Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03188
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03188
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Parade Highlights,. Business Woman's", Week BRADFORD COUNTY T-LEGRAPll


Official County Publication Established III 18'9

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1. 4 WRIW! REA Approves SaturdayIs S -LEGION OFFICERS CONFER. HERE Judd Named

,. $$2,700,000For I Last Day 1 '.;m New ManagerOf

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0 Santa Fe Co. To Register Here Ii' M V_." \_ \ State Market

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I it-i.-t : lintdl Electrification .\llmll1'1St { el al Election wt lor .".1day. ; I

.J. ition of a new $2.7M".000 loan iiz Oct. 4. annOlillCt'l11t'nt! "t i ,
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f : sei, lion of the Santa Fe system gistered sr 'inua'1' 'umust I H.nei| ;- \1 ',ets \\

m, i n includes the Mclntosh. Citra registr'! .- .
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in the progress of Florida' is qualified without t "jithe. pal"
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2IMllI LIIWw > man and 40 tIt'\\ \otel r > !pSI. 1 Shown hen an xtati and local \merican legion! Officer... as tht,) to Jib'! ) ui., > : .
> 1lI'nt i t of this company. in their r Tuesday
i orili-rri-I in "taiItLt'4 \\ rknul on the IA'J,". nn's 19.i! : MemUrshipumpaign. hIS 41s, It h
; "-nipt to provide modern tele- The ol'iue i i ; '
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Vatcd (Icti to rightddison) : Driininiotid. Department ; Jll'lll -i i 'it'
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:" ':inservice. to a 1500 Registration \
\ L ( --b> Jr \\i! ( 'onmiandcr: .\. J. Tlumiao. Jr., I Department MemlH-rship Chairman;:1!, .Mr \\iis, ,. \\ 'i'-i, Ha\e-i ,
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: }fy'iam:: '! also stated that a comM courthouse unt.l .-> i< in. aluld.t.Absentt't'
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is ommnndrr. and T \. Aawn, Jr.. I'" ., \djiitant. gOo : _, i' tlnl.11" .
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'pp., ;jnogress presentlyn. ballots
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.. t. -Minis' of all Santa Fe stock ''i be : h 1\ hi1.:: 1 li-'e-i I i J' of the !j.
: ay voted up until 5 p in :M"' Telegraph To Be Honored As Oldest ;,!h St.ite :\1 lnII' i ,. -'. ee tI',' .
n 't"! md subscribers within thr i daNov ::!t. Absentee t all-- -' -
') 4 ) ", ,. weeks I may: be obtained at the \ \\b ,i I. it '' ". niiil. ,.,
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State I Ay:: : i i- 1:1:I: '1j! i amiio '"
4 : ot the Circuit Court Florida Weekly Without Name ChangeThe J :; I

CondemnationSuits A special primary election ui1' : In infoi, >',,:..: i I I'eleyr,ii;,'i

I ')C held on Oct. 14 for the PUI pos,I his appoiritm nt I 111.d I,I Riii.J (II t h; i i-
i ',.selecting Btadioiii l ( '011111' Tele ;i i.iir Starke publisher Mated hit '
a Democratic I Mi-
tp. rromHV i fully recognized! I the I ht: n\'v t iesibrlities -;".
t for the has been tleTeimined to btt hI' oh-! Lair was taking this means ,
Supreme Court or 1 of ,
ti | the : '
pos.-on; :M!> : n Ended succeed Judge Roy H. Chapman evo'k'x,' : I n.w"I'1.1 i .h'.,",. ida. "giving additional credit due thr he would hiiinMv/ ,I'lnn'nlt"; '

: deceased.l lb Two candidates 1iihl' ih-,1 '''ontmiio I v. v1'1-.I I a weekly newspapers for the part J
are i
: ( Cooperation :an-1! '
: 11'prt: IIgrowers. '
|b s eeking the place: E. Harris Drew th.uife: I masthr.iil: ; they have played in the past anc1 L | i <
I. 'mis A ,.i.sntten to. numberiiblesumc 1 .
a This ilistini t Ion the a# well ;as the biiq-i i "
i 'If West Palm Beach, who was ap- enjoyed by are now playing in the building ot i
I I'' ng-,1-of-way prob- '>ointed by Governor Warren tc Telegraph has lesulted in editora string press The invitation 'the operation ot Ih.I: market! '

Is a : I lein 'iei., :Monday when pending fill the unexpired term of Judge owner E. L. MattheWs being invited included the editors wives, so Mrs stated that he umilil< ,!<) ever \ thi
'S ,1'iennation suits were tried in
Chapman, and to participate in a three-day Country Matthews accompanied her husband
Circuit Within his
Judge Vincent 'ju-uei/ I to nakemaiUet ,;, -
f'ir 'Hi;: (Court with John A
: C. Giblin of Miami. Editors Conference being held on the trip.at .
1 II I here a sm! ,"
Murphiee presiding.
[I Renfroe Valley. Ky. this weekGovt'rnor Lawrence Weatherl1
\ r hits totaling $777. including i iH' end as a highlight of Nation.i' of HH first duts \\ Ii H! be i'i,'
Area Kentucky will officially wehoh.i
Office Moves !
I nc\s' fees were rendered by' Newspaper Week. the group at the opening e\em!! iliii t "i the alJI\l11i I pi an m.1hp !

L _: I '"HIIurphrt't': in clearing up The State Comptroller's Of.fice Editors from the oldest pap r- Friday evening an old fa.shione'I \\ : !II i will h'glll ]li.-r" lad i '
1'lg and basket month.
The important part that women play in the business life of the community was emphasized ""iind; on which the county had obtained :. in Gainesville has n.-ived from: attend t the conference which I: The tamed Rt'nfmt''all..'\supper' folk Judd -
I : orders of takingin order tcptoceed : 1 112 N E 2nd St. to the u :is n 1111"1 i I fill t II.' 4
CommerceBiirldrng. ht'ingspon901"11
by John Lair
in an impressive parade here MoruUy noon heralding the start of National Business i- will provide I traditional: niountair; !
/ with road building projects I. toiner of Kentucky philosopher and restorei cancy occasion'! it i t hthe. !i' ,> ,
Woman's formed West Call Sand South Main enteitainn'ent,
Week. Paced by the crack BIH. Hand, the parade on t. Other plans toi I
without undue delay. j ji I md RY.. 2nd riace of the historu Renfroe Vallev as a the weekend, lure last 1 AllglI.' .: i : K. .I,'hi H
moved Walnut Suite 4. :: hide
east, circling the post office blo-k: and proceeding north along St. The M i .i ii out-looi,
The i The lorgest amount $325 phi F annonm' "living storehouse of piotieei, barbecue, hnis' show who !residue! !Mie M .
most outstanding float was e't'eiit was made by H. G; ritle I I shout. i.agen.irTev.i : ;
i SS2/0 for allorney's fees I Ameiuana".
that entered by the Starke Carder little girl: forecasting prominent float: Ed Simpson of the Gem I j, si-anted to Mr. and Mrs.' E.war J Florida area office> SUrt"1"! '" The Invitationxt'ii'tct to tin) fishing from specially sto<'kert'Continued a. ,.pt a p.. .t. all .\1" ,
Club an organization that is stil! on page ten i
part that women may be ex- .Jewelry who loaned four beautifu'Paiakeets I Dowlingfor ditch easement along -

in its infancy here. This float p'ch.tto| take in the civic life of ; the B. T. Thom ar i' the u__
new Pratt St. ditch
represented a miniature outdoor the future. Lumber Co. for lumber
donating I'
constructed in connection witi'
garden coveted with climbing rec" Tornadoes Face
Other entiies' in the parade in and lending the truck; Torode' the Temple Ave. widening project Palatka Tonight
roses. Magnolia boughs flanked
Chevrolet Co. for I
eluded the Girl Scouts. Red CrossCivilian decorating space- Requirement of the
both sides of the trellis and directly -1 Bradford County foi i new ditcl-;I
Defense the Lioness Club took a strip of the Dowlings'
in front stood a bird cage | Junior Woman's Club Beta Sigir cat'dboart1frs.; J. .\. Dixon Idesigning or "i prop ;,I After
erty about 33 feet wide. Two
containing four beautiful Para Impressive Vnr
'Phi, Big Dad Gills, and Legior the float; Mrs. Donir i In connection with this same
keets. Rustic Garden furniturewas Epps for time and effort Mr 1[
Auxiliary.Mrs. drainage ditch. Mr. and Mrs. Il.I '"'WI'
placed on the improvised'town'while ''
Dixon and Mrs. Raymond for
II. B. Pejton was chairmir assisting I Chism were awarded $15 for r BoStele.l: ; h\ ail l '.-d ,\ i I. :
at the tar emt of the
in the
construction ofthe
: in charge of c'oratingthe win : small bit of property :involved plur' Lecjsburg and a 13.7'H'to: > <
garden were beautiful bouquets o framework DeWitt C. Jones .
S flowei ning Garden Club float. She ; for I $51.50 for attorney's fees. Dorothy !! eabreeze, the Bradford To' !!. ,
fa.Il the : ;
grass! carpets; Mrs. Albert
Seated In the garden were the was ably assisted by :Mrs. J. A I B Dowling received $60 for tangle tonight with a hea\' \ ;/ !

Dixon :\Irs. M.o'. Hazen. Mrs. Hartmann for evergreens: and al' j ert\ :and $56 for attorney's Pl'OP'1 :>utnam High Maroon tem.:/ :
'Misses Clair Jean Mundy, Elojse!
members of the Garden Club whr ,
Maxie Carter Mt'!;. Cora Quattle- Florence E Brown ( Mrs II. 0,1 Palatka. : I I
Thomas, Nancy puPre. and little: contributed flower and I ,
shrubbery j
Jorinie baum. Mrs E. H. Prescott. Mrs was awarded $95 for a narrow The Maroon line will h/'a r I ] 1
Dixon, flower girl, all of The BPW wishes to thank D. S I ;
whom were dressed in pastel :Marian Howe. :Mrs. Jessie Young Siceloff Jr.. president of the I strip of nght-of-way aK ng the outweigh the Tornadoes and : : ; :

:Mrs.( Paul Raymond, :Mrs. Donie Big j old Bradford Plastics buildingsitE' sport a fast backfield. I
formals. beautiful
creating a pic- Dad
Manufacturing Co. for I itr
Epps. :Mrs. S. E. Sparks and Mrs on U S. :301 *
tine of the Bradford is
organization theyrepresented. part in the parade. Each of the losing the !' I
Calvin Parham. In (connection with right of way it Tom r J
McClane. -
quartet back.
The impressive BPW float featured The Garden Club wishes to express girls representing Big Dad received | on Road 235 i Brooker-New River I II is moving from Star;.', and 1'1.1'A} _

a color scheme of green and ,;sincere appreciation to the a free pair of Jolly Jillj I, E A. Sapp was awarded $20 and McGee. Tornado !end may be : : .

white. Several; members of the following citizens and busines' Jeans and a free StarVe Brand I i; N'athameland Katie Colbert $2(' if the lineup tonight due : !
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organization rode on it, together firms whose courtesy and assistance flannel shirt. They wore these .:1 for property involved. Attorneys back ailment. Randall :\ I 4

with Staike' "Future Mayor", e made possible the lovely garments in the parade i: fees in these cases totaled $52 letterman quarterback,

ii i Orders of taking were issued b>' out in full!! pads for the first : : _v 'el"I
the court for certain parcel-* along .
i this
week and may pee H.. I i
Leading Cattlemen State Officials CommissionersClose I the Starke end of the Brownleeroiul. igain Palatka.A I : ; ) :

: so that work may go forward victory i. important t to u i i

Out Years on this property A value ot tpam since the East Florida. ( )

II I $:3I) was set on the property ot ference has been
Will Attend Barbecue Event Here Dorothy Hall needed for right of divuled : I "

'Routine in.liters, In connection !north and south divisions, ,,
wn: ': $100( for right of way anc"t I .
with winners of each division will I I 1 '. //1. -
closing out the i
;. fiscidl year ....';.A., f.....,.. .Hitfh.... .-.,_,"Bmpnt_U'r on nrnnertv i 'l iq" ; I'I
Radebaugh. piesulent occupied Hie time of the tJoard of I post season game 101tn& ton -
to Dell ant' I < ")! ., ., I f'l m fO\'att
belonging Leroy ; f 11! .to :" : .11' i': carried around
of ference .1' \ a end for
the Fire championship.
State Cattlemen's Associa Prevention County Commisttoners in a meetin failed .
7 olf
get 4th
$10 for right of way from Albert endedK.i'1. ami Shaw went' through a d"

Won and D. R. (Billy), MatthewsrtpreentatIveelect ? held here Tuesd.n,' morning.Seveisl i Albrecht. The county must post this Palatka season has, whit a! 1-1 tIllS record so far ::. : ,Mx.i-; ,,01.\ ," I I''! I .. 'f' ,i !tir-t down Shaw was throW for J and BUS took over on Se r J

fiom Florida' Week Oct. 511Ever' citizen-taxpayers met double these amounts in order :'ts second not'hedII{ s'i '". al Jill; ".1 l.I"Xdlji.; ..!." i v i ii.r ;'" 'I"r' r I yd loss Prevatt's 8 yd 23. Prevail went 1 yd.. 'h-" ,
with the board at this victory against Sea
flpw Eighth time tc work forwai-d pending ije'ens! K-un was ped after 1 I nullified by",., ,.
Congressional District liscus that may go breeze in Daytona K'.h.i, Lenliol', }: H'I-!" nullified by Hipping
> the matter of Thursday night
will be featured speakers whei4 day nearly a thousand to County Agricultural a successoi the final settlement. >f last week. Bob S1onsh,,' t. .i 1 ihehii' t'l'' i ki I ""'n.iltv.. putting BHS back 01 owr penalty Douglu matJICorman's >> -.

American homes are struck Agent T the Lester Johns road '4 U' Seabiee .;!I. Hall made pan to Tefton \ ,
Bradford by Along In the ?' \ 1 Ith l I.on> Lu ev a; no gain Norman''f
County Cattlemen gather K. McClane Jr. who recently re Daytona game Edwir ,for 17 down .
Miss Ida J. Merrill's property offensive star pass to T"f ton was brofcrn I on Seabr -vz- -'
for their annual barbecue outing fire.This signed to accept a position with Prevatt spanked the TornadO! I ll'-niur: up by line; 1st down. '
sobering: fact was pointec1out 'needed for ditch easement war Thonia- goal > go
[punted from .
the Florida Farm Bureau. Fur. A-ith hard charging drives and! rta\. l'l'la. \ owr I I vatt
on Thursday Od. 9. \esteiday by Fire Chief D. \V valuation of $100 and ar :;.'> "lit'! nt' boiiiuls stopped 1 f gnr,
given on
S'-.thji'e/c Seabf-ezf
ther action was postponed unt j' scored both touchdowns for BHS:: won' t tht t. "- 01 i ,,.', : 13I'as.s : II' -da' ,
The big event will be held at Carpenter as a preface to Nationa' order of taking issued! tledeil) tii : f'u i i | "I"'I! !" to Lures/ ; 5-1!
Their "* ( orn/
first 'ft'I\ Hiaii'o
the next regular meeting or score came in the sec 0. : .1 j 'If-l I l''i
the Tyler Jones baibecue Fire Pi event ion Week. Oct. 5-11. plete! toi w 1'I/ t 11:1, .
pits 01 The proceeding 11l'T't'I"ntla: t t-iidtng the north 27; v'I l.s town 10 Life, ; '
October ond "ai
6. j pmod Taking a first dowr j-; I.n ksurkicked i'| ,. > ,
Road IS between Graham The of this national '- iit} around 01 ton I: !' I'r; .
aiu. purpose
The Ladies Council of the Firm cleared up nil perilling : iLht:; of) \\ n their own 27 yard line Prevatt ; off from 40 to jn \ ,1.| !m- einl to BHS 42 len: i -ui "
Brooker beginning at 1 observance i is to direct attentior iei, I h as A :1,1.! BH} ,
) gained :3. :
p.m. Tm Lur-ey 2 Pass
Christian Church of Starke wa :uid it is ,.\vt toil! thai tVucontractor Ii j ind Shaw alternated carrying the net returning t o the :.?i I.-i'c- fioi-! ., SIt': i eze 7
to the tremendous loss hi life and P. ',,
J. .
: M. Kd\vaids: Jr. I Da\i .
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president oi I given permission to sell food and )all to the Seabreeze 49. Gene went .stra.ght up the 'J.I d II|lit I- !. ., "- iplete
the Bradford cattlemen's rropelty that results each year : will prort'etl'itl' I yds.. ",,1. /plett'd/ pH.ss ( ,,' I :. -' KSOU ki' kiI i .
group drinks on the courthouse ground N'orman then faded back and and Riley} : a..unl: t\\ i ;", :2 iPr| ( > : |
, stated that an. invitation had been fit m fire and to emphasize measures 11'\1 .1-SHrfd' ing I the: Letter: John? RIley L"1ulhfit'd"! hOMM 1 -!1.. th( I 17 returned' ,
wert IM!
25 ;;"nalty
on General Election Dav Nov. -to .vhipped a yard pass to Vernon agani: t"l I I and
extended to Commissioner Nathan \\hel t'by these loaves can be Cecil L. Sewell was appointee: i loalIII I! this! ,p.i II' th. Biov.ne! I Teston. left end. on the Seabreeze first down Lucov "l"'llltt'd _II i (.ur'4J: Beniiet? punted .i 1"j,I i fronBHS yd gain nullified by 5 yd'I) ,

Mayo, city and county officials educed County Director of Civilian Defense l Hold. at an ,I r'1' it-: I 21. In two plays. Ed Prevatt en
and the piesidents of other cattle 'Van-less smoking habits cal1 t'ont'thi..1 'I to succeed H. P. Morgan. r'- cored the touchdown run covering A fumble bv, Riley was rc "\' yds around end I'-v.'I! r ".tde II I to BUS 21 as 3rd quarter ei '.1

n.-'n.s groups. Sen. Edwm Fraser of all leported files last signed. Matthews 16 yards. Ronald Palray froirkick er-ed b> Crawford on own 39 I S.a6.; Prevatt j s.h i .'- 1 Norman I Lucey w"nt to 14 yd. line I

of Macclenny and Sen. ye. r." Chief Carpenter stated.In Billy Jackson 's pass to TI't.1I'd' ) ner gained
ChirleyF After was jnpetr 1.
paying regular and routine formation. whipped a perfect stopped b.\ Lenholt Riley 8 to thi'line. ,

:. Johns of Staike will attend, view of this fact. he advocates bills. the board adjoin ned. I r pa's to Teston, over the goal for after gaining 6. Prevatt went 10 to Seabreeze 21 PY P'It ; gained I : Lucey lost 2. Bennet- :, .

Edwards said. i the following simple safety To SayIThanksl he extra point.BIadford's for a first down Shaw gained ? $I. then went 16 for t'' 'ichdownPatrav's to Davis incomplete Ball ." ,

The committee in chatge of arrangements rules. Bigham Receives lead was shortlived and Prevatt was stopped by Stone pass to T'-s"/. was gooi1 I to BHS on own 7 Thoma.1-i 1"11 .

for the barbecue if 1. Keep ash-trays hand in al1 D R t iBilh' :Matthews! repre Thill Sandcrabs came charging after gaining another 4. Jacksor for, extra point Score-: BHS 7 from 7 to own 4* Ball p.' j'

composed of: Tyler Jones, chairman paris of the house and usf! First Carload I sentative-elect from the new back on the kickoff and in !r went 2 yds. but failed for a first Seabreeze 0. Is yds. to 43, but Seabreeze ;,.

Z. \\'. Hamilton, J. II. VaIn them. Of Chicken Feed !i. Eighth Congressional District wli'I plays Grakam went over from the down Thomas punted (estu Sftabreeze Jarksnn kicked off to (aite' w i; Jiud U ydr. ff .1'\'IppinX) L ,

wright Geotge Kop lo\i>v>s. w.Noege H 2. When emptying: a-h-tray make a "thank you vjsu" tc two yard line for a touchdown. 33 over the goal* Bar) l-r >i. line. Lucey returned tl'l I, to own 41 Lucey gained l',> ".

). L. L Dial< and X. C make sure every cigarette butt if The first carload: of chickenfeed F Stark on Thursday.: Oct. 9. Bill) Benner's boot for extra point brought out to 20 yd. line; first 'J). Banner's pass to Lasher ]i called back for offside1':. .

Hayes. out especially before disposing ever shipped to Brooker war i The new representative state t tied the score .-i. with 27 second down for Seabreeze. fompMe for 5. Lucey' end run made 2. Lucey went arouu l .
with other refuse.
received from the Ralston Purina that he will be at the courthouse l left before half time. Lucey: failed to gain: offside? stopped by Jackson on BUS 36 for 2. Burner's pass wan' '
-- 3._, Alwavs, _, instwrtour_.__ __ livinecom I
: '' n before';: out' or" before n u : 1. Company Macon. Ga. plant last L here at 3:30: p.m. for the purpose I Bradford's! second score came or penalty declined by BUS. Pas? Lucey made 5 and on next play plete. Seabreeze awarded ball:! >'a

PTA Carnival going week. ':t of talking with anyone who wishe a break in the third quarter when I Completion from Benner to Lasher was stopped by Thomas on 2 yd Starke's 41 for pass interf ."

j'retiring and properly butts.dispose of 'I Bill Bigham. receiver of txi? to see him. ,I}I In 4th down a bad pass from center -, called back for offsides. A quick \line Graham went over for touchdown Lucey lostI A penalty rr .-1* '
burning cigarette
Date ChangedThe 4. Never smoke in bed. I I shipmem. states that he is presently -: Later that afternoon he will bi') kept Seabreeze from punting kick by Benner from own 15 tr and Benner kick was good ', by BUS Pass incomplete

5 Never toss a lighted match feeding 15.000 chickens a guest at the annual barbecue on r ind the Tornadoes took over on I 25 yd. line: first down BHS or Score 77.Lenholt. Fumble recovered by BH-

committee on arrangements 'r cigarette carelessly away. ton of Purina Broiler chows each'i : 'I the Bradford C'ountCatllemln'. I!I the Sandcrab 23. Prevatt an? Seabreeze 25. Pr-vatt's gain of f kicked off over goa' own 4% Pri -'I1.. 1 a

announced thU week ,i; day and from now on will!} b, Association. Wayne Douglas carried to the IS!? was nulified by 15'd.- penalty line brought out to 20. Norman P Jackson
part of the local observance I b l'r.-- 'i : Pre '
that the annual PTA Hollow- )f Fire Prevention Week a large] ; 1:', regularly receiving carload ship and Norman flipped another pass (illegal use of hands Prevatt pav incomplete; hi* next try intercepted ? <

en Carnhal ha been mom! advertisement appears in this issue ments. I I First Christian Church I to Teuton. On .the 2 yard line gained 8. and another 12 to reach by Lucey. but nullified gain Prevatt lost 5 yds ;r.... '

up a uevk-from Oct. 31 te of the Telegraph congratulat'ng Seabrt-eze put up a stubbon defense 20 yd. line. Fumble by Norman by Seabreeze defensive holding i j on BHS refused by 8e'it- /

Oct. 21.The %. the local department on it? Woodham Speaks I First Christian Church service* but on 4th down Prevatt t recovered for 2 yd. loss. Shaw Norman made 11 as half ended. Shaw made 2, and Thomas ]p'-< .

reason for this change ] are being held in the AmericarLegion bulled his way over the goal for went around end for 13 yds. am1 from
good record of keeping losses heir Lenholt kicked off to Prevatt I ] own 44 out of bounji' '
in dates I.. due to a conflict At Rotary Club Hall. Bible School at 10a the score. Patray's try for extra I first down. Prevatt gained 2 an at a minimum : on 10: returned to 30 Jacksor Lucey gained 3, Ril-: >
with Gator Growl at the I'nl- ,m. Clasps: for all ages. Morn I point was wide. Shaw -almost to goal but play Benner's pass incomplete LL> .

lerslty of .Florida it was explained. "Selling Americanism was the ir.gVorship: at 11 a.m. Lord'i F Trailing 13-7 in the last quarter nullified by !5 yd. penalty for backfield gained 12, Shaw 1, Jackson 2 made
i I'I { 15. Benner paawd to f...j.
s'o man) Starkites at. Sing ConventionThe topic used by Dr W G. Woodman Supper at 11:15: a.m. Peabreeze made a sustained drive in motion. ''I Shaw 6. Thomas puntftd froir for 6 yd.. Lucey gained 1 Bet

" tend the annual p 'i P rllir supervisor of Bradford County Morning message at 11:30: am I that carried to the Tornado 5 Prevatt's pass was incomplete Seabreeze 49 out of bounds on the ner's pass intercepted by Jacks

j Gainesville% that it was fearet'it Bradford-Union Singing Schools:: in an address before the Evening Services begin at 7:30 I IE'ar.gellstic Defensive halfback Glen Normarknifed and Norman's went over the goal 22; Seabreeze ball. Riley made 2 I f in own 45! Prevatt gamed i.

r would (ut down attendance Convention will meet Sundayafternoon Rotary Club Wednesday I message at 7:30 p.m. through to drop Don Lucey] line, incomplete. Ball went tr Lucey 1. Riley 2. Five yd. penalty: Douglas 2. Five yd. pena!' .

at the carnival. at 2 o'clock at Johns The speaker was introduced b\ Public! is invited to attend for a 2 yard los.T on third down Seabreeze on own 12. Rilev went for too much time in huddle BUS for too much time in t:t. : i

. _ I town Baptist church. Everyone C H. Quick who had charge of Prayer Meeting tM:s week a' and that'a! the play of the 8 yds in two tn<-s. Seabreeze placed ball back on Seabreeze 22! Whistle stopped game: befv BH3

I, invited to attend. the program for the day the home of Mrs Leona EJ113h! game fo: a 4Ui down. passas in kicked on 3rd d'-wn- from 20 f On bad pas from center Benne could! rum 3i pla>

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6 Mo. Application i ReW E Hall filled his regular iK.tlph( K. \ In. efeiidjin' '. ;1 __ : -_ : : j;>
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I T" Hora.-e: Ralph Kerxin: e I
MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION Baptist church Sunday: morning ,'id addre I 'nkn '. pp.r
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION --- residen! e a >" i> \
MEMBER I and evening with a large attendance You fnrDivorce are hereby n"' .t.! -i 1 tin .. r ANNUAL HARVEST SALE
Rev. Hall returned home
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Cllq"y t a'1 .ntI.! .f
Senator Nixon's Voting Record Gives A Clue \ Saturday after being in a Reviva1 minor child
meeting at Webster last week. has been filed asamst \ ''i in 'h.. .... ... -'oZ'-" _, "l'-szs "" ___ __ ,= __
above named Court and .ius.m.i: ,,. ,,,.
Is the Nixon affair a closed case? We housing program to a trickle, opposed aid Edwin McRae arrived home last you are required to sera cop "f r :;" """"" ''''''"' :" "III
for the middleincome -: week from Japan to spend a short your answer or ple.nLni:;: to t'n' :
can't believe it. If it is then the moral to housing cooperatives complaint on the I'lainti'i! "s "

structure of this country is at a lower ebb groups and voted against slum clearance leave with his parents Mr. am? Attorney Xach If J.I 1'..,.'.Rl.t-k"'I\\. .',,,.eLynch I
and aid to farm housing. Mrs J. W.lcRae.. We are glat'to ? e .4
than even the most pessimistic of us dreamed. ; Florida,
Not only the oil men and the real estate have Edwn home again as its and file the original In t',- off, pp. :
been since he the (Clerk of t>' Circuit Coin! ,
nearly a year way e
Most disillusioning of all is the fact that men, but the wealthy lawyers and big-time or before the "III

in giving Senator Nixon exoneration, Gen- merchants might also: have been eminently here. otherwise 20, daof the October allegation 19.2:!;..( > .1 j r.
The H. M. McRaea returned
eral Eisenhower has accepted the same satisfied; with Senator Nixon's record on Complaint will le taken as <'.,111.! -, 1.r "III

his running mate. taxes both in the House and in the Senate.In home Saturday after spending ? ed by you. ..
questionable position as This notice shall b* pul.li.h.jonce !
week Jacksonville with Mr and! .
in ,
In fact Eisenhower's position in the mat- the GOP-controlled 80th Congress Nixon each week for four cont>e< im' tats i
f Mrs A. F. Hall and :Mr and :Mrs weeks in th'e Bedford County 1'.t. raoor ..
voted three timetu; override President .
untenable.On .
ter is completely O W :McRae.: Owen graph. I
only F .. of ;
Truman'setoes of "rich-man" tax bills Pated 'ti IT day Sri'" .
the hand the General acknowledged -
one short leave and returned to California j92..I"'lo'IL'LL;; -
t' (even after Nixon's so-called "ex- which gave big tax relief to the big-income Wednesday of last week \. SEAL) A. J Th,. n pp.. 'I '__ -
l'l..rk of the (r-cu' 4
planation") that the Senator's acceptance people and only token relief to the small-in accompanied by Mis McRae al\(' Jy: I.r, fi! I. t ', ..bL i !P'I"I1\ : Quantity' Rights Reserved PruiUxxi- ; Thru Sal c""! I i
t 9 !It:' 1- '
and use of the 18,000 gift fund was an er- come bracket.On their sons. Harley and Gar\

ror. taxes also, he voted in 1951 to save Mrs. Robert Myrick and daughter onci: 10 tiMM\ii: Prices ..

On the other hand Eisenhower said that corporations some 500.000.01)0: ) ) by delayinga Kathy. Mrs:: Sue Mxrick am1the In I'loritln Circuit: In('<.urt.'hnurerr.Luir.t llri..lf.>r.l ( aunts.. E 152 Gall Slreo! :

t" Nixon's television appearance had completely tax increase for three months. He voted H M MiRae's were visiting T K- II. 1PI! II lit Iff. NW

vindicated him. Vindication according to against raising the capital-gains tax by three Mr and :Mrs: J. L. Stephens a' ,. I Siarke Florida

the dictionary means "the act of proving per cent while favoring two post-Korea increases Orange Park Mondav:: E II 3

something right or true against blame or : in ordinary income taxes. Mrs. Sue Mvnck of I..'kc (Itnova CASH PAID ..
saddle the District ..., ... .. ._ ..., ,.,.-
he voted "
accusation." Therefore an acknowledged Again on taxes to was a weekend guest of :Mrs .eiIL--- """""' """ = --=' -- .J..t e' 5
be forgiven or excused--but- of Columbia with a sales tax in line H ::\McRae.. MondaSJIUM<. of FOR (,OOI) C I.KN; .4
tt. dicated may never. with the desire of many Republicans for a the :McRaes: were Mrnul: 1 Mis E Ei Chase & Sanborn Vacuum Packed J312q

Eisenhower may have forgiven Senator federal sales tax all over the country.In Johnny Smith of Bianfopl" I Used CarsJ. Lb Can

Nixon although the latter has never even the fields of Social legislation he votedto Arley McRae of I ram. -\"illt EI c 0 F FEE 83

admitted that he erred but the mere fact exclude a million workers from minimum- University spent SaI u'dit! 1:1-l1t: :: R. Wainwright 4
that several million TV-fans fell under the wage protection, resisted expansion:" of the and Sunday with his !pai.-! thf i
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Social Security system and voted to J. W. McRaes. u V"
magnet J
spell of Nixon's handsome face : I Motors i
voice and persuasive delivery does not vindicate publicize the names of needy people receiving Those who visited Owen M I( Rn

him. welfare assistance.No and family in Jacksonville Tues I Temple .ties :-Iar; !.... Fla. 4

We cannot help but believe that when the : wonder then that the St. Louis Post- day night before th'-ir dep.utuit I I CRISCO TIDE E 4
for San Francisco Calif M -
American people recover from their emotional Dispatch asks : "Is it right: for a United were )
and Mrs Robert M\nck, :Mi and
binge (many women actually wept over States: Senator to work for two paymasters ?
Mrs. Barney EggerMrs Sue \I\ -
Even his staunchest defenders can hardly 4
-. the plight of the poor mortgage-ridden Senator tj'
rick. Rev. and Mrs 0 J. Raulei ''
will the Nixon drama strippedof deny that Senatorixon'o; voting record is Ill '( "III
) they see I
son. Mrs A. F. Hall :Mrs Gent Lb Can Box ;
of solicitude for the Large
first-rate example
its maudlin sentiment and be able to viewit a ,
Fetcher Mrs :McRae's: parents > 3 79C 2712Ci
well-being of the well-to-do the traditional -
in the cold light of essential right and I W
Mr and Mrs: [ N. A Conner oj l f
attitude of the Republican Party.
wrong. Lake Butler and her brothelLaurence
Some few might even go to the troubleof Yes the Nixon television appearance wasa of Lake Butler. pp. Ipp.

record of Senator show but Thomas L. Stokes 4
looking into the voting great as : says -- """' "'" .4
Nixon which certainly gives more than a "It i isn't over yet." Stokes points out that 'UTH'I u!' cu.nNotirr
is her.-liy gn'"n that un.I.'I11 i DONALD DUCK
hint as to why a group of California real- with this questionable expense account Senator ,'\(. .-nti.1 i issiifd Ajiril 2't.: l'i:';,:
estate men oil men lawyers big merchantsand Nixon paid for things which a good .out. of lilt> <.i..nit. Court of I 1-.1.! Oz c
""nh. Florida in favor of Florid( \ !t %
manufacturers found it desirable to con- many other members of Congress some no Iank1' SIirk a hnnkmi ....'l..r.- 1 ICE 46 I 11 I
Toni' and against! W. F:. Don lint! t :
tribute to his $18.000 fund. better off than he pay out of their own individually a'1d trading I" K.nTlinj 1 +

For instance, while the roll-call of contributors pocket such as radio time, travel and 25- Into Sal I have leid. upon :in, t
will! yell| at puhluout. r\ to th-
as given out in California, identi- 000 Christmas cards. Nixon maintainedthat hi"h..t and best bidder for .r.\-\)\ Vacuum Packed

'. fies some of the listed names only obscurely.at the funds were used to wage his con- at the South front door of ,h.
Cniintv Cinirlhnnve in Siarke. Plot i i
least 13 of the donors were either in the tinuing fight on Communism, but what con da on 'I"I..h..r 6th. 1'I52.: during' tb. Lb Can

oil industry! or close to it. nection the sending of 23,000 Christmas::;,, (legal. ",riln-d h"urs..t motor sale vehicle, the, to-uii f..II.IIU JASTOR COFFEE F 79C

It may be considered somewhat of a coincidence cards had to do with Communism he failedto I One 19a1t.'n! Ford l'i. Uni,
T "'"' Motor Xuinber FIlt-l.Nl 1 I It:
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chat last April Senator Nixon votedin explain. 1.:.:.t : r

favor of a bill which would have given When the opiate of that bizarre television I r D. ta:PI'I-\J.: A > Luncheon MeatSWIFT'S
Sheriff of I'.radfoid C..mtFlond.1. \ to
the states title to the rich oil areas that lie show wears off we predict the American 1 l Policy

beneath the off-shore waters of the United people: will once more realize the basic:" issue I, 'i;3 :3t H> PREM 17 Oz Can 43C

States. Before }passage, there was a vote on I involved in the Nixon affair. and that i ii ti i; In ('jrrHit"nfl., llrailford 11I11111,' fit
an amendment under which the proceed*i this whether a "subsidized senator" i h; Mary I'lnriil.i Jean Turner In (h.inrrr Plaintiff> _\10., i

v from off-shore oil would have been earmarked qualified or capable of leading a great mora I'I| Vinitiit Turnei I'f..nlt"l: :-j, Personal Needs .
rare N'o :'i'1:' E O'SAGE DessertPEACHES
for national defense and education crusade. '.
Order Of l'iililiriti \n.l Nnlirr 'I > .
Nixon voted the oil men's l Several millions of television .\|1'llt'lIr.| *11I1t> ((If rinri.hi '!1'..:
(gains l apparently } E. Johns
way owls Charley No. 21Can C
.... .. \.x Vllliellt Turner, Whose 1.I 1. : .
ie amendment. ., for the moment at least seem t()I "nl.'ni .. and address j.. ,.1.. 1t..J I Ik < [ E E S r
The Nixon gift list also: named at least:, t t think he is. Hut there are millions more) Tinner\.lpei\ill.North Illinois i'. ntial Cofcl.ii\ Agencyn 4

fight$ men in or close to the real estate; busi" who do not own television sets and who may, ton ,ti .' ,...|nin..1 I.. appear oi. Phone 13 STAKKE, FLA pp. 4
those ( ."tober ::'7. 19:,::! ill, ih. :aboveI.UM.. ( ". .i I r -._. .." ,o.. -v 4
r ess. A little research discloses that th weigh the issues more objectively than (! Court and 1.111.-; nli.r.in plaii'lilI u r. .

Senator has consistently opposed effect in, who were moved to tears by the Nixon I I seek dnone. llradfoid C.utitTelegraph \ .. I U. S.iGOOD11Eat-Rite BeefSTEAK

rent fontro'' vot d to mliire the low-ren)t melodrama. i.. m'vt( foal shall weekly publish l.ssll; Ihi s 11,1. I ...... ,.'......- Lb 3
\\itnes-itiw Ii 'nil and .rrid.1I! .1 pp.j
_ at Starke, Florida, this, !S..pt..'nil.. 1r Represent THE TRAVELERS Hartford SIRLOIN S 69'U' 4;
:2'! ., T'V.: :; .... 4
(dl-'l-'ICI. l ( \l. -I:, \ [I. \ .I| 'I'h"III| ,,
r Many Pro-Eisenhower Newspapers Do Not Think So I 4i 4

,etq I York Post: "Senator Nixor .\Ve think that: Senator Nixon I Nixon raised a new question 11: Z''U'U.. S. "Gcod" Eat-Rite Beef

r eb. his private soap opera beSt r'el.itiveh young and extremely the minds of voters: Is this mai! RADIO AND Gr. "A" Dressed & Drawn Round j

pg g. litionwide! television audi :J i ibitious. was the victim here of 1 qualified! to be placed in a posits STARKE SERVICE
totet'o I I TELEVISIONRepair I J : Fla. or Ga. Ship'dThole
night. The great question I i iU :mmature judgment on his part removed only one heartbeat fl..n'thp Lb
e Tier it is ethical, defensible and of extremely! bad judgment or I presidency of the I'nitf''! r STEAK 19C

S ,desirable for a member of thr't' t he part of those who raised the States' Courage is a fine ;,ltd admirable r r FRYERS F E s

I, S. Senate to accept an 'expense special fund." I, quality but it take* nmn, Service On All! Makes C -

undo from members of wealthy NEW YORK TIMES < pro Ei t'n-I than courage to be a good I'I.M 1 U. S. "Good" Eat-Rite Beef i

special interest groups that ; howert I : "We. think he is wrongs dent It requires wi.sdon.:. an.' TELEVISION and RADIOSFor Pound
have a direct stake in the legislative -I I Chuck
we have said before, we think ] judgement, and a sense of Ih,- tit S'C
business: of the Senate.'ixor I: of Those p
hat this practice is i indefensible ness things. qu.ilitu"veie
ad to tell all. He had Lb MC5
I Ipleded could lead vicious abuses, and i iF I \ lacking from th- Niv.i! ROAST

u full and detailed accounting i I!not to be condoned It is for this 1 I presentation of his case PHONE CUT-UP FRYERS LB. 57c 4
with I 4
of what he has done
,'ea.on that: we particularly regret. MONTGOMERY ( Ala: .\[> PROMPT I --- -- ...-u ._....._ s- -- -." -s4; -*i>- **-_
the raided for him. No such : 1
money '
ihe lack of recognition by PenatotN'ixon VKUTISEU supporting( : K-'n:

accounting was contained in hip I : that he had made any sort I lower i : "The Nixon spec< ;a \\ 1-: RELIABLE > 198 W I Miles Ches. Bay Standard Swift's Prem. Rolled Veal
speech"IJALTIMORF. j
I ((r)f mistake in accepting these !, oap opera mawkish and) mi\; ;

SUN (supporting I funds in the first place" { We were repelled bit X::>tO'I'i .-- I Pt Lb \\c\I IIE \

Eisenhower) : "(Nixon) did not deal THE WASHINGTON POST i hill explanation confirms "in ':-st SERVICE i I STERS 39C ROAST J
in with the-- underlying
any way I
problem: of propriety Whether. it .Senator Nixon has added a burderto indiscretion. He had no Vvisi--! : "- :_:!s K.: <'.\1:1.! ST. STAKKE. n.V '[,'-..- __.- -C""E: "" ___ -.4-- ,_ 1
is wise to have: as a vice-president "
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taking that
I 1 the Eisenhower; candidac> by hir.It''isilln money
ial) candidate a man who was insemsitive .. not to withdraw. He ARKANSAS GAZETTE. t1. U. S. No. 1 White 4

enough to sanction such .could lessen (the burden I lust he have sympathy for Richard Ni\)rand 3

arrangements." bv I re-examining:> the inherent evi1 for his devotedite Butthere's H OTATOES S 10 Lbs \tf-

ST LOUIS BOST.DI P.\TC'II. in such private funds and ban. no getting around i it N\ ,

"He (Nixon) might be forgiven a flouncing that he will no longer senator should receive lontiibui I 3

certain laxness: of political moral avail himself of them" i tines of mon(' '. even though he
Red Delicious 3 3ICJ
ity it he didn't know any better CHICAGO SUN-TIMES (sun.norting feekngorouslv to use such mon .f

but \\henhe tries to hoodwink the Eisenhower) : .. not all ey for public instead, of private America Can ''r.

people into believing that his lapse'wag the, evidence is In. Why did he purposes. An inevitable obligation r- p. Sweet Red TokayRAPES APPLES 2Lbsj 39I'

merely) an incident in a great ; Nixon* not tell Ike about the is created." i Hold the bead

moral crusade the hypocrisy if 'und before h* was chosen as running 4

tllO mudl" '! mate" This still disturbs tlgreatly s PllILADELPMI.Bt'LLETI I

RICHMOND LKADKR (support 'linn ns it must Eisenhower (suppnting Eisenhower i : "The E S e

F.llhowel'l\ I : .- we say a- BIRMINGHAM NEWS implication tin Nixon s speeehlre I'I'G t
and because was that they ( the taxpayers) We hove inherited: a greet country. Pr.- APPLES Lbs i
1=111that it was wrong nortme Eisenhower>:: the I |
would 5 49C
so-rehow have
it was wrong because it could be gravely! wrong intention'I(i been obli vate enters rse has built ;t. V/o can retain
bated to meet the bills of which 4
less than perfectly right and effect under such
was practicesIn .- the senator friend relieved! themJust economic world leadership! and an ever : Lbs rC 4
down __
Scnatoi: Nixon should step failing to recognize and acknowledge ;. --- -- -
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Since/ obvioiuH' he is tii stay. wee that Senator Nixon continues :i clear "how or whwa- not mad higher standard of living. if we quit: t.nkerinwith E Firm Ripe Calif. 4

'vonce more our disappointment to show in 4
\ : our opinion i I that
in the matter. ." lack of the and th system.; E
mdgement e 'OTU'I: 1'01'I'F.to ii 2Lbs'3GC5Land

THE CJlAHLOTTl1'1'S.' sense of discrimination and pro. In Clrriift In"C_>rl....w Hi,.-.JfitrJIMnH4i Catat7. Only through continuation cf a' Free E 3 i" 7 TOM"Tors' 4

The News has said that Nixor pnety consistent with his satisfactory William, n Hnl'. t'laint; !. ,. E r 4 4
showed I incredibly bad judgment continuance as Republics r Kathtrme: It Hip Dt>!.'nlant. Competitive Private Enterprise System: can i .. .. 4
C&tNo 4'6"atire ; "" a'rrrys1 oOd --"- .J---'I 1 4
member """' ="JI. 1'5''
We still think so No vice-presidential candid'le"I1A)1I '\: T.. lenenr' we insv.3 the most and greatest opportunities 4
o' Oi'gress should accept gifts or ) DAILY NEWS: "Sen. To>' Kath.'rll1f, T: H.ipc (those O' Sunshine Pure Creamery ;
r.Id..n,'. and a I !dren and for
ouic our
favors: from his\: constituents ofF ator Nixon, the Republican's prodigal I. T..1Il'..,...... rr
\ 'n!' else that might in any way ) son. returned last night an,d Y"'j err hem\ nnef: ,1 I tn ut a dren's children into: generations to come Lb 5
"ui: f"'rDiH'rct' BUT 7 9C
civvonnse his integrity or weaken said everything else but he wa 4

,fns been tiled r 4
independence sorry Eisenhower jmphe II ,''tI1.t s '1 "I 11. .. 4
al.onani.d ''un1',1 '
'a'I'' and
HAITFORD TIMES that Senator Nixon whether h..f vnti. are required| to ">rxi- a > "i 1'\ .' 4 4
s=unr'sting Eisenhower i : "Most recognizes it or not. has made A v .ur answer or ! LIBBY
eoirpl.i'nt r>n the pi tin'-f"<- or DUNCAN HINES Frozen
all he could have tol<* wi 4
-sential of mistake' and Eisenhower I-I Attorney Stephen P. sar: .1r_. Arcri Great Can We Keep Her That Wcyl 4
the American people, plainly antmfll" be well advised if he persuade,.r. 1110 Graham Build.:ns Jlth%<.ii-! 4
why he thinks acceptance Senator Nixon to admit it. Lacing [iard file lie, Florida the orlR'ni' in the nffi|,-. i 0 RANGE E J U ICE 1 99C 4 4

of private funds on the side by s that. Nixon will continue t C i-n of or the hffnre Clerk th of- the ('Jr"lIl: Court 4 4

public official is \\holesorac appear morally insensitive an,d.I iO day of October 1955; Use Vc.". r:::1.-: c.::._...!:1p.O:1" of f Yen. L:'..IC.:d'-.._.::>. 4

thing in the affairs of this republ thereby seriously handicap'v j> otherwise the aUegitionx ,f said! 4

\, Aye have been in hopes that either in lashing administrate l I iT |rvtnplaint ff"""d hv mu will be takrn a- i..n- tiAMSI' rE E RUSO Sliced Sweetened Frozen 4

set the mat This notice thill 'b!e publUhei
Senator< : Nixon might corruption \Vashirterton or ser' FLORIDA BANK at STARKElifimoer
once each week fur four ,
<,0"in ; \ r'Wjl I
ter in a better light. This he failed iug as VicePresident"THE :* the Bradford C.mntx TrlS l-, p aneoo Consr

to do. In fact he did not ever ATLANTA JOUPJCAI..-: -P-'h.t...d this 1$ day of i"I'i ..: [tTRAWBERRIES 99

try." : Entirely aside from the pr \'ait'xpt'l15e tr:> 1a2uIFFICIAL! SEAL 'M / Jloriila/ q I/f/alional group .

NORFOLK( .) LEDGERDISI'ATCIf fund which was the o co. : ; \.T' ,, PC'wrk -. .p.. .
of 'h* ( :rr : t .
Eisenhower) casion of the Pv Va-.aL ."r 1 ,. ". hENDEA i --- -'- _. --, -- --
broadcast. \
fsupporting Senat! r : .'v I: L---: -: -:- : : '- -- : -- :::: .:.; -:; :;::


.nary.."' .Tiriir........

.. ..,I I R. F. Dyal's.Mrs ,Savannah with her daughter.Mr. I the time for many lovely birthda
1 1I Hazel Perry entertainec I I and Mrs. H. D. May Mr. and! parties in our neighborhood. Joyce .. -- - --
r7fHAMPTON Wednesday afternoon of last week Mrs J. J. Wynn Mr and Mrs Crosby, Ronald Crosby Mrs I''\ .- .--- -. .--. --.---'' .- -- -. .'
in honor of her daughter Carol 'n'f Lynn Hall, Mr and Mrs. Claude Lucian Conner and brother. Vei
I birthday. Games were pla'eam',\ May were among those attendingthe I non and Julia Jones wen al'
refreshments served to about 20 I Christian Church supper ir I feted with parties. They were OFFER SEE OUR -
guests. j Starke Friday night. lovely affairs. You The
Carolyn received many nicf Aaron Griffiths of Raiford Part Ad In The
:Mr. and Mrs. G. P Wadsworth j spentthe ) For Young PolksMr.
entertained at dinner Saturday gifts. i weekend with his sister, Mrs and MrR. R. Crosb% ally'Mr. Prices JacksonvillePapers

evening in honor of their son' Wal I Mrs. MB.. Lay field is on the I Carl Brown and Mrs Lucian Conner deft'! In This Or For
don's birthday. Present were: Mr sick list. I| Mrs. W. N. Brown of Green Cove I hosts Friday night at a lover '

and :Mrs. Gordon Wadsworth and Mr and Mrs. C. C. Cannor Springs, former Hampton resident party for the young folks of p.n- Any Other Many More

daughter Mary Catherine of' have returned from a month's vacation I spent Wednesday with firs :, Level church and Ba\less Hig'l I County Food Values
Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Sair from Tennessee KentuckyMissouri. 'J. W. Horne way. About 56 er joyed roasting
Anderson of Starke. Kansas and Texas. or I weiners and marshmallows arouur1 '
I|I : Miss Martha Home spent theweekend 113 E. CALL
W. N. an outdoor fire. They also sui STREET
received word? this trip they acquaintedi : in Tampa.
that his that prised Mrs Conner and Vertior''' -- - _..
step mother Mrs. J. W four grandchildren: they - -- - -
!i Frank Brown a student at thfj -------
I i!
Jackson Crosby with a shower of birthday
of Grove Park died Sat never had seen. ,
University of Florida spent Sunday
urday night in MiamI. I|I Mrs W F. May and boys Billy with his mother Mrs. T, F I gifts. Introducing O"Aw Low Prices!
Mrs Lotta Wadsworth daughter i i! and Spencer, of Gainesville spent I Brown, and was accompanied t< Mr. and Mis. J, L. John.. oi
and husband. Mr. ij:j I with hr mother Mrs Gainesville : New River went with us to Jacksonville .
and Mrs Sunday Sunday evening by .. ..,
to 3irGov't. ,J- .. ;I .. ,.. (... .
Jimmie Sunday Sherman .
: )
: see .
Taylor and
four childrer. 'I Minnie Johns. Mr. and Mrs Emory Brown ant' .:: : 0-- W u fa.' .. r
were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Rev C \\'. Bur ton spent SunI Miss Josephine Thomas. ,. He is still in the hospital but [ c: RlJt '" ,.j" '

Wadsworth's brother-in-law G. P I I I day and Monday of last week ir Miss Jessie Mae Brannen of seems to be doing fine. He has 1, 4' Aq r I I '
W" .' t : ..I
Wadsworth and family. i': Long Bridge, and Thursday oar- Bartow is spending a two week? undergone the third operation or \ ; 1ft:1: I t- '_- ./t )
Miss Dorothy Ross, Home Demonstration j I I i in Crescent City to attend th vacation with her parents Mr I his foot, the last one was very .. '/\ >,1ii", ,,
agent of Starke anr" :: funeral of Francis Kinard whc and Mrs J. J. Brannen. I, successful. Sherman said tH al'i a c.. ,
d .. .
Mrs I'I I his ... ife
friend he likes
to read
Minnie Johns, letters I '" '
were in Inter. died unexpectedly at the Palatkr: Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wiggins ant! -- JU
lachen Wednesday of last week tr I I I! Hospital Tuesday night Mr family of Starke, Mr. and Mrs I and cards for the days are really j II -< : "'l'! ::

help instruct the Club there tc I I i I Kinard resided in Hampton severa' Leo Wiggins of Jacksonville) Mr !'I long. It will probably he another 'or,. t) ;FA-r. ,f !f1. !
I "
do Huck Towel embroidery.I I l I months he was in the Insuranc and Mrs Cowan of Gainesville i 1 I month before he can come home J J1 / 11>
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Mr. and Mrs. John business and t-hoit time f'Staike. Surely glad to see so many HI j
Knight anA a ago mar Mr and Mrs Alvin Dobbs <> -... ..
son and Mrs. Church Sunday and \ t1Li I" 0( -: .
Joseph Forsyth called ried, his wife H'ingat High Mr, Xettles of Oranges :< morning t'ning '" t,
on Mr. and Mrs. Clemmons at Springs, a short time after hi Heights. Mr and Mrs J-:. V. Hal1 t! Also glad to see Dolph MIMTridie <
Heilbronn Sunday night. marriage his mother-in-law wa and Wilbur Hall of Tampa acre Crosby from Lake City I
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Souther- taken ill. so he and his wife wet: I among those who attended serv. around. Haven't seen them ir ;,
land of Lake Butler spent Sunday living there when he was taker i i, ices at the Baptist Church Sunday ages. I IMac
with his sister Mrs. J. Forsyth and I I r sick and rushed to the hospita' Wood of Albany. Ga 1'1'nt

family. 1 dying about five minutes after Mr and Mrs Albeit Birt and his vacation with his brotherinlaw I
Mr and Mrs P. W. Kelly of Miami I I being admitted. family of New Jersey and Mrs and sister. Mr. and Mis H :
are visiting their parents the Mr and, Mrs Donald Kcyes are? Love of Tampa are visiting Mr B. Kelly. v ... 9 t SH
Adkins of Hampton and the Kellys' I rt'jokingO't'r the birth of 1'' and Mrs Ira Lester. Aunt Omage Rosier of Haifou' I -

of New River ', daughter Donna Jean, born Tuesday I Mrs Verna Young and son Irv spent several days with the C r ....
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hallech I[ Sept. 2S. at the Alachua Hosj in Jacksonville severa' last week. ? : -- .. \So \'
i ,, ing were Crosbys 7 I
spent Sunday afternoon wjth the j i pita! Mis' (Ke\es was the former I days. last week. I I :Mr: and firs Fred Harp am1, .,..... .... .............. I 1I 1---..;:

Frankie Jean Singleton) I I Mr and Mrs Earl Van Alstmr Mr and Mrs W. R. Haislop were t -" ... .:
I oils Donahue Crawford i ij of Cocoa spent the weekend with I business visitors in Jacksonville t : t /. i
spending sometime m Tampa. their daughter, Mr. and Mrs Fred! Monday. 11.t.-: ,.<:" ., .J 1{ ;, I I
I Mrs Debbie Hall has return!! Whidden. I : I : tf
i Monday: was a noiiday for al' 1. J
from a five weeks \aration ir Mrs Fred Whidden: and Mrs I r .. ,.: I .
{ the school youngsters of Bradford f
Arian Jones were hostesses to e I I1 / f;; .:
I| County but not for the teacht'r'I I Iii 'f'ftA'1
: Spaghetti dinner for the Bapt st'f I We all went over to Lave Oak tr ? #,
\ RETURN preachers Saturday afternoon. a teashers meeting. Everybodreturned \ 1. iiiiJ 7 :cat> f
9 I Mr and Mrs. lIerchel Parkedaughters r I Tuesday ready for woikuntil .v x. t.W t .mp :: l:..L aiii. ," s
Helen Jean and DOrisspt'nt -
Thanksgiving when we w il'
the weekend
in BirminghamAla
all have a day or two's rest
I attending the Fowler Family Graded BrisketSTEW
Lost.A 5 (kT E. HARRIS reunion quiltingl'art
VFQ : ? DREW Mrs. Floyd Crosby enjoyed: ar
I The Sunday School Members of old fashioned quilting bee at her
AN unexpected blow to the pocketbook 'h,' (Christian Church held a pic i '
home Monda> Mrs Elvan anr
that But suppose it's a nn rind weiner roast on BrooklyrLake 1 I Mrs Anna Mae McRar; Mrs E*
matter of not just o plain five spot- ra I \ Frula\ e'f'l1ngabout V fie Crosby Mrs. Iris Crosby. and BEEF LB.29C

but o five spot with several big cipherson A attendedIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs Bernice and Beulah Kelly
the end Any number of unexpected enjoyed the day with her. The
losses can run to such figures! Damage s I tacked four quilts. That's a good
from fire, windstorm or explosion I way to visit and worK at the same
-damage suits resulting from on II Q VI ESS HIWAY\ I time. Hear Mrs. Bernice K. llv

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K -
automobile accident. Then the practical I is g'lIingto have: one soon. Surelv "- "
question is: Who pays-you or k By Mr<;. (). K. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA would like to get in on one of Gov't Graded TenderROUND
I : these because my cover it.. 'hirtoo
o reliable insurance company?

Why not see today just what your I ('Imrrlievx I .

actual insurance protection omounts I Rr\ ,I R; Ladd! filled! his r.' '0. Consult this ogency We will be ,' LB.
f I' at BaylesrHi
glad to analyze your individual re ) ':'tmiSunday: morning am*

quirements and give you expert, up To The '.v.Minit; :ind was dinner guest ofMi ;
to-the-minute advice on how to obtain FloridaSUPREME S R Clark and family. ; PULPWOODTIMBER
modern coverage at a low cost. We ]font t forget Sunday Schoo'

ore always at your ,service. COURT eviSiinda> at 10 a.m. and I

Training Union at 7:30: p.m .... .. m_ _. ,h.-
SPECIAL PRIMARY E'f'ryollt'.t'lcome to attend. I
H. C. Wall Agency The W M. U. of Ba>less High I CONTACT "Rainbow Brand" Skinless Lean Fresh Ground

OCT. 14 1952 wav will meet with Mrs O. E
-Constant Service Over ('msb .' Thursday, Oct 7, at 7:30 C. R. Whitehead

60 Years- I Paid Political Adv Authorized by pm I Lm.tcy, Fla. 'IT LB.Cello tlflcfl C
Please Phone 116 1 Campaign Treasurer Birthday PartiesTMe :, .
month nt! Septenibt r"a.' j I
vy eiDerS oeer
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Gov't Graded Well Trimmed

I SALEOF !!:: : : e LB

I;11, OF celebrate GAINESVILLE, FLA. S ALE S f i. : -l

luti; our ;. .

Iii I I! $100,000 WORTH OF MERCHANDISED III! Gov't. Graded Chuck

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''I' Q PO R III'III'I I Ie Beef Roast LB. 45C

I I 0:1 18 h o ''ii II II'I 1 I

October 2nd !Ii IiI

!I \, \.,,' I --- .- .----- ...".=.....,.,. I -'"- K_ _
'- .. Thru 11th
Iri ,- I II Lean All Meat Stew Fresh Caught Cedar Key

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Ii'i!:.1,; It's Our Birthday But You I Get the Presents ii,!,:, LB, t LB. j9C

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II II I// "-= Fresh Meaty Pork
I .. I II Fresh Pig Shoulder PorkRoast LB.
Wilson's Will Remain ..
I I Open ... .. .. .

Friday Night, October 3rd Until ./. Y \

I .. ........ LB BACKBONE4C
I 9:00 P.M. in Order That ..i ,,, ,. ". .....' 'j.! fA' 39C

Those Unable to Shop During e w .

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Normal Store Hours May Take "' "Rainbow" Brand Pure Pork LB. ROLL Fresh Pork 2 or Whole

Advantage the Extraordinary r F.r Cl 1ACHLIN ArC

Values lB.

R ausage niiivi

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FKIIIAY. OCTORKKGladys -- __n._._. 3i 111"....,.",
. I
Matthews Home I :'OTIK: OF IPPI.irtTION
z. :A" FOR Plaintiff vs. Loradic Shuman, De- 'October :10! I. I'd: in the abnvr r I
Scene Of Brunch x Hnu. r Hill '.. iv:: fendant. Case No. 935JXotire Court seeks di\or and ,can'o, ultniony.... herein lU.'mlx;p.a"' +
hereby! "
gi\rr. that M .
: 1t'
To \pP Dr.
>ntr"l) of
Recent ci minor i-hild lira.' +
:I. h.ldt" -I th. fol- .
tri Loradic Shumanthne resident ''mitl Ti-U-Kiaph hall >,
pi.I. i iOrder
Visitor i .Ur* ha" fiUda'd and address ..
Honoring is: Alabama in n> \t f. ur u. kh "
f{ rata"!; Brad to be i r- hoarding House 6th Street Augusta Witiif, nx 111 ml :and off 1at I
it '
+M Thttrtifuat* nuiiilMlalioe. lia.: ,. ,
: S'.irKt. Fl'-r.d.i. 'h -1
Miss Connie Padgett of Palmetto \.v-l.' .. ; the d- You an' hereby notified that a 11952.. ; .I
Bride h .prfpt-rtv. and the suit for Divorce and restoration of
weekend house guest oMr. \ :: < h ,! u.i- as.-.std ar* maidnn 101-"Z.'II"I.\r. :-'," \I I I 'J Tt .
name has been filed againstyou .
i .
and Mrs. E. L. Matthews war 1 ,, ,. in the above named Court andcause AFv "' 1,11.lrl.lll
1'l.tlH't' :\ I U ''r .r I'
Mooty and you are required! to servea uty "
I feted Saturday morning at a I of 'hi K H.- ''I. wove
copy your answer
or pleading!
Phone 35 .1 I '' \11 that Ittntdhnt.1..f.: 1Att .nd
brunch given by Mrs. Matthews at ', to the complaint on the Plaintiff's
I \ lOr E ulr Attorney, T. Frank Landrum, >'" fur I'll :' !
,,_ ___ her home on Church and Eighth] I Y i.3
., # 1 1 -SSeS------------ --- 4 Starke. "Florida and file the original
Streets. in the office of the Clerk
IL.I ,, of theCircuit
s.l I .01 l"n- In Circuit Innrt. lliul.id| < mKlorUji '''If.
k Lovely Shower 'WCTU Luncheon Arrangements of gladioli chiy- O < day of October, 1952: ; otherwise the : In < h.ui. rn ,
n ''mate, fnlI" allegations of said riiarl>-" K. f.ii"" iMartha
Marks santhemums and roses were used( I a :< ,.. h allolllOnalI 'otitplaiiil waU (, ," ,
Given In Honor i Close be taken .s confessed by you. : ; Ail.tn+ r.i i..n !1' '
in decorating this affair. This notice hall be pulii-t.,j Of Mrs. C. L Johns Of Year'sVork Upon arrival the guests were 9 f' ; !'I Id p: ".... ::\:ate I''I"1.1 in Florid the- tive once weeks each w in....k th"f.ir Bradford four run Ci".i t Order\ Of. rnbllriili sintr IM>ii Il 1.\n.l.n4ji>otippmr. Inv <... I"

greeted by Mrs. Matthews Mjsj-, ,r Telegraph Ail- 'I,
I Mrs. Carl Lamar Johns whc 1 An address by Rev. Thomas G I. Padgett and Miss Madge Middle 1', ? i h t>.-certificate redeemed according tT ('prtl'I.t Dated this 1 in d.iy of +ptt'rn \11--j-, .. n. .

prior her marriage this summer I Mitchell, pastor! of the First i ton. .u, i the. property described innuaje 19',4: I: "" ,' 1,'
i certificates (OFFICIAL SKAI.) A..1. Thonrai'Irrk
or willthe
i was Miss Shirley Shaw, daughter Methodist Church highlighted the i ii Brunch was served buffet style ''t i '" highest bidder at th- ) of the circuit CotPy !
, of Mr. and :Mrs. F. G. Shaw, war i i Fellowship Luncheon given las'Friday < 'ir t house door on the first Mon- Marian L Crosby Deputy Cl e I. 'I", II'
from the long table in the dining the inspiration for a beautiful miscellaneous the Laura Scott Union Mrs. Don Neel, ,
by I room. The table was covered t 'i" 1'1, .! i- the 3 day of November p'.. ", u' p-,.1 I ;
shower-tea last Thursday WCTU, closing the year's work. the former Miss > j J '. .1 I H I .'
I Italian handmade cloth L-! In Clrrull ( nrt. TtrnAtmrt < mil' .
with an d I'.t.t! th"17: day of September. I ,
afternoon from four until six The Tabernacle annex, used for of Peggy Wiggins, J y,2:? Florida: In Chanrrrr.
and centered with arrangement Mary O Fugate. Plaintiff vs
o'clock at the home of Mrs. \V. the decorated with I"I-I'! I 'I1h I SEAL A J Thomas f.
i occasion was
j 1 daughter of Mr. t mood n. Fugate. D.--ndant
and miniature pink > I r '
pink gladioli ; "pint Court of Bradford '
Hogan Smith on Walnut St. potted plants. Low bowls of]I chrysanthemums. Pink candles ir and Mrs. One A. :!'" 1 I"I ndj 9 19 4t 10, 10OTl'F Order of 1'.bliestl.a and Case N N.I ? 101 i""
Hostesses for this lovely affair yellow chrysanthemums were placed =;; Apprart
j silver holders balanced the centerpiece Wiggins of 'oo ) T'fwthe
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Tn ,
I'I: \H 't itn .f V "oI. i: n m 1 \ ;
Mrs. Smith, :Mrs. J. L. Anderson at intervals the table .r'
were: on Presiding the silver service Starke whose In I tr.-ult ('''..rf. Ilrailford Count*. ]' "
Mrs. J. H. DuPre, Mrs. The luncheon served Mrs I'lorhla In Chnnrrrru .
t : was by during the morning was Mrs marriage to Don i :
M. F. Hazen. Mrs. H. A. Lawson I Titus Olson and Mrs. Bertha
Others assistingin
II III J.V. Kincaid. Neel was an
Mrs. Maxie carter Mrs. J. M Pearce -
I the dining room were MUrAudrey event of Sept 5. .. _.
f Edwards, Mrs. C. E. Johns and I Included among those present and Mrs. Frank a ---- -
Xewman. Mr. anu Mrs. ,
:Mrs. A. E. MsKinney.The I were honorary members of the I Landrum. Neel are now

lower floor of the spacious j Union and several prominent .
About thirty guests called from their
Smith home was decorated with t citizens of Starke.Concluding I I making .
twelve until one o'clock. i home Newark:" t
exquisite arrangements of chrysanthemums I the luncheon a business iIJ

and gladioli in paste! I meeting was held to make Ix.I J.iMiss. t e 11 i[ I I

colors. The reception hall where plans for the new year's work. I Miss Ann Moore I

the guests were greeted at the Vice Presidents were chosen as I, _
To Wed Seeber 1 .... M _
door by Mrs. C. E. Johns was decorated follows to represent each church .

with a floral arrangementof '!having members in the Union: Doyle Andrews

giant white chrysanthemum 1 Christian Church. Mrs. Ara E
Clair Cox Wesleyan Guild
and white gladioli spikes and blos I Moitt; Methodist Mrs. I. P. Shepherd Mr and Mr. William Frederick

soms. I' ; Presbyterian. Mrs. Car' Moore of Lawtey announce the I Weds Joe LazenbyMr !Met TuesdayThe :

'\ The receiving line composed 01.*, Wynn; Baptist, Mrs. Wesley An- engagement and approaching mar I I7.I f the nti h'9 h Elc Uf
the honoree, Mrs. Johns, and Mrs I Brews; Tabernacle Mrs. Ruby riage of their daughter Margaret and Mrs J. C. Cox announce Weslevan! Seivi. !c > oil I like ( r AEt0

Smith, Mrs. Anderson Mrs. DuPre Goodman. Ann. to Seeber Doyle Andrewsson the marriage of their daughter at 1I1's.t'lson Green'.-> Tjt''II! i n coftlie vie 0 > l: tY CK

Mrs. Hazen. Mrs. Lawson, an<' Among the duties of these ofIr.. and Mrs. Chester Clair to Joseph Dowling Lazenby night. with Miss Rub ,+nr. < 1"?.,.1;, r h i on1V ?

Mrs. McKinney stood against a chairmen will be to secure other Ernest Andrews of New River. on Friday. Sept. 26, at Kingsland Green ro-hostt-sses 11v
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background of gold magnolia members for the Union from their The wedding will be an eventof ,, Ga. :Mrs.V.. B. Sewell (pen"f! t'u!

leaves and pink and white chry respective churches and see that Saturday Oct. 4. at 4 p.m. ir Tile bride is a graduate of'51 meeting with the usual onli-i i o.
Tall I( class Bradford High School and business. number, :
santhemums. burning pink the monthly WCTU meeting is an Grace Methodist Church. LawteyNo Twenty-four

tapers placed at vantage pointr nounced from the pulpit. 1 invitations are being sent but I is now employed as secretary at and visitors were present. :Mrs UI'ricoti +

throughout the living room cast a Mrs. E. L. Johns was selected I aU friends and relatives of the the Big Dad Manufacturing Co. T. G. Mitchell had charge of the m this ad of1 10 FARM-FRESH FALL FAVORITES'!

soft glow over the setting. chairman of transportation for invited. | Mr Lazenby son of Mrs. .Jessie program given in the form of ,, "*
couple are thni Saturdaj -
Mrs. Maxie Carter invited the committee work. Lee Lazenby and the late B skit with Mrs. M. W. Cressl-i atlvGarnita Fruits and

guests into the dining room where An invitation is extended tc I Lazenby of New Rive, is a 51 Parker assisting Tr (k L I.

they were served tea from a Christian women of all faiths tr WMU Meetings I class graduate of Lake Butler program was followed bv < 1 *

beautifully appointed table overlaid sign the pledge and pay dues of AnnouncedBaptist l High School, and is in the Navy I II 'candlelight I worship service led \t.\

with a cutwork cloth and centered "per year. :Men who qualify may I stationed at the Naval Air Station I 1 I Mrs. Eva Blair. i 41 odd 4"by? of AkP all it rrcul AiP.ir CoRrc rpffcc Vegetables.

with an arrangement of yellow be honorary members with the WMU Circles will meet Jacksonville. I I After the meeting nfre.-i: : .

chrysanthemums and gold same dues.Woman's. next week as follows: | Mr. and Mrs. Lazenby are residing were served by the hosu-xs ,-

leaves. Yellow candles in silver : Circle with j at the Leonhard Apart !!I,

candlebra balanced the floral piece Club Mrs.Loi-ena R. B.Epperson Alvarez chairman :i ments at 501 Cherry St. ;: Birthday Party .BANANAS Golden Ripe 3 Lbs.

Presiding at he silver coffee and 3 o'clock. 1 Mr. and Mrs J. D. Carlton 2SC
Tuesday afternoon
tea service the first hour was :Mrs. To Hear ProgramOn Daisy Fowler Circle with Mr: brother-in-law and sister of the For CarolVard

Shaw, mother of the bride. Pour. CitizenshipMrs. Maxie Carter chairman Tuesday I bride were the Only attendants. ,
I Ward celebrate!: -
ing the second hour was Mrs. J. M 3 Carol ..,

Edwards. C. H. Nasw orthy, presidentof i p.m.Ida Darby Circle with Mrs. N. 0 Judy Dankel 1 I, eighth birthday mother with a Miv< lass T'r i -I". Tokay Lbs.
Inviting the guests into the gift the Starke Woman's Club, has i given by her GRAPES 3 25"Firm
Maxwell chairman, Tuesday 3 p.m 26T1 M--
Roast Ward Friday
Landrumand Has Weiner
room were :Mrs. T. F. announced the regular club meeting Dora Aldcfman Circle with MrsH.
Mrs. S. R. Johns Jr. Others will be held Wednesday after I I Pellum's third grade m' / ,
A. Lawson chaiiman, Tuesday entertained a
assisting in serving and entertain noon at 3:30 o'clock in the clut Judy group pink and white color s< h. :-.i it \\ 01'
i 2:30: p.m. friends with weiner roast at I
th of a
1 the throughout
ing buildfng. Mrs. Cora Quattlebaum used. Prize winners wile ,1.ItI'+
Mrs. Lloyd Green Doris Knight Circle will meet ir her home Saturday evening celebrating Lbs.
afternoon were chairman has planneda Ripe
citizenship ,
Mrs. Margie Colley, Mrs. J. R, patriotic program on citizen the educational building Tuesday her twelth birthday. Simmons Ann Mills and Wi"Mr! : + TOMATOES 2 29C

Wainwright Mrs. C. A. Darby ship. The Bradford High School 7 p.m. for devotional and short Games and contest were enjoyer1 McRae.

Mrs Leslie Biggs. Mrs. W. B Band will furnish music for theaftemoon's business session preceding leviva1 throughout the -veninp. Sh,' waf I Refreshments were st-i \- ,
Mundy Mrs. H. B. Peyton, and and guest :Mr. Kin1Mrs of C'asol M"Pelhim r
program services. Mr>. Dave I'aulk K 'insisted btin !paieiits. I :>6 classmates
the Misses Faye Paulk, Nancy! have been invited to take. I Wilson's Certified Purer
speakers I chairman. : :Nato mktM m 'nit'llallllllg assisted the host
DuPre Joan Smith Agnes Lawson part. P. T. Nolin will explain theschool .


About one hundred and fifty voted on in the November election PORK SAUSAGE 1 39CFlorida

guests called during the appointed Mrs. H. B. Peyton social chairman

hours and her committee will have C
I charge- of refreshments carrying C elect YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS NOW ]

McClancA" theme. All mem
Tom out the patriotic Grade A
bers are urged to be present. .
Guest Of Honor I C ..

At Barn Dance *$ Junior Club f I i I Use Our Lay-Away Plan or Open A Charge Account : FRYERS Dressed and Drawn Lb. 49C

Tom McClane, who with his parents To Meet MondayThe I CC .

Mr. and :Mrs. T K. McClaneJr. : .
will leave soon to make hi? regular meeting .
Junior Woman's Club will be held 1 j j 1 .
home in Winter Park, was honored i Day Style WATCHES Plain or Self-Rising
Saturday night when a group of :! Monday night. Oct. 6, at S o'clockat

young people entertained at a sur- i, the Woman's Club Seleta i Anniversary 1, lona Lbs.
Thomas, has charge of the Amer By j I
pris barn dance at the U. S. O. Bv FLOUR 2S $1.43
for the eve
ican Home program
The large auditorium was converted I TOWLEGORHAM !$ '
ning. CLOCKS
into a barn, being gaily Hostesses will be Sharon Locke Bu/ova/ i
decorated: with bales of hay, an -
and several farming chairman, Jewell. New-gel. Collette I ELECTRIC I t

old During wagon implements.the wheel evening square danc Rosier.Rosenberg Marilyn and Barbara Roberts.Mitchell Della C HEIRLOOM International ;: $26 95 ;! Elgin ,, R C COLAS 6 Bottle Carton I 17C

ing was enjoyed by the young I t : WyerDIAMONDS/ Plus Deposit
called WSCS NoticeCircles
people. The numbers were
by Harry Green and music:: wa? E i

furnished by the "jook" organ. of the Methodist WSCSj Reed & Barton Lb.
Refreshments of sandwiches j will meet as follows: No.1, Mrs I h! I i OLEO 19C

cakes, cookies and Cokes wen.served L. A. Davis leader Tuesday morn Ct} Frank M. WhitIng i : 1,
the dance. I ing at 10 o'clock at the home of t
following 1
Chaperones for this delightfu1 Mrs Titus Olson on South Walnut I America $ By +
and Mrs. V. R I :St.: Circle two Mrs. J. H. Hitch .1 j Over 35; Different Elgin \ +

affair wire and Mr.Mrs. Carl Johns. I I chairman Monday afternoon at ? ColumbiaKeepsake Ann Page Oz. Bottle

ireful Tom gifts was the from recipient the more of many than o'clock her home with on Walnut Mrs. F.St.H.Miss Long Kate at I CHINA i I\ $2.95 --$12.95 ,1 : KETCHUP 14 19C

Struth will be co-hostess with :Mrs 1 "
lily guests present. [ It Patterns By \ \ ; .III
Long. Circle three Mrs. A. Wood' \ S t + ." --- -

I leader, will be entertained by Mrs IE SYRACUSERoyal \: i : :" ..
WMU Officers i JEWELS : Large Package
L. S. Hutto at her home Monda Aunt Jemima 5 Lbs. ;

Plan I, afternoon at 3 o'clock. E S JacksonHAVILAND : ; ANSON'SMen's :1 4 4 : Breeze 29c
Map j i I 7 } Of Fashion \ 4 C

For New Year 'WMU RallyScheduled ,1 C ,\ ,! Kyi '\ :1 4 4 CORN MEAL 19 4* ::1 5 I Regular! Marti

I Royal Tettau : 1 <
circler t *t Sweetheart Soap 23c
Officers of the Today JewerlyIdentification I 4
and general W. M. U. officers met ; 04 >
with the president Mrs. R. AGrt'en. The New River AssodatioiWMU -IE i 13 Pattern* : : : aC Hath Bar

at her home on Walnut St will meet Friday. Oct. 3 1 C Of ; ?; 9--$1995 : : Libbys Yel. Cling No 21 2 can :; Palmolive 2 for 21 c
Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. with the First Baptist Church o f ( ; ,

Tentative plans for the year :,, Starke. The meeting will begii E : 1 S 4 4 :.
CRYSTALBy .4 ii (Hath Bar for
were made: plans for the yearbook at 10 a.m., closing at 2:30 p.m t ; 4 19C -
were completed; and the Rev Howard :Mott will be th e : i : RUSTCRAFT : Bracelets : 4 : Cashmere Bouquet 21c
out at thi guest speaker.This 44
budget wat worked \ : ---- ..

meeting is the annual meeting an,; E i TIFFIN : Greeting Cards i i $2.00 $13-95 ii ::1{ For
Mrs H L. Hough, prayer chairman all members are urged to attem I'I'l
for the society, opened the New Officers will be installed l t AndDuncan 3 : Octagon Toilet Soap 19c

meeting with prayer. Visitors are cordially welcome. 1 t Miller S: 3 Marcal Colored and White I :

Mrs Green used yellow chrysanthemums 'if Costume : : ii Large: Package
: 44
and! ageratum in decorating : Girl Scouts .I E \1 Other :, :WALLETS -4 i I ;C Super Suds/ 27c

the lower floor of her I I 1 Jewelry I 44 NAPKINSPackages I S 4
for this meeting. GlasswareGIFT I i
home C
Bath Har5j
At the conclusion of the meeting \ Elect Officers i By i Z ByCRAFTSMAN 4 I 4

the hostess served tempting The Girl Scouts met Tucsda;; E 'j ITEMS CORO 3 3 Lifebuoy, 2 for 27c
i i
refreshments Sept. SO. at St. Mark's parts 1'C .4 i; 1 13C a :;


Altar elected Ginger Jones L. I ] .: ;
St. Edward's were : pj : Lux Soap 7c
4 1 i
,, trol leader; Mary Henderson, ass : S tar k e s Newest and Finest Jewelry I ..

Society MeetsThe patrol leader: Virginia Jean Darb:; .I .
I secretary; Judy Dankel. SCribE I : : Surf large pg. 29c

St. Edward's regular Altar monthly Society meeting will be of I Pat Hobbs and Elissa Stefanell 141CALL ROBERTS J JEWELRY I A&PFOOD STORE 4.

held Tuesday. Oct. 7, !at 8 p.m. Linda flag bearers Chapman; Marilyn color guard Cox an i STARKE 1 44 <.l. Wesson Oil quart 65cI

ST. FLORIDA The Great Atlantic Pacific Tea Co.
C and
the church are urgedto I
All ladies of Refreshments were served t r 4

attend. Following the business Marilyn Cox and Virginia Jea T. f CARL ROBERTS 4 \ 300 East Call St. I: Snowdrift, 3 Ibs. 81/c

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meeting a social hour will be en Darby. ,
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.., Wednesday night after a busines i joined tomorrow by Mr. and lrs.l.'.weekend. Merry remained in At- Acts of 1941 will register with the I ant. Cart No. 9400 ]Rose Marie Thompson Defendant
Mr. McClane lanta Clerk of the Circuit Court in and i To: Timons C. Reed and Frances Case N,, ", ,
trip to Chicago. left T. H. Slade and family and together where she has accepted a for Pradfurd
County, State of Florida
Reed also known as Francis Reed.i N lire T. Apr..r.
the following day for Winter they will attend homecoming position at the Georgia Baptist upon receipt of proof of publicatmi his wife, whose residence and address ,! To: Rse Marie Thompson, w "
Park where he has accepted ;a Sunday at the Mount Enon Hospital. The others returned of thIs iH'tire. the f.tnltuIInam" is: Unknown.ou residence and address i-
of Thomas Motor Court, undrrwhi. iineu notified that
are > a Vorth 4>th Avenue Oiua'ia. :N. .
:' position as Executive Secretary of Church near Baconton. home Monday.Mr. h ttc are engaged in businrt'S. suit for i ka.
the Florida Farm Bureau.I at Si.trke. Fla. Foreclosure of mortgagehas You are TiertM- 1t'4 q ,-
I George Powell who was injured and Mrs. Ed Prt-;att and owners B. T. Thnnia St.it'ke. FluSuMf been tiled against, >uu In the suit for
Thomas. abonamed Court and cause and Pivori t .ii ,> .....1
THE NEWS i and Mrs. Bert Hunt of Jacksonville several months ago in Portland; daughter Jacquine and Adele l at.-ii this 1M Starke.day of Fla.in t..l>er. A you are required to serve a copy of trot cf t t. d|, :.
Beach weekend Ore. arrived home Wednesday Scholl attended the B.H.S.-Sea- your answer or pleading to theloinpl.uiit ant
; were 1> !"::. at Stark.irradford: County -
,. ,. ,. ,. ,, on the PIa I1tlfr.Att..rn. 1 hi' i .D f.1..1.! 1 '
i .iLi oil r
r i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathews night accompanied by his mother, breeze game at Daytona Beach Florida. ..> A. .T. Thomas Jr.tarke .,

Mrs. L F. Dinkins, Mrs. A. O. 2nd Lt Joe Andrews and his On Sunday ),Ir. and Mn Mrs C. J. Powell. ,I Thursday evening. II 10,3 4t liMinrn :4 and :tile the, Florida oiigiiiai in the office "f ca'-'u ,.| \
I .. v." isw. t r i'g i ui
Andreu, and Mrs. Della Hagan mother Mrs. J.V.. Andrews accompanied Mathews had as their additions i In Cirrult ('U 'nH ( the I'lerk of the O iuit Court o i inr i t <,11 "'. "r r-
will return Sunday after spending by Dr. and Mrs. Earl dinner guests }Ir. and Mrs. Dillon Miss Connie Padgett of Palmetto Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.A. I ,..,....,.."I I..Court(" 'n n..r"lJ.oKinl..y Mra.lfnrJ County Before the v rnl' ', .I?1 n tear
::.rd day' of Xottttll..r; l'.J: ,
weekend of Mr. F. Sauls Thursday lr.Sauls' ). M ltnn' > T
was the guest were I Browning,
several days in Stuart visiting Roberts of Jacksonville Beach left Whisler and three children of :Neptune vv. Kxelvii C I! Hi-owning.: Fvfendant.Ca Plaintiff. otherwise the allegation- >-t 'a'.1.1'IJ111amt .,' d' t h, t i 1.
and Mrs. E. L. Matthews.Mrs. three sisters, Mrs. Mabel ('' will be tak-n as coiu<'.--- ,. ',
relatives. Monday for San Francisco whereLt. Beach. I Xl). 940:! -d > k I'f 'h! t
Cox of Alachua :Mrs.: :: \ntire Tn by you.This 1' etL'
Myrtice 't'Irlllr. ,
Andrews will report for over- notice shall t>e lml>llshn ,
Mrs Pres- ToKvelyn R of t'' :,:'
J. D. and "ty
Doyle TSiownnp. w horesidem -; -
Friends of Miss Gertrude Correa Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dixon and Hawthorne and Mrs. F. D. Williams e and address isI'tiknouu.. once each week for four consecutivt ntheca.r I' ,

will be interested to learn that she seas duty. On their return to family have moved from the Kin- cott Gill returned Sunday from a both of Lake City; also a You are hereby notified that a gr weeks.nh in the Bradford County Tele- \'"mllla In! u !Ife.srd

is improving following an operaFlorida, Dr. and Mrs. Roberts and caid cottage on Walnut St. to the ten-day visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. niece, Mrs. Joe Rigdon of Lake suit divorce for and propcitx ,>trlitiienihn Dated thi- 30 day of SeptemberIMS. Thi b>not t ," -' ,,'i i 1. jiul, '

tion performed Tuesday in St. VinMrs.. Andrews will make extensive Jacobs' house on Madison Ave. F. Prather in Jennings La. They City. ; Ueen filed aKaiuwt you in tneatiuve ,VI': .I"JCIAl, SEAL) A. J. Thomas on* e t at 1, u. ,, Itive to -,
were accompanied home by Ir.Doyle's -. named Court and cause and Clerk of the Circuit Court vok i I" ..rdTeU'erapi >
cent's Hospital, Jacksonville. : Mrs. W. M. : you are required to serve a ropy of Man. L Cr isl \', depute. Clerk !,
Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan had mother Mrs. Faye Gill Wimberly of Mulberry your answer or pleading to the Ry > I>ai..l, n, P.i: !' I
10 3 4t in :24
i Mrs. C. A. Darby, Mrs. J. R. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews left as their weekend guests Mr. Dun- who had spent the past three spent the weekend here complaint! on the Plantif'! 1952.
Attorney George I MittenStarke OFFICIAL SLALt J Then,
Martha Sunday for a brief visit with rel- can's brother-in-law and sister Mr months there. with relatives. 'ofln-: 10 Ai'rR\it ( A.
Wainwright, and Mrs. I Florida In Circuit Court. Itradfortl ('...u..trl..I..n ?. i"bk\ i-f the Cir u t r>",
atives in points in North Carolina. and Mrs. Garland Parnell of Savannah I and file the original in the officeof : In Chitnrrrr.William Iv yr.rl.r L CM1 t I'", ,MJ ,
Wood spent Tuesday in Jackson- Ga. 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Toppin andI Mrs. H. L. Hough was a visitor the Clerk of the Circuit Courton F.. Thompson n.i.ntiff \ rj 4t

ville. I: Lt. Joe Andrews attended the I I baby )Ia'me Eileen, of Jacksonville -, to Jacksonville last Monday. :I or 3 day before of the November 1952;

Fla.-Tech football game in Atlanta Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Kartsoni were recent guests of Mrs. i otherwiMe the allegations ol said
Mrs. L. F. Dinkins and Mrs. S. I Mrs. Kathryn McCall of Bridgeport Complaint will be taken as confessed AAAAAALAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAALAAAAAA11AV111AAAALAO
'. Ga. last Saturday. were guests Sunday of Dr. Kart-I Mayme Toomey.Vhile here. May- by you.
e. Denmark spent Wednesday in sonis' brother and sister-in-law ] me Eileen was baptized in the Conn, arrived Monday to This notiue shall be publishedonce
i make her home with her each week for four ('o"'uti'f'wl'l'ks
Jacksonville. T. K. McClane, Jr. -returned Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kartsonis in First Methodist Church of Starke parents.Mr. in the Bradford (Connt. Tel .
and Mrs. J. W. Griffin, at
Jacksonville. 'on Sept 14.
I Whispering Pin .. Dated this 1 day of O..Imer 1i! :.:,
(UFFI''r.\T. SEAL: ) .\ J. Thomas.
Mrs. J. C. Hobbs and Mrs. C. H i Mrs. Russell Eberle. who under- 'lerk of the Circuit Court
GALVANIZED PIPE AND ROOFING Quick visited Mrs. H. A. Bishop, went an operation in the Alachua Miss Sarah Williams spent the Ry Maii.iti I.. I'rohliy, Pi-putv Clerk' r
weekend at her home in Cross City. 110 J 4t In !
Jr, Monday in the Alachua County General Hospital is getting along -
FENCE is the lovely \n fin: Tu ,\I''I:,\'t
WIRE Hospital in Ga/nesviCe. Friendof nicely. She enjoying Mrs. Lena Andrews of Andrews In Cirruit Court lirmlfonl 1'oueh.

Mrs. Bishop will be glad t .1 \\- VlI", 1 1' '!' T p '
HEATERS AND STOVE PIPE learn that she returned to her sent her. this ;week at the home of C I 1.f.: 1 l' J I': 1 -.' u i

home here Wednesday. her father, H. L. Hough, and Mrs aFr,," 'I. "
Don Joiner of Augusta, Ga. and
I Hough,
NOW AVAILABLEAT "11'. and Mrs. II. H. mount o f son Don Jr., who isith the

j Tallahassee were guests Saturday; Coast Guard at "layport'f'r... ilr. and Mrs. J. N. Vicker.s and J .ro

of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts.Mr. guests last weekend of Mr. and family spent the weekend with her

Mrs. L. D. Vining. Mr. Joiner is mother Mrs. A. G. Gowen, in ATTENTION
STARKE HARDWARE and Mrs L. T. Cre-vs and Mrs. Vining's brother. Mr. and Folkston Ga-

i Mrs J, M. Mitchell were dinner', Mrs. Vinning will have as their

guests Sunday evening of :Mrs: guests this weekend :Mr: and :Mrs.: Reand Mrs. Homer Swindall If You Have m--

I Frank Pomeroy, Sr., in Jackson- Charlie \\' gins and Mrs. Frank and son, Anthony returned home I LiR a
"ill '. Friday after
Finder of Stockton, Ga. spending two weeks

vacation with their parents in
BRADFORD HOUSE j :Mr.: and Mrs. Henry T. Godwin Dr. and :Mrs.: T. G. Ritch and Kentucky and Virginia.Mr. ( -.-'

t left Friday for a ten-day visit with children of Jacksonville were Large or Small Tracts I .:.OOln uni k a y

relatives in Indianopolis. Ind. En- guests last weekend of Dr. Riti-h's : and Mrs. E. W. Wilkerson i $39.95

route they stopped at Crossville. mother Mrs. N. T. Bitch and Mrs. pent Sunday with her mother We Buy All

Now Under Hew ManagementROOM 1 !' Tenn. to visit Mr. and and :Mrs.: W. Rit<'h's parents "11'. and Mrs. H. Mrs. N. C. Mott in Brooker. Mrs. I outer Models

F. Godwin. Jr. Friends of Mr C. Brown. :Mott returned with them to spend : PAY TOP PRICES "rllmSLADE s f '
:'Godwin will be interested to learn a few days. ; l

: AND BOARD = $14 PER WEEK j ', that he returned to the States twc Mayor J. Wainwright and O $24.95 N era
; I weeks ago after serving with the Titus Olson were business visitors Mrs. R. P. Stubbins and Mrs.

_, I ,_______ _, ------- armed forces in Japan. in :Miami: the first of the week. Leslie Shepherd attended the Dis i Write or Call ia
1 trict Meeting of the Women's Div-

REGULAR DINNERS SERVED J I Mrs J. C. Hobbs and children. Friends of Mrs. Leo Championwill ision of Infantile Paralysis at the 1 / 1

FAMILY STYLE EVERY DAY Jackie, Pat Jim and Richard, be interested to learn that she Blanche Hotel in Lake City Monday B.T.THOMASLUMBER

EXCEPT SUNDAY FOR Sandra Johns and Joan Slade attended has returned to her home after r

the BradfordSeabreeze'football being a patient in Alachua Gen- CO.

$1.00 : game in Daytona last eral Hospital in Gainesville a few, ('.\RD or AITKKCIATUIN: :
1 days last week. PHONE 211..1P.
Thursday niaht. GAS COMPANY
We wish to express oui Sl1l'l'rt"and 0. Box 735

MR- & MRS. H. C. DOUGLAS t Frank Mitchell, Lakeland, and Judge and :Mrs.: A. Z. Adkins deep appreciation to our many I STARKE, FLA.
I townhouse
: Oakland. Calif. was the guest aI moved Thursday to their friends in Starke for the loveh I.

few days last week of his cousin, after spending the summerat flowers cards and other expressions Starke, FloridaTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTY

I I Mrs. L. T. Crews, and Mr. Crews. their home on Kingsley Lake. of sympath received dun::

1 Mr and Mrs H. A. Lawson. :\1.L Mrs. JV.. Kincaid left yester- the recent illness and death at

and E. Lawson attended day to spend several days in Tam- our beloved mother and grandmother 'h- _, ,_ ..- _
Lawson the funeral services of their pa as the guest of her brotherinlaw -: Mrs. Carrie J McGehee >.-.'.. ., .', r.f .:: :

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. who passed way on September ,
and sister
Adi&tis&llVENETIAN r aunt. Mrs. Claude Cannington in ISth at the Monroe Memorja1 We' ArcNEVER We Meet

Lumpkin. Ga. Tuesday.Mrs Hoppe. Hospital. Ocala. Florida May K OCH

C. H. Quick accompanied Dr. M. B. Herlong and :Mrs.: Car- God bless you every one I ALLAdvertised

h ,i few local children was Ir rie Adams attended the eightieth The Schropshiei-McGehe Fauulyrl'll'I I
birthday anniversary dinner of
Lake City Saturday afternoon attending I'nder Sold '
the birthdaY party of her their sister, Mrs. :Mary: Edwards '/ : or i vi I.VIIONio RUG STORE Prices
Iii/a.I'Iit: : IK 'mints 41t1r ;
in Jacksonville evening.
ash'rn Beth Jones. Saturday ,,. .
( granddaughter '' I I. "If!
'",,0:, "I- ,II' J
& BUNDSROIIA JH'k1ggins of Jacksonville Dr. and Mrs H. H. Adams and Ii d."

Dr. it family returned to their home hre \
-HEAD wa here Tuesday visiting \EXTRA VALUE !
last Thursday after spending the
1=1 B. Hcrlong.
summer at their lake home or]
r I I '
\r Mrs R. R. Groves of Atlanta Ga. Kingsley.Mrs. 0
c Set Louis PhilippeCOLOGNE
\ will arrive this weekend for a visit $

A Exclusive self-adjusting tilt with her son-in-law and daughter. O. L. Beasley returned

3dooa ma.wwi-.wS '' 1 mechanism Mr and Mrs.V.. W. Cain. Saturday from a few days' vidit:: By "Shorty" AND
n t I with her brother-in-law and sister.
m Enclosed metal bottom tail \ Mr. and Mrs. Smiley Barron and Mr. and :Mrs.: C. C. Hoppe, in Tam- ,

.J Easily removable extra flexible i. baby of Baldwin were guests Sat- ra. ti BABY POWDER only

u t; slats urday of )Ir. and Mrs. Jimmie Lee
:Mrs.: Robt. Turner spent Tue---

plate I Cole. day in Jacksonville as the ;:uistsof ftktiIAFi ? lit }" .1 FKYOU\\ AM SAVE FOR CHRISTMAS

Mr and Mrs. John Mixon and Dr. and :Mrs. T. G. RitchMr. .

4 Wide choice of colors daughter Dorothy Jean and Mrj .
I :: and Mrs. W. O. Engram of
j and Mrs. E. :M.: Davis spent Sunday -
afternoon in Archer visiting the State Farm left Thursday to LARGE SELECTION OF DOLLS NOW\ ON DISPLAY
QUALITY til N PS Look for The Duchess Seal make their home at 536::: SaTe St. ,

.,, ,, It's Your Guarantee Miss Mayme Anderson and Mrs Montgomery, Ala. Their daughter, .. td4rs .
P. F. Stone. ----------------------------------------------------------------------
of and Distinction.
Quality :Mrs. Virginia Crews, will join
general checkup
a :
FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL I i Misses JoAnn Smith Judy Green I them October 11. and two gum balls!" :-Piece{ t Space KocketPATROL

and Jimmy Rowe were in Gainesville MECHANICAL TRAIN 1.09 t CAR 89c
)Ir. and :Mrs.: P. S. Crews of ____ 1 ______I __ only -
GASSETT VENETIAN BLINDS Friday night visiting :Mr.: an]I ,
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the State Farm had as dinner -------- ------------- -
Mrs. Carl matter what need lx',
Lamar Johns. No jour
Starke. Florida Phone 207-W guests Sunday Rev. and Mrs. Homer Open t F. H. I.RIOT.
take in
\\e pride Riling you
l.imes; Green, of Providence n! Swindall and son', Anthony. VAN TRUCK only 1.39
satisfaction at all time : PATROL CAR only 89c
T is here visiting his mother an I ,
Mrs. Andrews will return -------------------------------- ,
sis'-r: Mrs Janie Green and Mrs
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home Sunday after spending sev-
Mii. old Gray.
THEATRESTARKE eral days with her family in ARMY TRUCK, only 89c ;: TRACTORS, only 75c

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\"" in Montgomery Ala. Hwill P
Mr and Mrs. Oscar Ritch of
be accompanied home by hi s Sales & ServiceiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj
Dedicated To Community Service fisti-r Mrs. R. W. Reese who hah s Chicago Ill were weekend guestsof ALL
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Shull.
"Movies Are Better Than E\er" "n spending several weeks thf'rluncl..rgoing > METAL Phoiiograph ONLY 10.95PLAYS I

medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier spent
Wednesday in Jacksonville.

SENT IT TO IMX OFFICE nut FRET: TICKETS :Mrs: Carrie Adams, spent th. :Mrs.: E. D. Tenly and son Sonny, Ave. Ph. V
Temple -
feet-k*>nd with' relatives in Jackson. visited her father, C. II. Walters "'''''''"'_ .....__ --R '_ .'_ -' II.! .__"(___._ IIi

Sat. Oct. 4 ONLY Tues., Wed Oct. 7, S villo. in Jacksonville MondayMr. -

'' ''''' Some of those attending Sea
\\11' ''! and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd
JOUBLE.STAR THRILLS! bnvze-BH.S football game i iiD.ivtona n honored Mrs. Charles C. Shepherd i

: last Thursday were: Mrand ,with Hearing Aids .,....
P I dinner
5 a birthday Sunday.
hie'oF Mrs. Red Alvarez. Mr. an d I i B'A'B I
7 V :fir Ray Stone. Misses Nina Bish,. :Mr.: and Mrs. Clyde Colson had AM) BABY DOLL 159

i tlf' Judy Green. Martha LandruinMan as dinner guests Monday Rev. and 395 I

.amarcw "la Kay Hazen, Ann Johns, Mrs. Homer Swindall and son, An- BatteriesDiabetic DOLL

'/TV'i 1 ".v Cole, KathrYn Kelly Rich thony. CARRIAGES 1
I., J!* coitMii ncTHii. .a an IMHCHCTiM ,.... _."TECHNICOLOR : '<* Ciosby.- Mr and Mrs. Rob TParksdale. t t Foods i
by soar nrwcw tafcnt h CCUMT CUA \ Chaplain and Mrs. O. \\'.
I II ,. Houpt All 'nbelievablc VALVE{ !
awrag4treuao J. T. Pollard Paul Raymond I
-AND- Jt I ) rA H o Judge and Mrs. E. K. Per. and son; Jimmie of Bayonne, J. AM) :1 Real Value White' They Last ; I ;

COtUMliA CKKjtl > arrived last Friday and were ... _
rvman. Mr and Mrs. B. T. ThomasEd .. -V--W-- -J "*-" *19-* -- -.I.
u\w t guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt SuppliesSurgical
i M : Simpson. Kenneth Conway. until Tuesday. Received Selection of Gift Boxes
eser 1t James Williams, Billy Dodd Bei 1 Just Large

North Kenneth Tyus. Joe Ander- Mr. and Mrs. \V.V.. Cain spent
i .'" KM SIni a'pt OOMEU( .ion Oiwn ai M uoucaft Misses Adele Scholl. Sylvia Al- ALL SIZES
ew in...Sewi H but t rr.*rnaa.s..Kiovo the weekend in Atlanta Ga. visiting -
.rchl...._ \arez. Coy Alvarez. Mary France;!s :Mrs.: Cain's Mr. and SupportsAND
parents ------------------------------------------------------ -
+ cew a! l'lu'"lIal'PY :lllt")." Cartoon an d Hazen. Arthur Winkler. Al Stefa- Mrs. R. M. Graves and attending -
? tao+t : Latest World News nelli. Jeanette Douglas Georgi P the Florida-Georgia Tech football ALL MERCHANDISE BOUGHT AT KOCH'SGIFT

'. l p--P.a sear t-roe "**" "* Kopelousos Fred Conway. an(1 game. They were accompanied on Trusses

Also -Little Anglers" Cartoon an I Johnny Kopelousos.i this trip by Mr. and Mrs. Don WRAPPED F FREE I
Serial MRS. 0. L. BR011'NThur. i I French of Jacksonville.
We Rent
Bonnie Wells of Carlo'.


HON A. Z. ADK1NS ., Fri. Oct. 9, 10 : was the guest Tuesday o f Clark, who are attending the CrutchesVeterinary OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN

Sun. Mon. Oct.--5-, 6IAURENCE ,' Mr and Mrs. C. V. Ingleright.,.s 1 Jacksonville Junior College spent

'Wf'Us. with her parents. Mr. an,d I the weekend here with their
par- A A A A A & A A
< JENXIFER FORPEHR Mrs James B. Wells, will mak e ents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Under- A

YOU her home here soon. Mr. Wellrecently S 1 hill, and Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Clark. Supplies

llvier-Jones LR bought the Prescott Gi:11d I PAY 11 fl fl II WE HAVE
.\\l11L\'InlEIlS\ JANE GUn I farm located about a mile an I Misses Carolyn Edwards and CANOVAPRESCRIPTION WHY

half south of Starke. Tat Seig, students of the U of F.
spent the weekend here with their MORE JACKSONVILLEPRICES
Car1ieJ -x IOO ro mit.t..rt.rata. i j Col) and Mrs. T. T. Long ant d I respective parents.n (ENTER

"Gift Wrapped" Cartoon an
Latest News | Short, 'That's What You Thinli," for Baconton Ga. to spend
1 I and Arthur and Merry Winkler Fla. IIIIiII
J wf'ekenJHl Mrs. Long's brother L.
flew to Atlanta, Ga. over the ,
!;.1 Walter Jackson. They will b

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YYYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.FARMER' 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT'I ., in Keystone is reported very ill I To: Loradic !Shuman.' whose residence f mend H Fugate, Defendant I
Estate of
I and address is: Alabama Said Decendent: /seeks' divorce t'1'i.V,
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Burtor Case No. 9374
Hoarding House, 6th Street August Order of Publication are hereby notified that ;Ii Telegraph ..hall I'nloll-'
S LAWTEY% .have gone for vacation in North! i Ga.I Appear andotlee la written instrument! purporting t[) ;11 nr'.t ("ur",1 hfj __
I I be the last will and testament .
o Wi" 'I' ,.
I I Carolina.Mr. I You are hereby notified that a State of Florida to: Raymond 11.iFugate. I said decedent has been admitted tprobate i 1
.suit for whose rt'Sldl'na'ld ads neat' i t I,
Divorce and restoration I this ,.
L. H. FutchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI and Mrs. R. N. Thompsor maid n t name has been filed against dress is ( o ,,. E Fupate: Franklin thereby commanded in court.within You ar p 1" -
A cal
R six
Yj Danville, I ; ;
1 have gone for a few days to Tam '' you in the above named Court and Street Illinois.You !lendar months from the date of th,r I FF'I' :1': '' 111
A I 'cause and you are required to serve } are' required tc ppear on i|first publication of this notice t I"
By Sam McGarvey e J pa. i ja copy of your answer or pleading October ::!O. 19;.::. in the alio\- named appear in this court and t-hov 11\ f .
t ( Mrs. Effie Miner eutertaine d! 'l We have been informed I I to the complaint on the Plaintiffs Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ,'cause, if any you can, why the action let'id! "
on very Attorney, T. Frank Landrum, peeks divorce, alimony. custody and I of this court in admitting sail Ii : ;
The author will be t:1adto re4 with a miscellaneous shower foi ,r 'I' good authority that even though Stark }.Florida and file the origin | control of minor child. Bradford will to prub.ito should not stand un-I.tt\-
E wive Items of Interest colI<'t'rn- i Mrs. Paul Dinkins Jr. on Satuii '. Dr. Musser will leave Keystone in al in the office of the Clerk of thl'I'In'uit '! County Telegraph: shall publish this revoked I I _
Court on or before the 13 Order in next four weekly I i issues
log the activities of farmers In 4 i day afternoon from 3:00: to 5:0((' 'the near future, we will not be day of October, US; otherwise the witness mv hand and official "1'.11at E. K. Pen >'man, County 9.12 4i Judge 1'- ''lilTX I' v1't.
Bradford County. Suggestions I r allegations of said Complaint will Starke, Florida, this September .
p. may j Music for the occasio:r without medical aid. Arrange be taken as confessed by you. 17, 1952. : f y, 1 nI.

be left at the Telegraph office or -< I; was:' furnished by Miss Mary Am r ments have been made so that a This notice shall be published I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas lit rirrntt Conrt. Hrn.f..rJ fouutiriwrida ," ,'i\. : \' ,. ,

mailed to Sam McGaney, Law ley, Wells. At the end of the sodathe I physician will be here at all times once each week for four l'on"l'CUth'e As Clerk of said Court ; In ('hsaeery.i'harlrs I; ,'" 1 .\-
I weeks in the Bradford County I ry! ;Marian \. i'rsoy, Deputy Clerk i':. Cimeion. Pla-1\irr.- 1 (;,
t hour gifts were opened by th though< it will not always be thr Telegraph. Cha: TJ He"". 2114 Ounr.tntv: Life Martha A'l.-cn Cameron. I,>.-fendCa .. ---------------------- ---- I Building Jacksonville, FloridaAtt. Xo 9: .
---------------- ---- honoree. Dated this' n.Iright
assisted her motherIrs. This 10 day of
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT YYYYYYYYYYYYTYTTTTTTTTTTT by same one. arrangement h soUOFFICIAT.. September, I Order or Pnhtiiationiul oiler T.,' ,
f..r I'lf I'' 4' ;in in in .ilemi..r
Well with beds for bad the insects at this time C. F. Carter, after which refreshments temporary until a doctor can locate I \ 'I'llr. date Ol I'lorldii To: .1! i .at
our ready are of I SKAI.) .* .1 Thomas, ; M ,. \ l II ,i-; l'! ; 1'
and bed of plants year. It seems that no matter I I of angelfood cake an d< I here permanently i'l.! .h ..f !Mi.I, 1rrnt: (".oUT* 1 In Th.ounI1 Judgr; I oust In i i \ I ? "II" .
plants a I .,
IV I.H..H' L I tnd Knr Kradford < unt .1 "
how much we dust with DDT and ice-cream were served. Abou t I Mr. and Mrs. Al Nelson have !'*. : -l.> I''I''J\'. C!orl Florida. In I'robnlr ..', "
we as nervous ara 1 : (
purchased were tIn > ,
thirty guests were present. Mrs i ;IN '1.1'I I a:! F-tate o' xi -
Chlordane the bugs keep up their turned from North Carolina.
couple of cats on a hot griddle devllsh work. ,I I A. H. Harley Mrs. H. C. Wainwright I Prof. and Mrs. Chester Storevformerly I irruit ('.nrt, r.ra.a"rd00"'. "'' inn."-i '- AI q:,-...at.d'II1'H'1 k' Ia '
for the right weather con- Florliln In .
waiting ; (
I and Mrs. H. E. Priest wen e o4' '\ f I'lamtit1, -: OK PROIUTF
Kugaif .
Chatauqua. ., ,
i I f. :
ditions. Last week we decided I Yaw'I A I'cr.on.- '>tt. -> u :In '1' "
)I cohostesses with Mrs. Miner. I -
there about After looking at the kitchen II more recently of an
that was enough I I
water in the soil, and the likeli- garden one morning :we discovered Members of the Lawtey schoo. I visiting Dr. and Mrs. Holl I

hood that there would be more, so, that practically everything in it.i II faculty were in Live Oak Monday, Next Tuesday. October 7. 19 th i

we set out to hunt for help. I'I was being chewed up. So we got attending a District TeachenIeeting. I date for the first meeting ot thrCommunity I ANOTHER /
The L. H. ShopEa
After scouring around East Law-' dusted Futches als r Church Women I I ;Mrs Q
busy with Chlordane and attended this
for hours had I' meeting. will be chairman fARLING
tey a few we only about everything in the garden. Reynolds of the
one promise of help and one maybe Friends of J. S. Shuford Sr. ar< Devotional program this veal BIG To Receive
This time we were lucky and had j
but we decided to go ahead glad to know he is home agair: Mrs. B. Christoffer- will all'I I
no rain immediately after dusting. [
with what help we had already i after quite a stay in a Jacksonvill, I charge of the Mission St 'rdt pi "

lined up. We had Mrs. Sutton, hospital. Mr. Shuford is reportecimproving I gram. I I'I MONEYSAVER Better
Right now when everything is
and Mrs. Tanner taking up plants, I at this writing. '. GROCERY & MARKET
so wet, it seems silly to think of I Next Sunday, Oct i- \\onr
along with four children, and"Mac" irrigation, but we are fairly cer-i Mrs. Ralph Wise and baby son Communion Sunday (.'nnnuunior I

Griffis setting and Alice taro that we'll have drought t Ralph William are home from th. will be observed in the Community Service -
a | (Juantiiv Rights Reserved Prices food; Fri. and Sal.. Oil !. !
dropping for him. Sam was later in the year, and we are i hospital both are doing well. Church. Dr. Holl's subject will be I
scooting back and forth betweenour
making plans to use the tractor| Mr. and Mrs Coleman Phillipof "What Is The Lord's Supix-i I'
place and Curtis Griffis' farm, { .. _
for pumping water. I Tampa spent the weekend ... ""- -- -- ''_J'''' '_' ':>-- A ''''
trying to keep enough plants, S. relatives witl"'I Mrs. A. W. Starke and 'laugh f ft ft I _. ____!.;_ __ __.J.-' 1".. : _::__ .__'ii_! :
I in Lawtey. t j ter, Mirjan. of Chicago, HI ar>
ahead. But.. it. was soon evident
Little Happy Joy's bull calf is I Mr. and Mrs. with their t
Din; Wainwright t visiting sistei! m' law
that the children not
were being better again, after his first at- I
I and small sons of Jacksonvill and brother. Mr aid! :Mh: Sirloin
careful in taking up the plants tack of scours. We cut his milk j
i were Sunday guests of his Pekie. C
(tin fact they were ruining a great parents .
in half, and even watered the
I Mr. and Mrs. T. L. .
Sam them off and 1 1r
many) so paid : and
milk when it came from Joy, i!
took them back home. By the' he got over it all right. Now he, Rev and Mrs. R. K. Rutlani1 TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTIHEILBRONN -Bone

time he got back to the Griffis)i were in Lawtey Sunday evening i I II
is eating like a hog and gravinglike '
farm and started to help takingup a fat turnip.We j I' at which time Rev. Rutland conducted l r

plants it started to rain. It services at the Methodist
No. 2 milk
let Daisy our I i Club
in bucketsful and I Church.
came down We cow, run with her calf Petal dur- Immediately following I By Marian NormanIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
had to stop work, with only one at church service, the first Quarterly I
I ing the day, but shut her up
bed set and about 3,800 1 Conference of the
plants year was held. I
night so that we get some of her Porterhouse
taken up. : milk. But when Sam milks her I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelley werf
i I Miss Dorcas Karnes ot Lang
ii Ii I visiting relatives in Gainesville I
i in the morning she holds back ster. Ky. is spending a while with
But the next day we were back Sunday afternoon.
milk matter how much I
the no j her parents. Mr. and Ms A O
at .work this time with Truby her udder is massaged. She has Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch: Karnes. L6.

Griffis and Dave Tanner helpingus to feed her baby the big ox! .I spent from Friday to Sunday of
and as we had two setting last week with the B. T. Crosbyf Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Norman and

plants the work went much faster. Alice has what we think is a in Tampa.Mr. daughter Linda were visiting

But man alive, it tits really wet pretty good way of supplying and Mrs. L. L. Wainwrightand heir son and daughter-in-law Mr

work. Alice had rubber boots on, I children, and Mrs. Marklee Norman j Friday
greens for the hens. She weedsin Sherry Elaine anc1 night. >. ._ .. __, .. .' .. .h.. .. .. ._... __ .
but after getting bogged down a the garden and throws the grass i Louie Jr. were dinner guests of -, -- -- .. ---- .. -.. .. - '" .
number of times she discarded I''i into a hamper, and later gives it Ithe'! H. C. Wainwrights on Sunday I Little Carolyn01'11I.111 laugh I
them and worked in her bare feet. night. ter of Mr. and Mrs Annl! Nor
to the chickens. : Cello Lb
Sam had been wondering i Mrs. I man celebrated her :seventh birth
howj I Mae Wells and son. Ernest I WEINERS 38C CAftROTSG.eenToplBch19CBOLOGNA

good a deal he had made when he I Had a very pleasant time talking:I were business visitors to Lakelan I day anniversary Friday. Sept 2f

bought the bed of plants for $60, to K. C. Dmkins, who planted the Thursday of last week. Ernestis I by inviting her classmates lOtI'I Ij
but his worries were over when it| I I the cafeteria where her mother
in staying on at
oak trees growing front of our campus
became apparent that he had I Florida Southern served birthday cake and punrh I Lb
I' home. "K. C. told us a lot of College where
enough to set the patch (holding things about our place when it i he is enrolled and attending schoo' Business visitors to Jai-ksonvilh 38C POTATOES SLbs 33C

about 12,000 plants) .with some I was a flourishing farm. It takesa !i this term. last week were, Mr. and M"An I

left over to re-set or sell. Just Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. cil] Norman Bill Green (iwi1Crawford.
know Anders
I long time to get to a farm, I and I
before dark the job was done, and i I Mrs. Erin-- Johntm' ;
knowledge son, Billie, attended
and we appreciate hearing services at
although we were both tired to from those who knew it! the First Baptist Church in Hamp Morris Johns. Red Link Lb Lge Yellow Lb ftC

death and soaked to the skin, I SAUSAGE 38C BANANAS .
WI well. When we started farmingwe ton last Sunday. This community exposesneii! "

were happy because what is our I thought that it would take I Mrs. Joyce Futch pent' thr I sympathy to the S I. Watsoi:

most important planting of theye'ar catch and weekend family in the loss of then on
about seven years to on. with her sister Mrs. J i .
was done. And one thing we were sure of: it was certainly wet: Mrs Allen Hall of Jai ksonvillejvisited j jI
enough time. Idell Durban of Jack on. I
enough when we set out our ber- Mr. and Mrs T N Norman
vile spent the weekend with her

ries. Some kind of doggone worms ; parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed DurbanAll 1 I Saturday.I I Sardines 25'flLetS11c;::
Because of the weather condi-I
I ) Mrs' Conner
are eating the foliage on one of i intermediate and primary Mr. Raleigh t
tions did
not our help s.
Mr and Mrs E S
much the oak trees in front. Wild I I children of the community are invited ; were visiting ,
per thousand plants, but by'
canaries discovered them and soon to attend the "Children" Sapp Monday.
the day, with the result that it I i I
the tree was alive with the pretty -I I Story Hour" which meets at the __
cost us $36.60 to set out the 6
little birds. We cheered them,i.Methodist church on Thursday : Jennifer Jones
12,000 plants which was more on as they ate. afternoons at :1:30: : under the I Ii Tall C Gallon
than we paid per thousand last,, I i Stars In Any 1/2
year. Hut the difference was that, direction of Mrs H E. Priest. I Mil K 3For 41 L LAR 0 48C

this year our plants were set out i Well, by means of a lot of pains i At Florida Theatre ,
taking work, we have a good TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTKeystone
carefully, and that is bound to1' 1 t

help. I stand now, more of Irish than a potatoes.month after Even we II Heights 'the A Theodore still iug lovetni Dreiser \novel" h"'d 1 i Si,>r Lb 6 bottle ctnRICE

still OLE L E 0 19C COCA COLA 21C
The next day we used the trac-I. ing planted up. them Question, they is are, is it worthwhile com,j I i: ter Carrie", will O"IMII hi
Mrs. screen at the Florida Theatre t Sun
tor to plow out the drain furrows,j Hy Sara McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
? We think anything is
so that we could get rid of some I i day and Monday.Star' iiir "'>let
of the moisture. The plants looked i worth while that helps to make' a are shared bv Jenmtei i jOin!'!' Rib Brisket Lb Chico/ Lb
of our enterprise. or
pretty good in spite of all the success 8' I Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Hannuir Laurence Olivier. anl, F.'i.l"' A1' I II STEW 43C I 2 33C

rain, and we felt optimistic. of Baltimore Mil. are visiting the bert.
The two rows of we havein
peas ,
Southerlands. Mi- Southerlami'f I The plot traces the p r -' ::0
the garden are about through i! .
But the following day we got mother Mrs. Walter Washabaugh tion of a simple, small-i.t .\ > "I)- -- -
i bearing, and as they attract allot I
another soaking and were afraid is also visiting her and will be here into a stage beauty. whose ; n. a I'
that the plants would rot before of insects (and we need the) for some time I. involvements bring (i ens i I' ',or I d

they got started. But as soon as room) we're going to pull them Col. Emma E. Vogel has returned -' self and worse to m.u '. 11j 1 1I LARGE
out and cut up and plant some STEAK; 68C TIDE 27C
possible Sam plowed out the middles 1 more greens. We'll feed the vines I to Keystone and is occupy j men in her life. I 0 I

again and hoed open a good ing the Nelson house which she ,i At first awed by thr r ,I.
I to the hogs as they are in a dry; '
drainage ditch at the lower end lot. purchased some time ago. : tations of the city life ( 1 u J" < ,011'I

of the patch. The next day however I Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Peed ( learns to use men in I N: t -' "''lg gl 1tI

the sun was shining and there have returned to the Park-of-the- for a career. -- ..
Keep your eye on one thing, and I
was a good breeze and the patch I Palms after a summer spent SiNew I Olivier's role as the n.l.ddle akeo

dried off a little. It looks to us another goes wrong. While we York. man in the spell of an II r"'ls' 'hit Swifts Lb Large iic
,were busy getting our berry patch L LARD 16C SUPER SUDS
now (and we are not experts) that Mrs. Aldrich, wife of a former woman is a brilliantln Ls
set out insects got going on our I
we have a good stand t If the polecats pastor of the Community Church! piece of acting. Miss i.1 s

will stay out) and that wewere ,row of cabbage seedlings and ..,"delight to the eye m-I \' -
lucky in obtaining sincere they r'allyhewed it to pieces. i hog set-up. The hog hotel as we .

and friendly help, and the wea- If it isn't one thing it's another : called it when we built it, has and Hopkins Eddie as Albert.the nuttic'a-! .:: ". ."' <.r Plantation' ; F Lb Large
ther was about. right.. going wrong!. I i! to several correct serious them flaws as soon, and as we we men ran'' young -al<,sman. le!' i '. ".M- MEAL

We're a couple of natural born We don't want to jinx it, butt I support The ultimate to an excitmir de-'n!I'- > >.

into'tater-disgers.the soil and We love dig to them burrow out we beans do and have if a good we are row successful of green along Higgie fine the and piggie turning is out coming to b.- ambitious beauty and I .. Cleanser Each Lux Bars

make a powerful clip1,i\ A J 1AX SC s SOAP 4 2SC1I'ii
with our hands. And we are especially -' with it, this will be the first time a very nice looking gilt. She ha ,

enjoying digging sweet that we have raised good greens a pretty red coat, and the same

potatoes because this is our first beans in the Fall. Alice has taken kind of face as Big Red her Groucho Marx ....
-- "" <- -- :>
crop of them that bids to be good. good care of the row with frequent -'' thoroughbred daddy. We'll breed Provides LaughsIn

However the weevils have us 'I dusting and hoeing. Higgle just as soon as we an

worried and we are debating I Park FilmTwin .

whether to dig i them all now, before Looks now as if we might get I Butch the steer that vart- Coffee MaxweIl78C Issue SCOTTsIOC
!i.n: hor >
the weevils get bad. a nice little crop of cukes from trying to fatten up is showing

the way the- cucumber vines are*signs of putting on more flesh. ai -hop are the ce"-,, .

Alice is pleased that her okrais growing. But .we know that lots i! While we are feeding him corn tion in a hilarious c< i.: / -

coming along so well. She has can go wrong so we're nor wor t j and cottonseed meal we look at co-starring:" Groucho Mr-[ \
picked a few pods, and it shouldn'tbe rying yet what to do with them. the rascal and start thinking of I ham Bendix. and Mav. ,_ __ _. --_._, J __ ,

I steak and the Park Theatre ; ." 'r'
lot and rib roast
long before we get a more.We ground

We have one big job facing us round steak, and we just drool. Monday. c

simply can't get over how and that is to radically change ou Butch is a dairy type animal and I:i I This rollicking io,, AI j JEWEL E L 3LbCtn 64C PRINCE I ALBERTMATCH 11

cannot have the wonderful beef Girl in Every Port" \k" h* I

type build and we don't plan to problem of two sail: H (

another like Butch. As we from the brig long 1'11'"a'

FREE MOVING PICTURE[ see raise it. it's like raising a Leghornhen of up them.an inheritance bt'l..r". :"' .,ru. i SNUFF Any Brand 1 InC 2Pkgs 15C
to have for a roasting chicken, They acqtt.:;: -* I

when you would do better with a horses. Intending t.. ,< |I

ATFARMER'S Red and sell the other the ',>.

plan to make a fu r"v. Pott- t

SUPPLY Alone with the other things we I nags wind up. how., . m White Rose 4 ft Lb MAYONNAISE Pint

are doing we'd like to get time to same race. with Grc.u. r. ,:i'TI FLOUR 6 9C 39C
I I.I ,
(NEAR S. A. L, STATION) I plant some sweet peas out in riding them. What hnr. .> "er'I

I front of our Roadside Market:i: that to the blundering s"ar ..Tair"

THURSDAY OCT. 9 7:30 P.M. I They are one of the prettiest the dumb but beantr i' Diane --- -
-- -
-- ------ 00- _
flwers we've ever seen. i. furnishes a side-split::. t: .,x j

I ;, The three stars a rf' -r sun

i We've obtained a bulletin from ported by Don DeF, ,e

Poultry Feed Demonstration ''I the a Government mulch, and on we using are not sawdustas in a Lockhart. I I'OTl'f I C garets 2.T 08I alcohol loe

EVERYBODY WELCOME hurry to use the method awe In Clrrnit Onrt.TO Bradford'l'pI' tit i .."nt,..
understand that it causes a temporary rioriilat In Chnneery.Gwendolyn .
shortage of nitrogen. Butwe'll Osbourn n
FREE PRIZES Plaintiff vs. Loradic Sh'
try it in the kitchen garden fendant. I -
., .
i Itarn to see anything what will unless happen.we We try.can't1' oti'fo To Appear. r., .- I-: _. __ -' # ._. .- '. -. : '_ _.' : > __ ., ,_ __ :: "-'=, _._ -.:-. ::. :.::::;


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:\ : 01' .rri.ifTioFOII -
r111:1:11: : :
Ilon.r Hill \'., 1VB2Xotif. i
( .- in hereby Rivet, ih >' M. ,
O. l.irrrll.( the holder ..t th. 1..1.! : "
lutrinn "rllrll'at b.\.. fil'// '.tid'': <
r.-riifnat.-.- fur a tax d..->d I.. ht- Isue.4 1.1 F\
th..rt-.n. The ci tifn( '.it, n ,.n.- NAT 0 N A L \

l.ers M'rh.tl"n and of years the of propertyInd i.-uaii i ,.;th. d.-I the i : \

,. .
as Barnes foll.iw.s in \:\high is \\ a-- "'d Ire 1

Certificate No. 1. Y.ir; of -- .\ ,.: i
lipscnjitio'1: of l'rCJllt'rn11| ihat c &s tl
Jol.ti.'n( ..f xn' of N'K', N .M K ofHlver. ,
., in ,Sec. 15:;. T. 7 S I II. I'1' 1 I.aore.s. I.:. ;r; \ a l ltPt

Name inhich aj--''>std I .-

known. low above older fur each add': ,,'al
anl l Ieing '''e, .
All of property
founty of Bradford, state "f t !J''I.-

da I'nlesn Bach certlfi.at., .,< < "> >- Fire Prevention Weekair,.
.fuateh"hall be redet-nifd 3'.d nff I
to law the property d.". nt il I I in
such certificate( or certifn at will,
lie sell to the highest bid i "i' 'lie
court house door on the fir'tI".. '
day in month of Noc.-mb 1 1'-,2,
which lb the 3 day of A'u\-i" ,: : ,
this 17 day of Septf mli.-i, ,r,
(OKKiriAT. SEAL) A .1 Thorn i i-
Clerk I of ('ir.-uit Court of Iiadf! ..r County, Florida. 9ill! 4t 1IU ''

:NOTICi:-1'01'1'1:\II 1' OCTOBER 5-11 }
In rtrruit Court Bradford Count I
Plnrlila In rhnnrery.Thelma .
. Robbing Hutchln'-on, IMart-,
tiff. vs. nol..rtfL rtuo Hut<-hinon -
*. Defendant. .
Case No 9::&1No'lrf
: To Apprnr.
To: nol'f'rtllJt'rtul Tllltdtln'n. -r----- -
"-h'.".- r'..'i'lenee and Rcl.l- i I' ".1" -
South McQueen Street, Florence, '

Nouth You Carolina.ar'. hereby notifi.-il, Th-it ftMilt _
for 1' \oivf h.iI"1 i :,..! ---We Are PROUD $
against you in the \
Court and cause and yu aro re r y!;4F _
e '
iiulrpd to serve a copy of vnur ,an. .sN
Fwer or pleading to the < omjil Ant
,.n the I'lailllirf'Uoln.'\ 7 > H I I i _
1LouuIas.I.yneh I'mMing, I.i _
r"iiville. Florida' and fil, lli- "' ,.K n \ fSJ
al in th, office of Ih. ri.-rk, n' t' I : '45
('lr"lIit Court on or befor- th id I I
d.uof (Irtaber, 19.V.,; !: ..\h."iu'' I OF STARKE'S MODERN ? _
iilleR-atioif, of said f'"Mip.i' ''It'. \ ; Q :t o
I) taken as confessed b\ v.i 'I 1 i
This notice( shall be puLl) >'d i < >
once each week for four consecutivew
In the Bradford County Telegiaph. -

Hated. this 17 day of P-'pt- ,:" _
193; !. .
(Ol-o'ICr.\T. SHAD A .1 "Hir-m"- Fire
irk of the rii.-ult. C ,utJ. Department i f .
.-y Marian 1. Cro1-!.}'. Peptnv Clerk 1.9. \ ;
!t2! 41 10 10oricn r \

I s r x' \ __ ,

> TO Ai-rnm .ate-
In Circuit (',mU. II rndfurd*Counts. j:, Y
Fl..rtint In f'''''''''.''1. i I IAVilliam -\
( K Turner ri.untiff. v- -t ANDIT'SRECORD -
Mary C Turner, lfen Case Xo. ::
9:691 a
... .
>n |re T."p. J) 0'
To: Mary (' Turner, whose rf'--i- $ a _
deuce and address I Is: fii Central OF KEEPING FIRE LOSSES
1'ark A\enue. Yonkers: New York.
You are hereby notified that a "
suit for Divorce has been filed r x
srslnst you In the above named I
Court and cause and you are required -
to serve a copy of your answer I' f ,
or pleading' the complainton
the Plaintiffs Attorney, Teach If. .

Douglas, Kla IOns, Lynch and file Building the originalIn Jacksonville k LOWER% INSURANCE RATES FOR ALLCongratulations

I the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 10lay
of October, 1931: : otherwise the
allegations of said Compl.tintill. :
be taken as confessed by vou.
This notice shall be publishedonce

seeks each! week In the for Bradford four consecutive CountyTeieirrnnh TO CHIEF CARPENTER AND HIS STAFF

Hated this 1* day of September
195:. r
Clerk of the Circuit Court
T.y Manan I I.. Crosby, 11"111"'I..rk ,
9/19 4t 10 '10

} I. Circuit\nl'I(('.'.u.'': ..TO. II mil Al>ford ri\lt(.....",y. I Chief I). W. Carpenter

Florida C.In Fischer rhmicerr.Siehert .Plaintiff, vs. A Home Fire Check ListEi'

., Clara No!Ire: Fischer Toppenr.\ Defendant.. Case Xo. 9:33:;:;!: Before It's Too Late' In Spite of all precautions

T<>: Clara )Fischer whose resl- ] .
deneand address is: i'nknuwn ( l':' ARE YOUCARELESS
You ate hereby notified that a 1 fire may strike your home s
l>lIlt for divorce has been filed j Q WITH
against )1111 In the above named fi Protect yourself against loss or I
Court and cause and you are required ,1 ? HOT ASHES? business.Replacement
to serve a copy of your answer or .
or the pt Plaintiff'"*.1inf- to the Attorney complaint 7.ach on 11.I damage to your home and businesswith WILL FIRE. j

Douglas, 503: Lynch Building! Jackhonville. STAY INSIDE I I
Florida, and file the o
adequate fire insurance. Are 1
original In the office of the Clerkof you YOUR FURNACE ? >>
the Circuit Court on or before I costs: are higher today than ever before. If
the 13 day of October 1932:; : otherwise l
the allegations of said Complaint adequately covered? If not, you haven't checked
will be taken as confessed \by your policies lately to see if you are

you.Tnis nonce shall be publishedonce CALL adequately covered, let us go over them with you toda> .
*.ich week for four consecutive 13 CAN YOU TRUST YOUR DO YOU HAVE A .'
veekt In the Bradford County Tel .
jjfh 'CHIM'NEY? -', SPARK-SAFE ,i
Dated this. 9 day of September, I .
1931 I ROOFj v PHONE 146

.t-'I'Io'rk( of aid CHARLEY E. JOHNS _
JI\ 1.1r..lI! I. I'rosby. Deputy )(
9 12:! j.urt'I'
\OTll'1; 'I'lt1'1'1':\ I .ENKHAL: INSURANCE: : t (
llrnUford Countyl'Ierldat
In Circuit Court.
In Chancery;
MaVr. Plaintiff vs William
Irene It Maher, Defendant. Case No :9340.Nollie : 120:! S. WALNUT: ST. STARKE. FLA. CONSTANT: SEHn'r-[; ( i: N iu; fill 11.111ti i; -
: .I... "iiienr.To I'
William 1:. Maher whose I Muff,! than a thoul and hump Are all' electrical: appliances
residence and address is' > n' M. I fire a day-nearly 400000 a -.tn i lean;; and in good working con
C'. ,\.. 3rd Avenue at 161>t Street '
l New York OK470: East I :-are killing people deroydltlOn'! ? Do any appliances or
161st Street, Bronx: New York. I ing property at an unprecedented lamps have frayed wires?
You anheieby notitieil that a (:" PLAY SAFE rate according to the National Has the furnace been cleaned "
cult foil' I Fire Protection Association sponsor and inspected since the last heating riit(' BUILDING
1)h-ore. custody of nlnot i-hlld, b t',\ of Fire Prevention Week, Oct. season? Do kitchen ranges and __
suvi'i"' ', alimony and mini I relief 1f .
oil stoves work well? i! :-
if" 511.Deaths I MAKE YOUR HOME
Lao :Keen filed against and you..metand in Ihf'1|I :"" '. :.. I>on't lake chances\ with fire. We han a last year numbered:!.- Are furnace ashes put into met } ) }(*",, ,I
nliove named Court I -I' 518. This was a record high as was al containers "
you are r-qmieil t" serve 1"lty of ;, :l.' ', the loss of 5823500000.i' Is NUT T100 MORE
:, there
property a screen for the fireplace ,
your answer.> the or Pliintiff'sAU"rne pleading: t. the i( '..'' fine I Fire Department I I hut t the I best way't tot NFPA records indicate that most'fire : ? \, 4' I
oomplaint n !

jo:1:: I.-iw\.. Neal KxcbaiiK1'uilding.I). llvanJr. .. m.. 4 fight fire I is to I PREVENT>> > it. As deaths a "minimum occur in observance"homes. | Are Is the the house chimneys protected clean?by asphalt \{.i\\mm\m- \ .I FIREPROOF I

\ ; ...
Jacksonville. Florida Fire Prevention Week the NFPA
inhe shingles or other fire-resist
the original ofloe
and (,10
<.f the Clrrk of the Circuit Court | Hut at all times he Mire ,\ouare fully protectedith asks every householder to go ver'ant roofing?
on or b-'fore the ; this home fire check list and to'' Is there any combustible rub WITH GOOD MATERIALS
1.:, day of October. P.'j3.':: ; i correct the hazards he finds: i bish hidden away in the base.

oth.-r\\ComplaUil- th-will nlleKatiiinof be taken a' c.nieised said- | insurance.: We'll he glad to tell jou how to save money Are there plenty of ash trays. ment the attic, or closets?
l>y y'u. ,. and are there any matches except 'j;l Are explosive ceaning: fluids
shall be tl\llh'4ll'd! | safety matches in the! house u.d'
This tin- le'' Weppn'datl: Our Fire Ih."Iartmentnd) Will Cooperate
(lnct'a..h w.-ek f..r font .-?'i- ? in I, on your fire insurance costs.
weeks in the Bradford C .1111\ Tle
graph \\ith Their Efforts:
1.\t..J tlu, 11 day ,If September I

Circuit Court
Clerk of the
l-.y Martin' L, -'ru br. Deputy Clerk ;; STARKE

1 Be Sure To Have Your Furnace Cleaned

CONNER & GAY Insurance Agency Oil!. JOHNS
See Us For Youi & Inspected Before Lighting

Fire Protection









Plumbing & Heating


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EIGHT nun.n'. (HTOIUi l; .i i"

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j Bo\ '-- am I ever all fixed up an,' i' I find if one add- a teaspoon of I Pl"- 1 11\ .' J ,- .I. m!r4 anHi \' d 1 i- :-1 a tl..n i-; :>--624: tli.nrun, ''I.f Taking:: has been filed in tli,t' "I.'h] ?.td.- \- K
I 10.:1, .'j.1 FIt"r'',!. ,'-1.1',. m"-I, s ..o.h 4744'SJ'Vet: ;10; fret to ,limittUd, cause bv the I'dlio: ::1-1, 1': i let
I no place to go but a funeral'! H a: Vinegar t; ev:'rv of rice while .. ., 'ti.
j cup
1 1.11' poINT '.
I : : 'r t.t 'r on OF REOIXXIXO of 1t'h" .I i th. a. nuirinff authority i.f this:,e \1I \\I.i I' tilI ,.,
I Anyhow that is what I wante''d cooking the me will not stick I j i ..1 .uu parr t'N i lOr land 1 h.'r.'i i' 'h"1 .lit'-rlne. !! thence run South 4'; ;!4'-i''I];proceedings of the taking of tli I",. Pl'l I ..s t .
ILL I : il-'nl".1 and the following, 1"0'-1 :J ly..-t ;JO) feet to the end of dlt'h'' ;il.o\f! described lands for the p-n -
them for to wear of eveninshfi : ;;s be nice and white and kernels
Hitog'thei with all unknownji.ion I Il. rnt i "time Containing .O;!:! :len' I Ini 'i. set forth in the p..j..1 I to!: > -
: when there is a wake s I is stay apart 1 Il' ) ilaim.ng b\, through or un-' ; .tit. ..r less ." t .' ." r.>.:l1t.f O.it. 01'.1 :

: 'd'r kn ixx n persons who are dead. or I T- x n. ,1 x .. ., !ii' -' il ; ... -. :u il l 1 1''I i i .\ i 1'.1 :
th' often call out her..AII The out here has jr
y so it : County Supt. known be d. iJ ,. .." ',,'. .. s.., .. .
who are not o-: : n' ::'l' 1 1.' : sjj: J':. ..1.1ltr..H..nl f .e ]\ ij s ..:i .1 :. !
& I the friends gather here at th ie offered me a chool to teach ifirid !,alive : i I' "' i .I:t t..t.. l.i"ad -' :". i III r.iadfoi i I i \\1,1', ,
i 11. ; '
Mortuary to sign the book a I wanted it, and would get my I s..mi"- and addree T).>ro'lu' "..- ..1 V. J4 -- I.i' : ,, : I'.. '. L. I'"1.1..r! ..11, and. t.t!, J..hn. ,\ II i 1L I::' a
Mall Kutoni Beach Florida: Jen-I .- '_..: '\ :SID: N i idtr. on ,.f Mi. Ju.tc.-\ : ti. l'.i
?llf Lura gurqess Afolirhercin !I see the remains, I got Don tnew w 0 Nebraska license How I did I nie hall Daytona Beach Florid: .- : .3;; ti'at : .. .4 ,I.TL.tt ,1' .,.t <'"un in tv, 1:1 I:IK'I::' 'I..l: I.1.,1111 : :. .t \
Leroy Dell Jr. Address I'nknown.; .. \ t.f Kl,, 01.. \r :. .1,. :
--Ietht"Z.: N _f31t_ neckties for his birthday. I laugh at that for it made me sr j par: of: : .' d'J.
j' Albert Albright 19161 Ervington "1 1\ of Sept. !tutor A 1'. .i*
: ate lunch with my friend Eli,e, happy altho I er-mot take theshe I' MI'iet. Detroit J. Mulligan Ida J.I >.P'P': t. of SE', r.f ::. "t :'''i ?. "nk ::11 the att.rn "11 thir ..f, .

\\ I laugh until the dm Even in thL business of burving 'j and she gave me a nice apron job nor leave my | cozy home. II I,M"i da. ":-itt, R. F. D., Lake Butler F: '1.- T; n.'x "" .l, .i''' '1 'iM.uth.iL ;;- '. feet. Range each .'>n:de I'.ax -<.:f I'I.,t'u'"nuit'Irt llous.Curt, at tiitbrr.t.a! in-xiIK.l 111 FI"rI'C.tin'!..\. '- ; .',,

tree shake. heir lea\e and I the dead I can have deep sympathy made and an African violet an d thought of the tide 20 years ,, .td il.I, .z'u: : .-I'ibcd ditch itntt': .
agog Section: 2 qI-Z-;; ) St.- Ib )liii,. i '.ttiim..mi i n the Ea.t I lint, of n-iiU-t satl: r vlirrinn i ..f Tat \\'j'!. I \j .1' \1.) '

find I am sitting on top of the for those bereaved, but step: I some other flower slips It wa s when I so much wanted to j 22": 9 llradford 1'ountx I NK'I .f XI'1 of Section; 11. Town- '. .,:.,n, ;'.: .app' ." -" :,' d I m.ti;,.'
Parcel Xo :20 Right of Wix ,
norM, so to "n >ak. ( out into my garden: or come up- the happiest day I had had for a I lived in Indiana and had a sue- SKI> No. 20' i ,.hlll| ti ttiith J.I'I ise" ::'u East. at .1 ,
!I' 'IIH :::711.J te.t, SoU'll f Nol'hrlt '
I stairs with my dog my hubby !: long long time. I got home before !- cessful grade of 98. But they said That part of the fallowing described ,' oi nn' i.f -.ml I Srrt'''u n. thet-.

Laughter is pude's last reiuge.; books and flowers and I find myself I two o'l'\\: 7. feet 'Q th- '

The sure and cool retreat; I all happy and bubbling inside -, have been working on the: van d\I. party. I never believed politics of Nt", of S\\Vt of .s.. '. ii beginning 1 Snii'lua'i. : ; vf!i.1 curs,g i.'i''lIl'.I\IottlII": to th-t"t.'TnJ '

In mockery no surrender, I with happiness This past! the Towi'.hip: 6 !South' I',in-Tt' :J 1 I.I.t.'I f... t. 'h\ ., N..rth .
i I I'-aned my flower beds and pout ut: should be: ought: into run We-t 11':2 feet f..r p.., ti' .' '''> nl run aIv .- .r t Pq

In mirth no defeat week. I took a notion to KO to I, tulips hyacinths and still i. I think it broke my heart Sl'hOOls'l i ginning, thence continti' W", -' J."t' 4 thiugli along a said> :1..1
When what I have is given j Sioux City and shop. So Monday They will all be very pretty nex:t I have learned to do many other :feet to Northwest coin-i. ..f :M: < to a point on survey 1 Lc! of: :-1..'.. )
I nf of Section is. ii
SW1 T.\\u-I..i',
And what I had is spent, night I did the ironing, and early!I ; R: i. 101! 'i v. tl'M'n J:* .. .1"i :1.. '. ': DE LUXE 39 INCH
( [ spring if they live I cut th e things and learned to laugh and;:South. Range 22 Ka-t: Mi.. m. -,,"ith j I .i- :-:1.1".n: -' 7.s,. ''I,. :

The straight back broken ''I Tuesday mOl ning I called a lady I| mass with the hand mower an,d be merr. la211 feet along AV" "-t I I.. i r'.da-i. 1. ,: I 'ie I X..rth -.. .' \\--l '", . e
'I 'of thi- X1of :Sl'l. th. M 1"I't::
The head b nt fiend who !lives Sioux IMII \..rtli ? 24' A1.-' ii r
straight -
in City ]ihnve been watering it with re- There is not only a good dealT 210 ->:?: feet. tht'H'' North I L"o: Let I Ito th ". '
ict' run'orth 4" ( \t' >
Fortune shall never keep me and told her meet for lumh.1 j.1I 1 1l point of beginning in.l ....nll.II- I
to me .
I l I suits that green is srowing up. of fun II. | fret theiii run Nor, I, t1lrr'1 ,
6 '! and ] :\E'I of .
me; arris vine:: in
Under her lock and key. I dressed and out the new I 7J: to i in South L' -l> ,
up got lam right proud of the lawr i I. but even religion in a hearty'SW, of Section IS, Township| 6 SK'' of
SK1 of .
I Section T I !
nns.tilth -
The wind blows over; Fold sedan and away I went. Don I WHOOPEE' I am a propertowner :y laugh. South Range 2J Fast h :ng; wi'hlni, ] '; : U.iiige :20! Ki-t il I. i. i GAS RANGE
;.;.0 each side of li.e ofState .
i feet -
The heart's still free. the -uixix North "i :::6' "'eft 21 i f... to .
me $10 just to spend in i ;
gave I have bought the vacan it The lower animalcan't laugh Road S-229. Sectio-i 2S5I:; siI,1: jr't'Y | t
point -ign.tted II..r :-- .
"I. i tat '
-Joan Aucouit dime store. Whoop! It was aI lot which I have ,been gardenin,g and the devil won't % line being described as f"I-1" i! .;. ,ii, 'h. -,illl ..t( .d d : 'n,: 1

lovely day and I bought two new lowttvginning on the South "I" Iii..i 1 I g ..1: .! ''I''' : 2895O
I for last two :years It is jus>,t So I say let the devil be sours ..f SW of !SF, :1. nf .se. ti..n IN.; ,: L.- I Ii ,, QjQI

It has always been easy for me dresses: : one a black crepe witha Ii I across the alley and really belongto and mad. Eh ? I for one will, Township 6 South Range Z-:. Fi-t: I i- .It', ,I. 1\ l J.1I .1 \t .
to laugh. Likewise I can shed a at a point K20 feetVVt .t ih- .
this It to b \ i ., -I 1 h ..I I II II., .
is thed
big light blue satin bow at the place. going laugh and sing my way to Southeast corner of said ;-.1 tionIS .
tear easily. But for the past 20 ,' .. ti.n, |. -I I I" .11'] I," i I'" ,
thence North Iii 1i'S' \\ '.r
| deeded me so is project an will to run .
to my sunset of life and hope 1,11.,1! I .
Gloria tuurl
neck the other a SWanson .n .l.1\
; !
I have laughed HT1 9 feet to the beginning: of a .
. years my way I !I I hobb I will sell all potatoo s: meet Savior with a smile anti curve concave to the Southwest Ot tnlier PI: :iJ. t t. '. .. : I ..: '
through life and found it goo l. make in a dark Purple taffeta '' title i iotere.t. I ..
I|: onions and such that I do not nee d'I: be happy to lay my burdens do'.vn having a radius of "iTJI:!: 5S feet and of ll. ,,,"
y"1I. IX. !In I" I
'central angle of < :!5'; thence run
---TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT---------------------.--------------.-TTTTTTTTTT--------- ito!1 the local grocer and pay fcith. >,r for the young to carry on Xorthwestei Iv alongaid\ our55S \ .' ,.011.! txx ni::: il I. I, 'I. t It y Wr

I i .' lot in good time I am .s 10 : until next week. God bless .::.1: feet to the end ..f < nrr. shoo ..Ii-. w I.i. i iMut I. : :1 r. .
Bye 1" '.!iKi I TI! t I t. !

NOTICE! PLANKING TO MOVE' ? happy over my venture. Of cours ie you all. :theme 2562.95:; ; run fret to North the liestmni'iir M: U"i...f :1 ]1'.''-' '" -. t i', I III, dI. .5
1 I. I' :
I I am counting on Don to help m.' LOVE -LURAn carve r..n.'aI" the N..r'h'I -' .
havi'ig a radius i.f. 19n'IsI} : '; f....i .1'.1 I 1K1 1 : N"TII" i iDEADv a

'r" -.'""\ i Let us do the job for you com- ,. with my hobby. It will be fu n __ ___ a central ali l lt. of I1 41 ; tI'!" 'n' 1
and profitable I hope as it ha Vorthx\i-t.11\ along -.j, .iB24 ,'
ltB.AL\\RU 'SON plet l'. We operate t local 1 and long !been J in past My deep frees' \uiicL; 'in UTIW :! 44 f....t t.. the end. ..f \01'\ ,.. '' 0
e swwt.ru J. distance anywhere in U. S. years. t'I.n Circuit Court 1I..Hor. Countyn then e inn North :2?:: ::51't 1r >
MOVING and cans filled on the shelves cai F-liirttln: In thnnrfrr..lanif 1 III!9 :rti f..1 t.. the -I 1 Ii"; ? ..t!.tXI
_6L' ) I r.irHott. Plaintiff v-. Mary 'II of s.ud .s. .'t inn I1 it, .i P 11' r. ,, ,
1 ___t1.IMtrti testify for me I am happy ran ;" '
s i. H>'le'i hot t I. Ii..f,'ml.tnt 1.M1 Lit South: of Xor'lux\ ,. ..t-
: Phone 311 1 or 250-J ]intr' things in this deep fertilI le l'a-e Xn 93S1r. nor of -xiil S' tion lx I',mJ I' one -. t A.ey 1+,

i I black soil. I never have to fei, \uttee T.. \,H...IP. I ITH ,i< 1'11"1", or les-: t \. i'. i .: t \ ?
: Mu >' H-'\1' ii H..tt. win.reM- Isting road -

. I i1izt'. il.lii.. anil ...1 l',fir -i-" Illei.nn. \n- Is owned \lx. : D.'r'thv. III, .tnl /
Excellent Facilities /
Storage I,
; Jennie Hall I
HELPFUL HINTS: When ru t t- giuia. I
You arc Tn-rotvy notified that a 1'ariel Xo 4'i IJ'ult: : : \\ '. -- I
I I Ting up soap to use on wash da;Y'ISutt i for Divurce has been flied STID Xo 4'i:; LIVESTOCK{ ,, I H

use a potato peeler to out up tsoap. he against you in the above named The South 40 f,".f ..1 1",.' \\ ..-' NOW. MODfI tot
1 .
R. B. ALVAREZ 'Court and and you are rend -
It will dissolve easily a : 1') fret ot Ka-t :::1'1 1'I'! : i otSK1 fOR I "Sptaoh'
of your aD1 ,
to serve a COP LIVESTOCk CALtPhone
quired ', of !Section': "fI. '1'\\ i I. t p ,;
stK, 'k to the loihes\ d'wt'r or "adme l to th mnin'slnf ;: '
: not Try a .
South llange :;:. Kt-f: \.rl't| thiILIII .
i.iinrsMllc :tt1I) ollc
'. Lloyds I ( < t
Agents for etcher ], cos. mi the IManuiff Attornf\ in existing inad. Containing I 239.50
ding pe.innt butter] to cooku 1'i-v: :102 I'Hrk\ Builrtinp, ,7ack>-onMlli : ,
11,111 1t'-
a'r.II..r or 8.
Perryman IJIdij. S. Court St. .. Florida and file the originalin <
when you LI HIM, n.i\r, !M III :nat: : in 1 HitcifTlif. of the leik of the ; Is owned I li,%': Albert ,Albright FLORIDA RFADERERS, Inc. Less your old Range 50.00
:Parcel Xo 24 of \\ _
''otirt on or before the 20 Right ix -
i uit
Thl'II i hall!! '. them
!< ; a
the SUD Xo !4.
dic|: ..f diiohtr, lt":2! : otherwise
tint Havoi'h> u! ,'ookiny >..It.. "illt g.itioii* of said Complaint will be''. That part of the follow\ ing ,d.,- 1 89OO for a limited timeDURING
;rilied landStalling :
tik.n a' i Iu ifetd by >ou
.. This notice t-hall be published i it : from the Xorlhwe-t ,'IT-
... .. ::11. 1_ .;.,.- '.. once each week for four consecutive i I ner of Sf>ctio\ IS To xn-hii| a; s""' h. FRIGIDAIREi;
weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Range 22 Fast run :South I IT'iO; f,'"I i
gr't ph for point of Beginning, dome" .n- i
you aretplallllillg lutid tli: IS day of September, I rinne !South' i SSO! feet th.'n- .' I.t: !
P52. 1320: feet thence North \h'I :! L.t THEUE'S JUST ONE I
? i.jFFiriM. PEU.) A J. Thomas, ,I thenceVet 1.IIT: ::JO f..O'I" Punic I Trade in your old stove today on this modern Magic Chef

SUPERIORin J Clerk ..f the Circuit Court ,1 nf Meginiung aid lying in WI. ofN11'II FRIGIDAIREMade
I'M l.I-'II.t'I 1 i I. '4'r...h! ) 1'..""it v C'1t.rk : :: of Section is, TownhipSouth >> I i gas range -that cooks as well as it looks. Streamlined con
a new 9 ID HIOIO : flange :2?:* Ka-t h ing within

every sense of fine and upright 10 feet each side of -ur\\ line ntStatJ' : only by General] struction fully insulated, porcelain enamel finish. Modernize
MMK'is: TOrritit: i: Road S-229:?! Section 2s':(| stud!

modern serving and unusual carefulness home In (iriuil your Itraillnrd.. ('''""h. .survey line being derilied. a- .\ I Motors Corp. All other your kitchen enjoy better, easier cooking. Check<<
I'l"riili: In ( liiiierj.. I Ii low's: Heginnt'ig on the South lin.nf .- Electric Refrigerators

in guarding against needless ex Fr.III"-, Inn. limit, IMaintilt. ts ,' ,, SW, of I-I. of $,",'tion, IsTownhip '' are these Magic Chef features:
.. or any other type of l tlll\> > i I Iug.: in Hunt. I Ih'"lulalll. 6 South Kuig.' .'.' I'i-i: made by other companies
(:.-.. No -OSSNo : it a point I1JO: PertV..t ol I
pense.DeVVITT building call on us tier tuiirnr, ;rant corner ofaid Sei til.n .lIlh-1 1 and cannot use the word Swing Out Broiler Electric Timer

'|1'o tili\ti KiiKene /Hunt who!-. I thence run Xorth Sfi:\ 40'Js" .tI4.92 Frigidaire.
I -Hi( in. cod address i": II Otter :! feet to the liegiiining "i II I Red Wheel/ Oven Heat Regulator Utility DrawerS

11t.0'\. .\.indna Hay. NVw York : ,;curve concave to the :Smitlixx.i
I McMURTRY ) on ait hereby notified that a ]I having a radius of '.':!'> "is f. 't ..".1 I One Piece/ Top Burner Convenience/; Outlet/
C. JONES I -uit for ,.l central a'igle of ;5J.; ;; tliti I uh I (Want A GelluineFRIGIDAIRE
otitrnl ofnun. .
iHxnii.' iivtnilx and ( S".irthw-t>' alongrid 'ir'"I i i"iS
Phone 7 Starke, Fla. ."i < illl.lr"1 ;::; .".", feet to the end ol t iinx.'. I' ? ?
has lit-..n filed against you In the ;,i:. .-. >..r'h 4.'ii2s:! :! \\-t 2.j ,'', i

BUILDERSKeystone .il.o\f naiiird Court and cause and feet| t- the !beginning of a "iiiixt- THEN SEE I CENTRAL FLORIDA

f" 111I II II I ) on air ieiiiiied| to serve a copy of concave to th'' Xorthea-t htv ,n'" .t
I ) our answer or pleading to the radius, of |tO&! S6 feet and .t "'/111' 11!
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur Heights, Fla.] oiiiil.iint| on the Plaintiff's II ingle of !S 44': thence rrn Nortlinesteriy \
i .\"..rn..>', Ray S..ld"n.&oldf'n 11> along said curve h.M: 44 E. H. SMITHTenth
local funeral home enables 03 to offer conveniences and U\I 1l111J1g. t'.i\tona leach ;j feet to the end of cui\e, theme HIM, GAS & APPLIANCE CO.
I ESTIMATES and ulr the original in the oTflie of I Ilb. ;North :!"..31'2 We-t 10".::' feet I"
services not otherwise available.We .. Clrrk of tli 'Cucuit Court on' the: West line of X\\i of -ml iec-' i, and Temple Ave.
I, CHEERFULLY GIVENKHYSTONK or l before the (lion 18 at a point l.'l'Mi: leet ...lIlht
I 1191' ( 'all St. Phone ::Mil
Starke. Fla.
I :L'T! d.t\ ot id tolii-r, 19Jothfiuiv ; -. :, Northwest cornel of -..111 -".".t tionIX Starke Fla.
1 I I 6 111I II I I' II I
the allegations of lIald' ] rontalning .'14 acre. nioie or

furnish"the highest type service! at lowest prices and I'UO\E COM.plaint will be taken as cunf s- ]less, excluding existing mid -- I.,, .
led 1>V you I !>. owned b\: LeroIV11. Ir
accept ANT life Insurance policy in force i issued by ANY 3381 DAY This notice. shall be published ]fie.: : el I Xo ;'6'! I.ntrt'.il, Ititth I.ft
once t'adlI..k for four consecutiveutik Station !sun': .NO, '
: -- j
company as payment in part or in full on a funeral. KKY.VTO.NK: 2451 NIGHT in the r.i.idfurd Count Tetegraph : J5962.4That; :' .

Consultation carries no obligation \ | of
part :
Pttxl MilI'1 day of Septellltiel,
of of Section \ .
SK of S\\, X\V'i, '
I*::;'. 4 e
; 5. Township 4 South, Range "=
tutFICIAL SEAL) AJ.. "Thomas ] .
Fast j ivng within 10 feet each oidif -
Clerk of the Circuit Court i Coke
f the following described diti I I..
I l\ 11ntn\ 1 L I ': ..\\t\. n..plIlC'1..rk is so
!9:26 4t 10 17 1;'enterlmerommenoe: on tht'f
me of X\V4 of Seition H. Town
1 hip> 6 South Range! 22 Ka-t at ..
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE In (irrnil ('otirl. llr.-nlf.Vril Count?,
point 12P6! feet South of :North
Florida: In ( .li.inrrr).
west corner of AT I :- tt1 .1.( .in .\,"IrPlaintiff.| v> '
run South :212S': :: Fi-
.I I hn T Viiil. i-nii, )Iittendaiit. i :
n9ft: feet to the In'ginning ot '
ease Ni. !'i"S9 ,
'IIr'I.'a\ .' I.t the \.1'111.i gootlvitll a
Order or 1."hli..I1.. \iiil Niilire lit !
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hating a iulrt', nf I1'1' ; ft 11 .IT.j
tpprar. Mate (If I'liirl.l 'In
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t "I I il! I IlkllnXX II .. II. '
14 t f. 'r I. '
hided in app.| | .;ii 'on ,
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'111 i s. i i" I I
'rr : .n tin. .iltt.x. nau.d| ; "
01 i i .-' xx h..r"11I plalnlll't, l' (
.. barbecue
I : ,d-: :_ :' d I. ;: I ,
Aw "I 'I.t..dy and < ..Itl' t.1 I Ii x ;
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i- ',. .' i i pil:.ll-h tinn i d" i
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end' nd. offii. !I,41 -. I II( 1

il.i. hi>> S< ph| ml. i Let tT! New ValueWITHOUT

\.1 \ J. Thnin.i-. Wash Your Clothes
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Low-Priced Duo-Therm Circulating Heater with Superb New Styling ,
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panel! front. e Waste Stopper keepsmore heat in .otherwi. th. allegaU.n- >...,1ntplar FLOIVFUS I
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e Rich brown finish with contrasting :your home. Fully.
brass trim. trols. Automatic Draft Minder. This Lit: e -h.lll!.! be puU>hed'I I"n'e FOR ALL OCCASION: ? II I
each week f. :
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!Ir.: I* I 10 17 I DISH GARDENS Huff'soniething special abut food '

;n The CJrruit C..ort Of The Eighth i C

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WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE'r subdivision BRxnFORpVifNTT..f the State. a..f political'Florida: I POTTED PLA.IPC9FLOWERS

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,i OCTOBER 3, 1952 "1' \Iot MM-l '

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I Methodist Church St. Edward's ChurchSunday I ; .
it Mass at 9'15 a. m.

Starke The First will observe Methodist World Church Wide of I Weekday Mass 7 30 a.m. I I I A hymn is born of a casual remarkLike I -" I
f Children's Class Wed. 3:00: p m ,
I Communion Sunday, Oct. 5, along Keystone height'Women's manx another temperamental artist Com- eongs. In his early thirties he migrated to Indiana,! I II
t Ii with millions of Christians around ( Club t roser Josip'u \\tbster had his off days. So when and in 1S57 settled in Elkhorn, WIS. When the i II I

i the world in the 13th consecutive Sunday Mass ht. 3rd, 5th Sun. he sauntered into the office of Dr. Sanford Ben verse writing physician Sanford Fillmore Bennett I
he usually hung his hat and violin, moved to the same town in 1S61. the two strut t e
observance of this significant day 8 nett, where
11 a.m. 2nd and 4th a.m.
up a partnership in the production of sheet mush -
Rev the doctor knew the musician was in the dumps.
in the Christian calendar.
After six Bennett
Confessions before all Masses. year had learned Webster likea
Thomas G. Mitchell will preach at "\\ hat's the trouble now? Bennett as'iieJVeb: song book. He had soon learned that the be't r a
who had his back to the physician and the
the 11 o'clock Church service or eter. prescription for his partner's spells of melanchoi': fx
the "This Do in Remembrance Church of Christ bio>e. was a batch of verses to be set to music. But on' i
sermon topic, Corner 10th and 1c.'lahonBible "Oh nothing" came the dejected]: reply. "Every that Autum day in 1S67 the doctor had no remedy .
of Me, and the Communion thing will be all right by and by." in stock. But Webster's casual remark had g ivn V
will be administered a* School-10 A. M. The doctor turned back to his desk where he him a theme not for another of their popular
the close of the service. Duringthe Preaching A. M. and 7:30 wrote prescriptions a profession and verse as songs, but for a church hymn, l 1 I V
afternoon Mr. Mitchell wil'take P.M. a hobby. "By and by." he mused "the sweet by While the physician wrote hastily at his; do=k i ,I
Communion to the shut-in Prayer Meeting and Bible Study and by." He paused, looked up at Webster, then two townsmen Joined Webster at the stoxe In a i
I reached for writing; paper. few minutes Bennett handed Webster three s'erif'; I
who will be unable to attend the each Wednesday 7:30: P. M.
Joseph Philbnck Webster was an out and out and a chorus. In less time than it had taken the I
service. The Holy Communion wil' Everyone welcome.Presbyterian musician. In the }:ast, where he was born in IMS.: doctor to write the words the composer had the
be administered again at the Sun he had been an of<.tine member of the Handel and music. He gate the melody a few rounds on his I
day evening service: for those who ChurchSunday Haydn Society ani a prolific composer of popular violin and the four men sang for the first time I i

are unable to attend in the morn ,::.iY I
School at 9:4: :). Ikere'i a land that tt fairer than dry To our bountiful Father above, Ret X G Kam will .
> begin his .
1OastOI ti i <' 'II "1'j.. '"
ing. Friendship Class 10 a.m. And by laith! ve can see it ajar; \ t will o'ler the tn'ivte of T>ai Higrmav: Baprust i hur,'n 1Sltn\ <1a ', \\ Dr R. J. Barber
the For the i
Mr Mitchell will preach Sunday Morning service conducted at for the father vaitt over way glorious gilt I) Ills 10' rAnd .
To prf/xne BJ a dttelliny place there. the fiJeuinys: that hts/ /luc: our => : trra.t\ off! _;' ., '.t.:
evening on the important subject 11 am. I Ml |It MM I I r XNMI
Lord Rrt 1 K: i"! s..11'1I
"Give God a Chance", as the loca' Wr shill/ sing on that beall/' 'ut shore In the, strut by unit litHe /
church joins with Methodist' \\OODLA\\X K.UTIVT 1 l hr+ wlit'luivt songs! of the Mr .t, shall mt m t/tIn I' -"I'/ ,':' ,1,1-? > ; .1 111.t11\ \
Churches throughout the world ir I CHURCH iiil u-'r YIII"II.vI"'I\ voirotr nn niece. fife sweet by n ,,1I'i i ;, I group by :Mrs' Earl Green am' Chietland .ith tint r. ''-"')OnI s HE\1\ .\MKKTINt: ,
the blessing of rest. We shall mret ,in :nut h j"'ut"J': '. I
a period of intense spiritual prepa I Aol u t.'jh! fee I Mn.. Ernest Edwards. Mr C.ft, > ,' er.r \\ ITU

ration leading up to the Year of 'The Woodlawn Baptist Church Mr and Mrs. Leslie Green are i la- .'\'! '1d ,f"1' !',mma :
Evangelism in 1953. Members of of L-iwtey extends a cordial welcome able to say. "Yes its a boy"'. Wr (; f 1\ JOHNSTOVNlUSSIONARY

the Board of Steward+ will serve to everyone to come out hear he weighed 'in at 9 Ibs.. 11 Mr :ant i :\:1': '; f 11.\| u-l; \ \I't ft. an'

as Pew Captains for the Sunday and worship with us. Sunday I 5 Jro rar ounces at the Alachua: Genera' :Mr and Mr Einest t Edwards, en
evening evangelistic services dur School 10 a.m. Preaching at 11 II II I Hospital. Thursday, Sept. 25 and tettaineit n -mall group ol then

ing the month of October. a.m. Sundaynight services 7:30p : I has been named Joseph. friends with i fish tiv Saturday : BAPTIST
.m. Wednesday night service II I
I :Mis G A. Gay spent Fr idat ir night at the W ill hoi.ie CHURCH

At The TabernacleThe | 7:30: -p.m.I A.. G. Flynn, supply pastor I 1)fUluec1 b7 Illustraec1 f'utli!" rtynd!tote, &rrrhim- -!---,-Ara-= I Gainesville as the guest of !Airs \\ e lie -.
I Jimmie Tillman. ;\'HI' s"->\ ,'ril! i uffre'i:! t.f the hos j I Sunday, Oct. 5 12Stirring

Saturday Night Youth I MI.MOUI\I: Mr- Mary Green Is spendin :"' .i t'M- "1"1: : .- li.isa, pin
Meeting at the Tabernacle termi- j j WHEREAS: In the all-wise First Methodist Church Launches Drive town area. The special committee I some time in Jacksonville with he holster I and Mr r_,
Emma Lou Tom
ratted: with a "Whom P" Bible 'md chairmen ,
appointed were- sistei :MrsVilli Si
i xxh.
I Providence of God, Miss Olive through I
Quiz, with the winner being awarded In 'Give God A Chance World Crusade Over-all Carnival Chairman. Brt1 I is :ill I"isonVe!! '\ i.h ho; !i n \t-tv sH-e>>
a beautiful plaque hand I. Elizabeth R.a beloved Member I Coram principal: Dinner Mi- M-: ,. M \ 1', ,I', ,i\rr\ \J! i ,:. ,'i '\ \\111 h. Every Night
of the local Woman's ChiistianTemperance I The First Methodist, Church of piopiiate. sine it marks the 250th
painted by William S. Parker. I Lloyd Dyal, Carnival Goods :Mrs I SI'i" 1\ ina: ..elf't. : \ t J' 1.:1' -
I Union for 51 year'has Starke launched a "Give God a anniversary of the birth of Johr I : ,1fhf 1 1I 1I Services Start M t
Mr and Mrs S. J. Grady whr Loca Whitten, Country Stoie Mrs
been called Home and I Chance" Crusade Sunday, Sep. Wesley, the illustrious founder of ------ '. ._. P.M. I
hive returned from a two months'vacation I Cain; Milk Bottle Toss Game' I : : :._ : : : :
i :
I WHEREAS: Her.or k in the tember 28, along with Methodist Methodism The time from Worl.!! < 1" .---
: in the north, were I Rasty Mann: Cakewalk .1. A \\'il
j Field of Temperance was outstanding I i Churches throughout the world a? Wide Communion Sunday, Oct. :5 .v
welcomed at the Sunday morning Hams and Bill Bigham : Solu( !r I Sl'DUIIT": ; T.M. liE 111: Good Singing
and her faithfulness tc part of World Wide Mission ofI i 1952. to Watch Night Service I
sen-ice. I i Cakes, Mrs George Davis, : Flint
the Cause, inspiring and I Evangelism. The Stewards of the Dec 31. 1952 has been designatedI Cake fI I i TONY (;o ZAI.E-i:
Auction -
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Powell of I Bigrmu' Pa ? Thi 'h.S.1l'
1 local Methodist Church received I a period of intensive evangelistic Piano
WHEREAS: She served as rade. Mrs :\1. 0 Hatiell' King At The
Jacksonville arrived Sunday even. 'I Leader of the first Loyal Temperance I assignments to visit the entire j preparations for the year and Queen. Mrs H S Andeisoi I
in? and Mr. Powell brought e he membership of the church this 1 of Evangelism in 1953. : :, FKEI A, AUSOI';
Legion to organized
forceful message to the Hebrews on Paul's: "Take admonition I here and having filled so accePtably I week to extend them a persona! :, The Board of Stewards of the and Mrs and David Mrs. : Sally Raffle! McCallum Bill Bighair 'It Was Night'First Son; Director I
invitation to attend the WorldWide !
several' Offices in the Unior; :
Heed" Mrs. Powell piano local Methodist Church headed by Advertising M D. Harrell. HII'Bigham.
gave a through the : Communion Service on Sun I ]\ .1\ i
solo. years I i H. Slade. Chairman will not Bill Coram and Mrs Mi The Church'ilh
I Oct. 5. and to participate in ,
day. I r4 iI
THEREFORE He it re.olm1that Callum: Mimeographing :'oIl's1 I
the "Gi\v God Chance" only visit the entire membershipthis Friendly Wclcnnu! i iI i
while shall miss, from our a program D.
we : Harrell.: Hot Dog Stand. Mrs Church I
Church of God Union the inspiring presence of Meeting at Oxford England week but will also serve af Bill Bigham.Mr. I, Baptist Hampton

our beloved "Miss Olive" we from Aug. 28 to Sept. 7. 1951.: the !, Pew Captains to promote the at Coram BOB GH.\; I'astor I'lihlic! Cordialh. !|I

Starke-8ji &: St. Clair Sts. shall cherish her Mentorsand look Methodist Ecumenical Conference tendance at the Sunday eveningservices No 1 on the explained ballot pertaining Amendment I Bible School l 10 :V.M.: H.T.l" 7; I'.M.: Invited I;
October. The :
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning forward to a greater: fathering adopted a resolution favoring I during Morning Worship 11.M l "Hour of Powoi"Wednesday ,---. :
faithfulness rewarded, Woild-Wide Campaign of Evan \\'. S. C S. will promote the at to school capital outlay funds ,
: Worship 11 a.m. EveningS where is I '. s 1'1."W : .
rvice 7:30 p.m. YPE Service and sorrow shall bf no moie geliMTi: in 195'J: ball branches of tendance during November and th the school conditions and I impioxcmenls Rev. D. A. Greek
Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meet Be it also Resolved that a Copy Methodism The date is most ap Church School during December : to he madeAt t' fire EveryoneVlto I'ossihl ( an To Hear VSTOK

ing 7:30: Thursday. of this: Resolution be sent to the the lose ot 1 tin-in- .1 -. < ," nIt JESSE HEm.EKT.. 3-12.: "
p.m. I I .. .. .._ ..
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Law ley i bereaved Family, one also to the. nirucii or ,n: t'S CIIKISTOr chickens, and Mrs: Carter enga N' 'efreshmeiits "'t'I" d'' 'h, .."..... _oth". '" .c.-....'. .:, ,-. ,_ ..."aI' '_1 '..' "

Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn I Bradford County Telegraph, for ..\ : : DVY SXIXT* one of the Silver Laced rooster, ...... ..-" -. -.- .--. -
fng Worship 11 a.m. YPE,, Serv- t publication, to the Florida Gone1 Masonic Tempi, Call Street. to keep for a stock roo ter. -

ing Saturday 7:30: p.m.1'FNTFCOST.tL I News (State Organ of the i Sunday School every Sunday Mr. and Mrs.' Bud Padsrett "on'
I W C T. U.1. and one enteied''I( morning 10 am. Sarr'smc'rt Services Lutz and Mr. Padgett's daught

HOLINESS 1 upon the pages of the local Unior I 6:30: p m. A cordial invitation Pauline Smith from Wn--rU!
nil'RCll I Recoids is extended to all
I\ were calling on relatives here lasiwtek
Sunday School 10 a.m. Signed: The went on to .1.n'ksnnxille. DAYS
Morning Service 11 a.m. Laura Siott Unum, WCTU TTTTTTT.TTTTT. TT..T. taking our Sundav s, II11P'
Evening Service 7:30: p.m. By: Mrs .1 T Qui ;le\ S,>(cretarv. Jimmie I.ang Aith,
Prayer Meetings Wednesdaj Mrs Jennie Thornquosl y
thorn We miss Jimmie when!i ate i r _
night 7'-1:) p.m Saturday nigh! Miss Susan Wallace
ibscnt He !to
is a great help us

'::15 p.m. I Committee | UIr., '.. J. L. Strkkland The Maxville church has . "I'' completed the new Sunday tit t'i."i'. .,' tv

'jAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. looms they began a shot! r _

I II I I HARDY T.\\"I.onI ago D. B. Lang went t tf ': ;'/ 2 SERVICES DAILY

ATLAST! j We were saddened Sunday work on this job Saturday

i afternoon to learn of the death of Mr and Mrs. W. M Hill II' I I' ,'
I Hardy Taylor, a dear fnendhc Fla. were told of our u-II' n' SUNDAY 11A.M. 7:30 P.M.
had spent all of this life in Clay their daughter. Mra Pan-

't and' Bradford Counlies He lived came to the tent one mu! is:' f ,," WEEK DAYS 10A.M. 7:30 P.M.

( near awlcy for several years the Conxvaxs The Hills hi., t I' n s
until about a ago when his interested thexs nt vl"' '..'h" 'rwe ,
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health failed following a stroke<: of greatly appreciate.

p.tralxsis and he had to go to live You an Padgett came up 'tin n-' You Will Thrill To The Gospel J
1 with his son, Arthur near Jack-
of time last Thursday to hli:'> I ,' --- D.
Dry Cleaning ''sonydle. Dr. Jesse M. Hendley Rev. L. HaInes
Strickland cut posts for tini; if- Singing
H,' leavehis wife Carrie, of Evangelist pastor
Lvh'V, ; a daughter Mrs. J. T. at the new church. Yougan hewei1"

Prevail! of Starke; two sons. Carl them until they looked i almost' CHOIR .. CONGREGATIONUnder /

o' Lavvtex and Arthur of Jackson like they had been planed. TV\

SANITONEIs x.ll; ; one brother Harry Taylor are really pretty The then st:.i't+

>v Middltbuig! ; four half-sisters ed sawing up an old oak tree the The Direction Of FRANK' EIFERT A Great Song Leader
Mrs: Cora McKinney Mis. Myrtle i had cut down earlier in the \\ t'ek;
Louramore and Mrs. Jeanie The sun was shining at ftM '>11.'

P.hoden. all of Jacksonville! and then is started. drizzling. .in'! :.'i i.

Mrs Mae Eversole of New Smyrna h rainjRg They were so puff'\ : ','
Available inSTARKE Beach13 grandchildren and one ip with pride ovt'r'hat they II ,",

greatgrandson.He doing they hardly seemed to Kii"' ][

had requested that Rev J. L. it was raining and went i l'h' .,' 1RET'VA1dear

FLA. ', Strickland would conduct hip working. Then when quittuii! :; .u'
funeral and this was carried out came at 5:30 I had to go m 1' i '
with Pellibbs of Jacksonville tell them to stop and cnn >' fsupper. i*
does look to d!
It ire .l I
'issislmg The service was held
they old enough to know \\ h.< <
: nr.ml'h Monday Church afternoon at 3 in o'clock.the Long to come are in out of the rain anti i .d"! < This Great Evangelist Bring Soul Winning

:1 old enough to know xxhir 11'
l"tt-rment! was in the church

I' I \ I I I inidged n'\ Messages From the Pages of the Holy Bible!

I Ii.t
11 'Piat.unily has our deeptsti

r .. :,. !Mix in their bereavement.
Thursday evening we weir

.. plenty of rain again and! .
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i I ': have many out to Prne-: e BRING
but neEd Shet-t o- .

f'i1 r "' .\lle., pastor of the Lon, (I.II't' (;. Hihllll!

i1 1 '.i h Church \\'asth uinr ;;: ,
'1.I 1. \ !: come with Rev Conway \AAAAAA

( >', '. :,el Brown of La\\tey. eumger I', T. V. MFETIM.TCI : : : EVERYBODY SOMEONE
I Iflr '
t / for this ->t i-tion now fn-1: regular nie *.' i

f s N re last week cVckinp or Bi.xikei I'Twas held TV.: ; .,, ;(!!i "
wanted fire lin's plowe, ruth:: :T the thool rafeterh: \ 't'I;_
the president Mrs HntrV i .

lvHickev tour daughter residing WELCOME WITH
r 1.1y S
.i! Sterling: Johnson were here T\.o nt'hr'I::*. yembe's r:, .., .. f t' -, t t!
"m Jacksonville Sunday. ('I'ram11.1 :Mir( DavId. \* ". '. ", ; "
r. f:11' !t-
Inr.e and Earnie Padpelt were rttoducec t.i the sr np bM": ( -r. ? I, ib'I'1 :

\ l"ltmgretatiws at Clay Hill Sun- Wait. ;;"-
It.1V The Standing Commit' e d' -' -... .. '\ '\ ,

HAVE YOUR L OTHES SANITONE-CLEANED TODAY! Gertie Faircloth says! she is going men appointed were: Men'be-! ,i, .w.. ;..'-'ZHJ..to .... tII'if : --.....-. -m. '. ... l '<.*. YOU
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to take to staying at the ten Mrs. Bill Bigham: Progra M-!: u :.w':

all day Sunday so folks won't H. S. Anderson; Budget. He :'
rnorroa core and stay so late they makEr Anderson: Home Room Mot!'.-"1jMrs. -
f / a 1ar >r late for Training Union. Sa>'ss 'i J.Y.. Thomas. Mr Rs-, "

aaStarke ,:t. will leave word if they want U. Green. Mrs Bill Bigham MrS H
sot' her to come on over there Anderson. Mrs Lloyd P\: \\ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE

MxrUe Booker and her mother Mrs L. A. Mott. Mrs. Ed I,*" -

Dry Cleaners & Laundry ..n.hlrs.! Carter from Jack- Mrs J. W. Kelly and MrA' :-

scnxille: ; called on us Sunday after. Ruas.

PHONE 2S-J STARKE. FLJ,, noon They fell in )o'eith ourc'ler Phns wereade: err t-. .H\ FLORIDA
',! Laced and Buff Orpingtor ween Carnival! which will! bSdfirdiy -> -.<:":
Ort 2Vth: in the df>.\r. ---

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1I I Marion Cassels Francis J. Kinard Recent Birth

TelegraphTo I I How to Can Cranberry Sauce : CONSERVATION FARMIHGHy I! Completes Marine Funeral Held V ,- ,. :\1" .,'

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Be Honored Boot Camp Francis J. Kinard of Starke. .>. V d-\ S'eve,
leorse; Brown, Con n ationi>t .
;1'> for I' ., ',,! C!:':.. \\I <
11' .111'1' aunt the
Marine Private! First (OLto 1 ;* : pas: :2:?
Continued from page one -4---,,:,"" ....-- Nr ra Marion E Cassels. son "I! Mr ant1 war, died Tuesdax night S, pt I.. ----. u4
Lei,:, (',"iiner will serve as several of equipment which '! "
"'-' pieces Mrs Alver Oassols nt! :P'.arke.vi.: ; -.., in Glendale! Hospital. 1'.1131:".t !
ponds and an address by Robert "'1Examme- .,ii o: the Bradford Soil chair'j I it owns and offers for rental use I We Buy Sell
promoted to hi- Funeral ser icewere: ''vM ,
American business mar present rank recently
Vogelcr, Ndux vation: District Board of Super 'i to district cooperators in carrying'

held prisioner by Communist- ''MII'm: the next year Super. out their conservation farm plans when he completed hi? Thursday afternoon .it 3; o'clm ;. ,r

dominated Hungary for 17 months .! .- 1trt1 1 I
Sunday morning the honorededitors ; si Agricultural Building with al' transporting the district's culti Corps Recruit Depot. ParnIslarul Hi<> umeial borne I'ir.-i'ent O'.vwith

will attend the famou :iiiembers', present. V. R. Fergusor packer was discussed and Mr 1, S. C. ( .\US ANDTUl: I : 1 1 K...
Ki'V. Brooks 01 1 Ube: Bapti-i
regular Sunday morning gatheringof illed for the election of officers Ferguson promised to investigate !! During the past eight weeks ofi .
Renfroe Valley Folks at 8:3C: t tT tY ti ti ts ur the ensuing year. Mr. Conner and report as to the cost of building j i intensive training Pfc. CasttI CllIl:1lfI't! : .ltln: Interment: : J. Wainwright

Theme of the 15-minutf \\ .Is 4I!i the rie- er!': I'rty ittt \ :' o
a.m. A as named chairman and Lloyd one at the next meeting. I[ has become well versed in military Motors

program this Sunday will be "Thf c Oieen was picked as vice chair I The Supervisor of the Bradford: i. subjects such as precision drill >
Mora' 1 1i )'Ills K: I 17"
Country Editor" Deepest i Soil Conservation District con Mi Kinaul.i ,
man.T. first aid, hygiene, and field tactics > r trite
Root of a Free Press." K. McClane Jr. offered hiiesi >j tinues to solicit the cooperation of 1 1I j, The Starke Leatherneckva? .".(P. HI:.:! to Kath.e-F.: Stti.kla:.,! 'I einple\ \\ 'sriu'k I
Afterwards the editors will at- nation as secretarytreasurerto I I all landowners in the district ir !I I awarded the Marksman Medal or
daughter of and! Mrs E i'
tend a dedication ceremony of a i the board and asked for and increasing the
j I I ar ( preserving :j i the rifle range when he fired ?
weekly newspaper section in the Ivalley's } jars. Tops and edges; I 2. l It! jellied -auce is pn :i i II' ii, i' audit of his records. Due to the I productivity of our most important ,j score of 199 out of a possible 2f>0 demons <>f L.lk'l!> };rat i !.r- -- --
set aside uli-. 1'nui 1 I ''' soil of his wife he is I suivive.| bon, .-*, >!,
Pioneer Museum, { Must: be smooth. Get jars lids bon aliont :; mote n. : fact that a new county agricul resource the OUTfields during his weapons training. '

to house copies of old weekly papers ', and everXhing else ready. Wash boiiing hot Sauce into hot Ball tural agent has not yet beer ,, pastures and woodland' Branch Kinard t\\ o dauih) :< > D PEFlL

and other memorabila. Bad* \'I and stem cranberries. Put 4 cups Mason Jars. Fill almost to top. A ; named the .election. of a secre I and :offer free of any charge as ,,I In addition to firing the Garand its:. Frances lluuell of M.mif;: .
hirr. and cranberries in funnel will make tilling: easier. rifle for qualification he witnesseddemonstration Ga. and Mr*. Hawk--1 I
editor is asked to bring with sugar: 4 cups tary-treasurer was postponed unti' sl.l I')nee in planning for proper us* Daphne STARKE FLA
kettle. Boil 5 minute dd Wipe off anything spilled on jar. firing of the machine I S. ',
an old copy of his newspaper for large the next monthly meeting I and treatment of the land as wel' Spartanburg. C : and two 111. :
2 berries. Boil without stirring Thiis open kettle:! ( inning so gun mortar and flame I .
era Randolph Kinard. Ore.ei.! : Fri.. ti Oct. i
placement in the museum The supervisor al"o dins uss t* as the rental: use of equipment tc ti. I
until skins of berries t. I work fast thrower. He also fired the .If
and Cat roll .
Matthews will contribute a pho and! :adjusted! the it-nta! rates or carry out soil! conserving practices I City Kinard lit t r.air-: I I111. '
calibre pistol carbine. and,\ Browning \' .' HH, IHU'Itl.K: 1 I Ml <
tostatic copy of Volume 1, No. 14 : -'-g / Automatic rifle

of the Telegraph dated Oct. 23; 'I18i9. .' ) IiJz"". FFA Chapter I I Marines Taking Pfc. Cassels is a graduate of ,--------------------- ANNE of the

The original of this i issue f grt .. ,. Bradford fount High SchoolHe

was discovered in an old trunkat ,.s- \ Men Now With 1 i- .it present! home. on tot1!om.ie i Television
Sells Two Steers
the Archibald Johns home sev ; .," One Dependent INDIES

tr ; _. fCHARLES
eral years ago and presented f' ) \ -a Jll '
Matthews by Mr. Johns' widow 71 IA I >In :Seir: "; :at!! the Bradford( ('hap.I I Tlie los.al Marine Corps recruiting "

The original, however is in a poor < i FII:tit < Faimers of America sergeant at Jacksonville ha I \\ilh Jean Peteram! i m

state of preservation and cannotbe I v -ulc,,:,! tt\0 Hereford steers one announced recent changes in en FOU RENT ilutirdaii
displayed, therefore Matthew? r l 43' uv/ I AM: ) --
:\eifching: L'SO' pounds, bringing 27'ei hstmentauthorizing the acceptance
had the photostatic copy preparCl1 I ROOM Whistling Hills
to the museum ;> 1 pound or a total of $75.60 I of qualified young men ir
for presentation s t t : \\ nh .,..hllll >I.,. I U ItnmnI'ltis I
"t This stt't'was born in April. I Reserve FOR KENTAPARTMENT I
ii Marine Corps providing
vw S the I I Ii >enal and ( 011.1..1.
Recent Births The other weighing 375 pounds they have only one dependent. l i --

sold for 29 :3c per pound bringing I !I I I \Mt r-: ;t Sun.. Mon Oct. ,5, (6;

Mr and Mrs. J. J. Reid of of ,\ 1.1'I I., i, H born total in of February.$110.62. This steer war J I Prior to this change only qualified :, FOU KENT PRICE OF t .or.. n. !> A GIRL IN EVERY
the birth a
Starke announce personnel were accepted with. Tile 1 VALUE Ji NOTtllNtf.Our ,
son. Dave Paul Reid on Sept. 27 3. Put hot Ball Dome Lid on jar. 4. After tl jais ha\>.' cooleit I 10 These two steers were sold at PORT
no dependents. FOR SALE '
in Doctor's Clinic. Hospital. Screw metal band tight to hold lid or 12: houis take tiff !hands II: .1 I 1| the livestock sale in Gainesville.Mr. ; / \ \\ V -z I t. \\ tlh driMiclio 11r) + Muniilson -
i Band must be test seal I l.y pressing on lid. ifDome i The advantages entitled t c 1 r / S \\'
firmly aain; : jar. Ferguson bought the one \'r0 and William I Ilso B"lull
Li,. under the new GI Bill
of the Call Dome veterans
around. | PRIVATE
down evenly all tae way : that I \ Cartoon .. .
the chapter $110.62.The and l..at..1 "
brought w'
\V. C. T. U.T.EKU t.--e ordinary hand: strength. A I down orts down when |tre.-s 1 j, I such as Education Home anc:I. \ 6W7 l,( \ ''M

folded cloth will help to and st.iv tightly l lues. Oct. 7 l\l't
IN THE: (H'T- : KEEP: OUT 7 .f : -
: BELONGS hold the hot jar steady. }Leave huiMoff.: man weighing 625 pounds bringing to name: a few. were also em L4:1-Ji
REI-RIGERATOK. : --- The Model And The
TER: NOT IN ----' 21c per pound or a total of phasized. >

." ALL KINDS OFFICE SlUTLIKS:: $131.25. The Brahman was 12 i Complete information can to NO THESP.\s.-I; (; / 9.Q!jY Marriage Broker
(THE NATIONAL "'()In:.) Dinkins Moves I months old.
AT Tilt: TKLECJIiAI'II: [ obtained by visiting the MariniCorp f Uitli .'I'anll.rain Soul M-U"

Across StreetL j All thre of these steers were recruiter: at the post offic e i i POSTED I5radTins >

; raised on the FFA farm north ofStarke. in Starke on Tuesdays. His office
( art non and l.al..1 "w.t
F. (Monk ) Dinkins. formerltlocated : hourare fioni lo a 111 to

INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE' at_. the___ northwest corner 01 I'! Wallace I'.u! I hh.) RfimiU'i} p m -'7-':. Wt'd.. Thur. (hi. >* 1HK
45C eo-
Temple Ave. and Pratt St. hat (; IHHHLI) : FETI: ui

recently moved! to the southwest i .:,."
Rural Fires Hit New Peak Last A
corner of the same streets\ tin priri-s are (teCon"ii. ; our GOLDEN GIRLIN
r building was formerly occupied I hi Weather Resistant values air outstanding;: ( nine

Mi-Griff Motors a t < ; si sec for ,111..11. : Tf('1IN1t: LOC

,F a RADIO Mr Dinkins pointed on!' 'o>.'' s ithIiti (ia>nor and Oennn

the new location will proxuli. > ', i I ''qa w: Iay.tNI

4 space needed for expansim <'II Shepherd --

Sales Televisionand i to the widening; of Temp!' C rs' GIRL OF THELIMBERLOST
The relocated service st.it
Service .I UADIO> & TV
handle Pure Oil products .. \\ )iii Kutli N'elson and Lure
___ J II ____________ __ I ,, ; Sales and Service nlimlall
The station former\! )n TELEGRAPH !

221' N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 by Dnikins will be oper.tifu OGllb"1 \' Mk Ph. I':;'q+ Slarkt- Tin- Ijlf.-sJ \\ nrttlrw'-

t Crown, former\! .' .1< h ,scti 1 I
------------ -- -- -# --# "'QF -- -
STAKKE. FLORIDA G Duncan. The place i 1- bemje -
modeled and gill be OIl'IIt'] al! a :i.- '
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later date. -_ .H _. _. __ f. __. '_ $ -- ,_ .-

3 j N.. J. Johns Heads t

D D 0 District FEA

I a Vi .$Jt "

Norman J Johns. sup" \ I
x.. n :Rx wr +
I.I.tX-I'It'311" rome home.Ve TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTM principal ol Lake Bullet ?iiooi.- t
l>rninls<> you won't have to wax I A T T RES S E S ,I
floors twice a month.Vn. bought
was elected president of the Thm! ,
I'lastl-Kote Truinsparent Finish at]I OF ALL KINDS Flammable wood shingles enable fire to spread readily from building IT IS UNLAWFUL

.and Farm now Home we do and the Auto floors Supply once!!I District of the Florida Educai.ni, to bUlydln,n. In rural gas, whcls fii-nsteuds csa i ts' L...**.!. .
a .ar..I..m.. It RENOVATEDf4 .Association; at Cession held! ir ----- r..w -.....-. .u "..'''I'"......', -- I
:; An "epidemic" of fires in rural ,, mon fire haz.rds were eliminated. I ,I
Fill SALK Sweet Yell..w. Lupine Live Oak Monday.The areas is noted by the National ,, This Fire Prevention Week pro- I
Fri(-J. Hairy I Indigo, iiiw crop fff ';' meeting was attended by Fire Protection Association, sponsor gram i if reeommended: i
1'l"1II'lrolOnl.hia i e.rtitisdSouthland
Oat ".....1. Hiiy .trly: fe of Fire Prevention Week, I 1-Install electrical wiring prop
500 teachers fJ
before prices! ito up. Sfeil dryinij yR some omI11U Oct. "Wjl."Theie. I erly. Only a skilled electrician For
cleaning.W.. lluiniltiri, FLTHXITUHEHt'ullhul..tf'ft"d counties in this area. Bradford are more rural fires today I!!:has the knowledge required fer' Any Person or Persons to Engage in

nrooker. Kla. tf County schools were closed for than ever before," says Percy safe results. Keep power equip-

and the day so that faculty member Bugbee the NFPA's, general man- ment in good repair. I II
GJ-:XI"XJIndia Kormosa Azaleas I HefinUhed ager. "These are small fires for 2 Smoke care.fully. Never :
plants 10 to 1:! in. 12.-: each Well I might attend. the most part but because human'carelessness I smoke in barns. Careless smoking I II Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless
rooted and linuu-hed. Azalea cuttings HASTINGS :MATTRESS CO. I
Sill., too r"i $1 *:j. Camellia Thomas D. Bailey state super is the hidden cause of 'and use of matches is still the No. '
Japonieai., 10 to 12: in. 2;Jo II Box 230 Palatka, 'Ia", intendent. urged the teachers tt nearly all fires'the destruction is I1 hazard. ;
'h'h. Pi'.tatie paid.-l ..hrdereAzaka IIWAWUAAAAA AAAAAAI Xo inexcusable." I 3-Keep stoves and furnaces in
; n.lr.I'II' and NurservI'Nuline -- I i.irr j. ii OIMMI. juH support proposed amendment Bugbee calls particular attention good condition. '
The Name Is
Fame Counts, I!o'( iry.; 1 which would earmark aut Registeredo
Kitrle'on. Flu tf I \MM.I: lout to the increatfng numBer of 4-Protect buildings with fire-
I \TTI.ISMI: IIO(,' license plate mome fur st lion' electrical fires. Electrical fires resistant roofirfg. Cheney\ sparks I

VVAXTKIVGraduate nurse or si.isLite : uses and a resolution was aduptei1( have doubled he says. Pointingout II and sparks from ,-JMBY-res ..nd
lh-"" o'lt practical for grnrralduty I I'atntUa Oak End I'.nrh: 11rd"r.at Thiirxiln. > to that l'HeI'LHealth that more farms than ever trash fires endan:' KAlding I!

Hoetor's CU'iie llo>pitnl, (inlnektille ia.-li: Krltln, i i before now have electricity, he I 5-Store gasolin fP kerosene o
301 RCall St. Starke. Fla. tf I urges farmers not to do their own away from main bUhumgs, preferably I

Foil SALB-7-ronin home, electric i'IoTIt'T'OI: R :-IXI' UTIF.-:; Staff electrical wiring because."an ap- underground *I '
lights, runiuiiK water with fi acres I Fireproof Proterto Security Box, parently simple little mistakecan 6-Clean up trash and rubbish.
improved land, fine farm soil. beautiful 1.lnh"an- duty tteelbox. Attends Meeting result in a major fire." 7-Use lightning rods. Inspect

Sty:Facing miles east north side III of way Starke:301 about PriceSI. I $10 !." plus tax. Bradford At least 90 percent of all raral rods, connections" and grounds This Florida Law

.000. each r.ferra .\|>|>ly tit Coiaity Telegraph tf More than 400 public health: fires:ould us prevented-if com- regularly. ,
;Mi-8. Kverett: Johns INiT '11:i3.
Tampa 4, i Fla or phone SUrke FOP TIII: nriMMrr-Mixunn: nruie workers representing enl > sour!! '
:::!< lip 10,1 -"inn KiiKravt-d Wedding Invitations I -- "It shall lie unlawful for an+ person or persons defined: herein tocnxae
ty in Florida will assemble :r

VolS: S.LI.--"I' room house with I only nn Jl ih firm'.>:r> raiontint Bradford County paper, Jacksonville Ol'lober11: tm tu! t i : in business as herein defined under a fictitious name as herein d..-

1 fl\. a<-nof land Located near I Telegraph: tfj \s si : fin without and unless said fictitious shall he istered with i
'd. thf
<:iffi-t Loop Price $>T"i. MrAllie >> annual, meeting of the Fin I 1,1;'!; 1 I s $1.00 name n'

Mae tieorge_:Stp 10 :i I 1 I circuit of the where the of busine-....
j RADIOS ml'.umn: : Public Health Association. clerk of the court county principal place

SE.iJISTfl1SS-plain.ilteratlun-i., Sati.-fai-tion sewmcr Kii.and rfltlteed I Ii i VII >liUr.. VII tlndeleIlten.nnahle Attending from the Bras u: i I i is, with registration shall consist of filing: with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit

Prlc reasonable Mr"Kvrrett | rharer... "lIarant..d CountyHealth Dept. will be 1< n ,. ; .._ MILL L t 11IH.U! t !: all interested under oath
Prcscott, 1 I.: mile. from i fii 10. Miiriui: : i sinned by persons stating the names. of i ii
.. llutler 7 01: W. Call M. Narks Ph.aa A. Y. ,
Slarkin I ike Road. I Covington health nfi:
31(1 10/3 + :i all those i interested 1 in the business enterprise, the extent of the 1 interest i
Mrs. Arlin L. McKnight and ;Mrs I
: UHXT i
\\ ,1.1. TI; \ >K.V.irse lertrfc refitteruior .I I fortable-:2 apts., adjoin'nt7 re tful. oom.I of 3- Martha I. Snellen public Health + II, our I! of each and the fictitious name under which said business is carried I

'.nh i IGwhns: for, vvjshriK Uailoiil Kli machine, i I I, Rood rooms: bids each.. "I)Kle.:"t..-tric lit-.'kitchens''r... E., nurses; Jack L. Trawick sani +1 on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring 1 i

*tchg Starke. takt- left hand dirt road tarian; and Mrs. Hazel 1 F Green
IVssent road) at bridge on Call clerk. Phone M,0) Starke. Fla. H EAT E R : to eniratre! in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or ,I
XTII'4.1 farm hand houriih.d r' St. fur about 1 nn. to I"iy sign jit _: :_- : I
I ,,, electric. 'li 1ht.: .. Ity tliw. r'I left side of road. Mrs. Carl The Health Depart meo: s twill I Ior their intention to register said fictitious name al I least once a week for four :,

Slarke.....k _I \I. White, lit. :I. Jtp P.ox 10 7S:3W.XTK1 W'nnI'ls.. tf he closed fur this purr! ist -.t----- .,, I II I (H) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county l i

FOR UKXT-Large: completely f'nnishtil Thursday. Friday ar.J Sat i t.a r : where ..said. registration i is to l he made and said registration:;: stall not be !
:: : I00-8rtrt acres cut overpine house. Kcvstonr llt-i 1:11,,.
land Ii iive description. 1"catt..n .-. ;' on I'l-ooklyn. I.ak. Klrctnc M<-\ .- 4 accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of 'I
and price. Write Hsnryf and ...rrl teral<>r Plion2:: ,!t.N: I I
\.1 itt,:\' :.I. Jackvonvill.. Flu Jacksonville or write :Mrs Throwrr. District Governor : such publication.
:tchu IA/ I 15ov :1211:: iaciesunttiltFla v BLANKET
I I tfchg Speaks At Lions Club i I
Fill R\t.B-\ <:reenproperty t- tat s

Walnut ,Sts.located:all ft.Tenth on 10th.and lit X; ti lIt\I'$n FOU RENT, Inquire C.reynd District Governor (teoige. L C i I If engaged in business under
('n'aillut., includes: store I.ulltltttir hoii Mus station. if AtREDUCED I II you are any name
with living quarters upstairs. Seaman spoke before ;hi o.a I .
alto stone duplex 31'rtm..n''1 \\ .\XTEI> ..
Clean cotton ,
rag>> no Lions Club at their s
house, and a '-r."m hun>;low work khakihurt., regular meet :
iMtitv ixtrjalU

See lit :2.L.Hox D. -IIS.Or..n.dlllill1- -Starke--. 2trhg-! -tr3Iur 10 H i. _: Iradfi-rd County Ti-l'-gaph l tf.l li his ing topic Wednesday."Sight Conservation Sept. 24 using a.- other than your own, and d have not had this name

FOR SALK-Philco lUdi. and record '
playrr J35 cash. ,'all IC3 betw.en FOU! S.AL\ OR TRALIE-Oranjre, and In his talk the District tioxvrnm a
8-SO: a.ni and !r. tint 111''i" pecan ':1'6 rooms and bath PRICES
on small lake 6i:; ares Will sills said this is the club's must ..MIportant advertised and will beglad
FOR \LE-Ont" story ';'.roi\1n housi! t ur trade fur property around project.The properly registered we
with two lots on corner of Kichawl : I Starke. E I:. Hammond. Box 12'J, ,
("Uir St> J 1. :'Ik..'(. !>.v lit. Ji llaw thurne. Up local club is sponsoring "

707 Slchff 10'1 4. sight clinic to be: held at Brad.ire!

1't'It SALK-Baptist. paMormm. to High School. :Monday: Oct 6 The Doiit Wail Lntil Cold to all Information to
CA HIEnNTFR: -- ..Female I highest bidder I. >ok it user and give you necessary as
Neat appearan.c.xp.ri > prferable -- make "fi..r.11 bids must he in purpo of the clinic is to process' 1
but not rssrnttal1'rtt-.t' by Xov. 1 L ,\. Canova. Chairman -
Box 227.: : Starke 111|t I"aptit Trustees, Starke. FUStchg all students from the first through cather ri i;; '!!1i ;1Iii i,!
10 S the eighth grade. It is estimated .
FOR HtXT-Thr..I.dr.n hou,r what should do.
that there about studexits |
are 1,000
furnished in Starke. large lawn Do ItNOW I'i you
Hous I":, \r\XTE1\-I.o.'a I route salesman
three block from Court *1 headquarters in Starke dual opportunity and the processing will require -
furnished hotn P
on Also KliiBley 5-bedroom lake, electric Wit. : refer"icrs for right:O and man cash Uiquiremnts d.-- about a week. w

Chen .running water. Very. 1J.r"Slu.nt'lhi. how : posit. Contact t'uttis Candy Co. Other schools in the county wil'
until May Mr* I x
Itng.: Sr. Gar \\ Call St. I'hon; Jacksonville, Fla HtbgR also have the opportunity of thir !
Itoh ---
1U-J. service. Dates and schedules wil1
FOrt -\t.E-1ahbitl hutches
of k. (iant Chinchilla and New Zealand be announced at later date -- -' -- -- -
FOR 8.I."h..rt null ends oa by -
... ,* .. White Price right. Hob Gertz : : : : --
Fu "
lumber lralf..rJ : the local club
Fla .. _. .
ttoJh.;: 10.::t llampt.'ii Itk.Hampton Itp -- ;