Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03189
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 10, 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: UF00027795:03189
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Official County Publication Established In 189

After 13-6 Palatka Loss _% ()Ll :Mr. MCVUXTYKl; K STVKKK.: n..OIUInun \> OTTOKFH: l III.<> '1'1">'! M I Mi'.Viv. I 111I1 1, I

. Lions Club Is Testing Eyesight (:
STATISTICS ,.' I Special Primary Set For TuesdayTo Of School Children ; Grcdes 1-8 Agent

In I'aldtl.a (;am,'

First Yards Downs Rushing BHS 156 6 Palatka 59 7 I .: 44- Pick Supreme Court NomineeBradford 1 ( I tot Named Yet ;

0 49 ..

Total Yards Yardage PasSIng 156 10P3..iS Countians are expect SPECIAL PKIMAKY 1 -t "p : /,:. .. I It Board Is Pat

Attempts 11 11 en to cast a light vote in the.pectal FACTS &:: FIC.rRKsiParty : 1 i ,

Pass Completions 0 3 I > Democratic primary Tuesday : DtvnorraticOffice ii !"-1'
to select a state supremt'"O
Pass Interceptions 1 0 : Supreme Court .Ju'l"u'* Iar
32 29.5: justice nominee for the !' .. .\ nine-iu.in IJ/OMS: 1 tiippeared '; ,
p.mUng Average Candidates: I:. Harris nrt'an.1 f'
Fumbles 2 1 Democrats. .. before the BIT >
Vincent C. Giblin
0 The race held to find a replace 'ounty Commissioners: !' : .
Fumbles Lost Election: : Tuesday, ()(ot. II
.- 45 25 : I ment tor Judge Roy H. Chapmanwho ii i !further effort lo name r .; '
Penalties Polling\ places: Precinct I Law
I died in office, is between E I 'u I re: as the new counts t i :
ti\\ 2-north Stark1 3- oiithStarke
; ;
". Harn Drew IIf'est Palm Beach \ .' replace T K. VeCI.u'.eIf
I and Circuit Vincent C. Gib- ; 1.6 raham; 5-Hainpton. .
CO-CAPTAINS j Judge resigned Oct \ o .i
L : 6There.aNe>\ Ki\er and! vJ
lin "df Miami. 'Itltn with the Ind iieau. !

,, Bobby Crews ( left ) Drew was appointed by Gov $-Brollkl'r >.. .
Time: 7 a.m. to.h'.entee 7
i p.m.
"iha Fuller Warren to fill out Chapman
.\ Ballots !P.e delegation: \\ told .
Gene Shaw (right ) : :No :all""ntto''otlnlt'
L .- _1__ ( s unexpired term. this election.Fianklin B' ud t that the C'inn: "-..-
1 Although some 4,715 voters are lad i ilready recmnmeade.i t \ '
went the last 56 yards for Willis on 20 who returned 2 yds. .
eligible to cast a ballot Tuesday i Drew the stale t \ .. I- T I ii'.l: the postHowever
contest at } touchdown. 1 being tackled by Vernon Teston.
.Iemonal// a the quietness of the campaign i? ]ipxpectt'd ] goveinor. He worked in) \\ I! II. G. Clayton
stadium pits an Palatka evened the score. be- Hancock no sain. :Maltby 2 yds. to i itoi I'
keep a large majorityI through Stetson t"mv'rS1L.I\ \\
of .
Yonge team'against the Tornadoes. fore halftime tho' by taking a Willis 2 yds., tackled by Ed Tes- | Cooperative Agri' u'r!
the voters from the \
away polls School graduating in 192:5!: Sinr'then ,
tt I! k m the state. had
Coach Hobbs has worked his punt on the midfield strip and then ton. Tenny's attempt to punt'''| The winner will -, repliedthe 1
I appear on the i ii he has: practiced law in West -
] Board that he ,
Earl Alvarez'on the was i
week to Ten-blocked
charges hard all preparing Hancock connected a pass by
i XoI General Election unappos. J Palm Beach. He lived at :\l..dl'.mas
for this clash between conferencefoes. ny that carried to the Tornado 16 Palatka 22 yd. line. Prevatt loses ed. l' 'tar i'd ; M ,"' position to recommend r.iin-! :i'
a boy. and then in St Augi-I:
.will be Hancock and Maltby 1 Prevatt's to V. Tes- rause of Curries lack o;
The Tornadoes try- yard line. yd. pass
Judge Giblin has ,,
campaigned orI tine and Tampa before moving t N
Ing to get back in the win column carried the rest of the way with; Ion incomplele.: Douglas no gain. I I a platform of strong opposition tc his present home. \\ a) ne Wall BHS .ith grader. is |Ilt"r"ht'ot tlt"llInth"\ projector I It'rlt'Ol'

after suffering a 12-6 defeat Hancock scoring from 5 yds. outj j Prevatt's pass no good. Ball goeS I I the pioposed constitutional ; with aid eing offered l h> :Mrs. h rank Hroudaon his left and Earlier in the week. .1 Jt! I

against Palatka Maroons last Friday Their try for extra point by passing over to Palatka on their own 22 j amendment designed to increase Ii i; Bradford County voter registration j. :.Mrs. Lonnie Harley Jr., on Wall'sfar Ictt to read the Uons ('Iul: j delegation of farmers and ':

night. Their record now I was no good.Barrentine yd. line. Hancock 5 yds. around i the Supreme Court membership' books closed Saturda)}I' eye testing chart-. looking on approxingly are standing; left lei i I raisers of Bradford Count ,

stands at 2 wins and 1 loss. i scored the winning end stopped by Smith. Maltby 7 | from seven to ten justices. afternoon with about 100 ne\v right Cecil Se\\ell. James lloblis, and -John) Tonxle. President IIf the j'i 'ended: a two-hour hearing !i- : .

The visiting Blue waves of P. touchdown on a quarterback sneak yds. and a 1st down. Willis 2 yds.. voters registered for the Genera club. 'I Clayton in Gainesville. on
K.I' i He was first admitted to the _
Yonge are undefeated in 3 ; from the 1 yd. line. The touchdown I penalty of 5 yds. on Palatka nullified Ejection Nov. 4. announced ;Mrs. I campus of the University "t t I l-
Seabreeze Bradford' } 1 II I Willis' Hancock 5 "lls., 1|bar in 1918 and practiced at Some 1.300 Bradford County' The Lions Sight Conservation I
boasting victory over I drive started on gain. ) ; Mariam Crosby supervisor-elect.
20-7; Lake: Butler 13-6; and a 38-0 I :33 yd. line after the Tornadoessuffered Willis 4 yds. Tenny kicked from:: Pensacola He moved to JackiIsonville j Mrs. Crosby said a total of 4.. school children enrolled in the first Committee is supervising the pro- rida.At that time Clayton -1
win over Wlld-ood last Friday :I a 15 yd. penalty and had: 'town 44 to Shaw on his 30 yd. line. I in 1921 and later to Ft 725: Democrats and 100 Republicans through eighth grades will be' gram this year for the first time. would give the delegation i I' ,
I : given eye tests by the Lion's andLioness' Previously. and state
night. Bernie parrish their able 1| to kick out from their own goal. as the 1st quarter comes to an, Laud rdale where he was appointed are registered in the County county mendation serious consider it ,

quarterback, can run and pass with An 11 yd. pass to Tt-nny again I Circuit Judge by' Gon'enollartill. These new voters will not b,r Clubs of Staike Ihis health personnel overlooked the The members of the i H, .,

the best. I: aided in the touchdown drive. end.2nd Quarter opened with Bradford ,' ::\ In 1929 he resigned hi' eligible to vote in the special' Dem. month as part of the local club sight tesls. ,voted to stand by their posi) .

The Tornadoes will be minus Bradford's Earl Alvarez blocked l is possession gf ball 1st and j circuit judgeship in favor of pri. ocratic primary Tuesday Oct. 14 project. I j The Sight Conservation Com- in their recommendation 01 Cu,

the services of Wayne Douglas, ,: Tenny's first punt try on Palatka L 10 on c-.vn 27 yd. line. Prevatt 1 ll: vate practice in :Miami and in 1951;) :' unless they have registered befor'I, Lion's clubs throughout the naj mittee is headed by BHS coach in hopes Clayton would .'\ 1 r

who Is on the sick list. Ode McGee 122 yd. line but the Tornadoes yd. 1'ievatt 10 yds. and a 1st I upon recommendation of the Dade I St'pl. H. Mrs. Crosby announced j L lion have as one of their main I James Hobbs with Buddy Bishop his mind.

has been practicing this week after j' c'ould not move. Again late in ,, down. Douglas 7 ydi. and on next County Bar Association! was appointed Absentee voting for the Genera 1 projects each year in helping the and Principal C. S. Partin ar The Clerk was instructed to ,

I missing the Palatka game with aback '''the 4th period the Tornadoes'drove I play Prevail goes; 56 yds. for score. Circuit Judge at Miami Election may be made until 5 pie; blind and persons needing eye !j members. Chas. A. Hardy and vide sufficient oil heaters I t..i I '

Injury and will play tonight. I' to Palatkas 19 yd. line but t Penalty of 5 yds. brings ball barkand Judge Drew is a past president 1 1 on Xov 3. by coming to the Clerl]k glasses but unable to buy them. I: Maxie Carter. Jr. are assisting. Agricultural Building. Cleik \

Next Tuesday, the Tornado B it! could not make inches necessaryfor \ give Palatka a 1st down. Wil-' of the Florida Bar Associatior of the Circuit Court office in th e John A. Torode president of the: :: Members of the Lions Clubs are J. Thomas named the cn! K.-t I

squad will meet the Fletcher B a first down and 1 lost the ball. i lis carried for 5 yds. Willis stopped and i is a descendant of GeorgeNew court house Lions said his group has pur. I the inspectors: for the general ele. :
handling morning testing
squad here. The B squad has 4 Play By Play i: by Garner for no gain. Malt- chased over 300 pairs of glas.sef I No..4.
scheduled thU 2! elected thrown for 7 loss for needy children in the county I period. and the Lionesses are
games for year, Bradford won the tos. and by yd. by CraW
with Fletcher and two with Palat- to receive. Hancock kicked low ford. Tenny kicking from osvr: Council Sworn In spending some $3,600.Humphrey : working the afternoon shift. County Tax Assessor Gin" \
; drews presented the 19.r! 2! .. ; '
ka. to Crawford on the 35 yd. line.f1 48 to Shaw on 25 who returns ti;
rolls, which were accepted t h ,
Before a large home following Prevatt 3 yds. thru right tackle. | own 45. Penalty of 5 yds. or I Employes OrganizeTrail .

the Tornadoes lost their first game':, Jackson carried for a 1st down on.1 I Bradford nullifies punt and the re: Boa rt!

of the season in Palatka last Friday 45 yd. stripe. Prevatt no gain. !, fum. Tenny kicks from Slarke';: Lewis Named Chairman Ridge Credit Union

night 126.Bradford Penalty of 5 yds. on Bradford refused 47 to Shaw on own 15 yd. line Elks Halloween

tallied first in 4 play by Palatka. Norman's passI. ; i Douglas car Ies for 5 yds Jacksor James A Lewis, recently re- Legion Fair Xo3.9 The request Responding t 11.1 nee-l \slinh h IS <1 lie! ti l> in the state of Florida, u a Benefit Dance

after the second quarter started., Shaw incomplete. Shaw 2 yds. carries for 7 yds. and a 1st dowi Heet-d for a third term in the was granted. been apparent i in recent months "op'ratlasso { ion, organized Set For Oct. 23

Starting on their own 31, EdwinEditors I Prevatt kicked from own 44 to I Continued from page> one Staike City Council! was unani- Besides approving the reappointment : the employees ot" the Humphieys to piomnie thrift among its mem- '

niousU named chairman of the of all policemen an:ic. Gold Corporation t lOgt he I with E.i i' hi is and to accumulate a fund For the benefit of it* t'llpplt( i

Find 192.3: Council,I at the Council' agreeing to install two-hot; I. du Pont Company have formed from these savings to make needLed Children's Fund. the SUi 1 k.

the Trail Ridge Credit Union. I loans to members for n'efalpurposes B. P. O. Elks Lodge wfir spon "
meeting : -
Tuesday evening p rWng signs on Call St. botwec'r l
Renfroe ValleyIs .fl I ; The first organizational meeting at reasonable fntere.stratf's. a dance and lIaU \'e'f'n mol '
t tAt Cherry and Church Sts.. U I '
the the ok' of this Credit Union WaS held September [ It is a corporation chartered : querade party at the Pelican c'n| >
same meeting
i iCo"unctl Council heard Jackson ask to ac t
'Real Place'Weekly ., ) adjourned and the new':;; on the sewer line on W. Madiso w 2, at which time the of-,i',I and supervised by the State on Old Binding Highway \I-
4 fliers were elected. They as Government through the office of Oct. 30. beginning '
Council was swoi n in. Member :, St.. in the southwest coiner i t[)f are Thursday :
newspaper editors knowa composing the new Council are:1' Star ke._ I follows: !, the Comptroller.F. 9 o'clock.

lot more about Renfroe Valley Levi*. L O Hazen. William T.I| Committee appointments for th I\( i Board of Directors: Everett R. L. Andrews, Managing )Director Admission will be $1 I .".11< ;

and Renfroe Valley folks know a 14 d Jackson Ewell: Luwson. and P. L year were announced as follow Fox President: Thomas H. Carey. of the Florida Credit Union couple. Tickets go on sale t .

lot more about weekly newspaper Bridges iI i Street :Maintenance Committe,*:; ;I \'kPresident I i ; J. C. Fogg. Secre-'League, rendered valuable assist- | week and may be pill i-ha c t .

editors as a result of the first an- Lewis Hazen. and Lawson won I Bridges chairman; Hazen, an I e.i; tai'y-Treasurer; J. Siprelle and ance to the Trail Ridge employeesin the Chamber of Commerce l..i,

nual Country Newspaper Editors' then seats on the Council during ,, Jackson; Safety Committee: Lavson. V. Brady K. McLeod. Credit Commit- the formation of this organization. drug stores, theatres, restain.ni i r

Conference held .last weekend In the September city election.H. chairman; Hazen and Jar;k: j tee; Carl J. Fendrick Chairman: or from any member of the I l.o'i1 u '

the picturesque! mountain regionof A Bishop Jr. served at the I son; Sanitary Committee: Jac:k. ,t \\'. :M. Beam and Henrv* Q. Hall. ;, Actual participation in the Trail Due to the limited capacit\.! !I'".

southern Kentucky. .. ,-. last meeting "t t the old Council i son. chairman; Hazen and La v- I Supervisory Committee: II. L. | Ridge Credit Union has not begunas Pelican Club it is augge-i.-d I ih.1.

The conference, conceived by I chairman .t post he held for the son; Fire Committee: Hazen, cliai Morgan, Jr., Chairman: Joseph E. yet. awaiting the charter ap- tickets be purchased earlvi
John Lair, beloved Kentucky .'. 19."il ;52 t terni man. I'I I Gray. and Leon A. Gray. Jr. 1 proval which is now in the officeof i Those who come in costun.e I ir, < '.

philosopher, as "a mean of giving Other business at I '1 This Credit Union one of hun- t the Comptroller in Tallahassee. win a prize which will bl't\\ .u't\- Ito
Tuesday'r At a called session of the Count II.
the best costumed (oupl,' TII"> <
weekly credit for the .
newspapers : L.
meeting.aw ileorge renamed Monday evening the Council ga vc
part they have played in the past I j as ("it\ Attorney, am? A. McKinney: of the Starke Ta>Morgan i At U. Of F. Demonstration Agent will be an amateur nut'--i! t tl '
with talent stii'hI. I"I:
and are now playng in the build. | (Arsons
George I 13 Sr I
reappointec'to ,
Company a parking space on t he
Ing of a strong press". was a j .I" > vi on the Board of Bond corner of Canova's Drug Store i!)r.I i For State Meet j jj Attends WorkshopMis crs. dancer comedians pi in"! '
of I II guitar player etc Th<>-"e >
highlight National Newspapt'lWeek ,, .. 4 Tr'tee.t thr"t>-year term. Call St.The .
j Doioth\ Kos Biadfort'Counts
Oct. 5-11. :- I II. Morgan, Bradford County wish to compete for pi I i/' -
\\ /H ;
Graham. A. J. Thomay Council
also moved to i
I 'Superintendent, of Public Instruc. Home Deir.onitratioragent this contact the TIV.IMIMM
Editors from the oldest paper: Jr tml Ben Suslow appeared before stall three parking meters t
on this week ,
ff is attending a 488. Staike Hi I !b
tion, is attending the stale-wide the Elks Box
in 29 states were invited to patti JOHN LAIIl Kentucky philosopher and impresario of the Hew- t the Council and asked for west of Thompson St. south of state-wide conference of county 25 the n.'i.of '.
fore Oct. stating '
cipate In the weekend activitie- true Valley Sunday :Morning Gathering! presents a Scroll of Honorto use or the City Park ground Call St. near Mitchell's Dr ug meeting of the county school HD agents in Gainesville.Miss their act and giving n m.-.

at Renfroe Valley where Mr. Laiiis t;. L. :Matthews, publisher-edit ,.r of The Bradford Count) Tele- It4''flafr '*' foi the American Store. superintendent; in Gainesville on ,
Ross will be back in thecounty address.
developing a "living &tor..houst'of graph4 at tin' "'Ir..tnnual ('*iu nl r> Kditors:: Conference h.id at the Universits of Florida ,
campusj to her work ,'
continue by A good time and \I.t -
pioneer Americana". Ittntrot''alll')'. Ky. lt!'>weekend.. This distinction came to the ,
Bill i this.t't'k..n,1.. Monday. anticipated at this event
Many of the visiting! editors Telegraph for being "the weeKlj newspaper that has teen pnl>- Bigham Is County'sLargest ,

even those who follow the Sunday li-Jied continuously under the s' iue masthead for the ,greatest I

Morning Gathering regularly or'' number of years in the stale of Florida." :Mrs. :Matthews was an .

the radio- were surprised to find Interested onlooker at the cereir < \ij. Chicken 0" W-lLl
that Renfroe Valley is "real place", f
itrSoup's r ) r1
with "real pt'ople"and a fascinating
I for the more reverent "gathel ing- .
historic background d.iting,: Bill Bighan/s thicker i hickcn-' drinking water w' ,.
The Henfroe Valley Gathering where hymns are sung around a
hack to the earliest history of ninth about a IT.Ill' west of the s ailpha. to counteract '
first went on the air in September genuine old parlor organ and John coccidiosis. .. Irs
Kentucky. '" ,3 "with the thought." Johr Lair reads some of his homespun thriving Brooker community: is sc The birds eat J20-130: sacks of On t.J ..

Nobody knows just how o'J: Th iir explains "that sve might be'' philosophical poetry. new you can still smell the fieshf j feed a week and drink it do '

Sunday Morning Gathenn.; reali able to extend the idea of neighborliness The editors and their wives from ness of the pine wood the young ivith water taken from 72 ad ito ; i'; ; "
Bradford Countian. is planning tc i matic waterers. With Seven Sons Around
U, but it is said to have originated and friendly cooperationto ,, the oldest papers were honored .
in the early 1800's when circuit a much! larger community. We'' gUests at the "gathering" last double his 1S.OOO fryer capacityto The three houses are 260 ft That Call Has Realft )' p.

riding preachers were just oegir- wanted to keep alive in America Sunday with the Renfroe Valley SO.OOO birds. ]long and 24 ft. wide with a 20 Significance In P. D. r-1- ..r .plI /

ning to find their way into th< some of the old-fashioned ideas ot.K.nesty '.;: folks singing a special song and Bigham who's also president of I i feed room in the middle of eahouse. Reddish Home its' ,

mountainous Kentucky wilderness and simplicity that have : the Santa Fe Telephone Co., produces I The additions will be :toe -
reading a written j
poem 3.000 3-pound fryers every ft. By George l'ijles> 1- .. ,, .....i
anti religious meetings were few made us a gl eat nation especially! for and dedicated tc i from the other houses. ,mcl'i --'

and far apart. The "gathering"was From this humble it 1 two weeks. Beginning on the ,will help produce 6.000 chickeevery -
beginning weekly newspapermen. Followingthe So yd wanta get married. huh. '
not strictly religious in has grown to a national Institu. program, the editors presented chickens IS weeks ago. Bigham two week Well, before take that I tata :
character were tion. The sold his! first batch seven weeks Bigham is getting the ted you ,. :::1:1r'
although hymns "big barr from svhich ;I Mr. Lair with copies of their quoPalatka I 1 step from bachelordom into ',\ h i i'el' 4

often sung, but has always been the programs are broadcast ir I oldest issues for placing in the ago.And market price for his pc 3Ul-' ':'ever kind of bliss ;" upie' cal ; : .4:.
the Brooker native i- which he sells to I) .1 \1 I'' ytie T..g"eateti
more of a community meetingfor ; packed every Saturday night for newly opened weekly try.
walk to Mrs
over Sh-r i : : : I''D
the discussion of matters of the fun-filled barn dance program ot the Rer.fioe Valley readying construction for the ad- Dressing Plant of Gainesville. Reddish horn- at the iU: ,li III (heir

importance to the little mountain: and again early Sunday morning museum dtional I houses which will begin Living with his wife. Ice dining/ .M>rn. tin I! 1 Iteililish An. an

- ihortly. who is the Brooker correspond,ent Yep. they''p"I':: !. ,left to right .liitm \rttini ..IniuiiVernoii '

Drivers Fail I' New Negro Bus Bigham's chicken raising job if i for The Telegraph and two cl:hil! countm.. And .tl!i toida \ Hrl'lnull'h.| iilcnn ..ui'

,the largest recorded in the coun- dren, Mary Jane, 7. and Patr Vital statistics: Aje.- :iron I fight :Michael.famih. .

_f To Renew I Don't BelieveIt Driver Named By 'ty. and to show the size of hif .lean. 5. the 30-year-old huekshas r I,, 22. weight. 50) to 17s

project. the feed for the birds. by ] a reward-laden future if hi-r and height 3 ft. 6 in t6 it 1',1.1.715.\: \ Jimm 16. is on; : >:

New LicensesAlthough School BoardBradford Purina. began arriving by plans \\"ik 'lilt' siii-tactoiily.; Pile the Reddish son on t ..p.f ball at BUS. and he I' i.
trtiin loads last week. According I he evenings after prart < ;
one another and you't ;ahou,
.. to the local railroad agent '3, likes sport so well he tout
the County Judge'f It' only sleeks ,
away County's School Board School Safety R63 pounds of brawn. and with :
office i issued 4,400\ 1953 state drivers ma>h '. met Monday for its monthly meeting that's the first tinin history seven mouths opening three times pitching or. passing I t'.e !
that carload of chicken feed l hi-: around Mld h..' I/s t ti I Bn> H'-.jt
licenses before the deadline That'shtt: Craggs Construction and a .
named a new negro bur Patrolmen t day for thow. that's a big ,
mascot and it in I, i is! tit l ih
Sept 30. some 700 Bradford County ( 0. superintendent .J. driver and transacted routine shipped hungry crew to feed not including
motorists failed to renew theii 1'. ('roft.3icl this week In rff business. The deathly fear of all poult> To Attend Meet Jie: folks and guests.It ', pow-wowing x<>/! 1'1'; '..tl > and I 1:1':
rule the ,.'
on. f.uu Lt.I10
l licen-es in time. erence to the oft-a I.t'll (|iis- N'egress Lizzie Walker of Hampton me_n alike is disease among then s a lot of work for the Sheriff' in
lion "When .... flock. But there Bgham and hu Arthur, at eight th li..i' j
will I \
E. K. Perrymar Temple \
County Judge was named to replace negrc Thr'-e Bradford County !'cI boo! and the Mrs. ra1SI'thp boysthe /
be ?" chicks have been lucky. He had grader; who U hares Ii. f ml! it -.1'fl.;
stated the violators face a $1 delinquent completed Elijah Lewis on one of the colored safety patrolmen will attend but they say with pride it's worth'fety I'j .'
sometimes not bP( i-* hj -
for Croft made lot contract a respiratory -
fee.when applying the prtM-lninatlt bus routes. one first annual Teenagers Sa itek. !
their new license or else may retake Monday afternoon &. some 50 Benjamin Williams. disease. and it killed several hun j! but because you can t see hin.j : .
in this
negro. wa Daytona WI<
job of all i i.- Shcrifr llei IHi..h| ailiiiin .Ir-
But the biggest I The food that \; I i.j i.
the driver's exam to escape \\orkmen uere finishing thrHmerock hired the dred. but it was curtailed. That j problem
up by Board to carry fin : end in conjunction withGovernor's the I!
at lemon
boys together i I Ked'M.irgood III' riligie
getting the seven j 'ares the over-burdened hou! '
paying the fine. base m the southern negro school children from was his only run-in with disease.In Safety Con" 'I ..
thf.I. one time, a job this writer realized wife is in the Redds I I pie as she makes her ua> I"> tti
Florida state Highway Patrol end of the six lane n ideningproject. Keystone Heights Road to Rene I[ order to prevent disease ference. : lacking

man Q. A. Fillingim stated a as there's no negro bus service Bigham U buying chicks from the: Adro Brown. Harold :Mills: an after trying about a week to photo :lousehold. The Reddish have :. .I dining: room.

driver When the Ir.l"t" ifinished.. Florida State Hatcheries ir graph them in a bunch. farm and Mrs. 'Reddish has tv' .
operating with expired the
a car an along Keystone road. Merle Edwards all patrol boys: for Come mealtime. the t ix>> -.1 i J'i '
license faces a fine of $25 Croft said alar prime \\"ouKllv B. T. Thomas presented a checkof Gainesville and the Pine Air BHS will be accompanied by :'Mrs' Drew. the oldest i3 eithel freezers to store the: vegetable I rtiow' up together. bit like t I' -

Renewing licenses costs $1, in > put on hj the hitter j.art of $2,385'fOr the timber lease Poultry Acres of Jacksonville that T. J. Alderman and Mrs. riar.romancing the college gala f IheVa ,. and meat. The foorf bill for thf 'writer the only way you ir. "

eluding out-of-state drivers whc next ,\et"k. near the Heilbronn school property are vaccinated. This process i? Howe for the trip. senior at the U of F in Gaines- week run around $10.
aatouDding'I' 'seven at once is to eat supper w i1 U
wish to get a Florida operator'f If weather permits. V. S. 301 and Mario Catapanella gave ; done by placing a drop of vaccine The local Elks and notary C lube ville. majoring in agriculture. or I ly low for such a large I them sorrv i.'t'K'Ad

license Ferryman said. and Temple .\\e., main thoro- the Board a check for S1.2SO for In the chick's nose. The vaccinei are sponsoring the trip for thE working on the farm: Dolph at 1 And believe it or not. Mrs. Reddish .

His office is located on thf fare in Starke, will be open te the old Graham school property. for the dreaded Newcastle Dis- boys. 20 is off working on the farm : can get; all of them togetb- I 1 fti'; f "i: Mrs i-
main floor of the County Courthouse traffic by Xov. 13.: The Board closed its meeting'; ease. | Mrs. Howe said the boys will likewise for 13-year-old Verrwnocwho's I nearly three linnet a day. df"" : f, 'j; I' tlanit th !

and is open daily anj Sit I I after paying bills and taking caro Another disease preventative i i- speak before the Elks Oct 2;:I got the heighth in t>!' i ing on how :hungry they are. 'I timeonge t

urday morning. of routine business. an automatic medication of the: their safety work

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TWO ----II. n ___FKIDAY OCTOBER 10 IPGE I'i\ :)!
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knots when they go into service TTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTVTTTTYTT Among those attending the 3:' Rev and
BRADFORD E. L. MATTHEWS Mrs F. D. Gant and Mrs R. O Mann report- *
I! wish more of our returnee! '
.iaiV: M f 1. meeting ot tm Stella: Stanley of Keystone Heights Burt Tver of Putman i; .
COUNTY EDITOR soldiers: would take up teaching LAKE : ',+ Fi- .-iK.ation held m Ala a-vl '
GENEVA I' P IQtu hen of Melrose : known and promme-! :; I
YI W POI MTt They are real Americans.Don .}:\Ili (n.)., t J \\eie Mrs R O Manr Mts Cant \\installed as asso- Count r,.;: !ieit has h. ,

TELEGRAPH PUBLISHERAdvertising is at the store, and ii<' M- .. MK I. H.\\ortor. ,
I'y Blanche Cunningham'r: .tt-: \\ M l r !piesi.U-nt a-'i': F ''t"-! \ '- -
doubt listening to the ball game. TVAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAA1.AAAA :wr: .. A. ';:';..ir.! -.:": '; ; -.\J. .\i!,r- I.r' -.I\, \ ,

Subscription Rates: Established In 1879 hates J Fr has radio the > .. -. -f/t.", .....
on out in .
a ...
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$;.i3; Year $1.50 6 Mo. On Application Recent guests uI tk! Gents -- ; .R
garage listening. Digger is down
were Mr. and Mis. E. E -
ta :n the yard. I have been watering Leedv'l l r .. '" ..,. 1
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Newark, Ohio and Mr -
the new spots of grass on the \ W. O. Watkins of Jacksonville ;, .> \ """""" r.nlp .... /l1lld/// r 3 3t

In Neighboring Southern States lawn. I am looking forward tc j jI I Friends of F. M. Finley will b. >. ii.r .

winter, now. October sent soon : glad to know he is able to b. ,

Stevenson Hers Strong Daily Newspaper Support i be gone and Thanksgiving on the i j about a heart again attack after last suffering week. fron. >r w 4 Ir

heels of Xovember. I love these 4
It was more than a little reassuring, up- much that General/ Kisenhower: .. saving, somewhat Master Rowan Thomas, entertained r c 4 4r

on' a hurried trip to Kentucky this week, to plaintively( that '...dal legislatii.n !so sunny days and we have had a his boy friends Sept. 3mwith *o

discover: that many of the great newspapers long a (part of our national lift"ilI (positively bumper corn crop. The corn i is ,, a birthday dinner after whirr | 1 4

not be dht urlt'd. ripe and farmers are happy. Most they had an enjoyable time hoiM rr
of the South, picked up at random along 4Rplttf

line of travel, are viewing the issues of this every one had a good garden with back riding. o j
"But none of it was there until the Democrab ; I R. O. Mann was official host at : aoo ,
and lots of things put for winter
campaign objectively are supporting away
; came along in 1932. Until the Demo- a fish fry Friday Oct 3 honoring =
We will let the blow and -
Governor Stevenson snow :
wholeheartedly, despite ?f' .
crats took over, all the Republicans had made! "Uncle Dave" Baker the occasmr "/01//",
minor differences in isolated 1 the wind howl. We will be snug -
opinion over available was a package of dubious seed' bl'mghI" 92 birthday!: The suppe- = :: -
and cozy within our big house, quantity FJghts Reserved Prirt's: 1r
platform planks. > l.od< Thru. Sa Lie "
I from the I \\ ;sponsored b\ the Andrew '
congressman. j warm with plenty to eat. I haw 4i
This circumstance was particularly re- j CII. i the r.:. \1'd! Heigh'r.a .
"Admittedly, these are the realistic bird- new dresses, and of shoe' >
plenty : it
to from Florida where ., Icii Prices
freshing .
one daily : ; :--t 11'h) > r"
in-the-hand reasons (for voting Democratic'aBut ) coats and I am veiy thankful 152 t 4
newspapers with but a few notable ex- Irntr> :s i mi 'M"CASH > Call Street 1
they cannot be denied or argued avay.iThus ][ know my son and famih ha\ r Everyday5jiecials 1
ceptions have. een fit to throw their editorial plenty and all brother and .. i
speaks Ralph McGill of the Atlanta I my : --
:support behind the Republican nomi- Constitution. sisters.; God has been good. foj/ Siarke Florida 1

nee. We were told that a poll just completedby I I PAID rr ,
Oh the world is wide and I the
the Press Association discloses
Georgia : : 1 _. _. .. 1
voice of the I -
Another powerful South now world is """'M J 1
that two-thirds of the is
prefcs sup- raised in behalf of the Democratic Party isj! And there is little or nothing FOR[ GOOD; CLEAN: i

porting Governor Stevenson. that of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. In aj! new. r: Homogenized Shortening 3

Ralph McGill, editor of that bulwark of lengthy editorial last Sunday announcing its! But the finest thing is lh.- grip Used Cars : 1

Democracy, The Atlanta Constitution, takes reasons for supporting Governor Stevenson, of the hand ISPRY[ S 3LbCan
the down-to-earth view that the South has 79C
more to gain by a Democratic victory than the PostDispatch said (in part) : I Of a friend who is t 111"d 1 and! (. J. R. Wainwright =
"It'a I true.
( Republican administration) is sent
any other geographic grouping of common- back to Washington the Cains and :McCar[ Motors ir
I of out there :ii 1
wealths. To his statement Mr. Mc am thinking you '
support thys will be in line for chairmanships} of important who read this and I sayGx' : / -.:. ..- ---= =: :=' =: ::3'? :
Gill offers these two basic '
: :
MurKe. Fla.
committees. Since congressional TI'IIIII'0'l. Ir
bless I my I. The South \\iy reason of the seniority of government is government by committee, '' Lt'I;A 1 RINSE "Tropical" Blue Rose ;

it. rongrfsMonal: and senatorial! 1U.'mlH'r., what happens in Washington will be largely .

dominates the Congress of the United States.Without in their hands. A President with scant experience !Irer'.vmn.r ,

exception, the most powerful committees in politics would be even more dependent ir SURF RICE I I

halo Southerners us their, chairmen. on his congressional leaders. If experience From where I sit... by Joe Marsh
2. The South ha. Ix-nefiled more from the is any guide. the gloss of unity r

20 )ears of Democratic administration than would soon be gone and the Republican rii i Ii! r 1C

any other region . Tlu- South had and war would break out anew. r Wouldn't Large Box Lbs.

jet has, further lo go . Thai ii is why, from "The Post-Dispatch regrets that (;lem-ral! Our Town rr 211/2C 3 31C 4

the purely regional and practicalpoliticsieNiint Eisenhower is the victim of this graudi- Take "Back Seat"Vtll.
\ | it is important to the South to have a
lemma. We regret to see a man of action : .. .. ... .-
;i Democraticictor>" and continue control of and resolution in the past now so; encumbeml l w. meal and glass of '.'I :1I -(-',t ""1t;!., "'1> 6 B1 :i;
\ the! "battle of the Imse.s"has 0\1'1'' a good
the committees
and defensehich
by hair-splitting; political considerations and
} been settled : Our town is beere all reached a compromise t "BOVRIL" Brand
(\\ hate to by unworthy congressional
running mates. Italesville.Kverything without trouble. Those signs
airports and defense installations generally.) "Covt). nnr Stpvpnsnn.. .. Inv l rnntrnst_ ___ is cim-_ again! friendly with !' now read any SHOP HERE IN rr 12-Ounce Can 4 4
"n -- -- --- n" U started when buses
: : : ; )
Then says Mr. :McGill.\ let's take a look 'ducting a straightforward campaign in which I began going: through our town TOWN. Everyone's happy. rr CORNED' BEEF 4C 3

at the }past : he discusses; frankly one issue; after another. with a big sign on them saying From where I sit, it shows how 4i

"Twenty years ago there was hardly an lie has displayed courage time after time. ( SHOP IN BALESVILLE. The problems disappear once both sides

average farmhouse in the South which Before veterans before farmers, before labor bus line is owned in Balesville and get logetherand: try to w ork thingsout. "STAR-KIST" Green Label

could afford a coat of paint. Twenty years leaders he has presented:; a conception of the operates over here on a franchise. Naturally we're all a little dif- I 's I

ago farm credit, and crop production did not Presidency above the reach of special groups Windy Taylor was all for putting ferent. Some like soda pop for instance ILT.i MEAT TUNA % 29

exist. In a very literal sense the farmer and serving; all the people. :; up barricades-he kept call- and some like beer. So :

was absolutely at the of the I the bus what? We all/ have to ride along
mercy market "There tj is going to lx :% 'change' in \\ashinuton i ing up the police
--- which was generally manipulated by whichever nominee wir... The 1'ost- i| company. Finally Judge Cunning- through life together. Why not 1 I "DONALD DUCK" i

greedy and unscrupulous men as the courts Dispatch l-lie\es that the change which ..ldlail ham invited the Balesville Cham- make it a pleasant trip? 1 rr ,

jail sentences and suicides later proved. The :. ; ber of Commerce to meet with Quart
Stevenson and hi. independence foretell is q !
laws 'U 80e lc4tts{ iMAYONNAIS' I S E 49
protecting the investor in stocks and clearly to preferred over the change which 1,: ours at Andy's Garden Tavern. '
and guaranteeing hank deposits as is promised by the ('onflidin.om"romi..r... i I II

well]] a:; those freeing the farmer from the that :surround and advise General Kiscnhoxvcr.The :' (.O"I"I": / i / serfdom jf) high interest. short-term loans I t Vacuum Packed
independent voter in our opinion, will II I

and produce giving, all him grew some out status of the Democratic in selling his ad- serve whole bj the voting l>est interests fur, Adlai of Stevenson the country for Presi a. a keep the dust off. and the beauty in !i I E ASTOR COFFEE Lb. Can 7QCA I

ministrations which followed those: of Hoover dent." __'''_ --"- I It
and Coolidge.

"The ability of the average man to build Similar Stevenson Thff1EI-- r -
support was found in 3
and finance his own house also is a productof the Anderson (S. C.) Independent -- -- i
which U.
these Democratic administrations. Therei Incidentally --- _. =- t S. "GOOD" Eat-Rite BeefSTEAK
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contained several :: --- -
i hardly u farmhouse today which does not _
readers letting Governor --- Sirloin Lb.
Byrnes know that
have, or cannot possess, the boon of cheapelectricity. he spoke only for himself in endorsing Eisenhower I E I 19C 4

] There has also been brought to not for the Democrats; South rr 4
the farmer the ancient and for a time lost Carolina.We _
arts of soil conservation and of water im- -- ------- r
poundments and have quoted{ these:; opinions from editorial A' -- -- or LB.
uses, crop insurance, }parity writers of -_:- -- -= E EI ROUND T-BONE 19C
payments and tenant purchase plans to increase neighboring states at con- -- -t:: *
siderable length because I = = .
the independent home-owner total. we feel that our if / -. = rr
"The readers are entitled to know that the daily 1 -
ancient .
curse of the South low t -i > }ll
wages, which kept us }poor as a region and press is not quite so one-sided in its interpretation i -/ I Lb.mm <
}people, has been lifted. (In Columbia S. C.. of the issues; in this campaign as !' > 1 RIB ROAST S 59C
when Governor Byrnes introduced General the steady steam of Republican propaganda new mr) t y atpr ais; gourd c' ': 1

from a majority of Florida dailies inl'p
Eisenhower, one of the most vocal Eisenhower would in- i
dicate. 4
supporters} was an ice dealer angry LB. 4
because he had to pay his help 75 cents an We ask;:-ottly that our readers keep an IIp'1I<,| ROAST 49C 4 4

hour.) mind on the issues; of the campaign listen .. 4

to all speeches read all the opinions (the : C ; 4 4
'rh *
+ Democrats hate
provided 4
10 most unbiased ones where possible) and not rltIH
Mates ((on tin average) a tilth of their high- be swayed by empty platitudes which likl'Shahspelrt."s J r* 3

May money, and hair taken I from tin- morepopulous 4
tale told by an idiot are "full BLINDS r> Rib-End, Pork Loin Sugar Cured SmokedROAST
I'rllOIH'rllll.otal"o| : : to do that. of sound and 4
fury signifying 'pp o
Through its (philosophy of dot to the x- -. nothing. If t Plastic tapes that Look for the Due he n 1r
) | 11111. is done
believe Guarantee
we that the independentvoter wipe clean. Seal. Ins your
the part is building, through the I Burton hill, like the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. will I Sprmg.fempotodaluminum of Quality Distinction. .: 4 1i
hospitals in t\rry state and here slat :
again the conclude that the best PICNICSo
interests of the
South coup
Ifnrfiiwl r
host.'where try will be served by a vote for Adlai E. Stevenson FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL I I I
i i.> iiitnh more to the story . so i

'Sturke Florida 1 Phone 207-W

h.id i twin babies born, a boy and i i ---- Pound 39C 4 -7 Lb. v C Lb.o 4

a girl The girl lived but boy war '. 41 4

horn dead. So we embalmed it j 4

I dressed him and laid him in histittle .o 4
American Workman .
white casket. '" -- -
At three we ;, r :, Jf.t.- = ._ : : r-: 4
(" ok I It 4
'! him up to the or.l ..
cemetery -
t the hill. As we drove up to the IsT Best Workman i iI 4

'tlf Lara gurqcss Afo.lr t"p "I noted all the lovely!: maple I'U.I iI S. No. 1 New Crop WhitePOTATOES

-.t''t>.It"a. NE!R 1.:--- trees had colored leaves most I Ij

Vtlierein 1 find a horseshiw 11! WIn.d!; bltS k buds .1\t' heie in were yellow. Such a beautifu! j 1 0 Lbs. 59 1C 2
sight and we laid him to rest on The reascn why the Ar.er'.cin wckman
help bury a darling infant. I workj i great: flocks. They make such a 4
|the .
hillside. We did a' 4
in ni) flower garden. Life i. A"tI..1 I hatter, musical and not bad tc ,minister not have is SJ good; :z:; becc: : ise cf:: th? American I .
so I read the burial ,
this October. hear This week I worked in my service I Syste cf Pr.vate: Enterprise. It has o 4.
] and gave the
prayer myself. I I
Ii was the mocking bird singing M!'lotvees.again.tulip bulbs. I I have/also out put about out Then we rame down the hill. I given him tcc.s-r.1Icrmes, :: which give I > Fresh Long Island (No Head Over 29c ) J

at night. HELPFUL HINTS: Save : rim POWER for: production-an average I
hycianths along the shrubbery by YOUr i Lb. C
Singing for other biiib, sleeping the front porch. I put out some 'parafin seals from jelly glassesI cf $7.000 v.-crth; : br; each industrial worker. CAULIFLOWER 1412t 4I

or flown; >cilla.. a little bell shaped flower am saving mine to melt and use'I Those tccis': ',.-ere bought by stockhod'I! 'I 4 4
Piping his stolen flute, that blooms I 4
trillingthe very early and is a ;again next year. Try dampening ers from their SAVINGS. 4

lightMeasures I! toy to behold in the spring time. your shirts, put in a clean plastic 1 r. California 1 4
that never were his' With 50 of the tulip bulbs I get bag and put in refrigerator overnight Moreover, the American Economic:: System 4

alone: 1: to enter a contest. In the spring They iron so easy then has provided. the! education: good Stalk 4 4

II1'0 bright.; his mockery pulsing; and when picture they of them bloom.to I this will send garden a troublesome Use a fruit pans jar lid ami I t*scorchedkettles. scrape I :.v ir.g cc:id.cns! and the many freedoms ,l PASCAL CELERY 19C 4 4

club and ;;lat have attributed toward making the 4
might win .
a trip Soak
Carelessly! borrowed from nil he in soap water first :
had known 1 Holland. \Vhoopee There are BAKED HAM; This is a good American: : workman:: :: the; best in the: world: 4
: ,
It was! the mocking bird singing other prizes too. I set out a long time of year to bake ham I got I I I r* Libby, or Duncan Hines Frozen 4 4

at row of' peonies the datk pink'' one that was skinned and fat
night. a
That taught me 3. sons of my i along the east spires hedge. lot of it removed. I got just one I The Primary Duty of! Every Worker Is to Safeguard I ORANGE JUICE 7 99Co |

O'.V'l Our sheet in front of the house half of the ham. I scored the fat the Economic System That Has Given :;, Ir;i
has had a treatment of oil of some crass cross rubbed it with brown
Cora Wilcox Dreyer. Him the Greatest Opportu.iitiealU'ce ; -
nature to setlle the dust any sugar, and stuck a whole clove ir. I.'
Agen Sliced Sweetened Frozen
Vivid in mv meivorv., are the make it smooth. I now have my each squal'I baked it at 30e !I 1
songs of tr- birds house all dusted nice. Just degrees until done. Mighty good i I *
mocking at up i Ye"BSE': Chcrrr.ron. :' of Your Lib er.s. Cans
fi"v Hill Thev were my chiefMicht. now got through washing. drape !: CLAY HILL: I am so happy rr STRAWBERRIES 4 99C

( and oft at night I lay and some blankets. I have twc Leon Carter is home and helping ,r,.

awake and the song of the mockin new all wool blankets. One i? teach those children at my olc1 I I '

<* bird lifted my lonely heart tc aqua, the other yellow. I do like school. I can think of no one T tNSI I,

happiness. There was one that nice bed clothes. I found a horse would rather know was teaching .F t SUPERBRANDf'
used! to sit on the comb of the' shoe as I was crossing the east them. Now when he tells them p sees Pts ]

house at tangs where I boarded. .I street last week. Made me sc of Englands white Cliffs of Dovei b I'i I II I ICE CREAM 3 49C /-Gal 69C 1

It was there In the l'arlmornin"" ? happy, as that is always considered he knows what they are for ht | mb. ..SioriJaalionut l ( :
i r
when I went down the lane tcf''hl'1 good Inck. It was a small shoe, has seen them. Many things \\,il' jroup .b j

1 Here the spring birds and looks quit old. Yesterday a bt the 'same way. He wall now eN6E '- ._ .
have all gone south. The blue i'I family about :22! miles from here j know what our boys most need u -' _. -'''' '_ __ __.: _. .: iftL :: ":?: :
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'..yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.1 of Jacksonville were Sunday vlsij t j and 1 1.. ()t. mustard. I completed basis training at th' The pnce-reduction was made result of this !strong demand l'
tors at the home of Mr. and Mrs Contents of the special t'AfE: Chemical Replacement Training possible I ; they revealed because cf | added "our per unit prod '

BROOKERGrace 1! Ernest Edwards. ) OLD FASHIONED P a ESEftVESj. Budget Package include 2 Ibs ; Center of the Chemical Corp t the: unprecedented demand in thi ,, cost has been considerably lo\\.r, ;
Harry Edwards, who is connected each of bacon, sugar rate: 1 lb I Training Command at Fort MeClellan. ]part of the country for this parti- 1,' and this savings is being !p i "
G. BighornAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA j with the F )B. I. ill Washington each of coffee I itea for Great I Ala. ular item one of the most popon to the consumer."

I!; D. C has just returned tt .. .,. .. .... -. _. ... BrIt Ian .1. butter, preserves candy I He completed eight weeks training 'ular of their seasonal offerings. I This years' retail price I'" .
the capital city after spending 2'| 5 ._'7'- ->-, assorted chocolates and hard in general military subject "We are going to be able to ef- five-pound cake. most nomiU;
The Brooker Church of Christ week here with his mother and I i--' I.j ean started a ten day revival last relatives. ; -- specialized training in chemical { ( in the quality of our h"sellei -! rood, I chain will be $369 a--
!h u::< ::1""I1] !meat.NEWS. I
Thursday with Brother Billy Bell Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Fowler had! j o i warfare. Melvin will report tc i ; !ti! 't'! I.' "" -1 < ; : v ''iji! ; t let'

of Homestead Fla., conducting as their guest Sunday, Mr.! and I| /ll .,', r his permanent station from the (LlfJ.ld k-- .1Vi.e 5 : ,. : : ,

the services. Johnny Carrol, blind Mrs O E. Fowler of Jacksonville !| .' I: ABOUT Repla.em.-nt. Training Center. 1" ,
of Mims Fla., is the song leader j I Mr. a.dIrs.. Paul Schneider of i :, ,t'.:,1.; .. .:.j.. SERVICE MEN Iii" : '
The Young Peoples Classes begir 1 Miami, Mr. and Mrs. M. "R. Holtorof :" .; A & P Announces
at 7:30 p.nu, and church senicesj j Newberry Mr. and Mrs. L. D ,, :'"" '' i' F:.til I I It"k., .-> nf UiookerA ;

at 8.00 p.m. The public is cordially I Polk and son Dale of TrentonMr. i i.. ,.,. \ i.'I! like tv hear tiom -ome u'! Price ReductionOn
invited to attend. and Mrs. Rasty Mann and 1, fI ',
tit- II.loIi"ld: ; >i ( nintau.viite: / Fruit Cakes ___
Visiting the E. J. Lewis family I family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles' MoCMlan ... hi1.UT I \1" .. Get>lald L. Robeittdl
last Thursday afternoon were of High Springs. Mr. am4I '." Stark. housewives _
'I. Southern
Mrs. Horace Rosier of Gainesville. \Mrs I Calvin De Groff and childrer ." I _
: :
r\i Stoke'address is: RA 14474329. | cured of at least one t MM\
her mother. Mrs. O. W. Thomas, of of and Miss VickiE"FredErick '
High Springs
('0. B, 61st Inf. R-gt., 8th their Fall food budget-
Apopka, and Mr. and Mrs. R. B ,| of High :Springs.We .
DIFt Jackson S. C. Officials of the Great t v _
Thomas of Lake City. are sorry to report that Mr
We are. glad to hear that Mrs ;: Fowler is still confined to his bed Pvi stokes enlisted in the Regular j & Pacific Tea Compan\ V.i .

Lizzie Green !mother of Mrs. E. W I Mrs. 3. W. Thomas president of f '.,r Army two months ago am4 i nounced that the pmt .
Hodge is up and around again after the New River Association har ; has the marksman's medal for the 1952 Jane Parker Fruit 'tic -
I I M-l, carbine, and
being confined to her bed at the I r ju.t, BAR. would take a considci-ihh-- ,'!. ;
home of her son in Palatka for along i Leaders Conference at Daytona -- .
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I .. of th I n1.! t-
this "in spite
Piua'; > (\Mvm.sAii: \ 01 year
time. Friends will be glad tc j I I Beach September 30 thru October ( -

know that she' Is visiting here with ,,i, 2ml.i .I.. :.. .,". ..II IIro. lu. Ja, msI' .\1\1'' :S'.uko :Lt- ...st nf mateiials! al.l1.th'! r
Tier daughter, Mrs. i I ..
Hodge. :] -
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I I During the conference tenta A .11'!! >. of your :men home-nw* nr"I 11! tin niaik. t. ': l-e season is ri [QFa\ 9F
We are very happy to report I I live plans were narte to promote I '!rawU-iry PITNMVCS I is the ..uuMway I all too hort and y"-j ought \vik: ,
that Mrs. Emma Lou Tomlinson
the 60th anniversary which wil1 in, the wont:l to hrig; a pkam up to fin( )<\u\'e waited until to*
Mrs. Rosa Pinholster and Mrs. i into\ the eyes o1 'thl lucky -ople\ I $1.00r
Johnnie Green are all home from be held at Daytona Beach in 1951 who s'ft down fro your tihle. The tete.For :f-rf serving, f, awIJtn:f"t
the hospital. Our president hopes that this I story -is wondoif al from Ix-jriflnms: ;'ouSd: bt of medium: size ants it

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Barnett work will be promoted in our AsSIZES : to I'nd-the making of the pre m-ripe. Preserves hould Ln l WILL l LAYAWAYyour '
ewes: with tho aroma of the buh- II coked in small hate'- e-, not niM '. r
hling toil up filling the kitchen; the I lian.! ;two or 1 three.units. ::1" :.
-U'ht of the iich! red fruit and I tvne.: A recipe[! lor I.d! : | Fas'PMI" /
suup in Call Jars on your shelves; S;;rwv"berry Preserve iroin '' e i
aiiil, finally! the servirj *"f the 'taii'Blue;: i Cook cIII.rllr 2 ,P' ,. serves (art hap! with Jot (lakycuits. I h'jlled! berries hrn: 7 cups 'I! ,
,- I !Ft:gLr. Mix berries -i! ,,! sutir; .111./' rhone;M)> Siarke. Fit i If j I E: Jl\ l I I E: It
The straw.ery!. : siascr will be I lot stand ovrnisr''t; ( i I. r --- ------

pun' you hufoie you knew it, *ouve I Brirj slowly to boilins:. thor, !hull> -- ,
your Ball :Mason Jars and I rapidly until tern.> are lIar' (onBLANKET I \flrJri\ volt ofCONFiDENCE
tt'ill D"maps' ready tt use theft I| ;'nd sirup thick. .-- .1. anil, |- .1
>t da> y.i: ce ,.,trawl>erris suit- net > hot Call JaiSeal:: .' I.'Il' ( II' I"II"I" //IIL
sole for pE -
"AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA11LAAAAAA dffcth. They rushe.d him t* J Hr
t Felso and he took four stiche ir -

HIWAY\ the wound. He is better now
to heat every home The J. R. Kelt's attenddo The At
FCorida-Citadel:: football game Sat jc
urday in Jacksonville.Mr. REDUCEDPRICES not only in the dependable STANDARD OIL
I and airs Haislop a&' Mr
and Mrs Fred Haislop were visiting products they will receive-but with con
Prices to Fit Rev. A G. Karnes began his I I
0 pastorate for the year 1953 at in Jacksonville last week. fidence that our thorough service will keep
Mrs. Berain- Kelly, Teresa Cros
Every Purse end P Bayless Hj&hway & tt&ry. .AjrootJ by and Beulah Kelly visited Sherman their cars running better, longer!
crowd attended. He and Mrs.
Crosby at .St. Luke's hospi. I
were surprised wher.
tal last Wednesday. "We went tr
It's true! You can Oa genuine QUAKER for less than I j j i twelve of her relatives came from
you'd expect to pay for an ordinary oil healer.I Only i i j I Jacksonville[ and brought chicken see him Sunday. He hopes to be Don't Wait Until Cold COMPLETE QUALITY
offers both automatic draft that makes home this -u'kend maybt If Dr
you I i I and all the trimmings for dinner. PRODUCTS
heater work perfectly regardless: of chimney condition and Fort jxtspes era his dismissal ,R ei SERVICE! ."
I We Weather
also had
i a good Crowd -
'lll'n'our heateris
automatic heat circulation .that turns on \\
warm.. ,turns off by itself \\hen ]i night: Church ill be held
your heater cools down. See these 1 I every Sunday for the teaming year C.A.RJL Packages Do IINDW
marvelous features that are exclu- and we invite everyone to *-oniC
sive with QUAKER. Come in tod..y and worship with us Shipping
for demonstration. J Thomas Truck Terminal
a Mr. and Mrs. Herbert T; C"l'mhl'" To Overseas Needy

MODEL and baby of Wiersdale were visiting i.- a
108 Mr. and Mrs.' Eddie Noimar Americans who wish to assure 0 ( HALF MILE SOUTH OF STAnK:;

Sunday. Thanksgiving' and Christmas cheer I (ON U. S. 301

Quite a large crowd of Bajlesr for relatives, friends or needy i' I
families ----- -- -- --- -
lolks attended the Sing at Johr.s overseas can take theIr
town Sunday afternoun. choice this year of three CARET

Sure glad to see Jimmy arid food packages wpecially) prepaiec1

Helen Crosby and little Jimmy at for giftgiving.The .
church Suu>Jay nighL annual CARE Holiday j'
aya'MAKE a Sorry to hear about little Michael Package containing a whole canned r Rrd is the

Connors accident last week turkey plus dinner trimming Jw'wondei
THE MAGIC DEMONSTRATION 'lie I fell out doors and received a for as many as 12 persons isagain \ > r

-a YOURSELF! painful cut on his head. Almost I available at $18.75 for de-1 I
MODEL scared his mother and dad tc livery in Austria. Belgium] Finland '
how !
See YOU ton SAVE FUEL i ..
3010 France, West Germany and .
1 I sociation in a great way. Berlin, Great Britian (England I

I Correction Please Scotland. Wales and N'othern Ireland
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE The amount of the REA approved ), Greece, Italy the 'Netherlands .:

I loan .to Santa Fe Telephone and Norway. ; favorite

PHONE 166 1 I Company slumld have been $20I ,' I canned In addition turkey alone CARE at offers the !1 :I oanver F l e !
,00000 instead of $2,700,000.00. '; a cost of I Ii
222-224 Temple Avc. U. S. 301 Starke, Fla. ,!i Thanks' 'I i'I $12 Package, and designed a tasty to$6.95 supplementthe Budget I,

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!!aughterg are learning. own.Germany ordered These and for two Yugoslavia recipients assortments in as East maybe wel' l t

as the above countries, while the
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...... Orders may be mailed to CARK: 't br{ i
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-- or any local office of the non _____ a. i iI
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; : Thanksgiving orders is Novembi l i
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of the CARE turkeys a r.

full-sized Beltsville Whites, Barr
heI i weighing at least 8 and 1-3 pounds

t 1' y t y I ? Steam-roasted in their own juicer! I ..

and packed in two pounds or lard j ., r qUI .. .'
they can be served hot or cold. :

I Accompanying the bird in the ;:
I CARE holiday Package are: 1 lb i i I Ford: out-sells] ) all] ] other convertibles
each of plum pudding, bacon, oaf-
fee tor( teal), chocolate candy, hard | "

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fsrss 1 sstrrs.SSr rrrrst s rrS -rrs-r rrs S re-re-a Methodist MYF I United and Norma Jean Adams.
Rotarians HearWRUF's
i Fletrht'rnth the n'' lemon vine m the I. E. CUrk -
I, and Patsy Silcox. Ruth and Steve ,
quad cheerleaders leading them yard Tuesday Seems Mr1 1
: Gives SupperFor :Of ConfederacyPlan PowellMaj. Simmons Helen and Henry Man- on- JoAnn Slade. Lavonne Dun- S. Hutto brought this plant v. .: .
assa, Jim and
Madge Chasteen, can. Judy Casey Jane Richarde. her from South Florida when -' .

New MembersThe ConventionThe Garland Powell manager : Tom and Marion Ritch, I). L. and Jackie Hobbs and Frances Doug Tnovfd here 23 years ago HI.

of radio station Selita Thomas. Laverne and Alma las .
WRUF. Gainesville Doyle Conner an' Jerry' that l>ais> Perryman had "
Senior MYF of the First W. T. Weeks chapter of the spoke at the Rotary Club Outlaw. Margie and Buddy Davis. Gay ought be ashamed of themselves good time recently taking <'a." <

Methodist Church of Starke hon United Daughters of the Confederacy Wednesday on the organization's-1, J. R. and Allie Mae Kelly. S. G. scarin' folks by putting that the Wools Cain children whilt! :

Gladys Mooty ored the newly promoted membejr met at the home of Mrs. 0 I Foundation & Student Loan pre> and Ernestine Denmark, Ovid and ghastly ghostly figure in their insurance Cains were in Atlanta for a t it.. -

I Phone 35 of the MYF with a supper Sunday I L. Beasley Oct. 1. j i, pram. This fund is used to assist, ))a\'ie Lewis. Doyle Conner Johnnie office window labeled "I ball game Mrs. P. i> d.l t- .

evening October 5 in the :\Ietho-I Mrs. L. G. Powell presided ovei deserving students who could not I Bennett. Charley and Ted Smoked In Bed" Very effective loved by all the children H, :

__.6.1 -I .I dist Fellowship Hall. j I the meeting. Delegates were otherwise afford a college ednca- Johns had in their party. Sen. and displa> for Fire Prevention Week neighborhood Hear Hi.-I ; '

Plans '' Kenneth Tyus, president of the elected to attend the general conS i I tion, Maj. Powell stated. Individual! Mrs.V.. T. Davis of Madison Sen. however Here's one for Believe Zeigler (brother of Rhoda l l'.i:

Junior Woman's Club 'group served as toastmaster of, vention which meets in Biloxi dubs contribute in'arin& and Mrs. S. D. Clarke of Monticel- It Or Don't The Stump' pier) has rejoined the Gan! -\ .
the supper and extended a welcome -I :Miss. Plans amounts to the fund. Jo, Mr.' and Mrs. George Canova of have
23 were made to attend an electnc clock which after police force after two year '"' .
Fashion Show October to the new members of both 1 i the Florida District At the time the Jacksonville. Jerome Johns Mr. <
., Convention present Starke being re-set, continues running of absence during which he .-. .
{ the Senior and the Intermediate Oct. 14-16 in Jacksonville. j club is engaged in an attendance, and Mrs. Dave Westcott of Tam- backward' What a convenient with the FBI 11( '8 been! ,''n "

The October meeting of the Junior -!i' Martha Yancey. MYF's.Jim i The following officers contest with the Keystone Height j pa and Mr. and Mrs. James Donnof thing to have around never be G'ville force for 20 '
I BoanYMeeting were installed year.pH!
Woman's Club was held Monday j!., A report on the District Monday j I II Ritch, Superintendent of::i : Mrs. E. K. Perryman Rotary Club. The losing club wij! Miami Eoline Smith had in late for an appointment, and feel that time as Chief H<'ai r
in Deland.
in the club house with | held the Youth Division Rev. T. ,, her I
evening II G. party: Ann Johns, Green
entertain the winner at the clc Judy you're
I I Sarah Torode president; :Mrs. W. G. Hale, 1st < getting younger all the Norma May Sweeney (Hanni-.i'
Marjorie Dowling, president, pre. Oct. 6 was given by Mitchell Mrs. T. G. Mitchell i i of the Mary Frances Hazen Jimmy Rowe [ time
Elsie vice-pres.; Mrs. O. L. Beasley, contest. instead of older! Glad to vice-president of the &'n; t'
tiding. I I Members that attended were Senior MYF Counsellor, and Misr \; 2ne\i and JoAnn Smith And others hear little Barbara Jean Mitchell
vice-pres. Mrs. Evangelism
Sarah ; J. B. Cottrell ( I Fellowship at \Vil.n
Jewel JCoegel, finance chairman Hazen, Marjorie Dowling. I Oleeta Green, Intermediate MYF secretary; :Mrs. J. E. Wilson Hope & Paleface \ attending were: Idell Landrum. is off the sick list and spry as ever Jennings Bryan Unimsity 11\ .
Fall Fashion -I I Torode and Jewel Noegel.The j Counsellor were introduced to the I Randy Chitty, Martha Landrum, .
will be in charge of the voted to for pi treasurer; :Mrs. L. A. Davis, Weismuller & I now friends of Col. D. E. ton, Tenn., .where she's a s. r i.:
club and Jungle
pay made
brief Richard
group talks.
show which will be held Thursday I' registrar; Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Crosby. Dorothy Ross Knight will be glad to hear he Also learn that Joan T'-r
23 at 8 o'clock in the package to be sent to a serviceman I,j I Following the supper Harry Jim At FloridaBob Dorothy Alvarez, Dot Green Reese. is
Oct. American ,, record of cross; Mrs. W. J. Chandler getting along much better after made the Glee Club at Mars H
the i
Woman's club building. Ticket I oversees through Green Recreation chairman, led! : chaplain; and Mrs. L. G i i Donnie Page. Grace and Don Page,i' being; confined to bed for the past' N. C. .
be purchasec'from Red Cross. The next regular i in some fellowship sAging. Mrs Hope in another funny, j Corner Perryman' Nina Bishop and three .
at 50c apiece may Powell, historian. I Ten-year-old Tom Well Seems to be all :. '
member of the Junioi meeting will be a supper for new j I i T. G. Mitchell spoke of the work. i "Son of Paleface, and Johnny j Dot and Bill Powell. Jackson is undergoing a tonsilecti .
any of the clut |, Refreshments were served Weissmuller. former tarzan turne! long see you In !the
members and members |[! of the Methodist Youth by ; Want
Fellow- to be and
Club. Styles will be modeled froir sure see the B i \' t..daIII Alachua General next .
Tuberculosis Christmas I I j, the hostess and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid civilian, in "Jungle Jim in the '
will address ship and
Robbins [ explained the emblem -.quad 1
play Tuesday .
Leilas, Barksdales, night here Had t glimpse of that beautiful
Stumps and the Smart Shop. All art I,, seals. Ruth Simmons is ir I Ii I j| motto covenant, and benediction 'j co-hostess. i iI Forbidden Land," gives the Florida Carol: \ :r.

orchestra for the The November Theatre two top shows Sun- a _Bt.. .--
encouraged to come as the fund i j i charge of the i iI i The supper committee was comj i meeting will beat ; -

to be used for the Library annual New Year's Dance. :j posed of Judy Green, Phoebe the home of Mrs. Chandler and day and Monday.

are I I The following new members I Green, Ann Johns, and JoAnn Mrs. W. J. Godwin. !I Hope teams with Jane Russel' .
Fund. The committee "'
Building are as follows: door, Pat y Silcox I were voted into the clubs Mac II i Smith. I and Roy Rogers to make their Grand Buys! Farm Fresh 17'>>rtl' -

and Elsie Hazen. ushers, Gladyr I Mercereau, Connie Noegel, Esthei i| UF Needs Photos \ Paleface a hilarious westerr .4 .
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Cannon, Frances Morgan, Evelyi jI j comedy, .. ,
Green and Hazel Green, tickets Of First School I' ', ,, ,
I II Wesleyan Sunday Weismuller and his pet chitn
Sarah Torode, Marilyn Robert? I i Loughten, Geraldine Silva Joyct I )
Sewell Johnnie Ben II | find mystery and thrills in thi :
decoration i Ballen, Dean The University Florida if '
and Lillian Stump, I [ School Class
Norma Jean Adams Patsy Sil. | nett Anna Hinkley, Tommie Noun planning a big Centennial Celebration Jungle; Jim epic. with jungl' fruits and

cox, Edith Biggs and Nookic Marie Colson and Emily Fen Holds Supper during the current year and scenes at their best.Principal "

Fowler, chairs, Sarah Caines Lucy ney. i 1 perhaps you can get into the act -

White, Ruth Simmons ane'Martha ? I Christmas cards are being sol<' The Wesleyan Sunday ..rhoo' 'i Professor Samuel Proctor whr Off I g a i' -,

Moore. ( by all club members.business meetingthe class of the Methodist church heM is compiling a history! of the University -I To Washington Meet '

Jane Trawick health chairman ; Following the 1 1I I their annual covered dish i is seeking letters, photo{ .
American Home Chairman supperThursday BBS Principal C S Part, rtncl $ )
reported on all of the activities of I( evening of I list week in graphs, newspapers or any other '
introduced the '
Seletta Thomas W. J. Woodham are attending ilu
I j the lovely yard of the documents pertaining to early I Prices In this ad effective I
the Bradford County Health Department guest speaker, Mrs. Fred Cobb of I Hogar.i national conference on Life Adjustments
i I Smith home on N. Walnut: street. I history of the University. hru Salurda '. October 11.
for 1951. A nursery foi ]i Jacksonville, Florist shop owner I: Education in Washington
Mrs. Paul Bridges, Particularly needed are picture.0
president of i
will be at teacher of Florist this week.
small children provided summer
i .
the class, ana 15 members at lof the East Florida Seminary ir Snow White Large Head d L_ _ _
the Woman's Club, Tuesday, Nov school who gave a most Interesting I I They are being accompanied by
I tended the affair [ Ocala in 1853 the first graduating
delightful which ;
4, 80 that mothers of small children I talk on Flower arrangementsI I i T. Q. Srygley of Tallahassee each Jane Parker
i was class and faculty members and
can vote. The following arc I During the social hour deliciouri I member of the state eoucatior, CAULIFLOWER 29C
the side yard. any information the early !
in charge, Norma Jean Adams i refreshments were served by the Garden
pijncipals of the seminary.can staff.
Patsy Silcox, Edith Biggs an

S Baptist WMU I Methodist WSCS I Plan Hallowe'en I Red Tokay Sugared '-***

Carnival Oct. 24

Circle Circle .. Ibs Cinnamon ( l
Monthly Monhtly i The'-".annual ft Hallowe'en- carnival' GRAPES 2 19C

Meetings Held i Meetings HeldCircles sponsored by the Par ent-Teachei

Association of Bradford High .J DONUTS S

The Baptist W. M. U. circles of the Methodist School will be held Friday, Oct. New White

held their monthly meetings the W. S. C. S. held their October 21. "B<- it ever r-o humble, there'd,; no ': Sampson lake Lucille and L >x

first of the week at the following meetings the first of the week. This is the one annual moneymaking plai-f like home" seems mighty Green celebrated their 17th wedding Ibs

homes: I Circle 1 met at the home of project of the local P.T.A good to be back in the monotony ; anniversary on Monday and POTATOES 1 0 S9C Extra Special
Mrs. Titus Olson Adelaide and Claude Crowson planto
4 Daisy Fowler circle met with Tuesday morn and its success year after year

Mrs. Maxie Carter leader Tuesday ing with 17 members present. Mis. guarantees; funds which ale used of housework and office work celebrate their 15th anniversary Pkg of U 4 QCH

afternoon with 14 members,i L. A. Davis, leader, presided ovei to purchase items not included in where one can relax in the good tonight by going to the football FIRM 1UPK:

two new members and two visitorr the meeting. Mrs. Wilma Djck- the school budget. In the past ole routine for the next 50 weeks' game though June was our

present. The program was presented I,I stader was elected secretaiy for few years the proceeds of the before another strenuous vacation biggest birthday month but so far

by Mrs. B. T. Thomas. The the circle. Mrs. Davis gave a ie- cat nival have been used to buy comes due seems to have beer. October has got it brat want Tomatoes Lb25C JANK: PARKER! ; Spanish

devotional by Mr. Jesse New. i, view of the missionary study I audio-vi:ual aids, books for the: a lot of changes along Call street, 'I to extend birthday greetings! to Bar

some. Delicious refreshments book. Light refreshments wet e I elementary library and a water just in the two weeks I've been Richard Wainwright who Wton: CAKE 29

were served by the hostess, assisted I served as the guests arrived. Mrs cooler for the school cafeteria. takin' off Got a few of them Oct. 1 and Jackie Arnold, also 5

by Mrs. Majorie Colley. i L. D. Vininfir'" "pave- an-.- .n.ititi...r.._
Helen Masters circle! met at devotional.: pond and a "Meet the Witch ing Drive-In is closed temporarily.! niversaries with parties at Mrs Super-Right Meats

the home of Mrs. F. B. Beard I I Circle 2 met Monday afteiu Booth together with other surprises. probably through the cold weather; Priest's Kindergarten class. Martha -- -- -- ---- \ ABlS('() PHE IIl'\I!

leader, Tuesday afternoon with 12 in the home of Mrs. F. H. Long will delight the child!en. months Iva Mae Lewis,; of. Yanc-ey's birthday was (Or 4

members present. The devotional j with 17 members present. Chairman Hot dogs, hamburgers candy, ant) Brooker is working in the new I I Evelynn Newsome Lucille Uivt-n.; Smoked Hockless or Ready-to-Eat SALTINES

was given by Mrs. Guy Lee. Mrs., Mrs. J. H. Ritch, opened the :a Country Store selling home-made store that recently opened in the i Roy Turner and Mary Wynn celebrated -

O. L. Linsin, program chairman, meeting with prayer. TreasurerMrs. cakes, pies cookies and other good 1 former Linnie's location Two theirs on Oct. 7. Pt'ggv' Ib JCCDKKSSKI

presented "Home, State and J. H. Fields, reported $24.50 things will\ add to the !,Ieasm('. new clerks are on the staff at i Shaller's birthday is toda\ Oct PICNICS Ige pkg
Foreign Missions". and ,10 Dr. Jesse Hendlcy on Ort 23C
Mrs. Beard on pledges and project in veneiiar. Tickets will\ be sold to a slipper! Mitchell's Laura Simpson
led a special prayer for the mis. blinds for the junior church n'oi'.r\ in the cafeteria at $1 for luiults! Barbara HU-ks Sorry to hear 11 and on Oct. 12 Lois Johns T

sionaries. Mrs. Beard outlined the to be supplied by the circle. Mr> and r>0c for children. that Gertie Correa, soda clerk at J. Griffin and grandson, Cliff Mendoza -

work for the new year. The meeting I'' M. R. Judd, program chairman Koch's is in St. Vincent's hospital and H. L. Brownie will : ; ) .AM: DHAUN: 1I.A. (iliADK: ".\" Every I 1-Ih. pku. of Nabisco

closed with prayer by Mrs. A. gave an article on "Know youi after a recent operation Find : celebrate their birthdays on Sal lines: contains: : :i coupon

A. Durden.f I Courts" from World Outlook. Ar Geo. KaufmannsHost Alice Anderson pinch-hitting at Od. 15 Mrs. C. G. larksdal hasa Lb. north lOc towards I the purchase -

Delicious refreshments were interesting quiz program \va> At HomeMr. Konnie-Donnie while Myrtle An- birthday and little Barbara FRYERS 4c of .'{ envelopes! of Up

served daring the social hour. given by Mrs. T. Olson. those taking derson is visiting in Philadelphia Jean Mitchell will be one year old tons Soup.

Members 'of the Ida Darby circle part were: Miss Annie Daiby ,. : Esther Stallings is learning the on Oct. 20. nearly forgot 3 Liplons Tomato VegethieARM0I'lt
: anJ :\11''''. George Kaufmanr, I and more Charlie Parker's on Oct -
met with the leader Mrs. N. O. and Mesdames Lee, Cottrell ropes at Shell Oil this week STAR AM. MKATIb
were hosts at their home Rt. G. Mitchell and
on 1 who's 5 and Rev. T.
Maxwell with 10 members and Richarde Daisy Perryman and '. will replace Virginia Crews SOUP 21ci
Sunday evening for a supper Janet Turner's? on Oct. 10 cello
two visitors present. During the Mrs. E. K. Perryman. Mrs. T. J leaving today with her folks 57C
party commemoratingtheil Joe Smith whose 9th birthday tell FRANKS
business session election the officers Griffin gave an interesting devotional Montgomery Ala.
youngest daughter's baptism irGainesville's in on Sept. 28 and brother Cal \\ ho-e
were elected as follows: "Ambassadors for Christ". hopes to join husband. Bobo. ::1{ ..n..lop.llh coupon.
Lutheran Church' 7th birthday is Oct. 12 celebrated
The circle is grieved over the! by Christmas
Mrs. W. L. Andrews, co-leader and earlier in the day. Germany with a big party last Satur<1t\ Uptons Chicken Noodle
Mrs. D. L. Thomas, passing of two of their beloved J. E. Ohlinger, operator-manager Sliced
secretary; Mrs A. W. Starke and Miss r Was going to list the gang putt Center Cut
treas.; Mrs. S. E. Sparks, program members. Miss Olive Ray and Mrs :Miriam Staike lelatives of thKaufmann's .of the Drive-In theatre has Joe and followed the BUS team to Palatka SOUP 27C
chairman; Mrs. P. M. Barefoot M. B. Herlong. transferred to rort St.
from fould would
Chicago, wr Florida last Friday nite but it 99C
DuPr Delicious refreshments were Ira Harris manager of the HAM
stewartship chm.; Mrs. enlistment
the honored guests. be easier to say that all of Starke
served by Mrs. Long and co tells me that Frank Baker is the
chr. Mrs. A. L. Alvarez,
; Other guests included: Mrand Florida was seen there except m \vhc I :1! envelopo with coupon.
replacing -
Mrs. Tom Warren and Miss; Irma hostesses. Miss Kate Struth. new operator for the
Mrs. R. C. Pekie and Mr. ancMrs. is enjoying a cold I and at t< '. un-
Circle 3 met with Mrs. L. S I Wesley Thomas who has=
Gamey, membership :Mrs. Leaston .
; '
C. Muhlhoffer of KeystonEHeights foitunate others so will ji.st! ;.it, -i.
chairman and mission Hutto. After the business session resigned Janie A"pfis backin !
Wynn, ,.
prayer j I : Mr. and Mrs. Claud tempt to list a few of th s( s<'I'n
study :Mrs. F. F. Fmme, conducted by the leader, Mrs. A ; town after being away for the All Soap Prices at
; I Crow )n and :Mr. and Mrs. Wall) her at the Gator Bowl frame In .lax be l Jfy.
community mission; Mrs. D. W. Wood the study book was ie- summer she won't open J <<' J( -
:Muhlhoffer of Staike: and th<> Saturday nipht Gilbert and l Mat :
Moore children home and Mrs. R. viewed. Mrs. W. B. Parks read a : j restaurant until the Temple a'I'I
Kaufmann's A & P Have
I other rhildn-n. Kara You paret Hro-Aii) .1 I' and M d"1Authorized
A. Thomas, literature.The chapter from "Accent on Liberty"The I lyn. Lois Jean, and Paul. I job is finished however Stq. I 1t :, 4.i.a..1; 1,,'I .OHI S\U 11))(' ON TIM:
Wainwright part !
devotional was given by Mrs find Katie

devotjonals wasiven, by' Ethel Lowell, theme "Ambassador timing at Wainwright Mi.tor.s ;! sr'. Hot" !f.." h, 'II;.:' Special Offer i Been Reduced
Mrs. Sparks, ty Mrs
I for Christ". ForestWoodman'sCircle these days Hoyt Starling ha<-
Those taking part cn the
The hostess served apple pie been added to the Denmark u.i s-O/. Tku. Ann 1'am-
program were, Mrs. D. L. Thomas,
Mrs. N. O. Maxwell and Mr1V.. I, ice cream, tea and coffee. To MeetThe house staff Macaroni i ; : or TIDE large package 28C

The next meeting will be will Norma and Cliff Cunif DH.Y. :
L. Andrews. The meeting closed S Spaghetti
Mrs J. F. McComb. Supreme Forest Woodman'.' into their new home on W M t t't r:
with the 9c
hostess serving delicious' lou FAB large package
refreshments. The November i Circle 4 met at the Kingsleylake circle urge/ all members to attend son street Saturday and Sal Si I ((1 I

I home of Mrs. John A. Torodeon the regular meeting in the WON ford moved into their m-w horn Price
meeting; will be at the home of
Mrs. W. L. Andrews. Thursday evening.;: Sept. 2t> I hall Tuesday evening at 7:30.: across the street on Monda\ -Lh.. !Loaf (hed-0-Hit I Scott
with a covered dish supper. Mrs There will be an initiation at got word that June caldwell ispeeted -'xI "' .
Ix>rene Epperson circle met at I I '\ American rolls/
Titus Olson led in a business. discussion this time anal I also a practice tcI home Sunday from Ventura\ TOILET TISSUE 3 35c

the home of Mrs. R. B. AlvarerOct and plans for conducting I Ii attend the installation of officen Calif. heard WHY she is < <>ming l'roce _ _ _ _ _ _
? at 3 o'clock with 16 rnerm- in Gainesville Oct. 2S. been able b, gt Cheese Food 1'lLI.5lt'lt'
i a church nursery were made. The Gainesville but haven't ;:
bt-rs present. Mrs. Alvarez opened I Mrs. L. Whitehead gave ar I Grove will be he I ss at a permission to divulge the set'ft Special low 90C

the meeting with prayer. The devotional interesting report on the Missior I thicken dinner in their WOW haP as yet M-Sgt. Carl H. Edwards; Price FLOUR 5 lbs 48c
was given by Mrs. L. G
Powell. I Book on Human Rights. The devotional at 6:30: the same evening. Al! was home on a 4-day pass over

I was wen by Mrs. De' I the weekend before reporting in A & P Grapefruit
members : ittriAit: ;
from Grove 279 invited I
Mrs. W. J. Epperson led prayer Colley. are Calif for further duty rpl

for the business part of the mee-t'1 I to attend. Jack Hall arrived in Fort Jai k- 1.15 VAU'K: 2 46-oz cans 33c

ing Mrs. C. A. Knight gave son, S. C. Wednesday for hu;> discharge -

port on the sick and Mrs. Alvarez Future Wives PTA Schedules after serving a year ir ForONU 99cAnn I

read the officers and their duties I Germany Tom Harding n-fr / I ; Page

The meeting closed with sentence [, Hold 1 1st Party Meeting Oct. 14 Wednesday for his physical in Ja.\ S. 'f P "- I _j I TEA 1j-lb 37c
i -
prayer hostess served delicious -II and from there he will gn to Lack %
The Bradford Chapter of the : t
refreshments i I
assisted byj: Bradford land AFB. San Antonio. 1>xai!; Self-Rising
1 j High School Parent- Dixie Lily
Mrs. Paul f'uture Homemakers of Americ Pink
Raymond. where he. has joined the air forci Cold Stream
had their first Annual outdooi I Teacher Association will hold itt Corn Meal, 5 lbs. 57c
SK-2 Don Ray Tilley is ex
party at the home of their president October meeting in the !schoo'cafeteria. tall can fac
BSPhi To Meet pected to land in Guam this w >el I Deodorizer) SALMON
N'ight. October 6.Green Monday;: Tuesday evening. Oct for further duty with th. N'av? Air Wick bottle 53c _ _ _ _
I Chaperons were I ,
11, at S p m. An interesting pro- Morris Williams, -cenfly! discharged -
The Beta Sigma Phi sororit.t Mrs. J. R. McDonald sponsor of
gram is planned. in which teacher has moved from Wav Deodorant Soap) Marcal _
will hold its bimonthly meeting the chapter Mr. and Mrs. V. H _

Monday: evening at S at the home I:, Fergerson. and Mrs. Nelson Green and pupils will participate.A working cross Ga.for to Hercules Baldwin.and. Capt startn ESilvernail

of Marie Colson on N. Walnut I,I This occasion was enjoyed by approximately short business meeting will be reported for furthr, Bluing Flakes _ _ _ -

street \\ith Ernestine Denmark a? I i 75 young people. Thf held. Items to be included ir. duty at Camp Atterbury. Ind! ui r1 BuloraDealer Blu-White pkg 9c

co-hostess entertainment. planned by Jackie the annual budget will be dis Oct 7 Van CampsJURA

I I Dyal and Carolyn Kelley. incl'd'music l'usst'd.Iembers will be asked to Sgt. Billy Dansby of the Nat :j Toilet Soap J Hath J Bar flat 23'
Guard left Wednesday for For 2 bars 23c
by the Future Farmerr vote on a change of meeting night -
Presby. Circle I Bennins. Ga. for 5 months in th I ROBERTSJEWELRY

'II Band, consisting of: Delano Thomas Comtno Chief School Pv The Luxury :\"aphinModess

Circle 1 of the Presbyterian Women J. T. Pollard, Bobby Crew> i. Marriage License '!i Stephen St. John was home fo 39c

of the cljurch will meet Monday I and Dick Forsythe. The refreshments Seymour L. Marco, 2S. of' the weekend from Aberdeen. Mej ( With Face Cloth A & P FOOD STORE

evening at 8 at the home of were planned by Naonv Starke and Miss Carolyn J. Chile I Proving Grounds.I Your Friendly Jeweler 29c Tea Co.
I Hear the Boy Scouts like thei ir'' Breeze, Ige pkg The' Great Atlantic and Pacific
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Stokes, I
on W. Madison Shirley McRae Phoebe: of Jacksonville were granted
a new leader Harry Green, ver y\\ I 300 East Call St.
street with Mrs. Al Hartmanr Green Carolyn Kelley and Lavon marriage license Sept. 3ithe, much the troop had a gran Phone ? -0 I Starke. Fla. Bab-O Cleanser, can 12c Entire Content Cnpyrizhted.: 19.V)
as co-hostess. Hodges. time over the weekend --
County Judge's office leports. camping a I -.--- -.I --- -.

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rsssrrrrsssssrrsrssrs.--s-s i rsttJJrJtSSSSfl'fl Lt. Col J. L. Mundorf and Sgt. I II I Mrs. Edith Christiansen has returned ;i Recent Births 'KK' 1 AL .:t: I 1 -' -i, -ht office df' 'h.'I', .. \ .1.1t

Thm Strickland flew in Saturday home after Riverside : ht i :i.u't' Court on .r I.d.f. t 'I, .
a in -
weejt '.1'' I I I I.' d.t .-f X.iv.-rnber. IStil'! "Ih..r. I:,. ......
I from Washington, D. C. for a fe.vhours I Hospital] for a Thyroidec Mr. and Mrs. Richard Arley :
i visit with the R. E. Mum tomy. '. Underbill of Starke announce the 'J: / will be taken as confessed: : by '. A .1 Th..111.1K\.
d&ddnhit5 11'1 1 I
dorfs. I birth of a daughter. Rhonda Pa- III' notice shall be published

I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lamar John I tricia. 8 IDS.. at the Doctor's In -ach week for four corsevutivt. ,I I.....I, Judcr ., (...url: llr.i.ll., ..r.l'
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp had i of Gainesville spent Sunday with i I in the Bradford County Tel r.mati.. florida: !. Prnlmfr.IX .
Clinic Oct. 6.
j hospital j* i I UK Kstat: HrMha .
: .I
dinner in the yard Sun- II | I :,t. it thiv dIu'| vf tvtcbrr.. '
as guests her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frazieij -- I5 \\ !s-f.-- ll.rl.-! .-. l I".a'. ,'
day: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ray Shaw. II i] SEAL A J. Thomas ;I \OTirK TO 4'IIfl11'siuL'
- -------- - I As !,
I j V. :Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Byrd ofj I Clerk of said Court .'\.1): ,
ar.d son. Ricky and Mr. and Mrs. :Marian I> Crosby. Deputy Clerk I' ., ;;;: ; .
I | 1. ::f.-: \ ,
:Mrs. Janie Avery returned home Mrs. L. A Davis will attend the Bremerton Wash.. are announcing It, HI 4t 10 31 i I :
Pete Reyes and son Steve of :!| STAR BRAN Dress and Work j jtfhoe i i : I" .1
Sunday after spending the .summtJ'I Florida Division Convention of the I the birth of a daughter Sandre |r" I .1101..1 t "
\ Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. for Men and B"js atStwnp's. : Circuit Court. lraOfr Ceoity. "
in Atlanta, Ga. and Asheville and U. D. C. of which she is a member j I I Richard. born Sept. 30. Mrs. Byrd ]'t end ,,, -ai.I
of Heilbronn Springs -'
Sapp I: .
Bat Graves N. C. I all next week at the George I is the former Barbara Keen |Id : : i h ; .It. all Simmon- .I'l.nntiff. \ .- j r.Minn j'-uiu. .1
Mr. and Mrs. DE'"e'arrt'n and | < .t. ni ot Siriuiii'ii> 1 IVNmlaiu. I
1..aVil'lg''I Washington Hotel in Jacksonville. I Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Renner have daughter of Mrs. Nelma Keen of | Case X... >41rt j( KI..Irf.i: i .. 1I 1\,\
two and Mr. and Mrs. Bill I > i.- K ,1
Mrs. Bertha Pearce is Jack Briggs and Jack Ogle of son. Starke. ( : I! : !i ., Of I'libliolUnni Noflrv-Te1 I .. -
today for New Orleans, La. for Tilley:: and son Steve of Starke. returned to their home i in Hollywood ". I mrl, .ir Of IMorl.Ia T..: !i h-- rr, -! t. ,_
Columbus. Ohio are guests of Mr. after spending some time -- !-.. i ,/ :Mmiroe imm.wh.:, ."-. i E.., h '.. ,
several weeks' visit with her son" Currie. T. ; : n.-e and addrt ss I iv i- to MrI ,,
and Mrs. Cliff
I : with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby G. : I' t: n t..1 t I'
in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Mattie Gah.igan is visiting j in Norfolk Va. and I ..I ;I j Simmoi' XV.ilniit Cov' Xoith .1 .
E. her son and daughter-in-law Mr. i Renner's mother Mrs. A. F I announce the birth of a daughter. I I .. !th. ,1.I. la.in\ .1". "
H. Smytlu Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Reynolds of I at i: "- are reiiuir.d to ;app .u I., SI',
I of Mr. I and Mrs. R. E. Gahagan in Bluff- j Sauls and Mr. Sauls. Glenda"h'ian.. in the Ft. Pierce %: : I' nilir Ifl. 1!>.".:2!, III ;he .,t.\ ,1': n.. \ ".
J. E. Mundorf returned home Miami were Tuesday guests Memorial hospital Sept. 21. Mrs ." ] Court and wh.r. S1
I ton, S. C. for several weeks. j ( .an-- in' U II"?
I Mrs. E. J. fowling, Sr. Ii seeksdior.. .
and t art an.I .1" .' M) \'
Sunday after a months visit with i George Sanders of WythevilleVa. Patray is the former :Miss Marie of minor .15 '
It ihild I'.radford 1 ..i; tt,. .MMV .. .rt' S
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relatives in Owe IbOTD. Ky., Au Mrs. Bertha Pearte spent the I visiting his sister Mrs Guy Crews of Starke. '%' Telegraph shall publish' thi -'is \ CC: 'II. il..UK I.F I.
Starke chief of Police "W. E. .
gusta, Ga. and St. Petersburg. weekend in Jacksonville visiting'!.Andrews and Mr. Andrews thirI I __ I i T in next, four weeklj. ,i jcuis.' I' '. i .
I I Thornton .will leave this week fora i I .\ 'II"" '!' 111" hand and off' tat --.i!
Mr. and Mrs Ed Ensor and Mrs. II I week. I and ,': :! Starke, Florida< t tlu I,,' 1,1'0'" 4 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johns will j ten-day vacation in the hills of I Seaman Mrs. Ovid D. Bennett :?.
1 I JMary Lane and daughter Mary II III I I II announcethe biith SEAT. .
uth Carolina.Mr. of a son ) A J Thoma
the weekend in Macon. Ga. i > !I i.
spend Beth. G. B. Savin of Pensacola spent 'I A* I.'k. 111 V.UJ I'olU I
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Thurman I I E Randall Ovid Sept. 30 at Jack Marian 1... Crosby Deputy cie-k
I i I last week with Mr. and :Mrs. : I .
and Mrs. Cart Mathews sonvjlle Naval Hospital. Mrs. Bennett ,. \.. I It.. II.--. ;2::04 iuarant; I .
Hathaway and Mr. and :Mrs. Bill : Mrs. S. R. Johns drove to Little !!: j. Flynn. I I ; i hIIIJ:'. Ja.-ksoiu' ille. Florida ,,
is the --
; spent the weekend at Neptunei I former Geraldine Shaw --
Sexton. \ for Pit
Switzerland, N. C. on Saturday toj i
i Beach visiting Mr. and Mrs. Virgil {i of I .. 10 10 4t 1" Ily "Shorty'
!I get Mrs. C. F. SaylesjPreturning toj 1 I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn i !
and Mr. and Mrs. ,
Mathews t\
: 'I
Starke on Wednesday. Mrs. Say- Jacksonville were the weekend MiTiri: Of- INTKMION TO
rI1l T 1 Year 'I j II Lowell the Mathews.combined Th birthdays occasion being of-r'''les will be the guest of her sister,1''guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie I Notice is hereby given that the !- .i.I:
JMrs.I E. K. rvrryman/for severa? Parker. following Clerks and 'iBiied. undo r the pro\i I'-.n- f
Mrs. Lowell Mathews and Mi&3j Inspector ', Chapter; 2'7.3( : l..a" .. of Fl!'.nd.i,
j Patsy Mathews. ',days. I It Sen. S. D. Clarke of Monticellc have been appointed for the General ,. of 1941.! will rrpiMer, with tb.!,
Service I I Election of the Cir.-iut <*oiirt in .11..,!
I to be held
of Sen. Tuesday .
( the Thursday guest I
was lradford Countv. State' of Fl I '11 i
I: Rev. and Mrs. Homer SwindellI [j IIOLEI'ROOF Njlon Hose ..tMtimps. | Charley E. Johns. November 4. A.D. 1932; in llv upon receipt of proof, of puMi. .1-

Assured I and son. Anthony were dinner I ,! various Precincts of Bradford ,of tbi-- noti.e.. the fi. tm, 'u i'
'" of Thomas court and Tr.ul.,! ,
i! guests Tuesday evening of Mr. and I I Miss Rita Robertson of Gainesville County, Florida: I IInd..rt hi< II we are tit: .tg.: c
Mrs. Fred Jenkins 'in Jacksonville. Mrs. H. J. Glasow of Cocoa war and her mother. "Nlrs. Collin I'HECI"C"0.; : I ...'in. s- .it St.trk Fla

j the weekend 'guest of Mr. anc!! ''of State Farm were Sunday afternoon LAUTKV: I |' R T Thomas, Starke. Fl.i
Thomas. Fla.
CONTRACT'INCLUDES I Mrs. Sarah Lawson and Mrs Mrs. Gilbert Brown.i ,; Starke
I I guests of Mrs. Peggy Shaller H. C Kelly.) Clerk : Ed W. Durban I' I this 6th day of October. A
Wilma Doc tader and son. Hilly i ------- - - -- - -
ALL PARTS AND LABOR i Richard Carter. Luther Hil- ,{ 19..2! : at Starke, litadford Coun
: spent the weekend in Tampa visi s. G. M. Bedenbaugh of Tallahassee Carl Johns and Guy Andrews "Some u tI> > do t'\fr\ t hlll.
Hard and Hubeit Florida."I ..
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CHARGES ting Mrs. Lawson's sister Mrs will arrive this weekend will attend the Florida Motor ; spectors. Priest In- YVYW'F I 10 4t I" .J:.l I.lXOTHT I I the HARD uaIt's \ :

Holm. for an indefinite stay with her son Court Association state convention .
Roy I : Of .n'IJnTO ------------------ -
Limited Time Only PKKCIMT NO. '2NOKTII I!
I J. C. Hobb-;, and family. in St. Petersburg on Oct. 11 (( : : I'U..ITIIII'11:
Dr. M. B. H.riong, Mrs. Carrie to 15. STAIIKK i is hereby given that the ."a*>j for us to kcf1> \"11 r i .u

ALL SCREEN SIZES '< Adams and their sister. Mrs Hairy Burwell of the U. of F Day Shift It ,.' r-iRind, under the provision1- in top condition during the < out tu \
'hapte, :2fi..93! :! 1':1"' of Florida
Mary Edwards of Jacksonville I spent the weekend with Mrs Mrs. Mae Jones, Mrs. Fannie Chas. Hardy. Clerk: Ada E :: ..f )9U.| will| register with the: Inter months. S <- u.. t
50 t who is vusitins: them Indefint: (>ly. I Frances Thorpe. Mrs. Thorpe also I, Wood and Mrs. Jennie May Petrec I Lawson Alice B. Stubbms. E. A : ;, rk radford: of. the County.Cir.-ui Slate Court of in Flori-and I for complete \\intnilln!:.
$49. ] spent Monday and Tuesday in : had as Sunday guests Rep. anc1 I of Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof Winkler. Raleigh V. Crosby Marcus ( upon r.-c. tilt of. .proof of publlca-

Crescent City visiting relatives. I I[ Mrs. John B. Bunvell of Fort Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mr. L. Conner. A. B. Whjteheac1 ,. \\ I. l : I ..of of this Coiinan""'i.Medical. the laboratory fictitious TTTTTTTrTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLBBY
1 Lauderdale. and Rodman U. Undeiliill. Inspec which I
am engaged in busi
STAll UK AM) Shoe "stand, I and Mrs H. G. Davis Jr. tors. \ I ; at irahani, Fla. /

mud and watfir. Select ) oup at I William FelO!; of Jacksonville and son, Greg returned to their Night Shift I | Robert. I". Colm.in. Craham.

Chas. C. Shepherd Stump's.Mr. .. I spent the weekend with his brother home in Tallahassee on Sunday Chas. Hardy. Clerk: Nita K ii. i I : ,. sole;thi" owner.!9th day (.f O. tober

I I Dr. Pete G. Felos. after visiting Mrs. Davis' mother Dobbs :Minnie: L. Tyus. Mary Ella 1, s Florida.. IftS.! ai StarUe, Bradford Coun Sales & Service
John of (
and Mrs. Edwin St. Mrs. Rawson Davis.
RADIO TV I. ; Watterson. Eldon Sapp. Floyd RCrosby 10/10 4t 10 31
Hawthorne spent the weekendI.th Miss Sue Biggs of St. Augustine '. kAAAAAAALA&AAAALAAA4Kaiser
Phone ::239 Mrs. V. -S. St. John and fam I. spent the weekend with Mr. anc'Mrs. !' I Mrs. Gene Kuhn and son, Barryof and Martha P. Wood, In )/ NOTICK
Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. spectors.- is hereby given to whom Frazer HenryJDEALERSHIP
: Leslie .
I ily. Biggs. !'< i
J I W. H. Smith and family on Tues I I PKKCIMT: XO. :SSOITII : I mayo, onoern. that I have atc n

1 C. J. Powell and daughter Mrs day. STAKKK: I I t I"III..J"," 01. .h.1.1""'"al..1.,1; I",i r'I F'I I., Temple Ave. Ph. 32

WayneSargent: of Columbia, S. C. E.V.. Hayes. Clerk: Pearl Z ''a : .'i" I ;a"01 i !1 t t,. i"i' t \ f __
; arrived home Sunday from Portland Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark Burnham, Mildred A. Parker N '. ..t :1,1.. \ I. '.:.:' .(Jlpl\ : ::1,. --

l Ore. where they were visiting I had as guests Thursday of last C. Coleman and ClydeV.. Colson or 1 Li.h.
3 MONTHSSUPPLY week, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thoma Inspectors.i "
| Mr. Powell's son George who arrived I :
Ihome earlier in the week of Crescent City. I PKKCIXCT XO. IC.KAIIAM I '. |

I with his mother by train. LtFargent Mr. and Mrs. John Mtxon a 111' ... :
; was hereon a four-day daughter. Dorothy Jean, visited J. Frazier Clerk; I i

I pass over the weekend after which Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Mixon in Berry Dyal. Dewey D. Murrh e T Work Guaranteed

''he and Mrs. Sargent returned tr Gainesville Saturday afternoon. and Equilla Roberts, Insp(>Ctors. ( !

I Columbia. Also here for the week PKKCIXCT: XO. 5

O.F FILM FREE I'lend vaanother daughter. Mrs Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Davis ar I IIAM1TOX: P!) : l ::! New Bulova -- Elgin And Swiss

Robert Lappe and son. Bobby o' expecting as weekend guests11': L. J. Wynn Clerk: Horace D ,

Jarksom ille. and :Mrs. L. R Gooding, Jr.. Mr May, Frances A. Wadsworth an In WATCHESGOOD

With the purchase of ANSCO Camera or Flash outfit I and Mrs ,,,. F Gooding. Mr. and Mae Sweeney, Inspectors. l-l
Mrs. J. W. Lee of Atlanta. Ga 1'KECIXCT I" I I
selling for $15.00 or more we will give you absolutely I J. J. Tolbert and daughter, Dor.na XO. 6 !I." I I : I
i i9 visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. RChasteen
T11JII': .
Free all the film you can use for 3 months, beginningJan. Mrs. L. R. Gooding. Sr. and Miss i \ \. ; USED WATCHES
Sr. at State Farm anc4 Walter S.
1 '1953. Offer good on cameras for giftsyougive June Pace all of Charleston. S. C Sibley. Clerk: Clyde I: I i
the Junior Chasteens in Starke.
Hall, Robert J. Dodd .
l ,
the Film-This offer good The Davises and their guests wil? and Stanley : I:
the give
camera, we Durand Inspectors. 1 I : : ,: SEE US FOR BARGAINS
tm Lay.awayz-jut so amount is paid in full Dec. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin .ljsF attend the U. of F.-Clemson football i k
Gainesville Satur 'u !
Anna Darby and Mrs. Carrie game in on
15th. ::i : j I
I RitCh will be dinner guet-ts Sunday d.l y. ;. ('< t WILLIAMS JEWELRY

I Hurry, so as not to he disappointed-due to shortage, I of Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza Reddish R. Andl'eClerk" ed

only a limited quantity of outfits are available. i in Jacksonville. The occasion! Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Brinson am1Mr. .E. L.M.Kelly. Frank L. Tomlinsorand t o r | i 1 I 1..1:; 1 W. (Ahl. ST. :-\1 AHKE. Fl.\.

being the combined birthdays o4Mr. and Mrs. James Reddish, and F. Wiggins. InspectorsPltKCINXT I' :; : ,.

THIS OFFER WILL NOT BE GOOD Griffin and his grandson Cliff son, Greg Valdosta, Ga. were : XO. XI ''' ; ...

Menooza visiting their father Roy Turner '; KKOOKKK: V*. . . . . . .-.-. .-. V Y V V VYTTTVTVTVVYYTTYTVYTTYYTTTYVTTYYVY

AFTER DECEMBER 1st Miss Mary Ella Turner and Mr M. D. Han'ell. Clerk: Howarr' >

M-s. H. L. Speer of Pahoke an* aMrs. d Mrs. Robert Turner over the W. Wait. Albeit Ernest Edwards ONLY CAN OFFER

MAIL) COUPON TODAY Y. A. Harris of Gainesville weekend. The occasion was ir. Doyle E. Hazen and N. G. Hayes KOCH 4

- S S - were overnight guests Tuesday of honor of Roy Turner's birthday ,,. Inspectors. SUCH SPECIALS 4
t Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGriff Sr. whkh fell on Tuesday. i I I By Order of the Board of County 4
Bullin ton Studio & lift: Shop I II iI I Commissioners I : 4
of Bradford Conn-

I Box 141, Starke, Fla. I j jI Misses Ruth Edwards and Corin Mr. and Mrs. AV. M. Andrews ot .. t y, Florida. October 6. A D. mrc': I,. ___ ___ ___ ___ _.-.- 4
Lane. student senior at St 4
Enclosed is $2.00 deposit. Please reserve one I II' Luke's hospital spent nurses Monday evening Ozark, Ala. are visiting their i i A. J. THOMAS. HORSEMAN
I daughter Mrs. R. O. Dansby and I Clerk Circuit ('oiir I In FOOTBALLS DRUMS
outfit which includes 4
ANSCO Ready Flash Camera : with Ruth's parents. Mr. and

1-Ready; Hash Camera 1-Flash Gun, (6-Flash Bulbs. II Mrs. Guy Edwards.Mr. family this week. i j 11 E DOLL 14

I 2-llolls Film, 1-Por.trait Lens .and DeLux Gadget; Bag. Mr. and Mrs. 3 R. Chasteen, Jr ,I' Circuit. ('.tii.r. llrniiroril... c.....n. > 98C 4
and Mrs. L. C. Humphries I'lurtdai In ('hll B. .*. only

Total price including taxes $16.0S. II'II'I I and threv children spent Sunday; spent the weekend at St. Augustine n..tty Jan Anil.-tM.-i. I'L"II' 'f \ 29C \\ ITII HEART: BKMS 4

I j in St. Augustine. Beach. John T. Aini-rM.ii. Iiffeml.tn'. 4 4

NAME 'a-... \" ,. ;v, E L---------------------- up sr.95 4

I'I j Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Stricklanc Mrs. T. J. Carter of Providence ,OnUr Of I'"li'nlh,,. \,.tI| \jrr I.. >' -.____________ ____ 4
I :{ PieceCasserole
!1 of Dayton'a Beach spent the weekend i is spending a few days with het i -\P "- ... """f' of lion:. T..t only
ADDRESS John T \nd"r ,,.... j
lIn.'h : --i.i.-n.I
I J with Dr. and :Mrs.: C. J. Houpt sister: Mrs. J. H. Fields and with i and addrr.s.s ar..: rnknuuii Set SUPER 4
- - - The two jcuyples attended the Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Powell. Y.'U ai .. i--iiun( ..-.I. t.. ,"|"|,. iOctober .,, EXTRA! m _____uw. 4
( 27, li-.i.: :! m th.- al.\- ?1.I.d, )
Klorul.iCitadel game in Jacksonvil Mr. and Mrs. Joe :Arnold and ]'ourt and i-ius". wh-rvin j'I.t! III t n I E nbc 12-Pr. Fire King 4
,t-eeks divon-e. ,.q""dy l 4
!It a i-id ''.im..i 1
Al Hartmann are in Clearwatet
THEATRE M'i and Mrs. Aubry Hazen of the latter part of the week or 'li Telegraph.liall next ("tir) w.-klv"iml.lM i I"u.MMin -'' i' 01.) I [ Ti I Ovenware <4 4

STARKE Hrookei were dinner guests Tues business. \\1\11"" JOn h.ti.I', f ." i 4
:at Stark. !I.' .1 I -------- ------------*
of Mr. Mrs. V. Vlazen : 4
di\ and
t ; -\rning .
: :: )!I' !
Capt. A. G. Kruse of Camp La : $ 98 4

Dedicated To Community Service I Jeune. N. C. spent the weekeii'1with ---------------. --------- All i) Purport-: only H. 4

MovIe Are Better luau En..." Mrs.: W. H. Smith and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs Set 4

1'<\U FIXIl YOUR NAME CONCEALED: IX THE IU.\XmSG'' JoAnn. and Ann Johns. Judy I''I Mrs. M. H. Colley andI>n Television Tips :{ HOWLS 4 4
Given Mary Frances Hazen and ---------------- -- -
URIIX OR n..omn.TUtaTm; ADS Cl'TU m'TXU Jerry. were dinner guests Sunday 4
1'U1.I, Jimmy Rowe were guestr 2 :SIIAKEIJSJ KITCHEN SET 4
of Mrs. -
Colley's son-ro-law anddaughter KMpi .
i irl $15.tj.4
SENT IT TO HOX OFFICE FOR FRKE: TICKETS: 1 Saturd'i'ning of Mr. and Mrs I (L"ESTEHE 4
Mr. and Mrs J r
-i rr -
TT I L. A. Brown Jr. in Jac'k oD'i1kprt''t"dm 4
) SAT., OCT. 11 ONLY Sun.. Mon. Oct. 12. 13: ]\I| :.; the Gator Bowl game Stewart tt in Keystone. CHARLES E': I BREAD{ KNIFE Lamps :4 4

Mrs. E. C. Priest and Mrs K t. : (LEAVER
444 .' HOPE PoLL PAKKOT >hoe fw IW)! - 4
I RUSSElL Sheppard were in FortVhflt' 0\ "
an'l ( lrl.. at StUI11I''%. 4
LA RUE day. the weekend visiting relatives i .ift ? ? ----- -----.---.---- -. --- CARYIM; FORK only, $5.95 4 4

RO RS GER Mrs. }o'. H. Carson of Lake < M\t SPECIAL I [ITILITY KNIFE 4 4
Mi and Mrs. :Martin: Oliver
wag a recent guest of Col] :nn'! L1T1 Ff 4
ST..JOHHc' Mrs J B. Levins. Mrs. Alice Olio I CULT TO MA E "" S2.5C! !,:) Set PARING( KlFE ------------u 4
:Mrs.: D. E. KnightMrs. 6UEST FEEL 4
et of Plant City and Mrs. H. J AT HOME TOILET WATER $9.95Dinner!) :
SONoreface YOU'RE
Glasnw of Cocoa were weekend Robert Chapman and M-- AFRAID

guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E J. M. Mitchell spent Monday :. THEY WON'T IFAVEThere's & BABY POWDER $4 .98 Seton 4 4

Brown. I I Madison. I 4
I y 4
I,, II II I 4
Plus ".Mountain lar"" Cartoon anti i Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Morse re.1 I Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazm.n I 4
I 98C 5C-95 4
I-tcstVurltl N I'\\ turned only
Saturday after spending I I Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen \\ >T i 4

th,- summer at Fancy Gap N. C visiting Mr. and Mrs 0 G Sti ,\ I only 4
A NI) ADOI.rilY. ( I I 0 1 TO A ( TSTOMER I :
itui are at Crescent Court. .. horn Wildwood and! Mr ..un1j :4

n.. 'l'uesed.. Oct. 11. l 13TIRST : At'er I|j j I Mrs. J. P. Hazen' in Ocala or. M. i il -- -- J .. 4.4
several week V
spending :
l I
THE nlP! i\ hUN: .th( her parents. Mr. and :Mrs: '." :
I 4 S Rosier at the State Farm ,, GIRL SCOUT NEWS ( WJ JI #- ,, 4.
1. r.
M's l R. Jones and children, IAn i i E 0'COSTUMES 4
\\ KLSSMIIJ |.;| :I I The Girl Scouts had tht-u --g ( ( ) ,1 ." 4
''la H.\rbara. .
Dill Gj! : Jimmie and Mikf' r reft I. "., '- _, 4
'! ular meeting Tuesday afternoor .., -" ..4
\ tot Brooklyn. X. Y. when:' 'i'K.' -
jflBOi at St. Mark parish house. r ; --" :
they will sail from there to Eur- )' \ ;
: The scout leader. Mrs ) r
i .i BBMM>a AAa AiA A l [ 1 ipe to join her husband 1st Lt. J pj'i 4
"isMniixr t'nilu's" (' Becker, called the meeting t( [ II ) : ': 4
R Jones I h 4
1 1'i. tim-Mim-: -\\ /i-akind Spial'I near Salzburg. Austria i order. Now On Display !J \ t.:4' <4
j I h.
I no place like home hut ) 1 !
N1IiG;ItIII I and latestorM :Xo\\ 1 Mr. and Mrs. Bennette Mays o d'i| The local troop made plans for we have the next thing to it.You're / i. g:,..../ ..4 4
J I Madison have moved into the their Halloween Party and then 4
: Thur. Fri. always \vdcomc. 4
Oct. 16 17
; ; ; ; N'ollman apartments. Mr. May met in their respective groups. : USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN 4
1 is connected with the Florida Refreshments were served by: I 4

.Emi. JOHN BARRYMOR[Jr. RICHARD I Z7! t Power and Light Co.Mrs t II i| Dennis.Linda Chapman and Charlene Chas. C. ShepherdGuaranteed 4 4 4

Plus "Tots and Fun Cartoon and] WIDMARXMMUTN J L. Keating arrived here I j

Last Chapter !Serial. | __ _ from New Ot leans last week'to be 1 I ; 4 4
Addresses Of Interest ; Koch
with her :
MONROE.'Hus mother. Mrs. Edith RADIO & TY Drug 4
MRS. E. J. FLYNN I Christiansen who has been ill. 4
"' "Dog Snatched" Cartoon I A-3c 0. J. Phillips Jr.. AF 14i i Sales and Senice 4

Beautiful Brazil SjHH-ial. Mrs. Shellie 467063. Prov. Sqd. 1703 APO i' 4
Hall is in Wildwood
I h I Phone 53
Ph. 239 Starke Fla. 4
\ "I'I visiting Mrs. Ethel Scott over the 239. c-o postmaster. San Francisco I Starke ,. 4





'Y't''t''t''t''t''t''t''t''t''t''t''t''t''t''t''t''t''t''t 't'T't"I I Fort Bragg N. C.. birthdays of their daughter and 1!I cussed several Interesting selections Sunday at the Mission. He de- !;I Jimmy Lang says he believes ht small and if it were filled to overflowing i morning service, Again we -

William Phillips and Mrs. An son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Robert I II in both prose and poetry. livered a very good message both I can learn enough to go to camp
I every service it stil'wouldn't we thank these dear
HAMPTONBy nie Jones of Jacksonville spent Barksdale of Starke. I Mrs Canova our music teacher morning and evening. He and his Says he would be ashamed to adi i people :
Sunday with Mrs. Phillips sister Rev. Bob Gray left by has completely won our hearts little daughter, Eddie Jean, P mil, as some did that he can not'' be a very large crowd most of all we thank our Pm i,

Airs.Vm.. W. Hammond Mrs. C. A. Cox and husband. Monday morning for planE"I I She makes the music so interesting years old sung us a song at the learn enough to entitle him to a Again we folks here have nc Father in heaven for this 'I.: '

I IAAAAAA Olin Bedenbaugh and family of j I I i where he will attend a two I II that we wish we had her withus morning service. The little gir' new Testament. Well we feel sure steady jobs, at least there is little I 'ion.

J Deland spent Sunday with hiF I I revival. I every day. Last week the has a very sweet voice and we Jimmie will go to camp if he pay in the work we do, thereforewe 1 We hope to see all of \ ,

Stork 'Shouer father Leland Bedenbaugh and : Mrs E. L. Conway and family I eighth grade boys assisted Mr did enjoy the f'ong.Ye had three wishes or at least learn the verse do not have much money, but Long Br n!,. e.\t' Sunda > '

family. Bedenbaugh in preachers in the service he will have to the Lord does see fit to send other ', .
The ladies of the Hamptor ; and Mrs. Higgenbothm of Palatka making a portable morning learn to entitle .; and I' I' -4 time !,,n
I Mr. and Mrs. Troy Norman and 'were Sunday guests of Mr. and' blackboard for Mrs. Canova ?o she Rev. Carter, Rev. Jack Smith and him to go. folks to be with us who have Lord work.

Home Demonstration Club sponsored 1' daughter, Barlt'ne'isited the Mrs. G. C. Cox and Miss: Maggie could use it in the auditorium ,t f'our old standby, Jim StricklandIn \Ve wish to say we had WOLdt! i money :and they do not fail to see

a stork shower Thursday Horace Nettles at the Farm j Johnson. Miss Johnson accompanied while she was teaching music lessons -: the evening service we had ful nil' r'i i of mone>- for our build
offerings and a nice d'-ni'ii-i', ,
evening of last week honoring the : Colony in Gainesville Sunday them to Palatka where she She is greatly pleased with four preachers and two deacons > .:"iT i-.i: t theydo donate U> <> :

Clt.'s Secretary, Mrs. Ralph Pear- i afternoon: will spend sometime. ;' the interest the boys are showing These were T. M. Knight Bil1 from the Russell Baptist ("\ ,i i i'tl.! ':'.: ;i for this vans \\ I I.y: 5

sail, at the City Hall. Pink and G. W. Saxon received word this j| Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Birt of I!' in music. I Jones, Raymond Carter and Jim Sunday. Our offerings ai d! <". '. .1.1tions 'i'1'l ": nth ..'.1'i Dear Lord :c: ..;'' 'b1)

the Strickland, the DeaconsBro.Boone amounted to $30.2fday. :" ,x '. .11. rtt' will s I''>, :: .
blue bouquets were placed on week that his G. C Wayne Hinson j -
son-in-law Elizabeth, N' J., who has been I, sprained his arm )ii I know this sounds\ i ko
J :
tables which covered withlace from Highland and Bro nmish to start' 'in rli,11:! L,
were Gentry of Pompano is ill from ? very badly last week when he feJ1'off
spending sometime with his moth. 'i ,n ,. .
verysmall sum ,
\ ,
: :: eti: t : 1 ii
and table covers. : Williams who came with Rev ;: I (1" : :( ::
heart attack. Vivian Saxon, sacof er, Mrs. Ira Lester, have gone tc his bicycle. lIe is back ir folks but lemeiiibt .
. ; \ i: .-'" :.'11 .. I., .' HIM
We nice
Carter. crowd
had for
a :
Games were played and prizes'Were Ben Saxon, who has been con St. Petersburg where they wil' ;:( school but still' showing the effects in number heie! < : ,
won by Mrs. Frank Thomas ,,I valesing at the home of his father make their home. I j jMis. I of his fall. Training Union and also for church UQUIO) M Uim-SAME FAST MUlf
and Mrs. Verna Young. Mrs i' services. We had 10 visitors for -- --- -
I after an operation at the Gainesville Leonard McKmney arc' I Miss Martha Horne is attending
Pearsall was presented with t I Sunday School. Some of our reg
Hospital, left Wednesday for :mother, airs Burns and sister. classes at the University of Florida !;
corsage by the club's president his in I ular members were absent due tc
home Pompano. Helen, of Gainesville spent Wednesday every Saturday morning. WINKLER ELECTRIC
Mrs. Wm. W. Hammond. I illness.I SERVICE
Misses Virginia and Gloria Wil with Mrs. Vernon Slade Mrs. Floy Sullivan is taking a I't AT
Delicious refreshments understand our school has
spent Sunday with MissJoan
I and family course in children's social studier I I
served and Mrs. Pearsall received Hess and Linda White. Mrs. Menalee Silcox of Raifoid from the University Florida !' taken up two new studies thi I

many lovely and' useful gifts. \' Miss Imogene Adams of Starke spent several days last week with Our lunches are: still fifteer term art and music both taught'I _

Nazworth-Lenox spent Saturday with :Mrs. Vernor her sister Mr* Joe Foisjth. I i cents and Mrs. Perkins is making I Ij by Mr. Smith from Penney Farms !'I

Miss Anne Lenox daughter of I Slade, and Mrs Lois Green and i Miss Louise Adkins spent Saturday j! every effort to provide the children !I Some of our young folks in this
Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Lenox of 1;section have music talent and di
grandson Pat of Jacksonville were in
Macclenny. i ii : with a nourishing lunch at !'
Jacksonville and Maurice Naz weekend of the Slades. : need someone: interested enough ir
guests I
i Mrs. P. L. Moil, :r. 01 Mac- that price. On Monday of thir _
worth of Hampton were united ir I Miss ', them to help them. We do not
: Kathryn Weest of Elizabeth clenny and Mr. and Mrs. Bob: :I week the following menu war
marriage at Folkston, Ga. Sunday. I know about the art, but feel sonu
N. J. is visiting her mother II Hogue of Miami, were Sunday i served:
They attended her | interested in this study an..'
were by par : are
Mrs. T. F. Brown. j i evening guests of Mr. and Mrs I StewReef with Gravy '
nts, Mr. and Mrs. Lenox, Miss I I will prosper by it. It is nice t tI ti, IfffewVa/ui
Frank Brown of the
Universityof J Gerald Adkins. Flashy Long Grain Rice !
Coleen Walker and James Naz- \ I i. think that our country children,
Florida spent the weekend at i Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Layfield anc1j Buttered Squash .
worth. I ; can have some of the same oppm,'
i his home here. Sunday visitors of 'i
1 j Ralph Layfield and children Carrot Strips
tunities that the town child,' a
Mr. and Mrs Ralph Pearsal'l: I Mrs. Brown were a nephew, C. U j I of Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Den I Bread and ButterOnehalf

were in Gainesville Thursday. \, :Moore and wife of Archer and : nis L'lannen of Lakeland. Mr. and! : Pint Grade A Milk .have., After all we aren't all i

Mrs. Eugene Nazworth of I her sister, Mrs D. W. Moore of Mis. J. J.-Brannen and Mrs M. B. Bartlett Pears dumb as we might look, e\1 i I $69's
I : we do live here in the woods
Philadelphia arrived Tuesday i Starke. Layfield were Sunday evening We had an educational film at
morning to spend sometime with 1 Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiggins and ('guests of Mr. and )I1's. Raleigh school Tuesday. Mr. Nolin ou; Two ladies came to the -, l x

her mother-in-law. Ena Naz :j: Mrs. Ida Maxwell of Jacksonville Brannen last week to teach the: pupils -" '
and family. new supervisor showed it to
I us.
worth and her husband Eugene :1 visited the W. H. Maxwell's Sun- Bruce Royi( I Roaik l'eCel'e(1word ; :Mrs\ Johnson and Mrs. Godwir Bible verses, and distribute 0) ) ;

Nazworth who is spending a furlough Ida l )'. this week from his brother ; has been turning out some de- gospel of John to all who can &f/y on terms if you wish .11 :

from the Airborne Base at Mrs. T. J. AMerman and sor Coipoial Frank L. Roaik who hap lirhtful"n__ ,nf'anllt____ hllttpr___.n. rnnliae_v_... _, end..u John 3:16: also if they 1 h.<'
Billy were among those that attended 1 been fort: i enough verses they will get a Rihn h '
stationed in Germany their
I pear pies are simply out 01 Clean, Work-Free Comfort
,, and still more entitles th. u
the football games at several months that he expect this WlllltWe\ have been
II of Rock Bottom Cost
Palatka Saturdae"enm to a week in camp. Some of I
to be home by Nov. 1. 1932. | iced some doughnuts when the
QUESTIONSand Mrs. W. H. Maxwell : folks are going to work t i->'
p Mr and Mrs.[ Raleigh Branner' weather get*, cooler and are looking
business caller in Jacksonville I I and family MrM.. B. Layfield l forward to that ot'casion. these prizes. One, our littn

Thursday: I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen of friend and beloved neighbor b>\

I Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kelly, daughter Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLONG

Helen of New River, and Mr Brannen of Lakeland attended tht:'

ANSWERS and Mrs. P. W. Kelly were weekend : Brannen Reunion at Old Swift'' BRANCHBy Hearing Aids

house guests of the Adkin Creek Primitive Baptist Church or I i t

.. family. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ad- Sunday 150; lelatives and main AND I I
about SANITONE kins entertained at a fish supper friends attended. :Mrs J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. !

I -oe Saturday night. :Mr and Mrs. John E Hommond ,, BatteriesDiabetic ,
I Mrs D. H. Crawford is visitingher and son, Chester, were Sunday'! I
our better dry / / I I Mr. Maxwell, our former I
deaningl uncle, H. L Croft in Tampa. dinner guests of their parents :, II I
I of the school: here, called Foods II
that All Mrs. John H. Parker of the Mr and Mrs. Win. W. Hammond| onus ,
gets eDirtll Farm last Monday afternoon for a I
Colony near Gainesville
and daughter Willow Ruth. | AND
] few minutes. He had been : 1)U01HERM)
t wt da"l f>ti spent the weekend at her home Mr. and Mrs. U D. Dyal and I j sent OIL HEATER
i ito help the present principal tc
I II here.Mr. daughter Mrs. Elmer Lewis and? SuppliesSurgical
't tGN YOU REALLY GET and make out his lunch room report
Joseph Hodges of dat hter. Wanda, of Starke were
t\J?I OUT STUBBORN SPOTS? I As this man is not a native of
Westconnett visited with the Wiggins recent shopper in Gainesville. I A Low-Priced Duo-Therm Circulating Healer with Superb New Styling-
Florida he was not sure about the I
A. Yes,our skilled spotters family Sunday afternoon.Mr. U. D. (Wave! Dyal is wonderingif Il I

's I' know how to treat unusual and Mrs. Maddox of Lumber the Community of Starke heard I way to make the report, Mr. Maxwell Supports l II I Handsome new IMPKRUL hy Duo- Rives more heat from crcry drop

stains and special City, Ga.. Mrs. S. F. Jacksorj i i a big noise Thursday last week IDa'e | assisted him and then called I Therm with smart "shadow box"panel of oil!
us as he usually does when AND
fabrics. of Dublin, Ga., and Mrs. J. O. sass "If they did it teas I upon I front. Waste Stopper keeps more heat in
in this section. He boarded hen
!I' 'J. Kitchens of Gainesville were Fri. j' nw yelling for help." He killed r i| Trusses Rich brown finish with contrasting your home. :Fully Coordinated Con-
two school terms and he and Mr I
day guests of their '.
,Q. WILL PERSPIRATION brother W. N ;3 ft. rattle snake on his farrr | I I brass trim. troll Automatic Draft Minder.
seem to have
Jackson strong
and family. | near Hampton I4ike. There I
a Mr and Mrs. Ray Williamson '' 8 rattles and Mr Dyal said "By !i affection for each other. Of ('ollrstwe We RentCrutches i I Exclusive Duo-Therm Dual ChamCome in today-see this brand new

L r/ A. Yes, all perspirationstains and boys of Penney Farms at- '!I George some had been broken off: | are always glad to see old i ber Burner burns clean at any setting oil heater value note!

and odors are removed tended Sunday Services at the i i"It was a whopper! Big around I) friends!

and garmentsare Baptist Church. !' :as my arm". I I II [i Rev. John A Bnnkley. pasto Complete line of Duo-Therm Fuel Oil Heaters for I to 6 rooms;

returned "daisy Mr. and Mrs! W N. of the Lexington Memorial Methodist I: I I
Jackson son I i I Mrs. Elmer Lewis and daughter I Veterinary YI ,
fres$ time. church in Jacksonville caml
every Gerald and Mr. and Mrs. Bert )I j Wanda, and Mrs. U. D. Dyal wer ,
to see us for a short while Monday I Supplies
of I
I Gainesville attendedfuneral recent guests of Mrs. Dyals broth- j
. WILL THERE BE A STALE services for 'I I I i afternoon. He has been her I
Q. Mr. Jacksons'step er, W. F. Bloss of Lake Butler. I
". CLEANING ODOR mother, Mrs. Annie Jacksonof j i Mrs Jessie Chastain motoiei'to before in bird seaSOn. He where a. i CANOVA f
this time checking on tht WINKLER
-*-+1 A. Never! Clothes are always Hawthorne, at Merrose Thurs. Ocala Friday and spent the
quail, just to see if there are any I
returned weekend with her sister Mrs I
really day.Mr
to hunt this year. \\'ell"f' I
and Mrs. J W
entertained George Cottman.
fresh and clean!
| ,
Thursday night at a Misses Grace Dickinson Ruth haven't many quail or doves either (near hospital) .
spaghetti dinner in honor of the I Sibley and Floine Gnann oTheressa f As Mr.: Strickland was not able t<. 2 2-221 Temple ate l'. S. :301 Starke, Fla. Phone IMS()
Q. WHY DOES THE PRESS farm this year we ha\e not had Gainesville Fla I
spent Saturday evening
food for them so the have .
; goiueNewheie.
at the home of :\ll's.Iae Sweeney .
A. Because Sanitone Service I WE WILL SEND YOU Charles Ousley Jr. who has I -

C7 fully Our is operators a trained"quality to are service.press care-" ciJ I g been Air Base pent stationed is the on at a weekend the 15-day Jacksonville with furloughand the I I Mr.from We and their learned Mrs.extended Boone last have Sunday visit ret in time'that thi BA Sure Deal

clotkes properly. C L. Mays. At the end of hir Carolinas and other plans The You Get the

transferred I came to the Mission tent to XKM,
A ROLL OF FILMS furlough. he will be I i ship with us and we analwav: :
Q. DOES IT COST MORE to (he Quonset Air Base. Rhode
J THAN ORDINARY DRY TO' 1''FIT YOUR CAMERA! Island. more than glad to have them wnl I

CLEANING? -NOTHING TO BUYStiJ Sgt. and Mrs. S R Walks Jr !' us. But we missed our httl
"' friend Edna. We love for her
\:1 Not when discover and children. Terry, Roy and >
A. '
you jw tuu u4 *lb* n aNitCtri be with us too, she enjoys ou>
Sanitoneis the complete Dian. of Augusta Ga. spent Monday -
Ui witk& JutfILIiJM services much. u s be
BJ9 < so She is badly You
Wallis's brother
sen'ice that guarantees ui wiO MJ Mrs -.e You sl 9 n a
iw we j y ir'Film afficted, but her affiction make- eserve n order
Vernon Slade and family.
satisfaction every time. FlE cl rit.f( Mi4XTkii I her s See
i sweeter, or at least we tar th e fi
Mr and Mrs Audrey Turner rye f
: fler tpfEa U Black 4 Wkke Fibs e atures tha
ufr. Size 12M2l.KMl.Mli and daughter Betty, of Gaines. j i have a different feeling for h<'i -- t onl Ch evrole

vtiii> spent Sunday with his sister ':than we do for the ones who ai- FI g ur e the t offeq rs

.pron. SORRY: We can tend only 3 I' MBert[ : Huron and family. well and normal. savings tha t our rl

SANITONESTARKE l/roU of Rim to a household Jlrs.: M C. Manning and children Little Dannie Tompkins, g: tnd- p cep p oved e

arvu **. :- of Starke and Mrs. Minnie, son of Jack and Dumpy Wilker ... .. I .durilly, you w' ',''t fu !rt thc T!
Send for son had the misfortune to sticka '::> "" : :. end rut h ow' much muwt tai !ail for '
Jinnwt'ie of Mrs
your Tii'-sdav guests farthw'r }our
I mont ,
: :
FREE Film \\ V May at GamesA'ille. I pitch fork in his foot a few days r i. ;...;...>..4,."'<{<;,'.", '. rr' .. ..,. ....... ;;,.:.>;y1-..: g't rn Chewrolct. w f where. C hcck v ,et
today ago. The little fellow was having : :::>:;:.:"':'':.""" : . '.:",." .:...r:. :> e, P wh K ha
I '1'ilMn Pino of Florahomej ,I II :.....'.....:.........."... y'' ". <<' .*.;;. :..:: !now y'ou hzvcr
DRY CLEANERS *>NOTHING TO BUTfUWAY -. snout Monday! evening with hi S 'I to take shots evendav: last week f. i : ca So come buying Chcvro >;,,

aunt, Mrs Thomton Johns ancli to overcome a case of gangrene. ; s non'far thc
PHOTO SERVICE* I We were called on last Friday ;-
':111111\. .t...'. I, ; .< tttt
AND LAUNDRY to help in the work of the Healtr : '" ,
\ and :Mi'' Raleigh Branner. t .
;6i, I 04 I .New Orleans I 4.la. ,I Unit in the chest .. >
making X-rays
.mil ihililion and airs M. B. Lay I I ." y i ii ''
We didn't have much to do. but -
'nl! wt ere :Mippei guests of Mr / "" ,
> nl Mis Charles Layfield at plenty of time to talk-which \\"' ?

;.mu'<\ ilo! Tuesday evening. Mrs did. This gave us an opportunity j :

F Ltviell i ': } \ !marred for a few days to see some folks we could rH,'

wi h !h<-' -ur) and family. have seen: otherwise and insist n I,: ,

:M"s I .t"IXt' Williams enter them coming to church and Training i :

;; i Mined w\:ith a Stanley Party lJ'nion-we did this too. .
1t' Thur-d.t'\ uteinoon of last week We learned last week th.

1 I U .nest \oio present.. "Buddie" Wilkinson has his hou"I

Sits: .],'--!ie Chastain and Mrs1'In almost!' completed at Highland a- "'
Hamniunii, were in Lake I will soon be ready to move into :tHe

I ;elwv.lYt'jlnesdy afternoon of has rented or leased his story

\ ':tat week also called on Mr. and I house and filling station to one o' ,

TO OUR BIG, COLORFUL \11 :'. Stapleton on Silver Lake. I the Cohen Brothers. He intend 1

to install a restaurant and noveltyshop

C11OOL :'tE\\S in the building and we under

H.ATLUXDEMONSTRATJON The seventh grade won a part Stand he is to begin operations b\

:the first month of school becauseof the 15 or shortly after of this

their high attendance record mOnth. Nellie says she will not

They averaged 9S 8 for the month 1 know how to act when she get

of September. They had an extra in a real dwelling house to live

play period and roasted marsh most of her married life she bar

mallows under a large oak tree ir lived in the back of this store I with E-Z-Eye
Plate Glass all around
SATURDAY OCT. 11 the coiner of the school yard building.Vell it will be different SEE WHAT YOU GAIN More Powerful Wlu-m-Head: Engine
Automatic Transmisplate glass (optional at extra cost)
Each month the grade having the Homecoming s services will be at with Powerghde

highest average attendance trill be I Long Branch church next Sunday WITH THESE EXCLUSIVE sion (optional at extra cost) Body by Largest Brakes in its field Unitized

from I given a party by the principal ot Oct. 1?. We are Knee-Action Ride.
On the tbove date,i pilot ripen expecting to see FEATURES Fisher Centcrpoisc! Power Safety
The Pttimon-Sirgent company ...ill the school. I YOU there. Mr Strickland toe? CHEVROLET

be oa hand to fully demonstrate the i, We think we have the prettiest all at the Mission Sunday to be
wooden of FUtlux the inide-,ith oil
school this of the
grounds in part sure and bring enough food for
':ttI Tt'I t 11 Coe And Allpcsuoas..conrinct;
a doubt that FUtlux lOps then youbeyood t, is a genius with flower have anything to take. I wonder Line field !
YOU SAVE Priced in its '
t t + all Don't aWl thii dcmoostradon! and has surrounded us with a profusion who believes this? But I believe Lowest-

of lovely plants. 1 he can find enough to satisfy his WITH THE
WASHABLE! DURABLE! ECONOMICAL! alit Horn's pupils have beer hunger at least I have never beer.

making some lovely maps which there on these occasions whey

NOW. MORE THAN EVER. USE A PROVED FAJHJl add much to their understanding there wasn't enough to spare, sc TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

of social studies. I don't feel he will come away

STARKE HARDWARE COMPANY The seventh and eighth grades!r hungry he or anyone else i if the> I AND COURT STS. t tI
have been some d..lightfuexperiences .1' STARKE. FLA.
having will eat what is there to eat. : PHONE 111

STARKE, FLA. in literature th LCJ I Our new preacher, Raymond I I II
month. have read and dis.1 I
They I Carter was with us in two ser-ice?




OF INTFATIOY TO .- .,-- --- _._- .",
mr.isTiit picrrrriois.MK ,
Notice is herety given that the
undersigned, under the provisionsof
Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida.I i \ '
Acts of 1911, will register with the ,- r
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
for Bradford County, State of'Flori-' I, / f /
da. upon receipt of proof, of publication -' 4
of this notice, the fictitious
name of Dixie Motor Court under
which I am engaged in business on
North Temple Are. Starke. Fla. VOOTRAI I I It
Robert \\', and Erma Metzger,
fole owners, '10 .706 North Temple .t
Ave., Starke, Fla. '
Dated this 24th day of September

County A.D., ,1952.Florida at Starke 9/26, Bradford 4t 10/17 I I

In Circuit Court, Bradford
Florida Cary!.Hott Chaarrrr.James Plaintiff. co..tY'1 e w r .

Helen Hott Defendant.
Case No. 9:91N.tlee
To Aapear.To (
: Mary Helen Hott, whose residence -j,
and address la: Ellerson. VM--J
g,'lia. al,
You are nereny notified that
suit for Divorce has been filed I I
against you in the above named|
Court and cause and you are required -'
to nerve a copy of your an- I
ewer or pleading to the complaintfIn I i
the Plaintiff's Attorney. Lloyd
naBS, 302 Clark Building, Jacksonville / TonightFnday-8OO: }
Florida and file the originalin S
the office of the Clerk of the V
Circuit Court on or before the 28
day of October 1952\ ; otherwise the,
allegations of said Complaint will be
taken a* confessed by you. e'er
This notice shall be published!
once each week for four consecutive
weeks in the Bradford County Tele6r -I
.ph. 1
195 Dated, this 18 day of September BRADFORD PARK

OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas i.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.Ty
Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
9/19 4t 10/101 j jNOTICE

Circuit ('oDrt, Bradford l'ountY.Florldu ,
IB CaaBrrrjr.Vrancen
June Hunt Plaintiff vs.
Oliver Eugene Hunt, Defendant.Case .

: Oliver To Appear.To Eugene. Hunt No.whose 9386Notice .

evidence and address is: 16 Otter
beet, Alexandria Jtay. New York
You are hereby notified that a
suit for Tornadoes P. K.
minor Divorce childrenhas custody and control of vs. Yonge
been filed against you In the
anamed Court and cause and I
you are required to nerve a copy of
your complaint answer on or pleading the Plaintiff's to the I
Attorney, Kay Selden. S l.lenliuildlng
Daytona Beach, Florida
and file the original In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the

Complaint otherwise by 27,you.day will the<.f October be allegations taken 1952 as: confessed ,of said I Adults $$1.00 High School Students SOc. Elementary School Students 25c

This notice shall h8 publishedonce
each week for four consecutive
weeks In the Bradford County Tele
Dated this 19 day of !September' ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
J-y: Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk

9/26 4t 10/17 1C 1952 SCHEDULE *. 4 4

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TTTYVTTWTYYYTYYTTTTTTTTVTV Y YT YYTY YTTYYTTYVYTTVT I I! promptly burned a lot of leaves runt pig. is growing quite f/.3 Court and cause, wherein plaintiff (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas I
seeks divorce, alimony custody and Clerk NOTICE TO APPEAR I Sty Marian I. 'r"l-lo, .
Before we dusted the vines looked now She'll have quite a way tc control of minor child. Bradford of the Circuit Court. I. Circuit Court Bradford County I t"in'S .
By Marian
L. !
Croll by. Deputy -
good even if they were buggy. go, but we are patient for we re County Telegraph >hall publish this Florldat In Chanrrrr -
:2 FARMER'SDIARY Order in next four weekly issues j" :M Reatrif-e Ker\u, Plaintiff "J HCFi. -
: but member how the last homemade :OriCK: TO
Now they're free of insects good Witness mv hand and official seal NOTICE TO e Kalph K.vn.. Defendant.Cas.e In Circuit APPFIH
Court ,
knocked for a loop. We had i I I sausage we had tasted. Ar at Starke "Florida tins September In Circuit Court llradford (l'ou.I. No. J37Jol ; Florid! In Chaneerr.liraiifurj I. !>.<

could that is 17 1932.OFFICIAL. Florldm In Claa".r,.. :> Ice ToT Appear. Laura T Kelley, Plaintiff.
read that DDT would damage expert prove it a SEAL) A. J Thoma .. v. w
( J. \\ Trevatt Plaintiff vs Timon Horace Ralph Ker\m. whore Icy A. Kelley Defendant
Sam 1[ are still it. By Marian L ero DY. Deputy Clerk. as Francis Heed his wife, Defend \".'u .irt hereby notified .
By McGarvey Chlordane would too. : doing Chap! R hess :104! Ouaranty Life ant. Cup suit for that a :> llre Ta ,pp..r.
Xo. 9400(
( .- -I1p I Jacksonville, Florida ToWesley: A. '. ,...
.4 U S S !i i. Building. To: Timons C. Heed and France r>i\.rc custody and control of Kelley v ,
: (liLaf The author will be glad to receive Going to plant some English Attvs for Plf. 9:19 4t 10. 10 Reed also known as Francis Heed. TIIiIUT child dence and address U: 12.: ,
I i But for the first time since his wife, whose residence I.i.a.
items of Interest address
concernIng -
been we have a row !I peas just as soon as we get the is: Unknown. has un filed against you in the You are hereby i '
we've farming
: the activities of farmers In I Bradford of pretty good Fall snap beans. tractor working again. After our rlxriiljii In ( lilincrrj.Charles suit for a you are n iiuired i.' serve a 'py of against.LI In tIed .. ,
County. Suggestions
may The are full of blossoms I experience of last year, we wil! F:. ".tll1..r..n. Plaintiff. v.< Foreclosure of mortgage your .on".r..r pleading ti. the Court and ".W,-.. rti i1quireU -
be left at the office plants complaint i on the Plai-ititTs .,
Telegraph or Martha Aileen Cameron. been filed
the fertilizer to the and against you in the
:: and if we can ward off the relent pour peas Attorneyach H -.- or plead'i.K t-
mailed to Sam McGarvey, Lawtey, I above namej Court and cause and Pouttlas, 5 > .
: if can't raise Lynch tilamt < n the Pla'ntif: -
see we a good crop. Building Jacksonville,
3 less attack of injects we may geta you are required to serve a of
E Case :No'; 9294Order : copy Florida, Lloyd P*!'f. 30 I! Clan 1 r i (1'1\1
your answer
or pleading
| Of 1'"IoIl'atl"nnd ,..t... Tu to the Jacksonville. Florida al" l
crop yet. complaint and file the In .. ,. f Ie ''I i
on the Pla.ii tiff'sAttorney original :1. .T. !
WWYWYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTYT. . , . -- -- -- :I When we look around our placewe Appear. Aileen tnte Of Caml'r'll"h"I-'I..rll. 'to: .. ,\_ J. Thomas, Jr. the I'lerk ,.f it>lo Ciriuit .','lIrt<-onor original in the office n' M.i .
Martha Court btf.-re tie
on or >"
into kitchen I of killing some of the small weed wonder just what is happening residen.is Culfport. Harrison Starke. Florida, before the October 1S&I <...*. win. ,
Some : thigatiott
cows got our -
Alice dug out some of her old and tile the original in the office of :2H! da> of O.-tober. 1!>5?: \u
and and We wonder if we are making ,County Mississippi and whose address ,... of f:''Ii. >'ht nttAkari
garden and sweet potato patch grass drying out the beds progress the Clerk of the Ci'ouit Court on .th..n'I t all'-gati.iis ..r said ,
school books APPLIED ENTOMOLOGY 1 is: |Sox. :St!9, Gulfport. Mississippi before ,.. sut l". r.r '" rf! jlUThi
or the I'umldd.nt \\ ill t. 1..1. n d" .i II!' -
and while helping to chase them Next step is to work the plant? standing still or slipping ? t., \ 1.. ii -
Jrd .d .
and we are using it now day November, 1952: ; by y. I u.Th" : ,
out Sam on the tractor tried tc by hoeing so that the plants can in effort to identify some of the backward. One thing we know i ir You are refjuired to al'l.ar"n otherwise the allegation of said n'to.p "...11 I I.. pUIL'h.d! .'n,.-* Cat.. > fi.!!ii'i ..
an that have man-sized job on October 27. I If\ ;"i2;:!, in the above named Complaint will\ be taken a,; confe- ,'nl'. f'.i. h h for f t''I,"', ITT ".. .i
cross a deep highway ditch and get off to a good start. So far ;, insects which are practically "eat- we a Court and .-ause wherein plaintiff "J by you.This wt';'''' JI., :th'I r'l.t' rri '. 11', 'y T. e- T.-.arr"i .. .. _

hit the bank of it with the front it looks as though we have a very ing us up"_ Naturally, we do not I our hands and it will take :a lot of seeks; divorte. Bradford County notice shall r>e published Il\"raPh- int.!llaftl tin: I
1 before realize ieraph; shall publish this order once each week for four conxecutivevve.ks \ 1.tt' II I th-! ; ttv ,'I I
hard work we our I S.-L't. t' I..r.
wheels turned angle and good stand (over 90 per cent ) but | I I XL! 'I \ ,
on an think that we are going to become ; Hi next f< ur weekly 'ssuesWitness in the Bradford County Tele- ; '. K'KI'li'I! : .
. promptly "tore up" the tractor. it is too early for us to know for ] experts in entomology (lor bugs) hopes my hand and oflt-Ial sealat grph.Dated. tinA;: day of Septeml" I/1'1, \1 :-1. .. \ "rl." I', ,

Bf-nt light front wheel spindle sure yet. We'll know after: they;. by refernng to a textbook but we i :!5. Rtarke 19.12.OFFICIAL. Florida this Sept. irber 195%. ... r- -.- : : t

and tractor laid up as a result have been worked. j know that it will be helpful tc ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas -.-------------------------------------------------
S S In ('Ircii U (',,"rf. Bruit tnrt I'uiinlF. As Clerk of said Court. Clerk of the Circuit Court YYVYYYYTY'VVYTYYYVYVYYYYYYVYYVVYVVVVVYYYVVYVT''V'NOTICE
Unable to get it straightened ar IJ of enenies by By Marian L IVputv 1'1.!
know some our pliiriiln In ( hlinrrrj.IVtiy My :Marian ... Crosby. Deputy Clerk Tio.sby r\

yet and it looks as though we'l I! Ed Hall of Starke. who raise sight. as an example. Sam : Jan Aridrr.-in. l'l.< lltlff. \"v.hn I Martin J. Pearl. :312 Consolidated --- 10 IS 4t 1" PLANNING TO MOVE?

have to buy a new one. One thing hens for egg production gave ur noticed a bunch of insects in the *...) ; T. An-nilant... ,Attys.1uiIiing.i for Jii.-ksnvillf Plf 9Jii Florida: 4t .10 .17NOTICI lln ('In-u It <(<'...i rt. llniilford luiinK.

you can be sure of in farming i!' some data on worming hens and I Iwe're kitchen garden and later that day ('a".. X.. 9t('' I I I'litridiM In Chniirer).
I do the for
'Mary ft uv l job > ou corn
Jean -'
Turner Plaint iff 1 -
'In \ \ -s r-r
Order Of I'lililiriilionnil Notice : : 10 UMMMK
that things go wrong. and by now going to take his tip. If we Alice identified them postively a? \ipi-ir.| Male Of Klurla '1'..: In Circuit( C,,"r.. IIraolr..rll County, ,!|I' Illcent___ Turner H_. ... .I _.._.f..n.b..- ...... ..t. plHrW operate I K-al and long

we've got so we expect a certain needed proof that it was a good! striped blister beetles. \\' learned Florida In Chancery. j fast ".
John T. AtiuVrn w ln.sf i '--nl.-n"tml William B Hope, Plaintiff y,. CI nlrr Of I'nl.lic.itl.innd. \..(lei- I .. 'P-ThJMI.rLa. e, 1 dKlam-o an> here in V. S.
not .
amount of trouble I and aie idea it in the that -
saw a
dropping pitg g that they fly readily address ar- I'nknoun Katherme R Hopt. Defendant. .\PIear. state Of rioriila ToAlev : t MOVlNG -
disappointed. where we saw some awful looking': stomach poison will kill them y..u ar- iniuirrd' tu .ipin-.tr "" Case Xo. 9362 I II \"IIlr.-ilt Turn, i. \\ Ii.." -. 7 -
O'-tolier' 27, 1952! : in the al.'tlIam,1, I >,,H,,'r To \ipenr' j",denc-e and address J is- (. ,, Mr- Phone 311 1 250-J
worms in the fresh: manure. We the larvae feed on grasshopper ,
and that Court and <- UM wherein plaintiff ToKatherine 1 11 Hope. whose 1 ..rn'r. North iVntt.i' < or

Once again had to cultivate the know that the conditions for stock eggs. A person might ....eokt divortr, custody and i ..ntn>l lf residence .tnd .iildtcss is I..'udon, s'.iperville.: i IllinoisVou _
Bl'ad ..111 I .
minor (children County Tr'iness. :iI requirtd' to -
Irish potatoes and by this time picking up worms are almost ideal say: So what ? But we think Tt'ltgraphhall ,pnlilish this unlei You ;al'.. 10..... I.,' riot ii'.I I th.it a''It tober, :27 lt:>2, in I'u :.il.appii ,v. ::: .I. \<"t'lIt'nttora: ;:(' Facilities

we've: put quite a lot of hand temperature and moisture- ant4 that if we learn a little hit everyday In next" four weekly is>ne,. :suit rnr' '''Iii' I .unl,,' .oJ." 'herein pi'It. I ._:I; --- -
\\ itness inv hand ami offn-i.il seal Piyorcchas 'i i Us .1.1"| ,. i i.I i. I II' I
work into raising the doggone we should have wormed the hen that someday we'll know e at Starke, Florida, I hiS' :'.p1inlirr liein tiled; a- .i nt'u M,: (rh.], 'I .-I I. m .iph -h"il'j I

things. But trouble is that once long ago. lot more about what we're doing. 23. I1'.!. above nann-d d.uit .uui?, .nmd, I i., next fni. ...'klv 1"11'- R. B. ALVAREZ
SAt OFFICIAL :-; -:.\T.i .\.J Thomas you :ii .' riiiiind'| to era "'IIY of \Vitnrss TI 1'\' |Ii.i tnl .I'til ,. _
you get started on something like Incidentally, we will have to expand S As Cl..rk oi ,..11,1| Court your ansttt-r oi pli-.tdint; ; to tllt'l'l it, St'irk. l 1"i; id.i, 11?., s. j-

this (a crop which comes up slow our poultry operations for last after planting many ]",' M.I rLII'' L Ciosliv, I lieputy' !'ti.ikrh.iiks ,conipl.iint Attorney.on the Stephen Plauitiff's P. Smith, Jr ;!I'.. 1 TI-' \\q Ills fur Ih'lchvrro.s.
I K tI-,.,.. :2H( iiiarantv. J.ifeItuildinK (H C 'i'l-'I. ":i\-l'\l! 1 T I IT.I 0i
ly and unevenly, you have tc we do not even ,come close tc times we have some mustard : 1110 I Cr.ih.iinr.uiMmK' Jh'I-! --- -- -.- .
.J.I..k..II'.IIIt. Florida.Atts. '& -- \ .
ri.'if.' -
ille., Florid.i .f M f1. i iI 1'rrn man IJldir. '- :S. ( OUr! 'tL !
throw the meeting the demand for fresh be but for I'lf. !S I :26 4t j'U"lIl.I. \
keep going. or away ,, grong.'e may wrong / and file the original; in the .ff1. .. J I '\ \1.; |1'T:

time and money you've already eggs. :' we hope that from now on durint: ,'f the CI..k ..f the Circuit, Cmntn I \ .
'. '!'<' _U''t: \nit or before the I
invested. But until now we'venev'r S S we'll be able tr
the Winter that rirrult c.....r., )!rn.ir..ril <'''uol, :20! day oC Oot..hf'r.l l q n': \ .
had a decent crop of Fal1 keep some growing all the time Florida: In <'lumrrrRohfit > o'hfrwise the .,lIeg., t" I l"omplalnt
cut field
\Ve right .
up by Septem. will lie tals' n' .1 i ,iifessed -
potatoes and we're determined tc and thus keep our Roadside L Eva in', Plaintiff. \ ,-. Ana .
ber 30th. which was about or. .. l by > oil
try everything we can. Wet And folk! Hi Vita EvanDefendant.!. This notice shall be publish*
schedule for us. The advise or. Market supplied. c.ix:.;,, ?:;;u oncen'li wiek\ i lur fmir, .-i\\ I
weather held them back too. nice mustard. \..t1"' To % : you arcplanning
planting lupine is to cut under really love green pprar weeks in the I r.t: idfoul S.--.
1 '1'..' Annl l 1'1'a i ,I Kxati-: Ilh.-\ <- graph L
the old corn stalks and trash re.sidf.. and additss.. I' I ivi-it| r,4; I Pat.d tli.s jx day .f: ;I"'

While hewing a row of oniop. about three weeks before planting Instead of cutting under the A\eniie. Fi'sh :\.l. .id'.I'I Is is I:.: I F SUPERIOR
sets! Alice discovered that it war land New York (1'.1-'Jt'-\1.. SITAl.l: \ 1
and we hope to get planted two rows of Crowder peas we iai4I Von! aii- l..n.I.-. iinlitnil, I! that a (.It'rk of 'Ii.. 'IT a ni'ic
almost sxvnrming with cutworms suit. for In- Marian L ,1'n.sl.x. 1 I'. pi, M '
later this month. \Ve have beer. I in the garden we decided to puP! I : I\cry" scnso of fine anti iipriir1! ;
So when she went to Starke she I 'i ivor< e ? 1 l' I I': home
Chlordane tentatively planning on plantingthe up the vines and feed them to the hue been filed :against you ill thefthnve I I:. lilt crn serving and unusual Ft I in t tI !
of 5 rent
got a hag per :\o"fln: 'I II 1'1'1It
lupine on beds by broadcastingthe ; are in a dry named "Court and < .tiise anilyou I .
5 cent DDT dust whichwe hogs. As our hogs pin Cirriitt <'.."ri. llrmlfiird I on n IT'riwritl.i in against noitllt'--.
and per seed hand and it are recpuired to sii\- a tony olyour or other of I Ill' 's. jruartlintr \
by discing went crazy over the : In ( *'nnrerMcKinbv any type
lot. they
ansxvt-r or pleading: to the
are told will do a job on the iom-. I'. nr"1 nirtL.i Pli.n'in, .
under. But after talking toIr Think thatwe'll plaint on the I'lalnllfflIorn.i .', 1 11''ll'-t'.
and .
vines ,
peas. K\cl: I:. P.I: I I' f. d.int call
green \.s > n ovtuiiL building
it will. us
as sr 'Ia'
pesky things. Hope I 'r Frank T..andrulIIt..rl.: .. .'
Starling about it. we've about decided this regular practicein l'& :No. 941ellre
been unsuccessful lr make a and file the original, in tinof I'M: .
far have
we that we'll plant on the leve! the garden. as it is almost impossible of the Clerk of th.. .C.. ''J.' c..int. .-i I K\elyn To Apnenr.To P. Krounritr uh.--

combating cutworms. And( what and plow drainage furrows every under one or before the resitl.'riand iiddn-ss I is: i "MKnuun'
damage they can cause! for us to cut :2.tla; ',- ..r < i. i 1,01.| r 1 I"< "Jotherwise You aie fi'i,i' .I\." notitied that a MCMURTRYBUILDERS DeVVITT C. JONESPhone
S. CO;;( feet. 'row at a time and not disturb th. all. :tain: ". i.- '.1,I"",I suit for
S But \\'I' stil1 Complaint will l I.. Mk.i. .t., < onreused -; l>i\iii. nut ]iopity' settb I -in. II' 7 Starke Fla.
Our patch of 12000. berry plant the adjacent: rows. '! by y'.u. i hash.. n I n"!. .1| .tL.I'ii iisj you in th'- ,
Wa'err to to Gaines- like to cut crop-residue under a.c This not i.shall !s-- pulilishei, ) il i abii\e, nain-d! I Coin' and ,'ii-..- an."IY"u ,|
looks Sam used the go
pretty good. : ,
I ,
r>nieach .f
w.-ok foi four mis. um I 11.I I i-n'i, 101..1! t serve a opy
strawberry hoe to scratch up the : ville with a delegation of farmer We feel that we are adding organic weeks In the r.railford: : Coiintv' 1'.1.! :iti,'ui' ..i I'leadine! : to th-' t', ----- - ,

the soil. graph I. T'' 'I' '''I 'I, I"llfltif; ''" J Ke\stone I ; ; :
and stockmen from Bradfor! matter to "II __ Hd hts. Fla.
of the beds with the
tops purposeLACY 4' I.t.I. .. .1". .1... ._". ..1.... .. ._., .o_. .\tt..rn.-i ;. rge I. )'.11", n Director Ambulance ServirOur -
S n ,1'I'' Ills'' : .1' \
County who were requiting! that iU%. Mak.. K! ,rda:

the recommendation that Cliff While discussing the use of j IOFFH'1 l. E.\1.1 V I r. 'I! I"Ui.I- rt'iil, T rd.I- T M I. ,"' u: 'hal in the office. !! ESTIMATES local funeral home enables 03 to offer conveniences and :
i.f t I ih. I ci. i K r :ne Circuit Com t
be to control weevils we i 'li-rk nt I h'i" i n'i: i '''II'111! services not otherwise available. :
Currie appointed County Agent Pyn-none on oi- -f..r" tl"
I\\\y Maruiii I 1. 'r .-I.| \ l '. |jolt\ Clei I k ) l'i" J TIKHRFl'LLY (;IIVEXriioM
think that it :I; d.iv of > ,
be fullfillPd. It seems to u<. ever were told that some !I :2(1! ; ,
4t J.i 17 ..th. I. ,. :i.I" II' ,1 I : ,1 a.eesr.rsearstSSSttStS.eSSSSSSSSS ..____a. I
with our short experience in hinders the fattening of stock I '"1"1." \. : I" .1 I, ee

about this Miner in f. "" ., ,,\ .' V.'e .the service at lowest and
terming here in Bradford County We are not postive !' j I highest type prices :

thai the folks who will work with but feel fairly sure that before In I'I..,Circuit nia: In Court f Imiirery.Th'lma Iliad. toni ('..u ii I', 10 Tit... T I I Kl \ "'To M. ;1\141: l DAVKKVSTONK i' accept A1MT life insurance policy In force, issaed by ANY \

the marketa ; KoMuns: Hut..'hinsim. Pl.n I I' ; 'I.M: MIJIIT in full funeralS :
the County Agent should have a releasing a product on > company as payment In part or on a
'. gi '!I'h'
tiff Il"li.it \11.' I' ''b ll.tth'iMin. ,
>"'ajur'oice in the choice of the concern would make exhaustive Di-f..ndant.! 1't'I I 1 i Consultation carries no obligation. :

man If a representative group of research into this possibility. For I'1.: 9'.I'.l: ; I I 1 4.- -------------------------- --------"- - ,
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,t Bradford County farmers and what would a corn protectant be To- Robert) Alliertu. Ttnd-hinscm,
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stockmen are satisfied that Cliff its feeding value was lessened? 'vh "e residence' and nddnssn\ : ;,1.1 : --.'"" L L. ,' -
if ,

will do a good job then we think Our guess is that it is not. South Smith: Carolina.McQueen Btret Florence i AHENTIONIf r I -. --f----_' _/W'oIf_'_ __-_ .-_'-_." ._____.\_. _-j-.r.: _,Joj._ _-- I[ ._ _. __=J-. ..<;:".- L 1

that he should at least be givena Von AT" ht-reliv- notified that a
I" suit fur ]>!'vi.r>'"- has liceii fil.',)
chance to show what he can do Our double row of okra is coming j against you in the alinve named You Have I

On* thing we have learned is that :, along fine now and before \ Court and ('all'p and vmi are required I
to serve a copy nf your answer -
the County Agent can do a lot tc ', long we should be cutting quite a i or pleadinp to the) complaint PINE: OK CYPRESS

in this County before frost on the I'lalntiff'tt.'n..- ', X.u-h: H
help the growers few The time "
pods. nUlIl."la"1: .
: ) Kyni I'.mlilniK.I i Ji<'ksonville -
make a living. 'should be long enough. too tc'i \ Florida and file tin- oriKinil TIMKKK TO SELL

i : in the office of th. f'K-rk nt thrireuit .'
S S S make the small crop worthwhile. ('..urt nn or In-fore the :!'I Large or Small Tracts
!, S S day of Oi.toiler. 1552! otherwise the
with Mr I :
We ro :? to the hearing IT
alleeitinn; < of s>iid ('''mpl i int will IS
50 cent <
Howell. who has a flock of 1.6W We're back to using per he taken as confessed l>y )'HU.* ire lilly All

d hens. While we are not wettable DDT to spray on our j jj This! notice shall he published
laying .
used i iI tine each week for four consecutive
sure of our facts. we believe that 'j garden plants. We have a.-I j weeks In the Bradford County Tele 1'A1'O1 PRICES

the poultry business is booming i dust for some time now. But I graph......._._._, ... :,_ -. .._.. _. coo.. _. __..__ I I,I _
hand :: I 'it' S 'III' I UI n. 'prernh.rr
Bradford County. Seems that j we ale set up (dusting by 1'81, t U

meet these with a builap sack. or a smal! I! (OKF1CI\T. !PK\T."= > A .T Thnmas
i almost every one we j Clerk of the Circuit Court Call Person Persons in
days is raising eithl'lavl''s or hand duster) we think that dusting I'v1.lnan: 1.. frosty, D.pntv Clerk19 \Write or Any or to Engage

costs more and is less efficient l >/ : 4t 10'lfl

broiler-- 4' 4' When we do get a means of doing ,

It. we will spra using our tractor Minn: Ttl1'1: \iiI B.T.THOMASLUMBER
In trying '" ''ont rol ilu- inserts I I ,i Clrrnlt I Court, llrailford! C..ii ii 17. Business Under A Fictitious Name

on our little roof cucumbers w tor power- I'liiriilut In Clmiirery.William CO.
5 i K Turner,
PI.JI''f.' \ '
ducted it with Chlordane all" i iJ :\i.u-y C Turmi r. lit ndant,
Had an interesting visit by a rail.' :'\., q-.'" PHONE: 211 J

i -_ 'i __---T J Yankee who is thinking of settling |I: 'nfef.ToMaiv'i':.. \.1..1'C Turn, r. ,,1',f.dcne .. P. 0. Box 735 I The Name Is Registered

in Bradford County. We like te'i and address is t.-, i '.'nr r i ST.VKKE, FL'\. \
PHONE 218 "sell" living here because we like i I I Park A\enii', Vniik-r'. ::0-. a V'" "
I'j You are hereby notif:. .rt rh II I' .i i
it so much ourselves" Ii i suit 'or Divorce has h"11 j' r'-

COLONIALFLORIST S S S Ii II I i "cr.inst you in the above ". f''j''I s ... .
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Court and cause and Y''I .t r. i
After using our tractor for one- quired to serve a c.,pv of \ .1' i 1

Since we've had swer or nlending; to ton "- .. i i
COY: row farming ever .
the Plaintiff'tln.n" :"i,<'h | I
it. we've agreed to switch to two-i, Douglas 505 L>'n' h P.iii.il' r,_' I"i sAv$1oocoo

\ the office .f th''i.1> >(
11111111'd.rt. ..; Washington si. it is designed. We have beer. i Circuit Court on
Member of .xhrlnorx and \\ ()\V, FLOWERSFOR planting with rows 60" apai?. and da,. of October. 1-! :! .' .. i.
allegations of said c,,' < I ube ) I shall be unlawful lor defined herein
an or
Uaila'Kt'r ("t.nvay Lilt) 11) In:: ALL OCCASIONS that means we have been using taken as confess- i \ > person persons ,

;"rk,'. lot of land to get a small crop '!1' This notice shall I... ; ,h<*d engage in business as herein defined under a fictitious name as herein defined
'nce each week for f..', r nu
I \\'e will widen our wheels to S1" ,i tive T.'u.s In the P.i 1,1'! 'I i mntT without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the

apart and plant two 42":! rows at Tei.raph1Iit'd
will have the I this 11 da> clerk of the circuit court of the (count" here the principal place of businessis
tm.e Then we I
(j) a Ii2.:
visibility needed for cultivation 1:' OFFICIAL SEAL A as with registration :5hall consist: of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit -
Cierk of the ('Ir >, 'm-<

M f9 fm m mm M T V ( perhaps using front end cultivalors I Po>- '1.u ian L Ciosl.x !I.. .. I. signed i by all interested persons stating under lath the names of
cent ? ii i-
and about 42 per l' -
DISH GARDENS And that will I I all those. interested in the business enterprise the extent of the interest
;, more land planted.
i ;ori( 101' \ i'ri.n'iiox ron
POTTERY make a tremendous difference in I TIX min of each. and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon.
I I HOD** Hill No IsjJJ: :-
POTTED PLANTS the j-acre corn field. I N"tice is, hereby g,i'\ "i. 'l.i' :M'O Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto
S S S : H.trrell the holder .if h.. I".1) -
I low certificate ,. in business under fictitious shall' have advertised his
if Blondie IMS hot fii.il saij' engage a name or
still don't know
We 'certificate' fur .' tax d-..-d I.. I he !ssU'd !
FLOWEHS1RED is bred ANYWHERE i ber.s and jears of Issuance. the de.scrlption -
badly last time that we expecther | of the propvitv. and' th- (- ) consecutive weeks in some newspaper an defined by law in the county

to do the same thing this time names In which is was as .es.s,,d ..r..1
He Offers You Expert Help NOM St Stark She look now as if she i* bred 1 as follow\ *. where said registration is to be made. and said registration shall not be
i-rtifii-.iif No I Y"Jr..r |
i In Planning Trips to All S. 194Sli.. snu.ii''e I accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of

43 States Canada Mexico Knothead the little spotted,, ( s.Tiptioi of rrupt'rty11 tha'_
iI''rtl'.n' "f NE", of NF '. N or K; of such publication. ,

BUM* OMWiy liner in Sp,'. 15. T T S ti lit\ K: :. ,

\ Dsty I. acres Nine in which assessed, I'aknown. DURINO OUR 'I

JaekonUh. 8H 1.15 RADIO ANDTELEVISION low i If more above. than order on for* ...each certificate additional f.-]. OLD BAKE ROUIDI I If you are engaged in business under any name

Oral 1.61 STARKE SERVICERepair
; ctrtlfluteJAll Trtdt 1 U your' old stays for this
Tampa 61.08 of .aid property l Iot.n? In .he
County of Bradford State ..f Fk-' strH.mlijb.d kitcbca bent, hxluy.
't. Peter'.burg 6 4.CO
Tallaba.Of'fo 4 .&.26 l'nlB such crtlfica'p r r r-rtificatfs 1- | Reg. Price 289.50 ,
shall b. red.emi'd ,. ,
Service On All Makes 'C' rdir.p j ,
Savannah,,. 4 .06 JKaou | tn lair the property devribed! In ,

Ill... T>nn. 15.48 I' be such sold certificate to the highest or cf'rllfU..s bidder; al will tht' j j Now Priced 239.50 advertised and will be

Clminattt( Ohio S. 1K.S4 I, i TELEVISION and RADIOSFor i, court in house month door! of on November the first Monday I52.- LESS YOUR 1 properly registered, we !

New York N. Y. 7 !!.71 j i which i the S day of November.1JSI. 50.50 !

SHi IT Irlncc 8. 1.90 I luted this 1? day. of Sept"roter. .

Phis I'. S. Tux. Sin t" an Extra "il. j 189.501 glad to give you all necessary Information as to
(OKKICIXT.! SKM. A J Thoni. :
10% EAt1.1' with a Round PROMPT PHONE Clerk: of Cir.-oit Court of I'.raJford I I
County Florida. IS 4t 10'1Clrmlt 0

Trip TicketRE111OL1) I I I Central Fla. Gas what should do.BB.UlFORD !
( RELIABLE I 198-W ''I.,I 1 _rai In Comrt Cbat'try.Jr.f.rd I I IIi you .

BUS DEPOT r Mary 0 Tucate. Plaintiff. vs. Raymond 1 I

Tfmple A>..". SERVICE II Fugite, Defendant Cue No. 2T4 \I i & Appliance Co. :

I Order .( ....."....... ..4 >.lle. (' ;Ii
1'hone 141-J .*."* J I
State of Florida to: Raymond IIFugate li9 West Call St. '
228 E. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. who*.. r"sld"'nId ad-

dre-is.. is-: c/o G. E. Fug"lIt..Io'nnkhn| !I -- -- q - .
Street, Danville l1hD* bl. I Phone 301 Starke, Fla. '" .
huh '
Tint irs reontred to "ppear o" -- --- - '
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FLORIDMethodist TTTT hou-e Hostesses for the '
meeting Texas. I ;;:: r ,, ,
will be the new officers. ; eight weiKire I
Mrs. Farrar. wife of the forme
!: :
The \\ :i, +i-i!, school. visite -
( !!iits regular meeting of the: Cathii pastor of the Community Church ,
I !+ii' Club will be held Wednesday i j is ill in the Community Hospita' j ems in Lawtev ret en''
vtatam to every one to come u11': .' Sara :Mcl: )onaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Oi-tober. 15 at 8 p.m. at the John in Glasgow Ky. They were or I i Pt (""llt' leu \\ "
'worship '.vith us and hear a fine,
I Gospe -rmon. home. j i their way south when she W.l"I I,, Nfvv I'pin t\l1'k N", \ ',
The committee wish to taken ih and had to i Ill!tllt'f
reporta stop over j .1-SP1 i I'I
Cecil Douglas, minister:
I The Catholic
Club of Keystone very successful 'They are expected to
Rummage Sale:! resume thc'
ChurchThe Presbyterian Church .r f j nOODL.WX1'TIST I Heights will hold a covered dish and Bake Sale on Saturday am:', journey this weekend. { .. '

I' I CIIUKCII ; supper in the Woman's Club or, to thank all those who helped.On Don't forget the special tv. :tior'' We
Sunday School at 9:43.: Buy Sell
First Methodist Church of i I Class 10 [I Sunday October 11 at 6 p,m. This i the same evening at 8 p.m on Tuesday October il, It l i- t. ,
Friendship a.m.
Starke cordially invites you to attend Morning service ,conducted at I Th Woodlawn Baptist Churci P I, is a farewell supper for Fathei j ji the Club will hold Open House;j name a candidate for :an otfict
the following services of wor 11 a.m. i of Lawtey extends a cordial welcome i! Lyons who has been transferred i for members and their friendsProspective made vacant bdeath s+II1' And Trade
ship on Sunday, October 12. The to everyone to come out:i to Sanford. The new pastor, Father I new members arc the last pnnurv: ,
Church School begins at 9:45: every and worship with us. Sunday Harry Turnier will take over j! urged to attend. Hostesses at thi CARS AM TUl'I'KS:
Sunday:: morning. At the elever St. Edward's Church School 10 a.m. Preaching at 11''!about the 15th of this month. Hr | occasion. will\ be the E'XIC'ClltiWboard. NEWS ABOUT
o'clock church service Sunday a.m Sunda night services 7:3C': ( ;: comes here from St Paul'chuul' J. Wainwright
morning the Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell Sunday :Mass at 9:15: a. m. p.m Wednesday night service e in Jacksonville \\",. hi\c M>I "I\j! \' ."'d.! 1,1: SERVICE MEN

will preach on the subject Weekday Mass 7:30: a.m. 730pm, The (t',I' a }Hlt'h! u Xi 1"0' : Motors
Children's Class Wed. 3:00: Keystone Height.YoniHn'' i 1' :\111\1': I. i 'iu i! e "'I i <' \!
"Why Not God". Specia' p.m A i; ) t'llia't I ITrniple '
Try Flynn :supply pastor :
Club will hold the ,
KPJ stone HeightsWomen's ntst regular :i n-> \/1' \ F < ':': -: :\1"1 (c-u ;MI i >
music will be furnished by the Club s ni'-etuig;; 01' the wai i"I f ."" tt. """afl". Iia
Senior Choir with! Mrs. E. K. ( ) CHURCH OF JESUS CIIKIST .. ., ,, ,,,,. .. ,
H HI .
Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd, 5th Sun. j p MI u the < ui \ t ( It. Hrt- -X :' '- "' t 1-' I K
Perryman as organist. OF LATTEK DAY SAIXlM< -
11 a.m. 2nd and 4th Sun. 8 a.m. ,
Sunday evening at 7:30, Mr. Confessions before all Masses Masonic Temple, Call Street. i iI -' *" _. '. ._. __. "" ._ ____ .I
Mitchell will preach on the sub I Sunday School every Sunday,
jest "Jesus Points the Way.' morning am. Sarnnu'it Serv-
The stewards of the church v.-il1 Church of God IK. JESSE'. M. IIEXDLKY I yes 6.30 p, m. A cordial invitation We Again BEEF Is
serve as Pew Captains for the I j .s extended to all. TA ,
The First Baptist rhurrh He
service The Youth Choir, direct Stark-8th & St. Clair Sts.! I I I I i
ed by Mrs. T. G. Mitchell wjl' i Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning rival will\ end after today's. Sat.urday's PEXTfX'OSTAL: HOLINESS Offer Lowest Cheaper and
provide special music accompanied j and Sunday's meetingsDr. J I HUtCH
by Mrs. T, J. Green, organist Worship 11 a.m. Evening Jesse M. Hendley is bringing Sunday School 10 a.m. j' U Uwe
All children between the age' Service 7:30 p.m. YPE ServiceTuesday the morning and evening mes I Moaning! Service 11 a m j PRICES GROCERY & MARKET Pass .ton
( 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meet. sages. Evening Service 7:30: p,m,
of 6 and 12 are invited to thejChildren's ;
Prayer Meetings Wednesdaj
k ling 7:30 With two services at 1C '
Thursday daily
p.m. For You
Hour held each Wednesday ; I night 7:45: SaUrdav/ nigft' to YOU
1 Lawtey a.m. and 7:30: p.m., the First! Bap- p.m. Quantity' Hi;ht.s Hcservcd Prices (,ood Fri. and Sat., Oci 1 1" I
afternoon at 3:15.: The, 7:45 p.m.
tist Church urges all to come out
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning
mid-week prayer service is held for the icvival.Saturday's .
Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serv- Cottage; Prayer Meeting;
Wednesday evening at 7:30. Everyone : service is dedicate
is cordially invited. i i ing Saturday, 7:30: p.m.AAAAAAAAAAAAA i as Youth Night with the sermon Xazarene Prayer meeting wil!
be Wednesday evening O<"* \Ji at
ti::"d. "How To Be Popular.. "
&&& & & &AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4DRC23 I 7:30: at 304 Park St.
Sunday's service during the Sirloin

evening meeting scheduled foi 7.30)::!! )'
P ni. | T-Bone

Kuday night services at tlu ,
bernacle were conducted b\ Rev j ji '
Mi and Mrs!: H'IMI.-I i s;> .o'm;
i ; K Cutshaw of Greenville" Tenn
: and his inothei M'1 I >"' (II Porterhouse
/K-'\' Cutshaw brought to his audio .
i' Stearns of Tavarf- ;v.' "c ,n tug
th- sweet and .
relatives in this tom'i! > PI
> of Ruth-her loyalty ant"rtithfulness
the weekend.
I in the face of adverit [I LB.
.d rpy !! Business visitors to < ; 'HH
\'. and finally her triumph. and :;'
; Friday were. Mr. and lily
nnniir in being of the lineage of;
!: Mr. and Mis I.. '. N-H
I i'h i ust.ltev. II I II i
man and Leroy Norman
I Cutshaw i is a guest of the I I
I Glad to know that PatM, ('lemj
Tabernacle: occupying the "Pro-
j ins daughter of Mr.: and Mrs
: Roy
ph'-i's Room", where he is "at i iHome" i
| demons is improving
to visiting friends. He wil\! | atti" stick
; yea be joined later by Mrs. Cutshaw, 1, qty a knife in her eve Herseys Lbs Tender Snap Lb

25,0008 BTU ml+l they w'll\ Winter in .Florida.and I planning The committee the Halloween in charge armva1 of SUGAR 5 41C BEANS 14C 1

?i'nptural chalk talks i
$39.95 met Wednesday afternoon
at the
Bible Quizzes formed the major
i' school. Plans were made tn have
Other Models lol'twn of the Tuesday night meet- a fish pond county store bal' good fac pk Lb Tender Baby Lb
From in<; and this time of fellowship j:
a and study is enjoyed by all. i![ throwing and parade, tithe at RICE 3 39C SQUASH 7C
$24.95SLADE tractions may be decided on later
The ladies' auxiliary Thursday
I I Pop (corn hot dogs and Coca-t'ol2

made afternoon and necessities reported several furnished call to'i|j', will be sold during the evening Dixie Lily Qt Young Tender Lb


ef Christ I! I -

Corner 10th and Mc.Mahon: PURE al.

Bible School--10 A. M. By Mr. Bonnie MiKinnf.VAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.. .
GAS COMPANY Preaching11 A M. and 7:30: I
P M. Catsup :: 16e Pe'pper 29'

Prayer Meeting and Bible Study I'' Mrs. Crenshaw: of Gainesville I
FloridaYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTTYTTYTYTTYTYYTYTYTYYTTTTTTTTTTT each Wednesday 7.30: P. M. ,I spent the weekend with her son I
Everyone welcome. Hoiace Cain and Irene nat)11t'1
Mr and Mrs Civile Surreni'VI

I I and wert'i"iting Bobbie Surrencv Mr. and Mrs 01 Tampa Leor I 3 Lb Cnt 63c Round Lb

I C Wvnn over the weekend t SHORTNING S STEAK E S8C.

REVIVALONLY I' Mr and Mrs. P. O S'arlmg
and Mr and Mrs. LOll 1111' Hines

i were \'Isltlllgll's.. DeLi! steer<(< Cnt Plantation Lb

:I Sunday Mi,. Maude in High Surremy Springs"I'h, ,tiel'I |I CIGARETTES $2'08 GRITS 5 44C

3 DAYS LEFT .' I!I hei birthday. Sunday. Ort .-i
: i Mrs Forest: Reynolds "f! lai-k "
1 .ottt-ille spent a l lu ,ia' < ,nhj ; PRINCE ALBERT Ctn $1.32 BLEACH 33" Qt
FRI.[ SAT. SUN. j hei nidthei! MrF F V'>, 'a, n\ 12C

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Dr. Jesse M. Hendley PULPWOODTIMBER% SURF Kach 27e OLEOfllll: : o'n1ge .

Bring Spirit -Filled God CONTACT -

Inspired Messages Large 6 bottle ctn
C. R. WhiteheadLawtey OXY DOL L l1C PEPSI COLA l1CR

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10 A. M. Two Services Daily 73Q: p& M. I'I f INS 0 Large 17C R. U. COLA 6 bottle ctn 17CS


FRIDAY -- 7:30 P.M. '( (, S 0 A P Lux 4 For 2SC COCA COLA 6 bottle ctn l1C .

Challenge To You To Attend The Revival"/ / I' ,)

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SATURDAY _u 7:30 P.M. YOUTH NIGHT : -- -

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WHICH I l are really better at
SUNDAY 11 A.M. household arithmetic-men

or women> Let's look at the
'Heaven, Will Jre}} Know Each Other There?" question in terms of Insurance Gull

What woman would carry SPRAY Qt 39C
only $ .000 in fire tnsuran.'e m

SUNDAY -- 7:30 P.M. FINAL SERVICE furniture clothing, etc when It

I I "The Tnpardonable Sin" Thousands Are Commuting It! does would to replace not cost know them several?what What tunes a hnan-at-woman much tal fLOUR Pillsbury 5 Lb. 44C MULLET Large Lb l1C

fall on hei it Kei
ATTENTION husband were injured ir an 1'OTTEI

CHRISTIANSPray looks accident these? Yet vital many needs.a mar ov ei MEA l Quaker Box 11C 1 for lunches Cans
Diligently Win A Soul To Christ -- Attend Every Service Sp here to husbands a practical and wives suggestion MEAT 5

Bring Someone With You Don't guess about insurance _
consult this agency for expert J
advice on which policies to buy-
, how much -and what to do in
I, event of loss .'} For

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ,''H. C. Wall AgencyConstant ). !. I Cori Beef 39dIJello 25c

Service Over I ""'11'---- -.,.,...._.....=
STAKKE. FLA. 60 Years-

Please Phone 146 ..
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BHS Seeks PKY !! to loses Prevail the ball no on downs good. to Bradford Palatkaon I 'We Do Everything But Deliver The Baby'That's t 1 *lets-nf-of 141 the will Circuit legi"lerk !. ''. r --

their own 40 yd. stripe. Han- Legion FairToSari 'or Prmdford I'O' "
Victory TonightContinued for 17 1.4. UI"! '"' .
cock pass to Maltby good .... :
L i ,
The Doctor
Hancocks incomplele.Barrentin's | Way if I L .. 1I'W' J .,_L"t" -
pass ) ufl '
I ( on page ten) yds. : Covington Describes .'h i r
Han- j j jI.
no good. ., IT"
pass ;. .
If t Vorth !
Patray's kick for extra point wide ,I cock's pass no good half ends with I Varied Clinic Work >> : J 3 n<. \\ :,S.

Score 8-0 Hradford. score tied 6 all. ( .- \ ole ow ive .
; From the cradle to the gi i rl v I ; ) \ Stark'-, .
tol1lis .
kicks off | Hancockon .
Crawford Crawford kicks off to -- ; tt .
I That's the r r 1-.t..1 ?h'- IMth that could p
slogan --.W--- .
standing on the 30 \vh," returns toI the 20 to open the 3rd period. S : I I. inloi the annual A'I ierIttt 'P 1 I",1 1.1h.

t the 40. Maltby gains 1 yd. being Hancock stopped by Garner after well go with the Bradford County tf" 't "t 4 ,. I \ I ei..on sponsored County Fair are j t'u\ nty, 1"1'I1.c.!

, e stopped by Garner. Hancock | 2 yd. gain. Hancock no gain. 'I Health Department so extensiveis I r 'uping: up nicely. Legion Commander .

t. stopped by E. Teston for no gain. Hancock hands off to Willis whois its job in each citizens' life. ., W. H. ( Bill) Graham announced IQ The Circuit;: Court
Hancock's pass to Owens incom-i| thrown for 4 yd. loss by Garner. :I Affecting each resident in some yesterday. I, Eighth Judicial C'in-uit Of 1111
t 'r
alete. Tenny kicked from own 40: Tenny kicks from his own 25 to way, either thiough direct medIcal :.' :.J'I. The City has given the Legion' State Of Florida In .\nd I "

.o Shaw on own 19 yd. line.' Jack- j Bradford 39 yd. line. Shaw fumbled! I treatment and diagnosis in the 1 pei mission to use the playground. I j; Rradfard County; In (ham i \

t' son no gain. Shaw 1 yd. on end on next play and the ball was recovered medical clinic, or through the t ci pal k on West Pratt St. for thi K. T. Crew*. Plaintiff '. "'.

F, -un. Prevail kicks from own 18 by Owens on own 32. i I' Bureau of \ ital Statistics and : -' I event which will open Nov. 3 an4'' McCord and his wife \.. .

to Hancock on the 50 who returns Willis gains 9, then 2 more and sanitation division the department continue through Nov. 9. McConl. Defendants
| :5 yds. to Starke's 45 yd. line. Wil-I 1st down. Hancock's pass inter i, is one of the most important sutf .) \ J & Graham stated that an effort NOTICE OF s \1 t-

I ;> lis carries for 4 yds ((5 yd. penalty ,. cepted by E. Teston on own, 21 yd. and county agencies. ..; --. will be made to line up as many TAKE NOTICE thatsigned t. ,
J "We do everything but deliver J\ ..
I 'r on Bradford.) Hancocks pass to line. Jackson 1 yd., then 5 more. ,> .. interesting exhibits as possible I Special Master, j l'>v-
i the baby said Dr. A. Y. ':9 .. .
Covington anti
I i i Tenny complete on Starkes 16. but gain nullified by 15 yd. illegal -,I J all business and individuafrDe d in accordance with! '
, I I II i I .A I
I Mallby around left end for 7 yds.I| use of haruU penalty against 1 director of the Bradford Clay -.J. I I III interested are urged contact ente rendered in the .
I Barrentines pass to Owens incom-!, Prevatt kicks from and Union county departments ir. him at the earliest possible date. titled cause will sell ,It ) .
Bradford. f.I.tht' :
describing the broad of Clinic Secretary Mrs Herlx-rt Given holds ford County Health Dep irtment. Dr. .\. Y. Cov-
: l plete. Hancock around end for 4 5 line to Hancock on BUS :1 coverage following properti: i ,
own yd. three-nionths-old Jli-vm :)! Martha llin..tora.Jnlul'.. \
pre-nalal work one of several! Rickey ( as r't. Sngton, a pre-natal case jnSnellen
to Bradford 5 yd. line. Ha:,-l 9 and Humphrey's The North Quarter .
yis. 33 line. Hancock yds. Begins IIi": ".
yd. R. N. at the Ur.lfl I
,1 fields the Health prepares an injection photo at right.
, cock over the :5 yds. for tieingscore. Maltby 2 yds. and first down. |I: Departmentoversees. _ _ _ _ _ _. Staurolite Shipments ,; Half .it. Bkk Six -::.

Barrentine's pass to Owens Hancock's-pass 'toTenny<:" good ,;1 The local department's McKnight. R. N. and Mrs Martha with irregularities they are sentto year of age. is eligible for thc Ranpt Two Wes1 -

over goal incomplete for E.'xtral for 11 yds. and first dor.vn. Han- ;: campaigrof Snelling R N traIn mothers- a private doctor as the health Crippled Children's Clinic. The Humphreys Gold Cot i'-i-' North (Quarter of the i F. -- !
preventative health offers
r l point try.l'alatka. if cock 8 yds. to Starke's yd. line. i| to all and not just to people services to-be in better health practices department does not cure people After that age. the cancer and t ion Trail Ridge plant has 1-egur ot Block Six South < .j t L.

kicks off to Jackson oniOO I II' Barrenline scores for 12-6 lead. : unable to afford both in the clinic and in the field but tries to look for trouble and tuberculosis divisions check up or production of staurolKe. and th Three West and the NVr" "
' a doctor's bill.
and returns 15 yds. to the 45. i Line buck try for extra point fails. ': There three Although many persons are warn the individual of any sym- the citizen through X-rays and first shipments have been made Quarter of Block Sis.: .". .:
i major phase
. Norman's pas.i to V. Teston in. : taken care of through the clinic loms. other means. This mineral has been recovoiet' Range Three West I iT,"
I kicks to Jackson on of the
Hancock department's that
romp 1..tE.. Normans pass to Pre- I program in the department's building or Included in this The third major field, communicable b> magnetic seperatii-n from nia Mills Subdivision in 8"(10.-(
Prevail are the >
I I I'att the 30. ball returned to 43. aid the people, and they are: group :
f \ incomplete. Norman carries I j Church St., the majority of the diseases deals with terials: formerly thrown t to waste' Township 6 South. R.m
5 and first down. Shaw'I Sanitation Maternal Pro mid-wives classes, to instruct.omt'n
for 5 yds. Douglas 7 yds. and a) I work in this particular division if venereal disease and olher such: Staurolite has a high ahln.in.t1m.: East, as per plat mi'-tei, .
loss. Jackson 2 yds. and the Communicable Disease \\ on delivering children irthe -
: ,
I INorman's
down. Norman's incom illnesses. i tent and is Deed Book C ,
pass incomIplete. Control. in the field, where the nurses visit home, since families persentiy being used( at Page I 1..1 I .
Norman 3 yds. pass to Prevail homes of many are No matter as a source of current public ,.
plete. Normafl'I I i the pregnant women.In your age or trouble alumina in the reconN H
unable II'
takes ball on LI| Through sanitation headed by to pay the coal of havinga
Palatka over ford
incomplete. the County Health manufacture of County. Fond!
pass Portland
Jack the pre-nalal clinic on the in the Department is d"m1'n ex, .,
Trawick, the department baby hospital.
I 2nd and 4th Wednesday afternoon I always ready to serve you fron-: Cement rnanufat'tuiin the the West 132 feet (If Xorih' .....
checks on standards in eating estab- After the
baby's born
mothers Florida Quarter
the time you're born to the tinV area will u.-tc -taurolite to of said Block Six S"ld,
I : lishments, sewage control, public each month, the expectant moth take them to the'ellBaby Clinic of
when you die. replace alumina-bearing clays Range Three \Vet; -K,t.,..
SERVICE water and mosquito control. ers receive a complete physica1
which in
INKIER( ELECTRIC I And even after death the department are now imported from out- Bradford Count. Fir" >.i t I..
In the Maternal Hygiene Program exam blood test seioloand And when that barn -Mde the at the
yiow III| still has a hand with state. Staurolite is also South front lo"l l i ,*,: .
which is probably the busiest pelvic nieasuienu-nts tll n! first and aitends school it examined used County
record as :an abrasive. Court House
your as it sends your dfatl- in :<- k,
I :!I field of all. Dr. Covington am4 children at school bit 4 '<>unK: Health I I'e Bradford
!' I certificate to the Bureau of"It:.' County, Flomt.i I'
ZENITH his two staff nurses. Mrs. Arlene If am 01 t Hie patients .m. round partnient nurse and lo 21 o'clock
up Statistics noon
Legion Slates Gator on Mondav <<< ), '.

: hIlls fumble on Starke's 47. Third 27, 1952 to the highest ,: .1 I '"

RADIOSales ; I quarter endas Palatka gains I TheyHead T : Driver Stopped Football Movies bidder This for cash.

yd- University of Florida football October 8. IfCC':!

and Hancock's pass complete for 7 I By Police, Then movies will be shown during Tues (Signed I ) T A YA\\-

yds. to Maltby Hancock's pass in II day's American Legion Special Masts '

Televisionand I Dies Of Stroke at meeting 10 1tI..: I
'I complete and ball goes over toBHS I 7:30: p.m.. announced Ray

on own 40. Prevatt 1 yd Stone.
Service VP &
gain. Norman's pass intended for A -' -en-old bus duvei finn Assistant BHS football coach W. C.T.U.1N1lMi'Fl.tN .

wefl 4 rnaneeeeeeeeeeeeeseeflfl.rm V. Ttston incomplete. Jackson 2 I .;0111'-.', 'le'I died of a heart ad- Harold Hazel wood has the '
program ; ( }; Is flit
yds., then Prevail kicks from 43 mem ii the Alachua General Hoor for the
221 X. Temple Ave. Phone 166 and vvil' .MKJIirKST: OF1.1.. TIUnmns
to Palatka 22 yd. line. BHS' d! M nii.iy morning after being narrate the show Hazelwood
ira ; THAT ('h-()<, Tilt I Jlltu
Crews breaks and L >'ppI'd i in Slarke forniei.
through by city police Gator grid star. .
I throw, Willis for 3 yd. loss. Han- 'MI II 1\ lug on the wrong side of

nflnfl epseseree srSSS SSSflSflSfl' I cock's next heave complete to I 'I], i mi ,i few hours earlier 55,900 ( : .
Sale Tops Tin: I1 \TIII t'.IIipn(1: :
Willis but 15 yd. I'alatka penalty \\ H :Murrow. 42. police chief

brings ball back. Class *i4 \,\ i K: 'Ihoi uton reporteti wai.keii > Court Transactions 4... --

I Tenny loses 1 yd. from punt for- to get out of his 1932 "For Recoids -
i in the
office ,
ol ( Vim'Cleik :
mation. finally kicks from six to >nie| officers Wilev Sweat anc! \

I Thomas on BHS 40 returning th- Mr'' Morgan when the pohcomer: c A VV J Thomas show :Mi. am1Mrs o! (

___ mu.u____ __ I ball to I'alatka's 40. Plays b> Of 'I'p( < d i him in what seemed a I'retblol'k Schearer sold font. mn

FOR SAI.K:-SweM Yellow! Lupine( I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT, I I Jackson and Prevail move to first : III' die' reckless driving case or Mr. and Mrs.buildings recent I I\ t t. .

etrd. Hairy Indigo new (' op'I MATTRESSESOF down. Shaw. Jackson Prevail fail .".(l./ Madison: St. about 2 a.in I I1"llIlav ; $5.900. Hubert A. Fox for (___
-rnnc..l.i liahia & certified
Southland Oat ..cl. P.iiy early to make first down Palatka takes \ : i iIuriow The
ALL KINDS ; structures are located Oct. JO. II
before priors go up. Std drying I over on own 19. \ said he couldn't move miles <
I 53 north of
& l'1'allinK.-Z. W 1IaniiIti"Irlbl.ker. Starke
Kla. tf HENOVATEDfj !i Maltby and Ham-ock thrown for ii 'he officers put him in their car :across; from Hartmann'--on 301 UK(, DOlHi.K FF.t'I'LRERED ;

losses by BHS, I'alatka finally ,4011 i c illed for a doctor when iti I ture stoie. funij
(\oiTI-n--Graduat.. nurse or ,
licensed practical for generaldutyi i k.ks from 9 to Palatka's 37. Prevail \ a .obvious the man was suffer 'I SKIES OFMONTANA

Ductor's ClHio Hospital. I i thrown for 1 yd. loss. Noran's nif an attack. :I I
301 W. Call St.. Stark- Fla. tf / BOY
I Befoie SCOUT
I m pass to Vernon Teslon mcomplele. he was taken to th NEWS

t'O't SAl.K-Four room ln.use with FURNITURE I Thomas gets six around Polaroid 1-Minnte Photo by the Telegraph- hospital by an ambulance, Mnro I

tilu'r"l1 Oriffis Loop.of land.Trice Located|S73. near Mrs. I Keupholsteml and I end. BHS} penalized five yards for IHIS' new senior rlav officer were named in class elections \\ said when he crossed UuStiirke organized The local] Boy Scout troep hay I With IX TKCIIXICOLOKith:

.' lIie Mae George._Jtp 10/3 Refinished I, too much time in huddle, and r cc4itly. They are left to right: clano Thomas, president ; I'ats.\' railroad tracks he felt spain > With five a 10 piece band: I \VI lnurk

SKAMSTHKSS-Plain sewing, and game ends before another play Kucera, secretary-treasurer; and Kenneth ('onn a) % ice-president.( ( He stopped at the Gulf nets trumpets, three clari AND -
Iteration. SatUaction guar- can get goingNorman. Oil station for gas. and then besjau trombone, and! one
anteed. I'rice reasonable. Mrs.Kverett Box 230 I'alatka, Fla. driving to snare drum the local I
thf'unmg troops
1'reNcott l'j miles from aA AAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAI.FT Sept.S Construction Permits Gainesville on to make music i in the plan Law Of The Pampas
Starke on Lake Butler Highway Up side of the road. j The future. |I
j. n. oi>o\t. JK. scouts
10iO, ; 61 11j14W.NTIliOflQO II\MLK YUlll Named Chief Thornton said the mar [ weekend went on a hike last I j With William lt<..\d

f.VTTl.K AM: ) HOGS : was Differing from a heart attack I with their scoutmaster! I'lns ('art",," and Chapter I:<

pine land.
cut ion and )11'1,.... Write Henry, I I'lihilkti Kneh 'rhur..dnyinlnc ApplicationsCity Investigating the cut off For I Canova and Tommy Stalling ( -

I'. O. flux 51.i Jacksonville.Ili-hC Fla III/ j I'I IFOK %t Hie Knrh: 1'rlJay : f FF F FA President (coupe officers found 11 5-gallor; !, were added to the ranks ofj; t Sun.. Mon. Oct. I 12. I 13:

I I'i:()TECT YOJfll I SECUniTIBSFireproof building jng of moonshine but Thornton the scouts, this ,
permits issuei1I'ming nut the
to ('hi istlat; Chinch foi week.
SALF-A. II. lir..n! estate"i I'rotecto Security Box September of this said' the man had not been drink The DESERT PURSUIT
yeai construction oj then struc scouts
property, located Tenth and X. Iji-autif'.il. large heavy duty steel I' new proposed a mock
WaHut Sts. J10 ft on loth. noun 'I l.ov. $I 0.5 plus tax. Bradford I Glennorman, BUS eleventh II 'any doubled the permits issued! tore slated to cost some $10.000; mg I lost child ,
Walnut iiu-luJrs store building County Telegraph. tf The illegalhiskev hunt in the woods at \\ It It \\.I.\ 111' Mornand
during the same month of 19."il; The was pouret'out
grade agriculture lepott show the church
with living quarters upstairs.:: i( student war : their Green Bar Virginia <
all stone duulex apartment FOJ1 Tim nL'PGKT-MIXUKO Bride j I I natred president of the Bradford lecords in the office of City Clerk will be onestorwith concrete in the gilt' te'i in front of City' Council meeting' in-\"
houiie and a 9-room unKalow. i --IMO Kngraved Weddirig Invitations Ca-1 I Johns Hall: Monil.iy: i in order that ;' Tins T\\" ( ulnr ( aiiiiuiis and<<1
reveal. morning they
See I.. D. Oreen, Administrator on fine rn -'ulltf'nt I'atert.nlv J County chapter of the Future : covered composition It will niea, L may gain ex :\l'VTues. \ >

Ut. *. I'.nx 146. $tark". Ztchg 1OOpoit $161j! liradford: County I Farmer.of America last week ;iI A total of $11.300: worth ofuiliiLng sure 66 by 44 ft. peneiice looking for children ir :

l .. Telegraph._j_tf Norman will b City Clerk Carl Johns. Father the \\'oob
SAL1-One story 7.room ht.usL I, serve duting the remodeling plumbing dep.isitei'SO. Lyons : Oct. I II I ONM
with two lots tut corner of .:iKht.I l 19)2-r: .school $ ."> in parking meter
aid Chair: $t$. J. U Stlcox. l 1"hO year. j and< I I 707. Stchw 10.-17( .\ll Mnkrn VII MoileUleitHiinjilile Other officers elected were: the bank for the month of Reptem I Will Transfer
ing the past month Totals $3,600Bradford 5 FINGERS
ehnrK KuarnntredI'll
Alvin Davis vice-president: Rocky ber. records in his office show :
1I'ST-Thr.-I..llroom house : ,
FOrt furnlfhvtl! In Slarke, large ",,,,'n.1 I :.t >V. nil S. 'C... OII.I''IlInlJ Mnrke: : 'h. 2t: a'Garner: secretary: Ronny McClel-, with permits worth $5,850 Collections on ele'tliritand ITo Sanford :'
HOUM isuued last Countcomn unitie< \\ th James Mason, DamHliDarrieux '
I' three blocks from 'ourt i ii year In September.
water utilities
lan treasurer; Wallace Parrish were $10.601 I i7 am' i
:i Also 5-room furnished collage | ron RUNT-Quiet, restful, comfortahle Only one i and Keystone Heightof i I andtl.: had Ii.-nfl'
. on Kin*! ley I.ake. electric kit- -2 apt!;., aining, of :; 1 reporter; and Gene Watson sen permit has been issued $1,932.08, lespectively during : St Eduard's Catholic Church adjacent j 1'lus T\M ( artoormi hen. running water Very reason- rooms each. Electric kitrhenjrood -*, tinel. this month. a fee-free per. 'i September. Johns said. will rett-ive a new pastor Oft.: lo j Clay County received<<1 1,611\.02 n L> J
t able, until :May. Mrs. I K. J. I owI lied*, space: hei.'-r::. K :News
I n'I'r.. 537 W. Call St l'h..lIO. tarke, take left hand dirt roadIVssent For the first time since the Father Richard J. Lyons. pr-s-1 their share of $1.089.34 92 I ir ,

1H-.1 Itrhg' ( road) at bridge on Call Chapter was oiganized, the "gre..r.'hands" Hayes Named Humphrey's Employees i e lit pastor is transferring to San1ford's ; I August state '
[ St for about I ml. to mv sign at cigarette tax monies Wt-d.. Thur. Oct. !lt.: li(
if.tTSI': VOK HKN'T. Inquire (' rcyh : left side of road. Mrs. Carl 1 or first year agricultura! Donate 35 Pints Catholic Church. I Starke received tin- largest .,

011,1'I lils Station tf W> nn Apt!!._tf boys were allowed to vote in the FraternityField The new priest for Starke, Key poi I HI(: norni.K FKATtiu:
To Set Up Blood BankThe : I ti on with $2.39i.1OU1t'r ,
i stone incorporated
\W.TF.D-CICan: : cotton rags, nowork F OIL 1NT-T.arge completely fur i chapter elections since they were Heights and Raiford Pri

, pants, khakihirts m. overalU 1 nl..h..t house. Keyttonellelirhts j i initiated prior to the election Secretary Mobilt I'nit of the John son is Rev. Harry Turnier towns received tax Missing Daughters
ITadford<< ('..lint)' Telegraph ( on Brooklyn l Lake.: Kleclrlo stove i I
; tf ,| and refricerator: I'lione :ST.nsJuoksonville : : There ale 40 "green ham)>" and Henry Thomas Memorial Blood was c-urate at St. Paul's Catholic] money as follows: Lawtey$3T
:i or writ.Mrs.. Thrower :20? W. E i Eno.s i Hayes. Church \\ lilt Knlianlrlen: ..milKIM
upperclassmen in the group son of Mr Hank of Gainesville ren'ntly'isit- In Jacksonville for the 7_55.; Keystone Heights. $$626 '
WANTKl: >---!*>ral route salesman: BoJ->1 1, Jacksonville. Fla.KOK V and Mrs E. %V. three ,Ill-lie I lltiil-nn
R. Hayes of
i Ferguson instiuctor Starke
in agn- ed years.
headquarters in Starke. Good opIMirtumty -; tr..ho: ,I the Humphreys Gold Corporation I Brooker. $H9 76, and Hampton
for right man UMulremints culture at BHS. is the chapter al-! has been named Southeastern Fielt1 ; Trail Ridge plant, and met Father Lyons ends his tenure ir
; references nnj rush <1e-i, :-Lt--I\ort mill ends of oak | JSG.5S. .\\1 >)>
Secretary for I Bradford
poult. Contact Curtis Candy l'O'1 lumber Bradford Furniture 1'1'1>. ;, visor. Pi Kappa Alpha I with generous response by member County after serving w
I .1aknrihI& Fit It. | 4tchgIO/ j The local FFA project. for the ational Social College Fraternity > of the Trail Ridge Social & the area's only Catholic priest for'I (
i fall is to raise lettuce and cabbage Hayes will cover member chap Recreational Club who a year. Rev. Lyons to i MHIII: UNDER AGE
came or
FOR RE T- Two bedroom unfurnished :, DEAR RUTH: You don't have I requested thej intio'io
houe. M F. Hazen to be ashamed of our furniturenow. !i on the school experimental farm '1t t ers in the South during the year. I! the visit. community during October of hlfG1'iIIit FHilTJul s \ \>n: '
1 The acting as a liason between last S..tl.-- ,i" h"-r l.v : tl."i' I'Jils 1.:11.1 1 .tt -
g.i 4
to attend thti the
group plans The staff of the Mobile Unit, i,
221 Lafayette St. Up.FOR i. We discovered Plasiic-Kotr I I II chapters nd.-rwitu.'I. II"Ii. r tli., |'r.'' i, > I
iI I Transparent Finish at Farm i state fair in Tampa and rodeo ir c and the national head :I composed of Mrs. Virginia Mor While here Father Lyons saw I j II of Ch.i|'ter S"'V: : t.t"i'f Fi.r.d; i ,

SAI.1One lable-lop kero- I Home & Auto Supply and now Ocal.i) ; next Spring Parrish! said qual ters. gan. Technical Director, Mrs. N i-Il the Keystone Heights Catholicf !, -

acne range J39.95.! Shade Gas Co our furnituie just gleam t I He is well-versed in fraternity Henjamin Technician; and Miss,;. purchase! nine acres of land for 81 j

ItchgFOR I Mother.[ County Jail Had 63 affairs, as he was affiliated with I Eleanore Sykes Secretary was as- 1! potential! church site near the II j To Our Friends And Cuxltuners

I I j Different Inmates the Pike house at the Universityof j sisted by Dr. Donald Christoffers!I public school. During the peak of )I

SALK Cabbage plants $2.7? !I TURKEYS READYCome tc Florida in Gainesville) during : of the Riverside Ho-pjlal of Jackaonville -.1 the tourist season. Keystone hat'jI' !!

per 1.000. H. L. Garrett. Rt. 1 \ Opal's Turkey Farm. Florahome During September his schooling there. I Mrs. Morgan expressed I ;' 100-l.jO members at Sunday mas ; We e'tend'CHI; a cordial invitation to MI\\

3o\ 2S-A. Starke. Itp \ Fl.i. for a nice young turkey for The ex-marine received hit the satisfaction of the volunleei in the Woman's Club building. I our large Prescription Jh'partment.'hen :L'Kesi
I Bradford Cmmtx's
>our special dinner. Visilors we!. jail had 641 I Bachelor of Laws degree from lbl'Collt'ge group by saying. "This has certainly Under: Father Lyons' guidance ; >tm-d Pharmacist check and recheck > ourprescription
I'ANTKD: White | eases during the month of September I
come. tf-chg of Law last year an!I been two bazaars were for
most successful sponsored protection.
a mission tl.. jour
: Cecil Sewell.
idy to stay in and help care for county jail.er. practiced for a while in Pensacola and raise fundfor the future .
we the churchbuilding
eml-invalid patient. Contact Mrs : r'RF.8, ROITE SALESMAN: reported this week. with the state : appreciate cooperation of the volume
: attorney's office. of the Social Club in ; IJecau large:, of prescriptions
Kvi: E. KeaRle phone :23J State 'f :you are interested in selling The 23-mmate capacity bastille While at ponsoring .
j : the University Hayerwas this worthwhile endeavor." The Starke congregation total \vc fill and buying mo> t of our Drugs! direct
Farm after 7 Itp ;hoes along with your dresses anc1have has eight white prisoners thist'eek
p.m. been in business I I. Sewell said. president of Pi Kappa Alpha. The Social Club members dons ttd: :I some Ini I> numbers. Father L>ouf from the manufacturer rather than the whole.
aear or ,
WANTEDAmbitious: man or I( *ore, write to 1122 Kirby St. Seven of these are for misde- I' and did extensive work with thralumni 35 pints of blood filling to cape Ci- said. ; salcr. where mo>t Druj; Stores do we can offer

of character education I records of the group tv the storage facilities of the Mobile I
woman | -
Palatka Fla 3tp-10 24 ireanors and one for nonsupporljThe I| I you
spending a year revamping the Unit. ,
refinement. 22 to 50, for permanent i latter prisoner is awaiting j books Friday Night Power Fresh Drugs For Less Money

position:\ Prefer person experienced :- > FOR RENT Nice large furnishel1rrom j tnal before the Circuit Court I, His This blood together with dona Failure Catches

in teaching club or i next to bath. Apply 746 I 1-ork there traded recog-' i turns; made
i Nov. 10. 1. nition' I previously, is crt-di ted I
We aJ.40 work hand and
from the hand with duc"
head Starke for.
,1 national | Dark your
church work. Must bt unemployet1 1 Grand St. .near Greyhound T\ifDepot. I{ Sewell said the daily average of I II IL to the Social Club and remains a'i I
quarters. The Gainesville and in tant contact with
chapter con> new drugs. With
of service .
now. desil otis tendering Itp i the jail runs between six and L | i credit until withdrawalare ap Stirkettfs ,
of National importance ready tc \: j jMght prisoners. '!1 of the fraternity was ranked sixth :roved by the Social Club. : fniin.J themselves ip.I. our large Prescription stock of Fresh and :New
FOR SALE Easter bulbs f in the nation during the naliona1 the dat! k for about five minuterFndav
lily :
able to fill
start training with a Marsha 1; : Drugs we are your prescriptions just
,, inch circumference $1.25 doz I :. convention this summer be- evening when the manIa'
'I per partly j doctor
Field owned enterprise: within e : DRAFT GKTS; TIIRF.K I like the orders.THIS .
wtek. and capable of earning i',, M for $4. 6 inch. 1 doz. $1.50. 50 Fire Department !j i. cause of the up-to-date alumni re j Three Bradford tion around the coiLs of an outside -

$1.000 annually. Write for Gainesville for o.25.; 7 inch. $2 per doz. 50 Answers Three Calls lations procedure ; six County men are field! in the No. 3 generator ;; IS THE REASON WHY YOU SHOULD
i I among young men called foi .
for 650. One mile out Route caught fire and stopped all elec MAKE KOCH'S DRUG DRUG
interview stating age. education. m In SeptemberThe I induction into the Army Oct. 13
100 on Keystone Road near railroad Five Women tile power about 11:15.: .
nun.ber. FieMEnterprise. i WinDrivers' STOREWe
phone according to Local Board No
\ I I Minutes later the < :ty powerplant's
tracks. Geo. W. CheshierRt. Starke Fire
Inc.. Glen H. Garr( j I I1m ,! LicensesFive Starke.
1109 N. W. 23rd Blvd. Gaines |:1 1 Box 15-B Itr \T\Iwert'ol three calls during Sep : auxiliary generator wa I carry a complete line of: Diabetic) Supplies
They are: Junior
'ember. with damages reported at I Ray Starling. <:tart d by workmen, returning (Insulin IJefrigerated:
) Surgical Supports
:i11E'.. ll-chg i Bradford County womenwere Rt. 2. William S. :: -
FOR RENT Five room apart I' Starling Starke;;; electricity to the city. ;
6.S12. SFD records show.
awarded state vehicle operator's ,. and Trusses of All Types Adjustable Crutche.
'Tenl bath heat and stovt Hosley Hawkins Jr., negro Firemen out the blaze
gas put
.i'R SALEMy home, 14 mi1eEI( Chief Carpenter said $6.500--, licenses this week by Florida Complete Line of ScholLs (Arch Supporters
Rt. 2
Newly dt coratt'd.. $45 month ; county men called quickly and without much trouble ,
south .f Starke on Highway 100 j per damage caused during the monthwas Highway Patrol examiner Ear! and Foot Relief) Hospital Needs.
6 rooms and bath. 3 bedrooms, 90?t j W. J. Studstill. Box 56S or ph )n' chiefly accounted for by the I I Gore. are: Charles] : Ernest Knight Chief W. C. Carpenter said he did |

99W. It-chp j Gainesville: Seeber Doyle .\:tand- not know how much dimage wa? II |
foot wall. Good water system \i : burning of the Night Owl. He 1
The new licensed drivers are: drews, Rt. 2. Lake Butler 1 I
r ; caused to the old generator.City KOCH DRUG STORE
large chicken house. 2 acresNice i t I. WANTED- Young lady over 1? j added the forn-er night club i? I El Wanda Roe Glis::on. 20; Nancy Elijah Viale, negro. Raiford. power plant officials thif

furnished large yard T. garage.J. ('omPlett"1 i to prepare sandwiches and help I in not inside the city limits. Owen Glisson. 23; Lois Osteer: Twenty-one other men were week had mechanics from Jack- 1 f STARKE FLA.

ly store Thursday and Saturday : Other September fires were i a Crawford, 22; Alice Jackson called for pre-induction Oct. 13, -onville working on the wiring ,

2tp-10,17'''nights.I M. D. Browning, at dance burning chair and two-room negrr Leach. 27: and Joane Pat ray. 17 according to the local Board. and ito rrachine should be back in ,

hall Rl 100. house in Reno.
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