Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 17, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Poll Shows Undecided Voters SwingingTo BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Stevenson Faster Than to Ike

Governor Stevenson is recruiting followers from the rank of "undecided" Official County Publication Established In 1879

double the rate of converts being made by Eisen- -
voters in Bradford County ILL ME >K\; NTFOUIi ST \JKI rI..omn.ntm ti (U TOilER: 17. 1 W! .V! M I MUM; till H ru "
hower. At least, that is the conclusion drawn by the second release of figuresin _ __ ____ .h___

a "continuing poll" being taken by a 9th grade civics class at Bradford High
Of Cattle

School. The Great immediate 'icinitro! express Demo Committee Importance IndustryIs Sarge Buys

results releas-
The first their presidential Stressed At Annual Barbecue Here

ed several 1 weeks ago, showAmerican Pastimeed preference. The tally was :

Stevenson with 45 per'p Stevenson 185, Eisenhowercent Darby Bldg.
of the total, Eisenhower B i./ L-
/: OPj"7' 93, undecided 32.
22 per cent and a ',-h: H When asked Will Rally HereG.

whopping 33 per time.cent still ./' 1)) vote in the last presidentialelection I.U rpF' Farms Sold

undecided at that ( /" f I 8' ," 247 persons replied i.

The latest figures released \ 1 '\ yes, and 70 no. P. Wadsworth, chairman of the Bradford ( 'uunt.\ :

by the class, however, "( To the question "are youplanning Democratic Executive Committee, announced yesterday that pp. :i. \ ral :l.t: 4:.' ilJ 1"\\ :

gave"Stevenson 60 per cent to vote in the coming he will call a meeting of the committee for 4 o'clockVdnes Moulin: the tot.il in, '.\ '

of the total, Eisenhower 30 presidential election, day afternoon, Oct. 22, in the 'courthouse.Mr. ';h
per cent, and the quota of 288 replied yes and 19!: no. Wadsworth did no: disclose V. < "t'l'eks I to more than J7 "I

"still undecideds" had been The conductedI I !.fading the list of hu\ .'
polls are the purpose of the meeting, al Green and Mrs. Mae D. Green ,
I cut to 10 per cent. under the direction of L. E. though he intimated it was fur Precinct 3, South Starke: Pau' '" ;property transactions! the l
ot the ,
I Darby building onV >-rf
In the newest phase of Olson of the junior high the purpose of considering what L. Bridges and Mrs. Nolia D : ?\\ Tall St. by Charles and \ .. :

it3 poll the civics class asked school's department of steps might be taken to aid the Middleton. 'Lt Darby 10 Ben Susiow lot i:-.

310 adults in Starke and "Talkin' Politics" social studies. party during the present cam '' Precinct. Graham: Mrs EquilL; d' titrated amount of $ll.:>onSushnv. ,

paign. He said he considered it Roberts. ,
familiarly known
possible that the committee might I 1 Precinct 5. Hampton: G P "The
Ole Sarge", '
came toJ s t i
contribute to the Democratic"cam Wadsworth and Mrs. Thos. F
_J early in World War II da\ ,

TIME TO STUDY UP ON AMENDMENTS AGAIN has paign on fund hand.from Such monies financial that au4 it Brown.Precinct 6, Theressa: A. L. Sullivan $% ,, ";; ,I i lug the .construction and invested of in 1'"iElandmg. ,

to the party has been customary and Miss Hazel Phillips. f L I ness properties along l' .1 i:

in the past, he said.! Precinct 7. New River: E A ... Since the
war he has continue.! i
The chairman of the Bradford: Sapp and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins. I 1', i : .,1 > :Minute Phi ti, by the Telegraph acquisition of i
Russell Kay impossible for the average completely and county governmentcould Committee is personally supporting Precinct 8. Brooker L. II property here }I'
By voter'l become almost i i : tnjn: \lug: the line barbecue at.h. annual cattlemen's met-t-j j chasing: the former sistri.
to know the full completely
the Stevenson-Sparkman ticket Gainey and Mrs. N. G. Ha"es.
Note-The opinions ex under control of ing/ here last \\cckere (left to right ) : .Maurice: Edwards, Jr., !i Store building (now oecupmt'otDueky'a1 .
since it will be of acts
Ed. it put special :
( pnd said that '
i i f ; if he were a member Members of the State Democratic .
pressed below are those of Mr. on the ballot in brief excerpts am:? the legislature. Nothing could bt<; of a Democratic committee Executive Committee frorr president of the ('OIliit) as-oaation. Hep. Dojlc E.: Conner, {.ongn..1mant.h'd j ) about a year ago i r
necessarily reflect I { nill Matthews t and J, \\ain\\richt.. association M-crrtary. addition of the Darby Buildup .
Kay and do not not in full.Counties. more dangeroi", for such tic j and felt that he could not support i Bradford County are R. A. Greer ) his :
I I of
the opinion of this newspaper. In ( now have authority tc I are usually passed with no consideration ': the party's nominees he would and Mrs. Lucile H. Green. holdings now pi,,
weeks before the I rather The new Eighth District's Con the lat Legislature endorsing him second only to R. A I 11 I..' -.
the remaining issue bonds for school constructior but as a legislative '
feel to resign. Members of the Second
morally obligated
tc Congres. D. R. (Billy Matthews federal meat inspection would be Green in business
intends gressman-elect. ) propem t h.
Telegraph and whenapproved to local
election the I under certain limitations courtesy legislators.This Members of the committee are: sional District Democratic Executive -
of the proposed told members of the Bradford repealed next }'('ar. i( The feeling persists Uni s
its own by a vote of the people could easily lead to county
run Precinct 1. Lawtey: L. H. Fulcrum Committee from this countyare
I County Cattlemen's Association Maurice Edwards. Jr., president ,, low must "know something ,h.
amendments.) | This amendment by-passes these government by a local clique and Mrs.! Beatrice Futch E.V Haves and Mrs RubyA I the
last week that their industryis of the county association explains future of Camp Bland .
restrictions and concentrates tre : political boss control instead of Precinct 2. North Starke L D Hayes :;
While, most newspapers have vital to the nation in balancingthe that the purpose of the justify bis continued ,
mendous powers in the hands of orderly systematic control by gen I acqiii-i-
published is full the text of the officials in Tallahassee. In making I eral state laws.Amendment food production program. oigamzation is the development 'of property here. He .leni.: she I

constitutional amendments Matthews took place at ot improved, pastnre land and the has "inside" ,
several their decision, voters should j No. 4 would authorize Bradford Does Its Bit To Name Drew speech any mionint,
be asked to passon barbecue ? stock I however
that voters will consider all aspects of the proposa' an additional Circuit Judge foi 'iii' Association's annual impiovement I lit| generallx although his JOM-MI;'!"-

election these held Oct. 9, at the Tyler buying of ,
in the general Thursday. property in seu-rtl: ,
Leon I
and not be swayed solely by the County. Maybe one is need.t1and .
were printed in type so small and plea that it will help the schools. I maybe not. The average As Party Nominee For Supreme Court Jones home near Brooker. The towns throughout the rounii-!\ I

couched In language so technica! Amendment No. 2 would add voter doesn't know and i isn't inclined event was attended by some 30C Barkley To SpeakIn early World War II dav

that the average person won't read cattlemen their wives and families matter of. record.ITarni .
three additional Supreme Court to go to the trouble to find

them and wouldn't understandthem Justices and extend the powers of out. Bradford County favoied thewinner Drew 63,000 votes to Uibhn'eCI.STO" visiting dignitaries. and cattlemen rntl'f'rtipo"II!

if he did I the in : ,from neighboring countic-. Jax Oct. 20 Leading the list of farm pi ,
Court. Here is another lengthy ,i The same situation applies tc Tuesday's pecial pn- 'i"
Take Amendment No. 1 for ex ''' I Bradford County's Reprecntalive ty transfers was the sal '
and technically involved amend" Amendments 5 and 6. These twc mary for the nomination of a Drew's name will go on the ot r

ample. It authorizes the issuanceof : ment. If adopted it would make amendments would create two new Supreme Court Justice, giving E I i November 4 ballot as the Demo- Doyle Conner, himself a tat 210-acre Brownie place we-t{
bonds for school constructionand : tleman. served as master of ceremonies Vue I'1t. IIt'nl! AihenV Baikley Starke to Dr. JV.. Brtl\\ 1111',' ,
cratic ;
l the Florida Supreme Court one of senatorial districts one for Mon Harris, Drew a total of 200 vote | nominee to replace that of '

earmarks a large but indefinite the largest in the nation in number roe and one for Bay and Washington to IIS for his opponent, Vincent I, Judge Roy H. Chapman who dies? introducing a group ot \vll: speak at I a rally to beheld 'an Indicated $17,000. Dr By.! ,,,, .

part of the state revenue | pf Justices. What we need is Counties. C. Giblin. i in office after the regular spring distinguished guests including.'i i in Jacksonville Monday afternoon lee bought out the interest ,.t h
from automobile license taxes for Senate President-designate Charley 1: brother, J. Milton Drown,' <
:, not more high salaried Justices in The vote here was extremely I primary. Drew was appointtd by Oct. 20. at 2:15 in Hemming v <
of 30 for their payment Space a single column doe? E. Johns Executive SecretaryT. sister Mrs. Earl
a period years Johnson t
but rather streamlined court Governor Fuller Warren to fu' m
i pro light, as it was elsewhere throughout -:
not permit a review of all 11 Park. The announcement
cedure for greater efficiency and the State. | the vacancy. K. McClane of the State Farm property following the death
Admitting the need for schoo'! to i' amendments that voters are being I Drew Bureau and Dr. Vickers, State wa made by William W Perry :' their mother, Mrs. Maude Brow
court was
speed action. This formerly an attorneyin
up asked With only :31 of the state'? > I
to consider in Novemberbut
construction, I don't like this Veterinarian.Also of Orlando, assistant state chair lee last week.Another .
should be done by legislative act, 1,638 precincts to be heard from j West Palm Beach and Oiblir.
business of earmarking state fund)! subject to review by the legislature I have tried to give you sonit, the unofficial tabulation gave is a Circuit Judge in Miami. scheduled as a speaker at man of the Democratic campaigr important transfer II
and the that highlights on a number of themin I Cushman Rade- a well-known
repeated attempts the barbecue was farm
every two years. not by constitu Tl e vote in Bradford County by in Florida. | place was tho'sale
are being made to get around the. this column and will try and baugh president of the Florida of the G. W. Andrews fani.
tional amendment which is cum precincts was as follows:
state constitutional limitations or cover the others and point out Assoc: tion, Perry said a luncheon will beheld .
bersome and difficult to change. 'Two Held Here i ii Drew dililip tate Cattlemen's consisting of 180 acres at NO'",

state indebtedness. The original! some additional facts on those" Lawtey 8 18 but he was prevented from attend. for the Vice President preceding -i River, to Jack E. and Clara Thorn

'. purpose of motor vehicle taxation.i Amendment No. 3 is another already covered between now and!i I I> Starke 65 35 I ing by an accident in which hii i i the park rally. From Jack. as Hazen for $10,500. Mr. Hazen,

was" for the .construction- of high- : It&d dllly_ that S is drallti.loaded"" I with Lch4ngttCt dynamite. : .the election. ::00 B & R Charge \:N.,:-tarkl'.:; 47 :2S! ; son was injured. ||I sonvillvBarkley will go on to Orlando 'j a well-known former BHS athlet.is .-

f \"111'iZ(. .'. L4oj.tilng; U11t ; present constitution relating tc -AH i'Jr as"can see, these amendments Graham 24 1 Rep. Sam Saunders of Clay for a speaking date there : the son of the late Ralph Ha
tax money taken from the motoristto for the most part contaira Hampton 22 9 I County and B. J. Alderman of zen of Brooker and is at present
county government. Under the He will
other purposes it means that present constitutional provisions lot of dynamite and there I.- Charles Rittenhouse of Cincin- Theressa 11 7 Putnam County, a director of thState speak in behalf of the attending the University of Flonla .

our road building program wit! more to be said against than foi Association told the group Democratic nominees for President Last summer he played >
New River S 1 pr-
we have a uniform system of atti. Ohio and Ralph Steele ofDluefield
suffer. While these funds do not them. Get the full text of each t that believed a law passed by and \'Wf' President (Continued on
county government which is sub. Brooker 1" 19 they page ten )
of them W. Va., are being;: held
go for roads but are turned inte and read the "fine print. :
ject to change only constitu1 .
the State General Revenue Fund. by If it makes sense and yo: here for trial at the fall terra of

it seems to ma that if we are I 1 I tional amendment or under the : UNDERSTAND it and favor it. circuit court on charges of breaking -
'1 I provisions of general state laws
going to earmark them for any. vote accordingly. But if it's. al1i '1 Tornadoes Face Formidable FoeMeet
except in some minor situations and entering and! grand lar I
thing it certainly should be for i Greek to you as it is to most
roads. I in which special acts are permitted. folks, then I would say thlt'ot ceny. Also held as an accessoris :/

This particular amendment I if Under the far-reaching provisions ing for these amendments, dowr. Mrs. Lucie Crutchficld. of Bluei -

extremely long and technically of Amendment 3 most of the line, would be like signing a!i I field, mother-in-law of Steele and vatl 1 yd. loss. Jackson
( aroun i
worded and would be virtually these restrictions are abolished blank check. herself the mother of seven .chil New Smyrna At Park Tonight;; end for 5 yds. Norman pass I >

dren. complete for 8 >d< J'r

The men are accused of hi Baking vatt through line for 2 yds N..
Well/ Known Educators
Explain into F R. CarradineV new Lost Last Friday to PKY 206New man's pass to McGee broken. 'no

I h\ I Dell. E. Teston 7 yds. Pt
place of business. a short distance v.i't:! f ,
runs loin formation
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NIXON STEVENSON FUNDSIn Sm ..rna's R' d I ;and WhiteBairacuda punt r -
south of La'vtey-on U. S 301. and, the II 1and 1st down on P !K svif
will tangle with 5 d Parnsh's t.Swilley t..
making off with between $jO and Tornadoes at Bradford > penalty. pas.t. "' line E. Teston 3 yds Nr;,
incompleteDrIl kn' hs .,
an analysis recently made senator's fund by a small number that aught but service to the pub. $100 worth of merchandise. The Park. This will b'the -1th conference ni."i" pass incomplete to :Mi ;.
from 49 to Thona
own yd. :
stripe f I-' \ ,itt 2 dx Thomas
public 23 professors at Columbia of men whose identity he la was responsible for the unexpeeled theft occurred Sept. 30 foe for the Tornadoes who on his 10. who returns to 2B .1 1 1un "for 6> on tit .r. ,

University, New Yoik City, con :, knew for his 'political expenses.' unsolicited, and qUite im1 have won one within the confficnce yds and a 1st .j I.
Deputy Sheriff Cecil Sewell said! '. Prevail off tackle for I I'1 I 01 I' K 17 ,,,
the 'Nixon fund" and the "In Illinois 1 yd. lint' .lak;
trasted money was paid bya personal gift'The and dropped two. New
that the entered Carradme's\ yds. Thomas loses 6 yds. on ierse. >.n'
men 'ugh middle 1 I'M '
yd ,,
Stevenson fund", stating that large body of anonymous don statement remaiked that Smyrna beat Jacksonville! Tech: Jackson fumbled and \
\ i i'
Sen. Richard M. Nixon the Uej j I ors into the party campaign fund Gov. Adlai E. Stevenson explained place of business aft"iit had been and lost to Cocoa. Ketterlinu covered for a 2 yd. loss. N": I 3rd quartet ends)I.f
\f trtin .
publican nominee for Vice Fres- ;. whence it was dish ibutpd by the ': that he resorted to it ont.aftt'r .\ closed for the night. They gained end Winter Paik. Pete Moman, man's to McGee good foi I Uydi. : on quarterba. -m i
pass 'I I
vicious ir Governor to meritoriourstate entrance through breaking out a yd. and a 1st down 'on r i 1.
ideut "set a example | specially fruitlessly exploring the formerly at Palatka coaches the Prevatt kickfrom own 4<(
7 \d I line.
his acceptance and use of ar j employees as a reward for possibility of gelling adequatepay side \dndoAfter loading their Barracudas. who will operate out Prevail fumbli .t' i if
to Parrish who was nailed la-
on : f
$18,000 fund from wealthy post- :, public service. from the state or a private car ( which incidentally had been of the T system along with the 21 line. fumbled andiccovered !K recovers on own 9 vd 1 InHiiMlI

campaign contributors. :j "In California. Mr !Nixon's personal foundation. stolen by Rittenhouse in Ohio I the double wing formation. Last epa- yd. Swilley \ 3 yds Merchant t thi.* i ii'
I for 2 yd. loss SAI iiI !
a Alvarez for ,
3 yd. loss I h-l'' -
threesome for Silver
The professors including some knowledge of the mer i The statement was issued at a departed son, the Tornadoes whipped the ,
le middle for 3 yds. I il-t .
> up !I'fell
of Columbia's best-known faculty whose pecuniary assistance pro- I press conference held by two of Springs where they stopped to visitors 14-0. who have 10 lettermen ends kicking from own 1

members signed a statement in moted his political fortune I the signers Prof. Allan Nevinrt spend some time on hand from last year's quarter )I.l'al'rli1h's u 41 Thomas on 50 returns to I I' K
pass to Swilley mn :W: vl line. .. ",
which the Stevenson fund war opened the way to a sense oi: and Richard Morris. While there they attracted attention eleven. Clipping pen
and the t i when one of the men attempted I plelo. Dell kicks from own 22 tn BUS, brings ball back t., 'wn'I t
"briefly dismissed" obligation to private inleresls."In Professor Nevin said It war Wayne Douglas fullback, is still1 '
Thoni'Js. on hi42, returning <> d! line. ...
: Prevail 55
Nixon fund denoun'ed at length. Illinois, on the contary issued "as a point of public mori to sell a box of cigars for suffering from a bad ankle, and yds. foi -
P. K 4*. Jackson Ja K
no .
.s gain P.tray' kick ,
between Senator the $1 and the proposed purchnsernotic..d no good s.r
"The distinction tate employees had no per i als. Bobby Crews will probably missaction '
theiiear l03.d dith son gains 2 yds. Norman aioim Nixon's fund and Governor sonal knowledge whatever of the Amonthe:;: other signers weie tonight on account of a bad
Stevenson's fund i is clear." aic' source of their supplementary Profs Mark Van Doren. Irwir merchandise. Marion County of- knee.P. end for 2 yds. Prevail kicking \aJno.t:: : | Konjii: ,Ii! I to Markham on own i it 1-> < .
from P. K. 39 yd. line to S vili. t thus' 1 ,
Kd TVtonI yd. Murphree 4 !1',1'
ficers : yd
the statement "In California compensation: no senSe of obligation Edman. Henry Sleele Commager began calling neighboring
Wave handed
K Yonge's Blue on 10 yd. line. Moore up midd! I Bt'lII\\ i.:MI 5 yds 3 -
had \. IIutchcMinr Murphree
counties to see if thefts yd-
money was paid directly into the to anyone; and no feeling and Lionel Trilling any
the Tornadoes a 20-6 defeat last for 2 Moore 50 to BHS: "
occurred in this area recently, and! yds. yds. t 1st down P"': ;::am, <. '
Friday niht The slick working 39 line tackted ThoiiasHanell I .
when they t'a11hl'rt'\ they were yd. by b.it f'i. I" : 0\"' I' :
Hear Elks To Aid Fund New
Rotarians Director advised of the Carradine loss. passes of Bernie Parnsh to back 1 yd. Parrish 7 yds M"-i- i f.: '" BuS ',1, .." I 1''v8tl, 1

BHS Principal With Benefit PartyThe Named For State Sheriff P. D. Reddish and Sewell Harry Swilley spelled the difference chant no gain Mom' loses 1 '\d I XI.llnl, ', ,'I ftt! ., "

in the t.vo elevens Ed Pre- and ball goes nv,.: PalS on, 'I.. I' j J
went to Ocala last Saturday and : I'd-S goes
Discuss Schools local Elks Lodge is sponsoring ; Farm MarketsL. brought the three "tourists" back vatt. Tornado work horse, kept do1on their II' '; ..'. 1 J' "'vat! TIL% \ .'t k ,It) tl' 1' ,

the home team from being blanked ] 1 .. .
loses 8 tiier. : -s ,
a Hallowe'en dance and mar- here to await trial. The stolencar yd ;a" '1 '1'1" J BIL-z: I
A discussion! of the modern aim H. Lewis of Jacksonville ha when thru the 3rd .
? -
querade party at the Pelican Clut is being held at Ocala for return halfway perIOd yd. Kii k'''u.'. :ru'Ill n \ !,v ; ;Iall .: I '"
of education to.make good citizen been named director of Florida he broke thru the P. K. line v ,
1" '
to Parrish on ir.\i" .. '
Oct 30, to its owner. ; I-- LII! t :J"
Thursday night. beginning ,
out of boys aud girls instead of State :Markets to ucceed the late and raced 55 yds. for a touchdown. BHS 45 yd lin. )1-'.:......11 o ;. .i: I Ii j'" .
placing over-empha on scholarship at 9 o'clock. Proceeds wi'1 William L. Wilson. The story goes that after Ritten P K. tallied in the 2nd quart .
Marshal; n.i gam Pan l -h" ; : d t TI.i I"
was given at the Rotary go for the benefit of the Elkf Commissioner of Agriculture Nathan house. who has a lengthly criminal on a 30 yd. pass from l'arri>h to intercepted by Norman on CK,7 : -.i j 1 I- '

Club Wednesday by C. S partin. Crippled Children's Fund.It Mao announced the appoint. recoid. stole the car he headed Swilley and 2 plays later. lineman yd. line Normans p.i-- '' '1' tn, I,
; "
s-upervising principal of BHS. ment for the State for Florida and struck up an .
is announced that those whc Agricultura' Ed Johns defected Glen Norman'.s Teston no good. Hall :2 y.1. I'1 I d h t

artin said that most school? come in costume may win a prize Marketing Board which is composed acquaintance with Steele in West attempted pass and raced 25 yds. 4 yds. Offsides ponalt- r f :HrefoscJ. I'' I '; I

today attempt to give the student winch will be awarded to the best of :Mayo. Gov. Fuller Warren Virginia and persuaded him to for another touchdown. The 3rd Prevail KM. K.-.. :'; ,' :ziiis 1"11 i It \'. I

of limited ability "all he can get", costumed couple. There will be ar and Commissioner Neil' Steele's come along. Before they left P. K. score came in the 3rd quarter own 41 to Dell on 2:, r.-tu'i.-' f'll itIlW.si'1 tll'! f.' '

rather than to flunk him out in amateur contest for persons with Rhodes of the State Marketing would make mother-in-law decided she set up by a 37 yd. pass from own 40. Marshall SIP t <"- :'(1 :- .:, I" ,' ,' r', I ;.1 I.. .
the also.
the sixth or seventh grade and: talent. Those who wish to .compete Bureau. trip Parrish to Swilley. to bIllS 30. Parrish's pa-< 1.. S-A.:'1. 1 "
throw him out into the world unprepared for prizes in these contesl Lewis has been connected with Crutchfield told officers for tOUt hd,,'An I. .. ::-
l-y I'Jay ley good !
to take his in contact the the Marketing Bureau for more that the men had pulled two other B
place may Treasurer of the Squad Swamps
Aaron Hutchinsonand Score P K 6-BH.c -
Co-captains kick no good. I....
society Elks, Box 4S6. Stark Fla. before than 22 years and has written text breaking and entering jobs on the ."
Ed Teston met Co-captains 0. Parrish kicking oft to Prevailon -
Oct. 25. books on beef cattle and hog raising trip down but her story has not
staling the nature of their -
The speaker: also reviewed the been Verified Arthur Godwin and Alvin! Moorein own 20. returns to 33 Nor

great improvements in the physical act and giving name and address center of field P. K. won the man's attempted pass defect-1 r \TISTIO Fletcher 34-0

plant at BUS that have been He took over Wilson's office
toss and elected to receive. Zack and caught by Edwin Johns

made in the past several )'ears. Owner Of New Court at Wintei' Haven Oct 15 Mills Opens New Crawford kicked off to P. K. on goes 25 for touchdown. Marshall 1st down.t BHPKV 10; H Th.- BH Tornadi H .-' .

Partin was introduced by A J Pleased With their :;0. ball fumbled and Glen kick igood.. P. K 13-BHS 0. Passes 9 6 laid it on Fletcher's B 'i.Irf. k- .-

Thomas Jr who had charge of OpeningThis Realty TransfersThe Grocery Market Norman recovered on P. K. 29 yd. : Parrish kicks too short to Crawford Passes complete 4 3 ville Beach i to the tune of 3t ''i

the program. ,, city's newest motor court line. Jatltson off tackle for 4 yds. on own 45, returns 3 yds. Passes intercepted 1 1 a one-sided game at Bradford P' -

Mills Food Market Prevatt 1 yd., Jackson 3 yds., and Norman's pass! to Thomas good Tuesday night.
the Starke 301 Court, opened Wednesday following real estate Iran- opened fur Fumble 2 2

Dr. Hamilton Back I and "ployed to a full house"Wednesday fers have been announced by the business in the former Darby Prevail 1rd.: Ball goes over to for 8 yds (Half* Fumbles lost 1 1Penalties The Bradford B's did their h--1

P. K. on downs on their 0'.1.120.. Parrish kicks off to start 3rd lest the 3rd and 4'
scoring in
building on West Call St. thU 45 35
night, owner Chester local E. A. Strout Agency: Edgar
In Office Here i H Bagley stated. j Glisson of Stark'e to Guy Cheadle week. Godwin through middle of Brad- quarter to Thomas on the 15 who. Punts i ave t 31 35 !. quarters, the tally at th. '.a'-

Owner and Harold ford line for 4 yds Moore S )'d3. returns it 10 yds. to the 25 15 yd. being 110.Jimmie .

Dr. R. D. Hamilton U back in The attractive new court, locat"\\ of Summerset Ohio 1 1.2 acres :< Mills is well known manager here. having and a 1st do1S'.1.il1e}' 1 yd. penalty on BHS for holding brings down on BHS 11 yd. line. Parrish' Reddish scoredtouchdowns t'e.-
the ed about a mile north of \ and home on old Green Cove :
city and has
resumed hi! I been previously a of one' Parnsh's pass complete to S-vil-:' ball back and Prevail kicks out pass to S'"illey incomplete. 5 yd. for BUS, and P'"

regular office hours after beingI Highway 301, has ten units. I Springs Starke to road.P. W.Robert Tatum Weaver of: of the chain groceries manager in Starke. :, ley for S yds. and a 1st down of bounds from own 42 to P. K. penalty on BUS puts 'ball on BUS!I!! Bowers and Bobby Joe Hall fame

called out of the state in arj i' Mr. Bagley expressed hinwelf as Creek. Ala., 30 of Bear He was also formerly in the grocery -: Parrish thrown for a 3 yd. IDSJ. 25. Parnsh's pass to Swilley com- 6 yd. line. SwilJey! over for score.Marshalls :|!: through with one each. Ronald
I acre farm
emergency, necessitating hia being'sway I being well pleased with the first 5 Marshall 27 Marshall 2 kick ScoreP.
Lawtey. Lester Slade of business in Green Cove;, Swilley yds.; through ptt. for yds. yds. i is good. Patray kicked four extra points
for several weeks. His of day's patronage from the motor. .Hampton Springs.Mr. middle of line for 2 yds (Penaltyof through line. Parrish around end K. 20-BHS 0 The B Squad will journey "
to W. J. Underwood of '
fire is located in the Hembree ing public and hopes business will ; Mills and family make their: 5 yds. on P. K. nullifies gain). for 6 yds. and 1st down. Mar' Parrish kicks off to V. Testonon Palatka next Tuesday night for an
boro. Ga. IS-acre farm
building. at Hampton .
j I continue good. I Ii i Lake. ;i I home on N. Water St Swilley 7 :yds! and BUS draws a shall 12 yds and another 1st 30. returns to 43 yd. !lin" Pre- encounter with the Miroon BMv

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rnnui. uiroitni! n. ir! ,.,!
Range Three West, in 'I -
Temple'? the West 132 feet
of Northwest
the weekend o'clock
with hi> parents Mr Mills Subdivision noon on 'aloud:>\; u '."
L. MATTHEWS EOITOR PUBLISHER ind Mrs J W. McRae His broth in Section :21Township Quarter of said Block Six Souti' :'7. ISC.'.' to the h-i"!:,-
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.>r John E. Y.\,8.\1. US. XU'tt El South Rangy -- of Range ThroeVt -!I'U' f\ I l.li" t.. .r < i"h
1st ;Kp pi lt rt. ''rI'd) .;- i-i: Hrld1'.1'd. Count\1n; : .. ,. .
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION -- MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION bv 16trianornlan': bplane Monday for Sar r,'''I' l 1H: ,:x t' .1 I ,_,- 1_ I : .. .r s.s :. tp,' 'm .: : i. i j" (..;I. |. N : t.

Francisco after a short leave w.tl: c'rtt: ':'t ;..'! : .. ,, :, 'j i; ,.. ,. l' \ \
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALlit the family. 't C : H"ii: i"\ v > ., .
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GOVERNOR STEVENSON'S FLORIDA VISIT and Mr- Harvey Edward Mrs V. A. Browning ant11'! .

and family of Jacksoll'ille'Isit t.!, and Mrs. Nathan Tillis Wt'rt''Islt ..k1 ---- !Eo"i, ; i'c'. ,._, __" _.
.' .
relatives here Sunday. ing their cousin Leonard Fowleii -- Y ':ito. -.>

It Had Far-Reaching Ramifications And SignificanceGovernor f F. \\'. Johnson of Quincy visited'i i at Brooker who suffered tu" 4

: the Ancil Normans Saturday morn- I! strokes and is very sick. I Annual Produce Festival 4

Stevenson's triumphal appear- and Miami at tong} last touched off the i ing. I' We are glad to have Mr>.

ancta in Miami and Tampa last weekend enthusiasm that bolstered many a "wan'r-j Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rosier and Percy Osteen back with us at ... 4 4
I .
were significant in more ways' than one. ing" Democrat and has inspired the "always i( family of Ocala visited relative? church after being ill and a .. ..4
bestir themselves and l show !, Suactivity patient at the Glendale hospital -
The proved that : loyal" to some j I I i Palatka. : 4 4
on behalf of the party in its time of :Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Cartefen1teitamed ... 4
I I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mynck anc1 -4
1. The American man and woman-in-the- need. i members of the churct ..
Mrs. Sue \IYl'ick of Lake 4
than the Kepub- i Thursday night with | Geneva : 4
street are more Intelligent I a farewell! ;
j were visiting in Jacksonville. <4
iran leaderRP/ | them credit for being. We were told in Tampa by those who are j suresponsible for Rev. and Mrs. S. L. |' day' .... .4...

2. Governor Stevenson campaign is unquestionably for running the campaign on the Watson.Ir.. Watson has acceptedi c r

catching on and i is apparently state lex'el that the crying need right now is i ia (church in Georgia.Rev. 1 Mr. and Mrs. James C. Crosby :>: C I

timed |M-rfeetly to capitalize! on that all-Im- for funds, not only to carry on the campaign Ham- Wilson of Miami i and little son have returned home i.... :1 4 4

portant final 1 quarter "ground swell" that has nationally, but also" ithin the !!tat... This l> i! took and he charge of the services Sunday after spending a while with Mrs i.... 4 4
and Mrs. Wilson
swept more than one candidate into office certainly borne out by writers who ha\e contrasted were dinner Crosby's parents, Mr. and Mrs i..
guests of Mr. and! Mrs. Bill .. 4
after a slow start. the latish Eisenhower entourage with Barry I woe t rOR
They spent Sunday night .
3. The Democratic nominee, starting from the comparatively small. party' accompanying with the R. L. Morgans.Mrs. .

scratch, has proven that he can project hi-, Governor Stevenson on his "speaking! lour N'u.successful Ted Shultz of Jacksonville \11'fl'I: or IMIVIIO\ in t: W/////?" lll .4

identity and personality to the masses and is ." campaign/ can be run without visited her mother. Mrs. Deloref iunisi: 'iu: rirniioi. \ "tl: I > Quantity Rights Reserved 4

now attracting crowds that are the equal or funds, and if the need i I. for lIIon" ', then Carmichael. last weekend. un.r"IKIII'd.Nutlet-iherrbr under given the! that .11.' Frii, ( .nod Thru Sa iI h 3
even, In "some, instances ("xCt"1't1 those drawn by those of us who l believe in the Democratic | The Heilbronn school will hold of Chapter 20!':;;n: Lain ..f 1'1'I'Fir ..1 I I '

General Eisenhower who had the great advantage Party and who want to see I it continue its ;, its regular monthly meeting !: Clerk Acts of of 1941! the, wilt Clrotiit( rpli curt=ti'r with in .i-..' : I 152 Call Street .

of being a world-famous..figure to usefulness must get out and rais the funds Thursday night. Oct. 16, at 7:30.: for is/adford County, State of FL i
All and friends da, III'on| receipt of proof of I puhl I Itin' ,
parents are in
that needed. We that the Bradford
are hope i I
with. ffi of thi notice, ,
begin the futitn/ '"i- :
County Democratic Execiithe Cominittewill vitedTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTf. ,name ..f Dixie Motor 'IIlIrt, m.dt! I I t Slarke Florida 3
4. And last but not least those timorousDemocratic v.'hii'h I am engaged in l hll"in" "s nNoith > ,
office holders! and nominee in niet as soon as possible and erbaps, make | Temple Ave. tark... Kl.i

some contribution in a financial way as has ] lt"l'rt \\'. acid Erma Mf IXKolo -'r. > "' -."-'- ; .......,.,,..,
Florida who hoped to ride out this! campaign 'j' owners. 702-706 North T..mpl- 1.1)rh"' ''''= = .. c.r 1'.cu --
been customary in the past A\e, Starke, Fla. "ZY'1!" -T. 4I
astride the well-known fence are getting their PINE J LEVEL' I.itiiJ this 24th day of S...pteml...r : : RED HOT U. S. No. 1 WhitePOTAT 4
come-iippanre. They're gonna !III' sorree- Al l'-.L'. at Stark.-, Ira.lf.rj': t,
win, lose, or draw. And now, let's turn to the fourth point of Count\ Floinla. -4i
b>' Mrs. II. M.: McJlaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. '.' ai I 4t i 1" I 17 t Lbs
:significance we mentioned in connection with 0 E S 1 10

the Stevenson's visit to Florida. If those of our 4 9C ,
We had the pleasure of attending {! In The Circuit Court Of The
party who are holding office and who have
Stevenson speaking in Tampa. The Florida HI'E.. Hall filled his :
Kightli Judicial Circuit
been sitting on their hands while others ul.tr reg-'j / Of) Thestate .._.. .. ."t...,... ,_. ,,,,, .
wasn't Pine .
the crowd at -
Times-Union large appointment .
says a ((whose responsibility was centainly less Of riorid.1, In And For ;1j. '; _.,.n.. ', y.-+F--.. Jt _- 1 ".' I p
as Ike drew in Tampa, but the Tampa Tribune Baptist Church Sunday moming; Bradford ('aunty; In Chanecrj. "

says.it was larger. It. is a matter of great. were left to carry the ball) did not I![I with a large attendance at Sunday K. T. Crews, Plaintiff. vs. \\'. (' : Jonathan .4

opinion of course, for no actual count was see the handwriting on the wall in what school and the church service I McCord and his wife Vera EsteilcMcCord > Golden Ripe ;

happened at Tampa, they'd better get their ; Ht'T.. C. House of Fort Worth I DefendantsXOTICK .
made at either gathering. Anyway, it was a '
ears a little closer: to the ground, if they expert f: Texas and Gainesville brought the or SU.F.
big crowd it was an enthusiastic crowd I t A P P L E S
and it was a solidly Democratic crowd. !' to retain their positions of prominence j i evening message. j TAKE NOTICE that the undersigned BANANASotI

As the Tampa newspaper observed there in: the party. I I'c' t Mr. and Mrs H. C. Taylor of r Special Master, pursuant tc

II LaCrosse were dinner guests of Mr and in accordance with the Fina!
were no "curiosity seekers" in the bunch, I
\\ do not like to hear anyone booed at a and Mrs. H. II. Lewis Sunday Decree rendered in the above entitled .

such as swelled the numbers when Eisenhower public gathering.: No lIIattC"rho the person I also two of Mrs. Lewises brothers cause will sell at public sale Lbs Lbs
spoke there. The 8,000 cheering II. G. and H. P. Fouts the 5 49C 3
is or how unpopular he is |M-rson.ill) or his I of Lakeland. :| following property, to-wit: I i 19C
Floridians who turned out to hear Stevenson :\11'. and Mrs. Eston Brown of The North Quarter
of the
view l Hut there
may e. was deep .1 nil c'I j R'cstp.
-in Tampa were'there for but one purpose i Sampson City and Mr. and Mrs I Half of Block Six South of
ance, nevertheless, in the fact that enaurGeorge I '4C
they were Democrats and had come out Smalhc"I'oa" j I J. E. Sapp and son, Wayne ofI r Range Two West and the .... .,....'_.. .. .., .._..
booed I ,
to hear and "size up" the man their roundly by |Heilbronn were dinner guests of North Quarter of the East Half -. '- '., n ,_, ? .iJ\< _,-;:-' ..-'!' j

party had picked to run for President.At crowd when introduced, among the dignitaries i Mon r. and Mrs B M McRae Sun of Block Six South of Range
the .Stevenson pia tr orlll. day. Fancy Green Top bunches
:Miami the'storY was much the :same. I Three West and the Northwest CAR ROT S 1 19C
The Miami Daily News which, incidentally, returnetc! Quarter of Block Six South of i 4
Smathers. who early in the campaign said I J
appeared Sunday with a strong editorial en-
he would actively campaign for the Stevenson
dorsing Stevenson said the crowd in Cay- : Calif. CrispASCAL 4
ticket later backtracked when this 4
front Park Saturday morning was the largest I p.p. 4
proposed activity apparently met with disapproval
ever to attend an outdoor political gather- : Stalk
of some of the folks who ,
ing in that city. supported I i: CELERY E L E 19C -
him in his successful campaign against i|, Public Officials 4

Claude Pepper. Then on the eve of the Governor I .
This aina/injj impetus to the Stc\ -nsoncampaign 4

has Ix-en noted not only In Florida Florida visit, Smothers announced' Can Only.Spend : RUSO Sliced Sweetened FrozenSTRAWBERRIES -44
that he would introduce the Democratic ,
nominee -
but e\erywhere the candidate has appeared 4
only if he were permitted to state that he I i
in the week One northern Cans 4 '
past or so. -pub- I >
did not agree with him on certain i issues, > S I E 5 99C ;
newspaper (which i is supporting Ki: i'nhow'er I I 4
such as Federal control of tidelands oils and
A public official 4
but Mill retains its Integrity by reporting \ can not produce and : :.
minerals. Civil Rights, and the abolishment''
: developments. in its news column a'they thereby add to the wealth of those he I : 3
of the filibuster.The E: LIBBY or DUNCAN MINES Frozen
ARE and not as the paper wishes them serves. He can spend only the fruits of :

to be) remarks that "\t last the campaign booing the Senator got the efforts of other individuals. Cans
was evidently :
(Stevenson's) is beginning to produce steady v : ORANGE JUICE 7
the crowd's manner of indicating its 99C
crowds day after day, state after stale, city proval of his lukewarm attitude in this di..al'I I Those same public officials composing ; :. '

after city. The Stevenson adviser are p persuaded government can preserve the right of the f 4
paign, and indication
an that they thoughthe .
that they are experiencing: no rta..h.InIh..pan could I individual to consume what he has produced i -- 4
hIIIt'rfnrnwd the introducing
| courtesy of :
flare of public interest, but that : Governor Stevenson without compromising or deny him that right. Govern : MAXWELL HOUSE VAC PAC 4

finally the Image of Adlai{ Stevenson built hint,,clf. At any rate they booed I ment can protect or destroy the institution : Lb Can 4 4
slowly anu' \\ith some difficulty, has come
"sharply into focus in the public consciouness << *- and on the other hand they cheercit to the of private property. THERE IS NO MIDDLE I : COFFEE F 79C 4 4

echo outs]>okeii! Claude I'c.i'pt"r who isn't a I ROAD.. i 4
and that public attention has becomegalvanised.
candidate (us jet ) but who ii is nh\ass in there I .. ..4
"The crowds started to show" themselves in pitching when he thinks! he can swing a vote I -- :. .' -- ':>!:- '' :"'-'!:;: :=1. : ". 4

Madison and .Milwaukee, \Viv, where he clearly to the -inocraiii: *1'arlj.* It Is the Duty of the Voter to Elect to Office IE RA TH'S Black Hawk DONALD DUCK 4

I outdrew, opponent I Men Who Are Determined to Preserve Individual
And one last observation : We regret in away :
"The accumulating crowds are stimulating that Governor Stevenson didn't Freedom and Opportunity!. ..
the local l Ih'iiiM'ratic organi/ations to harder to Jacksonville because we feel that Jacksonville E LUNCHEON MEAT SALAD

work and the (oral organization, are stimulating needed him. probaLly worse than (either i. DRESSING 4
the faithful to .
help get out the crowd Tampa] or :Miami. We harlllthink that Jacksonville Use Your Bank Champion of Your Liberties. 4
It works. both tray s and it appears to he IK-- .. ..
deserved: a visit however after the .. 4
ginning: to work for the (;II\I'rnur. These 4
factors together help draw' needed contri- deplorable| manner in which Senator Spat k- .. 12 Oz Can Quart Jar 4
man'lppl'aranCl' there was handled by 37C 4
INSI'P4, ,
billions into the t'amJlliJ11| > coffers and on all .so-called 4t ; 4
: Democratic National (Commit Iceman .
organisation scores the .Stevenson (teoplc see .. FLORIDA BANK at STARKEHlember p. 44
Richard I). Darker.; .. -
things looking .4
: up. r i ... ._ . 4
This gentleman i is a past state president ... ".'. '.. ,---1.. -. .m t "-"jtr..,..- .;'..r:; .
"The political 'e / *loiida Ilaiionat ( -
strategists in the Stevenson and aNo a national: officer of the real estateurguniation jroun ..

high command avow that their campaign i irunning is that is mad at the Democratic tMeES ... Emulsorized 4 4

as planned, except they feel that; ratty because the administration is tr.ving; to .. 4

the ascendant line of Stevenson interest and j make it |H>ssihle for the common man to ha\ .... S NOW 0 RIF 3 Lb Can 19C 4 4
popularity i is coming about .. 4
a week ahead of a d -cctit roof over his head bv_ IIl1'an..t 4

schedule. They figured it would be at 1 least fedcraliV-linanced f. 4
housing.: Man.v of the r< al) .
mid-Octuber before Governor Stevensoncould estate people| d,;n'( like federal housing: haiise ... ... 4
begin to .. Stokely Sliced or HalvesPEACH
counterbalance Eisenhower'sgreat : / they"rc" afraid if too many people haa \. .. 3

military popularity and, catch thi-' nice, modern home of their 0\\n. the real t fq ... No. 2 l/z Can
public imagination.
estate men won't be able to rent or sill am .p.. E S l1C

and cteryIhing the) have on the list at pro .. 44
"Thej also bt lice that one \ery important of their ..
own choosing. :Mr. Barker u]>par<"mIy .
point or their strategy; h.is |M-en ..rf"t'lh.. and 4
I ii is in this disgruntled uroup. E Stokely Fruit
i is pacing: ilhidends. Th.. note that General

Eisenhower: first ought to consolidate the Kcpublicaii When Senator EI. No. 303 Can ]
Sparkman the vice; !jn
urgani/aiion./ C 0 C KTA 23C
nuking: Iii 11t'II'c'| Wilksenator dential nominee of the party that ttrh! I

: Robert: A. T.ilt. taking in the .!coon teas at least
morally obligated "
to :>up.i] J +ft'b r
and the .
united) the JOP McCarthys and showing bow came to 'Jacksonville, the citizens ot' : I !. .. ].'=--=.L '..Ci'.JIiLJ.}. :hF.iZ.:: __ =_..._____ 1.4 ,r7 l
organi/ation: is.i Then as .ryti E9 r .
town (even loyal Democrats) ;
the S|riiigfiel l team it apparent I HOTTEST PRICE IN YEARS '
sees (Jeneral I Eisenhower : left p.p.
arrangements for the meeting up t.. 4
tried to reach out for the indc|>cnccntote Darker and another Hoover-Dixie-EiM'h-! .... Tenderpride Top Quality Skinless 4
and i is ..
"Vow on their .;.M,". tlu> insist lint (.n\'t"r- all crat.the:Mr. Wax-bright.and These gentlemen IHK; CHECK/ these advantages of p.Y' Ill Lb
energy enthusiasm: into the I
nor preparations ENERS S 39Cr
planned it just tl>e opposite. that a condemned man might put ..

ll. ,sought. iiis! to establish hi. independent andmak into his march to the electric chair. And SO'L..C MEK! Jr ,. .
appeal to the _
independent voter. 11? the Jacksonville .. .
nt'\\-p: lpt.'rglt'l'fully "co '
'' -
made his campaign headquarters in Spring operated." of course, by making their readers .. '.> &! '; -..... .< _:_:;' '- ".!.r--/... .Qj'l, :-t.l'_ : _r. g

man field as not liairm.ui Washington tlf the: he Dfimx-ratir appointed National his own find search through the classified ad section for i5. t-ttaoc streets E Fla. or Ga. Shipped U. S. "Good" SirloinSTEA 4
mention of the
any Sparkman meet 4
Committtv It was t thus not until he nudehis ing. (A slight Grade "A" 4
l exaggeration: of course: ECONOMY ment with soil-cement. oil- :

>est cas to the independentoters did but you get the general i idea). Consequent- Soil- ment is cement streets i on he built : Dressed
Governor pavement and Drawn
!Stevenson trouble himself with tin S I E K I
ly Sparkman had and used under wide
ivinoratio organization: whit h. be now feels,
and the fact of conditions.
that weather Whole
I.. falling in took these insults in 90 per cent of the requiredmaterial range .. Pan Ready
behind him
the stride is a tribute to his: stature as a man. I is usually local soil

gathering: momentum* of his campaign. Of (course we don't know that these hap I already on the street ((2 > it is DURABILITY i: Lb JAC Rich! Red! Lb

penings had anything to do and fast build. Economy FRYERS
with Steven easy to The durability of soil-cement 79C

what Certainly has this analysis seems to be just son's by-passing Jacksonville but if they is important to taxpayers. for local streets has been :p.p.

happened in Florida. With a few did who could blame him?' After all. his pro ed by)ears all-weather :

exceptions we do not believe that General time is very valuable at this stage of the' ADAPTABILITY service at low-maintenance .. .- .. ... ,.. ,
Eisenhower made any new converts on his game. Why waste it on a city where h e Whether your local street is expense. Thousands of miles : 'P n .iIi'_ ._ -. ", __ '_, .-_ __ __, -_ -- ,_-'_ _-,''

speaking tour of Florida. The ones who are 'might not be accorded even the civilities demanded sow dirt graxel or stone, it of dependable soil-cement :
for him now were for him then and for be transformed into .
were by common decency can pavement are now in use .
him before he even came to Florida. We do We are }happy tat) sje. however that since : strong, !long-lasting pave throughout I'nited States. Colored Quarters

not believe that he swung any con iderablenumber Stevenson's visit to the Lb.fit.
state the
tare.of indt'pendent'oter on hid appearances of Ducal County have at lagging'Democrats last PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION- [ MARGA 1 CC I

aroused themselves: and have taken the campaign 507 Mortgage Guarantee Bldg., Atlanta 3, Georgia
On the other hand, it appears that Governor ;- organization over from the Barker- A national organization to improve end intend the uies of pon'and! cement tend

Stevenson's Saturday rallies in Tampa Waybright axis. Concrete through scientific, research and engineering fie'd; ; work .
It \\ as bout time. I:- :. -. .> m' '' --4
t l -- -- . :-ii..X'cA:T.'R ; :;:_,

OCTOBER 17,_1952

1 I 1
TTTTVTTTTTfTTfTVVTTTTTT Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Williamsonand TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT ; daughter sang two songs for u: 1 do have our sympathy m this soi What Price Glory' ("onnne CaKft i'i i the "

YTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.I children spent Sunday in and we enjoyed them very much row. We missed Jack and Dumpu i oles

BAYLESS HIWAY HAMPTON Live Oak as guests of Mrs. J. D LONG BRANCHby i Mr Strickland and I TRIED tc and Arthur and Guerre from *erv. With Cagney, Dailey \\'hat Price Glory" is :'l.:

McCullouch, W. F. Tucker and sing one. which wasn't much! ices Sunday but understand Coming To Florida morous, bra >\ t < .

6 Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Johnson. I :>D>. J. L. Strickland Lottie Starling. Ola Padgett am'I they were absent as their mother of the mos: ,'! .; lu i

by Mr*. O. E. Crosby by Mrm.. W. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs. Sally Hall of Gainesville were selected to attend the Association was buried Saturday we did not "\\'nat Prim Glory"'. complete ever concenr'! : hand ,:
h I with her HaP at Macedonia this wek expect them to ihuuh .
visited fon; Angus AAIAAAAA. out fUl
It Sergeant
It '
| A.AJJAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA \\ Captain: Flagg Sergeant y" :
I and family Sunday. We look forward to another won and the Char ing. dt'ath-dt.t '> iu-'-
Well folks, this is really Blue! Quirt provocative u
'... Church sewsRev I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Whidden am1children :Miss Kathryn Weest of Elizabeth dTful time with the Lord's peopleWe White Sells Bull maine will be seen in a new technicolor soldiers who ,. h ,

A. G. Karnes filled his reg spent the weekend with :-:. J., who has been spending Monday After a day )liKe Home 1! received an announcementlast I production at the florid tooth and nail 1 ?,\ 'l-::
' at Bayless Hi- Mrs. Whidden's parents, Mr. and coming at Long Branch all of week that To Z. W. Hamilton I S
: ular appointment some time with her mother we are Grandnwagain' Theatre Sunday and Monday. until its tore t. .
way Sunday morning and evening 1 Mrs. Earl Van Alstine at Cocoa. Mrs. T. F. Brown has returned I the good singing we heard, the This time our daughter and I Based on the famous World War and then al ": >\
t attended both of Mr and Mis. Orian Jones and wonderful sermon we heard, al1! son-in-law J. B. White of Starke sold his
A crowd i home. She was accompanied m Mr and MrsWalter
large tcj I I I stage play it presents the stir off to battle
Don't forget we children and Leaston Forsythe of the old friend we met and the Rood Aberdeen-Angus bull to Z.I!
i I
services. Lang. the
announce \
Jacksonville mother
these her birth
Sunday by
'I 1 ring narrative of men under arms Miss Calve" U i iI i ii
Sunday. Come spent the weekend in Fernandina. ., new ones we made. to say nothing1 of W Hamilton of Brooker. The i
a son whose new 1
have church every and brothers, Frank and Emory name they did not J and the mademoiselles who wait out into so',:.., 1 ne '
with us and Mrs Bessie Cochrane of Theres-I I of the wonderful food that war tell owner intends to cross the bul1
on out and worship 1 and wife. us, on Oct. 7. This maker I for them back in France. i honol'l'd"I'" 'I! ',\ in, .
hear the gospeL We are glad tc sa and daughter Mrs. Martha Will Miss Martha Home spent the I!, served, and now it is all over and! just 14 grandchildren and about j' with Brahman cows. Mr White The fine cast is headed b> I which she is assisted b, Dvlev '
Castleberry were Saturday guestsof we are at home just have the: thinks this is a good to makE
have visitors anytime. I weekend in Gainesville.Mrs. I step grandchildren for me. way James Cagmy Dan Dailev an,' .

B. T. U. Social Mr. and Mrs Oscar McGee.Mr. George Saxon spent Monday -I memories of the wonderful day' ,I Well, I must correct a mistakeI more and better beef. I -- ---

The Training Union of Ba>less and Mrs. Oscar McGee received afternoon with Mrs. Beu There were people present whom made last week and I cannot I This is the bull that Mr. White I 1

Hiway enjoyed a chicken pilauTuesday word Friday of the birth ofa Saxon who was ill. Mr. Strickland had not seen for 15::: say someone told me wrong thir brought from Missouri about a I SERVE IT TONIGHT I

at the church. Lois niece born to Mr. and Mrs. H. E. years or more and of course I had time, year ago. The hull has done as
night it I
of the
Bobby Jernigan Air Forcewhose I was my mistake a< mud\ I
and Lonzi Norman cook McGee near Starke not seen them as I haven't beer well here ai" he had been doing inMissouri
Newman home is in Clearwater spent I as hate to admit it. I stated ,i
ed the chicken and rice fn a huge Mrs. D. W. Swindell spent Wed '! Sunday and Sunday night with I here seven years but I met sc that Rev. John A. Brinkley had and Mr White is srj I TSorden'sICE

pot outside. If anyone needs a nesday of last week with Mr. and I his aunt Mrs. R. Brannen and I many nice friendly folks' whom I been here to see us, it should have pleased that he is bringing part of I II

are very efficient Mrs. Williams at had not met before. One lady especially been his herd from Missouri the last I I
they Roy
cook very
good Penney family. He expects to leave soon ] John A. Briley of Jackson
About 100 folks enjoyedthe Farms. for Japan and Korea. told me she would be sure ville. of this month. Everybody is wel I I

with 'II to read her paper this week to see come to go out to Mr. Whiterplace
evening Miss Dorothy Ross Home Demonstration Miss Shirley Jackson was unable We met Leon Carter : niI&&gh
Sure to hear about W. TCrosby's the account I write of our meeting Sunday) and see these cattle at anytime : I
Bony to attend school the first
agent of Starke. Mrs t for the first time since he returned .
.I t-he reads column .
illness. He underwent Luke'shospital a I. Howard Waite president of the part of the week due to an attack ; week.In my every j I II from the armed forces. He ir I I I
serious operation at St. Lawtey HOC and Mrs Wm. W of asthma. i I
still the same young man that h.- ,
Tuesday morning Last Hammond I the afternoon some of the i I One Local 'Eatery'Closed CREAM
president Hamplor has always been and
Mr. and Mrs. Gorcon 'Wads.I we do think I
report he was doing as well as HOC. spent Friday afternoon at I singers gathered back in the I i As Unclean- 1J
worth of Gainesville and :Mr. and; School Board made a wise decision
could be expected. He is just the 'I church and there was some very rrrrrrrrrri..rrr
Hobby Shop in Gainesvillewhere Mrs. Buddy Wadsworth of Bun when .they. chose him tr
around the corner from Sherman beautiful singing by different The Florida Hotel and Restaurant
received instructions
I nell were Sunday guests of their i teach one room of our school here I
who is still there. Sure was disappointed ou making groups. I have heard some professional Commission has announcedthat .
sequin jewelry. Mr and Mrs. G. P. Wads not because he is one of the boy
when the doctor said he The Lillian Gartenhaus Circle of I worth.parents singers at different timer of our neighbothootl but becausewe one Bradford County restaurant Here's rich, smooth Borden'svanilla

could not come home Sunday. W the W. M. U. met in my life but I have never heard i i was closed during the past
Thursday, Oct i Mrs. T. J. Alderman Mrs. feel he is a good teacher
T.'s address is room 176 St. Luke's 9, at the home of Mrs. Frank fin'l: any that appealed to me more ant'l summer because of inadequate with golden ribbons of
I 1 me Johns and Mrs. Wm. I does try to put all into his \\
Hospital. He will be there several Williams. Mrs. than this singing did Sunday. plumbing water not hot enough
George Williams I mond attended the County Counci'lof I he can. I I
days. will be the November I do not care for the songs of tIlt I for sterilization purposes, a.id a butterscotch flowing all
hostess. I! the Home Demonstration Club We were saddened to learn of I I
Mrs. Teresa Crosby Mrs J. R ,I Mr. and Mrs. I world but give me the songs of general unsamt.m "conditions!
Frank .
Thomas and the death of Mrs Bell mother of "
Kelly and Mrs. Eva McRae attended: son, James, spent Sunday after I in Lawtey God's people. Let them really get I S''a'n operating 'I''n.< ;. < > i through it. Buy it now
James Sampson and Mr Dumpie and Gussie Wilkinson a
the Home Demonstration Council noon in in the spirit and then that is leally I t.k'd, I u r 'u' it.i' I,. i iind I"
Micanopy.Mrs. and Mrs. Lester Templeton of I well as othiisV do nut ;nn<'1. ,.> at Borden dealer
i M your
After the
meeting in Lawtey Tuesday. Jerry Coin singing. service al I AIIglisr R
and Mrs
Patsy Chattanooga, Tenn. spent last the other children so well hut i::10'
Mr. and Mrs. Hamey Edwardsand Long Branch yesterday we had a
I son Billy of Jackson I week with Mrs. J. L. William? I : 3 in pints or half
family "ot Jacksonville were ville real good service at the Mission i
spent Sunday with Mrs STOP'RUSTY
Russell. On Wednesday
Rev. and Mrs. A. G. I and son tent the We had ,,
visiting Veina Young and i in evening. a WANTED TO BUY
boys. I all visited St. Augustine and I gallons. Enjoy it
they ,
Karnes afternoon. larger crowd for UI.ion
Sunday Mrs. Mamie Meade Training : t: ,
has ,
Silver Thursday.C. V
Passed by Lonzi Norman's the Springs on 'I more seemed to take interest ir :
; word that her Rz often home
sister, Mrs H. C It C. Cannon of Jacksonville at or
other evening real late., saw him Durchne of Conroe the work and it seems we ai o ': PULPWOODTIMBER
Texas, was the weekend at his home I met.
spent y '
working hard in his field. Wondered about to get some interested in Micro
seriously in. I heie. I I II I I WATER at your favorite fountain.TSorden's .
what on earth he was doing I Mr. and Mis. the work. We do hope and pray we
F. B. Hall I
Earl Norman, student at U ofF
Finally found out he was dustinghis Gainesville are making a good impression ,0"MICROMET A
spent Sunday with afternoon with I
spent Sunday Fy
cabbage plants. They are rea! Mrs. Hall's ; on these young folks. Yesterday I
t sister. Mrs.
Vernor his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Troy CONTACT
nice. I think had five intermedia
we can probably Slade and I evening we
family and mother, Mrs. Norman and accompaniedback I II I
buy some from him pretty soon. I! Fannie Meade to Gainesville was them. I in the T. U in comparison to om .I C. R. Whitehead SEE YOUR ttUMIHt, F1
Notice Otis Crawford Is by last SundaThere ir '.
tearing Miss were nine OR PUMP OEAIER \
I Kathryn Weest Cuoianlrtv I>
and Mrs I T
Mrs. T. F. Brown and
down his house out here and moving 1 i T. F. Brown daughter I the Juniors, and only four last FOR FREE iOQKltf Good Houwkffpinf
visited Mrs. Brown'' \ Miss Kathryn Weest, and Mrs. I Lawtey, Fla.
it up to Jacksonville. Otis ; sister Mrs. A. :i Sunday. There were about 15 ir I WHITE TO CALGON INC, ICE CREAM

says his home there is too small! ,, husband at Ocala.L. Sullivan and I \ D W. Moore of Starke visited the Adult Union. I know this tI SUOAH HOG, rinsiuROH so, f A* -- -- - -- - - - -
the Stephen Foster Memorial
Mr. and sounds like a very small group ll-
George Saxon
had :
I Thursday. '
I but remember 0
as their some we are a
I, guests Sunday Mrs. Anna Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Nazworth i
; small to start wall
Harrison and very group
I son of Gainesville left Monday afternoon for Philadelphia I
Mr and Mrs. Now we are to take our studycours'jl
Ernest Dowling of Pa. where they were I 7Lfr47t .
right We do fee1that
Starke. Mr. away.
and Mrs. Fagles of called
by the serious illness of
Raiford, Mrs. I. we are on the way to a great
I Inez Davis of Jack. Mrs. Nazworth's father Mr
sonville Mr and Mrs. EdenfieldMr. : Jenkins. I i work here. There are only twr

1 1I I and Mrs. I I Training Unions or rather tvu
1I I, E. L. Birt and Mrs I I I' T. A. Meeting .
Ellen Saxon churches in Black Creek Assoc
i The Hampton P. T. A. metI I II I I
Mr. tion that have a Training Union !
: and Mrs. harry Wilson of I Tuesday of last week at the school; NEW'3
Miami They according to the reports I
+o were Saturday overnight was called to order by the pre!;.
get from O. K. Radford, the ,
guests of Mrs T. F. Brown. I ident, Mrs Frank Thomas. It
Training Union Secretary, art-
and he was decided to have a Hallow-e'er I I II
is enlarging it, going tc Hickory Grove and Long Branch
GOOD M build a garage too. He is pretty '! carnival on Nov 1. After the: I but the Long Branch Church hash I

smart tothink of that, because I business meeting all adjourned tc no training, this !is the Mission ot

ever thoughV \lLm''':T 'is so h'1;b, lie can save'I., V* cafeteria where ice cream and I Long Branch and we have the I, !

HAVE you large dividends an lots of money. i cake were serett bMr!:., Fr\\v.H 4?:.ly Training Union. Last year wr I 'SAFETytFIRST
insurance policy may pay /in Hear Uncle John Kelly had thi' j 1 Thomas and Mrs George Williams ) taught 21 JVuAy courses, Hickory WORLOS FIRST CAR

time of greatest need? t greatest surprise of his life las!1 t.: ;. SCHOOL NEWS I Grove taught 26. According *.r I S

Wednesday night when his friend' The our belief the T. U. is as import
For instance, the premi :m eighth grade gave a dei -
you pay for automobile liability in Johnstown church gave him J I i lightful Columbus Day prograrr I ant as the Sunday Schoo. After
insurance protects you agaiciA birthday party after church. Hi' iin the auditorium last Friday after. j Training Union last eveni ig Hev

damage suits that can easily co& received many lovely gifts am:!' | noon. It was the culminating activity I t Carter delivered a really ..venderj .

many hundred times as milch. I I had a good time. Uncle John i;! of the first six weeks Ir j I ful sermon to us. He and nia little

Fire damage to your home rmay in his seventies, not sure just hov.. I social studies Costumes were at I

represent as many dollars!} as old he is. I j tractive and the drama and songr I

would be paid in premium 4. in were appropriate for the occasion

500 years. Yes, the trend* of I Mrs. Perkins attended the Prin :

insurance rates has been doavn. CASH PAID cipals Meeting in Starke last HOW WONDERFUL !) 751At

ward-giving you more pVcr Thursday afternoon. ,.. 6
tedion for less money. f Mr. Overturf the Speech Cor- A '"
This agency can give you rectionest and Mr. Patray the i AT

expert advice about your individual i- School Psychologist: will be work-
insurance problems.' Used Cars ing in our school Tuesday of this' DRY
Why not consult us today? week.

t J. R. Wainwright Howell Williams brought some: : MAKES

H. C. Wall Agency lovely flowers to school last week.I WHO

Motors Howell is one of our outstanding ; OLD DRESSrSI (

seventh grade boys and is doing I I
Sen-ice Over
.\ much to help make the schoolroom
Temple \t' SUrke! Tla.SIZES UKCNationally
60 Years- attractive LOOK

Please Phone 146 \ The lovely flowers growing trthe '' I 3 3I

yard are gradually dying but : V NEW ) I 3'S

the azaleas will soon be bloomingand

we will again have a beautiful f EK! ,. .
'L-- i A. inrr W ni jinn door eJun H lute udr ll dies

yard. i .fl, '",.: Range i Jra-.Malic optional at rttta cmt.

Miss Dorothy Swanbom, one of
: 11t
our former teachers was a visitor : I

I at school last Friday evening Mrs I I

I i Perkins accompanied her tc. I I last-a beautiful car that puts your satire first t Safety-first, i chassis!lyLr J-il? Strongest-

Gainesville I with the lowest! center of gravity!

r Mr. :Nohn our Supervisor, has You'll actually Iceland be nJ"'l\\III\urt.lmih.- Q\,
sent the first and second grades f I ; I Sdfity-first, vision! Largest t glass I area in any sedan'!
the first time you drive the 1953 Kaiser. \r- :-:.
some lovely new books The children
I Safity-first power! More horsepower in the
Kaiser's famed that acclaim
are enjoying reading them. v i safety-engineering won

Miss Home, our librarian has I last: year with the World's Safest Front Seat has now been new Supersonic Engine!

all of our new books cataloguedand applied to every inch of the beautifully new '53 Kaiser. Safety-first lighting! Safest visibility from aft tides!

they are ready to be checkedout.
to heat every home We have a nice selection for You'll revel in its dashing "hardtop" styling its dramatic Sail-first! bumpers! You can't lock bumpers in a Kaiser: !

all grade levels custom-st)ted interiors .. and i its thrilling new power!
John McKinney of Graham i> But mostofalloullwantthe it represents-and the .
: All this plus I the World's Safest Front Seal! ,
supplying our cafeteria with nice value it ..
places on our safety. -

Prices to Fit o 69 g5 1! fresh The vegetables.seventh and eighth grades ,,...,. This year, play safe. before you buy any car, 1. Sturdier !Lmt-back corner po!>ts-narrowcr- ifl1-:

the '53 Kaiser! no "blind spots"! 2. One-piece Safety-Mounted r :'
Ana upit's had a popcorn party in the room r see new "
Every Purse I( Monday evening. The teacher M55NLq I Windshield -designed to push outward on J ,o !#
\\ X-ot
kindly supplied them with an I severe impact! 3. Safety.cushion Padded )1 -. I
Safctjfirst brakes! Almost twice brat .
true! You can own a genuine QUAKER for less than electric plate popcorn, butter and< average Instrument Panel I.! -.. Right; hand emergency -_

you'd expect to poly for an ordinary oil heater Onh honey. The corn was put in a'' Advertised lifetime plus more stopping power! brake! 5. Recessed instruments- no protrusions!

QUAKER otters you both automatic draft that makes \otn' saucepan with a glass lid, and I Safctj-first steering! Tales curves safer up to 6. Extra front Icgroom-you sit in a safer position! p.=
heater work perfectly regardless of chimney condition anu
Oh! 'Boy. you should have seen'' SANITONE
automatic heat circulation that turns on when your he. snow white balls dancing
oft itself when )}
is warm turns by ,
your heater cools down. See these i around in butter and honey.The Gets Out At the Dirt 9-
marvelous features that are exclusive ;i third and fourth grades More than 700,000 K-F built cars see your KaLser-FraHT dealer today !

with Come in today have a lovely collection
for demonstration.QUAKER of potted ,' . . . . . . .e. . . . .e. . . . . . . . . . . . .
a plants in their room. Their win Youreyes will open wide

dow sill looks very beautiful. with astonishment ;
MODEL' when
s The Pyracanthas in front of & tilt. J 53 f 3tjll/r2ljlfttti/
the school building are now cover you see how much more 7tt< :
spotless crll ... <<"' 's "Ea""I.T-O.n" !New Car ,
ed with beautiful red berries. We your pretty .

think of Christmas every time we I dressesarewithSanitone Easiest to pay for! Lowest down payment, lowest monthly :

,, look at them. : Dry Cleaning. Every bit .J It/et/ tW.t tJt, payments, lowest cost for insurance, taxes, fees. :
Be sure to vote for Amendment 10
1 at the general election on November 'I, of din removed so color, T (tv Easiest to drive and park! New Safety-Padded Instrument Panel!! :

4 so our children can have i pattern, and texture are S Ir# t2 it i i New "Comfort Cushion" Seats! "Inner-Circle" turning and parking! :

better school buldings. !i I like new. No trace of : CtlJtat t 7It4It/J I Easiest to ron! Up to 30 miles a gallon! New "Weathergard' :

reeking cleaning odors.
I : I Ignition! "Ventilube" Air-Conditioned Crankcase! :
Aids With Rescue !:: The
MAKE THE MAGIC DEMON I one perfect job

STRATION YOURSELF! j I! you've been looking for. : 1\ And as little as a penny a mile for gas drives the :
Donald L. Curtis !;

MODEL 3310 See how YOU ten SAVE fUn! mate second class: USN machinist's, of Route j I I Call today! ... . . . . . . . . . .e. . . . . . . . . . . . . ..

1. Starke. recently took part ir'

the rescue of two seamen from the <: STARKE 8

WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE ill-fated Hondurcn tanker Foundation Sales B ServicePHONE Temple"

Star, which cracked-up off DRY CLEANERS Libby

the coast of South Carolina. Be-I! Pratt Sts

PHONE 166 I cause of adverse weather conditions 1 AND LAUNDRY

222-224 Temple Ave. -. U. S. 301 Starke, Fla. it took an hour and a half I I II 32 STARKE FLA.FRID.Y. .

to get the shipwrecked men aboard I I

the rescue ship.

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I n m.\\'. OCTOBER
i -- 17 I 19i! !
Caldwell-Edwards school with the Civics Classes' I
Casey BrothersSee MTICF TO pp"n .,
mock In 1 I.otlce I.," 'f_ Curt' .
staging a election Mr Circuit Court Hr dfrJ ard cause and you aT. ,
Wedding Date Told 1'Hfina Hi,..rr.. <.. To Appear.T. Burred to serve a of ,
Becker' classes are Dill! Varied Service tlla; "I'LunUlt! .. 1\ copy your I'
running 1.,0\r'.II. .
v* 1'H.im I ,. :S.-MIU; Hfr.n.li- ,. 1.. \\h"" t.1-I saver or pleading to the comj...l'
Dodd for president and Linda i..i-t. x.. ''io11ce .: d.m, .11.1 addrr"s I 71 I w'r t 1 IiI ,.."i :11. I'L:unuif- Atiorne
" trr X.
I. \
\t Y"rX.
:\ \\ 1 k .
I Johns for on the Beckeneer Three suns of Mr and Mrs. T. L. .To.. tpprnr. Y"u r K'.ink' I-indium+
veep ; T.. I.d"in| ,, s<-"j.1.+ : uh...- r.-- are hereby notified that a F', 'la. .trd: 1 fur, Iltr HMKU&.i. ,
i ticket Representing Mr. 01.I Casey are continuing m the service -:, nit-n. and adder,- i t" u ; y:. ::'th suit; I 1'1'forI 1,(1" ,"f th, ,'Irk of (h.l .
of their StrertVw_ Y.ik, X "r and '.1 II tll 11"11 f'p.r.u' '?'nil l ? l.t 1' .
r son's and friends Y M fon the
Dixiecrats are Delano Thomas country ..
| .
: \ u grenrrntha .
are hereby \ \ ,1..1. :,:. .
sim'fo m>t"led that a i i'' : .th -rx t l
for president with Lucille Me- will be interested to have the fol = been filed against you !n theshove ItKati.ns uf said Complaint j
Rae as mate Cam- lowing news of these brothers: l'i\.r< f. 1'11.1"Ihanl| tontri'l of l named Court and cause and taken ,r nr, ,1 : v ,.,)\1
I running you are required to .
serve a of .
rn cop
'l..r held and .
l < This I.
Gladys Mooty M t"l.ill"n+ .f m>t shall l i.e pull'-I.! 1Kl
paign posters adorn the halls anc Beryl Casey recently graduat maiden name your answer or pleading to the I once t'a..h'o'ek for f..ur on--.....,. ?

Phone 35 II I buttons and symbols can be M-er from Advanced Class Fire Control I/[has been ni.d aeain t y..u In the complaint. \ on T Frank the Plaintiff's.tinru Uin.ltum, weeks In the Uradford C.mntI I l 1

--- - everywhere Each 15 tc Technicians School in Washington ',above named Court and l'illl't' and "llk., Pl.a"id.t, graph .
- you
--- -------- ------- patty are required to serve a ('.'.1'Y of and file the 1'iti-d I tli I I. j" \ f i > |Id.l '
original in the oM.e! of
present its platform before the D. C. and has been promoted tc :your answer or pleading to the the Clerk of the Circuit Court on (OFFICIAL .::E1..' .\ J. Tr t
Mrs. Alford Speaks Baptist Business Student F. T. first class. He will !complaint on the Plaintiff or before the Ct| I k I IN i I' .'cut: .
Body today Electionwill serve: II' .\n..rnpT.. Frank I-and-urn l IT d.n ,d i X."ml..r. I 1': "> '. l'y :Marian I. 1'I"| > |I' pu.% ,
be held Tuesday. Oct. 21 as an instructor on the US2' Marke, .Florida otherwise the 1 : 1
Woman's Club Circle allegations of -I.I
At ;(. Meeting lollowing registration, Oct. H-17, Columbus, which is n h' on duty ';and of the tIle Clerk the original of in the office ,, Complaint will he taken as- e,..nttd .-. .
the Circuit Court l.y you 'tint ,
On 'Americanism'"Citizenship" I i The Business Woman's Circle of., sponsored by the P. A D. (Pro in the Mediterranean area. on or before the This notice shaft! be pnMi 'uil' ? '.1 i v \
I blems in American Elvm D. Casey, who has served !| 1 IT day ..f Nuvrmlirr. 19': ._'. once each ".,..k for fi>ui' 11. n*< .. < Sal I IT1 I \ > ., "\, '1
the First Baptist Church met Monday Democracy) 1 weeks in ,, .
was the theme of ,'lass in Germany with the 43rd Division ;!otherwise the allegations of said ,I I the Uiadford Count> T! I.tl. 'I "' I
[ night, Oct. 3, in the recrea- :j |Complaint will be takrn as confessed graph. I.E\:: .,.t! N 'I ,
the October meeting of the Starke I a':' for the past year, has written hii by you. Kiitd th,, I I.. .l..\ ,.f u. ioi.tr, 1 I"'. i. ,1\10\\ \, .1. 1'.,
I tion building at 7 o'clock for 1 This ,i: (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J ,.
Woman's Club held Wednesday j The parents that he is looking forward notice shall be published! t'homaa .n' ,1 1 h '" 1 Ia I
I covered dish supper with 42 mem 'I Science Club, under the i I once each week for four ronseiumrweeks Clerk of the Circuit Court 111" 101- : ,
afternoon of last week before a 'hers After hour of :- direction of Mr. Cowan has been returning to the U. S for it in the Bradford County Telegraph Py tartan: L C-o"hr. P.nlll'I'rk<< P..1I'\o.,'\ ,. Pu.
splendid attendance. I social fellowship, the meeting an wa I thrilled by the response to its recent has been very cold there with i I l Laird. this I 15 day ..f 0-ti.ln-r. 1'..'. H' 1 IT 41 II! 7OTlr. ,full ulh pIri'-i.it I.I'I' ,, "I.' ,11".u" ," aid IIt _'.

Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, president now and ice. (OFFICIAL SEAL ,
for A. J.
I opened with by Mrs. Shirley plea new members. Already Thomas, K TO \rrctu "'"t. t III'' II
presided over the short business prayer 12 students have turned in After a short; visit with hi? Clerk of tie Circuit Court. lit Clmift ('....rt. llrndfurd C.n.tjr.FloriiTas T. 11.1
i Pollett. By Malian I..
Crosby, Deputy Clerk. :: In Cltaartrj.l.ilni \ 3
meeting during which Mrs. Claude j i The devotional was given byi I l the 2.000-word essay, necessary wife and parents in SeptemberJohn i" 17 n II : 1 U I: .: krit Plaintiff" .. .1 ,

/ Crowson was voted into the mem- | for admittance, and more are corntog P. i Rev. L. D. Haines on "Giving Case :Xi.No .: "
bership. Mrs. H. B. Peyton. I j j thanks for a wonderful icvival" Mr and Mrs James G CaM i In order to receive a pin to duty aboard the USS Basilone M>'nrn TO \" "r\It tire T. Ipprar. ,

social chairman, announced the i the week. well of the State Farm announce :' 'they will be asked for an eight which is now in Mediterranean :I''In Cirruit{ Court, llrnilford ('ullnt[. T. 'I1I,1 P, T..a'.ko-tl.. \\li-.-," I .1 t-. J u. i oKlllll, 11. 1
previous I I. .
I I'loridn: In (bnnrrrt. i I. '1,1 I 1 I. I 1 I U uN % :::II !i.\i Hi
club will give a Thanksgiving dinner The program chairman, Mrs i the engagement and approaching 'hour project These things waters. J:",, d. t.I ,1 u i ."f ,i..1 \ n ,"(".d t1 IT i i ', i Fl.i?' 'i

Nov. 20 at 7 o'clock at the Jim Ritch, gave an interesting I j j; marriage of their daughter June,I'must pertain to Science All I:, ,I I.ul ,K i n-' 1 Mi, .ii!)".1,.,. ,' .

club house which will be open tc I discussion of "Choosing the more i I to Lt. William H. Edwards USA I(' students, grades 8-12, are invitedto Suwannee Singers 1 -
the public excellent way". Those taking son of Mr. and Mrs. W H. Edwards join if they have the time and

Mrs. Cora Quattlebaum, program :.! part were Mrs. Sarah Lawson j i I of Orange Park. ability to complete the entrance Will Hold Meet @ .

chairman, introduced Thomas Mrs. Kate Sheppard, Mrs. Sue I j I The wedding will be an event of requirements Come along. October 25 26 .

Nolin, supervisor of Public I Miles, Mrs. Louise Tenly. Mrs. i j November 15 at 7:30: o'clock in kids rif' t 1

schools, who spoke on the proposed Pearl Mrs. Elizabeth the evening in the First Pre,by- of the Su
| Schropshire, : I The annual meeting

constitutional amendment j Seymour, and Mrs. Eunice Moncnef. terian Church. Starke. I The Seniors, who are really at wannee River Singers Association I :l 1 ; t 93 L A
be voted on ir. J nniversary
No. 1 which will *
tt otk. also decided they needed will be held Saturday night an

the general election Nov. 4. Also Collection was $28.10 and a PresbyterianVomen Mme privileges At a recent Sunday Oct. 25-26, in the u"

on the program was Mrs. Neil Al- special collection was taken for i I meeting, president Delano Thomas. '\' ,
Met At Blanding Oak school auditoriumA
National committeewoman
Jacksonville, -
ford'of State Missions. Three
new mem appointed a committee to ask the
who gave an in- bers were present. -J Student Council if highlight of the 1952 meeting\

pplrjng talk on "Americanism",j Hostesses were Mrs. E. F. Miles Women Circle of 2 the of Church the Piesbxteiiar met Wednesday couldn't be.done about it something. Fred will be the grour.d-bicaking ure '

contrasting between Democracyand Mrs.\ Eunice Moncrief, and Mrs. evening of last week at Conway is to head this group, and mony Sunday afternoon. Ort 26 CELEBRATION

Communism. Jim Ritch: the home of Mis. Robert Paterson all your views on the subject will at 3 o'clock to mark the pot and ,

During the musical portion of at Camp Blanding with ten mem be greatly appreciated. beginning of the erection of :the

the program several members of > .y.mym.n.yvvvy..n..r..YYVYVY..n..Y..m.nm.n....
WSCS Entertains i I
bers present. I Sacred Music Memorial on a three
the BHS band from the brass section i
During the business meeting Those enthusiastic students who east Quick Frozen Dressed and Drawn
Guild At Home I acre tract of land one
gave appropriate patriotic I j sit together ':
I plans were discussed: for the Christmas at the football games'
numbers. and are of Live Oak on U. S. Highway 90 Grade A 4 Lh. Average Lb.
The Methodist WSCS enter. card campaign. Mrs. David responsible for a large t
Delicious refreshments were i Numerous quartets: chop HENS S 47C
the! tained Wesleyan Service Guild Montgomery, program chairman percentage of the noise are membeis '
the hostesses during
served by at a delightful annual dinner party I gave a review, "Are You A Christian of the BHS Pep Club I groups musj directors and other*
social hour. On the hostess com '
Monday evening In the recreation ?" The credit goes to this group for' of radio and recording fame vvil'j !
mittee were: Mrs. J. H. DuPre,
Delicious refreshments were those scarlet and gray pom-pom.?I The
building.Mrs. j attend the two-day sing Quick Frozen Mortons
chairman, Mrs. M. F. Brown, :Mrs. ,
[served the hostess that they made to sell |
T. G. Mitchell presided ar by assisted by at the 1
O. L. Beasley, Mrs. Eustis Mc- coordinator of the society and the | Mrs. Robert Chapman, during the PKY game Under the leadership public is invited. 6 1..ounce
Knight: Mrs. J. B. Cottrell and:! social hour.WSCS of Miss I 17C
guild. I j I Bishop and the cheer- CHICKEN POT PIES
Mrs. George Patten. l leaders '
they are doing their part and
Guests were seated at a UJ J books clothes, and knitted

shaped table where handsome|! Notice to promote School Spirit ': crocheted works of all desci ip.

PTA CarnivalSet I! '
I arrangements of gladioli were tions .

For Oct. 24 placed at intervals. The general meeting of the i 1 Next week the Library will be : Fresh Baltimore Pint Can 19C

Enjoying the affair were 22 *! Methodist WSCS will be held the setting for a display of hand- ': Everybody give a boost to.. nut OYSTERS

The Bradford High School Par- guild members, three out-of-towrl I :Monday morning at 1i) o'clock at made Christmas presents the firsT 'I: school spirit by attending the Nw

ent-Teacher Association held it? guests and members of the i i the church with a Mission: Study six weeks' work of Mrs. Mc-[ Smyrna game at the stadium i".

October :Meeting in the school W. 9. C. S. j I book review followed by luncheon I Donald Home EC Classes !< night Until next week Swifts 2 to 3 lb. average

cafeteria Tuesday! evening. I I I ;at 12:30: o'clock The Future Homemaker: displaywill o long.

It was decided that monthly 'Garden Club Plans I i I consist of rag dolls pocketAnother Brenda Biddfoid Lb.
meetings will be held on the third Carnival Booth WMU NoticeThe ... PEANUT

Tuesday of the month hereafterand

will begin at 7:30 p.m. I business and progiair
Members of the Staike Garder.'Club
The Hallowe'en carnival will I Ii meeting of the Baptist W. M. U. n
reminded to bring a donation : Hermans Orange Band
start; at 2 p.m. on Friday, Oct are will be held Tuesday afternoon at'' .

24. School will be dismissed at that i' to the of Garden two plants Club or booth cut flower at the 3 o'clock at the church. Lorena'' C All Meat Skinless 1 Lb. Cell

time to enable the children wh c Epperson circle has charge of the F
Hallowe'en carnival at BUS Friday ---1
ride the school buses to partici I( piogram. II I -

pate.A. I Mrs.Oct.H. 24.B. Peyton is in charge.i II I big surprise this week Bishop and Dot and Bill P(1(i ....
fried chicken will bf
supper I of the booth, and Mrs. :M. F. Ha- YWA To lVleet. which is going to be a big loss tc Interesting news con el ung: KOLDKN]
served from 5:30 to 8 o'clock i I
,, zen will be on hand at the booth II I i the Call street clerical ranks two localltes: who are now enrolled .
Tickets will be sold by pupils of to The Baptist Y. W. A. will meet flashing a beau I North BANANAS 3" S 25c
right after lunch that day accept Evelyn Stump is at Mars Hill College in
the sixth and eight grades. They
at 7 o'clock ir
I the donations. All member Monday evening tiful diamond given to her by Carolina: Helen Haines is taking
may also be purchased at the office Marcal Colored and White
the home of Mrs. 0.
H. Dansby
John Griffin of Ochlocknee, Ga. .1 I
to liberal arts
are urged participate. I a course in preparation
of Slade Gas Co on Call St I CALIF. ICEBERG; Large Heads
wedding plans are being an-j 1 for medical!
no I i
service as a
Adult Tickets are $1, children 50c Jr. Woman Club I J'i Eastern Star Notice nounced yet but after the big sionary. and Joan Tenly is "p.. LETTUCE, 2 *' 29c

I event she will move to Georgia .1.1.J cializing in business courese n NA PKI I NS S

Farewell BreakfastFor Plans Fashion Show I II The Order of the Fasten Stai June Caldwell got in Sunday from I preparation for secretarial" worK

Father I t I will meet :Monday evening at c Ventura Calif and is announcing Surely miss T K and Wilnif TOKAY

Lyons II i I The Junior Woman's Club of : clock III the :Ma&onu Hall J I her approaching wedding on l"0..1 j ][(-clane and family who are at'' I, '
Starke is sponsoring a Fall Fash--: Ii Ji glad''I I II GRAPES 2'bs 19
Members of St. Edward's. I i I If.th to Billy Edwards settled d(wn now in Winter Park S I Packages

parish gave a farewell breakfast ion Show Oct. 23 at 8 p.m. at the' TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT to have Ruth and William Morse < Nic j to see T. K. and Ton: 2 13C

Sunday morning after mass honoring I club house. Fashions from I I back in our midst after summering back arc and town last weekend FIRM

Father Richard Lyons whc I Stump's, Lelia's Robbins', Barks BRADFORD; up at Fancy Gap, Va. : came up for the Clemson game

left Wednesday for Sanford I dale's and the Smart Shoppe will!! I! hear the W. G. Hailes are going'J and I spec we'll be seeing quit TOMATOES 2 Ibs 35c -- -- --- "- ',
\ : = :;;
be shown. !' _' ,.
Father Lyons was relieved here by I 1) HIGHLIGHTS to have their house moved thin'a bit of the McClane from t timtj "

Father Harry Turnier of Jackson I Admission will be 50e, with I ).., week from N. Temple ave. to W i j to time, for they hated t.> le I to the Library i {. Call street behind the Masonic I I. S. NO. 1 WIIITKPOTATOES --" -- 1f"" : "
ville who assumed his duties or. proceeds going ( Call) St: ?f't almost as bad a""t' -- .

Wednesday.The I Building Fund. Tickets may b c ) I! Tl'mple-the new Temple avenut :i' hated to see 'em go 10 Ibs 59c t

long table was covered with ,I purchased from any club member I ( .J' widening project has moved the Wtll St-ems t.> he ,n'' :MI

white crepe paper and centered I I or at Stump's Store. II I Hy Brenda Itradford1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA street practically up to their front nO'I, long J.e*- ymi! r

with an attractive arrangement I i door making the move necessary the i.e\: : -

of pink gladioli and red rosebuds BPW To Meet hear that George Kopc Carolyn Anniversary Value!

Father Lyons was presented i I The emphasis has been on !lousos has bought the Haile lotl I i __

The BPW club will meet I there i '-
with a cassock from the members I Moni 1 i I "School Spirit" this week at BHSi I II

of the congregation as a mementc day evening at 7:30: o'clock in St.I.:i The Senior Class, feeling that I I' The telephone ('ompanha-

of the occasion. I Edward's H ll.cJj : we'ie sadly lacking in this impottant -i' been working like mad lately put. IF'J' U t 1 ..
in before the ry
UiiR ne\
phones 41.p
ph'ase r ;
I of school has decided -
on the building of School telephone books come wit next eNEArFr5TARKE FL-:.'

I j i month numbers added, in the
Spirit as their project Last'

week, in preparation for the P. K past week are: Bill Graha111s-1.ll.1: ) Fi.: Sal.-Oct. 17 IS I
I C. Pout"mv !-..
Buddy Bishop-47J
Yonge game, they printed 500, BIG DOUBLE FEATlHEBLONDIE
;!ll copies of the yells to be used at \V H. Hardy's-22J. Frazun!
ri Shaws 2S21V, Donald McRae-lM1;!
laMb b l the )Sep rally, plus the Alma Mater s; JANE PARKERS
W. S. G. Denmarks-2S7J. Mi-<
t I A copy was given tolever '- .
,, Minnie Bessent-2SOJ, Mis A I'ood2S0W i Wash State Red
) student and the Senior? N SOCIETY .
"THE: tlMLLUST: : :
CLASSHAKK: 10: \\ and Whitehead-21GJ

AMERICA"I It : were successful in arousing at 1 to hear little Jear With Penny Sinjl I"lnrthur DeliciousAPPLES
Sorry Betty
r I
cheering crowd at the pep rally A PPLE l E PIE
1 Fchmitt fell out of a tree Thurs Ijikiand Robert MiUhfHJSovs '
and the football game Their
I day of last week and broke beer ChoirAnd
next project is to plan an hour
'.I right arm AD-2 Ed Hi-k<= i? L E S
. I program for today's rally. With, -
1 ) ':everyone's cooperation. "The |i attending jet school in Dallas LAW OF THEBADLANDS 8 InchEachAunt
5)i 1 i Texas for a month Lt. Joe
Spirit of
Bradford" will go on 30c
Andrews received his discharge ir Lbs.
forever '
San Francisco Wednesday of last 2 29C
With Tim Holt and Richard i
week and arrived home this Thursday -
The Student Council Clean-up Martin __ _
I another "Dolly" has beer "i.\-,_=' = : .: -: :: : --=--r
Committee, headed by president t!1'added Plus Color Cartoon and First q e : _: ;;,:
t I to Kochsthere is a Big
Kenneth Conway reported at last 1 Dolly. Little Dolly and a new Chap. of Serial

I week's meeting that it has paint. '' doll with a real heart beat': .

I' : ej six containers for paper and Sue Thomas Mrs Sun., Mon.-Oct. 19.20 Jemima
( B. T. i cele- Lbs

I, trash.throughout These the have school been adding placedI : I I brated luncheon Saturday party before with a attending family Aladdin And His CORN MEAL 5 19C I

greatly to the. beauty of BBS '} the football game in G'ville Lamp

I and the Priest twins. Dan am? Cinecolor

The political bug: has invaded I I Van celebrated their 21st anniversary With Patrica Medina and John
1 VanCOLAS Camps 6 Oz. Con
Sunday with a family Sands
: \Tln.( : Tn1'.'"\II : TUNA l1CR. 1
> gathering at the Priests and
In circuit oiirl. Itrmlford fount*. Plus hort. Two Cartoons and
I Flnritlat In ('hn.eery. I Dodds attending the Jax :zoo-
''!...HhF S.hr.tdrr. Sr Plaintiff! News
I \ '"..II-I..n. .- (J .<<.hradfi IVfrtida.nt. -I and Van left for Madison Tuesi -

a TillS has been called one of the ,' Case X" :\ i d,1to work for his uncle Van Tues.. Oct. 21ONLY'RETURN

most beautiful pieces of handmade i \i"th'T..:c 1 lu'I"1-\t.tI"pp.nr'i <. y s.hra<1r, who'-e I Priest in the warehouse there Bot. Ctn. plus dep.
of the
Ir."ld..n. and addtv i > MrView I Among those attending the U 17C
r (( glass in America. It is deep, I Koad Ciai k Township. Xew i. U.
F F. football
Jersey. I I lof game Saturday ir
sheer, clear crystal. It is a I You are hereby notified that a i I G'ville were: Ted and Charley: TEXANJoanne ,

. thing of beauty and will win a place in your I i suit Divorce for I I Johns. Steve and Ruth Simmons KITCHEN
home for its decorative value alone it is has I been filed against you in the !: Jerome Johns Dorothy Ford. Buddy
i yet above named Court and cause and With Dale Robertson and

very useful, too, to hold fruit, flowers, candy I I you your are answer required or to pleading serve a to copy the of |;, and Faxon.Ethel Raymond.Arlena Harding.JoAnn Smith Pau' Plus Two Cartoons and Latest 2"/ 29c PAPER 23c'

and even sandwiches and hors d'oeuvres. complaint on. the T Frank Plaintiff'sAttorney. Lanlrulll. Jimmy Rowe, Delano Thomas News

1'1 I Stirke, Florida.and Joan Sharpies*. Judy Green, Anr KEEHLERS Prices in this ad effective thru Saiur-
file the original in the office Wed. Thur. Oct. 22 23
ROBERTS Johns. Vernon Underhill Lemue1 urday. 18th.
,if the Clerk of the Circuit Court i, ,
on i"- before the Williams. Idell Landrum. RandallI DAVID AndBATHSHEBA SALTINES Ib 25c
". '.
i 1" day "f V.mJ' 19 I
,..thl'"wl'e'.. allegations of !laid Chitty Leslie and Edith Biggs

JEWELRY Complaint by you.will be taken as confessed j i Mac and Margaret McGriff, Monk I,I OCTAGON LAUNDRY A & P FOOD STORE
and Thelma
I i This notice shall 'HI published: Dinkins Vernon Siltcox I In Technicolor
}"owr Friendly Jeweler"Phone i i once each week for four con ;ecutiTe Judge Perryman, B. T. and I 11Vith Gregory Pack and Susan bar The Great AUantlc
SOAP Ige 7c and
weeks In the Bradford County Tele Pacific Tea Co
260 Starke, Fla. I graph. Sue Thomas Luke and Pearl Pick.
Hated this 13 day of October 1 52,, ering. Bob and Louise Kite, Pete : Also Latest News' Call St.
(OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Tnomas,,
Clerk of the Circuit Court. and Alice Stubbins, Lil and Buddy I

Py Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk; Bishop, Comer Perryman, Nina i iI r.. __ i -
10 K 4t 11/7,I



I I. .I R. J. Barber of Danville, Va Dr. John Gumanis of New York Mrs. Betty Ann Phillips pent :btu Bertha Pt-ar't..1'' at 1'1'1'I FneiuiM> Ruth Edna-: M and, M"I ; 'An -i

and Dan Greek of Jacksonvillewere City is visiting Dr. Pete Felos for the weekend in Mac"ii. Ga MM enttamg\ in k9tnillfMth! I I daughter ,,f Mi and Mi- Gut; Sun' lrl'nt"1,1, \\ ."il> I r.< .

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Altor two weeks. ting relatives. her daughter. Mts. Ed Elisor I Edwards. well regret to hear that i Tallahassee wete weekend :':'.

rP Dobbs on Thursday of last week. Mrs. Pearl Whitnel and daughter :. Mrs. Jack Briggs of Jacksonville while her son.in.law.Ir: Ensor I she is a patient In St. VincentV of :Mr. and Mrs. L. D Grei-i!.

Mrs. J. I. Ogden of Pompanc Edwina of Deland were week was the guest Sunday of is confined in St Luke; hospital hospital a.the rt.-uit t.f. a bar K Frazier Shaw 8111'p II

Beach and son, Lee. of U. of F. end guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Merrill Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. :Mrs Peaioe h.i.i i ;p rrvtousl I l\' planned injury Conner are atte-.ilinp ti- tt

were Sunday guests of Mr. ai '-
THE NEWS i Spew -<\ .iI \wok I r: :M.K' ,. ..
IN i' T \'oi:' 1 'f! Ja k-i't'\ l ii't; dihi} l lle.-taurant Convent.! !
Mrs. E. J. Dowling Sr. J spent the weekend with the L. S .
and Mrs. A. A. Kaitsonis had Ne\\ ,
I Or'! M'-\ : : drt,> .
; t I Itiht ; \ '! t M '
June '
Mrs. Homer Sw ",dal' Huttos. i; I'"t.-l I o I'aF: \nt'\I'.IH !l-i t. > M i
-- --- Rev. as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs I'
and son Anthony, are visiting Emanuel Hagimanolis, Mary and Mr and Mrs. Uley Clark and! :::':.1\ neck.\
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Wyllys and Mr and Mrs. C. L. Scholl leave r .
f fMrs. S
week of Blackville
friends in Fort Pierce this Barbara Tsavaris and also Mrs. son. Ronnie. I --
daughters, Nancy and Carolyn, of Sunday by plane for New Yorkto -
Garl :Mathews is visiting } John E. Tsavaris of Tarpon were guests of Mr and ,
Hastings and George Roberts of attend the Quality Courts Con Mrs. Virgil Mathews and Clark last week. The Clark al-chad
Mr. and Springs who is remaining for the:
Palatka were Sunday guests of vention. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mathews at :: week with her home for the weekend then
),11'. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox. Miss June Caldwell arrived daughter.Miss
of Jacksonville Mills
Neptune Beach from Wednesday ito j Hazel Phillips spent the son, Connie Food Market
Mr. and Mrs.V.. F. Herlong of home Sunday from a three month Saturday. I| weekend with her sister Miss Mr. and Mr M. C Well .m! "'

Jacksonville were weekend guestsof : visit with her brother-in-law and of Gainesvilleewill ; spenllnday nI :
Betty Lou Harris i Elizabeth in Gainesvilleand Wayne Kinney
Dr. M. B. Herlong and Mrs. sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson Phillips;:;
be the weekend guest of Clair Jacksonville visiting Mi :at.d\1? 1 : 1'-
her brother and sister I
Carrie Adams. in Ventura, Calif. Enroute T. F. Hutto and family
Jean Mundy. 401 Call Street
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry of home she spent a week at Fort Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbing in-law Mr. and Mrs Arthur Mil- Mis J. C. Harold returns t. Darby Building

Brooker were Saturday evening Sill. Okla. as guests of Lt. and over the past weekend liken in Ocala. i er home in :Miami :Monday .f.-i!
had guests
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. Robert Underill.Mr. as Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Buford, <:( Mrs. F. G. Hutchinson of Tamp four we..ks''ISlt with heiv! Plenty Free Parking We Deliver
with her
E. Hardy. and Mrs. K. W Witt and is making her home
Judge and Mrs. Rivers Buford Jr., i I inlaw.Irs.. Henrietta Hunt
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordon and son, David of Columbiana, Ohic Mrs. J. Lewis Hall and son. Tom daughter Mrs. N S. Dankel and | Miss: Thelma Green kitIIII.lrl"; -- o -

son. Harold of Oviedo spent the arrived Sunday for a two week Mr. Dankel. wt'ek's'isit with her mnt
an5 Mrs. Gracen Smith, for a
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. ,: visit with Mrs Pate Gassett. of my Tallahassee.Mrs. (: Misses Faye and Sylvia Paulk i Mrs. Emma Creech in St Augu.I .- SMOKED Grade A Lb.
Griffin. Mrs. spent Saturday in Lake City visiting I BACON 59CPOTATOES
Dorothy Ford spent Mon.
C. H. Nasworthy is spend. i iII I I tine before going to Nashville:
Mrs. Henrietta Hunt, Mrs. J. C day and Tuesday at the Stanley ing this week with her aunt, Mrs '! Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Paulk. Tenn. where he111 make hei
Harold and Mrs. L. D. Green were School held in the Roosevelt Hotel II Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lewis and F.
I: J. O. Deaver in Brunswick, Ga.l!l ,i\ home with her fathei! M l
visiting friends In Lake City rei i,i at Jacksonville.Mrs. I daughters, Sandra and Sharon
Green, and Mrs. Green.
Lewis Haines, a law student at j
cently. I George Edward Alexander I Stetson and his grandmother 'I were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. A \ Mrs. Fred Guy anti\ ihiitirfit U. S. No.1 J Irish. Lbs. For

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin returned Fortunas of Milton and Apalachicola Mrs. B. F. Haines of Altamonte Tilly in Ocala over the weekend. Jane and Jimmy, of liamesMllt: 5 29C

home last week after twc is visiting her parents, Rev Springs, will spend the weekend I, Mrs. L. B. Moorer and Mrs. will spend the weekend with :\IrsGuy's

weeks vacation to Indianapolis '!: and Mrs. Raymond MacBlain ir. with Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines I Ii Mural Gardner and children. Joe parents. Judge and\ :M-- A
their Church St. home. i and Lee. were shopping in Jacksonville d.
Ind. and points of Interest enroute. i Mrs. S L. Peek, Sr. spent yes. Z. Adkms. 11-

Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Darby were Mrs. F. H. Long spent the weekend i I terday and today in Lake City on Monday. :Mr. and Mrs. F. PHI: lIt!

among those attending the Cattle with Dr. and Mrs. Bryant S.j" visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson Branford were visiting their (laugh! SPARE RIBS Western Lb.Good .

man's barbeque at the Tyler Jones Carroll in JacKsonv le. and family.Lt. entertained at a small gettogetherlast tt. r. Mrs B. T. Thomas and! t tnk!! 39C

ranch, near Brooker Thursday of Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones and Mrs. Charles Mooney of Fort Friday evening after the foot over the weekend.

last week. .. :1''C. W. Chalker of Gainesville spent Knox Ky. was home for the week ball game in honor of their daughter A. M Sieg was called to K.: i n\ ---

of last week with Mrs Janet Turner's 21st birthday Ohio due to the f h.!
Thursday death ? '
Mrs. i h,. ,Tr Brown of Hamptonand end visiting his mother Mrs. Al- :
daughter, Miss Kathryn Weestof S. L. Peek, Sr. fiel Mooney who is ill. anniversary.Rev. brother Clay Sieg. whose ; ine' a' u..5. Lb.
T. G. Mitchell is attend CHUCK
Elizabeth N. J.. were dinner Mrs. R. J Andrews and Mrs R j Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbin.-- was on Tuesday. Mr Si 1t.'t; i returned ROAST 49C
the Florida conference Pastor
guests of Mrs. D. W. Moore Wed O. Dansby carried their parentsMr : and :Mr and Mrs. J. Lewis Hall of i I ing home on Thursday

nesday. Thursday afternoon they and MrsV M. Andrews tc ''Tallahassee will be in Nashville!] school at the Methodist Youth Dave Paulk spent M. nd!,i\ .t

all visited the Stephen Foster their home in Ozaik Ala. over the.I Tenn. over the weekend Camp in Leesburg this week Folkston. Ga on btl nt'-s

Memorial in White Springs. weekend.Trade i they will attend the U. of whert"I Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Searing of <
I tdeibilt I Jacksonville were Sunday evening \n 1"I r De Mains Quart Jar l f C
football game. Mary TO \\" llo.M: 1 IT M.\T\'I'I\: < I : DILL PICKLES
and Mrs. San .
| ers Stubbins will spend the week guests of11': ; Thinotii, I-i KI'i.
Ayi&erson.Mrs. all l.iint.iiit-; .f th. -' I'
end with her grandmother, MrsII *" Ii7..tI1,-th I i.i\: 41.I..I. .1are >
J. W. Andrews and son. .
l P Stubbins, Sr. in Tallahassee ; to I'd i.uii' t I L i n .\
Lt. Joe Andrews returned home (Count, .'11.1"f: "*, .ni|! ,i r.' i

George Miss Dodrer Lorraine of DuBose Jacksonville and Mr I Thursday from San Francisco, Florida- from within the.. first. ,iuhtmonth IIM',' Lb Box

InYourOldTimer last Friday evening were Calif. where Lt. Andrews received this n.itu.... or tlitl.arrfil I ., KRISPY CRACKERS Oe'1 13C
guests of Mr. l.v Statutes ..I! I.trlain I I.I I.
his discharge. They were gone .
and Mrs. E. E. Thornton. I must bt dnh 'II Ii Ii i
three weeks. ifil'.l I
Mrs Anna Lappe and Mr.ant' 1 i
Fii-t I'nb Id IT;
Mrs. Carl Lappe of St. Louis Mo Mr. and Mfs., Mai tin Land werf |I < iin| \VVhil.. r" -;
in Gainesville Thursday visitingMrs. 1--1.1.- of tin I I I I I, !
for New spent the past week with Mr. ant1 ,
a W. H. Gillis. I I Ray .
Mrs Harry Lappe. !1" I 1" I II -
Sgt. and Mrs. J. D. Smith of PORK cEARLY
I Mr and Mrs. Eddie Hartmarhad & BEANS S
Jessup Ga. were visiting :'oirs''I! nTInI.'I. \n
as weekend guests Mr. and! In Circuit Court Bradford Countj.
Mrs EV.. Smith's mother, Mrs. Laura Ti- Florida: In riinnrrrT
Phillips and son, Joeo ,
the weekend. ('a-innr Itiirak I'l.niiiitt! \1" IlIul.k.II"'n.l"nt
son, over
Jacksonville Beach and Mr. and! < !- \ l 'iNotion
Mrs. Evelyn Maddrix of Durham .
Mrs J. w. Phillips and son. Dell Totpenr. .
To :Mary Itiinik \\1. d.
K. C. pent last: week with : \\ ,n
of Orlando.Mr anal l ;.uliln -- i1i7: i: '"It :-1' i iI
her father A. F. Sauls and Mrs 'I I NV\\ T'.ik. New Yc.i, ,k JUNE PEAS
and Mrs. Herbert Green aretouring Sauls. You are hcicby notiii.. >1 utt ..
the South of suit for
Florida for
Mrs. Susie Griffin Jacksonville
of .
Itt ".r.ehas .
ten days.Mr .
spent last week visiting Mr t*>.>n filed ltJalll-r cn It q"
above named Court and ti', .> I,d t
and Mrs. Charlie Parker and Mrs. A. E. McKinney and Mr I ;you are required to.MM, ., I 1',1' -
spent the weekend at Daytona and Mrs. Leslie Biggs.Mr. your answer or pleailintr) I i" tl"", LE-KO CUT BEANS
Beach complaint on th- 1'ln I'II I I'I 'I"
and Mrs. William A. Gay of I .Attorn"v. T Fla'l,1 I. .
Augusta. Ga. M I Stark.- Florida
were visiting rs !
., ,
file the original in th. ," St
Gay's Mr. and Mrs. W land> ,
the ('l."rk ..f the Cii'ti\ i, : "
i J. Epperson over the weekend. or before -04 ".
T/JC/ gift that j 17 d.i>thef Nnxeml" 1 I"' '. E
5a'S Mr and :Mrs George McDani otherwise! the allegation-: ( d Dairyland .. : Foremost
of Tallahassee were weekend! Complaint will > e tak. n .1- ?'"if, --
(71 lore I) of Mr. and Mrs Ben Row ed by ;you.
youv guests This notice shall I be p-I' !: ,"!
land and all attended the U. F I once each week for font ru'i-i n' I. ICE CREAM
p ? hour : football game Saturday afternoon graph.weeks in the Bridfor.l <'oui! '" 'I 1'. 1, OLEO

airy jlmiiHg ,
On Sunday the Rowlands and their Italic! thl I 1" Ltv .f i I. .-
guests and Mrs. and Mrs. Bates of (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J9.>,i .'J.. .. ..
\ Ir'By
[ Clerk of the I'ir u.t Pints L6.
N the State Farm went to Cedar Marian! U Crosby, I P.'IMI'r'! r i K 4 1 38C
j a Keys. j II. 1 il'1 t U i 19C

Mrs. J. C. Warren of Jacksonville \o i ru'1. in \rri\it:
I n Ciriuit Court. llri.ir..ril l.mnn. ..
is spending this week with
1'lnriila. In ( lianrrr.tloiia .1
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Quick, Sr. \\ 111"11. I 1'l.l1ld"1
> )\
T 11"1.11. ]Is..t ttrn. ------
ytSr' (\ }Ir. and Mrs. Bill Tilley and i ,10' \ I J

YOUR OLD 'I I, '1 son. Steve and Mr. and Mrs. J N.tlice Til \iicir: ,
i To .lad K l' 11'1",11. wind ..
Your old be < ? tJ \.. S. Sapp were \'isitingIr.. and I iiKiKuMYou .
refrigerator may u ing t.. \ 'J50X >-n.- and .idiln-x-. I i- .
much more current than a new G-E <; REFRIGERATORMAY Mrs. Pete Reyes and Mr. and :Mrs. I :ate lint \by ti'-tifi.! tar, .1. ..
much as three times more during ''' diamonds Richard Jacksonville nut for ..
f fas Ray in or I
hot weather! And it doesn't give you BE tail fed lax l 111\'ores ..
Sunday.Dr. I bas been filed against y..n in Hi- 54
nearly as much space nor as many .
1'.i WASTINGMONEY I above named Court and ';
features does it hold
-nor proper : and Mrs. T. Arthur Mosley of ..
to serve a
temperatures to keep foods in top{ : A ;you are required copy ..
condition! ''' spent a few days this week with your answer or pleading to the ii.in-' .

Trade it in today on this new, de I, their daughter, Mrs. T. G. Mitchell plaint on the Plaintiffs Att..n..yI ..
I T. Fnn-jk Landrum Stark Fla ..
luxe G
while enroute from their summer and file the original in thoff... ..
{ of the Clerk of the (Cntuit Court "nor
New their
home in England to
'"" ::, \.", ,' ? home in Jacksonville.Mr. before theli M
.. I day of Novt-mli.r T'.J! *
; ,& r-
: .- )
.I 1
;; otherwise the allegation- ':1 <
and Mrs': J. B. Rowland and
I 'omplaint will be tal'n :.1- < mi >
I GIVE HER A small son. Michael, recently moved fessed by you.. 4
I I This notice i shall be I'l1lll-.j RIf.lb 4
v here from Jacksonville and are oc .
I once each week fur four I rmi n\ 4
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she can. He has been letting Daisy than ever. Guess we'll shut him I M. Jones of Hampton all deteased !I

:2 FARMER'S I run with her calf Petal duringthe up and pour corn to him (what Good Management : Succumbs To Illness I and the aunt of Edna M 1.I We Buy, Sell l

i day and then shutting her up little corn we have) and see if it Key To Success : Eayre. Philadelphia, and M t.I.;
in the shed at night, with the: makes a difference. ;i Mrs. Cora Nickels Kammererwife I, Sweeney. Evelyn May. and Manor! And
f of William! C. Kammenv I' Trade
DIARY !i thought that he would get the For those who will manage their :'I Gnann of Hampton.
I died Tuesday Oct 7. at her homein
I milk in the morning. But Daisy We're in a first class: rut with forest lands wisely and in accordance Nest Philadelphia Pa. She had I She will be greatly missed b\ a I' XKS .\\D TRI't'hsJ. !
By Sam McGanrey refuses to let down her milk, until I
We're them daily with good forest practices, host
our hogs. feeding been in failing health for several of friends, both North aunt!
t I
I The author will be glad to receive I she gets out into the pasture but at the present time we ear there is a bright and promising!! months as the result of a heart ail South.I Wainwright
I with Petal. Don't know what future. This is the belief of i I !I
items of Interest concernIng see no improvement coming. \Yt'thought ment.Mrs..
,1 we're going to do, as we hate tc Arthur A. Murphy, area forester Motors
the activities of farmers In had the .
we one sow bred I Kammerer had been at
feed (who eats like No. with
Bradford County. Suggestions may Daisy a I''r'I (and it looks as if she isn't I and': headquarters in Palatka. I annual Florida visitor to I'HO.NK: 1.9Tempts I !
hog i just so the calf can have they' "The Hamp .1. KIMIs. till'UK ."l'l'l.Jtoo
be left at the Telegraph office or 1 I''milk. I the other sow hasn't come into j increasing demand for I I I ton Starke and'lI'nIlr for oif! : \ \t,. .lathe h aALVAREZ'
mailed to Sam McGaney, Lawtey, I the othet( pulp lumber, and many other j
heat she should, and !
II I i I as 150 years and was extiemely ,:: \F TilE TKM-t.K\ril: :
4 II I one. Higgie is still too small tc'> wood uses will insure a steady and I i terested in Bradford Count[ L ...
4 I|I We stalled to hoe our berries profitable income from well II
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1,, but after getting part of the [ like hogs. Don'tknow forests Mr. Murphy told 'It.n....
: I just keep eating the late Frank and MarNi\ : K>" t'Jothl _
Good old Joy, our favorite milk I cutworms. We tried baits of various :' patch done we had some more what we're kicking about i the Telegraph this week. "Cutting I I pioneer settlers of Ham}"' ;' >I' : I STORE : I I
rest kinds, with little success, but i i under-stocked stands should be t-.tahlisht'd 1 "l i
cow, has had a four month '! heavy rains and it became impossible [. though. What did folks do when the sister of Let). eEl; \\ \ H8|
this week after noticing that the restricted: f
having her last calf, Happy, hogs were selling dirt cheap; largely to the removal! I I
since artificially tc doggone pests had just about to do any more. And itj; them I of inferior trees that do not make ---.--

so we had her Guernsey bred bull. We chewed up a row of onion sets) was so loppy wet that we could'I I Answer: they. stayed. with I' good growing stock," the forester I

a registered her we got a bag of 5 per cent DDT not get in and dust the plant I said. I
watched Joy carefully and kept I Looks like we'll have to change II j
and 5 cent Chlordane mixed with DDT-Chlordane as we needed WINKLER
breed per "In addition, is I j ELECTRIC SERVICE
to desirable tc
over the fence I I our plans on raising Happy, the: < |
from going to, have bud j
as we ?
: Alice dusted the onions with it sore worm thin "
wanta heavy stands, Mr.
with a Brahma bull, as we i bull calf, to the age of about six Murphydeclared j AT
attacking the crowns. Trouble is
and the next day we were happy |. .
a! "To
milk type heifer from Joy months and then selling him. Be- provide adequate|
I to see that we had really slaught that the grass and weeds are '
contro:, trees to be cut should be'
the old girl is getting some age i ,| cause the price is off so much, we, :
[ growing fine despite the wet I
ered the cutworms. We saw hun
of marked with
think a paint spot at the
Every time we wonder if we wouldn't do betterif
on her. dreds of them lying in the middles.i[ weather and that means that base
beautiful heifer and one at eye level. This-
have the
have a it'I' to anir.1all
did we were (
ho* we will be that much harder to
And the best part of it is that the will the cutters
lost guide and
serve asa
named Bunkie, and then I'I castrated and then we will just
dust will get lots of insects on the the beds Will have to resetome: : check
her we have a fit. Still as folks I i keep on raising him until we can ;, against cutting unmarked '
plants. "
plants too. : trees.
around here say: "If you haven'tgot I I i get a price for him.
can't lose it!" Meaning j i I The area forester said that a |
you We to insect. Have enough broccoli plants I
that we should be thankful for hope get enough i I i Sam i is back on a sign-making' man who is in position to produce ,
what we have, and we are indeed. icides on hand so that we can started to set out two long rows]I, spree again. Funny thing is thathe'd | various classes of material, such

'U. meet almost any problem of that in the field. Want to get them j!I I never made a sign before in as naval stores, posts, poles, piling New Valve
out as soon as possible, as we be-j
kind if don't
promptly ( we
wet aroundour go life before Show
Man alive, it's so I' Ibis I farming. and dress-ties, ordinarily gets tht
broke buying them). From our observation lieve that if the broccoli plant '
that the bullfrogs are 1 that you never know what you'can largest income from his woodlands
place :
insects really get growing that they wil'
damage :
rubber boots. Ordinarilyafter : do until you try. | and can at the same time leavi
wearing do to crops, we know now thatit be able to withstand cold weather S. :'
usually drie the timber mds
a heavy rain it s in good prow I
off enough in a few days so that is about impossible to raise any without too much. damage.. Saw a pretty picture the oth- ing condition. "This is done bv $ 69.95 1

can do some work in the field, thing without dusting or gray I II : er day. A field of oats that \\erej! removing the worked out, defetive. ., I
we Last at this time di(11 _
but this time we've had a seriesof : ing. And as there are so many I year we just coming up. In the Fallher.j: and undersirable trees am'

rains that have kept the land different kinds of insects, and almost not have anything to :sell on our things get brown it is a sight tc at the same time make him A : __
different insecticides Roadside Market and our business
almost saturated. And so we have as many see green. I II profit." Mr. Murphy concluded
we can see that it will save suffered as a result. But this year i Ii
been busy cleaning up, fixing up, have I., &uyon terms if you w'shClean ,:.
time and if we can have an we now sweet potatoes, mug I
for we do not have money i All of which reminds us that'f; !
and other jobs tard, okra, radishes, and and 'r -
assortment of the mostwidelyused eggs
are behind on our schedule ofj
far to look to find something Work-Free Comfort
hand. quite a few other vegetables coming I I "
poisons on planting lupine in one field and
ful to do.Since at Rock Bottom! Cost
t I on. We should have gr'ee;: I.I oats and rye: in another. The wet ArvinAutomatic
beans, wax Deans, and bush Kentucky .
we've been farming herein Grass and weeds around our I weather and the tractor breakdown i
Wonder beans in a .short I caused the but I II
Bradford County we've encountered home had just about hidden our delay we

many different troubles, and place, so we borrowed Sam's sister time now. I hope that we can get caught up ; Electric IronGuaranteed
have in time by planting late this month.
most of them we
Ruth's mower. He went tc I Sam thinks that the best thing, c
learned to overcome. But until! |
this last week we have never beer work on the high grass when suddenly I to do when you make a mistake i? | Going to buy a bag of steamer'

the contraption broke down. to rub it in to yourself so that I II bonemeal for our cattle. We know
able to kill cutworms or to control I '
you don't forget it in a hurry. He' that they need it, but on a farm
them. Time and time againwe Made a trip to Jacksonviile for a -
dusted a short row of cucumbers there about x
set out plants, only to lose the part, repaired the mower and now are a million ways t<

biggest and best ones to hConway's ready to tackle the job again with Chlordane. despite Alice's spend money and we guess the k .K
warning. Result: much damage tc I trick is to spend only for the

the .vines. Moral: listen to your most necessary things But we
wife I i know the cattle need the bone I '
Service StationAMOCO :
I meal. They have salt and minerals i I

Ate our first Fall grown tomato -I e I II I DUOTHERMOILHEATERA

GAS AND OIL and it was we hope a promiseof Also going to invest in a bag of

better things to come. We have i j fish meal. We're feeding our hogr

Washing Greasing Tires, Tubes & Batteries I never been able to raise tomatoes -I 1 corn milk cull sweet potatoes an<* 5 full years! Low-Priced Duo-Therm Circulating Heater with Superb New Styling-
in the Fall other waste !
before, but th. products, but we
PHONE few plants we have in the gardendon't | know they need the protein You'll iron faster with less i!
147 FOR SERVICE sup-I I Handsome new IMPERIAL by Duo- gives more heat from ttery drop
look too bad so maybe well plement. Think the real problerr j effort if you use a new Arvin Therm with smart "shadow box" of oil!
raise a few this year. Down at | is not can we afford it, but rather Automatic Iron. Bright, colorI
Ride Florida Greyhound Busses the hog there I can we afford not to. I panel front. Waste Stopper keeps more heat ia
pen are a lot of fine ful red handle is always cool.
I j home. Fully Coordinated Con.
healthy looking tomato plant I Precision heat control for all Rich brown finish with contrasting your
'' II I trols. Automatic Draft Minder.
and I Finnegan the water I II brass trim.
we may prepare a shelterec'place pump ha rat fabrics, including low-heat
and set some out. j last seen the error of his way I synthetics. Weighs only 3 lbs I Exclusive Duo-Therm Dual ChamCome in today-see this brand new'

LEARN TO FLY the easy way. Pay us you i' and has not caused any troubh'now ] I I Iheat, not weight, does the 'I II ber Burner burns clean at any setting oil heater value now!

Our first collards and turnip in about four months- a rec1 vork. I

learn Phone U7 since the Spring didn't look toe 1 ord for him. As we write this we l i Complete line of Duo-Therm/ Fuel Oil Heaters for 1 to 6 rooms:

good, as there were many skips| realize, of course, that this is ask i

so we thinned them out. We puta I ing for it, but we'll pat Finnegar.

great deal of work into some 1'on his rusty noggin for good beha 'I i i $12'95 i

things ( \'ior anyhow. i
such as we have in the I I

DR. R. D. HAMILTONHas ,I garden the things) and that it almost you work seems hardestat that i I| Our place *is just' about* teeming; .I|, $3.00 TRADE IN FOR ANY |:i WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE

: turn out worst. i I with quail these days. The very: IRON: Regardless" of Condition

tasty birds are so numerous! that ,
Resumed Regular Office Hours I
Well, our tractor, Katiinka, i?; they just about bump into each FARM HOME

II II '11 repaired again, thanks to a goof, '|I other, but we can imagine whrt i 222-221 1 Temple Ave. U. S. 301 Starke, Fla. Phone 166

repair job done by a machine shop will happen when hunting seasor : And AUTO SUPPLY

9:00 A.M.--12 Noon The spindle was bent and we hated opens. But then, too max bethey'll ,
to have to stay around as Alice has -
buy a new one, with: --- -- --
money about as scarce as honest; i yet to kill her first bird. Guess f');: ;::::--l '

1:00-400 P.M. 7:009:00 P.M. politicians. Anyhow we got i it t !I she'll have to visit Mrs. Strick t.%? ... .
i ,
fixed, and then installed I Long Branch to learn how y! {
it and all I to hunt. 4* .N. ..... x .

'1 seems o. k. now. I Ii .. _
I -
Hembree Bldg. Phone 329 I I We're trying to fatten our two. I' Alice sweet peas ir s,
front of the Roadside Market J. E N9
and Rr
year old red steer Butch (whic:': S
Starke Fla. I we bought from a dairy and although >i we hope that they will do as wel' err,
as laste.ir when they were beau- +
we feed him daily (corn 1\'
I t tinili .
citrus pulp, and cottonseed meal i i i :

the feed seems to be making; his


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I I Chapter begins Softball prarticr /i You'll I :. f.rn
I i early this fall We will begir I /

On 15 Months :I I ,, playing other FFA chapters next I always get a .

,II II I i I spring. These contests will also / ; s sY

NO STATE SALES TAX I I include horse shoe pitching, parliamentary I

,I procedure, and public You
I V ) ; get more wont. 'fl'l> i
I speaking 1'shave an agriculture'! ,
I less! with Chc\r,': '
""I meeting at the ag building every j I money
:I second! and.\ fourth Thursday nightAt i trucks! Tor a Chevrolet UIK, :
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matched to the the
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...:I I We are getting under way on I II )

......I i. our fall farming at the chapter I right power, the: right capacity ,

I : farm. We plan to plant lettuce the right engine, Iran'j\j

I j and cabbage, and are now plowing ,
mission, springs, axle, ;ard
land and fixing seed beds. '
RANGEH I t The Bradford FFA Chapter i tires.

j': 'I], owns 270 of n' ,
acres land, one truck
i Come in and see how you
tractor, six cows, one bull.
23 feeder pigs and three brood I I get a better deal and a better

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: The Girl Scouts
i held their regular -
: meeting Tuesday afternoon
OUR 4 Oct 14 att o'clock in St. Mark !I

H : parish house. Patrol leader Ginger 1 WITH CHEVROLET TRUCKS! ,

-4 Jones called the meeting to order i __ ._ 0'_ 0

j: ;( We had the flag salute and paid!

.: our dues. It was decided to have A better buy because .
a hay ride October 23 Marilyr I

: Cox passed her first class badge list for less than
STORE E Refreshments I They comparable models of
were served b '
} other makes. Low operation and maintenance
| Marilyn Cox and
Ginger Jones. ;
costs-plus traditionally higher trade-in saves _
Judy Dankel. Scribe I _
you money. ; .
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la Bradford Coanly.
Clrrnlt Court.
Florida IM Cb..-TT.Spencer .
Jackson Plaintiff, vs Rosa "'

Lee Xotlre 141 To Jackson Edison: I Ua and To Appear.,address Lee.,Georgia.Dtfendamt.Ql.se Jackson is; r.oute whore Xo:2,residence 9115 Box- II' a II' TI I T T Iv

You are hereby notified that a
suit for divorce has been filed
against you In the above named
Court and cause and you are required -
to serve a copy of your answeror
the pleading-IntlffB to the Attorney.complaint Zach on H.; iiui i i i i iwJ

Dougl. SOS Lynch Building Jacksonville -
Florida and file the U N U
original In the office of the Clerkof
Ue Circuit Court on or before
the .0 day of November 1HJ: otherwise -

plaint you.This the will notice allegations be taken hall as of be confessed said publishedonce Com-by lur a M a T .

each week for four consecutiveweeks
in the Bradford County Tel-

rraph Dated this 8 day of October Ui:!.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.As .
Clerk of said Court
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
10/10 U 10/31

la Circuit (' .-rt. Bradford ('OD.t,..

Barbara Florldalla Jean Chancery.Simmons. Plaintiff vs. '
James Monroe Simmons I ei>nd.int.
Case No. 9419 Tonight-Friday-8:00:
Order Of Publication And 'Notice To
Appear; ,Slate Of Florida To
James Mo.roe Simmons whose
residence and address Is: c'o Mr.
Jim Simmons, Walnut Cove X>rth
you are required to appear on
November 10. 195! !, In the above
named Court and cause, wherein
plaintiff seeks divorce care and custody
of minor child. Bradford BRADFORD PARK
County Telegraph shall publish this
Order in next four weekly issues.
Witness my hand and official seal
at Starke, Florida this October 4 I !'

1951.(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.As .
Clerk of said Court
Py Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Charles Jl. Hess.204 Guaranty Life .
Building. Jacksonville Florida

(AUy'-'Auat,.for Judge Plf--_Courtl 10/10 Bradford 4t 10/S1:

4'..u.t,.. Florida la Probate.IN .
UK: Estate of Bertha ItobinsrtWtggtna
Jlt>rlong. Deceased. *
Ml creditors <>f the estate of Bertha
Uobinson Wiggins llerloiiK. decedsrd Smyrna
are hereby notified and required vs.
to file anv claims or demands
which they may have against
said estate In the Office of the
County Judge of Bradford County.
Florida In the Court House at
Starke. Florida within eight (HI
alendar month from the date of
the first publication of this: Notice
1ar1claim or demand must be In

tha writing residence the claimant and claimant and must and post must state his office; agent be the address sworn place or his of of toby Adults-$1.00$ High School Students SOc Elementary School Students 25cI

attorney or It will become void ac-
(cording' law.
John M. Wiggins Administratorof
the estate of Kvrtha Robinson -
Wiggins Herlong. deceased.
First publication October 1 o. 19-i2:


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I I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT ]!(!I last Wednesday and Thursday or h"'fore the '," '. ..
.7 il.i\. .,-' ii t.. 1 1. : 'I! : r. it to ; n". 1. "i''' ,.f T it graph: I.'dl] puii.sh; ihr: Udcr As CUrk of .
:j: were: T. B. Pmholst.-i. H.I'and r. :r .'iI-I\ r "I plo..ltllI...: '., : n- "; o t.: w. .s i.l
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i [1 BROOKERGrace Mrs. S. F. Beard. Mrs. M. O. Hal'I Cumplamt tu l.r will the be dll taken/ "? i tl!i. rii'n'ilfs,! !' ., .\tt'ln..y \\ilti.s-.. :in* 11.1'! anil. 't I": ..11 <...111.\! ;I an C \\'.iiti! r Crosby. Ir 4U,V'ljll sI ,
[ FI.Io'.1- Uiniltuiii; > < ..
t irkK 1'L f -.I' \h. I" .J.. '. ,
I ed by you .. i i" 1!: : d.' :I. .1 k \ ,
cell Mrs.
Beulah Harrell E. T. file tin oriKiiil ', ,
Th's'no ,.. :: in t' 'I: I t l'I
s \ shall I
Ib G. Iligltanl1AAAVAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA !I Stewart L. L. Parker. Mr. and once each week fur fore the In-fr.-! l 1. I I"f the tli' I' 1'1.1 < //111'1'' i- :. \ :

Mrs J. W. Thomas, and Mr. and weeks In the liradford : : : i U7 tl.iy ..i (.1. ... r. lfi' --- .......- --
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Mrs Alfred the ,ult! ..a'o .is .
Compeau. Dated this19! d..y .
will !1. ,

lara gar 6r, I I61f I New Offier :Named I Sunday Mr. and visitors Mrs. at Lloyd the Dyal home were of 1S02.(OFFICIAL;! SEAL) A. sed'" by,II", -i you.,, .. "I'1, > ii ,..t-ib-. RADIO AND

For Church0lficers Clerk of the .
Baptist .
I f'3..h w )k i .r four STARKE
esHEZ312. I Mr. and Mrr-. By Marian L. Crosby, i ot" SERVICE
POHt:" : and leaders of the [ sonville. A. H. Hall in Jack- 9 : Ja II. irtdfoid: C- :iu', > ': TELEVISIONRepair

Wherein the bright Mae da)"I self a house dress buttoned down I 53 Brooker have been Baptist announced Church as for follows 1952- :\11'. and Mrs. F. :M. Vickery and In rixriihi( Irruit Court. :.''. I !. .. iii.:1 a.n ..r s-: ]1'"' i I'. ,

of October quickly pass. I clean I the front. I like to be neat sc Pastor, Rev. S. F. Beard; Deacons family of Gainesville and Mrs. Charles E: In Cameron.li.-uirrr;' .i ( .\r. SKXI.l: ,\ .1. Tin t-a .

. the old \rgetable! stalks! from mjUn for winter I buy dark print. I I M. O. Han-ell, J.V.. Thomas, Ernest Edwards were Sunday din-I Martha Aileen Cameron .1 Maiian I '!Irk L' t'I.,..1 t tli... i 'II'U'I' r....,," Service On All MakesTELEVISION
<1. I bury the dear dej_art tl. have enough for another dress of j Vernon Edwards Shellie KellyT. ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Orilrr Of I'lililii-ntlon \ I 11"1'11'"I.S |:6:: 4t 1'i11111 k 7

same material. I have navy blueorgandy : B. Pinholster Tom Stewart Green. .\|"|''':'''. late of "'' and RADIOSFor
The sunlight falls through distances to make aprons and trim j Weekend guests at the home ofMr. Mart h.i Ailetn .. :\ : TO .\rlo,: \It .
Church ClerkJ. Circuit ,
and L. I Parker; rendeme Court llradford {'oIlDf,.
of skyGreen.framed. in the 'print. I like to sew when i O. and Mrs. G. B. Colson were Oulfpurt In Chnnrerr..
I W. Thomas; Treasurer, M. County. Mississippi! and W.
leaf-branched wind blows outside and the air. Mr. Colson's sister and husband dress l\: Prevatt Plaintiff, vs. Timons
the js. 3Bi
: '; : 1 Reel .
I I i Harrell; Pianist Miss; Frances & Frances Tleed, also known
transparent, chlorophll Is chilly. The nights are cold L. Parker the A. T. Williams his niece the sippiYou Francis Heed hit wife Defend
of heaven in the I'I'I Barry; Cloister ; are rr<|tiir>.d to : t. Case No. 9400 PHONE
Honey green E. J. Gresham l
ote.w ,
but Port
I here days warm sunny. I Usher Alfred Compeau; Sexton (Mber :7. It.'ii.; : in the : I i I : Timons C. Heed and Frances PROMPT L
celled walls : This is the kind of weather I Richey. his son and family the Court and cause, ... also known a> Francis Reed,
of bird drops I i Coy Edwards. |.seei\s divorce : wife whose residence! aid. ad-
And the song a like bean That is what we Ressie Colsons and Mr. and Mrs.
soup. L. L. T i is: Unknown.
Sunday School: Supt., < i-Bi-aph .hall "
quickly down the branches I I had for dinner. Have also had I Parker Pianist Miss Ann Crosby; J. K. Douglas of Starke. in next f> ur weekly: 's> are hereby n..t.J: tbat a RELIABLE 1 198wW
The mind lets go the heavinessof I ; Mr. and Mrs. William Witnes.s m) hand and for
of Hambly
:i turnip greens out my garden. I i Choirister L. 1... Parker; SecertaryMiss I at Starke. Florida, ; Foreclosure of mo'ttripe! : r
hours, I I I am saving all size boxes tc Shirley Parker; Mcns Teacher of Orlando were \'i"itingat the !:I'!.*.. 152.! ;been filed against >
, The drift of days! the broken ,. cover with heavy Christmas paper. I I T. B. Pinholster; Women's Howard Wait home last Sunday. ] (KKICIAIj SEAL) A. J ,'are named required Court to serer an..111'a rapt. | ....'t,1

twigs of years. make nice boxes for Christmas Mrs. Ralph Hazen and daughter AS Clerk of ( gnawer or ple.tdmjr
They t" tb-
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Williams ialarian
Minutes forgotten flower into I I gifts. I am also planning Teacher Mrs. Anny Mix Howard; I Mary Frances were dinner !Martin! J. 1.r'roaby IV.irl. 31,: I on the j'lai" tiffs Ul's: E. ( Ml ST. \UI\E... H.R.B. 1.H 1.\
Young People Attorney A. J.
life.Voices. organdy trimmed In j! guests of Mr. and Mrs Jack Hazen'I'Kuildintr, Ja. k.s.n\ilie, I i Starke ThomasJr .- __ __
aprons print, Douglas; Int. Mix O. J. -Molt; .toys. fr rit. I Florida -- -' _"__' __._ .____ .
break again out of the in Stark last Saturday. i : : : tile the oriKinal in the off;?. I. .. ., --- -- -- -- - _____Iio-.__ J"
pillow cases always are nice gifts. ]! Jr. Boys, Jim Williams; Jr. Girls, I. I Clerk of the Cir, mt "1.1.1 ..'
silence, 'I I have a pattern for a clothespin Miss Mr. and Mis Howard Douglasand in Cimiit oTln: 10 ..\ | before thei TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTNOTICE
I| Mrs. Grace Barry; Primary Court, ..
The heart goes home through children Eddie and Sue. were Florida i 3rd day of X"\'ml.. r, 19! '.! .
apron want to make some mince ; I In t linnrr .
path. of dappled light. meat one of these days. Theseare I Lubedia. Zulene Pinholster Harrell. ; Leginnt'rs.Mrs. : weekend guests of Mr. and :Mrs. liertha 1t.: Lee. I C.defendant: Let p|.tun I I i( u....", ti'ii"I !'I'. -i ,!ii PLANNING TO MOVE?

-Allen F. Woodall Bill Plaster in Jacksonville.Mr. Antler by you.
such To
wonderful days now until i Apprnr. I
| Training Union: Director, AveryWilliams I notice shall rat piTilis! | d
1 : and Mis. Wilson Green and To: .labe/ \\ I.. \\ h. | I I .
Days pass swiftly. There are after Christmas. If one start I ; Adult Leader J. W. i and. address i-i : Kin | .ks each in the week Bradford for four Ci conserut\' Tt. Let us do the job for you compleie -
unij -
early and does not have the last daughters. Marcia and Nant'y'lwer | \t' II. i ''nll' i tii! 'nt!
to many interesting things to do. !.i I| Thomas; Y. P. L., Miss Frances You: are hereby ,. nn. .ALVAREZC50N We operate I local I and long
!' visitingIelba's this 30 ,
minute rushes. Don has a birthday i pare'nts.the day of 5'p' u .
This week we had a funeral here j Barry; Int., Mrs. Eugtne Crosby suit for f- sruiitf.FiA. distance an where in I' S.
I this week. I have him a pairof and Mrs. J.V.. Thomas Juniors J. Jo::. Hardens in LaCrosselast ]\1 ivor. e I I .'.MOVING,
at the mortuary and I played the i ; has "1'1flh.d .| SEAL) A. J. Thui.i.-! .
I like house slippers. He thinks the Mrs. Inez Green Story Hour, Mrs. Sunday.Mrs. above named against I I Clerk of the Circuit c... ,,i1 i- tts.rrtt..vI
piano, and sang two songs. ; Court and 1 ,
'I tie is all he is Harry Bennett of Tung \ : L. Cn. "sbv. D.-,IHIM Phone 311 250-J
to be helpful. I wore my purple going to get. Ha. Eva Harrell; Secretary, :Miss you a-e required to I j 10 2 n : itec. or
I want to him. Acres Plantation has returned to yo ur an.swer or I( _
taffeta dress, and it went swish! 'j surprise Jackie Barry; Chomstei, L. L. complaint) on the L-
HELPFUL HINTS; For chil.dren's her home after attending a Tung Attorney. T. Frank i| flrrult ...,1'.. Oradfurd t.niiii-, L_
.wish! went about duties. I Parker Pianist Miss Ann Crosby. \t-ellent:
as my ; Association in :Mobile Starke, Florida .. Whoopee. I have been out just i lunch pit cooked prunes and I|I Women's Missionary Society: Meeting ,and file the original in )' Jean Turner. Plain' ,IM '
fill with cottage (cheese pack in a the c'lf'rkIf the ..ent Turner, D..feml, '
1st V. \
now clearing the old stalks and Pres., Mrs. Wil&on. Green; Ala.Mr.
I i and Mis. Charlie or before the i C.i-t \..
It is small paper container. They ca n '. i'res. Mis. K. B. Crosby 2nd V.i, Wagner .. '! R. B.
leaves from my garden. : ; \ 1 In day of :X.\-inb I : Of Pnbliiatlonnd Ntitn-e I.iieir. ALVAREZ
dry htre and the trash bums he eaten with the fingers. If i Pies and Program' Chairman of'ayno.s.. Ga. were visiting otherwise tht .dl..gat i" | "tilt.. Of 19urida 'In .
very .
Complaint will .b. taken |10 \ 'j .
breakfast relatives in Brooker and Aicher \ I' 1 i
nicely. I am getting ready tc ; cereal gets tough and I I Mrs. M. O. Harrell; Sect. and ed by you.This 11" ,i- .j I '.' I' \gents for Delcher llrtts.IVrrman .
'j loses crispness, put it in a shallow over the weekend. notice shall bt : i \ .
plant some rye. my Ron has promised I I Treasurer Mrs. R. F. Gano; .
pan and place in a hot oven Chairman.11'5.: Jean Mrs. II. P. Gainey. Mrs. Everett once each week fur four : i Bid:::. S. ( 'our! Si I II.
to send me. There js no rye Stewardship weeks in the Pi.idford I
until crisp again. Old light bulb:? Gainey and children were visiting graph.
here: I can get just oats. oats. painted will when used in i: Douglas and Mrs. Grace Barrya ; Mrs. Carney's daughter and family, l.lted tills S .1.)' ..I' I
ML5s.on 1 Chairman Mrs ,
i! Study (Ol'FJCIAT.J. ) A
The oats are planted in spring cluster ales and Mrs H. M. Collins in ,
I of greenery make an at i Jean Douglas; Soda I Committee, Clerk of the i I.
I : Waldo Icy Marian, 1.. Crosbv | | i>
This week I cut out and made my- tractive table or mantle arrange JMrs. Williams Sunday.We .
Mrs. -
G. I H. Colson. Amy 1 1 1NOIICI

I ment. Mrs. S.o'. Beard and Mrs are very happy to report -
STEW STEW How about a stew Fund Chairman that Brooker was well represented I : 'io 1 .\ : I
BevilMargaret; In Circuit Court, : you al"cplalllling
for these cooler days? I cut the l Mrs. Beulah Hanell.; Publicity at the Revival services held at thNew e I'lorliln: In <'linncerVilli.ini ,
1 Year \ U, Ta\l..i I \ I I'
lean beef in cubes, dust with flour Chairman, Mis Iva Mae Lewis; River Baptist Church last IIi.s I: 11| Ta\.i.| : !I'. .

and add a bit of sage before frying II Children's Home Chairman Mrs week. I IF' SUPERIOR
Service \Dllr 1' \1".111' a new
to a delicate brown. Place in kettle Lottie Edward.Flower; Committee :Mrs. E. J. Lewis and Mrs. To I Cos, :M. Ta !,..

with water then and stew until j Mrs. J.V.. Thomas Mrs.L. color Lewis of Lake Butler x Ial-I: den. e and .Illlll, ,..t.sv ,v I IYou 1 home I ill (>\ err sense of fine and upright t
a V ale lieieby n" I. i
AssuredCONTRACT done. Add any vegetables you |, L. Dyal and Mrs. Cecil Melvin. in Gainesville on a shopping tour i suit for modern+ serving and unusual careful

have and want. The more the, L-\\ i"-Uc'hC'r.. last Tuesday. | l\0l| i
stew is warmed over the better i: has be n Hied against, or any other type of no.s.s; in guarding against needles* expense.
Beshers of Lake
Mrs. Margie Among those in Brooker attending above named Court
Whew! EEE. my arms are :!i i Butler and Malcolm Lewis of the football game in Gainesville you are required to "..1" building call on us I .
INCLUDES [ your answer or :
scratched from pulling up my I Brooker united in maniage e, i
were last Saturday afternoon were o"::'plauit, on the PI' ,
ALl. PARTS AND LABOR zinnia plants. They were dry and Thursday, Oct. 2, in Folkston G a. Mr. and Mis. H. S. Anderson and l Attoinet. Al I S< ,, I II

CHARGES dead. I wanted to burn them. I Mr. and Mrs Lymann Green of Mr. and :Mrs. Howard Wait. I Floor xille, )Florida.Liith Roil+ I McMURTRY DeWITT

!surely did scratch arms and file the C. JONESPhone
up my Lake Butler were their only at A original
Limited Time Only Must go to the library now ant'Ireturn ? tendants. After the ceremony the sembly unique and interesting- of>before the Clerk theIn of the Cirt 7 Starke, Fla.
program was !staged last
home books. I am crocheting couple left for a short wedding day ot XoVfiiib.. I : I BUILDERS I
I I Friday morning the school :
by otherwise the alb .
ALL lace of evenings now sc of the :: ,.. _____
SCREEN SIZES I trip to the southern part ,. the third and fourth grades under Complaint will be 1:1''" t' '"
do not read so much. fes d Keystone heights Fla.
I state. :| the direction of their : Funeral Director
I teacher. Me This notice shall ) Ambulance Service |
am glad
evening comesnow
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At present they are residing David, assisted by the home room om'e each week for
$$49.50'Chas. and I can crawl into my sack Lake Butler, but hope to make mothers :Mis. H. S. Anderson (rs. tlve weeks in the ESTIMATES Our local funeral home enables US to offer convenience W :

for a good night's rest. "Sleep i is Brooker their home in the near Bill Bigham and pianist air g. Telegraph Dated thi.s 1 day of ( | | i CHEEKFl'LLY' (1\;} EN services not otherwise available.I
such a boon", mother used tc i
my future OFFICIAL Sr\D A.
I : Canova. .
say. Clerk nf th, < 1 161
I Miss Lubedia Pinholster and The theme of the fly Marian L. "I"' "IoY. I ,
Mrs. Rosa Pinholster are visiting program was I I ; I We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, anti i
C. Ever behind the sun the stealthy : an American tourist being .shown Fla.'I KKVSTOXK: 3.-)8l DAY (:
Shepherd night I Mr. and Mrs. Crotty and the GPinhoisters u the market place in Mexico NOTH: 'io .\ : accept ANT life insurance policy In force hUlled by ANT .
by a KKYSTOXE; ;. 2131 XHS1IT 1
Follows in Jacksonville In Circuit ( ourt. it ," company, as payment in part or in full on a funeral :
on of shadow. Still! Mexican guide. Included in the I'lorliln: In 1'hnnrtry

RADIO TVPhone the sunTosses Mr. Brown David Warren and program was a bull fight. Mexican has!' lien filed against -. - -- -... I i' Consultation carries no obligation. '1iNNNMIIIII

239 the bright days down Alan Lewis of Ellington spent games and Mexican songs. Work Robert I L Kxtns: : ,, -- -- INNIINII I MMMN i
the weekend with Alan's parents.the ne 1M Vita Kv.tns; P''f "
I upon the earth i the children had done on their unit : '
I Ed. Lo'.vises.
on Mexico was displayed on thestage. Notice Ioppnir:
I| Gerald and Eloise Dukes of Lake To Ann. Di' VIM/ 1: l> .
Butler and Miss Harvey of Jack- r. -id|,.-ice and addrss I | I i
\*" '111"h) 11t-.ul\\| I .
ST sonville were visiting Mr. and' NOTIO: 01 iviivrin\: !;Und X>w York i I Ia

OFFER EXPIRES NOV. 1 Mrs. Leslie Green and family last Infl.: nn: 1'11"I'I'I'llll': \ 'I I: I You .an li. n I.\ i I." i ,I fUlllilies'enjoy
X..tloI'I in'i HIV given Hi.ii the -iiit f..i, Busy
: Sunday. undersigned under. the prunif$ 1 Jo.J'1 .: o rg.
i Mr. and :Mis. Tom :Mackey.Mr. '. ..f Chapter: "_II.'':": Laws n{ 10'1"1'11\.1. al."\ .. I'll' '"I 't I !
Arts uf 1 1'MI.: Will register Will 'h P
and Mis. Ed. Lewis, airs and Mrs. Clerk uf the Ciri'int .'..IIn 'in .mjfur

M. Lewis Mrs. Iva Mae Lewis (and Pradfurd ('""111)'. J lit- "I'! ri-.ti-
d.l. UI'| ull receipt iif prvn[ tit p'li.ll'J.lion .-
3 3DE I I children Jean and Kdwanl.: werevisiting uf this in.ti..e, the "Inc i 'II',
7 relatives in Dukes Sunday n.inuuf Thomas < rout and! T> u1-, i '. I Coke

tl I afternoon I in Park liiisui under s at which:StirkrKla" i-, ;iri .n ..i-- .I I '
| Miss :Mary Jo Green of Palatka Owners F5. T. Thomas, St.ni.-! I J'I''i .
;, .
LUXE 39.INC H i was visiting her parents the Roy Susie!' Thomas Starke. Fla. I If You /'
Dated this 6th day of October. A
Greens over the weekend.
!I n. tl! i:. T. Staik. irra'lfor.l c.ni-- PINE OR -

if 4 ChI I Among those attending the New ty, Florida.
held I0'i j 111 4t in '"IIn I
River Association meeting at TIMBER TO:

I Airpark Baptist Church in Stark Cln-iilt ('curl. llrnilfiiril ('..'"'t'.
GAS RANGE I II Fliirlilnt I In ('hiinrrrj.IVttv Large or Small

II I Jan An-t. Plainl-ff v-. ,

r rS I I And still night overwhelms them J.J1I1T.. And'isn" Lrf'uduut Cave N.. !>:.Ti9Orilrr {We t Buy .

289.50'l j one by one. Of I'nl.llialIonnrf Nrtlirr 'In 1 '
.\|)|>rir. sinlr llf l'l..rll To: PAY TOP :

i i. So often these days my thoughts: John ad T.
'' are with each of who read Vmi e
w I you are -iiiiifd| appear| i uii ) ,
I I I! this. I recall other days and other October ::!;. !!G:: In the abo\ nawd
Court and cause: whrrrin pi.lint iffseiks ,Write or
00 O i i places that were so familiar and di\urri-. u.study and ii.ii'rul(

<<) ''IQ-) dear to me in days gone by. The of minor childrt 'i. Kri<1fi>r>l < <-ini'v'
) I Telegraph| sh.ill publish tins >nli'
years slip by. as sand througtones .
in next fuiir \\ >Hl.v ISMI :<< I B. T.
na fingers and when next I see \\itness mv hand and uffn M 1 il II
at Stark.
I you, we shall have silver hair :r.J.: 193! .i: Florida this srl"p'-intx r' LUMBER t

.. I and well down the hill toward i FFII.| ). SEAL .\. J 1"', ".. .i> I t 1

Itht' sunset of life. I pray God .\sci"rk ..r sail 1 ', r. PHONE :

bless all and make each burder 1"\ M.iriin I.. .Criisbv. l 11.'u( \ ;. I- P. Box
you Chutes It |II.| s ;;:m I'ir.t"; | v i < 0.
light. and give you strength tr liiulditur. : Jak...?n,11.,! \. |.*1.f li.i STARKE, II
R \f >. fur 1'lf .
bear eack crass.Ve all have : ;>t i' : ; ; : nA t tf

them It is not so much what 'ellln! : or IMITKin !

happens to us, as how we bear' IUr""IItt: 1'"tITJIII-: \ 'II'
Notice i" hereby .Kn ''
the ''I I t
happening. Digger is always ( ndt-r-iiBiifd. and r th.. pit "
near these days. Don is fine and f t'hajitt-r :?:'"." f."f F :''j
.Acf .>f 1 l'l in! 1 .
I we are looking forward to winter. i- I., ..i 'I. w. .i 1 1"d. i--,I"I',1Irt, \\ "h 1)1)' I Hearing

shorter days lots of rest and glad '''r Is' .101' ..1 f 'I'r.\ ,. ..: .,
MODft .
NOW. 191 .1.\ I. III.| 'l' '' .
1 rhttstm.is |Ir :,1 'lot "f : I' I rs
"sPllar, time 'iu't: i n( th..- ,.' i the ?" I I AND ,
( ; whit h tarn .. ardI. I Ir
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239.50 l.rP.aPHONE r'i s .it irth.im; 1"'I I
l I'r l.i>ifrt I* .'Il.ln. '
Less old Range 50.00 1 I'l iridi snip OK nei. I r
_ your "I'attil tin- 'th d.\ .. .. f I I Diabetic t
.\11.I ;:O? ..i! ST.i-kr; Iraol'! .
v "'I"IIo\a, \
189 00 for a limited timeDURING 218 H' pi, 1 1 I!, ANDSupplies .

OUR :>orn i: I ..' ,
Notice is hereby $' rrt' li
given to who ? .t.tW1
I ,. ,,1.i ,,,, sc
OLD RANGE ROUND-UP it mayc oncern that I hate a? ." ail

\ir.: -> lit"I' of the }r-ta: >. K
K: <'kIltrr'I.., t-rtsr.l I filed( I '
I. f f' I 1 l
Trade in your old stove today on this modern Magic Chef t'-l> rt and will] ?n the l 1., II i
Xonmht'r A II I\! : :!. ;i.S 1'I'. ,,_ I I I
gas range -that cooks as well as it looks. Streamlined con- I'nin'v.". J 1101 Ir.' ..f l.r.ifK; 01. I
FLOWERS }'I ,r"Lt.! f. r Final! iU.! ', .' c. AND
truction, fully insulated, porcelain enamel finish. Modern I 1\: UI"r
Tt l I" >>th .\h'-.t. I.,' r v ; : .
"' ise your kitchen enjoy better, easier cooking. Check : FOR ALL OCCASIONS A J Th.-:! i i'\-: Trusses r'
t : ," 4' Keep plenty of ice-cold Coca-Cola on hand
these Magic Chef features: I f
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Swing Out Broikr EI.drk/ Tiirr 1 I'loritln In Circuit: In( .thnncrr.....t. tlradfutd'Dan. rr. ', i -ready for all the family to enjoy. / /

(j) Fr-xnresi June Hunt. Pin .
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i PMdence and address I i-. .. .. : i
4I tret-t. Alexandria: Hay N-.* Y ...
CENTRAL FLORIDA i You are hereby nmfi: ,J tM a h'Pills
.1,. suit for 25

POTTED PLANTS mini I\!iv'.rv.v childrs.ha i u"tody: and i.--i I: 6 Bottle Carton '

,: been filed against yot ''n th* ,
GAS & APPLIANCE CO. FLOWERlRED il-\. nAmed Court and r.tu-' a-id I

ANYWHERE t roar.11 are answer required to sera ? a <-, .,v ?f PRESCRIPTION I lOITltO ONOE AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COIA COMPANY IT
i I or pleading t.> th*
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Call St.
Phone 301 Starke Fla. Pons St Stark At'' rney Bay SrMon! :S-i.b ra STARKE COCA COLA

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!I MethodistHomecoming j as their immediate ,, -PAfiE--MNF-
'I Lav/tey St. Edward's Church project the Mrs. Kt-y Sargent has started I for information.Mr .
I care and beautifying of the parsonage ,1 her worx as the fourth teacher in '. parents
Event I
and Mrs.
Haberstroh havereturned .
Sunday Mas" at 9'15 a. m. grounds. 'i: the school. The enrollment Mrs A. Watson and :\' .
Marks 63rd Weekday Mass 7:30: a.m. ,: Th.' PTA Carnivalilr! haf.reh from their vacation ir Pet\\'t'IIt'r entertained I rn.st : '
BirthdayThe DO ht k' t :.od l the ,
;jii'int \\heie! .1 fur !' '
t \ .r:th
Children Class Wed. 3:00: p m (on Tuursdjv! <)< t 3n it :th. -rhoo'hems ,i., '..... U'ednes'lax'. This.-! .1
V..t5a-th'I: :Mir.d! '! :Mi! .\i! \\at.. ,. .
is -' ,
; n went t itiU's ,
:Mi- |
Lawtey Methodist Churcr Ke>stone Heights Sh;i V join'! \ 1 hrtlgc tr.,1:
:: up:\ !:t 1 ,
: :: :: > NI '! .
< I'\ 1kj-ttl'L''r
1 h ar T'I" '. ., 1i c II: !>! i
will celebrate its 63rd Women's Club '
anniversary ( ) >e 'i'; b 'I :,1' .
J '1.1I.t1 ,"t 1 "I- !J"t.\: i:t o\'v; :ri! t t'.I'K c rI V 1'''"'.' KtM; : \; .. ,
i SundaOct." 19. Services will be Sunday Mass 1st 3rd 5th Sur ( t 1 '!11. .: :, -- t.. '1 :y: "; <
gin at 10 o'clock with the churcl- 11 a.m. 2nd and 4th Sun. 8 a.m hanlblll'g! 't'lit... I ." "::.; I* >. t\ .n.: I s 1t' 1-
Church Methodist I '': ? \ :V! 'I > ., ,
1 K _
Baptist | iv tre9hmem \ 11' h s; '11! i' '
school hour. i i in : i'>
At 11 o'clock Rev Confessions before all Masses >: r' I I. ,,
y-i t ,
Ballard Wilson, former pastor of I I ... r. 1 "kenii !in K. s' >'!e 'L.t!ti hri, -:.' :.:\ .11.pl,,' ::!.:
called ..
National -
has been .
the What greatest by many Revival of the church be observed in I deliver the Citra the Methodist anniversary Church wil' Theressa ChristianServices : : > --=- '" '-. "' -' .n no --" ". -..p um <- ., ':' = .._":-_:>: --
closed last Sunday in an Hour of Church of message I i 'A'N"
has literally been the ing Oct. 19 at I using as his subject, "Christ'r every Sunday evening .
I Power. It O
Church Eternal"
"talk of the town" the past week.I church service, I at 7:30. We extend a cordial invitation We
A basket dinner will be served 1"1-
The church was filled for both, of the church to every one to come A i\LIA N"'G
i I at the church at noon. The afternoon AppreciateTHER
Sunday services with 16 being, service. I will be used as a social hour worship with us and hear a fine STl
baptized following the evening, ice will be \ (Gospel sermon. BIG
when those have
present will ar The
service and a like number to be.J-cige E. K. I Cecil Douglas, minister J BigBusiness
(I opportunity to visit with friends_ I
this Sunday evening i i Sewell, and C.
baptized I
There will be no formal afternoon
The message at the morning hour I.cordially service. All friends and former .;,: 'Church of Christ I SALE GROCERY & MARKET
the Pastor will be service.
of worship by
members of the church are in Corner 10th and McMahon: You Are
"Warm but Cold". The Carol I : I I
Choir will sing the offeratory Thomas Sunday G. uteri to attend. Bible School-10 A. M. (iuantu\.' Rights Reserved Prices (,noc! Fri.. Sat. Oct. I 1 ,
Rev. W.
T. Walters is the
and the church choir wu!: present Preaching-11 A. M sand 7 30'' dying Us
hymn I
I Ion the subject i iI pastor of the church. '
bring the special music of the i non-Christian ]P.M. ,,, .. _._
morning. Mrs. L. A. Canova at,(choir will lead j ji Rev. Mitchell Prayer Meeting and Bible Study '. .h : ." : -:-= .c.: :!:L' :_:>:.
Attends 'each Wednesday 7:30: P. M.
the Sunday evening the !
organ. i singing of
Pastor's message will be "The Upside -j I hymns. I Pastors' School Everyone welcome. T-Bone Sirloin Club Chuck Small Tender PicnicSTEAK
hour ,
Down Pot" during the I i
The -
the Chapel Choir of youth wil! The Rev. Thomas G.litchell.. \\OODLA\VN) R.1PTISTCIICRC'i
and Bible Study I
sing with the piano-organ-duc minister of the First Methodist
bringing the music for the congregational nesday evening I Church of Star ke. left Monday for The Woodlawn Baptist Chur'rof
singing of requested Leesburg to attend the Florida ''I Lawtey extends a cordial welcome
hymns and gospel choruses. St. Mark's j I Methodist 'Conference Pastors' I'I: to everyone to come out
Sunday School last Sunday ita" : I School at the Methodist Youth'''! and worship with us. Sunday HAMS
Hl'Ita) Camp in School 10 a.m. Preaching at 11
452 in attendance under the supervision LeesburgOctober 13-19.
of P. T. Nolin. Training Sunday Schedule, Oct.of : : While at the Pastors' School, a.m. Sunday night services 7 3C
Unions gather at 6:15: with Lavern :Mr. Mitchell will preside at the p.m. Wednesday night service
Outlaw director of the I Communion; : meeting of the Florida Conference 7:30 .
School 11 a.m. p.m..A.
union'l ;
Mid-week service each Commission on Christian Vocations G. Flynn supply pastorI'tXTlXOST.L
evening at 7:30 under the leadership I I I & Sermon. of which he is the chairman
Friday 7.30: !
of the Pastor bringing a' Meditation Speakers at the Pastors' Schoo' HOLINESS C
message from the 23rd Psalm. will include the following: Bishop CHURCH
An invitation is extended to Yes, at all the VISION"I' John Branscomb; of Jacksonville Sunday School 10 a.m. j 48 4ric
ident and visitor alike to worship Baptist of I !tr Andrew Blackwood, and Morning Service 11 a.m. LB

,. Bishop Charles C. Selecman. Evening Service 7:30: p.m.
,. _I" i"t ; Prayer Meetings Wednesdaj
night 7:45: p.m. Saturday mgn .. _. .. _. .
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At The TabernacleAn 7:45: p.m. I .., Q1',- '-"_ .. T' ." .. '_ _
unusual Bible lesson using
NO SERVICE: ; THIS; si':V Round Lb
Starke i market basket filled with van- S TEA K real good
r __ r __.__. '>us their kitchen utensils, demonstrating i AT will LA\\TKY be no InVrISTThere services 1 hI' POTATOES Sibs 33c _
HEr. LEWIS I D. HAINES Bibical use, was a f*at- ,
Sunday at the Lawtey Baptist
Jefferson and Court Streets In The lie of the Saturday night Youth i
Phones :Meeting. Another highlight war'I'! Church because of work being Tender Chuck Lb Red White Lb
., Office 21:!t Pastorium : done on the floor. Regular s' rV ROAST 39C GRAPES or
-- Morning- Services -I "Warm Hut I the?: colored. chalk talk by W warker. I' 26.ices will be resumed Sundaj< ..'i 14C"WEINERS

Evening Services "The Upside Visitors from Penney Farms attended i'
Sunday afternoon Bible: Yellow
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M.: : : School Hour and viewed "The 38C ONIONS 3Lb 15C
Sunday School 9:45 A.M.: Training : Feast of Behshazzar." I Heights
Midweek: Service Wednesday. 7:30 : Speakers and teachers are being

booked. for the winter season anvil d 11.\ :Irs., Sara :McDonald Good Tender Lb Large Firm Ea. C
FOR FREE TnANSPOnT A ) be announced soon. BRISKET 38C LETTUCE 11
Phone 266-J on Sunday 306 on Ii

Church of God i| The Community Chunh Women .
met last Tuesday night. Oct 2'
Sunday School 10 I
a.morn FRESH
Reports were given from the twr LB.
ing Worship 11
a.m. Evening
circles and routine business dis
Service 7:30: p.m. YPE Service cussed. It was decided that theafternoon \ ;
HEAR PASTOR HOB Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meet- : :
circle would meet
or OLEOllIfIIJ)19c
SUNDAY 8 I ng 7'30: p.m. Thursday.La the Monday after the 3rd Sunday I i| H'burger48t i '
;. .
p ;' ; Speak On The tey and the night circle. on the Thursday
Sunday School 10 '
a.m. Morn- after the third Sunday mak-
} Christ In The ng Worship 11 a.m. YPE Ser ing the two meetings in the ame; I,
: .
; .t ing Saturday, 7:30: p.m. week The afternoon circle wil!

Z.. .-I. Pawnshop Presbyterian Sunday School at 9:43.Church: : meet project Miss decided Cleva next of Monday raising Carson.to continue at money The the with night home for their circle the of i GRITS Dixie Lily' 5 Lb 49C TOWELS Scoffs Roll 18C I I

t first Baptist Church, 11 Morning Friendship a.m.CHURCH. service Class 10 conducted a.m. at building rooms Til Redfff and fund the for da\ Sunday circle adopted School! J JELLY E L L Apple 2. 23C SARDINES 3 For 25C

Bible School 10 A.M.: OF JESUS CIIKIST ft
H.T.U. 7 : 5
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OF LATTER DAY SAINTt* ry '" """ ctn.
"HOUR OF POWER WEDNESDAY Sunday Masonic Temple School every Call Street Sunday b COCA COLA 21C CRACKER Soda Lb l1C

"The Little Church With The BIG( I morning 10 a.m. Sari-inn :it Seneca i666LIQUID

is extended 6:30: p in to A all.cordial invitation !! 6 bottle ctn. Ctn.


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Pontiac you'll think t \cry street and LfoCfn Pks
I road! you drive on has been improved SHORTING 3 63C RAZOR BLADES 3 25C'

Powerful/ Economical every hottle-netk opened, even hill

I eagerness made In Tratlic lower:, the llange and pep easier.and you the can authority feel the NAPKINS S $'_ 11 C !PRINCE I ALBERTALCOHOL L E 11 C

I I of engine Pontiac's On the great open high-compres road, Cruising I Cleanser Pint C
V Driw it Yourself/ Range takes OUT reduces engine revolutions AJ J AX 5C L 90

as much as 30 per cent-for

1:' ,' ...... "Ic through know tlJ.1ynJ formenceofthel9S21'ontiac.fomeirt There's the only its greatness put vnctiy H'h.\ou'lIlmt'ir th's and*r'H'.1 you writing l perf can: !'rn truly per:er easy Get more all to go give the on yourself/tvj facts gas and!the figures-it joy of owning's so RAISINS I S 'pks 21CS_ SNUFF S F F Box 10 1C

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Lester and Lula Slade trans !t'r'r-.' -
I ferred title to their place or ).1 ,vr-n filed against: y.>u in 'i.. -
Ole Sarge Buys i A 5Jutnn Is Bsrn '. ,n.'iuij. 'ur: an.l ,'..\1',. .t', I -' -- .
Hampton Lake to W. J. and Be \ I .1 r. r.-uit i I" lot I"H a t ".p.iitr 6-Piece
:r ; it'a'li'ig I'J .
sie Underwood of Hampton fu! . .
$4,500. BY CLINT \ BON HER ? t.'. "n.' ". \ .'eIiiit'jd.-r.ntlff -
Darby Building I d ( !F. ... "
: Edgar and Mildred Glisson SOl! -.' '1.\. '" .i!.iI liirig J. kKl. Limed Oak

a farm place east of Starke t. i 1 < ._ .1 I ti.the: ".- ./-1 .1 1 in th.> oft:
th"!t <'t-r! ... ti I.' Circuit Court
Continued from page one Guy Cheadle for 2500. 'r h..f.re th-'

Chas. H. and Sophie L. Wolf of l'> day i i X.'\ ,'nb.r! 1'tVJterwise j LIVING

fessional baseball. farm trans Duval County deeded Lot 25, Indian : Safe In The Arms Of JesusA Ciimiilain> w Mi.i-it\ !10.:IK.iu.in"f t.ik.-u! a" >' .< k ROOMPhone

Another important Beach Unit 3 to F. M. Barn- | f8 ..d !ly y ,M

fer was the sale of the former L, :| hill of Melrose for 3200. This notice shall be publish. .! '
bY'' hymn' that written in 15 minutes once each week for four. e.n.-'ti-
Brooker GROUPFor
near E. Schearer
A. Brown place Carl \V. and Jennie tive weeks III the Bradford County. M 0> Starke. Ha :

H. R. \Vey of Indiana toV.. E sold a house and lot on Rout1 \,V'liiiuni; !!tuarJ Doane was one of those versatile writer's hymns. To mention but a fewPass Me T.Iegraph.1'at.'sI this, I ..1."f D. t.-.. If;: ------ -- -- - - -

and Grace Bigham for a consideration ( 301 north of Starke to Hubert A. indi'idu31sho could keep several irons hot Not, 0 Gentle Sauour" .Near: the Cross" (OFFICIAL FEVI.i A. J Thorn..,..
of 6500. Mr. Bigham i? and Mary H. Fox for' $5.500.O. at the same time He was an expert accountant, "Saviour More Than Life to :Me" "I'm Thine, Cl'-k .if th. "dr, tilt *t'.uirt
now operating the largest "broil- i' S. and Lamar Rhodes of an inventor with 70 patents to his credit and pres- 0 Lord" and "Rescue the Perishing." Ry :Marian: I. t 'r."I.y' 1.-pu'v\ I'l.-rk) ,. ., '

er plant" in the county on thi Baker County deeded 20 acres ir ident and general manager of a plant in Cininnati. One day in 1808 Doane took "the cars" for New _. I 1"11J' it 1"'' ;i ,! '-jb .---I-

He played several musical instruments jng in York on a quick business trip. During the ride a >OTiri5 fu AIM'KIH
property. ';i Sec. 31. Tp. 5 S. R 22 E. to Roy church choirs published no less than 40 song books, melody kept running through his mind. Concludinghis rn Clrrnft Court. Ilrndforil County I I

Haile I'rollt'rty Sold and Marguerite Lloyd for $1,700V. I wrote 2,300 compositions and was awarded be degree business the composer hurried over to Erook- I'loridn; In ( .Knnifrr.Bertha ... .

Sale of Lots 1 and 2 of Block \ E. and Marjorie Bowling of doctor of music by Ohio's Denison Uni lyn to leave the tune with his co-worker. He ran 'V I...... K effn.lit l !. IM.iinMff" I''i'-\:\-' .,..! "p., !I.. '

14, Temple's Addition to Starkeby sold half an acre of land to Edward I versity. it off on the organ and as he had only 40 minutesto :>otl,.1' To .\PPt'lIr.
\V. G. and Maude Haile tc and DaisL.. Norman for Deeply religious it was natural that Doare get the cars back to Cincinnati asked "Aunt T'f; J'ih.-z W I.-... [h.--.> r.-nl., ', .
I should combine his talents with those of Hymn- Fanny" to mail him words for the music. But mil ..idi1re iKlin ll.ml *I'r.
Kopelousos for an indicated i \\11.l! I'..flfl-. tit !lit tY.o
George $400. Writer Fanny Crosby. The team grew to under- Fanny Crosby asked Doane to start writing. As
$5.000 wa among the more stand each: other so well that when the composer, fast as the com Doser could take down the words the suit for are hereby n.itifi.'J tint a

important deeds recorded recent Produced : sfrnt melodies to Miss Crosby !In Brooklyn the mu- blind poetess dictated and according to her own I l>ivoroi'

ly. This is the present location of Bradford sic often suggested themes for \erses. And it story, Doane was on his way to the station in 15 has been, filial ngainst y,'u in ",
worked the other Many times Miss Crosby minutes. hoe named Court and eaus. a. ,i
the Haile home on Temple Avenue :, 55,473 Cords Of : way. :you a-e ,
required to serve a i-''p\ 1
ser.t verses to Doane in Cincinnati and the words Fettled on the tiil.i.; the business man-composer .
involved the : your answer or pleading t.i >
and the transaction Pulpwood In 1951 suggested a melody. It was, in fact, Doane's abilityto studied the h;>otilwritten verses. Each word fit complaint on th.- 1'l.n-iti",! :
land only. The Hailes will move sense the sentiment of Fanny Crosby's words perfectly with tile melody. Thus was born a bynntlrt Attorney. T Frank Uindrii'
their house off the property soor and to comoose such apnealin tunes for them that was sang 41 years& later at Fanny Crosby's Iarkp. Fln..i"",
Florida's forests furnished! made of the blind fur.crni and flip the original in the 'Ui--, T
to a new location west of the new I he music: i itself popular many I the Clerk of the Cir.-uit Cmir z4
1.490.000 cords\ of pulpwood for I
or before the
I I '
Masonic Temple. use in the manufacturing of paper I Safe in the orms of Jesus, Free from the blight of sorro- 10 day of Nuvfiiib.-r. I'.t'! '. $1
Bujs School Utilise and pulp last year. Of that total] Safe on His gentle breast, Free from my doubts on- I otherwise the allegationof 'I 'I! '
transferredtitle His Love o'ershaded. C.ily few more trials, Complaint will be taken as ('..lIf. -
The School Board is credited will- There: by : a ed by you
Bradford County
Sweety: soul shall rt.. Only: o few more tears !
to the old school building at my This notice shall b* pul>li .h..l I
of land or 1: supplying 55.473 cords. Hark 'tis the voice of cng;._, once each week for f,vir oon-erut I.
Graham and one acre The 1951 total was 7.6 per cent Borne: in a ong to me. -SMS. my heart's deer refuge, weeks In the Pidford County T.--! '-

which it is located to Mario Camp. above 1950 and represents about Over the fields of glory. Jesus has died, for me; i eraph.l ... .
i i )tt d thi < .j. .f 11 I")I..-i ]I'' :
anella for $1,300. Over the F.rm on the Rock of Ages
two-thirds of the pulpwood volume I Jasper sea. I OFFICIAL SKAI. A .t Th'inn-,
Joseph E. and Lois Thomas of Ever my trust shall be. Clerk( ot th-> 1 Cir.-tiit """'1-1 It
1 consumed by the mills now operating
Safe in the arms of JP.L. Here It me wait with patience I:) ll.irian 1. Cr'>-'iy. It.Mmtv ci-rU\
Crescent City deeded 27 acres of in the state. Florida ranked Safe from corroding l' Wa.t till the night is o'er I 1" i" 4t 1.1. ONLY

land in Sec. 27, Tp. 6 S. R 22 E I I I third among southern states being Safe from the world ten- Wait till: I see the morning t $34.95FREE

to C. H. and Elizabeth Nasworthyfor surpassed only by Georgia anc1 Sin* cannot harm me there Break on the golden shore I II I

2900. I 1 Mississippi. ,, c'I WILL PAY CASH :

Nassau County, the fourth rank .J

W.C.T.U. ing county in the South in this respect For Saw Logs

IHtIXKXU WAR. produced! 116.202 cords
AM D I m W001)
WHILE BEN HADAD AND Other counties in this area wen

THIRTY TWO OTHER KINGS credited as follows: Clay 50,561 TIMBER

WERE DRINKING IN THEIR cords: Union 25.912: Baker 60) I
.V Post (Card Will Uriny!: Me
PAVILLIONS A SMALL BANDOF 990: Columbia 63.153: Simannc I .
o. Ulusu.i -d Fes' 5' 10'-alt I> rlJ' "m
Distributed To See You.
ISRAEL'S: MEN FELL UPON 23.812: Taylor 33.349.: Levy 2V28OFFln

TilE S'JtJ.XSXO PIT THEMTO .ti 1 )flU.ight and ksonville \vil'
Funeral ServicesFor D. B. 'Dick' Thomas
FLIGHT. 'iK''i"M lilssel"s practice there
((1ST KINGS 20:13-21) H ,\ toiitiiiue( his surgical workat 1 iMiwtev. Fla.
Bradford' County Telegraph Mrs. Brownlee
ihi Riverside Hospital in Jack- ,

1 Held Sunday ? WiUjR4 -

I ,nTln: TO .4iM'i\it: I AT
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICEE141 \ In Clrrult ('...'rt. llrn.lfor.l (Count, METALSIGNS
lni MamieVeek> BM>\\ iiI! <- Ediloi Telegrapli I'loriiln' : In Chnit<-erilli.ini >. 1 _
night Oct 9 I read and hear "I i n i u> h about \\ i: T.i.\ l-.r., I'laintiff. \ 1I.;
65. died Thursday 1\1: : -1'.11"1". I 11, f, n.i.iitC.i'.p, th'iD7li'!
at the home of her daughter Mrs the possihilitx :tif Honda going n. .NII. Oil. .. iTo .

ZENITHRADIO Earl Johnson in Metier. Ga. She Republican: this year that I am Soflec. Apprnr.T. ,. .. :
I I.: Si. I \\ i 1- :
had been in ill health for evera! wondering it is ieallso: It i>- d. I." 0\\ ,101' i i : ,\0'Y

years haid to believe a* im forebears .-\' t :II. !ti. ", : '! : >, .1 I 3 MONTHS SUPPLY

', Mrs. Brownlee was the widow came from the South and* it I !

I of the late J. M. Brownlee and doesn't seem possible that the .

andTelevision the daughter of the late Col. \\'. T. South, especially Florida. woulc FOR RENT I II .

j Weeks veteran Clerk of the Court ever go Republican.I GounE "GOSSIP": I

Sales I'j of Bradford County, who served wonder if the people in Florida : ROOMFORRENT I II OF FILM

and ServiceflSpSSSfl ,,32 years in that office. She was: remember that it was the Republicans I .

I born in Columbia County March that whipped the Southin By "Shorly"P01.1514 I

,=pSprflflSSpSSSpSS fl Sflrflflrrtsss 21. 1887 and moved to EiadfonJ the Civil War and held back the II
224 X Temple Ave. Phone 166 County with her parents at the progress of the South during the APARTMENT I With the purchase of ANSCO Camera or Flash outfit

age of five. awful days of reconstiuction. It A.JD INA"* I FOR RENT
._ selling for $15.00 or more we will give you absolutely
STARKE, FLORIDAessssnspnnnr Mrs.:: Brownlee was a member loca' would seem like every vote for a '...,,\ lit. t 1 Free all the film you can use for 3 months, beginningJan.
and past president of the Republican in Florida .now would -
U. D. C. Chapter which was namedin be: like a vote against the South'? I I FOR SALE; 1, 1953. Offer good on cameras for gifts-you

honor of her father. Col. Weeks brave soldiers of the Civil War.Is I I give the camera, we give the Film-This offer goodon
She was a member of th* First it possible that the South PHI V ATE Lay.aways-just so amount is paid in full Dec.

.I .-- I Baptist Church and the Starke wants to be whipped by the Republicans 15th.

( l"\\:';) 1hr.lllr'fID.; ..\, 1L'i ( T..I. (Ct) I Woman's Club. and was active in again ? Make no mistake KEEP OUT

I church and civic affairs. She war about it it will be a DEFEATfor .. I Hurry. HI as not to be disappointed-due to shortage: ,
noted I for her unusually cheerfu' the South if the M
I Republicanjwin. .- NO TRKSPASSIM only a limited quantity of outfits are available.
DiSCOVKnM' )-The Fountain tole TVTTVTTTTTTTTVTTVTTVTTyMATTRESSES disposition and all tnrough hei and a VICTORY for the I ;
Youth. Keep JOUIIK by uinclastlKote lengthy illness her courage am? Ol'tlt "Well sir. you wanted awax

!' Trans-parent 'tni"h were remaikable to hei job! at half price !" I POSTED THIS OFFER WILL NOT BE GOOD
Moid at Farm Home and Autu OF ALL KINDS optimism Mis.[ C. Herndon
..Ul'I.ly.| LNin'i wax and scrubfliM friends. ,
>rs twice a month Uk.. RENOVATEDFURNITURE many Fremont Nebraska I
survived by 1st
Brownlee is!'
1.la"tl..ot. nu-e a yrar1..oIt Mrs. Ask iis today about our ("('()-

v:1 two sons Dr. J. \\'. Brownlee of Musser nomical auto \\axing ...>r\i<,r.
SALK Vweet Yvlluw Lupineherd. \ To Leave I
Starke. James Milton BrownleeGainesville 45c ea. :MAIL COUPON TODAY)
Hairy liullii. new crop \\hick \\ill nuikf jour car look
IVn.iacol.1) Itahu & ,....rlirl.,1oulhlalld and a daughter Mr> Keystone SoonDr like nt-u. 1- _ _ _ _
Oat herd I'.uy early I II.fore
prices g<> U'. Seed drying I Earl Johnson of Metier. Ga. : one i Last A Lifetime I Hullini ton Studio & Gift; Shop II
& cleaning.V lIulliltoll.1 I IReuphnkterel brother. R. A. Weeks of Keystone William L. Mussei.[ the only YYTYTYTTTYTTTYTTTTYTTYLBBY
Hronker. Fla. tf I I and Heights; Two sisters. Mrs Sa.,' practicing physician at Keystont Weather Resistant I I Hnx 111. Starke, Fla. I II

\XT"f\-.Graduat. nups-e or T. Dell Sr.. Gainesville and Mrs Heights during the past two anc1 I
Kefinished Enclosed: i is: $2.00() dl'pusit. Please reserve one
licen>ed practical for general Starke, and! half I I
Joeph E Wilson. a years, will close his offict I
duty. Doctor's Clrnic lloj-pital HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. i ANSCO Ready Flash Camera outfit, which includes :
801 W. Call St. Starke. }'lt.: tf I four grandchildren. Catherine am1 the latter part of this month. Ht
B"\ 230 PaJatka, Fla. Jr.. Gainesville will Sales & Service BRADFORDCOUNTY 1-Ready Flash Camera. 1-Flash Jun. 6-Flash BulkI ..
,, John Milton Brownlee. lesume practice in Wmtei I
SEAMSTIE3-Platn alteration Satisfnrtion sewing guaranteed and-, aAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj4 and Holt and Jimmie Johnson Park about Nov. 1. I 2.Holls"Film, 1-Portrait Lens and DeLux (;iadget Hay.:

1'rice r..a""lIahle11'l *' Metier, Ga. Dr. Donald Christoffer of Ke LAAAALAAAAAAIAAAAAA AAAAi Total price including taxes :SI 6,04.
Kverett I'rescolt. l'a miles from I.IT: .I. n OIHMI. JKn I
Starke on Lake Butler Highway \, UI.I': mi u Funeral services were held i" Kaiser Frazer HenryJDEALERSHIP I
('..tVl'I.ItI) MUCH Sunday gency sucn as file flood hunican
1010 6t It.H the First B3ptiSt Church :NAME; .
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etc. -
I.Itr flak IliirU: Uediiesil.itI'nlnlkii afternoon at 3 o'clock with Rev Capt. H. B. Ingram explained TELEGRAPH I I
FOR SAIK-One "t..ryroom house iarh Thiir..il.i.iiltirstlllr and ReL Patents and young men undoi Temple Ave. Ph. 32
: .. \ I* D. Haine, pastor .___ _. .
with two lots on corner *>f light lai-h: Frlilu,- IS 1years: of
J L. Silcox. IV I officiating Buria1was age are reminded! .t. I
aid Clair Sts A. Shepherd .._._
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that w
707 3tchg 10/171 I'KOTKCT \'o.-n 'IMTIES in the family plot in Crosby i they must enlist In the National
,, Pir"l.r..f| I'roiecto Security llox. Guard before they
10'01: S.\I.-lt"! : fiibuf.....t S.-rv.-l I beautiful J.rRe, h.ay duty steelbox. Lake Cemett'ryith arrangement areIS
i.a' I'f\'llt'ral..r.. ''i 1 ug i.lIal! Kuarun- C Jones Fu 1-2 in order to continue t.
j nor:! of DeWitt
plus tax. Ciadford
T..to i ubi I'sr foot I y..r refriKfiator Also Cold :"'|1.1 County T..I" Talh._ tfFor. neral in Home I j seT'ein the Guard and not be HAUL WITH !
IK X'.li:: SHMIIK guaruntee Sfiat, used Kleiinc: l' ...:*.'j"1 -I 100 TIII:: r.rixKT-Mixi isrui/ : The following nephews of Mrs :i' a member bSele'ti.l'of the unit.Television Service. while .

i.'. Supil| > Mr. Kit.- i KiiKiavededdinB In.italion" Brownlee served as pall bearers:
:Il.-hg Id'-JI( on fine rJK-c''ntent iiatier"nlv .
Si!.i <>:. IJrltlfortl'unt) : H. C Wall. A. E. Wall.V T

1.4,ST..off of truck between Sluik* 'I Telegraph' \ __tf Weeks. Junm Smith, George B. n- ------------------------ r : r \.. For brute power penny-pinching economy there's

and I I sin l Camp l" .br.l UlaMdini inl'eispi; inn on old matti ro.nl..-sVnxlvr RADIOS KEPAIRKD nett. S T Dell Inn.an (Grtvti." am1.! :: o Dodge tr.jck to fit your need4 '/through 4-ton.

please retinn reliirn I.. I *ll Thk.til| Model. .Jim Chast.-er Tips 1' .
1,11\! J.u-kson. I.mi's; lI' aril llchtf I ('II \". t. sliiMII.IlV. : ; ) liiiCHARLES features like fuel mixture equalizing tube (twin

.. I '"-'. \ Call "I. oinrke I'h :2::19"Local Guardsmen carburetion models), wide range of transmissionsin
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,.1 i, K..I i-ondltioii. I'Mi! ANv. ",- FOR nnXTQn, r..UtiI.! r,'111- -. ... -. medium- and high-tonnage trucks.
LI iii i \\ hll"- ..".111\.1 ..ii.inni| fottable i' apis aliniitf: : "i.t ;; ,..; # .
-, "i! >to\c. sip.ii.ite, oven $1:. \ roomsearh.. 11:"....:.i- Kit h. tiroo.l ,-. Attend Courses I' Want dependable power? Dodge engines have prey -
\\ \\'....111111:1..11: si. I'liont4 b.-il-., "1',1'", hi'. '- r i: 1' cision-balanced crankshafts, pre-fitted type bearings -
I If.XTII Stark.t.tke. left ,
| h-in-I: d.rt 1'.1
..... I relief valve, and moistureproof
I (1. .l\t ro.ul) at bridge un Cat I At Ft. Benning oil-pressure
\\ \:': :i>- Seiietan; I.. learn insiir- St. for. about I mi.* 1.. ,. .yj.rn ji :qmtion
iii. \business Shot hand prefn left side of road. 1rs. Carl I !
.d Ion not nei.ss.n\ A|Il'l) ill Wynn .\1'\8. .
tiI Slash extra-smooth with
,, ,. : R'D!! 1\\n.l.: upkeep. gain operation
ii !' fl HI nni r-ii.t\. In e1i' i Sat ,
.' ', Nl I r exclusive Fluid Drive. Available all Vt-,
< _Itchc FOR HK.VT-I.nBeoin.lete| 1)' funi Joseph X \\ .ttrefl repot ii i' gyrol on
>h.il house, Kestone llt.Kht' <>n Oi t 1 ," LIVETH I J <-, 1-ton and Route-Van models.
: 'M!; ItKXT: :': Xltti'l'vi fiirnisheiln on Hiooklyn l.ak. Rlntii.MO I \ ,:; H"lmme.t t THAT
drooin cmtaBe: i:> 12: :!*; \Val- and 'fi commitment: l">"- "'v-:
rt iKei.iti.r I'hotie :s ;'>t.l.i. the enlisted Check these Dodge advantages for yourself. Stop
Si l Mrs JV Kt.. uitl. phoneItchi .-KV.I\, ill.- ,.r \\ rll.11.' < Thr.r. ..,, 1';' WITHOUT DOIIGUI ,
: until next Feb. by far a good buy.
H.\' :'::11.I Ja.ks..itviIle. Fla WISE HOMrJKE
ttdl&:: This course covers all types :in I 15 A s e4 ::
t4. -2
SAI.K10: tract ,Skmke !
!I" : 10'
: ;j of communications in :ar ?" -.i $ Switch To Dodge. Get Economical Power! Trim fuel
1 'lirrix: ) on Kestone HilKlllsid FtHl R\I.F.-Oh..rt! null ends of onl means 0 *
': l;. ."'.,,"..101.l f1 > ash. .\ J. lumber. Bradford Furniture C..rp! Infantry Battalion. This inclu.lt- ____ ,' -0' v.iving with Oodge economy f aturt KI*

1'I I 1\.1' .II J .. \"lIt 1 ____4tchg )0I /%,!! all of army radios. niessap:: S __ __ ___ __ __ i i..t.t i 'in pn-sMon ratios lightweight aluminun alloy
If iiM I types
;H i: with 4 rings instead of 3, resistorty4park;
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: UK.NTioilein .
Cottag-o to telephone systems
r centers
... __ __ __ ; .f- nt> ,.11! models.Go .
> \ 1.1'd.: I'h.int.tpa i 1\11.! LI\II'ug r 'oni. I..H'h'n"1t I a
"'I I loll. It o\el \'an |1',1,1 tf bedroom and bath l'nfurnish-'i i singnal panels used in an InfantryI a1--i '
or li.uliallv furnished.MM! \ am I 1 Battallion The course; is design- ,: Dodge Cut Upkeep! Keep your tnu (1111. the
'-. '< ; '' \I.E: -I"I: I'ukind Sedan s.rdi ii, < >nr mile frmn 1'ost uf. taytVERNON -rriing money. Cash in on Dodge! IDA, rn iinUi --
:.,,,.able l : l.. miles out Old ( :".. tt.n Keystone II.-ad 1. F: to teach enlisted men to booo pays off in extraeconomical t HANSON .' i l\antages< : like chrome-plated top runj-: CI-

i,.lamlmu. I llinlnv.u I. mile richt | ''I It. Box Hi;. Slai k._It. h*;; qualified as Communications Chio' Vtrnon Ha/iioo 'f \ ,''.(. teat irwerU, floating oil intake pontive-
i.-.ul"d load l I' .1 Martin Ul> I" S
", ; in their parent battalions I operation lumber Co t .lubrication.. U
". SALE at Pars-im prices. 1 ,ai I C'CiwtIF, Oregon r'
1 '{ IIKXT-Thitr %bedroom low."' re.istrr, i-offee ur-i zad* I nua: P. Hall nail r:
.."'. .t.."1'1"1\1 I'artiatlr fur. ..!. ,,'1' ,1.1.t... ;..< t'".. 1 t. II SFC Rodney Buy A Dodge Truck They Stay Young longer!
.. i :: Frank \\'. Dryden Jr. will UM\ Owners' records snow
-Oi d. .1J: :X: W.lhllt11''' > ian depend on a Dodge.
j- ,'rphone li> llobtrFoil : ..."i: 1:1: :\T-IIf:,, .. lou.IoI"1j' ,.< Oct. 21 to attend the Light 4.- \1' operate over rough ofT-the-road area> \n>'. I .-11; r truck I life, due to features like shot-peened 9
i' TfniiAvenue| n<'ar I'tis M.itu; \ u : Weapons Infantry Leadf haul big I toads; in all kinds: of weather," says Mr" r. ,tr .ixle shafts sfcja! stec) alloy spring, war- and
taN'TTri il 'r, furnishedFufitdaire \so! :1-rooin .trate J T JjuicltsIKM [ ,
and g.i4o\i. H.j-: add.Mon Course at the Infantry School. Ft Hanson. "Our work is plenty rough on truck //11' a rL'.tdnt valves, ru.-.tpr'Xyfed sheet metal.
: I built on Kc.jsunable. 3: HKXS FOI: ;SAI.K s.-r v xieh i from Oct. 2t througi I but our Dodge 'Job-Rated" truck can really take it ... .
blo.-ks from center of town :Mrs Iii C lo\; 1411. alio-n! :' !I1I... Benning.
..: ,J Howling". Sr :...; \\' Till :Ot. n.-ith .of Sta rk."n fli rhiv\.iv 3*'l 'Feb. 24J You'll V a 'K. hhinthriit "We've found, for example that we haul bigger See usfotfoy far Mo best 6uyrjowco /tiel.!otftrliol1.,. .
1'1. n. l1 -J Itchg ____ In without in
I : J is to payloads overloading a Dodge. Ourmaintenance
This course designed qualify you trade to _
FOR RENT- Two bedroom unfurnLshed TURKEYS READYCome tc men to become leaders and instructors trade with .a\1' monej cost is exceptionally low, too, and

house. M. F. Hazes :; Opal's Turkey Farm. Florahome in all phases of mfantrv us. this pays off in extra economical operation. OD'6E "
TRU ms
221 Lafayette St. Itr.X5R I Fla. for a nice young turkey for' weapons. Much time in the courseis "And Dodges are sure dependable, day in and D 1J.. .

11 miles our special dinner. Visitors wel devoted to leadership and i i" Chas. C. ShepherdGuaranteed day out they really put out the work."
SALE-My home.
come. _l-<:h : many ways is similar to the Officers
south of Starke on Highway 100

6 rooms and bath, 3 bedrooms, 90 \ DRESS ROUTE SALESMAN- !' Candidate Course' HARDY
Much of the training in the
foot wall. Good water system. 1f ynu are interested in selling RADIO & TV
; unit recently has been on domestic
large chicken house, 2 acres !f shoes along with your dresses anc1 I
disturbances. This that Sales and ServicePh.
j is done
Nice large yard, garage, completely have been in business a yar or 600 TEMPLE AVE. STARKE FLA. PHONE 69
the men will know what to do if ,
furnished.\ J. Eaves. Starke I more write to 1122 Kirby St. 239 Starke.e.nflflflsflsflssflarfl
2tp-1017[; Palatka: Fla. Stp-1074: i! they are called out in an emer- For better roads and safer rides support PAR-Pro/ecf AdeQuate Roorl.s -

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