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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 24, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Committee Endorses ERAFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH





Stevenson; Donates CashEradford Official County Publication Established In 1879

\'()r\n: SEVEXTKFOUC STARKK "
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n.oRm.I1mH\ (KTOBER: 21. 1932
___ .. _____ M I MIIEU KIFTEKN:
Democratic Executive Committee is still 100
County's per cent Democraticand

it wants the world to know it I Tornadoes Will Have Lay-Off Tonight

In marked contrast with subversive tactics employed by certain hybrid committee Six! Informations

in a few of Florida's counties, the staunchly Democratic Bradford committee, in a special

mppt.inp Wednedavs: afternoon! After 28-6 Win 1 Oven New Smyrna
"' -- -- -- -
1. Passed a strongly-worded,
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resolution giving wholehearted endorsement -

to Adlai E. Stevenson | RESOLUTION ADOPTED BY TilE BRADFORD The Tornadoes rut loose two fast carry for 1 yd., tackled by Oarner Filed Against Dealer

and John J. Sparkman. the partY j,' ,, backs last Friday night for a 28-6 and Teston Mallory punts
nominees for President and VicePresident COUNTY DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE victory over New Smyrna Beach from own 28 to Thomas on his

respectively. COMMITTEE AT SPECIAL CALLED MEETING; on the home field. own 35, returns to N.S.B. 3S Pn>-

contribute $200 from Delano Thomas, fastest man on vali 8 yds. Teflon 3 yds.. through 1 Court
to
2. Voted OCTOBER 22, 1952.VIIEKEAS J High Upholds Judge Murphree
committee funds to help wage the the squad broke through for scor- middle of line. Penalty of 5 yds Jaycees May ;

and national ing jaunts of 65 and 73 yards on BHS for backfield in motion
state
campaign on I \ the Bradford ;,
| County Democratic ExecutUe Com- I
| while teammate Ed Prevatt acor- [ Shaw: loses 2 yds., tackled by Dowling Sentenced For Contempt
levels. mitt*** U the legally constituted governing body of the Democratic (
3. Also endorsed by resolution ed twice also, one on an 82 yd. Johnston< Prevail 4 yds. Martin Organize
all nominees of the party that will (I << Party of Bradford County, Florida, AM), run and the other from 1 yd. out. i 01Prevail QB neak for 4 yds. and a 1st
touchdown i down. \V. K.: ( Billy) Dowlinp.I i one t time i Stark automobile t ( d.l -.
on the November 4 ballot. i WHEREAS, this Committee, believing a.. it doc in the t"0- had a 68 yard Prevatt 10 yds. for another t.
appear Setting the tone of the meeting party ", )"stern as the best means for effectuating the principles I run called back when a team mate 1st down on N.SE lSd line (Chanter t Here er. will face trial at the November 10 term of Circuit! dnif
Committee Chairman G. P. was caught holding and a 44 yd. '' N()rm'ln's, pass to V. Teflon m- on six informations filed airainst him this week \bv) Stit.! "->
was of dt'mofralltot'rumt'nt, AND -
Wadsworth who had previously ''run called back for the !same compl< 'le. Prevatt tackled by K-f Attorney T. E. Duncan.

announced his personal support of WIIERKAS, this Committee, representing a' i it does. the1)etnoeratlc reason.: I,I side of the line after yd. gain The prop',-.ctI 1 100I1 ion of a Filing of the informations on tional sales ('ontracthkh i.1

Stevenson and Sparkman, and Party in Bradford Countdt'.irl'S to do !its part in Tnomas was the only Tornado'play Thorna." 12 yds. on a reverse to Bradford County Junior Chambei charges of obtaining money under been executed! by" Adams i I' ,

who had declared that if he preserving the Ideals of the Party and in working for the bst I! :o the whole game, offensively N.H.B.: :2 yd. line. Martin on' QB of Comm"'ice will be discussed at false pretenses and issuing worth ''I able to Dowling upon whu h "n ',.

couldn't support the party's nominees j interest of our l beloved ('mlntrXU, intercepting one pass and sneak lacks 1 foot going over for S p.m. Tuesda> Oct. 28, at tht: less checks almost coincided with was which a he balance due of $7n!> i .,
he would feel morally ob r. I IiIRts breaking up several more. score Prevail scored. Patray's courthouse in Starke when a the sentencing of Dowling to 9C retained till.t t t. 'j
truck. ,
ligated to resign from the com \\- this committee believe that the .nXmiintTS, of I Ronald Patray, extra point kick for extra point good. tillS group of Jacksonville JayceesiP days in the county jail for contempt states that The information 1' '
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mittee. the Democratic Party are worthy of the support of the. members I kicker, booted 4 across the bar lead 146.Crawford. meet with young business anc" of court in connection with in fact" did Dowling not have"in I truth .

Wednesday's meeting was attended of the Party and of all Joodnwr <'ans and that the ln-st interests I, for a perfect night. AgahutI ;; kicks from own 40 to professional men of Starke am' his refusal to produce his business to the truck and that th K.It.\,, \" "' d!

by all but three member of the Country \\ill he promoted by continuing the Demo- I Fletcher B squad I'atray booted Mallory on own 32 tackled thereby Bradford County. records during the trial of a civil tional sales contract
>
was ivn>\l- ':
and Heading the local that if suit pending against him in which
of the group: Lorenzo Green cratio Party in (power in order that it may move forward in the 5 for extra points but one was Crawford. Carr fumbles and group valueless by reason nf an u
Sullivan both of whom were recovers for 2 loss looking into the proposed organ- Florida B .nk at Starke is plain
A. L. building of a rc'atc'rnwr <'a and in the preservation of human nullified by an offsides penalty yd. Brown's paid conditional sales :agrei-n i .
out of the county, and E. A. Sapp. | Zack Crawford in the forewall jump pass over center to 1I0ward. ': izalion of the Junior trade body tiff.A executed by Milford K \
and rights. I, are Doyle E. Conner commitment for Dowling tc C.mij-ti.;
and Jerome
The vote on the resolution tr1 and Gene Shaw as linebacker were broken up by Rivers. Brawn's payable lo Dowling, which t ig' ,
also on the motion for making a NOW, TIIEKKFOUE: :, the Democratic Executive Committee of outstanding on defense. pass to Carr knocked down by Johns be taken into custody was issued meat had previously been :a.ssiL"..

campaign contribution was unanimous Bradford County in a special meeting assembled does' wholeheartedly New Smyrna Beach scored Thomas. Pass from Mallory in The Jacksonville delegation wil! by the clerk's office here Wednes- by Dowling to Commercial < V i
the 13 members be led by Charles W. Johnson Jr., day and turned over to SheriffP
among endorse the Democratic nominee for President of the first midway the initial period punt formation to Carr incom- Corporation and CCC' hei.l.1 '
present. I'nited States, Go't'rnordlai E. Ste\enson Jts nominee for when quarterback Brown connectP lete and ball 1oeo'er: to IllS on resident of the Jaycees of that D. Reddish. to the truck as 8ecunn r. i '
Chairman Wadsworth read a N.S.B. 30 yd. line Norman's city. Mr. Johnson is a well-known Dowling had taken an appealto
Vice President of the United States, Senator John J. Sparkman, ed to Billy Carr in a grt'atr catch pass payment of the unpaid pun\ I hi:
accountant and has the Supreme Court asking for areview
letter he had received from Al R.McFad'en. intercepted by Paddon oif own 20. a branch of.fice price of the vehicle b
Finance Director of I its! nominee for I'nited States Senator HClno ahle Spessard I.. over the goal for their only score New relurns to own 25. Paddon's pa.sfrom in Slarke. Other members of of the orders whereby > Campii-.

the state campaign stressing the Holland, its nominee for (;o\'rIlnr, Honorable: Dan McCarty, its Carr and Toby Norman were pitchout to Carr incomplele. the North Florida city's committee Judge Murphree found him in contempt Similar informations thai h' >

need for funds with which to wage \ nominee for Congress from the Eighth District .Honorable I). I:. ,I i Smyrna's Ed outstanding--players.rushed the ball for Flat pass from Brown to Carr are Stale Jaycee Vice-President of court. The high court Dowling defrauded I the 1 l. -
Prevatt
"a most aggressive campaign for :Matthews, and all of its nominees for other State, District and total! in 20 trieJ'4 Awhile complete for 11 yds. Brown's pass ClydeV.. Simpson and Inlerclut: upheld Judge Murphree's decision, Motor Co of $1,150 in mnn. < '
198 yds. !
nominee in the Relations committee chairman opening the way for the sentencingof : with the sale of 1950 ('he\r.. ,
Democratic a
intercepted! Thomas
every County (\ffices and does pledge its best efforts to bring about Delano Thomas in 6 tries rushed by on own 38.
State of Florida". McFadyen further returns to X.SB.12 line the George B. Endicott. Dowling on the contempt .' Deluxe Tudor: $1 t'l.'m)) .
the election of stun' nominees and directs its! officers to proceedto 1 for 133: : yds. I yd. as ,
stated that ". we' have \ half ends. All young men of Bradford charge. connection with the sale of a I i''I. i
proved conclusively that the 'big wage \igorous campaign in sopport of the Democratic i I The Tornadoes will be idle to- County between the ages of 21 Four of the informations filed Ford Victoria Coupe; $1.17.:% t

money' is supporting Genera! Party and Its nominees and to urge the voters of Bradford |Light but have Oeen busy preparing half Mallory from kicks off to start second and 36 are invited to attend the here Wednesday by the State'f connection with the sale of a 1'1,1'. '

Eisenhower therefore we are compelled County to go to the polls on November 4th and vote as good i|, lh>?:r next opponent: :Mac-: 25 and returns own 40 12 to Shaw on the meeting next Tuesday night. Attorney named the Duval Motor Ford Club Coupe; and $UIICI:!'

to depend upon good Democrats i Americans on behalf of the Democratic nominees to insure "sound" cKnr.y, here Oct. 31.STATISTCS. ; yds. to the 37. ('0. of Jacksonville as the victimof connection with the sale "f a !II".,d>
Prevail middle
for 7
up
yds.,
throughout Florida for : an* progressive government in State and Nation. tackled by Mallory. Teston tackled Mrs. Julia Hoffman Dowling's questionable! financing. Deluxe Chevrolet Tudor S. t i.n
their contributions, no matter One information namedG The information involving I tl.
I by Howard after 1 yd. gain.: PieD J
ies
how small. We have been able tc Bh1 NIl In ClearwaterMrs. F. C. Corporation as the victim sum of $1,175 declared that I n I >u i
vail loses 1
yd. Prevatt kicks
make a fine showing against the i 1.t: })owns 10 9 I from 41 and the sixth information cast ing issued a worthless chic I K : <
overwhelming odds that have been l' Yards rushin. 3H 48 own to N.S.B. 23, ball Julia Wall Hoffman. 82 Ralph Adams in this role. the company for this amount '1 >
;
RADIO AND TV TIME SCHEDULE i ; downed .
byVeldorj. Penalty of 5
dyds. ied
stacked against us financially 1 I Yarus 3 39 Sunday at her home in Clearwater Dowling posted a total of other three information.- \\ >
I Passm .
N.S.B.
However the saying 'now is the NATL. DEMOCRATIC BROADCASTS Total yards 3-13 101 ,! down on and gives ball buck IHS! a 1st after being in ill health for $5000 in bonds Thursday morning similar to the GFC one \\hi'. ': .1.!
brings
time for all good men to come tc'' Passes thrown 6 13 : on own some time. Mrs. Hoffman war $1.000 jo each of four of the dared that Dowling did n.4 i'' <,
i J49 yd. line. Prevatt
through midt the daughter of the late Lawrenceand cases! and $500 in two. Bondsmen
clear
title
the aid of their to the cariflvoie'l
Party' was never !'ass s complete 1 8 :
Here is list of die for 7
a national radio and television time yds. Prevatt 3 yds"ta'kl ,
: Josephine Wall of Starke were Lloyd Dyal of Brooker
truer or more appropriate. : Passes mtt'rc"ptt'd 1 2'' andsister and The sixth information dui.' ., -
Guy Andrews whose appoint. that has been scheduled for the rest of the campaign Fumbles 1 2 d by Norman. Prevatt 2yd3. a i of the lateV.. L. and B. Y. Saxon of Hampton.The that Dowling defrauded Hi1--l I I;

ment a.3 finance chairman for by the Democratic National Committee : : Fumbles lost 1 0Penalties for., but penalty of 15 yds. on EllS Bert Wall. She was a half sislerof wording of the information Adams of $200 by accepting ", -
I illegal use of hands returns i the late Mrs. W. run much the
E. pretty ,
Bradford has Bessent. sametypical amount as down
County beer.
just 3j 25 payment "t >
Oct. 24 ABC Radio ball to BItS
Friday- 2:453:00: : P.M. 45. Prevatt's
announced, attended the meeting 38 :;3 pass Besides her husband.. II. Hoff of the lot being the one that 1950 Ford half ton truck to ,I'> ,'
Punting average
pnd likewise voiced the need 'foci] fc Saturday-Oct. 25 CHS Radio 10:30: -11:00: P.M. I I incomplete Norman's pass to man, she is survived by three charges that on Feb. 4, 1952 Dowling did not have cl'-.n '

funds. He stated that he had received Saturday-Oct. 25 DuMont--TV 10:30:: ::00 P.M. I'lar By' l'iuy Thomas complete for 3 yds., shov- daughters] ; Mrs. AVillie Melcalf of Dowling "unlawfully and with the At the time of the transactionvehicle '

: a supply of the $5 contii I ,l\IQ.nday-Oct.\ 27 ABC Radio 2:45-: 3:00: P.M. 'o-captalns Dilly \\'ldo':1: and :i 1 ed out of bounds by Brown. Noran's California, Mrs. Thelma Johns of intent their and there to cheat Was subject to an.l, 1 -

1 bution certificates that are being] Tuesday-Oct. 28 ABC Radio 2:45: 3:00: P.M. Randall Martin met in mid-field i m pass intercepted by Swin- Washington D.:' C.. and Mrs. and defraud G. F. C. Corporation cumbered by a conditional,1, !'

used in a nationwide effort tc f r 'Tuesday-Oct. 28 CBS Radio 10:30: -11:00: P.M. I with Capt. Billy Carr and the of- Shaw|dell, returns and to hiS 17, tackled by j Emma Roberts of Clt>arwater. and fradulently to obtain $595 in. agreement, then unpaid. r\i..ii. -i!

finance the campaign with snial! Tuesday-Oct. 28 DuMont-TV 10:30: -11:00: P.M. ficia]?. New Smyna Boac.fe won, middle for Crews.4 yds., tackled Paddon through Funeral services were held money did designedly and falselyrepresent by Milford K. Campbell j 1"\> \ il h>
gifts from millions of Americans I' the toss and elected to receive. de- by RivI and pretend that herz1l to Dowling, which had "" II .1
Wednesday-Oct. 29 ABC Radio 2:453:00: : P.M. ers, Clark an.l Pi Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock'i;
ingle. IallorystOPPl'tl << l title
Air. gtxxJ to
Andrews stated! that he hail fending the southeast goal Zack a used 195C signed to CCC as security toi ,. > *
Thursday-Oct. 30 ABC Radio 2:45: : 3:00 P.M. Shavaftn 'in the Clearwater MethodistChurch
:
by 3
already sold about $100 worth of I I Crawford kicked from the 40 to gaining Ford half-ton (nick; "that he had I mt'nt of the unpaid pi., v 4
these ,' Thursday-Oct. :30 CBS Radi.V 0:30) : -11:00: P.M. yds. Brown ()'i Attempted pass of whichlie \<-i.-i i "iher. > 'old! *:i iid motorrhide, to .
special one
certificates which arc New Smyrna's 35, Billy Carr returning price of the vehicle by Caini/be''
Thursday-Oct. 30() Du\lont-TY 10:30 11:00 P.M.: trapped hy M'-dee for lia., of S K dphdIIII" .tml
Imprinted with an autographe! I' : : and knocked out of bounds held a rondi- t the States Attorne\ !said
; 31 ABC Radio 2:45; 300 P.M. yds. Malluri ki i ks from BUS 4 ISlo
appreciation from Governor Friday-Oct. : ; on Bradford's 48 yd. line. Mallory -
Stevenson. He said that any one Saturday-Nov. 1 CBS Radio 10:30: -11:00: P.M. I !lost! 1 yd., trying the middle of they t Thorms on |':. returns to IN

desiring to contribute $5 and receive Saturday-Nov. 1 DuMont> -TV 10:30: -11:00: P.M. line. O. Q. Brown fumbled for a d. line. Prevail 82 yds. 'or anther

a certificate may obtain one' Monday[ -Nov. 3 ABC Radio 2:45: 3:00: P.M. loss of 5 yds. Brown's pass tc e score. Puray's kick :again
good to give BItS 21-6 lead.
from him or at the Bradford \sirr complete for 18 yds and a a
Monday[ -Nov. :3 ABC Radio 10:30: -11:00: P.M. .
County Crawford kicks off after lou ,'>.
Telegraph.A.
ist down on BUS :30 yd. line. Pad-
p :Monday o:1: CBS Radio 10:30: -11:00: P.M.:
J. Thomas, veteran clerk of r\ .:. drop-pet! for a 3 yd. !lass by down from own 40. to Malloi\
Monday-Nov. :3; :MBS Radio 10:30 11:00 P.M.:
: :
the circuit ourt.. spoke briefly Shaw. Carr stopped for no gainb standing on his own 29, returns loyds. i
pointing out the great progres? :Monday Nov. :3; NBC Radio 10:30: -11:00: P.M. ;, Rivers and Prevail. Brown,I, to the 2J, tackled by Gain i

that had been made in the South :\Ionda-Xo\ :3 ABC-TV 10:30: -11:00: P.M. gains 4 yds. on an end run lackled I and Shaw. Brown trapped on at

under 20 yeais of Democratic ad. Monday-Nov. 3 CBS-TV 10:30-11: ::00 P.M. hy Garner Mrown's pass intended I, tempted pa
ministrations. He said that the Monday-Nov. :3 Du\Iont-TV: 10:30: -11:00: P.M. for Cair broken up Thomas on a 10 )'11. loss. Paddon tries mid l

Republican Party has nothing tc :\Ionday-Xo\ :3 NBC-TV 1O : 0-1l ::00 P.M. 4lh down. Ball goes over to BlIS;, die of the line for no gain. Cm I A ANNUAL PTA-SPONSORED CARNIVAL
offer that would warrant "making ,, on their own 29 yd. line. Teston around end for 11 yd3. tackled b.

a change for the sake of change." j i Note : The ABC Radio periods from 2:45: to 3:00: P.M. 3 yds. over lackle. Prevail all the Thomas and Jackson. MalK i\ I//(1AffrhIS ('IIOL( iROl'NDS; ) FRIDAY. OCT 21.

The meeting was also attended are for "It's Up To You" series Women's way ((68 yds.) for a touchdown. punts from 0'J110 to Thomas on '.
by State Committeeman Lex show Penalty on BUS for offensive hold- own 23 who starts out across field flilf1f Fried Chicken Supper Sened .") :.'{W() S ::00} } p.".

Green who announced that he intends ing and an off side penalty on L 'i is trapped and tackled by rormal'on

to make several speeches at New Smyrna: brings ball back to the 13 yd. line. Prevail tries --

the request of state campaign, Green To SpeakFor Elks BenefitMasquerade 32 yd. line Fumble by Te.ston recovered ]left side <,f line for 1 yd. Prevatt Six( New Members Grand MasterTo Pecan Auctions

headquarters. Set by N.S.B. after a 4d I. :13 yds. Bad pas. from center Taken Into Rotary Visit Baldwin

Party TicketLex gain. Carr tried tackle for nc (causes loss of 11 yd. Prevail

State Officer For October 30 gain. Mallory 11 yds. lackled by: 'quick kick from 13 yd. line part i- Six: new menhers were mthi* ;t. ,' Masonic Lodge
t Start
Shaw and Teston. Carr Ihroughtacklt ;ally blocked but an off-side penalty ,into th- Ptaikt- Rotary Club rthr .. Nov. 6th
Green (01 mel Congressman
Will Address -- -- --
The local Elks Lodge is sponsoring for 2 yds., slopped by GarJ J on N.S.B. gives IJHS another regular luncheon nci"Wednesday. : i II

Legion Post Here announces the following a Hallowe'en Dance and! ner. Brown around end for 9 yds.; down. Prevatt 14 yds. lip through The program \\ .t-

schedule for speeches he will makein Masquerade Party at the I'elicar being tackled by Rivers on BHS middle of lin- as the 3rd quarter charge of T H. Slade ch: ,n> The In) -t |,fcin ail'' 'inn) ,. ,nt l Of">,

David \V. Coding. Assislant Bradford County in behalf of'': Club Thursday night Oct. 30, beginning 13 yd. line. Brown's pass tc ends.: ( BItS baU on own 35 yd. ,of Club Service. I 'ten! season will be h'jj at t th .

State Service Officer, Florida Department the national Democratic ticket in at 9 o'clock. Proceeds- Carr over goal compM for toiu-h- line). Those who received their i ___ 4ITT 'ike State Farmers Market Oi
of Veterans Affairs, wil! down. Mallory's attempted kick Prevail up middle for 5 yds. arid bership pins at this time wi-r 1 'iirsday. Nov. 6, arcoidm., i iii
the XOt'lectian: will for the benefit of the Elk. ,
address the local American Legior. go : for extra point was no good. Score a first down., Prevatt 10 yds C. Hitch. GY.. Darnell. It L announcement y"sterda) >h.>
at Its meeting next Tuesday night Saturday, Xo1 Lawtey: 2 Crippled Children's Fund. N.S.B. 6-BHS 0. Thomas loses 6 yds. on a reverse. Bullington, Mack Futrh, I PNolin. vl.ilard: .Judd manager.: S.iit .'. \i.'

at the Post home on Wet Call a.m.; Hampton 10:30: a.m.; It was announced that various! Mallory kiclta from own 40 to Penalty on BHS refused by N.S.D and T. R. Connell. 'h gin .U 1 p.m.

St--e't't. according to Commander Brooker. 11:30 a.m.: Starke 1 p.m gifts would be given away. Those Prevail on the 25 and returns lo Prevatt 6 yds. through middle of The four branches of H Judd said that e 'imaop --- <.' ;>.

\\' H. Graham. He said that he has received a"playback" who come in costume will compete 35; )'cl. slripe. Thomas on 1st play line. Prevail kicks from own 4? service Club, Vocational I I this year range fromn/ i.medium i.

Goding, who has offices at the of Governor Setvenson's for a prize which will be awardedto 65 yds. for score. Patray's kick to Carr standing on the 9 yd. line nnmity. anJ International There I is ii'i if'i.i! i

Lake City Veterans Hospital will Miami speech which he v\-il! the best-costumed couple. There for extra point good and BHSn Penalty on N S.B. r> yd.give..? discussed for the b.'nefitJ' 'v> .n yet as to how the pri'e, .-,

talk on the Hospitalization Benefits present over his public address will also. be a door prize a (. leads 7-6. BuS 1st down and nullifies punt new member-. 'S but Judd said he i- *, "

to which veterans of World system. another prize for the winner of Carr kicks frm own 40 to Norman loses 2 yds. Prevatt the I t), '-t.Brooker."
War I & II and the Korean War i Mr. Green said that he invite the amateur talent contest. Brown on own 20. r. turns to own, thrown 5 yds. loss by Norman
members of the Bradfordites Buy
are entitled under existing law County Demo- The chairman of the dance commitiee 44. tackled by Norman. Mallory Norman's pass to Teston broker. Council
Cratic
He will also outline the procedurefor Committee to appear at the ., cr. a pitchout for 4 yds. tackled by I up by Paddon. Prevail kick::: Defense Bonds
making application for hospitalization -, meeting and speak in behalf of'': announces that due to the Teston. Paddon through middle from own 45 to Carr on his owr Votes To Install

and the priority system the party if they care to do so.i seating capacity of the club, a l for 7; yd". and a 1st down, stoppedve 27. returns to the 35, tackled by Bra-lfoid Countians havtin
used by the hospital in making -i He will also make a series of limited number of tickets have Gamer and Teston. Brown's Slade. Carr carries for 5 yJ,:. vested a total of $39.447: in I Ifrtise ', More Street Lights

admissions. ; speeches outside the county, the'' been set aside to be sold at the pass to Carr complete for 3 yd I.- again up middle for 3 yds. Carr Bonds during the pen '! ,
schedule ) At a re ent ,' ,
to be
meeting -
Commandder Graham announced announced later club's box office that tackled by Pringle and Gamer again for 12 yds. and a 1st down from Jan. 1, 1952 through Se;>
I Brooker: .
Green said. evening ; e'' Town Council 'fit t !I" > -
that the local Post is in the middle Admi $1.50 natiOn
of Victor
per couple. A Jon't, i'Vief i- "
of its 19)3 membership campaign 1 gain stopped by Clark and goes 4 yds. Mallory off guardr Baker Countians invested $11 I- \1! -' .
,
having signed up approx- i Dale Van Sickel few tickets are leYt and are available Teston. Jump pass over center 3 yds., tackled by :McGee.: Carr 834 in the same period; Urn.- : .'. : .j : and Howard was regretfully Wait i'-'r.: '

imately 125 members thus far witr- To Be Honor Guest at Koch's Drug Store :and the from Brown to Mallory good for around end for 1 yd. and Paddor County residents $7,460; and Clay i't: :.: 1 : ;( 01: ,: to fill the wa II'!"'

a like number to go before ending Chamber of Commerce. ,,r 10 yds. and a 1st down on BHS up middle for 2 yd*, and a 1st Countians S4S.720. The locationof '. vacancy.The
may M'ist-i Mi.1* t ;S'atc; '
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He stated that the Legion Nai,i At U of F EventDale be obtained Hum any member of 30 yd. line Carr gains 3 yds down. Brown's pass to Paddor the Navy base in Clay County Council dei-mt! '
tional Constitution was amendedin the club. through middle of BHS line. Can- gains 1 yd Mallory stopped at 'probably accounts for the larger Florida, will be guest: "f h'>n..,r *tI 14 :iddit rill; -'re. 'light.ft/,", .?'

19.r>0 to provide that Honorably : Van Sickel. the Vniversitv gains S yds. bUt penalty of 15 yd". scrimmage line for no gain 'total there. J I a meeting to be held at lioAIJr f lit If1-'' '"--I I l.'r -- W .' '

Dlsl'hargl'd'tt'ran9 of the of Florida's only AH-Americar Veterans on N.S.B. brings ball bark to BH3 5 Brown's pass to Hester broken up Lodge No. 217. tonight (Friday). preseiiI r.i-"r. "-r of IT, the r.ditiorm .. '
Korean War Hospital by Weldon. Ball will ; I., 1- a t'jfi. '.' '
39 line. Brown's over tc
were eligible for yd. pass lo goes
football star will be the honor Clothing Needed Preceding the meeting, a sup-
membership in addition to vet Fund IncreasesThe Phillips complete for 3 'ds.. tackled :- BHS on own 32 yd. stripe. Thoma lights.
will be served at 6:30 o'clock'
erans of World guest for the Florida Homecoming 'on a reverse: for 12: but ChildrenThere per The Brooker _
War I & II. by Rivers. Brown's pass lo yds. penal- For School councilmer) i. '.
All Bradford County Veteran !; Oct. 31-Nov.. The former local fund for Rehabilitation ": Carr complete for 5 yds. as the1st ty on BuS of 15 yds. nullifies All members" of the"" Baldwin." Mac accepted the bid of Albert H M.

and Legionnaires are cordially inVited }, athlete accepted an invitation is and Welfare for Disabled quarter ends. run. Prevatt up middle for 11 igreat need for warn! cler.ny, Lawtey, Slarke. Lake ler, Fairbanks-Morse dealer ':

to attend the Legion: Meet- I sued by university president, J. Veterans continues to grow, cMallory punts frorr. BHS :30 yd. i yds. Thomas 73 :yds. for another clothing for children frot fir-t Butler, Raiford, Brooker, and Gainesville, to drill a we,; ;'f"j!

Ings held! on the 2nd and 4th Tues Hillis Miller and Florida Blue Key, cording to Ben Suslow chairmanof line over the goa!. Ball brought t touchdown. Patray's kick for grade ace up. according/: to an Sanderson Lodges are invited and stall a pump complete with! t' ,
days of each month at the loca' the committee in charge of back out to me 20. 1st and 10 for 'extra point good and BHS lead announcement esterday by necessary piping and wiring '
Post Home. ]i honor fraternity which sponsors raising money here. RH3. Prevatt 11 yds., tackled by 2S6. Mr*. John Hall, secretary of I urged to atleniAttention provide water at the (V .-:, 'J' .

i i ii i'.. homecoming. The funds will be used for \, Crawford.. Prevail 44 yds.. pulleder Patray kicks off from own IC the county lied Cross. HaJJ

CEMETERYOKKING: Van Sickel is well known here seas Christmas packages and other :N.S.B. 25 yd. line but off-side to Carr standing on own 15 returns Clothing of all typei> needed I. i / Spooks!

j being the husband of the former uses in connection with disabledveterans penalty nullifies the gain. Thomas 16 yds. to own 31. Bro'AT including shoes coats : Waldo Talent Show

There will be an all-day Iris Epperson of Starke. He and and their families. 'loses 2 yds., tackled by Howard. thrown for 2 yd. loss by Palray 8\\t'stt'rpant..., and dreses.Mrs. j I A costume parade party myths

at Brown Cemetery near workinY'1 Mrs. Van Sickel are now residingin Serving with Suslow on the committee : Prevatt stopped by Ho-vard aft'rricking N.S.B. penalized 5 yd. for toe Hall said.Anyone phantoms', program eats a.'d Saturday night at 730 <> t\\I.>< '*

City on Nov. 1. A new fence wil! California where he is connected are Jerry Gay. secretary.Flay up 15 yds. Prevatt punlsr much time in huddle. Paddor hating dothlng of j g"3.m..s. Friday, Ott 31. 5:30: p.n.: will be talent night at the Ba.l!

be placed around the cemetery with the motion picture industry.A Stone, treasurer; Ar : from own 35 to Carr on 20 yd. line tackled from 3 yd. by Smith this kind is asked to It'ait on Ensey lot, corner Cherry and!! Park in Waldo. After the tal!!M

during the day. All interested native of Gaines'i11e'ar. Thomas Sr, Alex Yawn, Dr. A. VCovlngton. ball downed by McGee. Paddon Brown smothered by 3 EH3 play | at the Red Cros office in the i Laura Streets. Awards for best ; show there will be a free movl"..

persons are asked to come and Sickel pla'ed3rsity football at Chas. Hardy. Johr through tackle for 1'd. stopped ers for 11d. loss trying to get ; health clinic building on Churrk i: and second list costmres. A' All local talent is invited to 'f'

bring tools for working and r Florida 1927-29.; and wa< named I'I'I Godwin John Grew and W. H by Weldon and Shaw. Shaw 5 yds. away for a pass. Mallory punu :' St. j I I good time for all.Assemble tend Scouts will be thereT ] Jf

basket lunch. I I t I All-American in 192S. Graham. Carr 5 yds. Carr agam :)n th: from own 10 yd. line to his owr' :.spooki: .. Comm. V talent.

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'her brief residence in the SouU' agentit ""'............ --"- -- --
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that had 4
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-he has often wondered what _' 'I"IJI'u
In These Last Crucical l Weeks The Nation Must Choose Belll'eellDEMOCRATIC j i| makes most members of the DemI created for government loans, '%
I and started mon.) flowing 4
ocratic Party so intensely loyal tc .4
PERFORMANCE AND GOP PROMISESWith 1 their party affiliation. In the aiti- again, he got enough more to t- '4j'
cle reproduced below this editor !start building on that foundation. -

j thinks she has found the answer i ii 1 '4

the fateful day of election exactly trol of Congress, its control of money and "Now. he's sitting pretty I her 4'4

two weeks away, Governor Adlai E. Stevenson banking; its favoritism to powerful interests.1 i I sat and listened in complete: "fa all well financially again and liner I 1
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used his precious television time Tuesday its espousal of high tariffs high interest nation the other day to a "dyed- waving a Republican banner HeV f '1Rpltfcti

night not for a partisan attack on the rates, and unfair freight rates i in-the-vvool" Democrat. At last I forgotten completely that if the = 1p
I
found out what makes them- why
Democrats .
opposition party, not for a personal attackon "You paid exhorbitant rates of interest partloyalty means so hadn't pitched in tr '1r
very
save him he'd be out =
the opposition candidate, not for bigotry, for mortgages and crop loans. Noboby consulted much. there picking $hF till
1
-I| oranges for someone el-e > rZ'lFF'; '/1 _
nor for demogoguery. nor for refutation of you about freight rates. You just ; right now .. 4 4 ..

de.s-picable and unjust attacks made upon j paid; them. Crops sold for what they would'filled, \' This] with Democrat bitterness was considerably .. Quantity Rights Reserved Pric ... LIIIII, Thro ".o t ri'i 4
him by Senator Nixon. bring, because farmers' could not hold them' and as I lie named another fruit glow 4 4
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Rather did Governor Stevenson face his for higher prices. Ilitterly they watched listened I began to understand eij and another. And each one oi! >. !' Low! -Prices' 4
j how he could be. He believes sc them should have felt the I r s 4
expectant television audience as a man prices rise only after their crops had gone( thoroughly in sticking by party his words long distance.prick ut! > 152 Gall Street

whose preoccupation with the really vital out of their hands." I'' principles, and not letting the "Now," he continued 'not'. i' .
issues of this campaign have left him no I good be eclipsed by the bad. that what will happen to these bolter t It Slarke FloridaHunt's :
In contrast what has the Democratic Party
time for indulging in the vicious chargesand he cannot forgive the part bolt Do they think they'll get,; anywhere *
demeaned done for the South :? As Governor Steven till
counter-charges that have by jumping on the lieptib : "--- .. ..,... till
...
'7'\l': l .. ,
has said it -
"brought to
the lesser minds on both sides', who are engaged en! son you yourrightful Hi- didn't INcn. .. '1 )lican bandwagon Do they think till
, in bitter, last-minute controversy. place in the Union not as a matter) p\t'\at'tl-IIIII l his i implication ntman that by electing a Republic: Halves Calif.PEACHES .
I of charity, not as a sectional matter but because Californian for instance. ,
Quick to recognize this laudable quality J was that lie does not lielieve it as vinpresident t : l
in Governor Stevenson are those who have a happy purposeful people in a strong. right for the :South tu bolt the they will help out Uu] > 1 No.21 :! t

been in a position to best observe his methods prosperous country, is the Democratic goal I Democratic party just' because Florida citrus picture" Let- )ie-1 t ta 49C
! Here has come the richest flowering of they are dissatisfiedith moment and have ,i :in .,. 4
Tru-
I in i this campaign the newspaper reporter: j laugh!" 4
who are covering his every move, as well as: a great region our nation has ever wit- man. He implied he doesn't ap- t.. -" 4 4
that of General Eisenhower. It is significant nessed." |J prll't'| of "T rill 11:11I i"III" either "Not only that the.M} : a.: te\-i i > .. 'r'W"t.'t" ,' ,-. ,.,,..U'. ..-t'."'f.f, -l," ,.'",. A: 4
tillSVIFT'S
in this respect, to note that while the As the St. Petersburg Times pointed out but| it's .the cronvism that he ap- get the crumbs on th.ibV! Famous 4
,parent tugs to the roan not That's been Proctor & Gambles 4
proven it wont
editorial pages of the nation's daily press editorially, Governor Stevenson, in other the other ills ol the nation. He pen in the South htp 4
are overwhelmingly supporting the candidacy speeches;} has recited some of the other,i i !still thinks Truman; hu. dote a in Lake proven i injt: t there t I> 4 4

} of General Eisenhower, the political Democratic contributions to this flowering:!I good job in foreign policj-still named a prominent county"hut LitR.And I l h..> JEWEL TIDE 4 4

correspondents: for these same newspapers of the South : j j canted! that lie could not hate publican who worked r tea,,, t'i'! ,' .1.!I > 4 4
\ favor Governor Stevenson by about two and I avoided K >n'i all) more than lion of Herbert Hoou-i! > 4
Reciprocal trade ( which have ,
agreements; I could 1. 4
Dulleo in
a thebite
)I a half to one. opened foreign markets to our cotton, toliacCo Hf.iiM---a Devvej. a McCarthy "lie stumped the -talc Ion i Hi oo,> E LbCan 4

I In this connection Krnest; K. Lilllll..),. anindependent lumber, and minerals. or an KNrnhovvrr.: er. lie went from ren.-ui.i! ti, 3 69C LgeBox 111f2Ctill 44

P columnist writing in .the I (pn>- Farm price supports Which have assuredprosperity I Miami pleading Hoovei .s ,'',-,'
I FJsenhimerevsveek" states that "...roJII for our agricultural But he holds no respect in hi? More than that, he put $I)0tr nu' 1
economy. soul for the people who are bolting; of his own money into th,. n.m 4 I
(-on\ersalions, I know that stc'\('nSIIII K now The Tennessee Valley/ Authority which j
the party now. He called them i da campaignI know that h. -44
the personal choice of a numlxr of Washington lifted the Whole Middle South out of the j j I by name, and he framed the cause I saw the checks. >t CAP 4

correspondents who strongly I favored Ike ,slough. into its heritage of riche (The Ke-: I names in black. .. or PAMPA 3

in the spring and early summer, and that publicans call siuh projects "socialism".) i "So he won the state f.n Hoov *.

others are wa\ering.: The explanation fur Rural! electrification, which ha. brought: i|i Floridian]One was with a prominent influence Centra1" ,,': er And what happened! The He .... CORNED BEEF -0 z Cant 39C !

publicans j jj forgot him He cnuldn t
I Ihl.a's, IJndlfj, lies mainly in the new comfort and happiness( to our tarot Democratic = 4
party matte him heI
j even their .
get support w hen hi 4
character of the of the two K
campaigns candidates. Farm and home loan which have .
programs; I j declared.< "He came here withoulI ran for a state office -4
Stevenson's high degree of intelIcilual .- lifted the weight of \ortlwrllIwltlIInrt ,I I'" i| a thin dime and he has come up : Old South or Donald Duck I460z 4

integrity and moral courage ha.Lrn- from our hack,. : olScientific the wings of Democratic favor He reviewed the South under! >

ed their rt'-pt't't. EI..t'nhO\\t'r's political opportunism farming, including: Florida's new i i< He borrowed Democratic money 'Republicanism and compared It.- :
has at least lessened I the respectwhich and booming cattle/ industry. '| to get started. He used Democratic I!I' :status with the Demo'l'atar\ :: 0 RAN G E J U ICE 17C 4

most of them had for him. Mood and drought control, Midi as the ;I IS'iOH.OOO.OOO good will for stepping stones, : ]ministration. lIe pointed) to thtSouth's I 4

his (Kiseiihowcr's; ) concessions topolitical progress in the last I iiv, :' -4
( ) Central and South Florida then
.project. "And his'oice .
"years. He cited
Flol'ida'pto<;p. i E: Fresh Roasted
expediency{ in discussing the Korean ; scathing. "then he gut rich anc1 'I ity South Carolina'. o-oign' : 5
war and some other military and internatioiifcl A minimum 1 turned' He did because '
wage und maximum hour (program Republican. so Alabama's. 4
: questions have !>een dismaying," !'Ia4 which has given hundreds of tliau-and-. ';, he was sore. The labor unions 1.1!' >: VEL VO COFFEE LbBag 69C 4 4

I.indlt'),. of persons enough income and enough I'-i-iirr got after him. and he bad te'', "These" people just al'l'lt'i tmnk!: =. 4
time make some concessions He fount? | ing. he declared\ \eh'-iiienil\/ t 4
to vacation in Florida n-sorts. I '
This simple illustration of the difference he had to share his company I "The\ aren't looking at what his till
Social Security, wltiih has made the galm'l t: Vacuum Packed
in the views of the management of the big possible a little with those who : tory'been teaching I them li the =

newspapers) those who dictate policy from retirement of thousands. of senior rili/en-, for, him. He began to hate everything ;: get the (rnuntt. taken o\t-r ht the >: 4

behind glass-topped desks and those who many of whom are coming to Florida' to "spend' that smacked of real De Old Guard' Republican..iiam ASTOR S corrr f Lb Bag 19C 4 4

work at newspapering in the field is the crux I their sunset jears. : mocracy of considering llu ''! there will be chaos McCaithvisrr! I : 4 4
All theso things and many more are truly i other fellow's position of equal] : will wreck the \'t.J'fl't't'dou.. oi, > 4
(!! the difference between the two candidates | 4
I only a part of what Ilorida and (Ihr South rights of realizing there is _e i speech' they think their enjiuui' : a"" """ 'q;= 7""' ''' _-'-' __ ,_ __ _
and; indeed, between the two parties: which to life than mat. right now
> thev'll have to -Inn
have benefited tvvo personal gain. -
by during decades
of Democratic t:
No 2 Cans 3
t.-.ey represent. government. came isolationist in his thinking j.up then. Taft will wreck the rim : Argo YOUR CHOICE

Perhaps we may be accused of oversimplification i i- and consideied world affairs onlyj: i ed Nations just like the Old GU.IK 1 d!

but it, seems to us that the whole Commented the Times : "Florida Democratic ''in i the light of his pocketbook. i| did after World War I Tog t thei >. SLICED PINEAPPLE

thing, in the last analysis, boils down to the < leaders who are so flaccid in their "He turned on the very peop'e| they will set up new tariff bar :

fact that the Republican Party (though i it support of the Stevenson-Sparkman ticket who made him, and thereby di>. riers that will freeze world] ti.i-1: .... c

tries hard to conceal the fact) is still the have forgotten what it'i.. like to be in minor-sorted" principal and forgot gnat again and open the way for i Io't) ..: Pints Donald Duck 3
e.
party of the "big interests: ," while the Democratic its in Congress. They have forgotten the seeds of Communism to sprout m!

Party i is: the party of the common grim efficiency of the special interests when The i IH-mocrut continued 1 to bloom. They'll be so busy' m.ik, [ MAYONNAISE120z.
1 ing a mess' of
things at home ihewon't \' 1
man. If that is a demogogic statement: the compliant Old Guard was in power. They I "Then-right in I-ike County have time to se,, !h"<\ Stalinism

we're willing to be stuck with it. It would: do not remember how ruthlessly the South'se there'i ran rememberhim is working in other part: : 4

take some mighty convincing proof on th interests are trampled under foot when} the about in to the depression. He uas of the world:: They'll stifle ftee er f Donald Duck FOR /

part of the GOP to make us believe otherwise capitalists and industrialists of the North; He uas go losing l complete hi. !)business uudr\ 'r. terpnse Mv throttling initialm! ..

and nothing their party leaders havedone have exclusive access to the ear of the majority ; amias about to lose his home.He with the fear they inspirer P-NUT BUTTER 1I

in the past 20 years has indicated ) in Congress. couldn't borrou from Ili I "That's what's in slut for di.t ; .- > 1
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otherwise. Continues the Times: "It is a mess of pottage haul.-ten if the banks hadn't t bolters: who 'lil.e Ike' I like Ike
When President Roosevelt! inaugurated hi s lu'vn ilthc' of -'. ,1--._ -4
we are being offered by the Republi-; pn.cess failing: } too like him a lot. But I din, t P. _- till
great reform programs twenty years ago he can Old Guard for our votespottage the\ \\oiild not hair loaned to like the crowd that's laptur...: I TENDER PRIDE SKINLESS -4
realized that little could be done to better listing of co nhim.. HaitI..rt'II't loaning on him. and I don't like peoplih! < |
the lot of the common man a.s long as three- of promises belied by past performance citrus those ilavs so-\\ hal t hl\'!' short memories and no nn, ir.tuidt > Lb
fourths of the wealth of the nation was hills,of making mountains out of the mill(>- happened \ bunch of us J'III)I :m their souls. You rant 'A in WIFN I ERS S 39C 4
tidelands
oil, discrimination inm- together: and got him the i>iortrM \ '.1'h"'I'. loV.lltV." 4
hoarded in the hands of less than one percent "
ployment, ending filibusters in the Srnuh- 4
of the population., He started out deliberately and 'state's'rights..' .. '!..1.1i t Pp.E E ___ 4 4
to redistribute the wealth breakup 1 i '. t :understand tie! positnin ; iwir M 4
\
"We are being tempted} by impo. iMe i t 4
the old fortunes, and spread the i'e lit our .'
pohtii
money ; iap-! -it di '
visions of bringing our home ,, U. S. Good Beef Sirloin
troops from
Beef
ChuckS
around a little so that no longer would the == i 'iei-! \\ ho seem to he so 'ip-. '
,,!d song about "the rich get richer and the Korea and leaving the Koreans to fight their ')\'".u !the Tnlelands/ Oil I-MU II I- 1... 4

poor gel children" be quite so true. He dida i: own battle : by illusions that we can scan- rernemhei! Correctly, th. '.\ ,., P S TEA K
off the of t that t br, .. \
nler
menace world the US
pretty darn good job of it and some of Communism by :, \ dealt Ma'fh'' rL5ei for v< .1. i: i P.ut .- ROAST S
tough talk and at the three miles are '!la. hv
those who had to share their l'X'es'l'alth same time slash l r our < i d j 4
defense tii>- 'i ate -ni( !) i ,;!ni''u( 1I I the country of\ tht''h"i" -: =
little haven't : appropriations by billions. We art. ,. .
a quit howling yet. They'll'! i i tin-- t >:+; : ; s\, tvt not by just the fewt :N"- T ..
never quit howling as long as they can find solemnly assured that a candidate who has i lei-.1 t iin.* '!.n!go-; > j v ,',10'i dl the I happen to border 0:. 'V ." ,' Lb Lb
men like Senator Robert A. Taft to carry[ spent his whole life in the waste of the Army i more those I iase.v !h. r> :a newspaper and Gulf. 79C 39C 4

the torch for them. Senator Taft, incidentally : will stop the waste of vastly greater civilian! i does set fit to balk my I don't presume "o ki">-.\ )h: .\ t

is the gentleman who intimated in an government about which he knows nothing. 'candidacy. i \the wealth from the oil inId,\ In P .. .1-4
Your .,
interview several years ago that he thought] "Itehind all lliik. sinokesi't'n is the real to reflect own editorials seem to me a genuine understanding ]I feel that each .
state
shun d I --
automobiles were a luxury that should be only isu for Southernershat: the ?- till
Uepiililican of
the issues, and I was parti- !some of it. Florida needs it :., t Large Golden Ripe"ANANAS
for the favored few in this land of ours. Old Guard, did TO the South vs. what the t'uIarlpleased : ;
with
your treat-i more and better schools! high,
r
We suspect that he would have a hard time Democratic leanly did I'OK ment of the
the :south. On Hiss deposition. That j pay for teachers for orphan convincing: the masses of this for most Ihi. the re<'ord sx-aks| for it.."' !. It i- there is one issue where a moral prln.ciple i dren for old and penmle-s people': S 3 19Ctill

families today find an automobile a necessity 1 for all,)' clear-ejed, intelligent mature voter is concerned, and I believe etc.

rather than a luxury, but Senator Tall 'S to .lady for himself.r that what I did is the only thingan Son! f I>f t the) st.l'i .t ile! .- 'I I. u i

attitude, it seems to us. is typical of the r ",\ it i is equally clear that it i is the Old honest man could do under the poorer' than F!"i 11.: i :.> .. ,' i i ii'eOklahor.i > Crisp Calif. Green Top 4 4
circumstances. ,
thinking of the Old Guard GuaN whi : \T" \ '.! -rI've 4
Republican who. h ono- again: i is in the saddle on 4
as Governor Stevenson declares, "have had J the. (JOI' elephant. .\. Governor :Mcvenson out I am wherever prepared to fight that one iii.e-! ti'ipi ..j t.: "I'! C Be/is
and whenever th I If CAR
to be dragged kicking and screaming into said: Presidents conif and go. tint altitudesremain. opposition raises it, but it I is n.ost ROT I o 1 19C4
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the twentieth For .. -
century a political part. a a ,mane i Is encouraging to see editorials:; like'
tin sum total of in inheritance t-nvfoment{ yours show an understanding! o Let Us Thoroughly t
The io\rrnor siiimwd up the philosophy of
experience and attitude. the real issue involved. Agen Quick FrozenSTRAWBERRIES 4
the Democratic Tartj quite well Tuesday Wash Your Clothe* 4
Sincerely yours. 4

,night when fr.mtht'lit said roots hat he rather believes a tree These are the things that the people of Adlai EL Stevenson 9 Pounds S Cons

the grows: lop
course, likening; the roots of the tree to thevvvlfare sider and WILL consider as they go to the For 40c I It ,
polls on X November The real issues of this Dear Gene: 4
of the common man, who must have Land 0'
Sunshine
the noi-evjtiej, of lift' and a rcavin.ible amount campaign are not, as the Republicans( would Congratulations on the recent t FREE Bleach If Desired .t. 4 4

of before have us believe Corruption. Communism, distinction that came to the Tele Temple! Axe SUik< > Pound 4
happiness the of national welllieing
tree -
4
; can thrive.No and Korea. These are not issues because the oldest graph by Florida virtue:: weekly of its newspaperpublished being the UTTER E 7 SC 4
0 I
,tv'tlan of the country. a.s Governor Republican Party under General Eisenhower continuously under the;

Stevenson has ably pointed out, has )gained can do no more and will do no more about same masthead. We Will 4 4

more from this bate philosophy of the IV-ni- them than will the Democratic: Party under Also congratulation' on the t Superbrand 4 4

HTatic/ Party than has the South. To prove Governor Stevenson. Indeed, it is debatable wonderful leadership you are giv-: Dry Your Clothes

this he has reviewed the neglect! which the whether they will and can do as much. .lug for the Democratic Party ir. f Pound 4
the 1&52: campaign. You For 20c MAD1ARINE I E 19C 4
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=South suffered in the )c'ar.IIf KcpuUican The real issue of this campaign is what certainly 4
deserve
credit for this. In New Automati- : 4
control has been done and will Drier 1 *
from 18C5 to 193 broken only by the be done to continuethe Cordially 4

Cleveland and \\il-on adntini..tration'. efforts and achievements of the past: Charles E. Bennett .. 4

twenty years to better the lot of average Member of Congress i Superbrand Ice 4

"The Republican leadership did not ml reAmerican citizen and which party is best Second Distract Florida /

ly treat the South with arrogant and massive equipped to continue this To ICREAM \ Gal

neglect, it did more. It shackled the South who makes even a casual program.! study of anyone then Dear I'm )deeply{r. Matthews interested: TheVasheteria\ I Pts49C, \j 69C 4 4

and millions outside the South with its record there !in: \ >ur 4
be but
can
one answer. ;: editorials! and feel urged t', pu' '"'" -.- --. .' ,._ ,.._ ._ 4
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1932 BRADFORD COlrNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA _PA. _OF.--_ TIIRKlrTTTVTTTTTYTTTTTVTTVTfTTI ____----

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kinda of Milady's ties which will Everett, born Oct. 19 at t j enlarge old ones. TYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY ------- ---

make lovely Christmas gifts. The Gainesville hospital.Mr. We talked to Mrs. Harvey of

HAMPTONby president appointed Mrs. :Mary and Mrs Wylie Williamsonhad Whitehouse mother of our pas PINE LEVELby
Dyal to finish out the office of as their guests Sunday, Mr. tor, Edward Harvey ot Highland
I[.I secretary in place of Mrs. Ralph and :Mrs. B. D. Johnson and family She was in a wreck m9te than '
Mrs. Wm. W. Hammond Pearsall, who resigned. and Pat Williamson of Live two years a.;o -ir.rl is just now get i Mrs. II. M. MrllaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

uu.uu I I i :Miss Janey Rhoden of Gainesville Oak Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Williamson I tirg able to go around. ,:' 1 knew him
I(: Mrs. Alma Chapman and? and children of Theressa, Mrs i Mr. Smith: the music and art i j
We had
oellaneous) Shower a good attendancelast
Mi j 1!
I H. C. Smith and daughter Shirley teacher at our little Clay H>
Mrs. Wilma Stover of
children
The ladies of the Christian !:' and Merl Rhoden of Jack.sonville Mrs. Norman and son Larry of School, called on us last week. He Sunday morning at Pine Level|,
church sponsored a miscellanout'1shower ]1 Tampa Highland.Mr. was interested in the different Baptist church with 223 in Sunday I when ne R 3At ss to >s MB0MHHMKKMMMB

for Miss Helen Adkins i their mother were, Mrs.Sunday. John guests Black.of : and :Mrs. Donald Hill am" kind of pines and .other trees ir school. Bro. Alton Dobbs of Starke .
who became Mrs. Richard on Sunday Florida. preached for us at both services, \ LOOK WHAT HE
man, and husband.Mr. children visited Mr. and :Mrs. C. CHill i I
at the City Hall Friday eve in the absence of our: pastor Rev.
of Pamona Park the We had 20 in Sunday: Schoo'
ning. The hall was beautifully I and :Mrs. Eugene Birt accompanied I weekend. over last Sunday morning, out of the I W. E. Hail. DOES TODAY!
decorated with fall flowers and Mr. Birt's grandmotherMrs. 1 I' Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Patton of Orlando Wag onlX
0 'I Miss Johanna Daboa of Deland 24 enrolled. There'! was a good I
three tables were covered with Lane to her home in Tampa ,! was a recent overnight guest of crowd out Sunday night, in spite I and daughters, Alice and BETTER LIGHTING
lace cloths. Saturday, they also visited St i: Miss Martha Home of the rain to hear Rev. Carter I II Ruby of Ocala were visiting Mr. COOKINGREFRIGERATING

Miss Adkins, her mother, Mrs | Petersburg | Rev. C. W. Burton was seriously I and Rev. Eddie Willis. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis Sunday. II bi I"
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Adkins of :Mr. and Mrs. V. Owens and go. ig
J. G. Adkins, and the groom'zmother. ] I ill over the weekend. I see where Sam McGarvey says j i son [ WATER HEATING
Carlisle Richard! Winter Haven spent the weekend 1 Robert and G. W. Harrison and I __ '"
Mrs. G. Earl Matchett who has beer He's going to send Alice: here sc I II WASHING
met at the door Mrs. G. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J : i the son Brady of Lake Butler were I .
were by I sper ling the last three months ir I I I can teach her how to nunt I II
P. Wadsworth and Mrs. Lynn Hall E. Adkins.Mr. Baltimore Md. returned tc I quail that are in their fields. Well. dinner guests of the H. M. Me- IAA CLEANING
i
Each was presented with a beau and Mrs. J.V.. Priester of I Hampton Friday. I Sam, I can't teach her to huntquail Pores Sunday.
I i I I
tiful corsage and escorted to chairs Macclenny and H. W. Priester and Mr. and for I never shot one in my David Southerland has receivedhis
Mrs. W. A. Saxon and TELEVgRECC N
in the center of the room. Games' son Wade and daughter Sibyl of! son have :I life. I'm like Alice-think they're discharge from service. We :
Billy returned from West
were played and prizes were won I Palatka weie Sunday guests of Palm Beach where have j I too pretty to kill. I just go aftei Were glad to have him back at i AVERS
by Miss Adkins, Mrs. Fred Dodd the Gerald Adkins family and at 1\ some time. they spent I the birds and animals that are church Sunday. I TIA &-<\3r tEs
and Mrs. Borne Punch and indi tended the Adkins-Richards wed 1 I destructive. We have our neck Mrs Ella Neal of Gainesville : SHINGGE
vidual iced cakes were served to a !1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gaskinr of the woods about cleaned out I and sister Mrs. Margie Underhill 'c DISPOSAL

large number of relatives and ding.Mrs.. Fannie Meade spent several : and sons Jimmie and Tommy, I now and Jim says he's thinking of Starke were visiting the H. M. COFFJE MAKING

friends. Miss Adkins received I days last week with Mrs Palatka spent the weekend with of taking me up to the Okeefe- ,, McRaes Friday of last week. Also t
many lovely and useful gifts. I Wesley Halek and Mrs. T. J. I Mrs. Gaskins' mother, Mrs. Ena I nokee Swamp. But if Alice think*'II Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Reynolds A 15 ACTINGSTING
rehearsal of the Perry. i Nazworth, and children. of Miami were their guests Tues l
Following the I !I she can learn anything from me. td FOOD MIXING
Adkins-Richard wedding Mr. and i I Mrs. Louise Manier attended a Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Halek en- : why let her come on up, but be day.
Mrs. J. G. Adkins entertained the :;. club for the deaf at Jacksonville [ tertained at their home Sunday j sure to bring a fast shootin' gur Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McRae and e YARD LIGHTING
two immediate families with a Saturday and attended church 'last week honoring two birthday and a good hunting light. son were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mi LAWN MOWING
dinner Saturday night I there. i I and a wedding anniversary. I I C. K. Andreu at Panama City GRIDDLES

Home Demonstration Club Mrs. Emery Brown returned ; birthdays were those of YYYVTTYVVTTYTVTTTTYGRAHAM WV 1 Saturday and Sunday.A r WAFFLE IRON

The Hampton Home Demon. Monday from Gainesville hospital j Carter of Starke and Sgt. Holland surprise birthday celebrationfor .. l1"I swsmesr.iir. m SHAVER
stration club met Friday at the I where she underwent an opera. I Brown of Cedar Falls. Iowa Mrs. B. M McRae and Alton ) i FOOD FREEZERS

City Hall. The meeting was open. tion Tuesday of last week for ap ; son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dobbs was enjoyed at the home Ll. CLOTHES DRIERS ,
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ed by the president, Mrs. Wm. W pendicitis. I Brown of Hampton. The by Mrs. Bonnie McKimieyu.u..u..u.uu.uuL of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae' AIR CONDITIONING

Hammond, reciting the Lord' j I Benny Jackson was a Sunday anniversary was that of Mr. anc I last Thursday night. A hundred WHEN MOTHER HOME VENTILATION
Prayer. After a short business' dinner guest of Master Walter I I Mrs. Robert Brown. The gue::: or more people enjoyed this oc I '

meeting Miss Dorothy Ross passed Young.Mr. were Mr. and Mrs. W. D. I Guests of Mr and Mrs George I casion. WAS A GIRL... HOME WORKSHOP

outrpatterns and instructed mem and Mrs. Ralph Pearsal! I J and children William and Rivers Sunday were Mr. and MrsP. I Come to the services at Pine ... LIGHTING em xxo ir. DOOR CHIMES

bers how to make three different are the proud parents of a son I of Starke, Sgt. and Mrs. II S. Crews of Raiford. Mr. and Level church. Sunday school IC ......? IRONING OME MOVIES
i R. Brown of Cedar Falls, Iowa and a.m. Preaching at 11 am. Youth JDAY LIGHTING
Mrs. Atwood of Jacksonville 1 \\ A Few
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown meeting Song and church
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ellington and I pm I ( MotorDrivenAppliances \ INSECT KILLERS
the host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs.I j-ervire.i at 'S pin Everyone \'el '' L El RIC TOYS
I of Starke. I
baby I _
I '
Halek. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moody and I come : T_ __ Etc Etc. Etc
: mmwafer Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Gray family of Jacksonville spent Sun- ,

: :. Tampa have returned home day with Mr. and Mrs. Johr Yes ''Mother's( little helper" is her itai/gbter'i
\ spending a few days with Moody.
1 son, Rev. Bob Gray, and family. : Henry Osteen of Plant City has biggest help. Yet he still works cheap. Just

:3' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Whidden returned home after a two week 1yi oivide your electric bill by 30 days..and by
children are living in Bunnell visit with his brother-in-law and
the present time. sister Mr. and Mrs. John SurrencyMrs. NEW TIME: 'Q' all the chores he now does, and }you'll agree::
.
heater/ Mr. and Mrs. James Flake Watson and Mrs. c.d.I Afchct fr.o) I..I> c .... ..: i js totayfs| ft/agest) Bargain!
Flake Watson -
visited
the John Surrency FRIDAYS l PJOPM
and boys of Orlando spent :
: who is a patient in the Lake
I weekend with the D. W. Johnson's
:I W. H. (Uncle Walt) Griffin h City hospital Thursday.Mr. .
i sold his home to Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Earl Starling and (11 FLORIDA POWER & LlGH'-COMPANY"f"
needs 'IC. (Buck) Dennison, and for son of Gainesville spent Sunday
Earl's mother Mrs. Kate i
I with
no Beden-
present is living; in the
I baugh store building. Starling. HENRY, DOES OUR AUTOMOBILE
C. M. Dennison of Gainesville i Mr. aril Mrs. Russell Starling
j INSURANCE COVER EVERYTHING?
and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal were ----
spending a few days in town. '

flue | W. H. Johns, youngest son in Mr.Tampa and over Mrs.the Olin weekend.Graves anc1 what does "everything"
JUST
.
Johns,
or chimney Mr. and Mrs. Thornton I J
1 his forehead on a pane of i I daughter Sherley of Daytona mean,as applied to automobile
1 Beach were visiting relatives ir insurance? Here are a few of the
glass at school FridayThree ,
Waldo and it should include 1 1I
stitches were required to close thI Graham Saturday nigh' things : protection
I wound. and Sunday. against loss or damage by l
j I
j C. J. Frazer and J. M. Frazer fire, theft, collision windstorm, \
News is scarce in town thiI I
conneetion. I week due to the rainy cold weaI ; left on an extended trip to Ilh- hail flood, cost of emergency \ \ \ I
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I ther. I nois and Ohio they will be away towing service, and the liability I

o ;|I four weeks. imposed upon you by law for I dl h"
I !SCHOOL' XF.WS Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs I : I
injuries to other persons or their r. :
I Mrs. Ola M. Perkins tl't:! John McKinney were Mr. and MrsV. ,.
Homecoming Grace L. McKinney of Gainesville property.If
You
can \pub it i Church in Lawtey last Sunday. j J. L. Burns of North Carolina am' you are in doubt as to whether I H /

j Dr. Kate Wofford and Dr. Ele- Horace McKinney of Hampton.Mrs. your present automobile insurance Kc" ;

nor Green of the University W. A. Fowler and son Willie is up to date,get in touch I Krilium tjI 1
Florida : Jr. of Ga. ..
were visitors at our Alma were visiting with this "
.
We
i agency at once. I I n
last Friday. afternoon. Dr. \\'of.I her niece Mrs. Irene Ratliff and ----
close the I ford( ( plans to bring some Turki!: 'nephew Horace Cain last week. can give you expert advice on SOIL CONDITIONER \ /
the subject. '
to j students to visit our school in I Mrs. Charlie Frazier of liam; ( Special MERLOAM Formulation y

i near future. I j spent the weekend with her parents -

:, The third and fourth graaes enjoyed I,I zier., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fra- I H. C. Wall AgencyConstant iI '

; corn popping last weekPercy 1 i ,
Pfc Morns Starling of :North 1e
Sullivan
Service
brought a Over
Carolina spent the \\. ,'k'n,1. with
popper from home and 60
Elbert Her- Years- A
kitchen hebathroom. his parentMr! md Mrs II
or t j sey brought some popcorn, and Please Phone 1 16ALVAREZ'
good time was had by all. Starling

I I The 7th and 8th grade boys \'
been studying the musical instruments M 'It.'n s Clothing:

and have illustrated STORE Estibli.hed: )ISlt! I
] work with drawings. Some Here today. for garden

., planning the more to ambitious make some students your)

i musical instruments in t he wood
work shop. 1 I 1p It's here you con condition soil to a
I now depth of 3 inches to 6 Inches.K' .
Miss Home's pupils are prac ::urn.* the original soil That's all there is to it-there is
icing for a play which they i ip'.iMT' 1 : developed exclu110 going buck and/ repeating
Shorter present in the auditorium *omtime i-',: l by Monsanto Chemical the treatment in small doses.
STIONO
pipe ( in; (M v and tested for years
soon. Another thingone Kriiiumsoil
o '. 1 Roots
t e ti ifiiTMs in all parts of conditioner treatment
Some .
interesting films Oi 'i L'' 'cd States.
= lasts for years. No one can say
shown in the auditorium last week exactly how long however nfi
The theme of the films was What IsKriiium Monsanto tests over 3" years
,
1 show no diminishing Sects Krfliura soil condition" ,r 'I
runs form and structure of .I.Iafo Soil Conditioner? during this period. used to advantage : +
give in a democracy. They were espei u t I. ,-lisa: synthetic chemical things grow around tI.! > I .
youhot tally gardens,flowers,law)"' I' ,
interesting the pupils wh. \ Tiickly, turns hard: clay Easy To Apply .
: m. l window boxes,potted i
are studying U. S. History. fi! Ii'!"problem" soils into
crumbly: particles rang- Apply it any time flit ,,. .J
The 7th grade is ... workable.
making a r d p a from a pinhead to a
of birds. This is a unit which in 'I'1'-- :('-;ult of this action is -
\ dudes English science h.imcal Krilium \;;- )
faster and /
wafer art V'f
This grade has recently read f. ::t.l./; : r or plant-food M....../-I

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lovely poems about buds -_ I k k J a >
inspired: them to explore this i= What Does Krilium .

of> learning. E r Soil Conditioner Do? Tirrliummilconditioneriseay
1 Merely spread on soil WINDOW bits
and I Charles Manier is showing surface, spade in, mix thor-
help save ; interest in the study ofth(' oughly, smooth over, water
you We are glad to have Charles J"i# :) 1 down FOR LAWNS..;

our school this year and! hope Since soil is loose and crumbly, Building and Rebuilding
it readily absorbs moisture.
continues to do suih 'P:j ,' ... Water doesn't "stand" on sur Monsanto Krilium soil conditioner
I work. < face. is especially useful in
ltit-
!I! needs CONCRETE I building new lawns and in reSoil -
.I Raymond Moody waM, k onday pavementHIGHWAY CONDITIONED is quite porous-therefore pairing "spotty" lawn areas. In
money last week and mise<1 s. hool SOIL admits aIr; readily, gives roots general: it is effective when
: iMtfl I a chance: to brrathe. Roots more worked in to a depth of only
V Ir..1: : 1 ro". tidy l..rie'rt'e r,,Ill' spread :.T! inches Pr 'rpiure is the same
TTTYYY..YYYY. ... traffic has increased ( f ': ;.: : 'r -. r ;t. tI',e f.rir.crJliport to ,. '->r othiT .ipjjl.c; it'i -. work
steadilv in weight ,
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u b" l\ *\ y O'.e a.p.; a-n: { .ji.U. iii t.'wrou;;hly .
SEE THE NEW mo LONG BRANCH Yet for more than a quarter of a _,.,1,.__.

century thousands of miles of portland cement con

ELECTRICWATER hj )[r... j. I., Stri
uulAAALAA low-annual-cost service-while earning most of the I ,

heaviest traffic year after year. I i
Mr Strickland and I
the Association at Macedonia Concrete meets every exacting requirement of modern i

HEATERS a messengers from the Mission. ,, highway traffic. It lasts for decades. It costs littleto I I

had Rev Seddik W. Girgis -II maintain. Its gritty texture is geared to tires for : FLORIDA DISTRIBUTORBOX

TODAY. the First Baptist Church. ). quick, safe stops. It increases highway visibility. I I

Egypt with us and he gave a j i What's more, concrete meets these requirements II I 44 OSPREY, FLA.
+.>t. R r derful talk on the needs of hi
t'. people It seems the great need economically. That's of interest to you who pay the _----- MAIL THIS TODAY ------- f

llWINKLER for Bibles and I promised that I bills-you, Mr. Motorist. It's your gasoline taxes, your I Enclosed is my (check) (money order) for $1.69 for a Mb. pig. or J6.95 for an ,

$ jLd. would help get donations for : license fees and other taxes that pay for paving. Insiston i economical l 5-lb. pig. of KRILIUM MERLOAM FORMULATION. My order will ,
cause. Anyone who
would
like concrete pavement to get the most for your paving I I arrive prepaid.
Contribute
., to his
please give their great contributions work dollars. I Name . . . .. . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. . . I II

me Another and I will good send speaker it on. was PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATIONMortgage I Street . . .. .. ... .. . . ... .. .. ... .. ......... .. .. . I

M. Johns of the Children's I Grantee Bldg., Atlanta 3, Georgia I city . . . . . . .. .. . . .......... .. .. .

ELECTRIC SERVICE at he Lake and his City.wife In have the last reared 20 ) A national organization to improve and extend the uses of portland cementond :I My Local Dealer's Name . . . . .. ... .. ." . .. I Il
!j 1.500 children concrete though scientific research and engineering field work -----
quite a large ----
PHONE 166 i: ly. They raise most of. their r 4

222.224 Temple Are. U. S. 301 Starke, Fla.I j i foodstuff but they need help CONCRETE IS THE IOW-ANNUAI-COST PAVEMENT l DEALERS APPLY

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" BRADFORD COU3TCT TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDAGladys

riUIAOtTOBEK: 24. 195'!

I I I BPW Makes Plans They I I l
'f t -A
I For District Meet t

Here November 23
Are
Wed "
tit.
JI The regular monthly meeting of .
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the Starke B. P. W. club was heli1 .... .

at St. Edward's hall Monday night in

I Mooty I with Mildred Sapp, president -S: i

: Phone 33Miss presiding. N y \ (. :
Dorothy Patterson, district
E lax sAp _
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# I I' I I II 1 hairman met with the club an"? I' f

plans are being completed for the J r
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z r t ep Starke district Nov meeting 23. to be held ir # : "5 t fi

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The club is requesting volunteet (
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r services of people with cars willing .
I 'Vu' t N ,ill I this il; t Ii 1-
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to drive voters to and frorr
i iiitnt1 I 1 ihru SKt. al..
: the polls on election day. Contact 0 > ,EiJunin I
:Marion Howe al .the Chamber cf ( :2::th.
Helen ,
I Commerce phone 190. I I' i' d I'h.x, >. 'hI 'r"I"graph.

I On election day, club members-; Ht'I.* (J. licmingttu.v of Starkp and! :Mrs Kmniii \\hitman of Il
s
x2f' I will have a refreshment stand t at : Jacksonville were married! m a quiet reremonv 1 last .....hl:1.aftc'rllllllll. ', y /r 111 Duherque Sliced

I Torode Chevrolet Co. at 3:30 fetlock at the hone" of Mr,, '
\\hit man', son \,\ ( Whitman
AdkinsP il Delicious refreshments wetserved is Jacksonville. 1:.'\.. (,.'<(. E. 1I0d!>;e<.. pastor of the Iii'
hostesses Stella' l\u St.J IU|>tist
by the ,,
A. Kopelousos. Norma Dean Thompson !i Church, perforim-il the ceremony. Keand Mrs. Hemina.,. are

l and Marion Howe during the pictured above at a dinner given in their honor Vritlaj evenins at (the
home of )Ir. and .Mrs. Chile Manning. .
Weds f social hour.Chicken. KeHcmingua} i is 1 1Men's pastor of "
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( the Airpark Baptist Chunh. .. _.::;. BACON Lbs.


t { Supper : Yorks n---e.-

: z zr Served FellowshipOf
Calvin ; "To Be Melrose Club

1 dif By PTA TonightThe 1 1I 1I Methodist Church To Sponsor MeetingFor Cooking

f I Has Supper Meeting
I P. T. A. is serving a fried DiscussionThe

Richards chicken supper tonight (Friday) i] Mr. and Mrs Lee Fischer of APPIR Copeland Pure 1 Lb. Tray

t : ; from 5:30: to 8 p.m. at the schoo1 I Tickets sale at Wednesday afternoon. Oct. 15.; it-
( are on
Kf cafeteria. I were guests of the Starke Melho- .
adults 50c for their club rooms with 3S member
t ( Lt the door $1 for dist Men's Fellowship at the reg PORK SAUSAGE 49C
extra. and guests present. After \tin
children dessert
ular monthly
supper Monday nightin
carnival starts at luncheon a business meeting \\-A- LbBag
annual
The the Methodist Fellowship: Hall: 5 4SC
2 i.m. with fun for all. Come anc1 Mr. Fischer led the group in sing held at which time the pie-nid'
Mrs R H. I'M'
children to meet the Kelly announced l
7 bring the ing some of the familiar gospel Super RightSPARE
n the club would '...
witch visit the House of Horror sponsor a ine.-t\: :
hymns with the use of his ac
the There will Wed. Oct. 29, for a discussion .'
and ride ponies. cordion. Both :Mr. and Mrs .
balloons and noise the ballot and in particulai t .u Lb.
be a fish pond,
Fischer described the work being RIBS 39C.
amendments thereon Mrs A>-
makers.A done with the boys at the Rhodeheaver -
is Country Store will sell homegrown nold Grobman. a member ot th & 5IHUTh >
I Ranch. The
S 9: supper wa
home made products league of Women Voters of
and served by Circle 2 of the Starke
s ; tc be bakery goods, home Gainesville will be the guest Tokay
There will :Methodist W. S. C. S. President
: : ... a canned foods, fruits and frervegelables. : C. H. Nasworthy announced thai speaker. The public has been invited Quick Frozen LB.
i' I to be present at this meeting
the next
meeting would be
or which will be held :n the clut
will sell home-madt

M .- t tI candy Booths, ice cream, hamburgers, hot Monday evening, November 17. I rooms at 8 p.m. GRAPES CHICKEN: GIZZARDS 25c

Miss Helen Adldns, daughter of taffeta. The attendants' head dogs, and coffee. i It was also announced that on

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Adkins of I pieces were of matching material. I Come and plan to stay for the WMU Hears Talk :, election day, Nov. 4, a breakfast

Hampton, became the bride of Robert R. Richard of Alachua supperserving begins at 5:3C: i will be held in the clubhouse at'
I On Fla. MissionariesThe I
Calvin Redd Richard, son of M.r, I brother Of the bridegroom, served I p..m. 18 o'clock after which the womer Lbs

and Mrs. Carlisle Richard of Ala'II I I as best man and ushers were Johr t]I \ program and business meeting 'I will be available to take those the 2 19c

chua, at a lovely wedding ceremony B. Richard and Carlisle Richard Turner Honoree of the Baptist \V. M. U. wa wishing transportation to
I Mrs also furnisr
Sunday afternoon at 3:3C I Jr., also brothers of the bride II I held Oct.: 21 at 3 p.m. with 39 polls. They will _
o'clock in the Christian Church ir. groom. At Stork ShowerMrs. present. Mrs. Clara Mae Knight. baby-sitters while parents air

Hampton. Officiating at the Mrs. Adkins chose for her I program chairman of the Lorena voting.

double ring ceremony was Rev daughter's wedding a street Robert Turner was the inspiration Epperson Circle, conducted the After the business meeting. th Surf, Vel; Dreft;

John G. Childress, pastor. length frock of grey crepe com I for a delightful star I program. Mrs. Knight talked or remainder of the afternoon wa>

The church was attractively plimented with an orchid corsage. shower Thursday evening of last state; missions. :Mrs. Luther' devoted to cards. .r

i decorated with chrysanthemum!I Mrs. Richard was gowned in ar I, week at the Chasteen home on N.I Powell gave the devotional. The i 1 Cheer or

i and gladioli against a background afternoon dress of black lace Cherry street. Hostesses were Mrs'harles program opened with song, fol.lowed 4-H Club Elects I

I of fern and lighted tapers. an orchid corsage. Wit1\\ Parker. Mrs. Charles Mey with prayer by Mrs. Barbara y'1Z ,

I As the wedding guests were be- I Immediately following the wedding ers Mrs. James Phillips, and Mrs Alvarez. After scripture New Officers ee e

ling seated, a program of nuptial : a reception was held in the, Jim Chasteen. reading there was prayer by Mrs
\music was offered by Miss Jewe I city hall in Hampton. Cutting I II i Attractive arrangement of mul Lex Green. 1 The fifth and sixth g ra'le' ''tu KIT' TIDELarge

Morris of Macclenny, pianist, and the wedding cake were MrsI I I I U-colored colia were placed at Mrs. Clara Mae Knight introduced in the reading lab at school' Monday :] 1

Mrs. Charlie Parker, soloist, whc' Frances Wadsworth of Hamplorj j I points of interest in the living the :speaker of the after to organize thl'irI H. .nib.
bang, "Because", "I Love You and Mrs. J. L. Anderson Sr. of i room. The refreshment table in noon, Mrs. John Pierce. She gavea Officers elected for t thi ;x'. >

1'ruly", and the "Lord's Prayer'. i i Starke. Assisting at the punchbowls \ the dining nook was centered within splendid talk on Florida's owr grade were Charlene Hard, jr, ..
Given in marriage by her father were Mrs. Hay Stone an* ( artistic arrangement of blue missionaries | Helen Kelly, vice PI'1: Pkg.

_, the_ bride wore a becoming_ :Mrs. Lee Chambers of Starke ant'[ Ogeralum, zinnias and marigolds ':Agnes Matthews, secret.it, 011 l8C

gown of chantilly lace and white the Misses Lucille Hall, Peggy i iHinsou I'flanked by silver candle holder Shi Ann Smith and Jean 1 nri. '
Garden Club
satin. Her fingertip veil of Jean Parker and Ruth holding burning pink tapers. song leaders.

sheerest illusion was held in placeby ;( Sibley of Hampton. Miss Sara II Nursery charades and a contest To Meet MondayThe The sewtng project was l.xplal ': -. _.' :Jr''t" -- : -;-
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a row of crystalized orange! Williams of Starke kept the bride'r were played during the evening 'ed. Miss Ross asked the 1IIl'lIlb!

blossoms. She carried a white book. with :Mrs: Clifton Brown winning Starke Garden Club wil! to bring their work to the nix'

Bible topped with a white orchid ,I The couple lift during the reception -'I a prize. Delicious refreshments of meet Monday evening, Oct. 27, at meeting: which will be Nov .'{ t\

with streamers of satin ribbon for a wedding trip down' sandwiches and cakes, iced in '::30 o'clock in the Parish House The 4-H Pledge was explained ant' ur..hIWUach. JUt *,

and tube roses. I thE state. The bride chose for pink and blue, were served. The on Church streel. lIed by Betty Ann Simmons .in.1\ '
sister J traveling a charcoal blue suit complimented I received favors ol Soap, 2 for 21 c .-"
Mrs. Emory M. Prevatt, \ guests also I. P. Shepherd, guest speakerwill i Dorothy Masters. .J':, ,
of the bride, served as maid of with black assessorier pink cups of candy centered with give a talk on roses. I The club is planning to have .. t (
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honor and was gowned in turquoise \ and wore an orchid corsage. a blue stork holding a baby. Hostesses for the evening will I rally day in March for all th-" Deodorant Soap *, i fOI tI

taffeta The bridesmaid I The bride graduated from BUS The hostesses presented their be Mrs. Joe McDonald, Miss Dorothy -! Large Bar i JAM runca SIK URO.ftOlOfM \ I ,, """t." ...'J'/ '
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were Miss Louise Adkins, also I and is presently employed with guest of honor with a car bee1I Ross and Miss Della Rosen- 4-H club girls in the county Dial 2 for 33c PTOWN Of CINNAMON -_.(., \ ''f

sister of the bride, gowned in a :j the Western Union Telegraph Co I which was filled with many love berg. will be held in Starke. ;: .1fpI"ll'ial

shrimp-colored net gown over: in Daytona Beach Mr. Richard i I ly and useful baby gifts from the -

taffeta, and Miss Dorothy Pres- I graduated frjm Alachua High | other guests. Soap DonutsBorax Kitchen CharmWaxed
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cott, gowned in nile green net School an
over taffeta. The junior brides- I the army overseas during World 2o friends of the honored guest 7c
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maids were Joyce Beal and Sibyl War II. He is employed with the !i ..rc1Ahtt&%; 'I

Priester, cousins of the bride, whc State Road Department in Gainesville ; \Vrvl U Association Bath liar ; 1.oil: PAPER

were gowned in sunshine yellow where they will reside. .
21c 1
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Was tempted to po out and bit. Hansen of Hampton K r.-lievin t
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New !River W. M. V. As. a dog this week with the lack ol f Alice Conner in Strout Ag''"' y 20 Mule Team 1 Roll

1 1.ociation: installation services were news for thi- column all 1[ while Alice visiting her husband l-LII. I "_. 1\ I 19C
a 'held First Baptist Church Gordon for a ft nfks
at the could gain from telephoning this i; at Camp 20c I
3. The inDialling
Starke. on October .
1 in week was news about the otter i
\ i officer was Mrs. S. E weather floods over the weekend In aalways n otherwise dull week < >i: ;

I Sparks of Starke. and the high winds and frigId:1 fill the column uM'{. !.
i elected to serve were:: lona Plain or Self-Rising
21-Jewel
TINIEST/ Watches Those weather since then the weathermen birthdays, and believe me "!".
| Piesidenl. Mrs. James W. Thomas sure crossed us. up with this 1 month I In"t i.n
is a popular Lbs
Ever Created in America | Brookei: Vice president Mrs sudden cold snap guess we all 1 16th Terry Dea Duke \\.b M1 I FLOUR 15 $1.45
Beville, Gainesville; secretary
Ralph '
made a dash Tuesday morning for Wayne Kinney was eight 'J.i "
and treasurer, :Mrs.: R. T
heavies when the temperature : with MWI I
last year's 17lh and celebrated a :
BULOVA Hargrave. Brooker; Young pea stood at 46 degrees only' wiener roast party at \\h,"' i I. )III

ple's leader Mrs Ada Lawsontarke to find the clothes smelled to heav mom, Carolyn, had such a A & P's Own Fine Shortening
1 Missior
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: Community of mold, camphor or moth balls' to .ofavors r -
en
she forgot pass
Chairman.lrs. S. E. Sparks and were unwearable even the' time to the youngster-' Lb. Can
Starke Stewardship Chairman DEXO E 3Ann
fJ Jfut : stores hadn't gotten out of tlragfht'a'y Buddy Morgan also celebraU-1 h. 7iC

4 on Study Mrs. J.Chairman.R. Kelly. Mrs Starke Maude: Missior Andrew clothes for the onrush first birthday on the ITUir ;

Was sorry to hear that Chic!r The ISlh was favored by Ji"' "< .\ -----
f, Starke; Margaret Fund? Thornton suffered a heart attach L Dowling, who was i Th. :2". .
Chairmanlrs.:: Lucille Stulham '. PageSALAD C'fll!! J
1 Sunday and is confined in Glen' did double duty with Barn Sn

21-JEWELS From $4950 : man.Alachua Mrs: Training Frank Williams School, Gaines Chair dale hospital in Palatka when? 5, giving a party for his" Kimi-i Quart

i they say his condition is as well ai s classmates, and B.ib: : DRESSING 43C
thrilling to look atl! !' ville.: Florida Children's Home garten .
Charming to
wear can be expected: also sorry t<> Jeanne Mitchell celebrating h- :
Chairman, Mrs. Mary Williams
Accurate underwent -. 21st w I-
beyond compare Hampton hear Guy Sale an operation first milestone The
in St. Vincent's hospital or 1 being the birthdi- L
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popular -
The next associational meeting < : : :_ -. = : ,\
Tuesday but glad to know he i;3 Verdie Futch and Lillian !1'\I'" --
sill b. held at the Raiford Baptist
along fine also glac 1 Donna Maria Tui5 : -
getting while little
I Chur: i' In Raiford. The dale wil!
; to hear that hllle David Haine: daughter of the Bill TIllt''L' !t Lib
by
be t"llIred i later.
started back to school Monday alter that day to be born on 'i"V, S

four months' confinement 22nd was observed bV:. '

r :- Birthday Party Word from SK-2 Don Ray Tille)> (Mrs C. A.I Driggers and B,l'' C LOROX

n {,s'2 va pert = At Mitchell HomeRev 'that he is sailing this week fronI > Smith The 23rd by MiX Golden Sweet

t I Guam for Japan also won 1 Wood and Norma Jean Adam!'

.Ind Mrs T. G. Mitchel' f i om DK-2 Lyle Anderson aboar 1 The 21th was celebrated h.:: .

r enten. !ined at a lovely birthdaypar the Leyte in European waters thai t foursome: W. E. Turnda Jr PEAS 19CHeinz

r r; Jr Tuesday afternoon at the he enjoyed a marvelous three-da:]f Markley Ann Johns, Mrs \\.i.
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h parsonage for their daughter. Barbara : tour in beautiful Venice and hope:5 fred Wimberly. and JuJge P. : .

Jeanne. who was one year to spend Christmas in Pans hi man One day later the :'JVh! !

old m Monday.The sent his mother. Alice Andersoi:i Lois (Mra E K) Perryman ht! BLEACH
DOLLY MADISON "D" DOLLY MADISON "f" DOLLY MADISON "H"i |
twenty little guests player1 ;a lovely bottle of perfume whit!i the candles and she and the Judgiwill
21 itwcti 21 jewel j '1i 21 iewtUExpansion
i $49 so Expaniion BroctUl Brocdtt with toys during the afternoon would be worth about $35 in th t celebrate jointly by attending;:

$5750 $7150 and later were served ice cream states and a!so sent sister Jane'I the Ga.-Fla. football game .

and birthday cake which warred a bottle of perfume too Cpl. On the 2Sth Chase Hardy !::1 n-

r in pink and white. Jack Hall, in the reserve for i 5 6 and Randine Chism likewise .
PINT BOTTLE 9c
America's Dr. and Mrs. T. Arthur Mosley years, returned home Tuesday am 1 The 31st (spook day>I,11 be ub Cream of Chicken
Outstanding Watch Values!
of Jacksonville, Barbara Jearme'r is now working for his dad, Bej:i served by Madfre Middleton. Jeannette

grandparents, were also at the lI:1Il"ivian Harley is flyin;? McLendon, Mrs A W ConsA&PFOOD

ROBERTSJEWELRY party to help celebrate the oc- 'home this weekend after see in;;'; (Minnie) Redgrave, Mrs J A QUART BOTTLE 17c SOUP 2 35C

!I casion. husband Al Harley, a marine, of f.Nellu. ( .) Martinez, and Irm

for Korea on Wednesday Iron 1 Buford Whew! Surely look

Mission Study Calif incidentally Vivian un-I I as if the gift.stores will be doing !1GALLON 29c
derwent an appendectomy in Ocean a rushing business this month

"I"our Friendly Jeiceler i The Mission Study class of the' side, Calif. recently hear luck;]'I Well seems to be all for now STORE

Baptist church will have a covered : Jimmy Cannon got the jack po'i t So long See you at the GALLON JUG 47'
II i at _
Saturday Park
IIItY1 IAQUDE fIDI1Al TAX dish luncheon Tuesday Oct Orange con Elks benefit masquerade on the The Great AUantlc and Pacific Tea Co.
grats to Sarge and Anna Suslov
23, at 10 am. The book, "Scatlered -| 30th. 300 East Call St.
I on their 2Sth wedding anniversar:

Abroad", will be taught .by Sunday see Mrs Jimmy) -Carolyn

the pastor, Rev. L. D. Haines. I 1










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6 | Sue Duncan of Gainesville wiP Harry Green spent the weekend 1 Home Makers Class 1 \ I. I. >e published
'' \cu In i i.1. t.fid ': F. ,
Air that : h
r. i.' a .ll I 1..1.1 Ml H' r
'be N..n :
her'
the weekend guest of in :Mayo: visiting Diane Gillen and! I..-.1 .. .
-111! fnr fill th" i r'pmal! in the off A ? k x n' 1 1t I' .
cousin, Margaret Rose Duncan. :Mr and Mrs. Hal Gillen. Elects OfficersThe P \oro I f :h. (", r'h.\ l".n u:' i"i.. t ,il"j !
1> i- I I.,., r. f '!.il\ .,.- -: \ ': "' :. fr< ', '
t' ," ,1\ i i ,. i .. .
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( i! Miss Sue Biggs of St. Augustine Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and Home Makers CU-,.i t the 1 \
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visited Mr. and Mrs. Lethe Bigg family of Jacksonville spent the' First Baptist church met in Uu ;." !..

I over the weekend. l'eekendith the L. S. Huttc'': home of their tea.h.'r.11": L N

rEE2fsMrs I family. Pickering, Thursday evening, o. '
I Mrs. J. E. Futch is visiting her' I ...... "" = """" -=<&Ii iiiI-- IIIIiirrIlU! -
16. at 8 o'clock. The fuiutclass >: : < fee dj
cousin, Mrs. Mora Mixon in \Vil-j; Mr. and Mrs Jesse New-some and: officers were elecuMi! e
listen for a few weeks. John and Evelynn New-some, Mrs 1 .
R. J. Davis returned home :Mr and Mrs Jim Chasteen and Alma Outlaw, pres.; Mr M 1.II\:

Saturday after a week's visit with :MrI I W Lee of Atlanta. Ga Mrs. C. F. Sayles returned tc I Sarah McCall of Palatka. and Misr I Roberts, vice pres.; Mi" l 1. aa

her son-in-law and daughter. Mr were trout fishing at St. Augus-i her home in Miami on Monday j- Joyce Newsome of < Gainesville Lewi,:. !;ec)'.; Mrs. Baibu, I 1'r: .

and Mrs. H G. Davis Jr. in Tallahassee tine Tuesday and Wednesday of! after ten days' visit with her' spent the weekend in ValdostaGa. I dale stewardship: MM C\-\\ i
Mr. Mi's. Joe ,
last week. IIr. | sister, Mrs. E. K. Pen' 'man. She I visiting and Hazen social chm.; Mrs \.1-i '

Mrs. S. R Sanders. They were joined Sat 1 Dukes, program chm.; Mi f> I I'' 'J '
Mrs H. V. Knight and Mrs. t and Mrs. Jimmie Moore |:I was accompanied by i urday evening by Moms Williams I 1 ta
Other
Martin treas. in.: i' "
Johns who returned to Starke j
Robert Bird of Gainesville were will join Mr. and :Mrs. James M orl i of Lawtey and Warren Oglesby of '
I : i( }ll's. Mane Colson and Cli'a' N':
visiting Mrs. Ovid Bennett and Edwards of Atlanta Ga. in Jack. Thursday.Mr. Waycross. I I zie.

son. Randy on Saturday.Mr. i sonvilie for the weekend and plarI and Mrs. Jack Hazen havemoved
I to attend the Florida-Georgia football Mr and Mrs. Sid Shuford were I t A social period was enjm d >:
and Mrs. R. A. Colson and from the Pearce apartments in Jacksonville shopping Thurs. refreshments were served Tin
children spent Sunday in Valdosta game. to the Kincaid cottage oc day. next meeting will be held ,i' in-

Ga. visiting Mr. and Mrs. \Vm I Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs antI I II N. Walnut street. I : home of Mrs Mane Colson on \\.1:

Briscoe and other friends. Mr. and Mrs Vernon Silcox atj Jr. of Those from here who attended nut St. R : 'i I Ii
1 George Flynn Tampa'
I j tended the Methodist Church : ,the luncheon in honor of Vice ; / ;
I the weekend with his ,
Mr and Mrs. Clifford Paulk and in Lawtey on Sun- spent par. j President Barkley at the George I i
I homecoming
: Instruction
ents the senior Flynns. Day
son, Paul and Dr. and Mrs. Clayton i day. I I Washington Hotel in Jacksonville ,

Morris of Pierson. Ga. were Mrs. T. G. Carter returned tcj i :Monday were Sen. Charley E For WMU, Oct. 28 I s
Saturday guests! of the Dave Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis hac' l her home in Providence Sunday i[Johns, Rep. Doyle E. Conner

Paulks. as guests from Thursday to Sun I after spending several days with I i I j'Judge A. Z. Adkins, Sheriff P. D.j!I Mrs. c. D. Creasman W 11!II ? c

<: day of last week, Mrs W. A. (fagi i j ji the C. J. Powell family and :Mrs: I j Reddish, Mr and Mrs. Guy Andrews i stewardship Director e ri>l M.I ,,*,
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. and! I II .
I Dansby i i gard, President of the genera' j J. H. Fields and family. Mr : W H. Graham, J. R. Kelly.j I Josephine Jones. Exi'cumo! e .
children and Ed Fain of Greer I i U. D. C. and Mrs. \\'. A. Dorothy, j Carter was here for the weeken and E. Matthews:: I tary of Florida W. Ml''l'!h. nt > 'e
Cove Springs Sunday ir. I
Orlando visiting spent Mr and Mrs. D II 1 I both of :Miami and Mrs H. H and drove Mrs. Carter home. !I Miss Odessa Thomas has trans- t I! at the First Baptist ChilI .,'41I
Gainesville Tuesday. O tuber :>
S. Dansby. Trice of Coral Gables. |I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch enter ferred from Gainesville hospita'to ]j for "A Day of Instruction I.

Adttrllia !j tamed at a family supper Sunday Lake City hospital. I phases of W. M. U '"tk : rr

I evening honoring Mrs. C. F. Sayles I. Friends of John Uglow will regret -I \\'. M S. members and 1 ? Q :

From where I sit... 6y Joe Marsh of :Miami.: to learn that he is seriously I I All who want to lea n hot :. r, ,

1ill in the Alachua General has. promote missions in the ilun.1
Mrs Dave Paulk and daughters.1 I e y
i I Gainesville. to attend. Buns hm car
Faye and Sylvia, and Billy Weldonwere pital Mr. and Mrs are urged
I R. L. McDowell of Jacksonville arrived -'j -- the hostess church will fill II"-: 3
in King:>land, Ga. on Sunday I
WonJer How Miss GilbertIs visiting Mr. and Mrs. JohnStone. Tuesday night to be with' the drink The meeting botjin.s r
j her father. 10.00: a.m. and closes at 1! :!.. .:'

Is in NH I I
esterY I
; Mrs. J. W. Hamilton of Braden- j Rep. Doyle Conner F. J. Shaw WCTU To l Meet r
I
I and L. D. Green attended the At \
ton spent the past week with Mr.
By now I guess you'te heard From where I sit, I'll bet this lanta-Miami game Friday nightin i
and Mrs. J. K. Douglas. The October meeting 0: tin
about the spelling: errors in the makes her even more popular with I Miami. x
Laura Scott WCTU will be h<'id! zr
kids! report cards this week. the students. It's nice to see an Lt Joe Andrews left Tuesdayfor
wI
Miss Viola Lewis of Miami visited in the home of Mrs. S. J Giadon
admit she Fort Jackson, S. C. for his:
A typical card looked like this expert occasionally
: Miss Carol White a few dayrlast Park St. Friday Oct. 3. at :r

Arithmetic. .............B makes a mistake. Too many so- final discharge. week. I p.m. All members ale urged t-

Geography,8- called "experts" claim they're I IS Mr. and Mrs J. D. Doyle were be present as this is the first!'

lIillg.C never. wrong on such subjects as visiting friends in Jacksonville on Mallory Thomas Jr., son of Mrs meeting of the new year and also '

Gr.mmer..B .hat you or I ought to eat j, Sunday. Mallory Thomas, left Thursdayfor dues-paying time. Reports of the

what we should wear whether I New Jersey where he wil'! 1 J State Convention recently held I j v.! :IK hot in \i'r\m as well as the best! in tuel-
I don't know if Miss Gilbert the we should enjoy beer or butter. I II I Mrs. J. M. Edwards and daugh- embark for overseas duty with I: in Miami will be heard.

principal, actually wrote those milk. A really wise person never I I ter, Carolyn, were shopping ir the U. S. Army. I inl[, call and let us fill sour heating requirements

cards, but she took full respon claims to "know all the answers' Jacksonville on: Saturday. Starke Musicale with STANDARD BURNER OIL. You can depend on
sibility. This morning I hear she all the time I Mrs. Lula Ray of Jacksonville is- i

got op in the Assembly Hall-be. i Mrs. L. D. Haines and daughter, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Olin W i I Standard Burner Oil to start quickly, burn steadily
fore all'the students-and started I Mary Louise left Tuesday for White Sr. The Staike Musicale will have i)
11 J its first fall meeting Tuesday ..afI the full benefit of its heat value.
I I give high
you
writing GRAMMAR with twoa'i" ; 8ce "fhwt/l. I| Wedgefield. S. C. for a week''r i
a visit with Mrs. Haines sister Mrs Miss Etta Fripp of ColumbiaS. I I ternoon at 3:30: o'clock in the) 4t
the blackboard 100 times
oa
George Brown. C. will spend the weekend wit.hMr. Woman's Club. The meeting will;: The combination of STANDARD BURNER OIL and

I and Mrs. L. G. Powell. I be presided over by the p>iJent '
Copyright.1952 United States Brewers Foundationnationally Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts an
: Carl Jr., spent Sunday in Daytona home Mrs. Mattie Gahagan returned 1\ assurance of clean, convenient, economical heatS
i Beach Mr. Sunday evening after three
visiting Roberts'
sl t parents Mr. and ;Mrs. Curtis- weeks visit in Hardyville and; WSCS Notice 5 all winter long! We have :a grade whatever: typeof
uJiOD Bluffton S. C. and Savannah, Ga
ti advertised t 1/, Roberts who returned here with Circle of the MethodistVSCS! burner you use.
Ill Flit, t 'I' : them for a week's visit. Mrs. J. E. Hilderbran and :MrsL. .\ will meet Thursday evening. Oct

I- D. Haines were in Jacksonvilleon p30, at 7:30: o'clock at the home ot
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blonday.Mrs. I Mrs Leonard Whitehead with

:Mrs: Ovid Lewis as 'uhos! ss:

keep the dust off. and the beauty in The gift that says daughters. Dwight Sandy and Marshall Mary Helen and I 1

"1 1 love of Apalachicola are spending this Recent Birth K. G. DUNCAN AGENT

you1every week with Mrs. Marshall's ,
parents I ?Ir. and Mrs. Williur; 1 K: 'I 1',:
Mr.'and Mrs. aI
Ben Rowland.Mrs. .
I 1
1 announce the birth of a d.i'ight' ; t 1
I 1i i sliming lour I
1
a
i I T. D. Dyal of Brooker, Donna Maria on Tuesdl1. < > 1 _'I

I I spent the weekend with Mr. and, in Alachua General hopit.tlMHIC
1 Mrs. E. J. : -
Dowling, Sr. I --- -
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Mrs. W. C. Powell and :Mrs. H In Circuit ('''lIrt. Ilrnilfiml Taunt,,
( "' In .
"rioiAI
I A. Bishop, Jr. were in Jacksonvilleon < !U F "t'lmmrry.'h.ll II'arl' !, ,. 1 I' ,
i'I Wednesday. 1!:1\- r. HM. 1.' ,.' -- i i':' i I' d i iI
I I/1. Niitire
I \ 'I'n \|>|"':'r'
'. ':\ --J Mrs. C. L. Currie and brother T, i -: Mills Food Market
.
r VV Jack Briggs, left Monday to spendten I r\.1.,.''",01.! I"1: ,d!"' 'i 1.1. i \M,\X,

150 days in Columbus, Ohio where

they will attend the wedding of
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4 diamonds
lAd Fed. TaxGIVE their sister Miss Betty Briggs. FOR SALE
401 Call Street
new miracle materials found only in D i I Darby Building
A'p.i.r Mrs. \\'. E. Dowling and Mrs

o Vernon Silcox attended the Presidents' Free We Deliver
DUCHESS rtdJl' Frazee HouseAnd Plenty Parking
Council of Junior Woman's1dubs
a
t /A BLINDS and luncheon at the home of Vacant Lot
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-::: : I the district director Mrs. Charley -- -...
( ;; Look for. (lie l>iiilirlf -> Behind
.oral. jour ttttarntrr Webb at Ponte Vedra on Wednes- ,
K r.' of JllulllJ, l,i.-
i Sun G/o/
r0 tlm-lion CD day. I FIRST BAPTIST rlll"ICII QuartBleach

.1..IIt' taprt that wlpr d.n. Mrs. W. B. Parks BEST OFFER ON KK
i Sirtu-trnil! lumlnuiit (.lain. HER A is spendingthis
week with her son-in-law and
FOR FREE ESTIMATES: CALL
daughter, :Mr.: and Mrs. Dameror $5,500.00

GASSETT VENETIAN BLINDS JAb.ii Iin7cie Black Jr. in Jacksonville. MrsC.

P. Prichard was also visiting IOCLIQUID
the Blacks over the weekend TXKKS IT
, Phone 207-W Starke. Fla. /5 ,

L' Mr. and Mrs. E. A. \Vilkinsorwere
'6. : '._ DIAMOND( WATCH visiting friends and relatives- STROUT REALTY

in Palatka on Sunday They were

THEATRESTARKE Few gifts are more excitingat also dinner guests of Mr:: and Mrs tarkl'. FloridaTelevision ---------- .,. -

I 1 1 Christmas than an Charles Knight in Gainesville
Monday evening. Co-Chem Quart
ELGIN WATCHFor STARCH 15c
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Mrs. J. 1... Anderson Jr. and
Dedicated To Community Service
an KLd'IN( is a deep children. Mike and Jane will al.
110\If''' Are Better Than E\er" Tips
personal expression of your I I rive home today after three -- -

IF YUU FIND YOUR XAMK CONTKALEI IX TUB KLVNDIXODKIVK admiration for the person I months' visit with Mrs Amlt i llllCHARLES Ho. 1 Lb.

IX OK l'umw.TlltTIt: AIK Cl'Tl Ot'T AM I'KK- you wish to please. And son's grandmother. :Mrs: J \\ YEllOW SQUASH 5C

SENT IT TO BOX OF1TCK FtIS Fun TICKETS: you need only glance at 1 Smith in Columbia S. C.

these KLd'INS(; to know Mrs. Wilbur Scott anai't 1

Sat., Oct. 23 ONLY Tues., Wed. Oct. 212!) that here i is beauty beyond Mrs. Walter Glatzau of l>tltn!
DOUBLE FEATURE i measure Bl'auhthat I left Sunday for Buffalo. N Y t< Greer No.
"You
21/2 can
me I cannot help but command I spend ten days with their broth> APACHE gave I
attention. and sister-in-law, Mr. and :Mr:
thiS I
r Frank Babcock. They were jom<
COUNTRY face... The I!j in Buffalo by their mother.r- MAY BE A JOKE
v _
I flow ELGIN WATCHBy I I W. F. Babcock of North Bay BUT WE AllLIKE Le-Ko No. 2

With Gene AutryAM ,t iF live. Tradition America's 'I Canada. Mrs. Scott phoned home A JOKE CUT GREEN BEANS cans 1 OC
that they arrived there in four ,
) ', with I.! Oldest and Finest. 'I inches ofsnow.Betty Qy ""
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SAINT BENNY PAUL HEN[ REID mm SCOTT ELGIN The i i Lou and Mary Lou Ham' -,1.. ( '" L r -

1 WATCH lof Gainesville last 'eker '
spent w t urtiss Ruth
; Butterfingers or Baby
The DIP s-teee4vTace Hy Tradition Accurate I with the Lex Greens and t; "'IMcGniffs s sr ,


llayne and Filch -*urrllrntro sneu"uno" Performance level -at From every price I I'i' Mrs. J., Sr.B. Sapp and Mrs \\. H COOKIES E S ft Oz.Packagc 2SC 1

Plus "Triple Trouble" ('artnol'1",1 "\\ n\\f\\ The JiM" ('artftor $33.75 to 295.00 Mundy were in Jacksonvill.' ,.r

and Chapter( No. 2 'Dtylwradoe'.. !j and Latest New' -- I Monday and Tuesday.

of the 11'e.t"C.I Visit Our Store -- See I Mrs. H. C. Brown and :MrsJunius : I =:--=--;-'
II (;. HAKKSDA1.E
MRS. "'. A. BONHAM I These Smith spent Wednesday ir Irish .

i Thur., Fri. Oct. ;W, 31 Jacksonville. Mrs. Brown remained
Sun. Mon. Oct 26 BeautifulVatches there for a few days visit
21JUDY
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Oucmodf ICodas. I Or See Our about desire Lbs. c.
1 Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch. There's n'l juke our
'1IU' :
r: I .. Window DisplayEd 1 to serjou and han. at ? atoes5'French 2 9C

i Mr- and Mrs. Charles Shepherdwere jour di"H.al( what you cant
irAU. @; s -- I.in Jacksonville on Tues d ay. !


W! urn l ...( / !1l t.t.rJJrn1J rertrt a ripr'tt' ,, t Simpson, Mrs. T. F. Landnun visited her: Chas. C. ShepherdGuaranteed .

(r.mm E ,mM YrTh 1 'A ttruBUC rtoouoK)*' mother, Mrs. J. F. Rogers in

l'.o.'! [ FJbA1I (:=I f !Tin "Little Beau Pepe" Cartoon Gem JewelryStarke's I Jacksonville on Tuesday, who re Rasberry Ripple Reg. 35c Seller

LATE SHOW HALLOWE'EN; i{ turnedith her for an overnightvisit. RADIO & TV
,'1 IIi Mllou, u..tt rs" Cartoon Oldest Jewelerand .
Sales
and ServicePh. Foremost Pints
NIGHT(
and Special Life In the Andes" G'IIOUI" Seaboard Railway ICE I CREAM 19C
also Latest World News MAD : Watch Inspector !| Emma Jane Canova of Gainesville I, 239 Starke

p will spend the weekend \\itr
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BROOKERGrace Spencer B. Beard and wife visi- I
his father and mother, the Rev. I
and Mrs. S. F. Beard, at the Baptist I
G. BlghamAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAA pastorium. Wednesday night I I I BIGGER and BETTER than I
I, on their way home to Tampa from I I EVER

WMS MeetingA I New an extended Jersey.trip to New York and I I

W.M.S. meeting of the Brooker I II I
Mrs. Amy McCormick of Jacksonville \ 1
Baptist Church was held Wed i .
recent visitor at : I
was a .
nesday afternoon at the church j .
the home of her mother :Mr Wi.
with the vice president, :Mrs. Eugene !
M. Lawhon and father :Mr. Law-
Crosby, presiding. : I
Mrs. L. L. Dyal was in chargeof | hon. 1 ANNUAL I
the program. Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby of I I
Rev S. F. Beard led the devotional Linden Fla. were visiting their I
and gave an inspiring! daughter and family, the Jamey .
message on Christian Citizenship. W. Crosby, and his brother W. T I 4 4
The Community Mission Chairman Crosby, of Jacksonville, last week 4
Miss Lubedia Pinholster, in Mrs. Howard Douglas and chip 4 4
her ask that a' dren and Mrs. Earl Green and ,, 4
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special prayer meeting be held at I children, were visiting former res- .
I idents. Rev. and Mrs. Earl Willir
the home of Mrs. N. C. :Mott for
!j and family in Palatka last Thurs.
Mrs. Curtis Melvin. I
Those attending the meetingwere day. I BRADFORD Couny
: Rev. and Mrs. Beard, Mrs ALL KINDS OFFICE SUPPLIES:
Crosby, Miss Pinholster, Mrs. G I AT THE TEUGltAI'IiI l
B. Colson, Mrs. H. Y. Hodge, Mrs.I 4 4
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Beulah Harrell, Mrs. M O. Kar 4
rell, Mrs. Amy Williams, Mrs 4 4
Bernice Gano and Mrs. Bevil. iybutNobody 4
Werner Roast I E 4 4
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Rev. and Mrs. S. E. Beard entertained 4

Baptist Young People Church the Intermediates of with the a Brooker weiner and u N I Can Spruce-Up Sponsored By Jones-Langford-White Post American Legion No. 56 4 4 4 4 4

roast at their home last Saturday SPORTSHIR1S
night.Demonstration. I 4

Club I )) like( 1 4 4 4
L'
Demonstra
Home
The Brooker -.. I 4t
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tion Club met at the Community -
Center on Thursday, October 16. SANITONE DRYCLEANING
Mrs. Helen Tapp turned in her
resignation as secretary, as she i! Bradford
is planning to leave for the Northin
the near future. It was accept.
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ed and Mrs. Howard Wait waselected 4
to fill the vacancy.It .
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was voted that the Club do- y
nate to the water system at the 4 4

Community Center. I Ij Ip 4
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All members present made sequin
jewelry under the directionof Y I(, yt ; h
1 cya 'f"" LY
Miss Dorothy Ross, County J 1 County
Home Demonstration Agert, and I1; kt.WLkIf I Ion
Mrs. H. Wait.
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At the close of the merlin( :. refreshments N Cn6 vy ,r
were; served to the 4
group by Miss Ross and Mrs. \ r 4

Wait.We j I II 44
saw; our former pastor, Rev
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Earl Willis, visiting friends around ,.. ,
town Monday. He was over from 4
Palatka to get daughter :Martha 4
Alice who had been spending the I I > iov.I. 4
weekend with Shirley Green ** -44
The Ladies Fire Auxiliary met M-54 i
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Monday night, October 13, at the iJ S' 4tHE
home of Mrs. George Davis. Mrs. J I 4 4
Cordelia Mott's birthday was celebrated /M.KI I Id It It 4
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by th! group. The next 4

meeting Monday home of is night Mrs.scheduled,Polly Oct.Wait.to 21, be at held th CosfsBesf: I It I Parade Thru 8

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Doolittle an daughter Mrs. George Felton, ol fo t 44
Jamestown. N. Y., were overnight t t ,
guests at the home of Mr. an.!I Keep those fine sport shins I
Mrs. Howard Wait last Tuesday
looking like new! Let us
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Tapp en,.\ clean them our miracle I
tertained a group of their friend!, Sanitone way!All dirt and I I
.i spots removed.Colorspat- I II I
t. It 4
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hems and textures are re- I
WANTED TO BUY I stored to original beauty. I II t 4

PULPWOODTIMBER I I Perspiration cleaning gone.odors.No telltale See- AT THE CITY' !PLAYGROUND -- Park W. Pratt Street 4 4 4

for yourself the difference 4

Sanitone Call today Service! makes. I ____ ______________ ___ _________ I ________________________________________________________,, __ ,, _____ 4 4 4

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STARKEDRY
CONTACTC.

R. Whitehead CLEANERSAND :\I RIDES EXHIBITS LOADS OF FUN FOR 4 4 4 4 4

Lawtey, Fla. LAUNDRY ; 4


I EATzc! !! : FROLIC Wif P.l' ALL THE. FAMilY v 4 4 4 4 4 4 4


'Illr l 1 -
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DIAl IN Be Sure To Arrange For The Best Advertising You A r 4 4 4


roWN I" ";5 Your Exhibit Space Early_. J :4E! Can Get Exhibit at the Fair y. 4 4 4 4 4

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E ALVAREZ STORE. 1894 DIXIE MOTOR COURT THOMAS TRUCK TERMINAL 4 4
pp. '4
And Restaurant 4 4

E WILLIAMS[ JEWELRY EDWARD'S, GROCERY & MARKET 4 4 4

CONWAY'S SERVICE STATION 4 4

E OLE SARGE -- BEN SUSLOW At Union Bus Station S. R. JOHNS GROCERYLAWSON'S 4 4 4

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: E STARKE HARDWARE CO. E. T. SHULL .- Plumbing & Heating COLD STORAGE 4 4 4 4


Lookin' for a good tire deal?. I DEWEY WILLIAMS And MarketNICK'S 4

Dri\e by and trade-in your old I ROBERTS JEWELRY Painting and Decorating 4 4 4

rubber on a new set of ATLAS 4
FRUIT STAND 4
Grip-Safe or Cushionaires-the HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. 4 4
ciJ tires that are warranted in writ NOEGEL BROS. AUTO SALES 10th and Water Sts. 4 4

ing against all road hazards for 4
I1 \ I CENTRAL FLA. GAS & APPLIANCE 4 4
full !
1II one
STEFANELLI'S
\ year I E F. REGISTER & SON GROCERY 4 4
1 I ,i ; COMPANY And Market 4
I vi Then you'll be all set for enjoyable I 4
1i i i ,l trouble-free, safer !E DENMARK FURNITURE CO. 4

liberal !trade-ir\ summer drhing. KOCH DRUG STORE FARMERS SUPPLY 4 4

allowancewarranted I E WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE 4

IIIRIS Were your neighborhood I ANDREWS MOTOR CO. STORE GREEN'S GROCERY MKT. 3 3E 44
headquarters for the beet in -
tires and tire service!
against all road I E OLSON'S REFRIGERATION SERVICE GEM JEWELRY DOWLING MOTOR SALES, Inc.liE 4 4 4 4

hazards I 4
'liE; SINCLAIR( REFINING CO. HAROLD WALL AGENCY BOTTOM DOLLAR 3

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I SERVICE CENTER STATION FARM, HOME & AUTO SUPPLY COOK'S GROCERY & MKT. 4 4


E STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY CARL RITCH Plumbing & Heating BARKSDALE'S DEPT. STORE 41

Thomas Truck Terminal

J. R. WAINWRIGHT MOTORS FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO. VOLLIE STARLING GRO. & MKT. <
HALF MILE SOUTH OF STARKEON
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for thiarea 15 aboutuv'lubel; nave !been: bunt up durin ..: atllnrs "rrthu

; 29. RURALCOMMON :,tin 'tan ,nll'lug aei''"

t son siunv.nei! liiilcs .ill.: :.1.. : gOO\l Q. ', I 1' ,: ,

IV FARMER'S the advise of Ed Hall 01 SENSEBy there !" a temptation tu coutrau: .Fi"r'-' ,! '. -. f:. >_ i; ..._.iu.'f: s. :A_;':: : t. :. Z.'ih.'! '

Staike, who raises laying chick debt as if income would continueat L'x ,:

DIARYHy i ens, we wormed our flock \Ye :Spuds Johnson the ame level and then if in- 1 ..

knew it should be done, but we 1 L:'Miie shrinks it i> difficult if not ?

t Sam : to do ', 1 impossible to repay the debts. t
McGarvey are trying so manythings:
TO OHt.1 io \rriit .. .. ,
that we cannot find time to dc NO1S THE TIME Governor Duggan p"r.tl.: In rirmit Cn rt. HnKiinni: < uiiiit, ,
UK n.TIIEU'TIOIS Florida; In Cbanrery.J. J
reIng everything. If we started farm that inflationary pn j > >-uub are: \V. Prevatt, Plaint ..' ,
IX 1'AUM IJOKKONIXGS. ff, v: Timons B. \\ .h i t.f, : .: : -. .. .:M.c te 1, M L.
ing here all over again, it would leveling oft now, with deferpending Reed &: Frances lUt-d, ... l.'.ulfc :id C. -,p'T'I". : "l'
activities of farmers Francs liccd, h.a ..
the In4 : jjeiena-
have been a far better idea tc'1 In the opinion of those whose > not expanding at n : Case? No. 9400 graph.I ,'. ,i. "
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t Bradford County. Suggestions mayA have I strides as it has been in re -'ons i"' fled and Frances \ .
specialized in ,
only a few business is to study the present ;'t'i' [I\l. :- 'I \ i '.
be left at the Telegraph office or4 II .n j" Francis Heed, .
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: years and with the nation's !. .. art
operations (such as berries, for. !situation and relate it to the future 'I J. 'e rcndenc iir.d ad- > .. .. ,
. rnaik-d to Sam McGartey: Late ', !I : rk
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then ing program having pass. : : i\\'n.I .
and
example increased
I our : outlook, now is an excellent time ; :
j i i et y r. : : 'I...: .:
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C -44 scope as ve had proper facilities [,. for farmers to be cautious in the j peak. He expects prices fie! iai ,i :

_YTTTTTTTTTTTYYYYYYYYYY"Hoeing______________________.yyyyyyyTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT. . and time. But just think of alj! i|, use of credit. They suggest using products to drop slightly duringthe ; hay I'Ir.d ,I.,: I" ,. .t(; "r dt:'a.:.'. ". :,;).''-.. In rinriilu I in' ';ml In l lliauirr HUM. Ilr.i4li4.nl). ('iinnlv. Hearing Aid:

from get a larger number we'll make the fun we'd have missed in chasing '1 only necessary credit now: and not coming year. Unfortunately ..1.\ I 1..11'.1! C"JIt: ,.' ,,I j. I' 'I"II ...," . ,
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berries these days
I however, prices for thing farm aI'" r"II.rl'tl: ,.r !I + .. f ,J.
hogs all over the County. I > J'\ ?
another bed and set them out contracting debts that aren'tessential. AM
morning 'till late at night. Have up Ij any families Y"IIl'.tJl'\\. t' "I' 1'Io.d.I':.: : tho :
buy probably will rise .
t tIn j : ''!uplunt' "'1\ th:. \1"a: lifi'ttlrny. Orili-r HI I'lll.ll I ..HI44IIml N..II.I To
Mrs. Sutton helping us, and it u Our little patch of cucumber and slightly at the same time, thus .\ A J. TI', !L.,;, JrStarke ., \ |i'-.I, 'I.Ir 11 11",1.| | I I I"
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talk Florida
slow work, as we believe that the our short experience of grow- a to county : 1'lunde. BatteriesDiabetic
ing berries we've heard xanouri is loaded with blossoms and we home demonstration agents recently 'putting the farmer in a less favorable and file 11,. ifiina' "': "' .. ,
first hoeing is the most important situation.He ', .
tilt.
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have few cukes : i.f the Cjr ior rt
a about
i ready tc Governor I. W. of
and consequently must be done :I ways described for fertilizing after Duggan b-f..r- the
And then the soil''I'the plants are set out. One eat. Alice is hoping that we get I the Farm Credit Administration expects a slight recession, or 3rd day of Nootht \f !'.I.! -, 15: ; .- Foods
carefully. as adjustment, in a few unless 'iu i" 'i|1.. ..ileF.t- ,. d!
enough so that she will be able years : .t
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is quite wet, that makes it al! method, told to us by Tim Blackburn I pointed out that credit will be a *all-out ;'''ml>!aJlIT a i 11! h t.lk ,I. ,.' nfl""- AM)
the harder to do. But it is a real I i,]! entails giving each plant a make some pickles and relish. little tighter in 1953 than it has war occurs or somethingelse *d by you PHONE 218
a happens; to change the situation. This notice j-hal! ie p-U'h..d
nice :j teaspoon of fertilizer as near tc' I been in recent years. He said that. .. SuppliesSurgical
delight to see the rows of The once each week for four "r.ii- -uti\e
green plants come out of hiding ;)1.' the plant as feasible. We were The bush Kentucky Wonder in the past most credit difficultiesrest : the fact governor that is farmers concernedover weeks graph. in the Biadf.'rd C"UITel.! .. COL0NIl1FLORIST

''' to it last but decided beans which we planted are bearing are
'going try -
:year Dated tits
as the weeds and grass are clean. 'using large CO day or .Siiit-'mber.'
and truth to of the tree. We'll try j' amounts of short-term 1052.:
t>il from them. The rows that if we tried we'd never now tell the spraying ]]I
away non-real estate credit which could! OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas,
get done, sov e put a band! of beans do not look much like l'V.'s I j Supports
that have been done look prettygood ,, I come due at Clerk of the Circuit Court.
and the plants startingto fertilizer close to the plant witha \ to us. It may be that as they j I I a time when repayment ly: Marian L Cn.vli.v, I>.-putv Clerk''I
are ,
hand-pushed distributer. Well get older they will. I Our work plans book has beer, might be difficult. 19/3 tt 10/34:! AM)
grow. As this is the first time '! -
I we've been thinking about the I sIt neglected since we started to work : Both the income and the outgc MU'ICU Itt AIM'EAK FLOWERSFOR
we have been able to get berries ''I TrussesWe
Iof In Cfrrult
in 1 scheme which Tim told us about is hard to believe how much our berries.Ve know that it is a the farmer are at vastly higher I'Inrliln In Court.Chance Bradford Coiinty. .I

set out September we are eagerto : j and we think that we have trouble the insects are at this good idea to keep records write !|! rates now than they were some si>.-n..i I..,. i,....n.. ri.ui.t.if, A- i.sa ALL OCCASIONS
see how much earlier we will| may I.. I I.i-1 ,. |I'. :-.n.t, .
the Alice has dusted down your plans, etc.. but it if' years ago. The farmer can make Rent
get fruit. Of course that will depend another idea which may wok a? time of year. I I ., ,,. N '. i r.! ".
well. We'll buy a hand operated and prayed the okra about four another job to do. However, ar money faster, or he can lose it \Pr I'I 1.. \|
a lot on the weather. I 'I
'. corn planter which plants and' times and right now it needs it soon as we get the berry patch in I j.I faster. To avoid trouble. every I 1'1"1'J J CrutchesVeterinary

Last year we had only a few i fertilizes at the same time. It has again. And the same is true about j' good! shape we'll get back to plans,financial farmer hould haw a planned ,, \ (j)

runners in our patch and we let 1. a steel tipped point. and when you other things in the garden They| in writing. *: t I program. < to. .1

them grow wherever they rootedon jab it into the soil it both plantr squash l. for instance is all chewed j i'i
DISH
and deposits some fertilizer. We'Uuse up. We'ot to get more efficient -i The Roadside Market is becoming -, MINI i: or ivir.viiov 10 GARDENS Supplies
the bed. But we noticed Mrs l I >u:<.ixi'iu: 1'111'11I1'' i Mill:
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Sutton move the umners into the just the fertilizer part of it means of both spraying and busy again. As more thing II NuUr.!! I I' h.'n'Io\ t:lt.Ii! I, oj"1 POTTERY
I i jS become saleable Alice has more I undt-i -IKII..I., tinil.-i th.. ]I" v ,,..
and how well
I see it will woi k. We dusting. you arcplanning
row where they will not interfere of ,
"h.t'tiT: | :2! .ri"4'! 1..1'd| i I CANOVAPHKSfKIITION
with cultivation and so that i? I know it will be slow work. a s I and more to do. Picking okra, .Arts of I'IU. will I"-u-,, *. 1\ ", -I I 1", '. POTTED PLANTS
I beans, digging sweet potatoes I(I'i 'Clerk nf the ('irrnlt I c',",u, ,|
Laid off in left field wherewe I
what we are doing. And this year rows I i for iVjujf; ..!,! I'.uuty. s* '. I ._ I F
we are getting quite a few more I Had! a good mess of the first are going to set out some i! cutting mustard and lettuce, asi I Ida] upon| rficijit nf pl....t ,.' i I' 1tit. FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE CENTHInear :
II a ncichome
i snap beans we've ever been able and broccoli but 1: well as all the other things same '}! .f tins ti..ti. ili. .
cabbage plants ,
runners, and we are not sure how : does, I i: lIam ?f Thon.t.1,1, ,, i ., .1 I T .' ( hospital)
to raise in the Fall they j I keeps her going from day. j .. ,
and then we got some more rain and i i Park iiniit-i' \\ II'14h \\ "i .
growers around here handle themIf certainly are good. It has been a it is too wet to bed up. We inI''!I' light to dark. j I,1! in hn'nl-_ III St.irk... I 1,1 I IOwners > Nona St Starke (;aint.'siIIt., Fla.Conway's .
n. T.
Thom.iN star
I ISuMe
we have just a few we'll\ set job raising them because:; of the tend to set the broccoli on Thoma.StarKe, Ki.i ittlur of .. '
I or aiui type
them in the TOA-S, but if we should inserts, but we know now it can low beds and then work a lot of We thought that if you stirred Dated this 6th day ot Octohei A

be done. 1 i soil up to the plants. And fertilize -I the soil that you would lose moisture P IS--! ;!, rtt 5'areer.ull: !,". d "J luildillcall 011 us
heavily. but we read that the oppositeis ty, Flurl'l.
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Se.-ins like it keeps "raining al1 s t true. That by cultivating yorbreak Service Station

1 1I he tmie"I these days. The soil Scarey's two kittens are now I up the tiny channels through > : OF IVir.VIION TO McMURTRY
Jc I:'il"'UU
SAVE $100 KHIIIIOI s \l\IK
dreg! out a little and we start tc almost grown and while Harolc' which moisture is lost through Notlcf i ik IH".I.y l ni\4n' 110..1, ',? ,\M< HOS( ; .NI n OIL
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land evaporation. We don't know thif und! -urn.I 1 1. ii': h'( th 1"\ : 1..11
to
getome work and black
ready Eunice has asked for the ,, ..r 'ha".1'| J", .,'. : 1 1.1\\ s ,.I FI.I ,.
uin rte get more rain. But wear one we call Licorice the other yel- j to be true but we keep reading ,'Aft.-"r> rii| wII: | :ui-t.t, with J n 1,,,, BUILDERS M
k 1 e !'iirkx' at that, that we have low striped male WP call Strawberry I, all the time trying to learn. But ,,Clrl.for( l'i\., "f :I'M, .CM', ,u', ",,Ii ,,1", .tni,, ] uxhiny (inasing Tires, Tubes & harir's
:Hlf..pil "Iltt'"f KI..II
sonu things planted and growing can be had by the first person more so, we keep watching growing Ida' :;'''II ,i. ,ii'| "I; j i": t .1'( puhL.tIlnq ht'y.lone I : Ileith1I'la..: .
and! 'h. rain isn't doing them any who calls for him. He's a things, for there before your "t I 111 I,,4t t '4 4 (In,'ttnnu-! | || PHONE l 117 FOR SERVICEHide ';
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i llamas.: Guess when it stops nice cat but Scarey is "that way" : eyes is the proof if you ran read tl.llll'1! ,', I ,,I''",! '! I''I.I"'I'.t..1\"I: Ml| I I.',-t tnnlr 1 ESTIMATES:

raining well go into a regularFall must get rid of her last'': it correctly. Ii-' Florida
again we ireuhmind BUSSISMMID
s !I' I II ;,1 1..11". ,. CIIEERFl'LLY ( ;.11\ i EN:
drought. and then we'll be
kittens. Fl."i iI
() -Mug about enough moisture. 1 Broke a hoe handle and who:; I l.f ( .. t,"!J" 4V : : SAFETY COMFOUT ECONOMY)
in Starke I'' :.ll"t.l ',,"I 11 1,
I And now the deep freeze is acting I shopping bought :a MIOM.( : :

Dave Tanner told Pop that three It to run con- i' handle. But were pleased when 1 1 \I'0111 KIIVSTOM: : :.r.xi! n.\Y 7-AM/i'Y t
up. seems TO) FLY I In' Ira(1s
easy! Ifa!!. unitharn
weeks after dog fennel! blooms! thatwe tinumufly and our guess is that the in the hardware store they: suggested ) I 1\1-\: '1.O\E':1I Mt.m "
000
cm: expect frost. The pesky thermostat i is not working. There a mop handle as It:1:I -- NII' ,? "I.h ) /'/WII r:

stuff is blooming now and we is always something screaming for cheaper. Sure we know' that a' it n.:.n ..",:.:.&' .,;,;J.Ic.. "4' i "' !.. "-'.-:,. ":

just can't believe that we are that i attention on our farm so we are good hickory hoe handlt: s better ;

close to frost. We'll wait and see reconciled to a lifetime of trying : than a loop handle but the doggone ,

I thing costs as much as a
: and! hope that the "signs" are to keep a lot of things running
hoe used to. I Ii
wrong Acl'CII ding to I the Wr: I the> How simple life must have been '
when the only contrivance on a'' ,
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Bureau the :averagt killing Host' farm was a hand pump. 1 Decided this week that Hen- America New ACTION CAR

rietta was ready for breeding >
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Alice set out a few plants il"tl1P
DURING had a stubborn streak and would ,
OUR FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S which she maintainedwere
garden
not be loaded. When we tried the j

OLD RANGE HOUND-UP Savoy cabbage. Well we "bu jlel basket trick" she promptly I
understand how it could
ran't
JUST ONE busted the hamper. Hogs can i i i is Here Now
Trade in your old stove for thia possibly have happened, but theSa.o be the most:; aggravating cusses | !

streamlined kitchen beauty today. FRIGIDAIREMade cabbage has turned out tc on a farm. I i

b<- rutabagas. *
Reg. Price 289.50 I d,
iOn j r
only by General I About ready to sell Happy. the \
Motors Corp. All otherElectrit one of the clear days thi? bull calf. We know the marketis { ..) ..{' t" t? -'!;
Now Priced 239.50 I week. Sam cut mot of right field ) a--. 7 Z 'r- :"; tr I: '
Refrigerators are off, but we tried to balance one f"
LESS YOUR other where we plan to plant lupine. !I ".\ (,'::.1 .1( '. ..I -,
made ,.. .
I by companies thing against the other, (cost of \ t ; --: "". ";;:

OLD RANGE 50.50 I and cannot use the word But he did not quite finish the job: keeping him against the possibility -- _\itJ'r' ?: 'X ;
had! 'Hj'I' !
Frigidaire. and since then we've more of a higher price) and decided tc t. it. ,tJ
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rain and now it looks bad forever
sell. i
189.50 ./j! ,;
I getting the lupine planted ,, j \ jfl,1'.1

i Want J, A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE early enough to blossom before ,,
| Somehow other rlld
have
or we just j /
Central 1 Fla. Gas we cut it under. to I I' f kI
? ? get more greens planted thi? :
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coming week. Have a couple ofj __ r : i iI

THEN SEE A pecan tree in the barnyardwas beds cut down and have been waiting j t i'T
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& Appliance Co. growing fine until a bund for them to dry out but it i .. :
sort of fooks jI
E. H. SMITHTenth of web-worms went to work on it hopeless. Well. we < .a
got to get the greens planted sc1 I
119 West Call St. Sam burned! out one web then '
and Temple Ave. the situation is: Not if, but how. \
Truby Griffis another one, ano"now ,. We've always 4 .It
managed some
Phone 301 Siarke. Fla. .,,.,...
.-- Starke, Fla. there are several more in it screwy answer to a problem be ..,

Hate to burn it as it damages the fore, and we will again. ,,,. ..oJI

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Knothead. the runt pig, is getting -

herself in serious trouble I

She has about the run of the place, I

ANNOUNCEMENT and so far hasn't caused any ,

damage but now she is / n
rooting up
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then added some bits of cooked'' Dodge
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I -- -- -- -- -- I ritlllAY. OCTOIJKR: '? '. 1932:

once Good on toast. Addresses Of R-'T ir 1"1'a"llIl! < ; > -
Interest I n.;>'a :m .
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Yesterday Don went to Sioux '. ,' i I. J 1- i'1.,t ." I.: In\\ .:: ,n. "n dance unh; the Kina! ciiilent I public 1','? : .d.

Cit to get his hau' cu' He stopped I. -- ..ra: : 'J, .: Itet' !I' t' rrndrred in the above rn- ford \I. ,
rdnkhn! ;ijilcl.! 1H 2l62S.MrKit. : > r.F '. II. r . County : ;?t
at a drug store and tli'-y' were : t'.tJ.'d i.uise will sell at public sale: the West 132
113'Tr: : a;'ll., :iT;-01+" L.t< klan: t. 1 1j i, :fi > :at-1: n
having a one cent sale. He got 'M."' \\j i n : i:: h i the following to-wit
AFB San Texas. \ .. > k r property : Quarter of sai IiI i 1 ; -
Antonio !
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.. '- :th. rxx IM id. ..d.11 "'1,, .,. .L
r me a hair brush bath powder and Mrs. James E. Hitch, change t, ". TTX.ith, Qual-1! v.f The \\-T i : I i': (t.'h: i tI' \'.

other things. Made me so happy from Britol.'a.. to 18th & ShoreDrin r I r !11..1! !: cf; Boi! k S\; Si'" .' < ': ,', 1' ', C ,', "

just to be remembered. I sliP C I'. ,1.1. I: :' i'1\ ,
am \ E. Ocean Drive Norfo'k 'V..1. f .r ." j zt I' : a r' t"

ty Lura Burqess MoliherHn ,O happy. \ grr'u '!"'''i- '. fia.lf I Ili i .,;.'\ T- !. \, t t.' I II I- i ; {Ii :.

'.) "a.C. 1 r '1'1.. I : ..; ..... I'M
-Dor.'r: NEBR. W. Colson 770 I i '. t t1
The heart remembers Viiii.i; ;: ('u:i' .
little ''f'l-TI''I.\L' '
SK\L .\.J '1'1,1- .
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HP, N. E. Atlanta. ; I''''11'I' : \ I. I ; : ,
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\\ the Autuni dajs go especial day. I like to honor that things i K f tt! 11. t.t: (' .urt _
IJ Mjrs.T.: a. .- .. ..... r" 't' I i! i. \
winging li>'. I plant my rye, I day for its best. And wisdom holds them dear Slavs Merry Winkle RIO' 'Fq; ..r, I. .
I ....!; .l i uirr Vc,: ,. .
: Dietary Dept.. Geo' '. f it a v i l ia-; : t
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oM l and make A tender smile the hand's ;
"ling brief
Mings orange I made orange marmalade this I Hospital. Atlanta. (1 "IItF. :\:11.-: \',].\ : : ;-. i ,

ilia rmalad I'. morning. Especially good on toast touch ; > f i'n.u !1. v' n, In The (in .tut. ( mirt Of The T \ ", t-
Mrs. II. C. Rons. ttitti" ; M-ii \ ,i", ,
A lovely word to hear. : i \ \: \'AY' O.\i'i\:
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I cooked a duck this week ; Eighth Judicial ( n. nit" of Tb
of soft Ave.. San DK-LO !I' u. Iii., I! > ,
That time day as a? te' Oh. life' 7. c.il.t! u1 1.1 I-:
\ Jr. brought home. It was most brilliant tapestry 1.1-' V''.!.i.:1' : :!,-'" I State Of Florida III Ami I "r
gray wool yarn, Would ,] Mrs B. F. Boon., Kt I I. Ja .ksim. ,, ..
| and tender. He has gone rheas pall before too long .i'' | |I-' .| Bradford (Count ; In i Itan....' \
While mother insects trilled j Without Tenn. t I nl.-- : tin| :"'eh I ,!
l j ant hunting now. Pheasant meat the simple, background .it I i It-: ... \> m.| one .t. "I 1 i .1' -. K. T I'r.wI'laintiff! \ "
their lullabies i threads Wm. Enos Hayes. Pi K. A Klol-iil( i I I.b.. 1"1 !I". .. .Q. },-,, .Jf.l. .
is white end delicious. Better ,t Mt ('ud,! i'' .1 j I i- VM.c 'II __ 3K1 ....
We sat together on the porch very That its Fraternity. 1294 Union Ave.. Memphis full!! )p.rl4..t! !, ..i iiarol., ] I u u'u'I -- ""'"Rk'.1EiIIIIi'STARKE !!
I than chic-ken. Don has gone keep beauty strong. .. w 'II, it.n'ob '' in it,. i r. I ( .1 i :. -.

farm wise. : to other 4, Tenn. \ itaii.Inrt'i ,i., t'n f. d "rooh tl. '1'O'I'I( ... 01 ... 'II I RADIO AND
My parents knew a child's heart, over our Mortuary at Ali That is what Pauline Caldwel' Mrs. Don Neel. IS Stratford I S|,. ...1 T. I n",' of I't"; .. | ,|
i len to ". T\Ki i ..NATTENTION- 1 "' E SERVIC
like a barn pick up some ]umber \\ei, writes. Place. Newark. N: J. I ap) -It .II it! t t II .AllltllX4 -' '
TELEVISION I I
are having stoker II I-U .t [Hi' < "IIX I" 'IJ'1." : \'
Had lofts and crannies waitingto ; a put in the I Autumn is passing so swiftly. A. L. Sullivan. 811 Magnolia ,n, th.. f'r01"1.:1.' 'I i | ,i I I'It -

be stored I, furnace over there and we had j I Already it is snowing up north of St.. Ocala Fla. .'t! \"" i I'M.'.:, "----- -
to have bin t'httb I AiuI 1 1I
And from fields a built for stoker i ij I us. The geese and ducks Airs. J. H. I: L.V..K.I'.
the bright-green are on ; Hooten. Box 1374 > I Vf Service On All
._ of their upbringing: j h coal. I went with him to take the river ready to head south at Eustis, Fla.Liuian I.- >. --u i.x )n. i t. ,r ii .,_ I Repair Makes
j I over some lumber and la. k-.nx ill, II.I .1.,
new
They filled my heart with we had the first real cold spell. The Thomas. Weld Rite I ..I I 1.- l" ;.;.

lilting Irish singing. i lumber left after the bin was done. j farmers are picking corn. Great Welding Works. Ft Myers: Fla. ". 7 in J4Tl TELEVISION and RADIOSFor

Ou days when I'm feeling sad i i He went to bring it home. The j loads of it in wagons drawn by ; Mrs. Emma Hill change from --

awl bored sun is shining so pretty but the 'I tractors go by the house. Sometimes Law ter to care of Mrs. N. S. ;I w III .i.VI IT'OTII'.MAY t:'a'I I I l\; If You Have ,

My joy returns' on some ole:!, air i i.-s chilly. I received the rye a corn picker: goes roaringand Blount. Tice, Fla. >: Thl11,1, l. is KIX-II .. ,u\, an.l

i seed from my son, and have it Fred all i-laiinnnt-/ i.f tin- iM.n., .".t ( \1\\ PINE Oil CYPRESS
ballard winging. II chattering by. This is a D. Eiland, change from Klizaheth I Kay: .t.,1.. I Ii., ,: > ,,-i 1 PHONE
, Jessie Merle Franklin I planted in my garden. It has' farmers' town. It is the county '1' Hampton to 5572 110th St., JacksonvIlle |! ;ar.I... file your lafms wnh the PROMPT

/ I not haH time u._._ tn__ rnma_... nn up .m-of'..... U Tt I seat. I love our town Fla. '; i'oiinty Judge ..( lvailfi.nl '.unity.' TIMIJKRTOSELL
and

All old songs bring back memo is pretty dry here. I had parsnip country so. I do believe that my Barney Johns Jr.. change from I j i months Florida. from within the first eight! pul.li., ...itu.i alendar..f. Large or Small Tracts .

ries. Some that bless and burn. i| out of my garden this week. I people who have been in the servo ;', Starke to 3079 W. 9th St., Jack. j j .thl barred. notice.by. :Slab"f..r the .-lain/ I L.m,. will!i.ition-be RELIABLE I 198.W

Others take us back to childhood( j have plenty of turnips too. Our ice of their country love and appreciate 1,I som'ille, Fla. ;' ('Iailli III'U-t be duly -.ni.in to add We Buy All

The songs my Mother sang will! streets all have oil now-the first their country and [I filed' SERVICE
government !, FII -I t I'ub .".
In
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forever be in heart sweet coat. The dust is
, my as settled nicely more. '
!I Perhaps our systen: "hn AVVbitf, KTeoutor: <.f PAY TOP PRICES
sad and lovely. My father's ;j, Makes me glad.HELPFUL of drafting or before the KM.tie: of ( >li\c KllZillitlh -- -- -- --- -- --
boys will
make u!? |otherwise' : :22!: K.: ( VI.I. ST.
favorite "Beulah I! the allegation of said Kay. I VRKISUPERIOR '. F1.
hymn was Land". j HINTS When more patriotic 1; e \.
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I youwant appreciate our Complaint will Je taken as confess )in I 1 IT 41 11 ;
I know my parents are In that to :d by you.This -
save one half a lemon. privjlges of voting and other freedoms - --
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fair land, of which he loved t(' dip the cut end in melted we have in notice shall he published MIIICI' : iu tiTCMK: Write or Call < __ c.-- __, = 'c-iG.-: !: -.: = ''- :: _- /,
parafin a democracy. once each week for four consecutive It C'irrnit ('lIrt. Hrnilfvnl fulfill,.
sing. Now when going makes z I i 1' I"orid. In i i
then it can be stored in the re God bless you all. Tele- )! rii.-inrfrr.
heart sad, I find best to call up':' I, l..naV.. Cli-li.. ISaintiff: \ -. Ja. I k i
frigerator. Use a pipe cleaner tc LOVE LURA 1, Ilalyd h- :!!1 I-t al.y ..f ( T. til|i.It.\ Ia..f.'ndant.
a song. Sing it with all your i clean the sewing machine then oil. ; I' ,:!. I'lfll.r'l CaK.. X., !,'I l; B.T.THOMASLUMBER i i !

might. The clouds will roll away. j By all (OFFICIAL !SKAI.) A. J \ctiee T. tpprar: I
means vote this
i coming Clerk of the Circuit Court To. .I.n! 'k T O'Mcll whose
My favorite is "My Faith Lookf Nov. 4. It is our privilege. I r.Hinlv Jlld&;..'* I'uurt: IIruiI rural ly! Marian L. rn.sl.y, Ii-puty (....rk. -n. .' tutu address! I is (l"n'' >w r-n-Irl. i I- CO. !
( mini). I'lurlihi' ; In I'rohalr. 1 i"' :!'i You arc .
Up To Thee. I sing that so much :: 41 11 MMIIHT hereby no'1'- lat
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ORANGE IX ItFstat): .. i PHONE: I
MARMALADE: 121, : .f Henna Uol.in-i'i: t -- suit for 211 t J
when I wash dishes. Monday :j \\ i
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my i, 4 lemons. iKfjms Merloni. Deceased.NOTK : l nn
oranges. Slice orangeand P. 0. Box 735
, Is Don's i: TO tlUIIITIIUOOi: has Lt.'it f'.l! .
, birthday. I have invited i 'III tl'ITMI :'in.u I'i i : /tI I
i lemons thin, cover with water J Ji All:: creditors of the eMate of lire lit Circuit Court. ill.oX-. Ii.II'' d| ','u'| I toy 01| | STAKKE, FLA. i
his brother and wife over for dinner ili.i) .. I'radliard'aui" iI
'j !loun-oii! .
i and let stand overnight. Second WijgiiHrrloiiK.' .1. I'loriila In ("liniKrrr.Villi.ini .. 'tt .I1' I '''I//'I'd'I I .. ''t ,I'' I iI I I i iii ('\ 1's'en.e: of fine and
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.Isrd uprigh'
i .roo lrflir.nt.fird( '
in the evining. I will bake a and reiiir \ I: Tayli.r. I'i.mu, > oil'" J i
i day cook until tender. Third daygrind ; .-d to flit :'';.v claim" "r d..- .. .. \ I
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> Ta 'li.r: modern
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bg!: three-layer cake, pink and inands whi.-h they( have > s'.l.i .1 I serving and unusual carefulness .
iiiay against: j i
; through a food chopper ,.; X". "j : '
"alii ca!* in th.i aafr.r fliuCounty .,. ... ...--. _____u
white. I will have candles. I' ", J. .\1'1.:1 r. : in jruardinjr against
: ; : needless
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Measure as much sugar as you t JIIIIK-- of Bradford; County; ; To. I I-: .. M. Taxlm.; n h".. > YTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTNOTICE ex
will bake chicken and eat in do Florida. in the Court H.."..e at .
a ground fruit Cook in amount ,, drnrruuladdrrv; I i i- 'I'n6nn, }pense.DeVVlTT
Stark.Florida, With! -t eight t'l> I I
the dining room perhaps by candle 01 about four ups each Cook alcnilar months from' tin- datof suit You for are hereby m.tni.U tint a ( PLANNING TO MOVE r ?

til'- first publication; of his Xoticc' IIi .'.
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light. Birthdays are ones own until clear and thick. CHM: at Kach claim or demand iiiu-t l I..- ini has bran tiled

'". i 'tnif and must: :state the place ofidenie above nain.d C.iint nu.iinst;IIH"you'caii'-e in ;an.I Mi. 1 r ,' I.ft u> do t the joh for > ou nim-

. i -. and post office addrof. you aie required t t.. I C. JONES
MMa; ''1'"r "
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local 1
Ih.) lainiant and must lie MV'nrn ,to R.B.AL'rAREZ-t'SC/I/ l operate ;and lunar
: 'c-: ; : : your ansxxer or ;:Ill .
: o; j .tr t. tl
"\ the i-laiinant.: his asr-nt hi.n"I 'rUlV. Phone
or 7
...... > :rpla"t| ; "n' Ih.I'I.! ). lit 1ft l lI ." '. MOV"G di>tanre am. Wlll'flin U. S. Starke, PI:1.r : .
''II. > or it will 1> .11I."hl a.- .
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"tilms to law. Fl.M.i! I./ '' "i.. "I' ,Id I lit .1., tatu't 151r11Z. .

DR. R. D. HAMILTON l..lri! i.f tli.:M.' est.ue w iggin; ..f:. Administrator ivrtha Itolnn- X lle. I--1..I',, d Phone 311 1 25Q-J -. 1___ _ ,
and file' th. .i 1.-" 1 in 'J i.. < or
"'n Winging! H-rlonff, deceased, !
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Inf i the Clerk' o'.I! th.!: 'n. tin! Funeral Director
Kit-' pi.l.\>li'" ;at ion .October In.! Ii."i2: : : ',r before thlii .- Ambulance ;St'fil" t
10 '111 4' in ::::1 .
Has Resumed Regular Office Hours d.iv ?' S. .' ..1.) i __|* Kvrcllrnt Storam1 'al'lltIl'S-" t Our local funeral home enables na to offer
'.th"I\II-! r I Ih.|| ., '! ,..I.! *' d i convenicn. and :
i'oniihinit| \\ !JI l l.. !,, K. i I. : t services not otherwise available.
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# .f.N..N..N.N..N of NN..f.N.a In Circuit Court, Itrailfonl Count*. I This: ii-it .-,- vh ,il II] l 1... i ,' : j 1y
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riiiriiln. : In Chancery. i ''II.... "." \, r "r f M R. B. ALVAREZ t ____.m_ y
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r.-i- \-ln -l-.ll. Plaintiff.' \ l I'.r.
9:00 A.M. -- U Noon tli' :\"ln -' -I' '. nil.ml "i\Telegraph'" weeks III the IJi.nl:! :' ,pi,( > '. t We furnish the highest type service at lowest pru ajd ,I

\ To lppenr. I'.IM, X". 4 nutlrr "a Milled 'In- I i\ i .. Agents' for Delchcr llro,<;. 1 accept ANY life insurance policy in force, issued bA'. 1 :

(OFFICIAL SK\L ,, ,
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('b\ I ,k f MlI, Perr 'man Uhf/ S company as payment in part or in full on a fun. rai
| ,--,idn| .Mill, :addle" t I-' I'llKMoUII' | ,1' i 'I il Court St. :
1 700 400 P.M. 7:00 9:00 P.M. You are h'ld.}" notified that a Iy! :Marian I. i'i >"-l.\ M-p'i'x, ,, > 1.,1 r : Consultation carries no obligation. :
suit for I 1" 1" I! I I" i
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_______ 11_______________________N.. been I 1 filed against you in the :\OTICr.' III APPIMIl -r
al"nanlt'.1 Court and cause and i in 'lrtii Court. Urmlforil County
Hembree Phone you are required to serve a of I 1-10'01'1.111; In Clinnrerr.jliertba .
Bldg. 329I copy j to:. Lee, Plaintiff .
your I answer or pleading to the | \ < .1..7I. .. )H";; .
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complaint on the Plaintiff's I|,I \V.\ Defendant. (1't; '' :\0' :9411; 'I" .'::i't.(./.
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NVal O Kvans. Jr.. 103. | i < "
Attorney. ,
Starke Fla. ; Tn.lahrz: \V. Lee, whose residence AI' >
l.lw Exchange: MMg. Jacksonille ;
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?. Florida. -sand i i address' i is: Klin: R"ad l t'r"na -
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well. a ', _
.nn. I tiditt/ "
nd file the original in the office ofI'lerk
\ ,,f th.rncuit" I'oiirt on ; suit You for are heicby, notified th.it a > ;. y_ ...l.lI

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,[ been filed against you In theah"vs' ,d
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named Court and cause and
rOil a-e required to serve a copy of -
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your answer or pleading to the .
, complaint on the Plaintiffs I,' I \_\ I

Wholesome goothiessevery Attorn" '. T. Frank Landrum, ) f''...,'...h... .. >_ .. 1.'t 1.---
Starke. Florida, .' ::. '- :: ":' t .,::,::t\f! '
and file the original in the. office of ;: ). --.' '
the Clerk' of the Circuit Coufrt on td.t
ur before the \ 'ir. -

!10 day of. :.Vi.veinbiT.. 19:.::. ..,
..thprwist> the I' .
allegations
of said
CompIaJnt, will be tak..n as contVaHed 1
in bottle !! by you. -. 4d
:I This notice shall be published
i once each! week for four consecutive f

!i weeks in tie ITadford County Tee-
1 era ph.i .
i Mated this >> day of 1I..t""er. 19-li: :!
I( (OFFICIAL SKAI. A .1 Thomas
I Clerk of the Circuit Court
| By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Irv
10 10 4t 11):1: I i'
1 tmici: TO \ r C' a
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t tt
y nay Coke by the case 'I| In Clreult Court, llrmlfiiril C<>nnv '
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Melfina Ilierro .>0\ iii.,. I'laiiniff' 1f
:i VM. < 'eedotiio| :S-\ill.i "M-f-nrlant p

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Ntlrr' 'I'n %|>|ienr.To ,
: "I idence! and addre.i h- 14 : K l: ;i':with 'IOU I
I Street. Xew York, X. Y \
\'t+ 1 You are hereby notified that a ,
i suit for

Miturce custody and control of
niKinr, hlltl and rr..rution iif
r e j] : nianleii name LOWER INITIAL COST throne

,' has been filed, against you In the the '"i'" i is per oi. 0'". e dull-
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J..ii.d.lIam..d.lr,' required Court to serve and cause and ms' (gntv >" rt f 8 BIG JOB'
a ropy of
J Aai r I Ia y.-ur. :answer:: or pleading to the
C">:iil.i| >nt on the Plaintiffs

; I I Starke.Attorney.Florida T Frank, l-.ndi urn, Wdve Got Trucks Tailored to Fit"our


laT.d the file Clerk,the original of the Circuit in the office Cwurt

I un or before the

1 x 1.M 17; day of \"\ .*mb.*r. PIJJ; :!.

otherwise the allegations of Bald

I Complaint will be taken a. con- Widest i Power Choice
fesarrl by you. Job Better!

once This! each notice week shall for four tt consecutive published! series for series, in the Wfon to 3-ton field!

weeks in the Bradford 'lIunl1'.le All the option.- taa'i need) to have trtii'K fitted
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graph. .-
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c 'Mated tin 1"> day ..f (tr...b-r. 1S32;; .--- 1 to your job t-::0.,11 tlv -- the 1 right en' ; im right

OFFICIAL Clerk! SEAL of the) A.Circuit J. Thomae Court., r i tfall nlls."I'HI.' i right ::ixle, right; 1 tin- -sizesFord's : -

Hy Marian I.... Crosby Deputy Clerk. i ; got' < )\i-r 'll'i -..t'fll'PO..f: i umbinalions -
1t F-7 BIG JOB
10 I IT 4t 11, :: w IS powered br new 145- from J'i "
tun < ktip to ill -ton
k giant
h p. Cargo King V8. Deliver more horse la
\ <;.C.\V. }Hir./ .J tJlh'
vN ; Miriri: 'f'nI'I'J:.\H _. 4 power per eu 111. than any other ga- _
In Circuit'dart.. 'F4 '
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llradfuril ,
Ountr.
i powered! truck the ten
engine oMong
I'luriila: In t'hanrerr.
l nialces'' Five Great Engines!
:-- fI.I"! La u < -'If' l 1'l.n'itlff YI'xa leading
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T., I To:, ., \pprar.I\\r.n. ... \\hr.. ?KJt +..+. .,tt r Three all-new ov'rhl.ad-valve Ford Truck

!I- ". .-. url). i.ldre*.. ,i- 7'. \\ h ,; t e engines rut fn lion, delm-r{ more ot de doped
N xt \ ? Yolk. Xx. > i
80 jlt sn.t Y..II for.lie, h.-ieby n.-t f tj U! .i' .i BIGGEST SELLER-,'INJJTSIWEIGHT i, S power! The five-engine; lineup::

t I "" "' and f. I f CLASS! The Ford f 5 with choice o06- i 101-h.p. COST CLIPPER SIX. New!

-- !>.ir.it t "It ..c. .i ." h.p. Truck V-8 or m''-newu'(I COST '
li.n been filed agaIn"t \ "i ''> fv h.p 1'4txlq 1 106-h.p. TRUCK V-8. New Power!
.. CLIPPER 5u\!
above (
nam d 'im ;trd: ,1
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w 114
-hp. BIG SIX. New
roll are t't''lUl' -,1 I' J, tt ;j"' f Power!

r 1vrni7ivhv11I your, anew' :r .-.r iil-.i.l.r.i : 'e fR 145-h.p. CARGO KING V-8. New!
'I'mnl.- .
l Tt J i'I.i.l 1 *'* !f's
t r. Fr., ., : M > 155hp. CARGO KING V-8.. New!
,
i : .1..
M .. brat
a : .g.nal: In M office
t : ,v f toe', '. = Run for
or '." ; t Court oti / THE ONLY PICKUP. rh or :a new! Pennies !

ii i : .' I- A-F' i N engine1 Fad f 1 gives crioic
Xov.' niber. !",:!. t We have the exclusive Ford Truck K( 'ONOMVRUN
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otherwise Ui-. allegations of said! of new 1'_ 10 P COST CUPPER Sax or

I ed Complaint by will be taken as confes.-- t' r famous Truck V-8, now 106 h.p.! J BOOK-the on-the.job running co,t
y >u.
Thi notice shall be published reports of 5,500 actual 1 Ford Truck owners lover

once each week f..r f..ur 195 kinds of businesses! Come
consecutixc in and *e
,. _., ..
weeks In the Bradford J..tet4t.r.P r..t CJ< oco4 +' .
S graph. County T"1 e- o. ,''''....'04 d.o.n/mr .. ..oJer"ppiy ro',d.'_ the txok-look I up your kind of work-sethoia

LavJJi4f.La4LI ,, Dtted this K. day I.! M. !tol.er, l&r! little it can cost you to run a FORD Truck!
(OFFICIAL
SEAL) A. J. Theraas,
Clerk ef the Circuit Con ill
Cy Marian L Cr.ishy.,, I''.puty Clerk ee FORD TRUCKING COSTS LESS Ford Trucks
24 $I ItloJ o0 1't 17 4t 11/7 Last Longer!

Bottle Case \"oTICI10. trpr.in r.o.A.r. UIlGrI Jal." ttylittahoa date zo 9,063,
'in Circuit ( "..r.. nraUfnrd Count
Oepol! -AJ Your Deal ( J.ihti n. ISrackt-Tt. Plain'iff, v C' A
I Mildred K lir.n-kctt l>. f-ndai.t
.'.i>r Xo, *4!< y Andrews: Motor
>.Mce To '",,,'sr.I Company
OITttO WNDU AUTHOIITY OP THE! COCA-COIA COMPANY IT | T-- Mildred E Pra It-tt. whor mn
residence and ad.lrtI!' I'
!tkn..K
STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY You .*TP hereby notified that a
1 suit for Dv.r.-e! has been

"'Col.-JIG r.yid.,.., ttod.-. e i 1952 THE COCACOMP": "" against. y u .n the at.! .. ie named filed Madison & Adams Sts. Phone 118 STARK
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t rRIDAY, 19)2; _____ COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA
OCTOBER 21
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000. and ten new vacation cabins I II ,i tics; about the ballot. All are in- Panama City were visitors .
The Tabernacle
At lof u rented the
i home ,
I Dye on LakE: I j J H Yt c.1.!c... ar.ii I !; :- \.r:
i Al I Nelson is chairman of the local vited to come and bring their hus I Keystone last week. They dropped Geneva. Mr. I ,
i : Degenhardt is ir land, Idah, i.in.i t." hweek ;> -'
Come thou with us and counc bands. ) in to see Mr. and Mrs. Weld. business in Gainesville. .
of
a gUests; M.
we will do thee good : Number Important Mooting ., Do not forget the PTA Carniva' Mr. and Mrs. Al Nelson have: Miss Gladys Tillis' mother. Mrs F. M. Walrath Sr. :The! ,
1029.: The Melrose Woman's Club ha on Oct. 30 at the school house. i gone to North Carolina for a visitof Till*, entered Riverside Hospita' scnoolmates nacKondor' :'.
;
Schedule of Tabernacle services: invited Keystone: people to a Mr and Mrs J. C Detweiler ( indefinite: : length *'."> .',1', k fiT :O"\ltlm i !\tnI3
Sunday 11 a.m.; Sunday Bible meeting to be held in the Melrose hate gone to Norfolk,) to visit their Mi! and MrW.iN.: ..:: Hard :. M I r >: :M-s! "r I L S'I:"< ln\r\ .i I l' Mis :Mi'i!; tr't Tru1 \ ,'
School 3 p.m.; Sunday 7:30: p.m; club Oil Oct 29 at R fJl11 Mr son who :s stationed thereMr ti.-k: ': 1'I! '\ h: 'h.' ;Shtuitt't' ; MK'! \ .. '.- .. -1\ lu :\ .. nt.i! \
Tuesday Bible Study & Testimony Arnold Grobniar.. 'If t OamesvUle Berdie Ewing hd bw: irR'vrsidf : 'S-i .- : :'h. \ ..: '.' : I' i, .
Baptist Church I Methodist ChurchThe 7.30: pm.; Ladies Auxiliary & representing the Leaguf Won et Hospital: St'. 'I': cfci- \! v-" .,itin., .: :' r .t 0 v.\\t! ., ;::''.\1'1. '1 h f'it'" hr.' ":"' '
I of Prayer Meeting, Thursday 3 U Voters will -peak on) rh proposer tilt d .:JieckupM ? I K -' ,110 h.. > .
Fire"will First Methodist Church R' II'
"Warming at the Wrong I 1 p.m; Friday 7:30: p.m.: Saturday amendments and answer ques ana Mrs J E Ohui'mvel V) uul M''!; "i-getiiiti t' i 't- 10 S' ,' "
St. :
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be the sermon topic of Rev. Starke cordially invite you to at- "
Youth 7:30
i Meeting
: pm ,..
L. D. Haines this Sunday morningat iI tend the following services of worship Everybody welcome to every servue. ; the 11 o'clock worship hour. I ". .
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1 on Sunday, October 26. TheChurc'h especially those without echurch -
The Church Choir will bring
home
School begins at 9:15: withi
special music directed by Mrs. L.
A. Canova. The Carol Choir will i a class for every age group. Morning St. Edward's Church
sing the offeratory hymn. ForI services begin at 11 o'clock.

, the evening hour at 7:30 the October 26 is National Temperance Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. STARLING'SCelebrating
Pastor's message will be "If I Sunday, and Rev. Thomas G. Weekday Mass 7:30: a.m.
Gained the World". The Chape! Mitchell will join with fellow I II Children's Class Wed. 3:00: pm
Choir of :youth will bring specia' 1 pastors throughout the nation ir I Kej stone! Heights
music. The duo of
piano-organ
(Women's Club)
preaching c.n "The Evils of Alcoholic I
:Mrs. Dinkins and Mrs. Stricklandwill Beverages." I Sunday Mass 1st 3rd, 5th Sun.
lead the congregational singing 11 am. :2nd? and 4th Sun. Sam,
featuring requested hymns an{ The Senior and Intermediatt'jMethodist Confessions before all Masses
choruses. There will be another Youth Fellowships wil'J I
meet Sunday evening at 6:30: p.m'j i Our 7th
Baptizing following the evening 'Theressa Christian Anniversary
hour of worship. The MYF choir sings at 7:30.lr,1 the Sunday i
church service at :
Sunday School meet at 9:4: : I Services every Sunday evening ,
Mitchell will preach on the Reformation -
with a full staff of teachers ant!! grit 7:30.: We extend a cordial invitation :
officers and P. T. Nolin of the theme. "Here I Stand. to every one to come ,
Unions for each age. The mid-week prayer service anc11 i']'' worship with us and hear a fine with this Great S ALELOIN
Bible study i is held each Wednesday
Mid-week service is held each evening at 7:30.: i Gospel t-ormon. I
Wednesday and attended by more i. Cecil Douglas, minister
I
than 75 each week who erj.y the I II
,
i UOODLAWX BAPTIST
St. Mark's Episcopal
Sweetest Hour of the Week, with ,| ,i
nii'iini
the Bible message by the PastorTo I II i I I
t'Ra)11I01111 K.: .M.icBlain j'' The Woodlawn Baptist Church
all services a cordial invitation I'I p 4 -
I
is extended Schedule of services>:: I, of Lawtey extends a cordial vvel1j
to friend and I
stranger Sunday, Oct. 197:30: a.m. Holy : out '
:j come to everyone to come
alike
to worship at the First Dap- I T-BONE iic
list of Starke.Church Communion; 9:45: a.m. Church i, and worship with us. Sunday
|I School; 11 a.m., Morning Prayer I!]! School 10 a.m. Preaching at 11 ,

of God & Sermon. :':i'i a.m. Sunday night services 7 3C I II SIRLOIN
Friday, 7:30: pm. Litany and p.m. Wednesday night service
Sunday School 10 a.m.''Morn Meditation. i 1 I 7:30: p.m. I' CLUB

ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening A. G. Flynn, supply pastor j
Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service Church of Christ I I LB.
Tuesday 7:30 J'tXTE'OST.\I. HOLINF.SS( -
p.m. Prayer Meeting Corner 10th and McMahuu
::30 (1 Il'H.'II
p.m. Thursday.
Law tey Bible School-10 A. M.Preaching11 I, Sunday School 10 a.m. NO LIMIT
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning A. M. and 7:30: ;:; Morning Service 11 &.m.
P. M. I Evening Service 7:30: p.m.
Worship 11 a.m. YPE Servo
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study j I Prayer Meetings Wednesdaj . .
ing Saturday, 7:30 p.m. each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. !j i I night, 7:4.: ::, p m. Saturday: nign' -_ ," -__ ', ., .Jt,. .! _." _: ,_ : ',:, ;:,_ -. _. ---.Jii:' : .. .i:.'. _'. ,' :'.' .:h, :v ,"- __-_.- .__ ::},,:;; ,:, :.'
Everyone welcome. .." .
Presbyterian Church i I 1-: p.m.rill'KCII Just Come On Down To Our Store. We Have Plenty Of Steak For You
> OF .IKSl'S: CHRIST
Sunday School at 9:43.: H.\\'Uss: HIGHWAY \ NOTICE-
Friendship Class 10 a.m. IH1UII NFt'st ; i iI i OF LATTFJl DAY SAIXTM: This Week. Buy Some For Your Deep Freezer Too.
Morning service conducted a 'I I 1 Masonic Temple, Call Street.

11 a.m. 1!i attend Start the making Revival your plans Meeting now tci at morning Sunday: 10 School a.m. Sacrament every Sunday Sen- '. -.' _--.'_ : -. : ,. _. .- _, : : : :' .-'- : :.- c-_ __-- : ,.: _P.- ..' '_':. __', :, -- < ="': '. -. <:',

uJMieir Bayless Highway Baptist Church ices 6:30: p. m. A cordial invitation


Ifi"ty of _11'.tI' 5 beginning 3.We a. are great praying Monday revival fm Night and EvangeljM, November expecting t. ,I is The PUAYKK extended Great to LKACJl'K Commission all. ; NOTICBt Praver O ANSEit 1 Lbs 23C pt PICKLES Qts 29C CUTRITE I E Pkg 13CI


and Pastor A G Karnes will dr League 304 Park St. Bring your
ate the preaching We extend to al1a I problems at 7:30.( p m Wednesday 2 Bchs Doz
Oct. :29.! CARROTS 19C EGG S 59C For
.QWO OK IMimUl..- FAST MUII welcome invitation to attend, TYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYKeystone l'KN N S 3 29C

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,,Starke, lij' :Mrs. Sara Idullaltl I II I 13C 59C COOL AID 3 Pkgs 10C'FA'

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K EY. LEWIS I>. IIAINES Pastor \( Y TBSDEIt T \1.1.. 1\1 hl\1>> .


Jefferson w Morning*** -- ->*Phones-and*Sen-*--Court-'ices--Office----Streets-'-'Warming 2:5-:-1 I'astorium**---*-In-at-The,the Heart-Wrong 130 'of Fire"Town"--- the Wlllllan.The new Woman's. held club(luh the year;.MeHs Club first' in of meeting the KevstoneHeights )flub: of: I o K R A 2 Lbs 25C) MIL I L I K{ 3 For 43C SAUSAGE Meat Lb 38C0'


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house on last Tuesday. Oci H.
Evening Services "If I Cained --
the, Whole_ World"Sunday I The new year books were distributed .- ,-.it.-. .... .fiA": .
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Sundav Sermons: l 11 ::00 A,11. 'j:30 l'.11 1. and several project-- tor
School !9t5) A.M. Training Union 6:15: P.M. the next few weeks were outlined Beautiful RED TOKAY Top Quality Churngold Bonless Lean BEEF

Midweek Service Wednesday. 7:301'.1: !. On November 4, election night I .
the club house will be open fO i a
FOR FREE TRANSPORTATION sort of watch party to wait for I

-Phone 26G-J on Sunday :306( on Weekdays- the returns. There will be a radicand
perhaps a TV set so that even I Grapes OLEO STEWs
'une can keep up with events (
There will be cards to while away (
the time and light refreshmeut
will, ; i he on sale. Everybody net.I|
-- Notice:. Time for the Evening Service I'onie. iOn I
; _
lu has been changed from S Nov. H and 15 the I'uh(1'! AC

-to( to 7:30 P.M. hold a rummage sale in thi. Tim I J I c
,
Mrs.
1 nunbuilding. F. M.Va
:: > 1't rath Sr. and Mrs. Ben Host dif ,i
From Riches To Rags in charge. Anyone with materia1 LB LB. LB
!! for this sale is asked to coma.-

k; 'r' Hear this Message; by the PastorSt'.V. either of the chairman or Mrs I .-,' .. .. .. < ..... .
McDonald. I .. ... ."Jff"" '''''' .- "' --- -" Y"' k.. -' 4'
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7:30 .
I P.M.First
-- On November 19 the Speet >., !>
partment of the University tit! i irida He. Lb

Baptist Church Hampton will produce a one m t j>ia\ BANANAS Lb 3 Lb R I ICE E 3 39C
BOll under the sponsorship of th (t'I'lIb 8C SKORTNING 59C
GRAY.
Pastor Further details of this will b. .in I

:Morning Worship 11 A.M.: "The Lot: KurdriT nounced The next later. ItOT'1.6 1 IT
regular meetinj. 'ot

Bible ehr)11O NURSERY' A.M. OPEN B. T. I. (f)*:30: P.M.: at the."Club p.m. will This be is Tuesday.the monthly o It t pr 2 T :, $4.79 COCA COLA Ctn 11 C TISSUE I S S E 2 For 13CS

"A Church With A Compassion For The gram meeting and a treat uir OIL I(: SAUSAGE .
tore for the members. PI Hoi1i .
lost"I i! will give a review of WhiMkt>
: r (i .HOTTI,. F
Chambers' book, "I Was a Wit Box

Our Voting I I the ness."regular The program business and will it follow an S SYRUP "= Gal 49C R C. COLA Ctn 11C OATMEAL 16C

i of the men wish to hear this re .
I \'Ii'they may come abolltt
Privilege o'clock when the program wil1stait. (h ItOTTLK: JJJ\H. i 1.11 i


I Firemen.new.\(Fireman's'theA organi'n' m MATCHES P/cgs/ 25C PEPSI COLA Ctn 26C FLOUR 10 1 Lbs $4.05

Nothing is mere important to us than I has been formed in Keyston. It -

the government that controls our destiny. : includes most of the younger '"..p?'

Government can allow us freedom of opportunity '; of the town.an They up-to-date have planrdeveloping an' "e' 1 23 Ib. can $1.99 Pkgs 1 DC Large, each

change from, or freedom it can to enslave slavery can us. haj The>. I'I the ficjent first fire considerations department.of tin n" I u..w i LARD SALT 3 FAB l1C


pen, fast.1 I i!'is raise money funds and is among a Fireman the plan- ;t. lb. can Ib.' can C with cloth
s B
One: cf our great rights:in fed: !, obligation !: to be held on Nov 8 at the R. .i-h LARD 40 4.99 CRISCO 3' 33 BREEZE 17C

is to oppose all candidates and algcvemrnent j Pavilion Watch for anm, .r,
i i ments of this.
policies in which we do not -
\t'e

it believe.and all If our ve ether do not rights exercise may this be taken right I I' Council build a understand is municipal considering that buildint.thE''n p:],ms: '' CATSUP 14 Oz 7C Pt SUPER SUDS 27''

from us. : house the fire engine and I D) MAYONNAISE 33C
vide a place for the Fin--i ei.;: ',
I meet
: There is SWIFTS Pl HELARD
a considerable
Our Voting Privilege Is Our surplu?

Despotic Government. By All Safeguard Means. Let Against Us Use sin,1 I lis to the use town this treasury to tart and the the plar Lb For 15C 0
This building 15C JELLO 3 UZ 17C
Powerful Weapon as Our Safeguard 1 I(\ The financed.remainder No definite would have act.,)to fl 1Cn

this has been taken .-
by the Coun -
I cil but.it is being talked ab. \ticPark MAXWELL HOUSE I : i
Use Your Bank Champion of Your Liberties. I Ian.nnoullct'd ROIM

i Of some interest to K.Slme 'Ib. bag 'Ib. I COFFEE tin
I COFFEE f
people Monday.was Oct.a 13.meeting at Cola held Hea i>ast<' 79C STEAK S8C 79C

Branch State Patk. The local Advisory
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ttisU
Council met with Waiter

FLORIDA BANK at STARKE A Coldwell director of of Florida Tallahassee Board acting Dfit NOTICE.We Have Arranged Our Store Lots More Convenient For You This Week.


i w w.wt f Parks budget, presiding for the next They two adopt-d years a Give Us A Biq Boost For Our Anniversary.
Htmtur7ioriili I/atfonat
\jroup b? -ubmittei! to the Legislature
cMe F .. .
to '
amounting -

tllllIt iiu'.uied:! : apro.imatel$150 the erect;I.'!'. ''If B .Iot._. -.__ "' ._ .:._;; _. \" .-

7ARADFORD
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Two Local Studentsi i TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBRADFORD Creomulsion It...: 10 \J'I'I\lt I' r I h. f ,r. Ih -
'Fearless Fagan'Stars 'ir" :In'\\ t ?n "t.\i,1-' .
1'ourl. llr.lilliinl ( .
: thi"ii td
I nunly.i i .t d. ) oi X"'tl1Ih'r. 1 l'"Crwis .. : t bj tint
\ I ( hinerr> ..t' ,. 'Ili'. th. Plaint t f( This notice shall '
Janet Leigh Iln AF Reserve Telegraph To ; i: I I..h:-is. ii. plaintiff, \ '.,; .I pLtlX; theallrgttl"n.Will, lie t.ikel' t.s tof Cnlr.:j :said sI t.... .-..rn.T. I FI.I ik indrun, i once each week for itve
rk.' F-n: ,
i I lin-.n 1'tftndant I \ xm\ l. treeka;; in the Brag;
At Florida Theatre Marcus F. Brown and Kaspar Advertise '!| I'.l'e :No.: ,'iHt; Th;;; not'-e sha':. be publt! .hed '".I hit 'he ..tgutl; in tits .iiffipt ..' Telegraph
II 4) HIGHLIGHTS I I \ppear. i once each.k for four consecutive the t Clork nf the Prc! <' < -+ ni atid tin"> GIOFFTCI.II. 'I' .
T. Duncan Starke students at i I A Johnson. whose r-'sl.I'i weeks in the Bradford ".r befort the I
"Fearless Fagan", starring Emory University, Atlanta Ga., \ The Telegraph ha- I i t addre.ss is: I'nknoun Te'ographl County IT il.i\" .f ;\;"\",'niiiet I.',i. Clerk. >F\1' i A,' I
.. or the '
herehj notified that a tins 22: daof '". ,.' 'h.'h.( 11"1.1 .. I "
selected 0
of & to run a sec fes i ) t .v i ]I"- it: :"us .1''aid P >I., i 1.1 n" Ci'..s\ I
second
Carleton the '
t Janet Leigh Carpenter have entered year I (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thoma 1 !I' i \\ IK.. :, i- "'if. !I.Aot -
. and Keenan Wynn will occupy the Air Force ROTC basic course a : Creomulsion during I ; | Clerk of the Circuit Court
xx inter season. against jou in the f"y Marian L Crosby, iVputxClerk
the screen at the Florida Theatre at Emory. f ,' Court and cause and in .'4 4t l' 4
By Brenda Bradford cough due to colds and ir"d to serx-e a copy of
Sunday and Monday. Purpose of the Air Force ROTC --
irritations has been rr on pleading to the
Fagan is a four-year-old 400- program is to provide college. I tW,1 I on the Plaintiff's r NOTICE .
lions of for .
people over T
pound lion seemingly ferocious trained junior officers for the Air ] y Frank Landrum. To whom it may concern:
Bradford High is on top again Included in their Florida I 'I'I KK-OPKMM.: :
( OF THE
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but gentle as a lamb with his affectionate Force. Upon graduation from i| I original in the office ..f !, I am not responsible for ant

owner Floyd with Emory an AF ROTC cadet xxhc in the sport returns The team this season is : | of.. the Circuit Court "n. check< given or anything chargedb

whom he does an act in a traveling has completed four years work in 1 will have a wt'llearned'acatior. Children ially prepared a cough for : of \o\ember I I':I5:;!. :': Lillian Starling. GARDENIA TOURIST HOME

circus. When Floyd is inducted -' air science, is commissioned as a this week after they stomped few [allegations of sail Signed) V. L. Starling
the finest
II taming only will be taken as confess
into the Army he cannot second lieutenant in the U. S. Air Smyina Beach 23-6 Certainly i I Oct. 24 2t- Oct .;,1i
proven] drugs that is | I 100 :S. Walnut Mina )
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bear to leave Fagan behind sc Force. He then enters active military ,| was a wonderful game. Tha boys'ta shall be published i -
i
ar,1 free of
week for four
consecutix'e '
takes the lion with him and hide service, either as a flying or' liars won three out of five now mulsion t'r Children h.. Bradford County Tele-iln I (..rr..l)11'i'in.. Court: llrailfartl irrnui( OIIMKKloriilnt COMPLETELY RE-DECORATED

it in a wooded section of the Army administrative officer. I and the season's only half over In ('hnn<-..r>.
I pink and blue package :J2! day of ( H-tober. 1952. l '"asimir liurak: I'lnntiff, \ M ,,
post. The complications that fol SEAL A. J. ,,. ,
available) at all drug I Thomas Rurak. DefeniUnt C.i X' i
low lead to many hilarious situations. Addresses Of Interest!! The Seniors' Pep rally was a II II I I ..f the 'ir"lIil Court i I Not Ire lo Ippenr.To Furnished Rooms
I I : I.. Cnisiix !>eputClerk '
.
I roaring success Exerxone e I I lit 24 4t 11 : Mary Runts w h "s,01.t i,; \\ EEK: DA Y MONTH 1
Hj nd address .
| is: 427 : t '
i Janet Leigh is seen as the glamorous Roscoe Nicholson, Rt 5. Gieens- I j claims that he had never laughed 1 ..ew York, ;New; YoYou .- .
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actress who at first think burg Ind. i so much in his life .Six of the F Court. Itrnitfuril County, suit for are hrrrhy notn '' > Furnished Apartment

I Mrs. C. M. Turney. 5557 Fall lovely ladies in the Sr. Class posedas ( hiinerr.t. I nyurrr
soldier .
the H fit
lion-owning a I i: ;;. Isi.n. plaintiff vs .F' ank .
subject for a psychiatric ward I Road Dallas, Texas. j, Cheerleaders for the high pointof 1'I ;; N.n, efinilant| .. '| abo\t has| 10.. .11.1111,01 n fil.! il' '.1"itf'".ini-t 1.,1 t i',,"| .. ,' FOR

but who comes to admire his deep- Pfc Raymond Williams Marine the assembly Opal McGee: : Can No :qt; y"l1 ..' .' I 1"//"1 Ft'il t I" ,art! .. ',i ,!
\pprnr. '
seated affection for Fagan :, Barracks U. S. Naval Base. Nor- ( D<-la Thomas. Edna Prevail. Betsy F & & I IThe Arthur :Nelson': whose -- Clean, Comfortable Living
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addsL| Lug! ; lit
Cre\xs Wilma IMrush and Janettf : n-
Kef-nan Wynn adds to the laugh folk 11, Va. .
NVu York ,
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I j I'Miss Sylvia Morse 2201 Fair-,''J'Sftaxv.. dressed. in striking lenuium( 4 w t J '' h.'n-li\. Motifinl that a WILL PAY CASH T\ IMtIVII.KESKK (;

mont Blvd.. Knoxville Tenn. !I apparel Dela and Opal pr'--

BetterCough ReliefWhen f',i Mrs. J.V.. Killian 805 Boyc? rented novelty acrobatic act ir A lit o1 I i filed' ng.unsti.ii in the For Saw Logs .\S\: ( .\BI.E It .\TKS:

i addition to their cheers Altei ..d
Ave.. Waynesville. N. C. __ II Court and ause and
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new drugs ochest r old fail to I : 331 this the "Ladies" joined! with tit f I to acres a top of ANI)1'L'II'1V'OODTIMBER
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delay.p James W. Gaskins A. i ..
cough or cold don't : mi pleading to the ,
your Crcomulsion contains only safe help- Teh. Tng. Gp. Sq., Box 91. Scott : regular Cheerleaders and led the Future Farmers on the Plaintiffs Prop. Mr. and Mrs. R. RanceAAA.3AAAAA1uuAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAuuAAAAAAAAAAAA

ful proven ingredients and no narcotics AFB. HI. j jMrs. crowd in a football song The weiner roast at the Florida, T. Frank Landru'ii: I

to disturb nature's process. It D. D. Dotson change from rally climaxed by a parade up Ferguson, chapter I original in th. offinof, I A Post Card Will Bring: >Ie

goes into the bronchial system to aid Starke to Rt. 3, Madison Fla. town The largest We han day night at S o'clock. I of the Circuit Court on To See You.

nature soothe and heal raw tender I had The Seniors to theI
Mrs. J. B. Levens Rt. 1, Box plan pie 4
A Chapter Farmer .. b
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inflamed bronchial membranes. Guaranteed I -"I'r I"- :
to please or druggist refunds I 302. Dover Fla. cede everygame with this kind of planned for Thursday j i iii.allrgati"tt' nf, s.ml! D. B. 'Dick' ThomasF.awtey' -v-
your i! assembly School Spirit i if | | U ill In iken is ,..nf.. -.. .
Creomuhion has stood the
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money.
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'in the role of the typically hard- : definitely on the alD. Fla. say 1 )
the test of many millions of users. up-sxx-fep ture Farmers. shall be published
boiled non-com on whom the burden H. s" week for four consecutKe I ,
CREOMULSION of disposing of the lion i? James Starling !' Bradford County Tele- ----

relieves Coughs Chest Colds Acute Bronchitis placedWE'RE The Florida State Student Court ':'purebied Duioc Jersey : .'.' ,1.1\| ,.r ii, |,,|I., r r 'J
the chapter paying $ "1. !SEAL
) A. J. Thomas
- ell Gatht'ringtakes
place i .
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Edwin Johns also of the Circuit Cnurl i I I II I I
Miami October 2f through XII"embt'r '- < i L Cr'Mn, !I'> putv Clerk /
t \ from the chapter. I 1 I 4 1l'hune
I. B. H. 10 :J4: 4t II I II'
HERETO S. plans t'end c \ y

a fl'w delegates Having Six cows were \' r It i: .in. xriTxiti : .
fly "Shorty""Yeah
SERVE iflrS very little time to raise treatment last Thul" i i /'ou ts. llr.-iiMnril < ....lIh. --
funds theP '
it*', T. A. was kind enough to lend Readers will notice :I!! kson< 'lianrrrt.' '." ....11. Phiintif'' .
I ,0( "Iarlte' fiaI .
emblem that used at k Caiioll Plainiilf'as
$100 is
to the
with personalized attention, complete cause Attending .
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insurance .. f last year's this column. It is made
dependable fire protection. e 'I meeting at Gainesville : \pnenr.

at a SAVING in coil through dividends. f/ certainly was a big boost to our symbols: the owl the .-k C.iiii'll I ,!.. whose resi- .. I ii

f ''l Student Council Hope we can the rising sun within :, address, New York i ,7't City: X"st New I Town ii

be well represented section of an ear of {' :' I is Ope
again thi.[? herelotified| that oy
CONNER & GAY SEE US F0t THE Iv"ar.! surmounted bthe a I' llu D i
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j I i, eagle. Upon the face I and restoration tor

INSURANCE AGENCY AMSWEXTOYOURINSUKANCE I Beta Club those Brains of |i blem appear also the |, filid name againston in tin' I, ii .

KILOS :| B H. S., will sponsor the "Houuof < ''tional Agricultuie" and t i,I '. '" dun t a orta u!'. a n.11 at
116 N. Court Phone 283: : e '| .'d to ""1'a ropy ofi :
Horrors" at the FF A. The owl is a ; \ \ I II 36
PTA Halloxve'- i I r on pleadiiiB to the I .
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i i I en Carnival today wisdom and knoxvledge >: on the Plaintiffs ,
Come along te ,: %a. h II. Imuglas, 5")', !' and he brinijs: his
and be scared' is the symbol of labor HART I
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I I'.lllldlllK: .Ia'k".n\'ill. FURNITURE CO.
; <, of the soil. The rising I Own sponges!

I The Band has blematic of progress \ ) ..MKIIIll, III tile i.ffli. nf ,_ i
been hard at '. '1' .
I wo1planning k I tit I Hi lilt ( .Ilrt oil i
\ SERVICE and day that will dawn \\ 4 >
WINKLER ELECTRIC preparing those K.ipid l auto \\asliinjj i I.. anotherpart
I elaborate drills they display at are trained and have r t \We Have An Array Of Wonderful *
( of our top ",'n kt', \\hidl .
the football cooperate. The cross < :
I games Added tl"I > .
I their 'ear of corn trill make you come hark again 4 i
front at the last

ZENITHRADIO two new majorettes<< Jackie game xxere Pre !agricultural inteiests. rr rr und again. 4 4 Toys to Choose From -- For :

gait I and Gail Duke who 'is native to America 4
displayed!
c A i 1! pervert twirling precision 'in every State. The t TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT i Children Of All Ages :

1 i 'dicative of the 4

.- Last xi-ar's band members the organization. LIBBY 4 4 i

w andTelevision I to add to their uniform the med hope air \Ve hope you will -44 Take your pick while you can still t

Sales thexx i>n at the District Band these things every 'rf t Sales & ServiceIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ 4 4

I I Festival in the Spring As you I the FFA emblem 4 take TIME

and Service i remember the band received ? f 4 4 your :.

,. i Superior idling at the Festival Xt"I 4
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GIRL SCOUT hailer Frazer HenrjJDEALERSHIP

221:! N. Temple Ave.STAKKE. Phone 166 The Speech Club will soon' be i LAY-AWAY

displaying! .-\\' pins They are The Gill Scouts held II, Temple Ave. Ph. :32 i_ JSiiJIB PLAN

FLORIDA ;i now busy making arrangement ular meeting Tuesday. I / .

1"- ... '11" '" .. j for a play they will present, later St. Maik'.s pal ish YmTmmnm.nrrrnrnrnorrrT.r..rnm..mrrrnr..n.nnnTrn.

,, on as a money-making project m(>t'ting'u,; called to I .


a B.' back next.. *week. with moreK Ginger Decker Jones discussed patrol the It> : ; ound stock, I BRING NEW LIFE AND NEW FUN INTO YOUR \


1It'1of the doings at B. II. S. to salute and wear the i 4
a
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Brenda form. Lu Green was 4
E HOME WITH THIS
into the troop Work Insurance 4 4

Recent Births on the badges and ,, 4

.orin'.K: : IX:': .LAW I'm an11prftr I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTMATTRESSES hayride were dis'ussed.Judy
all tin thingI I "aid surevayto 4
ilarlitiK foi telll'ig i'n aliniitIM.isttKote Alt anti Mrs R T. nay announce ) ii SENSATIONALComplete Bargain 4 4
FinishI
Tiunsp.irent andXuto OF ALL KINDSRENOVATED I the hath of a daughter 4
Rut some ai Farm. llomi I I ct i
Suppl and uum5 fit ors I' Carol Ann on Oct. S in the Ala your iCi
rally strap limmln : chna General Hospital. MUM: or IN'IIN: .
uii.isiIK: : "it"II'rlol :
KOi SXLK: Sueet Yellow, Lupliirxetd l.fjWhI -- ;.Notice; is hen by ;\" property i

Many Indigo, new criipIVnsamla. AD-3; and Mi Harold Gray an, .und. 'rsigneil. nadir tl..- E
!I'.aliU .Ii: certifiedSouthland f I'hapter :2!\i'.! 5.l; Law: s
Oat seed ltueai 1 1before ly 1 I yS f most a the birth of a daughter .\.r.l of 1M1! will riK l E. Johns
doing1X (:
Seed Clerk' of the *..
I{" up Circuit < I
pni'es Deborah
Ann Oct 17 !
thfJacksonville
>'tmning 7.. XX' Hamiltonllrooker. F'URNITUItEIruphokten I 011 in 1"1 1'iadfoiil I'ountv. 4

Kla. If 'tl and Naval hospital "I.(I't,.. i iil'ol>nn this I nitlpt noil.-. nf ,prnu tin( | Agency I GOLD FISH AQUARIUM 4

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t1'.IXTIasiradwta:': : ; nurse orhc.III'.1 KefiiiWietlHASTINGS I : f 1"11.1\' Cuint | STARKK. FLA
practical I fur geneialduty I' : i-. !'iiil-i' \\hiih
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I>otlor's CHili Hospital )1.\TIRtss CO. T n o :si: .irKi- '
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301 w Call St. Starke Kla" tf j OWIIMS l n! T. Thomas. .. E WITH :2 I l.im) HKIl.IJAXT
K iv: 230 I'alatka, FlaAAAAWuAAAAL ::0-:1-: ; Thomas, Starke. S. :

S6.IMSTIFSS-1'l.ti. : : Satisfaction"t sewing guar-1 andalterations. I AAuu L PAEIC Dated this 6th day of laA -.. ..... : COLD; FISH (;I.ASS HOWLSEAWEED ,j

MrKxenlt P. 1 1"'.: nt starke: THE .
united I'ru-e reu" 'Umltes l STARKE FLA. l | i TRAVELERS. Hartford
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Pun rr fromStatkc I.HIJ.: n onoxi. jit y i i \NI) \INHO\\
I..rketButler Highway II XMII.K0| It I 4
('.\'I'n.": .\' 1) IIIK.tXIKS :\ : 10 .\ 4
i)10' 6t 11'14I'ol Fri.. Sat. Oct. 21. ) In Clronit ('''"r.. ii r (CHIPS: : 4
IhrIal. Itarh: Kliirliln In Chanerrr.pnii 4
eilursil.i* .
V iillili-, f.,1"1 "'"111 I kn inrh lbur.ilnI.Hlnesllllr HKi; 1)01) KLK FEATURE : '. .' J.i, ks.n. |PL 4
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friKerator. original t guaran-1 I iarh: Krlilay t 'n 1' 'Itld.l'i 1.I'. I AL 4
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i..is. I s,. 1 \ear. Also Cold Spoil I The DARING ;; : i i
; j.nl..r. Fits i I'IOTJo,01:1: : !SECriMTIK* \"lirr're Xpfienr.T .
1 7 ului guarantee foot r.r, ">...I :S! months.I'K <>\. Young Man IG I! -I I.. <> .la: Ksnll l' \ 4
M: ai Caving; Se.. at .Klei-tric Si.n.- i, b ea utiful.R..el '.I "mil' .t.Mis is. : i:: E f ':''.- ..;: : < 4 4
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,h .' 'UI'I'I l) :Ml'. Kit'" ,I box SlO.:!:; plus tax Bradf.>rd With Joe K.; Brim Y..u .ire ? rtji.i 4
:trite! Hi:24)X ) hereby !
County TelegraphFOIL 4
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d but( hut lln r-- > tlons nn fine rag-ruut.'nt pipri The ARIZONIAN II i.- 1'1.! nl
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IM l -"" at, .I1I1'r-.I\ i inlv) 111. 9:> lira.If,1 Cnunt th't) I'lintiffs: .
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\h i1,1 | li i TeleralthR.1ll10S I I 11 Pi UKlaiu'i; Lynch rOil KENT 4

....- tract \-klll' !''' I Uith Kiihanl flit anti Margot; ) -'nMlk-. Florida. and UMBRELLA 1-59 and 1.98 4
)'l'i 1: SXI.i': In :" 1I.thl\ HEPAIREI irahuiiu or iriiial:: in the office of : 4
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!I't"ptIq ) oil .. .X .1 \IIIn...... .l XII of ho CIrcuit Court on ROOM 4
!I: .ul 1:. ,' "":II''" I 'i ia h. Model.trnIqntie Tins ( .trt",," and Chap. Nf: tl' 1"" ilav "f 4
.No\etiiher !
.I Ir.. .\It.1I1 rhnrK. cllnran'f'f'd : :
i-i.iiia Hi'h.r II I 1'111". ('. "111.'III-nl: t'rial wist' the allegations! of I Fun KENT 4
rna: "-. fall ,., Mnrkc I'h. rial I Ii plaint will be taken as I RAINCOATS 198 4 4
HALLOWE'EN%
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1.1'.r I i.UTms
\ :; .? \ t.Ilk it n\.i. \',." Pat.-I :( 1 I FOR tIST--QlIi..t. -...t'ul, o-ni- un., Mon. 0(:.t. 2<). 27 n-'tioe shall be \ ) 4 4
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""'r f..rtahl.21'1" adl"ning: ;. of 3 |I jnrc *:I. h n "ek fur four ; I ------ _______ 4
t..lri.i.iu Inwti, rooms each Hlei-'sio kit.'heg.nd ; FLESH and FURY w eks in the Bradford 4
1'!It I liKNT:. -Thi.t II I graph. FOR KENT
,:,.. r ill.lra"1, "l'arliall ftn- beds. spate lie! '''r5tarkr I'> l.il I DECORATIONS 'i.I! : WIIII.ETIIE\: I. bT 1 4
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.. -11. d. :ttJ: \ X\ alitit Mis: : take left hand dirt, r ,'ad With Tonx Curt:. .Ian -sterling"K" <"KFIi'lXL. : day of '' :! I 4
..1'.h..n.., H 11'nc'U :: l'es.sent road ) at bridge on Call MXI.: A 4
r St for about I nti. to niv sijjn at and : I"na Frl'C'JU\It .\- Clerk of FOR SALE CARRIAGES 3-95 4
left ride '. !iy' Mar'.M: I, r..s h\.', \.. 4
of Vlso
" SXH-,* ,00 X 'Ii" "n. I road. Mrs Carl Cartoons and Latest
rt-tt lili'Ok. I1- .... sad| Cement Itrmlf ;
<- :Mix i I PRIVATEKEEP
'In Clrrtilt -------- -
Company Phumxl'xr.TXtr.vr FOP.! 1:1-XT-I.1IKt' oomplHelx fur font(. IIr"H I >
iil Knttinerriiitf; : 4
If 1 nltoh..th..u,..., "Ke Moriilas III Ch.liiferr. '
sione. Tues. Oct
i > Heightson 2S ONLY
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I I'rookixn: \.ak.l Kleitrustoe J.IIM Mail..Ua I .lean siinmon!'. I And All The Trimmings I J.ar_,' elefliun of 4
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Kurnlnl and refnuerator, "' Simmons OUT .
KOU UKNT Phone < "* ,
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.ifurnished. Kai'h haM' ksoiiMlle, n r wrll.tr.. Thrower JAPANESEWAR C'a : 4
'; 'v >'..M .bath u with hot and coldit n3:1; t. Jaiksoiixille, FlaFOII Order of rulilir.tii.,1! .\ ,, \ I E Everything ForHallowe'en from 98c up 4

.. r r and .spar: :,> ...nlran4to' /. ; fir he Xppeari Mate. Of }"1..rl.I I THESP.SSIXGPOSTED DOLLSTKh
TitVxshinKton j! BRIDES .bll1" s :M"nror, :: 1 1I f 4
v s.i.tt i: .,
St, I'hmie M ItpIVIt SXI.r: Short mill ends ,.f ,.ak I .r., d.'n, .' and .iddr.' .ss I II [ .\( Oh
lumber I m! I11m'JIJY.llnut C.
Bradford 4
Furnituie?'
1 :'.\1.": Ib.u.. and J arres _4tchc 10Ii.'t ';{ Wvth hirlt'"ama,,"( h e nit 1'r"lIl1a. 24"l LCfT only 149 4
Y.n >
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l.itfhts and W.II-T in ht'iisi, I|I Don Tai I..r I iinrf-d I to
Si 1 Tim ,fait ..r IMMI down and .t i: 1-T-oIh': ::': Liniding! ,."iT V '\Miil.et. 1,". I'l":.:;!, in ,i 4
1'111.. Two ( artooiiN :111,1t'| : MI .d\ I'ou't and 'J 4
KU.ini (2"i:! month at t' Intrust mplt xx 'niie in ir Jn! > s 1.III"n \1 oau .
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ii, inilix fl'1\\ 1.units north X1'i ''room iHatft' J. T QtI.sl:: ;x_ !'i Lt nl'ff' -" t-ks divorce o I.I t/

..' i..rk.: .. just .ff ::m in ; HO\ t.il.: "f minor child
Wtd.. Thur.: Oct. :21) 3Q <'ou'rty Telegraph shall 45c ea.
U.', 2tp U'> 31 TURKEYS READY Come tcOpal's Ordi-r ,inuxt four w I l I COMK MAM LA Y-All'A YOCRFAVORITE

Turkey Farm FlorahomeFla BIG DOUBLE FEATURE \\'.tiuss r v hand and I
1..1(: SXI.K Mi \\er fi>r X\\lli 1 at tarkFl.nda I A Lifetime E /)
for this
a nice young turkey f forl| i ,
Jtep. .1 n\ n >r int. rested come to SHE COULDN'T I'.', I
-. me I: I. natten r.t i rmT'1 : your special dinner. Visitors 11-el. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. { c
Resistant I ,
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M. K XXipsins. \. a" Kix.r Fla. ROUTE SALESMAN-- With (l H.rge Brent and Jo Ii' i.u ..1:' ir J" ks ".:Mil\,.. Fl 'I I I

*> tohu 11 ,7 If you are interested in selling Bennett \""s. f?r Pt ------ ---
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i: shoes along with your dresses an? AND 10 p ,
KOI!! :: \I.,: 01; TH.\U": Two room >
?Ifiite 12':! x l I: rooms lined, ..1..1! j| have been in business a year or

trti Itv and x\ater. \'.,Iur $150n more, write to 1122 Kirby St. The WHISTLE W. C. T. Koch
11'm' 1.1 like to trade for prfpertvn. Drug Store
i[ ;' Palatka. Fla.
Staike or I "" count hUhttav 1 mile fronij i I', "THE niritOl IN : .

JfOFRftown, PA II miles! from'I FOi: !'.\I.": House and al'r.I..t..I With IJo)d Bridges :NO WAn ON Tilt .
chemioalX"orVs. .
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running '
r Tlu-. iJte. B( IXf'S IS \ : : Phone 53 Starke
t. .f \v irk aulalile: SlraFI"ran. : ni \ s ,.ti> .;r.ft n I'l : Iii I- \\orld :Neu : Fla.
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