Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 7, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03193
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For PRESIDENT--- --- Bradford Remains In Demo Column

Stevenson 348 936 530 58 129 58 46 163 44 2312_

Eisenhower 101 380 260 9 8> 4:> 5 42 51 976

For GOVERNOR As Florida And Nation Go For lke

McCarty 297 983 601 56 155 71 37 164 70 2434

Swan 23 94 67 3 28 11 1 4 2 23:3:

-For FlUE CONTROL 87 372 244 4 43; 4 8 170 37 969- Fire Control Fails In Second Try; President-Elect Records Broken Here As 68 Per Cent

Against 239 603 372 58 127 58 :n 136 22 1646 '
Voters Here O.K. School Amendment !
Cast Ballots
SCHOOL A\IEND.: ___ __- n__ __M __ General Election

For 107 423 248 6--- 51 :36 12--- 36 37 Safi>

- - ---- --- -- Approuil for the establishtrol I nent (if a cuuntyw) idc fin- ,'-m-

Against 59 222 162 37 66 2:i 7 50 16 64-t unit was defeated for the s econd time in Gradf..rd < '''uOh roe 'ucll'onl' ('iiunl\. ; \otor- '.\ I'nt t.. the polls here'rt.". ,,;

at the polls here Tuesday. Th e vote \\'a> : 009! tor at'>"> (., ..1).InT 1 :i-rmnlfiihil numbers f.,11 (>r a H-iK-ral; Klectimi ;m.i "i'

trol unit and l'G4G, against.Two .Y \, L,- K; Stevenson the Deni locratunominee for IVfvi.i. ,! .

.' -'J to one margin althoi igh his I; .
BHS Tumbles years ago, when the question ) llepublican "1'1"'; HI,

MacclennyFrom first faced voters on a Gen- ,. I" ,., rat: Dwight 0.I Kis"nh6\v cr, won Florida and the \.1'. ,,'

eral Election ballot, the vote was: I'OK w 4J !"*. I Bradford\ tally was : Stevi nson 2,312 ; Ewnhower !>I'j! ;,
193 for and 570; against. Since d K''+ The total strength po'l-'!I: '

Unbeaten Ranks the 1930; vote was in an "off year", III two opinion poll conducted 4 R !SCHOOL ivou. j Tuesday was 3,288. just ,
some' proponents of the measure l h) the Associated Tress \\ .\\rci'i.\TE hundred short of the all-ir! tI'

had expressed hope that the larger if 3.800 cast here in the i iiratic >I. "
prior tll the election, the Tel .. I'
The Tornadoes shifted into high Dependable Guards went on over for the score. the turnout at the polls here Tuesday .,f g I lH'annil'urat. was the primary !last spring: \

gear last Friday night and soundly play covering 25 yds. Not a Tor- '', would put the measure over. However graph expressed. belief thatSlevenson ( oil conducted by the ninth I mg in a General E.-ction:. 11'' ,

trounced Macclenny-Glenn 3713. -'- -- ., ... nado laid hands on Johns'as the :;, opposition to the issue apparently i \\uucl! c-laim 70 JXT grade ivies class at 11MS. The part of Florida is ordmanU: t> v.

Not since since 1948 have the Tornadoes ,'I nlav completely fooled the entire grew with the increased cent or the total vote cast in final poll showed Stevenson lighter than primary ballot'? "

hit such a high score when, Tornado team. Reynolds ran th' number instead of diminishing. I Bradford ('ollnt .. Seventy favored 2 1-2 to I over Eisen- to the fact that there i I. s, !M t,
percent .
!how in Bradford County.Hint's
they beat Williston 44-0. "xtra point over for a6 lead Opposition to the measure is: T any serious Republican n-ip 1 ,, ,i.\ ,
of the vote henTuesda.v' .
The visitoors went into the game The Tornadoes took the kickoff believed to be based on the assumption exactlywhat happened.Ma.vbo ( for Democratic nominee'i 1'\: ,'
would! have Invn 2.301: ', Mr\en- Gallup; and the other day's'ott' ,
undefeated with a 5-0 record but md went on a sustained drive that it will increase I represented ,lb"'I r! I.

the Tornadoes were "up" for this I Tom their own 39 to score again. taxes in this county. !i I !'on actually /got 2312.: 1)wiht; I D. I LI l'nho'\ |I.I\H should find out how the I per cent of the 4,833 r HT..I''

one and team_ .spirit was noticeably The visitors showed determination Amendment OK'tl i (ills |pol..t..r. did it. voters in this county.In .

high. 1 ttioiiph and in three plays scored Bradford County joined with thej I ---- the General Election i '. i I *
The home crowd attendance was ; again when George Reynolds only 2,091 votes wew cast: tb ,
'a went rest of Florida in approvingAm''ndment
smaller than usual due to Gator round his own left end for 49 I united Press I 10 per cent of the .tal qm'i!,: i
I' yds. :-0. 1 which providesfor Says 'Trip To Korea'Clinched
at that time.
Growl in Gainesville and the o4 for their last score of the evening. I the earmarking of automobile j

band's appearance there but Mac- \ tf Edwin Prevail scored from 3 The heavy voting e\pei I" t there r.!
license tag for school con- I
denny's following was large and I oils out just before halftime and money Election For IkeGeneral Tuesday was part of .
struction The vote in
ltS I purposes.
t ion
their band phenomenon .
played during the game a he Tornadoes enjoyed 19.13' in h.i:
a this No. 1 956 for I
county on was
and paraded at half-time tr } icy halftime lead. I Eisenhower "couldn'thave some 60 million America to': '
and 644 against. The ,'oUngthroughout able .II'c' in the ho.e' He already "By comparison, Stevenson'sname l! to .
Edwin Prevatt, workhorse of At that time it looked like each the state gave approval lost" the election because he enjoyed a nationwide reputation ;i! was little known. It didn't, I the polls This unusual int ," '
the team, scored three touch- held i I, { in voting is attributed to the h. t '
about all the
i. 4 team could score at will but the to this amendment by a "just high cards", i iI I and his name was a household furthermore lend itself well to a 1
downs, bringing his season's total contested campaign: betw en I ,"r
Tornadoes buckled down defensive- margin of 2 to 1. I says the United Press in a morn-1! word long before his nominationfor chant. Was that important? Well, "
to date to 11 and 66 The coal Eisenhower and Cm; ', r l'.r,
pts. ,
i .hP lv in the last half and I ing-after post mortem of Tuesday's the
w held the All ten other amendments however : presidency. In contrast, it was one more thing and they
I Fevenson, which was falluw-.1 h,
record is held by R. J Turner of .
visitors. mass voling.Eisenhower
The Tornadoes pushed although Governor Stevenson hada all added up."Stevenson.
turned here
I were down as millions on radio and televiM-n'
the 1944 team when he scored 23 '
I over 2 more scores' in the 3rd period : they were statewide' These vetoed promised and evi- j long record of creditable public was accused of talking -
touchdowns for 138 pts. and John Mike Clark one by Wayne Douglas and ,, measures; would have provided ior: dently convinced the American |I service, it was in positions that over the heads of his listeners Dan
Anderson of the team scored McCarty Democrat nn!
same :
one on a quarterback sneak by adding three" justices to the Stateuprt'me people that he could deliver a lot', attracted little if any public attention I Some second-guessers may say helot inee for Governor of
79 Gene Shaw Florida as
points. Wayne
MartinPrevalt. of things that Americans want
: outside of Washington or the election that He
i way.
Court; authorizing I expected, had no trouble
in '
Douglas and Randall Martin each .s\v unp
I peace, prosperity, lower taxes and the state of Illinois. |I he
scored the final two to charters was just 'talking sense to
Legislature grant county ing his Republican I I
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tallied once, to break into the Tornado opponent
an end to inflation the U. P. General
scoring column. Ronald Pa- o downs in the last period. ; providing an additional circuit i says Eisenhower was perhapsthe the American people'"Anyway ry Swan. The partial vote Mat
"Stevenson talked rings aroundthe nation's No. 1 war hero. He while Stevenson talked
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tray failed on :5 kicking attemptsfor L The Tornadoes completely outclassed judge for Leon County: wide was!' : McCarty 530.fifi.l; :-\.1" '
General most of ,, '
the time
1 I was credited with beating Germany sense, Eisenhower was out saying 1193.004.
extra but Macclenny in the statistic- creating a new senatorial district Bradford Count s: .
points parsed over ,MtT il 3'' counties j jcreating comments United Press. "lIe won and starting Europe on the sometimes clumsily but always .
the goal to Vernon Teston for con :r t. departments and completed for Bay and Washington : MrCarty a handsome nm '
many of the arguments too, but on road to freedom from fear of forcefully, what a lot oAmericans f
"f 5 senatorial district
version after the 3rd score passes for 42 yds., intercepting a new I j 2.434 to 233
st points not on votes. His writing Russia.
wanted to hear.
one of } and for Monroe county: and several
The Tornado line was Macclenny's return. All other Democratn ,'
wry ,dear and incisive, and his "So the armies of small fry that | "Then, at almost the end of his norm :
Tno.st of the plays, opening big I mgr it. for_ t 15.,yts. np.r... 'ni.nailyawere itho. '' ny' !oiires.. _U+-;Hngf with the} 1 f < the ticket here were viti.) ",'
) dvutrerv thrilled students of ,, cheered Ike
good :; rear platform appenrnnces campaign he came up with the
holes for the backs and tightening forced to pun only once. consolidation of various offices in ,| opposition but rt'cE'.rf; "i"p.,.
\ speech. Even some of the Genl'ra's and heckled Stevenson's clincherHe would go to Korea I
Thursday night the Tornadoes certain counties. II
I mentarv" votes
defense. Zack Crawford. I
on a'I'! '
lip i
supporters said the Gover- meant something, after all." saysI'niteil and try to halt the loss of American
Earl Alvarez! and Aaron Hntchin- played St. LPo'in Dade Citv. Very In rt>r"nt veais very few amendment 2.230 .arb.'rit, ins. t t'permlsBable !.
noi's stuff contained the accentsof { piess "It was true theyr"ullri't lives" Comments the t U P.::
non were standouts on the line. little is known of their strengthbut -* have been approved!, voters were ii 'reqm 1 nt! \II
pteat: nes* It I"n.111110',1 people ,[ \ vote. hut their ear-split- "Though nobody could know it.
Macclenny-Glenn was crippledfor j the Tornado. hoped to make seeming reluctant to make any .. I though the name of C I udi pI'. i,.,,
oi \\'onolroYII'.on tui I !:IL;: 'I I 1 Iii!I;'' ike'ttas the tip-off I the cnteM t was ;.ill\I] HUM then but'
the contest. Waldo Brown, big I it win :-0. 5.Presbyterian. flirt 111'1 change's: to nn alrendv: I former U. S. wa- '.\ni' J >,
: ... I. 1..1 ." Mnt F.ison'i.et' h.i'l. I :ri -mlh. ,int: !i .tl.I I Cirvi; il s tame ;mil apppallillII' the hating< I _Senator ,
170 lb. fullback, was out with an i u in n-j> in ii' ('I 11'iiMi"' ''muni 1. 111IA iiinca uKiiuisi nen.ii. I 1 > '"
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Injured leg Don Chessman an Church sal d l L. Holland.

.end! did not; play and Frank Par. r? Y TWO\ PARTY SYSTEM SEEN 'IN' FOR FLORIDAFlorida's Fur constable! in Pistn.t I i F 'J i,'

ker 195 Ib. tackle, was used only Chaplain L. A. Shepherd will Armistice Day the" name of Herbert Clover-, ',,

sparingly on defense. Zack Crawford he guest preacher at the Presbyterian wis written" in 24 times :HK nn-'
Polaroid Minute Photos by thl' capitulation to General Dt'mot t.its. dissatisfied with I Memouats for Eisenhower'.
scored first for the Church next Sunday! morn- Democratic
Gene Shaw nominee F'lix I! :-:nl
I TVlegrapli Eisenhower in Tuesday's momentous the present administration, But the Republicans made som e
Tornadoes from 25 )'ds. out in the mg using as his!' topic "The School To Be Observed I livan who received a total I ot '1,11!,:|
lolds left halfback faded bad of The is 1 election is being hailedas ,, switched heir: vote to Eisenhower. important gains in territory when,e
1-t quarter. The visitors' first J 1 Prayer" public cordially : The 978 votes given Cm; ,'r.1 1

score came soon after the :2nd';? :and whipped a short screen paso !I invited to this service beginning definitely establishing this as Tuesday's GOP victory was only they have always been strongest' Eisenhower in this count \ io P"

quarter started when George ReyI I t fullback Eugene Johns, wh. at 11 a.m.Here For the hrst I tune in ('\'eral'I'ars. a two-party state. the: sixth time in 107 years of They took over nearly all local offices indicate that much real l H:,,puhhcan

\ Armistice Dav. Tuesday For years Florida has been statehood and the second time in Pinellas and Saraso I strength here as ih< n,111., .

:N'ov 11, is included in the scheduleof shies Reconstruction days that l'ounUes.ent six men to the Stat<,e
;i !Bowing more and more cosmo- less than 50 persons actually r. l'
For Cii eDit Court holiday closing adopted by the Floridians have broken away from,I Legislature three more than eve I r
Full Docket istered "
Monday with the influx of new- as Republicans in t th oJ
Starting Merchants Division of the Cham- politan their tradition of voting for the sat there at one time since carpet' county Most of these vote.s u,:
corners from all parts of the Na- Pe'n oerktte candidate In 1928 baggers conlrollsd the
ber of Commerce at the assembl y ,
The fall term of Circuit Court :Stalling: maintain ot minor children! They are: Wilue beginningof from Democrats who weie \ ,n\r""
tion. This is more noticeable in the state went for Herbert Hooverin mst after the Civil War am d I
I Therefore it is
the -
will open Monday with a heavy I hem to burn the house containing Bennett D B. Browning, '' year. n .split ticket and from \f.n "" ,
that most Starke business the southern and central parts of ,, his bitterly contested campaign : might even come up with a repretentative -
docket. I II he Davis lobicco: Cain has de Charlie Perdue George M Richen- ;, Republicans who regi tt"1) t
i houses will remain closed all day the state, where tourists are inclined t'. ilh Al Smith. Even then however to Congress' Democra''t
dollar. William Democrats when they 111"I i i
Slated for trial is Horace William 1 lied the charge Tyson, Harold I
i to congregate. It is increasingly Bradford County remained ,, Courtney Campbell of Dunedii
next Tuesday. ,
and I Florida in order to +"t'a :'
Cain informatIOn for Chesborough. James Monroe:: i iearlton. part il'
an Also docketed are six case! in the Democrat column close held a slim lead I
I The customary Amiistice Day ;:; evident however, even by a over RepublicaiVm the Democratic primaries, !

arson in the second degree in connection : ag: :last W<; E Dowling, one-tim e Other cases docketed includes program will be presented at 11 in this north central section, '' 6.;>9 for Spurt and 506 for Hoover. C. Cramer of St Petersl>'ur g'I i General EisenJi's!] (J" ,. .J .

with the. burning of a taike, automobile dealer, who : State of Florida vs the following: a.m. Tuesday Memorial Stadiumby where newcomers from the east Last Tuesdays GOP victory was tar Congress from the First Ditnot ",- victory assurrrti"n] ; "I i .

house containing stored tobacco closed 4 out bthe U s Marsha: 1 Slated for trial in Horace Wil- American Legion Post 56 in and west are purchasing farms. :"ot a true picture of Republican It was so close that th landslide with :i t n.1 of I 1))I.' '',
belonging to Jeff Davis and his of the the state, 'however as 7.000 absentee ballots to to C .
vveral months ago for financial 11 Edwin Steel charged with breaking cooperation with the school Rev. Returns from 1.599 -.ll't'ngth in tonal votes to 01 1\ *'< >r f;"-. "

son. Basil, of Graham. i irregula rilit's. Dow ling is slate and : Thomas Mitchell, pastor of the state's 1681 precincts in Tues- 1''i'" nho ver got four times as counted there today will determine Stevenson KIM! is I!' I. r cum I \ "
entering; '
Two other men implicated in t far trial on grand larceny
this case- Artie Broughton and i ng him with obtaining more y'Eddie Rsby. two charges of ; former Navy Chaplain, will be WS.SOl Florida votes to 415,538 oil Republicans in Florida. Much Yes, it looks as if the Republicans Stevenson In "M\: : .

Calvin Starling have under 1 false pretenses, and one in as.siilt: aggravated the main speaker: on this occasion. for Stevenson.' Of course, all'of rf the most effective campaigning are here to stay, and the On the bati.s ,<." ,t ''I,, ,;,1', .
already 1 ormatlon for issuing a worthies; i the this vote is not attributed to Republican far the General was done by organi7.itions Democrats are at last beginning
be furnished
'Iusiewill by
returns from \: -, ,
J. C Neal and Gay Starling tj./ : lOll, K.--: "
pleaded guilty to the arson chargeand heck high school band. newcomers its! many old that called themselves i to: recognize the fact.
larceny of goat j bower had piled 'n\-\ i 'W"I "'

will likely be sentenced at Seven defendants sue docketec I Mrs V L Stalling, forgery Post Commander W. H. Graham 31.691.542 in pops'I u v"* '-
Marines Announce Changes Policy
this term of court Broughton and 1 for trail on charges of non suppoilSteve j I and uttering forgery. announces that following the pro. Chapman At RotaryL. 25.501,568 for Stevens

gram, the Legionnaires will visit The meat! Maiine: (''pr''ps ipinuting < TI I-1' :1': npational field i ihu in Roosevelt had polled (lt.. ;

Prison Chaplain very school in the county with anmencan F. Chapman, superintendent t sergeant at Jacksonville has w!!' h th>\ desire| to be trained vious high for any pn i-l" T .>
Weldon Sr. ,V fictim of
Injury \ flag. ,i of the State Prison, spoke at tht, announced recent changes in the a rid under Option III selectiona candidate 27,751,597 ,.r ,,",, '

I ; Rotary Club Wednesday, con reenlistment policy to former Maof school or course of instrucm Landon in 1936.

t. : t Resulting From Ac cidental Shot Recent Births -aring the power and sweep of the, rines. ti as desired by the reenlistee. I The vote cast Tuesday .', !.I.1!'

'.-, work. cat ried on by Rotary He pointed out that former Complete information can be seemed! headed! toward the r\''i i i'MI I"

Mr and Mrs. Vernon Rosier an hroiiRhout the \\
,:,; n Wound.inflicted by the aeedental I. eral Hospital where, in -p\\r\ of Jounce! the birth of a soi Mann I ':it ,"1,. oi N: tjM-H FallsSupt."that,, of Plg'ant ?i' t>eln',c. niav Cry Il'r' f" r'.,'"r.1 ; ,. I I. "

Rosier on N'ov 3 at Dtntii"'- i h u>iuan: HI-, tntI",,lueet b select nnilei Opt 11111 I. their dut\ .'' :-.1 t i I" I I.. I rr '" Ii' "
of .22 Calibre
firing a target multiple transfusions and( expert
Clinic Hospital. Shi nff P I i Reddisfi ", o'.t't : II ",1"| hsuspn .,'. ,. R 4 (;
I pistol here Sunday morning about medical care he failed to rally
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ss 11 o'clock proved fatal to Steve' ;. and died: late Tuesday afternoon -. --
A. Weldon. Sr., 52. popular postal l Stephen An.ltewVeldon was ..; -, .... .,.:..t. ... ': E- :
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/ I s ervice employee who died Tuesay born April 2.). 1900 in Griffin. Ga. : } i -1Ft ': ,' I : F
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\, afternoon at 5:30: o'clock i irilnchua He was employed as a postal clerk f '.H. r 'A .
7' ..;.r, I' t. ,
tt General Hospital.The I on the" Seaboard Airline ttiilroid: '
accident occured as MrVeidon 'and had been in this service for .. ,- : .ri. t. J' '
S 1C had returned to his homen :29! years n.Va.c; a veteran of } <, -;.. .. I ",.., ?i : L IV L I4"f"4 I

North Walnut St after exe r- World! War I. a former commander 'J 1t' 1-: -... ti ': "L ftA :

rising his bird dogs preparatoryo of the local American Legion t' ..< 1" \.-:3.' 1 idI; i v ,g:

1 the opening _of hunting season : Post and a former member of the : .' .
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]tic had carried along his pistol for Board of School Trustees. He \\'::1 i:* .. ,,

the: purpose of firing while trainIK : oleo a member of the Masoi-i. .

Re'r Harry; F Turnier recently ,' ; one of the young dogs and Lodge at Hastings. < ) J .r. 1f '
assured duties here
as I when he out of the he
got car lie i is sun-ivad by his wife. Mary .

Catholic Chaplain at the State -ung!' it. in a holster over hialoulder. ; Pchaffer Weldon: two daueMeis e' r V t'e

Prison and priest at St Edward's ,: As he was helping the :Mary Catherine l1 ednn! T"1i'r ,_,t_ r- Jir-
Church in Stat kE' ) t
oung dog from a cage on the and Martha Gladys W,'ldi-r\" =-' ..f....... _

Before coming here Father b ark of his car. it is believed: that Starke; three sons. Steve W<"Idon. it.-. -'.,,.. .. ,..,.. )00 _
Turnier served as chaplain at he pistol dropped from the holer 1 Jr.. U. S. Army. Aberdeen<>. .: Jt i'9.- .. .....
Ilendrix Field near Sebring and : f .. /'\ ." .!;. _
5 which had a faulty snap. and and James Albert and Wil'im: ti41re
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Bombing Range at Avon : sPark ;truck the ground with its butt i Richard! Weldon." both of Starke
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He also had assignments'! 'id. the hair .*' \ .;r l n'r.! ; ne'.- '-. .' a lien avert I It I
eat causing -trigg I IF and one sister, Mrs Trel'.is P.utks IL us-h. iking .11 mfni > I; m go with the load

St James in Orlando and in' weapon' to fire. Early reports sal. Griffin. Ga.Funeral 'uv f' : '. ..': : .t-rs c >ni i 'i' \e thn.c'! : 'r." t 7 r,' ; f) 1 'a!< a.

SI. Petersburg Miami and Jack- ': that the dog stepped on the pistol.uising I services were held Glug i I'seated;: J9:> g.l. ms oi illegal in a 1949 M" reury t.vo-door sedan :'" ,' ,.' c.- ''I n.- ... .. ... "i ; X"<> i '

sonville. He was ordained in c it to fire. but as.there. I, Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock "moonshine" with a probable re- : Thomas was talking to Florida later forfeited, and the whiskeywas '' was stopped by u loin/ I r r
Jacksonville I''I
on March: 10, 1945. : were no eye witnesses it is not t'til value of more than $$1.000. Highway Patrolmen Chas. H. ronfiacated driving without any flee '... -
Father Turnier of' in the First Methodist Church
U: a graduate II:nown just what happened.Mr. At left above is seen Lawtey Davis and Ronald R. Harold, who The center picture shows (left I his pick-up truck. It v. .i- .',

Fordham preparatory school in Weldon evidently had one I Rev Thomas G. Mitchell officated. Marshall D. B. Thomas (dark happened to be in Lawtey at the : to right) Highway Patrolman Q. I, that the officer noted thr- 'if

New York, and also Fordham fl oot up resting on the car. as the I I assisted! by Rev. L. A. Shepherd Glugit'adp classes ) with 35 five-gallon jugs time, and got them to aid him in A. FiHinglm, Sheriff P D. Reddish i paulin-covered jugs.

University, where he played footb!' ullet passed through the under I Interment was in Crosby Lake of white lightning taken from a'' arresting Howard. A search revealed -' Deputy Cecil Sewell, and i Photo at right shows Mar-nal
ball. also I
He studied
at St CharleaCollege s ide of his leg. above the knee Cemetery with DeWitt C.: Jones'' n"gn>. Jimmy Lee Howard as he that the negro had J4.300 George: Kopelousos presiding over : Thomas and volunteer alJlist'I'ltl!

the Berlitz, St.School Mary's Seminary, and jo int, and on into his body. Has e 1 Funeral Home in charge of arrangements '.vas driving through the Lawtey in cash on his person-three $1000 the pouring of 24 five-gallon jugs emptying: the 35:) jugs of shine i Ito:,

Baltimore Md. of Languages in w rushed to the Alachua Gen ..blowsiivlutrv .agnmst it'adp: -\ hr",1!! ann Thomas was on duty bills and 13 $100 bills Thomas <->f shine into the storm sewer at Batl'v rat h n-Tr 'if t .r:_;" :,ii'
ut P to r L'.'ufli v Rt''r: .it tne: -hoot! and glimpsed: the 51,1',! that the negro off rP1 him tv!.e: Viirt'.ciwe! orn'T Filhngim still a* L:,wtv .


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The People Have Spoken I; :.. e: ,.

Once more, in that tremendous, awe-in- and the splendid turnout at the polls indicates L-OVETTY

spiring phenomenon known as an American re-awakened interest: in our governmenton v era .' I :.. = tai aI E

election, the people have spoken. This time the part of the general public. Let us .... 'I.

they have made known their desire to have hope that this interest will not lapse now ....

the destinies of our country placed in the that the election is over, but will continue tt 1 ..

hands of General D\\ight D. Eisenhower for be a very important phase of our I lives. I Lr ....

the next four years. So be it. Althoughwe In the weeks ahead, we predict that non- t .... --.

advocated the candidacy of Governor Americans will once again be amazed to .;ec I .. -
t' ( \ .. Rights Reserved
Stevenson for reasons which we have discussed the forces: that have been battling each other J r> sl ?? .. I)elves. .ood Thru 1:1o.\ .

at length in this column for the past: all over the face of this Country quickly -- .<.1

several weeks, we like all other good close ranks and turn a united front againstour r- ..

Americans are willing to abide by the decision common enemies .... 152 Call Sired

of the( majority, and will join in pre- Any comfort or satisfaction; that the Cunv ...

senting a unified front to our enemies, both munists had during the campaign will IN. .... I I Ala r e, Florida .

at home and abroad. shortlived.; It must be hard! for others to> II >
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In the first announcement of our supportof understand: how we Americansvill go it .... .....-- -- ,...n. ...._..,__rt-=-" '" ,""" ...... =-,... .....,-,,_....... "'\G ,. '... ... .
the Democratic nominee we said that "We: "tootii and toenail" during a campaign, but 1PI ,J ....I

think the country will be safe in the hands of instantly accept the vote of the majorityas ....
either General Eisenhower or Governor the will bf the people.If YiRP7 HurtT_$ .... B A KE-RIT E I E 3 Ib can 69C

Stevenson." We still think so today. We the United States were one of the: lied1'' 4

could not see: that the reasons advanced by dictatorships, the losing candidate and his ShuJpy! and Le-lit.r''IHoL', <

the Republican Party for "a change" were supporters would have been "liquidated" by : NK\\S\ Beware CoughsFrom 4 .*

sufficient: to risk a setback in the progressive this time, unless they had been: lucky enoughto Miss Martha Horn'one "r ""Ill'faculty 'E I

program advanced by the Democratic get: across the frontier ahead of the winners members, modeled some Common Colds
hatchetmen. attractive wearing apparel t from FAB-U-LOUS HERSHEY Fcty. Pack
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Party during the past twenty years. Ap-
Baiksdale's at the fashion how 4 ,
parently, a majority of the American people Fortunately, that is not the American way. OH 4

felt otherwise and, thank Heaven, this is Harsh words spoken in the heat of the cam-, which was held at thl''omall's Creomuhion relieves promptly becauseit 4
Club in Starke last Thursday
one country where the majority still rules. 1lairihave> are soon forgotten. Real statesmen night. Miss Home was accompanied help goes loosen into the and bronchial expel germ w,tem l.idc-n to i 4 F FAB SU S GA R

We were genuinely concerned and still never been "soreheads", and we predict by her mother Mrs .1 W. phlegm and aid nature to soothe .ind i .

are, about} some of the reactionary forces in that all of them worthy of the name, will Horne. Mrs Ola M. Perkm.sa? heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial! 4

General Eisenhower's party that will apparently soon be working together to promote the' then guest on this occasion. membranes. Guaranteed to please u>u 4 4 Large Box 21C Lbs ,

be elevated to positions of greater best interests of our Country. Miss Emojean Hall visited relatives or Mood money the test refunded.of millions C.:emulsion of users. h.i!> 4 5 41C .

power by his election. We believe, however, As Governor Stevenson: ) said in his last in Plant City over tin' p.ist 4

that the General himself will want to keep election-eve} message to the people: "If your' weekend.The CREOMULSIONrelieve 4 4 ,

these "voices from the past" under control, decision i is General Eisenhower and the Republican -' lating their eighth classmate grade ,is John mngi;;liusii 1',1u': Coughs, Chest Colds Acute Bronchitis 4 4 v-rly", f : ; W' C

and we hope that he can do so. Party, I :shall ask everyone who over the arrival of a baby brother 4

As for that voted for me to accept the verdict with tradi- The man has been named 4 4
now, we can only say a good young
6 Maxwell House Ib
tional American sportsmanship | Everett Leroy, and is the infant 4 COFFEE can ICt
has been elected President of
: our
We, for one: are following the Governor'sexample. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph I'e.u- Let Us Thoroughly 4 .
Country, and another good man has been de- We believe that all other good I sal. Wash Your Clothes 4 4 11 ii '

feated. It has been an interesting campaign, Americans, of either harts will do likewise i ,iI We were very sorry that Mrs 4 4 .
Mona Canova, our music teachi'r Donald
rYTYYYYYYYYTYYYYTTYTTYTTIHAMPTON I tor Growl; at Gainesville Friday j turned Saturday from their honeymoon was absent Monday of this week 9 Pound

C. C. Cannon, engineer of the. Together with Mrs. I on account of sicknesin her 4 4

!! Eastern Seaboard who i is ill at ; Richard parents and sister Mr. j i family. For 40c! 4 MAYONNAISEPint I S E 23C
; his hone here, is somewhat im- ; and Mrs J. G. Adkins'; and daughter -. The seventh and eighth grades 4 !

by .Mrs. Win. \V. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA | proved. i ii Louise were Sunday dinner in our school have been taking FREE Bleach If Desired! 4

guest of Air and Mrs. E. M. Pre 'standard tests the past week. temple .1\'e. 6talk 4 ,
i -
W. II. Griffin has returned from i iI
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vatt Staike. Most of our pupils like to take Vacuum Packed
I j a few days visit with his !son Per- "
j' Mrs. May Sweeney and Mrs. these tests and many of them did \
Charles Manier the 13 year old ;;, cy and wife at Jacksonville. Claude! May returned Thursday exceptionally on them. 0 44 1

son of Mrs. Louise Manier is mourning Mr. and Mrs. Horace May and from Philadelphia: where they were Why don't some of you parents t 4 ASTOR.S f !

over the death of his litte! Mrs. Minnie Johns were Friday'' railed by the death of their aunt, come and visit the first and second 4 4

pet dog, who followed Mrs. Manieras | guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Mrs. W. C. Kammerer. j jMr. I grades in their class room? We Will 44\

she walked to Hampton Junction I May at Gainesville: and attended'': and Mrs.' Frank Thomas, There you will find a busy active ,,

on Wednesday forenoon, I the Gatnr Crowl.I I. I daughter Josephine and son James crowd of very adorable children. Dry Your Clothes 441\ Dixie Darling Enriched f

where she got a bus for Starke. I Miss Joan 'the'' and Valeria Gray visited Mr. j Miss RaulefNon provides try m For 20c
The little dog was killed on the was : Thomas's brother William Thomas I with an abundance of interesting '
weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. In New AutomatiDriers I family loaf sand ch loaf
highway a short time after the I and family in Jacksonville. I: wont and most of them are showing BRDUl'( 11C 14C
Mark Fullam in Gainesville and 41
bus left. Charles has the sympathy -I (!' Mrs. Homer Smith ana daughter -' i splendid progress in the read- ,, 4\\
attended) the Gator Growl fcstiv-
of all who know the valueof : I Shirley of Lawtey were Saturday ing readiness program. This group
!ties on Friday night and the [ had abundance o .
an fun on Monday -
the love and faithfulness ofman's guests of Mr." and Mrs. George
Homecoming football game on I of this week when Mrs. t
best friend. Saxon Sugar Cured Smoked/ Ib
Saturday. i i iI Perkins played ball with them it 4] PICNICS |Ct
Mrs. Wylie\ Williams and daughter Mrs. Parrish and daughter, Vedaof .
I Rev. C. \\'. Burton the the recreation period. Mrs. Perkins
spent Earlton and Charles :
Snowden "'
Gloria were Sunday guests of weekend with Rev. and Mrs. Fre.lIDo.ld of Waldo were Sumlaguests of'' had as much fun as the childrenfor The Washeteria I ITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT dVI .
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Williamson all of them wanted to talk to 0'
1 and family, at Keystone Mrs. T. F. Brown. !
and Mrs Martin Mersey They her at once. HennDryden was
|Heights on Monday night. Rev. C. II. Lay: field of Gainesville'
were accompanied home by Mr. the star of the game. He made a
Burton preached at Long Bridge.Mr. visited his mother :\I1's.1.. B. Lays -
and Mrs. L. Williamson and home run every time he went t ti
children.! I and Mrs. Willis Broughton: I field and sister, Mrs. R. Brannen bat. Sugar Cured Breakfast Streak O' Lean Dry ,

of tarke, and Kitchen ofGainesville Sunday. |
Tommy !
Wesley Godwin and
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Mr. and Mrs. K. R Watterson. j Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins and
were Sunday guests of have been making some \' '1'nel'essa'y \
Mrs. T. F. Brown and Mr and I I daughter of Jacksonville and JA'. \ SAt BACONEnd C
Mrs. Emory Brown attended the the W. N. Jackson's. 1 and minor repairs" in tin 1sr STRIP BACON
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dowling and daugh-terrrf various school rooms
Gator Growl Friday evening. I I i I Charles ,
i Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Beaudmont Manier and Howell Williams !! o
I I I Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins Sunday Cuts Center Cuts
Mr. and Mrs. James Picren of!rof assisted last Fndaprepii-
Daytona were Sunday i
Gainesville visited Mrs. T. F ;I evening dinner guests of Mrs Jess lcand Mis. John Children! : ing the school money for dl'IHSltin [ Pound Lb
Brown and son Frank on Sunday I the bank on Saturday J 49C 19C
j Fie Chastain. and family were Sunday dinner !; In addition to the halt pint! of! 39C
Mrs M. B. IjiyfMd, daughter| Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastain guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claude 1, grade A pastureized milk I
Mrs. Raleigh Brannen son, Mr. !I May and in the afternoon all _
i i and children Mrs. Jessie Chastain, dren are also enjoying rhumb-. .
and Mrs. C. II. Layfield and children motored to St. Augustine. _
I| AirsL G. Adkins.: daughter i ij milk which Mrs. Johnson: s i.'ixe-'; lt m.'WfT t
and Mrs. Esther McElroy ofGainesville I I I Mrs. Fannie Mead has returned I herself ...
j J
j Louise Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richard I I : following her own vet !int- .
toiler -
home in
were in Tampa Sunday Jacksonville after; for this delicious ae
| attended the Gator Growl concoction ShrFays
to visit! Mrs. La'fiell1'slaugh 1 i spending several weeks with her a few drops of 1 Tender Pride
Friday evening. vanilla is the Skinless Ib
ter Mrs. J. M. Blount who i is a j I'. T, .1, Meeting I I daughterIrs. Vernon Slade and -eorft! oe thi, ethfi, .ti .pm uhuh WEINERS!
patient at the T B. hospital there family. Mr and Mrs. Slade ai she nn'v'' 39Ci
: i 1'1 I iiiui.i'-t!
TheP. T A. held their monthly companied\I Ij : her on Saturday. ...
They report that she is getting '
i meeting in the school Mr and Mrs. \\'ylieViIliam11
along fine. Mrr Layfield stayed '[ Tuesday afternoon with 11 mem- 'I Iand family visited Mrs William:
for an ('xtended'isit and will visitat I II 'I Our
Largo and Clearwater. I bers piesent. A motion was made son's mother, ),11'5lcCulloud1 itLive J1i''Y.1)5_ Burglary 4 U. S. "GOOD" Eat-Rite Beef 0
| and seconded to buy blind and Oak over the weekendMr. 3\

Preston Nettles and friend of i drapes for the auditorium. 1 tAlts. I and Mrs. C. C Hi!'. \\ Pound

F.arleton were a Saturday supper., Martha Home and Miss Pomona Park spent Saturday uiui I c. j7 666 Policy pays for 44 ROUND' STEAK 69C

guest of his cousin Raleigh Bran I Louise Raulerson served refreshments ''their nephew Don Hill and f i,inn'-' ,(ake 4\\

nen and family. j I Sixteen members of the Hon what is stolen -4
I IIOUIB! tae'trr? Mf ferr nrrrr or 41 0'
Mrs. 11. Wiggins, Mrs. George At the Hallowe'en Carnival ton Baptist church attend! .

Williams and son Howell were i in ( $60.06' was cleared. I Pastors and Laymen ASS MIII..I.; | .' -4 41 U. S, "GOOD" Eat-Rite Beef 0"
I '
monthly meeting 4]
Jacksonville Sunday. j (Held over from \lustte -k.) at tinHone destroyed.Charley .
Baptist church in Theressa :\i ,
Mr. and Mrs. David Brown and I owe a great big apology to nday -4
childrenere Sunday Mr. and Mrs Douglas Hard The evening. -4 Pound iCf
in Hawthorne }
U. D. Dave( ) Dyal H4 41 un"CK ROAST S
bad weather, we have had will wa III! she E. Johns 4[ 4
,, first of the week.
Janie Ilhoden of Gainesville lave to take the blan:e. j 1 I Mrs Eva 41
George and Mrs1as Agency
!' with her !'! Born to1 r. and Mrs. DouglasI t 41 f *
spent Sunday parent tha
Strickland of Gainesville w '4 .
I I Hardy at the Alachua in'i ;'I and Phone" IS STARK,
Mr hospital FLA 0"
and Mrs. John ,.Blarkman.Mr Mrs. Maude Brewton '
I II of
t r
i Gainesville on Oct. 15 a son.Douglas 4 SUPERBRAND Colored Quarters
and Mrs. George Saxon an.1son 1 Hinson 9 Tuesday with Mr. and Ms; -4

!' Holland Heights/ Payne Mel re.1., were Hawthorne in Keystone I, founds"Ir 10 Rachel ounces.Bryan, weighing Roberts of ;,|1 11 afternoon* A Hall.quilting.The ladies spent ttn -y-i r ',.....:' 4 414j M A RG A R IN E 1 Lbs 35CDrl'l

and Waldo Sunday. Valdo was a luncheon guest on | Rev. C. W. Burton who has been I____._____: ,0
Mr and 1011's. Calvin Richards Wednesday of last week of Mrs very ill with bronchitis is ab!.. ube r e le Representing THE TRAVELERS, Hartford 41 .

have returned to their positions T. J. Alderman. > out. i j / J
after the week with A. L. :N'azworth spent set.-i t 3 fI \
spending past Mrs. Bessie Bryant of Fort : -- 441 44
Mrs. Richards' parents Mr. andMrs. : \lyers is spending sometime with days last week with his sister Mi I ---- .a LT1\
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Charles ,
Gaskin and family ,, ar 41
L. G. Adkins. | >er sister Mrs M. L. Watte onI :
Sibyl and Wayne Priester!'! of i ir.d family. | Palatka. 414j YORK Land 0' Sunshine
W. H. Griffin was a dm! LJ From where I Joe Marsh
Sunday sit
Palatka spent the weekend with Mrs. Betty flay a senior at the ..fy
their aunt Mrs. L. G. Adkins and!' U of F, accompanied a group of ner guest at the home of hi* .>
nephew R. F. Dyal and wife I... -- I
family.Mr. : P. K Youge students to Crystal APPLES BUTTER
afternoon hip *
Percy Gi"I
and Mr"! Ernie Souther- I Lake veek. Friday She and Saturday of last fin of Jacksonville came to u! *. Left Ham San wk? +r l

land Mrs. Pouglas: !' and two sons I was recording seer\'- hi. father home with him 41
f it>
j vary of this of Lake Butler were Sunday guests "[ \r s. Ola group.Perkins Mrs. J. W. u.tl'ndt'disit.. -40c Ib mesh bag Pound *
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph For syt h. I Rev and Mrs. Fred Dodd 5
| Home and Miss Maitha Home atpmVd "I .. 45C 7 5C
Mrs. E. M Prevatt, Mrs. Calvin the Fashion show Keystone Heights spent Sat ur(!.,-
Richards and Miss!' Louise Adkins the Junior :;pnnsoredb evening with Rev C. W. Burton Ambled over to Bob' Re--tau- a regular;: ,od: fashioned! ;r'-a r, L..1 r : 41
) Woman's Club of
attendiM' the Homecoming Parade I Starke Thursday: e'ening.tiss Mrs Jessie Chastain spent Sat. rant Tuesday for lunch and noticeda sandwich all the more!" 4 .

at Gainesville Friday afternoon.A. Home being one of the models. urday night1th her sister Mrs new sign "Left Ham Sandwich, From where I sit, stories like 4 _-f;

L. Nazworth spent Wednesday I Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson Douglas. of Alachua. '| -Id' ...Right!: Ham Sandwich, 38<'." "right" hams being tougher than -

and Wednesday night with his I spent last week at Cedar Keys Rev and Mrs. R. C. Graleft'' "Why the sign, Bob" I asked. "left" ones are with us because AGEN Sliced, Sweetened FrozenSTRAWBERRIES 0"
Monday for ,
!'istt'rrr Charles Caskins and where they are builJing a home. will attend Tampa where"they' "Don't tell ir.e you believe }hogs son;* people get ideas into !heir4.4

family of Palatka. Miss Joanne Hess was hostel a two weeks revivalat scratch more with their right leg head and hang onto them for dear -4
the Cans
Mrs J I.. Williams was; a shopper Friday evening to a weiner roast AA;s. Bruce A Roark\'e. Baptist was church. than with their left-so' the left life. It's like those who think a:. 4* S I E S 4 99C!
hostesj i
in Gainesville Saturday at her home About 50 attended ham is tender?"
Mr. and Mrs Calvin to a Stanley party at her home on' more adult like Bi>>elf hadn't the right4] i

Mr and Mrs. Lelard Bedenbaugh were in Jacksonville Richard Monday. Games were played and "No," he says. "I don't take any to a glass of beer with my supjer.; 4.4 0"
: and sister Miss Ruby Beden- Monday. prizes were won by Mrs. stock in it. But I let's .
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Xewsome of Elmer some reople have say keep our opinions free
b..1mhite.l Mrs. Bedenbaugh'gbrother Lewis Mrs. W. X. Jackson and ordered those 'left' from being "sand iched-in"
Leesburg: were recent guests of sand nches. bv -4 Libby or Duncan Hines Frozen i
R. A. Newsome at the Mrs. Wm.
:\11'. Xewj-ome's sister Sits Leland Hammond. When I explain to them thatthere's misinformation.

Lake Sunday.City Veteran's Hospital, Bedenbaugh.Mrs. Wilma Knight and daughter I Gainesville-Mr. and Mrs.were J.Sunday W. Jackson dinner of the sign nothing is just to a business-getter that fable, that, 4'HAM 4\ ANGE 1 Cans

were Barbara among and those Wayne that Matchett attended days of withII'Orlando are and spending Mrs. a John few Mrs guests W of X his Jackson.parents The Mr.dinner and and I've only one price, they enjey : .- : 6tie ( (, E J U ICE QQC t

the Homecoi ing Parade and Ga- Knight was.... to. ivVhrite. three b-.rthday-: -- -q_ ..
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Ml-" .in' \L-- O-iU.K P.1<:hal dt' I J -- < -- "- .. t""_""-u_;_:. _"$::;;:.:,,,$ "




minutes before taking it from the ..vLONG. ...TTTT with. us Thursday nights for !VIis Sue Sapp and MrR. L. ammersan with a big dinner tt speed rts o\ <>r\

pan. I will put chocolate icing on Prayer meetings. We know whoever :Morgan who is in Glendale hos- Those
on our sick list this week Mr and Mrs EMon S.I: :
; :
r' it. BRANCH is chosen for us during Norember j Jital.Ve wish them a speedy re are :Mrs: Middleton Rosier. Mrs sons. Joe and Rudolph wei. ..
J J will be one who will give
Most of the farmers are still (covery. Sue Sapp Ernie Johns a.l Mi,, '": Mr 1"F.i t :
11 is good niei-sages so We are not Mr Hu't! : ; '- ,,, ,. ,.
picking corn. I hear a tractor by Mr,. J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAUAAAAAAUAAAAAA ,,IIIf'asahout. our welfare as tc and Mrs. Freeman Cro.sb\ :- : : ,'.
,>f Tampa spent the wt'ekenii! ,
now chugging away. A corn shel- (:"r" :',. "1 :<'.tikrhipHEILBRONN ht-'I a.a I ?- .. r
t!-Is community and brought bt.'k ;..Jt=: -' \

ler has been running east of the (Held o\er from last \\t"4'k.) ( Jrandy" Carmichael to 'n.,( :: J t'v
8 11urn gun es sal(o r j TT..TT.T.TTTTT....
house. :My: son in Indiana has his We are glad to hear that Luld I:"II' a visit with relatueMr r--, ...c" .-
.[')! tJr-a, PIC3R corn all picked. I have been think Mosley's little bois recovering and Mrs. ESS.; ;, } .
ing of a little town in Southern from his fractured thigh; It seenu !hildien were Saturday g\l'\,i -" -
\\ the golden October up the limbs and we piled the
Indiana where I went three yearsto that the little fellow fell out the Mr and Mrs. B. J. Egg.i'- i
days are gone and merge into brush. The logs I will give to high school. It was three miles 'door or against the step, we di.! l II\ AI.iri.iii NormanAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAIA 'IInville.
someone who wants wood. Tate:
Notrmber. Iork on clearing
from my father's farm. I joined i not understand which, and broke
my garden. :My rye i is up. poor oM dear did so like to hackon church in that town. The last I: the bone in his thigh. (Held over from last \\t"'k

i the felled tree, and I could not i Mr and Mrs Jimmie Gaskms Mrs. II. M. McRa. ," : ,
time I saw the town it i i10't'ly We are sorry to announce that
Quiet work I seek in fall, was
him. Hah It is bad to be | .. .'.
stop Brother Raymond Carter has filled I nf: Tampa were visiting relatives her 1 1in 67th; birthday : "
little nest of houses
Digging soft loam with a hoe 'old with no hobby or interest in nestled his four weeks of for i' this communitv.\' ovt-r the week1 with a supper at Mi .. vRldon t Z
preaching u?
In beds below the meadow wall. down along the side of the ::\Musca-] _
: 1
{; life. That is a good lesson to all at the :Mission: tent. He completed snd '' : Sapp.
I the meek, i i iAnd I tatuck River. The old iron bridge i| !
Nearby, see you tidy of us. Do pick out something fora his month Sunday evening and we Mrs Ruby Gaynot.and family Mr and Mrs. R. LL I.'!1....-
was still the same, the hill i
train the tall, and crown hobby. Gardening will be mine 'must say he gave us a good mes-1 I were overnight guests of the (t>f Jacksonville were \ ,,. ii'is.:
down to the town
and :
with earth now as long as I am here and able the lovely ,sage. We had one to come into ; ]I Horace Hosiers in Gainesville Friday 'parents[ Mr. and Mrs. R L M 1'r.1'i '
Against impinging cold, the to work. Another i is the weekly blue grass pastures. Always one the church by statement Aunt j night. Sunday.Mr..: e ti !1 1ir 1s

weak. writing of this column. I have can find ferns all winter: long, on : Babe Padgett, as she is known I and Mrs. Eldon Sapp'!' .,1.':

-Elizabeth Randall MilLs others so if my eyesight fails, or the hillsides. The springs run and joined by statement. Mr. and Mrs Peggy Dyal of Hampton was T N Norman were in Jaksnvjlle -
: drip all winter. The town is' i Carter and two children al1 overnight guest of Geraldine Carter -
death of dear ones changes my were Monday visiting Hal \t'Y
October here was one long Zenas, and it is in southern In- us Little
Sunday night. Ettie Edwards who i is the
patient in
i mode of living, I can still
i stretch of golden days. The days i I with one of my hobbies. / diana. Memories and dreams of I hasn't missed a service since her I Those on our sick list this week I j jare hospital: there

were warm but nights were cool. long ago strike one at times. dad has been with us. We wil' : Mis. Buddy Norman. Mrs The children of MrV.. C.

I worked on clearing the yard of I Whoopee! My rye is up. Tall They are very vivid and real as ;i 'surely miss them in Training 'Jerry Norman Mrs Middleton i lemons came in Sunday to help

leaves and .twigs. This week I green and sturdy looking. My son one grows older. Union as well as church services | ]*Rosier, Ernie John.. Tom Moore. ]hei relehate her fiTth "olrthday \

have worked on the clearing of i' also planted rye in their gardenand CLAY HILL. Nice letter from ', We enlisted the ones who wisr |i' __1 _

two very scrubby ash trees along it beat mine up. We need rain Mildred Sculley of Middleburg. to take the Training Union Course

the west side of the garden. An I I very badly here. Life seems so One of my darling little girls of this week to and were gladly surprised PH I LCOReeraorMRVV8A5
see much
so interest. We
old gentleman from the Nursing good this afternoon with the smellof :; Clay Hill. She is now in high
will endeavor to teach the Adult THE FINANCIAL BACKBONEOF
) Home across the street helped me baking butter' cake in my nose. I school. She says brother George :, Course this week the Intermediate -

saw them down and he trimmed I am letting it cool now for 15'you has a new baby girl named I and Junior
I I courses later afterI
Katherine Janice. I am so happy. get back from Kentucky. I am tr
George was one of my boys. Letter go and bring my mother and dad .

from Elgin Lang, and made me back to Florida-from Kentucky

ATLAS sort of homesick for another visit ;:, next, if all goes well.. We xvil1'

con depend on for like we used to have after school. : have more work to do then with r---. ------

Life is good, but I do love my old i our Training Unions. To produce beyond immediate .-

friends. I never forget. : We plan to lay founuation blocks ..-', :
HELPFUL HINTS. : Place apiece for the church building Thursday ; ector'
need is the basis upm which; the -- .4
'u += Ing
of muslin 8x10 inches in the October 30. This will be Bro. Con j I

bottoms of your tea kettle. Lime : way's 45th trip here to be with us'' : DAIRYq
RIGG PDIIR.I.I will not collect. Here is a trick: I He will work through the day American economy ;in founded. 1/ I I I 1

Thursday and stay for Prayer I Imeeting -
to remove letters from feed bags. \ 'I
I Ia I Thursday Thi Y' BAR
evening. ?
Ii Shake well. Wet letters with
i!Ii will also be Jim Strickland's 71st i .
kerosene, roll up tight and leave i: F _
i | Of j I I With
birthday. Jim Strick
I course
Ii i for a few days. Put lye in some I land is with us in every serviceat It is the source of SA VL\G, and I 1 i / I bt v Ch E JCcluSi1eese

'' water, and boil. Rinse well. To! I { r. I Keeper
I the tent. After we get the
waterproof matches when going I, foundation blocks laid we hope tc it has made us the greatest and j ./\,., ('ri
fishing, put nail polish on ends. i lrkr ans lion
have the sills and some more Q,- It fu :
Use old bobby pins to fasten material to work with by next I ICfalthcslllatioll; on earth, with I .c Ii. '-., '"' r'a'h" ,

Christmas tree ornaments to tree. week or in a short time, then Wee I , l\f't 8urIlKI'! > 1/ t." r

I I j YELLOW BUTTER CAKE: Once will call for all to come on \\fcc I It t a standard of living that ;is the __r r i 1g forflt l/j'r./ if"um r

| in awhile I like real butter in cake. I wish to help with this work. After : milk H'IUllr1., ,"1

i,, 1-2 cup butter, creamed with 1':' we get this building started v>t I .i ---, Ch(eke 'it"! !!,\ ,.
of the rest of the u'orld.tNSUrzj I
envy ""
cup sugar, add a little salt and wish to finish it and not be 21

vanilla. Sift and measure. 2 cups I life time about it, so come one i rr+ nce 7+ ----- I

rake flour with 3 teaspoons B and all who wish to help. j jWe I -----,

powder Add two large egg yolks I have had willing worker I i FREE-just for coming in while
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all when there I II j I
to sugar and butter. Beat hard along was anything sale is on-a beautiful matching

I I they could do, now we are pair of vases. Come early for your
t Atlas Batteries made with with a wooden spoon. I qS
are added. looking for plenty of help. The gift. Look over the many extra Wq
2-3 sweet milk is I 'i i
extra plates, for extra starting cup folks here are anxious for the value offers on Philco Dairy )Bar
butter and UP
alternately to sugar i church to be built so we feel sure ;and 2-loor Refrigerators Terrific -
dependability..Mfra long life! 4' tb a egg mixture with the sifted flour. 'I all who can win be on the job FLORIDA BANK at STARKE bargains I Don't miss them EASY TERMS
I'I and
hard. Beat egghites
We do not know who our nun:
ffi add last folding in batter Makes I ister for November will be we rou AIW
t Certified capacity plainly 1 two 8 inch layers. Bake at 375 had Bro. Bill Jones through Sept u.avla, 1. n lilemovr) 'io-it/a/ lludondt[ (n C H. NASWORTHY% General SuppliesPhone l

stamped on the case. War- degrees 25 min. I use a choco- ember, Bro Raymond Gaiter jroitfi \ ,

ranted in writing, for definite late king on this cake. through October and have enjoyec' I 4V Mb(.* IDS!, W. fall St. Slarkf. I-1.- .

time by Standard Oil Company When you read this election will every message Bro. Conway is

be over. 'I hope the two presidential .
liberal l lt .
candidates have not injured p r ; "'". q. '
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health campaigning. Hearing Aids 't
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There is a big carnival up at AND '" s f
at price to fit .
a your pocLetallowance: 1 '
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the school house. !
book. Drive by to see us. :!.
the children busy. BatteriesDiabetic J ,
on your old .:' :;:' .
On a mid-October day, 'A := = 1;'

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half drunk with dreams I This Ford! F.1 1 ltvlemd"/lI'" it tv :! field MWi.h p imrk V i ,h .
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But the leaves without a sound,

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and a New Year. What a wonder

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Junior Club r Miss Evelyn Stump Weds Wm. J. GriffinIn -=- _- -=. = .

Honors New Members Lovely Home Ceremony Last
: At Pilau Supper SEE AT A&P
I i : Evelyn Stump, daughterof and chrysanthemums:; ,intojxiv-t.i, : 1
The Junior Woman's Club hon- 'I Mr. andIrs.. Fred Stump be- with plumosa fern and !';.mkHi
C ored new members with a delicious | came the bride of William' John with palms. _
: Griffin of Ochlocknee. Ga. r f
chicken pilau supper Monday evening at an Immediately following : > '
Mooty at the November meeting i in I impressive candlelight ceremonyat mony Mr. aDd Mrs. Leg <;!1"1 ..>.
L. Phone; 35 .! the club house. A Thanksgivingmotif I the home of the bride' parents tertained the wedding }' I' .no
was carried out with an impressive Thursday evening. Oct. 30, at their relatives at a drL.: ; >
u u m I I 4 center arrangement of 6:00: o'clock. The Reverend Leslie at the Green home on N \\ ,'
autumn leaveand; fruit. A. Shepherd, Chaplain at Raiford, street. %

t s i j Mrs Charles Webb District read the nuptial vows in the presence The dinner was served l l h.l i:'.''.
Direi-tor. was the guest speaker of the immediate families. style. A crystal epergne 'outlin- _

. j for the evening and emphasized Mrs. William H. Thomson. Jr. ing white chrysanthemums c'-n-
, I the responsibilities of Junior club sister; of the bride played the tered the dining room table After
In this: ad effective
women: She presented the following nuptial music. The traditional serving their plates the gusts;; :id thru Safurdav N 0\ v

[ 4 rules for creative activities wedding marches were used and journed to the sunken living n...'< lona Plain or Self-Rising I
in Junior club work: Crusade Debussey's "Clar de Lune" was where tables were laid for p.utie! I
rep, I for .Americanism, emphasize deeper,!I II played during the ceremony. of four. Each table was l't'nlt.' 1',.,! FLOUR Ib Bag

I moral and spiritual values in the The bride given in marriage by !j with a miniature tiered wedding 1.5 $1.45A
community Youth Conservation, I her father. wore a street length'' cake topped with lighted tapersFall < I
and Rehabilitation of Veteran: dress of silk taffeta, fashioned \ flowers were pla< -i1 it t
A motion was passed that t'ach' with a low v-neck, fitted bodices vantage points throughout tht- & P Yellow ClingPEACHES I
Silver member must attend three meetings and full skirt. Her flowers were !! Green home and tall burning white
b} each year to retain her membership white orchids. She chose as her tapers in silver holders aM! a No.2 J-2 Can

maid of honor, her sister :Miss :\ soft glow over the setting 21C i
1 '! Jewel Xoegt-l.l finance chairman, Lillian Stump, who selected an I I Mrs. Richard Fowler, Mrs Rub\
Wedding gave the members Christmas i' electric blue crepe dress with high !I Collins Mrs. Delores Colley and
t'r cards to sell. The money will be' neckline and a white collar'I Miss Lu Green as"isted11': A & P's Own
r "7 turned! over to Marilyn Roberts adorned! with sequins. Her flowers''I Green in serving.Out .
who is in charge of this project. were pink sweetheart rosebuds. I of town guests for the ,or. Vegetable
jl Shortening Ib
DinnerS Ruth Simmons announced that Evelyn Thomson niece and casion were Mr. and :Mrs Edx* m D E EV 3| can 11 C

I Carl Roberts will furnish a five: namesake of the bride, was flower I Baker, of Pelham Ga. :Mrs C (r
t fi (I piece orchestra for the New Year's j ji : gill. She wore a yellow taffeta' Griffin. Mr. and :Mrs. Maurice
Eve dance. Marilyn Roberts, Anderson, of Meigs.: Ga. Mi and
1 i I dress and wore in her hair pink lona Yellow Cream
j Frieda Judd and Hazel Hitch were !I sweetheart rosebuds. Mrs. Wayne Booth, :Mrs Robert Style
put on the newly organized gt t't't- I Griffin, Mr. and Mrs Woodrow
I William H. No. 303 Cans
served the ,
I ; of Ochlocknee. GaJ':
lug card committee. Griffin CORN 1
L? 1 The Junior club was active in groom as best man. I and Mrs. Franklin Floy,111': :+nd,) 1SC

Brilliant i 1 urging people to vote by forming I The bride's mother chose a black I Mrs. Wm. H. Thomson and tannlv:

a telephone committee and a day! crepe dress and wore a corsage of i i of Monticello and Ensign Richard\
': nursery for children so that ]jI puiple orchids. : Fowler of Staike and the t.S:: Fla. Grade A D and D Roasting rl: ,'. :" ',... '- : : ii"
mothers could vote. Member: Fred and Majorie Ellen Thomson Tarawa.
EventE K I i were urged to attend the Districtmeeting nephew and niece of the bride, I The bride is a gradu.ff: ,., HEN 4lbavg Ib 47C Jane Parker >> '

in Jacksonville on Nov. 6. i i lighted the tapers prior to the I i I Iceiemony F RC.and was also! ;a him' ..;
1 rg9 Elsie Hazen was the chairman of thit was read' before an \ tenant (jg..) in the N.tWorld \'> Jui! +ng 'li
t I Jthe Country More for the PTA improvised altar of white gladioli War II.Intermediate.

carnival and was assisted by Patsy!
I I I Silcox, Ernestine Denmark. Anna I Margie ManireTo I T. U.

,F.\; the Hmkle.Yancey.Seletta Thomas and Mar Wed J. O. Kemp IIasVeiner RoastThe fRY RASand53C FOOD

folded and December 14thThe
I The club members Intermediate Training 1'n,
f addressed TB Christmas Seals for ion department of the Baptist
the Bradford County TuberculosisAssociation ., Church held a wiener roast and R I ING 49c
C I A | at the conclusion of scavenger hunt Saturday evening, ;

<- the business meeting.Woman's 'm the educational building\, Leaders : FRANKfcello F 49C

Mrs. Ewell Lawson and M1-I! _
Club Guy Leo, were hostessesA !

Mr. and Jars Harold C. Wall To Meet Nov. 1 12 K out in Hallowe'en the decorations motif and was r..t> ,,nned 1'p.h.' I Hermans Pure Pork Sausage Nut/ey/

One of the outstanding social received the guests at the door ol'I i "Interior Decorating for the I II ments. The 15 members enjoyed ,< 7 Ib hag
events of the fall season was the the foyer and presented them tc 1 American Home" will be the sub I! scavanger hunt and games during\ MEAT 39C
dinner party given by Col. and Col. and Mj's. Wall who stood 1 jest of the talk by :Mrs. C. F. Kep- I II the evening and were given: j tai -c< OLEO
Mrs. Harold C. Wall of Starke and against a background of palm'i : linger of Jacksonville at the November '' II I I of wax mustaches.Also .

St. Augustine in celebration of and tall pedestal baskets of glad. :I meeting of the Woman's I attending the naIl t\ \' i-, .
their 25th wedding anniversary 'ioli. Other arrangements of pink: ;', lock.1: : :I / Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Out.au) Quick Frozen Chicken

last Wednesday evening, Oct. 29, gladioli and silver leaves ami' j o'c i I &: I training union directors I Coy: .uuiMrs. lb lO 19C I
at 7 o'clock in the Officers Club greenery were used throughout: The music under the direction of J: : L. D. Haines and Reru.( ; GIZZARDS 2SC
at Camp Blanding. the reception room. [ Mrs. Levy Canova and refreshments ;; Lee

Massive arrangements of white Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Mrs. J. W. ;' under the chairmanship of I'I t I. -- .
in keeping It-
chrysanthemums, tube roses and Kincaid and Mrs. Herbert Wolf ol' ,' Mrs. Hogan Smith will be Coffee Honoring
gladioli against a background of St. Augustine directed guests tc> with the them American .. t I i Quick Frozen Green Headless Ann Page

silver magnolia leaves, were usedat the punch bowls which were presided >'I j 1 Home". { Mrs. Redgrave Ib
the Smith will have assistingI The engagement of Miss :Margie
vantage points throughout over by Mrs. Clifton Brown Mrs. SHRIMP
lower floor of the club building.Five Mrs. T. T. Long Mrs. Maxwell I on the refreshment committee Manire, daughter of Mrs. Freda 1' A delightful 5 o'clock! HTM' 59CKETCHUP
Bridges. Mrs. \\'. H. Manure of Starke and the late was given on Thursday of ia-:t E
and seven-branched candelabra Snyder of Jacksonville and Mrs ''Mrs. Paul C.I'I'
:Mrs. T. B.Harding week by Mrs. Elmer! L Johns m
entwined with greenry and i Charles Meyers. j Hail.: : Mrs. K. M. Davis. G. Manire, to John Oscar I
silver leaves and holding burning Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs.! J. G and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez.j son of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Kemp her apartment at 401 Water..r the st Super Right Ready to Eat
white and silver tap rs, cast a j Members and their guests are of Orchard Park, N. Y., has been The affair was in honor
Godwin and Mrs. James ,\. Griffir I bottle
VRedgrave. \ Ih 4
of Mrs A oz flC
: the most birthday anniversary
soft glow over the setting and r| promised one of announced.The 14
invited guests into the dining PICNICS 45C
served as the only illumination.The room where dinner was served but: ; programs of the clubs fall marriage will take place on ,
7:30 in cake with :.11 <011.!! -
season. Sunday. Dec. H. at : p.m. A birthday
mantel over the large open fet style from a beautifully appointed .1
the home of Miss Manures aunt ,, surrounded by a wreath "( i I" i
fireplace in the banquet hall was table overlaid with a L ,
banked with magnolia boughs and 'handsome cutwork cloth with insets Hallowe'en Party Mrs. W. L. Chandler. 2519 Hiland rosebuds, ornamented a side t Ih.land SHORTENINGSNOWDRIFT: : ."; LH. CAN :'" ,_ '-_ -' <.- _- _---_<_-
'I Jacksonville. No invitationsare served with u e < i e''
St., was
centered with a large fan-shaped of Point de Venice meilalions Playground / 85e[
arrangement of white gladioli, Centering the table was a three- At New being sent, but all friends and and coffee. I
relatives of the couple are invitedto this affair withii 1 : _
tube roses and chrysanthemumsand tiered silver plaque outlined with 1 Hallowe'en Patty I Enjoying
outlined with silver leaves. silver leaves and pod of silvergrapes ,I'A delightful Thursday night of lastweelc attend. A reception will beheld Redgrave and the hostess w n TOILET SOAP Bath Bar; :2! FOR --:'",' fM m jml
On either side were plaques holding and banlt'dth Fuigi'' \\'ac given Playground by immediately after the cere- Mrs. John Torode, Mrs .loo M ll utinez '}
the Ensey SWEETHEART 23' : : _
on Chandler residence. II' 1 and Vegetables.w
burning white and silver mums and pompoms. Emergingfrom ': Elmer Johns and her broth- mony at Mrs. Carl Johns .
candles. Guests were seated at the center of the arrangement 1! Mrs' Leonard Noegel Streamers of Miss Manire is a graduate of T. Qujgley and Mrs S .1 (r;"
individual tables which were centered were seven white and slivery. er. and yellow crepe paper BUS and is at present employedin WITH F 1'E ( I.OTII I I.<;K. PK;.
with small white plaques splashed candles. Adding a fur, ,1 black were used in decoration and the I j Jacksonville. Mr. Kemp is employed BSP To Meet Florida JuicyGRAPEFRUIT
Orchard Park, where 29'
with silver each in
ther decorative note to the silveranniversary Teller's booth was festo.med -
holding a silver and white candle theme were the num- t fortune with moss, and a hfesized they will make their... home.,. The Beta Sigma Phi s,".r.i', \' 3 For 19c
l*< > .
around which was twined a garland bers "25" which were banked with' skeleton hung from the ceiling. Trrr' >rWesleyan > will hold its bimonthly mitt] t.'it.! \VEI: ; son PK(;.
of white pompoms I white pompoms and placed againsta Skeletons witches and cauldrons Guild Monday evening at 8 0'1'1"'! u, k .it 1

Mrs. Junius Smith and Mrs. background of greenery and, ': also wen seen there The costumes Honors New MembersThe the home of Leone Lee with Hui; '! FACIAL TISSUE 25' Florida
Owen W. Griffin of St. Augustine flanked on each side by white ware interesting and va- Green and Evelynn Nci\-nor< :a- JuicyORANGES
1 .
i rued all the way from beautiful Wesleyan Service Guild cohostesses.All LDORFILET' .5! ROLLS
-- ---- garb" members urged to'< 1 it'1-;: ,_ doz
------- 1 evening gowns to pirate entertained Tuesday night, Oct. are io 29c
> and witches which very effectively 28, at a dinner in the Methodist a gift for the Christmas h"\: I'! TISSUE s
l disguised their wearers Two of recreation' building honoring new be sent to Chattahoorhee '1'11.'
T I llrates engaged in combat members of the organization. gifts may be soap, wash tcMiwash ,, I
during the evening, but one of the Mrs. W. B. Sewell introducedand cloth, stationary wn r
participants gracefully withdrew welcomed the new members handkerchief. MEAL
e and no casualties were reported after which the business sessionwas Ib lOc
Hunt was part of held. Mrs. Ruth Viall and
A Treasure Luncheon HonoreeMrs.
the fun: also a "House of Horrors'in Mrs M. W. Cressler reported their
keeping with the season of findings on the need for furnish- W. R Mor=e wa< t'o !h?,,".. VEG- SOUP 37e Fresh SweetRUTABAGAS
witches, goblins spooks, etc. ing the Pastor's study. Miss Audrey ored guest at a delightful, -
flCOTYt1 The costumed were viewed by a Newsome gave explanatorynotes prise luncheon Thiircdu i r.n<'n < < i
( IIICKEN: :? PKCS.;: Ib 5'
committee of judges who ann on amendments to be votedon last week at Crescent Court _:.w "
.arcedthe first award a bag of in the general election. by Mrs. Seymour Burdct'o! NOODLE SOUP 37c

gild., went to Miss Nina Weaver After the business meeting, tho' Guests on this occa-i v. .
and: the seconij award, a bag of devotional hour and the receptionof Mrs. Eustis McKnight.: ., c Fine Cooking York
i.umn ( HOP( si 1 v.VEGETABLES \ L B. J 11 H
to Johnny Kopelouses. ,
silvt-v knell
& "/ new members was conducted reran.t: r- Martha' : "ti;
Due to a mixup in dates the in a candlelight service. Eleven Edward Hsirn a'ul,\ MrK ,\ 29c APPLES 5" bag 49c
p-irt\' for the little folks on the new members were present Hall.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTyTTTTTTTTTTTV.
4. nhveround Friday evening was
1 ut t th-> success:; it should have
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and refreshments BEANS, 12 oz pkg 12c
pi"yed" games Q
Eire 2.50 .1 lid,! new faces appeared to enjoy lda1' c e B L DISINFECTSDEODORIZES

Walking Sucks 3.95 r,I the Knwy Playground 'for the ( leanser

> \ \ fist time.WOW. DINNER WAREIN CLEANS BABO can 12c


e c' Magic Slipper WOW. members are asked 24 oz pkg 21 c
I 3.50 M" attend the installation of of- 111\I.(; (..HEE1l"l.BEHHr: -

fi>'ers Tuesday night. o11.. at COPPER: (;1.0and CII.HTHEl"iEimart : : Richer SudsTREND
T; 30 Come and bring a covered
ili-h Membei* from Live Oak. :- forms in a quartette of beautiful Ige pkg 21c
+ Fiesta 3.85 Gainesville and Ocala will be present and ;nlouins,: ; colors, that can be

1 Betttt 3.35 Graduation exercises will beheld lied in-ly}: or in various combina- BllI-White
at this time. tions. Any of these colors can aNo:

She-erMott. 3.25 f favorite Choose frogronca f her : wedding bell of pompoms. The be combinedith all of Ked Wind's .. QUART BOTTLE 17c _FLAKES__, pkg! _- _- 9c
beautiful hand painted patterns. .
I'ORIGAN long! wall was covered with greenery Wesson
This luncheon is effective in
For os little as $2.50 I-AIMANT against which stood silver ware f'
you can EMERAUDE candle holders holding burning either the modern or the traditicnaJ ..:... 2-GAL JUG 29' OIL, quart 65c
give the best- gift by COTY. ..PARIS.MU5UET I silver and white tapers which converted settln S. AID WING / POTTERY
.Mareal Colored and White
DES BOIS the entire dining room into -

: an.enchanted: garden.Mrs. 76-Pc. Service For 4 $13.60 GALLON JUG 47' NAPKINS, 2 pkgs> 13c

CANOVA PHARMACY Wall received guest -

STAKKE, FLA. i baliarina wearing effect collar.length a powder With dress this blue with she shawl nylon worea ROBERTS JEWELRY PINT BOTTLE 9c A & P FOOD) STOREThe

Compou/ \ .cf and eopyr'gKjed: by Ccfy, (InC, In U.S.X Pikes plus fox corsage of pink shattered carnations Your Friendly Jciceler' Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea ['a
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i iC t\ Dave Paulk is spending several 'h. ,\ '> ,j. .' e ,i' ns 'd,1 jii ,' ,I' k. ", ..t.,'1' I
I i ,'>!i.i : w .1 I 1 I" t.iUi ,. .. .
days this week in Saundersville. "ri i' 11 I.I li i'.i.totlcr n .1! f'i.'i.' -
ft --I I li\ \ 'u > ..
Toppmr. tut I'lerk 'of '
I Ga. on business. Tli.; notice, shall tie T"ird; .
published >ir 1? Parker wh.r or before thai
j I Mrs. Shellie Hall spent last once tarn. wee ur eonseeutiyew'ek' I sidence and address in: 8S4 N'onit.iIli < dtOFFlCIAL,' i 1", ._
\r&4C4d7LLfr in the Bradford County Telegraph : < e. Venite.California.. orlo- II"a'
week in Jacksonville as the guest
1 YI"tI are *
i j I hereby notified tbs "
: i 1",1 -h.- i; day .f \"\'III..r suit for
of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto. \
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NEWS 1" I''Mtn .'. i M"-tody nt < ,. ,
IN THE Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and --" iFFirr.\T SEAL) A. J. Thomas, i iCltk ..?.! .. ( x, '11I

family visited Mr. and Mrs. B. With so much going on this n.-r ami 1 Mamn'<''. Mik-- and Alice I'y Marian L.of Crosby the Circuit Co-, .'t \ ': !
Deputy C' -K
!'ihi ]
I 1 g
I II Rountree in Orange Heights or. i J week sorta looked like Carolyn Anders.u!:. 1(7! ito7'IrCTn i'1 *d! -M n and-ti"i eauu 'In f .,I"', Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk and Mr. and Mrs Bjnard Sullivan ."- .. : .l.J 1 l' _'
Sunday. WaS gomgto: be left out butwe'll r > .1 i4 t. serve a cop ofur
children of Allendale S. C. I' Well! now that ejection's oveiv tpri'\n: tn SKA1
I and ti> the .1Clerk
In ( ) A
ireuit .
daughters and spent (
Sylvia Faye make
Mrs. M. 'Sheppard, Mrs. Ira it brief and to the onri llr.-iillonl ( "lint?, mi'' i 'f'- '
Lon- I \\ can all settle down and! .t florid li: In 4 'n f'1tntiff'! of the r
: tiinrer
of Mr anll11'- a
the weekend in Willacoochee, Ga. were guests Harris, Mrs. W. W. Caines and point this week and save the juicy g' I I' V .' I'' P..HC. "l'M i .r, I.&AAAAAAAA 1. t '. -' \ '
late! .. .
sHP Glad't'
me Sullivan from Sunday to Tues- again I / I k. \
the of and Mrs. I i for the .
as guests Mayor Mrs. J. E. Hardy were in Jacksonville go-sip r.ext glad to
'! d -n't have to go through with that AAAAAAAAIAAAAAIIAAA4AAAAA SASS . . .
Jeff Paulk. Their nephew Paul day.Mrs. shopping on Tuesday hear Chief Thornton was able tone ----. .A. AAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAALALALA
J. \\'. White, who fell and more than once every lour year- 1
Paulk of Pierson, Ga. returned :Mrs.: Inez Kelly will return brought home last Saturday i: Don't *
with them for a few days visit. broke hr hip on Aug. 16 and has home Saturday after ten days visit he's getting along fine but will be'': think I could take :.t 1i

Mr and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli been confined to the Alachua with her son and daughter-in-law, confined to bed for several more !: BARGAINSGALORE DRUGSTORE
General Hospital has been taken I 'weeks AD-2 Ed Hicks I| So long See you in the n. \t
entertained at a going away party 1 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kelly, in returned K 0 C H S
Sunday of last week for their son. to Tallahassee)) where !she is staying Tampa. ,'i home Sunday from three 4 AT

Robert who left the following with her son ind daughter-in-i| Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pass and weeks at jet school in Dallas !i Carol) n 4 4 :
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. White. Texas See Joe Andrews
Wednesday for the Navy electronic law i I son. Gene, of Tallahassee were working 4
Her condition is now at the Ford ';
school in San Calif. slightly improved Agency PresbyterianVomen
Diego visiting :Mr.: and Mrs. L. D. Green 4
Mrs.C: E. Beim is visiting Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Faris Beumont and I; from Sunday to Tuesday. 1 i! hear from SK-2 Don Ray Tilley, 4 1
Janice, and :Mr. and who is now in Sasebo. Japan that Circle 1 of the
Luther Addison and new granddaughter daughter j i iI i :Mr.: and Mrs. T. J. Griffin, :Miss: II I Presbyteiian 3
Mrs. J. L. Dowling of Daytona his ship .will return to the states Women of the Church will meet CHRISTMAS CARDS
Gainesvillethis : I '
Rebecca, in Annie Darby Mrs. Carrie Ritch Large Selection of
I around Dec. 7th another I at the home
I Beach were weekend guests ofj i serviceman of Mrs. B. C. I1.>lt- I
week. | and :Mr.: and Mrs. Clifton Brown 4 1DOLL
Mrs. J. L. Briggs of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Andrews. ;:' attended the christening Sundayof 'I heard from is Billy Miles I zendorf. Sr. Thursday afternoon .4 ON DISPLAY
the weekend with her sister :Mr. and :Mrs. W. H. Graham had t I who was flown to Casablanca for Nov. 13, at 3:30 o'clock. 4 I *>
spent Ritch.
little Janice Marion 4
| I ja leg operation last;; Tuesday .. j i l S *
the wt'ekend11'
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Judge Ad- as guest: during at St. Mark's Episcopal church in See Circle 2 will meetVedn, > >
kins. I I and Mrs. D. A. Monteith and Miss i i Jacksonville.Mrs. 1 Peggy Caldwell! home from!! evening, o12 at 8 o'clock at 10 Beautiful Card
{ Ventura Calif to 29c *
attend sister) 3 I
Lois McCree of Eustis Joe Mon-
flew to Grand j the home of Mrs Herbert Green
Ed Dahmer returned
M. F. Brown
I If i! June's wedding on Nov. 15th .1.1I | It
teith of U. of F., and Mr. and 21 INCH
f Rapids, Mich. Thursday of last I ] home Monday after three week'svisit ) glad to hear Ted Johns is getting .4
week to attend the funeral of his.I Mrs.. D. C. Harper of Gainesville j with her mother, Mrs J. J. j along nicely after her operation in Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Sr will!
and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gill of'' : return 7.95 C
Dahmer. He then : home Saturday after six 3
brother Harry I Fitzgerald and sister, Mrs. W. H. :I St. Vincent's hospital and is ex- SPECIALDOLL

flew to Cadillac Mich. to visit Augusta, Ga. j I McXeer in Alexandria, Va. I pected home this weekend weeks' visit with her daughtei
mother-in-law, Mrs. Eva Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hardy ofj: I Mrs. Edward Schaw in Pittsburgh
his Miss
:Mrs.: Dwight Marshall and winning skates Mitchell's drug'' I
Mr. and Mrs. Denver R. Dev Jacksonville were Sunday guests ';, June Patel were in Gainesville on I store the past week were Lila Pa. and with her three | CARRIAGES 3.98 I .
the of Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Shaw I sisters in Philadelphia. They took' 1
children attended
rick and Monday.Van Rae Yawn, Bobby Smith, Leo Harris -
Mr and Mrs. J. A. Dankel and ] Mrs. Anderson on a trip to :New
Tarawa in !
showing of the U.S.S. Patel and daughters. Gunga : of Maxville and Lester Warren -
Mayport on Sunday. daughter. Mary, and Mrs. J. W'I i Mr. and the BUS York.
and June were visiting freshmen class ] FOOTBALLS %
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Dampier Furlong of Waycross, Ga. spent j jSunday Mrs. Donald Bennett in Jacksonville II is sponsoring a Hobo Convention "11'. and Mrs. W G. < ..lrtin :and\ 2Q OFF.i 11 1
with the :-:. S. Dankel Children Bob and
Linda of I'oit
and son, Kirby, of Jacksonvillewere I I I on Saturday. Saturday evening at the USO at C
Sunday guests of Mr. and family. I Mrs. Kf fie Jonns spent trom iiiea- 7:30 o'clock to raise money for;: St. Joe and Mrs Mary Lan> and i

Mrs. R. C. Dampier. Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart of day until Thursday with her nep- 'j Queen Candidate Sandra Johns ,, daughter, Mary Beth of Jacksonville | COWBOY

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mootv and Keystone Heights celebrated their hews. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter all guest will be in appropriate I will spend the weekend with OUTFITS 1.69

daughter Gerry were visiting first wedding anniversary on Sun1day near Lawtey. 1 costume Mrs.: Bertha Pearce. Mr*. (noel\\. 3 iI

Milton St. at a luncheon party at their On the I and children will remain with Mrs :
their cousins, the O. 0. Webb's daughter and also birthday calendar this '
Sunday I home after communion in the Melrose !< week we have Mike who Godwin's mother for the week a '} \
Peters, in Gainesville on W. C. Terrell and children Billy Begue JB-B I

and also visited the John O. Scotts Episcopal Church. Helping i i and Betty were visiting here over was 6 years old on Tuesday and I I Igi'e GUNS Daisy5.75 ,1\' \ )f.J r
the couple to celebrate the r t : .
of Jacksonville, who were in young the weekend.Mr a birthday party in his classroom : .I ;
occasion from Starke were: Mrs. Rivers and :Mrs.: Malone's Penny I oTln i: '10I>IM\IC

I Gainesville Mrs. \V A.for Starling homecoming of Jacksonville Stewart's mother. Mrs. M. H.I j' children and of Mrs.Auburndale W. S. attended I Hollingsworth's birthday is on the | In I'ltiriiln Clrriilt:. In Cinirl.< hinrrr llrliiUoril>. ('....nty 3 GUN AND '
Rev. Fred Yerkes. Mrs. Jlartn SETS 98c
spent last week with her Colley Home Coming in Gainesville and 8th Jerry CoIIey on the 6th Tom-1 .,- \ ilardi'' I'M" ,i i i : ; ,
\\ .
: i Jill'I''n ll.ilili-.r
I I : I I' t. -.I I
Elva Stewart, :Mrs. Laduex. and with Mr. and my Harley on the 3rd, Irma Jean': 1\'U\f,'ttr ..
daughter, Mrs. Maxie Carter i spent the weekend :lilt TI- \" 'M"'! .
Mrs. R. J. Davis and grandson, !. j Smith, Granville Jones and C. A !: N oiler T.. l|>fit'''r. tlt p? '.. I p.I
\ViO R. J. Andrews, a patient at Mrs. P. S. Crews. T.I Will- 'i, :
the Naval hospital Bethseda, Md. Larry Smith of Munson. j jMr. Mr.and Mrs. Edward Gross ofJa'ksom.m. Futch on the 4th, Pamela Faye; -,.-. !. !:t.,. i I';" "c.iiviiin.i\llo-i: //1.11011'Ci.i: "li'' aline',1 \.i'h I Come I n And H aye Fun ,' $;'.6" I ..
and' Mrs. I.. A. Davis had as,. .. guestsof j Lawson, Anice Filingim and Maude ,,, '.." 'iin.%. and tt hove addi.-- I,i-> ", .
Sunday I' .
Is home for two weeks with his i were ItrV M ." ', '
!' i ilar.lison: I'.nx >G u- .
weekend guests Ir) and Mrs. B. J. Lappe on the 6th Alma Hough .
family. I Mrs. Effie Johns. I on'I i Inia nwt.-ii. North t'aroiInaYou 11 r p.
Brown of IVFuniak Springs and 1' Mr. and Mrs R. R. Hutchingshad i the 8th J. M. Edawrds on the 3rd, are hereby notified that a : BIG ,
Mr and Mrs. Bob Yancey and Dr and Mrs.! Edgar;:: Myers of, I Green the lath and -uit for 4 AAAAAAAAAAAAAL .
as guest last week theirmother j I Judy on Lloyd l Pi ivi>r.'>i, i ii t".1v nf nun.? 4 $""
Mr and Mrs. C A. Yancey of:, Auburn Ala. I IMr I Mrs. J. H. Hooten of and Inez Green's 21st wedding anniversary i hilt ami ratitf:>tn>ii ..f -MII.Ir.itioti '

Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof and Mrs. Culla Coran spent'' Eu.stis. Mr. Hooten and daughter. on the 7th has been filed afci'1'1'against uirnt' you In the .I i3 44 VALUES COUNTER E

Mr and Mrs. Ned Yancey and, 5'und.lat. Jacksonville Beach andiMavpoit. ; Scheinder spent I Among those attending Gator above named Court and eLoise anJou \
Mrs. Henry
family.GRSOlinE"GOS5IP". 'II >' are required to serve a copy of TTTTTTTTTTTTTT
I Wednesday with the Hutchings.Mrs. i I I Growl last Friday night were: your answer or pleading tu the :i ON OUR ." \
!.Irs.. Leo Champion is spendingthis II Hooten returning home with Judy and Harry Green, Martin and j T-jilmni on the Plaintiffs ) I' .
I I ", '
MtnrniXaih II I
ItmiulilVn.h "
with her !
week in Ocala son Ruth Land and children Pearl Col- .
tht-m. ItuiWllIK'. ..1.1.'n'\ I!1' 4 I
I t and daughter-in-law: ?of-. and Mrs j Miss Peggie Caldwell and Mrs.l!i[ son, Lois and E. K Perryman, Janet -j K.ir.iia.md 4 U.I I I .

Don Champion and new baby son.i Ventura, Calif. arrived and Bobbie Turner Mamie '' : file, the original in the offic', e C
of 4
A. J. Dick of :ne rii-rk of the rT.'int, Comt! USE OUR LAY-AWAY
'By Next week Mrs. Al Hartmann will spend two weeks I Alice and Mike Anderson. Jimmy on ">r l before the 44 PLAN
Tuesday to I ... -
:' d lay .f I ft. III'I'! I I' '
snend the weekith the Cham- wll. and Frances Stewart Marjorie 591
and Mrs. J. G. Cald i 4 WHILE
with Mr
_ _
Lucille Alvarez Dot Hicks I IJAU
I pions. j Mrs. 1 B. E. Withrow of Odum, i Colley i $

:Mr. and Mrs. John Deas had a" Ga. has returned to her home Havana Johns, Katherine Colson, 4
I Saturday guests, Miss Marion after spending? several days with I Elaine Colson Bill and Alice Gra- The, gift that 4 4 THEY !

Flitch of Valdosta. Gn., James Mr and Mr.;. C. A. Knight and, ham and children Shorty Kelly SL1YS 4 4 KOCH DRUG STORE '

i Deas of Jennings and Mr. and Mrs. JamesiShepard. I Dot Alvarez, Dot Ross, Henry and It 1 1 love M 4 LAST'p.

Mr- W. II. Pa' >dy of Jackson: Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ann :Stefanelli: Robbie and Peggy yon 4 4 .
Montie'Hutchings Shaller. Jeanette Kincaid Gertrude -:, ,

f ville. R R. Hutchings and Mrs.were Doris Miss Sites of Beasley Lois Adkins. Ches- every' slniintg hour 3 Phone 53 Starke Fla. I C:

sie and Denver Devriek and chil-

--- Gainesville.Mr. Shepherd I dren Thelma and Monk Dinkins ." ..
and Mrs. C. C.
.. .ru"It's FRIGIDAIRE and daughter, Martha Jane of Lake Martha Yancey. Jacqueline Moorer z\ TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT I1Y1YY1'11Mills
E. Mural Gardner. Glen Duke. <
Mrs. J.
and Mr. -
the opinion of my colleagues City -
of.lafkonulle Arthur Louden, Ruby Collins G.
John E., Jr.
and son.
that your motor'smis.in with: J. and Lee :McGriff: Cecil and Dean

; !" FRIGIDAIREMade spent Sunday Sewell, Gail Diane Carolyn and
and Mrs. C. A. Knight. ( ?
I ._., ,_____ Mr Jimmie Ritch and Lucille Edwards E. W. and Ruby Food Market
: only by General Mr and Mrs
Hayes, Carolyn Redgrave, Wayne "
Nothing/ 1 is missing/ In our effortto I :Motors Corp. All other little daughter. Pamela are visiting "
Ki; .ney, Charlie and Garnita Park- t-'j '
give your car the kind of 1 Electric Refrigerators are m Miami this week. a $150
'er. God-
and John
Lucille Henry
aeri It-o )'ou',... a right to e\- made by other companiesand Jack Abel is returning to Starke! win. 4 d.omedsIn"..
in _
from 'e I '
Iwct. cannot the word this 401 Call Street
use Ventnor N. J.. to spend the win- Attending tne U. of F game Darby Building
Fri idaire. Saturday afternoon: James and
Sgt. Rodney Hall of Ft. Ben- Gladys Hobbs, Harold Hazelwood. Plenty Free Parking We Deliver

i i Want{ .1 GClluillcFRIGIDAIRE 1 ning, Ga. spent last weekend in I Ovid and Davey Lewis, Frazier,

with his parents Mr. and I Shaw, Geraldine Bennett, Bob and,,
Theresa .
? ? Louise Kite Marion and Tommy| : = -
Clyde I .
I Mrs I
Sales & ServiceIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI Arthur Louden :and twodau"htl'rs I hitch Ernestine and S. G. Denmark -
I 1 returned home Tuesday Marion and Gene Long La-

from Marion, Ala. where they I I Mar Currie, Dot and I Bill Epper- GIVE HER A
Kaiser Frazer HenryJDEALERSHIP H. SMITHTenth W'I''lsltm Mrs. Loudt-n's moth- 1 son Arlen and :Mary Sue Gay. Joe Chuck Roast Lb.39C

el Mrs. N. W. Thames, who re- j Andrews Nina Bishop. G. J. McGriif. Iin7iie

and Temple Ave. rntly underwent an operation. !I I Sr.Iac: McGriff. Johnnie Jp

Temple Ave. Ph. 32 Starke, Fla.THEATRE. Mr and Mrs. Clarence Lad l of j l Bennett Doyle Conner, J. M and

spending I Carolyn Edwards. E. "'. and Ruby
I! .. Alpine. N C. are
"it.u l
.r' nil days with :Mr.: and Mrs L. Haje-, Jimmy Hazel and Fiank-1 1 : s "" .....-= -._,--- -. _... -= --

1m Rtt''h. Charlie I'ark.i I ivarl

\ Mr Da v and i 1.1. Mrs. Crosby 11. Dawkins Colson Manila and Jinrni'1: Moore,, DIAMOND WATCH Loretta Reg 603 Can

(t ijtiksonville spent the weekend Lois and! E K P"trymui. ('"ml'l TUN A I 19C

II ; II .: Mr. and Mrs W. H. Xollman Penyman Janet and Bobbi.' Tur.r".L. Few gulls are more l"t'ilin;.:

STARKE returned from an eX- .. at Christmas than an
iin t ently ._ .. ,, .
'''' '" ..
'.-1111. II business and pleasure trip ELGIN WATCH ....". __ ___ ..... U"S
Dedicated To Community Service :.tough the West. The Xollman.-

"Mo\les Are Better Than E\er" also pent a month at their summer m mK[ Fur an ELGIN(;( i is a deep f Lb

'a home in Asheville, N. C. .. P' T M E .. personal expression of your S SMORED S SAUSAGE E 19C
IF YUJ FIND YOt'R X.VMK (COXCKALEI IN Tilt; BLAXDIXGDKIVK Mr and Mrs. Frank Ilerlong : STARKE FLA. admiration for the person.

; IX OR n..OIUU.TIIKTla; ADS CUT; .\l) OrTXU PRESENT Jacksonville have recently nOwd) you to plea! :>l'. And
; IT TO BOX OFFICE FOR FREE TICKETSSat. to Starke to make their home wit; Fri.. Sat. No7., Sill Lou need only stance at 4 ___ __= ''"'''' _
Dr. M. B. Herlong. (; DOUHLE) FEATURE
., Nov S ONLY Tues. Wed. Nov 11, 12: Mrs. Carrie Adams is spendingthis : BEAUTIFUL BUT these E'U\S;( to kmm
UK; DonsLE FEATURE Perry with her son that here is beauty beyond
week in
I "Mangano is xxxler than daughter-in-law. Dr. and Mrs, BROKE measure l Beauty that I 1/_) Gal

both Mae West and Jan and cannot help hut command Pure Lard
Mark Adams. With han D.ms 3Wis
I ;
Russell. Witness the
spell Gak'
.goUBLE :Mrs. E. D. White of Griffin. ___ .VXD attention.
binding 'BITTER RICE' and visiting Mrs. W. F. Godwin.Mr .

I see what we mean." and :Mrs: P. M. Barefoot COW TOWN The

9 -WALTER WINCHai/ N. 1 Mirror Miss Sara Barefoot and Becky and:1 ELGIN WATCH

QvsA I i I tr< -. .
Margaret Ann Phillips spent With Gene AntryPlus I By Tradition \merica'* "II!>J =

I flI weekend in St. Petersburg. Th % Chapter 4 Seriallso Oldest and FineM.

I! \' e'I \brnight F anises Parker home with and Mrs.them11"KanrdWhallen i i Cartoon The BEE EF F STEN S E et Lb l1C/

--- AN I a) I .Ol'k who are spending th, Sun.The. Man.Treasure- \1)t.Of!t. 10 ELGIN A TCH

v- GIEASONt Mis. W. M. Wimberly of Mulberry By? Traditionccurate

'ce. spent the first of the 'veeli); LOST CANYONWith Performance at t'\ t'r> Price ---- -

Mrs A. F. Saul WI 1.1.1.\ POWKLL level From
It with her sister
ob ;;
/ : and Mr. Sauls. AUo Cannon and! NeusTues. $33.75 to 295.00 LbFRIDAY.

J Not ihlc.'ummc.'ndl'd for Juniors i'I I the Mr weekend and Mrs.in J.Gainesville H. Patch spn will!i .. Nov. 11 ONLYSSSOCCO FRESH F PORK LIVER 19C

1'111" "n .h P.otilrne." Cartoon J Visit
) SI Sec
I their son and daughter-in-law. MrI t on --
and l-itt-M \\ oriel :N.-\\sED. j
I and Mrs. Hamilton Patch and at TheseBeautiful ,
Also "Plain -- -
fiMfj CarttM.n and I tended the Gator Growl and homecoming \\ ith Ilumphrej I llosrart, Marts

Chapter 4 Serial SIMPSON I WatchesOr
game. Toren and her t'ohliPlus

Miss Louise Stern and Mrs. JO Cartoon and I-iU-M :NewsWed.
COL. H. See Our
Thur.. Fri Nov. 13: It t Hill Williams of Lake: Butler at- -- -- -- -

sun., Mon. Nov. !9). 10Technicolor JN tended a convention of the FloridaState .. Thur. Nov. 12. L'5ir : Window Display Bananas 3Lbsl9

PlERANGEllJHE 1 j Music Teacher's Association; <; DOUHLE FEATURE
; --
.C/lIB13lPf/N. \ d 1 in Miami on Oct. 26. 27. T'-p: I aht Touch

dM Mr and :Mrs. Bill Brinson aiK
With Meuart <;ran i-r and Tier Ed Simpson

(.:.,. E XCITEh Eh t 1 DEVILMAKESTHREE Mr and Mrs. James Reddish spewthr : 1n eli ,

wt't.'kcnith Roy Turner anc ,_=r
Cin., attended the Gator Growl an Gem Jewelry

.rnen A +r homecoming game in Gainesvillo. f'.l CSE Lb

w lJnlllJlIlil'lu. 1 ;Dale Van Sickel of Los Angela ., Starke's Oldest Jeweler! BOLOGNA 29c P'POTATOES Lb

.. "Smitten Kitten Cartoon Plus "inish Button Kitty" Cartoon, Calif who flew to Gainesville fo' : \ and Seaboard I 5 19C
r.r fnUNT Railway
and Latest World N'ews and -Hiojcle Thrills" Short Homecoming festivities, visit ed I

his mother-in-law. Mrs W. J. Epp Watch Inspector ;w
With ..T"hnnWeismuller
1] erson, Sr., last Friday. i
Vso i.-MMorld News ; _
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VTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTiFARMER'S' ear corn before him all the time. again we are late in getting it TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Hall i is getting along fine after an !Jo'-i.i.p! anti address!: i> : :J09tt PopnI ibov named Court and iaio ,
.- \\". nu'. N.-W Yurk. New York >. are requr.ii. to serve ..
: 'j As he is a raw-boned critter it is done. operation at Glendale hospitallast You .tic h..r.n..tif.t'd, that a \'our answer on pleading
almost impossible to fatten him, t GRAHAM week. Sada is the daughter suit (IIr' ;,'oinplamt on the l 1':,
Attorney H. Doiuz1sn.h
but we think that he now is aboutas Some doggone worms are chew of Mr and Mrs. Guy Hall of Cocoa been !fd..1,! "ijr.un'-t vi.u u- thealcove I I tk

fat as he is going to get.We're ing the sod in our house pas b Mrs. Bonnie and granddaughter of Rev. and named. i''''n t and .imiDU KlorM.i!
D I ARyl J up : > MchinueyAAAA } ar- r. yuir.-d| t.> >-er\f a copy "fyour ,i ml file th. cr.
U. Mrs W. E. Hall. .
I. .
.. ,
and looks they .inw"n pleading to th' t r| rk
ture as though ) .
t i .
I getting some good sweet AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMr Mrs Sue Myrick. Mrs B. M. < 'Itq'Lunt i -he r In f> r.fV't '
it. We understand \'I..1t'Y.< T Frank Utndrumt I .a: t" ,
Sam McGarvey are ruining ,
1! potatoes now. One hill actually and Mis. Leslie Jones of McRae and Mrs. Robert Myrick: >: .u U.! .. l-'l"r..l.i< I I.t'ui ,..:h.'I'\\ :-.. .
I that chlordane will kill them, but made business to Jackson 1 1 fair 'hi "r,g.'tal." ,in the ..ff'. .'f ..pl:... 'I' v ,.
The author will be glad to receive contained 16 potatoes and all buta and Dunelion are guests of his par i a trip 'n. ""Irk..f th.. I'lnuit Culllt "" ', :.\ "\ "t.Th .
is how to it '
problem apply ..
items of Interest concerning I ents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones. ville Tuesday. i :' I'rf.Tf the : I''n..t' '
the activities of farmers in couple of them were of eating how to keep the stock away. 'I Shf'r-I :J4: il,iv ..f \ .\l1l..r \:- :2.: : ., foa'h, "
f I Ehz Griffis and Kenneth Star We are glad to know that ,. .1\' u \h- >: I
size. Of know .1'--- TI-| a'cnrL.I! ; "f 'I ,1 Ii
course we nothing
Bradford County. Suggestions may ling are on the sick list this man Crosby is back home again I, "'I'Ur'Iai'' ( I... takt-ii .,- c",nf, -, i i graph, .
a I set the broccoli: (I'll id t tL! ': ,1 I..y "f tktOFFICI.ti.
As soon as we r -
be left at the office about sweet 'taters and, for all we t.1 I l.\ y.tu. j
Telegraph or < week. after spending several months in I >F..\I.) A. J
and cabbage plants out, Alice got I. This notice snail qe publishedonce "I'k 1 "f 'he ,I'T.
J mailed to Sam
McGaney Lawtey,
know getting 16 from one hill may! and St. Luke's hospital in Jack on"i1e.; each week ,* .. .
i an old burlap sack and some 5 percent Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Farber for four consecutive I \ MM 1 .n i. t't ii-i>v, r>"[
weeks In the Bradford
County 1"' .s 1
be nothing at all. ,i DDT mixed and dusted the son Garwere:! guests of Mr. and : Birthday graph.

_yy'f'f'f'f'f'f'f'f'f'f'f'f'f'f'f'f.___________________._. _. _. _. _. TTTTTTTTTTYYTTTTTTTTTYY9. . . . . . I! plants. And for the first time Mrs. Alex T. Shelp Sunday. !I It was an enjoyable day at the I'.uedthi! + :_ das .'f tktbr.I4': ..' .

Well, Sam has really been bitten I ful of fertilizer and covered the Alice has baked her first sweet >' since we've been here we have r.ot Cpl. Otis McKinney and familyof home of Mrs. Alma Starling Sunday I lOFKUMAl.I.Clerk of. .1.1 the I ir.-ut A j rtu.uut-.',..nrtltr I WANTED TO BUY

hole. We'll observe what potato pie and we are all \1.1'1.\11: I., Crosby, 11"j'It CI..rk
happensto wailing the of I
by the strawberry bug.-He enjoys lost plants to cutworms. Fort Benning. Ga. spent i celebrating the birthdays'I U ::4: 4t 11 14
those plants and be guided. dinner time eagerly to get our ] I weekend with his parents Mr. and .
working in the patch, and ; three of her children, Mrs. Lucia I '
i >OTI K .0 \.an PULPWOOD\
first taste of it. |
Funny how I
your Another benefit from dusting Mrs. John McKinney also Mr. :
even after spending the whole day Thomas Warren Starling and :\trsj fin-nit ( nort. Bradford 4'ouatrI'lorida .
there he will sneak over there Our big problem in trying to tastes change. When we first those plants is that the dust dis and Mrs. V. L. McKinney of Pa- : : In ('baer-rr,.

after chores and fuss around the raise a little of a lot of different I came here we didn't like okra I courages the rabbits from eating.We .. latka.A i Elitha Mae Nettles All of Mrs. Aii.rrt.i*.... KiKlii.k.:l.n'kn t' ,irmli"I'.irrn'.l ri.iint.tt! !, Plaintiff, I TIMBER

is to minimize very much but now we are crazy know have rabbits in that I I Starlings children were present t'.1.-t- X,'. )
plants until it is too dark to see. things the amountof i |I we large crowd from here attended I >otlr* To .%
Using the strawberry cultivator hand labor involved. Up to about it, especially when it is ( field for we have seen signs of I the Hallowe'en carnival at except Bill who is stationed at T"'r..lr". rpmr.k t't t:1.:1 whose r.i IH.I! CONTACT
Rucker. Ala. Other ,!"tu in.I: .tddr.'t I N' ','3 \\.vt ,
Camp guests
wheel worked the this time we have always hand young. ; them in the berry patch. Guess .
( hoe) we edgesof Hampton school Saturday night. Kl-t; MM.. !t. .'1;. w Y'.rk '>'it". .N.;_\vY"rr
S were Mrs. Sherley Crosby and boy C. Whitehead
the beds, the tops of, the'beds raked a bed before we planted we'll have to get a head light and Pvt. Morris Starling of Fort I ;
Although we won't get very !II of Palatka, W. M. Addison of Y .i 'u' Iwr..l.uflo.,1!'>. th,it .\
and then the middles. Result is mustard (or any fine seed), but I go shoot some at night. I Jackson S. C. was home this 'u'r 'I'
many more we are still pickinggreen I Starke Mrs. Viola Griffis and )I'i, ,, '. ,, Lawt\, Fla.ALVAREZ' .
that .the patch has dried off fairly this time when we had the bed weekend visiting his parents Mr. \ d : i fir I i. .f
I Lake Butler and MrsStarling's i ,!t. I
well and almost all the plants are made by tractor, we rigged up a beans wax beans, and bush I Had a pleasant visit from some and Mrs. Harley Starling. daughter : ,,- I \ ,
to rake which here Kentucky Wonders. By the way, knew North. They mother and stepfatherMr. I
now growing. What we have large we found I folks we up
Mr. and Mrs. .'
Perry Starling
do now is hoe again so as to I on our farm on the cultivator we had a mess of the Kentucky both remarked on how well we I visited Mrs. aunt Mrs. and Mrs. W. L. Johnson. ) 0\1 'll'n' ('lothingEstablished
Wonders for the first time and I Starling's ty nine guests enjoyed the I STORE
frame of rather surprised 1
loosen up the soil all over the our tractor and simply looked, and we were Babe Hines of Bell who is seriously 1 IsI!
which for this K I.
was spread < (
beds and up as close as possibleto raked the bed by tractor. It now we know why folks like them I to hear it. for to tell the ill. '

the plants. worked fine and saved a lot of so much. They are much meatier :i truth we are too busy most of the I Ed Parrish made a tour to Miami I sion, r

tedious work. When we had the than other varieties it seems. time to worry about it. But anyhow
I this past week. Also Phil
sHad 'nTH': TO .u'.I.a nI
rTook the few remaining beds ready of I know that we are better
up we planted a row we Maitinau. Both have returned I In rtrrult ('ourt. llrnilforii (Count*.
plants in the bed we bought and mustard and a row of turnips in our first touch of frost ; off living in Florida. home and report a nice visit.; I i I'lnrlilnt In l'hnncery.I'harl's X ?
F Srhiader. Sr I'luni!
set them out to replace plants a rather deep furrow, for we may this past week. Alice was wore' :Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Surrency I"". 'un"luh OJ l i. SihrirtiT; )ivf.-i: i
which had died or were puny. But be wrong but we think that we tied about the possibility as she I Sam's practically having a holiday the weekend with Mr. and I ant. ,'a.-.' No..; 94 with personalized attention, complete
spent 'Xotlof To .\pprnr' dependable fire insurance protection..,
in the entire patch of 12,000 plantswe are heading into a dry period of has some tomato plants in the : from milking these days. Not i Mrs. Leon Wynn and Mr and I T.: ("ivist.inrv Q t'hr.i.r, wh"iviilf '. in dividends. I/ /
which she babied '" and! address is: replaced only about 200 so weather. garden long ago, he was milking two cows I I in '
alOng'j' '-Ir!'. Joh'n Surren(' '. \'h'W Ko.u1: 1'l.trk: T'"w ns hip. ;Nrt /
we consider that we got a good but we did not cover them daily and that on top of other i JerseyYou .

stand from our original setting. Also planted a row of rutabagas was pretty cold in the nyrning. regular work was quite a job. But Jacksonville I' suit for are hereby notified that a CONNER & GAY
Now we have the best stand of and we plan to thin them and there was just a tiny patch of' now with Daisy taking care of Sunday. I Divorcehas SEE US fOR 1M[

berries that we have ever had, and out and reset the extra plants. frost in the yard, but there was no j her calf Petal and Joy being Surieiu'.v '' l been named filed Court against and you cause!h and th'ah'n'e INSURANCE AdEXCYINi ( : KSWELTO YOUR

we have a couple of hundred of We did this last year, and it damage. Since then we have had' nursed once a day by Happy, Sam TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfPINE >"-i are required to serve a copy ..f .INSUKAJK KtttS

runner plants to replace those worked fine. And make believe beautiful, warm sunny days. j ii only has to milk Joy once a day I i I \complaint ur answer on the or Plaintiffs pVadins to the N. Court Phone 2S3;

which do not grow well. that rutabagas green tops and i and that is a relief. However, I LEVEL 'I' ,V'torney. T. Frank Ixindrum
Starke.\ Florida
roots cooked together with a pieceof Daisy has not been giving much I we'll sell Happy soon and then a:,d : file the original in the office

While working the berries we pork, aren't a fine dish milk, and she has been getting there'll be milking morning and II I nf the Clerk of the Circuit Court
h :Mrs. II. on or before the
were Amazed to find a few blos very fat so we decided to "turn I: night again. It's not that milking I I i otherwise 17 day the IIf allegation November, 19'!of.:!;said -A p ;Vl&wlt& wt1rvili M t

soms. We had no idea that they At last we got some beds in is such a hard job, but at the end Complaint will be taken all confessed
her and make |
'' a nurse cow !
would appear as early as this, the field ready and set out the of a long day it is tiresome. I We are glad to have our pas. :: by you. : :!
out of her We expect to feed her This: notice shall 'Je publisher
and we are delighted to find them, few cabbage plants we managedto I tor. Rev. W. E. Hall back with I once each week for four conse.-um.

for what we want is not a 'com- raise despite the wet weather after the grass is gone (or very | There are a lot of changes going I us in church Sunday after spending weeks graph. in the Bradford -.wllty Tel. G) DUCHESS VENI-PUX,. .VENETIAN BUND I :

mercial crop maturing all at once recently. Quite a few of the scarce) but until then she will ] on along the Highway near us. I several days in the hospitalin Iiated thus 15 day October. 1 l'I'' ,-' .

(or in a short time) but rather a plants had started to head and it I have to rustle for her feed. j \Ve are following with intereest Palatka recovering from_a cold. (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of the) A Circuit J. fn"t' ''nrtIy '.'-

smaller production stretched out will be interesting to see what I the re-birth of the old Doctor Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner and i Marian L. Crosby Deputy ''I--I I .
I 1' it 1 1nTH'I' Exciting new
over the longest time, so that we happens to them. Now we haveto Big week coming up for us. Brown farm which is just northof daughter Yvonne were recent dinner I developmentMade

have some to sell on our Road sow some more seed so that we Not only do we pin to butcher the Lawtey. We understand that guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fra- : TO %I'PI\U:

side :Market steadily. Anyhow, if can get a few succession crops ,of steer but we intend to butcher Mr. Reddish has bought it, and we I zier Shaw. In F'nrldlll Circuit In Court
the weather permits, we should) cabbage on the way. hogs as well. Blondie and Knot- get a kick out of watching as we Cabott Fouts and Miss Carrie Helen It .;Nelsnn. Plaintiff: .. \ l 1'n i
I Arthur Nel.son; -fi'nil.iM' I
have our first ripe berries a lot head ought to supply us with some I see the work of clearing the land I Mundy of the U of F were recent ('.l-C \"I. .'f'I ', Translucent! but not
sooner than we ever have had be- At the same time we set out good bacon and hams as well 05 progress. That big AllisChalmerstractor guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. otlce Ki.inkrllun To .\pprftr.T" N.J 1 .n wh transparent

fore.' two" long rows of broccoli in left a lot of good homemade sausage: i j really does a good job of I' Lewis. t

field. Set the plants three feet My oh my, what good eating we I! cutting up the land.. I Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Crosby and Filters and diffuses light

We put 500 lbs of 4715| fertilizer apart in the row, and as we actually should have. I I t daughter Glenda of Sunny Brook 1

into the berry beds when we made measured the distance and I, I I It seems to us that we work were dinner guests of Mr. and FOR SALE r Easier to clean

them up, and we are planning to used only good strong plants, the Our hens are not laying enough hard, and we do get some things I Mrs. B. M. McRae and family .

fertilize again soon. We plan to rows look good. We plan to fer eggs to pay for their feed. We done but everywhere we look we !' Sunday. Other guests were Mr. Never needs refimshmg,

fertilizer each plant individually, tilize the plants individually, and hope that they will get over their see things just crying for attention. -'I and Mrs. Neal Clemmens and son Frazee HouseAnd j

but were surprised to read that really pour the fertilizer to them, moulting soon and start to lay One thing is sure, and that I lof Waldo Mrs. Sue Myrick of Vacant Lot Guaranteed against rust,
plants do not want a concentration a* broccoli is a heavy feeder. again as we have a good demand is that Alice deserves a lot of I Lake Geneva. Mr. and Mrs. ,
of fertilizer but. rather haveit i out for fresh for our still being here,
Think that we have the plants eggs. credit A, F. Hall and children of Jacksonville not bend sag or
spread out in the soil. Well, we early enough so that they will be I for a farm wife has a tough job. I and Mr. and Mrs Robert FIRST BAPTIST CIirUCH crack

don't believe it, so we've tried an strong before we get a freeze. Had a bmin's"hit this week And while we are thinking of I

experiment. We selected some from Russell Redding who came \1\ Alice we get a kick out of remembering -I Myrick.Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Owens accompanied BEST OFFER OVER Choice of nine colon at

plants at random, punched holesin Locked up Butch the red steerwe to sign us up on Soil Conservation what one person said on their son 1-2c Robert Look for the Duchess no extra cost

the soil about 4" away from the I are going to butcher, in the Practices program Told him w.e meeting her. He said: "I didn't Owen to Mobile. Ala. last Satur- $5,500.00T.liES Seal It' fOUl Guarantee

plant poured in about a teaspoonII :I barnyard and keep a supply o: intended to planlupine\ but oncet figure you to be so tall. I i day. They returned home Sunday ot Quality Distinction,

thought were a little old low I fOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL
afternoon. Robert will go on IT
down woman!" I Washington by plane.

I j }Ir. and Mrs Vernie Thornton GASSETT EXCHANGE STORE
Pvt. F. E. :i \\'('re'isilin Vermrs' parents
, At Ft. Belvoir Va. Mrs Section Carl Thornton Sunday. in Vanderbilt Starke Florida Phone :w;-W Slarkc. I"la.Mistakes .

Pvt Francis Eugene Meade 01, I We are glad to hear that Mist; .

Hampton enlisted in the Armv or

I, April 10 in Bnmswick. Ga when

he has been making his hoi P will

his uncle and aunt Mr and! Mrs' !
Woodrow months. Hicks, for the past:; II a

He took his physical fxammai .

i i lion at Columbus. Ga and iron-

I i I there went to Ft. Jackson S ri

i where he was issued clothing eh<

transferred from there t trI '
He was au but
j belate Y
I I Ft. Belvoir. Va. where he enters 1 i Chevrolet\ ad yantageS

school for engineers training. these e'l.t\us\ve\ \
': I Pd.fpalp graduated fron' k ourtesand\ e\ .,
I .thet Oese ,
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Come In .. \ YOU -" ,
Bradford High School in the clan L pea
I toe ,
I 6f 1950. I 'f aU Get )'our ,.. .
e more "
Sur @ X" >!
a He sends his best regards t, Be See how much nd hoW P.:/ >.i>. ? 'A p';; ;f%
in Eradfor't' take )'ou'. a :<.::::::< 'N.j{. ( ,.. '
friends .
his many Chevrolet. 1. ; 'X : .::: .
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County and would appreciate hearing s no get I\ce $ .:.,! :: ::: : : .:.
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I Today be you 'w<: ;< .N. .
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t to less I ,1 $ ,, '.
,! wan muchmetall' \; J .:::W :' ..
from them HH address i ifPvt ; ou vour for the : if::: .<.. : ,
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Yes Sir-for the clean, steady convenient heat rtlJ L If,: i

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)'ou\'c been looking for the kind that assures : I. i-- -

you suits comfort on the coldest days. call and }FEVERroME i.a

Clean-Burning let us fill your tank \\ith STANDARD BURNER; OIL. SING-LY. iGt.

o Odorless Standard Burner Ofl in your furnace or circulating nor can you tell what kind of ,, -

trouble come next.

0 700% Distilled heater gives you healthful uniform, odorless .,You. may.have plenty of-fire A St, e. D. Iw / ;

economical heat. It's 100% distilled, and burns Insurance on your house but that ." 'M ""...'"' I tor ".
0 HeatPackedEconomics ,..,
of '.r" I
'does' the loss if ; uG 'I
completely without waste. Won't cake in the bottom not cover your
e automobile bums up. Automobile I

of your burner, or stop up flues. i insurance-protects Power Safety Plate uia>> ;,!ll I Ii
you suits WHAT YOU GAIN More Powerful Valve-in-Head Engine poise
against damage arising SEE
Phone us your requirements for clean, all-heat f from injuries other people, but i: with powcrglide Automatic Transmis- around with E-Z-Eye plate glass opt

STANDARD; BURNER; OIL. Prompt deliveries by .if does* not pay the bills for the I WITH THESE _EXCLUSIVE sion (optional on De Luxe models at tional at extra cost) Largest: Brakes in

suffer in the b Fisher CenterUs! field unitized: Kna-: wt-on: Ride.
trained injuries j you nay CHEVROLET FEATURES extra cost) > >
courteous men. 'tanvTaccidenti I:,

TWhY not come" 'In and let us 1 I,
'" WHAT 0 e 0 ,
fo'over your insurance program SEE

K. G. DUNCAN, AGENT .wuh"you}ftThis:! agency is fully YOU vTC3DELwestrrIcd !

1 prepared to""give expert advice

1 "on the subject, V* .".

Phone 85 H. C. Wall AgencConstant ), \ CHEVROLET COo

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T'> Iff lie .A Ji>hn,.nn. whose res.drR. .I- l"b<, X", 40l otherwise
'YYTYYYVYYTYTYTYTYYYTYYTY through the grade school teachers Starke Dry Cleaners and addre-s I i- I(l'lih.n\\ Notice 'I u _\pp nr. the allegation said C raph. .
Complaint daot I
I will be taken a* confessed l)at>-<1 th- J: IFF1CIAL
I in order to distribute out-grown You arthrrc hy H"uf.i that a :, T,1: Clifford, B Ji.ni>, whose residence b>' you \t' SEAL A I
Pleased With Results suit for 1 and address I is
N : 1500 Block
Clerk the "Ir
f ot uu .tK
collected to This notice shall be I
BRADFORDHIGH clothes, they have 1 Imorce I p Vest lir.1l'l' Street, Hichm, 'd, \u- publishedonce .' ,' .,.
some who do not have enough for I Of New Process has been filed against you in the Einul. ra< h week for four consecutive I| H ,M.uan L ro! by. 1'1' It
itt>u\B tiapurd Court and cause and' !'tCoway's 4I
You i weeks in the Bradford Tele- '
are hereby notified that County
the cold, winter months ahead 9 E ,! iou. are required to serve, a copy of suit for a
P while the ..our answer on pleading to the
The Telegraph spent a Divorce
Th* Student Council is gettingthis and est idtioii of
complaint on the
under with Jim- other day interviewing Junius and I Attorney, T. Frank Landrum Plalntlff'a1,, maiden name ;I
project ,
has been filed against in the
r LIGHTS mie Moncrief and Kenneth Con- W 1 I Virginia Smith at the Starke Dry :and:-:file tar kt'the. Florida.original In the office of|above named Court and you cause and ;I Service StationAMOCO

G. Cleaners & Laundry on East Ca.Ij : you are required to serve a copy tit
& the CItrk of the Ouuit Court
heads If have on
way as you any your answer or pleading the
I to
M all the recent ac-1 i before the
j i St. in regard to or GAS AND OIL
complaint PlaintiffsAttorney
By Brenda BradfordAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA out-grown clothes, you can be sure SOur at their 21 day of November 195.;;!; on i I :
plant. ii
will be well appreciated if H I tivity i'otherwise\ the allegation of said! Zath 11. Douglas. 5n5Lynch :;
i It seems they have made ex. Complaint will be taken all eonfebt1 -' Building Jacksonville, ., !II
donated to this cause !I i tensive changes in their dry clean 1 1 ed by >ouI Florida |I, Washing Greasing Tires, Tubes & Batteries
I I I This notice shall be published and file the original in the office '
M regular ag meeting was ing department with the aid of oiur each week for four consecutive of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

Very few of you realize the tremendous Incidentally it is the Student called to order Thursday night at I Harry Mitchell, a Sanitone engi.( weeks. in the Bradford County Telegraph or before the PHONE 117 FOR SERVICE

job the Student Councilhas Council who's responsible for this 7:30 o'clock. We enjoyed a speechfrom I veer representing Emery Industries luted this 12: day of Oitober 1952! otherwise 1 danf the DI'I'l'ml'r. 1"52: .
I allegations of maid
and the wonderful way they our School Superintendent of Cincinnati. Ohio. All of OFFICIAL( SEAL> A. J. Thomas .
column They felt you folks I .Complaint( will b taken as nn- Florida Greyhound Busses
I'l'>-rk of the c'Iceu it Courtl1
are tackling that Job. Since they Mr. Morgan who talked largely on this had to do with the installa- fessed byu..
Mut.tn 1. .
: Ciimb I> (
ought to know more about B. H. S. epim This notice shall le
are one of the most important so they chose "Yours Truly" to do leadership. i I'' tion of a new dry cleaning pro. ID :24 4t 'I..rk'i., I'ach"l'l'k for four publishedonce consecutive SPEED SAFETY COMFORT ECOXOMLKAK \

highlights at B. H. S. I'm goingto Last Thursday was our shopj I cess developed by Emery and dis onCE I; weeks in the Bradford Count i
that job. To keep me informed of 1'0J'I..a It Telegraph.
devote this column to credit day. We replaced some broken tributed to dry cleaners through. In Circuit ('uurl. llradford County,
their activities they also saw to I under'i' Florida: In Chnnrrry.Pete Dated this :.10 day of O tuber, 1952:! : \ TO FLY the easy iray. Pay as you
and Canada
window and are planning tc out the U. S. '
them for their work. I panes :Nohrsteilt, 1'laintiff, > > l'or M it that I get to take part in their extend our remodeling by replac : the name of Sanitone. | NohrMeilt Defendant Clerk of the Circuit Court learn Phone 147

: ,... t I'P-y Marian L. (Crosbv, Deputy Clerk -
i meetings some porch columns and paint.;, Emery manufactures, among 'a X". !iUo'
The Student Council has calmed I ing Notice In 4pnrar.Tn : 10:1:: 4i 11.1NOTICK 1
I other things, finishing oils for I' .
M : Dor.thy XohrMedt, whns'residen. : -
the hazardous traffic problem by ,
ing.After textiles and products that have .' :and .tdilre-. i. '-nkn.\\t .
meeting we enjoyed a '
declaring that one stairway A committee from the Senior! ag You are hereby notified tt. TO \l'rK\ 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTtTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTNOTICE
short game of softball. been used in the dry cleaning industry ;, ,suit forhtvurre t a In Circuit Court, Bradford C..u.tr
for UP and the Class made a list of the Privileges i
would be used
Florida In
I felt had earned Forty members were present.and .i[, for the last 50 years. Whert ITonins' H.lIu"a'Ianllif,hancrry \ PLANNING TO MOVE?
other for DOWN and enforcingthe they they I has been filed against you in the | .
discovered and San.
we also had a visitor, Mr G i I. they patented above named Court Elena li.! liukas! I'. f'lIdant.
rule The plan has been during their 12 years in itone they decided to license its and cause and i 'avr N'Notice '.
C. Norman state director of On. ;you are required to serve a copy of '
Part of this list was SChOO1.1 your answer or pleading to the Tn sppenr. .' ... 1 Let us do the job for you com
to on a ,
very Affective 1M 1 the-Farm Training in Vocational! ] use quality-minded plants :i ii T" I HI.) 'na Bu: liuk.i)". whose r .
the Student Council and I complaint on the PUintiWs dens. .. and ,...t.II'I' plete. \\ e operate local 1 and long
I Agriculture. i selective basis, usually only one tc Attorney. :0111:, II Evan Jr. 1(1: : Frikno t( ''F.rr.Al.VOO 'SON'f. : }

Since one of the aims of the Mr. Partin Tlje results have j!| __ I a city The Smiths were fortunate law Kxi'hiiiiRi HldK J.uk'.in-i.! suit You for are hl'l.In.tifi..d. tb..it a t: ;'y..... eEale. ; distance anywhere. in I'. S.
Ml If
Council is to expand, B. H. S. has gone into effect and B. H. S. has J way Robert Manning, Norma'!I I to be chosen only because they and file the Florida original I in the office of :!I' Divorce .,...... .t

a pretty proud of Seniors Gonzales and Aliese '1'measured up to the standards set i the Clork of the 'inuit Court on''Nan] been filed against yell In "
been doing its job The Expansion group ; or before the above; named Court and vans. ,i'id Phone 311 or 250-J J

Committee has written to *** They took part in discussion by Emery. ;( |otherwise the allegations of said.. ;you a-e required| to .-.r t..t, ri'p'| 'ri
After extensive tests for the < vn'ir .iri 1'1,1. id'ng t.
WIIt..kl'n\ conft
all the high schools in the county Since along with privileges gci groups and attended assembly! i ed as sr- '."Oil ""L I,"I,tM 'I. I'I',t. "
you.This .. "
state Excellent
past six weeks Mr. Smith ., I Storage Facilities
\ \ 1'"h' 10,1 -
and asked for a hearing. The committee responsibilities a Senior Court has'been i| They also learned ways to improve that their is ; notice shall h.. published -. ,1",,1.I M". i. _
plant now positior -
in i ii once 1'11.1"11't'.k for four conseciimr
work- set A judge a prosecutor, our Student Council and how And f 1 i. i I' .
plans to Explain the I up. i to offer his service for dry cleaning weeks in the Undford County Tele- ; ,
i 1. '
tl. t
to show film for that a clerk and seven jurymen were I fellow groups in 14 other states ] graph.l'at.d. I T-H.
a purpose. I j for all kinds of articles. tin21st d.ty of Hi t..l.r t" i"" irj'. R. B. ALVAREZ

ings of the Student Council and chosen, from the Senior Class are carrying their work . While in the plant the Tel1 [ 1G! :!. : ,I." "

I: Their job is to reprimand these j!] The highlight of their weekend:'' graph learned something about' (OFFIClI.EA1.Clerk' ot .the) A Circuit. J. Thomas Court, .Agents for richer l>'ros.

students who break in the cafeteria ': was a formal banquet and dance. new fabrics particularly those My Marian L lYoshy, Deputy Clerk

The Council, which represents stairs !I i "" HIt: 41 11 14 Perryman Hldg. S. <(< ourt tit.IE .
the whole student body, has placeda I line, use the wrong j j that requite the attention of ar ,, -- PHONE 218

etc If taken seriously, thiS | My hat's off to those studentsfor j: expert cleaner Mr. Smith said '
suggestion box in the library in '%oTI( '': -in \rrr.\u
court ought to be very successful'! the wonderful job they are I i that some ornaments and buttonr'' In Circuit (uurt, llrnilforil ('ollntoI :- COLONIALFLORIST
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order to remain a truly representative 1 I IMfina III.in. *.,\illa. Plaintiffs .c-- ---- -- -- '" -- -'- _
I reducing the number of petty I doing: Pres. Kenneth Conway: made of plastic cannot be dry'cleaned \' t'.It'llulll" Sevillj f..nInl. i iC.ive ----- .. -. .' --- -- -- . -- -'"";.!,.-.
student organization. I
', crimes at B. H. S. Vice Pres.. Fred Conway; Sec, I successfully because the%' :X., ., 9432

box is opened at every meeting ,,1 I Joahne Smith Seniors. Aliese dissolve in the !solvents found ir' Notice I 1u. \ppenr. RADIO ANDO
; '
and each idea is considered care- :j 1I -- !: all cleaning and also \ : To c> leijgnm! Siilla.. hu..I' resid -
plants vht '
Lawson Aaron Hutcheson Edwin'' t ncian"addr/ ss I iv. 14;: K 3*>th SERVICE
fully One anonymous student I I Representing B. H. S. at the I Ju- !I!! garments held together by rubber ;Sir.-,,t. New York X, Y : I TELEVISION
Prevatt. Marjorie Strickland; You '
are hereby notified that a'
|| Southern Council Meeting at Miami
suggested that a Student Welfare I Jimmie Moncrief. Marion.. cement will come apart in clean ,suit for IlMoiie I FLOWERSFOR
Committee be set up to work last weekend, were Ken Con- ,: ing Because of research done by, i'us''b- and control of I
i Harrington, Robert Manning, mirror dllltl and ,
,: (companies like Emery most maiden name of! ALL OCCASIONS Repair Service On All Makes
Wayne Douglas; Sopomoi, Bar- :! :
fabrics can now be handled easily
j i has been filed against you In the i
bara McComb, Norma Gonzales :I I and quite successfully* |above named Court and cause and I,

Zack Crawford. T. J. Alderman; It seems that the first clean ':. you are required to serve a copy oft I TELEVISION and RADIOSFor
your answer or pleadln to the I
Freshman Charles Kirkland :j I I fug fluid ever used was gasoline 'Ii complaint on the Plaintiffs.tttrnoy. (j)

I Jackie Parker Glen Reddish; 8th j,i which Mr Smith says he used: tc'j I' _Starke. ",Florida T Frank Landium,

Loedith Griffis, Nancy Bates Roger ,i i clean with years ago in his first !i and file the original in the officeof

FULLY EQUIPPEDthe Williams: 7th. Gene Moore Sylvia ''[ cleaning plant maybe some of I II the Clerk of the Circuit Courts I DISH GARDENS PHONE
I I Ii on or before the
Paulk, and Van Prescott you remember the odor left ir 17 day of November, 19">:2; I PROMPT

most modern and efficient equipment I remain your High School (OTI I i i clothes and Mr Smith certainh otherwise the allegations of said I II POTTERY

available to the profession is respondent :i j, recalls the fire hazards. Then j l Complaint will be taken as confessed : '
1' Solvent j by you. : POTTED PLANTSFLOWERS RELIABLE 198..W
Bradford highly refined Stoddard !' This shall be pu'hlished'once
used by this funeral home in maintaining -Brenda notice
was put on the market and ie i; :, each week for four consecutive'weeks
its well known standard of '
in the Hradford County Telegraph -
NOTKI': 'io \"1'1'Ie used by most cleaners today. These ji j| "WIREDANYWHERE SERVICE
Service.DeWITT I In ('in-ill Court, Bradford ('..lInf,,]!, '
Florliln: In ('han.. r)'. i solvent-soluble cleaning agent I Ii Hated this 15 day of It'llI'r., lf.2! :! ':
';:\! Hurak. Defendant Case No !14'0Notlcr : chemists found that adding a de- Clerk of the Circuit Court. Nona St Starke 22S E. ILL ST. ST\IKK( FI 1.e "
To .\|'....n r. Hy Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. ;
tergent to the lo I 17 4t 117 I .
C. JONESPhone To: Mary 1lIraK.: whose residence' cleaning solution _- --o
And address I is427: E. 6th Stieec..Cew .j I made it safer and easier to rev I ''''' _ _, __ -- = : .7
Starke Fla. i
7 York NewYork
!1 i
move more thoroughly both oil- .
You are hereby. notified that a : I 'IITJ'I: TO \rri\n: .
suit fair i i soluble soils such as grease and II i In Circuit ('<>nrl, IIr".U"rd ('..unt,,
Divorce i Florida: In t'li.incrrj.IJi .
II insoluble soils like '
has been filed! against vmi in the !I e\'erY-daY'I' >s,.inl.> l-jwi.n. i. Plum fi. \
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur i I nhonnlll"I! Court'and cause and '! dust. i\.t l.aui.n. Iiefi'ndant
j von :tre required| to serve a copy of i While this discovery was of i iI I\IM' X"I 1- -
WHir answer on parading to the Notice To .\pprnr.
local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and I great benefit it still meant that ,
coiii.amt) : on the Plaintiffs! I +j To: K\a [l.u\\< nre. wlm-f r.
services not otherwise available. .\AMornev T Frank L.indruiDStirke. I ordinary dry cleaning methods had j'i iI d'n.' and address II': "I J J"t 1 1:11,
Florida, Street, Xew' York X,'W y..h.Yon .
I and file the original,: In the office of no effect on water-soluble s=stains; 1! are hereby notified that a ,

..r,........ I I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I i I caused by soft drinks foods t suit for i j jj

We furnish the service at lowest and or before the I perspiration etc. Emery Indus- j. Idvorre and ratifi't'ali..n r'f THE
highest type prices, 17 day of =November, I'lSI.: : j: siiparatiiri'I agreement I II j ROYALTY LINE
accept ANT life insurance policy in force issued by ANY otherwise the allegations said I tries were able to whip this condi- 'j I I has been filed against you In the ] J
Complaint will be taken as confessed t tion with Sanitone and today the above named Court and cause and
as In or in ,full on a funeral. """"
company, payment part "yU. of
you are required to serve a copy
Consultation carries no obligation. I I This notice shall he put>tIlhpd I' finest clothes are throughly cleaned I your answer or pleading to the I
1 once each week for tour consecutive without being damaged by wa- complaint on the Plaintiff's
weeks in the Bradford County Attorney T Frank Landrum, ,
I j ter. In fact, Sanitone puts back
Ktarke, Florida, I
i the "feel" of new material while I and file the original In the office of

I fold methods dissolve the natural! : the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the
j finish. Mr. Smith said. 17 day of November, 19i: !;
r I otherwise the allegations of said
!> 4 '''Complaint will be taken as confess-

., ? ied by you
I This notice shall be Y
iI hated this 13:; da>' "! October. 1932! :;: publishedonce
I once ( week for four consecutive
weeks in the Uradford County Tele
I Clerk of the Circuit Court
I i Hy Marian L.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk graph.
I Hated this13 I:; day of October 1S52
fyec"msslq i 10'17 4t 11/7
: I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.

\nin: 10PPIHK I I Clerk of the Circuit Court
Ey :Marian L Crosby Deputy Clerk
\ % In Circuit ('onr(. Itrndford ('aunt>'.'
a 1 Florida: lu (hnurer. 10/17 4t 11:7N.OTICK I

I K:..11 ,it II lohii-- ''II'V., -
,v ii' .1 I..'Oh'I I <. \ "l i"' TO .\"1'1It I j
In Circuit Court Bradford ('onutr.1|
tea? Florida: In < hancery.Jahn .
\olee To Appear.I |
J K: I Irl: <'kl'lt. Plaintiffs It i
Mud-t .1. i: 1:1:, _I.k.t, !>',ft'nd.int j
r; C.ise x,. !91211'
Notice To .\ppenr.
T.. M 1,Ili.-t i li: 1'rarkrtt. wli,," '
you arcplanning : 1 d'II"' || uid ad vII ."'" h,'rehy! notifitd that a y. ..a if .
'P j tw1J.1_ 1Y' .__ 1'1 f '>'I' \I' v.ir.-e has been fib d s f
..itftmtuti/ in the above named e 1b
,. I F ', ,
"I'l.nit' and rinse, and yi u are rev'' y
a new q'liri'd! to serve a copy of your answer -

:: or pleading to the complaint 6 y
'NI the PlaintiffAttntni > ,
home T. Frank I.iiidium, 5'\rl" r .
1'l'ud.1. .1I"t file tin origin,il I in t'i-
?ff"?" "f the ,Cerk) of the '.r'. .i,.. '
or any other type of, ''",ni., "u i t' 1., Cure' tbi' 17 d.i\' ..' $, : ikyy ,
S..inUi', IT! ,.' othirui th-" ,, !I.
building call on us 1" iza! "'n'"f s,,,,d fC..in|>l tint nil I I'ilk e
:L 'I ,1|s i'''nfl' ..d I,1.. I .
This notice iiill 'be'puhli"hl'd ,
,,n-" frweek: \ for four consecutive '
McMURTRY 1\.",'I's in the Bradford County Tele- | 'r- _0v'f i

gnph. |I (
""'. .lll"s n:> dy of O"tIlIH'r.l1!*" I ,

\ .-----' 'OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas '
,Clerk I of the Circuit Court
BUILDERSKeystone r'> Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk i s ,.
10. r'l I' 11 7 ,

Heights, Fla. Norirn i i!
J T' \\ 11"\: IT MAY CN''CI\1:::
Tti:- n.'M-e i I.. given to any and'I'I II : : r
ESTIMATES ill 1':1I1aI1l0l!: : of th.' estate of OliI \,' !
I IIlz.tbeth:: Kay. d)I.I'l'd: : that yon' :
CHEERFULLY GIVEN ,.ir.' t" fil" y,".ir| claims with th. s.
I'unty Jtnlire ..f I ITadford County, ]I rrfass
I'lrid: it"I'' eight l'all'n.I..1'I"nth :
I EKEYSTONE > from t'I" f.r-t pul.l t'ati..1 "r
MMin!!" I'te-, 01 the! tiaim will b> I I 1 t- +
Always in good taste 3381 DAY I, tl I ',\' ;:-tatutfs or I.itnitatn.n-'. 1-

o o.CocaCola o KEYSTONE 2131; NIGHT I'I: i-i d!I IJ' i t. 'I,i-i be duly sworn to an.-1 r

1 '", in 17.2:i:!

,- i'l 1 n \\-. Whitt. Exerutnr of .
: ,%'- : :_ .J I .' .I', of Hive Eli za I...tI.P'y. 1.

with"yo In. luealsFor in 17 4t 11 7 i 'J/e J>'ff et reza

t I Moon K2235R. Cabin of fine, /hand

:NOIK: TO \rrr.\u I rubbed mahogany veneers (o fi eitifscham

THPICTREVTUBE n Circuit Court, Bradford Conntj, decool"'Q A.loble.0.* ip.

1'loriila. : .In ( hancrry. I, Here's why. Zenith i t ;is ciolll deSIgned matching bole (ai shorn)
i i vv < I I'ell. plaintiff vs. Jack
just your family or for anybody you entertain I' I 1:. fendant. of iliahl/ d''OIIO/COd' The 21'"IM '''euI

Case No. 1423Notice : I better
Toppenri a t "buy"!
YQu can cn-e Coca-Cola as the meal-lime beverage l .i.J k T I' D..II.'hr.. .'.. r> :do '21 ((246 iq .n 1 PICTURE
;o :"iddr. -. !is l"nkn" -
y .,' :: notified that a I Because Zenith has spent a, million dollars for engineering $299 95
rilh bOI ,onll e
and be wee it will always: be welcome. People ; ',' and research to develop the new "K-53" chassis: you

-j .* '-d against you In the can now enjoy unparalleled television performance. En- (In.l.4., f. '< ft' r. a.,. ,. ,
ANY ...I Court and cause and fwtt "a rt. 'P'J'""a J" ')
tirely new throughout, the "K-53" chassis brings you
: ';,j.red to serve a oft
like it in its bottle. And that copy
right own sparkling 1 MAKE $ i ,_ .i: -n\ the r or pleading Plaintiffs to Attorney'I' the comp -t true, glare-free pictures-actually 20;% brighter and r-- ---- --- ---"-----

F1.! .-k Landrum. Starke Fla, clearer, at 25% greater distances-with new easy, instant ;

makes Coke so easy to tene. It's easy to !get; too, ANY and>d, :L.f.. '.'.-ik The of original the Circuit in the Court office on I tuning and the finest tone in television. Provision for : LIBERALTERMS

MODEL 'r L, f re the I tuner strips to receive new UHF stations is built-in.

Ly die carton or the case-at lour f a\orite dealers.1 :V-w:: 1-k !the"--'ryman allegations, Starke.of said Fla You'll never be satisfied with less than Zenith Quality,

lAi l 1 Year Guarantee (otnpla.ru:: by yon.will be taken as confesed I trouble-free performance, and! Picture Perfection. 1 ,

l .At1 J t Thirr.tice shall be publishedonce See and hear Zenith at our store today! ':

pas .. tr,00 each week for four consecutive __ __1- ____
$ w... ks in the Bradford County Telegraph -

24 Bottle Case I Irl" -- '' .Y h i l-t'-d. 'his; 14 day of October 1952.e :!. You've Seen The Rest Now Select The Best

R (MFFI'"I\L SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
Deposit-At Yowl Do!I.rIOTTICO tEt Chas.C.Shepherd i":.rk of the Circuit Court

i fly Marian L Crosby; Deputy Clerk ill


STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Phone 239 !. Circuit (....rt.TO Bradford PPF.n County,

Florida !
: Cnneery.Et.t
a'Lofu"k' eg7j..J traJ..ncrl ...' "?'..;-222-224 Temple Ate. U. S. 301 Starke Fla. Phone 161;
a 1952 THE COCA-COtA COMPANY : T w'4 JurI"! t ff f t. -
,'I 1 f"rol" 1: i,. I..f.od..r.' I
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BRADFORD nOTTVTV. ..... r", ..._ .___ u_
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Report City of Starke Fla.! Fiscal -

-- Year October 1 1951 -- September 30 1952

& J




Attorney OF TOTAL

Cash on Hand, September 30, 1952
Jacksonville Fla. 41.71
Cash in Florida Bank at Starke: I Licenses, Fees and Permits:

October 18, 1952
Balance, Per Bank, September 30, 1952 1.SG7.27 00.01 1950 1951 Occupational Licenses 12.75:

To The: Less: Outstanding Checks 04.79 1951 1932 Occupational Licenses 4,985,46

Honorable Mayor and City Council, No. 18754 2.25 OO.S4 1952 1953 Occupational Licenses 871.25

Starke, Florida. 19347 5.00 00.01 Dog Licenses 14.00

19402 102.81 00.01 Solicitor's Licenses 3.00

Gentlemen: 19480 00.33: Building and
41.33 Remodeling Permits 359.00
00.11 Plumbing and Electric
In accordance with your request I have made, except as 19481 39.65 Permits 14150
Sewer Tap Fees
stated in the accompanying comments which form an integral 19483 38.80 :!29.S{ 06.19 45.00
Cash in Bank Total Licenses, Fees and Permits .
part of this report, a detailed examination of the accounts 1.577.43 '>.4n: >,;

and record of the City cf Starke Florida, for the fiscal year Total, Cash on Hand and in Bank, General City Fund 1,619.11
Delinquent and Personal
ended September 30, 1952. Accordingly I present the exhibits Property

and schedules as listed in the index immediately pre- 00.11 Taxes Collected
lit 7.3si '.
ceding this letter of transmittal.In umlT1): '.\ FUND: 03.67 Bonds and Fines
: i., 0t.I
Mowing and Grading
the pages following, in my opinion, is the most complete Cash on Hand September 30. 1952 S69.04 03.01 Utility TaxCigarette 096 U

report. It has been prepared with the aim to be easily Ca h in Florida Bank at Starke: 29.83 Tax S ;1.3-? 7x

understood by all, requiring no educational background in Balance Per Bank, September 30, 1952 2,399.53 31,074 t'!

business or finance. Acceptable municipal accounting procedures Less: Outstanding Checks Reimbursements for %Light and Water

were adhered to closely, except where inadequaciesof Xo. 8142
8.3t 01.13 Fund Donations
the records made departures therefrom necessary. In my 8147 1,709.21 00.29 1,17, t'
Paving Assessments
opinion, the accompanying report otherwise fairly presentsthe 8168 44.32 00.01 Collected 30647
Sale of City MapsUnemployment
financial position of the City of Starke, Florida, on September 8176 662..1) 00.13 10.90,)
30, 1952. and the result of operations for the fiscal 8178 595.00 00.01 Sale of SuppliesReimbursement Collected 1S7 00

year ended on that date. 8179 79.11 3,093.55Total ; ;,)

Cash in Bank
City employees with whom I was associated during the 699.02 Payroll Deductions Paid

helpful and cooperative and I wish to express 00.73 for Light and Water Fund
were most
year Cash on Hand and in Bank Light and Water Fund 7t>4 :.17
329.93 Payroll Deductions Collected in
here my sincere appreciation. Cash 733 PI
00.05 Fire Call Outside City Limits
50 Ot)
Respectfully submitted, PARKING: METER. : : ['('NI): -00.02) Cash Unaccounted For
:2 ti J 4 t
00.09 Qualifying Fees
George W. Dandelake Cash on Hand. September 30, 1952 379.00 90 tlH

Certified Public Accountant Cash in Florida Bank at Starke: .. Transfers From:

Balance, Per Bank. September 30 1932; S.61B.85 44.72 Light and Water Fund

Total, Cash on Hand and in Bank Parking Meter Fund 03.58 Bradford County 46.500 00)
S.S95.S5 '
Total, Cash on Hand and in Bank, All Funds To Exhibit "A". 3,724 :')
100.00 Total Cash
Receipts General Fund .To Exhibit "B" 103.992 71Sdiedule i

Schedule .\ 1
U -1
All cancelled checks were compared with the various cash

disbursements journals to determine correctness of amount and

payee. They were further scrutinized for correctness of endorsement I

and authentication. Disbursements of the various Statement Of Cash Disbursements-Street and Garbage Dept.
funds were supported by vouchers approved by the City Councilor 1+trf'f't011 Garbage Department DisbursementsSalaries DISBURisEMENTSADMINISTRATIVE : LIGHT AND WATER FUND'

Board of Bond Trustees. All disbursements were analyzedand : :, OFl'lnU: GENERALAdministrate : ; : I

charged to the appropriate classes of expense. and Wages:

S. R. Hicks, Department Head 3,346.22 i I ( ( Office and General; Disbursements: DISBURSEMENTS:

O. C. Geiger 2656.22 i Salaries and Wages
Statement Of 'ash Disbursements Fire :
DepartmentFIRE John 'I Salaries and Wages:
Spence 2,564.13:;>

DKPARTMENT DISBURSKMENTS: Merren C. Lizembee 2503.32 i City Council: I Riley S. Wasdiu, Superintendentfrom
Tommie F. Edwards 2,320.79 A. Bishop, Jr. 3SO.OO
June 23, 1952
Salaries and Wages: Edwin Smith 2,300.17 P. L. Bridges 360.00 I Other

Isiah HanlenbrookEd L. O. Hazen 360.00 1,959.58 1,S7s l It+,
D. W. Carpenter Stone 2,181.08 William T. Jackson 360.00 I Berry S. Johns, Superintendentuntil

Chief from June 7, 1952 885.69 2,151.89 Jun. :2.'J: 1952
Walter James A. Lewis 360.00 :L, M:: I Pierce
J. C. Barton
Other 2134.31 3,020.00C. 2.r;to; :20)
Lucious Williams 2.119.5G1.312.1S 1,820.00 Donald
W. Pickett Board of Bond Trustees :2 U7dJ
Zane O. Brooks :
Chief until June 7, 1952 2,381.93 Carl Johns. (clerical
James E. Nelson S45.5G R. F. Demorest 200.00George 2.11)0\ (If I)
B. Jordan
It. A. Eberle -, Arthur French 653.69 B. Flynn Sr. 220.00 Joe Morris 2,11001 I +4+1

Regular 1,338.54 ,. Mike Dicandio Titus Olson 220.00 2IIO! t'i;
D. K.:
Volunteer Stansbiny
22.00 1,360.54H. 2.077) <>i)
1' L. Brides 330.00Ollie 640.09 J. R. Haisten
546.43 Thornton City Clerk's Office: 2.00. 1 II 1)>)>

Robert R. Hoag 114.24Perry 325.79 Carl Johns 1,320.00 Carolyn Redgrave, On.ilCharlie 1 +I 1 "21 "It.x.v.
Dewey Taylor
Kite, Jr.RIg".llar. .- 306.60 Carolyn Redgrave 715.55 I W. Perdue :;',-,
W. C. Lee
305.80 Robert
62.85Voluntet'r H2.T: 7i 0
? Fred Stalling 290.01 2035.55
I J. B. Wright
6.00 63.85 1;2.rL'

R. L. Hughes 57.14 W. II Higgenbotham 256.00 Total Salaries and Wages 4,495.55 Calvin Henley :.17 ::1: :,

Deloren S. Hodges 40.00 Herman Geiger 120.95 Insurance Hoyt Daniel Wright 345 4 K

Volunteers: r Edward Adams 61.84 2898.27 James F. McKelvyClint 209 U
R. K. Scarbro I
E, B. Jackson 97.00J. Eddie Cassels 20.00 Repairs City Hall 2,742.83 Ii I HillCalvin 105 /1)<)
C. Barton 90.00 i Parham 72 7'i

S. R. Hicks 89.00C. Herbert Franklin 2.73 Others 93.33 : Ivy Earl Knight 70 40

L. Dinkins 73.00C. I I J. D. Matthews
Total Salaries and Wages :9,51>3.09 70.00
J. Schaefer 63.00G. General Fund,Portion of Payroll Taxes I Ed Stone fits; 01

S. Brown 62.00Carl New Cash 2,196.20 I I Dan Thomas Jr. 2912
Equipment Repairs and Parts 4,91.HGas ; Register Installed 1,840.00
Ritch 43.00: and Oil 1,874.44 Legal and Recordir; Fees 1,510.65 i Mourn C. Lizenbee 25 90
E. W. Wilkerson 30.00 I Shirley Carpenter, Clerical
Materials (Cement, Pipe Asphalt, ete.) 859.45Trash Payroll Taxes on Light and Water Fund S. R. 21 IMI
J. R. Haisten 24.00 Hick
Receptacles and Lettering 777.36 Employees Reimbursed 764.35 20.00
Victor Lamb Smith
21.00J. Tools and Supplies 611.23Partial Office Supplies. Printing and Postage 602.15 11 f>>;
K.: Lawson Mary Lapp-, (1'b' 'rkal
1,1.00 .
Cost of Sidewalk I Lights and Water City Hall 122.:
-100.00Power 589.94 Tames F.. NH.n
Joe Lamb j
11.00 for Sewage Lift Stations 53.69 Auditing FeesLight 550.00 'I'll:: ; '

Total Salaries and Wages 8,206.13 Raincoats and Boots 51.60 I Plant purvey 450.00 Total Salatii! i ,nd ""ag..s' .
.1, J'+ !1. !
Street Clearing 50.00 I Payroll Taxes Received in Cash 360.00

BUilding Repairs 425.09 Casual Labor Building inspector
40.00 312.50
Supplies Parts and Chemical 201.12Lights SurveyingFirst 32.00 New Furniture and Fixtures City Hall 304.06 X'W 'Jerii" at.n: "1'nit'Original :

and Water 151.43 Aid Kit Advertising
231.90 ,
Telephone and Telegraph 97.50 Auto TagTOTAL i Road and Bridge Tax Roll Preparation 111'111'1Transportal '" +
1.00 15000 ,.
New Water Tank 97.32 : Christmas Bonuses Employees "l Unit t;.lllMl, "IK

Uniforms I 56.72 TO SCHEDULE D 2 39274.60 I Florida League of Municipalities: 14500 Foundation :. lit *.

Gas and Oil
52.65 Membership 6500Tra.el Installation i : 'i lilat) i rJ[ r't! I 1:21:! 1M 1''< .
Station Furnishings 15.00 Schedule li 2c Expenses; 76.42

TOTAL TO SCHEDULE 15-2: 9302.91; \41.42 Fuel Oil ,', .
% Janitor Service 138.00 \\'I.iter M.{t'r,1/ : .Suj.j.l.f. : ,

:Schedule B 2a Statement( Telephone and Telegraph Cd UtllltTas
Of Cash Disbursements Donation) 122.15 ,
Benches for
Public Park
120.00 P1 mt Rpp.iifI'.o'.s lint! S i lI/j"| ', '
DONATION DISBUR.sEMENTS:' l: : Election Inspectors ,
"I' >".ver Puirha-.fi,! '' ..
Statement Of Ca.h niNlnirtcnirntit Police Department Sewer Survey Clay K-'n! 0. ( >; i .' t
72.00 S"lvic Deposit hcfunded,!
Lights and Water for ; ,
POLICE DEPARTMENT: :: DISBURSEMENTS Charitable Organizations I Maps of City 50.20 I'n.ver Lin Mat" nils '
2.654.52 Fuel[ for
Bradford Health Clinic I City Buildings 46.65 Lubricating Oil .
Salaries and Wages: 2,400.00 Flowers for Funerals
Chamber of Commerce 45.75 State Utility Ti % ,
Building Permit Refunded
W. E. Thornton Chief 3,120 00 Regular 600.00 Janitorial 34.00 Payment on Well .

F:. L. McKnight 2,600.00M. Big Dad Electric Bills 1,178,42 Miscellaneous Supplies 30.35 li'-tuncl to Central Fund for l>- ':,,i&ns J'.l.'J 1

...M. Morgan 2,600.00 ., 1,778,42 I \I 54.46 Office Supplies and Postage "

Riley Svve.it 2.600.00t'p Woman's Club 450.00 .: TOTAL TO SCHEDULE B-2 Light Sid \\'at'r Fund, Portion Payroll 'frv '.

Tomlinson 1,883.33 Bradford County High School $21,191.71SJWClrile Truck Repairs. fins and O.IFifight :

A L. Alvarez -- Band Uniforms 'I 3.2d and E.xpn-i: : ,;

Pension JH50.00; Fair 200.00 Insurance Exp'-ns,. i I.
Other 792.00 1752.00 American Red Cross N'i :Water Pump t

Melvin McKinney 1,391.74 Christmas Seals: 25.00 5.00 PARKING 1; MITIRFUND: Telephone! and Te! giaph : '.'

Bill Laine 840.00 ('hrtstmas Bonuses Employi" : r .,
Wilbur GriffisIeonard 31668 TOTAL TO SCHEDULE B 2Sohrdtile $7,612.01 STATEMENT: : 01' CASH RECEIPTS Casual Labor : i.

E. Colson 252.00iso.oo I New Fan and Mo-or for J'Jdnt '7 : '
: I B 2e
f'orndiusr i 3ASII RECEIPTS Y" funds to fonx'imersMiscellaneous ,
I 2r ( I a
It I II j Ij I ,
4.: 4
Total Salaries and Wages t Parking Meter CcUec lions: : Transfers
17,515.77Court toGeneral
1951 .
Calls Mayor 587.17 i ('it! : F'ud I ...j.j1W

Nw Police Car with Lettering, Net 639.00 : STATEMENT: OF C.H RECEIPTS; December 1951 631.00 t Sinking Fund "dIki ,,, ,
January 1952
Care of Prisoners Electric Current 1 711.50February j
472.64 121356.23 i 1952 \ 213.50 : 1'1; :
Uniforms and Water
Ridges : I
460.31 March
22,045.73 ; 1952
Gas Oil and Auto Maintenance I Utility Tax 731.00: !
364.01 6.711.67 I April )% Plus:
490.50 I
Telephone and TelegraphParking Service Deposits Received ,
177.90 I 1,331.00 i May 1952 459.43; General Fund Bills Paid12'! ; ".',
Meter Parts Supplies SoldUnemployment I
159.75 I 421.59 I June 1952 II I Advances to General Fund K-: ,',
Electricity Jail and Traffic CompensationTransfer I II 429.50 1 :' ployes: :: 1 : :!,1iIt,
LightsSupplies 148.81 '
9155 i July 1952August
1 456.00 :
124.75 ; Charges 92,00SLOO I 1952 Fotal TJisbursements Author:iz'-d 19:, 2'.i! :. ", ,
Building Repairs Reconnection Charges 345.00September

Refund of Unemployment Compensation 2949 8.00 :j Cash Unaccounted For -%3,22 I t tI 1952 S05.00 I ]Less i:

Miscellaneous Personal Services '.00 : Transfers from Sinking Fund 14,000.00 Total Cash Receipts, Parking Meter Fund Unremitted Payroll Deductiocj :2! ;" '
Cart for Parking :Meter I To !
Collections 5.00 "B" J5.SS9.G5 Total Cash Disbureenaenti, Light And
Total Cash
Receipts, Lights and Water Fund I I II
TOTAL TO SCHEDULE B-2 $20,746.34Schedule To Exhibit "B'' Water Fund. To Exhibit "B"
1169,"03.48 519J 1 D'I \.1JSheduL

B 2b Schedule B 3 Schedule B 3 /

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n oux Methodist Church Gideons Of Florida Here This Week I tically every church in the county : Serving: as an extended n.'n- ,. ,'!t : c s ,
telling the people how God has
sectarian missionary .
arm of the given !I" ', ','
The First Methodist Church of taken a of Christian busines 1 I'!
group :
To Work With Bradford ChurchesRev Church. The Gideons, International America Tent .
: Starkt' invites you to attend the men and is using them to win composed of Christian at
others tl' the Christian way of time :tu, "C. '
services of worship on Sunday. businessmen is carrying out a
Thomas G U'he1': '. presi- :al'tit.' r,': Gnr} cork as a Chust !life bv their personal testimoniesand ,, of to ,
broad ministry which no giving r re.'
:\0\1 Church School begins at single
"I I lent of the Starke Ministerial Association :an Lumen for a number of years. tOe distribution of the Wordof i
denomination could undertake.The i in Japan..t b. :. .
9:45: every Sunday morning. announces that this The muscial program will be in God. :

Baptist ChurchMilton Training Class Foster Shi Smith is now teaching ::Saturday; and Sunday the Gideons charge of Harry C. King State The following churches in the fact that gives they them are access interdenominational to almost -- : Bible. One o;; t'.e I .tech _
)f Florida and several surrounding President of the Florida: Gideons.Mr. the mim-terN; .1Ihi : ten I' '
the Men's Class County have expressed their desire
Bible and the Ci I all institutions. These men
J. Brooks will speak at i states will gather in Starketo King: is a businessman from to participate in this !' 1 ford County have in ir..t .:
class extends' a most cordial in- program serve without pay and pay their
To Be
the First Baptist of Starke this TaughtAt vitat'on to all men to attend. At. work with the ministers and Jacksonville and is known : Air Park Baptist Brook- own expenses.The I Gideons to this county i

Sunday morning. :Mr. Brooks, a the Sunday morning church service Christian laymen of Bradford throughout the State as an active er Baptist. Graham Baptist, I Gideons have i' the youth of this count\ ,v .
businessman of Bessemer, Ala. will Methodist Ie Bounty. layman. The principal talk of the Hampton Baptist Heilbronn Bap- placed over 1 of the Bible.
at 11 o'clock the First Methodist : : copy
be the keynote speaker at the Church will join with the other I Saturday evening 6:30: o'clock ,' ('\'eningwiU be made by Milton tist. Hope Baptist Lawtey Baptist r, 4.000.000 copies of the Bible in
Florida Baptist Brotherhood Convention ;a banquet will be served at the J. Brooks of Bessemer. Ala., past Lawtey Methodist. Long hotels motels, penal institutions
i <*hun'hes of Bradford County in : St. Edward's Church
in Ft Lauderdale on Tuesday the participation of the Gideons' ]First Methodist Church where the International Trustee of the Gid Bridge Christian. Pine Level Fap- College dormitories steamship
and will be speaking Sunday Bible Rally. A representative of ]ministers of Bradford County together eons and now a member of the tist. Starke Baptist Starke Christian lines and other public places. In Sunday Mass at 9'15 a m

morning in Starke for the Gideonsas the Gideons' will speak at the J with a group of representative 'i International Extension Committee Starke Church of God. Starke addition to this ministry: the Gid- Weekday Mass 7.30: a-:
leading Gideons fill the pulpits -. 11 nVlock church service. j i j' laymen will meet and enjoy ,' :Mr.: Brooks has just returned Methodist. Starke Presbyterian, eons are also distributing the Children's Class Wed '; >"ri
throughout the city and coun- Christian fellowship with the visiting from a world tour where he Starke St. Mark's Episcopal, Word of God to the men in the Keystone Heights
ty. Starke is fortunate to have Sunday evening you are invited 1 Gideons! Fredrick R. Sacher.?: visited many Gideon organizationsaround Rtarke Tabernacle Raiford Baptist armed i.irs. to the school chiltlnn I (Women's Club I
to in the singing of favorite
this outstanding south-wide leader .join 1 former Executive Director of Gi'1- the world. of :\nitri< t and in various Sunday Mass 1-t. 3rd r'
for the day. { Go pel hymns at the 7:30 service I cons International! preside ;at Or e'I'] 1! 1\ i 1'',"-1.,ntr t1'I'M. Gltlp":,, V" I'" : h.); 'i-; ;.1' ,. '1' 1"I"n! : lu-1-!111 11 \ '!; :?" .t .!:,! III' S 1" ,
,, The Youth Choir will furnish ,\ ,,, ,.
, evening Dr. Joe Hefty JIN I! iw'tmj: M1 S"" 1t'r \\ -- f"r 111)"' lit 'd." 'L' ; ." ; '\' (', ', \'
cpt',1'ial music! and Rev. ThomasG .
Hankins, loved evangelist, w-11; be I 12: \" 'ar'antf'n >< '\I \;:<,1.\ y itcm :< ''", .- !I'' h.. Mitchell! will preach on th.subiect.
( Reformatory end ha> been ,. ,
the speaker at the Happy Hour man up' u.i 'n< pulpit 01 prai I' Quign" ff" I 1 'I' a \,' '
"What Must!' the ChunhD
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Dr. Hankins has ''- .. -- -
just -
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closed a Revival at Green Cove r ( Now Attendance at tht .f' .'.J" d;; ..' '_ ;_ ', -.Y' ... .,.;;. .. !t l't.i. -: ,- .. -'- ..q...:. ;-'t1 lt_ ...-. ,
t Sunday evening church services -- -- - i..fo -1. 1; ;. ....- .... .."".____ '.'k"'_ ___"' ..:IJ\O'J:: """'\ { .-.'_- Y'.oSi- ..
and will be rememberedfor
during November is being pro-
the Revivals held at Park of
mot.'d! b15 membership leaders
the Palms the last two years.: Mrs J. L. Anderson. Miss Shirley

Friends will have an opportunityto Carpenter Mrs. M W. Cre,sler. ir; nIGS
hear and meet him at 7:30 at e Mrs L. J. Green. Mrs E. G. Hoff- !

the First Baptist of Starke. Sun I meister. Mrs Carl Hunter Mrs.J STARLINGS
day School meets at 9:45: with I MrCoTib. Mrs. II M. Rich ,
P T. Nolin superintendent and a Mrs. W BSewell .
\rI.11'5.: Geo. Sapp.
staff of more than 80 officers and MissKate
Mrs. I. P. Shepherd S SALE
teachers to Instruct the more t Ptruth. Mrs.: I.. I). Vmmg S SALE
than 300 regular attenders. Miss Carol White and Mrs L i j
Training Unions gainer at 6:15: Whitehead. L10 L----
with newly organized Young Mar Miss Mary Cajhoun of Lakeland K '___EN Quantity Rights Reserved Prices in This \J (.ood Fri.. Sat.. Nos. 7. __ ,-, .. --
The First! Methodist Church will [ :- :
ried Union Unions director of Children's Work for .. .
Couples making
that now reach all agi's: under the the Florida Methodist Conference Rranscomb unrtav. Nov will 16.preach Bishop at John the '._. -. : --,__, -- -_-. ,_c __ -,:__ ....-- -- =. _'_=,", ._ -.l-----. _'. : .-: -- -: -_.' -_ -_ _-__ -__,--_'-,;;;$: .::"r.J<- ,_<_ "'-l

direction of Lavern Outlaw. Midweek :. will)) teach a training class for Sunday morning service and all, Pounds
service, Wednesday 7:30( Chuck Club Crossarm LB.POTATS
Church School Children's workersand observe its 89th Anniversary on .
with the inspiration message by and friends m'ted
patents in the First Methodist members are
the Pastor and an hour of testi
at the church at
to eat dinner
and praise! for all. Church of Starke, Sunday,
mony the annual basket dinner C
A cordial invitation is extended Nov. 9 through Thursday, Nov.
I I .
to all to worship at the services I 113. The training class will emphasize Church of God .

regualry held at the First Baptist I' "Guiding Children in Chris Steak
pf Starke. i iI Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning 39CMULLET
tian Growth and will be of great
i Worship 11 a.m. Evening
I At The TabernacleA I help to all workers with children. i:| Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service

Miss Calhoun received her BSEI i I Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting -

feature of the Saturday night I degree from Florida Southern 7:30: p.m. Thursday.

meeting at the Tabernacle was a I I College, and she has done graduate : Law tey
brief study of the "Crosses" given Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -
I work at Scarritt College ,. .
I YPE Serving .
by the sponsor! and illustrated on Worship 11 a.m. .. .
the blackboard. The Latin cross i Garrett Biblical Institute:I Saturday, 7:30: p.m. .: : ..: _-' .,- --. _- - ---- --- .- .. -- _or. ___"_-. _. ..:',: -- .-!:-r c- _-:_ ::

was one of shown which, and Christ is presumably was crucified.Others the. I and Boston her Master's University.Degree She in Religious received -- I Church of ChristCorner Large Lb 29C Quaker box
Boston I II MEAL 16C
illustrated included the I Education from 10th and :McMahun: TOWELS roll
University lat summer. She has 17C
Papal Cross, the Cross of Jerusalem Bible School-10 A. M.
and the Patriarchal Cross. been the Director of Children'sWork Preaching-11 A. M. and 7 3U

Sunday by messages the sponsor.were also delivered -: Conference for the since Florida 1941 and Methodist is an '| P.M.Prayer Meeting and Bible Study cello pak PRINCE ALBERT I 11 1 C

The revival at the Trinity BibleChurch ; outstanding authority in her field each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. WEINERS 39C NAPKINS, 80's pkg11 C

in Lake Butler under the I of work. : Everyone welcome.Presbyterian .
direction of Dr. John McNeill, was The first session of the class
visited Monday night by some of I will be held Sunday afternoon. '' ChurchSunday ( YKTON

the Tabernacle group. i I O9., at 3 p.m. at the First
Dr. McNeill will be at the Tabernacle Methodist! Church. Other session School at 9l: :). BOLOGNA Ib 39C Prince .31 CHILI Armours can 37C :
Friendship Class 10. a.m.
Nov. 14, 15, 16. I of the class will be held Monday Morning service conducted at ALBERT 9
through Thursday evenings from
I 11 a.m.
Theressa ChristianServices I 7:30 to 9:30.:
The class is sponsored
every Sunday evening by the Starke Methodist Church CHURCHSunday
nt 7:30. We extend a cordial invitation Commission on Education of which School 10 a.m. Large Large Large

to every one to come C. S. Partin is Chairman. Mrs E. Morning Service 11 &.m,
worship with us and hear a fine K Perryman is Superintendent of Evening Service 7:30: p.m. V2 V2.
Gospel sermon the Children's Division of the lo- Prayer Meetings Wednesday

Cecil Douglas, minister cal church. night 7:43: : p.m. Saturday nigh

7:45: ..m.rlll'HCH. I'


i'i" Sunday 730 p.m. Hear This < Masonic Temple. Call Street

-... ."pt ,., Sunday School every Sunday
,;: Message: morning 10 a.m. Sari'lml'flt Ser '

ICes 6.30: p. m A cordial invitationis

, : ) : extended to all.Thousands. > ...
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:Iff TINDERS -- KEEPERS'Baptist More -- ;. - : ,-- '. --'. .'1 .-- : _.'. '- : .. ,. -. :- : .-:: -,-. ':. :' __'__: '_ -H--_ : '- _' :::;-::;:

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First Church, Hampton Service Personnel 1 ORANGES 12 R ICER..3 Ib pkg 49C COCA COL KTONC .

BOB ( HA Y, Pastor
Now Under Act

"You Have A Cordial Invitation To Come Ige hd i ( I I I K ( \

And Share With Us The 4th Anniversary 3 "Thousands of men and woni!*n LETTUCE 21/2C M li LRIJTall t 3/or 43C ROOT BEEbRllI RTO.NC

Of Our Pastor" 3 who have served in our armed 1 _
forces since the end of World War i
Music And Song Service Sunday Night 1Hiblo
Special II are now insured under old-age

E School 10 AtM. B. T. t?. fi :30 P.M, and !survivors insurance." This I I M ll.fKTON( '

statement was made today hTed POTATOES Jibs 2.SC MAY YOt NNAISE pt

E ,. NURSERY O1'ENFIRST '". -' ; C Gainesville Van Antwerp Social managei Security I of F'cld-;.e 27C PEPSI COLA 27C

Office .
po- ,\military\ and naval *,. .. ,,.-esince : : : _>.' '. _._ -:;,. J- -__._ _' __-" _'_: : ;'. = _-__' ._. .. : : ._ : :.' :_.=--. d_:. __ ._:" .-,_ ..- ...._. ... :._-.. -. -,
:September: 1910 is 1111(1 < \A \' r
.' \ by the Social Security Al' t Before Smoked Tender L8. CAN SPRY or 3

BAPTIST CHURCHStarke the passage of the amendments .

no credit could be given

____ for service after July 24. 1917 C
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REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor "It means. Mr. Van Antwerp
added, "that the serviceman or 791
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town I Bacon52 Tomatoes l'y2I
I woman is credited. on his social
Phones Office 231: Pastorium 130 I.
.. ... j security account with $160 for
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I each month or part of a month

that he was on active duty The ,
credits won't be posted to his account

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at time m the
11.1N, HESSEMER...\. i future:now credit or will any be establishedby o. _.'_ .-_ __--i _- ::.-::'- :. ;I-' < ;':' _<- _:-.: __ : ,_ _: _- _-- : _--:_ _'.:_ ,-- -. .- _- '_' .-' :: ::; k- ; ;

PRINCIPAL SPEAKER FOR BAPTIST : presentation of the serviceman's

IJROTHERHOOI THE MORNING CONVENTION I MESSAGE WILL BRING; I.I than discharge is filed.dishonorable" which Trust when be a claim other I TISSUE snEETz' 13C COCONUT pkg 16C BROOMS each 95C

I further
Mr. Van Antwerp explained: -

EVENING(; SERVICE MESSAGE; BY :I I.I: dead;that and thee to and::the credits women survivors apply living of to those and allservicemen OLEO Colored .Ib 19C I S\\WfS lARD pure Ib. 1 96( LARDZ' gal' 49C ,

who have passed away. h'an
JOE HENRY HANKINS I Antwerp makes this suggestion! SWEET

I "Inquire field at office your local soci.il bi nefits security 22-oz /jar Hunts GRITS

Those who haH, should heard hear him this will Powerful be here -Speaker Those uhohaven't other which persons may be the concerning payable.serviceman Like must all PICKLES 27C CATSUP 11C Sibs 49C.

have had at least six quarters of .
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I coverage to be insured: however :ti. :, ,3_ :_ '. !

THE SINGING BASINGERS I these quarters can be made up of All Meat Leon Fresh Ground 1 Round Sirloin T-Bone LB
Lean LB. I LB.
WILL LEAD IN .\ GREAT SONG SERVICE i all military service or a combination ,
I of military service and civilian
.. ,
-1 Sunday" Sermons- : 11:00 A.M.! 7:30 P.M.! I, employment.A representative of the Gainesville c-iiam rnciiBj.- rrc

Sunday School 915)1.. Training Union 6:15 P.M. ,, Social Security Office will be I Stew55
at the court room of the courthouse ea
Midweek Service Wednesday. 7:30 I
I in Starke at 10:00: a.m on the bureer
; second Thursday of each month to

FOR FREE TRANSPORTATION answer questions on the old-age .

-Phone 266-J on Sunday 306 on Weekdays- I and survivors insurance program ., :: ... w -- .. ': ,", _. :. .. '\" 't.. ,__- __ C _. : _-, -_ -_ :-. -: -'1

f/. JI;_ ._ .. .' I and under interview the applicants program. for benefits ., ....' .. "<< u _' __ _- _ ..,.
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T'AGE TEX I1an.\Y, NOVESIBKK :. 1'1.""
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I 214"$ members achieved for the NamedI nr, -". HI'I!I 1.., 1'111. '-d, ,
See Jurors 1'J- V "'"n" of Hi. Pii:lt. '
1952. The Post is now in the HONOR ROLL : I ': I 1. '
year : U ;nf" "i\ I h:H..i j.,1 ., I. ,f t .
Convention Film I final stages of an intensive campaign '"n1 in. M.irk. F-;, i 'tl.t. .) J \I
For Court TermThe 1
"f :\"\1'1., 1 r If,1:
for new members. Yawn Report .11'01'el't';; i issued Oct !j .'
',1'KHI.! :-:1\1.\-\: 1: I 1. ,,. 1 .
w. H. Graham Commander ofi I urged all veterans of World War ]Baptist \VMS Circles : :Methodist Circles folloun." jurjmon have 2 7th; to all students 01 Brad- i- 'i..rk! "i i' ,L:,1 i :I." \:. ..t I.,

the Jones-Langford-\Vhite post World War II or the Korean been called to serve at the term f'',)rd Junior and Senior High '. ( 'Iru u i : ;IIf 1". K' M'I "! I'. i WW
I, I Hold MeetingsThe Met! Tuesday i I i ': 11t.-!: .\n"I"II\. i ft :, i I.,. ', ,) ,
56. The American Legion, an- | War to contact cither him or I' .it iirmit court which convenes S chools who were in tendance 'I:', ,1.- M 1.11.1' 1-iiMinc! '' : ,,t 1 : I', .
mii' :' :'.d i ,
nounced that a film of the 19521 Commander Graham and sign up I' Lorena Epperson Circle of Cu'< le 1 met at the home of Mrs. here Monday, Nov 10: fl or a sufficient period to warS I i II 7 4-: I. 1

National Legion Convention held with the Post. 1 Ihe First Baptist church met i I Charles Darby on Cherry St. L. L. Parker Herbert Parnsh : r:ant grading These progress re j I a \

in New York City would be shown I of Joe : orts to parents are based upor ]11 i n Tbr (11'P.il toUrt in and 1'.1'llradfo" \
All Bradford County Legion Tuesday afternoon at the home Tuesday morning with Mrs J..R. Nopgel, L. U. Morgan Jr.f r

at the Post meeting next Tuesday | naires and Veterans are cordially Mrs. C. A. Knight. Mrs R. B Wainwright as co-hostess. Refreshments Joe Forsyth H B Stokes. Carl 0 days of school attendance an
night at the Legion Home on invited to attend next Tuesday Alvarez, circle chairman. piesid.t1. | were served as the Jones. Dan Thomas O. C. Cason. a re regularly issued every six- I ]l L.f: l.iii.-oln, Auronioi,,... i J'. >.
I w reeks period with an allowance \iiint> 'r io; 1.1 !loi.M;1 1 |I. alld| '
West Call Street. nights meeting. The program. "Answered Prayer," (l''guests arrived.frs.. L. A. Davis T Clifford Hazen Jr., Raymond I I f about j 1\1111,1111] Thisrii. ,t i..l i H.., .,
0 one week for recording .
1:1 111 |1I..f. .
Also, the Post will receive: are-I was .under the direction of Mrs. ;presided over the business meeting Faulkner Clyde Ilhame, Freeman I IFtarhng b y the teachers Actual grader I J I | lfl: 4 I'l-i \.i.I.I IOR

port nn the Bradford County Fair. TURKEY: SUlTFJi I C:!. A. Knight program chairman. Mrs. T G. Mitchell gave an E L Kelly. J. Darby i cGaskms 'onsist of the following: "A", 96- I i'l I)Pit:

at this meeting. I The ladies of the Christian 'The devotional was offered by I interesting devotional Miss Amy R L. Reddish. T. F. How- j 00; "B", 56-95.; : "C", 76-85; "D" I}' J'n.''ill" Male\\'ill.if;.in Kli.ri.1ji, TII1'To i :. -.. ATTENTION

Adjutant T. A. Yawn Jr. reported -, church will have a turkey supper :, ':Mrs L. G. Powell All committee ,Coburn discued an article on ell.V. C. Powell Dan W Star- 7 0-75; "F", failure, and "i" orinr" 'I'.'I(.'I! itla, ,
: I Ira '. T. :: ', .
this week that the Post Thursday night Nov. 13. at the <' ,chtii: men gave good reports for Human Rights{ The meeting was ling Eugene Crosby. Marion D. j incomplete A grade of "in :Mill! .1. .1.\.1"\. ni'h,III.| .. :1-1\\',1 t .t, :-,,,! If You Have

has already signed up 200 members -: St. Mark's service center from the ppst month of the work they closed with prayer by Mrs.V.: G. Gassett Elton Sapp Frf.'eman'' c omplete" usually signifies that i Vi.l! t.. :Ill p. ,m'--> % flIng 'I'
: MI I u'm "r <'I. ,
for 1953 and had only 40 5:30: until 8 p.m. Also a Christ-,i :are doing Following the meeting Haile The Circle will meet with Register. Elliott Flynn, Joe Moody ': s ome assigned material to be com ; '1'. f.-l.v. :.:0'i.;:i .1 n. -ag,!i ,II|.111\,, .1| pl.r., ''i''rtI rtM> .II PINE OK (PRESS

proceed are for refreshments were served and asocial Mrs W. II. Smith in December. J T. Land. Frank L. Tomhnson P leted by a certain date withirhe "," ''"", 1 I. M' .1 hi .\i 11'.t., ?.::,

more to go before equalling the mas Bazaar. I t grading period was not fim-h !i''g :-1"' .... -,,n 1.1' |1'.1 U1: ,i.t I. TIMHEUTOSEU; ,
i hour was enjoyed.The ;, Carlton Davis. C. 11. Nasworthy. | r"1' .11. I l.'rJ.\, I ,"|I'.t.f'| (1 hlf

previous record membership of the building fund. I, Circle 2 met Monday at 3 p.m.in D L. Thomas. Paul Raymond '! e d satisfactorily, !, '. : ::1' '1'.1- I I.. i f:1.01:' I in P", l'II'-

Ida Dai'by circle met Tues- the home of Mrs A. F. Sauls. The student receives two grader "''I ','Ui't., : "'.. "I'.,.' 'I! 4 ''''i'in' Large or Small TractsWe
Fred HaWop Lawrence Wiggins.Guy U "ill I'? .n- 'h"1| ,,It.. .
aHllt" ii)
...1 iain) the home of Mrs W L. After a short business session by Harrell \einon Slade, Jay 01 each subject: Achievement ant! -.rim. d I" .i 1"\ f..rf".d, ,, ,',

I s .' ,,' I I''! .. ..1 '', , tiuif All
Andrews on Madison St. with! the chairman. Mrs J, II. Rjtch : "itizenship Attendance is alsc | 1'11.1' I. I"f'

\ WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE t twelve members and one visitor : Mrs J. B Cottrell gave an interesting tit.o.iy. 11 narked on the basis of 30) dayr I r
'*'r grading period. It should DC PRICES
piesent :Mrs N. O. )Maxwell article on "The Typical 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1LAVTEY

circle chairman, presided over the Day in a Deaconess' Life". Mrs r lomtt'd out that the student may WILL PAY CASH 0
iflBBH BBBSSaQERi Il'> at school but for
business! meeting. MIS Walters T. J. Griffin gave the devotional some reason
ZENITHRADIO %/ ;uoh as attending a class or ('011> For
Saw Write) Call
volunteered to meet with the Delicious refreshments were served nittee Logs or
meeting be absent from a
)people on Monday afternoon by the hostess.
>aiticular class. pm \voonTIMI1EU
I The
l li>' L. II. Hitch school urges
through: the month of November -
; .'
Circle 3 met at the new home of ( onfernnces between parents anc1eachers B. THOMAS
Mrs I..easton Wynn, LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAJ t. about the
Mrs. J. F. McComb on Blanding progress of
andTelevision prayer chairman. suggested that *!sach student A POM Card
I whenever Will Bring Me
Highway. After the business Iti-; Vole Cs .t Here convenent LUMBER CO.
0 I o'clock each morning be set To
win a place on the Honor '
The General Election held To See
session :Mrs A. Wood a 10U.
Sales aside for special prayer for all gave last Tuesda\ reated in- loll the student must receive ne I I'HONF :1MI 1 t .J 1 1I1.

mission work. :Ml.I. S E. Sparksgave short review of the study book more jrade below a "B". in all coins.- D. B. 'Dick' :, O. Box 73;)
and Service "The Kingdom of Coal". Mrs. A. tt-rest than usual Out of the 720 Thomas
Others taking -
the devotional. including
Citizenship in Stu.h : STRIvE. FLA
qualified t'le.ttlrs 475 made their ;
_-- ------------ I part were Mrs J. H. DuPie 'Z. Adkins gave an article from j[Jail.. F'awtr* Fla. i

Outlook. Mrs: Edith way to the polling place to express
Mrs. Inez I 12th Grade
\ Mrs I). W Moore.
Phone 166 their wishe for President I
224 N. Temple Ave.
Green. Mrs Walters and Mrs F. Lowell gave the devotional. Refreshments the .Earl Alvarez. Oliver Aspuiw\ ': Th_ __
on j jlire
J were served by the Kenneth Conway. Ann Cre-'t'! i -
F, Flume.
STAKKE FLORIDA Kquipmcnt: .Nivdtnl I
Refreshments served by hostess. The December meeting Benton Futch, James Ibm n..

--, II' #1 II ,_, I III' the hostess asssted were b> Mrs. T C. will be held with Mrs. O L. The Lawtey City Count met Johnnie Kopelousos David K.-'h'!!
Monday night with Chairman 11.
and Patsy Kucerallth ,
Chastain. r C: Kelly and Councilmen C. A. Mc- GradeJimniv Shoe

4 of the Methodist Swain and C. R. Whitehead pres : Cole. Ann Crosby, .1 InDansby SpeciaNsMe&s

_; ? -; T:7r: 44 y.rw'M' : The Doris Knight circle of the 1I LS.. C S. met Thursday evening 'ent. The usual business was Nancy Dupre Mary ,I hi. '

Baptist, : church met Tuesday evening transacted
and then the councilmen -
I Oct 30 at the home of Mrs Futch. Pauline Gay. A 1I111'!n! '

in the educational buildingwith 'Ma>belle Whitehead Lucy White present discussed the need for Green Frifda Green. Marcia !II! ,

MrDave Paulk. leader. some fire fighting equipment. Mr z'n.Iartha: -- __ u
Lamlrum. ,
'[ripened the meeting with theLord's Jin i iMoncrief.

I presiding. Kelly andfr.. Whitehead were Levy ,
Canova. Fl I
rEX--Sorry to hear you're In the TTTTTTTVVTVTTTTTTTTTTTT Prayer.
hoxintal afttr t\H"tll1\ your back MATTRESSESOF Mrs One Wiggins gave the de- During the business meeting the asked to investigate various kindsof Russell Crosby. Richanl 1.\\ i- .

war inf: floors You should have ,otional from the book of Psalms equipment and make a report. i| Kuhn Marshall Wayne Mali'h. Shoes
t.t club members were asked to try
akd tn we'd toM: ) <>u to K ALL KINDS
I'lat II-Kotp T'nn"Mr| Finish I I 1'nllowed with prayer bMrs. City I.lection: t CaHed: I 10th Grade
and find a small rug for the nursery I
got Home at Kami Home and Au- RENOVATEDFURNITURE 1 Kldon Hardy. The program was' Mayor O J. Anders issued an' Thomas Jay Alderman. I'm! ,
t" Supply and now my floors really Mrs. Vimng wants articlesfor '
Ipam. Dorothy .: i J?iven by Mrs J. T Lawson who order calling for a City Election'to Magyari Lester Prevatt. Mr\r IO1-Ul' rill
It was decided -
Brewster hospital.
1 (j-'ff 1 used as her topic "Awakened be held on December 2. Thereare Elaine Col-on. Dorothy C.ti.i\i! : .
i ii members will with
cash the help 7.95
Wi: WILL TIIXDB our money Hutcheson. -.5.
Patricia ,
:Nigeria Learns of Love Those three vacancies on the council Lawam .J"j
No lot too large.
for your jiet-ans I the Grdeons supper No8 with anna Lee
lion tOo small Let UH make you taking part were Mrs Lawson. and a Mayor. a Marshall and a
.. the of the Guild! :Mrs. Olson
II. I.rownlee.
an offer before you .sell help 91 h Grade
Clerk to bo elected Two of
Mrs hardy and Mrs.: J. E Hilde- are NOW
Jim Cha..tt't'n. 3tp 11,14
the Wesleyan -Doris
gave a report on Hische Jackie Hobbs .
Eleanor I
the councilmen terms ex-
Keupholstereri and .bran. Special prayer for the sick
Furnished caUn. 2 Service Guild.WCTU !. Kathryn Johns. B'tin.n
}'Or KKNT- pire have recently moved to i
Refinished : was given by Mrs. J. T. Lawson
rooms and bath. gas ran e. refrigerator I Jean Matchett. Irene
Ptarke. They J E. Jr. Metzger
and hoi water heater. I chairman. are : Wall ,
Uh and) oil heat PinchurHt ( ro- HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. I player Meeting and Sidney Shuford. The other' Harriet Jane Richarde Joann.Slade .
Mr" Frances Mis.
t'er, Ke> tone Highway 1'hfine Dansby. Mary Rivers .55
Box 2O Palatka, Fl Stubbins and! I.mlhr'
member whose
term expires is .:
17-Hl-l 3tp 11/14 1 Douglas and Mrs. Hazel Gayserved At Grady HomeThe Pearson Cox. '
..AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi.r.T 1I refreshments the Chairman II c. Kelly We have
FOR SAJ.F:..- wl'l't Yellow Lupine I heard no announcement as to who Sib GratlV LI

new!. Hairy I Indigo, new crop j. o nnon. JR.hI.ihl.I -oral hour.Dora WCTU met last Friday Thomas Booth .I' ,. -
I't' I'al'ula r.ahia & certified : .: tUHt will run for the above: places on Virgil Lee. Glen Sled j ,,, tI t-
I afternoon at the house of Rand Wood ) :
Southlatirt Oat teed liny early (',"fT"' : AMI HOGS Alderman circle with Mrs. the City Council but expect several Jr. Merrill Jerome Ed- :

before prhes K" up Seed drying \us- Mr*. S. J. Grady. Following the wards. Claire Jean MundMart 11:1 t rell
& <'leaning.-/. W lIalllllt'I.Br..nkt"r. I.UeOnk. Knrh \\ Ue.liiesila. H A. Lawson. leader. met with by next ,week. Van :

FU. tf Pnlntka Knell Thur.day' | Mrs J. A. Lewis Tuesday afternoon devotional by Rev. Grady. the C. D. O'Neil of K'oa was a' Landingham. Sandra I/ .
<;nlnf,.\lllr I'.m-h detailed Taylor.
Frlilay president. Mis Avery, gave a business Visitor to Lawtey last Steve Harden 1.11\ ,
'AXTEIfraduatl': nurne orlicensed PKOTKCT YOUR SECtMlITIES report of the recent state Jones. Thomas T Long, Ma-S: Jilt'l''
practical for generalduty Mrs G. P., Flynn. co-leader Tuesday. I
Doctor's Clinic Hospital Fireproof Protecto Security Box. convention in Miami A card of Pear Tomlinson. and WilliKiii E.K\-. BOYS9 SHOES
301 W. Call St. tark... Fla tf beautiful large heavy duty steel opened the ml'E'tingwith prayer. memberto Jones of Fernandma was Torode.

box $1025 plus tax: liradford Mr" H L. Hough program chairman cheer was signed by each in Lawtey speaking to friends

County Telegraph tf : be sent to Mis J. W. White. last Saturday afternoon ,'i 71h Grade ..
\MSTUKSS-riat'i sewing! and let-
brought an interesting Robert .-
a Itt'ra lion!!. Satisfaction guaranteed (FOK TIlE HUnaKT-MINDKIl. Bride who is still ill in Tallahassee Mi and Mrs Paul IHnkms, Jr. Cooper, Patricia H(,bb. -'
4er from missionary. Prayer
Price reasonable Mrs. Jean Moore. Glenda
-1(10 Engraved Wedding Invitations Underh.'l!
Flowers were placed in commemo- vf Anthony their
iverett 1'rescott. 1'j! miles from on fine rag-&..III..nt paper, \vns by Mrs. Morse Plans were were visiting I Virginia Dai'by. Ann 5.95

Starke on Lake Butler Highway onlv $16.9i; Bradford County ] made for community missions i at ion of the eight anniversary of rarents, Mr and Mrs. Paul Din- Landis Buie, Taylor,

10,10;, 6t lllU Telegraph tf I the death of Mrs. F. A. Scott for kins. and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Car- Judy Dankel. Gen-
work. ?2 was paid for a smallrhtUds ( Gibson. Archie Green. Pat ri.i
RADIOS REPAIRED whom the union i.s named t-r last weekend I :
KOK SALU-10 acre trait (SklnkejProperly supplies Pellum Burge Searing EllissStefanelli. : .: NOW
) on Kejkton Height( All Make* III Model.* Visitors at this meeting Mr. and Mrs. Raifotd Brannenof David Cano\a tn.1]
Jtoad Reasonable fur .:a>4h. .\. J. leanonablr charge Kuarimteed Nellie II. Doig. state par- Raiford were visiting in Law- Janice Labonte.I : .
('hlS.! ('. >iir.i'iiiiiiroa
Thomas Jr.. Agent H.-he'll '7 \v. fall St. Stark Ph. rt9 Church DirectoryTo liamentanan: Mm :Martha Mel! tey lat SumlAy afternoon I i

Be IssuedThe ton district and Gainesville president Mayor and Mrs O. J. Anders .\ KIMs, oiTIfK Size
-Quiete tjul. : i
comfortable -
'ii" H" 16" Concrete
FOIl SALK x x -
BI..k ISi. .adl. Plenty of -! apts, Holning of 3 and Mrs Lawhorn. also of ere business and pleasure visitors Tilt TF.I.KOKAI'H 4..49

:ilortur Mix and I'ement I'rad rooms each. Klectrlc I kltrhen Starke Ministerial Assol' a- Gainesville: :Mrs: Sthute a former in Jacksonville last Saturday.Mr. i
good buds space heater.. K. 2126Ladies'
lord Engineering Company Phone
tion. in cooperation with thl'Chambl'r and Mrs Horace Cox and
I India. and Mr1-
'4. tf Starke. take left hand dirt road(1'essent i rnissionarto \()'1I( I: ClI' IVUlIU'In
( road) at bridge on CallSt. of Commerce is planning Mrs Adel Pope were visiting their IIICI'i11lt: '
\\ ,I""n.hilt.. .! <.I! )P tines Farms. I'1'lhIhmI tIl
"onI.I': Suulbland oat seed for about 1 ml. to my sign at church card Mr and Mrs Paul Din- N '..<. i- In'n,1 li\ g!i\'n I Hii .. .
}\. \\iifgins.. Xt'w Ui\er, Fla. left side of road. Mrs. Carl to publish a directory .in.l :Mis HI.1, \'' "I') ukt: parents i untiliKtieil; 1111.1..1'| tin. "1'T, ,-

:1 t tchff 11/7 Wynn Apt!!. tf I lifting the names of the chinches: kms la't Sunday. I ',' 'ual'r 2u'>'>-. l.iw- of r ,' .,i

of Ptarke and the stated times of Mr and Mr*.. H E. Priest and .'.....:I'. ..( I l91I.! will Kilter" \\'.tii 'I|,.
FOR RFNT-Lu&'p. completely) furnished ; Fall Shoes
; I : lilt I'll. II't ''lt| t .. ',''1,
TOn SALK OK TILIJoTwo room hoiK-e. Keystone Ile'ghU sen-ices All churches wishing to Records BrokenIn Loraine Priest went to Mayportlast ..I' l lYailford 1''lIlIly. Ia\o. ..r I J': \
tottiiKe 12' x" 12': rooms lined electricity on Brooklyn lAke I..drle stoveand d.! .. *.
I Sunday to see the Tarawa. ::!'''n r. i i ipt" f iiiiii.f of piii, '' ,
and wateralue, $tmO.;; refrigerator Phone :S.W.S: : be included in this directory au tin; ,'. 'I.! this ".11.', the f. I ,1 i' ,

\\ould like to trade for propertv Jacksonville or write Mrs Throw- quested to get the informationto Mr. and Mrs Arthur Robelen. ....t:... f M'lfkirv...r\ iin,|I. 'I

near Starke or I..iutey, Locatedon T. Box 3211, Jacksonville. FUifohc. of who have been on the road with ;' 'in '! "'.. .Hi MK.D,. 01 1 i i .t.m., .., .1 Were Up To ,
Mrs Marion Howe. secretary
cement highway 1 mile fromGeorgetown. / Here ,
Voting 4'"' !-;. I.au"" :"! .- H. 1.1.| ,
Pa 11 miles from Brothers Circus for the ,
I the Chamber of Commerce, not Roger Kut'X .I..ht.I ." '01 I I. \i I 1-.
large Kebuta Chemical Works. v(lit P.KNTffi,'. building i ]
on i S'.trk.l1.., 5.95
i last four have retired and
Lots of work available :Mrs.' T..ml.levl'nul' near But Station later than Saturday. Nov 8. seasons '
I lIal.! I oil III:1 d. \ I \os...Mll, ..T I Ii
Florence Skeens, Kt 1 aeorgetown. Alan 3r"11o'al'l'. J, T. t1I11:1..v"I/ (Cortiiiu.. fimii' one returned to their home in Lawte)'. A"l I I'-'i.1: a'' v. ... lr..It.r.. I / ,4 i: .
Pa 4tchic. 11/14 I I < "
During the time they have been '.UIit \ Florid
TURKEYS READY come tcOpaFs Brown 14 : fi i ila I'
UTl'NITMake xxtra money Gilbert the Rooseeltilkie contest in with this circus they have traveled
all part time or full time solicitor Turkey Farm Florahome : -
15.000 mile- used NO)49
ajxl xaleMiian or saleswoman hell Fla. for a nice young: turkey for 1940. some They a The C irriiif < unit ..( rioriil.i 1

ing Ilosplt.iliz.itIon. MeduMl. (Care our special dinner. Visitor wel). Opens Station The control of both houses of house cir converted from a former r.UIilh radioed Jo.lii-i.il ( Ireal. .. In \mKnr i
and Ij"a"ility Income Insurance In I hall-
f-T well known and established come. tf-chg .- Congress will also pass into Republican Ft. Myers city bus. It is now .....,. H ? LAW if
Gilbert Brown longtunc eirp'oe
( ,
Florida I'isuranee ComJ>:!n)'. parked at the home of Mrs Roobelen's In r'' "!t"IHi".f) .M,ir\ I I' i
'.. Standard Oil Co in hands as a result ofTupsl1ay's Fr.I'IklIn.) inf f ,
ChiM.x. > .ur11 lime to workHoiisrwies ,FOi of the 'I! :intOTH *
: T.I'Olh' -1"1'r"onihoii parents. Mr and Mrs Henry .
ran make $;'0.00 per .. with t\\'> loi-" on r.o"MI'r ...1'tlJ'hl Star'he, will become a service sta- balloting The GOP >.. .. K 1 ,
"rrk anti more I in spare: timetraining A. Hill just west of the Lawtey I- ,Tp 1 1. I I ,, .i
and "lur: sr .I i I. :-:01:>l. .
"\ f'mergf'dth a net gain of 17 to
furnished l h.y when he I.n.'nv. !
liMi-ir "examination and companyf Kales, lt"x 707 :,ti hg I ll I 1 1l'ILTII"lt u tion operator give them a total of 49 Senate City limits. They: covered mostof ., ,. -. ',. > I

Truinlng furnished bv company opens Gib Brown's Service Station the western half of the United I''tu.v Ii.I* i I.. | h. i
": 'rAT4 .1|: :SVLi: ; -- seats 8 bat e majonty will .... '. I
training Write box JJ-C.' A\e Thisis They : t\ : Hi1" I t.\ !
Pratt St. & Temple If'
tark"1 4 hl'.lr..IIh"I1"". pins I"I..t.i .\1J : at States during their stay with the: .
K'>" age experieme (not for $6, ;00 Phone I S'-W or wrIte occupied have: a sligMly: larger majority in 'll .1 Ulf. .1|J. uI h.1. .. :,,' i i"TIlt'
the station formerly .
..an" i and w briber Interested Intime .' cntu1-, I II'"i' .1 :\1.,n x I Ii d. '
parr 01 full ,." itit'n. I \V.. Prather. 1020: Orange (ir-i\e 1 the House. i iiii'i.. 't li\ 'I] '
| t V. South Pisedina Calif tf l>.\' Monk DmkmsMr i : a\I SIOrl' I
I ,
:t 1l'I4 | alf I 'I I' '01! RiObbIi4tlJaS
I i Brown i U a lifelong tesident !! Ansv\ ,' ,. ., ,
,FOU RL1'f.'oul' 40 & 8 Members
room h"ulIl' and 1 .
szi.e: MOM'lilt !Mlll' i: '1'' '": I I ai.le land on mail and school but. of Bradford County and his many BOY SCOUT NEWSLast why -. | iI I, (flLiLs'.
>: tonal) company offers reliablepartv 1 I i gran' ; fI
"n ur.. tuturt' s. rMiingroute route! .house h-ic new aobeotoshlngles. friends will wish hem well in his Will Meet Here I tI'.fl.i' .
electricIty and running
Saturday att<' the I uil'l:, '
.I vending in u'nine- This rnc.on '
I I Her t;
I 1M$: !not per nuts month So selling possible requiredt' i part. 1 I i I den Mien hifkniR" at. Setrt-r's or pigs ,''' atr-I. I1I'ox I IAV I II Box.' Scouts as-enjbled at the Scout V.uuiie. I I.' ..ill: :No 1388 La, ', l'(1. ,'1 tti...f"rol.'lIll' I 1.. . 'in. .tnk i ... 'J"'2.11', .I Ir
"I' at n! .
time full turn more Car and :I ) 32.: out road :.oo\ I It, units I1XUB S\LK Hut and then went all over town, So...lete (!II''' tit Honimes et 'I .. I.. i iI' : ,.--- ,.,
$MH) ijuired vvhub j-.ecurcd b ; ) '. I N _uItIF------- ::2.mmrY
> turi left .. tI :
i on p-rvled roa.3 Rib -
inventory. This will stand sin. tl 1 I house on left The Women of the Presbyterian ; posters on doorknobs: Chevaux will hold regular

!investigation Por titerview In lip I I'nl Church will hold a bake sale Sat- urging the people to come out and 1 monthly' promenade next Thur : J-------_ -- .-:: .._ .. ,- -- -
-- E"TP.'b --"""
) ur own with factory -
representative --- -----
R\I.J.-'i'C full blooded hoim.lpuppies vote in the Gt-neral Election. at the tarke Americani
ituliide phone and address Hay IIwllcl Mii'olleKt\ .. uula\ morning starting at 9:30. day night

In, application IMPKllt: I snrke np o'clock in front of Kites Electric At the la"t meeting ..Charle!i Legion Hall. according to Chief ..1 Ie
SIFtS" \ ixt'v. !MS Cot dfelbm

St Lois 1!. Mo lip "";
Srnwinn hull! Cbillem I ;, r I Io.,.\i,,. Assistant Scoutmaster and Fredd r The "40 & 8" is generally kn<,\\"
KOI) NIV t imi. Walk i lioand ill\ Kt.l and -ellow Q
with I I. iK.P.iiMle \ -
? .. Dr. Christoffers Stevens as the Honor Society as w.'l'!1 i H
"I >' = !OIII."J'.I 1 luhgA : N.I; 23'1: ;| 1 P..Tiirn t. .I..* was appointed Senioi

I.. .. or call !tS l K, ..rI ,.i 1. r. \ *XT'P.'ahi.r :Must I., p.r- : II II Opens Offices
n "on! I..hlc.llt.'r is and a The Boy Scouts Legion and is composed of Lepoiinitres '
are t I
lu h'b....,) Kraduate. >\hue t\ \\XTJ.I'--J\Ih: \
man or \\'''111n At KeystoneDr who have rendered di tin THE OPENING OFtvI
t. \ '.: ; I U. P.radforl ('n T-t" to sell Health ..lll.1,1., nt drive for needy children. II r
1t'' (p'' iti'hi; to the Legion The
nsur.nie K\rellent
iti have old
piip. ''11flr hasopt'lIt'd you any toys lease cal j
.* nereHi>ary. \Vrtie for i'int"i.nt ; l"onald1. Chnstoffers tuo rJiief of La Souttt
1'11 iI'XTi'.nv.. 'nt drt ual'1 159 and leave ml programs
nil "- to O'strut your a\ dress anc
M..miag.m p ut office in Keystone
I I' ".': (maine thite roomsind: }''x 6< Hrooker Fli an ; are "Child Welfare' and l 'Lr'orMemberhip" ''
.. _itp the Scouts will come by and get t SERWCELhJ
b h u IK" VS.I .tlll'!"" ". ( n.' Heights for the general practice of D
and : hrn rooms \!U .'..nvt >ii< ntai '-111: laXT-o'urni"b..d t. thc.T.; and it does an mi'''
,.i I'. .t-,'n.llolo'I \\ 3ta.t.: '.nS ?I -uroom niedume: His new office recently .
apartment. "Il Chui.-h standing job in
and Midi-
Geriy Gibson Scribe I DrOWn
'I"i tj! son Sts Mm Kittv Andiew- equipped with the latest modern S
Voiture No 1388 draws its :T 'I':
.' lunar!: medical aids. adjoins the Keystone STATION
) II. ..tI.E4. >ir >|. .tted i'ola ill. bers from Alachua. Union G 1
(1na sownd 7 shoats S..wK '.': office: MTICH
M.T. T.\Kfo: ( .lf. of .'hildrenw Heights post .
'. :I'd. pig cad In regkt.-r. ti!!I bile mother christ. Clay and Bradford Our
works ir shop ,
.: nanii S.''1 I or all. !! 1! V ill also bibv't Vis ('. :M Dr. Christoffers received a B. S. To whom it may concern: ties and its roster contains th

( WI" \\i iKht, Jr I\\II. v K'lhn. I*. O fox MSt\ degree from the University of
:.ip: tl i 'I I my friend in Bradfon I names of 20 Legionnaires f! IIn: TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYOUR
4tPll'S Florida and later graduated from
County who a few weeks pas t Starke Post 56.
F'I.' o M t-- i' ':' P...'n I:".. 1.T--l-'un "l'il'I" ,l businesst the Emory Medical School in At-
t "n $l5n ..I' w in i tl :ule f"',. ,. Klngsley: Croi'crv i Parade were asked for money in my behalf All Voyageur are coidalh in. cobras
.1 d' anvthinK \ .il m.tIl. L > lanta. He served his internshipat
s;, '!1'. I'd vTK ." ,'. t. .. leOVitl.! sell eitIipn. -it -ep- : evidently the person' wh<:3 vited to attend this Promenadet
--elv l..". T.lit,').I)'. Tox Duval Medical Center and is at collected this
'.?:. UP money was doing i Thursday night
F'II.! SAI.K-llouand y a.ret > present associated with Riverside for his own benefit because :[
chi: .i'nl water in h..u-e $l.t'4 i i J ". <\1 i: IINT-I'-irurnishea five room in Jacksonville.
"- h "r $ 00 down and ba'a-ice! $2::> r>on"e and :\th. wIred for electric Hospital learned of it from a friend of mint PROMPT PATRONAGE
p' m..nth at 6"; interest I'. -t.\ Dr. Christoffers is a member of
.. :: e on 10th = t l<\' Vi.'k Fruit who visited me from Lawtey Ttm:;
tiom CitI n.ut- rUt f Machines anA Portable
r oSt Stand. See Ni c'k. $13:; month Adding
i Nu social fratern.ty. Alpha
,rke. just off :Jut. Pot :2!, )Ho; sigma act was as done without my know-
j ItchgMMOE rjp('\\ rUns' oM on time.-Bra J.
lilt :!tl' 11 1.F(1 medical fraternity
Kappa Kappa
ledge or any participation by myself 'ord County TpleJmlPh.I PROD
for HE"'Ti and Phi Sigma honorary society.
S\LF-Tw Ii x !9 f l.re rue i, hedroorn mivlern tile hath.Central I SERVICE APPRECIATED

1. 4 x: 10 fibre ru*. 1 radio phono- testing ..ir cooled F\erv i He served five years in the U. S. Please
traph 1 bed and sprinp 1 *e t 'hinff furnished linen accept rr.y deepest apolo
enT.. lopedl.i (1:> vol> John 11:. 1.lvinaroom.$ dinette except: kitchen Army during World War II, much i gies and just consider the sourci

5' i.,UK. Kt I. fNix 6". sta-ke Itl|.f, P'ntrv.' very large cl.cet.. Apply: of it in the Pacific Theatre !' of such an act and go on fron W. C. T. U.i .

.r.sr-Tan bill fold Friday. ('let.u I ." .lonial. FlorUt. Nona St. Phoic.I. tt In 1917 he was married to Patricia l there as you like. i

'\ hetween Starllntr- Grocery aniStefanellN ::1 Ann Harris of Atlanta. : \\KOMi TO GIVE OVF/S
Contain .I This was prepared and wnttei]::1 Pratt St. And
monev ani 1V 'I-n-ltOC"al man 21 TO 4tt( for Temple Starke Fla.
ninerPlease rdurn' to Mrs I.i !' !'>"al Per-.i-Crtla route Writ'I;p They have two children. | by Henry Bennett for my father:.1{ NEIGHBOR: DKINK HAB. ,

Emlie Uhodeti. Hull npt',npt .. hint <:J3 A. Bradford County Trie-'I, He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. i| C. B. Brownie 2:15. .
( Bennett.
Xo 4 Iti,? graph. itp' Bert Christoffers ) .. .. .. '__ __ ..__

1 I of KeystoneI -(signed) Henry Bennett '. --rJ-I___________. ______.-- --'. -T--' ---U1L. _--- --"- ,- "" ""' ___ ._ ., -.. ;'
I Heights.


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