Bradford County telegraph
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03194
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03194
 Related Items
Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text
-- -
;-- ., -

., \ e _


Yonge Julian C (X ,

U of F, Library Fla Historv



: Official County Publication Established In 1S79Vl.VME


t Huggins Named Tornadoes Meet /'Youth Indicted

New Farm Agent Jackets TonightIn

Polaroid 1-Minute Photos by the TelegraphAt -

Legion Presents In Father's Death
left Post CVnniander Bill (ir.iham is seen prfM-nting classroom For BradfordG Ancient City

flags to Kenneth Conway, presirfufft of BUS Student Council. l'resent

To SchoolsArmistice with Graham are Legionnaires Larry Gibson Ben Su..lu"IiI( Ha/en.
Flags T Huggins of Macclennyha
John Grew, C. S. Partin, S. i:. Sparks, T. (i. :Mitchelliiu Kronenberger been named The Tornadoes will be away An indictment for :ocond decree murder was ivtun I ,
county agricul-
,A_ ,J. Thomas, .Jr., J. O. (lay and II. P. Morgan. At right, tural agent for Bradford County from home tonight. encasing! the Cases late Monday afternoon by a Bradford County grand ,
Yellow Jackets at St. Dowling
Day was highlightedIn J.V.. Yeoman district manager of WOW i is "'I"I'n presenting a medal and will assume his duties hereabout t, KrtterlinUjS against: (rah in i Edward Mount 15 year old Lawtey y .u'I ,
in the out of town
Bradfor County by the distribution ,I for proficiency American Historj to la\id Kelly of Laute). looking Dec. 15, it was reported following \; trip cf the season. The favored charged; i v. ''r fhr fata'ahli.ui.r! l ;! cf his father E. M. 1a lil:\< > .
of 108 to each
flags one on are Jerry (ia), loa| WOW secretary, and I*. .M. Herndon, WOW j a special meeting of the Jal'kel.ill meet a Tornado squad Are ", qua/rt;, nere lastJD: I 1"
class room in every school in the i I Postponed _
county by American Legion I field manager.the i Board of Counfy Commissionersheld i eager to avenge last season; 19-7 i", case: was set foi,

here Tuesday afternoon.Mr. defeat. r *' '' ->'.IlY. Nov. 20. at 9.i:! ,

Post 56. j invocation. Kenneth Conway, president of the Huggins is at present serving -I So far this season tile Jackets W E ..Bilh 1111\\ !Ihj; "," *: .' witnesses will be: n.M I.
Presentation of the flags was W. H. Graham, post commander 1 Student Council. .
Armis- : as county agent in Baker have won 6 and lost 2. while the Starke auto dealer slate.1! J.;' C: E. F. Conway Dan I IIVirt '
made following the annual introduced Rev. Thos. I III
G. Mitchell.who I A medal for proficiency in'
in Memorial County. He had previously been : Tornadoes have a 5-2 record. Last on trial here Thursday :morning -j 4 : Blount Sheriff 1' i ifo
Day program spent three years in the South i American History
11 II was presented connected with this type of work week Ketterlinus gained a 39-20 on charges of obtaining '>..mev >it.4i.! Dr. pete G. I-Y .,
Stadium. Tuesday morning at Pacific as a Navy chaplain in to David J. W.
I Kelly by Yeoman. in Polk and Duval Counties.Huggins' I win over Seabreeze.The : under false pretenses ,i'eredRiverside vv ( Arline, Ira S. Smith i '<

o'clock. I World War II. Rev. Mitchell I district manager WOW. Jackets are a power team, Hospital, Jack.-. \ ''lit- at '' Brogdon.

The BHS Band played the national -I spoke briefly on the significance After the ceremony here Comj > appointment will fill a ld by ace ball-carriers Bruce 11:30: Tuesday.
p.m. ; '
vacancy that was left here following true bill the ,
while the was Armistice : grain t ;
anthem flag of
j Day. j mander Graham and his committee and i
Pacetti Buzzy No-vright. When the first of the I _
: Ixwinycases ,
i- .I i
the of T. K. Mc- that the
resignation .
being raised after1 which taps was I At the close of the boy" "
program. visited every school in the county Operating from the single wing. I was called Thur-d.n >rn

sounded by Levy Canova. Jr. S'I, Commander Graham presented and presented each with a flag! for ; Clane, Jr. several weeks ago to Quarterback Buzzy is a sharp ing one of Dowling's attorneys ';i\' -'lily and feloniously and win''.

F. Sparks. Post 56 Chaplain, gave flags for each BHS classroom to every classroom. become executive secretary of the :I passer and Pacetti is the long: Zach PCIflet> rating an act immmfni' ,
Florida Farm Bureau with head : Douglas of Jacksonvillestaled ( .. tjaut'-nnis to another and evm
The Jacket line is
quarters in Orlando. The delay. range passer. I that the defendant was not a n-iuived! ; mind
Masons To Use from end to end. regardlessinn..IM
Keystone Election Jaycee MeetingI in the appointment to fill the vacancy -;I In their 32-0 victory over St I present by and Webster read Mrntt a statementsigned M r- life, although without ,

New Soon was occasioned by a disagreement -I Leo last week the Tornadoes unleashed Mniitated, design to effect : '
Temple stating that Dowling was under
between the County : an early and! very effective ''I"f any particular IndiM.ln.i

Set For Dec. 2A .The local Masonic Lodge will Is RescheduledThe r Commissioners and the Florida : passing attack, scoring on'', his"The care duration in the of hospital his staunnoi and mat ".5 !II! one Edward M. HI..IIi !!

have open house in its newly completed Extension Service as to McClane's the third play of the game when : -' ihhing and cutting him \\"i' I,
be estimated at the present time "
Temple on West Call St. successor. : Shorty Norman passed 20 yardsto 5.5 I S
slate for the city election to : Dr. Merrill stated that Dowling
Sunday afternoon, N'ov. 23. The organization meeting fur a At the meeting here Tuesday Delano Thomas who went 30 !"*h' incident occured ai I I Pits'
be held in Keystone Heights, Tuesday local of the entered the hospital upon" 'he
public is invited, and further details chapter Junior Chamber afternoon F. S. Perry District more for the talley. Holding St. ,rkiIce Co., apparently an: t th> '

Dec. 2. was anno.mced M- will be announced next wef-k. of Commerce will be held in Agent with the Extension Service I I Leo on downs, the Tornadoes, on recommendation of Dr H H ;rvsult of an argument over c.tmint
lowing a special meeting of the the j Adams of Starke.
The first meeting to be held in here Thursday prf'sentE'1iIr.. Huggins who outlined i i the third play. again after the Calvin Rthvard Blount ; a piece of ice to the Bloim-
: Council Tuesday I |i Douglas also read t 1\\"
Keystone night.H. Nov. Attorney
night 20. at 8 according '' called on Prevatt who toss-
p.m punt
the new Temple will be the regular his qualifications for the automobile. Witnesses state t tn.nthe (
1... Morgan. Jr. submitted: his to I | following statement from Dr
an announcement yesterday ed a pass to Gene Shaw. the play
communicalion on Monday. Nov. position, and expressed confidence Blount told his son
resignation as Councilman in order I Adams: "I examined W. E. Dowl-
i 54
24. A class of candidates will by Doyle E. Conner. in his ability to render efficient covering yards. Arson Trial Set carry the ice to the ear but t th-
to qualify a a candidate: for The formation of the Before the end of the first I jag at his home Tuesday night.
Bradford period
II receive the Master's Degree and a service in the county if employed.The I boy refused to do so until thr
Mayor. Incumbent Frank Scott County Jaycee unit is being the Tornadoes scored againI I Nov. 11, and I thought it was advisable I
picnic dinner will be served at spon- Commissioners I automobile was moved clos.'rthe i i
who has held the ]>cst of Mayor i 7 p.m.All sored by the Jacksonville chapterand into executive session and then went after I when Thomas gathered in a punt to send him to Riverside !! For November 19I 1 platform.It .

for several years did not offer-j officials from there will be : I on his 40 yard line and streaked Hospital for treatment under Dr.
Master Masons and their ,
discussing the matter al some is stated that the father thenbegan
for reelerUon.lor 1l L* unopposed -j present at the I 60 yards more for a score only Webster Merritt. He has arthritis I
here. Also
wives, together with Eastern!' Stars j meeting .. the who
Commissioner slapping youth retaliated
for the office jFive j attending will be Clyde length. Prevattmoved I j to have it called back, and the of the spine and the length of the Horace W Cam Graham
and their husbands are i invited Simpson : : "r wasarraigrwd
that Mr. be by thrusting his pocketknife
candidates qualified as i state vice Huggins employel. I| Tornadoes penalized for 12 men stay in the hospital will probably in
covered president of the Circuit Court here.
and requested' to bring a Commissioner Into his father's stomach
Jessie Chas-
competitors for the thive vacancies organization.All I on the field. he one to two weeks. It is my
dish for the dinner on Nov. 24. thIn seconded motion Monday and pleaded: not guilty to The elder Blount was
the which ., pronounceddead
forthcoming on the City : St. Leo drove to the BHS 10 I opinion that he is physically unai I,
men the between that
young county ;I charges he "aided, counseled,
!. arrival at
Council. They are: C. J. BastpJn, I the of 21 and 36 pass'l in the second quarter. but a stub- >le to attend court." upon a
ages and Arlie
are procured" Broughlon
Fred Dodd, Walter Kin?. John :! Earll'rIN: tin born and alert defense held and II Douglas asked for a continuance.' an hour after the in<-uienioccured.
i invited to atten-1, this
Pecan Prices meeting. 1 and Calvin Starling to burn a '
Powers and Wm. S'prel1.'. I' ,\t the regular meeting of the threw them back to the 20. After: of the case, and Judge John A. H. building containing tobacco be- The.. knife had appai.-n'.

Another contest in the offing :l Board held here November 3 the the half started, the defense forced, I! Murphree reset if for Wednesday,' | I{ ly severed a main artery
: longing to Jeff Davis and his son
jI; that for the post or city tax : HG Bowlers following took place: I SI. Leo to punt and the Tornadoes -I Dec. 17. Basil. | Calvin was waived out of juii-'
Show .
StrengthThe wasted little time in scoring, diction of the juvenile emir
collector. Mrs.! Sarah McDonald The salary of the :Supervisor: of At his arraignment here Mon The case was set for tnal at i

and Carson F. Wieland qualified Ready To Begin Registration was fixed at $i5 per | 1'revatt going the final 25. Gene! day. Dowling pleaded not guilty tc I'1 ; 9:30: a.m., Wednesday. Nov. 19. i I Juvenile Judge E. K. Permna'i

Shaw scored again, just after the that he followed the
candidates! for this | ,; slating pn-
ai po.n of obtaining monei
first pecan auction of the month and that of the courthouse five charges Broughton and Starling pleaded

Offices which did not draw a current season held at the State Th.. Humphreys Gold Corporation janitor at $166 66 per month. I! 4th quarter started. from 7 yards i under false pretenses, and one in. : guilty to charges of burning theI cendent set by other juven. '

contest (only one candi-it' qualifying Farmers Market here Nov. 6 saw Bowling League will begin its Sheriff's I out. The final score came just: 1 formation for issuing worthies! when judges in cases involving rh.iii'-'
Deputy bond for A. E. i before the end when the backfield I j building they were arraignedI mllrdt'r'Special
) are: city tax msessor. W. 20,221 pounds of nuts sold at an 1952-53 season on Wednesday.Nov. : check. of
McKinney Jr. in the amount of i down on St. I..eo'I' I before Judge A Z. Adkins herer

M. Beam: rity (clerk M. I* Bl'as-I I average of 22 1-4 cents per pound 19. and will extend through $1.0)0 wa approved. i 7 yard bogged line. Two of these cases were set fo!!r last July 23. Their sentence was

ley; and town marshal.V.. .1. Der- to bring growers a gross of March 1953. trial Thursday morning, but or ; I The ',, The bill of Attorney H. V. j Thomas on 4th down faded bach I "taken under advisement" pending
mody. $4,467.01. *. Leogue this season i is composed : definite starting time has beer I
Knight in the amount of $600 for to pass was seemingly trapped b} the outcome of the charges against Dates AnnouncedFor
The Incumbent clerk. ('. H. Ha. I i Volume at the first sale fell of nine teams representing scheduled for the other four. 1
I I services rendered in condemnationsuits a swarm of St. Leo Lions cut: Cain.
berstroh. will not be a candidate 'considerably short of 1951's first the following divisions of the Monday in court was consumed Nat'l. ForestFlorida
.! against American Oil Co. and across field, all the time going- The arson occured late in the
since he recently moved outsideof !' i j sale which brought 35,615 pounds plant: Mining M. R. Raggett ; with arraignments and th : E. J. Dowling et al back up field, criss-crossed agair:l afternoon of July 12 when Brough-
the city limits. of nuts to the market here. The ; Captain: Electric Shop Mike' was approved investigation of murde::r sportsmen willI i >- <
grand jury
for and started down the far side 01 ton and Starling were seen to
payment I' I
Water Rate SetA I average price paid growers lastweek Funderburk.; Captain; Dry Mill by the State Road charges against Calvin Blouat. lowed to participate in conn* H. i
the field for dirt. Earl Alvarez gasoline the floor of a
: over
Department to pay pour
R. 'be ,
special meeting of the Council -' was slightly stronger than R. Shannon, Captain: Zircon I charged against Judge John A. H. Murphree 1 hunts on an estimated 75.000 a.'i. ,
; playing an outstandingI log house, toss! a lighted! match
gasoline tax
Mill J. L.
was held November 3 for thf' the 19 1-4 rent average paid in I Chitty Captain; Maintenance revenues accruing to the I Ir 1 presiding. declared a recess OVPI r of the Osn-ola National Koi---t t
the credit of I all night keji I inside the building, and then make
Bradford 1
; Brady McLeod. County.
purpose of passing an ordinance 1951.The Captain i block that sent Thomas on hi; !: Tuesday, Armistice Day but pro- their get-away. Stored inside the Wildlife Management Ar:,. si-
Wet Mill T. ; Representatives of the ,
second sale was held Thursday ; C. Dempsey. Florida
setting water rates to b* t"hargedj j : i way, running all the time will:l ct'eding'f're rf'sumed"ednesdaJ 7 house was! some 9000 pounds of cording to an announcemt-m h\
Captain Service Equipment Co. and of the
Nov. 13 but figures were not ; J. R. Rogers I Florida-
by Keystone Water Works Co. in with the trial of Carl I hunt director f"l>i
i terrific speed and deierminalion. morning flue cured tobacco: belonging to ; John S. Croft,
Captain: and Georgia Tractor Co. outlined
Engineering C. J. the
available time. ; -
accordance with a recent conrt !; at press ;Malone, Captain. I need of i Ronald Patray booted two extra Cone on an information for larceni]r. the Davises, with an estimated the Game & Fresh Water "Kii \ ,tji
Plant dirt-loading and
Vern Slater of the City i equipment :
order requiring the Council!! to 'obile.j I
points and Thomas' try was good ( of aulorr i Commission in this areaS
market is handling the job of j Bowling:: sessions will he held attriek1and'.i ,! offered to submit offers if and]I I : value of $5.000.
fix rates at figure that would I session t()
a but the Tornadoes were penalizec II j The Wednesday came
'. auctioneer here this year.The Landing Kingsley':, when the Board cares to consider' Open dates for this special I "I''
allow the company a icasonable | for offsides. On his second attempt an abrupt halt, however when i l AN EXriAXATIOX: )
; Lak on Wednesday and Friday t them. trolled hunting will be from II,20 \
return on Us! Investment. The i price range on the 15 he was trapped as he in-I I mistrial was declared on ground:
nights; of each week at 7 p.m. E. R. Carswell. th I The Telegraph egrets any misunderstanding to Nov. 29 with the first three
varieties of nuts offered at the presenting !
court held that the company wa* j i tended passing for the extra pointSTATISTICS | that the State had made use o:

entitled to a return of at lea.tspven first sale here are as follows: The plant Social Club is donating -. Florida Highways magazine, re,i; j Improper testimony The case!| arising' from court i days open and no Sunday hunting, ;

I': \\'url..t l'riee Range! : prizes for the League as fol. l quested the Board to take spac'I BUS St. L I reports in last week's issue concerning i Legal game will be all !tame huMs
per cent on Its<< book valuevich I 'I I was reset for MondayThe 1 I
'I tixt'd IS 1-2 25 ; lows: Bost learn $30; Second: ; in the Inaugural Issue of thai: downs 10 5 a case on the docket and animals except beat pant h.-!
been shown Carlton
had ta in
\ be ex- II ; I case of James Monroe '
rpqS of 13000. !I Curtis 20 25 1-2 i, bet team $20; Best individual I I publication, commemorating th! Yards Rushing 207 45 charged with non support 01 r against Mrs. V. L. Starling. The 'and turkeys.

: $10 Best I I name was reported correctly as
Money :Makers 20 23 1-2 average ; single game completion of Temple Avenue! 104 24
Yards passing; minor children. was also set foi r' Hunter shooting in this iu r' .,
The following minimum rates I Prt'sldl'nt 20 23 1-2 I $5; Best three-game total $5; J i widening project. The matter wajJ I Passes 2 9 I i carried on the court records, but

were set' by the Council: Domestic. I, Stewart 21 26 Highest average number of strikes i J laid over for further discussion. I 2 2Fumbles Wednesday. but called off whet.l' i the Mrs. V. L. Starling referred to must purcnase a special $") 1"It
i Passes complete
$2.50 per month for first! :: Seedling 19 -. 20 1.2Ranthil pr game $5: Highest average, i II 3 2 I the defendant changed his prev < in this instance is Mrs. Lillian stamp in addition to their l r"g III.! > '

7.00C gallons; 'Commercial. $2..">0 18 21 : number of spares per game $5. I t Fumbles lost 3 1 i j ious plea of not guilty to a plei l 1 Starling and not :Mrs. Vollie L. license and they must check in and
for first 7.000 gallons; Industrial. Kennedy: 23 1-2 24Mayhan I Builders I J 0 4 !I of guilty as charged. Starling W.- regret any em-

22.50 for first 100.000) aUon.' t 29 1-2 J 32 1.2 i Punts ; Others entering a plea of guilt}p barsment that; might have been out of rtr-ignated checking "t( i
Tax 31
I Discount 1 Av. dist. punts! 0 arraigned lions which will,I! I tw :N; !'O,
Supply Observes ; when were: ) opi-n[
Cut-In charges for new water Moore 19 1-2 i Penalties 25 25 occasioned (h, to \this cmm' i(lefile

connections were set as follows: I Succt's..q 22 261"roscher j jI Charles M. Ritlenhonse am 1 of identical initials at G a I in,;
: Now I K Squad WinsI
4 Per Cent I '
Edwin Steel.
charged ---- --
6th --- -
27. Ralph
:>-4 in. pipe, $40; 1 in. pipe. $62.- Anniversary I The Tornado B Squad defeated

:SO; 1 1-4 In. pipe. $72.50: 1 1-2 in.! Schley.. 26 26 1-2: Tax Collector J. R. Kelly reports r t\I Palatka's B Squad 25-6 Wedne- breaking and entering Bishop Branscomb Will AttendANNIVERSARY

pipe, $IH; 2 in. pipe. $95. I Van Demon 25 1.2 1 that property owners are hurrying, :' The Starke Builders Supplies i! day afternoon over there. Bobby' Eddie Risby two information,
It that the cost of Unknown :20 22: first and C. W. for aggravated assault.
was agreed : on Washington St. is this weekem I : Ferguson tallied
i to take advantage of the four pel 'I J. C. McNeal and Guy Starling:;
meter, meter box, pipes, valves (celebrating 6th anniversary am 1' Slade and Townsend Strickland' METHODIST! EVENT

fittings other appurtenances and; Rotarians See :, cent discount. allowed during November -, also the completion of its en. scored on passes from Pat Bowers. charged with larceny of goats.
labor would be included in the Color MoviesColor on real estate and per larged. completely remodeled re_ The last touchdown came on a' Mrs. Lillian Starling. charge j. The First Methodist Church of
with forgery and uttering a for
above cut-In charges and that ttonal property taxes. fixtured. re-stocked and greatl;f' quarterback sneak by Thomas i Rtaikc will observe: it> S9th Anniversiry -

no metfr deposit would be re- motion pictures of a summer .-! Bradford taxpayers save severalr I expanded store.Photographs. I Moore. gery. John :McCauley,. Sund\;,\ morning. Nov
The cast against ;
quired. vacation trip through the NCA\ i thousand dollars of the atlractivi f' Next Tuesday nieht a; 8 o'clock I II : 16. with Bishop John Bran comb.
annually by larceny, wa 5
pay. charged with grand
England stales and Canada wert store and Its personnel are con. j Palatka will be here for the Tor- 'I re-ident bishop of the JacksonvilleArea ,
: ing the bulk of their taxes in November nolle prosequi.

Recent Birth ; shown at the Rotary Club Wednexday tainetl in a large advertisment ii'11' nado B's last game Their present -' as guest: speaker at the 11 h1S

Mr. Kelly said. He :; record I U 3-0, having defeated,, Defendants in the following no;11 '
by Col. J. A. Griffin oj. urge section two of this issue of thi e. I j o'clock service.

Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Willis of Camp Blanding. I all taxpayers to do likewise. : Telegraph. iAs ;; Fletcher R Squad 12-0 I last week. support cases were not in custod:Y ,' Bishop Branscomb!' elected

Nichols announce the birth of a Johnny Kopelousos editor of thE I In December the discount drop:; a special anniversary feature'" i i I i of the court fcnd were placed o B: to the episcopacy at the I out h-

daughter, Barbara Elaine on Nov. BHS yearbook, and Ed Prevatt, to three per cent. In January twc, Carl Johns, owner of this growing: [! Twelve Called I, the absentee docket: D. B. Browning Ben*. | astern Jurisdictional Conferen'-e

10 at Doctor's Clinic Hospital.Mrs. member of the Tornado footbal I business, announces that level' ; I Charlie Perdue. Willie in Roanoke. Va. last June, having

Willis is the former Barbara squad, were guests of the club al t per cent and February one pei" valuable prizeswill be given awa:f For Induction nett. Ceo. M. Richendollar Willian 11'I l served' as pastor of the First ,

Ann Ritch. this meeting. cent at the store Saturday afternoorVov .: Tyson and Harold Chesborough.The i Methodist Church in Orlando for II _

15. at 6:30: o'clock. The,t' I* case of Jim Nazwortt'I. years. Last year Bishop Brans-
have been called by :,
Twelve men
T.r'tg'I- giftwith a total value of S157.5C! I, charged with aggravated assault"' comb was selected as "The Melhn-
Car Arrives For let-live Service Board No. 18
are listed in the advertisement. was also plated mi, Ihe absenle e dist of the Year" by the "Worl.l
for induction on November IS. jj
\s another feature of this anni_ docket Outlook"' magazine ant l nwanl'- :

versarv Celebration and open hOUSE I,, They were: | a trip to Alaska. He preMde 0\ i

Driver CourseLook 1 thpre ,,1\1\ he souvenirs for th,e Benjamin Franklin Gaim-y. Jr. !'! Union ServiceOn the Florida Cuba Conferences ant

ladies and refreshments will b Worthington: h is recently returned from a tout

served all day Saturday.In I Billy Ray Hardenbrook. Starke, of Tuba with the Florida Conf- -
at the shiny new Chevrolet ThanksgivingThe Bishop liranscomh
-'< on the big event., Charles Henry Lawson. Starke; enre District Missionary Stu"laries.
at right and then take three
Mr Johns' s id: "We are happ: ---- -
> Schiley Edwin Rhoden. Rt. 2, Sen. t
guesses as to which is one of the to extend a cordial invitation tour j I i Union Thanksgiving The church service Sundav SI

Starke: | ice. sponsored annually btt!.f At I ':t'<. Til! .- 'I. ,
most manfriE'nd.*. customers j f "
popular courses at Bradford an<: I I morning will not only be. in observance -
Walter Arthur Alvarez. Starke; Starke Ministerial Associatior I. of dedication for the ',
High School.Right business associates to visit ou r of the R9th anniversary n.p" \

you areits! the Driver ,, "reatlv enlarged store and suppl:y Anthony Robert Johnson. Jr.. will be held at 10:30: a.m. Thurs,. of the organization of the Metho- which have been j'reeit; ...l ,

day. November :27.! in the Airpar t honor in .
1 or of friendthe f
house We will fin memory
are sure will
Education course--and the main you Starke; I.dist I Church in Starke. but it
k j,I Church, with Rev. L- CHemingway. ..
Baptist church, the memorial ..
snmethin: ? of interest!' to everyonduring e of 11\ :"
reason for its the first anniversary
also be
popularity, of course, George Donald Driggers present
\, ft
Is this weekend eventChildren's I paslor. presiding. and other special gifts to tn.!
this and Educational -
handsome new "dual I the new Sanctuary
address Perry;
; I I of th e
C. Feieert. former president
trol car" just arrived Building which was offi- sanctuary. The. preser
for use _
con-1 !! Virgil Ening Nettles Olustee; National Christian Laymen's As I talion cf gifts will be made bv
the school for driver training Home I Ii cially opened for worship on
Sumner. 1089 HooT' sociation, has been !invited t 0 Mrs. L.
: Alec Gary music A. Davis, chairman of the
poses. The car is made available i October 14. 1951. Special

through the courtesy of the Torode '! Ends 50th Year Ave., Jacksonville; I I preach the Thanksgiving sermoi L.!. will be furnished by the Senior building committee and Buihop
-l' larolJ l- IDute Photo l>y the TelegraphDriving i t The Starke Ministerial Association
Branscomb will lead the ol
Chevrolet Co. in cooperation witha : Clarence Rease Rosier.: Rt. 1.I! i Choir and also the Children's Choir prayer
tlndaXo\' 17. is the Golde n. extends a cordial invitalio f dedication.
plan offered by General students Glenn Rt>ddi Lawtey; I at the Sunday morning service.
Motors % Donald
Jerry Coiley, Patray.Hilly and 1! Anniversary of the founding c It' I' to all of the churches in Stark e I Ii Sunday evening at 7:30: the

lo aasist in the driver training Harrington look admiringly at the new instruction car as Harold I IHauhmod the Children's Home Society c fj; James Robert Mann. Rt 1,1 and Bradford County to participate .1| Following the service the entire Youth Choir will lead the congregation -

program. I rfrhing Instructor prepares to demonstrate its opt"l"atlon,1 I Florida. In its. 50 years of sen,- Lake Butler: 1 1e I in this union s(>n'ice. 1 i congregation i is invited to remain in the singing of the favorite -
This new course at BHS is for the basket church dinner on
ice the Society has helped mor- Elmer Leroy Meece, Rt. 1, I hymns of the church and Rev
taught by Harold Hazelwood and During the course each student strict; drivers license. I the church grounds. A number of -
:: (than 60.000 children j Starke transferred from Indiana; Recent BirthMr. Hill, pastor of the First Methodist
now his 24 students enrolled. It" has 20 hours of classroom work I i With the arrival of the dual I The home' is now makirg it. I former pastors members, and'

U conducted in conformance with and eight hours of behind-the-I I control car here this week, BHS annual d Carl Lee Henderson (negro), friends! are expected to return ft* Church of WillUton, will preach.A .
Thanksgiving appeal, ar( and Mrs. James! Williar r\
a course of instruction outlined by j i i wheel instruction. To enroll in the J I II I became the 3Sth school in Florida gifts of food. money and clothin Gainesville. ': the birth of a I the anniversary observance in- cordial invitation U extended

the American Automobile Association. course they must be at least 111 I I offering behind-the-wheel instruc- may be sent to its J3.ckson.i1I!!!C'I Sixteen men were called for pre- i! Thomas daughter.announce Diane Kay, on Nov 9' eluding Rev and Mrs. W. J. to all members and friends of t'e

"re- tion to students. I Nov 13'' ChurchweU of Jacksonville and church to attend lhe-e anniversary
I, years of age and have: a office at 1649 Osce-j! St indu tion examination on at Doctor'Clinic Hospital .
Rev and Mrs J P. Hill. Willis- ;oen'I('. "


.1 I S

-. --
r,.... --


-- ------- -

,( = MATTHEWS 1' terms of a good time. The town,: guest of Rev. and Mrs. Karnes. .
E. L. 1t -- '- .
BRADFORD 't is grateful to these! young men Mr. and Mrs. : '_'- _' 7- ...: -: : ; -_- _. --. __ __.U : __ -::: = = .-_- := : =-,
EDITOR I for their efforts to form an efficient Jacksonville 'and : :
COUNTY i; fire fighting corps. Fire Touchstone of

VI EWPOI HT PUBLISHERAdertKinj! I i protection is of vital concern to ternoon guests of TRAINLOAD SALE !Ir
Ratt's'J, every one in town. Some new fire Karnes. :
I i hydrants have added recently.On .
Mr and Mrs. Ed !
Subscription Rates: Established In 1879 On Application Thursday Nov. 20 the Ro- his brother and wife : ..

$%,75 Year $1.50 6 SIo. tar> will hold a fish fry in the were visiting the HUl/l1rf,;,;; % ,.
I Woman's Club.
Miss Lee a nurse ..
have moved here from St. Augus- .
A Most Important Committee tine. :Mr-: Scrivnor is representing tarium at Orlando, .'.
guest of :Mrs.:
,. the J. H. Todd electrical contracting ..
Currently under consideration is one of committee shouid !><' comprised of persons 1' firm of St. Augustine anwill d tend Howard.church They Sunday.were ..

I the most important committees ever to be "with a good head for business<< ;' fur the sincessful -- I,i be associated with Keystone! ...
Beverly Jo
named in Bradford County it is the com- operation of a hospital is a matt..rthat Services. Mrs Calvin Houpt Crosby ..

mittee that will guide the destinies, both in will involve: many problems at l he't. CYTYYYYTTTTTYYTYYTYYYTTlBAYLESS Kelly attended the oo ttrc t3 ..

the and in the operation of the ..
at St. Leo last
of discussing .
A joint meeting for the purpose :;- .
hospital that Bradford County hopes to construct Doe- anyone want
this committee held here
proposed was HIM\ ..
within the not too "distant future. .\\f'.t potatoes -
afternoon and attended
Monday by members -
Since the hospital will be built and operated Conner has some i'riceZ
< .ood Thru Sa< \0\ ;S :
of the Board of Commissioners, .
County Itj Irs. O. K: (rusbj'
with tax monies collected from all partsof for sale He and ::\
a representative of the Board of Public Instruction i
the county it has been suggested by some AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAChurch digging: this week
high state officialdom that it would be desirable our State Senator and Repre- NewsThe has plenty of them. 152 Call free
senative, and several interested citizens.
to have the committee representativeof William Crosby I
meeting is- progressing -
The outcome of this meeting was that a
the county as a whole, !so that all sections nicely with good attendanceeach in day He made Sfarke Florida :
"nominating committee" was named to : i'
and -ug-j' evening Rev Harm's sage. Glad l to hear tt
would feel they were fairly justly represented I gaveus
for committee that would
gest names a able to and eat
a nice surprise i one night witha go
...., .
representative of the county-at-large. This William. He h- '
and number his Ls ]I
special song on ..
The r..pon..iblJilie- of these commit committee will make its report next Monday. guitar The theme of the revivalis at home after his

members is \"erjRreat.. They are charged We hope that the committee will receive Luke 11:13.: Everyone is invited Sherman Crosby : fct

with the selection of the hospital site, the the cooperation of public-spirited citizens to attend the devotional at 7:30 Edward Crowley in Tall Cans

,super Won of the construction-of the building wherever contacted. It will be an honor to and preaching starting at 8. Hospital Friday 3 42C >*

and alto the general management of the be asked to serve on the committee, for it Personal Items the night with Otis >>

institution after it gets! into operation. These will indicate that you are considered the Surely want to w":come Mrs Crawford. **

are duties that should be given the most serious responsible type of tax-paying citizen that ) Henry Cone and baby daughter Sorry Mrg. C. C. i : : ---- - ---- :-- ;" -. --_',- __ :"=_ -::, ::' -- ---- 3 **>

consideration. Tho..e"ho aocept the it has been suggested should serve. home. Haven't had time to go see the sick list this >

appointment must be moti\at by a genuine If asked to serve don't say no. In con- her but from what I hear she i ia I" rims her at church Roasted ASTOR Vac PackedCOFFEE *>

desire to perform a worthwhile public er\ioe., senting to serve you will be performing cute little bundle of girl about Dai-yorman **

and must be willing to make the sacrifice of highest type of service you could possibly Glad to have Mi Harrison and last \\eek when she 1 1 I >
son from Providence nt church
time and effort that the job will demand. The perform for your fellow man.
Sunda\ Also Barne\ uul Dot Eg- don! ind pain'nllv ; K
and children ; .lackon Sui'1'1' h. ill! p.
gees row i iin -< A
I He Must Remain In Public Service >
ville Mi Harrison was A dinnei I again
69C LbCon *r

Already it is evident that Governor Adlai the iOY' during: tile nt'xt (wo jears." -If_ < t -_ .':;-_'_- .-- __. '-_ -_ h. 79C **
Stevenson is not destined to pass from the *

scene of American public life as a result of The above opinions are not we should SECOND ANNeAL r

his defeat in the presidential election last point out, those of partisan writers. Both >>

week. Krock and Drummond are on the staffs; of TURKEY SHOOT >

After a few days in which to study the newspapers that supported General Kisen-: Shortening *>

significance of the November 4th balloting hower in the late campaign, and Lippmanis >
ONE SHOT $1.00(){) UenrF Lb Can >
analysts: were quick to recognize that whatat a syndicated columnist who personally endorsed 3 19C

first seemed to be a "Republican land- the General. All three are perhaps Saturday Nov. 22 12:00 >K

slid was in reality an "Eisenhower land- among the most objective writers in the >>

slide." As the Washington News Bureauof country and as such, are not afraid to calla >

the Christian Science Monitor put it: spade a spade and interpret the election AT INTERSECTION ROUTES 21 AM() ) >

if it hadn't been for Ike's personal figures as they see them. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS; !FLA. ebBesl Can r

popularity the GOP wouldn't have won." SPONSORED) BY E f 39C t

And this, of course brings us back to the
Says Roscoe Drumm nnl. one of the staff: r
Democratic Party and Governor Stevenson. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS LIONS : >
"JVrver In recent history have the American .r
Rest assured! that neither i is:, "dead."
people expressed such decisive trust in ;
a ':, .Lt.... _'Iu ".;..,,' :It; .-- ,,., .. -' r
"" "'- .
party's presidential nominee and simultaneously The Associated Tress tells us that the Qt K

expressed such decisive. : mistrust in the (;o\ernor's office has been Hooded since the rlV1. W V11lA1UWIl I/v1 aV.WLLIl >r

party It,,"'f. Nor has a President-elect ever lection: with more than 25,00! letters and r

before so universally and so substantially exceeded :. 10,000 telegrams, urging :Stexenson to stain > I 1 1r t

the \ote given to bis party's. congressional piiblie life and seek the presideiuaaiii; = rr
candidates. Nor has a party in 19.16.! )Ian,)' of the !letters came front Kepublicans r E rr

candidate ever before won such a condusitclctorj << who heaped praise on Me\enson. $TI.- No. 21/2 Can rr
\. for the presidency while the same but said they voted for "a (hang c'." 1ik Liberties'd ES 21C

voters were giving his party: such an inconclusive One said: "You hate been a gentleman.
BED p.
near-stalrmate in both :Senate and (;i..d! bless ,)'011." I ,<--

House." Another was addressed simply to: "The r
Grade Genuine Spring
man who would rather be right: than president -
These are some of the facts which cause ." K Phone SO Starke, Fla. Group : Lb r

Arthur Krock of the New York Times' ICE
A third summed it up thnslj: "The only LAM L B 6
Washington Bureau to that the results
say reason you were defeated was Ix-cuiise so > i
of-the contests for Congress make it evident many of us, while admiring: jon tremendously, >> Was $159.95-Sale Price $

that "General Eisenhower and not the He- thought that it was tiinn for j't ._ r
a change. '
publican Party the for 1 RED I 1VAXITV i.uiirIL ___ =__ -x :'_
was principal reason A fourth declared: "Our country needs in
the termination of Democratic tenure in the r 1 VANm 1 SPHI( (; r
White House." our Integrity.public" senice men of jour ability and : 1 CHEST 1 ) Rib End, Loin U. S "Good" Sq. Cut C

Walter Lippman agrees that "Eisenhower, i I RED SPREAD :2 t
has shown himself to be much stronger than E LAMB SHOULDER r
his "Out of office will not mean that AdlaiSteven.son : ROAST >
party and that the people wanted him > *
will be out of I
for President regardless of the factional g politics> says correspondent r h.
Max Gilstrap. "As the defeated "*' ,
disorder In his ,4fv*
party: nominee of the Democratic Party he is no 'Vff l V* Lb *r
Adds Drummond: "The fundamental fact
dtsU IN
less the titular head 49C 59C'1I'o
is that the voters gave General Eisenhowera a position he is gladto r*

towering mandate and simultaneously e assume. His voice more than anyone > :.

the else's will logically guide his party, at least *
Republican Party a severe political reverse until another election in 193G." "( -. _- --__,_"_n---- : :-.;!-I.- .,<.cJ".";__!.2>c ., K
a historical j political reverse. No *
presidential nominee within memory has An outstanding ReadY Cut Eat-Rit Beef .
ever won so handsomely while the party itself Republican newspaper ,
the rs
squeaked into uncertain control of Congress XCYork Herald-Tribune had this: t II<> Lb >

FO niggardly." say defeat of election Governor night Stevenson's: concession lit i \ j ROAST 5 9C p>>

".\nd why did the ruler \ite their liking : 1 (uu >
tor Ike and their dislike for his part ?" asKxDrummond "It was the utterance of a nun who hud *>

and hen he answers: "The fought:; proudly and honestly for his beliefs; ,. Your : r

most risible reason is because for many who was a credit to his party, his country and Lb >

years (the Republican I'arty has voted substantially the way of life that !shafted< his (hara tcr: whottas t :\ SMVLI. I)0\\N) \\MENT WILL ) ({ CHOPS S 69C >
the same man in defeat t
that TOIIR
against many, if not, indeed most he woul.l HOME. COME IN I >
haIH't"1I<< in 'kinr ." r >
of the measures of social and economic policy } A *

which General; Eisenhower advocated in thl'mllaiJ"n And r
correspondent Richard Pure Creamery p.
(':\ social security, farm
price support ) L. Strout
summed it
up admirably when he

"Therein., and so" on.says Drummond, "is the 'Re- said role :is"Governor undecided Stevenson's but many future feel the political nation: WE CAN DO IT E R Ib 15C

publican Party defeat of 15I53! and it cannot will bo the
if he
)poorer does not 1 play somenurt. _
fall to be a warning and a ) -- --
challenge; to BETTER OURSELVES ---- ..

TTYYTTTYYTYTTYYTYYTTTTYTKeystone stationed at Denver was m Keystone Club will hold a Rummage Sale it; E

last week. He I left for hisne.v the Timmons building next to U. S. No. 1 Gr. A New Crop ,
stationed at Scales Feic Americans >
Biloxi .
Heightsby Mis.Mrs. : store, on Xov 14. 15. On will admit '
Eula Walker and }Ir. November
and 19th
the club will *
31!rs. Sara McDonald Mrs Lindsay Walker !left on Mon. a preformance by the University sponsor arc incapable to plan and >r

uWUI 4 AWe day for Louisville. Ga. where they Department of Speech Players their future, and that, ORANGESLbBag *
were called by the death of JudgeM. in the club house. It will be a
are sorry that because of C. Barwick. | one-act play and a group of scenes government step in r

the illness of your corresportdentthere Mrs. Pat Fraher and Miss from other plays under the head- for them.Most :. r
was no Keystone column Gladys Tillis leave I a g p.
Friday for Mi- ing "A Theatrical Potpourri". 39C 5 2SC
last week. We will try not to let ami. They expect to return on Tickets are on sale by members of \ p.
it happen again. Wednt>sda '. i 1 the club j j jI I Americans resent such
Mrs. Gentry of Lake Geneva, Miss Tdlis1 mother Mrs. r
Tillis. On Thursday, Oct 30. a ment interference with
*ho underwent ( groupof
an operation in St. hay returned from a brief stay in
Luke's Hospital in Jacksonvillelast Riverside Hospital. Jacksonville. I Iof women the Community from the Church daytime circle and privileges as free and : r r
week is out of the hospitaland Mr and Mrs met at
Bates Sweetened Frozen
Mathewswere the par1onageand planted shrubs ent citizens of our nation. r

home Jacksonville.Mrs staying after Ewing a with stay has her several returned daughter to weeks her in last Mr.Mr.Mathews'Sunday.called and away Mrs brother by Dermody the in Cairo.death wentto Ga.of, proving and building flowers the They appearance carried considerably their of lunch im-the I that price enslavement theif must to ultimately[' S B ERR I E S 5 Cons 99C

and had a good time while they
in Riverside Hospital in Jackson Miami on Monday, called thereby worked. such interference.

ville. the illness of their daughter.Mrs. .
stewart ;i Mr and Mrs Fred Leonhard RAND r
D. O. is after .
recovering Weeks of the Inn is laid We Successful SUPERBRAND or
are a People Because .
an operation in the Alachua up with a sprained ankle are moving soon into the Berne we .
koph place which they on the Right to Do for Ourselves. Only So
Hospital in Gainesville. in a fall last week + : MAR-GOLD
\tor. Donsld Christoffers has i Mrs. W. Whitesides has as her I, purchased. They are from Starke Continue to do that shall we remain Free REA M i

opened an office in Keystone! guest her father Mr. Porter from I I Mrs. Leonhard was formerly Mi *
Heights. He is at present associated :! Carolina. i' Jackson mother of Lt Robert Use your Hank Champion of your MARGARINE49C p.r

with Riverside Hospital in The Redfearns went to Miami i Jackson." 3 :1: PTS. i (. \1.. i
Jacksonville and will be In Keystone I last weekend for the football 1':' Mr. and Mrs Southerland have r
only two days a week. On i game. moved into the Church home on t

the other days there will be an i I In case you are interested. Keystone -I I Magnolia. St. They came here fromPabt.ka. M.. FLORIDA BANK at STARKE 69C Colored! Qtrs! Lb % Qc I

other doctor in the office so that: | wl'nt. a little better than twos

there will be someone availableat s to one for Eisenhower! in the last I We hear that the Fireman's Ball I a d'

all times. I' election I held last Wednesday was quite fl/tmoer Ulo'iaa i/alionat group rp.

Lt Owen B. Baker who has been i'I The Keystone Heigbts! \\" 'successful' both financially and ,i htmNp!* __ :_. __ -o. -: -, -T I '_-- __- .' = '- ::-- _.- _-.- __ _-::. ---t'-:: : A'BRADFORD _-- -=::


,..._7,,.,: ., -


----- -----
TTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTT. and ladies bring a lunch for "The Freshmen Class has been I II please give them to this cause '' Kopelousos, Gene Shaw. Marv

Florida Community Selected As Winter two ." I helping me, their candidate, for I Jimmie Moncrief, Kenneth Conway (I Frances Hazen, Coy Alvarei

BRADFORD Elaine CrosbySenior"Since queen, by making and selling pompoms Anne Cre sIer,: Wayne: .Mat: I I Randall Martin, and James U .
baking cakes and pies, selling ![ chett or Barbara Colley will be
t the Junior Class is not I hams .
Home of World-Famous Passion Play HIGH fudge having a 'Hobo Con- more than happy to accept your
i going to have the concession stand vention' and doing odd jobs ." donations -. I N
I Homecoming night; they are plan Sandra Johns-Freshman i ... i iI B. H. S. was proudly repress!,' .
/* "** K *<* I : -
a Mttg& a 35 II I 5 LIGHTS ning methods to raise money for I The Speech Club, very much i in the St. Leo stands by some
Who is going to be "Miss Brad- 1 I
me their candidate that night ford"? Your is interested in dramatics, took a bus supporters Those who alter ,itI
guess as good as j I
By Brenda Bradford "Some members of the class have mine May the best one win to Gainesville last Friday, to see ;|I I the game saw the team acoi

been making and candy boxes to sell to postersto collect j,,i i, a three-act comedy "My Sister '|,I I biggest victory this year H

"Who is the fairest of them all?" I money display. The Junior's are working hard!I i Eileen" It certainly was a the rest will be .. good.
WfiIPASSION to raise enough money to have an i i, wonderful experience and should
This is for you to judge. The N
; "We are planning a big surprisefor I'1 I
: extra good Prom and Banquet for help them in their forthcoming S'l-e' you next week an u, >
candidates for queen are doing the 22nd so watchingfor
the Seniors this spring In comedy. '' ,
ar } ) + ; their best to convince you it." meantime give your penn 's t. "
to concessions and
addition their
Here are a few words from each Agnes Lawson Junior queens, your outgrown clot Ito
programs at the football games: Last week saw the organization
to let you know what they are the welfare committee, ..0.1'
I "The Sophomores are doing more they are selling little scarlet and i iI i lof Bradford High's Senior Court
I Iti doing support to the football t um
things than you have ever dreamed gray felt emblems with "B" on I 1. At a Senior Class Meeting:
As ever
11 "p I "My campaign has gotten under This Saturday they are having them Real rick\ and! for only Benton Futch was elected judge
rt 4t Pe.fr II I, way with posters and boxes a party ',V Ship Wreck' -- :JO:' I.Lts i { Vide! Srholl, Olerk-of-oourt. an,: UnMarnint "

The Seniors are now planning a 7 30 at the r S o r,?nn> -- !" IWITI' Pr"SHtt Prosecuting V
,4 yt4..A ..
"Box Supper" for tomorrOnight and have the besi 'ime If \111I> I' ., -s I'M \\ M"' '.it-ii.'v The Judge appoint-- luding! > anA 1'urtaW
; ; L D"r I ,/,11nnr' lurv M'mb...f- Tackle Tannr.
; ? at the American Legion Hall life' 1)1" ;1"0' n fiy Tjpewrlters cold on time ilra4
R P Every one is invited, so do come, Norma Gonzalez Sophomore l I v<)U hare 1111 r"in' hid. seen) 'Ine McGee John" ord bounty Telegraph

.,_. __..' d. -- .- J- -- .- - -. .. _---,>< .,__ '_0..
+, r'f a sl ..i -


iyA -K ?


Quantity Rights Reserved Prices in this ad good rri. Sat.. No14.. 15


LAKE WALES Fla-Special) I participated Biblical dramatists -'
as the
I president of Passion Play
-Florida's newest tourist attraction in the Luenen Passion Play, i Corporation, and there are 14 PURE BLACK 2 FOR PICNIC, LEAN & TENDER LB,
is one with a cultural which had its beginning in 1242. ] other directors, including the

and spiritual appeal. He came to the United States, presidents of Rotary, Kiwanis
Beginning next January 11, where the play was first presented Lions, American Legion, Vet CS
and continuing each winter i in 1932. In 1933, he began erans of Foreign Wars, the First C
thereafter, the world famous presentirg it in an outdoor Methodist Church and the AF of I
Black Hills Passion Play will be amphitheater in the Black Hillsof I. Citrus Workers' Union, Lake
presented in a $100,000 amphi- South Dakota during the summer Wales local.
theater soon to be built in a nat- months. During the winter, While there are sufficient
ural bowl just south and east of the troupe has been touring the funds on hand to build the major
Lake Wales. United States. parts of the amphitheater, addi- I
Lake Wales is just completing The amphitheater where the tional loans and gifts in any
a fund-raising drive which so piay vtill be presented here during amount from $10 up are being
far has produced over $60,000. the winter months is owned sought from other parts of the
This, together with a $25,000 by a non-profit corporation, in state
grant from a state advertisingfund which more than 650 individualsown "This is not just a project for
assures sufficient funds to stock. The stock was sold Lake Wales and Polk County,"
start the amphitheater, the cost during a fund-raising drive in : said Mr O'Byrne. "The presentation -
of which eventually will total amounts from $10 up to $2,000, can attract to Florida a i / Large
more than $150,000. the largest single loan. Many greater number of average, hard S SUR F 27C 4 FORLUX

The Passion Play is a drama- outright gifts, ranging from $10 working, church going Americans -
tization of the events in the life to $800, also helped build the who may have the miscon-
of Jesus Christ beginning with fund. ception that Florida has litHe to SWAN
His triumphal entry into Jerusa- The loans were raised with a i offer other than night clubs and Large 21C
lem and ending with His Cruci- promise of 5 per cent interest race tracks." LUX
fixion and Resurrection.Josef until The local I
they are re-paid. "Moreover, he added, "the
Meier, producer of the non-profit corporation will receive presentation can and will add to .
play plays the role of the about 40 per cent of the the cultural and spiritual development I Octagon
Christus and is recognized as the gross, and, after all loans are re of the entire state." i SILVER L DUST Large 21C
world's outstanding Christus portrayer paid, the corporation's net prof- Persons interested in making
lIe was born in Luenen, its will go entirely to charities. loans or gifts !should: mail their Palmolive/
Wesphalia, Germany, where his F. M. O'Byrne, prominent cit- checks to the Passion Play Corporation -
ancestors for generations have rus grower and civic leader, is Lake Wales. Fla.

off tackle for 1 yd., tackled by SUPER SUDS Large 11C)

I Play By Play Description Burnette. Prevatt a gain for 10

yds. and a 1st down. Douglas .. .
Of Macclenny BHS Game : gains 3 yds. and again for 8. ._..- -- .. -- .. -_<_ ._ ..._-_'_ J .- .:,, ; _: ..:_ \ -__ ." At. '"_. -. --:.-.:: _. :. _-: -. -- : ,. __ .: :-Ji -=--'jf--';' '"

Douglas scores from 1 yd. out
Co-Captains Earl Alvarez and end Prevatt 6 yds. BUS ball 1st Pa tray's kick blocked

Delano Thomas met in center field and 10 on visitors' 19 yd. line. Prevatt kicks to Thrift on 20,
with the officials and Capt. George Shaw9; yds. on end run, stopped returns to own 30, tackled by
Reynolds of Macclenny. Mac I sy Lee Shaw up middle for 2'yIs. I Iade. Thrift up middle for 4
\ and 1st down. Shaw loses 1 j jyd. | >ds., tackled by Shaw. Reynolds
clenny wins the toss and elects to 1 Prevatt up middle for 9 yd*, i j around left end for 1st down

receive, BUS defending the N. W. ; ;for score. Patray's attempt for,I I tackled by Jackson and Shaw T-BONE, CLUB LEAN TENDER PORK "33"

goal Crawford kicks off from his 1'1 conversion wide. I I Thrift 1 )'d, and again for 4,
own 40. to Johns on the 21 who Crawford kicks from own 40 to tackled by Shaw and Hutchinson.
returns to the 30, tackled there by, :Mikell: on 35, returns to own 44, i I I Prevatt 4 yds., tackled by Shaw.
Norman. Prevatt off tackle for' tackled by Norman and Prevail. I Johns off tackle for 2 yds. and 1st lb.48C lb.39C qt 11

1 yd. Johns on end run loses 3 Johns on reverse run gains 5 yds., down. Rhoden carries for 2 more,
yds., but BHS penalized 5 yds. for |tackled by Crawford and Prevatt. I tackled by Shaw as 3rd quarter

offsldes. Prevatt tackled by Shaw Johns up middle for 3 yds., tackledby ends. . .
c-- '- '- -
and Garner for 1 yd. loss. Prevatt i Hulchinson. Reynolds around I Johns yds., tackled by Shaw. .; :, _:_ .H_ _' ., :: __ .:,.-: ___ .. : _. _-_ _ _._:_ _'_ -: '=:Ci
1 yd. gain through center, tackled ,own right end 49 yds. for anotherwore 2 BHS
i i Rhoden yds. penalty on
by Crawford. Lee's punt blocked and a 13-12 lead. Johns' try I gives visitors 1st down. Johns I Lb. 19C Gallon QQC

by teammate and he picks up ball |through line for extra point no around end for 11 yds. and another OLEO l LARD foci
and runs 14 yd, for a 1st down, good. : 1st down. Reynolds run out of
end loses 1 yd., stop
Johns on Mikell kick* from own 40 to bounds by Norman on end run
ped by Jackson. Reynolds tried |' Iievatt on 15, returns to his own I 1 gaining 3 yds. Thrift up middle Cleanser Swifts Silver Leaf LB

right by end but Gainer is dumped and fort Jackson.: yd.lo' 39 tackled by Rowe. Prevatt off, for 2 yds., tackled by Hutchinson. A J/ A X SC L A R 0 16CE Q

Johns' to Mikell incomplete. tackle for 9 yds.. tacked by Thrift ( Johns tries end for no gain, stop-
pass and Johns. Norman's to Rhoden's to
pass Ver- ped by Smith. pass
kicks from own 39 outboundson I I
Lee non Teston incomplete. Martinon Mikell over goal incomplete.
BIBS 44. Prevail of BHS off quarterback sneak for 6 yds. I I J broken up by Thomas ball goes Red Devil Can Lb Can
tackle for 11 yds. and a 1st down. I 11C 40 $4.95J
Thomas around left end for 8 yds., and a 1st down. Martin's jump '' over to BHS on own 18. F L Y E l A R 0
Rhoden. Martin on over center complete for 5 yds. Douglas 15 yds. to the 33: Prevail -
tackled by sneak for 4 yds.. Martin's pass again over center to' 9 yds. Reddish 4 yds. for 1st -

left tackled quarterback Rhoden.end by for Teston IVvalt.2 yds.fumbles.Prevail stopped around Marolenny by- j suit's.\ton Penalty'. Toslon complete Norman's 5 yds.complete for on pass 31 visitors ytla.to for V.for Pievatt 6 Tes yds.l off-1:: :;', down.dIe for offsides.of line Macclenny for Douglas no gain.5 yd tries Douglas penal'v mid' : : ELL L L 0 3 For 2SC l ARLARGE 0 Half Gallon 48C -

12: yds. for 1st down. tu'kh'u by r
recovers on own 30 yd. line. 1 tackle Johns. Prevatt ... .
yd. by
Reynolds loses 1 yd., tackled by 3 d.s. for Patray to'i' Brinson. Norman 30 yd1to Maiclenny : _."". ::. n. _n- -,-._-'<_-,.:- .. :T .- .-- .; : --r :. p :_'. < .., ,_'-_ _. ... ...__ ..... "',.-" -. :-q.u.,.._ -_---, :': : :: 7ft: :-
Thrift on quarterback,, > score. passes 20. Douglas up middle for
Alvarez. I V. Teflon over goal for extra' : 7 tackled by CAN Guaranteed-cloth 25 LBS. -
sneak for 4 yds.. stopped by Craw- I 2 yds. Douglas yds. CORNED 12 OZ. CAN bag
point. Johns. Martin 3 yds. for 1st
Prevail loses 1 yd. trying;
ford. from!. Crawford kicks from own 40 to ,, down. Norman loses 5 yds Prevail
over guard. Lee punts Mikell on 30 returns to 38. tackled ;' middle for 4 yds tackle
30. up
his returns
own 33 to Prevail on I Jackson. Jones' intercept j Beef f 41c 49c Flour 1.69-
to Macclenny's 39 yd. line. by pass I by Prevatt. Douglas 5 vds anc Tripe
Thomas on end run for 7 )tb.1 M by Shaw on own 50. retur'ns'to Prevatt scores from 4 yds out
tackled by Johns. Penalty on vlv\! j jilors i, visitors' 35;' as half ends. McGce's try for extra point n.(

refused!: by BH5. Prevatt off 1 1i I j Mikell kicks from o'n10 toj' good. ., .. .. .
-- -
tackle for 6 yds. Shaw off tackle Norman on own 20, returns to 32. Prevail kicks off from own 41(0 "" ,'I'! _: -, -_ _- _u ': _- _:_ : ..: .. : ._-= p_ __ ,. .., __. -, ii.@

for 25 ',try'ds. and for extra toouchdown.point wide-. Patray's ''I'tackled off tackle bBrinson.29 yds. to. Macclenny's Ed Teslon to 33: ,Prevail tackled on Smith 22, returns to owi Dixie Lily's Best Lb Pkgs
by and Douglas' 5 49C
Score Crawford BUS 6-Mac.kicks 0. short after P.urnelte.:39! Prevatt Shaw!5 yds.t >::ds.tackled and Martin by- Prevatt tries middle for 1 yd MEA L RAZOR BLADES 3 25C.

sneak 2 yds.; stopped by Alvarez and
touchdown from own 40 to Brin on quarterback Pnngle
40. Prevatt up middle and a 1st down. :Martin's pass incomplete Johns off tadJe for 3 yds tackle,
son on tackled by Hutchinson, Ed Teston off tacklefor by Prevatt and Teston. Pillsbury (Flat)
Thrift 47C
for 2 yd" F FLOUR l S ALT L 3Pkgs 10C
Johns 24 y ds, to BHS 25 tackledby 1 yds. tackled by Thrift. Pre- jump pass no good. Lee kick .
Norman. Prevatt loses 4 '.1s., \att goes for 10 yds. and Douglas! I from own 40 out of bounds 01BH s
tackled by Crawford and Clark. I 'dof. Prevatt again 5 yds., : $ 23. Shaw 2 yds. Norman of
Thnft on quarterback sneak for tackled by Thrift. Prevatt 2 yds.to tackle for 6 yds., tackled b; Stringless/ Can For
4 yds., tackled by HuUhinson as visitors' 1 yd. hne. Prevatt Rhoden. Reddish S yds. for Is; BEANS S 14C SARDINES 2 1SC ,
the 1st quarter ends. slopped for no gain by middle of I down. Fumble lost by BHS o:
Thrift's pass to Mikell no good.Reynolds' Maorlenny's line. Martin on own 35, recovered by Prevatt c

0.for 25 screen: 'ds.pass and to a Johns tying', qu.uterbacksneak goes over for score. 1 patray's ft. Marlin kick Macclenny.for 1 Thrift yd. Johns tries aroun rightackle :y Early Garden Can Pkgs

touchdown. Reynolds around right for extra point no good. Score left end for 2 yds., tackled b PEAS E 14C MATCHES E S 2 15CE'

end for extra point to give Mac.a I BHS :25-Mac.! : 13.Prevail Teston. Reynolds' screen pas'

7-6 lead. kicks from o''n10 after complete for 1 yd. loss an .- -- - .. _
Mi\-,ell kicks from own 40 to touchdown to Johns on 10., returns another pass attempt incomplet e -. _: .... -_' : ..T'q.. ;": : : --q.: <__ .-.U. : : ___ -, __ .< :.-= -__-:- ;:

Norman on 20, returns to 39 yd. to 29 tackled by Pringle. as ball goes over to BHS on ow
5 TALL Any Brand 3 FOR it lasts LB. m LARGE FIRM HEADS EACH
around end Hutchinson and 31. ,
line. Shaw 3 yds. Johns tackled by Reddish 4 yds., but BH
Douglas off tackle for 6 yds. Pre McGee for 1 yd. lo-ss. Alvarez draws 15 yd. penalty for offensh
watt 2 yds. for 1st down tackledby ; breaks thrOugh and tackles Rey- holding. Jackson 4 yds. o } C
i d MILK I 42C S T E EW 21C LETTUCE I01e
Rowe. Prevatt 9 yds., oil! I nolds ford.. loss. Prevatt no tackle stopped by Brinson ar
tackle stopped by Rowe and Lee, I, gain stopped by Hutchinson. Lee Thrift. Prevatt kicks from o\v

Shaw 5 yds. for 1st down tackled d kicks from own 25 yd. line out of IS to Johns standing on own 4 .
by Lee. Prevatt gains 5 yds,. bounds on 27, ball goes over to returns to BHS 45 yd. as gan ": .. -- -- -."

tackled by Prevatt. Shaw 1 yds..1 BHS on Macclenny 27. Prevatt ends. {1 i .. .. -. -. --- -- -- -- -. -- ... ./

..-... --- .- -- --- -- ., .

..-- .......-............. -' ..-.,..,., 'f"' ....,., """ __ ._.r.'""_ "" ,_,'T''T' .


.. Y.L......=....... .
r : ./ .- '.. >-. -...- BaA.DrOID' .OOUNTY..wn.a8T.I.'nr.> -.. !rtd '17l'. i

. .. .. \ ......., ;FRlIYA Y. ...
. .. ... .,I. A. .1M'- l'w1.BIER' If, 1115%'
,*- '. ., Children's: ''Group .. .1" .. -;
11 B'
,, \ to acts Edwards-Caldwell
y Rlth r tp. J Woman's Club Plans
Will :Hold J.Q rum; J it' OfWMSvMccts -

.;r !Before LegislatureA Wedding SaturdayThe Thanksgiving Event

The Business \Yp en'a circle of)
of Miss
a June
pre-legislative Forum the "Back To The Barn" will be the
for Baptist Church get, in the Ed. I Caldwell and Lt. W. H. Edwards

Duval, St. Johns, Flagler, Putnam, ucatlonal building Nov. 10 at 7:30 U. S. A., will be an event of Sat. theme of the Thanksgiving dinner

*7 ..., i ,.., ... Alachua, Union, Bradford, Clay, o'clock with 36 members present. ] urday, Nov. 15, at 7:30 in the and program to be given by theWoman's
Gladys Mootjr Baker, and Nassau Counties will The meeting..openedvith prayer j First p.m. Club at the club house
be held in Miss devotion''|I Church. Rev. Thursday evening, Nov. 20, at 7
Phone 35 Jackonville on January by Shirley Pollet The [. I... A. Shepherd will perform the
I o'clock.
16,.it was announced by Mrs. Lex was by Mrs. Kate Sheppard on ceremony. i

; Green Chairman of the Bradford "Love". A special offering for Ushers will be Kenneth Cas- The dinner is open to the public

PTA Meeting ; Reception GivenIn County Children's Committee, at Week of Prayer was given. The I! sells and Jim B. Godwin. The and tickets and reservations at

the regular monthly County ChiIdren' Ann club voted to,pay. for lunches for groom will have as his best man $1.50 per person may be obtained

Will Feature Parish HouseIs Committee meeting last two school children.The George LeBlanc of Pensacola. I from Mrs. Marion Howe at the

:Talks By StudentsThe Lovely EventThe Monday, at Thomas' Restaurant. r. program was given by Mrs \i i A reception will follow immediately Chamber of Commerce office
Mrs. Green stated F J. Shaw Reservations must not be
that this will on. "Nigeria" with : after the in the mart
Parent-Teachers Association Parish House of St. Mark's be one of ten regional forums to Moore s; special prayer for Missions by1!I ceremony later than Monday evening

of Bradford High School will Episcopal church was the scene of be held throughout the State of Mrs L D. Haines. Taking part .. Episcopal parish house on ChurchSt. Dungarees, ginghams and pig,:
Jiold 'its November meeting In the a lovely reception Thursday eve Florida sponsored by the Florida of the program were' Mrs. Russell No invitations are being sent. I tails will be in vogue for the *v ,

school cafeteria Tuesday evening, ning, Nov. 6, at eight o'clock, given Children's Commission and the __ I All friends and relatives ale in- I ning attire by the guests and M. -
Norman. Mrs. Sale, Mrs.J I I
Nov. 18. at 7:30 o'clock. in honor of Reverend and Mrs. local County Children's Com Weds 7 I Guy i vited. H. P. Peyton, social chairman 01

Kenneth Conway President. :. _.of Raymond E. MacBlaine and to mittees. D Doyle and Mrs. L. D. Haines. i the club, promises a delightfu>
the Student Council; Benton meet the new members of the Purpose of the pre-egislative 1 Refreshments were served by Friends of Mrs S. T. Dell Sr. in
program keeping with th.
Futch, Judge of the Senior CorPs, church. The affair was given by' forum is to local I the
encourage peopleto hostesses, Mrs. Bertha Fuller, will regret to hear that she is theme
and Adele Scholl, representativefor the Woman's Auxiliary of.the. show the facts and to speak Seeber I !
column up Mrs. J. D. Seymour Mrs. GladysHarrington seriously ill in Alachua General
the Bradford Highlights church. about children to their communityand I The delicious turkey dinner 'ube *

In the Telegraph, will speak, Large potted palms were placedin to their state. What is sail and Mrs Matt Mor Hospital. Her sister Mrs J E served by members of tb-

to the group. The Student Council the lounge and the mantel over will be recorded and placed upon gan. Wilson is at her bedside Methodist VV S <' 9Come

and Senior Corps is very activeIn the large open fireplace was centered -I the "Official Record." The record Doyle -- '"-"
the school and every parent
with a beautiful fan-shaped representing I : the facts obtained
should become acquainted with the
. arrangements of white gladioli and from the 67 counties, will be .
i !work they are doing. I presented See AP's Selection of Tempting Oven-Fresh Treats.Come! Save With
yellow pompoms. On either side I to each member of the 1953
AU parents are invited to attend were plaques holding seven burn t State Legislature for action. All Andrews

the meeting. Children over five ing yellow tapers. The refreshment local organizations clubs and official JANE
years of age will be cared for in I !i
Cable :
be was overlaid with an agencies are requested toI PARKER _
the library. Film strips will
I imported cutwork cloth with lace send spokesmen to the forum. All

flhown. I insets and the centerpiece was an of the State Legislators will be invited g:

artistic arrangement of white and to the meeting in order to i

Parish SupperA I[yellow chrysanthemums and fuigi hear the facts "first hand". I

mums with gold leaves. Emergingfrom I The Children's Committee hearda I .,- 1N
parish supper will be held I __ :. ."..c.. I
the center of the arrange report from P. T. Nolin abo-it I :- "

Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock at ment were seven burning yellow the Lion's Club program for Miss Ann Moore daughter of to the waist line with self-covered! 4+elr ,

st. Mark's Episcopal church Parish tapers. All appointments on the screening the children of Bradford Mr. and Mis. William Fredrick 'buttons and the flowing train fell'' i

House for members of the church, table were of silver. County for visual defects. Moore of Lawtey, became the brideof from the buffant bustle back. Seed i.

. their guests and friends. The supper Greeting guests at the door I Mrs. Green announced the need Seeber Doyle Andrews, son of pearl embroidery trimmed the'

marks the beginning of the were Mrs. H. C. Brown and Mrs. for volunteers from churches Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ernest An- collar and pointed cuffs. The I

George Miller and in the receivingline clubs, etc. to provide transportation drews of New River, on Saturday bridal. veil of sheerest illusion fell,' .
Every Member Canvass The
before the fireplace, which from time to time for Crip- afternoon, Oct. 4, at 4 o'cock in from a coronet-shaped tiara made:

Bishop has been invited to speakat was banked with magnolia boughs, I pled Children and other patientsto Grace Methodist, Lawtey. Rev. of orange bossoms. She carried a Jane Parker Fresh \ Jane Parker

this occasion. were Mrs.. Mattie Gahagan and Hope Haven, St. Vincent's George Boyer, uncle of the bride, cascade bouquet of carnations I'

-- -' Re and Mrs. MacBlaine. Also receiving Tumor Clinic, and the Duval officiated at the double ring cere- centered with two white orchids. .
.* * * * guests were Mr. and Mrs. Medical Center. Volunteers are mony. Mrs. Moore, mother of the bride?| i
.. to contact Mrs. E. L. attractively selected dress of
'* ( JwwtI. Edward Haight and Mr. and Mrs. requested The church was i: two-piece |

.; gIve : Everett .Prescott. Pouring from, McKnight, at the County Health decorated with chrysanthemumsand gunmetal taffeta with pink and

the silver service during the ap Clinic Telephone 74J. It was gladioli against a backgroundof black accessories and her corsagewas

k k pointed hour were Mrs. Arthur also announced that Mrs.! Mc- fern and lighted tapers. of pink carnations. eachc T each

Fenderson, Mrs. Frank Hoover and Knight would serve as the clear Prior to the ceremony a pro Mrs. Andrews mother of the CAKE E i I PIE 39C

; Mrs. Lemuel Colson. Floor hostesses ing agency for organizations giving gram of nuptial music was rendered groom, selected a dress of navy I

were Mrs. Edward Burns, Thanksgiving and Christmas. I by Mrs. W. H. Edwards, blues taffeta and lace. She wore ,

by TUBS i : Mrs. Cora Quattlebaum, Mrs. Fred baskets. I aunt of the bride, and Miss Lou navy accessories and her corsage I A Regular 35c Value j A Regular 49c Value

'* Orr, Mrs. Charles Futch, Mrs. Herbert The meetings of the Bradford Edwards, a cousin of the bride, was of pink .carnations.Immediately .

and give Thomas, Mrs. James Black- County Children's Committee will "0 Promise Me" (DeKoven) "
you Jit sang following the cere- JANE PARKER
shear and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. be held at Crescent Court beginning "Because" (d' Hardelot) and Ann Page Fancy
held in
, ; mony a reception was
: a touch or magic! itit Assisting in serving were' Mrs. with the December meeting. I the traditional wedding marches I church parlor. The bride's table, oz bottle I FRUITCAKE

Stanley Noegel, Mrs. Ben Row- were used. overlaid with a lace cloth, was centered ""Mlcl"Iglaf..II'1 the fabulous land, Mrs. C. E. Burke, Mrs. Dan Miss Caldwell I II Gene Andrews served as best with a three-tiered wedding'''
fragrance that scents a whole ushers
Becker Mrs. James Stewart Gail man for his brother and cake. Balancing the cake were
series of gifts by Tuuy. Give one Duke, Kay Rowland and Jackie I IPrevatt. I Honoree At TeaMiss Ervin Andrews and Dolph : I A & P Fancy
oil..but I were lighted white tapers in cut glass !
or give give Midnight 'lbs 3.69
I I June Caldwell, bride-elect. Reddish, both cousins of the groom. holders. Miss Rachel Boyer was 21.2 5

yai During the evening salon music. whose marriage to Lt. W*'. H. Edwards The bride was given in marriage assisted in -,p.ing the wedding P NQualYNo cans 31C

was provided by Mrs. Colson, Mrs. Jr. will be an event of I by her father. cake by Mis-. Vnde Webb. Mis
J. W. Kaufman, Gail Duke and Andrews sister of the .,, ,,,
it a I Saturday evening, November 15, Miss Mary Gayle Moore, sister of the bride I
it Jack Miller.Legion served as maid: of honor. JANE PARKER
a the First Presbyterian Church groom resided over ti.i bride's book. Miss COMSTOCK

itit ,4.i tin the inspiration of a tea given. She wore a full skirted, floor Ada Edwards, cousin of the bride CARAMEL

k 1t* AuxiliaryThe the State Farm CommunityHouse I length dress in petal pink nylon presided over the punch bowl. She PUMPKIN PIE MIX canBETTY 21c Pecan

-- I Thursday afternoon of last net and taffeta. The strapless was assisted by Miss Maxine Andrews I
\ fit :: American Legion Auxiliarywill week from 3:30: until 5 o'clock. I'I taffeta bodice featured an attractive cousin at the groom.' CROCKERCRUSTQUICK ROLLS

meet Tuesday evening, Nov. I stoll of folds of net and shirring Lind Jo
) Guests were greeted at the door Misses Jenny Boyer Mary pkg lSc
18. at 8 o'clock in the Legion Hall. of net in petal fashion. She
*. it of the main club room by the receiving Royal and Freda Pearl Boyer. I'kjj. of
Hand & Body lotion. An olf-ovw lilac carnations
All eligible prospective members line composed of the carried a nosegay cousins of the bride, assisted in NO. 2 CATS

6 beauty 01. size I'ion..lcen.d' . with. i Midnight.. $1. ** are' urged to attend. I honoree, her mother Mrs. J. G. and tulle and wore Serving a match-as serving. BUTT 9 29C
halo of illusion. R BEANS 2 cans 25'
Caldwell and the hostesses: Mrs.L. ing After spending some time with
itit Band Parents':*. J F. Chapman Mrs. J. G. Godwin bridesmaids were Mrs. their guests, Mr. and Mrs. An-
Thomas and Mrs. T. 1... Casey, KORDEN'S ,,,,,,,
Mrs. J. C. Wallace, Mrs. H. M. drews left on a wedding trip to
** ", Band Parents will meet Tuesdayat Richarde, Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow, sisters of the bride. They wore points of interest in Florida. The MINCEMEAT pkg 20c NUTLEYSOLEO
a 6:45 in the BHS library, identical to that of the
p.m. Mrs. R. H. Cox and Mrs. J. B. I gowns bride's traveling attire was of tan
prior to the regular PTA meeting.Wyler honor attendant in lilac and petal
Godwin. Specimen chrysanthemums I I of faille suit with brown accessories. j A & P LIGHT MEAT;
in yellow and white were pink. They carried nosegays Her corsage was of white orchids. ,
itit C n df a noted in artistic arrangements : pink and lilac carnations and tulle of, The bride and groom are both TUNA 7 0% can 30' Lb 19C
matching halos I
i and also wore
this spacious room.
muv throughout graduates of Bradford High School. .
I illusion. RATH'S CAN
These blossoms also formed Mrs. Andrews resides at 3132 Post
Perfume VIOl.To luck in her .. The bride chose a Relanda |
punt. centerpiece for the exquisitely Jacksonville, while Mr. An- "
ap-I Street LUNCHEON MEAT -<* 41c
o vial filled with the magic scent! $1], : pointed refreshment table. bridal gown of white satin styled ANN PAJEPORK
at Fort
with Peter Pan collar The drews is with U. S. Army :
in silver candle-
ing lighted tapers the table's beautyas bodice buttoned down the front Jackson, S. C.Methodist. i FOREMOST TOILET &
sticks enhanced
..t Ik did the handsome silver services I TISSUE roll tOe
\ Woodman Circle Men |
I at the ends. From one urn I I BEANSNO.

Mrs. Caldwell poured coffee whilefrom i Officers InstalledThe To Hear SolonC.

the other Mrs. Cox pouredtea. I I Ripe NO. 2 1-2 CANBANANAS

Open faced sandwiches, indi- installation of new officersfor Farris Bryant of Ocala will '

** s3Y ** vidual cakes in the bridal theme l the Supreme Forest Woodman be the guest speaker at the Starke 3 Ibs 2SC: 17CFlorida

and mints were also decorative. j Circle was held in the WOW hall Methodist Men's Fellowship sup ,

1, 7taw F Shoulder corsages of chrysanthemums ,j Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clock. A per, Monday evening, November 1

Blue Ice Stick Cologne. MkJnigU in colors harmonizing ) color scheme of yellow and red was 17, at 7 p.m. in the Methodist Fellowship

..captured in a solid blue. thcV form. with the afternoon dresses that | carried out in the flowers and Hall, it was announcedthis Juicy RATH'S

2% on. .. . $1.25 they chose for the occasion were crepe paper decorations. week by C. H Nasworthy. for I Luncheonc

..' presented to Miss Caldwell to Installing officer was Mrs. Bes- president of the Methodist Men's GRAPEFRUIT F I 4 19C

it riiiA s 1'iv..ieaa Mrs. Caldwell and to their guest : sie Green of Live Oak. Others Club. The supper will be served

Mrs. A. J. Dick of Ventura, California i assisting were Mrs Ethel Walker. by Circle 3 of the Starke Methodist MEAT
it Gainesville, attendant Mrs. Juan- PASC VLCELERY
The hostesses also gavei; ; Woman's Society of Christian

** to their honored guest a gravy I i: ita Lee Live Oak, chaplain; and Service. All of the men of the l large stalk 19c 12 OZ. 'AN
Henrietta Hunt, Starke
selected pattern of Mrs. invited to at-
ladle in her church are cordially I C

** J. --m- 9 ** 4 silver.Lovely gifts, displayed in the I: musician.The following officers were installed I tend.Mr.: Bryant is speakerdesignate ORANGES S'b' bag 23c 41

a''aa : Mae Green, past president;
.roar adjoining dining room, attestedthe J, of the 1953 House of Repre
bridetobe.In | Mae Jaudon, president; Maude Andrews -
the sentatives. ,
popularityof former!I| treasurer; Jessie Chastain. Smoked Sugar Cured Slab TASTY
Cologne. For the addition to present and i
most exciting girl
you I know Hcz. bottlt $1.25\ State Farm residents, guests included II musician; Eunice Wilson, captain; Helen Masters Circle i Ib
11 jewels Eula Mae Conner, chaplain; Hen j 0 R
Mrs. T. H. Rahn and Mrs. BREAKFAST BACON 4SCM
rietta Hunt, second vice president: I Met Last Week '
\V B. Lewis of Raiford. I
it Clyde Ton inson, first vice presi- 1C
dent Ethel Raymond attendant: ,
: The Helen Masters circle of the 49
** it I UDC Meeting .Held Rose Lee: assistant attendant; Baptist Church, with Mrs. F. B. Hard Corn Fed

it t ** I In Godwin Home j, Thelma Wise, auditor; Mae Moore, ; Beard, leader met at the home of Ib

i ncaflex secretary. Mrs. A. A. Durden and Mrs. W R. FRESH PICNICS 35C :
'! The drill teams of Gainesville: WILSON'SRoast
j The November meeting of W. T. Roper on Nov. 4 with 13 members
Live Oak, and Starke seated the
, -Protected Watch f Weeks chapter U. D. C. ass held two visitors and one new member
1 officers. Mrs. Green presented all HARD CORN FED FRESH PORK
Under the Sun at the home of Mrs. \\". F. Godwin I present.Mrs. .
Dusting Powder. Svch o love!/ vray I of her outgoing officers with a
\Vednecd.iy afternoon, Nov. I I : A. J. Thomas gave the de BOSTON BUTTS Ib BEEF
to lHp fragrant all over.I/ on. : I 278 39c
beautiful and Grove
$1.25 5, with Mrs. W. J. Chandler and gift pre- i votional. The program topic "Pre-
25; kt Mrs. J. B. Cottrell as cohostesses.Mrs. 'sented Mrs. Green with a lovely; paration for Week of Prayer", HEADLESS LARGE GREEN; 12 OZ. CAN
E. K. Ferryman, president i crystal bowl. was given by Mrs. Guy Lee. Mrs.

r. .ua'i ieit presided over the meeting and Mrs I The officers of Live Oak will be I O. L. Linsin and Mrs. Ewell Law- I SHRIMP Ib 59c 59cN

., itit W. G. Haile acted as secretary. A i' installed Tuesday night at whichi son. A letter was read from Helen
; 0 Self-winding $65.00 report of the District conventionin I Masters from the Baptist Witness. ]I ORDER YOUR THANKSGIVING
i time Mrs Andrl'wsill serve as -- eeflesee
itit 0 Resists water Jacksonville was given by Mrs.L. I Delicious refreshments were i iserved Prices in this ad ef.TURKEY
it ev made to I! installing attendant and Mrs. Hunt the ,: -
Resists shock A. Davis. Plans were by hostesses during the
festive thru Sat.
1\ ,
entertain the District convention as musician. social hour. j
; !
Nov. 15
itit on Dec. 3rd when delegates from ;1 After the meeting everyone wasI
itit \ ** with the Amble I the seven Jacksonville chapters, I invited to the dining room for a State Farm Club AJAX CLEANSER 12c

Midnight .Combination. Cottons: balance whttl that Palatka and Macclenny T will attend chicken supper can | A & P FOOD STORE
Midnight perfume. and lipstick in guards 0(0111, j Planning DanceThe Blue LabelKARO

Midnight Pink or otKw" Twuy ilndts.Complttt .hock..rully ouoraoletdl Refreshments were served by SYRUP 22c | The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.

4 . $1. the hostesses during the social ;WMU NoticeThe State Farm Communityclub j i 300 East Call St.
I held its Tues 3 Ibs 85c .
J regular meeting Spry Shortening, I.
it hour. I
All prim pI"l lea ROBERTSJEWELRY I business and program meet day afternoon at 2:30. Mrs. R.I Bath BarLIFEBUOY : Bars in Package

CANOVAPHARMACY ing of the Baptist W. M. U. will P. McLendon, vice-president, pre 2 for 21c I WRISLE'X SOAP. 49c
Circle NoticeCircle -
be held In the educational build- sided. Plans were made for a Dromedary Pitted
Thanksgiving dance to be held Large Package .
4 of the MethodistW. ing Tuesday afternoon DATES 7 1-4 .
Nov. 18, .
I oz. 23cWilson's
Friday, Nov. 28, at the club house. NO RINSE SURF 28c i
S. C. S. will meet in the educational at 3 -
o'clock. Daisy Fowler circle,
"Your Friendly Jeweler' Refreshments were served by 12 Oz. Can

Stark *.1a. building Nov. 20 at 7:30 Mrs. B. T. Thomas, chairman, will the hostesses Mrs. J. M. Bradleyand BREEZE, large pkg. 29c I CHOPPED BEEF 62c
Starke, Florida o'clock. Mrs. A. L. Louden will
, have
t the program. Mrs. E. F. Redding.
be the hostess.



_.- ,. _. .-.<--.,. M

-- .

TA01< 1IVit
I I IIf Mr, *. C. D. Brown of Phoenix ),Ir. ''And-, UM. Fred Orr'had as 1 ..IIP No. 9(12 .
; Altar Society yen are required to .no a copy s>l tUl'f'd. bj you.
City. Ala. is cpind I ttg'the.r vt lK their gUMtilhlDi week. ')(r. and : your answer or pleading to the I ThU nolle shall t. tabU.lat'
f Plans Dance '" ho'e resi complaint on the Plaintiff once each week for four coneecutive
with Mrs.
Nettie 3f eorMorgan. Mrs..Nry..Br&d1ey..a.nd Mr. and : 310! AJ., Attorney. T. Frank Landru" t. week In the Bradford. Conty TU.
Mrs. Bernard Deem d of Parker J- Starko, Florid. &TIJ'LHated
St. Edward's Altar Society i d that a and file the orlrlaal In the otttee ,' this 1J day of No\fmlxrmi
Mr. lured Mrs. Charlie Parker burg, W. Va. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court I ,
visited Mrs. 'Parker in Jacksonville Tue5dat..N9v.:: 3,. in the n.ntinl and I ion or before the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J Tnuma-
'' tion lair lth Mrs. Steve child I I 15:; day of December 1(5; Clerk .f the Circuit Court
-* THE HEWS I Sunday; Mrs. J. G. Cladwell has been yon In the otherwise j the alterations of said t IT'Marian, L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
entertaining her house Mrs. mons, president, presiding.! cause and Complaint will be taken &a con-i 11'14 4t 1MTMTTTTTTTVTTTTVTVTTTTTTTTTTVVT 1-

- - I Mrs. 0. J, Phillips, Jr. and Mrs. A. J,. Dick of Ventura, guest Calif. this During the business meeting _._._._._._._._._......... ....
I was planned to have a dance No29 ,
Van Patel left Monday for West j Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and O. J. Phillips Sr. were visiting in week by taking her to visit placesof ''
in the
recreation at
Florida where he will visit friends family visited Mrs. Hardy's per- Gainesville Sunday. interest in this part of the
o'clock with Mrs. Louis Dean
and relatives for ten days. I I ents. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry, state. Monday they with Mrs. L. 4
chairman. Door prizes will be Distinction
I in Brooker on Sunday. Friends of Mrs. Ara Moitt will A. Shepherd, Mrs. Morgan Richarde \ of
I turkey and a lovely lamp.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy regret to hear that she is confined and Miss June Caldwell visited j After the business

and family had as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Baxter of to bed with the 'flu. i White Springs and the Stephen I Helen Wallace and meeting Mrs. 4

:Mr. and Mrs. Carl Motes and son Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and Foster Memorial. Tuesday Mrs. Conners hostesses -- 4
were for I 4
W. H. Lewis and Tues- Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller Dick, Mrs. Caldwell Misses Sue
of Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ovid family
Social hour, when contests
and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli and j Biggs, June and Peggie Caldwell I
Bryan and children day. refreshments were enjoyed. $
Charles Hardy Sr. of Gainesville.Dr. .I Mr. and Mrs Joe Cumber were went to Silver Springs for the day. M Ecinn
': i Wimberly of Lake Butler won
I Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Saul were in Sanford Sunday visiting Father
prize of a plastic Lazy Susan. I
Richard Lyons, former resident I I Tom McClane of Winter I 4
and Mrs. Mark E. Adams I in Hollywood from Thursday to Park .4
and children of Perry spent Sun- Sunday visiting Mrs. Saul's son- of Starke. The three couples also ) spent the weekend with Marion 4

I Mr. and went to the Dog Races in Orange Harrington.Miss \VSCS Notice i 4
in-law and
Ad- daughter.
Mrs. H. H.
day with Dr. and I
Renner. | Park Wednesday evening in celebration I AND LADIES 4
Mrs. E. P of 4
ams. The Meeting
of :Mrs. Gumber's birth Jo Ann Dinkins of Gainesville I 4
Methodist W. S. C. S. will be KOCH'S
I day.
spent the weekend with her 4
at 7:30 I BEST VISIT
Monday evening : 4
I I I parents Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Din-
Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Gay spent | kins. in the church. Mrs. T. H .

several days last week visiting in is in charge of the plogram. ----------- ________ ..4
-- -
THEATRE --------------------------------- 4
at-I .
Tampa and Trenton. !it Mr. an.! Mis. E. L. Matthews 4
STARKE iI i tended the annual fall convention 4 4
I Sortilege Coty
Mrs. G. B. Flynn and George of the Florida Press Association I ALL KINDS: OI-TICK :- l'l'I'I.UT : 4 4

Dedicated To Community Service Flynn Jr. left Tuesday for a ten /it Silver Springs last weekend.Mr. .\ Tilt TELKCiKArilIn : 4

-Movies Are Better Than E\' r"I, day trip to New York and Washington Matthews completed his f.ecI' 4 4

D. C. ond as president of the or- Ravlon
year StBkY BkY
I 1 he (irrnit ( curt Of : 4
If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad''j ganization and new officers were (oiitilj, I'lnridn: In ('IwII.r> E Club b 4
'I CV Durham and In- wile I'l..i i i 4
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat. i| Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis spent elected at this meeting.Dr. 1)tn'h.m I'la.ntiff-; \ -. II II \\ 4
Sunday in An'her'isjtin Mamie I iI I, an.l uifrM.ldi.d, : Wint l>. L', i Tabu 4
i I i 4
:Nn 'M
., Nov. 15-ONLY Anderson and Mrs. P. E. Stone. and Mrs. A. A. Kartsonis I il-- \oll(1'II: iriu t'.t-: 4

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Tues., Wed.-Nov. 18, 19 i 1 pent the weekend at Tarponprings The Stat.' of Florida I.. II II \V GemeyHv 4 4
and MildredVint. whose, od..
Mr and Mrs. John W. Griffinof visiting Mrs. Kaitsonis's: .J. r 4
TRIGGER Augusta. il.; ''rgia ,11.-- .f t rt Elmo
.1 Ohlocknee Ga. were overnight family. Her father Capt. John E. Tl'arl..1aJ; ,-,.: 3
H. u M< I yon .ire ll.-reliV notified\ tll.lt
visitors Monday of Mrs. Griffin's flew from' .
Tsavaris recently i i nit habeen filed aRaiM-t" >ou 4
parent. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. Seattle, Wash., accompanied the. earh of you a< defendant-t, .

UNDERNEVADASKIES Kartsonises here on Sunday for 'above plaintiffs'i-ntitled Court Utl.t.and.. i.uiliiiet th'" Hudnut Elizabeth Arden 3 44
/ I.
I .
1ta. Miss Janie Brawley of Tampa an overnight visit before going on I 1'iUIIIK deTlhrd, lands in llradf: 4
County Florida ti -\vit
( I was the weekend guest of Mr. and to Jacksonville on business. I I"I' of xi-:'.I'I,. ,
t'I Mrs G. B. Flynn. \\>>t :.1 acres of NEtt\ ..f XI:' E SELECTION OF 4
I I I of SW'i.; all in't; '" 21, T\ i
I ism w'7MesM,4Y' Mrs. Alex Dick and Miss Peggy :. s. i: 22: K. '

And- ( 1ti) ,I Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of Tampa spent Caldwell will return to Ventura.Calif a And. "ipy you of your are .\n rrquirrd.-|\\. r ..i t.'f. ..I i i' tTTTTTfTfffTTTTTTTVTyVTTVTTTTTTTTTT

t AKo "Punic For Pappa" Cartoon several days this week with Mrs on Sunday after two weeks' nleadmi i'i aid fau.' upon| I .' I 4
O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kin.eaid. the J. G. Caldwell fam- V Knight, attorney for "I:t'''I |
i visit with .. ,.
whose :addre< IK i S'arke. 4
J'In.late't World News.
I|' ily at the State Farm. ..and file theoriginal thereof m t CHRISTMAS TREEDECORATIONS
,, '(fireof lllldrr.siKlled Clilk.( to
THieiLher l.'ith.: 1S5! *. otherwise j ':
I Sue Biggs of St. Augustine was Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Walters of' allec.ttn.il- plaintiff lull. of ,." f-r:=
I plaint will he" taken a- ..lIf. .-. .,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs ;,: Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. W. ,i, hy you. '

A. T. PAUL I from Sunday to Wednesday. I j JR. Walters and daughter, Claire |I 'It! j i-i mderi'd that this notice I.
I duly published once rich week
of Reedsville. Ga. were recent j i four consecutiveveek.t in : (, ''
Tom and Mark Jackson spent :|' guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ten j I!County newspaper.Telegraph, a duly |": I \ NOW ON DISPLAY 4

Plan "Harvest! Time" Cartoon the weekend with their cousins, I WITXHSC; my hand and of'i. : F 4
: ly. |i .... ...,. ,
--- "" "" I
seal "
at Starkenradfnrd -------- -
and Serial Thur., Fri.-Nov. 20, 21fl8Llll I Lane and Bob Jackson, in Keystone "" ;
Florida,. this 13th: May of X..v. ml.) <
Heights. I Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Hines of 11! !;:!
II (OFFICIAL SKX1.I .\.J Tlionia- j
CYRUS II. SISTRUNKSun. Branford were weekend guests of ,
.. -- I I j 'Irik ofaid I'i', nit I1. _
at11 Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas. i II II ,H It I'n7'I'I
., Mon.-Nov. 16,17Vina I :Miss Fredrika Edwards, and Mrs. I II .- 4r
I \ : T> \II'I: "I i
WMnI t MsMs i Leah Bauknight all of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Sewell ofj i In Flnriilni Tlrrult In Court.Chiin.-rrT Ilrmlfnnl ('.. TREE LIGHTS 89c '

BId I were weekend guests of Mrs. Marianna will be weekend guests ..lameKnrhfiiril: : 1'1:111,111"1:
.a.e.e / r j \\'. H. Struth and Miss Kate of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell. i Cra.Km hf' r.l. Itrfi ndani ...

1 Struth. )( ...

t Mrs.'! Jack Bell of Gainesville is I. '( .. --
This "Kujr Parade" Cartoon and Mrs. Viola Strickland has returned several days this week 6-' %

I to Miami after spendingthe with spending her mother Mrs. W. M. Edwards The : -._=-_ LARGE SELECTION !
"Way Out West In Florid*'" months here with in gift tlwt,
I past four and her father who is says

"uood nouieKtvplnjf'; rtcon :Short her son-in-law and daughter Mr. Riverside Hospital under obser- ; ul j 1 love [ RUG S STORE
and Latest News .. i and Mrs. Bert Ellington. vation. j )Off CHRISTMAS II

'r Mrs Janie Avery had as guests Mr and Mrs. Wallace Faulk and i every sinning} lioitr CARDS

on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jim children of Jacksonville spent ]r "I"C: Starke, Fla. '

MM H H Hudson and family of Largo and Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Maxie I 3
Ed Carswell of Tampa.Dr .
j Cal ter. eta.

and Mrs. T. G. Ritch and
; Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddishand

Special DressSALE i children of Jacksonville spent the Mr. and Mrs Ruby Crosby

I I Brown.weekend with Mr and Mrs. H. C. ,. Cedar spent Thursday Keys. of last week at N Food Market

Sam Mitchell of Jacksonville $150
Mrs. W. B. Parks returned home
I spent Sunday with his aunt, Mrs.J. Monday after spending a week in I i diamonds
M. Mitchell. Ine red ;g.GIVE
I Jacksonville with her son-in-law )I Street Darby Building
I and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Dame. e( .
:Mrs Cora Quattlcbaum Mrs. I *

I Frank Hoover Mrs. R. S. Fprnan- ron Black, Jr. i iI I \.a Parking We Deliver

10 DAYS ONLY +I'visi-ted Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly and i

son. Sonny, left Saturday for I -.- -, "' .-- -
side Nursing home in Jacksonville T

I Reidsville. Ga. where they left'

I on Sunday j Sonny with his grandparents, Mr.1

N I and Mrs. W. P. Walters and then Doz
STARTS FRIDAY, NOV. 14 :Mr and Mrs. F. O Perry of went on to Mars Hill College N. HER A G E S
Houston Texas. Mrs. R. L. Morgan -
C. to visit their daughter Joan.
of Brunswick, Ga. and Mrs. ;I II fu BEHacv [
ENDS SATURDAY NOV. 22 '! and Helen Haines. They returned ]
i II U Koolbeck of Jasper were week- home on Tuesday.Mrs. 1
1:, end guests Of jjr and Mrs. R C.

ALL LADIES I lloltzendorf, Sr. D. L. .Thomas Lavern and Outlaw children and spent Mrs. ] (Ie!s & BEANSo C

:Mr and Mrs. E. W. Newcomb
Tuesday and Wednesday at the DIAMOND WATCH
\ ,of t Orlando were weekend guests'

: f FALL DRESSES ..i t :Mr and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb.'i'i iI Thomas camp in the Big Scrub. Few gifts are more e,eitin No. 1 Can

Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Flynn and at (Christmas than an
I :MiT.. A. Sundem of Gardencity.
.' Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Doss'! of Jacksonville ELGIN WATCHFor JUNE PEAS:
N. Y. is making an indefi-1
/I 5.95 & 6.95 i spent the first of the week .
nite 'isitith her sister Mrs Don- '
i at the Flynn camp on Lake He an KLMN; : i a deep I
,I :U McRae and Mr. McRae and No. 2 Can
: witt. personal expression of your
also with Mr. and Mis. James
1\\\ \ admiration for the person
NOW 4.99 i iI I I Drew. Mrs. M. C. Ford, Jr. left last youish to plea.e.And BEANS

Friday for a ten day vacation and you need only glance at
Mrs D. L. Thomas.. Mrs. W. E.
visit with relatives in Mobile. these KUJINS: to know
Doling and Mrs. T. C. Hazen '
and New Orleans, La. that here is beauty beyond
i Jr. attended the Junior Woman'silub 9
7.95 measure I.eauty, that
, district all day: meeting at :, of Jonesboro.Ark. .
Tom Trevathar
I I cannot help but command Qt
the Southside Woman's Club in son-in-law and C H
visiting his
; ; ![,I Jacksonville! Wednesday.\ of last daughter. Mr. and Mrs Bill Epp attention.

( NOW $5.99 1 week. (II The

S Mrs. John Sale will return tc ELGIN WATCH -
H G Davis Jr. of Tallahassee
her home Valdosta, Ga. on
) N.ied< his mother-in-law, Mrs R. visit with By Traditionmer t'a'..
day after two weeks'

8.95 & 9.95 '.1 f, IXivjs..' to homecoming last Friday at while Stetson.en- her son. Guy Sale. and family. Oldest and The Finest. B Lh c

Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs. J R.
Mrs J. L. Anderson Jr. and ELGIN WATCH
attended i
Kite and Mrs. J. A. -
NOW J.99 Children !spent!' the weekend in
the Spring Fashion Mart in By Tradition Accurate OR
:; Gainesvillelth Mr. and Mrs. T. Performance
Tampa over the weekend. at every prit.'elenL

C Raines. '. I From

N Mr. and :Mrs. Tim Stevens and $33.75 to $295.00 Lh
10.95"" 13.95q7 Mrs Alfred G. Grunweld of '
Mrs. J. T. Stevens of Sanford were
Black Mountain, N. C. and her --
Sunday guests of the Ned Yanceys
brother. W. H. Griffin Jr. of Visit Our Store
here --
Mrs. J. T. Stevens is remaing
.. Goldsboro. N. C. were overnight '/ Gal Jar
NOW $1'99 j for the week with her daughter.Mrs. TheseBeautiful
( '
guests Wednesday of Judge anS' Yancey, and family.

Mrs A. Z. Adkins.Mr I WatchesOr

Mrs. Olin White Sr. was visiting
See Our
and Mrs. Cecil Prichard returned -
TAKE ADVANTAGEOf Mr. and Mrs. Charles Savagein
home Wednesday from San'Diego ''
Jacksonville from Thursday to Window Display
These Great Savings Calif. where he received his Monday.Van Lbs C
-- 3
,: discharge as a Chief Petty Officer.

i Patel and faTrily: had as Ed Simpson
Mrs. C. J. Houpt spent last
Sun,',-y guests, Mr. and Mrs Bruce ,
I weekend with her parents inr Galloway and children. Mr. and

Store i Lakeland.T. Mrs. Saiym Kulcorne of Gainesville Gem JewelryStarke's
Robbins I I J
II and Miss Fran Taylor and LbJ
Values" !I K. McClane of Winter Park Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bennett and Oldest! Jeweler SAUSAGE
was at Blanding for the weekend.
Ij I II I son, Wayne, of Jacksonville.Mr. and Seaboard Railway

IJ j I L. F. Dinkins spent Wednesday and Mrs. Hugh Edge of i Watch Inspector! :

J 1 in Ocala on business.. GainesiJle'isited Mr. and Mrs. '! J

Glen Duke Tuesday night. i



-- --- ---



,1''..............................1"'f..... ......, a ..qonjto. Mr* and Mrs David Ernest Joan Sweeney spent Wednesday I this technicolor adventure film I Florida, Ja Oa.C'f'rJ'. [you are required to serve a copyt
Gelatine Presents Anew Paul Parker Plaintiff v*. OraycD
TurkeY' : < your answer or pleading to thom
of'Sausalltq,'.C lif. '.},(rs. Er night with Miss Florrie Gnann They pit their wits and brawnagainst Parker. Defendant. plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney
:Hit: :Pfo r: nest is She daughter of Mr. and and attended a Candy Pulling the evil forces of Baron Case Ko. 947! E. K. Perryman Staj-kt, F
Notice Toppf'.r.. and file the In .
original the
off' -
Mrs. Joe Oliver And will be remembered party at the home of Mrs. M. H. Gruda, a Spanish nobleman durirg T.>: Orayce I?. Parker who!, of the Clerk of the Circuit C. -t
to her friends as Joyce. Hersey at Theressa and Miss the 18th century. They are called residence and address \is: 854 Nowlt, or before the

r by Mrs. Wjn. Hammond : },fro and Mrs. Wylie Williamson Sweeney spent Armistice day with upon to vault from the house tops I i l'I.1l'p."t'nt't'You are\ hereby, California notified that a otherwise 17 day of November, ISM
; allegations
A4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.A and. family were Sunday. night Mr. and Mrs. Mack Alderman at into open windows and give the suit nivoroe.for ustody of minor ('hiMRnd Complaint will be taken a-> .a. i <-
'guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melrose.Mr. chasing militia a run- ratification 'fessd by> you.
merry of.
supper parationgr..II..nt
D. (Dave) Dyal remains x.a'r I This notice shall! be p.it> : .. .a
about the Homer Smith of Highland.Mr. and Mrs. Clauc-e May were around once each week for four c> ::.tt- .
same. has been filed against the
you In .
weeks .
of Rev in the Bradford Cu '
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne and : and Mrs. Emory Brown Thursday dinner guests More of their escapades include'he shove named Court and cause and graph. r -
I and Mrs. Fred Dodd and family at ,you are required to serve a ropy of .
family were in Palatka Sunday. Mrs. T. F. Brown Frank Brown I storming of the Spanish shipbv your answer or pleading to the (I FFlt'\AT.I I..j)\ 11'
Postmaster and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins and Miss Josephine Thomas of Keystone Heights.. k attack on the complaint on the Plaintiff. I ..k I ; f' I.. I rE' .
Mr. R. F. Dyal and grandson the pirates an Anoint,' /:\ch H. Douglas ."i, .
son Joe and daughter, Mrs. Hampton and Mrs. D. W. Mooreof island and the posing by I.vich building Ja..k".r\, > Xl.ir .ii -I' \ I'' .
George Williams, were Thursday Starke visited relative.i in Pa Buddy Roark spent Mondaith 1 ,yd:,. jr, yr garrison Florida
latka Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Dyal. Lam'aster himself in a SpanishdLtn'It I And file the' oiiKin.il In the office, ..r
dinner guests of Mr. and Miss Anne Brown of Starke j : ..urt. i this Clerk of the rncuu Court on Now TRY THIS
Stockton Milton at Macclenny. Mr. Mrs. D. W. Moore of Starke or before the

Wiggins says "That was the best spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. spent the weekend with her father > day ..f l>... -ml.fr, 15D! : '
I Mr. L. Brown.Mrs. OTTAGB PRtl'ER1f1:1T1NO otherwise the allt-Rationti of aiil "CHILD'S COUGH
I tasted.
fried turkey ever T. F. Brown. : Complaint will be taken as ri.nf-
entertained ata R. F. Dyal. Mrs Bruce r ed by
Mrs. W. A. Saxon Rev and Mrs. R. C. Gray and t you
and Mrs VVm This notice shall be published For coughs and acute hroiKhiti- ,
Buddy, :
Miracle Maid Demonstration Roark, son will be ::
daughter, Valeria, have returned 'qr' up' Prayer Meeting once each week for four consecumeweeks colds
party Friday evening. Sixteen from Tampa where they spent ten I;::.mmond called on Mrs. Don ; nets u 'the home of Rev. and Mrs. in the Bradford County Tele- sPeclallyprep4rcdforChildren you can now get Creomi KI I,.I

friends were preser t. days at a revival. Loper and Mrs. A. H. Kelsev at S i iJradv 304 Park St., each I graph.hated 1111'.1\ .% i.f Xu'.r.!! pink and blue package and be II MI u.
Mr. and :Mrs. Vernon Slade Theressa Monday afternoonMrs. 1952 I
( I ) Your child will like :
Nettle of Earlton at j::30 m. : I i'
Mr. Preston l'.tllt"sday p.
visited her mother Mrs. Fannie Mamie Meade is spending (OFFICIAL SEAL) AJ. Yhomag. (2) It contains only sal. p ,
was a Sunday guest of his cousin Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Meads at Jacksonville Saturday,, sometime in Cocoa. By M.in.ui L. 'i.isby, hcputy'leyk 1 ingredients.
and Raleigh Brannen and family.Mr. bus- 11 7 It 11 '28TO ((3)) It contains no narcotic> \
end her sister Mrs. F. B. Hall Mrs. W. H. Maxwell was a la 'I iir lin<< -uit Court in and For
and Mrs. Francis Silcox of I turb nature's :
family of Gainesville ;mday. I iness caller in Jacksonville Fri- II I Iirail Curd oniilj)', V'lorlil.t. :\nn(''': .ATI-Kill processes.
on.I ((4)) It will aid
Plaintiff r.
Lake Butler are visiting the JoeForsthys' f Fl. i ula nature to ooHo: -
Mrs. Ellen Saxon has receivedan day. Turkey !left over from the holiday meal and cranberry jelly make a i I I. i I.. "\In .\utiniiiiliilf. Kngiiif: n Circuit Court Irndfurd Connty, heal raw tender inflamed Ihr"I<
and the John Knights' of Don- and festive in a two-tone gelatine salad. Both layersf 1.1' liilJt 1., and Hill: Morliln: la dinnerrr n>
announcement of the birth oft Cpl. Frank N'azworth lew reappearance I. i 1 .H l.in.iV, bronchial membranes, thus p-tn .
Mr. and Mrs. John Knight and I I aldson Air Base, Greenville S. C ) the cranberry turkey salad are prepared with unflavored gelatine, I N.It'It::i: ThiKpnt. and H'H.i.-e L. T ,ql..lI.ODell.Defendant.PUltitlff vt- J.i k the cough and promoting nt m>
Macclenny I the kind that allows enjoyment of natural flavors and colors. :-':' ll I I'd..lld..nt! > tnivleep
I son Ronnie were in Roland N'azworth of maximum ".i><. Xtiml" "9fitou ; t'ae '"". 'M. Ask for CreomuNion 'o i m,
evening. and K-Sgt. I One envelope of gelatine combined with mayonnaise and left-over turkey i nine \tlre To Appear: dren in the pink and blue
I IfheT11 I Saturday I'ariu Island. S. C. spent the makes a creamy layer, and the second envelope molds the cran- 'I'he Male of I'lnritla Tot T"' .la.-k T i u'llell whose r- 'Ihl'r .;
fried only& Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kelly and I weekend with their mother MrsL'na berry jelly to supply brightness and tai ness to the dish. Serve salad on Kill: \\ilhtm Thlgpi-r and\ .iddr.'f.s is- now!I CREOMUCSIONFOR
> are here!" that
nd daughter Helen spent Saturday Nazworth and I family. Both cabbage slaw and surround with bread and butter sandwiches cut with "'1..1 ut.tHira.f suit for ; .1
:n.1 l lStrfft
Ive % I Smith. I-!:: \Vt :: .
with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ad- I turkey cookie cutter. !It \ CHILDREN
night their discharges soon. Jacksonville, Florid.tAn
boys expect : .. .
Cranberry Turkey Salad .., hav: I .; n.' \ f' .
kins and all attended the Legion t" all personowning i- t'v t Coughs Chist Colds Acutr Stun "
Mrs. Jessie Chastain I claiming inl're"11. :t: .t. I "I' "a '!
Layer having or allY
'rnrcAl ( 01 Fair at Starke. with a Stanley Party Monday I 1 envelope unflavored Relating 1 tablespoon lemon juice ill.- following dxsi rihiMJ ]n.ii,.nOne \

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harmonof evening. Games were played and i U cup cold chicken bouillon ?. cup mayonnaise or salad dressing KngiinNurnhr 1950 I.in..ln",'I 1.1'\m-.t-I"-1\! : let'(

fhe'sA Floral City spent the weekend prizes were won by Mrs. Donald I ',2 cup hot chicken bouillon 1 cup diced cooked turkey You are hurl. 'I.'I i i :. ..1 I ALVAREZ' STORE Estahli.hccl 1 I.q I
Ji salt 3 tablespoons minced !I'.'i itin i ha1liefi (ii' d l n 'i.I
eq with Mr. and Mrs. Archie Eilandat McMahone, the door prize by Mrs. teaspoon green pepper F'.i.i'lf.\ d < .
s diced till Toim for
i celery
the Watterson home. Wm. Hammond. Seventeen neigh- cup Florida graving hit th. i'''...\ -
in cold chicken bouillon. Add hot bouillon and salt and .
Soften gelatine irild property l.ifin ( 11,1| tState
1Iffie4Lt. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Watterson: bors and friends attended. Refreshments I stir until dissolved. Cool, add lemon ;juice and mayonnaise. Stir in turkey of Florida 1..lr.IItIIl I"'lo! Wi

all Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meng and I were served by Mrs ,I green pepper and celery. Pour into large mold; chill until almost MMon.s of I h.. ISfMTHRf. l..t\v -

\ ;. brother spent last week at the I Chastain assisted by Mrs G. P .I, firm. While this mixture is chilling prepare the following cranberry tj Florida! to appear, and >"in ti "u u-'h? lieieli c.lT>.. 1"1 mi| cut
; Sue Chastain. mixture. I".--niiiei A I.'
Watterson cottage in Cedar Keys. ;Wadsworth and first :\Inndiltn.
1 ''Til, tilt 1-t, ''In I i,1 l
; : bring
r The Hampton Home Demonstra- Layer II month and show : with personalized attention complete
( tor. Club met Tuesday Nov. 11 1 envelope unflavored gelatine % teaspoon salt prayer of said I"I i t ,i..', dependable fire insurance protection... r r
I at the City Hall with five present. J,2 cup cold water 1 tablespoon lemon juice not he granted '.' I Ii,.. A m- at a SAVING in cost through dividends. r/
.t: Hearing Aids otheioccasions i & cup hot water 1-pound can jellied cranberry sauce ntii. he entered 11. I i isid ,-
Confections for Christmas or >\ Petition
and they Soften gelatine\ in cold water. Dissolve in hot water, stirring thor- {tone and order. I 11 \h' k
AND were mad oughly. Add salt and lemon juice. If desired, cut ,3-inch thick slice Itradford County. Fl. '
,... I were all delicious. It waax ed from jellied cranberry sauce; cut with scalloped cookie cutter; reserve il.iv of Oi-tdber. A D. .19. sit us rot TIC
I to get paint for the stove and I for garnishing finished mold. Crush remaining sauce with a fork. Addto FFKMAI.<< SKAL) x. ,J i.iMpiK ANSWIlTOTOUtWMIANCl
I < of said i"irrim ull'
.. BatteriesDiabetic II I tables, a blind for the kitchen. and,' gelatine mixture; beat with rotary beater until smooth. Turn on top I"'yIarian: I,. CroMi. I lit tnii\] "'. II i IXSllLXCEGE; ('r
-., I of first layer. Chill until firm. Unmold and surround with cabbage slaw. 1 117! lM I' RUBS
I YIELD; 10 servings. I iii Ij i 'N. Court Phone 285:
-- Foods .
+Mrew. .'
I >ricn TOPIM \n
t a few other necessities. Burt Lancaster In Circuit ('.purl llruuTord < uunl'

.. ntl-rl AND Let Us Thoroughly Vivian Saxon and aunt Mrs I I I I H

SuppliesSurgical Wash Your Clothes i Minnie Weathersby of Pompano I Seen As BuccaneerIn I

,. '. PT..i!'. spent the first of the week with Florida Film i
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Saxon. Mr. I
9 Pound I
Spots out and Mrs. Geo. Saxon returned Incredible feats of daring Ant

No cleaning odors SupportsAND For 40c! with them on Wednesday due to \ the highlights of "The Crimson
the serious illness of G. C. Gentry,
I son-in-law of Geo. Saxon. Buccaneer" showing at the Florida -
Colors sparkle FREE Bleach If Desired! I
Mr. Garnow Trotterer of Detroit Theatre this Sunday and Monday .' 50 WA
o Better lasts Trusses Temple Ave. Staikt
press I I Mich has returned after looking I Burt Lancaster is seen as a

after his property here. colorful buccaneer chieftan and
1 I
Call today' We Rent .
Rev. W. C. Burton has moved Nick Cravat as his loyal mate ir I'I

We Will \ mar Keystone Heights. His address I

CrutchesVeterinary will be Keystone Heights I s Proved best in over 100,000 Florida

PUT YOUR NAME, ADDRESS Dry Your Clothes Fla., in care of Rev. Freddie Dodd. i i FOR SALE I homes models to solve every
I Mr. and Mis. \V. W Hammond
AND PHONE NUMBER HERE I problem-new low-payment terms
1 For 20c and daughter, Willow Ruth. were |

Supplies I la New Automatic Drlenl! Sunday guests of their son John : Frazee HouseAnd to fit any budget don't take

STARKEDry Hammond and family. i
1 Vacant Lot fi chances: with health and comfort
CANOVAPRESCRIPTION Mr. and Mrs. V. W Crawley ofMelrose r
Behind i 'i' see your Oil House Heating
Cleaners ant I I spent Sunday with Mr. ,
dealer !

LaundryStarke \I Mrs Leland Bedenbaugh fell' .

( hospital) The Washeteria in her home last week injuring:I BEST OFFER OVER

Fla. I Gainesville, Fla. herself quite badly but now is 'I

'" able to ue: up a part of the time. $$5,500.00 IREElBooUel; : giving

L 'land BrdenbauRh and sister tit retails-ot ylwreoleroronynorido

i' Ruby. wenin Gainesville Tuesday '

ami inn.. i TAKES IT a Power & light Company -

1 1I t ( office!

Lund And Chandler ; STROUT REALTY __ A t\ u
1. '\ \ 1 FLORIDA POWER &
Have Star RolesIn :,
Starke, Florida \.t P LIGHT COMPANY

Park ShowA
New -I I

hitherto undisclosed phase in
the life of the great Apache

leader Cochise, is the theme of A better deaf
'i Isu
"The Battle at Apache Pass".

showing at the Park Theatre Sun- ; / a because .
You always get
day and Monday. 11[ Every Chevrolet ", -

c (. .. I John Lund and Jeff Chandler .11 1 marched to the job-v.ith.lhc right

ale starred in this thunderous / power, the right capacity, right

engine, transmission, springs, axle
spine-tingling film, based on th / a.6 II and tires to do its work at the

peace-loving nature of Cochise and III [D .rl' lowest possible cost.

'r+ >. 'yaw .. ttiA the murderous hatred of Gcrommut t :K"j III Come in and see for yourvif,
wonderful deal Miu'll get
for the whites. ;:, II w i shat a
v.ith a great new Chevrolet l ITIKKA
Lund plays a major in the Seventh [ 4

% Calvary, while dandier better buy

plays the Indian. I !
I 4p$4 lit
army'' because .
The plot concerns a young e e

officer who causes the Apache | LESS
chief to turn against the white i i / 1"-
V II Production economies, possible
fir: a man and fight him for 11 years I cause Chevrolet is the worlds Liu I
after he had been accused of kid-1 I 511do i r cst truck manufacturer; lu Chivvy

4 ra I napping a small white boy. Ilm i Ii / II 111.1 role trucks list for less than: con"
9 4. +i ] 11I1II / .1 parable\ models jf any otlu-r nuir. i
ti a ar. I ('.\ Ol' THANKS .I|

We wish to thank all our friends I MAINTENANCE COST ,,

who have been so wonderful to VaKe-in-llead engine desmn! ; str nc

us during the time of our sorrow. : TRUCKS'! and sturdy llvpoid reara\k'llb: I : .
Sincerely. 'Hitfaniih oi SteveWeldon WITH CHEVROLET Mounted cabs; rigid channel upframes [
axle huu-,
SToRehfif ; single-unit rear "
hodie' and iii."'
.witA clean convenient steady heat 7 I ings many! ; L'nit-IX-sign other features reduce> ct''band

ft ii1J ', Better Buy Now increase the huh of jOur ( 'ln.".

1 w > 4 d rule Advance-pc')ibn trucks.

For snug comfort for ever)1 member of sour family ,
666 off' TRADE-IN

this winter, heat your home with STANDARD (akc Chevrolet trucks keep their 1.I r,
proof of the greater: val'.<
BURNER OIL, the heat-packed: fuel oil you can LIQUID OR UBim-UMt FACT RE1JEI / tx'/ longer built into Chevr,. .'.' t truck and .t
> '
Clean-Burning <' L' at trade in tin"'
wonderful plus
,, depend on for clean, convenient, economical heat. r %

Whatever type of oil-burner or furnace: you have,

:o 100% Distilled
we can furnish you with a grade of Standard JUST ONE / in demand r
in value
Heat-Packed Burner Oil that assures you maximum heat for FRIGIDAIREMade in soles /

t Economical your money. Prompt delivery, handled by trained, only by General -- J
Motors Corp. All other nuosm of,landard.Pgs d
courteous men, and all the "extras" you have Electric Refrigerators are a.drnevdrord n d.p.rtd"t o "

1 learned to expect at the Standard Oil sign. Call us made by other companies ,I evciiabitify c'notcriat.) ;; ;,2t

and cannot use the word

now for your fuel-oil requirements. Frigidaire. .

.Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE -





and Temple Are.
\ Starke, Fla. PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. .





.,'.n_." _.. _' >_ .._' _,



a oNe r. able data from this country and controls. .

: Hpm 3sJesus 4a abroad that pertained to the use i i greatest improvement came :fi,
Other t tables in the
:f antibiotics in swine rations." study re- adding antibiotics to a tVe.i

Their firdt-d included i catalog according which the main ,
BY CLINT BONNpR primary table giving dai- protienUMI'
1 ,4 !1\ pains as compared with those to type (.f ration with the peanut meal: The gain "", ; .
ma r;; ?i",: p f ht
IIi protein I1gtht' trds:
th '
control animals receiving the :r. <' v-a !t.i.;" .
same rations without antibiotic deter i: > fa; t'r In the t.ibhAhnn ; t" t .n': ,l .\ i :,' (p: \ -

supplement, shows that terramyoinand I !i.n ,:>. 1 the antibiotic! : the! f-1 1 ut'i: it.,';: al :I pc! .
Presbyterian Church I At The Tabernacle
I Lover of My Soul aureomycin are more suitablefor

The of the swine feeding than other antibiotics
Gideon -
Regular services in the Presbyterian j, presence r

Church this Sunday include ]'I Organization in Starke and vicinity IT WAS MARCH. 1788. Eighty-year-old Charles had breath and as his wife took down the lines terramycin with an average H 't, ArcIappy To Announce That

Sunday School at 10 a.m., with over the weekend was felt in Wesley preached his last sermon at London's City he began "In age and feebleness extreme: ." growth response of 17.6 per
classes for all agea. nearly all of the Churches in Bradford Hoad chapel. On the 29th. as friends stood around His last song on paper, he said "I'll praise ." and cent above the controls and aureo-
his bed "The sweet Lard of Methodism" sang Isaac died. mycin with 15.1
percent. Penicillin -
Morning worship at 11 a.m. will County on Sunday. ;I Watts' hymn Til Praise My Maker While lye Publishing a selection of his brothel works, in third PLACE
be led by guest preacher, Leslie The Tabernacle Speaker was Breath. Then he called for pen and paper. He John Wesley pleaded in the foreword of" his! "Col place. stimulatedgrowth KITTY'STHK
A. of the Florida Harry King State Presid 'nt, of would yet praise his Maker with another hymn. lection" that critics not "tinker" with the poems as gains averaging 10 4 per
Shepherd, Jacksonville. He gave a graphic Returning to England in 1736 from Georgia, "They are really not able to mend either the senseor rent; bacitracin, fourth gave 95;
State Prison! who has announced where he had been secretary to Gov. Oglethorpe the verse." But his plea was ignored and even percent and :
that he will speak on the subject account of the work of this organ- Charles Wesley and his brother John, started in "Jesus. Lover of My Soul" was tinkered with for 9 streptomycin fifth

"So you have voted-then what?" ization through the years since its earnest an their Methodist movement. In half a JOO years before critics conceded that the original percent.In Home of Home-Cooked
that be- inception. Thousands of Bibles century John Wesley six years older than Charles, could not be improved. It was of this hymn that a second table, showing: Meals
The Church announces and New Testaments have been traveled! 250,000) miles and set; England afire with Henry Ward Beecher said he would rather have
ginning Sunday Nov. 23 the 4 .OOO sermcns. Charles set the Christian world written "than have the fame of all the kings that growth gains stimulated by varying
Young People's Society will meet distributed in schools hotels hospitals singing 6.500 hymns. He wrote perpetually. Manywas ever sat upon the earth." Many nice stories have levels of antibiotics, aureomycin HAS RE-OPENED

at 6:30: and will offer a varied and to service men, etc the time he stopped at houses along: the road been invented about its writing birds flying
The influence of this fine body of and asked for pen and paper that he might set through Wesley's study window for refuge was first in the lowest-level \ftiT lU-ins ('Ju-l'd
program of youth discussions and down verses he had written in his mind while riding Storms at sea the author fleeing from mobs, category -. for feeds containing :> For The Past Se\eral Month
activities for young people of all Christian men. engaged in the I from mission to mission on horseback. At 30 etc. Charles Wesley was simply praising his Maker fewer than 9 grams of antibioticper Due To Hoad Construction.HV .

age groups from junior and intermediate worth-while work of putting the he wrote "Hark the Herald Angels Sing." At 39 when at 31 he wrote his crowning masterpiece. But ton. At this level it
i Word in public places and private "Love Divine, All Love Excelling" and at 41 "O, For strange the hymn that critics have been unable producedaverage want to lake //i/.i opportunity
up. hands, cannot be underestimated.The a Thousand Tongues to Sing.( Hundreds lay In be- to improve was thought so little of during Wesley'stime gains of 14.7 percent Ter expnxs
Choir rehearsal will be held each I Youth Meeting scheduled ,I j I tween. Thousands followed. that it was not included in a Methodist Hymnal ramycin was not fed at this level! our appreciation for your business in the'
i! When pen and paper were brought( to his bed. until nine years after the author's death. The in any of the tests correlated
Wednesday at 7 p.m.. and it is an- for Saturday night promises some :| rsrlec__-____ WP.. nn IPV_ was too weak to write. But he still corn- the Florida by past and hope to continue to please ;in
nounced that plans are under way interesting innovations, such as i! Jesus, Lover cf my soul: Thee, 0 Christ, art oil I wont; study. However, at you
for the pre-Christmas Candle the invasion of the "Busy Bees I j I Let me to Thy bcscm fly More than all in Thee I find; the level of 9 to 15 grams per ton. the future.

Lighting Service, and a number of j and the Birds." ,I While the nearer waters roH, Raise the fallen, cheer the faint. it produced an averaged growth
other Interesting programs and I II While the tempest still is hh; Heal the sick, and lead the I K stimulation of 21 percenter t t the
i fide me, 0 my Saviour, hide Just and holy is Thy name,
services in which the Choirs will . . . . .
Till the of lite is I all unrighteousness a 1 A I a a a a a .
Church storm post; am ;
Presbyterian ..
---------------.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. .. ... .
take the lead. Safe into the haven guide, False, and full of sin I om, 4 ..
Sunday School at 9:43.: lost. Thou full of truth and 4 r
invited i 0 receive my soul. ot art grace
The is cordially
to all services pubiic of the Church. Friendship Class 10 a.m. :: 4 ONLY 6 HOURS 12 NOON TO 6 P.M. ONLY t
Morning service conducted at' C.'ier refuge have I none; Plenteous grace with Thee is found;
Hangs my helpless soul on Thee; Grace to cover all my sin; 4
St. Edward's ChurchSunday 11 a.m. Leave 0 leave me not clone Let the healing streams abound; 4 79c COUPON IS WORTH [
Still support and comfort me; Make me, keep me pure within, wTHIS $2.21
('t:'' TtA'OST\I. HOLINESSCHURCH All my trust on Thee is stayed, Thou of life the fountain art, : 79cCr
Masn at 0'15 a. m All my help from Thee I bring; Freely let me take of Thee
Weekday Mass 7:30: a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Cover my defenseless head Spring Thou up within my heart 4 77/75 ('Ut70:1,1'1) ;7c! Entitle The Hearer To One Of Our ',
Children's Class Wed. 3:00: pm.Kf'1tone With the shadow of Thy wing. Rise to all eternity. 4
Morning Service 11 &.01. 4 Genuine Indestructible S3M;
HeightsWomen's << I ..
F.venlngSprvlcl' 7:30 .
p.m. ,
( Club) Prayer Meetings Wednesday -".. ( 4

Sunday Mass 1st. 3rd 5th Sun. night 7:45: p.m. Saturday nign 4 4 Vacuum Filler Sackless Fountain i Pens f
11 a.m. 2nd and 4th Sun 8 a.m. I I II 7:45 p.m. -- -4
Confessions before all Masses. 4
7:30 p.m.Theressa. .VYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY'LAWTEY 4 4 Visible Ink Supply. You Sec All The Ink Five ((3); ) Year (;Guarantee With Each iVn >

.... ..-1 ,J <4 One Special Size To Be Used By Ladies. Men. Boys and (;iirk t

ChristianServices DU.Lrltollte4 '7 lUur..raltli r stun! eIa Lcatg l\lrmlni\ am, Ala.. 4 4 4 THE IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT E ETelevision E

7:30. We every extend Sunday a cordial eveningat Invitation I))' I. II. MichWUUUUUUUI NATIONAL GUARD I Soil Reaction Hog Feeding Tests 4 4 "You. l'e11 The Ink." J5.000ord.s)( \\ ith One Filling; '

to to NEWS NOTESSgt : Has Important Role Show 4
every one come ..IUt ImportanceOf 4 a', -
worship with us and hear a fine .4 t 1 -- : r
Gospel sermon. Last Sunday was Gideon Day in Geo. A. WInkler lepoitH' In Fertilizer UseThe AntibioticsTabulation 4 4 4 ; ,

Cecil Douglas, minister Bradford County and the Gideons 'to Ft Bennuig. Ga. on Nov 6 tn 4 I

had Lay Speakers in many of the /attend the Infantry Leaders Course i eu,tion of your soil measured '' of results'of worldwide 4

Church of God churches in the County. In Law-' i in Light & Heavy Weapons.: His ', m pH values is an important scientific experiments shows The New Plunge Filler Vacuum Zip Only One Pull and It's Full t

'fey Ray Dorman was speaker at the fifth man from the local measure of the soil's condition that terramycin and aureomycinare ,
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- the First Baptist Church and P. |

ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening W. Fisher was guest speaker at
Service 7:30 p.m. YPE Service 'h.' Methodist Church. Both of : :National Guard at Ft. Kenning. I I Agricultural Experiment Sta- I to the National Foundation FILLING; NO LEVER: : FILLER NO PRESSURE BAR! NO RUBBER S.\(' '

Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting these men are from Jacksonville M. Sfft. Rodney 1' Wall and t ion.I I which has just been published. The

7:30 p.m. Thursday. and their messages were enjoyed !Sgt. Frank W. Dryden Jr. are I I I'! Soil reaction indicates how acid tabulation made by the University 4 This Coupon Good Only While Advertising Sale Is On

Lawtey hy all who heard them. ', ;attending leadership: School and I'i or how "sweet" the soil is. The of Florida College: of Agriculture HRIXG THIS COUI'OX

Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn I II Mrs. Kffie Miner hail as her 'expect to graduate in January. I II I pH scale is a simple numerical appears in a Foundation book
ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving -I quests:: from Friday to Sunday Mr. ,i S gt. Billy D. Dansby and Cpl. measure of this soil reaction. At entitled "Recent Advances m Nutrition i 79 C BOTTLE OF I INK FREE: WITH EXTH.PE: I POINT( ;i3c; >
Saturday, 7:30 p.m.VOOILAWN rind Mrs. Frank Wells and daughter Joseph l N. Warren are attending pH 7.0 the soil is neutral. Below Research. I.DIITS01' MORE THAN TWO I PENS TO EACH COUPON 79 C r'

i Nina from Okeechobee. On I(Communications Chiefs School! and<<1 II this number the soil is acid; The data presented were gathered 4 POSTIM-LV: NO PENS SOLD AT THIS I'HU'EFTEH SALEKOCH'S : >
\ MISSIONARY:; Saturday the Wells and the Miners expect I( to graduate in February. from
i I above it is alkaline. i a study of a largnum. >
KAITIST OIITKCII: were visiting and shopping in Jack, Many other conrsi-s are offeredto The relative ber of tests conducted over the -4 4 >
onvillo. acidity of the soil 4 DRUG STORE STARKE
This church has called Rev. J.I I j members of the local Guard j i plays a large part in the action last three years. Their tabulation 4 -- FLA. I
I A group of Legionnaires\ l from unit their National represents, they rt.t ',ill! 4 ,
W. Longino of Jacksonville as ': Clarke visited the School on 1 through Guardmembership : />f fertilizer. Plant nutrients such \ n-p i\nl- T"TT'fT'f"TTT""T'f"". ". ". ". ". ", ". .. .. ., .. ., .. ., .w. -. ---------_-------------_..._,. _... _..._..._..._...T__T"_"_
pastor, upon Elder A. G. Flynn'3 Armistice and ::: such as Administrative I' as potassium, ammonia nitrogen.
Day the
presented ,
I Clerks Course. Cooks School
resignation a few months ago. I various magnesium and calcium appliedas
rooms in the school with
Sunday services: 11 a.m., 7 p.m. ]Radio Repair<< and Radio Operator fertilizer salts leach faster
an American be
I Flagto used in"
Wednesday night. 7:30 Mechanics School and others. from acid soils than from
p.m. move:
the Class
The teachers and
Everyone welcome to all fpr\- pupils thank room.the for the The local unit has ten vacanciesleft nearly neutral ones. Phosphorus :s Now

ices. Flags. Legion !] and a special recruiting effort less available in acid l soils. rind cut costs

The first to with Hill he made in the near futureto the availability of copper zinc, your running
person qualify
CHURCH OF JKSUS: CHRISTOF I j I build the unit to full strength.In boron and manganese i- lower at
City Clerk as a candidate in the
1-ATTER n.I'I.'TS:' d iSC'1Io1sing'our son's impending high pH levels.In .
City election to be held
on DE'1:
I 1 military obligation", Capt. highly acid flat-
The Church of Jesus ember 2. was Dempsey Hutchison.
Christ of
:Hugh B. Ingram commander of
woods soil, iron, aluminum
Latter Day Saints will hold its Dempsey is a young man and local unit said phosphorus '
I It (the Guard << :
t this is his first venture in and organic colloids! move
politics. ,
Quarterly Conference at the Jacksonville -
Any one to the "Your son. like every young man downward rapidly in the !soil. Liming !: with Ford
Woman's Club Riversideand desiring vote in I !
will who is 17 years of age or older. tends to stop this process and a new Pickup
Post Sts.. Sunday Nov. 16. 10 City have until November 22 I
a.m. to 2 p.m. Guest speakers to qualify. ,i'trill\ soon be faced with the possi- maintain the fertility of such i
'I'bi'ity of fume kind of military soils
from Salt Lake City. Utah will be Ernest Wells who is a student at !
!'service. He is confronted with Some form of lime is generally
present. Everybody welcome. All Florida Southern College at Lake- I i
services and meetings in Starke ISlnd'as visiting his mother, 'olrs. | one of the most important decisions I j used to raise soil pH to a favor-
'of his life. He has a choice: I able level. Ground high calcic
will be omitted this Sunday. Mae Wells during the weekend. .
Mrs. Vivian Starling lost her ,, "He can wait and take hi;; limestone, ground: dolomitic lime- '. -: .. CHOICI OF TWO GREAT CABS in this

hill fold on election day and would 4
PIES and CAKES I I Appreciate ha'ingthe bill fold.i i may call him, or he can pre most often used liming materials. f I floor-to.RrtJumllondpd height!

1 I 'Matures and papers: returned to 1 pare to meet his military obligation Seventv-four pounds of hydratedlime ; '...titIi

MADE TO ORDER her. I right now in the National are equal to approximately J.. .
:Mrs. G. W. Roberts accompanied: (Guard. If he waits until he is 100 pounds of ground calcic or ,# .. ,
Wedding and Birthday by her daughter Mrs. Vernon Silcox ''inducted he will leave home for I|| dolomjtic limestone If basic slag J ti: ,)Z. \

Cakes A Specialty if Starke were in Hastings last :, 1 full time> active military service j[ is used ino, pounds is required to r f.r r-- l

Saturday evening attending a'without any previous training or equal 70 pounds of limestone i j : I '

Mrs. Harry party honoring :Miss Nancy Wyllys. experience. I| The benefits from liming highly \0.

Lappe The City of Lawtey had the apieuance "In the National Guard he can acid soils are usually very mark- !' I :: :

20) Hay Street i of the deserted Village begin his training while he is still f'd' Dr. Yolk points= out. The ef- F-

Armistice Day: as most nt the ;;it home going to school or working r'' feet of liming only moderatelyacid n 4
Phone 237; J
business p1al'es'pr(' closed for j at his civillian job. lie will be' soils may be hard to see. You .i Tl

i the day. ;,1 ihlr, to break into military train- !may get results only! as improvement --- ff

..,- most in the nutritive value of feed -
--- 't" gradually with friends
I? 'or better fertilizer economy
I''>f whom are his own age, and receive

his first lessons as a soldier11ong O'erlimingshould be carefully .n-li
avoided Dr. Volk says. The correction : I I
with other men .. ,
neighbors who are in your own ;> of overtiming is costly, and -w s f
yields be seriously reduced. '
communitywho are also citizen-1 I may ( r 'b
I If you want more details on soil
ens eeeann I I' #eflNn Ne.an.-. I A, ,. ,_..
materials testing
reaction liming or /a ;t..r
1st: Sgt. Robert \V. Drake is one \ .' .
In \'. LEWIS D. I soil for acidity, get Florida
HAiNES Pastor Cl>If the oMe.it! members of the unit, j'nt
the of 35. Sgt. Drake servpd j Agricultural Experiment Station Now
age upfol
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town 'circular 5-39 from your county 14fJ{
Phones Office 231: five years in World War II and j write the Station University It's a proven fact that 3 out of 4 Ford Pickups MOR a
Pastorium 130 121th'1; agent or s
I enlisted' in Hq. Co.. :2d! Bn.. :! i' F'elrcf. .2 savings I
.. of Florida. Gainesville fora s fl
k .I .. afterWorld 101
Inf when it
1# reorganized I h
k' k 40 for I less than 2t mile I 1'faStx / fJ ('' vrr 'I., ,.
War II on Nov. 19. 1946 \ copy. : run a "''''Ir'/ ; t/Jl'1 'iJl!. ;.
Sunday Sermons
: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M.: : IrJ/ll w Lgsv
members ofthe 'J' ('
One of the
youngest In
Sunday School 9:45; A.M. tmym..m..m.m.LAKE. "JJV"ri tl I IIn.v "Irlo ,
Training Union
6:15; P.M.: l1'J IJ 4.
t unit is i Pvt. .Tames F. Williams In t hI' flair v n.r4rsv
:Midweek Service Wednesday. 7:30 P.)1. 1 ONLY FORD shows you nationwide truck 11' 'rn i prior
fin fijHR.
u-ho is a high school tudent t sa .
running cost figures! The Ford Truck 0 of g",. ryvvy up I to
In praise of the National Guard. \+' ,
Economy Run Book shows hundreds of Ne 1If\'t'Q'
FOR FREE: TRANSPORTATION Gen l; Dwight D. Eisenhower W POWer

Phone 266-J on Sunday 306 on Weekdays resident-elect' once said: "With Blanche Cunningham( running costs on Pickups covering gas, x Y'' Y V.8 lead I//.the

the' yin of our forces at Bata.i": : oil and service ( but Rot including fixed 1 er
/ ,
ASalr UUlU1t.Aa 1l111A U1U11 r
p : :'nu. Anzio. Normandy, theV'"iiil expenses, such as license, insurance, depreciation i fl'ruc'ifay.q 239. .
: : Guard has enriched !its Friends of :Mrs Ida XI Gentry. etc.'. Come in. Look up your e y 11 p.! Gh.j 1., now ups In. ,1n0f"'

h., ',(<;.> of 170 years of service tone I 1 popular postmaster here will be kind of job. SEE how little it can cost to Once "sec ll1jcaJ o '
R.-iniblic.! In the pct war sorry to learn that she underwent under ;;: perIJrrn_
FORD in : dltlollJJ
run a Pickup your work' : operating
t 2 Great Services Sunday 2 \ oero'l, '!. its service i is oftnnu .ting surgery last Thursday in St. con_

national leadership toward a :'is( now at the home of her daughter tHE gIves

E[ 7:30 P.M.Vhen God Reads Your Diary"C 3 stable! peaceful world." ;' Mrs. W. O. Watkins in Jacksonville OVER 7 CU. FT. MORI PAYLOAD SPACE rho Ice Of V-8 you ?
11:00 A.M. "Mean As The Devil" < I and expects to return and camel a full 'i -ton load. Supported load SIX ,
4 I j j"nc. home in the near future. She is capacity of the Ford Pickup Li a full 3S 3

R OF INTENTION TO ; doing as well as can be expected. ; cu. ft., as compared to 31.6 cu. ft. in the

t First Baptist Church, Hampton \L HK!..il I'*"TKIl I is hereby KUTITIOVSMT given that the I IX Mr. and Xlrs. R. R. Forsythe.Mrs \\u VA\.yES next leading make:

> ROB CRAY, Pastor ; ,in i'l -iene,1.. under the provisions V. A. Carlson, and Mrs. nee""s"
i">! Cnaptir ZO.S53 Laws of Florida, ; Blanche Cunningham Jacksonville h
.Vt" ,>f 19U. will register with were in .roto ntucxf Air ION oil I
E Bible School 10 .\.:11.\ B. T. U. 6 :30 '.., J !I ."'"'k I nf the ("ir.-uit <'ourt in and i I I1. :Monday on business FORD TRUCKING COSTS LESS curl Ir'nt ttf ttfttoa' dit M I.K9.DOO trgcki,
.r I"railforJ ("ollnl). Stat of Flori- .
ule ns.nac Ultrtl prOWl fat IfiKlu M le/irl
Wed. 8 P.M. -Hour of Power!" 4MJRSKRY la. upon receipt of proof of publicsf !
"':,,0".'!!,,.-> of this Stark notic. the fictitious I Church of Christ ".C.",

OPEN FOR ALL SERCi'ESC J '. w.. are eneaRrd Nursery in hiim.order>.. at Corner 10th and Mc.Mah.m
l'i"' 17 Laura St Starke. Ff!1'1

"Join The Crowds Attending Our Ser!'ices" 3 ..:" r.-jiy' 1.: ,. F Johns!" and L. It! Haines :' Bible School-10 A. M ANDREWS MOTOR CO.
Preaching A. M
." ,1 'his ',th dav of November 7 !.o
+ I'1*;. at & !ark*,. nra.lfoM I P. XL

K' r .1 j Prayer Meeting and Bible study
I : : I Madison & Adams Sts.
each! Wednesday 7:30: P. XI. Phone 118 STARKE, FLORIDA

Everyone welcome. -






....... a.. u'-____ ___ __
1"1\111." I .",U\t"IBfU: M I )II.'""

Rites ThursdayFor I I Cub Scout Meeting WOW Official I I the Florida: State Baptist Convention Two Accidents ,| suit fori T.. KKt.
Ft \\ hind
in Lauderdale.
I i I l Piv"r.'f' ...IIIrt',.-. ..
i- :\iiih.
L. A. FowlerLeonard : F N A Cub Scout Paik m..tmg111 t Take Part In I i Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Ed.vards Involve Trucks I I has above been named filed Court against and you In the 'ial.I'II'Ir. Mtitiir .' < -
cause and I! S Xor
be heM Thursday evening N'cv Lake City Ceremony i I and son. Gene were Sunday visi- !I .>-"u are required to serve! a copy of 1'011r... t I., \ tif .1 I Il -

F 20. in the :Methodist: re"l't'atmn tlrs at the F. M Vtckery home in Frank Pie ha 7s yen 0101Iid- your answer or pleading to the |; cult for I I'M. l I" ,

A. Fowler 68. died FThe hall All Cubs and tlu-ir pdn'niare 1 1I j (;.IJHt'S\! 11"-" dleburg] !Jt'grll.'as t'ha"g-t"1 with I complaint\ttoi in % (>ii n \. the KniKtn Plaintiffs Stark.. Court again-and\''' i'".t.- .. '!ilx.v,, ,.

Wednesday at his home near attend thi- mt--t d' while Florida. -vr 'I
requested iving
I to Mrs Helen Addison and" Miss intoxicated after herm ard file the gutted to "1'1'I I \ of vth.

Brooker after being in failing W ing There will be a n''It'of .1 ii':. t" Hope of Gainesville were his truck into an "n.b.inkment: : the c'lerk of original the Cl'cuit In the Coiir office .of'_ wer. i t or 11.'pi.i i iI '.o' t .',

health for several years. : the year's work and the giaduanon \ tsi Helen's on U S. 301 south 01 Stake ,. ir bfre the I.. fl'I". \
ting the
family. Ressie -I
::'J (I.t\ 'i !I' ).. t : i.. .. .
Mr. Fowler was a native of a of Cub Scouts who are elgibh to Camel. "tliervvise j t -
S I ( "t rt.t-! i over the weekend. Hnry 59. another Muldie- | 11.) < .illegal.'n : .1 i .
Brooker his being the late be advanced the tank Tenderfoot I : 'inplamt) \\i: be t.d'n fK
parents H I to 01 Tho-e burg who was rldi'1ith a1 I' :': "'- -
;attending* the Gideons negro 1 I : 'd uy you.Thin I.
Rubin and Lizzie Tillis Fowler.He in the Boy Scout pr.Im/; l'"umt't Presha was Seriously notice shall ) '.
Saturday night at the injnie-l m i i>e 11'11.Iith..d'n. j. l*
that section allf I The FirstIethodist:: Chun of ---e': each week for four .
has lived in the and taken consttut.v; .L;" tTh ,
Methodist! crash was to Alach-
: Church in Starke were: wewks in the Rradf.-rd Count Tt.- \
his life and was engaged in FFA members have completed Starke is expected to assume 'he ;4 graph ..'
General :
I I U 'v and 1 1lr3.:: S. F Beard. Miss ua Hospital.: i'nrni '
i a self-watering system for of the Cub Simi it. il I th .1 i \ \ .1 r
sponsorship oro-
Farming. I I" '
I \ I otiltetiin* Pmholster. Mrs. M 0 Highway Patrolman Q A Fil- I I1' I
Surviving are his wife Mrs.I: the hogs on the chapter farm. gram at the beginning 1 'I'i lIP'year. \\ OFFICIAL SEM.) r '""
I Hinell and Mr and Mrs. J.V.. ingim reported that both i en were A. J Th()II).I",

Lizzie Polk Fowler; four sons The chapter sold three hogs December 1. ThomasMr drunk and that Presni sad: Canel I J lv SI.in.Clerk in I. Ciosbv of the, Circuit r>,.pii'A. Court rierk ., ";'::. .' .

O. E. Fowler Jacksonville Ellis :last Friday. One sow weighed 373 II I 11 'I .FF1' I' \ \
and Mrs B. L. Crosby of fell over against IIIT causing h'mto It: \
and Ernest Fowler Tampa and pounds. and the two pigs weighed New Naval Stores \.
I ):de Citv Mr. and Mrs. JakeI'al' lose control of the truck NOTIPK TO riTtll
Starke two sis- :205 pounds. The pigs brought I In rlrruft ('tourt. Uradford ('
Dewey Fowler ; Filingim also that Ben i.unc>.
Methods ShownA i *I"h Mr and Mrs Pete Par- reported 'InrlTat h. ( .
and the sow |i II! _
ters Mrs. E. S. Bailey Plant City. about $15 each. i I I iish and sons of Linden Kite Jr. overturn! a truck he 1"1. -I I II I I K I j. '". I '' I I,' t _
making a total of were rent 1,1; !, t I'.t. ,
Brooker. brought $59 :H'
and Mrs. Dosha Prescott.
II was driving at the ea-t city limits
special demonstration oonsored -P i t visitor at the James Thomas .

Funeral services were held $1 S9.We by the Naval Ston"on' I. home on the old Blaruiin road 'ttlt'l'1"o1'1'1'.
? .
at o'clock in have received both order !(
Thursday afternoon 3 ; I serration Program. was gl\"ell here The L idies Fire Auxiliary met Kite: suffered a kl' >e' ir. |iuti \ -inds.ud AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.Siper THE AT tSTARKE
Dedan Baptist Church near Brook !: for our ag jackets.The ff. V' a L
has two pigs that Tuesday on property owned by 4 tondav night for a social meeting ( his brakes loci oil, \\ h ii' ''iikins -
I chapter .
er with Rev. Coleman Padgett. Billy Powell adjoining the State :u "1,. home of Mrs Howard Wait ),
will be given to some boys to raiseas l ," a I right turnChildren's Q ,, .,j. l-n.
assisted by
pastor. officiating. I In return the boyswill Farmers Market M" s Howard Douglas' birthday r<>1,. ...frv "!'.L-_ Sat.-\cl\ it i I IItJtl1.E 1",
Rev. Cleveland Moore. a project. and tools used m w Jl\d\ ...: ) I FE: \ri Ur!.
the Techniques is observed and sh. was the \ ;-T:1:
record on ,
have to keep a I Max ) _
; B
Interment was in the church ] the bark-chipping and acid men( Hun it i ei'ipient of many lovely gifUTho Home : -,;.. :,
back .,
and give the chapter I I : .. CARSON
pigs \ei-m
of a Vn-e PifMdent 'JO..1V" CITY
cemetery under the direction od of turpentining were demonstrated !! of t the "e present were: Mrs Lucille : t/
first litter. '
DeWitt C. Jones. j two pigs out of their and ways and mean- ;1 U < ) U' Lire Iti.sui.ince Society F.dwards.Irs.:: Jettye Ends Fiftieth Year ( ..
Hazen. Mrs
iI The surplus office at Camp will attend theuodnvn ; \ 1\ lIlt K.inclolpli ..., .1\
I were discussed! of effectively con. : District Inez Green Mrs Cordelia :Molt: JHI'\'

w.c.T.u. Blanding gave us some wire and trolling the pine beetles which i, Log Rollers" Convention at Lake Mrs. Margaret Roberson Mrs :Mundav Nov 17. LI th.' GoldenAnniversary r '. /E"I- .\ndOKINAWA-

we appreciate it very much. Citv on Saturday, Nov 22. : of the
have been doing so much damage ; i Willette Anderson. Mrs founding I.
i Dorothy
"CARS AND BARS MEAN'' On shop days we are making in some counties in this area. '1 While there Mr Hunt will present -I Douglas. and the ;hostess MrsPolly the Children's Home So, letv of -ctt-1 -."tt... .' .. .. (

SCARS AND STARS. to in the an electric water fount 'foC. ,, :"
some school signs to the j {
UNION SIGNAL). I Wait. Florida, In its: 50 yyt-ats: of -ei\ \\ ittu i'ai, O'Iirt.uiso
( street in front of the school house I Recent Births Lake City Community at 4 p.m.
the ha. \|
and join the Woodmen and their icf Society helped more serial and ( arioon

:Mr: and ::Mrs \Villard Wynn an-I I families at supper at the hall of CKMKTEKVOKKINO: than 60.000 children Service!

There will be a working at the Sun.. 'In.-No\ I (i. I J7
birth of TiavisiCarl Lake The home
nounce a son I DeS
'WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE on oct. 30 at Alachua Gen-!i At S p.m. Mr Hurt p.m.will assist Count Beulah'. Church Saturday.Cemetery N'ov 22. Everyone Clay. annual Thanksgiving appeal and \VHKN :.ou insun- 'through THE BATTLE OF

eral Hospual Gainesville I II the Log Rollers in initiating a L interested in the cemetery is gifts of food. money and clothing our Agency you get more APACHE PASSIn
large class of new Woodmen
I from lequested to -- -------------' Starke and .
I other towns in the district
.. ZENITH clean I t.'(' .it 1(549 OsceuU St i \ a king-sixi'd share of \\ ith .John Lund anti ,I.'K

The Only Hank in Thi. t i Jerry Gay. local insurance man SERVICE: too. We keep ('handler

RADIOand Community Offering t : and !secretary of Old Friends and your protection up-to-date I'liis C.iriiM.n and Litest 'PI< '

ready for
; 6 Camp No. 138,_ Starke states that any en&'r'nt'y. -
The ('hristizzasClub !
: the afternoon g:& We keep you adised Tues.. No\ I 1SOl.SIROCCO: I. \
I: session on Nov 22 -

Han I will be a public function with ap- i-c \"i as to insurance or!

Sales Televisionand piopnate ceremonies in Olustee economic changes which af

Service t 'Park in downtown Lake City .. fed you. And. in case of \\ Ilh Iliiinphri.\ litigant

loss l we see to it thatmi \1." ( arloou and tal.'t ..
.. ... Xow that the excitement of\ Ted I '}lohiis \\'.is able to come home get loss "

i : Postmaster Exam i election and the Fair has died': fjimi Vincent's last Sunday your check a.< \\

224 Phone 166 l down we'll see if we can catchup and another former Starkeite in t Ilu l'klr as I jo SSiI)1(' ).. Thur.-No* '1 19.) .'O

DOrW.K FEATl UKFinders ;
on the doin's of Callstreeten1see i St Vincent's is Audrey Lennon. -

STARKE, FLORIDA I It I For Starke Soon Sharon Eiland of Law ley daughter of the Ed Prevailsh<'- Keepers

C- -.I'- t is replacing Mamie Henry as !i'I had a minor operation H. C. WALLAGENCY With Turn l Kui'll and .luliadams

i'zu luier at Lovett's and have you Be sure and attend the Open .\

t 1 .Applic.itu.il. > tm( the position of noticed the new pastel paint job House at Starke Builders Supply -And-

Get your Christmas Cash i; Post: Master at Starke must be the interior of Lovett's is getting? I i this Saturday Ollto be Th
all in one lump sum anddon't pioperlv executed and on file with : :Mrs: F M Boon is part.tiinhit! of j CarpetIn
t free
I i1im 5 1t'l T"1I@JX 1 1AII.lo the prizes given away Phone I Ifj'
United Supercinecolor
have to leave yourself States Civil Service lug at Robbins Johnnie Bennett ,: also on the calendar of
con.ingevents 200 K.i: \\illi l.ucillf 1UII and .
short of immediate ,! Commission Washington 25. D. C., is now secretarying for Frank : is the "Back To The Barn" Call Street .lolinjar

$ ; ynr "waxlntf aitdit'r'iht.I'tg tyy yyyYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy earnings when next jjiftsivinjj j I prior to the close of business on Walrath Insurance office in Keystone '1 program and Turkey dinner gi'l'nby StarkeTYYTVTYYTYYTYTTYYYYYYY1 :\

!.Iut'''" fur me' Col Hnu.irt MATTRESSES i time rolls around. II I Dec 9. it was announced this Heights find Donnie the Woman's Club Thurs Nov l Y I \1 lsoPECANS :\1'"''
of thaI wonderful Pl.istl- week has L
Epps been
added to the ,
staff 20 and also the June Caldwell
Kote Tram-parent Finish at OF ALL KINDS Enroll at once in ourChristmas -
".lrm. Home anil* Auto .Supply. j jj j Club. I open competitive examina- at Farm Home & Auto Supply i I Dill Edwards' wedding Nov 15 at
Mlnl now my linoleum. flours. and RENOVATEDFURNITURE t tjon to fill the will as' bookkeeper and
Tr it I post be held at clerk and 7-30: in the Presbyterian church
u ut\MirU just sparkle' >
It'II lie nmooth s.illmn forv.u. : CompleteHanking I a time and place to be announced glad to see Myrtle Anderson back Heat the Fred Leonards) IMV ,'

t(... :\nnft'K later it was in Ronnie
(} J.W I This examination Donnie after several purchased the Bemkopf hoot, :it! NOTICE

WIKL TUAIU: our cAnh money Service will be held in conformance weeks up m Pa. and N YHettv . Keystone Heights and will soon
for y.ur pecan. No lot too lance J with a 1938
ii..n.. too xmall Let u< make you Act of Congress' which L Baggett is back at Koch's be lea'ingIS. Sonv v to have

an Offer liefi.ie you Hell II I.. KEYSTONESTATE i placed Presidential Postmasters helping out while Edna Stone is ,I,; them go Nice to hear from -es--seen*---,------" -,-.,_._"-.,--" n
Jlrownlff. Jim ("tiusteen 3ti) within the
Keupholstrred and classified civil service. recuperating front a sprained ankle : Terry Keleher. way out'est ,

"'I.I -KurnUhed cabil.r..m UefinishedILASTLNGS I Salary of the Starke post mailer -seems Edna missed the botH,i I is address is 1505: rmveisit\ WANTEDTOP
s and li.ith, K.I* range 'erigeralor I is $5.070
( and hut water heater JLVTTKESS CO. BANK'b' annually. step on a step ladder and ,i I Ave, Boulder. Colo. and :something -

liax: and nl heat I'lnehurct Oro.r. To be eligible for the examination t rained her ankle last week tells me he'd be might
Box 230 .. I
PaUtka Fla.
... I'hone 1
Key.t.ithighway. The
Friendly t the applicant must be Leon :Mooier. PRICES PAID
17-111-1. :lIp 11/14 .4AAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALET : a cit- Merchant Marine, I 1: glad to hear from some of his old

Friendly Communit) \ i/en of. or owe allegiance to. the is home with his family for a BUS buddies .

roll SALE-Sweet Yellow Lupine j. ii, enoM. JHIIILK I United States; must have actuallvlesided c weeks see Vernaand I "- " .,-,---,-" -_._--" -,----.*--,, .
Well seems to be all for now' ,
hwd. Hairy indigo new crop Keystone .
YOIHCATTLE Heights. Fla.
J"II..acolBahia: & certified AMI HOGS i iL within the delivery of the Hem Johns have moved back to t See you in the next i see
j I-
Southland Oat Heed T'.uy early post office
tItLES for which the examma- Flarke from Jax.
before prIces KO Uj. Seed dryingA Lhe Onk iaeh: \VrdnendayPnlalku : j MEMBER F. I). I. C. J{ tion staying at pres. Carolv
Aninlt.-Z. W Hamilton llarh: Thamday I *_ l I is held or within the citv:' nt with :Mrs: James Lamb .

nroofeer. KU. tf (;.lnen\Ule Inch Friday :, : where such office is situated for .1 anie Avery reopened the Avery Minnin vrrnvitIn : PAUL RAYMOND

nt least one Inn out ( irruil ('"ur(. llrn year '
rUOTECT YOUR SECURITIES immediately on Temple last
.o\XTED-GrAduate nUN or preceding Tuesday ,, I'loriiln: I In ( his uteery.

licensed practical for general Fireproof Protecto Security Box 1 I' NOTICE the date fixed for close ofapplications after being closed thru the summer ,, 1 l'MJ..I\ l '.1\1'. l'llllll'l| \ s \"" Pllo\E; s-w
Doctor' Clinic Hospital. beautiful large heavy steel I ,I 1 ,
duty. duty !tli < : M.tM-. !I" f. inl.i ':
301 W. Tall St; ., Starke Fla. tf box. $I0.5:! plus tax. Bradford ; must be in good phy- got word that Jimmy and I I".. ., \ ,lNolirr l- '

County Telegraph tf Is ht'rt'h.rC'n that application I i siral condition; and. must have Rubv Raulerson of Alachua former '1'.. \..|.<-;ir.Ti. .

SIUMJo\Tn"SS-Plaln newine and was unadon I the3ih(( da I. leached his or her 23rd birthday Starke residents had bab ", "rf'l.'f'1 l I.t \ ,- o It.-., >.. -
alterations. Satisfaction guar- POU TilE I BUnOET-MlXDHD Bride : a > rl>.n.' In,1 l addrt-sv, I 114 I h i il.lvd 1'

anteed. Trice roasO>lIaLle. Mrs. -100 Engraved Wedding Invitations of ttoln r 1932; by the Western i >rid must not have passed his or rwiv on ro2nd '. st'e they've,% l: I nnh.im*, :Niiiiii I'.u ,.tin.iY .L_ -- -- -

Exerett 1'iMcott Uj miles from on fine rag-content r paper I'her 63rd birthday broken "n .tr- h'Tftiv! 'ii.tifii-il thit'nt : L : ,_ : T'- _,_ :u1rru&DRESS
t'nion by the date of ground for and
only $1695 Bradford County Telegraph Company' to Olin fr.r
Starke on Lake Butler Highway .
Telegraph: tf I : close of applications. White's 111\.r. .-
new home
the Federal ('otnunun icat ion" going up on
ipio; 6t IIJH has I.Ht-n fili'd apamnii In ihthnf .
RADIOS REPAIRED Commission to clone tliis of rlie. Age limits are waived in theI Lake street next to the Olin White.' : nani'd 3 I'ourt .mil <'.ui; <" I nd t ALE

case of persons! granted veteraniprefeience. ?r. house also y"11 are r"'lulrpd t., "f.n'" .s "'"I" "I
16" Conirete I rec'd word from
KOll SALE S" i 8" x All Make .111 Model .'. '
I If
tin '.in .
I application i is i \ aii"wr or plt-.tiiint: in si.
r.Iwk! IS.' each. 1'lenty ol Itrnnonnlile rharpen Knarnnte d I I provided that to get Hplen Haines and Joan Tenly ....IIIJ.aint on ilu I'l.nir ,f'
Mortar Mix and t'emvnt l r.id- ('II.\!!. MIKIMIKHD granted substitute !service will I r
A .
ford KngineerinK (Company 1'houe 70.1V.: Cull St. Starke Ph. 139FOIi I the benefit of such waiver. docu- f rom Mars Hill College. N. C. to St-.pkc.'Iorn.T.'Jt'lorhta.Fr.i'ik Lantlrn :'.

H tf be available from 8:301.: to I mentary proof of military 01 navalservice say hello to all their friends here .in.1 fil j th.. .rt-iBin.il III tin- '.ff': if ONE DRESSAT

HEXT-Lar&,1' completely furnished 'I 8 I>.". :Monday through Saturdaj must be submitted. and how much I Ihf n.>rk of the Cfn-int ''..itr' "nor :
Roll SALE UK TUADK Two room house. Keystone Heights r they miss Cal b..fur.* the

fottagtt 12':: x I:::' rt".ms lined. elec- on Brooklyn Lake. KUctrlc ktove I: and from 9 .\.M.: to 11 .\.)1. Following ihe examination the tieet might add too that "Caro- I 11:; tIny of l>>'"'.'Dili., I l'-..'.
trioitj' and "' ''tlr.'aille $ItIOU. and refrigerator Phone J39J8 : 1! tt li.'r.-is.: the
\\'l.ul.like to trad. for property J.ickson\ill. or write Mrs Thrower. j and 3:30 I\M. to ;5:30: P.M. on I Civil Service Commission will h Ivn" is the first thing they read ('"tn'la.i'it will, ll.'f.ltl'in'-1 It- ik.-n a"n rtftill'.'''1 REGULAR

near cement Starke highway or Mwtey.1 mile Locatedon from Box 3211.: Jacksonville Fla.tfchsr: ,t: Sundays at the Koch DrugStore ''I c't"rtifthe names of the highest t when they' get the local paper eti This l by you
notice shan
CeorKetoun: I'a 11 mile from .I located at corner of Call three qualified eligibles to the i <;OI'that Gloria Griffis. 9thgrade once each week (tor four puijt'-h I

large KebuU, Chemical Works. "'OK HKNT: - 'i.un'ilegraph
and Court Ella
Lou of work available MrsKloienoe I. Templeenue mar lus Station. ', Streets (same location I Stern 9th grade T PRICE FOR
\lso :1-roi-ni "lItla/ .., J. T | :.submit the name of the selectedI
SkeenItt 1 George { Quiifle. I as our present office). one and Abegail Reddish. Sthgiade. i'at.tI thi- I I. 'I.I n "f :N \ i i.'i
town. I'a. 4tchg. 11/14 I to the I 1"-.:
'! President for nomination. were left off the honor roll
TURKEYS READY Come tc' Any member of the public desiring OFFICIAL
SEAL) A J. Tit '
Ori'OKTl'MTT% .-Make xtra money:: Opal's Turkey Farm. Florahome to protect or support the) I l Confirmation by the Senate is the I list that was published last week Clerk of the rMriit! ").lIIa.ir.- AND ONESINGLE
aa 1'.U.t tlm or tu 1time solicitor I! 1.l ,
I final action. their 'lan i> t'rosh.v IIPJIII'f'I'i 3 i !,
Fla for nice I names definitely should have
aol .saUKiuan or aleti\\oniin: sellin a young turkey for closing: of this office may communicate IIHH 1.

< pitalizatloii. Medical Care your special dinner. Visitors ",el.1 j Applications will also be rated been on it '! -
and IMi-aliUity Income Insurance in writing with ti wFederal 1 '
Ion nlJn; 10
I their i nCltH1C1lt"
forrll kiioun and eslabli.ht'JKlvriUa come (education business or professional Several wedding anniversaries
I tf-chg Communications Com I \11 i..'rsoiih having <.(UIIMM, 1 I.
Insurance Company. : I !' experience general I qua 1. ,I have been celebrated in the past ii"and .IIn-t II i'- -t.ti.- ..i ": < i.ntns
Choose your own time to work 'Ml I; S.\ .. -:--on.- 't''r.> 7 room mi...lon. Washington.:; 23 I). C.on fica tions and ..tn.tr.Vt'lil'n., 'lt't-. il ;c .
suitability. The Commission
lloiiseu i\'<>s can make $50.00 per houseitli i week Inez and Uoyd Green
tvvn luts .tui > '-i',iu-r of : ti t'r.'tiy notified, antI 1..JlIII..1 i i., i it 1-3 OFFBarksdale's
;\.k and more In pare time. I .:ught and ) or before December 4. 19i;)2. '
t'lin; Sis I 1. : SiK-ov it was said is not inteiested i who celebrated their 21st anniversary n-ir laiin-- i'I i Mi. off--! r 'l I .
trilnins furnished by company -\ "07 ,11..t1l 11 I I 14 i l'.)Unty .ludK' ..f irj.it..i: '. .
for llcfpse examination and the I'mintv' ".urt \H 'I i iat
furni.-hnl by tompany I'n.1 1e -; lST\TK KOtt: S\LK __ /)I' fraternal affiliations of Staikf, .
tralniiifr.rite( 1...( I3-C. Stark I' ln-.lrii.ini hou-'. any applicant I: pv i i recipients of a box of 9 \\ it lilt! iwh1 t
fi mlar
phis )1.1. All months from I ihid.i:>- oi I t'!' '.
give 111:1.. expetit-nie (not neces'ar I i I adorable "curb
$6 CPO Phone 1 3-\Y or write setters" left at I n-? pulili-Mtion of dm noti. .

l>art) laud time r full poMtion interested I In .1.V.\.'.. Prather South 1020 Orange fro\\.. -- Full information and application. their door that A. :M.: Inez .!Jarsthanks thaill'- Will l 10".'->ihe Void .I" : 'I I Iinp DCentYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYTYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYY
Pisrdena. <.nllf !I. law
if ? > This Xox"!11I'r _' :
:St! 11/li I, forms may be obtained at the post this time -but please no 1112:

'>T- 31.1':.N; --Thursd:i\' niirht ,-b,3 I 'tn i :' I office Starke fir-si Jtllhll.-atl"| :\o\. '
in from the !
or U. 14'hMary : >
Dr and -
S'I more Mrs. -
KOU $\I.I'--n.: spotted 1V1 lid Lemuelfolsfn -
Soinvinii built l'h.,lbner: b.\ 1 1. i }I .il;ud> s W..ltl"n..lm'n"IIt" 1--, : ". :<' : ---t: : :, j "'
Civil -
China MOW and T sho.it* SolttUter \\ Ked and v.-llow with Itik. '! Service Commission. IVas h. had a happy Armistice .A.! : '\ "f th' I" i -- H
I ,'d. pigs oai h. rfgNteiedin Hu\ilr i :Xo 2t(1!: 1 Return to Joe : -By "Shorty"- ngton 25. D. C. "f 't I."tlt"n- .\.1\, | \\". i i '
l.mers naiitf s fll 1 or. all I IIc Lee nr ..all'; Uew.ird offendStclig Daythat beingtheir 4Hh anniversarv I- .l- astd

\\alnwiinht. Jr t.\\\"I. ) II I 14 S. R. Johns. Jr. has been acting their son and wife H !II 1 4' _
::11' 11'11- I Folt IlKVT-Furn hed four roori : ...r.' -..... \ post master here since November the W S. Colsons of Orange Park Nourr: -TO--.\1..'.: \II Will

'III S.VI.K-House and :S: a.\'t'1' I :'mrTrient'I riiitr.'h nnd :Mid. ; ," 1 follo'ingIhl' of F Pay Highest j
re-ignation In .
I. .hJ" a'id, water in house, fl.fionHh I son it3' Mr- KitlAndiens. : spent the day with them and that I'I..tIdji(Irrilit In (outs limJriird ( .HI.K |
F : rtianrrrj.
or Ji no down and balance $:.> H'hl:' Stump evening their granddaughter Ann _\lir.tli.ini) fud: >'. 1'i.iuit.t !I'I
liii r m !.J ,
i Wilt of Ypsilanti. :Mich.: called the llnclv l f. nd.ini. ('II" \
: t'ity Limits north ofStarke \1.1. TVKF s'.fl1of childrnwhile ""'"
Ju.t off 30nt.. :I.! llox I mother .j I, VYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY .duple to offer Notice T. ,\'II."r. E
works! or sho|>sv J." j Ti>' Ii'allld"i > Kiidy. \\ haid ",.. '1, 3
46"',._itr 1114oriiu \ ill als] .. 1.1 in" .It MrC M : : _,, :.:tI liter in the evening their daughter ..I'lrlns i is; i'? I 11'11"1.i.: \ ]
K'hn. p. O, : .
Hot 1 46, City :, I'rookljn. \t-\v' y..rk. CASH
( :\ ii \i. M:('ur.r: tut BROOKER ."
Marjorie Wilt of East ,
4tpll IS < I Orange.V Von urn liLrbx ",Uf..d I isj.t .. yi"f
1-;\ ritli.ed M'iMt.liv .IKe ::111.45. : ..
i! .'\'Ili.:1 nud t\ |ping must I bel; ; 1'1.\ n \ 1i: P.fNCXLOW fur HKVT:: I,...-'.-. ,'"," .' ; .I called too Martha and ; for1'ivre'I -- "
) .t' i 'ha'a:;.- ln>ltioni .' Wdrnori. mnd''rn tIle bathcentral Grate Ned Yancev :1:: .
celebrated hn ,
G. High.iinAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAA their 13th: I.ern fild! au.'tr't V. i: ] '
': '.lll.'UI. Altr.iilne! .
sal-try ,
heatmc .t'"t.>'"d P r.' .ib'ive "
llumphiexs I liold 'orpiiratii n.Matke thIn; furnished except linens -1' ._. 11__ ._ wedding anniversary on Nov. 10. 1 named Ouit and ti i i'on ,,'
Flurid.i. l"n.u 6 7, ,: I'vine room dinette. kltehen.fintrv : Little Pam Sewell will celebrate \'''ir all-\\'r "i i'i'! .id,:,u t ', :I': 0\ PRICES
Strtrke! or writ. .1'. II. Carey. vorv l.irue d"s"I1'1'1)1 "Hoj oh boy. this service i is ,Ilain' "'. >;i
The 2"" ; (.It tht- I':' I' -
>'r\l.e StlllertlsirKOIJ "Colonial' Florist Nona St Phone spoilin'me! Jarres W Thomas home ; Her 1st birthday on Saturday Atornjr, T. Frank 1. 1 ,,1S'nrke. .:': .-<.
tf was the setting last for haion Flor.d: .t
SALi:-Clrrysanih-iiDiiiio. rll Sunday j Locke has a birthday today. r FOR
) a
,\\ white and oi.liul Mrs :M.K ,'or. .., iWe i a family reunion the arid. tie the original n n. f' :
SUK-Hon-t .n.1 ,.i lx I..t" 1 honoring OH Vor.nie Hutto i n. I'lerk of the ('u. i lit : $:
llasen :i2l: I.Tf-mue Si. till 'I mile NM7 of ':1.1,,, .;
$:>rt d-\\n will gi*.' ; Howard Chaudions of Titusville. '; has a birthday o16 Harnette o r 1"'fore :.> ) 4
l>ilinrt JJrt j-r i"onf'i .\Iso :iddi j jou I h.tt |>e of | 1'da). of I"i', r ,r :

KOI, I: Un\T-XewU* dorated. .. it,.i.'nal 1:mil ''irronndmir" cm l h. service that will spoiloii and :> Tho e attending were: Mrs Ralph Laudon on Nov 12 "'h--rvr.sr; th,> 1I1"la',0-! : ,pf ; I'.wnstalrs1'lrlllnl., leric I OSIjI I I
refiiRerattir See
Xlt1111'1",* I Udzen and daughter Mary Frances '! Mary Ann Long had a small romnlant will hf takn! t- 'n'wl ri'd :"-
I'lixale lutth. t Vrivalo 1. SttrVe :!tp IIII k -ep you coming back. II i party [, bv you ,
niraii4-e $10 |".'r M *k Sll \h' I II : Mr and Mrs. Doyle. Hazi nand on O11 for her Slh birthday This notic shall 1 I.,.. fu1!': ,wi :;. .
\Viishlngt.in VOIIIKVT tllrni"h",1!I
Itp l --Tw" 4
room ,
son; :Mr.: and Mrs. Jack Haze ne firli wf"k for four r 'i.-: '
a glad to hear
at''rtu1tnt. nr'\-.te YYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYY VT Charley Darby got ..k,. ', 4
entrant'1) w .n the Rtidf'td l' From
loOO"'T-n.. 3'' 'Vli ant.in .it .' ..pl. '''|ol : ittlliios i nr nli...t "HI'h n,. .>!..< ),I i( Mr and :Mrs: Howard Douglas and along all right with his i g raph i' I i : One Pound 4
on IJnute H 0 lii-twi'.'ii Ke .ton.. 1r.f Hr .. 4
Heights! fl'id ",...vIlIn.lrTlark.* I >i.tnlni;tf\t hl
1'.llIlIt"Reward T..I..lr..to l. >x xJ1: -K. Uradford I...' *:l".>..wr.. l.nth. 'Innern inir n'n' !Ii Clarence! Strickland. Mr. and Mi rs.Troy !! cents! and is expected home u I' 1'o"I"L\ ::0:1-\1./ A ./ T' I '; .
"I| ir .
-, i n-.tMnir r.'friiretIon.IA..Ne to par For a ('ntlpl"l wek. j i Sales !; Thomas of La Crosse; and'Wjhe '! this weekend Bruce Jackson: f', ::11'1'1..0 S 't.'rk 1.. Crv"lr lor rh. I'-I.f'.: -,:l'" ,.... --j;;; : ONE MILLION
F'IH: nFXT-I-'urlll"h.,1 I''ttag. "f "'ntsl l ServicekAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJAAAAAj' .. ,
> r '
ihree room 11hath with yard I t'.ney Island f on Tntinlr :< j, Thomas of Gainesville son of the W T. Jacksons had a II I ; ;, .}"

ANo three and four room apartme | c'hnnh and T.-nth Apartment SI".k: f.at'>r i' Mr and Mrs. M. TUghman and hernia operation Saturday in St.ineent't >OTICK-TO APPEIR
its ,"love in. JrnMe I.M-H- ('...-.-.> -t.t .. I !III R. H. Green Jr. I
ft.i'n All modern ('on\.nl..II.II. I itn ,I children of Gainesville visited her I \ and will be coming j Florida rlrroll!. (Court Hradtord. Con.ft.
?rtlV V...1i..on. S t."J.e If !I ".(.),",, \1..J.---4'lItf:1r.' n'nod. a I.\. IT I Kaiser Frazer .3DEALERSHIP : parents :Mr: and Mrs S. M Mott, home today-incidentally. former <. \.' Sf-llT', I'U.iitiff v- 1'i, 4
totln' ni 1enhq < .. j ;..Ij'r .
5 j> fF'I'I \ n Sunday. : I'.f..nlant
... Starkeite Dr. ----- -- :{21 Templee..
HF: \1.1.:1 fur National Advertisedvenllated """.".. --..t.v ItnVM Tommy Ritch. was 1'd":
AwinnKs. (!ood (' iiilsii.tnr 1 Write in Jacksonville TW"rrv.. i.. Ave. [ Irf-ih ,. Starke. "''a.
Temple Sellers
r nm .furnl.tf'ti Ph. 32 Rev and Mrs Barney Andrews of W. : wh.-- r i.nd Iol. i :
Edwards .
.. M. is in Riverside
V-ntllited t n'iir! < '> !.Hh) H-r- S v t .t.r fnilitien r.1 ( j addrs is' :: I'nkn.M i iY
per St Ja'k".II\'Ill., Kl.t Up I I! K Dmore.t Up t LaCrOsae left Monday to attend: Hospital for observation hear ">u are hereby notlf! .-d "hat a'I AAAAAAAAAAAA4LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
1 -
j .53.'tj y 'i
I V I __

...... ......_ .

.. ..




! Second Section Bradford County Telegraph



Assistance Clients In OTICI-010ITHK |.: Attorney Each H Douglas 505l.y'o This notice shall be p''1.i .fh II
Jos. T. StantonJoseph Old Age (Irrult Court llritdford. Count 'h Building Jacksonville once each week fur four c..: .
Florida: In ( hancrrj.M..IVI. j:.ortda,
I r-e .\ 1I.lnl'I"n. IMaiifffi | weeks in the Bradford Ceul'y Igraph I 1.
Stanton 76 t. \\' Al'i. !Ilar 1i-i efrnd-l and file the orignal! In the office
Thomas i 'n < "n.
May Earn Up To $75 MonthEvery ant Case No. 9471 -f the Clerk cf Hi' r:mutt O 'i.rtfii 1 >i'1 th;- T; ,1e| % ,f \ % ..
home near or before thet
died :Nov. 1 at his 1! :Nmirp In \pprar. i iVillif :
Waldo after an illness of three Too \ altos M.irilisfin \\ hov, d.tyf l I.. i'. -! \T. :'sr\i \ j The max
r"l"! i!' ('U'o'lIa! lira h. North ,thtr\\J 1,1 f ..
months. He born in New monthly ,. ,, (1 '4 r rh elfl"! t
was UY'
person receiving ('a- :.Ha and whtddr.-s i : Co'a| : .ip, '" ,'
Orleans and was a retired laborer. payments under the old-age and Mrs. W. R. Morse Dr Una U Beach M Hardison.North I'arolin.i l.x: :5t-r. drat ". f.--,1 I ni| \ \' '0. P"I"I'), "

Roy Elliott of Waldo was his only survivors insurance system of the I You are hereby notified that a e"u
t ;Named
hum Bur AfofirPOHCA. Chairman
fy es s surviving relative. Social Security Act will be interested : suit Hivoroc. 'u-tl.dr of nehlld ", .

NEBR.. Funeral services were held at in knowing that beginnjng, Of Jr. Red Cross \ 1 1 and rant attoii "f < < ]I'

the graveside in Crosby Lake earn as ttion agrt-i nit'nt sr
Wherein the swiftly passing a lovely Autumn. but like most I last September they may has been flied against y'I'I Iniah"te .
Monday morning with 'till .lorry Gay chairman of the Bradford -
Cemetery mouth and
ch as $75 named Court and i.au e and
11';: per
days bring us! near Thaukgil'ing.I other places it is dry. Last night .
Father Turnier of St. Edwards their benefit payment County Chapter American I you are required to serve a <"I'P .t
pray much, help bury the aged was quite cool. I oft compare the accept I ,your :iti-wcr or pleading tu '. '
Catholic Church officiating. he.cks Red Cross has announced that i.-.. i..1: on the I'IIItlfr! !: s
man, and bake a cake.There I\ season here to ones life. Summer i i !
Mrs Ruth S. Morse, former Executive \
have been moments when is the youth and younger days. : ,Ted C. Van Antwerp manager 'I Secretary of the Chapter -

I I Autumn of life is that of about ,,f the Gainesville Social Security '
thought 'ha been
appointed chairman of sO
banker. He was so neat in his ALL KINIK OITH'E M ITIJF.SAT
Joy was a singing bird I had my age. winter and its chill p ri Office states thi: ai'trdmcnt.a to I Junior Red Cross.
in Math. Hazel
caughtAnd :i haps will be the down hill read to': figures and good i I the Social Security Act in lf>52 THE: TELEGKAHI:
Griffis to come down and see ; Mrs Morse started her Red
when I felt that I could the sunset of life. Put not your i I provide that us >r-5 receiving I! e ee ,
the lovely oranges on the trees : Cross work in the county as Junior ,
hold I I trust in Youth and year, They social I security must now have: their
near Orlando I will remember 'Chairman in 1942 and will againbe
Life in my hands like miser's will soon pass. But trust in love payments susnended the very first WILL PAY CASH 0Vo' :
that beautiful country I hear they serving with school teachersand
andand nothing eKe. Youth month they WI k and earn wages .1:3S''i'l'
gold.I I -
have such good teachers this yearat children in helping to promote : -d.,
walked upon a Summer world, and beauty fade but love of more than vT.'i. The procedure For Saw LogsAND 4
Its! Clay Hill School I am so glad community national and international (
Beneath feet the flowers abides when those have fled. fir persons who ATS self-employed
my schoolroom and children so ; friendship and under- 1'W.PWOOI .,..
very ... ,
curled. | is good to have a companion when j! '' is slightly' : different. Here too i il I! ..,.;. ;;,...\..
heart is still there. I loved my' standing. "' : .
Around my head the robins flew, the chill of the sunstt of life over- My I i l ti, y are not entitle I to social TIMBER _...-., u..:::.?:'. :..
much. 1;; :j: !J:: _:j( ...
takes us. Be kind to that hubby.It I .* Mr Gay states that this ; .. >:
And time was a laughing boy I '? d'ity payments if they earn year ;,):'r.i.1'f..,=.. .
A Post Card Will :Me '
knew. is bad alone. Men die first in HELPFUL HINTS. Make a ; over $75 per ir.ont1; but sin< e Lis I i ; the 35th Anniversary of the Bring : :::;,..;..%,..-- ,.--.:,;"",

But cool quicksilver robin notes most instances. When the going shoe rack by tacking a curtain tV"r coverage ur.dethe: law is : founding the American Junior To Sec You. Vii': :. .Lfi.: i.e .
and I feel the wall closet door.hang !b-isH :, Red Cross and the annual enroll '_. ... ;:: ..... :"; '- l. '"
Cease with the throbbing of gets tough no one cares i ii < loci on or on the ne: profit from their 'Dick' ::.- ;...F ;: :r. .J. \
D. B. Thomas
their throats, j I can always snap out I shoes by heel!' Onions will I '.infs, they may have a net 'ment in Bradford County will bp } i: ':: ':': .- r-- i

The snow will sift white petals ,i of that thought by sing- stay whole when cooking creamif for the year of $900 before they held during November.It I-.awtey, Fla. ...--f... .; -:.:....;,.:.".. .. .,-r; .::., -'. $ .
down | ing. "Jesus Cares" I know He :you poke a toothpick throughthe I I .''rr i a IL-.J >; mo..:. i> 'iocial will be carried on throughout t :: ...'::.;;:::;.' ;::'f.f.;:;':' ':.=.:.--f-.r'f'_ :t_I. _...,;-.
bruitlle ; cares. Try it. One can be free of center before cooking. : ,'. I.dty ben..ii-3 -:. :;..; "f't.'i ':-.'.::".: "
The tender leaf turn I II the under the direction .. ,, .'r"
county .
-- '- _. r-. .;..: f: :
.:,.. --: --- .. .. ..
all have them. I --: : ,," ." 'r. --0::: ...
brown. I burdens we am BEEF HEART STEWED: I got:: 1 he is tl 73-; 1 of the Junior Chairman and with .i ";._-' ...'-
only -xc!o i m e ,; : :::; ::; J,:: 2y .:"
My heart put not your dearesttrust I baking a cake. About every Fri- a nice beef heart for 80 cents. I old beneliciery. Once a the endorsement and assistance of ::'.,. :. ........ :.:;.. .;;-:. ;;-.... ..:;." ....
I day. I bake Don a niece cake. I off fat took out lear per- ., :-: :t,:;:. :.::::;;;%?..... :; .;.... .-. '. ::. ;. :,::. .
trimmed some son attains age of 75, he can receive H. P. Morgan. County Superintendent ,:.;.;:, -:;;: ,,;:'"::,-;::. '-'' ".- .1t"0.. .. : ..
;:: ;,;;--:: ,;;' : ---: .. :. .
In youth and years for they do I vary the kinds and shape. Ha. the white arteries and washed monthly social security bene- ,, of Education and County :;';:::::'. ;; 3:07 ,::.1-: :...': '.' -
rust j That is my one joy that he does!: I let it stand in cold water ,, .- :;.: .. ))1! .. : : .: : .' -
'I'' good \ fit. leganli of how much tot School Supervisor P. T. Nolin and 1 .... % ,:' '.. .> :_.,; :d:.
what I bake. I can make .r-_ ;:.:::;. ..a. ;;. -': .... --r
Like iron down to nothingness enjoy for an hour. I put it in a deep Anne Humes.Funeral -= ':"... ;;- .:
Hi S.Some r.r..:. := -: _' '',;; '-'''-'_.. ::; ..... or .
kinds too. He likes them allI I ... .. .-..:... : ;;;
Put trust In love and nothing many j ji kettle with a little salt and water
less. i I: CLAY HILL: Such nice letters i to cover. Bringto boil and folks. Ir.'an Antwerp .:,;::;-- -:>.. ,..:.;. -<.:,:;:..;:.-:; ,,'
.or :
-Herbert Merrill. from my children. Marklee Johns' stew gently for three hours. I added continued have expressed the SaturdayFor u ..-" .::":'.."< ." :':. .,..'.... ,,"" "'_".

"GOD is love." Soon the snow I 1 and wife have a new baby. I always onions and Irish potatoes cut in : opinion that SocIal Security benefits Mrs. Griffis J : -"-> :-:-':' :.".. .: -\.
should be paid at age of 63 a '. .
-- -: ;- "" "
here will be flying. We have had told Marklee he was to be a''''large chunks celery and carrots .
of whether the individual
t : thickened the broth and made a regardless:: Mrs. Lula Griffis. 69. died Wednesday

I, when vegetables were done. I had retired. In other Oct. 29. at her home near } Safety an extra dividend of low-
A"h'ft' i! words, they feel social security CthF
I I gravy We liked it and that made Raiford. She was a native of Brad-
should be at 65 and that cost enduring
paid theybe concrete
\ :i about three meal" Cheap and County moving to Union Countyin rl pavementWhen
From where I to work: for a
sit... Jy Joe Marsh permitted any 1908. She was married in 1898

good.My amount they could earn. ; to Sam Griffis a farmer. you've got to stop- and your family with maxiquickyou're -

t J cake i H done. Digger is i The only answer to that question I thankful for the mum safety and security night
.e is five old now 1 Besides her husband she i is l survived -
c 1 asleep. He years Mr. Van Antwerp states is
'' Going Going I I I and is getting gray around the 1 1 to remember that the present so- by four sons Gordon Levy,. way concrete all-around grips tires. But and day, year in, year out.concrete's .

I mouth. He is my one joy. If you cial security program was designedto Harvey and Hubert Griffis. all of s necessary safety for *

Almost Gone I are lonesome get a dogCat is provide protection against the Raiford: five daughters Mrs highways and streets is not limited

.. I good too. I want a parakeet some hazard of loss l of income due to Frances Griffis and Mrs. Rose 1a.gga.ge. to emergencies i iit nor does No community| need forego the
Granny Robinson put on quite a please-this is tny own coat!" i day.: Pets are such fun. Don and old-age and4eath. In other wordsit : Griffis. Raiford: Mrs. Cassie Sea- I depend on one.. factor alone. safety of concrete roads and
: cut down the two other trf'e1along i is bright Starke; Mrs Martha Beaver -
I l an insurance system
show the other provide Insurance
night at the annual Accident
From where I sit, what almost ; streets. Moderate first cost
White auction the garden. Don said "Theyshould protection only at the time Ft. Dodge Iowa; and Mrs.. Concrete pavement besides ,
Elephant held at
happened to Granny was good fora i
the Women's Club. come down too" I said. of retirement or to survivors of a Louise Terrell. Jacksonville; one being uniformly skid resistant little' maintenance and long l life
but sometimes
laugh, when people -
Towards the end of the evening, "get carried-away" with theJr "You are Bos" Whoopee! I don't ;i i deceased worker Old-age and I brother Jim Rosier. Lawtey: twcsisters. Charley E. Johns is highly tisihle at night. Its make concrete a true "low-coil
much. I Mrs. Jean Gaskins and Mrs.
care to boss things FO survivors insurance is not an annuity
she had the ladies battling for ewn talk it's not so funny. I prefera Agency even flat-surface carries you pavement."
; lust like to work and be kind and insurance program."If Laura Chesser Starke; 33 grand
anything she put "What glass of temperate beer while
up. am I
happy. Mv cake is done It i is nice r children and 12 great grandchildren. Ptone 13 STARKE, FLA
bid for this woman's lovely black listening to my favorite radio pro- I the social security program PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION I
kind of icing
I have a new
coat here-good as new! Who'll gram-you may like oda pop- should be changed to make benefits '"'' 1...
Next week I will 507 Mortgage Guarantee Atlanta
mean to try. Bldg. 3, GeorgiaA
say ten dollars?" she asked. or cider. I suggest we hold on toour payable as an annuity insur Funeral services were held Saturday .'.l -
how I like it. Life can be "
Granny held the coat up, and personal opinions and be- tell you ance. it would mean that one ol November 1, at 2 p. m. in, I '" ......' notional organization to improve and extend the uses of portland cement and
goal "Remember trust in love ,. the Pine Methodist concrete. through icientiflc, research and
commenced describing the coat's lieve in them-but take a good two things would have to be done. Grove Church Representing THE TRAVELERS. Hartford engineering field work

lining, sleeves, buttons really close look at them before we try to :' and nothing fess." Wordly goods Either the benefit amounts would! of which she was a member .. -.

"selling hard." Then, suddenly, "hell" them to our neighbor! may burn and rust and be washed have to be reduced to a mere

she took a close look and blurtedout I away. Love is in the heart and token figure or the social securitytax

"Land sakes, no more bidding 8oetJtCAou4 even death does not erase. God would have to be increasedto
I provide sufficient revenue if o It'slongerstrongerfor'S2thegreatestO

bless you all. : present benefit levels were to be '

I Cuprighr,19S2.United States Brtv.tn Foundation i, LOVE-LURA maintained" declared :Mr. Van U car ever built in the low-price Field I

Antwerp. i( GJ j1 Ford's size stands out like its beauty! New Ford Bodies are
A of the Gainesville [
MJrftir1. vj representative 'II bigger wittvmore interior comfort. And, beneath its beauty
>j *jj Social Security Office will o and bigness there's brute strength! For, this only completelynew

I Easy to serve j at the court room of the courthouse cor in its field hal a longer, stronger chassis with a

in Starke at 10:00: a.m. on sturdier K-bar frame.

y. i the second Thursday of each

month to the
answer questions on

I Easy on the budget : old-age program benefits and and under survivors interview the program applicantsfor insurance o 0


.. V, fj

I body-color-upholstery combinations

I t,,. CIII'KEN-DRES.iNG: SITKFMK: in its field biggest choice of power 1
7 A O

With the Thanksgiving and l lt U Never before has a low-priced car offered so much) Take

1* Christmas seasons not far off B beauty only Ford offers so many body, color and

> *v i, home-makers are thinking B upholstery combinations. fate style/ only Ford offers
O g 18 different models. Me power only Ford offers aO
special poultry and meat disht's
11 D.h.p. high-compression V-8 and a 101hp. high-
?*;* for the holidays. So totla\. a
*"; # : compression low-friction Six only Ford offers Fordo-
;::;::: =- poultry dish that never fails to matic Drive, Overdrive and Conventional.!

bring hearty approval from diner.,
= -
I *r. 3 w -- and compliments for the cook Its .. ;
:;. -.-
I "" called "Chicken and Su .
I -Ott \ i Dressing >. ,.
. a
d : preme" .
% JM II \\, Here's the way to prepare it: Measure Ford's value by the advances it /" '>
r l lt \ brings you! New Automatic Ride Control / .. n,,.,
i Cut up about three cups of i
f 1 i .. '
t gives a bump-leveling, highway-hugging \
l A/ cooked chicken into "bitesize"pieces
ride. New Center-Fill Fueling does awov fl, .-" t
| with gas pump ockeying.| New Power- ; d '
"\\ h 1 11t r /8: Make 3 cups of gravy using Pivot Clutch and Brake Pedals are easier rf {

CiS these ingredients: 3 tablespoons to operate, eliminate drafty floor holes ,s '

. a .EN\ Js., ,f ..rra i I butter. 3 tablespoons flour 3-4 tea
: K spoon salt 1-4 teaspoon white pepper -

I j i 3 cups chicken, broth or milk.

-\ 3 hard-cooked eggs sliced! and

i chopped chicken giblets. Mlxj i iI
s. \ > '
I j flour salt pepper and fat and s r

\ ? j cook for a few minutes. Then add -, ;f 4 x ; .
G i. J r o r. Faeo
j milk or broth eggs and giblets.. .o G.rdn. wA.te
!. ns "1e1 ; / e,. ,.r. ZI: .' .s. 1 Rq wry udr au ,, op.o,ol er
and heat. ;
M i ; ,
\ iQ 2.41i a 4 e c cad. EaWa.e t, raw
& STt vn'' I To make the dressing you'll need ', r ; j t r! 1, Ya do a er one,thour 4 rlDtKe.s wbtea. to
1 12 1-2 cups cornbread crumbs. 2 ry

I i tablespoons butter 1-2 cup diced

j celery, 1-4 cup diced green pepper

'- | 1-4 cup chopped onion.. 1-2 table- S
S spoon salt 1-4 teaspoon white

pepper 1 egg and 1-4 cup chicken

T I broth or milk. Mix butter with o

.5 cornbread crumbs and add celery

green pepper and onion. Blend
together salt pepper egg. and 11

r A I milk or broth and. add to other
1 ingredients. -

1 ; : together Now to: get all this good food Wat I RoutTW! +

There's that folks like
one thing I Grease a baking dish or casserole -

j I I with chicken fat or butter

with entertainment. That's refreshment.Thaf Placea layer of the dressing

(half of it) on the bottom place a Alejf Drive.e sfari- you 11ihk e

s ice-cold Coca-Cola. right in the bottle. layer of the chicken pieces on thei
i dressing and 1 1-2 of
I pour cups You can pay more
the sauce on that. Add another

6 25 | layer of dressing and the remain- t'C.A.r. but you can't buy better!

i Bottle Carton j ling sauce. Bake at 350 degrees

Fahrenheit for one hour. 1If t the

Plus Deposit Ii I i i dish is glass bake at 325 degrees


STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY i i There you have it: eight generous -

1 servings of Chicken and Dressing -
.- &, seal trod.t.. e TWE COCA COLA: COMPANY
Co& o o r. 1932. -
Supreme a delicious dIsh't Madison & Adams Sis. Phone 118 STARKE FLORIDA



..- flP
.... ..,......-- """!"'" ,, ...,......,.. ,.." d )'" -


FRIMAV. vnfmmra 11 ''ear




..............V111111111111/1/1111111/l/11111111111.......A.A .A. A ';

1st PRIZE 37000 BTU ALLEN HEATER VALUE $70.00 "t'



.' 4th PRIZE LIGHT FIXTURE VALUE $10.005th 'Ii: i u


6th PRIZE -2 BAGS TUXEDO FEEDVALUE $10.00 c ... ..., .. ..
;'I't! "....>-.;'.' ..-,' ,' "'IJ')0.,. ; .". '" ---...
; '; ''
( 'F' '
'.:,... "'- y,' .hrA'f.lH... : : ..., ,<....-.. .' ..1"....- .. t'
; ,' : .. .. ...,' .." ..;: ..
'" ; ,
7th PRIZE 5 BAGS WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER VALUE $10.00 4c1 :': ,.... :. :." ': ', .'. :"V'r: 1;; .; :'1:; '; r

t/;_T;:v../'':-.. ". ...'. ,'. v''.*:. .''-'.-,--."'..tI-''--...-.r-r: -,..tl*;....-..',..:*.r.:.-:-.-.. -;--_ ". For These Prizes r: < v
Register JORDAN !':>. -. '_,".;."..'<_.:. .?._'. "' t,...i...,.,". ,. ;
:Manager '.. '-_ _. '- .. .. .' .'-". k
TO BE GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE AT 6:30: P.M. t tlEJTRICRL.!:! SItPPII5.5A5N4 WI : DDORIj ".". 't_ ...x'"',4e ,,"",.-o"I'J'>.r:."::t"; .. .. ."
+ DDWS Ir DOj 5. S.T.A R 1'f.- ... ...
PHO.45 : '
15TH. COM P LET E' L!!:;u r'. :
r l3U11.b>e k'S SCtit'1t.t

Winner Does Not Have To Be Present .
..F ...
I II?1: .... 1 -- .., x= .
to i'j;. .'to '_.J._ r.... ._ _, .'"" '" .--4-'T: ,'

SOUVENIRS $157.50 REFRESHMENTS t .,. ...... ,,'-Jz '..... --" '_-' ...;..I_ .."...._'......-_:.;A.,,... I. ,i.
i ......... .. -....-.....- .-..'...-,.;--. :::. t..
., .-. :.-__-... ,, ... ., .. .. ,"' ,..':. .,:..".
.. -
.... '..... ./--"j'.. ; ; .;.. .t'J. ;
.. : '''''' 'l.- :.Ii: tft' .c--.:
FOR THE SERVED t1 'c 11.-,;.h.I' .... .".':.,.. ,_.,.;\;'i. _..'...._ .,',...for... .;.. _.'..-,.-,".--. -'I.\.r-_,":<''.._ :IJ.;::;
The new enlarged Home of Starke Builders' Supplies

LADIES FREE PRIZES ALL DAYA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ,, shown at right is the original store after being comple)
plete retail hardware department; left shows new, m

.; .................................... .. ...... .AA................ )t JAMES Assistant M. PEELER Mgr.

I .
1 1I I

726 South Main Street To

j l Gainesville, Florida STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESYour

Phone 856-2
; .
I will demonstrate

Extends CongratulationsUpon TUXEDO FEED DEALERFor

SNFIIWlNmA The Expansion Of
I I Tin Past 'JO Years


I 'flOurStore Manufactures of
c T h' Facilities For Serving Their Customersand
NOV. .7A

-Th1 -

,, .

We're Proud To Be Associated With


*Gtv s pmonol attention to your Shows way to save poinHng .
..t.... particular case dollar < Best Wishes
*Dimonstrart how mothedsteI
IYII color and .
txptrtodvk*on V: -
eolcr_homjool_ and quJdc H U I to point I t the t FOR CONTINUED LAWN MOWERS
X -- ." modem.way SUCCESSj
...;.. -*';- .......' *
*_ olvM-. ""rrod l iesome,-- pointing and .*Ut. out.......90-day-- .A Time Payment HOME APPLIANCES
dtCorating. situattonl''' -y Pian..., :- /*" :,- "-. -'
> +&t?.." -U-_ *<- CORONADO COMPANY
:- --- .....' ....i" .., ",oo-_':' -- ._ -_ .. FARM EQUIPMENT

x ,. ., ; .-- : -- Wholesale Building Materials Exclusively
II/........".., -. -'








---. ---
__ '
-- -- ----- ----- --


_,......-.YYYYYW'YYYY. .. . .YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY. 0 00 0 0 . .YYYYYYYYYW'. . .. .-

on their

":f4A SAT.. NOV. 15



'P * 4 _



,,,Yk!rY"'dF ijjC y'R'''r.J ?i% t';: 9w ,

SY as e.a
P Mi'y A' 90
% $&!!&3r >-
'S F fi1-t iV!n-nfrin."*-*.-T'--/'3--' --:'*v-'" -.'.".' .:: -' : RESTOCKED AND GREATLY EXPANDED STORE
w "
.. Mgr Feeds & Fertilizer
& Paint Dept.
I L4 .
I Iit This is indeed a happy occasion for us to extend a cordial invitationto

,' ',4 i 1 ,: A i13"qR'r+r rnq r,N4R3ws i y our many friends, customers and business associates to visit our greatly

i d. enlarged store and supply house. We take this opportunity to express our

+V t._ 'I;_ sincere appreciation for the wonderful patronage you have given us duringthe

.- ...; ....,, past 6 years you have made tl is expansion possible it is a realiza-
I. t'
.' "- '. '<' .:. tion of many years whereby we will be able to give to the farmers and builders -

.kt 1i' .., {
: bs cr of this fast growing and ever expanding section the best the market af-
4S 4 -'- r :
o. .:. .0-'., fords, faster service and more economical prices. (Carl Johns)

and Carl Johns' Feed and Fertilizer Store. The Buildingely
Remodeled which handles Feeds, Fertilizers and a com-
xlern home of the Builders Supply House. .


CongratulationsCARL CongratulationsAnd Beautify Your HomeON CongratulationsTo


.. Best WishesTo
?'dK:47Ymr.Ms.! ""'': :: ;: .t
ELI ': No Waiting You Get The Work BUILDERS' SUPPLIESWe
: : .: l Done NOW And Payments To
Suit Your Income are proud of the part we had

CARL JOHNSOWNER Laid Costly Fuel! Hills Hy Insula- in supplying their complete stockof
A tion Quality Builders' Supplies
Avoid Further Damage With ANew
1 Colorful Roof .
1PatIfl4ui1 STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES pearance.All .

;,M._..._....,.,.::...-.WA.-...'"" W"".........,.,. AND FOR YOUR Monthly Payment Plan

[.,.f'.'...: ..., .... .."... ..,",:. .. ;' CONTINUED GROWTH For Details Inquire At Distributors Of



/ of



Manufactures and Wholesalers of are proud to be represented among the other Nationally Recognized
Products stocked by this Progressive Bradford County Dealer

Hardwood Flooring Hardwood Lumber Starke Builders Supplies Regularly Slock RubcroicCs:





Atlanta,Georgia Jacksonville, Florida GAINESVILLE FLORIDA

.,. . _... __ _.
- --- -
w '
-- u -- -c -
':f' '.- .>. '\ -- -. ._ '. < .. -- ." -- --- -- ,' ---- ,'..->- ... .'




---- -- --
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTYYTTTYTTTTYTYYYYTYTTTTYTYYYYTT I had 161 I Ibs" of meat on h\nIl to One thing Js sure, anti that is *ve'will I! the fierk of the Circuit r urt on ---, -
eat. bf fertilizing thi- berry plants I i nr t.f.rl'J. the ,, ,. ,, -\II"rnpy.f'1 on O the Kvans.PlaiititTs Jr. 10H:: I and Starke file the Florida. once ea'h week for four conweik' -*
ct.i"i > I-aw original in the offu-
.r IT : of
Fxch.tnge: llldK! Ja k-.n- in the l"radford ,
and nut weeds .. the COUHM
::24 FARMER'SD )' T" tin .illt-K-1 rii> .f Kllii > tile Florida. Clerk of the Cu > uii i'Itd : ontr gr.iph
'! Our firM trust.is a nirmorabli I P STalked ""1101".1' b' ,11 be taki'li .,,, ionf'a fllot the original In the offuv. b-f. i- the .
.f : .1! !1. .
? d.n
ed l II i'
>> 3.u the Clerk 1 u.o i
of : I
toe i .
one Aluv btoilo.l a fine thick 10lur Circuit Curt ,.1. (I'I. FI.'IAt. SKM.t '
neighbor Troy This notice snati ot publishes r before the othei, ,,-, ', ",'bg.r:: "., 1dbvi A -
I ARY I I steak had sweet potatoes! anti '. Heiuu'tt :about beings, anti he says once each week for four conaecuuvt i, otherwise| the allegation- said 'iC. '.mpla '.' '" t.I" .- r I 1'11'1. "t the Cir, K
weeks in the Bradford i I'''mplaint write taken .. II \ I'. r I. i I'-J; "
i County Tele i < nf- .
fresh Kentucky Wonder Ivans I that he has a.t'ry pretty patch ,'graph. d by you. II. : ,' .. .' .' 1J .1 .
By Sam McGarvey 1! What a treat that meal was! ,The for this time of the )ear. He i 11 Dated tin- :: day of (it-tubr.r, 19a'! This notice shall he publish') !
1 I SL'ALl A J. Tliuin-- conse .m ryyyyTTIIYTTTny1'11TTITtyNOTICE
The author will be glad to rt"1 i steak was otic of the very' bosti using 40, per rent organic fertilizer clerk! of the Circuit Court weeks in the Bedford County 1'1'1\< I

ceive Items of Interest conctrn- that we have ever tasted.' It was on part of his field, and 20 By Marian: L. Croab, Dputv Clar1 raph.
I percent 10/:::& 4t 11 /14NO li.it.-d this :21-t!I d.ty ?.' ii 'h',. i PLANNING TO MOVE?
ing the activities of farmer In TKNDKK.: juH-y. and had n real I! <>n the other to see what 19.-.
i beef IK iKI '.\I-IM.: \n OFFICIAL !SEAL' ) A. .1 Th..na-
Bradford County. Suggestions maybe flavor. And what made it I hnpflf'ns. The Bennetts think that Lt7rrnil (',...u, II mil fur left at the Telegraph office or even oettt-r was the fact thatve i there are not as many lorries Ilorldat In lbnnerry. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy I cik: > i us do the job for you com
.u b,'rrt: .1.11 loon i'arripll!! L24/ 4t I : : I plt'h' We local
mailed to Sam McGar\ey, LavUey, have loads more of it right in our I planted this year as' usual, and t Frtilink 4 Carroll. I'l.iint.M lOmtiff. operate and long

freezer and Alice have choice 4 ,.. r surxrrc, (IP tant' ant where in I'. :S.
can listed the names of lots of growers c.i-c S 9444 "'..In: '1"0I'I.r.U '.MOVING
Notice To r
YYYYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYYYYTYTTT, , , TVTTTTYTTYT. . ruN of meat whenever she wants | who ordmarly do have berries >' Krt-ilrn Ipprnr.Ti l k I'.Irr..ll! w hue r.si"iur In riorlilni('(,rOliC In Court, llrnilfurd. ( ..mil' .
hem. ant address I l.,' 573 \\',. hanrery.Tara Phone 311
but have st 250-J
none this
Lots of excitement and feverish a "hog" of herself. year. MiNt, Stif-tt. N\w Vbrk t'it" New : Towisend J.ii'I I I'o11ee or
v..rk hfford l:. Jones, 1'.'t- : r
work on our farm this week.Ve. .
I 1 Had another light frost this If the hand planter does not toll ar. !Iser'-l.y niitifi'il th.,t a \ To tppear.T. i i-
reluctantly butchered suit fi
our two- >rI'lM'irf K\rflk-nt: Aura Facilities
| The first meat we ate was a week .. I It tf1. i.l t I: i ,e -
and we were afraid that it I and l i n. "
red j work out well in fertilizing our rat..it.; ni "tntudeu .
year-old Butch and as little ll"|| .llllt. ,,01'1' I- "
of liver
the ( Sam Ita nupas i
it was our first steer to kill we'I although I got: our few tomato plants and berries we still feel that it will I..u filid! ., :alll,1 y..ii in th- \\--r r i ;i I"'r. lYou :. .'.
swore that he wouldn't be able our few strawberry blooms. But be a good tool for to para ,,\ nam..tJ ( '"un and cause and) /lIIla.
us. use
R. B.
had quite a time of it. We had a ALVAREZ
,: to eat any he was tempted whenhe I it was only a light frost and did I > ".i i art rrquirv| -d t" erne a copy! of !j' .it.- i,. ; ',\ not.r. J!
'neighbor Mac Griff, help us (in ticularly in fertilizing plants set your all'-\\I'r..1I pl.--uliriK to the suit for
i saw how easily it sliced.) it no harm at all. Since then it has'turned wide apart such as tomatoes. 'IHl'lallll| | ( on I InPlaintiffs. I j Divori ? ;u.d) I r- -' ,
fact he did the work : very Agents for llclrlicrrue
we was delicious and actually tasted I Attoiiu L Zu.h H Douglas iOJJ.;; i I in.il'l., n 'i iha .
helped him) and he did a fine job. ]i I warm. !! broccoli etc And we can use it Lyn h Huililiiifr, Jack.vonvllle.I! i ._.'--'- --- fr t
i like calves liver. I., IVrnman Blet.. S. Court
Klorula. St.
: St. for side dressing with "soda", C1I 'W named i'"I:! t and ,I. -
MAC shot Butch and as usual ":1 | I I
you any urcil .,
:'lilt file the origin.il in the ofrict" 1"1 t""n P ,
1 or
pet takes a long time to die." We i i I Leo barked furiously one morning ,I! ;lie i'li-rk "f th Oil ml O>urt on I I I 'ouall"W"-r .r ple.nl! 'IK '
rigged his hind quarters to a sin, Later in the week Alice went : this week when Sam went out ,j I Along with millions of other .r I..f..rf':24 day the of :; |: ooi.plaiiit on the Plaintiff"Attoi .. "' -- -- -'. -- ',,'- --" -
to milk and no wonder for there iithrrwitli; Xovcmtirr. IH'iL1!. ; .'-\ z.. M H. !1'..11I.Mich -'t - -ifSTARKE -_ .- ---t"cj__ ,.;_ _'__ __:_"__1J_ _, _--_..-_."__,-
,gletree attached it to > allegations .f ,,
folks saul ,
a this
crane on into Starke to Lawson's to watch i \\'l"'ott'd week.Ve al- ISui.d: 4, -l.i "
j'I 1! in the kitchen Comfort I < "mi>lAi'ii will tuliiktn as confesri:3 -
garden was Florida.
the tractor at first the tractor them cut up the meat. Mr. Law- ;' ways get a thrill out of voting, for i< I.}' > -u. and file the original In Ui., ', RADIO AND
couldn't lift the carcass (because ': having: the time of her life to it is and This nodi-e shal be published of the Clerk ,
i i son called out to an assistant: V us a priceless right we of the Circuit c i n [
I once each week for four < SERVICE
i! eating: cabbage plants. We chased con ecuu r before the
we had it hitched too far out on "Hey Butch! and Alice was 1! never will understand how anyi 'five weeks in the PraJford Count) TELEVISION I
her out and the I i I day of December .
fixed that Telegraph. '
yoke so |
the crane and the leverage was one could fail to vote I otherwise
I somewhat because of I i dated l thus the allegation
i; -'J day of Uotuber 1S32: J ".i .j.jI 1 1t
too much. Anyhow, we had to course, that was the name of our she cannot "walk" over fences.! i i. I 'OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas t I' Complaint will be taken ..1fessed ,. :,

kin part of the carcass, then ; animal. They went to work onI i I But what a mess she made out of Dug our first Irish potatoes of I">' M.trian Clerk L Ciofcby.of the Circuit I eputy Court Clerk This by notice you. shall be pnhlt-hrd Repair Service On All Makes

f lift some more, little by little and '| cutting the meat and the first I Ii some fine cabbage that were starting jthe I i Fall and did not get a good 10,24: 4t 11 14 tive once each week for four lonseiu-
weeks In
the Bradford
to head. County
it was not until we gutted the {i i thing that happened was the saw i i yield. We had too much rain early ln'llir Irrnlt Cmirl ..f Florida,|Telegraph.

animal that we were able to lift I'| blade broke. Tough meat? But 1 I ;, in the season the plants came up, Cluhlli JuiUrlal: ( (......it. In \ii.l I Dated this HO day of iMob.'r. 1 1C\ .2 TELEVISION and RADIOSFor
i I f For MraHloril Vount' In ('himrrr (OFFICIAL !';Eu.i A. J.
Th. .
It where it belonged. The i We got busy then mending the mas
sun and
up in a short time the meat was all very unevenly although they ). Clerk of the Circuit Court

was hot Sam was not much helpin I cut up and back home and we I fences Comfort had knocked down were hoed twice there were still| J In f Adi..tu.n. | of M.m Kt.iiiiKi.i"k"n *-- My Marian L Crosby, D>'putCl.rk!
( skinning and it was some time and used a fence stretcher for the '' weeds. < inf.int 10.1: 4t n 21II'I'ICI i iN
had a total of 322 Ibs of beef on many 'linn:
before we got it cut into quarters I! hand. I first time. It worked fine, and T '. :", -,'nkh't. I IJt >rlVn' e 1'n PHONE
: !III"W:, l
and took it in to Lawson's to I now we think that we can get bar- i j i Our Fall green beans athrough re Y...' .f" !h.-,.rbv notified that aII..lit'.n Tlrrult : I'll, u'i'Hiii PROMPT
I II Court
llrn.lfor.l r'ounly
be chilled. And what a relief it I bed wire taunt enough to turn our bearing, and we are pulling '.,hay > rs filed in the abet, Cloriilnj In ( hnnrrrr.f"runtus .
I' I tyied ( ur' l.y .linieo Ilell.ert 'n'f I Ii '
was to get the meat safely stored I' We got busy and started wrapping stock. We have learned that unless I'I up the vines and feeding them i and w ifP. Jewel Casey, for the ad option )- Kit na. Hieliuka-I'.ielmkaPlarititf, I p.r"IlI.UI', '. \ -. RELIABLE i 198.W

away. and loading it in the freezer I j the wire is tight you are wasting to the hogs. We used to cut everything minor of, M.u\' Frances Franklin a i' Cat.: :No; "r,"
l.y saul petitioners an I yon \ollre T.. .Apprnr.
I (and we sure were glad that we'!' your time. : under, but we cannot do i a i re r, qiiir..<1 to <-..r\'" a copy of your T"Kbna: \ Hieiiukas w h"M, SERVICE
Answer or objections to show ratine deuce l and n's
time. I I 11 kn.
that in one roat a Still' i- i a
We weren't what had bought a big freezer). It was whyaid
sure to do with petition sliould not be You are hereby n-.tifml
1 What some folks around here think that the more you cut under granted, on the attorney-. suit forDivorce tiiit a
and had to jietitlonern. -
"Snsidefl" but J big job we
the we decided that quite a ..
22S E. ILL ST.
and IlaweN, Millerr.iiilrtiriK STAKhE: FLA.FULLY .
call the "cold weather birds" the
better soil will
the the be.
the hogs needed tankage anyhow j hurry as we had to take one side iine\itle.., Flt rida. and I haM been filed apaii.- y "'n !n thaboie >' ,
kildeer are back with '. and they ,, file the ., ,
u original
to Jacksonville to : the office of the named Court and\ -- -
we fed it to not of the meat .Tu-e' and '- -
so them without ; -
i would be welcome except for the "bO '" Clerk of the circuit Court on or .I-- you ae required to ", r\e ,I 'I'Y| ofonr : u' __ := ':; : _::' :: : l
visit with
sister Ruth. But ;, Had a pleasant ( fore ".
Sam's mother the
misgivings. And sure enough the i and I ITtli day of I".ml..r. !I'' \' an-wei "r p'e.Tl iii.r '.. thoiiiplaint -
next day Henrietta acted sick and at least we had most of our beef I fact that they are t'atingour broccoli -: :Miranda and his family. They Herein, Fail N". t. or a [>erre>. J'ro In lh. \\n! iffl -, -
'onfevsi will I I. '
nt'Tell ilK.lll.1-!l \Tf"'n.y r 'r'tl.k\ I..ntiumiPHONE I ,
we were afraid that we had poisoned safely in the freezer and the other plants. It's always something! have a beautiful place but are jplauged ou.f .
1 \\itnr" ; -s inh.iti'l 1 and 1 s..ill! ..
with the usual trouble of f of -ml
her. However as she soon : side delivered and we were practically -I Court in :St.trki' ,Florida, tin-. I

mended we were quite certain that j all worn out. but happy that Our berry patch 'looks pretty "help". If you want to see Doc's I day ot Xo\i nli .". ltz.!

she got to much to eat, and made we had raised our first beef andConvoy's i good to us. We have raked and face light up. ask about his heife'tLinda. ioFF1C\L SK\L:a- Clerk A. J.of Th'.m the.iul,, 1 218
hoed of the beds and what Circuit C..urt
I some
tOur I'K-- ;.i.il llaAv, Attorne-- lotIVitio COLO\IAI 1
I we have done looks pretty, but although r !Millir I I'liikllnR. li.iiin; >- EQUIPPED
good Yankee friends. Cheand t t Vine, Fl'il'da: !
Service StationAMOCO the rest of the patch I i
Agnes!' Doe sent us a load of 11 T 4i \ii :, the most modern and efficient equipment -
doesn't look so good the plants ,,. FLORIST
'' tools and and' available the
low' we are grateful profession is
for the NO :
GAS AND OIL are growing except noio \1'1''': \ll
nlaces We have a few more I,'pleased. Anyone who has a farm In 1'irrnif'mrrl, llradforil (',.uoIT. ,, used by this funeral home in main-
Florida In ( ,
blooms but lots more on the way can appreciate how welcome the e nlloc'"" : II. Jllhn h.inrerf.. "n. Plaintiff, v. FLOWERS taining its well known standard of
Washing Greasing Tires Tubes & Batteries tools Irene A. Johnson
Next job is to fertilize and w e are. and how useful tht'u' J Defendant Service.
Case No. 944fiolIre
tackle that this coming week. !1 be. > To Appenr FOR ALL OCCASIONS !I
To: Irene A Johnson, whose re>ii-i
de'K-c and address is': I'liknown : i ii
Alice grabbed an old sack out
You are htr..IIUllifi..d that a
Ride Florida Greyhound Busses of the feed shed and a red snake suit for i i It I DeWITT I C. JONES
The old fashioned hand corn Dh.III'-e I t
fell to the floor at her feet. She has been filed against you in the i 00 Phone 7 Starke, Fla.
SPEED SAFETY COMFORT ECONOMY planter which we ordered arrived j i
pinned it down with a rake, but above named' court and cause and i|
this week and we tried it out fertilizing you are required to serve a copy of
couldn't kill it, and it escaped i in your answer on pleading to tit r --- ________ ,

LEARN TO FLY the easy way. Pay as you I test we our fertilized berry plants.116 plants As a small in 10) (j i i i back of some feed drums. We i-otnplamt; Attorney, "T." Frank the L.indruni Plaintiff's, t:|! DISH GARDKttS 1 Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur :I

i couldn't! find it later and now wei Starke. Florida I i I t I
learn Phone 147 \ minutes, and although that is slow i i are careful of what we pick up. and file the original in the office <..fthe .' POTTERY I local funeral home enables ua to otter conveniences and :
[ we think that the method is feat! Clerk nf the Cirouit Court 'r
Think we'll wire the shed for or before the POTTED PLANTS I .ervtces not otherwise available :
'I ble and that we can speed it up. 24 day of November lr.J ; I

{i I Irlhlas then we'll be. able to IIeeh.tlpr otherwise the. allt-Kation-\ "nid, I I ________...... .............1. .... .. II \I
I what we do. Complaint will l t... taken as c''Mt'd ". FLOWERS WIRE! j <
.- by you ,"'to furnish the
highest type service at lowest prices and t tt
This. notue shall tie imhliKh., ,I I'IInet. ANYWHERE; I
All folks have their own prefer '' rocs week for four con.-ei 'n'. \ accept ANT life insurance policy In force issued by ANY !
weeks in the lira,I f..rei County 1 j t-. Nona St
Pares on the weather but we think ,graph. ', Starke I company as payment in part or in full on a funeral |I

that this season is the best of all. Dated tins ::2 day of ()Octob., 1r>',J I t Consultation carries no obligation. J

fOFFII'I.L1.1: A J. Tliom.i--, .... .._
Most beautiful days and cool crisp ClMrk. I ---------------------------- -- ---- ---
"f the circuit <<< ?:ul I
nights that make for wonderfulcII't'p. !fV Sl I a hul I.. f'II'hy, 11f'I'tlt"I'r! i 11. -
; ](,,24 4t II J M
I t OTlCi: TO ATI-Kill
In C'lrrult ('onrl. Ilrailfiird Count) '
We have noticed that feed prices I'lnrldni In .

ate coming down slowly and make p.to'"hr..Ilt.Chancery. Plaintiff: v fan"

believe records that shpw we that are even not glad.with Our the thy.Notice Nohr-tnlt.TnIIIpar.11..f"lIdanl. Case :-;". SI4' ': Of f the three leading makes of

To': Dorothy :NohrMedt. w t.-.
Any Person or Persons to Engage in lower prices we still are paying rid You>-nr'- and ;.Hilu.. i is; rnl> ii'>\?
are ii..i
$1 a bag more for scratch than cult for n

I we did when we started here four nit.i.p, '
I has I..-, n r.1! i ai> : 1.1 i I'' \ "'i 1 'n II. trucks ONLY DODGE
I years ago. :abi.v, h.i'" I I' 't ., tid, .. > ii'.'! gives

Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless 1 1I I No lupine planted. yet, and no i% "I' !i r ,I' ,,..1?, r., .. -, i .-.V, "v.i.' .py'I, ,

oats planted yet and we will haveto

get them in even if it is late

The Name Is Registered Sam has a "one track mind"he: 1 I these extra values # .

works on berries and can think of
nothing else at the time.

I Alice' planted a row of rutabagas If You Have i I When you huh a truck, you ra ,t t
i buy on facts. And the fact

I some more lettuce parsley s.. PINE Oil CYPRESS is of the l tree leading
and replanted more sweet pea : wakes of trucks only Dodge

Read This Florida Law She loves to work in the kitchen TINKER 10 SELL : I "Job-Rated" truck fie you I

I garden. I i extra values luted 'below! ;,. '

i. Large or Small Tracts II I
Truck costs are not just _
'q 11 shall he unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to i I Although we are not looking i II original price t)>ui total costs S

engage in business. as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein de- j foreward to it. we have to butcherhogs We Buy All over their of the truck. +

fined, without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the I : this week. We would are both PAY TOP PRICES j Extra: values nxike Dodge in
"chicken hearted" and neverkill trucks the le.I itit expensive, -4

clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of businessis i anything if we could avoid it. e !! c I. a h.i--i!> ot rmtruck/ V

with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit I but we know that we must butcher costs so see UN today.

the hogs so that we'll do. Besid is. {Write{ Calla ,I
signed i by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of I or
looking foreward to
we are
all those interested in the business enterprise the extent of the in- batch of good sausage. Extra X Extra. # Extra.

t'rust of each and the fictitious name under which said business is carried I. B1THOMASLUMBER ENGINEvalues CHASSIS BODY
on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto The few folks we have checked

with around here report that they CO.PHONE values valuesMost
engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or
are not getting many eggs from> 211 J Most Truck Engines of 3 Shortest Turning Diameter Pick-Up Bodies of the 3
their intention to register: said fictitious name at least once a week for four their hens so it looks as though: Icadtn; tru.s{ manufacturers of 1 leading! inake\: : means Iradint nukes Yuu're sure of
P. O. Box 735
((1)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county we are not the only one*. Pretty STARKE FLA. assme you ?,t ; mutahle: poer. e
where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be I soon the hens will all start to 1 lay Two Fuel Filters "0 all OoJge Independent Parking Brake Most Stake Bodies, too. Center
and then you won't be able tr owls keep: out Jiit-and help on aU; Dudjje 'Jnh-Raied se<."OIof take[ : body is

accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of i give eggs away. assure Jr/>< /.J.c power trucks gJ,eaddluoniLl hinged fei easy: side loading

such publication. Floating Oil Intake avoids safety. Create /j-lon Panel Capacity

I sediment pi I\e' better lubrica 1 P5 ft. plus
time and I LU great
:No rain for some Cycle bond linings.on hy-
I non longer eng.ne; life. Ix pajluad of 1 hating I makes:
j I it looks as if we hit it right when dfaula:: brats are nvetless
If I TIIPICTUAE 45-Ampere Generator keeps Give smooth last longer. Great.stVhienAtea of the )
you are engaged in business under any name I we guessed that would get a drv batter ch.inieiJ !:Vl'flIohen uv-! Hops I leading rauk.\ increavf: rh+-
Glad that berries are nr.lint cletWujl like
spell our mil casement Shot-Peened Rear Axle .
nutty: safety, handling eae.
j low beds but tv,,'ll change tI IVTBEed heeler extra lightv! Shafts mean extra strength.;

tune in a hurry if it starts to rain Water Distributing Tube on age trucks are built to )Ialt' Front Parking lights, in

other than your own and have not had this name all malls, wub I val.c rats _\AE.arrrtoved directionmeans -
i longer; inure :iruuHc-frec gyrol Fluid Drive Available al lights can be quickly m-
j Read about an ancient sel valve and vent lift: on Vj-, '+i-, 1-lon and Routestaked;

j 2000 years old that sprouted W- 4-Ring Pistons, Top Ring \ BB model for smooth power. Widest Seats of the ) leadingma

properly advertised and registered we will be : wonder sometimes if we do not ANY Chrome-plated >"'1 j'l 1 en Orlflow Shock Absorbers on .e' f trucks q- .

i get some seed from the ,am<' gmes Sa.1'.1' .. i ..,k-...r> 'r '. 1 I.on models 21.? r '"..'atr i t. 'f. baskv meu

I source but are not fortunate in MAKE $ keepai! in. i_ ,, 'iu," JII"ler: riding: reduce seer. w," ;i" t" t eu"rw. IIN.mt

glad to give you all necessary Information as to t I germination.\oTin: TO trrnuittn ANY I Of the 3 leading makes only DODGE gives you these, and many more,, extra values!

j. ''rlda(Irrnlt: In (Chaa.'Vend..Rntdford...... CountT.KI ) ', MODEL Get more Co me in

|Itt*1-n R S.a! ..n T'li'nr'f: v- Fr.:''-. {p"
what should do. j Ihur.I""n.I pf>n.tirr {ruck for etDDD&EU..TRUK5 od l f'

you |r ntlrr To tp.ar. 'aNo.. !>44T 1 Year Guarantee ou r mop good de QI

I T.I Frank Arthur N.k'rr| wh..<>
reri&tncf and artdr** i" 2nd H..r.-
I n..tt \v..nu..w Twk N.w Y.rki"

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHPHONE suit PtvurrPsac "h*.".f-n are r M hereby"d aga totifiwl net \'''|11 that mh*a Chas. C. Shepherd HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.

.tb"'e named 'nurt and ran" and
29 r"'ii ar* r"<]tilrd to serve -.
c pv 60'() Temple Ave. Starke Florida
; ;r, :an-wr on ple'\dinp t" the RADIO TV ; Phone 1')9')
;': tnt: on the Plaintiffs I

..V.. ,r.r T Frank Landrur.Akf ;
I Florida Phone 239 '--- Fug BETTER ROADS AND SAFER RIDES SUPPORT PAR-PfO/tCf AJequott Roads
a'd -h o'lg-na: ,m 'h- ff if


-- -
-- I -