Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 21, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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Hospital Trustees Named COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Before Committee Meets

Official County Publication Established In 1879
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The five-member Board o]if Trustees which will be em-i, I VOLUME SE\'E.. TY-FOrR STARKE, FLORIDA }'RIDA\ NOVEMBER 21, 1932 NUMBER NINETEEN'Dad's : :
j I than six per cent to mature in notI I _____ __ -- -
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powered with spending close to]i half a million dollars in feder-:I I more than 25 years, pledging to --- -- ---- --- -

al, state and county funds for the construction and maintenrd -'i I secure such indebtedness the anticipated :

ance of a hospital for Bradfo] ,County was named Mondayhere : revenues to be receivedby Night' On Tap As TornadoesMeet

by Governor Fuller Warren. the corporation.The CainLawtey Convicted

The Governor's appointments' Monday Nov. 10 attended by law further provides that
Green Cove Here
were made on the recommendation.of the full board of County Commis- the trustees: I I Springs FridayTonight

Senator Charley E. Johns and sioners, the chairman of the Boardof Shall have complete charge of

Senator the management of the establishing -
were: i Public I' will be Dads Night -" i owls before the end of the game
Charley Jerome Johns, son and Johns, Rep. Doyle E. Conner, and acquiring or the building,
'at Bradford Park when the Tornadoes The touchdown drive covered 79 A (GiViiit Court jury hero ThuriKiatu: 1\1\11l :
business associate Senator Johns several interested citizens. It was erecting, equipping, maintainingand
I meet the Blue Devils from yds. with 3 completed passes put- Youth i Horace \V. ( Bill) Cain guilty of hiring Arlie Urinightnii :,rl' :
of the and
Insurance that it operation hospital
in the Charley E. Johns suggested at this meeting
Green Cove at S I Ii ting the ball on Ketterlinus 10 yd. I
Springs p.m. ,
Agency; I I would be advisable for the hospital of all business and property of the Calvin Starling to burn a house last July) in which Jeff 1\1:1: \ -
members will line. From there Prevatt scoredin
I i of squad
James T. (Jimmy) Moor Board of Trustees to be corporation.Shall i 2 i To Face Jury sIn his son Basil. had stored some 9,000 pounds of tolun'i ,

be the honored guests, sitting on plays. _ _ _ _
I all sections of have the to appointa It took the six-man iun I
Starke service station operator; I I11rs representative of power I !' Ketter- iu-
the benches and wearing numbers, Buzzy Nawnght was : i .
France!?: Thorpe, assistantto I the county. suitable superintendent or matron '! corresponding to their sons'. |l lI linus' offensive star: scoring twice. Father's Death minutes to agree on its \ ": dafter

Dr. Pete G. Felos of the Starke I It was then that the group or both, doctors, surgeons, Bruce Pacetti and Wayne Bussey Cone ConvictedIn hearing a long line t o- >\ :' .
The Tornadoes will be i iI
Medical Center; I I selected a nominating committee. nurses, internes and necessary assistants I eager also played outstanding ball. Calvin! Edward Bloun: 1.') yea! nesses throughout most ot \\ '
return to the column
win again,
Cecil Whitehead. Lawtey pulp-I I I each member of which was to and fix their compensations -' j Delano Thomas. Ocie :McGee: Bob ; old Lawtey youth, imhuvd LH' nesday and Thursday morn.n..

wood operator; I 1 I study qualifications of persons in and shall also have the !suffering a 20-7 defeat at St. i!' by Crews and Glenn Norman, who second degree murder in connoc- Auto Theft The trial reached a clin.ax. Ut
last night'against
Henry Hinson. Hampton farmer. I the* various communities of the I power to remove such appointees. I Augustine Friday : carried the offensive load after tion with the fatal stabbing of Wednesday afternoon when stat. _

Moore was named for a four i county and submit recommenda- I Shall have the power to deter- I Ketterlmus. ,I Prevatt was injured, were standouts I his father, E. M. Blount. last June i Attorney T. E. Duncan, set-knsc t

year term: Johns for three years; j i I tions at a meeting that was set ; mine whether or not patients presented -II Last year Bradford's boys won for BUS. I II 19, will go on trial here Friday: Carl Cone was found guilty in I establish a motive for Cam ,

Mrs. Thorpe two years; and White- for last Monday night but later I to the hospital for treatment a close 19-13 victory from Green I I| morning at 9:30: o'clock. 'i
head and Hinson for one year. j j called off by the chairman, Senator I are subjects of charity, and Cove Springs. The Blue Devils Statistic i The case was previously set for !11 was on trial for larceny of a Graham farmer, to the star.d t, "

The announcement of the trustees : Johns. i i shall fix the charges for occupancy, 4-3-2 record is not as Impressive BUS KET Thursday. but was delayed because :1950 Ford Tudor sedan from FloydW. the second time and inquired .''.i

by the Governor came as a I The special act passed at the j I nursing, care, medicine and attendance ns last year's but the visitors have 1st downs 10 12Yds. of the untxpeeted length of an- Williams of Dinsmore. cerning his past relations! u : h

at this time since a "nom- I other than medical at- been 'pointing' for this one game from scrimmage 190 236 Cain.
surprise 1 last session of the legislature provides other tnal In progress It was brought out in the testi-I

inating conmiitee" to suggest I that all race track funds rej I tendance. all season. Yds. passing 47 23 mony that Cone took the car rain Davis testified that a dpgrt't' ..1

names to serve as trustees had j ceived by Bradford County in ex- I Other powers would include that Operating from the T formation, Passes completed 3 1 in front of Williams: home and ill-feeling had existed bl'h\.tl

been appointed last week and was ; cess of $80.000 annually shall be I of suing and collecting all amounts right halfback Jerry Howell 145 Passes thrown 6.4 I City Asks SRD : switched tags (,:1 it to avoid detection them, at least on Cain's par

scheduled to meet last Monday paid to the board of trustees for II reasonably charged; the selectionof pounds of speed, will be the boy to Passes intercepted by 0 2 i since an automobile accident s..>

night to make its recommendations hospital purposes. The act states a hospital site; the placing of stop. Jerry Carswell, who playson Fumbles 4 4 i iI Cone'sife testified that he had eral years ago involvingUn ,

that the payment of these "excess"funds I' insurance, and the requiring of the the local Post 56 baseball team Fumbles lost 3 2 To Fix Walnut paid Williams for the car, but no truck and an automobile dl"l\11 tn

Senator Johns was asked to to the trustees shall be made county commissioners to levy quarterbacks the team and handles Penalties 15 40 i'j receipts or papers could be produced Davis's son.

whatever millage the trustees the passing and Punts ave. 41 34 I i Davis stated
punting. that
serve as chairman of the committeeand annually "until the hospital corporation I to show that the automo- Cain urn' t '

set the time for the Monday is dissolved". The existence deem necessary for the operationof I Knowles, left halfback, and Charles Next Wednesday night, Nov. 25, I In a resolution adopted by the bile had changed hands in a legal see him on one occasion and :i-k-.t

night meeting. Later in the week of the corporation is per- the hospital. I, DePratter, 175 lb. fullback, round will end the current '52 season 'City' Council!, the State Road De- >, manner. what he (Davis) intended t III ,i,

however the Senator informed the i petual. i The law states that no trustee I out the backfield.. when Lake Butler Tigers will be I\I partment has been requested to about it. Davis said he tol,1] ) ('.1:?

other committee members that he I The county now has more than shall have a personal, pecuniary i The Tornadoes will not be at the Homecoming oe. The Union I resurface Walnut Street. I I II II he didn't intend to do aim him;
State Vet WillLocate
would be out of town Monday { $30,000 in the hospital fund. I interest, either directly or indirectly I full strength for tonight's contest, County combine has enjoyed I The resolution points out that I about It and that Cain said. I II

night and suggested that the meet The law also provides that immediately -, in the purchase of any supplies i suffering numerous injuries in the another fine season, losing only to I the Council granted the Road De- I I get even" with you if it tak,', .>o

ing be postponed. The other memo upon the board of trustees -I for the hospital, unless purchasedby bruising battle with Ketterlinuslast P. K. Yonge and having a tie game j I partment authority to establish aI Here I years.

bers of the committee presumedthat becoming qualified they are competitive bidding. I week. Ned Pringle defensive I II with: Cross City Bears. They are I detour through the streets of the ,t Upon hearing this tostm, 11I1\

no appointments would be i authorized to transact business I Persons engaged in the practiceof guard, won't play any more as he 'riding the crest of the Suwannee I city during the widening of Temple I Starke \\"llioon become headquarters Zach H. Douglas, one of tlu a'

made by the Governor until after and to enter into contracts looking medicine or who are interestedin I I suffered a dislocated shoulder during Conf rence. Jimmy Whiteheadand Avenue (U. S. 301)) which has : for a state veterinarian torneys representing Cain, n'md

the committee had had an oppor- :j to the establishment of a hospital. any drug business or who hold I the first quarter. Ed Prevatt, Lowell Shadd are two fine just been completed. This was Rep- Doyle E. Conner has been notified for a mistrial on the grounds that

tunity to meet. j and may borrow money andor| any elected state or county office I Gene Shaw and Aaron Hutchinson backs that spearhead Lake Butler's done with the understanding that I by Dr. Paul Vickers, State the testimony might prejudice t th..

The nominating committee was i i issue revenue certificates bearing are prohibited by law from servingon I are on the doubtful list. 11 11I I attack. Richard Dekle, center, is I any damage to the city streets I II Veterinarian. I jury and would deprive his clientof

the outgrowth of a meeting held 'interest at the rate of not more the board of trustees. !i The score doesn't indicate the I I another outstanding performer, I would be repaired by the State. This is the first time that a I I II his constitutional rights <'t i ,I

closeness of the j Road Department, the resolution fair and impartial trial. Th. inn
rugged game, as i Offensively and defensively. I state veterinarian has ever had i

DemocratsTo Masons Invite 1 the Tornadoes lost 3 fumbled I A large crowd is expected sinceit declares. .I: headquarters in Starke. Although I tion was denied by Judge JohnA.
Young Pecan PricesStrengthen I | H.
I !'' balls when they were driving and is Homecoming and because of Walnut Street has been "seriously .v.ost of his time will!! be devoted to I II Murphree.The .

Public To View had 2 passes intercepted. Ketter! the great rivalry between the two 'I impaired" by the thousands of I the state program of disease control 'j trial began Wednsd: \

linus turned these costly! mistakes I schools' Past records and performances motor vehicles routed over it during -i and inoculation in this diStrict morning with the State railing

OrganizeA New Temple Here I into touchdowns. The home boys ; are forgotten and it's I the past several months, the he will be available in an ,' Arlie Broughton and then Calvm

drove twice to Ketterlinus goal always a battle to the end when ': City declared in asking the Road advisory capacity to stockmen Starling to the stand. The-c men

I line only to fumble, but Ed Prevatt I the Tigers and the Tornadoes Department: to resurface the here who wish consultation on had previously pleaded guilt I t.
for of
meeting the purpose The public is invited to visit the i Prices strengthened slightly on i went the charge of burning th,'
Democratic over from the 1 yd. line 37 meet :, street. | veterinarian problems, Rep. Conner h.uist'
organizing a Young
I new Masonic Temple on West Call I the second pecan auction sale held At the Council meeting here said. I containing the Davis tobar- aol
Club of Bradford will be
County ,I St. Sunday afternoon between the here Thursday, Nov. 13, the aver- I I maintained that Cain
held in the USO Tuesday I I Tuesday night, a representative of The new veterinarian, whose prono4tcigive i
lounge hours of 3 and 5 o'clock. Ladies age being 23 1-2 cents per pound::1 National Guard To Provide Counsel them $50 to do it 1'111"\'
American Oil Co. and Lacy Con- i II
night, Dec. 2, at S o'clock. I I name has not yet been announced, '
of the Eastern Star will be on as compared with 22 1-2 cents at peated substantially the .,'
their local agent, asked for a is san
Guy Andrews who is serving as way expected to arrive here Sometime
hand to greet visitors and serve I the opening sale. story on the stand.
chairman of the organizing committee For Young Men And Their Parents permit to install gasoline pumps next month. I
refreshments. After the
The closed
sale :
states that Mrs. Madge I brought 19,996I ''i the property line located on the it'torney "
The first regular meeting in thesrv I pounds to the Starke i I Douglas opend Jj'i: s It.rlll'if '
auction tyr north end of their .
'I ; facing
Ward of Jacksonville State President The propert. '
inauguration military
Cart Ingram said.'e .
Temple will be held Monday want Kites TuesdayFor by caillngr PI. I 'W .
of Your.g Democrats, will attend I | growers received a total' ', counselling program for young I them to have the best State Road 16 (Tenth Street). The : .L
night at 7:30 o'clock when a classof possible inn I The defendant denn-d that
revenue of 478749. The hhad
this meeting and will explain I | firstsale : men who may be subject to mili- ,rmation and we feel that Council approved the installationof
candidates will be raised to the saw 20,221 pounds sold for I we are T. J. MooreThomas hUed Bioughton and Stalling: t
the and of two gasoline with the
purposes program tary service, and their parents, j in the position': of pumps
Sublime Degree of Master Mason.At I a total of $4,467.01. i having authontative burn the building and stated( th.-n
the organization. I understanding
i no cars were
j was announced this week by Capt. material "
7 o'clock Monday night a I to give them. he did not know
All persona 18 years of age and I There will be no sale next: H. B commander of the ] to be serviced on the sidewalk. It J. Moore, SO died at his anxthiiiK :about
; Ingram of the questions that it
picnic dinner will be served, to parents until the next morningThe
older are invited to attend this i, Thursday, Thanksgiving Day, but: local National Guard unit. : was further understood that in the home near Heilbronn Springs Sunday -
which all Master Masons and their I probably ask are these: defense then
meeting. I 1! the auction will be resumed on L This has the two-fold How ; event a sidewalk is placed along morning at 7 o'clock. He was brought si"-
wives proRiam does Selective Service affect eral
are invited. All Eastern character witnesses ,,
Coffee and doughnuts will be I Thursday, Dec. 4. I the street that the oil company willmove j born in Georgia and came to i ii t'i.
J Stars and their husbands are also I purpose of keeping parents abreast ]j my boy? Is he subject to military stand in an attempt to c-iahli' h
servtd the business Bradford when he was
following i thetown. County
the tanks at no cost to
r.eeting. 'invited.. Each family is requestedto The price range on the Ii of legislation affecting the mili- j service? If so, where and how one old and resided in the the alleged poor reputation' i I
dish. Chicken varieties offered at the second 1 I'' tary future of their sons and adj j can he serve' How he I year
bring a covered can con- Broughton and Starling for I tmtn"
I Heilbronn the rest of
Chicken pilau will be provided by the refreshment sale here was as follows: I I'i
Supper I their military obligation. j The of this ,
committee. major goal program testified that they would ii"t \h.
I Curtis __-- .25 .30 c: their to the Council and I II I farming. lie was the son of,
To Be ServedAt : I Parents and visitors are invited ;'is to bring about better understanding I program late John and Hester !! lieve Broughton and Stalling ,
Mixed __....- __ .20 ..23JaCMooie : t 1 a motion was made by Councilmen i the GreenMoore.
ITelegraph I" : to conie to the armory each Mon-1| of military service to' their oath.
To Be Out -- .21 .23lic: i Ewell Lawson that all employees i
Homecoming I : iliy: night from 7:30 to 10 o'clock : parents so thai, they can better i I The arson occurred last
Froscher --- __-. .23U .29 c: of the City be required to carry I Mr. Moore was a member of the
Wed. Of Next WeekAll : to discuss the military programs advise their sons as to what is
X fried chicken supper will be\ \ Tesdie __ -....__ .17'.1 .20 c: 1 I Blue Cross and Blue Shield, with Union Primitive Baptist church i>.Brougnton and Starling had pro.
: available to young men. best for them.
viously confessed that they humid,
:.ed in the school cafeteriaThnl.g.virg material for publication in Money Maker __ .22 .234c the City paying the $1.30 per I and a Spanish-American War
; "We decided to begin this mili- j "Our object is not to advise a log house about
parents a mile ninth "r
1 I __ veteran In 1898 married the'I
.19 he
Seedling %<
: ; eve. beginning at the Telegraph next week must be u ,2,0 I month premium for Blue Cross I
tar counselling program because to tell their sons to enlist or i Graham which was being 1JiI'thv l
the Homecoming Unknown .... .20> .23 c: > I late Ollie Raulerson. :
".w p.m. preceding -; submitted early as the paper will 1 --- -- 2 for each employee and each em- I
much aware that I to wait for induction, but ratherto i Mr. Davis .
we are very and his son fort"i !
Football Game with Lake be printed on Wednesday in order I' Stewart __ .21 .28M c: I ployee must pay a minium of I Surivors are three daughters, II
I I parents of young men 17 and over present all the facts to the par- of some 9,000 pounds 1.1 !tint'
uUer The entire proceeds of j that the Thanksgiving holiday maybe Success ____u. .' .23!2 .25 iciMayhan : $].10 per month to be deducted Miss Rosa Lee Moore. Miss Edith
I vitally concerned with ents and let them come to a decision I cured tobacco.
supper: will be turned over to observed. I ....--- 0fl .25 .35 cRandall today are from the payroll for Blue Shield.It I E. Moore, and Mrs. Lois Cox, allj I I II

tne JcvJvtr: fund. Tickets will! beSt I Correspodents are asked to get __ .21 .22 c:, J the military future of their sons Capt. Ingram said. was further recommended to I of Starke; four sons, Lloyd M. of j-: Broughton and Starling t. *t I''fudi

). at thC door or be '!Kennedy __ .25\2 .27 c Raiford, Clarence, Cornelious and'i that they obtained gasoline f"T h.I .-
w may pur- j I their news items to us not laterthan u each employee that he pay the

i-ia-ed: from high school students. early Tuesday morning, and[ President .. .20 .22 c; I High School Chorus Santa Parade added premium of $3.80 to give Nelson Moore of Starke; one sis- I job from Cain. Broughton \"m., I

Adults $1 children 50c, desserts we would like to have them Monday -I Schlev _- -. .30 4 ci I Wins ApplauseAt I each one a complete coverage for I>T, Mrs. Mary J. Conner of lirycc- the gasoline over the mti-r.or: .1,f
extra.The. I'I "Z" .24'-c I villi'! and 14 grandchildren:: the house and Starling -1"1| ",
afternoon, if possible. i family Blue Cross and Blue Shield. 'I

P T.A. announces that plans notices, etc. should also be in by Van Demon .23 c I Rotary Club Set For Dec. 5 'I I The motion was unanimously carried Funeral services were held Tue.sj the match door and tossed a h h' I

have beer made to take care of afternoon. i day at 1 p.m in the Union PriniiI inside. The resulting f' -.
Monday I! An unusual musical treat wa I plosion blew Starling some _'""' \1 '
the football! crowd without too tive Baptist church with Elders B
in '
much delay and everyone should Advertisers must have copy : enjoyed by the Rotary Club here The Council approved the pur- j I: II. Ilawls, Herman Moody and Otis into the yard, the men !>,t.IJ]
not later than Tuesday noon. Blanding Spur The annual Santa Claus parade
.' j I Wednesday when the High School chase by the Garden Club of a | i
be f.rujhed by game time. > Rhoden officiating. Active pallbearers '
the business i
through section of f
Chorus under the direction of Christmas tree at a cost of $25. i 1
were Wesley Crews P. I) Mrs.
Will/// Poll Its FreeholdersFor 1 Miss Geroldyn Silva. BHS music Starke will be held Friday, Dec. 5, The tree will be placed on the ,, Reddish, Freeman Rhoden, Roy Begue InjuredIn
Keystone Now at 1:30
CompletedThe instructor, went through its musical : p.m. 1 courthouse lawn. i 1 I; Clemons, Paul Crawford and Bill Accident
::\ ,
I 1 Irs.lal1on Howe, executive II
paces. :Miss Silva prefaced i The Clerk was instructed to Reddish.
Opinion On Bonding For PavingFreeholders : the program with the announcement I: secretary of the Chamber of Commerce write J. A. Brewer of the State I': Interment .was in Dyal Ceme- .|[: Mrs. Doris Begue. wife of l lui-.n!

construction of some six that the repertoire would states that all civic clubs Road Department that Temple : tery with -y-McCabe Funeral Begue, manager of Tempi. :tofol',r

of Keystone Heightswill the square dances being held at I miles of railroad spur line into) have little in common with thee and businesses are invited to enter !! Avenue was completed and that 'Home in charge of arrangements. Court, was senously injm-'l' :

soon be polled! as to their the Airpark and the clerk was I (':\mp Blanding one part of th "usual" glee club standard and '1 a float in the parade. O. L. the Council would like to have the Thursday morning when th., a'//r ,

wishes! in regard to bonding the instructed to advise the parties I three-phase rehabilitation program"ithis I seemed to meet with high (Ducky) Linsin is serving as street marked with the center GIRL mobile she was driving n ,r'h! <,Mi

city for the purpose of street paving concerned that this arrangementi I undertaken several months ago-. favor by the Rotarians who re- chairman cf this event I I lane as soon as possible and would SCOUTS :i Highway 301 collided with ,i I,. '
i iTh
i be terminated promptly. i has keen completed and passec 1 I :, sponded warmly to the popular i Each club and business houseis also like to have the parking Girl Scouts held their -i Mack srmi-trurk tractor n- ii ,

: final inspection by the U. S. Army' I and novelty numbers. as well as asked to contribute toward the marked off on each side of regui north city limits of Stark.'
The action authorizing the opinn Various means of alleviatingthe spaces i meeting Tuesday, Nov. 18, at
| Engineers early this week. Th e the traditional seasonal "Thanks- I purchase of candy that is distributed Avenue1 Mrs Begue was rushed t ti 'I'
situation in the bo i- Temple St.
parking = Marks house.
taken at Ginger
> a meetingof
poll ) cost of this project was $$293,344'. 'I along the parade route I i i, Alachua General Hospital '.', 1'1'
the council on Tuesday, Nov. ness blocks were discussed, including giving Hymn" -1 I Jones called the meeting to order.
I Reconstruction of the line by Santa Claus and his it learned she '
spur introduced by featuring helper- was received -"" I' !
i! one-side parking and the feasI Variety was All Church Choirs with the Flag Salute. Patrol two
11 : i in About $100 will be needed for this fractured '
got under way early July. several small combinations ribs, a fracture and 'I! '
I ibility of using vacant lots for the acted out the laws and decided to .
Additional street paving has purpose. Some contributions han Asked To Join location of the left knee anti l !I. ,
1 purpose. This matter will be investigated I The office of Smith Construei in addition to the full chorus num- (j F meet at Mary Henderson's home I II i
been a matter of discussion before already been received for this atjons of the nose Dr'r,f "
i, further and reported onlah.r. I tion Co., contractors of the work:, hers. A trio, composed of Aliese purpose In Union Service for their next patrol meeting.
the council for some time I Gonzalez, and with the Starke Woman's I : truck, Robert Ray Clark "f M I'"'. '
will close here today Roberl t Lawsonorman Scout Cats Patrol learned their
but recent attempt to boost Club leading the list of donors. Dora
a : was not seriously hurt
The clerk was instructed to ask: Craig, superintendent, announced I. Doris Parker sang two popular Choir members from all of the promises and decided to put on a' .
p-r 'rty valuations in the city Each Friday evening at 8 Highway Patrolman Q A h-.,
numbers and a duet-Tommy Starke invited to play. Pink Penguin Patrol worked''
the State Road Department to I Mr- Craig said that a few check!5 : churches in are
suf*;"! ntly .to bring in additional o'clock Dec. "
beginning 5.
a special the driver
hurry a reply to the'council's communIcation have not yet been called for by, Slade and Doris ParkersangI sing together at the Union Thanksgiving on their community badges and gim apf-nr-. -
revenue for this purpose drew Home". Christmas program will be held on lost control of the truck ...1.,' :liswerved
of May 16, 1952 rela- I men employed on the project and j I I Walking My Baby Back Service to be held in the planned a Thanksgiving program.
such widespread protest among the courthouse lawn, Mrs. Howe across the road In fr .' '
tive to placing a time clock on the these will be left at the Sheriff!Sl I A "newly discovered" quartet Air Park Baptist Church on Refreshments were served by
that the action was rescinded said. This will be climaxed by a of Mrs. Th '
taxpayers Dodd.Gladys Begue's roar t 1-
|signal light at Routes 100 and: 21., I :Carolyn Crews Frances Thanksgiving morning No27, at
office in the courthouse where Linda
they r Kay alo! and Sandra William ,
council .
the '
by I 1 and Barbara Jean community sing on Dec. 19. A wheels of the trufk wr k: 'r
changing the existing system between I : Bundy 10:30: o'clock.
Julian: E. Johnson i may be picked up by the owners. will ?.
engineer community tree be erected on out from under it
hours jMatchett' the currently Rev. L. G. w1!
the cf 11 p.m. and G j I' sang The Hemingway
One the
Blanding project- ----------
sented the topographical the courthouse lawn, the of Ct'cretaJ1'
a.m. Went to Your the service ar.'l tn"
ballad "I preside
: reigning
of the city recently and the i construction: of a telephone and j I : said.A Exams For
Postmaster At
The clerk reported replies fronthree been ''Wedding". Miss Silva explainedthat ;, Thanksgiving mes-age win be delivered HamptonAnd
telegraph building-has com
were discussed at length.Mr free gift will be given each .
maps discovered: 1 A. C Eieg": t. :::.- I
of the tour firms: requestedto 1 I pleted at a cost of 20900. this group was recently by pron -

Johnson suggested that plansbe submit information relative to I L at BUS when the four girls child attending the communitysing. -::: :ayan.Keystone: Lawtey Carrier To Be Held SoonThe
made to pave the heavily tra The: third phase of Blandin. while i
revaluation of taxible property in i casually started harmonizing
wIled streets to a width of 30 feet : work--the rehabilitation of utilities "
me town. He was instructed toI I ': waiting in the cafeteria line at i Lions
Stage U S. Civil Service Commission
while others be paved to a widthof i is now about 50 per cent corn It has!' also been announ< f'd l "> t'
Devrick WinsIn
at to furnish the informa- lunch time.Carolyn .
range .
20 feet. I | plete and is currently schedulec I : Shoot has announced that an examination examination will be held in I H/' .
j tion requested so they may submit for completion by May 15 at a L I Crew!. a talented Tractor Sales i i 1 will be held in Starketo to fill the position of rural HM I
C. J. Bastedo chief of the Keystone [ estimates of the cost of such a pianist, was heard in the spirited
fill the of fourth class ,
I ,; cost of $1.452.321. I| The Lions Club of Keystone position carrier at Lawtey. Applirati .r >

fire department reportedthat I program.The I I The original allotment foi:' "Gypsy Dance" and her own arrangement Denver R Devrick of the Farm, Heights is holding its second an- postmaster at Hamptou. Receiptof for this position must also b" .':

the pumper examined by him following names were removed -" 'Blanding work was $3,575.31320i of "Under the DoubleEagle" Home & Auto Supply ha beennotified nual Turkey Shoot on Saturday application to take the exam by Dec. 11.

from the town registration i that he was the district 1 will close on Dec. 11.This 1 On 'P
and Councilman Morgan was not i However, a considerable : Nov. 22, at 12 noon. The shoot a standard daily route <> :
books: A. E. Anthony. Anabel Anthony portior I The full chorus opened the program winner the C Goal" and' $2.4Si
adequate: for the needs and recommended | of this will apparently be left ovei. in "Super will be held. as it was last year. position pays annually miles the salary of a rural earnis I'r
j Anelda Cole Fred \V. Cole, j unless i with a brisk version of zone winner. Zone 1. in Inter- I near Pangborn's lumber yard. H. Wiggins, the present $3,153 with $20 per year a-Hi
that it not be pur Dr. \V. L. Musser Fred L. Mc- new projects are forthcoming "Camptown Races" and came to : .
'I i in the future. I national Harvester's October tractOr -: across from the drive-in movie. post master. has resigned. tional for each mile or major fri
chased.: He raised the of Quaig, and Ida kQtUig.I near : a rousing finish in the novelty
question iI I sales campaign.Mr. The activity being headed by Applicants must be at least 21 tion in excess thereof. Salaries ->n
I up
number "I Wish I Wuz".
insurace to cover the firemen The clerk was instructed to I Devrick has been awarded 1 Kyle McMurtry and Tom Carey. years of age, but not yet 65. shorter routes or routes with !h'

while engaged in fighting fires. I have ballots prepared for the city Wood mans Circle Notice The singers were accompanied four tickets to the Gator Bowl 1 A special feature this year is a Application blanks and full information frequent service are proportionately -

The clerk ::as instructed to inquire election to be held Dec. 2. All members of the Wood mar I : at the piano by Mary Julia Futch. game in Jacksonville on Jan. 1I about requirements of less.
I shoot at the end of the day for
into this and report at the Homestead exemption wassranted : Circle are asked to attend a meet, I Miss Silva extended an invitation -I and will be one of the honor guestsat the examination may be obtained 1 Application blanks may tx obtained

next meeting.A to \V. T. Richards on lotsII i I ing in theY. O. W. Hall Tuesdajniht. ,, to Rotarians and the public I a Gator Bowl Banquet to be "nonin1ers" of previous tries. from the Hampton post office or from the Lawtey post office

further discussion was had Of !and 12 of Block 14 Nov. 25. at 7:30 o'clock. to attend the Glee Club concert to h !ld The prize for this special shoot is from the t:'. S. Civil Service Com or from the Civil Sf-rvue\ (Con-
1 in the Roosevelt Hotel on
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I be held in the USO Friday. Dec. 5. pound turkey.
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Subscription 'Sates Established In 1879 On Application I Mr. and :Mrs.: James Gaskins of The Sunday services were well
Jl-50 6 Mo. 6 Big Value Packed Days! Nov. 20 Thru
$2.75 Year Tampa were visiting relatives in attended both morning and evening 26!
this community over the week- at the Pine Level Baptist
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION end.Mr. Church with over two hundred in'' Our Stores are Jam-Packed with Red-Hot Bargains on Holiday
:: and Mrs. Eldon Sunday school. Rev Pane of At1'
Young Democrats Have A Job To Do sons Rudolph and Joe and Mrs.A. lanta.. Ga. was guest speaker at :> foodsMany, many more items on sale not advertised here.
G. Karnes, were visiting Mr. the 11 o'clock sen'ice.lr.:: and Coma on in and you'll save plenty!

It is with a good deal of satisfaction that tremendous constructive force, not only for Harvey Edwards Sat. who is in Mrs. Howard Triffet of Ant! .>t..n. > tac.n-.=-_" -.,,.. c,, ..... .,.. _
we see the groundwork being laid here this the Democratic Party, but for the nationas the hospital in Jacksonville. Ga. were with us also. \" """"'''-. = '""f!:
week for the formation of an active county well. Business visitors to Gainesville We are very happy that: Jt'\: '
organization of Young Democrats. This is While it is premature at this stage to talk Friday of this community were: and Mrs. Hall's son. Gumil
right in line with the tremendous job that about "Stevenson in '56," as some have been Mr. and Mrs. Levy Norman Mr. daughter, Zaida are recuperating; F .
will soon be undertaken to effect the reor- doing, it cannot be denied that he will con-I and :Mrs: L. L. Norman and Mr. nicely and have returned to HUT
force in national affairs and Mrs Leroy Noi-man.. home at Cocoa. t S
ganization and tightening up of the party tinue to be a positive
Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Norman Mrs. Owen McRae and 1 lit Mesons
from the national committee on down and in the revitalizing of the Demo-
of Hampton were visiting his parents arrived in Jacksonville last
through state and county levels. cratic Party. I Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Norman week from San Diego Calif and
We never miss the water till the well runs One political writer says: whereveryou Saturday night.Mr. spent: Saturday night with Ow. I'S "
dry, and we never recognize the need for go in the East, in the South, hereon I :: and :\Irs. William Sapp of parents the H. :\McRaes:: and .1 tie Et
until its lack becomes the Pacific Coast, there is respect and affection Starke p fp
such an organization I were visiting friends and spending a few days now with !her
glaringly self-evident, as was the case on for Governor Stevenson. People I I relatives in this community Sun- parents, Mr. and Mrs N A. Canner /ff/7fq/T; ;; -_ -
November 4. have been meeting generally express the, day.This in Lake Butler. Owen v\ tIi _
There was a time, in the early years of }positive hope that he will not be lost to the community was saddened leave San Diego Dec. 1 for Japan Quantity: Rights Reserved Prices domio
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the Roosevelt administration when Bradford public life of America, that both parties to hear of the death of the oldest 1 Mr. and :Mrs.: A. C. Ellis have J le.
County had an active chapter of Young critically need men of his character and cal- and most loved citizen of this turned home after spending a week
. Democrats. This organization sponsored the iber as never before. I community:: Tom Mooie. In Miami. 152 Call Street
The Youth
SCHOOL NEWS Rellowship met with L.W Jr
annual fund-raising Jackson Day Dinners, "Actually, there was nothing dismal at On Armistice Day the Primary Pine Level church last Friday night
brought outstanding speakers here for var- all in the Governor's showing last week,", grades presented a short program with several churches representedand Slarke, Florida
ious events, and performed many other this writer continues. "The outcome was;i centered around Our Flag. At the many visitors.

worthwhile tasks in the interest of the par- not nearly as one-sided as the electoral vote[i close of their program a committee Rev. and Mrs. Hall were dinner .... "-... --.I.r....==-"'.,, .
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ty. But then, as one Democratic: victory (almost invariably a distortion) suggested. from the American Legion pre- guests of Mr and Mrs. j. L. Conner 111
followed another, an atmosphere of com- The headlines emphasize that General Eisen-I sented the school with a class room Sunday. Mt. Vermont Gr. "A", Dressed & Drawn, QuickFrozenTURKEYS
placency gradually settled over the organi- hower received 442 electoral votes, or about I|! flag for each room. W. II. Graham 1 Mr. and :Mrs: Earl Goodman nf
zation and it was allowed to become inactive.In 75 per cent of the total; that he carried 38 I was master of ceremonies.C. Starke and Rev and Mrs. Hall
S. Partin a short talk visited Rev. and :Mrs.: Munhee:: at''
recent years of laxness and complacency states gave on
the party lost sight of the fact that a The Flag and Rev. T. G. Mitchell Hilliard Monday afternoon !
"These are all accurate statements, but, closed with We had a glad surprise Friday
new generation had come of voting age a they overmagnify the real result. The ad-] prayer. morning at the H. :\McRaes at 16-18, 18-20, 4-6 6-8 8-10
The Heilbronn School boys ,
generation that has known nothing but the ditional facts, which help to correct the impression -, 6 a.m. Bob and Odessa Taylor and
I crossed bats with the Raiford 20-24 Lb. Avg.TOMSLb 55 C 10-12
and progressive Democratic ad- 12-14
prosperous are these: School boys on their diamond last children Munson came in. They 5 9
ministrations of the past two decades. This left Saturday C
l'nningto \ sitBob's | 14-16 Lb.
"That Governor Stevenson won 44.G(; percent I Friday afternoon. This was the Avg.HENSLb. .
generation understood little of the background parents at Mel Ga.
of the total popular vote. That he \\011'' first soft ball game for the local
and beliefs of the two parties, since I Mrs. B. :\McRae and :\11'-. Pu- '
bny but after hard
more votes in losing than Mr. Truman received a fought game
the last Republican administration was "an in winning the 1948 election. That the Heilbronn boys were only 2 Myrick visited. the Naval Hospital m- {f =:
)Ionday.Irs. Myrick returned to' ;
cient history" and they had no standard by
behind. The
scores score was :23?
he was given a greater total popular vote her
in Lake Geneva after
which to compare and contrast programs, to 25. The next game will be Gr. "A" Dressed & Drawn
than has previously gone to any winningor spending the weekend with the Small Fresh
promises, and performances. This genera- played at Heilbronn and will be
losing presidential candidate, Democraticor j McRaes. Quick FrozenBAKING
announced later.
tion had suddenly come of voting age and
Republican, except when President Roose-I
was ripe to be captured by a personality Miss Thompson and Miss Bell recently were: Jimmy and Mary
velt topped 27 million in 1936 and 1940." I who are conul'ctedith the Chil Francis Wilson from :\Ilami't' PORK
rather than by a study of the basic jdiffer- I HENS HAMS S
ences between the two parties on foreign Says the Republican Washington Evening Iren's Bible Mission from Palatka welcome them to our school
and domestic issues. These young voters Star: "Known to few when he began the were visiting our school last :Mon: Geneva, Lonza, Donald and

helped immensely to elect General Eisen- campaign, Governor Stevenson has left an day.Miss Evelyn Thornton, moved to Mai 3-4&4-5LB Avg!
Dorothy Ross. Home
Dem- clenny last \\"l'ek."l' miss them
with millions of his fellow citizens
hower, and it is to this generation that the impression
onstration Agent was vi>iting our from Lb
our school. Lb
that will outlast the of his defeat"Thus ,
Democratic must turn its memory
Party now atten- school last the
Friday in interestof We have a new Flag Pole and 49C 59C
if Governor Stevenson is not only I 4-H work. I
now we have the Flag fixing each r
is much to be done by a Young willing but eager as has been reported New pupils enr'dtt.d 11 "llI' s..hoo! day, thanks to :Mr: Lee

Democratic organization even in this immediate to bring about a resurgence in the Demo- 'I. . . . . . . .. i j'.ft' {J
post-election period. Already cratic Party during the next four years, he, AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASPECIAL

there is talk, on the national level, of a "dol- is a leader behind whom the new Young' \ MINOT BrandCRIEflRY
lars ,for sense" drive to finance continuedappeari" Democratic Club of Bradford County, soon !
to be organized, can fall in line with ,
ces of Governor Adli: i Stevenson on con- No. 300Stockely's
i radio ;w television! Under'this plan, each fidence and pride. 9 Piece SAUCE' 161f2Cr
person Tho supported the Democratic presi- If Governor Stevenson assumes this role 3.
dential candidate will be asked to contribute or leadership which we confidently hope \ %t I 4

a dollar for this purpose. This i is1 a project that he will, we may expect him to renderan BED mm I : Finest
that could be handled admirably by an or- invaluable service by contributing to the 4
ganization of Young Democrats. spirit of national unity on foreign policy; by I 4 4 PUMPKIN( f[ No. 303 11 Y2C No.2 / 21 C

The "dollars for sense" movement was speaking out frankly and fearlessly on the : Phone SO Starke, Fla. Group ;
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started "to help keep Governor Stevenson shortcomings of the Democratic Party,I 1 api .
talking sense to the American people as he which no fair-minded person; denies exist:
did throughout the presidential campaign and in arousing public opinion to support E Was $159.95--Sale Price $1 39.9 Chase & Sanborn

this time as the spokesman of the responsible what he feels is right when divergences ap- i Lb Can
opposition" The 'Governor has said pear within the Republican Party." : 1 RED 1 VANITY STOOL COFFEE F JT 19C

that he thinks it more important that the If the Young Democrats of Bradford : 1 VANITY 1 SPRINGS j''
Democratic Party render a useful service to County can help in some small way to i 1 CHEST 1 MATTRESS '
the country than to get back in power. If achieve these purposes, they too will have I 1 RED SPREAD 2 1 PILLOWS Iy Hershey Factory PackedSUGAR
he undertakes his future radio and television rendered a worthwhile service to the party I ...
appearances in this spirit, he can be a and to the nation.Tfeo r=* LhPkg
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By Brenda Bradford


Homecoming night is drawing

nearer each day Every one is
hustling and bustling around

school to make It a big occasionfor

Bradford County. ..


The Queen contestants are tak-

ing with advantage all kinds of of the money-making last weeks Read The Rules ,<' How To Win

Z vA
I hear that the Seniors raised F !. ? \ I

quite a little sum for Elaine Any reader of the Telegraph is J' Each space below represents

Crosby last Saturday with their N 1
eligible to enter this contest, some prominent business firm
"Box Supper". .. This week they're ?
going all out for a dance at 8 and the first three persons sub- .-, i ,w,b or person of this city. Take the

o'clock in the Cafeteria. Be sure )
mitting the correct or nearest +w scrambled letters and arrange
to come t
Tomorrow at the usa (8:00): ) correct answers will be awarded them to spell the firm name

the Juniors are having a "Box big fat turkeys for Thanks h ic tY correctly. Then
Supper" for their candidate, Agnes a brief
Lawson They're going to raffle ing. In order to be fair with our article on the subject "General
off a turkey,so be sure to be in on
it subscribers get their papers t iicnhower's: Most Important

The Sophomores had a Ship- through the mail, no answer Job As I See "
wreck party for Norma Gonzalez T4' exwill
. That raised the funds in her be considered from anyone x > coed 100 words. It is pcrmiss-
cash box quite a little too p x
Sandra Johns and the freshmenhave bu>ing a copy of the Telegraph \ r..a able (to use this advertisement

been raising their income by I in our office before 6 o'clock 4 k. ) or a separate sheet of paper for
bake sales They've had one I
November 20.
Thursday, Winners
your answers will be
every weekend since their cam-
paign started and the folks are
Winners of Turkology I Contests notified by mail and turkeys
still coming back for more .
They are located in front of Slade t in the previous 3 years will be I>rcsentrdIondav: November -
Gas so why not stop by and pick
up some dessert for the family will not be eligible for prizes in 21. The correct solution

the current contest.t t ,,,, to the puzzles will be published

the Senior Class has' in
This year our next issue.
given the honor of Senior Sponsors I
to Marjorie Strickland, Peggy
Johnnie Crews
Hinson Frances

and field the game,Adele with they from their Scholl will special parade escorts. .seats,At across to Homecoming watch. the. .- 3 TURKEYS GIVEN A WA Y. .. Start Now!


The Juniors are busy planningthe
"Miss Bradford" crowning ati
the usa following the game .11

event this year f


Last Monday the girls started
basket ball practice. After two
weeks of hard training, the team j.enashgl! rtevsrzeaola leperyarstmbuspfsemey'reo&ekatrcrrngg
will be chosen and the job of get-
ting ready for the first game
December 10 will begin .

M &osarnlcoienacgdilprtpalafaec. soseurainwsctoreeasteaott
The Student Council has received -
a cheerful little room be-
side the club room at school, for
its headquarters They have ..
cleaned it out and made it a io.'ely
spot The Council hopes to rodgkuroceths yeaclocwhalgnldar natows'vcitsoreyasicenserroytkocomecrgak& 3
get a typewriter all their own now
that they have a place to keepit I ..
The room will also be used I
for small committee meetings .
M dohnwetsecrmnlaee da.rreetkcwaskor '

This week, at the Green Cove
Spring game, the team will observe I ..
"Dad's Night" The i'
father's (or close relatives) will I teta'sfoucacuk tix'ntnseaosratcesto dewirom-esspelgeymjn
sit on the bench and wear their
boy's:" number .
Will see you next week same I w 4I

time, sime place I ..

Brenda Bradford I +\ elsiworacoglontsidn.m nersvso.kn-iroraiceliwnadt! babe&scilsrielsyev 4

Colored. Legion I

Sponsors Program; \ 3 3i

Will Get CharterThe DeSue i t barnasso.oteleesulog sktwarreor&tateotrseragnkers wermljlyasilwei
Robinson Jenkins '
American Legion Post 3H of t
Starke and its Auxiliary held an
Armistice Day program at the t
RJ.F li:.:h school. A colorful'
parade !led bv a Marine, a Sailor dirulgolgin sor.ry.liocensrgj trarmburert&taoensRautlamctskiicgarre&ynenscnnnaucgoeya[
and Soldier of World War II .4
opened the .lav's activities! b. .4
I .4
The .\lI i1ia served dinner from' ..
:2'30 until s pm. at which time avery
Innrossive program was I I 1 mnnebuheltligli.gh.&asuplbattinevrnoecssi'wibgors tati.crfhruuenrovchdr.isce.dtiiraseaop& *
given The guest speaker TIf'I I
R J Williams delivered an in- .
spirin" address! for the occasion .'
All offi'ers and members arevery
rr": .ful and appreciative for I !
the donations, !' and cooperation extended !i r setracyedgrmaore&wds
them by the general public i E 4 Iorrornihbhtocesratyod.
and friends I _ _ _ _ _ _ I
Post U4 will-receive; its permanent :I
Charter on Sunday. Dec : pikerssdessulubpietral sara'eglerga
7 at 3 pm. Commander Bill C
Graham of the Jones-White-Lang-
ford Post 56 will make the presentation !' ..
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The Post: was organized less cc&emoussorvenselonacrfieon gokolwa&rat'datenmsrcoelss dalo'psedketsrtebasrhut.in.gurcefocrgridrs.e
than a year ago Officers are L. I ,
Anne Humes commander: Eddie ;
Burroughs, vice-commander: 4I
Joseph Britt. vice-commander:
Harry Young vice-commander;
teckirufmrodnruane. yret'grileorlvnlacosygs
Clarence DeSue, adjutant: Julius
Royal finance officer: Isaac S. ;
Kellv publicity officerC C. Anders -
rm historian: Louis Kellv
char-1\in, Booker T. Marshall,
service officer: Milton! Davis I so.rroadtowemcn kallneromarftceseygi&ters'etafrrheocadobyulrtgnpd
sergeant! at arms: Eli Graham. Jr. I
and Robert White color bearers.
The Auxiliary was organized last
month by 4th Division I'residpntFannie
Sapp of Gainesville.
Pauline Marshall is the local president

the Charter presentation will be AAAAAAAAAAAAAj

announced soon. ,

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Miss EdvardsVeds l1rsVhite HonoredOn Bride HonoredAt I ---- -- --- -

Joseph B. Lane BirthdayThe Dinner Party Avoid the last minute rush select your Thanksgiving

y home. of Mrs Olin White. Monday night at 7 o'ch. k a'' :M..te ;!. needs today from A & P's Bountiful Stocks attraditionil
Sr. tr.' :.
was of .
r scene a delightful;: -: : of Mrs. S. G. Dtmi.i'k; ,'I itta -

surprise party in honor of her L,.- Sigma Phi honor n

birthday Tuesday afternoon, Nov.. Gray, Jr., recent bi.d* .. ,.Il a

I Gladys Mooty 118.The dining room table was overlaid ,' turkey Seasonal dinner.yellow floweivv ., i A&P
Phone 35 I
r with a lovely white linen used throughout the i ooni.u<

cloth and centered home which
-II- II I I I with a beautiful I were opened i-nstmt-!
white and pink birthday cake top- The guests were served buffet st de

Woman's Club Miss CaldwellIs :A.. ped with birthday candles. The : from the beautifully appointed mn- '
HonoreeAt I cake was surrounded with a wreathof I'! ing table. Individual tables w i.re
x. fern interspersed with white ?-: around the living room and
I II ,1a
Interior Decorator"Interior Lovely ShowerMiss I pompoms and flanked by silver I laming room. OW riees

candelabra holding burning pink i I The honoree was presented( a

Decorating !or the June Caldwell, whose marriage /4' tapers. Sandwiches, coffee and' p'atfr: in her chosen pat."- < :

American Home" was the inspir to Lt. William H. Edwards, / i I I| cake were served to the guests. crana. About 17 mi: i 1't. *

Mrs. C. F. Kep- U. S. A., was an event of Satur I present.
ing talk given by Helping Mrs White to celebrate .
linger of Jacksonville before an enthusiastic day evening, was the inspirationfor the occasion were Mrs. I. P. i I !rhr -

audience Wednesday af a delightful miscellaneous J Shepherd Mrs W. G. Haile. :Mrs.: II i I Birthday Party Nutley Colored '
ternoon of last week at the November shower given Wednesday after- A. F. Sauls. Mrs. H. A. Barton I : Marcal White

meeting of the Women's noon of last week at the Parish Miss Kate Struth, :Mrs.: Florence For Granvil Jones I : and Colored
Hostesses i! and Quartered
louse Church street.
on Wood, and Mrs. J. H. Fields. I 'I f'
Club.Mrs. Granvil Jones son of M' and'Mrs. '
J. W. Kincald, program for the affair were Mrs. Guy Mr. and Mrs. Guy Edwards announce Hostesses for the delightful af-
chairman, introduced Mrs. Kep- Andrews, Mrs. J. R. Chasteen. Jr.. the fair George T. Jones and grandson J I
marriage of their were Mrs. Wilbur Scott, ::Miss
of Mr. and Mrs C. r Priest NAPKINS
linger, who is an outstanding au- Mis. O. J. Phillips, Jr., Mrs. C. R. daughter, Meriam Ruth, to Sgt. Carol White and :Mrs.: Olin White I OLEO 1
celebrated first
I his birthduv anm
J. M. Mrs. RP. .
Mrs. Smith ;
Interior decorating. She Meyers.
thority on I Joseph Bryant Lane. U. S. Air _
with circus Sal
a !
emphasized color harmonies in the Stubbins Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Force, son of Mrs. E. E. II i versary part W _
Eaddyof Jr.BPW
I, urday, Nov 8, in the kimteiK men l
Mrs. J, R. Kite and Mrs J. W. ,
beige, rose or gray asa I Jacksonville
using the I
rooms and late J Meeting building. Pink and blue neutral shade for the floor coy Hitch Randolf Lane. The wedding took j 2 pc
balloons were used to g'I'ethe lb.
Greeting the guests at the door Held
ering. Another point Mrs. Kep- place Wednesday XO12, in MondayThe tent effect. The wallwere 19C
linger stressed was to paint the A-ere Mrs. Chasteen and MrPhillips. Folkston Ga. with Judge Cecil decorated with 01 animals

woodwork and walls the same The receiving line was Conner reading the nuptials. regular monthly meetingof pictures : NO LIMIT
and clowns. The refr 'shment
Mrs.Me'ers the Starke B. P. W. club
composed: of Mrs. Andrews I was \
color. Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Stub. Attending the ceremony were held Monday:: : evening in St. Edward's table was covered with at'I.us\ I \
I -
Nasworthy Mrs.
Mrs. C. H. Edwards, the bride's mother, centered ,
tablecloth with a large =
bins Mrs. Kite and Mrs stitch hall with Mildred -
the business and Miss Sapp
dent, presided over Audrey Carlisle. "
cake topped with a nu-i' \ .go-
meeting. Mrs. Marion Howe, who stood before the fireplace I The former Miss Edwards; is a president, presiding.
round. Mechanical feiiiheels
Chamber of Commerce secretary. I that was banked with magnolia I graduate of BHS and senior Final plans were made for the I JANE > _
was a d on / AmcEt Dnidqus;
and circus Sings't'n' plat > _
I with yellow District meeting to be held in I
has asked the club to participateIn boughs interspersed 1! student nurse at St. Luke's HosI Refreshnnnts; > _
the Santa Claus parade. Dec. pompoms. The mantel was centered I pital, Jacksonville. I Staiko, Nov. 23. For the Christ- the served corners.to the littl'1 gIIl'-t- uul Fltilf _

5th. It was voted to enter a float with a plaque holding burn j Sgt. and Mrs. Lane are taking mas parade to be held Friday I their mothers. __

In the parade with Mrs. T. F. ing yellow tapers. a ten day wedding trip in the West Dec. 5, at 1:30 p.m.. a committee I Fla. Grade A Dressed and
chairman. The refreshment table was over I Loyree Hartman is chairman of
Lar.drum appointed as before reporting to Sgt. Lane'sair I
She will have helping her Mrs. F. laid with an Italian cutwork cloth I 1 force base near Sacramento. was appointed to furnish a float Youth Choir Will Drawn '

F. Stump and Mrs. H. P. Peyton. with an artistic centerpiece of Calif where they will make theirtemporary I this committee with Pauline To- ,: Sing At Prison _

The club also voted to sponsor a yellow chrysanthemums in a silver home. rode and Desta Dyal assisting.The FRYERS E _

pre-Christmas outdoor lighting holder. The centerpiece was flanked club's annual Christmas par- I The Methodist Youth .Ho-! : ?: n4 Mb. Sim Gift N yellow tapers u ty will be at the home of Thelma
tall burning .
Mrs. by Chniih
contest for the town with t:>.? First Methodist PAtKEK $PICY CAKE
Paul Bridges as chairman with silver holders. Pouring Russiantea I Legion AuxiliaryMet Dinkins. Monday Dec. 15, with ('0-1 Starke will sing at th 9 o'd I WK Whole Ih

the help of Mrs. II. C. Ritch and were Mrs. A. J. Dick of Ven- Tuesday hostesses Elizabeth Noegel, Madge I church service at the Prism* Cli.r: !> 53C Spanish Bar
Calif. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Middleton Shirley Pollet and Margaret i I
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. Mrs. Pejton tin a, el at the State Farm Suinl'1! r

social chairman, urged all members \ of the State Farm. Also assisting I The monthly meeting of the: Miller. Entertainment will morning. Nov. 23, it a.inn: 1'',in -

to be present at the December .. in serving were Mrs J. E. I American Legion Auxiliary was be planned by Kate Sheppard and i eJ by Chaplain L. A. Sh :; !1.' : ., ,

club meeting when a delightful Wilson, and Misses Margaret held Tuesday evening with the Della Rosenberg. x I The Methodist Youth Cho.i:: I-
in keeping with the Hose Duncan, Mary Rivers Stub- president, Mrs. Claude Crowson. Delicious J'efreshments're I II reeted by Mrs. Thomas r c; X:,' Ib.

holiday program season will be given. Sins: and Frances Caldwell. I presiding. served by the hostess, Pat Lambe. i iI hell with Mis. Lloyd J. O;:e'-i: i-: BUTTS 69C BLEACH 10C 19C

Mrs. L. A. Canova accompanied Rendering salon music during I Material for comfort 'artleleswas I organist. Billy Weldon 1 is; the I

nt the piano the trio Mrs. W. R. the tea hour, five to six o'clock,, given out by Mrs. Matt Mor- i Guard Dance Nov. 21 I president of the Ch,..;' a hi, ': -

Morse, Mrs. L. F. Dinkins and were Mrs. J. W. Kincaid and Mrs.. i gnu. rehabilitation chairman. Mis. composed of 25 voices I
Herman Orange Hand Pure Pork
Mrs. Lox Green who sang a medley 11. C. Brown at the piano. Audrey limner, of Hialeah. state On Friday :\021., the National Sultana'

of home songs.!; The hostesses presented the I president on tour of the state, Guard will sponsor a dance Dance PostponedThe Ib' I

During the social hour the guests bride-to-be with an electric iron I spoke In Gainesville Wednesday' at the Armory beginning at 9 SAUSAGE 39C I & BEANS13CQukk ]

mid members were invited into as a memento of the occasion. I evening with the following from p.m. Music will be furnished by | State Farm COiln1111J.,>: '. PORK
the lounge!; where refreshmentswere One hundred and fifty guests I Starke attending11'5.: :: T. Toby Dowdy and his Hi Pointers 'j Dame announced! last tt.k ',' ''il

served. The tea table was I: were incited to attend.Homemakers :Mrs.: A. J. Thomas: Jr., Mrs. T. Door prize will be a 1': Ib. turkey : rot.b.. .' held Nov. :2*. Phut! '"- Frozen ChkhenGIZZARDS

. overlaid! with a lace cloth and cen- I !JC. 11.I70H: Jr.. Mrs. :thyme: Ton- hen. ,dime u 11 ho announi o,r rI ri i lit\ ". I

tered with a graceful!: arrangementof Plan I nicy, Mrs. I. E. Clark. Mrs. MihcGithooly t Ib II Sultana Fruit t J-v OZ. ('VNS'

fruits and vegetables in tonesof and :Mrs.: Claude Crowson I i I rI lSC I

yellow and gold centered witha Christmas EventThe Mrs. Claude Crowson.

pumpkin, and interspersed with Homemakers met I Plans were made to have a I COCKTAIL 23
Future Christmas dinner at the Lotion I
and gold leaves. Quick Frozen Headless
yellow pompoms
25 members
arrangements of Thursday. Nov. 13. with Hall, Tuesday. Dec. 16 at 7 o'clock I
Other lovely
was Ib
The meeting
present. with husbands; and children :MSj I II
and I
bronze pompoms S SHRIMP 59C '
the president
magnolia leaves and sprays of red called to order by j I guests. Mrs. T. A. Yawn Jr, is -

berries\ were placed at points of Phoebe Green, and during the chairman in charge. Gifts for UK I, Well the duck season openedthe I and .Judy Casey was glad \M .tPEACHES

Interest in the lounge and audi- business session a deadline was Joy Shop at the Lake City Coral first of the week and regular I hear that Col. D. E. Knight was

torium. set for the payment of chapter Gables and Bay Pines V. A. hospitals hunting season opened Thursdayso able to go for a ride on :Monday: Swifts Jewel ::1 LH. CAN $ lSC

servIces dues: Monday, Dec. 1. were on display at the meeting after being confined for the past
Pouring!; tea at the silver that each girl is to if you miss; some of your favorite I
at either end of the table were It was voted and will bet sent to the hospital seven weeks .Bill Tillfa- on SHORTENING
Mrs. Nasworthy and Mrs. E. K. have a special project for night this week.The clerks and business men around the Cinderella Weekend TV ::1"> ,- 14Clona I
also to be displayedat 2NO. :3{():{ ('VNS
lYirymai.: Mrs. Hogan Smith, meetings and social hour was enjoyed by town the next frock or so you gram in Jax Thursday evening- 1
hostess chairman, was assisted on a Christmas party. purpose the 14 members and one guest. can probably contact them by car- am wondering how hi- mad ",<'
of this project is to show Charles Lawson; Walter A Alvarez ('
the refreshment committee by Homemakers rier pigeon or smoke signals in SWEET PEAS 23C
W. II. Hart, others that the Future WMU Board Makes and Charles night r< i" : box I
Paul Bridges, Mrs. social organi- the Bg: Scrub several of these HEESrn2ulb
is not merely a 95C'II
Hard. ed to the Jax. induction uin;
T. B.
Mrs. F. M. Davis, Mrs. worthwhile one as business men didn't want their I II
R. B. Alvarez. zation, but a Plans For MonthThe on Tuesday and from therethought
Ing and Mrs. names mentioned in this column I
well. they'd be sent to F..r'.
Plans were made for a Christ- ecuthe board of the that they were playing hookey so Jackson. S. C. Cpl. Willnn! I Ocean Spra\ ( ranherr 2-1 I.R L\\S
St. Mark's Dinner Dec. 20 in met the home if you miss them that's where they
Party to be held Baptist W :M: U in
mas Arlen Gay left last Friday !MI
school and community :Monday: evening I are but I do have the names
Lex Green
Launches CanvassThe the USO. The of Mrs. Cam:) Kilmer. N. J. from \\ h.e 12 oz can C I 37C
to this o'clock with 17 membcis of a bunch that left the middle of TREET SAUCE
will be invited at 7:30 41
I he will be sent soon to Ell "pf' ;.n'
Plans for the month the week: Bill and Alyce Graham, I II
congregation of St. Mark'sEpiscopal event, so be looking for future an I present. wife. Mary Sue entered tu! .1 I h 'k.
Dot and Bill
I Powell Buddy and
discussed. De-
and I
church gave a dinner nouncements.! Highlights will be were made sonviiie School of Technoo!( !\' .un
I with In the Lil Bishop and Red and Thelma
Tuseday evening in the parish carols and ness meeting prayer. Thursday: -she will live \\\h:\ h-1 I OZ. PK(.S.
a cake walk Christmas hostess. Aivarez are staying at the Barksdale's A & P :i LB. CAN: PilNhun:; 220
house on Church Ktreet markingthe I by the grandparents the R L. Ri' hai i'
tree. The money: camp at Salt Springs from
beginning of the Every Member a Christmas -- in Jax. Circle 4 of the Met hun- Shortening Pancake
Wed. to Sun., and hear LucilleDa'i I
Canvass. Sixty guests enjoyedthe raised from this occasion will go The Business: and Program it church want to bua secondhand DEXO 15C II MIX 33C
$ is taking care of the Gra- I
W. :M.: U.
occasion. into the chapter: funds. meeting of the Baptist large rug for the mir-ei! \ n
ham children while they are
The speaker's table was centered was held in the Recreational Building you have one please contat': t ',II' I
Jimmie Moore was duel;: i II
with a low arrangement of yellow WCTU NoticeThe Tuseday afternoon at 3 o'clock hunting in Taylor county the first of the members I

pompoms with a similar arrange with 55 members present of the week also in the Big I Frank Landrum is going t > "', : the mantel. A will meet Friday,, Mrs. B. T. Thomas program '
ment centering WCTU Scrub for a week or so are Jewett he had another broken a u:' 01- Devil FoodCAKE 1

burning yellow candle was centered I Nov. 23. at 3 p.m. in the committee chairman for the Daisy Fowler Fogg. Charlie Devlin. Louis Demp- fore he's thru paying oft !h;- <'I"\ -

on the small individual tables room of the Magnolia Hotel circle had charge of the program.Mis. ., j sey, Dr. M. B. Herlong. Harry !!on bet he owes Jlr.mil'101! :: 1I

place around the lounge. of the'ice presidents, :: Princess Fiegeit gave the, I i Houston, B. T. and Susie Thomas, 10 hours boat paddling time: :" MIX' I GRAPE E JELLY
Reports de'otional.Irs.:: S. L. Sparks led I .
Rev R. MacBlaine:: pastorof churches will be | Alma and Laverne Outlaw. D. L. Bennie Starting 8 hours p'!'. i 1i i
from various followed by talks on:
the church, conducted the meeting in prayer ,: I and Selita Thomas, Jack and Clara time "winning prize= nf -t "r, I

and introduced L. F. Chapman, heard and a short Thanksgiving wakened Nigeria Learns of 1'! Hazen. Dr. O L. lIa'nes.Iax- Builders' Open House i..; ;i' ."

who was principal speaker. I program rendered. Love":MiJ.ul. ;:Those M.ithrws.taking Mrs.part Jesse were:'( ': ic Carter. Jr Elizabeth :Noegel any were 1stMrs.h'JOIO':: : \\' 1 11 oz pkg 37C 1 I 14 oz jar 29C

New:some and;: Mrs.: Jas. Chasteen.Mrs. I Jewell :' Billy Noegel, W. S. Melson. Dr. Cowart. 4th-Virgima -
1 :: Alma Hough opened the business ] .- ''
----------------1'1 6th-Mi oImson ; -
Juanita Leslie T
1I the | Seymour Marco, and Charles Din- -
with In
I meeting praper 7th-A B Bik., '
I kins and Frank Landrum. ;
:absence of :Mrs: Lex Green. ::\lr5.1 Traditional Fmt Flavor! Traditionally low Priced! Sweet Juicy I LB lilt..
1 Pat Lambe, Mildred ;?; TVDinkins.
G. McGnff.. Sr. Hew up to At- a.p;
Designed for I I'rank Landrum conducted the ', lanta. Ga. and back on Wednesday (I Hannah P, .' ',
1- -f business meeting. The week of : I GRAPEFRUIT 29cLarge
: Pollet have hi h A & P COFFEE
_. I It i, to attend the showing of the 53 Shirley n
I ". '" { for Foreign
Pontiacs to dealers and attend past week chrochet''gI
IMPORTANTa :Missions: will be held at 2 ..
t p.m'j II the dealers luncheon-the public I cushions) as favors for ih : > v1 \ : : Juicy LB. B t',

I daily except Thursday. Dec. 2 showing of the new Pontiacs will 1: district meeting next Sir >\h\ ra
OCCASIONS ( I :.I t The meeting closed with
\\ p. m. ORANGES 19c
be Dec. 6 Dick and Tom I Don Page was a men.b<-!' < Bean-Fresh!
prayer by Mrs L. D. Hames. I ""''
; 1 .,.! .. I I Smith had a wiener roast in the : cast in an Old Fashioned,! V:,,;. DelightfulBlends P.. "' AEO.A., ri Custom -_ _____.
f' oiitI fOr
) 'f yard last Saturday for. at the .I.ix s 'rI CIRCL!
i evening Saturday night Coifti Ground olden Hipe :3{ Mix
.. I.; ,: ) 'I 4-H Clubs Meet ,i a few neighborhood friends I side Grammar Schoir.! : 'I1.J r.

Priced for ':. N j' i : During Past WeekThe I I Linda Smith who was ten years : by the Dad's Club z '' LI .tEBANANAS 25cHtd
I i'n I I I!i old on o14 had a classroom : out of the story on on. i I' .GOT O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE IOKAI

sixth at Bradford::, birthday and _. ..
I EVERYDAYUSE. grades party Marilyn Hernw cent brides who wa.- "
I "t '......,, I Elementary School held their second ,,I all who was 8 years old on Nov : first big dinner r..if. Emperor :1 ULv25C:
". : 4-H Club meeting of the year I 118 also had a classroom party Stamp (Mrs '...m. J (;' : .

I ,, Tuesdav Thirty- girls were i Buddy Garbett had a birthday the dinner for 30 put-4- i .> .. GRAPES

I --1. 1I present The president. Charlene : Nov. 20. Donna Caines was a i home in Ochlockr.ee, Ga ',' : .,'

I I i Hardy, took charge of the meet- year old Nov. 20 Paul Kauf- i so much chicken pila i that -" SAVI AN IXftA f WITH THE J-il. MCI Ked Turks ::, I.Jt It\(,
j ing. Charlene Dennis and Elizabeth i i rr.arj has a birthday today, Nov. had enough left over to pi't ""me! *
I Fleur de Blanc I Order Your Thanksgiving Turkey NOW! APPLES I 49c
I I ] Prevatt led the girls in the 121. ar.d Tom Longs; birthday will to all the guests to take ht.m. "n.
'I I Prices in this ad effective thru Nov. 22
Smart homemakers choose Royal} Jackson Hand Crafted I 'j 4-H pledge after which Betty Ann!'be Nov. 24th. :\oliaIiddleton's:: j I their lunch the next day and i al.;;jc

Simmons. song leader led the i birthday was last Saturday I to give all the hands on the 'Hr "
China for its rich, distinctive patterns, muted decorator I I I singing. Miss Ross gave out I I. :Sorry to hear Lucille :Mitchell: i enough for their dinner too I CLEANS BLEACHES DEODORIZES DISINFECTS

tones charming table elegance. Highly translucent, i I copies of serving requirements tc i .sn't getting along too well in should laugh that happened i :.

it be the girls who missed getting theirs. 'j Alachua General Hospital where : me at ray first spaghetti chrre
yet so strong; may insured against breakage. In i ii il A
i she has been confined the past i, !and it wasn't funny at the time HALF C
services for 1.I, S or 12. Always in stock at ,
open week '
I II Alice : 'he
i Garden Club see Anderson and Better start locking up GAL J
I fine stores everyw here. ; i I I|I Frances Wadsworth now working house those petty thieves! are CLOROX QUART J7C

i To Meet Monday I in Stumps Pearl Pickering is loose again the J G Holton JUG

5 PC. Place Setting as low as $6.60 The Staike Garden Club willmeet filling in at Alvarez Men's Wear ; home on Cherry street '*a-: ransacked ,

: store while Bill Graham is hunt. :Monday: evening;:; notv -g

I :Monday: e'ening.0\'. 24 in ': ing have you seen Eva Stump's;: missing 'ce;>t food and 1125; fr -

I the Parish House: on Church I Friendship Garden-along side of' :i a child's purse and W.1n-s DROMEDARY

ROBERTS JEWELRY i I street at 7:30: o'clockith :Mrs: I Stump's store?-it sure is beauti 1 day afternoon while Warren \\' ">t.
O. L. Beasley. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid DATESn-4ozPfcg23c 1 A & P FOOD STORE ,
fJ.Iith all those gorgeous!; yellow ler was waiting on a male cusomer
and Mrs. H. P. Pe>ton as hostesses. -I
Your with
Friendly Jeweler"PHONE I chrysanthemums blooming his companion made off
3 PKGS. The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.
enjoying JoAnn Smith's slumber two radios worth about $100

260 STARKE I Mrs. Fred Cobb head of Cobb's: party last Friday night after the Well seems to be all for CRACKER JACK 13C 300 East Call. St.

Ii Florists School in Jacksonville will .
i BHS-St. Augustine game were now see you in the next

('.._ _._ _J_'_ _,_._ _ _._,_._._-S be the guest speaker and will talk:{Barbara Colley, Lavonne Duncan Carolyn ,
on Christmas Decorations. -






II '1'_ '4 I I Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Mrs L. D. Vining was called t to ,I I Methodist Men 1 1I -
I I returned home Thursday of last Atlanta, Ga. last week when her i I I

I week after three weeks' visit with I I. father, Mr. Joiner suffered a Hear Farris Bryant"There I

J I II Ij relatives in Washington, D. C. and i j stroke. He is reported as getting Mills
is an urgent no i tll< Food Market
Baltimore, Md. Mr. Brownlee along as well as can be expected.
V W ..
Christian: laymen in the Cnu' 'hand
V spent two weeks hunting in Maine I Ii Mr. and Mrs. Martin Land and
in society," C. FariiH': \ in-;
C-- IN THE NEWS ji j i and along the Canadian border. I sons will spend the weekend with .
of Ocala: stated Monday e\ '::iry in
Mrs. Delia Drew of Melbourne Mrs. Land's parents Mr and Mrs: .
I an address given at the S'!.II k- 401 Call Street
- ----- Darby Building
the .
-I -I spent weekend with her I Robert Lancaster in Mayo.Mr.
-I Methodist Men's Fillow-
Mr. and :Mrs. Frazier Shaw and daughter, Mrs. Donald IcP..a.e,1 and Mrs "'m. Long and'' Free
Mrs. Eddie Hartmann and I I II per in the Methodist: r-.r, a':IIn Plenty Parking We Deliver/
and family. Carol McRae and Mrs daughter, Dena. of Gainesville .
Mrs. Ovid Bennett and sonrRandy, Mary I
daughter, Debbie, spent Thursdayof I
T. A. Sundem returned to Melbourne Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thedc I hallMr.
last week In Jacksonville. visited Mr. and Mrs.: Edwin Mar- I Bryant who wl:l 1"i"! '
former residentsof I with Mrs. Drew for a short I and son, Ricky and Dr. and Mrs. I
and shall and family
Mr. and Mrs.V.. C. Crocker Speaker of the House u' Rsr! JUICY
daughter, Carolyn of Miami are Starke, in Anthony on Sunday. I visit.Mike ,I Bryant S. Carroll of Jacksonville !I sentatives at the next sesM"n '
spending this week with their uncle Edwin Marshall, Jr. was home on I| Sheppard returned home spent Sunday with Mrs. F. H the Florida legislat". .A t>- -
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. leave from Lackland Air Force last Friday after a six months :I Long and also attended the troduced by Rev. Thoma- < ; :\: -
Miles. base in Texas. business trip in Rhinelander, Wis. !I Methodist Dedication Service. i chell as being an outst"t: : :: ,' -
I Il
II I i for Hercules Powder Co. I Ii [ Everett McKinney, an inspectoi man in the Methodist Chute :' LEMONS 6 FOR 1OC

i Fried Chicken Dinner, School : for the Railroad & Public Utilities I II C. II. Nasworthy. pre.'" ".

I Cafeteria, Wed., Nov 26, $1 & i I I Commission, has returned from a I, the Starke Methodist Mnounc T : ..

ANNOUNCINGTHAT 50e. Starting at 5:30. ten day business trip in Arkansas I'. >d that the projo...t t.. ".., 'a

Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Mooty and I I I Sunday guests of Col. and Mrs; I a church in Guaro Cuba -.'as almost --

sons, Robert and Rickey, of Winter :I i D. E. Knight were Mr. and Mrs: i completed.

Haven were Sunday visitors of the I John Kirby Langford of Lak : The supper was served hla. '.1-.1cf '"> COOKING
Harry Mootys while enroute to Butler and Mrs F. H. Cason and'' Circle 3 of the Stark \\ > (' -

New York where Mrs. W. H. son, F. H. Ca on. Jr. of Lake City I C
VAN'S CAFEIs I I Mooty and children will embark Enjoy Fri.,1 ChiUn Dinner he- I II I Pam Sewell

: for a six months' sojourn in Italy.Mrs. fore Homecoming Game Weil..

W. S. Colson and childrenof I Nov. 26, school (cafeteria $1 & !: Has Birthday Party APPLES 2LBS.FOR I 9

Now Owned and Operated By Orange Park spent the early ::50('. i I I
Little Pam Sewell tvhbnvuher ]
part of the week with Dr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Gene N'oegel were

Lemuel Colson while Mr- Colson in Miami lat week where they, I I first birthday ilnnt'Y'ln'I .

RALPH YARBRAYQUALITY i was in South Florida on business. attended the wedding of Janet i iI Saturday afternoon when'. .., !ls""
mother, Mrs. Ct-jil -
I Mrs. Carl Bauer and children of I I Ashley to Norman Lancaster. I I ov e <
I, I tained ten of her littft friend
Ga. the :
: Brunswick. are visiting Janelle Dawkins of Jacksonville '
FOOD REASONABLE. PRICES Sam Andersons for ten days. will spend the weekend with her i i A yellow and white ('oo!' ,nm- ,; FRESH GROUND
was carried out in the t\\< \\ : -
C. G. Arendell of Orlando is grandparents Mr. and Mrs. W. 11.1 I
I I visiting his sister, Mrs. O. L. Haynes Nollman. Janelle's parents. rr'l'table decorations and re'M1ments : -

Your Patronage Will Be AppreciatedLocated I this week. and Mrs. Crosby Dawkins, will :!' Favors of party horn. id.,
__ Mrs J. E. Futch has returned to pin her on Sunday at the Nollmans. I'I ba'kcts of candy were pa.ithe !
I '
after ntieM! LB.39C
the II L., Brownlee home after I,, youngsters Hamburger
Next To Bus Station N. Temple Ave.- I three weeks''isit in Williston. Mrs. S. T. Benton and son. Bob I of ice cream and birthd.n tin... /,
I I Mo'ingpictll1'tS were t.t i:
Miss Jane Palmer of JaCkson-I'' by, arc !spending ten days with] ,
the in memento of tb'
ville\ spent the weekend Mrs. Benton's Daughter and family; I I party

.-- dell Landrum.Mr in Claxton Ga. i Ii sion. -

and Mrs. R. F. Young are Mrs. Jim Brown Godwin and son i i CO-CHEM

in Ocala visiting Mrs. Young's Jimmy, of the State Farm are !; Chas. Fields Heads

THEATRESTARKE mother who is seriously ill. visiting Mrs. Godwin's mother, I Adults
Mrs Marian Howe and son. Mrs. Robbie Shaller from Wednes I

Eugene spent the weekend inGieenville day to Sunday while Mr. Godwin is i !I Charles! Fields \\a.. i 1 i., t. : .

S. visiting Mr. andMis. hunting in the Scrub. 'I i ident of the Young Adult : ; QTS.
Dedicated To Community Service Raymond Howe Jr. and their Mr. and Mrs. Denver Derrick" I First Methodist Church it>i Si.,- ,. STARCH 2 29CFOREMOST

"Mo\les Are Better Than E\er" new baby son, David Paul. and children were visiting! friends at the annual election hd!
in Hawthorn on Sunday. I day, Nov. 9. Other of IK.I i I ,<
Miss Eleanor' Hall of T.ill ihnsee -
If you find jour name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad ,
Mr. and Mrs Don Page spent : ed wi-ie C. K. James \i I'' ':in.
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat. was the weekend gut'st of Mi I .. ',.
and Mrs H A Lawson the weekend in Jacksonville visiting dent, and Mrs. J. M.: ( "!II -
I M. L. I : ; \\ 1.
Mrs Page.Mr. secretarytreasurer.In
Mr. and
., Nov. 22 ONLY Tues., Wed. :Nov. 23. 26 -
and Mrs. E. L. Middleton ol Blair is the teacher ot ttv \-iinji;
I Jacksonville were Sunday guests Adult Class with Le.Mie! T.i!1. .:- ,I",

t"nf5" Charles"Buffs Eye -- > It's t I I of Dr. and Mrs W. E. MiddMon. associate teacher.Mr. .
?; STAR ETT every I The Middletons also had as recent : Fields was also dci t. ''t! -

\ .t /I'eY"BunArtist"I woman'spicture ByIISlOrty" guests Mr and Mr. E. L president of the Gainesville :' ih- LB.
I ; District Young Adults at t ilivembeT :i' :N OLEO
BURNETTE !' Howling JacksonvilleM.L 19CSUNSHINE
meeting held in t :t i 1-.1
"a J'ft".. THE KID FROMAMARILLO -..: i ;! KINDS THE OITirE TKLEC.KAl'II SITI'LIESAT ; : Methodist Church of cun; ."- 1"

I Nov. 18. Ho succeeds c'hcl.!
W. M. Andrews of
:;t y ;Mr. and Mrs. '
.... .. A Lippert Pictures Presentation oveihc Parker who is moving -'" ''Il "
M>t*cuss. town M*. "?- R1 Oznrk. Ala spent four days -- ..
fiMKM.)faMI Cut frntM r,b|kiu. .. \ their and Daytona Beach. -
I weekend visiting son
This "I'opIon Top Eye -
AND family WO and Mrs. R. J. An I i
and 'I. lh'.t World New dies and Mr. and Mrs R. O Beta Sigma Phi

i Pan: "bv. W 0 Andrews left Sunday !
Tom Brown'sSchooldays I will)) !hays 1 LB. PKG.
I K. G. DUNCAN for the Bethseda Hospital in I Beta Sigma Phi Krispy Crackers 19c
_,_ I Mainland for further treatment us! at Ketone Inn Mi.ndi\t t L: :.
6 a week with his Nov. 24. Members are to uiaK-
Thur., Fri. Nov. 27. 28i : 'How soon's that blonde ,after family.spending I reservations with Martha Yam.\ -

>m coming back I Mis. Anne Belle Streat and by Friday. (Please met i at B-f-t
I II Mrs. Paul Wilhelm of Miami were Deas' home. '
! Plus "Fox and Grapes" Cartoon THEand weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs I Mr-c-B. Williams of
t I' You rfon't have to be a blonde Mr. and
also Serial TURNINGPOINT I Steve Simmons.Mr. Lake City were Sunday guests: of ...
to get top sen ice here, we'll Chambliss I ,. '" .
and Mrs. Carl Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Danaby.OTICI. ... .. / I M\i J;
:\MERTON. CLARK t give good service regardless of and sons and Miss Ruby Fugate ol "" :.:.,... \ : -. 3 3t
the color of hair. guests) 10r!'Tree '. I' vA L.. *, -
jour I Jacksonville were Sunday I. !\ ;,;. .. ", ,
Sun., :Mon. Nov. 23. 21 1 ttarriitf 1 of Mr. and Mrs Charles Darby.Mr rii-rult ('"iirt, llrndfortl (' unj : .c'."X'i J <;. >.. h, ; '
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Free !, /" r..L.\:.....- :'' Free !, i I, Leo drews.Mural Moorer Sr.Gardner, Mr., and Mr.Mis.and Men Mrs i!. !I.weeks once This each in notice the week ETadford shall for four be Countv'n..lltl\puMKhcrt Tale] SHOP HERE AND SAVE MONEY -- WE BRING

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\'; Col. and Mrs II. C. Wall I Community Offering \ 4

The! Smiths stayed overnight and The Christmas :\ Shoot SparksMechanical I 4 4

... :weekend.Mrs Wilson remained over the i Z I Club Plan : Tractor 98c i Drums 29c up 4

... :Mrs: A. M Sit-g recently returned I 1 ,
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FREEZER i and Mr!'. W. G Haile and attended i | Christmas (lift Hujinjj!i ;

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"'" i Toomey. and attended services ai 1 ..E USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLANt I

I the First Methodist church. 1

WINKLER son of Rutledge, Ga. visited Mr, "The Friendly Rank in the t
and Mrs. W. G. Haile on Tuesday, I Friendly Community" 1 Koch Drug Store

"'" I Dr. R. D. Hamilton attended II

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funeral Monday of Mrs. Etta Mary Catherine Wadsworth of : J R. and H. B Kelly killed hog F 'Red Ball Express'Exciting

HAMPTONby Brannen, cousin of :Mr. Brannen's, Gainesville spent the week with LAWTEY BAYLESS HMAY\ Monday and Floyd Crosby killed g War Story
at Lake Butler. Mrs. Brannen Wednesday. They both made some t
her grandmother, Mrs. Wallace At Park
native of Bradford Countyand delicious : and, lots of lard. Sunday"Red
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had lived in Lake Butler for Collins and husband. On Sunday, I Everyone had a lovely time. p o y.
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11 years. her parents, Mr. and :Mrs.: Gordon Its a boy for Mr. and Mrs p
the Park Theatre .
this Sin _
Miss Dorothy Ross, Home Dem- Mr. and Mrs J. G. Adkins, Mr. Wadsworth were dinner guests The Lawtey Junior High Basket The revIval at Bayles.. HIghway Horace ICnowles. He was born : _

onstration Agent of Starke was and Mrs. C. R. Richard spent the of :Mr.: and Mrs. Collins and ac- Ball team met Starke Junior I ended Sunday night after two last Friday at Doctor's Clinic. He *my o Monday. is described as a _

in town Thursday to conduct the weekend in Cedar Keys, as the weeks. The pastor Rev. Karnes, : has been named Horace Ronnie A S. saga of a hastily orgam i v.
companied Mary Catherine hone.Mrs. High team on the Lawtey court
4-H Girls Club. Officers for the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wadly.Mr conducted the revival. Good Mrs. Knowles will be remembered War II unit of the Am ':
and Mrs. Hurdle of Keystone William Maxwell shoppedin / last Thursday afternoon. The : here as Lucille Thomas.
coming year were elected. President I crowds attended every service and portation Corps which n:"
Joyce Beale; Vice-President, Heights called oil Mrs. Jessie Jacksonville Monday. Lawtey boys won the game by five every one received a blessing from Mrs William Croband Mrs Last: T'.ursdav! tl!:.> Future: plies and badly needed an I;

Emajean Hall; Secretary, Martha Chastain Saturday. | Our General Post :Master H. B. points but coach Ingram says his attending. Baptism will be heldat Theressa Crosby attended the 'Farmers; received: a free tractorleTonstriticn to General Patton's ar n\ '.

Sue BrookinS; Song leaders, Ruth I Mrs. Buddie Bender and chilI Wiggins who has held this position boys needed much more practice to the church Sunday night. Don't shower given i m honor of Mis II from the Ailis front-line breakthrov I.I i I.
I and Preston for 11 9 months Vesta at the homo ((Chalmers tractor dealer in Starkele .
Perry and Audrey Raley. dren of Orange Heights years will scheduled. forget Sunday school every Sunday Mjnck of Mrs
1 meet the teams he has I I "Red Ball" in 'o.ld i
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Firgensand Nettles of Earleton were Sun- retire Dee 1, 1952, and will be I at 10 and church at 11 o'clock. Fate Brown Thursday 'I was demonstrating an A. C !
daughter of Suring, Wisconsin, day guests of Mr. and Mrs. succeeded by his daughter, Mrs. Candidates for the City electionare 1 B. T. U. at 6:30 and preaching at model and the members enjoyed I means top priority k' pip'! : ..

are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Raleigh Brannen Mary Williams.J. slow to qualify this year with I 7:30.: Everyone is welcome to attend i' Cary Grant Hot Rods, and appreciated it very much. I Chandler is seen as a your_

Halek. Mrs. Jessie Chastain and sister, W. Home was painfully injured three places on the council and no these services. Last Thursday; ng..t the follow- (i I: tenant assigned to orgy
Wears Crew
Miss Jean Parker of Gainesville Mrs. Maude Andrews of Starke, one day last week when he candidates as yet and the time for We were very sorry to hear of ii]rig boys were initiated for the i I: group of former truck .: II

spent the weekend at her home visited their sister, Mrs. J. L. fell across the picket fend: at his qualifying ends at noon tomorrow the serious illness of Harvey Ed In Florida Film J:Chapter Farmer Degree: RockyJarner :I "red ball" a fleet of trucks \

here and with her mother, Mrs. Chancey and husband at Palatka home. (Saturday). Dempsey Hutchisonhas wards. son of :Mrs.: A, G. Karnes.i James Starling, Vernon I i I .
the front lines into Gen '
Hershel Parker and sister Doris, Sunday. Among the Sunday guests of qualified for Marshall L. H i is confined to Daniel Unit in : Gary Grant -ubmits to everything ]rest on. and Owen Alvarez. Two

visited Mr. Parker who is em- Carlton Chastain was In Tallahassee Mr. and :Mrs. D. W. Swindell were Futch and 0 J. Anders have qual- Jacksonville. Mr:: and Mrs. Elton I from an ordeal by roller Green Hands were also initiated. : cupied territory where I l' ,

ployed in Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. Sunday. Bunie Broughlon and daughter of ified to succeed themselve as Clerk Sapp and Mrs. Karnes visited him !1 skates to a newfangled "flat-top" We are about ready to plant tanks are bogged down bo.

and Mrs. Matchett, and crew haircut in his latest corned our fall crops, which will consist lack of fuel.
Joe Werner of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Graham and :Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mayor respectively.Mrs. Saturday night.

Lake Geneva were recent guestsof son, Wayne and daughter, Barbara, I F. F. Dorman or Jackson- Mrs Lee Mercury:: Texas is i "Monkey Business", showing at mostly of greens. I As his sergeant, th > h.' "'

Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Halek. spent the weekend in Plant City Cox.Mrs.. Ena Nazworth was shopping ville spent Tuesday here with her spending some time with her son- I the Florida Theatre Sunday and I_ I is assigned a bitter your!

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Firgensand the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Day in Starke Friday daughter :Mrs.: B. E. Reddish.The in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs Monday. : s iti- disappears, he gets a flashy I who has fought with the

daughter and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs Morrow, sister of Mr. Bruce Roark has received word Dock Wainwright family of A. C. Ellis. Mrs Ellis entertainedwith I For his role of a scientist who utomobile and has his hair crop- ant all through their' e\".1'> -*

Wesley Halek were shopping in Matchett.Mr. that his brother, Frank Roark, Jacksonville were visiting the a birthday dinner honoringher :' accidentally discovers a reversionp ed flat on top m the approved as truck jockeys 'I' fCI i, i

Gainesville Saturday. and Mrs. J. W. Home and Steve Starling family during the mother Sunday. 1: to-youth formula and is tempted c ollege sh ,e. tinues in the serf( r;?: 1 ,
who has been stationeJ in Germany .I
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale of I has been discharged and weekend. Mildred Howard and Mr Payne : to sample it, Gary was required' Gary t ;: .I :: ter of only when the offi s.t" i
business callers in Jacksonville Starke spent the week in South: I from Alabama were visiting :Mr.: i| to undergo a number of laugh- c omeih :and "MorkP UMIU\SS" is: life of the sergeant as thl: '
I arrived at hU hcma in West Jefferson Friends of :Mrs: L. H. Hill will I
Saturday evening. Carolina. Mrs. Mary Williams and Mrs Fred Haislop Saturday provoking stunts. He felt it waa aId ti }b, i 1'b: :< 1,1'- t. their wav through l a '
N. C., Nov H. I be interested to know that she is
Mrs. Jessie Mae Cooper and had charge of Hcrne's store. I enroute to Silver Springs.Mr. i I worth it, however, for this picture d]arc F'\! t ,ll C: l err
daughter, Mary Lou, have returned Mrs. W. A. Saxon entertained Mr. and Mrs. "'m. Hammondhad I doing nicely after an automobile :: and Mrs. Thurman Jones gives him the chance to appeal -
as their Sunday dinner guests.Mr. accident on Xov 4 in Fort :Myers: ,
from Mobile, Ala. where the with two of Hollywood's outstan'lI 1- -
Saturday afternoon honoring and children and :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Ed-
she visited her husband, H. D. and Mrs. J. E. Hammond, son, where she is teaching. I i ing blondes Ginger Rogers aId i
5th birthday of her son, Billy. I die Norman were visiting relativesin I 1ThE 6HrPoWE
Chester Searle of Starke Rt. I, I Wall of Starke was a .
Cooper, who is stationed there in Games were played and delicious J. E. Brooker Sunday. i Marilyn Monroe. teDAMt'L I
and Ellen Searle of Gainesville.Mrs. I last
I business visitor in Lawtey
the Merchant Marines. I
ice cream, cake and punch were Our entire community was sad- After drinking this 'elixer ",
Mr. and Mrs. Horace May and served to 18 of Billy's friends. Mamie :Meade: who has :I Friday. I dened by the death of Tom Moore youth" Gary goes on a !'():rp \\r-i! :

Mr. and Mrs C. A. Cox were Mrs. II. B. Wiggins, daughter been spending sometime at the I Mr. and Mrs J. O. Pons and Sunday morning. We all knew and his boss's secretary, take> to roll l! : OO.!

among those that attended the Mrs. George Williams and son home of her daughter, Mrs. Ennis daughters are the guests of :Mrs.: I'I respected Uncle Tom as he was skating. hotrod racing, and fr! i

funeral of Willis Gilliard at Howell were in Jacksonville Sat- Skinner and family in Cocoa, Ton's parents, Mr. andJrs.. I I affectionately known to everyone. 'tic jittt'ibugging: He suddt i,1' ,. .,..

Theressa Sunday. urday afternoon. arrived home Saturday night accompanied -i Bryant Reddish. The Pons family Sympathy: is Mended' to his sees without his glasses. hIs hiThanksgiving: '

Mrs. H. B. Wiggins and daugh- Mrs Theo Simmons and daughter by :Mr.: Skinner. I has just returned to the States n. _.

ter, Mrs. George Williams were in Carolyn of Jacksonville spent The W. M U. met at the First i from Germany where he has been w

Starke Monday afternoon the weekend at the M. L. Walter- Baptist Church Thursday evening, : stationed for the past t\ventv-t\\ \4 Best .-

Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen son home. November 13. At this time they months, serving in the I'm'-1! l lI lI lfayHfJl11e .. """It
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I I| The following Hampton people sponsored a Stork Shower for :Mrs.: i States Army. Mrs. Tons and < t h.<:! :.: '"
I;IMut To.Rrlitf't ft 5 attended a fish fry at Lakeview R. C. Gray. Mrs.:: Dan Johnson 1! dien joined her husband the'
'} o1G Beach on Santa Fe Lake Saturdayof and Mrs. George Williams were : January. "' --,,"
: 1IJ. last week. Mr. and :Mrs. hostesses. Seventeen<< were present ,1 Mr and :Mrs: W E. Lnu.rx. I"> '

Raleigh Brannen and children, 'visiting relatives in Vienna- (Ci.i; 1

666DDID Ardel Brannen, Rothelle Jones, Miss:: Joan Sweeney of Game.-- I this week.

Tracy Jones, Norma Jones ten. vine spent the weekend with her :Mr.: and Mrs. G. W. Rob,.!tt -

em TAILRS'SAM!FAST RELIEF Mr. and Mrs Emory (Topsy :sister! Connie. were in Hastings last Sum,!:u t ti i''I II t -- rt p t k kh

i attend the marriage of lh'n! -,, #4 ,: ,t psi 1 1 .

; George and Miss Nancy W\T -______A-.f- ---'!-I t
The wedding was attended b-

1 >K many other Lawtey people I
>t 'II Mr. and :Mrs.: J. O Tons were I i

I attending to business in Tallahassee .1 I.1I 1trI s..61b .
Tuesday of this week. I kw
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I )Jrs. C. R Crews entertained ill I l!
THE ROYALTY LINE honor of her youngest daughter

I Vera, at an outdoor party Tins-1 You the of 8 '
day. afternoon. Nov. 11. Afiei l lh get right one
several games were placed. tru
x. young guests went into the dinillroom n', DKr In nd ,' ".1JRif.I, "" tru. k

for refl'e>:.hments. Mic W Gv.e assure { M von P' sum to get tho ri>lit
yourself of a safe, early arrival Y .
I Crews was :assisted in serving bI \ engine for your hauling Jolt.l

I her niece, Miss Alma Crews fo- your Thanksgiving visit yc \ ou get all the power you nerd!
Greyhound will take in
you relaxed
Enjoying this occasion with Ven in a liigh-compression engineI
I comfort and
.r / I were Billie Andrews, Ronnie am money on every scenic mile you 1 I f p I f / designedfortopeconomy.l From
Donnie McSwain, Annie Lee Crews engine to rear axle, a Dodge

Qieu-7? I Wayne Crews Carolyn Crews S S truck is "Jab-Rated" for t the

I Archie Crews, Buddie Devmej E kind of perfornuiin e th.it will
j Donald Thomas, Jay Starling
save \ou
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t 'Barbara Starling Mitchell Starting For r"dA I money. tome //> Torso 1
: Lorraine Priest Dinan Van GREYHOUND BUS STATION 5eryi e ro ugh creyh"r
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et failed to send my news last !> >>k )

f arm ? was too busy getting ready( t hi> x>
(3- eve to Kentucky to bring n.:\ ;pinin1-!+t ;,

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able to take care of themee'veso : ; N Special USIV@ a va tages.
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we have a small hospital prices. .
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I for much news until I get raiiyttup i Y au cl eserve '
with my work or soTeth-n! of I S'IP' in and i
real importance happens: then I I ( hl'fpll'1. 'I'f Ollr deal nn a !
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and dad get in better health than: : I' ,I

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I understand there was a large 4 !
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c ii : crowd out for church Sunday _

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decorating icheme. Available with pe-- really preached a good sermon HI .' i ::
Her e s why. .Zenith l is wally designed marching' base(foi shown) .
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In Clrrnlt Court Bradford CoamtJ; ....::1 _
.Florida In Cbanrery.Ironlus r
Bielmkas. Plaintiff, vs.
Klena IHeliuka Defendant fie" r
Case N" 3439:;
Notice. To Appear.To .
: Elena Mieliukas. whose residence +
and address is: Unknown 1.
You are hereby notified that a

suit Divorcehas for been filed against you In the 'VflflTRAI

above named Court and cause and
you ae required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading to the 1:
complaint on the Plaintiffs 1
Attorney, T. Frank Landrum Li
Starke Florida,
and file the original in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court onor .
before the I I 1r
1 day of December, 1332.: ; I, IuuAurILl
otherwise the allegations *>f said
Complaint will be taken as confessed -|
by you. l
This notice shall be publishedonce i| s
each week for four consecutive .
weeks In the Ltadford County r .
graph Tele-I
Dated this 21 day of October .
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas 1 1 1
Clerk ol the Circuit Court |
lly Marian 1.,. Crosby. Deputy Clerk i. 1/
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Circuit NOTICE In Court(''TO'aa.'r Bradford APPKt"IB ,.. l'ouaty.Fiurldat .I, 1 p r

Klva Townsend Jones, Plaintiff vs.I 8:00

Clifford Notice To R Appear.To Jones.. Defendant.'Case. Xo. 3.61 Tonight Friday.. : S

Clifford H. Jones whose residence '
and address I. 1500 BUjck' sic
West Grace Street Uichmond, \ir-i fal
' glnla.' I
You are hereby notified that a :
suit for ,
Divorce and restoration of f

has maiden been filed name against you In the I BRADFORD PARK
above named Court and cause and
you are required to serve a copy ot I.
your answer or pleading to the
complaint on the Plaintiff" ,
Attorney Zach H. Douglas. 50a:
Lynch Building Jacksonville,
and file the original In the officeof
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the
1 day of December 19i:!;
otherwise the allegation' of said
Complaint wilt bot taken as confessed -

This by notice you shall be publishedonce
each week for four consecutive -

Telt'grai weeks In the Bradford County 195..I Tornadoes Green Cove

Dated this 30 day of October :; j
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Spgs.Adults
Clerk of the Circuit Court. | vs.
Dy Marian U Crosby Deputy Clerk I
-- 10/:11: 4t l1n: I

BTbrtrrn Highlit Judicial I'urt Circuit.ol Florida.In And! -

rrry.In For ,llradford County. In Chan-

reo; Adoption of Mar> FrancesFranklin
an infant '

T' Jean Franklin:.MITH'K Residence l"n-, $$1.00 School Students 50c

k'you nwn.are hereby notified that a High Elementary School Students 25c

petition has been filed in the abu\'e'
styled Court by James Deluert Casey
and wife, Jewel Casey, for the adop-
tion of Mary Frances Franklin, a
minor by said petitioners, and you
are required to serve a copy of your n TI11nn/1T1Tf ITiTYY1Yn1YY1Rn11TI1Fnn1Y11'Il'Tin/1mInlYlYmmIr1YYYYYT1Y1Y
why said petition fchould ; E
granted, on the attorneys for
loners Cross and Hawes. : P..tI-1

file liuildin the original. Gainesville in the.office Florida of the *
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-j i
fore the 17th day of December. 195! !.,
Herein Fail Not, or a Decree Pro,! 1
Confesxo will be entered against j
you. ,
Witness my hand and seal of said t
Court in Starke. Florida, this II 3

day(OFFICIAL of November SKAL as, Clerk 1952.A.; Circuit J.of Thomas the Court said i(' !>* SEPTEMBER 19 Starke 19 -- Leesburg 0 r Fi OCTOBER 31 Starke 37 -. Macclennv 13 3

fros* and Hawes, Attorneys for, >

}vile'..t Itlo'.rs Florida.. Miller 1" i1dinK. tialnes-i: 'I I + SEPTEMBER 25 Starke 13 Seabreeze NOVEMBER 6 Starke j

11 i 41 It !R r -- 7 { 32 -- St. Leo 0


I'lorldai In Circuit sOTICIT(1: In Court A Cbaneery.Narguerite llardison, Bradford APPKIR.. Plaintiff.County |'. 1 K- OCTOBER 3 Starke 6 -- Palatka 12 NOVEMBER 14 Starke 7 -- Ketterlinus 20 \

\!c. Willie Alton Hardis.m. ivfend-

ant.> : Willie To Appear.To Alton' Hanlison Case No., whose 9171nllcr I. >> OCTOBER 10 r r Starke 6 -- P.K.Yonse20Starke UTS NOVEMBER 21 GREEN COVE SPRINGS HERE 1

re.d"noe Is ( :uolnn.LI'h.! : North
Carolina. and whose address is > a. + '
l>r W. M. liar.llson, Ttox 51i s, 'aioIhiA. 1
+You. Beach: are hereby North; notified Carolina that a I 1 OCTOBER 17 28 -- N. Smyrna Beach 611U111Ul1UlW1UWUl1WUllUII1UU111UU1UIUUUUUU1. NOVEMBER 26 LAKE BUTLER HERE

suit for
Divorce custody nf minor f.
child and ratification of separation -
agreement ...............
has been filed against you In the .......... ........AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACompliments
above named Cour' and cause and
you are required to serve a copy of
jour answer or pleading to the
i-nplalnt on the Plaintiff's
Attorney Zarh; II Douglas itO:;
Lynch P.uilJmg, Jacksonville,

and Florida.file the original in the officeof -,." ,,..,. I 1 ,,. ,. ,.. ... ." ." 'I, ,.,., ,_ .. _.. ... .. .. '1"1" " '" ." .1_
the Clerk of the Circuit Courton

or 8 day before of the December, 19.3! of Everybory Out For Toni. {ht's C'ame.Lawson' t. Onward, Tornadoes! Best Wishes From
otherwise the allegations of said
Complaint by you.will be taken as confessed s Market & Cold Storage PURE SERVICE STORE Edwards Grocery & Market

This notice shall be publishedonce DOWLING MOTOR SALES
JSeo the Tornados beat-but eat l..aw on'sleaH!
each wehk for four consecutiveweeks !'. S. 301 at Road 100 I
In the Bradford County Telegraph \\'i Mile South of Starke on 1'. S, ::101"I

listed this 6 diy of November I "I ,,- ,,. ,, ,. .1".1',..._________ ..__ .eeee.NNeeN.NIW I" .____________________.,.... ..__
(OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas. ,,- 1 ,. ,.._ .. ., ,. .,., .
Clerk of the Circuit Court. 'e ei1 _" ,__ ,, ., .."."..".._____._.f..NfN.fN_
By Marian L, Crosby Deputy Clerk. See You At Bradford Park
11 1 U 11:8 i iI I Tonight Electric Service & Supply ]legit WMics to the Team Mow 'Em Down Tornadoes

NOTICE. -TO APPKUt I I II I E. T. Shull Plumbing & Heating J. 1.. KITE, OwnerLet's Starke Radio & Television Service C. H. DRIGGERS

1. Circuit (...rt. Bradford ('o..t,.
FUrldai In Canncrrr. Phone lit
Paul Parker. Plaintiff vs. Oravce; Support the Tornadoes Jstarke! Florida 1'urniturf ('011111:101:

B, Parker, Defendant Casa No !In r* i '_ 1_ ." ,. '" .._ ,. VfeNeeee,_ _____eNeNeNnfleS. MMMeeeMNeee
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.Softer TH .Appear.T .

>'. Grayct 1?, Parker whoseresidence I' . ,. ,. ,. .. .
I and address is 854oita .e esneenVe.Nppeeee ." ,...,._" ,., ".".
Place.Vnice.. California
suit You for are hereby notified that a Best Wishes OfDUCKY'S Closed Tonight we've gone to the Game! It's A Pleasure to Back the Tornadoes A Good Twiin Like the Tornadoes

Ditorre, i-ustciily i>f minor child
and ratification of Seprtration'Agreement ANDREWS MOTOR CO. GUIDON GRILL Deserve) Your Support
has been filed against! yoa tn the
above' named Court and cause and i Tlione 118 Starko George:: Kop '1ouao! BARKSDALE'SBe

you are required to serve a copy of ;, ,.
your answer nr pleadlni tn thecomplaint 1 I' 'I 4. I'" '" ..,,Lee-. I" ,. .. ,.Ne__N efefeNINWfWrNrNVN
on the Plaintiff's!
.Attorn',". Zaoh II Duusl-is." 503Lynch :;,, .
Hu; 1I00i nt::. Jirks.ms...i' I I I ,_ ,.. __' -'" ,_____ NeeeeNeaNeeeeN_ ,. ." ." ,__eeeeSSSSSSSSSCNNNS
nnd file the original: In the office oft present tonight to cheer our boys t8 Go Get 'Em Tornadoes
or h\>before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on Support the Tornadoes with your presence Compliments! of

S day cf December 195:;:. Victory Starke Builders SuppliesFarm
otherwise the allegation "f said
Complaint bv you.will be taken as confessed Home & Auto Supply' SANDERS WATCH SHOP Carl Johns NEW METHOD CLEANERS

This notice shall be published : ,. ., ,. ,., .
once each week for four con"eiTjtiveweeks rot.M.n,. .eaenaanne,-Nens..N ,
-eefeN e---
In the Bradford County Tele- .Iwe.VNNNNNw.I.N.NN.INeeeleee Lee ele Neese Nee aeeW

graph.Dated this ( thy '>f N." >\. 'lIh..r "1' _I' ,,. "I ,.,. ,,. _. MN _
Neefee.SeeeeeneeeefNNLffl __ _
1932: : Nee eeeN.Ileee Ill fII II eel elele
(OFFICIAL SRAM A J Thomas. We're Behind You Tornadoes!
Clerk of the Circuit. Court Best Wishes i From Come on out and boot our team "voru 11:Ii.::\IL1' JKVVELKU; "
1_' Marian L. Crosby D.>pu'v irk! '
Western Auto Associate Store
Charley I E. Johns Agency ROBERTS JEWELRY

M TICK TO PPKIIV Sales & St'nict'J.. -
F. Jaudon
Circuit ..art. IlrnJ'ord CoonljFUrldai -, We're Proud To Be Tornado Bookers!
la Chaurery.Jlntea _" "NNN ee ee e--e'ee.e.ee.eeeN .I' ..e
Uixhfoid Plin' f x- e'MI e.eNeeN eeeNNLM/NNN.eNep .'.'#1'.'.....,...N.Leleleei
':ra' Itodiford.\ O'Pt., '
,'"s"., \ 4Kllcc .. ,.." .I
\.. Tn .Appear Nee see a ene.e a ee see l e e napes pe.NeM. ,
11 "--p- --------------- ------
To: Grace I U<.. hl"I.I "I! -s'- Compliments of STARKE MOTOR COURT
t ., Brine ;Home the Bacon
> < niand. ad.li.-v 'IH jn.1 \\ ,1I'.rooklyn. ;: Boys!

You are hereby f'W.rk notif'-J, ;hnt! afail S. R. JOHNS GROCERY CI'Y AX1M5EWS: Best Wishes From
Divorce custody. <-.ti;' ': :snd
support of minor child | We're Tornado Tain! Starke's Leading :Motor Court H. C. WALL AGENCYAll
Starke, Florida
has been filed against you in the
above named Court and cause and ,. ..
1' # Kinds of Insurance
you are required to serve a copy of ," ,..., eNLNee-- .NNee- All
jour; answer or pleading to the.<
complaint on the Plaintiffs ,.,
Attorney. T Frank Landrui'. I I'" N_.IN.eleeeel el eef aeeee _" ,,___________._ _______I_Beef e e
Stark Florida.
and file the original :in the office Best Wishes Team Let's Fill the Stands for Tonight's Game
,.f the Clerk of the Circuit Court'on Compliments of

or before day of theIS December US: :. Winkler Electric Service See You At The GameFRIDAY.

otherwise Complaint the will allegations be taken as of COIl-said I I'I SLADE GAS COMPANY Florida Power & Light Co.

f""lIl'd by you. : Hot Point Appliance

This each notice week shall for four'a consecutivet Publlalle'onrt .." ,. ,,. ,.,
-- e'e NeeNee.NNeNN.NNNe NII N e1seen Sf.t---' ---------
w eekaln the Bradford County Tcl- |
Dated this I! day >f November",
1 95! !
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A J Tnoiaas. !
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dr Marian L. Crosby. Deputy' I -
r.l..rk'l -
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'' Tuesday Nov. 11. in the club -. dal Ii.1 "i'<'mh -r. 1""'-.. 1w1Txi':: S n'\ hand .1"\1 .f'. ..i. 'rb. it I'| ; ,'pI' ? I..: .j 1 l h.| '\l1'IT: ui'iiKi.iir.u 'n"ln, I ,,
house. Routine business was dis- 'I rn-.. II.. allegatMiis of aid .-, .tl I .it Si.uKi' Hr..tr..ro\. \ ,'.untv .<...'. -f "'I .l ,!.tI'I d I -lI.l:1:: t,. ti' pi P11"helot. 1 \ HI
i* 'np'a.n;' tall be tan! as confe !>- Kli.riil.i..- 1'th: da> ,.f :Nn\ri'.it; : \}iuri.a. ,tht1':,'\ir.iKLaw of :N; '1',',. 1h.. '.1! *' It'\' '
('uS. CII and plans were made for il I t.y i.'ii." 195:; : \' ., -. ,,"'r01 tiidMKn under the ,
Keystone Heights the rummage sale which was held : l: This, ntice shall be published I IOI-'r'I( .,\1. 1\1,1: > \ I ';"1 ii, :'.,.. .. .' f I'ti-ipt. r 20 Hat;! 1..1\\ :
mce ea h week for four consecutive I rkik o.. "d I \ ,. I > -t-. ,''f ):QI. will r. !iri-'.
this week and for the play presented .y ; weeks; in the Bradford County Tele- 1 I It iIn i'l' : I, .' 1\ .f '. or the r mutt t'i .
by Mrs. Sara 3f(1)onaldAAAAAAAAAAAILAAA graph.ld' : 1 I \, I '.' ,,'.
by the speech: department "I 't'i, i in ill* ..f \i.\t-uiln-r. i. ,\ I I'I .1.1I.
.'.. The ('("'1111 C four (In and r..rllraiUurd ,, f
l .. ., __
A AAAA of the University this week. '.... I. : '.' It
( .t Tlvrlilll.
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas!, ] ,,
: ,
Mrs. H. chairman of the i i State nf. Florida.! Plaintiff. \ \ '
Mac of States- Cooper Clerk of the Circuit Court. t !'.
Miss Kennedy ,
the 8 lJ LlIro Curqess Afohrt ly; Ma .an L Oiv-by, Deputy C'1..rkII : 1't'iO I Lincoln Autoniol'llf 1 I.' .... .
nittee for ,
boro Ga. has been in Keystonefor coin bazaar prespiiticl 14 4t 12: .', 1 l.Numli.:; .in I.l 16121: I., ih.i I I .
detail of the ; t ROW :'A. NEt R. 1'Willi.1m TliiKi"'n. and Ho..: i LIL ''
plans ,
a lepoit .
few days and is leaving for ( d.I\ i i i i .r .\ |I' I p.: .* k' F'I
a fur that event and committees :Miner. 10 ,\PIMJ\H !1,r Smith ti nil.mt.- ... ', I")'1. \ I L I! \i l' \ I Ii ', I 'I .1 H\
home this week. \\ herein Circuit Count I 1, CaNiiiil! >>'i 7 .
her the busy days fly by: AM' thiiif .\ ho( Stunl'hdbutRent In Court. Bradford ouiinulli .1 i \
named. Florliln In fhanecry.tlrman .
: r
II r. and :Mrs. Malmgren are v.TfO I bake my fruit cake, and meditate on. Kleitier Plaintiff. \'-. Else: : **late of rioriil.1 Tilt ; I
The bazaar will be held on the i,Hill I I William Thipp. Si. \.
building a new home on Lakeside : : on courage, and how it sometimes That by the courtesy of Geo. W. Kl>'ll" i. I iff tml..nit, Floridalli.rare. i

Drive. They came here fromConnecticut. 12th of December in the Clubhouse -peaks in quiet ways Olinger. Great > To Appear.To > I'ast No. 94Sl'otire {[ L. Smith .2 \'. -t .'.:,,' TTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTNOTICE
I I Hostesses were Mrs. J. F. people have great .. I''Stuet, .laik.-u'i\illf. Flntd.ttnd
Eli KI..il..r.'h. re-id.n
I >( .
Mrs. Charles Muhlhofer has Fredriksson and Mrs. J. H. Tulljs Once I thought "courage" was a'' thoughts In this book also is this iuhlddr.. ,. ; i-N: "Uhilll.1' Sir:; ;I'.I5.Z"m '',:,' hating, "to.r ,all I.kimiii2 personvimc: a 111I1"r' ,'-:' ".. PLANNING TO MOVE?
sentence: (cai l t.III'g' Siutiuait: : C;.loan i .
The rummage sale which was shining word til.' .11"\\1' ill -'I'1I.i l! |lot "I"I" \
ill for several day's.Mrs. I
been Happiness is the result j ( IM>- 1 1"<"i,,' LIIII nit \ .'''n' '
Frank Scott had a slight In Id Nov 11-15 was very success Glittering as a sword and arm- of good You are hereby'has notified that a 1 Ktis: "'<' Numb.i "nl' 1.1' ]l'd.! '<' ?. -; "\ I (.j u'" do t the job fur you (I'urn
for IH"urrf' been
thou suit filed
1' .' sale' ht; kind words; noble acts II V..II. .. llf I,,.l.\ .' i .i .
about $ 0. The I !"l 1
fell :'till. netting or bright; [ against in the above natuedCourt : | Ut
Saturday. She you t-tf.8Al plt'lt..
last local
accident I II I and is to be found in !'. ,t M Ii i- '. fl. ilipt 1 EZ-t'Sm"l. | "IH'ratf and lon).'
sill bo open again this Friday. A challenge in the face of'' all persons and cause and you are required (' 1'..' I.t:, ., r ?. '
and fractured a rib but i is recover sung whose to serve a copy of your an- ni.i i I ,1'*r.' 5TIIRl'lA' dl.tann' antt\ here 1 in I .ti.
1'henext meeting of the club heart is right with God. 1-1", "I.i !i,4 I, -i, ,i- 'iT > "' MOVING '
death the
ing. I I I I I'Ill j ,lower or pleading to complaint .. .. %

Bob Croasdell has been ill for ., \'. br on Tuesday. Nov. 23. The 1 1I !:| A war cry shouted in the thick- HELPFUL HINTS: I have : 'ixi the T. Plaintiffs Frank: limliun.'i'k.Attorney: ... /i. tOttt ";; :1 Phone 311 250-J

several days. ,I !|io.ker for afternoon will be Col. i ij ;' ening fight. ( found the bottom of an egg carton Florida and fi'' lh. on lh.1l. ,II u .thoffice or
of flerk cf tli. I' '
'I ihvi i i t
}(r. and Mrs. P. ]r. Raskins j Knimn: Vogel who has recently ,!, When throughout the years, Ii, just' fits in the bottom of 1'iiiirt "" oi bffoi. I It. i'i d.| t\ t :: -
spent a few days in Keystone: purchased a home in Keystone.November : saw the patient strength i I waste basket. Makes a neat ap-my )legations liiMtmbei.of]M.,2 said: ntheiu Coinplui'( "u i .: ,'..' I ;: -- :: ': vccllvnt. Storage Facilities

Heights last week. .'I Until her retirement.last -', With which my father met paini +: pearance. When going to church I..k'n as onfevsed 1 1\ .* "ii ,

fi-h fry'!: Col. Vogel was head of the ] studded days; This notice shall he pulli-li-d: TUBEANY
The Rotary Club held a I i I ,j service on Sunday, iv ALVAREZ"
prepare your once each week for four cunse'u'lveweeks
I I II 1 R. B.
In the Woman's club on Thurs- ,, \Vomen' Medical Specialist Corps. :My: mother's unsung gallantry I vegetables Saturdav. Put them in In the Bradford C,.llnt..' T..'le- '

the in 1919 ,
Sluwent into army knew graph.IIttrd
day. Nov. 20. ]I I a jar and screw down tight Put l Ihl- I 1.:: d.i\ i,i \ .
Mr. and 1.11'11. J. F. McGehee. I,I :>s a physical therapist at Walter'' That sometimes! courage speaks in refrigerator They 1n: %. 1 gen Is (Dclchrr Brox.

who were visitors in Keystone last I I i Reed Hospital! and in 1922 she ,j in quiet ways; I I have been buying flesh keep meat nicely to (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL:of the A l ir"lIlt J Th.-mav Coin ferryman BId}:;. -- :v\ (1'1 dun M I Ittu
season are back now to spend the ,,started the first post war physi- '!I Bespeaks itself in whispers yet fry for dinner. I get lots of ly: Marian L. Crot o.v, Deputy Clerk
'! rat therapy training course at I j nice II. 14 41 t h 1-. .
winter. They are staying at the is heard grease which is good to

; hat hospital and was supervisor And it is armor-biight-it is season In Ihe (iri'iiil < curt Of llrnilfiiriliMIII $ .. -
a 1 -
Feather Court. MAKE -
White there until 1942! when she was appointed ,i (1 1I with. ('< |>, I'loriiln: In ( hull..r. I| __ 'u : ._ = : ', -c ._ := .::: --:'' -- -_ = '>
D O. Stewart is home from I shining word! I n! \\". Inirhuin and hl'1\ ,ift. Floirie'iHiih.im I'

the hospital: and is reported im- Director of Physical Therapists I -Helen Rittell. i PLAY HILL: Have such a nice I'laint.ff-! t-. II II U ''III : ANY RADIO AND
the rank of Major by and hi" wife Mildieiliiu+ ..1'1.1,
with letter
proving.Mrs. ( Shi'lelolE'r with ,tli'> r.i-i :\.i :'Mv,; Sf ARKE[ SERVICE
Ida Gently of Lake Geneva surgeon General James Magee.I : "Courage is what we all must a ri'cent picture. She is a beautiful Norn: in u'ri.tit; '! MODEL TELEVISIONRepair I

I organized the Corps and set i have these days. Courage to do ] The State ..f Florida nII M WillI.
whoa* in a Jacksonville hospital young: lady. I am so proud) anhappy' d I and Mildied "'int. tth"r r i.-nli'n, -

is back home and improving.Woman's up the training program and in | the right thing and be honest and \; Seven years ago she was a l- Augusta. 1'ieorjcm; ,u'. ot raft. \ / Year Guarantee

I 1917 was promoted to full colonel.In kind when all things point us to ,' !small' I'IhE'n Trailer Siil"'-'
flub :Meeting last!" I saw her. You anliereh*' nonu.d' ) ')h MI, + "a i ililt Service On All Makes

The Keystone Heights Woman's 1919 she was the first chairman 'I the easy way. It takes courage tc i It wont be long until you folk I ha- lie..n. filed .Il,;ui'i-t mi and\

their meeting on of the Women's Specialist be a good loser. I think of Stevenson i i will be hiving: lots of earls of *'mi deleiidaiit'' in. tii<-.
Club held! regular i new cab: above entitled I ''lIrl and 111-1 I.
corps section'; of the Associationof I and with what shining courage 1! base.: I was thinking '|iinei I'lalllliff till) to th., t-.I- TELEVISION and RADIOSFor
you mighl t lowing de-i'rilied, lindin I'-i: .nilnl\'
Military Surgeons. She is one \ he arose from his defeat. He like to make ,
some saner kraul t t COIIIHV.. "'III"i(1..I-\\t. Chas. C. Shepherd
of four women in the Specialist is a great man. Our parents bark for summer It is healthfu"I NW'i of ;IIf:'. of s\\ ,,. ;Ind i I.1:1
very West : air."f :NK'; ..t :M..; :' ,
FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S corps to hold the Legion of Merit. I in early: days knE'COUTage.. The and is '
i a change with weiners 01]r' of SIV'iall in Siiin-n:; .1! Tap\
Her address. to the/ club will be interesting i I severe winters, the many hardships side meat. 3; S. K: 22 I K:. RUIO TV PHONE
And you at. !'o.'i.1|.' l t" -.i\ .
JUST ONE and members are askedto they met with courage. Each a ropy| of vinn' .\111'.I' ,' h. Phone 239 PROMPT

bring their friend The pro, I of us faced with the issues of life SAUER Kr;\uT: I have l'lIl..a.1ing h -.ml i :.in-.' .iip.-M 11,011..,

FRIGIDAIREMade Cram will follow a short business .1 finds it takes courage to go on coarse: slaw. cutter. I cut the cab. V Knight.... addre--:.iM.'ii." *tirk'' :f.-'..iilnnnffho F'-n!' t,nl!.-i RELIABLE 198.W

only by.General I meeting and will begin about t Ii'ingIt is easy to die. It takes .I. bage on that and salted it to taste',.' and .file. tht. .original, thin-.f in tinnffi
< .'f th. iinder-'Bii l'l rk. u...
Motors Corp. All other 3:15.: rninage to live If one> has erred I pressed it in the can using a i llllMl.llHI. I'.tll 1 1 I1! "!'.' otll.'W 1-" IIIi ,. SERVICE
lots of mall potato allegation-; of. pl.Ilntff-; dill, of. i'mnola.lit ,
it takes masher then
Electric Refrigerators are : Hostesses for the meeting will and gone astray I fillet ; will, b,, lah'lI .t- i ?rat. --. '1 PHONE 218 ,
made other companiesand t j ho Mrs. Ben Rose and Mrs. BerlChristoffers. courage to pick up the threads. of the can with water as there wa:S! 1" )'''11. -- ------ -- ----- --- -

by I life and make good. It can be done. 1 not enough juice. I set' it in thi e'l: It i i- ..1'1',1, .thaI. .tli-. ;, .ni-thi, t I.,,.. 1 COLONIAlFLORIST :L' s F.: l VI 1" ST. .";T .XRKr. I-1. .\
cannot use the word 1 ':'* 1>niilili-lo 'i' "It \I..h f i iJ
; Kapllst Church What joy one has in living then.nfter : elevator shaft. It worked ami .1 J f I,"... o. 'I-" "II\i > \\.1.- ''n. Iradf'rd: ., -- .. .

Frigidaire. ', con age has lifted us up by :i some ran out a bit of juil'eAftt"I'1'C.01,1._'V 1'., 1.-' ,Kph| ), ?, d i ''l 'I|n.il'lied ,- -- -. -,- -' -. ----,"-"-----' -"- The First Baptist Church wit]1 1'1 : 1'.1 Ip' -
Hod's do several weeks. I screwed. the lid
help we can anything.i s!
Bonnell f f
have: A. 01 '
Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE i Y<''', we !tumble but can carry on. : down tight. It is really nit'P.
Deland for th
as supply pastor < I
: Did you ever get a letter I I that t
? ? services on Sunday Nov 23. Effective I opened a cnn of mv auerI
I made you sad" It is well the,.l' Let Us Thoroughly FLOWERSFOR
this date the evening! meetings -I kraut. It is really toO much better NOTICE
THEN SEE I I days if you are writing to
will begin at 7:30: p. m. ]I than the factory canned. Next you t r Wash Your Clothes
in service, to write
Those from the Baptist chum h, -.ear. God trilling I plan to make happ:

E. H. SMITH i more than I did this 'ear. I have things. Those in service fight Ion 11r
attending the Santa Fe BWC Fed I ;i of the time. So write ('h'rfliIlinE'5s 9 Pounds tip -
I! Alachua !, also made my fruit cake I put I
ration banquet in were: 5IIINNEIAiii-u
I and homesick feelings moo;t IIiii5I
Tenth aad Temple Ave. Mrs. K. Altman. Mrs. R. W. Rivers some rum over it to age. Remem- things and leave the troubles an.a For 40c! ( )

I Mrs. W. A. Scales. Mrs W' i ocr, T got the small' n hnttlo' last sadness
Starke Fla. out.
i! 1' Wilson. Mrs George AldermanConway's | A'('a'l'" I used it on my fruit rake '' FREE leach If Desired!
I Don has gone to fix a gas' stove.
1 and the remainder. I put in a sack': : I am making Christmas gifts.! I Temple A>f'. Stal k. DISH GARDENS TOP PRICES/ PAID

wrote on it "Rum for mv fruit
have my turkey order for Thanks POTTERY ._
i i cake 1i2"! and hungit in the at- I --------------------------------I '
g- \'ingo'ember is half gone. I 0
Service StationAMOCO |Itil'. I have enough left for next POTTED PLANTS see
am going to have catfish for supper -
year< cake I shall hang it back We Will
The frozen ones. I roll them
now. I have been to the dentist as
in pancake flour. Fry in hot fat.I PAUL RAYMOND
he found a small, cinitI am trying Dry Your Clothes
have white cake for supper with ,
Washing Greasing Tires, Tubes & Batteries I to take good care of my teeth. chocolate icing. We had wild bak'J. For 20cIn
Nona St Starke
a-: they tt-11. me one can ('hE'1':0' 1'110\1-: 2itt. \\
!I duck the other evening. New Automatic Urlersl
PHONE 147 FOR SERVICE much better with ones own teeth Remember selfishness ,
keeps: out --- -- -'
although! Don gets along pretty -;
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I i, hapninc! We all want to be as''
well with his dentures I got sucha e
Ride Florida Greyhound Busses happy as possible.
I nice letter from my youngest

SPEED SAFETY COMFORT ECONOMY in brother's Indiana wife.schools': She and is a he teacher builds LOVE LUliA The 'Washeteria '

homes They live in Columbus Indiana anti they 11 want Colpr
easy way. Pay as you She sent me a book of 00 .

learn Phone U7 verse. and good thoughts Here is ALL KINDS omen:: S'I'I.US

one I found( on courage' :
I They on the heights are not the

souls I I

I Who never erred or went astray
i \/)1'11110: \n-iu:
!i Who trod unswerving' toward; In I'liiriilni! In I hi.Ierrl.
i their goals ,,.
)1".111r't'i: -. Plant.1I!, t- V": -
llffl I.l\s.| llt'fftul.l'lt, If You Have
I' Along a smooth roseborderedtv .
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I i \" -4V c colire
\ T.1'1'n,.
FULLY To..; Nmtleet. Davi-. bn-r. r'drnve >--'- PINE OR CYPRESS A ?
Nay. those who
I stand where .
and II.ddr<--- !> : 114 K Club>
first comes dawn ;, ll\d.! I Inirham.i>rth 'ar..lina. TIMBER TO SELL s lW'
most modern and efficient equip- You ar,- ht-rcliy 'uitifid that a'
ment available to the profession is 1 Mrs A. G. Loudon. Mrs C. E. 'I'suit lnvrirco for, Large or Small Tracts L.!. '''

I Mitchell, and Mrs Robert C. Jackson ., hal \,,*n filed\ \ against you in lh.
used this
by funeral home in maintaining
above named <'<,urt and cause and !
its well known standard of >ou. are required to serve a copy ofi j We{ Buy All 3

Miss: Frances Cuib of Tampa ><>uianswer or pleading to the '. t
Service. Uomi' >:amt on the Platntifraatthrney. .
gave an interesting. talk on the T. Frank LandrumI PAY TOP PRICES '

work of the Good Will center in i Sfrke. Florida i ir..t \
:\ file the original in the office of 9 /
that city. She presented Miss Caro- the Irk of the Circuit Court oni j I
DeWITT C. JONESPhone or h..t..r"l the
lyn Garcia a member of the TeenAge I
{Write{ Call .
I l"i day .f nt l rnibrr. I''jJ: ; or
7 Starke, Fla. club in the center in authentic -otherwise the .itlegatlnti of aid"':
(1'lImla'lt will h. taken a!' ennfosa-. v
Spanish attire who : severH
sang *d by you ,

.I" 16' selections some in Spanish. i, This notice hatl) Ve published B. THOMAS 't
i .
I 'onl.'e each week for four consecutive ,
The will '
Funeral Director Ambulance Service group supply toys for : reels In the Bradford: County:

: an entire ward of gills in the Telegraph LUMBER CO. ..: 1 .......
1. I 11011.. Ilii- I I-:: day i ) \"\ nil.! r ,
Our local funeral home enables as to offer conveniences and : Florida Farm Colony for its next !'';;.'. .
services not otherwise available.We : project. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas
Clerk of the Circuit Court 0. Box 735
I II Hy :Marian L 'rn-bv, l>*-;nitCl.. '-kII .
I 1# 1## II STARKE, FLA. '
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furnish fie highest type service at lowest prices and 1 sPwN Norn'. 10 u't'l-: \It .. ,
III < Irriiif (..urf, IIrlllU..rd loncli. '; '
ANY life insurance In
accept policy force, issued by ANY '
Florida! In ( linnrm.4l .
company as payment in part or in full on a funeral r 1.1). "I.t lll'F.I ,i n',''..
L sv 1'Hly. Mtltndanl. ',i'l: 1'"1 1No t '-'
Consultation carries no obligation. ore Trpenr.. \ f

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[ Pay Highest 1 'N ..', II! (..1..1 i | against yo'i in the BatteriesDiabetic ""
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.t i.: q'/ i r"il to serge ,i c 'I')' of
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; ., u u ..k f. *nor cnn ",(.''ltl\'. SupportsAND
t' \h- ,1:1: tlu. i'.radu-rd t' ijiujr Trl--
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fit I1! t 14 4t -' We Rent ,4.

yourPersonal OTIfK To PPR\R r

.. 3 In Tlrrnlt (Court Bradford r"euDt,. CrutchesVeterinary /

One Pound Needs I Plaridni'ullimbuteller' In CtoiutffTj.-. Y.at.'ff. t- 1.. ..1'110,1' ,, Plan ImiuJav rru'ulith '
4 ?.-!! .", fendant' '

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Notice Tppenr.. ice-cold Cu ( old
< a- the natural t
Charley E. Johns To I.enh Sellers. whie -....d-'i. Supplies partner 1
ONE MILLION < Tend I addr..l'0' I- "nkn.\,'"i t.. 1
s You are hereby notifi.l ''4t a '
J Agency .suit for good things to cat. i

R. H. Green, Jr. | Phone IS STARK, FLA' has above: Dine been named' filed Court against: and you cauoandd In th> I| CANOVAPRESCRIPTION 6 Bottle Carton 2S

.,tu l'. you are required to serve a copy .If' CENTER Plus O.POSII
321 Ave. your answer or pleading;; to the :,
Temple complaint on the Plaintiffs'Attorney
( H V Kci'ifh. tark--: (near hospital) IY
fejxwntina THE TRAVELERS mrtfort I and file the i-risr.nal: ; in the -.ff"nf Gainesville, Fla.
the Clerk! oo{ the Ci'm: C'', jrt o.I' k"b a r,' iid.r.d trodt-marl.
t ..r bef-.re the ; 1952, THE COCA-COU COMPANY

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/YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYTBROOKER ned: All members attend the study I
Methodists Hear Augustine spent the weekend with 0. C Hayes, of Gainesville ,
was .
were: Mrs Rn-1 v
v-ourse to be held
at Antioch j his parents :Mr.: and Mrs. R. F. out visiting his sifter and .
Bishop BranscombAt family Misses Te''sie and Barh
'hurth.' Xov 20
: ; be col-
coupons Gano.
While here they made a ;Mrs Guy Harrell. last Friday. of
ncr Gainesville.
AnniversaryThe acted and sent to Baptist Chil-! I busim-s trip to Gainesville. : .
e (irate G. M'- and Mrs. Howard Wait
Bighuna.AAue..A..wAAAAAA.a Inns Home; and to hold "SeasonIf and Lester "Pewee' Hai!'.'
Ray Gano of Gainesville, spent daughters loft last Friday for a .Wiggins! and Fred L ,
89th anniversary of the Prayer" evenday beginning "n i. i -
Dec Sunday. No9, in Brooker with two weeks vacation in the North. ;Jacksonville, wereeekei .
1st and terminating Dec. 5th, : '
organization of the Methodist
The regular monthly meeting of'' his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. They are planning
with a program being held at the visiting their j of the Junior Bighams.Presbyterian .
Church in Starke was observed the Brooker W. M. S. was held at church on Wed. night. R. F. Gano. parents, the W. E. Woodin's, in
Baptist Church Methodist Church Sunday No16, with a record the Baptist Church, Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey enjoyed Rahway N. J. and the G. Wait's,
I The meetingwas adjourned witha Church
'attendance at the Sunday morning Xov. 5, with vice-president, a fishing trip to the Suwannee in Cassadaga N. Y.Mr. .
I by Mrs. R. F. Gano. i
will be the The First Methodist Church Mrs. Eugene Crosby, prayer Sunday School at 9:43:
"Divine Healing" presiding.
and Mrs. Genp
service to hear Bishop John Brans- River last Friday. The fish Ellis and
invites to attend the :Mr.: and Mrs. P. K. Dukes, of Friendship Class 10 a m
cordially you
sermon topic this Sunday morning. comb preach the anniversary ser- Mrs. Theo Dyal gave the opening must have been "biting", as they family, of Worthington Springs, ,
Horning service condo t
following services of worship on Dukes, honored their
by Rev. Lewis D. Haines pastor of| prayer and the devotional was brought back quite a few trout were Saturday night visitors at 11
Nov. 23. mon. During the Sunday morning I Eloise, a.m.
Thanksgiving! Sunday. on her twenty-first birth- the Ernest Edwards hoireMi .
the First Baptist of larke. This I Church School begins at 9:45 every service the Rev. and Mrs. Thomas riven by Mrs. M. O. Harrell. The day with a dinner. Those fromBrookt'r perch.Mr. .
much discussed subject will bed I their and Mrs. Earl! Green '11 J'j,1 : > Oiul.>- Kohoi..n: loft KM-i i.I ( \HU: m 1111T' \...
Rev. Thomas G. Society in body repeated
Sunday morning. attending were: Mr and ,
Glenn Mitchell
:: 1
presented a Pulpit i !'''' .In-! vt ,,
l :
and Wi
scrip-I daughters Shirley Ld: I : .
revealed from the '
clearly watchword and of \ I
] Mitchell will preach this Sunday sang their song Mrs. Dave Green and daughter ::1'
Bible to the Starke Church in appreciation Gayle were visitors at th.> 1' :X !- I',1'.1: .
tures. The Church Choir, directed I| morning at 11 o'clock on the subject the jear. Those participating on :Madeline; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie ht,> ,
Mrs. L A. Canova will bring of the ministry of their tile Vickery Jr. home in C" < ,, t \ : \! li! f s 1",:' .," : .
Hearts" Mrs S. F. children ,
"With Thankful program were: Green and ; Mr. and Mrs .. e s.' ; I II
the morning music, and the Carol I The Senior Choir will sing "Great ; fathers, the late Rev. James: Beard, Mrs. Howard Douglas :Mrs: Tom Markev.. Mrs Mary Green last Thursday night. ....u. ,.i...? .... "r '''rh.) l.lsJl I I pie of Bradford Count i iI 1 '
Choirill sing the offeratory Thomas :Mitchell: and Dr. Thomas ;Mr and: )Irn..!U! M.lVr and I '.t ::i1 tel It\: ,'.: il! 11n'::" 'ellr ,
H l K and '
II is the Lord" by Adams with Mrs.E. I GallO R.S. F Beard \l." ,11 n< kit Green ;Mr ard ;Mr- I IIL\c'k!; 'V.! > "!>';: dm he: "
hymn directed by Mrs. D. K. Perryman as organist. Arthur Mosley of Jacksonville. Dr. :\r! < .Lime* \\'. Th"1': ; .v RIMIoi c"i: i i i ;'i-i-. .1\!'\ :'id '!:a llIg'11\\' t ,'" I!t ,,]1 ( -, l ". ,';':.:.' 'i- i ,' Vt 1, 1 V'a! : \ \i'" !. 't ", \' ,'. t. I
L.j .. .
Thomas. | Mosley at the 'K' !, v: : 1
Sunday evening at 7:30: Mr. was present srr\ > \-- 11'Ie II !pre-.iili'ti- \1'! ntdl': \1 -It \i( i ; L. ,
and spoke briefly after whH'\< 'Hit- < I: "u,1.-- Sunn.( : 'S'
Sunday evening the evangelistic Mitchell will preach on the subject following; lJlIllOn> were ar and daugnl'' Sherrvbetn "t S'
message will be by the Pastor and "Wake up and Live." Special Bishop Branscomb read the Sf'I'I-|'
the Chapel Choir directed by Miss I, music will be furnished by the ture Lesson from the new Bihli
Aliese Lawson will sing.. The congregational Youth Choir.Midweek and led in the dedication prayer
singing will be led by i An old fashioned "Basket Pin- !
the piano-organ-duo of Mrs. Strick I I Prayer Meeting will ner" was enjoyed by the entire :
be held on Wednesday evening I
land and Mrs. Dinkins. | congregation following the mornI I
Nov. 26 at 7:15.: This will be a We T ARLING[ I (
Sunday School meets at 9:15: special service of prayer and ing service. In the afternoon the Appreciate Your
with a full staff of 80 teachersand thanksgiving. pastor Rev. T. G. :Mitchell presided I
officers to lead the more than at the service of dedicationfor Your '
350 regular attendance in Bible all are invited to attend. This the church pews and other IndependentPatronage
Study Training Unions gather at church unites with other City gifts to tl.e Church Sanctuary L' U
6:15: with Lavern Outlaw director churches in inviting you to attend Bishop Branscomb led in the prayer GROCERY & MARKET STOREQuantity
union for Service at of dedication. i
and a newly organized I the Union Thanksgiving
young married couples. the Airpark Baptist on Thanksgiving Former pastors and wives of t- I
Mid-week service regularly Wed Day at 10:30: a.m at which former pastors present for the Anniversary ( Rights Reserved 1'rices good Fri.. and tial.o... 21 1. 22 ",_'. ; '- 'lIS"P \'
nesday with time this week at 7:15 time A C Feigert will bring the service were Rev and + "
for a special Thanksgiving Service message Mrs W. J. Churchwell of Jackson- I::

. ..\!" ''; '< -,.J"1. '.] .. -..,.-' .' -" ..-. '" .,.!'.- I Gainesville Hill of Willistonrs.Rev. and:: Mrs. W J R A SIRLOIN, T-BONE, CLUB CAN

Fischer of Jacksonville, and Mrsl ,
.II.FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke l i M. Rooks, of Gainesville Mr
!I! Hill preached at the Sundt\; "ve-
ning service.
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor At The TabernacleThough 48dISaIrnoll
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town

Phones Office 231 t Pastorium 130 the advertised date of

U Dr. John McXeill's coming had to
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.. 1. 7:30 P.M. be changed from Friday to this
Sunday School 9:43: A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. Tuesday evening the congregationwas
:Midweek: Service Wednesday. 7:30 P.M.::\ not disappointed as! Rev and
I- Mrs. Henning of the Ceylon India

in Devine I Mission were contacted by phone -. _. ,._ ,.... .- -- '. .. -_.-.- ... __ __ .. ___ .__ .
Believe Healing"Hear _
Morning Service"Do Rev. Haines You 11 O'clock Sunday I and were present Friday evening ;): ;# -"" .- -, -, : 'n- _--L-. ,... ..I..-j.:;;J::.._ ;--F'._ "_, .". _. '. '._ _'_ + --- .__ _' ._'U"'i H "' .. ._ __H __ 'Co.' .. _.- ..-.-...'.<-._.?,_.. __'>"_""."_, 'J.
II and hearts blessed

FOR FREE TR'ANSPORTATIOPhone II I I j! their ministry.were Slides of through mission MUll L LE L E T Large Roe Lb 21C Colored Lb

'- 266-J on Sunday 306 on Weekdays- 1 work language in India of India with, were songs infor-ra in :the 0 I LEO E 19C

live and helpful.
.. f .
Sunday services had) an added)
w: -_ -1=. _' attraction in the addition of a Doz
4 i, Harpsiphone to the music This fRUIT COCKTAil Lge2/ Size 33C ORANGES S 2 2SC'

instrument was in the cap: 'WbDoe' God Putup j
s hands of Mrs. Florence Hipplt of
>y ParkofthePalmsOther out.of.

.t .. .1'WIth The flIcked/ ?' j I Airs.town*-Palms.vary visitors. Mr.Wood in and!,the also:Mrs.:servicesveie of Clarrrce Pnrk-- CAT S SUP 140z 1 17C eEL I E R Y Large Stalk 1 For 13C --

Hear this Sermon and Bible AnswerSunday Melton and children of Gainesville

flx' 7:30 P.1.: md Joe Langley a Student at the
k ', j, 11 ..A.M.::\ "The Old Time Way." of Jacksonville were ministers ofUniversity GRITS I S Dixie Lily F Lbs Lbs

First Baptist, Church Hampton John of McXeill Florida.Dr. and. Syd n'esemes"age 49C 0 N ION I S 3 lSC.'

.. .
and music evening _
Tuesday .. ., _" .r"u... .. .. .., _. __ .. #L -e' -- ai
Bible School 10 A.M.: Don Hill, Superintendent 4 to an appreciative {congrega -- ;" .f '> :, __ ,_ .. .iJiIl.. ,. : at i
BTU 6:30 P.M::\ Frank Williams, Director tion. The music was furnished by
"Hour of Power" Wed. 8 P.M.: : Subject Irievinj Dr. McXeill, pianist; W. B. McKinney -

The Holy Spirit" violinist; Morris Brack- SPAM TIDE FABCan
"Special :Music: Sunday Night By The Hampton i man of Lake Butler, cornetistand:
Gospclaires Mrs Elmer Johns and Syd Reese,


Large Large
Quartet"s Presbyterian ChurchThe

HEAR 3 II conducted following in the services Presbyterian will be 3ge 27C 27C

t IIII II Church, Sunday, November 2.5:
R. KENNETH STRACHAN 3 Sunday School 10 a.m.
Morning! Worship 11 a.m.
Missionary From Costa Rica <:II Vesper Sermon Service"Try Giving 6:30: p.m.Yourself" mlwIIM: ; : ,4' ...';;tj'\. ..-_' <. -.".,'.",_' '--', _'_...__.'7-'" ._.LO'.. '*'<. .. .,,.._.t,# ''''_-'. .!.II.'_, 'M''- < "" 'Iifi..g.,: '.L$ -, ,'"v_ ," ;tt.' tc '..rotr &Tr"i"t.tJl.i"-! .., ...'", ." .:''L, _r""_' -'It"

Director Of Latin American Mission all The the public sen-ices.is cordially invited to Corned Beef Can 6 Bottle Carton
1 1 COCA COLA l1C ,

Church of God

Long Bridgei I Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn I Tall Any Brand for 6 Bottle Carton Q
II Service ug Worship 7:30: p.m.11 a.m.YPE Evening Service M It I K 3 43C PEPSI COLA l1C

Tuesday 7:30: p.m Prayer Meev
10 :MILKS WEST OF STARKE ON ROUTEO.. 100 i r.g 7:30: p.m. Thursday.Law .

.<.. toy 10 Morn- C I GAR E T T E Carton $ .OS 6 Bottle Carton

Saturday, 7:30: p.m.

I 7:30 P.M. ...... St. Edward's ChurchSunday NAPKINS/ 80s Pkg Apple Lb Jar

Mass at 9:15: a m. I I 11C I J JELLY L L 1 27C

Weekday Mass 7:30: a.m.
Children's Class Wed. 3:00 p.m. <
Yfr,- HERE S A THANKSGIVING DINNER TIP! Keystone [[eightsWomen's All Meat LEAN LB .
.r. i I ( Club) Fresh Ground Good LB Tender CHUCK

ii Sunday Mass 1st! 3rd, 5th Sun.
:2- i '- I a m. 2nd and 4th Sun. 8 a.m.
Confessions before all Masses Stew 55e

1 I I :30 p.m.Church. HAMBURGER Roast 39 .

bt' I of Christ ;r:

I I 1'-1'11"1' 10th and McMahouBible 2, ." 1.0: ), .' ,.r ..:_';"_',_'':_ ...,,;"Ii!;: ._ _,__---.-.. .:> .c-- ... .-.I--. _, __.-.- .,- !. .- < .,'_ t1'1;
School-10 A. M.
Preaching-11 A. M. and 7.3W: Scotts 1000 Sheets *} For Swifts Pure LbL

ewe P Prayer M Meeting and Bible Study TISSUE 13C L A R 0 16CJEWEL

1 yen arh Wednesday 7:30: P. M.
d 1 Everyone welcome.

4' \ .. or Sun vale Shortening LbSPRY Gallon Jar
1 *_. Theressa ChristianServices J 3 64C L A R 0 S8C-

every Sunday eveningat
Elsie's done it again! To 730.: We extend a cordial incitation
make tw ". to every one to come Lb Can !/2 Gallon Jar
your Thanksgiving k AM..., S 3 3CF.l LAR 0 49C.
Dinner more festive, more I Gospel worship sermon.with us and hear a fine I 1

delicious, now comes Bor- Ii Cecil Douglas, minister

den's Colorful ing! Put Cranberry! it Tangy on your! Sherbet Refresh-Thanksgiving r I i i I Sunday PENTECOSTAL: School CHURCH 10 HOLINESS a.m. JEWEL J or Wesson Oil Qt 63C B E EA N S Green Can 14C-

before menu Thank-sglring.now! And Buy try it a { I Evening Monv.nsr: Service Service 7:30 11: &p.nI.rn.Praver I_.itf-'Itt.-l: .;>: s'fKr*; .,..'" j GJ *>t <...*#- .7"" 'JW..._ "..- ._ .._ '__..k. --_ __, ,- n.- .', -__, ,_'.--_"'-. '""'-.-..,__"_,!

pint or two today! v t f'tinC's"r1nf'Itj'< Lbs
ni>rht 7:45: p m. Sat raav, n.gf
as an APPETIZER I 7 45: p m. 5 CFactory
for DESSERTTsordens fl .,ti1y ii i CHUR'II 01- JE': ('' CIrnisT
6uar meed Dq\ Services each Sunday in old Masonic :
Good Hwirlerlmt Hall on E. Call St Sunday
SHERBET School 10 a.m.. Sacrament Ser
ice 6:30 p.m. Everyone \\eli\mie\!


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Legion To Sponsor r Funeral Sunday J Variety Show remain on the roll. They are Warrant I complaint Attorney on William the D Plaintiffs Morgan, I weeks in the Bndford County Tele- Wanda L Rorhr DefendantCas. :'.'
Officer A. L. grapn
Crosby Jr. and
Oratory Contest I For W. R. Gilliard I 1 M. W. ,"."; ciaik iiuildmg Jacksonville I)ated this 1? day of Not emh.'r.FFICIAL V lrv To Appear. .- X.. f'Jrt;; ] lOFFICUL SEAL A J Tt'l.'rk
Sgt. Robert Drake.
At State Prison The Florida j I : 'andaL..H"IH.
': unit commander Capt. Hugh B. 'and file the original in the office or i (O SEAL) A. J. Thomas dence and address \\ Iii.s f f--: Iy :Man.in! I. Cr1!11'.1''
Hugh B. Ingram principal of Willis Russell Gilliard, 48. life- i the Clerk of the Circuit Court on :i Clerk of the Circuit Court Co are: ThullI.l"I.1'nn..ti'ut. i \ I
I 1 Ingram joined the organization on or before the I By Marian L.
j. Crosby
Deputy Clerk
Lawtey Junior High School hasbeen lonjj resident of Bradford County. Open To PublicInmates I! Dec. 6, 1946. :22 day of December. 1952; |1 11 21 4t 12: 12: suit You for are hereby n"t ChaIrman Nov. 14. at his apartment otherxvl.se the allegations of said'umplai't -
re-appointed County Friday II\"rcp
In addition to the present mem- ( will be taken as confessed FOR SALE
of the Sixteenth Annual over the Buick agency on by you. .\unn: :Sa.s been filed against you in the
of State Prison at bership, more than 100 men have This notice shall be published / NOTICE IS HEREBY IVEX TO above named Court and cause andyu
American Legion Oratorical Contest Temple Avenue. He had been ill Raiford will 1 ALL, WHOM IT MAY I. are required to ,
present the received military training from the once eah week for four consecutive CONCERN st'ra copy of CATFACEWOOD
it was announced by District for several weeks. showing of their Fall Variety weeks in the Uradford Count) that I hafll..d my Final Return II your answer oi pl.-adinjr t.. t>I.
local in the complaint
unit and later discharged Telegraph matter If Estate of Mary on the Plaintiff -
Four Chairman. T. Coram Jr. !I Mr. Giliiard was a mechanic by j Stage Show to institution personnel for various reasons such as change Dated this 19 day of November, I I)ic'ks Adams and will on 15th day Attuney T Pi'.ink L.tridruiittarke.
( at Theressa I l2. of lI".mh..r! 1!'52 a..k the County F'!"'ruI.t
Contestants from seven countiesin trade. He was and residents of communitiesnear
of residence. entering a branch of t I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas j' Judge E K. I'.rr'man for Final and file the original in the office of,
the Fourth District will begin : the son of Charles and Melvine Raiford on Monday evening the regular service business I Clerk of the Circuit Court |'I J.I..harg.> as .Administrator of the the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

tompetition after the first of the Brown Gilliard of Starke. and a November 24, at 7:45. There will interference '! '.")- Marian L. Crotby, Deputy Clerk Estate of Mary\\'E Adams Picks. or before!:2 day the of rvoember .\N.tMO1N1': :
I and other causes. Some ; 11 21 4t 12:?; 12oTifi : Middleton.Administrator.. 195: ;
rear for prizes and scholarships i member of the Christian Church. be no admission charge but a freewill of the former members in I i I "'.tt'erxvise the attentions ot sad ANY LENGTHS: (;
are "
ffered by the American Legion. Besides his parents and his wife !! offering will be taken up dar- :\ : TO .trrr\it 11 :21 41 112 .>d !lv you betaken asc'>nft-=-
I Korea with the regular Army and n Circuit t'ouri. lirailfunl C"UlitT.t'l..rlda See
Gilliard. he is survivedby lug intermission. In This'notice snart
( et published
Vera Beck I haierry.Elmer
Contestants speak on some I I some hai-e been returned. L.rt.yl.'eu...-. Plamtift) ,nTU': TOppi: \it >ni-e t-aoh we'l.f,,- fn'icon eciHive D. B. THOMAS
\ -
': one daughter. Mrs. Helen En- The production, which this ;year I In Circuit Court, weeks in the
phase of the United States con- The Guard Mary Jeannette Meci .1! u.f. ''.l.t! : llmdfunl/ Count;. Bradford Countv. Tele-
brother WilliamH. runs to two hours of training has been .. : Flo..I : In ( hnneery. r'f\h I.antt'
the duties !gegretsen. and a | nearly com- Ct' N.. .4 'TNotice > Fla.
stitution emphasizing Zbi.lauM.. l'1-.I ,
U: h- ria.ff 11. S .
most helpful to members who have To Appear x > \
Salerno fivesisters skits, vocal and instrumental
both of : eay:
and obligations of a citizen to the j' entered T..: Mary J..ann..tto'I h -. _
Mrs. Daisy DenniSon music and novelty acts, has been the regular services. Many r.resident and address :-. i" '. i iCounty. --__ II_ _
are offered --
state that the National Guard Kichlaml. liidi.in.i. -
Mrs. Nettie Smith. Palm 1 produced under the joint direction
by the Department of Florida and Hampton I You are hereby notified ti ,it a
I Mrs. Ellen Mathis Gifford of the departments of Music, Recreation training thereceiwd was a great suit for

the National Americanism Committee I City. Garden City and Religion, and is sponsored help to them, particularly wht'n'' Divorce

consisting of scholarships |I Mrs. Agnes Johns.Gilliard Starke. I'' by Warden L. F. Chapman. they first enter regular service. has been filed against you in the
in leading universities ranging in and Miss Augusta aoove named Court and cause and Let's Talk TURKEY
I held at Speaking of the all-inmate cast I In addition to the training received -,J ou are required to serve a copy t f !
value from $500 to $4 000. I Funeral services were 1 your answer or pleading to the mm-
Church Theressa of 25 performers, musicians, and and the fact that the unitis plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney ,

Leading students in high schoolsare I Hope Baptist 2:30 o'clock: I technicians, Rev. L. A. Shepherd i available in time of ('m'rgency.I'I A. J. Thomas. Jr Staik.! Fl.t
chosen by Legion posts and 1 Sunday afternoon at who and file the original in the officecf .
I 1 with Rev. Murl Packham official-'I personally staged the show military or domestic the com the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ,
high school faculties. J I' in the church I I :;ai.l l: Its just about the best one munity has benefited to the extent or before the
ing. Interment was we've cooked I: 22: day of December. !1"",.', ,
under the direction of ever up we seem that more than $125.000 has otherwise the allegations of said ,
cemetery '
to have uncovered a surprising' been drawn by members of the Complaint will be taken as mn- ,
FOR SALE DeWitt C. Jones. amount fessed by you.
of talent this
year. | company in payrolls since 1946. i i This notice! shall be published

TIIAXKS Coach Herb Thomas, director of :Most: of this money has been spentin once each week for four consecutive

CARD OF recreation, and J.V.. Ritch, direci i Starke and Bradford weeks in the Bradford County Tele ,
County. graph.
Frazee House We wish to thank our friendsfor '. of ,
music co-producers withRev. Dated: this 18 day of Xox.n.l.. I',
the expressions of sym 132.;;
And Vacant Lot many beautiful flowers I Shepherd were equally en- Union Service At Air Park (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas '
.. and for the thusiastic
pathy I I over the success of the Clerk of the Circuit Court

Behind L I and other acts of kindness i,' production in its opening performances Thursday. ::02i the Union Cy Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH :;I shown us during the illness and for the inmates last week. Thanksgiving Service will be held TO AI'PKtH II 21 4t I U I 12XOTICK :

death of our loved one.-The family The extra next In Circuit Court, Bradford
performance at 10:30: a.m. Air Park Baptist County
I Florida! In ('hnnl'f'r,..
BEST OFFER OVER I II I of T. J. Moore. Monday night has been scheduled church. Every one is invited to'' Stanley Ilradyszexvski Plaintiff \ -

to accommodate the friends and attend this Josephine Hra sen-ice. Basket dinner
I $5,500.00TAKES W. C. T. U.IT families of prison employees. In'!I and fellowship hour at 12:30.(i J\"otll'e To Appear Case No :'i ill'! THE SLADE GAS COMPANY

i addition several hundred good Come and bring your basket. Song Ti: Josephine IJradx szx\ .''.ki,
residence and adress i 1- 24':
IS TRUE THAT WOMAN: seats in the institution auditorium'will and praise service at 2:30: p.m. Jericho Turnpike. Floral Paik I.. I WILL

IT FIRST TEMPTED MAN TO EATOF t be held available for visitor, I History of the church and dedica- :, X.You Y. GIVE A TURKE'iWith
are hereby notified ..
from .t a
FORBIDDEN ntl'IT.BLT communities in the Raifordarea. : .
TUB tion sermon 3 p.m. by Rev. L. D. suit for

STROUT REALTYStarke liE TOOK TO DRINKINGOF Haines. Come and rejoice with | has Divorce been filed against you in the

HIS OWN ACCORD. us. above named Court and cause and

UNION SIGNAL). j Guard you are required to serve a copy of
Florida ( Observing
L. G. Hemingway Pastor your answer or pleading to the FREE !
II complaint on the Plaintiff's
i 6th Anniversary :OTICK TO "I'I'Po.\1I Att'rney T. Frank Landrum
In Circuit Court, llrmlfiiril/ / ('flunt?-. Starke. Florida.
I With Xmas Party [ riiirldnt In Chnnrerv. I and file the original In the office of
I Morris S. Ceitlm Plaintiff \'s. the Clerk of te Circuit Court on
('iaraitlin.. Defendant, or before the
ELECTRIC SERVICE The local National Guard unit, j Case Xo. 9500ntlrr ; 22 day of December r-.'>:2.otherxx'Ise !, The Purchase
WINKLER I \ To Appear. | the allegations of 1'aid'' of
Hq & Hq Co.. 2d Bn.. 124th Inf.,
To: Mara Oitlin, whose residence i, Complaint will 'e taken as cllnf"-.
I marked the sixth anniversary of I II and address I is: 55 We.-t 183rd I d by :you.
Street, P.riinx. Xexv York. This! notice shall h* prMKhed
.. I its activation after World War II You are hereby notified that a 1 once each week for four const.I \utix
ZENITH on Nov. 19. suit for I' ONE OF OUR FINE GAS

i When reorganized on that date separation Divorce and agreementhas ratification i.f &AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA RANGES

j in 1946 the company had on its been flied against you in the I;

RADIOand roll only three officers and nine :I above you are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and ofvour OFFER GOOD THRU NOVEMBER 29THSEE

enlisted men. Today the unit has answer or pleading to the --
complaint on the Plaintiff-
nine officers and 74 enlisted men. Attorney T. Frank I I..in

  • Televisionand This anniversary will be cele- Florida THEM
    Sales I and file the original In the "ffi.f TODAYAT
    I brated with a Christmas Party on <> the Clerk of the Circuit CVmt <.nir
    I before the
    Service Monday night. Dec. 22.
    I 22: day of I Mecembei. 1 I'1-. OUR SHOWROOM
    -trrSfl .SSSSrrrJSrSS rrrsflflr S 4 SSSS.rJSSrS.en I Only two members of the 12 that otherwise the allegations "of <-, i d,
    "nll.laint111 be taken a- > '
    reactivated the unit in 1946 still f
    fessed by
    22.1 N. Temple Ave. Phone 166 .. ,
    This notice shall he puMi-h.d : -" --'-' - --,-..-- .
    I once each week for four (.'''n-< cu- -- --------c,

    STARKE, FLORID.pssrsSSSSrSSSrr1SS .\ l tive weeks in the Bradford Cuuni.xTelegraph Small Down Payments
    Up to 78 Months
    PIANOSave to
    It.ited this !!i day .f N"M i i I'" i Pay
    1 4SJSfl 9 r-rSSflS-S S fl SSSS.SSS'p r-i.:

    OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, o------
    , Cl'-rk ot the Circuit Court the --------------o
    $140.00 Today's
    I5y M.inuii L. Crosby, D'-pu'y Cl'Tk I Day
    11,21! : 4t 12:! I 12IK

    -II I on new small ,0 'i: 'in <,/item/: 'nuts '! DON'T wait until after you SLADE GAS COMPANY

    '- I SPINETCREDIT .\11 1.persons against having the estate claims of or KtepheTis demand have had a serious loss before

    -- vmlreixVldon.. deceased.: I "IIt."t" : you buyCOMI'LETE
    I \1 I J 'Tln.FT
    'OU SALK-Cine 1 room house on, FOIl nEXT-"Acadla' 4 room .-nt- y notified ami required to nieitheir "\ T.HIlFL{ \.
    ', .. ..' l.U01. Uoad 1UU. See K.k. tape with liath J T QuiilemiTiKiL \ MANAGER claims 1-1 the office of the: AITOMOHI-LE I'HONK: I IL'I: I
    Alien hrtziMure 3tp 12! .. I Countv Judge of Bradford County.
    .. I P. 0. Box 557G Florii'a.' in th.I County Court House INSURANCEA ------ -- -.r- -
    ft '. t'uUUdlrr IIMT: 1'1 tu.tst it St Like, Florida within eight ..1-.1"II'al :
    : 2YU !
    Jacksonville Ha.NOTICE
    \11. I' \i \111' ..
    ]>ll''', Rood as Hi'XX VeiJt.asun.loii > .. ,, months from the date of the' _l&F': < _
    :: f
    : ;< --i> ; :-h > 'ii _._ L .__
    .ttM> I. I U> lUg hens..rt. WIth good iTeilii! eorgi otiv, lilt j. the flrpuhlkation mi" will I I I become of this void notitor anordnig CRASH may cost: you hun- jjflT : __" __ : } '" ::::
    .1. i ixc::>. i ',j ma. b. ulfiiiil Spint-t, standard nt.tk.lu ii >s dreds of dollars. It \
    to laxx This November 12th: may happen -
    ve uii ivej >i.lle I "'Illk.'- hoard. .J ni.iililoXMi
    > p.ix -
    \loa)'._Up I'I pjynifiu .I>MIIII' .-...\.-.al 1 r.c,2First: :! publication Xov. 14th I'd2! : :! I' today or tomorrow or 1 t'ttt\ITc' GROCERIES !

    KOU SALK-HoUfee ami MX Iot... I n.mthlv! payment.I'lano. W HITI' CoM.KCTIOX fullyguaranteed. I Mary Gladys Weldon any day"TODAY! i is the only

    xunc ,'ualaiue J;; uttartie.u.. per' mull.;JUU."..,. .}\JUjuuuu 1.dlllliulloil .-.I Orala.MANACKU"'la. Will ill Kklawaha aJvi>c xxhere Axe to, Is hereby K\\vn\ that application of I deceased.Administratrix t..phenslIdrt.of.ws the Weldon estate:IlH i :safe day to yet your insur tan MEATS

    .. .. land surrounding uiu
    >K see piano. I ance. Call
    ,.._ h lie IUI itisht d. ...e'at \\ ai.111I11. 2t ll/2Schs \vas made on the 30th day ) 4t 12 ;5;

    ... Larhe.FU1 ItchgKUXT of OctolM 1952, by the Western ,
    Miii 1 < ior ivir.vi rio
    : -Furnished house and \IAKH: $5(> AM t'l'. every' xxt-ek.l I'nion Telegraph| Company( ) ii:<:isnii "U'l'ITIIU'SIt: : FEED !
    Full or part tllll. Take flrd..1 .Notice is hereby given that the I
    .. ruoiil a furniMleil Calf ::Jo Ajloirtlll..1I1.'lempie AXe.oember beeKilty i.- Ameru-a'.s larges-i Celling n.iti | I the Federal Communications undersigned under the prox'isions' H. C- WALLAGENCY 1-2 Mile From Starke City Limits North i
    It'hK n ily adxrrti.-ed Ugl'llt FKUTILI2K11 I Commission to of Chapter 20,9.11 Law ,.f Florida,
    close this
    ,! =Xo investment Write"Xa of- Acts of 1911 will register with the ( (CjrAMITY: KK.HTS(; !
    ( hur,," Plant Food Company. r Clerk of the Circuit Court and KKSKRVKI
    ;uST \ H in l>ixie Urill.UJJ <'t' If the application is in i ;
    ... I&::-n Monroe St Mar.on. t phi., .. for I"radford County. State of Florida I
    L'la. ring maroon stone. luital I TTTTTTTYYTT TT Y TY TT TT
    ix. UexxarU will tie mailed to :8t 12 5 granted, siilst it ute s.r\ice \\ill upon receipt of proof of pubiicatioi TTY TTTTTTTT T TTYYYY 1
    jjiidtr, return to Chamber of Comincicr. be' available from of this notice the fictitiousname "4"I I
    A.M. to Phone llfi) Yellow Rose
    Miss Kinma Uene Stnckuii. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTMATTRESSES ot'an's Cafe under which I : Osceola
    .. HUll""' !. }o'a_UchirWAN'TKl H I'.'1. :Monday through Saturday ant engaged in buMlies Ave., Starke, Fla. 200 E. Call Street
    Ul'trum jriate.wIit'r OF ALL KINDS and front 9 A.M. to 11 A.M. Kalph I.. Yarhray, general delixery I lbs

    (North. Florida.Mu.il going In town busmebs or onhighway. in RENOVATEDfrkY and 3:301.: to 3:301: onSiindas I Dated, Starke this," 21st. Fla.day of N"x.mi(<> Starke FLOUR 25 $1.89 1 IE RICE 5 Ibscelo pk 59ci

    tuud Uixe In full letter details to i at the Koch Drtis; Cnuntx A P.., r}:'I"rl.la'CUTIII>2: at Starke, Pii-lf.nl! I .! yyyyyyyyyyyyy1J'1Pi Y
    u" Ini cash price
    -. :>i, \lillt', Uoute 1. box .ItI-) .\. Store 11I1'a"at! corner of Call 11 21: 4' '. J YYYYYTTYYTYTYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYThrifty ,:
    :-larK., :.ln 12 and Court Streets (location .4 YY Y YYTYYY Y
    (same : TOrriit: YY Y y y I

    oilt L as our office In Circuit (' FIt SALK--One t\xo-burner present ) .
    ountry Homemade
    In I hancrrj.Kdward
    good condition. I'hone Pure PorkBACON
    FURNITURE Any member of the public desiring : If Iluebner. Plain-! v :,
    ltai.\% att.r 7 |>.m_ltlWAXTKl >
    lieitt'llutbner. Llefenda itCas. '
    Reupholstered and to protest or support the \ S S STARKE FLA. Ib '
    \>-5 to 10 acres on highay Ib
    :SOI. Writ I1. U: Lox S=3-Y:: Refinished closing of this. office may communicate Notice, To Apnenr.T" 39C SAUSAGE '
    : Itene Hu'"bner whis.t -l-
    _UP IUSTlXGSUTIRESS CO. in n riling with the dence and address is: 2V-M:: 4'.' Ii Fri., Sat. Nov. 21. 22 49C'
    nrinos..dale.. Island .V
    Long u
    FOIl Hl-XT-Jo'our room house unfurnished I Federal Communications Commission BIG DOUBLE FEATUREHIT I
    Box 230
    elet-trioit.x' and watt'rft".r "
    Farmers Market. Applx Klllancho :I AAAAAA.LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALFF Washington/ 25, I). C. You are hereby notified that a yyyyyyyyyyyyvvvvyyyyvyyyyyyyyyvyy
    Motel. lip i suit for THE HAY Swift Jewel 3 LB TIN j
    I on or before Jt'.t'mher, 19.V2.2t Divorce Eelbeck I !
    has l.t-eii fi-d! nstin-t you in thf
    WE KKPAIU any small r.leotriialAppliances j. n ODOM. JR
    Kadu New anduti.d I 11 \'lt.I. 101 it I 11-27 aI.nam'd ,Court' andante and With Judy Cano\a
    or I CATTI.K AMI HOGS I \ "" ,ir.. "l'llr.\\ I'' ', v. t 'I'\ ,of
    radios and appluu1l't'1t'r SU.Ei-! \ .IT! t.r", ..r i 1'1o.ldl': B' to the AND- SHORTENING 79cl lbs
    nale.Verks Klectrical ApplianceItrpalr.

    LOST-nlue. US Corday Court St.:: purse 41p at 12: 324 12: I.lxeOak f'n ..,llle in.h I'.arh Knrh: Uedneoil.tjPalatkn Thurmla FrI.t.yI'IOTEL'T )- |I', .- When The Redskins 5 49CYVYVYYYYYYVYYYYVVYVYYYYYYyYyyyyyyy

    Cherry St. Hl'ward-nollfy and return YOrn SECl'RITIES RodeIn '4 TTTTYYYY
    to llradford County
    UpFtU Fireproof Protect Security Box. SITEK-CINECOLOK Jim : ,.
    beautiful. Dandy 3> Hudson
    Iarg'heavy duty IIte..1b..x. ) The Dinner
    I Jon
    NVarrinjj FIALLA
    IENrTtiTitl cottagextith $14) :5 plus tax. Bradford II
    shower. J T: Qutgi.Y: County Telegraph tf I No Cartoon and Chapter 6

    \AX--II'-Womt'n or girl to learn- f POH Till:: lU'DOET-MlXPED Hndr: !,, Serial GRITS 5 Ibs 39C for
    restaurantork, walt 1"""" and -100 Engraved Wedding In\" tations 14 NAPKINS 2 9cYYYYYVVYYYYTyVyVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
    Vitchen ht'hTakt' Murray on fine rag-oontent napnlr r ,
    Sun. Mon
    Itus No. t. Apply Claires I ..tau- > JIR95! Rradford 'ount> Nov. 23. 21
    rant. tin Kdgexxood Axe J.H'K- Telegraph t' !

    FOl! SALEl5..yV lu\ile! :20-inch! RADIOS REPAIRED Country Smoked Streak-O-Lean Fla. Meaty
    %ll .
    size. (;ot.i ...n.lhiun.,11 sell 111 Model* ,
    I '(f'.n.hlf' ehirce* that can't be Bought. With Jeff Chandler
    Kunranteed aldIet
    Tvai=i'naMeCall H4-J Itotfl 1\
    . -, ('If '''. r.a "UEI'IUnu
    !- \VIUTK r.lUK wishes crn- \v. ('.n "I. "thrp I'h. ::U', : \icol Ib Ib/

    t'-'yme"star'. taking in vnur care home of ihiKlren.Will InijuirTann'r' ... I-\t KEXT-Ulrgo complt'teljr furni I Also Cartoon and Serial B A CON 49C I BACK BONE E 49ci

    Utmev he stone Heights
    Garage. UpK
    mark isn't the market. It
    This must
    on Brooklyn I-ike EItrstove: on
    I Tues.. Nov 2;) -- ONLY I
    W! SALK-12 gnu!>:.. HeminRton Jacksonville and refrigerator Plione 13SJS! be turned by maintaining high ethical I YYTTYYYYTYVTVVyYVVYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY : ;: 'TTTtTYfTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTYYYYYY ,1
    or writ > Mr- Throw-
    ) an' '" I.: HCreu I
    I'ump ttu'i. i I
    I "r. Box 3211: Jacksonville. Fla standards skilled professional service LORNA DOONE Maxwell I
    !'. urttValrr and ;th Sts House E
    _It I'''I I __ tfehg_ and uniformly fair prices. That's '*hy jt Large West Coast Roe j

    SA1.K Swwt Yellow Lupin. l 'OK t:1-XT-OtI.: : ., !on.hi ng onT."iive 'e're frankly proud of the privilege of In TFCHXICOLORith : "'
    FOR -
    feed. Hairy Inlllcn..w crop I .; | ..V.-T.. ".. i.. ar 1\: :- '.ttun: displacing the emblem in our Prescription 1 lib tin Ib :
    \\ \
    < Barbara Hale"
    .... ... > .r .m fM'.iue .1 T uu clex and COFFEE
    ""11..01.Bahia Oat seed. & Ruf'nrlv'' .rtltl..1nuthlAnd I Department. For careful conscien- Kit har.t Cire.>nITus 81C MULLET fiSH 26c
    it..trI'rl'f's!' fn up Seed drving I READY-Come tc tious compounding always be sure. to .
    I'I..anlnlz W Hamilton.Urooker .. Opal's Turkey Farm. Florahome doctor's Cartoon and X.'"*
    bring us
    Fla. for a nice young turkey for r TTTYYTYTTTTTYTTTYTTYTYYTTTTTTTTT,

    WANTED-firaduat* nurse ot your special dinner. Visitors welcome Wed.. Thur. Nov. 26, 27 Meaty Rib and Brisket E Diamond Softex
    licensed practical for general tf-chg BIG( DOUBLE FEATURE
    duty. Doctor's Clinic Hospital,

    Jot W. Call St, Stark. Fla. I tf- PRATHEIl EST\TE Fun1.F.) KATIE DID IT Ib !lftc5ETIPPIir trolls

    4 bedro.iin hsti'--, phi.5 l I"b11 I STEW
    FOIl SALS 'Sx II" x 1& Oon- for $4.600 Phone 1S1-W or write BEEF 19C
    crete Block ISc each. Tlentv ol ..T.y.. l'ratheor
    1020 Orange Grove Ann Bl.vth and :Mark
    Mnrtar Mix and Cement Brad ". .,..... P'.4.sna .':,\lit tt
    ford Engineering Company. Phone Stevens
    while mother work*. or shops i, AND I
    POll KENT-Nev.ly decorated Will! also. hah !fit Mrs ,'. M. 3 3E| Trade At
    downstairs apartment electric refrigerator K-hn. P. 0 P.. l'rh'atll l loath Private Your
    4tp11 :5 Prescription Drug Store ,

    entrance:. J10._per' ixeek 31< IIIFOIt WWashington. ,, ''JAKAGE Br.\OAI.OW for REXTI They COME I Ib jar 5 Be Convinced You Get

    bedroom. modern t'le: bath ON THE MINIT SERVICE With Wayne Morris and Pr toDFostt'r LARD 3 47C
    KENT-Furnished cottage. central heating T ii''l.] -d Fverx: E
    thre. room and bath with yard. thing furnbht"d'x..pt linen The Best For LESS :
    Al"o three and four r,\om apart I.'v'nsf! rorrn dinette kitchen Phone 79 Night 3O-J::! Starke Fla. Plus Latw.t World News"
    Rte its .'lose In. desirable location. I'anrv.'r\' !large ,'l..setApply. 4' I
    All modern conveniences. (,..litnial Florist Nona St Pho'le' "'-. -. = -, .- .' '--. -- -.'.: qPAGE -- -=.-- -. '. :::: r
    . 101 W Madison Starke. tl :21S.! tf