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 28, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03196
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Official County Publication Established III 1879

working as hard as we did to get We know for a fact that the 50 new -- --- .- -- -. --- --- --- ---- -
that ordered and unloadedat i: VOLUME SEVEXTV-FOUK STAUKE. I"LOmn.rmn..\Y. NOVEMBER 28. 19.V MHFK: : T\\IM\
it Bradfor machines were
the people of Starke :: I II I __ __ .
County would hate mighty bad to lose:: the Big Dad plant are still sitting there i --- :- -- r.-- -

their thriving, young work clothes factory. uncrated. The management is awaitingthe Tornadoes I

Although it has been in operation little outcome of this present situation be- Play Homecoming Game; : An Open Letter Youth ConvictedOf

fore it is decided whether to install the
more than a year, this factory has already

turned some $200,000 into the channels of machines here or ship them up to ti'eir! Stage 35-7 Victory Over Green Cove
trade in Starke and Bradford County. factory in Lexington, X. C., where they

This is money that would not otherwisE have been operating for 44 years witho.: To Senator JohnsDear
union organization.From Oil! ome of th annul\; Htuvieonnitg < i' \\ !'h:i .' U > i! t\llthlonl
have been here, and represents as mucn a .. Father's Death
what we hear, working conditions '' football l'issi b"tween :' '': the! f'i't quarter, bursting :
as is brought into the county by one com- .
BUS and Lake Butler i Iii !
here Wednesday \111:11! the line and outrunning': I
plete strawberry crop. Best of all, it i is are pleasant enough at the local plant. night Nov. 26, was not i 2 secondary defensive men. In'; ,; Senator Johns : A \eivi.- I' t ,i-I: ,.._ : .
The workers are housed in a clean, modern I
dependable, steady income that goes on i|. lin< \. n at pipits! time:, since this the :aid quarter, Thomas scored' i retuincii In i -.1't'; ; \

and on, releasing some $3,600 each weekin building well! lighted, air-cooled! in summer i issue of the Telegraph is printed again from 1 yd. out after he set I' This letter i is from tax paying citizens of Bradford I Flhl.ix attei'Mii'i" : ) in ::11- ( I'

the and adequately heated in winter. day earlier Ulan the T. who want and citizens deserve CahIll Blount 1 1I .-. tear I II
payrolls, and is not subject to vagaries a usual. up] D. taking a flat pass I County as tax paying :

of weather and other hazards.At The women are paid on a piece work basi. |, Bobby Crews and Edwin Trevitt from Sid Jackson and running 311 I an explanation of your handling of recommendations to I I tey youth. dun.:"" wiUi : .:0 .
i h.ls
the present time around 115 women They are paid the minimum wage while : were Felectod as co-captains )111. to the visitors' 10 yd. line. I the Governor for the Board of Trustees for our county I Blount.stabbing of fathe' F '

learning and the more proficient they become for this final game, and extra Glenn Norman scored hU first !
hospital. It is an letter because it is belief that
are employed locally by the Big Dad Manufacturing I open our A Z. Aiik,
the more they are paid. The worn hf'trh'rs! wore set up to take care T. D. of the season going off I I- IK r.:
Co. of these ) many Bradford County citizens are not familiar with )lattornt'a' ,
Many more ,
are '
clothes business is highly competitive and or the niord crowd expected. tackle for a 68 yd. jaunt. Vernon : .I in do; ,
or less dependent their salary drawnat circumstances surrounding these recommendations and I which to ,. ,
on Tile r"iI'
,i bawl wax: scheduled for an 'l'l'l1Lolend., threw a block on the ; (tltl'l: '
manufacturer good i
the must produce a
the factory for their sole support, or iil'tiiiil'ng': ; lIil r-lime show and last defender allowing Norman subsequent appointments by Governor Warren. Certainly i, I new trial. is; t f'" tjon .-i

to supplement other family income that is; quality garment at a low price. He stands f'\ "IIling'( pointed! to a colorful, to go all the way. I any thoughtful citizen who is familiar with the cir- I Ivied. .Judge' .I'C-.: : \ II. Miup'e
little chance to operate at a profit during will .
cumstances would ,
imposti "
not sufficient to meet the high cost o; ceiling evening. Green Cove Springs scored their request your explanation.It I t ori
the period while his workers are learning: Last 1 youth which < "\0101' ,' "
Ftidiiy night the Tornadoesnut sng
living today. Not only Starke women are only touchdown just 4 minutes
I is not true, Senator, that the Board of Trustees to
due to costly mistakes and wasted ma- : ff' a l great offensive show for before the ended. one twent \", a- ,
employed the workers also from game Jerry,
come terials, as well as the slow production of j their "Patlill! blasting Green Carsnell engineered his team's I! i for the Bradford County Hospital will have complete The Blount b II\. (I" i his i;: '

surrounding communities Hampton. the worker. It is to his advantage to have C'tv- :Springs;: :155-7.\ It was the score running around right end authority to construct and manage the hospital ? Will I Airs. Pearl Blouu: tt t.stiti.'d' i t'Calvin

Lake Butler, Raiford, Lawtey, and other efficient, well-trained workers, although fin.lime! that "Dad's night" had: and throwing passes, but Jerry'i'; this not include the selecting of a hospital site, the purchase stabbed his tether in -

Recently the management of Big Day! 'been celebialcd of real estate the of I defense They said that tho! .
they cost him more in salary. If the and team spiriti How ell carried over. Carswell letting contracts, the pur- ;

ordered 50 new sewing machines to be installed workers now employed at Big Dad had i i \ ? high n<* evidenced by two'C".t' kicked the extra point. chase of materials, the hiring and firing of personneland of Blount was given to violet;. ,

in the factory here. It was plan- reached their maximum speed and skill -tn4'k' : :; in the first quarts To select outstanding players other responsibilities incidental to the operation of I his temper children during which h<' !l' -' !

ned to add another dungaree unit and to they would now be drawing some $4,500 j I 1 The t loam was crippled from is hard as it is in any really team any large business? Don't you agree with us, Senator, I When asked and if fought]Mr. his I \* t.

double the capacity of the sport shirt de weekly instead of the present payroll!! of 'i'iii 1 l-i'It'f'I's and four game with better victory, but the work of Bobby that this type of public project forms the spawning .1 ished the children often Blount the \\ P...1!I"" <
regulars sat out
partment. If this was done it would necessitate : Crews on the center line and Ocie grounds for of rotten and
$3,600.A i''<,. r.Jinie.:; l-'ilwin: TiPvatt dressy.I many our political practices, replied in the negative, ,a.1,1,:,.
the employment of about 65;:) I McGec as end was exceptional. that it is in the handling of similar national and I that "I did
lot of local people have a lot of money: out "but .did not get into the game state the fighting tot th

more persons, bringing the total number invested in the corporation that financedthe j :\,1| gene Shaw:;: was in on defemii; : Bradford was forced to punt'' local projects that statesmen are separated from poli- I children."
employed at Big Dad to around 180. The : only once during the contest and I
ticians? As
construction of the building now 00 | fur just several plays. told by the boy and 1 L -,
weekly payroll then would be close to Dad. These fee!! ; H.'uing before a dissapoinUnghi Thomas got off a booming 71 yd. mother the chain of cirrumstan
cupied by Big \ 'e
persons I s punt that set Green Cove back on Is it not true, Senator Johns that you first t recommended -
$5,000. i '''mil! proud due to ('(1(1'l'atl1\ that led to the elder Blount .
that getting at least indirect
they are an : their own 9 yd. line. to Governor Warren the appointment several
j er, the Tornadoes wasted little death last June 19 began uhenthey
and there is BUTin
one great big
return on their money as long as the fac- I The Tornadoes enjoyed their persons of your own choosing ; this being done without met the
1 !imO in the father at
OC'OJ'lngTaldng the
this otherwise attractive picture. There tory i is operating and releasing a sub- t ,; kickoff! they drove to Gnvno's opeul'ij \ best night of the season via the I consultation or discussion with either the hoard of county I garage as he returned from work.

has been some talk of trying to unionize stantial weekly payroll. An empty building II <*<>\ 28 >d. line and from thereSMjuv air lanes completing 7 of 9 passes commissioners or our own junior legislator? Andis I They then drove to the Stark,' 1. ;

the workers at the. Big Dad plant. of course, would be a dead loss to Jackson flipped! a pairs lt t for 161 yds. and 2 touchdowns. it not also true that all persons first recommended by Co. and as several cars wei.

Regardless of how we might feel about everyone.We I C>fii> McGec on the 8 and he went Statistics! you were residents of Starke and, therefore, not representative I parked around the platform Mi'

unions personally, the fact remains that hope that the employees at the local i on m f'I' for the score. Ronald I'at- I of the entire county? !i Blount stopped his car .tr.id t !

the management of several factories in factory will consider these facts very ] av bunted 5 extra points in per BUS G.C.S.I dling the curb".
1st dun 11 We realize, Senator, that no law requires to con-
Florida have closed down their operationin seriously before making any decision in I feel fashion: bringing his year'S 1 131 you Mrs. Blount said that her hir
sult others
Yds. from 253 before making recommendations for gubernatorial
total to date in -
Asquad" then
recent months rather than continue this matter. The old saying that "A bird I handed a dollar bill t.t
:"o T!. )besides throwing :2 pussy Yds. from passing 161 69 appointments and also there is no law requir- Calvin who was on'
under what they consider "dictatorial"union in the hand i is worth two in the bush" was 'I sitting the
''t" 14
Passes thrown 9
; Vernon Teston for extra points. ing our hospital trustees to be residents of any particular I bark seat and told him to
policies. We would hate to run the never truer than in this instance. A job I j 'Mri'iMscored; the list: touch Passes complete 7 81 I locality, but wouldn't this be the democratic way to 75 pounds of ice. The bm refused

risk of losing the factory that we spent so at a fair wage. under fair mar.ajremenr. J ,',,\\11 ton taking 3119 yd. i pii: si; Punt. 1 3 handle appointments to such an important position in to do this until his!' father

much time, trouble, and money getting. certainly! beats no ;i;rip! at a.:i. Din Clonn: Norman A\e. distance 71 43 this had moved the
county ? Wouldn't this be the fair and just way to car up clo-ei t t"'
Molano Thomas electrified the Penalties\ 40 20 I
: the
platform.Mrs. .
perform the service for which you were elected! --- that ,,

I i j of representing all the people of Bradford County ? I Blount said that her hu.. .

: : Bradford Cattle I band began trying to move th.
New t< Public! InvitedTo I It is not true, Senator Johns, that because there were I I car. but it was an "old rattletrap"and

Will Be Tested other county officials who objected to your personal every time he tried it would

0 handling of these original recommendations, a com- stall. This and his son's refns.ito
Discuss Plans.
p For Disease mittee was set up to make new recommendations to the mind him seemed to infunat.
Masoiiicj : Gr'ernor'a:, this commite not composed of Doyle I Mr Blount. his wife: said, I t. "

i With% CouncilThe \ It was a'1IlIlUnf'I.tthis\ week by I Conner, our state representative, Malcolm I Harreli, I fjffng that he told Calvin ne \\:1':

:,Mis J. r Sapp ot the County I chairman of the board of county commissioners\ Thorn- going to make him mind "one,

i Agent'Olfice that Di.V.. \>. : I time" and if he didn't pet t th i,. i I', "
ton Li. Johns. school board chairman Gene :Matthews
+ 1
TemplePut public i j.s invited to attenda ''liiainaul.: State Veterinarian will I he'd kill him.
editor and publisher of The Bradford
I County Telegraphand
4 of the I)1'
f.3itttttlil City Council, in Bradford County December Calvin sensed trouble Mi. ',
.A Tuesday night. Dec. 2, at 7:30: 8: 9, 10 for the purpose of testing I yourself, who was named committee chairman? Blount aid, and had gott> n ,.ut'

P m. at which time a specific pro- cows for Bangs disease il"!':. ]I Was it not agreed that the names of two or more capable of the car and started moM-it! I".

I I grant for future paving in the:. 'I Sapp slated, however that it would j tax paying citizens; from Brooker: two from Law- ward the ice plant. She snl; t hol i'Mr '

'''tv will be presented and dis- not be necessary to retest those tey, two from Hampton and three or four from Starkebe Blount also got out nt f th

""u>ReJ. I I cows that had been tested in July, I :submitted: by the members of this committee to the car and approached the boMih

To Use At its meeting last Tuesday' 1S.!::>2. She also stated that Mr. full committee? And was it not also agreed that a full his hand in his pocket.. She I then'
night the Council discussed, the Brainard would vaccinate calves
Raw Calvin make
committee ml'ttingwould be held on :Monday night, some motion
possibility of issuing I between the of 6 and 8 months
revenue certificates ages I
toward his
father Mrs
No"ember 17th, at which time the full committee wouldchoose Blniipttestified t
to cover the cost of a i for Bangs disease while on this and the next I thmp hi-
general \isit i to the : from the names submitted by the separate members -
paving county.
program and also t i saw was her husband hoMius! !h.,
Sewage and lift-stations- to be installed Interested persons who have one person from Brooker! one from Lawtey, one stomach with his left handShe
The first meeting of Bradford I lodge was assisted in the work by Buford, Mrs. C L. Wise Mrs. V. in the southwestern portionof animals to be tested or vaccinated from Hampton and two from Starke, and recommend and Calvin
Lodge No. 35 was held in the Masons from other lodges. S. St John, and Mrs J. F Odom. I pot Mr. Blount
town. I jshruU notify '1rs. J. C. Sapp in I t iiiese personsto:' the Governor for appointment to the back in the car and starter! making
beautiful new Temple on West i The meeting was preceded bya Arthur Westerly Senior Wardenof The the Agricultural
opinion was expressed that Building. Board of Trustees for the Bradford County Hospital ? the rounds, trying to In-aN-'
Call St. at 7:30 o'clock Monday j picnic dinner served in the spa- the Barnett Lodge, Jackson in view of new sources of revenue, !! on or before December 3 Starke'l' doctor.
The was attended i cious club ville the lecture during the We ask Senator, was this not fair and a When tht'fmalh
night. meeting room of the new lodge gave now available it would not be arrangements may be made to get you. a representative found
I one they advised
by some 100\ Masons from, different hall. Masons and Eastern Stars initation. necessary at any time in the 'their ;animals tested by Dr. Brain- : committee ? were to
'I take the bleeding man on to thr
parts of the country and I were invited and each family The new Temple was ,open for future to levy additional taxes or.' art on December 8, 9, 10.
i Was the method which this committee adopted to hospital in Gainesville\ without!!
as far away as New York. brought covered dishes and chicken inspection by the public Sunday increase other of ,
any sources waiting even long t I.
1 handle onunendations to the Governor a fair and just enough
Three candidates, Cecil Sewell pilau was furnished by the committee i afternoon from 3 to 5. A large revenue certificates. Civil Defense method? transfer him to an ambulaiiM-

Austin Fender, and Jas. Durand on arrangements. The number of vHtors'alt'd\ during All citizens and taxpayer are I When
they arrived at the ho
were raised to the Sublime Degree : committee in charge of the supper those hours and refreshments of invited to attend the meeting Cecil\ Sewell. director of Brad- W\ d,) not believe n better committee could havebeen nital. however Mr. Bio in' w ,.i3
of Master Mason. The local'' was composed of Mrs. R. C. 'punch and cake were served. next Tuesday. I ford County Civil Defense announced I
named nor a fairer method of making recommendations I dead his widow said.
today that interested

K List Being Compiled Of Korean War Dead ; Winter Concert Set For Dec. 5 persons and clubs may register at I adopting husband Mrs. Blount was carrying testified two that kId.her son
the Chamber of Commerce between Is
it no1' true Senator Johns, that the committee
the day of the fatal Mahliinf
Peter-u1 '( Paul Hicks I The annual Winter Concert of be Christmas music, as well as the hours of 9 and 5. for meeting whichva* scheduled for Monday night November one which he habitually < arriIand l

Emmett Robinson j vocal music department of sonic rehginu*. and Civil Defense work. 17. !t is it also]
Ithe popular num was !iJoslp'Hiod .y :you. am not true one which she had giver, him
to compile an accurate and up-to- Tommy V. Hicks (missing in '
Bradford High School will be held I: bers. Several solo; will be fea that lo date this: meeting has not been held ? to work on the car with. Thrr
date list of Bradford County boys I action) in the USO auditorium Friday : A Narrow Margin: was no testimony showing that hr
who have been killed in the Ko- If there are any other Bradford night Dec. 5. at 7:30: o'clock. tured. Is it not true that Governor Warren appointed fire :
had withdrawn his hand from
martyar.. So far the list con County servicemen either killedor Admission will be 35 cents for Clay County staved in the Democratic persons to the hospital beard shortly after this meeting
Featured the will
on program hipOI kI however at I thitin I'I"r
tains the following names: missing in action in the Korean adults and 20 column in the recent Gen- I
be both the Senior High School cents for students. was scheduled and shortly aftet'"on had been in TaHahas the knife attack bh::-; son
Marlyn C. Ford, Jr. \Var Thomas urges that theirnames I eral Election by a narrow marginof
j Glee Club and the Junior High The vocal groups are under thedu.vt o'ot, t\e ? Is it not true that i there of these persons, a.: I
After '
's i the county'
Herman VV. BlankenshipJohn be given to hin so that
Daniel Hicks the list:: might be made complete.Uiiioll I School Girls Chorus. The two ,on i.! M-- f'raldv" S'ha 163 atiserr ,. .1 .' UM'ihi :) 't tr !/linted, by Governor Warren, were among the f:':e you i

groups, have a total of 66'owes oral q,"'W ,in- ln .I., kI',11x ""ailv '. -11/1\\ .., i lh j "originally recommended to the Governor one ,.!f *.h* :.. :. Santa Parade

I i Included on the program \\'illl )' Stevenson .. .. .
r-a) ? ? t t" 'IK) your son and business associate? I

Wi ii.v. Senator John: did one member ;v': '" '- .r. '- :i Plans
Thanksgiving Service Senator Smathers Complete
'1 committee 1 :' :- -.T: -

To ; : ,. .. ::
Speaks GroupAt
r:'ade a recommendation either personally: : 'JI" aj: .
; )I'l 1.. ;' 1' h"I'Ing'| up ,' "r ,
-- Breakfast :', ''w of the nminatinommittl't'? .
; -. J annual Smi.i f'laus I"I: bStaike

-- -- -. V S Senator:= GeOl A :: ..' :r. i.. -e :ii. ':" :". :appointments 'rut: I Friday Dc :5 1 1'' ,
; .
Smathers t,,>)M! a group heieast a t+".4.( ,. ..t.idtStarke l and i' .:.,-':" .' /p PI) :t'r.l' r.' ',frif1...-r

,-,'. ". .hr ..- Ho'Ae. Ch u..tn ('limit,, ,' '
: who
Friday moiiiing that what- > if i : : .r.tt-i's; are resideri.! "
.. .. '. .. -e< .retan Th' j I.'r: ';, will! ofh.I'
1 .' "'
anything happen from now >n at :. w: ("qmrJ telynegk.'tet; ? '
ally usher! in "p <',.i tfj.i t.I'
Camp Blanding will depend on ir :>:'")ht .'! ., n-/ that Broukcr floes nM
ping see..i, .n "; ,'' .
developments in the l Korea w ar c ,..< ; a!)! ,', :rg; this: }position; :: .' lip MHI....-:, ald! "re .

or hostilities elsewhere.The . .
'i 1 :. ( f.tnerwise.; "' 'd l n '/'. d1"' ,, fci ii

Senator spoke to :a 'up ,'. ,.
.' Lot! J'-nt':; If:t.:1: i j' n be 'd!trr r 'd I '
of some 25 friends from S'arke ,
-- : t"e beir.t'r! -..1 tami .- '?'d' Par-! ,- ,", t<- a- : '
-- and Keystone Heights at a >i'-"ak r 'i i of i .ir. 't.. d '..
fast last < < ; Wr belter: .:
: Friday morning I' nei ,
"ha/ll. '
i Dixie Motor Court Rest utiani ,1 i ..-. a -tnm.would: ur.ivir; : ? i' i
:\inas Tree 1).1" alion
i Arrangements for the br' ik ast 1 ""., :> tPiir.ating; lommittt- 1 I- !,, 'th'I'' I' t ('or," .'

were made by K. G. Duncan. ,i ?.:.- t d! adopted for h gun: din.r: : ('; rI'; as Tie.. -aki- : i

Senator Smathers reviewed 'heefforts j? -, 'r: ih: :',1 r and democratic: wit.' ..',.i' prngra' '. I II iv .' /' '

of .. ..'t ".' .." rr.r'Mo flaunt thi 'TMt ". .
the Florida delegationin :r. : : ; : ( ;- I at 8: p c th'i 'i'' r'

AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Congress to have the Army ; r : 'L !r :. / !politics' with tnc>e important appoint-' !house: lav. n Th '. .- >,.. I ,:

release Blanding for use bthe p.,.'.' :- certainly no indication of a desire to be fair sponsor,.,! join']'. i, "I(. .t;. ,r I

Thursday, November 27, 10:30 A.M. Marine Corps. He said that the -!i...... 1 11.e people by whose will you !serve. I the Garden Club

Army declined to do this evidently -F' ..,. d l-M II .'" '' 1'u, 1:0: City officials!: ,. .::1! 'lke chary
Kev. I.. G. Heminguay.[ Pastor Presiding 'g ,11.1- K: ause we do not believe this matter has been I
I desiring to retain Blanding on l. :-0, :-nator (gorge \. nuithers: i.- ... of the first lighting of the tret
enr.Tat ,1 I j j.
:11. ture"
a standby basis in case of future abo, ; (Ill ar.tilt-d: : in the best interest of the citizens of Bradford i and the! Salvation Army bard
a hrt'akf..tf'n
I need. a / in hi- honor henrn.fa> On the ::rnato"!> and because do not of the
Sermon A. C. County we approve mannerin i from Jacksonville will preser.t ,i
by Feigert
> right I N Bradford
KepresentatU.-" >le E. Conner, and on hi, l<'MSlajor
which the nominating committee has been .
The Senator dwelled at some completely 45 minute concert. The pur>!li! -
J. P. Waill\'rig-ht.
Former President National Christian Laymen's .A ..n. length on a matter which he' ;I ignored, we are requesting Governor Warren to meet f cordially invitedJaycees .

I acknowledged, brought him some :I said "that was my stand then did not endorse Stevenson'a stand I with this committee, with or without you as chairman! ,

SPECIAL MUSiC BY criticism "from both sides" during''II and it is my stand now" on Civil Rights, the Tidelands oil I to reconsider these appointment NoticeA

1 the recent presidential He predicted that all the issue, and the Senate cloture I
campaign. progressive
: Respectfully yours, definite decision to organizea
United Choirs Of Starke Churches rule. The
I When the Democratic nominee I Democratic measures Senator was not then
Jaycee Chapter here wa- reached
Governor Adlai permitted to introduce Stevenson.
I Stevenson visited such as social security, farm programs at meeting held in the eourt-
II II Florida. Senator Smathers said but did greet him at the airpartin (This letter bears the signatures of more than thirty a

1 that he would introduce the rural electrification and Tampa and sat with him onj I tax paying citizens and voters of Bradford County and I home 'last Thursday night The
will be held
Sponsored by Starke Ministerial Association Governor at Tampa only if he others would be continued under the speakers stand. In touching I j jon is available for inspection at the office of the Telegraph) organization date meeting

were permuted to say that he the Republican: administration: this in h.s: talk here. Smathers'I' I: at an arlv

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EDITORTELEIRAI'I > -Carth :\ is hereby given thai the the Clerk ..i: the Cm.a: '
i .' .1 i MK1''i.I unit, r the I'r"\-.n"- ur t In.f.-re theth'rq.
f. 'h.q.t'r| 2i..<>'>.: Laws ,,f Fl'>i ida, -. .i\! I- :11..
VIEWPOINT PUBLISHER ,vim o I .\ ''- of 1MI.! will register w.th the : .
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iI .. i urtv of the Circuit Court in and Oompla.iit will be
f..r IXndford Countv. State ,if Fl. ri- .
Advertising Rates : JJ > t J tit "U
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gates On Application t.oi t uf Ih's not'i! the f:. '' -ie :
Subscription : Established In 1879 I ear Mr Matthew.Enclosed .* 1'iuv .1 t u jr r .n
name.n I'afe under .
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$2.75 Year J1.50 6 Mo. is my n"w.d j'.i I'D.Tiiigtaph eng.tU'ii PI hu l -ut.s at :.N T.-! graph
pit. A Vt'.. itark.; .. _
I sittipn I "in'i;'! not < l .I i'.t' : ,I, i.' ,j" ,
( r LI Halph L. Yarhray. gtiitra! 01"
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION along witin.ut u I live tftut. 1 hers Starke. Fla -'l-I.l\1.! I :-1\1'' : \

Farniei's DIary lolumn and alu ? l luted this :21-t: day of :'\.m'' i i. : ,. ) ., ( '.,
ti }:\ V 1. |I. i .1., I IHow
the column \ !P. 1H52; :: at Starke. I'r.l.t.t I
; : written by Mrs. Mohi '
I 1952 t tj "W..ty Florida'
Thanksgiving 'j from Nebraska- We get so much 1
11! :L'l t 4- i 1. !-
,I good from her helpful writings. I

In 1621 the Pilgrim Fathers set aside a day ago if we only had more like her the 1 (n Circuit:OTICE Court TO UrnOtctil AIM'CAII Irioriila ', To Relieve

of thanksgiving for blessings received. We Americans have been blessed as no world would be bettenoff.We I .. ; In OIianry.AH .
> it Rona-Mn Plaint'tf. \ \ '
Looking back at the bleak days the Pilgrims other reople ever have been blessed before. get a big: kick reading about ;, ""! ..i Marie KOII.I>ir l I" 'et> ,. Bronchitis

;; had endured, we might wonder just We have plenty of work for every man will Alice aid her bugs and du-tings. ;' ? -- /wt-J \..flr. T. Apprnr.To t't!-f N.. ':".'.

Sam is always complaining, but' \t': t".1 Mi-! !: .n Crcnmul!,ion rrlrscc" Pfn1pt' h. ,
food ;
what it was they felt they should be thankfulfor. ing to do it. We have ample suppliesin : hi'-- i- .
rf-tit 'i t i- .1 I ni;il i it gOf itlli'! the' h'III": .!
and world where do not know where bless his soul he is far better off, I S.ih.ir Van .-. . .
They had landed on their "stern a many I.M'I.' 11': help !hl.hn I n\1 ..* '
rockbound coast" the previous December, and the next meal is coming from. We have with all his troubles down .wh\'r"1 Your family wilt fore this A/aj/c Fruit Cant It hat such excellent: Jeep i i Elll""P"Y-'i 1 phkgm! ...nd\ i i'..:.'. to *.
it is nice and comfortable. ins qualities you might .am to tend some lo folks a"ay from home. too. .Ii| are !I. ': \ tu>tif.til tli.it a I h M il! t.i\\ t.nr' ut'L': u'll :'
had lived through a winter that carried near- natural resources which, if properly preserved -u.t: .
"I l here I .. ,,
up freezing to death with | P.NiTee man"I.n: tu.r 1 a l 1 to ;'
ly half their number to the grave. They will keep us strong for many. many :' bugs and everything else drying \ V t .- : has l Bern filed aKaiii.- you :n the or 1I1.'n.rdun.k": l '.1, ''" 'j
that had to We have and well l = : .., il>?\e named Court and cauiand suxxl the ti't of millk'nv of u ,
had raised a crop so meager they years come. a strong I up for lack of water nnle>> and I) SI: I .: : you ae required "
'- to serve a\>> n(
to ration supplies. They existed on the equipped military force, ready to defend us : miles of forests burned to the I :I I -- ) I I \.d ; rl | y..ur.. answer or pleading t" the CREOMULSIONlehcves
inhabited both home and abroad. We have formof 1! ground for lack of rain. -.v' :, I plaint on the I'lantiffs
continent at
fringe of an untamed bysavages. a i I i II I Attorney, T Frank l.andrum. Coughs, Chest Colds Aiute Bronchi"

government unique in the world today. I I pass your good paper on tot 1 Break one. 9-ounce package con I 2 Coarsely chop and add I cup

Mat they did give thanks because, although Although an infant in terms of history, i five different families, all t'ugt'l"ly I densed saucepan.mincemeat Add li cup into water.a :-quart Heat I I died nutmeats fruit.and Add*4 I cup egg mixed well-beaten can ... .- -- '

they suffered hardships that wouldbe : has already proved to be the best of all exist j waiting their turn to read it. and stir until lumps are thoroughly I and one 15-ounce can sweetened fi
None of them luis; over seen that broken. Boil briskly one minute I condensed milk. Blend. IJ. 'rf I
considered unbearable: today, they still had ing forms of government for people who wishto I stirring constantly. Remove from ,, \
beautiful II III
land, Dixie, that 1 talk --- - -
heat. Cool. --
the prospect of living through another year rule themselves. Best of all, we still have I TI
!I so much about and the land that I ..te9 tst..
in the glorious freedom for which they had that priceless freedom for which the Pilgrims ,1 love-Florida \ i -- :

left Europe. gave thanks in 1621. i I I -Mrs. Florence Skcenslit. I ?7r :! ( fjj--- : : = r. jjik

Once again, this year, we celebrate Thanks- And $o this weeke all enjoy Thanksgiving 1, Georgetown. Pa I ,1---.J ...... I I II r _
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giving by a feast, in the traditional manner. dinner with our families and friends I "-J/ .. I I 4 r_
DealMr.. Matthews: To send cake as gift to friends t tr
We have far more reason to give thanks than But first we go to church and thank God for Your candidate I cover with double sheets of alumi HT *_ :;; ROLLA'HEAD
lost the election 3 Stir in *4 cup flour and 'j tea I num't\rap. -r .
had our Pilgrim forefathers so many years all the blessings lie has bestowed upon us. but your open and above board' spoon baking soda until just blendI I r J j .y..

loyalty to ed. Do not over-mix.. Grease 9<4dI I A/flic Fruit, Cake ifthrif'y s-t 1 .. 1.
I I I party was fine. I nt\\'r' inch loaf pan line with v.axedpaI I I 2 *j\s' Saesli'tieand eatper -ftlJ '
Starke Established As i
Overnight StopWith read clearer or better editorials. i! ; grease again. Pour in miIUre.I mane And ;1 -_
i Some of my reasons for voting I] Bake in 350 F. oven, IVi hours or I it's so-o-o GOOD! \\

the erection and completion of new Starke will benefit from this increase 1 11'''for a change were: I II lightly until center touched springs with finger.back when -J... :

motor courts becoming a regular procedurein motor courts. Folks stopped for the night Twenty years for each side I .j ,.... ,I

the county, we gladly salute this fast mu:-t be fed, entertained and equipped with I makes a fair allotment to balancei I

growing industry. Highway 301 North of the incidentals necessary/ to travel. They i i and correct wrongs that will de- tacular song and dance numbers 'u,'::paint: nn. the Plaintiffs

Starke with its string of first-class motels may be on their way to the more glamorous ;j I velop in too long a time in office.Policies ', and 11 new tunes I AI M.tik.( .rn. .\ .Flur.d.i T.: Far: nk l..tndi.rl! INDIVIDUALLY MADE TOn fl)- /

will go farto encourage tourists to stop and areas in the state, but for the time being of either side get warped i iI ii Ethel Barrymore displays a ;ind file the original in flip offuf Y
and abused. We have been > the Clerk of the C'j'I> : i' isri u I FIT YOUR WINDOWS ;/< with of in I i run- great sense of humor in her -I i,ur before th? II
get acquainted advantages livingin they are our hands here in Bradford County 1- portrayal .
i fling on unsound business .
I methods. I of :22: da> .f I i I.
Starke or elsewhere in the County. andve have the chance to "sell them" onour Far too much extravagant headmistress of a fashionable ,,otherwise the aiL-!;arl .n-> ..: .,:> r j I ROLLA-MEAD Venetian Blinds
sptmling. -
1 t school for girls attended ','.>niilamtvui| i>r t.iin .> r i'i-
There i"an old rule in advertising that soction. It has happened many time< No persona'' business. big or b> Bing's daughter. tes.sed(jI. by you.

yon have to tnp 'em before you can sell before that a tourist has been outllrardhnund 1 little, could long exist si> doing. : young i: This notice shallif\ publish, d l I Choose from many decorator-inspired
I once each week for f"l:r < ni''!
'em". Before the recent building boom in only to divide that ho found, what he I n'ino.t.curc." from the cradle 1I I ," .rive weeks in the Bradford Ooun\. y( colors. They're all-metal to give you
Talking Mule
motels we had some fine accomodation.s for was looking for here. We have: the opportunity | to the grave makes for ease al.'oj !; I Ii Goes relegraphlMtt4 ttlll''< din. \ .11, :" long, trouble-free service. The exclusive

tourists::, but in our humble opinion there to sell thorn and \yo have the opportunity ) j indolence! Being: mere human To West Point '.i I'O.I: :!. one-piece bottom rail and snap-on tape
i(OFFICIAL SEAL) Than-.. '
beings, and mostly A. J t t : .
simply were not enough to establish the to erve thorn, and by our hospitality: :, the privileges are UDl'.gt'n\.rate.j In New Park Film : Clerk of the Circuit C'MUIRy : ... it I \ "" clamps make your Duchess Rolla-Head
i II Marian ,
area as a good overnight stopping place, with make them remember us kindly. I sterling character undermined I L Crosby" Deputy 11.::21 4t CI-iK 1.:::I I 1. .j:,,, Venetian Blinds so easy to clean I Easily
I I ;,,; ,, : removable flexible metal slats.
accommodations for a large number of Butel like to make one important observation !: Success is! not handed' out on a The third and most hilarious in Mirier. TO ('ItrJlnlllt! J;I .1. '

tourists.: Now with many fine new courts here and now, and that is to compliment 'isiher platter. It takes quite a bit I the series of talking-mule comedies. All p| ,TS..I'S having claim.01 .d}, For Free Estimates Call!
and others in the of effort I "Francis Goes to West Point" [nands against! the estate of 5t. pl| h-
built process of erectionthe both the old and the now tourist -even laborto ach"ive. | 'nAndrew" Weldon, deceased sirhrrrby .

mimbor of tourists that can be com court owners on their selection: of this area I feel there are many other ica- will this be seen at the Park Theatre ;;I I II heir rlaimI'i notified I and the required...ffhof t" fil.tli"oiintv -. GASSETT EXCHANGE STORE

fortably quartered is greatly increased. for their business: : operations. They have son.5; that the Democrats should I Sunday and Monday. "ii) Judge of Bradford fount .

There is much more likelihood of travelers faith in what they are doing, or they wouldn't }will give! surely the other take party BOTH a try ALLI i shares Once again Donald O'Connor ;|Florida Starke in, Florida the County within Court eight Hourit .al- ]Phone 207-W :Starke.; hla..r .
and starring honors with the
stopping overnight now, and with it the op back it up with their money. Good luck and radar first months: from the date of the,
publication of
working together if these perilous; famous mule. Two bright feminine notiie. ithe
portunity to "sell them". good fortune to each and every one of them. :j times can be solved same will become void ai <'"rd-I
I pt'lc"ith- personalities provide romance inc i i to law. This Xn\'t"mh'r 12th:::
I II I out the U. S. \. sharing in the de- and beauty to form a set- ..,::: '
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77ieH Bomb Has ArrivedWho 1',1 1 It' !J"I :
t \' +-tatitJn and' sorrows of the mat : ting for the antics of Francis. \I '". "' .1' \. .
jorily I I of the iI I ,. 'Hilr Rtii1iFoi'
destiny; The U. S :Military: Academy at .... JloHlrl1 \
could restrain a shudder last week as as thfe ability of planes or ships: to deliver ton c.: ls to great duty and privilege! West Point forms the colorful 1 I (

the Atomic Energy Commission guardedly target. :Military planners both U. S. and as; leaders: in this criwade to save background and football fighter .

admitted that the United States had Russian the world from slavery. God I
successfully are more interested now in the Pray prominently in the plot. -

completed a 'hydrogqn' explosion on means of carrying bombs to the enemy target : wo nu y not fail. I The story begins as Donald re- i

November 1 at Eniwetok Atoll in the Pacific and Sincerely your friend t I I
defending their own target, than May; Dickons[ I ceives a West Point appointment ClwistlllilS !
Ocean? The heat of the blast: was felt up to in the additional size of bombs with nuclear because of his alertness in expo- ----- -

35 miles away, and the explosion was described power. Bing Is CoStarredWith ing a plot b}' saboteurs to destroyan By "S/ior///

by one observer as having ten times The hydrogen bomb does not, the experts atom plant. Laughs get underway ,,

the brightness of the sun. say, end the need for land armies. Bombs: Jane Wyman when Francis follows him I Ii

The scientists: toll us that the H-bomb is can lay waste, but not take possession of a In 'Just For You'"Just and the soon becomes the mascot of ,i

just the reverse of an A-bomb in its processof military objective. They can impede but football team.

releasing energy. The A-bomb is a nuclear cannot halt large advancing armies. for You" a new technicolor

fission weapon, while the H-bomb is a'nuclear There is some question in military musical romance starring Large Tract Sold SAVE WORK
fusion weapon. The blast of the first comes as to the effectiveness of such a fantastically ,',: will Bing Crosby and Jane Wyman, I I' Near New River I t I 1 \

from the broak-up of atoms ; while the force destructive force. It is argued that occupy the screen at the \
of the Cl\UlI from the fusion of Theatre this Sunday and' Mi, and Mrs R. S. Johns of
si comes hydrogen regular A-bombs are destructive enough to : Monday. .
II I 1 lake Butler have sold
nuclei.A do whatever needs to be done in time of a large
war Bing right in his element
I asI Hart of land at New River
hydrogen bomb, it is said needs art atom to wipe out I I: containing Q
large military production centers i the successful TIME
1 composerproduceri ;: : more than 300 acres, tc and fix the hood SAVE
bomb to set it off. Thus an H-bomb was not and that i whose
no greater force is nece"ary'or private life is a failure as r. T Thomas. D. L. Thomas, and it SUPS"It's
possible until a large-sized A-bomb hf.d been l practicable.The j' far as his two fen-age children I,II Lavern Outlaw. The consideration I j

perfected. The normal atomic-fission bombis arrival of the H-bomb does. however, I;, are concerned. A widower for I:, was 15500.. ----

needed to trigger the much more powerful }point up the need for drastic improvement ,i many years he had neglected the | Mr. and Mrs Roland M. Stuart often the Httle unseen flaws

hydrogen fusion bomb because the latter will in the continental defenses of the United children while devoting himself ;j I/ have sold a furnished home in that cause motoringiorries.! .
not go off except at temperatures that onlyan Stales. If an enemy, that may soon also : to mous.the business of becoming fa-\\ Slarke Hwights Replat to Mr. and \\ hilt. ser\i j< in;j )aur (car we relies SAVE $70.00 !

A-blast can produce.All have the H-bomb, is to bo dissuaded from l I The problems that confront him ; hs.1.. A. Payne.orlcl e you of those annoyance*.

this, of course, staggers the imagina- t the temptation of a sneak attack, the presentn'iiotoogood : when he decides to marry musi- I j TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLBBY
tion of the layman. We simply cannot : 10rrcvu
con- warning and I interceptions cal comedy star Jane Wyman form i In Circuit Court,
I( llrnilfiinl County.
ceive of such terrifying forces in action. A'm of the American continent must be the hilarious background for spec- I I'liiridn: In ( linnets,
j .M'"ni. 5Critlui i, I'l.immf .
Even the contemplation of such matters broatly \ -
improved.Washington I ,"lai.i I I
might somewhat spoil our Thanksgiving season a new bath. I think of the changes j l..f"lIel"n'a; -.' X ,i. '':,"c<)
correspondent Neal
Stanfordobserves '.. Sales & Service
: brought about by electricity and Notl '" .\pprir.T" .
had not the hydrogen explosion been that "Actuallwhat the H-bomb 'I'j : Clara Vitl.n.: whose. !> .nh! .
;good roads. and addre.. I i- ,',". \\",. ,
quickly followed by reassuring words from spotlights is that the world i is fast mastering 1 have my turkey for Thanks- Stri-rt. Hninx X rlt'ark.. -t I 'IM 1 IAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAA 'S P lit :,

those who are supposed to know about such its control You are hereby notified that
of a
the physical elements, but is ':1\ iug. It is in the deep freezer i suit for Kai:>er Frazer Henry.JDE.LEHSHIP

things. Hydrogen bombs, they tell us, are not making equal progress in learning t heart and coat $10. I plan to stuff it IH\nn ...and lat'fn! ..:1..M, : I
cause neither for panic nor for the numbness of political and social cooperation." For with oyster dressing. Have mashed sep.irat been| tiled!i agreementhas against you in the II

to mind and fatalism that often alternate ample! proof of this one has only to observe potatoes, orange-glaze sweet i you above are named required Court to serve and eau a '>.e.py and of Temple Ave. Ph. 32 AUTOMATIC i iI

with panic in this harassed age. It i is not th,' rocrnt disheartening negotiations in our potatoes creamed onions cranVmes. I' your answer or "I"al1i'-:: .> th-- I II I

overwhelmingly different, they say than the United Nations conferences. giblet gr.1red apples I II I

A-bomb except that it can devastate an area In this year of 1932 our Thanksgiving tlad. pumpkin pie and coffee. I ECONOMATAGITATOR I I I

of perhaps ten miles square, as comparedwith prayer might well be that all future dif- will set the table in the dining

the atom-bomb's two miles.: .Vivhcvs room with my good china. Just
between nations What Made Our
may be settled Inl' .- a feast for my men folks. I will I
Any bomb, they remind us, is only as good f \ rather than by H-bomb. make homemade hot rolls too and $ -

-- :\:ithe fresh churned butter Nation Great ? I
\ mp.athy for all 1
:--- grieving and uf
s and preserves I have made. I WASHER

!u-'ing humanity. Only! the Lord ?h.i\e many kinds of preserves. I -

r oses the colors of our life if urn .\...PI.F.I.n

<> let Him. Only a few more 4 firm tart apples Social welfare programs did.;' ::7.;:;r.

-Mr* on earth and we shall face 11-2:: cup sugar America great, but a free politico! ar-: ---- ___ -

'ii great unknown. I want to be 1-1 tsp.! salt economic system that contributed .mix.: 4iiff mai? I fu ______

ready and happy to 1-2: cup red cinnamon candies t ''T1..m' wa,ht, I ,i '
6'1 Lara gurqessAfohrPOHCA. go to meet individual Small Dfiun
3: greater enterprise
ir.y Lord. But while here cups \ .,,"\IU", dr. stnd shuts H"tlf;
WEAR.==-- bone all to be l kind and helpful.want Pare and core apples I leave Our Capitalistic System is standing: on o3!, all audnnatu.alls'! And it Payment Kaxy
Kindness apples whole. Set carefully in costs $0.00 less than the
Wherein I plan for TltanKgiving is the oil that makes kettle Make the threshold of an era in which it cca automatic washer. Terms
dinner, I meditate on how piness. Only when our loom is the world run smooth. Kindness a su- average

God plans our Ihes: I help bury silent and our time on earth i is wisd.U. There is:; none in life but is :i ear. salt and red drops. You can yield even greater rewards advantages Exclusive and Miracle Bendix Agitator VTondertub only I .95
what needs IH? red cake coloring and ab'it and opportunities to increasing millionsof get $13 9
another Veteran. it
done, will we all know the reason and may le arm. of clothes cleaner with a new
Kindness: is something we receive cinnamon instead. Cook apples An:ericars. That is one of the reaonswhy washing action, with less
My life is but a weaving why. Life is such a mystery. A and in order slowly in this syrup turn and
I, to keep it we must the'ene: -Jes of the American: way of wear and tear'Actually !
Between my Lord and ire, I> beautiful mystery and our Sav pa=j it on. Let us all pass kindness gaze: evenly. Cover pan. Drain it pays for itself
I cannot choose the colors :, iour holds the key. I went with on. :and chill. Stuff center with cottage life are so bent: upon destroying it. They with economical, work free e

He worketh steadily, Don away out in the country to HELPFUL: : cheese and chopped peppers. can't compete with it'' home washing. Call t tor a s I
Oft times he brings me sorrow pick up the body of a War II veteran spot : Rub ordinary if liked My men do not like the FREE demonstration in Four

And in foolish pride who had hanged himself out ;.int-s before remover on soiled neck- peppeis. Serve cold on lettuce borne. wutatctrtre '

Forget he sees the upperAnd in the woods."e buried his vent washing. This sol- leaves. I!I
remotes bedded We Must Not Discard a System Which Through
: dirt
younger brother week and When you read this another MIRACLE AGITATOR" ACTION JTOMAflC WASHER
I, the under sidt'oNot : a or so reir.oves that ,
treak. Put a few Trial and Error Is Just Waking up to Its
until the loom is silent npo. who wa killed in Korea. It drops of lemon Thanksgiving day will have pa=.= '
And the shuttles cease to fly was just dusk when we drove chopper before juice in the food ed. I shall say my prayer with Greater Obligations and Possibilities! PLUS EXCLUSIVE

Shall God unroll the canvas > through the hog lot down a lane: raisins. They grinding dates or more reverence than ever this ACTUALLY SQUEEZES CLOTHES DAMP DRYI

And explain the reason why. through a corn stubble and ewire to set your will not stick. Be year. We do have so much to be
The dark threads are so needfulIn he lay along side the fence where :: a pan of water. I put mine tree in in a thankful for. Use Your Bank Champion of Your Liberties. EASY TERMS! LIBERAL ALLOWANCES COME IN NOw!

the weaver's skillful hand the sheriff had cut him down. pail of water the Our Father we thank Thee.

As the threads of gold and silverIn He was a young man la his thirties ,.I'it home. I have a minute holder I I bring: Bless:; this food to our use: and BENDIX HOMI AMUANCIS 0 I < AVCQ M . ?

the pattern he hath planned. After we had him dressed 1, anJ the tree stands made us in Thy service. Help us to be

Unkown. and in his casket. he looked s o, '! a ate. Tree in a kettle of kind understanding and more -t1

peaceful and smiling. As I lookedat 1 I avoids: danger does of not fires.dry out and thankful each passing year In wFLORIDA BANK at STARKEillemotr WINKLER ELECTRIC \SERVICE

Time is a weaver of our lives him. I pondered on the great: CLAY HILL: Nice letter Jesus name AMEN nr.111

with God standing in the shadowto mysteries of life. The why ol : Daisy Lang. She from I am thinking of eter}or.1of t1gY1r.ra wW ,
| is
tell us the pattern. Sometimes very busy with you. and God bless and J'to'ida Ilaltonat
wars and suicides. The heart in'e n the usual chores. They keep you roui PHONE 166
we weave sorrow. sometimes hap putting my dear friends and readers
just turned over in a wave ol t water in the house and planninj!5 LOVE LURA fypE 222-224: Temple Ave. U. S. 301 Starke, Fla


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Van D. Pate!, local restaurant ... t
operator for the past 11 years in HAs I see it, General Eisenhower.s most i im- : "General Eisenhower's most important job, as I I P' .4
Starke, has retired. "Van", as he : }1Ol.tant job is to help prevent a recurrance of the E see it today, after he has won the election, is to .4 I. most important job for General Ike i is tobring

is familiarly known to his friends, : depression years we had during the last Repub- : work toward world peace, i if he goes to Korea, and 4. peace and harmony to America. Many voted i

came to Starke from Chipley, in liean Administration This was worse than any i : work out an honorable 1 peace for the United .4 i E for him with the confidence that his trip to Korea

eral 1941 restaurants and opened and at Kingsley operated: Lake sev- E thing we have undergone during the past twenty 3 : State 3 would stop the fighting. If he succeeds in bringing :

and Starke. ,em.s. -4-4 "We all know that to stop the fighting in Korea I ,I. peace, it will not be by his! trip to Korea, but
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Van's story is a typical one of I "Diplomaticalh-' he seems to be well liked by a i is not so simple as it might seem, but 1 hope 1 the > b y. I looking for peace from its true source-the -4
the self-made man. He was born I E large number of leaders of other countries and i : General ran make some worthwhile recommemla- .4' > Prince of Peace. By removing the wickedness in 3

and educated in Bombay, India,I i should not be bothered by any aggression from I.4 : tions that will he u efulfter he hag made his I our government, the way to peace and harmony
and taught grade school in the -4 .. "
\\ill]) be
t paved. -4
village of Babin, District Surat, many of them j. inspection our.4 .
near Bombay for two years. In ..4.. .4... : ....
1910 he came to America and set- ;. .4 ... .4.4 p. -4
for five years. During his stay in I
Los Angeles he was employed as
bell-boy in a large hotel. He then
went to New York where he remained -
for a year. lie had a''
serious' illness and was advised by \
doctors to work out in the open. !

And restaurant that is business.how he pot He into obtained the :i A NICE THANKSGIVING TURKEY HAS BEEN AWARDED% TO EACH OF THE ABOVE WINNERS%'

his own cook house joined a
and spent seven years travel
ing all over the United States.
to Starke in \;
Van recalls coming

1920,there,time and the as only he remembfrs paved streets, at I( CORRECT SOLUTION OF PUZZLE GIVEN BELOW( -

were Walnut, Cherry and
Call. I
In 1923 he moved to Florida and I
married Alma Lee Bankston of
Chipley, After operating restau-I 7
rants in Punta Gorda, Panama
Chipley and remained for 14 ...4r
years. Here he became well known -4
for his unusual hamburgers served .4
with Chili sauce. 4 4

When,business after asked 35, Mr.years about Patel in the his said restaurant retirement "It's--j Charley E. Johns Agency Alvarez Store The Farmers' SupplyGreen's 4 4 4 4 4

the first time in my life I've been 4
in a position to relax and it sure- 4 4
feels good. I've looked forwardto 4
ly this for a long time, and I planto Central Florida Gas & Co. 4 4
just sit back and take it easy." Appliance Western Auto Associate Store Grocery & Market 4
Mr Patel lives in his home on -44
North Temple Avenue with his -
daughters June, who is employedat -...

school and Humphreys Gunga here., who He Gold is has in two Corporation Junior married High, Koch DrugStore Harold C. Wall Agency Conway's Service Station 4 4 4 4

daughters Margie who )lives in ...
Washington, D. C., where she is -4 4
employed with the U. S. CoastGuard 4

Jacksonville.Mr. and .Dorothy, who lives in New Method CleanersTuck's Starke Hardware Co.Stern's Cook's Grocery & Market 4 4 4

Patel would like to expresshis 4
gratitude to his many friendsin -4
Starke for their kindness and -4 4

he patronage Mr.has and been Mrs.throughout in business Ralph Yarbray the here.years of I Auto Cafe Texaco Station Gem Jewelry Ed Simpson 4 4 4 4

Jacksonville, purchased the restaurant 4
October 25, and it will con- 4

Van's tinue to Cafe.HEILBRONN operate. under the name of I II I Dowling Motor Sales, Inc. Olson Warren Kelvinator Dist. Libby Sales & Service 4 4 4

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by Marian NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Noegel Bros. Auto Sales Starke Generator & Starter Works Williams Jewelry -4 4 4 4 4

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Those visiting our church Sunday 4

Pine Crosby night Level and were, Mr.Larry Wesley and and Mrs McRae Sherry Tate of Guidon Grill S. R. Johns Grocery Thomas Truck Terminal & Restaurant 4 4 4 4

Crosby and Barbara Jean Norman 4 4
of Bayless Highway 4

sonville.Norman Sorry to is in know the that hospital Mrs.in Buddy Jack C E. T. Shull Plumbing & Heating Hart Furniture Co, Conner & Gay Insurance Agency -4 4 44 4

Mrs. R. L. Clemons entertained 4
a group of young people Saturday ]i. t 4
night with weiner roast. 4

casion.About 20 guests enjoyed this oc Gib Brown's Service Station Chas. C. Shepherd Radio & TV Edwards Grocery & Meats 4 4 4

Mrs. Richard Clark and sister. 4 4
Mrs. Sasser attended church 4
services here Sunday night. 4

Mr.this of Live and community Mrs.Oak visited Mack and Carmichael relativesin attended- Hardy Brothers Motor Co. Starke Builders Supplies Earl's Garage 4 4 4 4

church services here Sunday. .-..4
Mr and Mrs. Morris Carter I -4
and son, Morris Jr.. have just 4

returned in Virginia.from a visit with relatives i'I i Foreman & Colsen Sunoco Service Lawson's Market & Cold Storage Barksdale's Dept. Store 4 4 4

Norman 4
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
and daughter, Linda, recently visited 4
and daughterinlaw 4
their son 4

,, Mr.at Heilbronn Hampton.The and Mrs..PTA Marklee met Norman last- Denmark Furniture Co. Volley Starling's Grocery C. H. Driggers Furniture Co. 4 4 4 4 4'i

Thursday night at the school. T. 4
N Norman presided in the absence r 4 4
of the piesident. After a

hour short and business refreshments meeting were a social en I Andrews Motor Co. Bradford County Telegraph 4 4 4


Recent Births

Seaman 3-c and Mrs. E. L.
Burton of Temple avenue an- .
nounce the birth of a daughter, 4
Deborah Sue, on Friday, Nov.
21, in the Jacksonville Naval Hos-

pital. ...

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At District Meet \1. "....nii-t "'. S. CS.. cirhOld -I Wed Phil Shuford I, I li.riila 1 :l 1'\\.1.-In Ihanrrrt.Ha: l i- !

.It. their December E. t..ht'lh Barn-l': ,
I June 1\ t'..- .,
'I'l'eY.. T. Weeks Chapter t the following home- ,..,.i't' ..TO Ipprar.I "1

U.D.C. will be hostess at the District -' :15 S .Z 1 will meet Tuesday I.,
II meeting Wednesday, Dec. CaIdweII .; ,, ( '- 10 o'clock-at the '101' : .. \

Gladys :Mooty :3. at 10 a.m. in the Woman's :: -- '! \\ H. Smith. int... !

Phone ::35sflflpflsflflflflflflsfl :I Club. Presiding will be Mrs. M. I 1 -.: > :. : will meet \,1: : \ a\: -

I C. Moore of Jacksonville, districtpresident. A n va-sz '.. ''Mi-1.11 at 3 c' ,x :.... :::011.) '

flans ra-ssssss-r--nn4 I' '! M i 1'' -. r.: K. Per; .. r

-v i '.' lo :r will .
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Mrs M. Wittichen of Miami Lieut. I'i-' {,
,.. '!' at 3:30: o\ iiMrs. ,
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newh elected president of the I .
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A. J
Florida Division, will be guest of t.- I'.
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_honor. and other State officers Edwards iWY S t.xecutive I -{ i'

t will be present. j Board "
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Members from the seven Jacksonville !
Chapters, Macclenny, and I Exchange w -,,, I' \\f-v', ', :fl';'ti\'e, Club111 Board meeting of' \ i :'hl-. : k k'T

will attend the meeting. V meet II ". .I . "
Palatka I : I'. '. ; .J : t ,, -
Nancy the : i'ternoon. Dc. 4. at !!/1 I I.q"It.:: ?
served in
will be
Luncheon _
iii I Vows '1 !k i in the dub house. I .> ., N
Methodist Educational building at \ I in:1OHM
of the ( 'I i U. <1' M.> \ 3F
/Jb Members
Ruth 12'30 Florida i!",
asked IncomeAt Py MarS 1. ,'. ,
\\ T Weeks Chapter fire 'I -l j 'f'\!

d.37Wyllys I to make reservations for the -ip: New High Mark .14Mr. 11 :> lTO

luncheon by Monday. I -i I 'cOTII'i AIn PPIR ,
I December meetingof '" : Ms.! Floridian! earned Circuit Ourti llrndford t' The regular
I 9 : IB 'h8n't'rT
Weds the W. T. Weeks Chapter will -,. 'i I use of $3.801.000.000H and Mrs. Ray Pu .<;' t Yix-! i 'a-per' L. Kranke, Plaint.t : -
be held at 2u30 following the district \ I' touching a new high er announce the engaI'.t.t"iapproaching ; Mayola: C. Kranke, Defend.tnCase -

meeting in the club house. .,cI ".1' ,I It 1 m
George !' : \H'|" j p)' ]('0-!. I I daughter. Wanda Faye. :". Philip \.'ifr, Ti .pp.ar.
To: Mayola C. Kranke 'Ia'
I li.e,
ca: : mugs of Floridians ,I Craig Shuford of Palatka. son
Junior Club residence and address is 1i: M!
k fi'i-i til sources in 10r! was 13 of Mr. and Mrs. John Sidne' Shu- : .t

RobertsJr. To Meet Monday I A wedding of beauty and simplicity brown accessories!; a I\.i\.j a corsi;; ;.,p '"vi!, tent above 1 f.II 0. paralleling ford of Lawtey. land.tingly Avenue Indian Heat! :M! t.

was solemnized at 7:30: bionze I"P'.t1!'-. I i'ie'; national hu-ieise.! Miss Yoder graduated from .
| Y"I' ::1: >' h.\ 'fit .1.1tit !
The regular meeting of the 'clock Saturday evening, November -j Following the wedding. a le-J;1 C'ol11ptrednth 19 tO. Florid- high school in Moore Haven anti f.>rI".i

:I Junior Woman's Club will be held 15, when Miss June Caldwell. ception was held in tin- raii.-h lans: earned 322 per cent n'ore I attended Stetson University, where has l!1"11. ', fil-il.. ,1 I lui.ii i !" t yn',1jt"

I I Monday evening Dec. 1, at 8 daughter of Mr. and :M"s.: Jamesl 1: House on Church street' honoring last \ eal'. Only three other States I she received her B. A. degree in >ve n.ui't ,il t'' .' t .1 .1'i t'.l'; '

( o'clock! in the Club building. L. Caldwell of the State Farm the couple. Forming the decorations showed a greater gain. The na- June, 1950. She is a member of yu inurn are _rr u'i iu'' 1'.1< i '!1.1...! s.,i-l rye np a t,. v

t Mrs. T. C. Hazen. Jr. is in became the bride of Lt. William were pedestal baski-Is of'j :'' increase, 1910 to UKil.; was Zeta Tau Alpha, social ?oroiit\ .. ... H.t "n t tinI'l, .ni"" ffs
\ I'-M. x /.I >] H Iti.ni '.,
1 charge! of the Christmas program H. Edwards. son of :Mr.: and Mrs. j while gladioli mums and pompenI I'I 220 per cent. and during her senior >ear ;.it h I I' ::1J,1.:, !." l.t h-

:. Kaeh: member is requested to W. H. Edwards of Orange Park. '' -rented with magnolia lea\'I s. I Ii I Ii I The total income of Floridians the University she served as \pie- l' .1... .
u .1 t if I It" "1 I-' i! 1 (tI.
,, bring a toy for the Florida Farm IeL A. Shepherd of the State i Greeting the guests at the door : accounted for 1.19 per cent of the ident of the Women's Panholcnu f' : ('I.th < I 't.., ru i
j Colony. Farm officiated at the candlelight I were Mrs. J. G. Godwin and Mr ;, j I income of all the people of the Association. For the past year and! n t-.r'" TI.
25!* day of IVi I'D I r. 1!9.,:
The following are hostesses: service in the First Presby- j I Junius M. Smith, and in the 1't'I I j'I nation in 1940. This Florida: )proI I a half she has been employd a.. .1 (h. .\ -r tit' a'I: I. :. .' II* f

Mrs. John Deas, chairman, Mrs. terian Church. 1! ('eiving line were members of the i I portion of national earning rose State Welfare Visitor with the I '. ,i' |,' lit U ill 1 I., : ftl .1-

.1 T. Stewart, Mrs. Vernon Silcox, Highlighting the altar of the 'wedding party and Mrs. Edwards 'I' to 1.60 in 1945. fell slightly after Department of Public Well\ UK, r. -'1'1"> .1- t.y noti>,I..'"u -I I. Ii! pi'

Mi'- J. T. Moore and Miss Louise 'jim'tuary were pedestal baskets and Mrs. Caldwell. Mrs. L. A. '! the war and. rising again, was Dist. 5, in Palatka. She i is a in.'ri- <"'Tl- t t ,,'h j K t <" '
'' W k- II thf I I'l: I'll i 'cm,i \
Stern. !in cascade arrangements of white 3hepherd and Mrs. II. it!. Ujehnvde 1.6 in both 1950 and 1951. ber of the Palatka Woman's Chi-) .Sf'I 'L\

sliid'di. mums and pompoms before invited guests to the bride's t... I and Beta Sigma Phi business I Dated this 26
\VMU To Observe a background of native bl,... i I theme from "Finlandia" and closed sorority. ,! 1952.

n-enery. Lighted white tapers in The bride's table was overlaid with Charles Gounod's "Sanc- Mr. Shuford graduated from (OFFICIM. M\TJ: .\ J. Th, 11!, -

Miss Nancy Ruth Wyllys, j ried a miniature bouquet likt- \Veek Of Prayer 'winched: candelabra, cast a soft with an Italian cutwork cloth and tus." Bradford High School. After serving -I By Marian Clt-ik L.,Crosby f the Circu't Deputy t't'., of'

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. theirs. I }'!mv over the sttt.'ng.: Nuptial j :entered with a thrl'e4jered't'll- I Committees planning this dis- 18 months with the U. S. Navyin 1128'| 4t 11 L '

Wyllys of Hastings became the The bride. who was given,; in i! The Week of Prayer for the : 'M<; e was rendered before the o'ing cake topped with miniature t' ict meeting were as follows: World War II. he entered the 1 \OTICK TO AIMT.U:

bride of George W. Roberts Jr. marriage bv her father, chose a Lottie Moon offering will be observed oor.'mony, by Mrs. E. M. Davis at wedding bells. Five-branched candelabra flowers. Pearle Colson: special University of Florida where he In Circuit C*.rt. Jlrmlford i ,>iinPl .

of Palatka, son of :Mr. and Mrs. gown of white nylon tulle over I by the Baptist W. M. U. the organ and Mrs. Garnita Parker -1 at each end of the<< table ,I gifts. Pauline Torode: door priz- received his lISA degree in 15 f 0. Everett.ri
George W. Roberts of Lawtey on bridal satin, with a fitted bodiceof Dec. 1 through Dec. 5.On :: soloist, who sang "Because" with burning white tapers flanked ': e;:, Mi'dred! Doyle: program cover He is a member of Alpha Tau man Flowers and Parthenu I

Sunday afternoon, Nov. 16 at Chantilly lace. The tiered fingertip Monday the members will .vi.l "I Love Thee". | the centerpiece. Silver compotes Mnryon Arnold; recital pro- Alpha, honorary fraternity. He i snow

4:30: o'clock in the Hastings Methodist veil of tulle was attachedto meet in the church at 2 o'clock. 1'1e.hli. e. who was given in held mints, nuts and itu'iviuual i i i getis! Loyiee Hartmann and serving his second term as ers his wife, Defendant.. ,
I I Ca :X. "
Church. a Juliet Chantilly lace cap, Tuesday, all circles are meeting 5.:.miage by her father, chose cakes. Mrs. T. A. ;\ a\\ n. Desta Dyal: seating arrangements. agriculture teacher in the Putnam {

Officiating at the double ring anl she carried a bouquet of cascading -I j I jointly for the Christmas so- ;her sister Miss Peggy Caldwell. I Jr. cut the bride's cake and Madge: Middleton: menu. Marga- High School in Palatka. He is a s..i.To.: Herman T0 "fI.-Flowers" and I .

ceremony was the Rev. J. W. sprays of tube roses and I cial and Week of Prayer in the r* maid of honor. Mj; :i Caldwell pouring punch were Mi3. .1. K !j I I ret Miller; distribution of favors, counselor for the Hi-Y there anti thenia Flowers, his wife. \\ !I.residence I.,

Gardner, pastor of the church. lilies of the valley, centered witha 1: Educational building at 3 o'clock. was gowned in a colonial stjle Vhastoen, ..Tiand Mrs. Ch'iUsiMeyers i i I ?lal''on Arnold. Ruth Simmons a member of the Palatka Jaycees.The : and is I'nk'
address : <
Mrs. E. D. Davis, organist, played purple-throated white orchid I I Wednesday night will be Week frock of forest green iridescent Mrs. J. W. Hitch kept Ihe j I I a.nl} }dna! Stone; making favors wedding will take place 1 !
a il
notif I
a program of nuptial music and and tied with French illusion and of Prayer program at the Prayer i a"eta. She wore a matching Juliet -, bride's book. Assisting in serving Pat lmbe. Thelma Dinkins. Shir- Dec. 21 at 4 o'clock in the afternoon suit You for are hereby i- it

accompanied the soloist, Mrs. maline. |j meeting with Mrs. M. F. Hazen cap with a short veil of green were Mrs. J. II. '-'II1C'l'it'f. Mm. .I.I l. y J'ollet. and Mildred Sapp; I' in the Methodist Church. : Foreclosure of mortalI :

C. Murray of Palatka. C'I I Folloing the ceremony, a reception -I' as program chairman. net and carried a cascade bouquet : C. Wallace, Mrs. E. C ITar.lm, 1 tvine ta ,s. Madge Middleton: Moore Haven. No invitations are I has been filed against y.m, 1 ir. I''
The bride chose her sister, Miss was held at the home of .if yellow j j i Mrs. II. M. Richardc. Mrs.: H. K.Tyus. ,MMgram. Mildred Sapp: registra- being sent, but all friends of the I "bnnam.d Court and ',111 i jI '
I I !t Thursday and Friday there will pompoms. you are required to s erve a i 1'\
Betty Ann Wyllys, as her maidof the brides' parents. Mrs. D. W. and Mrs. W. G. Sttng; (,. 1 'h ii. Desta Dyal. Ruth Broadway, couple are invited to attend the I your answer or pleading i I""' < i
j be a meeting at 2 o'clock in the Serving as best man for the I complaint on the I'll "
honor and Mrs. Vernon Sil- McElveen received at the low. and Green the following
guests church. bridegroom was George LaBl.ine I 7iaiaret; Miller Glayds : wedding and reception, : Attorney Green & flu.;
cox of Starke, sister of the bridegroom door and the bride's book was During the evening I.t :uulj I in ch irge of the punch bowl was the ceremony at the home
All women are urged to attend.NormanBradshaw of Pensacola and the ushers WE'reLt. Starke, Florida
as matron of honor. Brides- kept by Mrs. Willadeane Stephens I Mrs. Edwards left for a .wl ", lrfiyrec Ilartmann and the welcoming of th.> bride's parents. "I
Kenneth: Ca sels] of Fort Ben- ling-I and file the original In Ihpr
maids were Miss Nancy Maltby of Palatka. aunt of the bride. trip to points of interest in hostess was Della Rosen jthfe Clerk of the Circuit I f.'II
ning. Ga. and Jim Brown Godwin I
and Miss Caroyln Wyllys, sisterof I I Mrs. A. L. Maltby and trs. I Florida after which they will berg. Tax 1 or before the
ct the .State Farm.A Cigarette & day of December 1951': :
,1 I :
the bride. Viki Struth of Merrill Struth the bridegroom'saunt make their temporary home at I
to thank
club would like
The '
Jttarke, cousin of the bridegroom. served cake. Pouring punch, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Eradshawjof lovely gown of slipper satin Enterprise. Ala. near Camp Rueker'' I liie following people who helpedto I; Payments MadeI Complaint flth..rwlle will the be allegations taken u- '"..Id'f *.' I

was flower girl. were Mrs. Floyd Benton, Jr. of Dublin, Ga. announce the mar- and Chantilly lace was chosen bv ; where Lt. Edwards is stationed. | I ed by you.

Philip Shuford of Palatka served Jacksonville. Miss Molly Wt'inI -I riIge: of their daughter, Shirley, the bride for wr wedding. The The bride chose for traveling a make this event a succas*: C. J.I received $2,401.68 from i I This each notice week shall for four be puhh"-., ) I
R. Partin for the use of the school once rn'
as best man, and ushers were auer of Gainesville, and Mrs.' Her- '. to Morris E. Norman, son of Mrs. fitted satin bodice featured a yoke. beige suit complimented with I ,j I cigarette taxes collected in Sep- weeks In the Bradford Com > t i

Jack Hazen of Starke, Doug I bert Griffin and Miss Betty Lou J j M K. N unman and the late E. E. of Char.tllly; lace with self-covered.[green accessories and a corsage i The libraty Container: Mrs. Scoggins Corporation flowers of; tl'mbt'l'. A total of $1,422,702.69 I graph.Dated this 28 day of N>vt ..
collected in Florida from
Campbell of Palatka, Lee Malt- Rotenizer of Hastings. I Norman of Starke. uttons down the back and long I of white rose buds. I was 'i
America for the use of their equipment 1952.i .
by and Raymond Maltby of Hast- Others assisting in caring for| The wedding took place Satur- puckered sleeves which extended Lt. Edwards graduated from
I J.., A. I ,
i ; Chaplain Shepherdfor 'OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Y i i II '
!ngs. the guests were Mrs. Ansley Hall.Jday I e\ening. Nov. 22. at the First into noints ever the bride's hands. I Bradford High School attended Other towns in this area receivedthe I I Clerk of the Clr.-ui' ( ''"''I '

Folkston Ga. Her veil of illusion net fell arranging the organ concert ; following amounts: Brooker. Py Marian L. Crosby I>.-IMI'\ '
The honor attendants wore Mrs. C. C. Stanton and the Misses: Baptist parsonage in gracefully j Clemson College and graduated .
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Identical floor length gowns of Peggy Stanton, Mary Helen Ever- The ceremony was performed by to her fingertips from a : from the University of Florida. the Bradford County Telegraphfor i! $177.81 : Hampton. $';8.62; Law-

American Beauty nylon net over son Marianne Solano, Eloise I j Rev. Berger E. Howard before I tiara of pearlized orange blossoms. He is a member of Sigma Alpha I the memo pads and Bulling- tey, $139.92; Keystone Heights I ALL K1M)S OFI1CE SU1TUF'

taffeta with bouffant s\t 'tts nut Reid. and Joyce Stone. the immediate family. The bride carried a cascade bouquet Epsilon, social fraternity. '
I Sigma ton's Studio for the date books. $586.51; Lake Butler $727.74. : AT TIlE TEI.ECiUAl'HCoro's
lilted velveteen Jackets. Their After a short wedding trip the I The oung couple will reside in I of white rose buds. Pi, honorary forestry group and I

velveteen muffs and Priscilla caps! couple will reside in Palatka where Staike.r Mrs. Caldwell was attired in a Scabbard & Blade, national miliI !

were adorned with bronze chry- :Mr. Roberts is engaged in busi- I green crepe gown with black aceSOIie5 -I I tary honor society. I z. I
santhemums. The bridesmaidswore (' : : and wore a shoulder The bride graduated from Brad- (11m1al

similar gowns of emerald ness.Mrs.. Roberts is a graduate of r Garden Club corsage of yellow pompoms. ; ford High School and lived the !. p '
green with matching caps and the Hastings High School class''j i Plans Float The mother of the bridegroom I j past year and a half in Ventura I ,

muffs adorned with bronze chrysanthemums. of '52. After graduating from i I I selected a beige crepe dress with 1 Calif.

The flower girl's Bradford High School, Mr. Roberts I The Garden Club met Monday I I -1

dress matched those of the brides- I attended the University of I evpning at the Parish House on I Business And Professional Women Hold : U ,

maide in all details and she car Florida. Church street with 26 members Successful District I
Here I '
I Meeting
!: and guests present. Mrs. J. W. Sunday sparlling tliineslones
1f !Tiipi----:
!i Kiiicaid and Mrs. 0. L. Boasley I ; & CL,
f Eighty-five members of Dis-Rp.vc| her report to the District '
j were hostesses for the evcning'iMrs. seen even\ ere season -
I tricts 3 and 4 of the Florida Fed- [ Pho announced that organization .-'

-- p 'oram.; eration of Business and Profesof a new club, Hilliard-CaUahan. i iI q leautifully set necllaces and 1 '

I R. F. Young. president, I sional Women's Clubs met Sunday. ': \I.-. progressing with the help of : .
1 the business mceting. with the Starke earrings in flattering effective
Pre'ltled over group as host. ti-P: Fernandina club. I -
r- --- !, Mrs. J. A. Dixon- was elected--- Mrs. Dorothy Patterson of St. 1 ':'h" meeting recessed at 12 i 2_ designs-bracelets

I chairman of the Santa Claus Augustine District Director pre- a'cl.xk and members drove out I --

Guess the Scrub is swarming i I surrounded w ith kumquats. pompoms float. It was voted by the club side over the morning session in'' ((0 the: experimental tree farm ot''! : to match.
and leaves Lily Bridges I ( f'..
about now with more people than .
Italian in
to the
I plant Rye grass high school library. The Sa- nP Container Corporation of'I

game, but I haven't been able to j made a charming farmerette asj I I front of the Parish House. The lute to the Flagwas led by El- America on the Brooker Highway !
find anybody outside of Bill she received guests at the door.i '
next in December w'lll St.
meeting I eanor Young of Augustineand I wheie delicious barbecued
Graham who's shot anything spec I and among those donning dungarees -!j l he purely a social affair with no "The Star Spangled Banner" ,'liileii and spare ribs with all
tacular hear he bagged for the occasion: were Carleen!'
a1 I I business; attended to. The dedication -I was led by Dorothy Ford of .In? I trimmings were served. Mr

four-point buck and has his' Laudmm. Mary Lawson, and ; of the Christmas tree to b$ Gainesville.; I'and :Mrs. Tyler Jones prepared

good wife, Alyce, as a witness, so Hazel Matthews Elizabeth I I
II planted on the Court House The Welcome from the hostess I barbecue and benches and &"; \\i *
we'll all have to believe it Nasworthy, club president, presided -, II" I *- -
grounds will be held Dec. 5 at S club was given by its president ] tt.h'en'! placed among the :
Jack and Ben Hall had only a graciously as master of : !
( with music and Mildred with the .
p. m. appropriate Sapp response -mo trees with holly and green-

few ducks to show for their weekend i ceremonies Delano Thomas I t'PH'monThose wanting to purchase I by Mayme Van Horn of Gaines-i I ,.,.v ;\-, decorations.

in the field. Ho hum sure- and His Barnyard Bumpkins .
i Peace Roses. please con- ville. and the devotional was given I Kntcruinment was furnished'

ly hope some of the fellows bag I furnished music and comedy during -, 1H.t1'5.. J. D. Doyle by Monday. by Nelle O'Neal of St. Augustine. during the luncheon by Arley Me-1' I
enough birds to invite Aunt Carolyn the evening featuring the an- '
I> 1.1'he I Welch of
I tor. Secretary Rosemary 1 iie and his fhe-man string band. ,
out for a quail supper tics of comedian J. T Pollard. I :
\i hostesses served a salad liSt. Augustine called the roll a"'..; J Kev.: and :Mrs. L. A. Shepherd of .
Doesn't hurt while serious music was I
to hope I guess more
> course during the social hour. i Parliamentarian Ruth Hitch said : nie State Prison Farm werea
Among those heading home supplied by Mr. and Mrs. Tony
I quorum was present. I r",' ts and the iln'ocationas I
from school for the Thanksgiving I Gonzales and Tony's sister. Norma I
Minutes of the previous meet- ;:iven by Mr. Shepherd. '
W.O.W. Notice
holidays are Marcus Brown from Boots IV>-ton (Mrs. H. B,1 I
read and announcements I
lug were
i Betty Bigger, president of UKj ,
Emory at Atlanta, Billy Cressler the club's social chairman, was i ilarg.t'ly I '
I ., The regular WOW meeting wil j l' made] as follows: District meet- l tcti onville Club introduced past i I Ii It
from Emory at Oxford, aM responsible for the success !1'1' held Friday night at 7:30: ( o'cloci i ing in Lake City on Jan. 25, 19:>3, !stuie officers at this time in- I
Florence Brown from FSU I of this colorful event I
in the American Legion Hall, J. 0. with Wilhflmina Harvey of Key finding Ruth Rich of Jack.son.
Hear that Margaret Ann Phillipswas j Glad to hear that Doris Begue
(.':!>', secretary has Announced. West as speaker; District meetville\ and Vera Hall of West Palm
the proud winner of a $2.50 I, is getting along all right after her "
ing. April 26 in Jacksonville with Ht':1t'h. who is Chairman of StateAnna
book for the best poster in the serious injuries in an automobile ulously recovering Surely I
1 Brenner Myers of Miami !1'>-laws and amendments to local
Book-of-the-Week poster contest accident last week Her badly : '
was rough on Byron Newcomb to Beach as speaker. I jiUb laws. Several members in-1 i

Noted in a daily paper Tues- hurt knee will keep her laid-up receive a broken arm in the last 'I Vida Black of Lakeland State troduced guests whom they had

day that A-2c Robert Owen, next ; for some time yet. however second of the last game of the I 3rd Vice President. conducted a' ?ought.

of Kin, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Owenof Nice to know that Lucile Mitchell.in B-squad schedule Tuesday night i ,
flannel board workshop on "Build'ida Black gave the main ad-
Starke, was among the 11 the hospital is reported '
same of last week Hear that Ininan' which '
I ing Membership Ramparts. dress following luncheon on "Your1
crewmen on the Globemaster as getting along nicely 1 Green is now selling TV's at
I : j was very instructive as member- : Federation! Your Club and You" '
transport plane missing since Saturday Friends will also be glad to know Shepherd's .
ship stabilization is a problem to with ideas about using her
on a flight from Washington that John Uglow. Starke's "oldest" !I II .
i '
: Sullivan celebrated her every club. thoughts of the morning workshop
to Alaska from I
resident, returned home I711't I '
birthday anniversary last Madge Williams of Jacksonin each individual club.
Everything was there but the Alachua General Tuesday week1!'
I Saturday. and others this ville Beach spoke briefly on Civil Entertainment planned by the .
mooing of the cows and the crow- I Rita Robertson. who underwent a
i are Sara Hope IloUiday, Nov. 30; ,I Defense and stressed the idea that Jacksonville Club was postponed ,
iig of the roosters when the' last
minor in Gainesville
operation 'I
i: Richard Hobbs. Nov. 26; and Gerry any group which takes first aid as time was limited. Drawings !
Woman's Club went "back to th'I i week, is now home with her
i I Mooty will be three Nov. 29 I and the atomic supplement should were held for door prizes and the
barn" for a bounteous turkey snp-- mother Mrs. Collins at the State! I
I. Next week Elaine Strickland offer its services to local civil deafternoon' session closed with the I
per Thursday night of last weel: Farm .
i has a birthday on Dec. I, Anne :I fense directors and work with collect led by Louise Glennan of ,
Hay, pumpkins, pine cones, I \
I Another near-fatal accident
.. | oo- Matthews and Jimmie Warren" them when needed. Green Cove Springs. j
sugar cane and corn stalks decked ''cured last .1\ \
Saturday night when L Dec 3, and Randy Johns the -1th Resolutions Chairman Della \ Special entertainment was an I II
the auditorium in tradjUonafarmyard :1 l Mural and Eddie Gardner's .
cat Rosenberg of Starke was given' organ recital arranged by Chap- ROBERTS JEWELRY
style, while Elsie th 5! went off the Maxville I
overpass Well, so long Try not teat the names of members who had lain Shepherd in the All Souls
cow and a mother hen and he]r and dropped 40 feet both are
as much turkey as Tm planning suffered recent bereavements in | Chapel of the State Prison Farm \

biddies took over the stage .1 in St. Vincent's Hospital with I to eat or we'll both be order to prepare a Resolution of at Raiford and the program in- "Your Friendly Jeweler"

individual tables held centerpiece:broken necks, bruises, dislocated I sick! sympathy. I cliK'ed Franz Schubert's "Ave

of candles stuck in empty bottles i,j shoulders, etc., but are mirac- Carolyn Reports. of club presidents were [I Maria", Johanna Brahms' "Hun- I PHONE 260 STARKE

given "d Dorothy Patterson j I garian Dance", Jean Sibelius'

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:Mr. and :Mrs. Peter Kourous Dr. and Mrs : :: M. -miIn.. E F I K: m i I!
i and Mrs. R. C. Weaver of Miami Jacksonville were Hi'Kwuod' : ait .-pt'/HIII1"/ : Tn : I c c c c c cTvac crQ
j were weekend guests of :Mr. and nf Dr. and Mrs. H. uivrj; with Mrs. Renni.''.- '\.U{>:, c
P&r,6C J Mrs Hogtin Smith. Mrs. Smithand '! Friends of Mrs Mrs. A. F. Sauls and Mr. Sauls. f GENERAL ELECTRIC
1 her guests spent last Fridayin 1 \\iil regret to hear ; ,, Mr. and Mrs. Z. A. Geigtr <.! J
Quitman Ga. ,, confined in the :I, teen Cove Springs were overnight: :
lN THE NEWS I I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cole and hospital. g'jests( last Friday of Mr. and tits
1 children spent the weekend in I Miss Minnie lle ; J..n. Doyle. FROM liB
4" I Charleston, S. C.'lsltin.. Mrs.Colo's weekend guests :Tr. iii.d Mrs. Milton St. P u r Gifts Grill's L

/ Mr. and Mn. B. T. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. \V. G. Haile: Jr.i! : brother-in-law and sister; 1 James M. Jacobs ''and family and Miss Beryl Holland l g __....___ lYIC >>
daughter, Elouise Mr. and Mrs. i and three children and Jack Haileof I' Mr. and Mrs. Emmett 1'1 ben f bara Rawson and I :fief Gainesville! are Thanksgiving: ,, J
Jack Hazen, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Miami are visiting the senior and family.Mr. i j of Fort Lauderdale 1 guess of the Harry Mootys I t)' '------------------------------------ --------,------
and Mrs. M. C. Wells the U. of F.-Miami Mr. and Mrs. Noel lardy fl' I II Q
Outlaw and Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Hades from \Yednesday to Sun-I were, : Make Your Gift
Pompano Beach spent the week- I j This Christmas Practical
Thomas and children are spendingthe in Jacksonville last Saturday. urday. I I I"I And
Thanksgiving weekend at day.Mr.. and Mrs. C. W. Herlong of I. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. John W. Mrs. I. G. Harris l'ndith Mrs. Hardy's motlu-i \} Useful By
Giving General
Mrs. A. L. Sr and Electric Products
Griffin in Ochkvknee. Ga. were in Rroxton. Crosby. at-I
1 their camp on Kerr Lake. Jacksonville and Mrs. S. E. Foy overThanksgiving #
Mrs. F. F. visiting Mrs. Harris' tended the Florida liallli to >tbal! b" ,----- ..- -
Stump -----
Thanksgiving are ---
Mr and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of of Lake City are spending ------------------------- q
with Dr. M. B. Herlong, ,Mrs. R T Fowler and children and md Mrs. Erie L. i game.
Tampa are spending Thanksgivingwith Mrs Joe ,:, 1. M. Gaines and Mrs: I Uuln: AN ARRAY OF ITEMS
Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. :Mrs Carrie Adams and Mr. and Miss Lillian Stump who joined Gray << CHOOSE FROM
stork shower last Johns spent several days last week
them Wednesday night.
J W Kincaid. I Mrs W. F. Herlong. .
for Mr-! E. L. in Tavares on a nursery hu; Illtip. '
(;i. E.:
b :
Burton unexpectedly (I. E. a

Save Many Pennies baby loVfly hospital] daughter gifts on that that, the day ]] 'i!spending and L Mrs.E. Bobzjn several Titus Olson.of months Tamil\\ith La.M.!i ii i-;'
at the party until .: Mr. from the hospital on ,,316 spending Thanksgiving: in l lfi {\
On Everything At Mi I r. and Mrs. (' Brunswick, Ga with Mr. and Mr- | << I si MM\M:
Jacksonville were 'J. O. Deaver. a
of ;Mr- Maxie CarG. Mr. and MI's. Frank Ca is spending several < Auburndale spent the fir-t o: :
Scrub hunting. the week visiting the Lawson fainnay. %* Travel Irons
I }
Rev and Mrs. r l .
PLUMP TENDER DEEP BREASTED Avoca, N. Y are | M:'. and Mrs. J. A. Hu-ld ,m.l''' I Ironmaster I
(;i. E.TripleWhip. ;
t Thanksgiving holiday II""aby and Mrs. Mae Jones of Jarksonvilie ? i'
.f > Mrs M L. Lawson ,( are spondirg Thankafiivin,; 6
: "j Mr and Mrs. W. 'with Dr. and Mrs.V. E. Middleton Mixers I Sl'XHKAM: )
? TURKEYSGRADE and daughters left rl 'I!'. and Mrs Fred Leonhaid of' 6)
Atl.-inta Ga. to ;, Church street\ mo'ed'I.lst'l'k t"i (;. E.; I Shavemaster I
weekendith i Keystone Heights. b
par'nts.II'. and :; ;,11-. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson took Portable Mixers SI I\HK\M: I <4
GravesT their son. Bruce to Jacksonville:
A ih Ib' 1k: Plant '* 'I la 4 Thursday for a check up. (;. E. CoffeemastersrXHKAM ifif
HENS 59C TOMS S3C Winter Park weie! : Mrs.; J. L. Anderson Jr. is taking
QUICK FROZEN of Mr and Mi- (; In r son. Mike, to Hope Haven on Automatic Roasters I : )
remained I tm i i >t' MondayWednesdays! and Fnda\-:
Dressed & Drawn the Dukes. t.", tn;alments.lt .
E (;i. E.: I Toastmaster
\1 s E. I) White ivturn.-d l toUP ;
(; !mi ((,:\. after spending sen'rJI''
Ready to EatPICNICS --D \\,1 1 iv. with her aunt. Mrs. W F.i Automatic :Toasters I
f'f (1.. It.'nlit ; << Electric Fryrytes i
Super Right Ib 39c T M EATBSTARKE '\i .indI s. J. R. Harding of1 I (; .
L 1h} >I. .\"'1"t re ivcent gue-ts of Grill !
:Mr II:" :Mrs Tom Harding.Mi Sandwich and Electric Ovenette
Y4 Dressed and Drawn Fri., Sat.o : K, F. Hall and Mrs Sid l
BIG DOUBLE sluitnrdre! in Gainesville on
Frozen Ib ll'cdnc\ -dav.! : Waffle Iron Electric Heaters
HENS Quick 49c THE LADY :Mrs H. P. Moye and Joy Cooper %
(If 01 land,) are Thanksgiving weekend G. E. I'OKTHI.K

Hard Corn Fed Fresh Dressed and Drawn OFF \--\\omb.guests of Mr. and Mrs.' G. S. Small Waffle Irons.;! Radios & Record PlayersComplete
\\ith Linda :,1'iand Mrs. Pete Re\ s .
f fa. Grade
I, baby of Jacksonville were visiting TTTTTTTTT1
Family Size Boneless Cooked :AM :Mr ;and Mrs. J. S. Rapp last Sat- Line Of General Electric Clocks
HAMS unlay.

HAMS 6 3-416 can $6-9g STAGE TO 1 I daughters:Mr anti| were Mrs in J. Immokalee M. Vickeiand' Ga.
8 to 12 Ibs. last \\'l''lt'isiting Mr and :Mis <<
With Whip \ W.1.: Littlefield. The Vickers |_COMPLETE LINE OF LOCKFR SUPPLIES .. You Name i it1/
(,b. Armours will also spend this long weekend |< We
59' PinCartoon and with relatives in Folk-ton :and Have It I

WEINERS Ih cello 49c Serial I, Fitzgerald, C.a.Mrs. .
Sun.. :Mon.. Mattie Gahagan is spending << USE OUR LAY AWAY PLAN FOR CHRISTMAS
-en'ral'l>('ks with her family
9Favorite ? oW: D in Hllfft: n. :R. C. and Sa\annah. Fixin's for Fine Feasting FRANCIS Ca. |ALSO COMPLETE LINE OF G. E. MAJOR APPLIANCES

:Mia. T W. Oliver of St. Simon's a Such as Ranges Refrieer'tors: Washers and TVJ
'! Monday of her sister :Mrs rT fTTTTTTTTT
With Donald
lona Plain or S-R. ib. bag $4 .49 W. H Nollman: and Mr. Nollman 6 WEST ('.\1.1. T. iJ t\
F FLOUR 25 Plus Cartoon : i The Nollmans are in St. Petersi << G McGriff
i burg from Wednesday to Sunday T\UKE. Fl. I.
Wed.. Thur. :{ 1 I
| with their son-in-law and dall hI -
I sik *
BIG DOUBLE ter. Mr. and Mrs. W B P.ovdMrs.
Marcal, colored or white *) pkgs Bertha Pearce is i \'jsil1I1.11' .; -
NAPKINS 13C Meet Danny :\ and Mrs. F.d Ensor in Jacksonville -
With Frank for several days.
Winters and .\ Sen. and Mrs Charley E Johns
had as weekend guestsfI': and
lona White House Skimmed -A DCRIMI i Mrs. }Dave Wescott of TIT pa. VETERANS! !
and Sen. Onell Rogills and Jack
COCOA Ib box 37c MILK tall can 9c Rogells of Sarasota.

Col. and Mrs. '1'. T. Long will
Sultana VanillaEXTRACT have as Thanksgiving guest! Mrs
Sultana 2 Ib. Long's sisters. Mi s. I.lo\.l; .l H
8 o% bit 9c can Lewis Wilminton. Del and
PORK & BEANS 19c With Jane rat W' Ga.Mrs Hilda F.-rehnn.l: of \1\\11'\ \ Why PAY Rent?

Ann Page Plus Latent : II'I( e 1'1111.- i < ',ii,11 1 1ille
': I is Ih+ .l..l'd! 1I..I11 !< "
KETCHUPNutlev 14 oz hot 19c lona No. 303 Cans I :\ inri \Ii \\" F H..' :"11!.:
I :: -- .-...- -.. COOPERATIVE

OLEO Ib 19c lona Golden Cream Style 303's i- i'' GROUP OF

CORN 2 lor 25'
Dedicated To Community Service -
"Moles Are Better Than Eier" Iwo AND
lona Cut No. 303 Cans If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre, AH
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS
GREEN BEANS 2 for 25
Sat.. Nov. 29-OM.Y: TUl'... \\ed.-Dec. :2. :a
National Biscuit Ritz $ 00
=GENE AUTRY cotrtwtart
U. S. No. 1 White
10 ib 49c !. ZiJ --.t I SI10 S 3 '44fl '4)

Waldorf Toilet I .. > AS
Fresh Pascal I \ '.'!''_
3 rolls 25c -AND- A lipptrt Fktvrn Prtttnlolion
19cTISSUE $ Per Month
CELERY fee stlk Monte Cristo Loves Again! Plus "('lop t"'I..t" (art Min and

":"Merr\ 'Ix\,'tki' ]'\io UeelerIati'st
TIDE '3e pkg ageBANANAS '
Golden Ripe I 10HN I DEREK'MASK \1" News


York Fine Eating & Cooking Thur.. ri.-Dec. 5

APPLES S /Ib bag 49c Sunnyland Pure f rak

LARD 4 /Ib carton 55C t'CUOotrlCHNICOlOR 7
-- Builders Representative
Large WaxedRUTABAGERS Plus "Fir",t Robbin" Cartoon and Will Be At
Chapter X o. 7 Serial
"> 5' Bright SailBLEACH AMERICAN
quart 13c ; I
Fla. FreshORANGES Mon.-Nov. 30 Dec. 1 ? SUSAN MORROW I Call Street

Prices in this ad effective thru Saturday. tZ !

Sib b ag 23 November 29. I, 'cot5tW.--- (' ,. P PERHR((IAN( TAYlOR u'iSON H : Friday, November 28 -- 3 to 7 P.M.

Fla. Fresh 8 Lb. Bag A & P FpnI) Tf\'r : (Co9t tt.Wcj-(ETHEL J ? U.M'_ _r. :I

GRAPEFRUIT The Great Atlantic\ and Pacific Vl/.l/JIJt1' Plus "Dill j' DinasourV' Cartoon ALLIED
33c Ten [Mils "M ..' on Loose" Cartoon HOMES INC.
and "In case cunouV
300 Ea t Tail St. and Latest World>eus i 3'ou're short.,
j 905 W. ADAMS
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'Y/TTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTYYYY!!distribute bags of fruit. The following -'I TTYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY ,' j, -, -" < -" - __
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bag committee was appointed A New, Light Spice Cake DelightCall ,__ :, _: : _'i. ':'_ : '__

BROOKER : Mrs. H. B. Crosby, Mrs. HAMPTON
: I.'lmor, Stokes Mrs. H. S. Anderson tl GROCERIES

Grate G. BighamAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA and Mrs. Inez Green.At .
I .
by Mrs.Vm. XV. Hammond Earl COOK '
!', the close of the business A.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj MEATS
'rs5rtii. coffee and doughnuts

Co-op fleeting were M-rvc.1 to the group by Mrs. j Mr. and Mrs. Foster Paul Lot U

A District meeting of the Clay ]I. r>. Crosby and Mis. Wesley are rejoicing over the birth ol a FEED

Electric Co-op was held last Fri I :K,'ly.! I ison, Foster Paul, Jr., on Tuesaav
day night at the Community Cen Homo Dnuf.nstrutioiiThe Nov. 18, in Alachua General Hos :: 1-2 Mile From Starke City Limits North
ter for the of II
purpose: nominatinga Breaker Home Demonstration pital. :Mrs.: Lott and new son : QUANTITY RK.I1TS; ItESKKN EDYYYYYYTYYTYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYrYTMTTTTYTTYYYYYYYYYYYY
trustee for District 5. .
mot afternoon I home '
( Club Thursday came on Sunday.
't- '
Bill Bigham was elected chaIr- of last week at the Community I Vernon Forsyth, youngest son of J YYYYYYYYYTYYYellow
man of the District meeting and Center with the president, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsyth is suffering Rose Fla. Meaty

presided during nominations. Red-I Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins, presiding.The ,
from an infection caused by' '.
dish Andrews the present trustee demonstration: for the day a thorn piercing his foot while: Ibs $4.89 BACK BONE Ett 49CYYYYYYYYYTTTfTTYYYYTTTYYYYYYYYYYYY
from District 5, was again nomi was Christmas ,confections, made I hunting. ; FLOUR 2S

nated for this office.A. by the members under the supervision I Mrs. Fred Dodd and daughter

G. Louden, Clay Electric of Miss Dorothy Ross,:.Sylvia Ann, and Peggy Hinson
manager, and several other of- county home agent. Instructionswas I shopped in Jacksonville last Thurs- ro Y YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYXTRA Good Skinless Weiners or
ficials and employees of the Co-op also given in the making of k SPECIAL

attended this meeting.E. equip necklaces. day.Mr.. A Lb
and Mrs. James Cooper and h
T. :Martin, office manager of Two new members Mrs. Tom- children of Chiefland have moved t Large BOLOGNA
Clay Electric, presented a color my Hamilton and Mrs. Lloyd into the John Parker house on 1.. '
chart showing how each dollar received Dyal, were welcomed into the Main St. Mr. Cooper is working in ', 'YYYYYYTYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYGood
it tradition, what o1--this!! is the time of
by the Co-op during 1952 club. the pulpwood business.F. or you ; year we expectto
enjoy the delights of cakes fragrant with spices. High on the list of ''YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Smoked Country
was used. A color film taken at The next regular meeting is P. Lott and daughter desserts to make now is feather-light, regaIlookingFrost Spice Cake ,
the last annual meeting at Keystone scheduled for Thursday Dec. 4, Frances and Mr. and :Mrs. Horace that generously yields 16 to 20 servings. :Make it with a vacuumpackedoil i EELBECK 'Ib
Heights was shown after in the center. May are among those attending that blends quickly with other ingredients because it is superfined. I CON 49'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYTYYYYYYYYYYYY
the routine business proceedings IVrwnul Items church at Rock Hill last Frost Spice Cake, with its easy-to-make cream cheese frosting, stays Lbs
]lusciously moist. This icing has a burnt-supar flavor, though either GRITS I S S 49c
wire over. Friday was quite an eventful and Mrs. J. Forsyth and i orange or lemon are approved with spice cake. The cake keep. beautifully -
P. T. A. Meeting day at the Junior Bigham house- sons, Leaston and Vernon Mr. and and even with the cream cheese frosting does not need to be
The Brooker PTA met Thurs- hold. Isn't there an old saying I r I Mrs. John Knight and son, Ronnie refrigerated. 'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYT SOUTHERN HARVEST

day night, Nov. 20, in the school that "thin s usually happen in visited Mrs. Forsythe's niece :Mrs.: Frost Spice Cake2Y ;

cafeteria with V.'m. T. Coram threes?" If so, it turned out to be Ralph Prevatt and family at Law- 1',"2; cups cups sugar sifted cake flour 2 6 tablespoons eggs,separated molasses ARMOURS 1 LB CAN 0 LEO L E Lb 9C

school principal, presiding. quite true in our case! We were toy Sunday night. 1 tablespoon baking powder ?i cup cold water

Tentative plans were made for feeling very sad after seeing our:: :Miss: Ruth Searle, eldest daughter 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon grated orange:! PORK & BEANS 10 I

each room to have an individual "Mom": (Mrs. W. K. Bigham) 'I of Mr. and Mrs. John Ham- ']1 teaspoon teaspoon cloves cinnamon 2 rind teaspoons juice With meat order of $3.00 or moreTYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY

party, with Santa visiting each to leave us to return to her home in I mend Starke, Route 1, and granddaughter J2 2 teaspoon nutmeg 32 teaspoon cream orange of

I ; of the \S m. Hammonds, I ]z cup salad oil tartar YYYTYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYOsceola Meaty Rib and Brisket
i is now a member of the Waves and Sift the flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg -
n taking her boot training at together into a bowl. Make a well and add in order, the oil, egg lb
Bainbridge, :Md. Miss Searle I yolks, molasses, water, orange rind and juice. Beat with a spoon until STEW/ BEEF
I EXTRA VALUES graduated from BUS with the class I smooth. Add the cream of tartar to the egg whites and beat untiI1'fI! ce/o/ pk $3rYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
very stiff. Pour the egg yolk mixture gradually over the whipped egg RICE Sibs 59C
of 1950 and attended the University -I whites, carefully folding with a rubber scraper just until blended I Ito

"' ,, ,.. of Florida last year. i not stir. Pour immediately into an ungreased 10 x 4 inch tube pan. Rake
'\. -,0.. : -' Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Williamsonhad I, in a moderate oven, 325, for 70 minutes or until the top springs back rYYYYYYY7YYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYTYYTYYTYYCudahy Fresh West Coast Large
\. ... .: when lightly touched.
. ...:' ,.,;. l' from as their guests Saturday Mr. After removing the cake from the oven, turn the pan upside down, Lb c
Chili with beans
-1 Lb
,.; I .; alai: :Mrs. Rarh! Carrol and children placing the tube part over the neck of a small funnel. When cold, loosen MULLET l 26
'd$ ,..w'-" .,f Live Oak and together they the sides with a spatula, remove the cake from the pan.
\ "" ., "" bumpePtot Caramel Cream Cheese Can
'' crept Saturday evening with Mr. Frosting
ILh1. 9ate and-: Mrs. L. Williamson at Theresa. I 18-ounce cup caramel package syrup cream cheese 4 cups sugar sifted confectioners'I Plenty of Oysters and Shrimp

ia I Blend the cheese and the Add the gradually, ,
blending it in well.
Luke, 01 Live Oak spent Sund.tyytnlu To make caramel syrup heat 1 cup granulated sugar in a frying pan 3 LB CTN.
; and Monday[ : at the WUJiaiEI over low heat, stirring constantly. Heat until melted to a golden brown
syrup. Add li cup hot water and stir until smooth. Cool. PORK CHOPSLb S9C
1 I Dunedin, when we were surprised I I SHORTENING

with! 'a visit from a very dear 'son home. decent BirthsA 69C
friend' an I former resident, Robert -
Mr. and Mrq. Frank Thomas and i
fliers of Columbia S. C. I son, Carl Wayneas t I'-nn to>
a 'vS children visited Mr. Thomas's si11tor i
)h's. Florence Tidwell. at r
'amily will be glad to hear that I ,l,1 1I ilford[ 1-'. Perkins, fireman, US.N: I
I Branford last Sunday. RED .
Robert was discharged from the fir'i the Jacksomille NAS Hosdn ; \
Army last Saturday, and Mary,I 'fifeoung! reople of the ChrisOJ'' November 2. Mrs. Perkin i ithe i- LB VEGETABLES AT

Nancy, and Linda are fine, and j tian Church sponsored a Thanksgiving daughter of ll's.'ida Dy.u: "I i HEN S 49CLOW
looking forward with much plea. box for the Christian( S tarke. Mr. Perkins i< -tatu-. 'ii l PRICESWe
sure in moving back to Floridain a t the U. S. Naval Station.o(\\ I'i i
I Church home foor the aged at
the very near future. Cove Springs.

Friday night we had anotherI I Jacksonville. II j jMr. : Have Plenty Of Casing For Sausage Making'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
and 11l"1. A. C. Brown of1lontgomery j A son Cob Erwin, was Nun t

Big 97-H.P. engine with 7.0tolhigh I delightful surprise when Mr. and Ala. are visiting i'.Irs. Vida I. Davis wif of ra:!',,,.> : \ ... --- .. ..
compression with less fuel.ratio for more Mis. John King, of High Springs! ,.I, Mi;. Brown's sister 111'';. Hercl ':.>" r>avi=i, rn-ineman, 2-('. I'SN.= te i -' .. ,---. -, _" _- .. -_--_ -_ _-_ __.- -__ ., --..: _.- ,_ _, _._-_ ,_- ,-_ _-.. ',. ---Jo--- -. _-r"i'-- -
power dropped in for a visit. Isn't it .
; Paiker.; Jean Parker nl'ii i. Xa\al! Hospital at I'v"t.: -- ,' '
Biggest payload. Optional high- amazing what a "chat" with old I,
has : Gainesville: spent the weekend a'' c n November 2. Mrs. Run \i. 4
side body larger capacity friends can do for a person?
than any other popular pick-up The Evan family arc,I her home here and all together ti be daughter of :Mrs. Sally Coleman i 4
of comparable wheelbase. i* ; they visited; at St. Augustine of Starke. ,Mr. Davis !i- 4
t mighty happy these days too, a< I
Greatest of Sin day. sHoward 'erring aboard the USS subniarmi
visibility area any
I word has been received from son,, 4
other t popular pick-up gives bet- I : M. Hill of Holly. Mir!' | l:haser No: 1387 with the Atlanta I 4
E \V who has been stationed inI .
ter vision for greater safety. "leet. The new arrival wa the .
I Korea with the Army, that he exj has arrived in Hampton to spend! OIlING 4
Passenger-car: comfort, thanks to time with his Don HillJ tf:ifth child for the Davises TIll : 4
pests to be home in the near fiI :> some son
j i
revolutionary new I reside' at 2601-1J Fogarty A\<
absorbers. I ture We do hope he makes i i1 t tu tdcar family. Mr. Hill drove a new I
}: West.
ey .
Available with gy'rol Fluid Drive.A for Christmas! down for his son. I j

Dodge "exclusive": for easier LET US TELL YOU MORE ABOUT On our "sick list" this week i iiI )I The Hampton Baptist Church' u., <
handling,smoother riding,longer I Mrs. Lottie Edwards. She ha) entertained the Pastors and Lay .
truck life. THIS "EXTRA VALUE" PICK-UP! '' been confined to her bed sine eImen's< I Association last :Mon.liy: \ I 4 4

last Friday with virus flu. We d c Il night. t I Ii

HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. I wish her a speedy recovery. 1 The male members of the Bap-1 I j

Mrs. Eddy, of Waldo spen't[ | i list Church are really working: i We about 4
\ possibly amazing
can our
Thursday and Friday of lay : weel h ,hard: theee days on the pastoriur.i say 4
69 Fla.
600 Temple Ave Phone Starke,
a..J fart" 4
with her granddaughter and will soon be able to get tic: \
,i ly, the M. D. Harrells.Let's I ii'of on. I 4

L .j Mr and :Mrs. Olin IVdenbaiis*. j;' better SANITONE Dry Cleaning would tell 4 4 4

.>u.'. hn-lren of Deland spent the ,
\\rr-ker.d with his parents ),11'.1 I I IJJL II 4
I and Mrs. Leland Bedenbaugh. | I 4

TURKEY .p (rt\ i ;ailed! on his aunt. Mrs. :M. L I 4
Talk I V.orson and family I I i I 'half as much as the suit or dress we clean 4 4

I Mrq.: Archie Eiland, Mrs Freddieauersor. : I 4
:1Df t ZNUl !
i \\ and Mrs. Donald Mc- ) 4

I i I dsy Mahone in Tamp spent ,Thursday Mrs and Fri-1.If you could foresee that lit1. *+ for youYont\ you call us or come i in? 4 4

I hnsba-, who is in the ldlahonE"1'I:your property ,
\r,.:"". \vr; <; able! to I I destroyed damaged, stolenor > 4
: .;'.y with her as his boat was I lost i to some other: disaster:( '. 4

uivke.l: thereMr I'I'1'.1 I'I 't tomorrow naturally, you'd rj ;- F w9 4

I :\ Jrs. H. C. Smith and buy adequate amounts of the 4

', "-_"_"-.cr. ?;hir'y.' called on the right insurance today. unoru
I \.' ".,<, \\':'..-..:",..*,,-,"- last I 7v.usiTiiank I > (SANITON! fc 4
"...,., Our job is to Know what can > amp
i I: : >g \ing Program happen and to guard you I,, > 4
against the financial blows. '; In theUnited 4
I The Hampton school audtor.iim;
Without obligation \\e11 : States 4,
was the si itlr.g :Monday: afternoon and Canada
i :. 4
recommend a safe, economical
I for a real Thanksgiving program. 4
GAS COMPANY insurance program. 4
nT.. G Mitchell, of Starke J .4

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gave an inspiring talk on Thanksgiving I i 4

and read the 100th Psalm. i
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!. Circuit Court. Bradford County I
Florida In Chancrr
Abraham Rudy Plaintiff vs Fannie
Rudy, Defendant. Case Xo 9180Nutlrr 1
To Appear.To .
: Fannie Hud)', whose residence
and! address la: 5'% Dumoni Avenue,
Brooklyn XI'Y You are hereby notified that a
suit for
has been filed against you in the
above named Court and cause and
you are required to serve a copy of
y >ur answer or pleading to the 1
complaint on the Plaintiff's 1
Attorney, T. Frank Landrum
Starke, Florida, 1
and file the original in the office! of I :
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on liw
or before the !
15 day of Dee.. nb'.r. IT,::, ,
otherwise the allegation of said i
Complaint will be taken as c,>nf. -s-I| y.i .
ed by you. ,
This notice shall be published I
once each week for four consecutive,
weeks in the L''radfurd''ounty Tele-'
graph. I i
Hated this 12 day of November,
195!. I I 1 i
Clerk of the Circuit Court(
C'), Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I p

fleet Florida Circuit Davis NOTICE In Davis,(Chancery.Dorothy Court Defendant._TO Plaintiff Bradford.%.PPEIHIn Case 11/B, VIo No County 4t Xor-9 12/51 4 S3 Il I I II I I. l Wednesday, Nov. 26 8:00: P. M0 ,

Notice To Appear.To .
: Xorfleet Davis. whose residence
and address I..: 114 E Club
Dlvd, Durham. Xorth Carolina. I
You are hereby notified that a'

suit hall Divorce been for filed against you In the :

above named Court and cause and BRADFORD PARK
you are required to serve a copy of .
your answer or pleading to
complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney.
T. Frank Landruro
tArkt', Florida
and file the original In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the
15 day of December 1952:
otherwise the allegations of said
Complaint will l-e taken as confessed -

This by you.notice shall be publishedonce
each week for four consecu-
tive reeks In the Bradford County

Telegraph.Dated this 12: day of November, Lake
1" 52, j. Toriladoes Butler
Clerk of the Circuit Court i vs.
Ef Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
-- 11 14 4t !::! ;of I

'Irrult' .,
In The ( ('.urt f Florida.
Hlithth Judicial tlrcult. In And
For Bradford County. In Chan
In re: Adoption of :Mary Frances
Franklin, an Infant.

known.petition T You: Jean are has Franklin hereby 1>f'e'fllt'd,notified Residence in the**above_ cn-I I Adults $$1.00 High School Students 50c Elementary School Students 25c

styled Court by James Delbert Casey
and wife, Jewel Casey for the adop-
tion of Mary Frances Franklin, a .
minor, by paid petitioners, and you
to a copy of your
why said petition should not be T..YT
granted, on the attorneys for peti w
donors Cross and Hawes ,Miller 1 C
P.uilding, Gainesville Florida, and;

Clerk file the the of original 17th the Circuit day In of the Court December office on of or U5.1 the before / 1952 SCHEDULE ,

Herein Fall Not or a Decree I rod| !
Confess.o will be entered agaInst I.
you. 1
Witness my hand and seal of said)
Court in Starke, Florida, this II
day: of November.: 19;).. I

(OFFICIAL SEAL as )Clerk A J.of Thomas the said,I, \ SEPTEMBER 19 Starke 19 Leesburg 0 OCTOBER 31. Starke 37

(IT..SS and Hawes. Attorneys Circuit Court for -- [;( -- Macclennv 13

Petitioners Miller IMilding

nile, Florida 11 7 Galn"-\:! ,\i, \ SEPTEMBER 25 Starke 13 -- Seabreeze 7 NOVEMBER 6 : Starke 32 -- -- St. Leo 0

I I 11

In ,Circuit NOTICE Court.TO Ilrndf APPK\H..ril Count j OCTOBER 3 Starke 6 Palatka 12 ""t NOVEMBER 14 Starke
:Florida Marguerite In A.( nancrrjr.Jlardison, I -- 7 -- Ketterlinus 20
"21. Willie Alton: ICardNon t

ant.residence:Notice: Willie To Is Appear.To Carolina Alton. Hardison Case P-eai, h Xo.,, 9ti\1 OCTOBER 10 Starke 6 -- P. K. Youge 20 NOVEMBER 21 Starke 35 -- Green Cove 7

Carolina, and whose address is i-'oi

suit Dr. :W for Reach are M Hardison hereby North ,notified Carolina.You box 563.that Carolina a-) i OCTOBER 17 Starke 28 -- N. Smyrna Beach 6 ti i. NOVEMBER 26 LAKE BUTLER HERE

Divorce, custody of minor
child and ratification of sepa-

has ration been filed agreement against you In the'. ...............................................................................................AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.
above named .Court and (cause and { AAAAA4AAAAAAOnward
you are required to serve a copy of !
your answer or pleading to the
Complaint on the Plaintiff's I
Attorney Z.ich H Douglas 5051
Lynch Building, Jacksonville,
Florida, I

and of the file Clerk the original of the Circuit In the office Court i I ,., ,." .,. ,." .,- ,,' .. .,.

on otherwise or 8 day before of the the December.allegations 195 of. said I)I,i Compliments of '.Hr)'b or)' Out For Tonight's Came,. Tornadoes! Best Wishes From .

Complaint will be taken as confessed Lawson's Market & Cold Storage
by you. PURE SERVICE STORE Edwards Grocery & Market
This notice shall be publishedonce DOWLING MOTOR SALES .
each week for four consecutive | See the Tornadoes beat-but pat Lawson"sIeat: "
1 S. 301 at Road 100
weeks. In the Bradford County Telegraph I,I Vi Mile South of Starke on ['. S. 301

Dated this 6 day of November ,. ." ., -" ...
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(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. -, ,- ." ,_..,., ,._. ,_. ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court. i iBy --- ., ,.,. -" .. '.
Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.
11'7 4t 11 281;I See You At Bradford Park Tonight Electric Service & Supply nest Wishes to the Team Mow 'Em Down Tornadoes

OTirK:-TO* \PPK.Ul ,I( E. T. Shull Plumbing & Heating j. 1;. KITE. Otiner Starke Radio & Television Service C. H. DRIGGERS
In Circuit Court Ilrndford County
Klorlditi la Chancery.
Paul Parker Plaintiff vs Oraycel' Phone lit Let's Support the Tornadoes Starke, Florida Furniture Company

B. Parker Defendant Case No 947:, -- .,." ., -,. ----.,-" ,_., ,, .. .. .
.tI.T'" Appear.To I " -

residence: Grayce and address 1?. Parker.! is' $54 Nouitai whose I -, .,- .,.. ." ,." ., ,., ,
,. .
Place, Venice California. 'j "

cult You for art hereby notified that a I!, Best Wishes Of Closed Tonight weove gone to the Game! It's.A Pleasure to Back the Tornadoes A Good Team Like the : >SDUCKY'S

Divorce, custody of minor child
and ratification of Separation I ANDREWS MOTOR CO. GUIDON GRILL Deserve Your SupportBARKSDALE'S
been filed against you In the I I
above named Court and cause and ( Phone 118, Starke George KOJH-IOUSOS
you are required to serve a copy: of 1
your answer or pleading to the .,., ., .. .,.
complaint on the Plaintiffs ,,- ..+.."., .. ., .. ." .
Attorn.*", 7-ach II Douglas 505
Lynch ituilding. Jacksonville. ,." _
Florida I Iid 4 ., ..,. _, " ...__
file the original In the office of! Be p resent tonight to cheer our boys to Go Get
the {"Itrkt the Circuit Court on Support the Tornadoes with 'Em Tornadoes
your presence
or before theS Compliments of
day of December 1 195:;:. Victory Starke
otherwise the allegations of ad! Supplies
Complaint will be taken as confers- SANDERS WATCH SHOP
ed by you Farm Home & Auto Supply Carl John NEW METHOD CLEANERS
This notice shall b* published';
once each week for four consecutUel I ... .. ,
-" ,- ,. ,, ,
weeks In the Bradford County Tele- I " ., .. ..

1952 Dated this t day of November t' .. 4 ___" .

(OFFICIAL SEAL) ..... J. Thomas, j Weore Behind You, Tornadoes! flCflfltttflflflnpeflflfl5 pee
Clerk of the Circuit Court Come on out and boost our team
By L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I
Western Auto Associate Store
I I Charley E. Johns Agency JEWELRY
TO ,PPE\n I Sale S Se n-iee
J. F. Jaudon
In Florida Circuit In Court Ckanrery.James Bradford. Cot -- ,. We're Proud To Be' Tornado Boosters, !
Uochford, Plaintiff \, ----" .._--" ,-,-,-,. ,
Grace Ko'hford. IVff mlirr ,'.-_----." ..,.._ ,." .##,." ,
,'ass' :Nn" 9194otiee :! .. ." ,NH+N
Totra.Tnpprar... It.\t'hf."d.' eh .... r." ------NNI-NNVt' IU,,##. ,. ,. "" 'N"." 14".
d.-m'.' and address I i.- "-"- Alr \', J. Compliments of STARKE MOTOR COURT Bring Home the Bacon Boys!
''oklyn New York
You are hereby notified that a i S. R. JOHNS GROCERY Gt1 \.XDREWS Best Wishes From
Divorce, custody, control and

has support been filed of minor against child you In the.. We're Tornado Fans: Starke.s I.eadingIotor: Court Starkr, Florida. H. C. WALL AGENCY

Above named Court and cause and
you are required to serve a copy of .,." ," ..NNNNep All Kinds of InsuranceSee
yiur answer or pleading to the
complaint on the Plaintiffs '
; ,
Landrum, .
Attorney. T Frank i iStarke. I I." -rNN.pNpftteepee w" " _
Florida NSpares.q
and file the original In the officeof Let's Fill the Stand for Tonight's Game
the Clerk of the Circuit Court j Best 1 'ihes Team Compliments of
on or before the
15 day of December 1952 Winkler Electric Service

otherwise Complaint the will allegations be taken as of Contested I'ald'- 1 SLADE GAS COMPANY Florida Power & Light Co. You At The Game

by you. Hot Point Appliances
This notice shall publish .
once each week for tour consecutive ., .r" ,. ,. ,
weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph r. NNV1" "
Dated thi- 12 day of November,
195!. ;
<( Clerk of the Circuit Court ,!,
tty Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.
U'H,, 4t 12 '51 .

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;;.TTTTTTTTTT.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTFARMER'S know that we won't be able to they needed the big one to begin -(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas Clerk of the Circuit Court Anil y'u are quired t.i serei Y"I .ire hi rIv. i

save them if we have a bad winter with. Clerk of the Circuit Court. r.y Mai.uti L Cjb>, I'epufy t'lrrk. in- i.f! r..urII"w..r m uthi j'. I n 11.,< \1"i. fil.Hit \. ':
By Marian I... Crosby, Deputy C>rkMMH 11! H 41 1. iio :"I.!, ..,1.1.1:; ii said ,'.IlI" upon Holli- : i'"in : f,1' l is-.i.i: !
-2& bute're risking it as in any event 5 11:1:: 4 U : \ Knight. altoine fur 111.11 I lit Iff", Fl rida.! 1'1\\: ing! tliat t
; 'nTIC'E .U'.'(: \It i"I I I'>-. .atltlrr 1- Starke. LIori&1a.'I .
4 there won't be much loss. And it 1""I'j pti ,'i r'y t Inf '
E 4 Scaiey our mother cat, pad : 'i: In Circuit ( ...art. Bradford County, :..1 Lt'! the oiiKinaJ: then.of in the :';at> ,..f! I'i' da p ii i -u i

: would be fine to have tomatoes' another litter of four kittens find :'\XOTIi'K:* 1IF:1Fv'i: : ; : "M I Florida. In -hannrT :1, .. i f thf Under Slltd Cll; I rv, n'l: \i-I-i Mi I Ii:,' lit: \ I I1'l.ir
/ DIARY {: I H. : in K.. 1'L.! i.' ..':', \ I KN.:! 1 1Kl' I 1'. 1.,1'" Kith. l lt!1;32; ,..th"I'Wlth.. .aa n.1 i
the ALLHoM IT MAY CoXt'EI'.Nthat aI"
right through winter. : xcti
it looks like we can't raise .:ii. I' ..,..., .
4nything 1 hafiled! i..y Fi."al U.-Illl" i i. r i. :.d :H :.illegal.oof; plaintiifbill) fr':1 i m- .1 I :.. t I'
C.t-t' :X: '. :"11Notice !: ;:' \\ ill be t.1k.11 as ,"I.t. --, d '
else :
we can raise cats. .n the mat!-r of E-tate of :Mary ,
By Sam JIcGarvey 3- To Appear. .\ } U. .1'.1
Our beans are now and so Dicks Adams and will on 15'h diy'of ;:
gone S S .
T HIK.I : I'r w '! i. -I'n I it Inrd..r. } that t hb noti.I e be m'lIt I' .
December} ISiJ! :;; a-k tin" C :'itJudge
are the cukes. The cukes, by the .t' il I .,,ililr- -- ,-' :N, .hi.--! MI ,:.1\i.. il.ily!: i pi'blis-htil ni-i: '.' .a<'h we..X toll' a' .
will J E. K. i F.\1 : I"
: The author be glad to re- We heard fellow Ferryman 'i': .
a around here i.i' -. .ie i 1':eti;; 1'. I 1 1 i.tiy: I f 'ur oi''iMeutit.w.eks i in Itradioidi'.unty : I I'
way were a failure as was the (li-char p as Adnunistrato; t -U) I ; Uo: i- "
reive items of Interest : ,
concern make the statement that if Estate of Mary Adams DicL. '| > / 0: I Telefeiajih a duly qualified \\ .:I ,
squash. We still don't know howto you Y ju are hei":by nt:fied that a newspaper.Mr.NK3S. .. \I', '
activities of In
ing the farmer i \V E. :Middlet..ii.Admiitistratr.. "
: were bitten by a ,'I \ ,' .. ,
big rattlesnake f'a-jit for D\orce has been filed mi hand and .ffi lal lh.i; I
Bradford County. Suggestions raise cucurbits, and in fact.thtre's above named seal at Starkliradf > 1 '' .
may that you were a goner, and if 11 :::1It 1.:: 1JINOTICI ::I against you in the i i\\it .I.I.i. \ '
j you .
: be left at the Telegraph office or 411I darned little we do know Court and cause and you are required Klid i. !'l. = : :-ii! .1 I. :\ N iI f '
were bitten by a coral snake of 1'o: I .i.
noth I to pre a copy y.iur an- I \
mailed to Sam MrGaney, Laittey, how to grow. But our okra is still 1 swer or plead'ns to the complaint : .j i I'1.( :st\i.: ) \ ..1'ki1 T
'' ing could help you. Well it bothered : I'llI'I.I'! in .
i iIn ,
: .4 producing right along and it is I mi th.! Plant'> A*' oj! n> y, k : -.d i ,'a' T. I ,'
.4 us, for we have read that ClrciiM Court. I trail ford ('oual"'J T. Friitk L.indi.ni:. Si'k.Florida .' 11 II' I

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I 9 flee of the Clerk "nrh. drui.1

Butchered hogs this week. Hat courage the growth of grass and I"e''e noticed in farming that I minutes) can help so we asked a Wanda L ]:....hr. IefmndtiitCas.. Xo, ((11)1;; | < .Ut oil .d'! before Ii"' .. I Ij: ,I..% .nt In 'I tor ('ircnil ( ourt in anil! I'", \tII4. I ill" i 1\1.\11.I I > \

doctor friend. lIe assured 'nth'eo To .\ Ii..ml..r., 1552: otherwise the alI Bradford loiuilj. I'Iori.In.Stiit ui:<.i i II It i .H I 1 .'.111.. Nit i \!
weeds. Then too, used only us thatif .ppcnr.Ti i i ,
sucha we .
ed to kill Blondie, as she was there is always something around ,: Wanda L. H..ehr. wh.."-.' r"-I: |I legations of said Complaint will betaken of Florida. Plaint ift. \ iIVjO ,', ,'
fine animal, but it was the only about 1-3 as much fertilizer as a tourniquet was applied right deru-e and address art: Thoiiia.-t"n' i''. as confessed by >ou. i' : ;; Lincoln Automobile, hi.. ; :' i tlIU!
I here ready to help you harvest a This notice shall be published Number 30 LI' ... '
away the wound cut Connettiout. :I, hill: I. and H 11.;':
thing we could do with her. Didn'tmind I would have been necessary the ]l crop. The crows get your corn. the deeply to I I I"u are hereby notifitd that a''1 once each week for four consecutivei \\ ilnam ThiKpen. and Horace L. .\,. ,. f 1. j.;

butchering Knothead so i other way. However, the proof make it bleed freely (even suckedto suit for i:,, weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph. Sin.th. Defendants !"h".ri'I', "
t; larks even pull up the seed the i Case Xumber 70J I :S
the Diorce
of a I will come later when we see what ] get poison out) and then I I i, luted thi12 day of November. .
much, as she was something 01(1 I Cit "' I
I robins get your berries and in this II has been filed against you in the.ltmIve 101.1
results meantIme.the I rushed to a doctor, that a person named Court and 1>52.OFFICIAL. Time Slate of Florida To t'
In the 'auand ;
her eat. we get. ( I
pest and we had raised to .. ,
it is SEAL) A. 1. Thomas i iClerk '
1 I cage something (we suspect could survive. The treatment is vou are required to St'ra copy of ( I', Hill William Thigpfii.v; ''M \ l'
plants look good although I of the Circuit Court ,
the of Florida \
enlisted help our
Again > our answer .or pleading to the '
there is lots of work still to be (j polecats) i3 digging eating oursweet the same for a coral snake bite I Iexcept 1''lIIlIlaint on the Plaintiff's I' By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. Mora. I.. Smith. S:: Vf.t .'..j 1 :' .
used i ; ,
"Mac" Griffis and .1'I
neighbor : potatoes. And we will say II that stimulant as1 1 Attorney T. Frank Landrum 11 n 4t I I.1 ; Strut. Jacksirmllf Florida I v'
a (such .
the tractor to lift the carcass I done. Ptarke, Florida I,I And 10 all |','r-ons owning: or : .iih. ..1.,
this it does job grading .
: good whiskey) can be given. We were ;and file the original in the office of h.i\ .t t-, "1. i lai'mm! : i'\ !iii'iri-\ in !iIt'.i I !ii', -:', l ,\
above a 53-gallon steel drum them out for it eats only the In Tlie Circuit Court Of Itradford ;tt! t ': d\ it'. il i \ : "
the Clerk of the Circuit Court : "\\ nm:; > -I : PI"p'r"i
interested in his advice, for it Count 1'lor lln In CJianrerj.Cr .
which we used to scald (and it Hear that Wilbur Starling hasa biggest and best 'taters. I or before theI W Durham; and; his wife Fbn 11. '!I., 1 '',ft, 1.'II, rl \''I' 'ip 1 I' I I
could happen to us at any time 22 day of December lf 52 1 I.' -. :Nun !i. i I l.i'( 1 1:1; :
this time I ; Plaintiffs H H \\ ,nr
worked like a charm ) fine field of berries. We would S S S otherwise the '' Durham .s.

Had the water at exactly 150 degrees like to find time to visit around i\ and we want to know what to do. will allegations be taken as of confessed saidComplaint ants and his wife :Mildred Wmt('a-t'0., I.t.I1I.. :'<"> YWwwwwwwwww. .y. .yyyyyyy..yyyyyyyyyyy.__wwwwwwwwwYWwwwwwwwYr. . . . . . "
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Alice is these (
busy days as by
F., dipped the hogs into the and see how the other growers are This you i, 'NOTirn 10 ,\rri\u:
she usually is) making head snan; ee publishedonce 'The State of Florida to H H Wmt
Talked to Mrs.
water and raised them to test to !, doing. each weeV- for four consecutive land i :MildredVint, wlio.se 1'1.,1 II' ,
cheese and scrapple. She has never she I I weeks In the Bradford County Tele- .
told us that they are !: of C.it\
make sure the hair didn't set. Mac S S S graph. is Augusta. Georgia/ tare !

the made head cheese befor. but she building a home (on the old Doc I Dated this ll! day (,Xovember.: I frailer Sales: r Let do the job for
into com
put some pine gum wa- i Just for the fun of it, while I I You are hereby notified thatsuit i 1 us you
j is following directions: and we can'twait tor Brown Farm We'll bet 195:! filed '
ter and it seemed to help in scraping I I ) thatit I' (OFFICIAL SEAL has been against yIn art I / RB plete. We operate local and long
I looking over our patch we countedthe until we taste it. But she can will be fine ) A. J Thomas. ...a1of you as defendant 1:1: ''iabove ,. : : LV REZt'SOlI 'i:.
| and
a looking place Clerk] "
By the way, while working at bloom on one bed and found I I! : of the Circuit Court entitled Court and I'a Ii" r- &' '. 5T1oJ11C'LA. distance anywhere in U. S.I' .
I make good scrapple and mak believe I a big improvement to the approach j I 1 By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk quiet plaintiff" title! to th. I ".
Mac touched I
scraping Sam and 21 ?
: 11 4t 12 12
89 blossoms. cold weatherwe
Barring .
lowing described land in Bi nl': i .
that and for
scrapple I II ,
I eggs to
knives and :Mac said that was a Lawtey. County Florida. t-wifXW ; i
have fruit in 2u-
can some ripe a I Phone 311
breakfast is a fine dish. She cuts I S i '
that we would be doing the .NOTICE Tn AI'PEIR :: of ::\1-: ofst :>\\ or
sign time ', "
now. \\ fr I: ,
I the meat and cooks it, then I In Circuit Court. II rail ford County : ii 1' i :
game thing a year from now. Any- S S S And speaking of ; Florida In Chancery.Columbus ..f :S\\",7 i"i;i s, 'I., ;: i

how, we got the two hogs done in puts the liquid, meat corn meal I how about our new improvements'l, SellerPlaintiff i 'P.. L,':ahSeller '. .s i; ._ "r :" Excellent Storage Facilities -

Right field where we had field ; and seasoning together and cooks : DefendantI .
good time, and we then took them t tIn J- I court. The Bel-Air which is owned I I I (Ca-t. V," :f'17-i r
and corn planted was really in bad i it again. Then cools it and it by the Whiteheads. It is,' .No.Ilc.co.Toi|>rnr.i .
to Lawson's to be chilled I certainly .
I !shape as it was full of dried grass solidifies into a loaf. Slice and i' To-: Leah Sellers uhos. ic-nl.i 11'' R. B. ALVAREZ
and a fine looking I FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S
cut up. Blondie weighed 195 place. I and addresi. j is: l'nkno\\i
Knothead 39.VelI and weeds. and although we had i fry. It's good.( S S S I: You are hereby notified bat a

little ha'e'I I single cut it twice, it still needed S S S suit forDlM.K for Dclcher Bros.
some hams and. bacon cured and I The first Irish potatoes we dug i, I j ',' .mn.ii.MP.I igcnts
more work. So we cut it the other; Man alive but the of 1: has been filed against you (in the JUST ONE .
smoked. And lots of good country this Fall :! --- -
I li\'e-I were disappointing but i: above named Court and cause ainl IVrrvman Bld .. S. ( ourt M

sausage to eat with fresh eggs way and this working did some j stock is really way off these now we are digging some good :,' you are required to serve a copy ..f FRIGIDAIREMade
good. Now we have to doublecutit Your answer or pleading to tli--
Mac Griffis took some of the ''|I
for breakfast. I i pret-I ones and it shows again how im- {'complaint on the Plaintiff's : only by General
in the other direction and thenit
tiest to market the other .
pigs I
Shard portant it is to fertilize liberally. | Attorney |II'| V KniKlitt.i'k.: !
will be in fairly good shape. I I Florida, :| :Motors Corp. All other
and he got a little less than 20ca I
at work this week fertilizing I I We put 100 Ibs. per 500-foot row. I and file the original in the office of Electric
Refrigerators are
each Individually. lb. for them. That is a low price the Clerk of the Circuit Court oi.ar ; I
berry plant S S : RADIO AND
Then started to cut the for good feeder pigs and we before the : made by other companiesand
we personally
done and up
Got about 8,000 plants ,
I The weather is about 22 day of nl''ml.'r. 1.2! : ::: STARKE SERVICE
while it is a very tedious job we Sedge Grass field and were mak- know you can't feed hogs ideal now. otherwise the allegations of aid cannot use the word I TELEVISIONRepair
although we could Complaint will be !
use a gentle as Frigidaire.
think that it will be worth while. I ing good time (for those big wheels "out of a sack" and make any rain <:d by you.This ,
two. But
For one thing, we put. the fertilizer really cover the land fast) when money at that price. I or the days are 1: notice I'hall1' p'iMi hAd ,
I clear) and warm, and the i once each week for four consecutive
right next to the berry plants |I we had to take time out to get : j cool for good sleeping. And nights a ''weeks in the Bradford ('''IIIII\." Telegrsph Want A GelluilleFRIGIDAIRE Service On All Makes

where it can be utilized, and gasoline. And then in checking we We used new gadget the ,
heavy dew helps to l I.\1,1" d I t tli 'i .1 \
another thing is that we did not' discovered that the transmission; old fashioned corn planter and I keep things I r-:..' ? ?

fertilize in a band which will en- 3ml hydraulic oil was low and we fertilizer;I to fertilize our few rows growing. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas.! THEN SEE TELEVISION and RADIOSFor

I quit work in a hurry. We won't II i of broccoli and cabbaee. It works -. ,.

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use the tractor until we get that fine for us. We load the hopper A neighbor asked Alive jokingly -
remedied. with fertilizer and then simply when she was going to butcher Let Us Thoroughly

PICTURE S S S I jab it into the soil near the plant, I' Sam. She replied not right away PHONE

as he would not make Wash Your Clothes and Temple Ave. PROMPT
Alice planted carrots beets, and apd each plant is, given about a good eating

T V teaspoonful of fertilizer. It will 1 1I yet but that after he stuffed him-<
spinach in the Kitchen Garden. I Starke, Fla. .
TUBEANY We've had more trouble raising i i bp especially useful on the broc- self with a lot of good food that 9 Poanfo RELIABLE 1 198.W
he might be ready. Sort of takes
th(' vegetables than most any j coil which is a heavy feeder and

needs a fellow's appetite For 40c! ULJEI .
thing we can think of. But we'll rather frequent fertilization. away. I SERVICE
i s S I
keep experimenting until we learn FREE Bleach If Desired! PHONE 218 I II
how. I 'Now that we're "shut" of knot- Addresses Of Interest ; ,

j head we can let our hens out into Temple Ave. Stat hi I :JL's: h.I,1. ST. ST .\RKK.{ FI.\
j the pasture for a while in the afternoon Mrs .John \\'. Griffin Ochlock- > _
I *
MAKE $ We have a good row of mustard I so that they can gt n -e. Ga. -. '.iIi'---r -. ,JIll.-- --_------ _-1t- ; mi._$m&1'"

coming along in the Kitchen Gar I greens and more exercise. We i A. A. Cook 2S62:! Essex:: St. FLORIST I

ANY den and also a good row of rutabagas -I couldn't do it until now because ': Shreveport. La. I Ii Ii WeWiIJ] I

But the row of turnips is. that little Knothead could get i I i Mrs. George Vanchoff. S20-276' '

MODEL "beaten up" and we'll have to, I through a knothole and if we had Barbara Ave., Akron 6, Ohio. I Ii 1I Dry Your Clothes FLOWERSFOR NOTICE

plant again. But we have lost a lot; ;i tried to let the hens out we'd i Mrs. Leo Singleton. 7 Julia St..i,;I For 20cIn

1 Year Guarantee of moisture iri the garden and we' i l have let the little runt pig in at'I'Ft. Myers. Fla. \ ALL OCCASIONS

could use a rain now. Or we could lithe chicken feed. We've got to do Xewutomatl"! Driers I
/ I sq pp_1" ... _I"_I" .. I" neneneespssssnSSeeeS
use an irrigation system (and whc'' something to improve our egg

: couldn't!). 'I production. which is indeed. 1 I i 0
sorry MITU: 'in \ri'i\it: PECANSV.1NTED
S S SHad S' i In Irruit Court llrailforil Count" (j)
I I I'loriiln: In ('luincrrj.IMwanl .

Chas. C. ShepherdRADIO some tomato plants which 1 And now that we're down toL'I I I I. I Iluelmer. I Plaintiff, v..
lient' llueblitl, \Dtfenil.Mt
1 volunteered so we got a protected I L'I two hogs (one sow Henrietta 'a-,' :N': q"" TheVasheteria\ DISH GARDENS TOP PRICES PAID

TV place at the South end of our cowshed and Higgle the piggie. an open I '>.ilee To ..tppr.IIii.1.ir'r.. .
I T'litne: 1\ 11'I.
to make ___ __ __ ______.. .
cleared dug up duste i L I gilt) we are going an effort I deiu-e and address I i'i: : \ |11"| !" P POTTERY fl-- ---- -- ------ -- - r.'I'

Phone 239 against cut worms etc., and the 1 to do something with them. | DriiUo.stdale.: LUIIK M.unl; :V I'
r we set out the tomato plants. W We lost money on hogs this year | You are hereby notified thit .1 see'I

I and while it may have been partlyour suit for 4 .

I" own fault that doesn't help I has Divorce been filed again > .11 III I ih. ""I FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE PAUL RAYMOND

one bit. We're going to get the above named Court and LUIS and
you are required to serve a "I'| % ..i ATTENTION I
two bred and then take good care your answer or pleadrigs to the I. Nona St Starke9U I PhONE; 2ss-W

I i of them. We've been at farming complaint on the I'l.unuf! : s I
Attorney William D Morgan I, If You Have ,

;i long enough to know that you get I Florida 5 O7 Clark Building, Jaek On\'lllt. I _._ -<-- ,- --' "_.:C.. _-;- -:-- :-f:' .,'"-.....: : : '-'' :4: : :.;;< .- ...:r.; ;;:::- ::;::.::::.
out of what ,
something only
FULLY you and file the original In the office of!i PINE OR CYPRESS

S S SOur or before the j I i TIMBER }
i 22 day of December 1952; .. ..
most modern and efficient ...
equip .. 011I
home, freezer is really jam- otherwise the allegations of said -- "
ment available to the profession is ''ompUrit will be taken as confetsby Large or Small Tracts ,., }; '
!sued with meat these days. We -.! _
you /JJ ...
used by this funeral home in maintaining This! F I ---... )' F ...
have a side of beef in it, a mess of notice shall be published reeo <* i! reeL
I once eah week for four consecutive -' We Buy All
its well known. standard: of ,, hens and a lot vegetables and Telegraph weeks in the Bradford Count E. : .!?L./fi;; .

Service.DeWITT fruits. And now we have 234 lbs
I Dated thlI 11.1) of :\o\: ''-ml't' '!'. PAY TOP PRICESWrite '1.f
of pork to also put into it. so it I!I:.2. E A R G E DRESSEDITURKEYI 3

j will be about full. While talking (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas e "
\ Clerk of the Circuit Court < '" Ot".1"
C. JONESPhone I to a neighbor she asked what f"y :Marian L Crosby Deputv Clerk
11 :21 4t Ii: IOT'I :: Call
size freezer we had and we told or
7 Starke Ha.fls I -
her a 19 cubic foot model. She :\ : 10: .\I'I'E \It
n Circuit ('our(. Ilrailford Couot-,
I said that we were right in havinga Florida In Chancery. B. THOMAS

nfl ssnfl large one. as many:: farmers get 1 1I Elnifr Leroy Mee.... Plaintiff. \.-.
:Mary Jeannette
e Pd..n.la'll.
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur I i small one only to discover that I (I'ase :X.. Sl'iTNotice :,
To Apprnr:

local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and I To: :Mary Jeannette Mec >.. whos, ,.
residence and adJre IS: Spent er PHONE 211-J
aervlces not otherwise available.We I
CUllnt You). Ku-hland. Indiana. I P. 0. Box 735 .
are hereby notified
that a ... ,......
.. .. suit for STARKE, FLA. ..-
I Divorce E ::;.. .J With The
furnish the lowest and ', bas been Cfj
highest type service at pnceg. 1 1t filed against you in th" -."
accept ANT life insurance policy in force, issued by ANT t auove named Court and "I'I' and, .
y"u are required to RPra copy ('f .. --
company aa payment In part or in full on a funeral \, ''r ur answer or pleading to the mjpU'nt r .. j" Purchase Of
:: on the Plaint1ff'tt"l E -
Consultation carries no obligation.flSflrSSnrrS II L ir-\ .. _
\ J. Thoinas! Jr :.s''k K.., Hearing Aids ,. 't .4
SSSSSSSssSflSessSpSSsSSflSSSrSflss arid file the original in -hof f.,'- "
:' -he .rierk of the Circuit Curt, co'l> \ 4
AND E 1---
-:: ilaj' .nf Deeeniln. } >', :
,','hr\\i-e I the o"f I 4
allegations sa 1
I '"l'la1\t will be taken as cjr.- __1E 4
Pay Highest ,tes. ed by you. BatteriesDiabetic ft '
: Th,< notice! shall be published E r i. 4

,once .a'h week for four consecutive ". 4
: 'we-k\ In the Bradford County Tele FoodsAND :,; f
graph. ...... t '' .
f. 4 .
1'1,1 th.- > day of Xo\ember I GAS OR ELECTRIC
E j
3 1 ; ;
"It-rk "of :h... Circuit Court SuppliesSurgical '
IA' :Mar.an: L. Crst'y Deputy Clerk H

4 SOunastocL 11 -'i "i- 1 u:: i ::: REFRIGERATORFREEZER
4 4
r : 4
4 NOTICE TO \rpR\n I 4
PRICES I. Clrrnlt Court. Rrailfnrd Count"Inrld .
4 Fire : In rt'nnerrv .
Insurance ...
4 : ..trd. v jr.; .< -i..w-ki I'la.n'iff: '. ,: or
t' 4 i 1 -1)1flt) : Brad> -z..\\ -h: : I D-ft-ndai' F:
4 j
FOR 'a-e N", 9S;;"
4 Nntloe To \pprnr.

4 4 isatsurewayto T. J.- ..phin.. Rrad\-zw .'-ki:. Trusses I 4
w h.-.- rednoe, .
4 and adr-ss I Is '41! 4
4 I. r >n.. Turnpike, Floral Park 1.. I .
PECANSFrom protect your :N. YYau
4 We Rent 4
are hereby
notified ttit a 4
4 at for

4 1'' propertyCharley has Divorce been filed against you in the CrutchesVeterinary E THIS OFFER GOOD F01 THE REMAINDER OF 4

One Pound 4 above named Court and cause and p.
4 yoU are required to serve a Of
TO 4 4 E. Johns ,, your answer or pleadmp t.. "tr- THIS YEAR!
complaint on the Plaintiff's
j 1 Attirney T. Frank Ltn1ru. Supplies 'I, I

ONE MILLION 4 Agency Starke. Florida .: -m- '- -- -_ ....... _.__'J
and -
4 file the
original In th
off:-e of 4
011I'b the Clerk of toe Cir>.u.t; Court ui
'I1t" IS STARK1i FLA or before the 4
R. H. Green Jr. 4 22 dy of Decetrh l .S2 4

.4 otherwise the allegations of said I WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE 4
4 4 '.."qII '".i" ,I .nraplant d *.>v!you: will t e taken as cnfe. CENTERnear

321 Temple Ae. 4 .. .- I This notice shall b* published
4 .... ...... '. once each week for four consecutive ( hospital)
: Starke. Fla. 4 I I weeks in the Eridford County T-rle- E 222-224 Temple Ave. U. S. 301 Starke Fla. Phone 166
4 :*'prm' nting THE TRAVELERS Hartford I I graph Gainesville Fla

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[7 itmn 5s Bam ( \ Lung' Cancer Said I-j named Honey Queen Peggy Lucille Hicks I

i To Be Linked I

I Miss Bo!'bi Wild.'r. l>-YI.a; -,\IJiughtt'r Pe.2.:: .. Lt.: :I-! Iik! 'ks

e 10 BY,' CLINT JBONNER.. With Smoking Habit j i (>.' Mr. a'hl\ MrV. K: iiishter! : o- Sinfiiid :u:, :

-: J" >-._ #:: ''. \Vild. r of Pine Castle.is ievnty : Stakes: Hicks of Starke
? .l r
; 1 i1 'ieiv: in deaths from .

'-, .- e r-- 0101.... vx----*- --- 1 L! ::. in.-er' shows 1 a SUSPtl'h'U5. I. chosen State Honey Queen at :t Gainesville hospital N
17 The chiM '
was born
e a: >
"arallel: to the enormous increase t he annual meetins of the Kti tnii .
Funeral: a-, 're N
[Break Thou the Bread J in cigarette consumption. nov State Beekeepers A.'soi-uu.m .

Methodist ChurchThe U The Tabernacle ? of Lif, '.'!\10 a year for every human being ." : hsIlder.. \'I\'aeku"; Ii.matilla. the Tuesday Bethel XOIS.Baptist Chb at :J' '.

( in the United; States." So states
First Methodist Church of each year a sample; Thanksgivin I : brunette. is the d.ul'htnr t t tiibrmer "> Burial was m the X- '.\

Starke extends a cordial invita- Service is held at the Gospel I :'An !artist takes time out to write two hymns (, Roy Piftost Nonin article a December condensed Reader's from f Gladys Present. and i I" n Cemeternear LtCro.se \\ ,
r liel'of Mrs
tion to all Young Adults to join | Tabernacle, and this week it will I Christian Herald. Mae Edwards or Witt C. Jones III charge
the class taught each:. y Mary Artimlsia Lathbury was 30 years old. She f meetings. So Asst. Mary Lathbury brushed up on starke I angenent.s.1l111ullllllllllll.
growing L.I be observed Friday evening Nov. had spent most ot those years writing verse and her verse-writing and came up with "Day hI! Medical controversy over the

Sunday morning by Mrs. W. fori{i ::9: at 7 o'clock, in order not to illustrating stories for children. But in the Summer P Dying in the West; Heaven is Touching Eartttj; effect of heavy smoking on the/.. u/lu &, 1
also classes ." She but I .4
with Rest ,
'Blair. There are wrote only two verses ,
| of 1SSO the noted artist-writer of juvenile ri of Inns
e cancer has been k'i'i : ,-
adults of all ages at the MethodistChurch I conflict with other Thanksgiving the hymn became so popular that she had to writs, : 10 PIECE
j books sat on the bank of a lake'in Southwestern from public notice for throe ufcadoa :
two more stanzas: and a chorus. It became so
School which begins with i sen;ices being held Thursday. A New York state! and read a book that has been + 1 I Ij
the author
popular, in fact, that it wasn't long until "Day i is notes. :Mlt.: 1
the opening worship each Sun program of music, readings, Testimonies published more than any other volume between Dying in the West" was called "one of the finest J I than 26 years ago the late D' LIVING ROOM

day morning at 9:45: with W. \V. etc. will be given. covers. The story she read from the Bible was ? hymns of modern times" and published in nearly;, .lames Ewing a foremost can.' .
Caines Jr. as Adult Division Su about Christ feeding the five thousand. every hymnal. in America. .
I authority, pleaded for a pub'ieducation :
perintendent.At The Sunday evening message |t. Because her father and two brothers were Meth. f Mary Lathbury became known as "The Lyrist Group
:presented by the sponsor dealt j jI odist preachers Mary Lathbury felt so close to of Chautauqua" and when the organization's Liter campaign.

the Sunday morning Church j I u ith "1'ow er", showing the maI i that denomination that when she was 32 she put ." ary and Scientific Circle was inaugurated the :Mortality: from lung cant er i i'. I

service November 30, the first |I iMhty of man to be his best in i\ aside her pen and brush and took a job as assistant lyrist was called on to write a "Study Song" just the United States increased n'o1 Was 159.95

Sunday in Advent, Rev. Thomas : to the Methodist Sunday School Union's .. for members to sing at their gatherings all over, than 'I
his (A",n power, but his ability tc ten times between 1920:? ntul
G. Mitchell will preach on the I executive secretary, Bishop John H. Vincent. A ,the country. Sitting by the lake that gave the| : --
I ct iuWt't, through the Spirit with\ year later, in 1874, Vincent founded the famous :movement its name, Mary Lathbury got the them 1 1948.! according to a study by Dr. now $410.95 ;
TheVay" t
"God Prepares Phone SO
Divine Power there is no limit to ; Chautauqua movement. By 1880 Chautauqua had for her other hymn as she read about Christ feeding Alton Ochsner former head of p =

Special music will be furnishedby I' his possibilities if Will is sur- I grown to such proportions that the bishop opined, the multitudes by the Sea of Galilee and she J '! the American Cancer Society -'

the Senior Choir. Sunday eve- ivnilereil to that mighty unseenI they needed a Vesper hymn just for Chautauqua ,wrote 1 From 1933 to 191S, deaths from; :, E
ning at 7:30Ir. Mitchell will r this .
I ) iiamo. cause increased 141 per cent
preach on the subject, "His Name } Break Thou the bread of life Dear Lord, to me, Thou art the bread of life, 0 Lord, to me, "It is a
frightening to
Shall be Called Wonderful". The Several members of the congregation As thou didst break the loaves beside the sea; : Thy Holy Word the truth that savcth me. speculate .
select have: been absent from Beycnd the sacred page I seek Thee, Lord; Give me to eat and live Kith Thee aloie; "Dr. Ochsner concludes "on the j
is invited to t
congregation I!, My spirit pants for Thee, 0 Lining Word reach/ me to lore Thy truth, for Thou: art lore. |, number of bronchiogenic cancers
the favorite gospel hymns to singat :fen'ices recently because of ill- I' fT \ A"- 1! that might develop as a result 3

the evening song services. The nt':s. These include Mrs. J. F. T Bless' Thou the truth, dear Lord to me, t. all, 1. t4 Thy Spirit, Lord, nw vntt m", l 1| ;' of the tremendous number of c+15arettes .
Methodist Youth Choir provides At Thou didst pleas the bread ly Galilee; f+'glfiat He moy touch my eyes. and make me ier\j\
special music for each Sunday evening's Sl \\art. who is with her daughter Then' shall all bondage cease all fetters /aJT/ 1 ,, a me the truth concealed within Thy W rd.j] | cades froni consumed 1930 in the "two tie

in Callahan, Mrs. J. Thorn- x And I shall find my peace. my all ixdi,5 f r tid in Thy Book revealed I see the Lord. to 1950.

service.Dr. District Superintendent Hues* and He,'. S. J. Grody. It is ,I (f..-_... ... .a... _.. _-, .ftr*' J.. '--" __ c1"1 Mr Xorr quotes a survey m'oii
R. E. Rutland bthe Medical Research Coun .l:

of the Gainesville I hoped) that they will all iecoversoon. e ot England and Wales on the iii.I .

District of The Methodist Church I ( idence of lung cancer amour

will conduct the first Quarterly I i Miiokei-b. These investigators i.
I I "
Conference for the Starke Methodist Church of God ;ported: "Above the age of 45 t i'i. "
I Church on Monday evening nsk nf developing the disease A.
December 1, at 8 p. m. Everyoneis Sunday School 10 a.m. :Morning t
proportion \1-:
cordially invited to attend. I Worship 11 a.m. Evening: D A pl trat t.eCnrei iShccate, alnaltum AM,. the amount and may he .".o : :E' ) 3
Service 7:30 YPE Service
p.m. as great among thaw i \\ hl'i, :! a! !

Presbyterian ChurchVesper Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting 'Addresses Of Interest Christmas Seals Santa Claus ParadeIn 25; or more l'lgar..ttt" '!;.i, .l :

7:30: p.m. Thursday.Law I among nonsnmk..i -. : '
GainesvilleThis :
Services will be held tey I Mrs. E. L. Jones, Box 474 Dun-
Mailed Out Here ..
School 10 a.m. Morning -
evening at 6:30: o'clock int I Sunday edin, Fla. Saturday ToRelieteMisery
ie Presbyterian Church, and will ;' Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serv- I t Mrs. R. M. Fancher. Oakland of 5 : Every Thing For Your Living Room
Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Help Fight TB \ .
include a discussion of "Some !|ing Park, Fla. Thi bit? annual Christ mini-- ]pCI
I "I,. Come I In And See It ,
and i that brings Santa to ( ;Ian> c- Today
Meanings of Prayer. Tommy I Mrs. Mamie Brown, 2911 llth
Larry Yarbray will take part in. St. Edward's Church St., Tampa. Fla. \ '!Ile! is scheduled for Nov,'nihe .

the Junior Division of the pro- 1|I Betty Jean Anderson, Rt r l :'" The parade begins at 1 p in: MM t: OPEN: UNTIL 9 i) P.M. DE('. I TO (IIUUSTM .
Singing of old hymns will, Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. > II'nI, iJ.iinesville; High School\ II..' > 3

aR pram.be a feature. !j',i Weekday Mass 7:30 a.m. Box 718 Miami Fla. M ;pro eel l down University Ave LIQUID, OR TA LSAME FAST RtUtf &AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAd

Church School will meet, Children's Class Wed. 3:00: p.m. Mrs. R. H. Baibour 130 Thorn \ "'i; Hi'-,'iid the Square. Thenit II 1 ,-' -.--' -'-'- ,-,,aa -,_.._ ,_,_.,_,._', _._.._,_"___._._.,___s r..fe A
Sunday for ,1 I Il Keystone Heights asville Rd.. Tallahassee, Fla. bbamh. floats clowns marchii I .C.'.
with classes
;\ 9:45 a. m., 1 I Leon H. Jordan 1107 N. E 4th i
invitation (Women's Club) I mrls[ and the main attraction t l, I <
all' age groups. A special Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd, 5th Sun. St., Gainesville, Fla. Liz
is extended to all fOrmert'l'mhers 1 H 'I Clans himself. ,.", .r- LJ i1 I f
and others to attend the 11 a.m. 2nd and 4th Sun. 8 a.m. Diana Smith Bartram School !F .vu ln; big red fire trite I;: ,/. lve e f la
Confessions before all Masses. Jacksonville, Fla. ;. t
Class, which has \n'i\ \\ in distribute candies ti 11 I II Is
Adult Friendship )
boon well known as one of the I I i 7:30: p.m.Theressa. Mrs. S. D. Andrews, 3132 Post! 'i 1 <;"I'd 1 little boys and girl:i ; 1/ "

,I St.. Jacksonville, Fla. I ce .
; to him make hi
of its. r > + nne see ;
outstanding adult classes Sgt. G. W. Ricks-RA14353051 J\ e e 6 on o I vllI. a I
The new gifted teacher of Christian "t wiiance: for the Christi \ p II
tvpe. i '
the Friendship Is Alec Yawn. I DAMEDS. USAH 8041st: At i \>on : I

Sunday School Services will be held Thursday; APO 27. San Francisco Calif i "IM'N 1 : have been ,Cane t<
Following the I j I I
Morning Worship will be ; evening at 7:30. The study will be Sgt. Billy Dansby. 16th Co 2nd i Ii,.. I tirs; one of the best ChiiMn .

.Hour.conducted at 11 a.m. The sermon the 1st chapter of Revelationswith :, Bn., 1st .Student Regt., Ft. Ben Christmas ,\\s 1':1I'\tl": .: ever held in dimes : I $10 LAYS AWAY YOUR TV I
fling Ga.Mrs. Buy Seals
will be- on the subject, ':Our Un; Clyde Colson as .leader. I' \ ilk :and the public is invited li tt i I
G. J. Lambert Rt. 1. Bar.dy :-
will deal with I nit end this gala day in GnincsiUV. j-
failing Friend", and Pirated above 13 the 1952 Tu-
I Fifth convention will Va. ;
difficult doc \ :
one of the more berculosiChristmas Seal which is I
W. M. Oliver, care D. P. Mathis
I be held here Nov. 30. A big day
Christian Faith,
trines of the currently being received throughout ,,
having been called by one author I has been planned and everyone 2108 Pfc W.James Church Gaskins.St., Orlando 3906 ,Ken-Fla. Bradford County and the na-1 1 i Funeral Services : I For Installation For Christmas I

The blind spot in our religion". is cordially invited to attend. Pro- tion. i| I
I' wood Ave.. Tampa, Fla.J. !! For Mrs Starling
A part of the service will be the gram as follows: 11 a. m. Ser- I More than 600 envelopes con-1 I j Sec I'* Now
R. Belnap, 1960 Cassett St., ;
solo arrangement of Mallotte's I mon by V. G. Gilbert of Atlanta. I tabling seals and a number of I I I
Jacksonville Fla. I ., Mrs! Doroth Moier Starling i; I While The Rest t Appointments Are Still Available
in place of Christian 12 Com- I'
College noon
"The Lord's Prayer" I : bonds have been mailed out by the
I C. W. Colson, 22SO Brown HillS. ,,23, wife of Doyle E. Starling I I
thef'oltt'n' version in the usual 1 mUllion; 12:30: basket dinner. 2 local committee and it is hoped.
E., Atlanta Ga. i; former resident of Lawtey, die ''
liturgy. p.m. Sermon by P. M. Herndon of that returns from these will be 1 CHAS. C. SHEPHERD I
Leon Roseber 621 W. Bay St.. in a Miami hospital Thursda:y.
The Presbyterian Choirs will Lake Butler. 7:30 p. m. Sermonby mailed in promptly. I
Jacksonville, Fla. Nov 20. She was born in Union-
rehearse Wednesday evening at V. G. Gilbert. The I RCA TV ADMIRAL TVr.
F. H. Schnauss, 4344 Ortega I average state contributionfor town. Pa., the daughter of Mi ,
7 p. m., and Prayer Service is to Forest Jacksonville Fla. seals is 15 cents per person, I and Mrs. Ira Moser who I
Dr. now nI Most Complete Service Department Thin 1 Vicinity
be held at 8 p. m. At 8:30 the PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS but in recent years Bradford sIS II
Men CHURCH Miss Mary E. King. RFD 4, I sides in Winter Garden. w I
Committee on Box 594A, Ocala. Fla. County has contributed an averageof a member of the Baptist Cliurcl!h. *-.-,-.- _ ___ __.._,_..... _,_._._._._ _ __,_ .:'
School 10
of the ("hurelwill .hold a Sunday a.m. only seven cents
Mrs. Blanche A. Otto, P. O. Box per person. Besides her husband and pai _
Committee Morning Service 11 a.m.
of the -
meeting. Personnel i The local committee is striving;: to re
Fla. ents. she is survived by thre
Service 7:30 40S1. Bay Pines
is Claude Crowson J. W. Abel Evening p.m. increase that this
and Prayer Meetings Wednesday: 2nd Lt. W. C. Smith. 9003 AAV average year. i children, Gloria Jean Glenda J,o,
Ken Ilolzendorf Sr., Guy IS COMING TOGAINESVillE
This 46th Annual
night 7:45: p.m. Saturday niglk AFS AFCOC No. 5, Ft. Benj. Harrison Seal 'hud Darny, and one sister. Mr s.

Andrews.On 7:45 Ind.Lyman I, Sale, like others before it, will go Betty Handley of Winter Garde!
Sunday, Dec. 7, at the morning p.m. for the of the tuberculosis n.in
G. Peet. change from Funeral services were held i
service, the recent sermon. control and
riH'RCII OF JESUS CHKI.vr :Melrose to 29 N. W. 6th Ave., prevention programs Crosby Lake Cemetery Sunda L.v ,
"Try Giving Yourself', will be repeated. carried: on by the National Tuber-
OF LATTEll DAY SAINTS :Miami Fla. afternoon at 2:30: o'clocltith D
: The December 14 messagewill culosis Association. ein
Services each Sunday in old Masonic : Mrs. F. Williams, 2501 West- i i Witt C. Jones Funeral Home i

be, "Out of the Deep"invited to, Hall on E. Call St. Sunday brook Dr. Franklin Park 111. I i Anyone who did not receive chirge r

The public is cordially School 10 a.m.. Sacrament Sets: James T. Wainwright. Box 721 seals or a bond through the mail
share the services with the memIcrs I ---------------------- Nov.l 29th
of the church. ice 6:30: p.m. Everyone welcome. Melbourne Fla.I may obtain them by contactingMrs. 1 Saturday

I Robert Stefanelli EFS 769-88- J. R. Wainwright chairman. 1 r .

Church of Christ ,\C.PtU.110m 72. I. C. School Class 10-53 I. C. Mrs; J. R Kite: secretary, or )tr. ;, l

AT ciintm oi' CHRIST Service School Command USNTC R. P. Stubbins, 1952 sale chair- 1 '
Comer 10th and McMahon: San Diego. Calif. -- I
The about 40 I NEXT '
choir of
Acapella II
Bible School 10 A. M. I "' t :
ti Come One
members from the Florida Chris I -

Preaching-M A. M. and 7:3uP tian College in Tampa will sing, Fast Fudge For Holly Days ::1 I i

Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud)i at the Church of Christ in Starke, Come All I;

each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. Monday evening, Dec 1. at 7:30 I I '

Everyone welcome. o'clock. Everyone is welcome : !

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REV. LEWIS D. IRISES, Pastor 2 _. 1 I;

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town ,. 1 1 I '

Phones Office 231 Pastorium 130 f / v '
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Sunday Sermons: 11:00: A.M. ;:30 P.M. i \4j w

Sunday School 9:43: A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. T'I i I

Midweek Service Wednesday. 7:30 P.M. I ,
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FOR FREE TRANSPORTATION I ;\ .t C i: ) =" + ;..;. 1
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-Phone 266-J on Sunday 306 on Weekdays. 'IIt" ..4'I. .

C. f- ".? .,.1. ? ..-y r q 1 1 Free Movies for the Kiddies

Mrs. Santa will share with you the secret of personalized Christmas 1 1 1
presents. Send candy from your kitchen and don't beieve it s difficult 1
t. make. These professional-looking beauties were all home-mad f'-I>':. / 1
one simple, basic recipe. No candy thermometer needed. Jut meat :.,,- THE ONLY RANKIn t FLORIDA THEATRE 9-12 a.m.
HEAR PASTOR BOB GRAY, SUNDAY. 7:30 P.M. sweet chocolate morsels, stir in evaporated milk and \aHiiia ana >' .r This
I candy mixture is ready for Pralines, Patties, Chocolate Squares, or Z '
Speak On This Subject : I any of the other delicious things shown above. 4 The

"Why Talkest Thou With Her?" /v 2 chocolate packages morsels semi-swet Short Cut Fudge ** cup condensed sweetened milk. Christmas Club Plan !reef Parade with Santa :i

1 teaspoon vanilla Complete Banking
Subject Sunday Morning 11 O'clock : Melt chocolate in top of double boiler. Remove from heat. Stir in milk 1

and vanilla and mix until mixture is well blended. Turn into pan or Service FREE CANDY 1
"BEWARE OF THIEVES" shape in desired form. Allow to stand several hours. YIELD: Approximately 1 p.m.
4I' I1* pounds

First Baptist Church Hampton ':= I Chocolate Sqtllres-Turn mixture into an 8-inch square pan. Sprinkle 1 KEYSTONESTATE I

.4 : with chopped nuts, press l lightly Cut into squares. 1

Bible School 10 3..11 1. Don Hill Superintendent .= Coconut Balls-Shape into Vinch balls then roll into shredded coconut. 1 1 BANK SPECIALS IN THE STORES FOR ALL
4 Walnut Patties-Shape into '.-inch balls, and press whole: walnut or
B.T.U. 6:30 P.M.I Frank Williams, Director :4 I pecan in center. 1

4 Pralines Measure 1 standard tablespoon of mixture. Place on a piece 4"{ The Friendly Bank in the
"Hour Of Power" Wednesday S p.m. :4 i of waxed paper Use another piece of waxed paper to place on top of Friendly Communit "
I : pralines Press with bottom of a water glass to make a 2-mch circle.
"YOU Are Welcome To T:a Church Where Every Visitor := I Pre s pecans in surface. Sponsored By :
\ Keystone Heights. Fla.
Is An Honored Guest.." : Chocolate Nut Roll-Add l* cup coarsely chopped nuts to mixture. t
= I Divide mixture in half. Make two rolls about 14 inches in diameter. Merchants Division-Gainesville Chamber of Commercep
'" Lightly press roll into chopped nuts so that all area is covered. Allowto

l stand several hours; slice each roll in approximately 16 slices. i 1i 11I I I-4

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nunXO'F.I F.lt 28. 19.VJamtt ;

Herb Green, of Starke, i i',*!shown at left about to above named Court and cause and, .
.-. Ii-'"' r' :ur.! :; t."f ,-, t' :.y c' > named '"ourt .
Gold doun the Herb Final Pecan Sale > "l are required to Fer"a ct.py "t' :. u- -\\ er or |>l-.ijing tn h."' I and, i .t
Humphreys lay one alley. a newcomer to theHumphrey j c"m- > "!\I .'t required to ser.iir \,' .,
; our answer or pleading to the complaint -
j plamt I on the Pl.untiffv t Atioiiu-y t \ ,.i.-.xt': ..... pleading t, .
V organization, did a creditable job of on the Plaintiff's Attorney T: :-':rjjR t..indrn., $:..rk' Fl.i. ':, ...n I I".' PlIntift'[ \
Neal D. E\ans. Jr. 103: Law
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!Mipportins the plant Maintenanceictory 0\t'r the I I Khangti Huiltling Jaikson-> :-" t'r'f:nrir.gi the ial .n the '<'ffu-e < :1 I T Frank l.umlrum., S'1."

Set For Dec. 4 \ tlio. Horia ." !. ;.>r" the ;:I day!Cinu.t"f D< 'urt ,.<>n 1..1 f'lt), the '.: :jri ,.il! "i th' .
Bowling Tourney Wet Mill Maintenance- Herb frap-d 129 for Jhe iemi f. I*10 k "I.t the C': '.'uit .
i I I ai.d file the origl-ial I In the on'lce of l'ij-:;: other\\i, the allegations of ,
I In
i iSo !ITthe :2'::1 d.y of I 11
night. tiie ('It i'k of the Ciriuit ( .urI on S \ill complaint Will be taken as c 'nfe 1"1' "
I. 52.: olh
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01, before the 2i4! day of Dtt'clllber.1 i ",.ed b>' you. said CI.MI.If. |rw"J. :J- S'. .

far this wesson pecan growers I'.;-; otherwise the allegations of, This n.>ti.-e shal! be )pnl.li-h., ': S-,.,1 |Io t \ >
Gets Under Way i' -ad Complaint will be taken as> con-, ri" 0' ,'ah \\tk for four OHM <.,n\e: 'l'iiIli j jon
'. 'I HI Bradford County and close by t.,1 by >'ou. we'ekin the P.radf.ird; County T.-1."- > >. t..i. !K 'S '
I I Yms notice shall be published : t graph \\.I.'W' 'i
u! as liavold 53,377 pounds; of
I| ince each week for four consecutive ,; Dat.d :1':k :2i;; day of No\.rh
The 1952-53 Bowling League of I nut at the three auction sales w -eks in the Bradford County TeUI I' 152 P.II'I .' .\ :-.
:i in.eht tJllLph (OFFICIAL [ 1 I'ti ::,->
t r Humphreys Gold Corporation got ter i I at the Starke State Farmers I I :Dated. thi.> :?::? day of November : Clerk SEAL of)the A. CUT J. Thomas: Co-t i ((OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. T' -
1! :!
'IV Marian L t'l' I'M
under way Wednesday. Nov. 19, -, J M.irki t (Gloss: receipts from the ', OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J. Thomas Crosby, 11 Deputy S Clerk' : 1'v :Marian: L Crosby D. ;p .'
CItik of the Circuit Court : 4; 12OTiri !:'
with the Office Team scoring a hi-f : J r, .N .
s.ils totaled
1 : $12,1SS.6S. Br Marian L. Crotin)'. Deputy Clerk. \ : TO %1'S'B.Iit
11 ,: n 1Minn !:'
clean victory over the Mining \'lni! !>.e declined at the third f Clreuil <' ort.. Dradfuril ('o..C>,
-- l-'larIJa: In 1.........,.. Let
Area 3-0, and Plant Maintenance s:.' :,i I :it'ro Thursday of last : 10 irrniu :II us keep Christ
1 .'. ( rruIt ( .eurt ttradfvrd ('01111.>,' t:I. P Ward. Jr. Plaintiff \ Ir, r.,
defeating the Wet Mill 1 2-1. i' x. ,, '!'i." :-i i'illy 13.160 pounds of rlnriiiii : t'haiirer)'. !' Sutka'tuard' Defi.l!.. .1 inCHRISTmas

: ''I.. .\ c offered for a gross reSL1931.18. al'.dl I'iciolle, I1iaiirt ut, >s D"Miiin, !' Civ.' :\ fljOII : "'.
Other scores of games bowled r ,. :,' Detenuan \ H> To Appear
V : : The average Case :N.. :'' To I I' .'nt' :S'-tk':: .i.tn- \t.i i ,"I Il \> : is1 ,.
November 21 were Engineering : -..I. 'i .I It .1 ..t.It'e.
,1.1:d! \\as 22 1-4 cents perin .itLrc To \|>|>rar. 1'I
T 'L Dominic CII'l'"n"'h,"" 1. -i' K n-r. l'hlo'agu :i!', J.JVour ,, ,, Greeting Cards
3-0 over a four-man Service Team, 'I i -LI:: :uv: lower than the 'ier.e and addres, i j.s: :21iU! Bei'uont' i I i aie lit 1>'1))' J: .t"f.c'd' th.! ., a Gift

and Zircon 2-1 over the Dry :Mill. 2 3 1 l--: Lfiu average at the second A';enu. < Uroiix.: New York. ',.11.t l..t. Wrappings
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V .r a; heieby notified that afUit Books for Children
I h. !I.. i ,
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f'rAn.uent '
The Electric Shop team, cap. -t -
Tht rmal sale will be held here I : and or Divo- ,- and (;Jrown I I'p>.
tamed by Mike Funderburk, was I T'i |11'I'. I e 4. r.neen f.led aga'nst! you in t'n. FOR Song and Chorus IJ
aiioxnamed Court and iau--e awl SALE
idle last week but will have its
i |PI i :.'i.mge I on the 16 vami.ii1 '- you aiv reiuired| to s- ,, a ..pj "; Novelties and
hands full next week when it tin ...
your answer or plead'ng to in -
: I lu-re last Thursday .. lain' other items thai ,ills
the Office Team. plaint on the i'laintitf'II""II. > CATFACEWOOD >\
opposes 'I. i'H\S.! : Evan T. Evaniii,: l.av\ Kilutige --
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League bowling is held on I l"uidnig: : ..I.n-k-.ii\... >our Christmas .h"I'\lIII| | | ;:

of Florida \\ ith a CHKIsriXN
Wednesday and Friday nights .. .15 -- ..191'i :
and file the original in the office of
each week at Strickland's Landingon : ,, \l t I;" I .18 .24 thr Clerk of the Circuit Comt on r.MPIIXMsParkOfThePalms:
I or before the :2t lIauf Deceiiilx.
Kingsley Lake.Keystone I I' .18
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1H52: : otherwise the allegations ,.f ANY AMOl'XT
.f rurr ;.. __ .2044 ,12% said Complaint nil!! he taken as confessed -
by you. ANY LENGTHSSee ;
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Election u. .19 -- 21'.2I This notiie shal! be pitblineilonce Book Store and (;lift Shop
e :- M'vt I': .1:) .234 eat h Week for iou ..ofis.-iutui
I -"...* 19 w"f'k in the Uiadford: Co.int.% 'I',,1!"- D. IJoutc 100 Hrjstoiir lli-i,,htk
-- .254 B.
Set For Dec. 2 S. gr.&ph.1)ated, THOMAS tIlt.n| iliil> from !9 a.m. In. .', |I' III
N .
I.i .18Ni this 24 day < l \.v> lid i I.

E. C. Welchel) Jr., Plant Superintendent of the IS.244 1952. Lawtey, Fla. '\ "t'pt\ SUllola.\
r (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, Thomas
Vcters at KeystonE Heights Humphreys Gold Trail Ridge project is !ho\\n at \t:1' ., .: .n. 18 -- .19 Clerk of the '_'.rUit c''.'. i iDy

will go V1 the polls next Tuesday, right. Mr. Wekhel, bowling for the Office Team Pr.-mii i .1Q1 2 .*.Jo'aFrosilni Marian! L. Crosby Deputy 112It Clerk I U: .. --- .

Dec. 2, to elect a Mayor three displayed mid-season form In racking up the highest '". .20 "-
niombers of the City Council, a average for the night, 136 and led the Of I ice Mayhun. ,2() ..25Tf.srrt. In Circuit MHK Court-io, llruilforil\PPI\U: (Count.

Tax Collector Tax As- ._ .161. 17* 1'luriilii In ( liaii<-er>'. McGRIFF
City a Team to a victory user the )liningrl'a. .. .. ., -, Concetta Uicchetli Macina. Plaint MOTORS
Russell ... ,
Clerk and Town -
nessor, a City a %s. Dan Macina, Defendant
Columbo ..18First Case No &.",! -'-
I I ago.The ,..*I'C '1'" Appear.

L. Morgan, Jr. is unopposed fjFh) fry put on by the Group To Form I To: Dan I Macina whose resideiii i.

: Rotary Club last Thursday evening BerriesAt and address: 1011 Avenue L, BrooKlyn YOUR PONTIAC DEALER
fcr Uie position of Mayor.: I I Keystone Heights I New York

The five candidates for the three in the Woman's Club was Your are hereby notified that a

vacancies the Council i Mrs. Sara McDonaldAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA one of the most successful ever For Vet HousingPlans Plant suit Divorce for | ,
upcoming on by I City I and restoration ofmaiden Invites
You To Visit Our
are: C. J. Bastedo Fred Dodd I II staged by that club. That is has been filed name against in the Service !,
I about the only form of money The first pint of strawberries of you ,
Walter King, John Power, and above named Court and cause anti !i

Wm. Siprelle. I The rummage sale, sponsored raising project the club ever puts for the formation of a this season on the Plant City I you are required to serve a ropy of I
your answer or pleading! to the oom-i
Mrs. Sara McDonald and Carson by the Woman's Club, was scheduled -I on and they are very good at it. cooperative for the purpose of State Farmers Market sold la! t I plaint on the 1'laintiff's Attorney I' Department

.I The Daytime Circle of the Community I building a group of two and three- T Frank Uindruiii. Starke, Fla. I IWhi'h
E. Wieland are competing. to open again last Friday I ;': bedroom houses in Starke will bedisusscd Friday for $100. The berries were and file the original in the office of]
for the of Tax Collector. Church Women met last the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
position and Saturday but because of cold j at a meeting to be held bid on by E. It. Upshaw of Cernig- or before the 29 day of December,1
Nov. 17 at the home of
W. M. Beam for Tax Assessor Monday, | 1H52! : :!: otherwise the
I 110 allegations of
weather and lack of heat in the I I in the American Legion Hall Friday Produce Company of Atlanta said is equipped with he finest I
M. I.. Beasley for City Clerk, and Mrs. C. Sipe with Mrs. F. M. Complaint will be taken as confessed equipment obtainable.All .
I :'JO28., from 3 to 7 I Ga. They were grown by Bro- [ by you.
it Walrath Sr. co-hostess. Mrs. p.m.A
building was postponed until as
W. J. for Town This notice
Dermody Marshalare shall be
published work
son Mela who
has guaranteed to
I one acre ofberries satisfy. We will finance
representative of Allied each week anlarge
all unopposed. this weekend. Weather Reeves had charge of the devotional once for four ('Oflst''UIIVCveeks >
permitting homes Inc., a Jacksonville building 1 at his farm at Carters'Corner. \ in the Bradford County Tele-
exercises. 25 -
"*" mem-
it will be graph. overhaul job on your automobile. We will also
open on Friday. !I Each year the
bers were present. II concern. will be on hand at growersvie Dated this: 25; day of November,
Tax DiscountFriday Last The 1 hat time with each other to see who i ys 2.
Wednesday even ng, to show plans and refinance
I The Night-time circle, the spe- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas your automobile in order for you to make
Florida Players of the i oifications I brings in the first pint of berries
University ,[ pictures of house Clerk of the CircuM ('ollrt. I
and Saturday Nov. 28- of Florida played to a rather !: Nightingales, met on Thursdayin I styles, etc. Veterans are askedto 'which ale sold at public auctioni Hy Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk smaller monthly payments on any make of car. You
I the with Mrs. Haber-
29, the last two in which parsonage i the benefit of 11/23 4t 12/1:'
are days small but appreciative audience in bring their original some civiccause. -
taxpayers may claim the maximum the Woman's Club. They ran the I strc-th and Miss M. Tracy as vo thu meeting.The I This year the $100' is to be In \nTn.: 'io \IMM\K I cannot loose by doin .:' business with McCiriff.; !
hostesses Miss Gertrude Houser rirruil Court, llnnlfonl "'era ,
four per cent discount Tax gamut from high comedy to company has made ar- ] usi'd to beautify the grounds of I'lorlilii: In (" .nn"r;. oly I

Collector J. R. Kelly reminds the: Shakespearean tragedy and handled I had charge of the program. I rangtments with Charles Hardy [ the new Plant City Hospital sa>nell; Iluyler. Plaintiff. v> Wham ::- II

public. Beginning Dec 1 the discount -, it all with Wonderful ability :, Friends of Tommy Hearst will I to construct the houses on lots in i Straw berries are expected in suf- c'I ge Huyler. Defendant.Ca>e N ..,,1\' > I

drops to three per cent. I and aplomb. ,There were some learn with regret that he is a TTardy subdivision I fificnt volume to open the market \<.it-e TH \ullenr.

talented actors in the patient in the Wright-Patterson on SouthOange i for regular sales about December :-d To:, .William. Ci.-irge, M-! <;>> I it r.. ."h,." i
very young St. It is understood thatmoney : a-d! add'1 .--- >. -,-. G. J. MCGRIFF MOTORS
The from Air Force Base Hospital in Day : 15. 1 :i-'r" 4'-" :. Co 4 i I':' -.' i i: |I' >'
group. songs "Naughty iMalitta" | fcr -
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Recent Birth { houses is available .- : -Ir.i, >; I'i'h >' .. ,.
were especially enjoyed. j ton, Ohio. He has been stationed at tIp present time. I Thq' first ripe single berry in .'i ':'. .!..,. h---l-i .1.(i.i" : '' ;.'. : ?

Miss Brown some of Wirconsin' but was sent down ( 1 Il.radfoul County was brought to ,' : ; ,- Phone 20:5: Starke I Fla Templei>. i
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Knowles I Shirley sang The Allieii company has already I' ..','" '.-.i.,1 .' O' ... ,
announce the birth of a son, I the same songs which she sang ::, to Dayton for treatment. I complete! 33 houses in Feniandma i the Telegraph office last week has: .he.... rIl';, (! .,?an": I' ". !

i I lloibeit 1 ::,.in. tI i t .nit .. ,, I _. _
Horace Ronald, on November 13 I as lead in the musical comedy ,I Mr. and Mrs. Ch.is. Oliver arc and is now in: the process of: by Norman. So far. no t C- : -- n ="""r ___-
at the Doctor's Clinic. i given in Gainesville some months in Keystone for the Thanksgiving bJiUling 23 in Lake City. Their one has brought in a whole pintof .... AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAsA4AAAA4A

1 holiday. I twa bedroom house cosis!! $7,500, ripe fruit.

i Mr. and Mrs. Southerland have and the three bedroom type costs I "4 KOCH'S

I DJ3t : as their guests Mr., Southeiland's SS.neo. I \\as stated. According to reports 44

I 1 sister Mrs. A. G. Allen from Construction of the homes will I there aie al' least 40 veterans -
Orange Park. for the begin as so.n as a !
were qualified
group here \ ho would like
\ to build:
Jo'OItL..<:-One 4-. room house on FOU 11ENT-"Aeadia" 4 room cottage holiday. i Of'I't,1'an 3
can he
Iff Loop. load 100. See K.V .! with bath J. T Uuiele\ signed up. i it under this or a similar nlan., Offers YouJacksonville

\ .\110'". Sftiers Store 3tp 12/5 Mr. and Mrs. Murphy are backto
imuTiFiL *.'.\1': P1 \'U Famous
the winter in their home I Flight Team Will 4
FOK nn.NT-Furnished house ante A M MI: 1'\\ \11\1'* spend Stage Exhibition 4

room furnished apartment :SeeKitty's : ". ...-: -, :'i to resident of thi section on Keystone Lake. I'At! Jacksonville 4
Cafe. :223: Temple A"1". with good credit. gorgeous hub- NAS On Pearl Harbor Day 4 Prices
ItchKWANTKD Spinet, standard make full SS Mr. and Mrs. Haskins WI'1'in
'iote keyboard. Just pay smal The
Keystone over the weekend and Naval Air !
TO Bt'tn.m private down payment assume se\eral four-plane unit uses thpliamonl
small business In r-;nihy payment Piano fully will be back for a family dinner Station will have Open House on -- __
.wntr going \ formation to execute -:: 'ri .
guaranteed WHITE: COLLECTION: __ , :z----1uiii __Iw t :. 1 '- : y'
"Pearl ,
Sorlho'iorldol.\ In town or on I and reunion at their old home on Harbor Day", Sunday the -, _, .: "" ,
follo..ingmaneuvers: barrell!
good highway (;iive full details MANAtiEU HI OkUwaha A\'e. ,
: brut cash price In letter to t tmd I Ol'al.O'la\ Will adxise where to I It Keystone Lake where their daughter -': Dec 7. The time for the event roll. loop half cuban eight and Trade At

Marke s.. M. :Mille, Koute I, box:3tp:3U4-A./12/5: free piano. ll,2chg: Mrs. Robt. Jackson is now has been set for 1 to 4 p.m. when reverse half cuban eight. From Home i Only

living. I I I the gates of the Naval Air Sat- the "echelon" fOrmation. the I III

\\K\ UEPAIU any small \Klectrlcal 3 j.K1S.: ;5" ANI t'P every week. I ion will be thrown
Appliances or Radios. New and Full or part time. Take orders Mr. and Mrs. E. Rinehart of open to the team executes the reverse echelon < And 26 DAYS BEFORECHRISTMAS

used<< radios and appliances for f..:' .\mericas' largest selling nationally Pittsburgh who have been in Key- I general' public. and the breakup.In :
Weeks Klectrlcal" Appliance
sale. advertised LlQl'ID FElt- i'
"\a ('hur,," Plant Food Company, Feather Court to spend the win- I Iton' Team the "Blue Angels", SAVE MONEY :
FOU XT-Thrt'e room cottage lia-B Monroe St Marion, Ohio.3t "tration by the "Blue Angels",,
with khower. J T- (juigley: 12vvyyyyYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy 5 ter. They are cousins of Mrs. will be the featured performers

FOR SALE-Sweet Yellow Lupine Margaret Tracy. j during the afternoon. The Naval it is planned to have a Navyblimp I :I SHOP EARLY AND GET

Air Reserve and a Navy helicopter TIME AND
*ed. Hairy Indigo new crop MATTRESSES Mrs. Beville. the former Mrs. Training Unit commanded : PUSHING

Southland Pensacola'! Oat Hahla seed. & Hay certified early .1 Gladys Whittington who nowj by Captain Easton B.I flight demonstration.% Also there THE BEST

before prices go up. Seed drying OF ALL KINDS I' Noble will be host for the event. will be 20 different types of 1 _. ,_ _ :
j lives in the Canal: Zone. is back in ,
C'll"Rnintr.-Z., Fla. \\ Ilarniltol.flrooket tf. RENOVATEDFURNITURE the states for a visit. She was | The rallying point for the spectators Naval aircraft on displaith; < -' "
I will be in the for th convenienceof '
in vicinity of ramps built
and is
Keystone briefly stayingin

r.\STED-Graduate licensed practical for nurse general or Starke with her mother.Mr. I the NAUTU Hangar 113 when the viewing at a better vantage 3 OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN

Clinic exhibition takes place. and a selected number of static <
Doctor's Hospital
duty. IIII
and Mrs. Kyle McMurtry had .
301 W. Call St.. Starke. Fla. tf guests this week Mr. and Mrs. i I II The Flight Demonstration Team displays will be shown with III I :II ---- ----#,,---#-#---##-.--"-, ...-flspeeeeepp-a-aa e e S.,."---- ,.-,__". ,__

j i whose home base is at the NARTU hangar area.
FOR SALE *" x 8" x 16" Concrete I I Powell. Mrs. Powell is Mrs. :\Ic.Iurtry's Corpus .
I'.lrtok 18c each. Plenty of Keupholstered and I Christi Texas has performed in
Mortar Mix and Cement Hrad- :\ sister. %o no: 10i>i'.: Ill I We Are Here Serve You
ford Engineering Company. Phone Refinished numerous important functions In ( irruit Court, llrndfonl (''>unt>. to
M. tf Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thorua: since August of this year. the I'loriiliit In ( hnl..r'.
HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. were weekend guests at the homeof fr..r 1III..lf I'.Hl-.i Pi.l".lf! V.
I most important being the Fifth l.dith rarlx 1). !. :.
FUn "T-\lrnl..hf'\1=" eotage.three Box 230 Palatka, Fla. Mrs. Thomas' parent Mr. and ,1I'a" :N"nllrr '."-.."> We Have Increased Our
: Personnel '
room and lath with yard. Annual International Aviation In Order To
\ I
'In \iirnr
Also three and four room apart- &LALLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAkAiLET Mrs. W. I... Reynolds. i '
Exposition at Detroit. 110: I'dith: I CarNon! \\'HUMr( -s.ilno>
ine'its close ill. desirable location -
Don't forget to vote in the city .T-il: aildi-f-s.' iSl'ijv: ::: M< ''' fl'lIr.-, Give You Better Service
All modern ((
j. n enow. JH.IIIMU.K The team. commanded Lt. .
n\'l'nlt'nI'K'1 i, by I!"!ll -\ anl. Sa'l Pn-jtn C.ilifmnM >
01V Madison. j totuCATTLK election next Tuesday. Dec. 2. i iI i I I Your are hereby notified that a
Commander 1.Butch
I AMI IIOGS iI j Roy ( ) 1
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(rnume India For mom AI.KS Yoris. of Santa Calif. FOR THOSE
Cruz will I I'lMT' WHO WORK *
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A \"r..rr I Knrh: 1'hur.da Students Enjoy I Ij J j I fly the sleek Grumman F9F-5 !I.I 1'1fd.(1! a .lIn-1 \n'i' PI Iht- 4 KTLYATKOCH'

Azalea.". .' 1. plants iJ: ."i n branched USin- .and each l.ar-wellr <:-.'..r..illli. Knrh Kri.layPKOTKCT I i "Panther" jets during the demon OR WORK LATE SHOP :

g.." Plfltssotm: ; ,' and Jl each. TOl'U SECURITIES / DinnerTurkey. I I stration. This is one of thejNavj's w.c.T.u.
llrlnrili Pauline Karle\:>*lea CollinsIQX (inrdeiio. Fireproof Protecto Security: Box,, j Turkey |: newest carrier-based jet 4 4
beautiful large heavy duty steel;
US. Karleton. Fla.E.ITlK.l'laIn fighters with a top of 600- '
box. $10.25 plus! tax. Bradford TII\N'K>G.fVIXG 19.V2. *
I with all the
sewing and County Telegraph tf trimmings. plus miles per hour. It is poweredb "THK LOIU litTlE DOXKGI5KAT 4

alteia'ions. Satisfaction guaran- ... I 95 enjoyed by the students of ttv new Pratt and Whit 4 4
l.-fd Price reasonable Mrs. Ever- -OU TilE Bl'DGET. II="DEO Bnd Starke THINGS HK IS.
tarJ..11..lk. ( -100 Engraved Wedding Invitations Elementary and .I-4S! turbo-jet enginehnh' de 44 *
: Prison. 11'1 mil fnmi I \\ iiF.KKorF.: : : \IE < I.\B." -
on fine High School this week. >
rag-content paper
V.utler Highway. 'ht 6 rtOO( \
velopinoiv ; p.ll1\d< !< of 4
only $1695 Bradford County "' J.\L.M ,. >
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j Telegraph tf. The cafeteria was colorfully thiu.-t 4 We Are Open Holidays

1.\":'"" Fi LIla) night at football | RADIOS REPAIRED dE'C'oratedilh a horn of plent\ 4 *
S pain! gold wedding band I arranged b> the interns from theUniversity 4 Each Day From >
'L tpwlrt: returned to Ml Make All Model* : Clothinsr) !
Ch.ir! '\ Parker FVrida! Power Irnkonahlr rhnrge* guaranteed of Florida >
i '" Oil*, c. SlIKIMIKItl: ) ISO I >
!; ItpF"1 'otV.. Pull "''t. i i>rke Ph. :.U The festive season wa ev.i.! !.' I 4

S\ .r! -Ho .\ul'ma'uh.! with the aroma of turkey ad 8 A. M.--1 0 PI M. PI M.
FOR RENT-Large completely furnished --

S'iphTiv!\v"iancex! u"ed. apply at V.ohgK' OaysHi on Brooklyn house.Lake Keystone Electric Heights Ftn'eand I school pumpkin lunch pie. Mrs.manager: Myrtle rt'plll'hi Jon-. 4 4 .! i9

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->II K iltai SALE. .LU-"lmpre both -.!"f!la-ire aid, green hrd I I I Jacksonville er. Box 3211.or write Jacksonville Mrs Throw Fla, I record students. participation the of l 2\' > \WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE 4 4 -----_________.'___________.______ _," __ __ ,..' _

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Si.T-ke. Fla. itt. i I : :: 3 This Week's *>
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FOiL SALE-XU" large pom>cta L Temple Avenue near I>u!. Station included: roast young T'tro
blooms fir sale lOo each at 115.tua : M..r> :3r.nm cottage J. T Quiglev, I Turkey with Bradford dressing ZENITHRADIO
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TURKEYS READY Come tc Pilgrim gravy: cranberry saucea 44

> i!' 01' Turkey Farm Florahome- la Miles Standish: pea Massa- s I COUNTER -. BIG VALUE FOR ONLY

FOR :SALE: -Two resident lots Mrs.Kuth ri
Fla. for a nice young turkey for soit: John Alden hot rolls: Plymouth
Carlisle It <

: I It. your special dinner. Visitors welcome t. I Rock butter: MassachusettsBay andTelevision --44 44 $1.00 -- COME IN AND HAVE FUN E EII

i'U! SALE-1-two t.r'r FI'\rtnl't'1' : tf-chg milk: PnscUla pumpkin pie I
(< .\ hee-, 1-one nurer Florence <
(. heater. 1-two burner Florence Sales 4
Cook stov>. Cheap f--r cash. )Irs. PRATHER ESTATE I'ORLE= : HOSPITAL
Ada r Alexander. Church and 4 bedroom house plus 6 lots All i)j ADMISS1ONXThe and Service <4 II
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two wheeled trailer T. L. Casey, GARAGE BUNGALOW for RENT I : Mrs. A. E. Shipman. 224 N. Temple A H?. Phone 166 J Koch Drug Store
4 miles north on 301. Itp; 2 bedroom modern tile bath,< ar1tIIIrs.: Charlotte Muhl.I -

central heating! air cooled. Everything I hofer. Keystone Heights: Fiord:
-'LL TAKE CARE of children furnished except linen! STARKE, FLORIDA
while mother works. or shops Living ro.m, dinette. kitchen, King. Lawtey: Mrs. Lucia Thomas.
Will also baby sit Mrs C M.K'jhn. :. pantrv. very lar..e closet, Apply[ Mrs. J. W. Mathis. Billy Johnson. ersssn-s-sr SSSSSSSrSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSssJ-e#, 3 Phone 53 Starke Fla.
P O. Box 146, City "' .loniil Florist Nona 81. Phone I I E
4tpli./:S :218.! tl f r and Sharon Johnson. all of Starke.
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