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: December 5, 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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Official County Publication Established In 1S79

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VOLl'ME SEVENTY-FOUR STAUKE. nOHlD.l'IlD \\ DFXKMHKU: : ; I 19X'!) :! M I 'IBI i U TU \ ES 4 ., I

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: --I '--_ Annual Santa Parade This Afternoon; HOMECOMING QUEEN Council Finds

it. Community Christmas Tree Tonight Public FavorsImprovements


; S.tn'.i: CI.I us will didtiibute some 300 pounds of utn 1E.T.uI. '

} : : : .A. i t-toothed children of Bradford County when he opens ;!ii I .. -,, -t41,

nn- shopping season in Starke with his annual parade \: *D .

street this afternoon (Friday) at 1:30.: t ; ", :::, "". I'1'i ..1.7': : ::,-

Mrs. Marian Howe, Chamber of Commerce secretaiy, ,.' r c rt ( ','U lli 'i.eet: :">4till1
nit pa lade \\;1be\ bigger and better than ever this \tat A '. ::1 t'. "p'n".. i,. dB ,
20( and ('t| > I I'hl.: : )! .
> .in businesses organizations represented by float I' ,.:' .
(u rtis! The parade will be paced by the BUS Band in fu'l'I **' IV 1 ;
Th<> annual Santa Parade event attracts bigger crowds ve 'I"I"Ct'

and i thiongfrom Bradford and surrounding counties an' e\j; I

(tilt ('all Street this afternoon for this eagerly awaited t\"fl'; &f I I''
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Another highlight of the day will be the dedication of the ( ''''',,1111111'
ty Chnstmas Tree on the courthouse grounds at 8 o'clock 'tujihCitv ,
Pi I r.
officials will turn on the lights of the tree for the tin' i meat Vc i ie'

ai, &.;oO, and a band concert will be played by the Salvation Ann: :, Hand. !

ot Jacksonville. 'a,

The public is invited to come early for the.parade, spend the rest I'" .

-,- --- of the alternoon shopping in Starke stores that are playing th'II'Christmas K' ako i ;
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merchandise and remain for the Christmas Tree I -tl! ,

It Was A Biff 'UnMore tonight. 't -I IJ'.L 4imateL ived 'I'h.figi-' ,. ',

than eight trucks (above) I I raid; J. VV Barton, special deputy the other man got awa __ 1 t then decide 1 !Ill'll}, '

were required to haul away equipment who was also "in on the kill"; Sheriff Reddish estimates that P.O. To : ..j \' .' rail program shol: I he ::
Stay OpenAllDayDec.
raw materials, and finished I and Sheriff<< Reddish. the value of the confiscated plant Young DemocratsOff iken at the present time
product when Sheriff P. D. Reddish The Sheriff and his assistants Keaiitiful 1II'III11'HI'urma: doiuales. 10th grade: f.uidid.ilf. wasinmned City Clerk Carl John ,
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and materials would total around JJ 18 ; 'I
and helpers raided a huge first located the still about 1:30:=: j (Jueen of I Homecoming festhilies i i at ren-monies following the I II the discussion by explains- ,
moonshine still located on the !' a.m. Friday. No one was there 5000. Included in the haul was To Fine StartA annual football rlj( -Mc placed here Thanksgiting. :s ormps: I sound financial condition ..:"t t: t I'i>

old Charlie Phillips place seven : at the time<< so the officers pre1pared ; 3.000 pounds of sugar which will Post Offiee windows will he ('111'1iI"' Sum Kenfroc ul'larJ.I' and the I'nitersitj' of Florida. j City of Starke and pointing! ; t

miles southwest of Starke early for a long cold wait until be donated to the school cafeteriasand open all day Thursday. Dec. 11, I jI the following sources of nn,,'

last Friday morning. j the "production men" returned.' used at the county jail. Young Democratic Club of and Dec 18 to facilitate mailingsby that could be applied to t.u ;' ting ,

Lower photo shows the "plant" !i They were rewarded about 6:45: Thirty-six full jugs of whiskey: Bradford County was organized at the public of Christmas parcels and sewer program w.tho.-. .
Committee Will Meet To Consider
which was capable of producing a.m. when a truck rolled up to | were taken from Wilson's house, an enthusiastic meeting held in The public is urged to mail / curtailing any of the cit\- tit t'i.!! .

one five-gallon jug of whiskey !; the still carrying Griffis and a and there were 60 empty jugs at the USO lounge Tuesday night. parcels for distant states as early operations:

every three minutes. Up to this companion, believed to be Benjamin << : the still. Also taken were 128 More than 100 names<< have already as possible that such parcels 1. The $6.000 which has I., '

time the Sherifrs biggest capture I J, William" Wilson. who has barrels of mash which will be been enrolled on the charter list may be delivered before Christmasday. Hospital Trustees On December 12thIn applied annually for pi.vi..,

was a still that could produce been living on the old Phillips used for hog feed at the Florida of membership, and the ranks are paving programs which uuMne-i'

five gallons every five minutes. I I place since Oct. 19. I State Prison. The Chevrolet growing rapidly. |' The correct rate on Christmas accordance with a Miggition ->- announced! in Tallahassee before ness is now paid in full.

Pictured in the photograph below The Sheriff and his men were<< panel truck will be sold by the A. J. Thomas, Jr., young Starke cards is now 2c each. unsealed b> Gmernoi( Fuller \Warren the nominating conimitti-t had 2. Approximately $4.0iii t tl', ,,

((1 to r) Highway PatrolmanQ. hidden. but the shiners had dogs State Beverage Department<< and attorney and prominent leader in local or non-local. Mailers are encouraged the nominating committee appointed had an opportunity to meet. the Road and Bridge Fui ds d i

A. Fillingim. who aided the with them and when these started the stainless steel vats and other State and local American Legion however to mail cardsat several weeks ago to make Senator Johns was unable to meet lected from the County annualh

Sheriff in the raid; R. J. Griffis barking Griffis and his companion metal equipment that could be work was elected president of the the first class rate of 3c so recommendations for the boardof with the group in Tallahassee be- 3. An annual take of $:, IKH

one of the operators of the still became suspicious and started used for legitimate purposes was new organization. Other officers that such cards as may be neces- trustees of the Bradford County cause of a prior commitment. from the parking meter funds

and the only one taken in the running. Griffis was caught. but given to the State Prison. picked Tuesday night were: slack I sary to be forwarded to the addressee 1 1i :. Hospital Corporation met Wed- It was at this meeting in Tallahassee making a total of $15.000 thai

Futch, first vice president; Guy j' at a new address may nesday morning in the office of that the Governor sug- could be applied on revenueer

School Board Discusses 3 Projects ; Legion To Plan Andrews O. Gay. secretary second vice; and president Jerome; J. i bear the proper amount of postage', Senator Charley E. Johns. | gested the nominating committee tificates used to finance the P"..

for forwarding. Present at the meeting were get together i.nd work out a slate posed program, the clerk said

I Christmas PartyThe Johns, treasurer. I Parcels wrapped in Christmas Senator Johns, chairman of the 1'of recommendations. i Mr. Johns stated that the ( '1' \
Plans were discussed for a dinner i; wrappers should also be wrapped committee; Doyle E. Conner, was basing its present calculationon
At the here -
With Highest Priority On List HereDiscussion meeting in the near future at' meeting Wednesday
Jones-Langford-White Post which time an outstanding speakerwill in a heavier outside wrapper for Bradford County representative: I morning additional names werei an estimated cost reci\-i' i t
< transmission safely through the M. O. Harrell. chairman of the from the State Road
discussed and 30 to 40 letters Depart" n'
56 of the American Legion will be invited to discuss the prin- i some ,
of the proposed ities. The negro school building meet Tuesday night. Dec. 9, at ciples and history of the Demo- mails. Board of County Commissioners; I were dispatched. signed by in connection with the i.-i,

school construction program made will cost from $150,000 to $200- 7:30: in the Legion Hall. All members cratic Party. Patrons mailing large quantities and E. L. Matthews. L. Thornton the full committee<< asking these I paving of streets<< in Lake Kuile} ,

possible by a recently approved 000, It is estimated. J; are urged to attend as plans Tuesday night's meeting<< was attended ''of greeting cards are requested<< to Johns. chairman of the School persons to signify whether<< or not This figure was $9,500 per II ,JI.!
at of and fifth member of the for
Board 22-foot
these mailings one
constitutional amendment, occupied Priority No. 2 has been given to for the Christmas party will be by G. P. Wadsworth of deposit they would be willing to sen'e on' pavement. with ir

most of the regular session the constructton of an auditoriumand made. An interesting programhas Hampton, chairman of the County the mailing windows to expeditethe group.w as unable to attend. the board of trustees. j curb and gutter. Based on I ttn-,
delivery I I|: Harrell Conner, and Matthewshad estimate the
of the School Board here property owner- a'
been Democratic
music department buildingfor planned. Committee. Senator Johns set Friday Dec. I
Monday morning. Bradford High School in Tuesday, Dec. 2, Commander W. He spoke briefly, heartily endors- met with Governor Warren in 12 as the time for the nominating I' tending Tuesday's meeting c\ 1'1

The Board authorized County Starke. In addition to an auditorium H. Graham and Ben Suslow pre- ing the Young Democratic group j! Bangs Testing Tallahassee last Friday to discuss I told that the cost per<< foot of
committee to meet for the
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the misunderstandingthat to the
apparent paving ,
Superintendent H. P. tot and I adjoining prop -1 I \
Morgan the
this building would sented a large flag to the Hamp welcoming assistance that
pro- i of its final selec-
had arisen when the appointment purpose making owners should .
obtain pIelimlnary: plans for three \ide- -space' for theband, glee 1 ton' .School. !lit could give in future campaigns. Starts Dec. 8th run approximate50 I !-
i of the board of trustees<< was tions. cents per foot.
projects totaling an estimated club and other music needs. Rep. Doyle E. Conner and County ,
$450,000. It will likely be next Commissioner L. L. Renfroe were Dr.V.. D Brainard. State It was stated that curh and
Estimated cost is
summer before actual construction i 150000. Glee Club Concert also present and voiced approvalof Veterinarian. will be in Bradford ScoredIn Suslow Buys gutter would cost approximate
Priority No. 3 to Upsets :
goes a gymnasium $1.50 foot, but thj-
could get under way on any the organization. County December 8, 9. 10 for the was ted(
of these buildings It was said, as for Bradford High Schoolat A resolution was adopted by I purpose of testing cattle for considered necessary on the 2'!

no under the new an estimated cost of 100000.' 'I the new club Bangs disease. foot pavement that is plannedThe
money programwill At present, it was pointed out, At USO TonightThe expressing appreciation -, K. H. ElectionSeveral Another StoreB
be available until next March' to the Bradford County Telegraph -, It was stated by the county citizens group was als ,
there are shower facilities forgorls' I
or April. I no for editorials during the recent -,j agent's office that it is not necessary advised by the City Clerk that th.
I physical education classes I due to '
Superintendent Morgan conferred annual Winter Concert<< of national campaign in support !! to retest cows that were upsets surprise n Kusl'iu, (the Ole Sargeihas I Council had agreed it would not
and these would be the write-in were scored in a
with the State Department of among the vocal music department of of the Democratic nominee for tested in July 1952. voting added another building to be necessary to levy allY additional

Education in Tallahassee last needed facilities provided by a Bradford High School will be held president. |I Mr. Brainard will vaccinate spirited municipal election at Key his growmgstnng of Call Street taxes or to increase an\
gymnasium.The One
week at which time No. 1 priority : I!: in the USO auditorium tonight Hen Suslow was asked to head calves between the ages of 6 and stone Heights Tuesday. propertieHi -, sources of revenue whatsoever in

was given to the construction of I constitutional amendment (Friday) at 7:30: o'clock. up the membership drive, and reported -: 8 months for Bangs disease while hundred and thirty persons voted<< latest acquisition is the order to pay off the revenue

a new building for the negro I approved in the last General I Featured on the program will Wednesday that he had obtained -', on this visit to the county. a record-breaking 90 percent of building between Bessent's pool : certificates issued for the present

school In Starke which will Election provides that School 40 new members since the Interested who have those qualified. 1;i proposed
provide | be both the Senior High Glee Club I persons room and the Three Friends Barber program.
ten elementary school classrooms Boards can issue revenue certificates I and the Junior High Girls Chorus. meeting. Dues are only $1 per, animals to be tested or vacci- H. L. Morgan, Jr., who resignedas Shop. It was purchased fromW. The Clerk also stated that cost

and cafeteria. This build to be secured by automobile -' Included in the numbers will be year. j jnated should notify Mrs. J. C. : a member of the City Council M. and Dall M. Edwards for of the proposed paving would not

ing will adjoin the new negro license tag money.At Christmas music, and religiousand Following the close of the busi- I Sapp in the agricultural building 1\1 to seek the office of Mayor received 6000. be comparable to the old paving

school building constructed a yearor I present each county receives popular numbers. ness meeting coffee and dough-,1 Starke. at once : << 101 J votes<< for this post. The building was last occupiedby liens that had been placed against/

so ago, which provides four $too per teacher unit for nuts were served<< in the lounge by t tI i Fred Dodd. Walter King. and Ann Gross for her bakery and property in Starke in previmt:

high school classrooms. The capital outlay (construction) Dr. Houpt Discusses George Kopelousos. I New Attorney j IF. E. Stitchberry were awarded restaurant. It has been untenantedfor years particularly pertaining t..
Council. Dodd
negro elementary grades are still purposes. At the end of the current I places on City -several months. the cement pa'ingith curb -in'
housed in the ramshackle wooden fiscal year (June 30. I the Boys Club ProgramAt Congressman-Elect Begins PracticeAt was top man with 96 votes while Mr Suslow states that fixtures gutter on Church Street. In some

building in Reno which has been Bradford board will have some Rotary ClubDr. Protests i Keystone HeightsFremont King scored 90. Stitchberry. a and equipment now in the building instances on Church Street I thest

long condemned by state author- $47.000 in its capital.outlay fund. ActionOf former mayor whose namE.'ao; will be removed and it will liens amounted to more than tin i

Calvin Houpt of Doctors Western UnionI I W Tolles attorney not on the ticket. received 73 be (ompl'-teh redecorated improved property was worth and

Masons To Elect?/ 1 Mrs. I. E. Thomas Clinic Hospital was guest speak r I'HI'! recently moved to Keystone write-in votes to take the third some property owners had \'wI i

I at the Rotary Club Wednesday, R. (Billy) Matthews Con- Heights and is engaged in the seat on the council. Three otherannounced mitted the city to fomloi.- i.-:
Dies TiedIn
At Son's HomeMrs. trailed Two Teams
candidates a .
gressman-elect from the the property rather than th.,
Officers Dec. 8 discussing the importance of boys' new practice of law there. p.n

Sheba Thomas. 81, widow dub work in the local high school.} Eighth District, has entered a I Mr. Tolles is the son of Judge follows: C. J. Bastedo 59. Wm heavy lien.

AI regular communication of' of I. E. Thomas. died Nov. 27 at Dr. Houpt stated that most of stiong protest with the Federal i! C. I. Tolles. prominent resident Siprelle 40. John Powers 22 Bowling League,i The Clerk said that it Wb n.\

Bradford Lodge No. 35 F. & A.M. II the home of her son Olson S. the trouble with teen-agers today Communications Commission in, of Melrose. His grandfather first Another upset was scored witha Onfont! i t Humphreys i Gold the policy of the Council to He,
will be held in the Masonic Temple. Washington D. C. the write-in of 71 votes to elect
stems from the against ,
fact that their the .
Thomas. on the Bayless Highway came to Melrose in 1890. bowling/ teamu.er in action last adjoining property owlieleach f.r
corner of Call and Orange Streets, and other placing of the local Western Un mser'ice Frank T Scott as tax assessorW.
near the State Farm ShE'had rarents adults are too | :Mr' Tolles received his law de- week as the rf'g'ular"edn'sda) side of the street onef.uti.of .
Monday Dec 8. at 7:30 In gates. M. Beam. the only name
: p.m. busy, or think they are too btk on an agency basis. of Flori- the cost of t U h
the with
been in declining health for >y I gree from University<< night meet was canulled. On paving, <>
addition to routine business the some time. ''I to spend time with the young In his letter to the commission da in 1913 and practiced law in printed on the ticket for thi Friday the Plant :Maintenanceteam City bearing the other half ',' *">
annual election of officers will be trailed with 43. Scott is
people and guide their Matthews stated that "Starke is place.
energies Naugatuck Conn until Nov. 1 defeated the Zircon Plant expense.
held. I Mrs. Thomas was a native ofAlachua incumbent of Keystone and
into the channels. a growing community and is mayor
proper of this year. He is married to a 3-0. while the Wet Mill Maintenance Judge A. Z. Adkins asked ,the
All members are urged to attend County. but had lived in He described the and especially needful of complete was not a candidate for re-elec-
Bradford start Florida girl and they are residingat men bested the Service Team Council what the cost of pa\ i II.I g
and visitors are welcome. County for the past growth of boys club work in which Western<< Union service because of
I I Keystone Heights. tion.Mrs. 3-0 approximately 1,000 feet w' uld
eight years. She was a memberof he was interested before the proximity of Camp Blandmg Sara McDonald defeatedher
comingto At : '. Tolles is located be that
pre'ent11' The Office and Engineeringteams stating if it did not ex
Funeral Friday the Church of Christ. j( Starke. and pointed out the It is true that Blanding is now running mate, Carson E. Wei-
in the office of Walrath & Wai- for top ceed four or five hundred dollar
tied at
I Besides her son. Olson. she is need for similar organizationst only partially in use, but as a result land. for the office of city tax are present
For Harry PadgettHarry I survived by another son DenzilB. There should be several of the Korean war. no one can rath. J' collector by a count of 98 to 30. !i i league position. Each has three he would be willing to endorse th-
t proposed paving project. He w u
Thomas of Floral City: one I such clubs in the school here so tell of the future use of the camp." M. I.. Beasley, unopposed. led wins and no losses to its credit.
C- Padgett 69. died Elected : advised) that baaed on Stat- ft"ad i
daughter. Mrs. Grettia Williams 1 that Matthews asked the commissionto Sibley 106 votes for city
: they could be kept small to be the ticket with Herbert Green I i" ahead for in 1 ,' ,
Wednesday Nov. 16, at his home I I lI'uar' cttiJj)J' :'I' rli \* *
of Floral City; and a brother. I effective he said, and member- advise him if data should be \ Head Of Realtors clerk.
just north of Starke on the Jacksonville I I dividual honor- having oesi individual irmiiio fin exi'eeo, 'rn;> amouti''
Wiley Thomas of Gainesville. ': ship should be based on certain presented' "to strengthen this request -i w. J. Dermody was safe for the .
highway. He had been in to date 146 'onunued "DD page 81First
Funeral services were held at minimum scholastic requirements. I am making". The Bradford-Clay County job of town marshall with a vote average --

ill health for some time. !I the Church of Christ in Starkeat 1 The speaker asked that someone Board of Realtors met last Fri of 101. Bill Lee received 16 1-- -- ---

Mr Padgett was born at Max- 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon '| be assigned from the Rotary Frank H. Whitenack day in Starke and the following writein'ot s for this position.The .
yule the of the late Mathew
:. with' Bro. Everett Williamson. of- Club to work with him in the officers were elected for the new new officers take over the
and Mattie Kiker Padgett. He I ficiating. I organization and development of I Dies In Hospital year: city administration on January I

was a retired farmer and was a i Interment was in the family \ the clubs. The matter was referred -i W. S. Sibley. president: E. \\'. 13. :
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member of the Baptist Church. I I I Frank H. (Pop) Whitenack 76.
j In Hunt
plot Pro-
Cemetery near j to Freeman Register, Jr.. whois 1 Hayes vice-president; C. A. Futch. _
He is survived by his WIdOWl i j'I \'idenceith DeWitt C. Jones in father of Mrs. Sam McGarvey of secretary-treasurer.
Lillie Tanner Padgett; two sons. charge of arrangements. i chairman of the Youth Sen'ice Lawtey, died Wednesday in St. New CongressmanWill
All real estate brokers whc
Homer Padgett and L. E. Padgett, Committee.At 1 Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville, Get 'Send Off' '
I are not nembers of this organiza
both of Starke: one daughter the Rotary meeting Wednes-, after being in failing health for Bradford
: Negro Legion Post tion are invited to join.
Mrs. Earl Batten. Starke; and a I uay of last week the Eighth District's -I some time. Friends of the new Eighth Con-

sister, Mrs. Mittle Padgett of. Will Get CharterRobertJenkinsDeSue Mr. Whitenack wa a residentof gressional District's Representative. -
new Congressman, D. R. Graves To
South Florida. I New Jersey, but spent his Tiny Play D. R (Billy) Matthews of
held at American J I (Billy) Matthews of Gainesville winters at Lawtey with his son- Galr.es'i1lt'ill gather there on
Funeral services were
Tiny Gner and his Florida [
i Legion Post 314 will be presentedits ; was guest speaker using a Thanksgiving -, in-law and daughter. the Mc- I Play Saturday. Dec. 6. at an outdoor County
the graveside in Long Branch I I : Boys will be the new band to play
permanent charter Sunday theme for his inspiring tak.I Garveys. He was a retired civilI barbecue "send off" for himto __
the Round and Dance a
Maxville Friday at Square
Cemetery near l afternoon. Dec. 7. at Allen Chapelat ''iThe engineer a graduate of Rutgers I
afternoon with Rev. L. D. Haines 3 o'clock by Commander Wm. I Congres-man-elect pointed I I j University. class of '98 and a at the Armory on Saturday night.Mr. Washington.
out that al'hough! we have Grier has one of the outstanding
many I'
Matthews is the first representative -
officiating. H. Graham of Post 56. member of the Masonic order. Berries _

Interment was in Long Branch'' Supt. H. P. Morgan -will be the troubles today we would not want;, Besides his daughter Mrs. Mei' the Jacksonville Hill Billy Bands radio heard stations.over of the new district, which _
I I to go back to any past period in': Garvey Mr. Whitenack is
sur- includes Bradford County. A former -
Cemetery under the direction of guest speaker. Commander L.I
DeWitt C. American history, for we would l vived by two sons Frank H. director of alumni affairs of
Jones. Anne Humes will assistedby ,
preside Mute Ph to IJ) t 'I' ;"g:iap.'
vice-commander. not find one that was not beset by j! Whitenack of College Park, Md.. Singing Convention the University of Florida he won p i r.d
Harry Young. I :
Recent Births difficult problems. He said we I and John Edward Whitenack, The Bradford-Union Singing ,his nomination in the Democratic Raymond and Richard Durban, sons of Mr. and Mrs. td| U Dur

Farm Bureau Notice are living in the greatest age in'TomsR iver. N. J.I I Convention meet Sunday. Dec. primary last May. han of La\\t..).. look mighty pleased and proud as the) hold the first

Mr and Mrs. B. E. Akridge announce i the greatest country in the world I Funeral services will be held in 7. at 2 p.m. in the Hampton Baptist -' The party will get under wayat two pints of Ittra"berrif'% picked thisaM n in Bradford County Mr.

the birth of a daughter on I The Bradford County Farm, and should be thankful for the! I New Jersey with the George Lay- I Church. Everyone interested 11 a.mso that guests may at- I Durban father of the boys, sajs his berries look fine and the arrrag"

Tuesday, Dec. 2, at Doctor's Clinic Bureau will meet at the courthouse, challenge that this era presentsand i, ton Funeral Home of Bedmimster. I I in gospel singing is urged to at- : tend the Florida-Kentucky foot- In Bradford County is larger than it uas. thought to be earlier in the

Hospital. I on Tuesday Dec. p. at 7:30 p.m. I the advantages it offers. X. J. in charge of arrangements. I tend. ball game !season.




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PAGE TWO FRIDAY. DECEMBER_ _._ n__'_ 5._, _i!__.V_>

I i'TTIt..L..IR.11'.my.y I: t whose residence! and address 11-! .
E. L. MATTHEWS; ahar'all San ('limn 7.:'., Ti'ir 11"1'1

BRADFORDCOUNTY EDITOR i I I Keystone Heights suit Europe.You IIJ'ore f..r.are hereby notified that a I .. '.- '--, i M MSmflMMMIi' n'KaBi:: M ,_:-- -... '. -.-' : ._-: ." M. ---m- bMMMMHMBMHHiB: :: -,. : :-..:M; :tNATIONAL -:

VIEWPOINT PUBLISHERAdvertising I i has been Lied against you In thtcabo't'
_, Rates : you a-e required: : to serve: a cnp of
your an wer or pleading TM the
On Application : complaint I on the Plasrnfi'sI, I
Subscription dates: Established In 1879 Dr. Farrar will conduct the !serv- Attorney T. Frank Landrum, I -

$%.75 Year JIM 6 Mo. 1 j I l i ices in the Community Church on and Starke file the:, original Florida, in the office of I '\ ""'''''''- -=. "= -1
I I I Sunday, Dec. i. The regular pas- the Clerk: of the Circuit LU:t on "' "
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION (I t tor Dr. Holl will be in Gainesville :22!:! day of Drenib: i' 1 I'::
I.: installing the new minister'otherwise the allegations of said F .
|Complaint will be taken ds lunfrsbtd q
Becomes More Obvious I in the Lutheran church there. |I by :you.
The Woman's Club held their I This notice shall be published
I once each week for four consecutiveweeks 1
regular meeting last Tuesday, I in the Eradford County TVle- c ,
As this is being written an announcementis friends. :i Nov. 25 in the club house. The i graph. E
I fated tits! 1't! diy ;f \"\ '" r
expected momentarily that General Eisenhower Third, Russia is going all out to strengthenand hostesses who were scheduled to I utt2tOFFlCIAI.!
of harden her agents and sympathizers in I SEAL) A J Tl..maa
is fulfiling his campaign pledge a ] serve were unable to do so and '! Clerk ot the Circuit C..UTIDy I
personal inspection tour of the battlefieldsin the Western countries, with special emphasison Mrs. Baxter and Mrs. Sipe actedin Marian L. Crosby, Depiitv t'b} -rk I
11 Jl 4t I' 1'JNOTICI srwlf
Korea. the U. S. The American Communist party j their place. The speaker of i '-1 :..::; w.

At this point certain facts in the courseof has in large part gone underground. It is the afternoon was Col.! Emma ,! i'lrruit Court: TO, llrnilford AI'PE.IItIn ('''URlf,1'p pi
that requirements have Vogel, who told of her I'lorldn In /h/IIIII'_
the cold war, as well as the status of the reported ; experiences i I : Chnnrrry.Morris ,
hot war in Korea seem to be selfevident.First been greatly stiffened-no weak sisters are' in the building up of the I IWoman's 'fats:\ 'Vitliii S Ceitlm, I'rfemlaiitVitioe IMaiii'" t If .\1 Quantity Rights Reserved Prices-
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Army Medical
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It is also that Russia'ssystem Specialty .1 "
the idea which was hopefully held wanted. reported To
some time ago that the Soviet Union wishedto of schooling her foreign agents is Corps. Nearly 50. members and Toclaia:. ,., Ceitlin, v\h. ..-,' n" !oluul !, 'i- low Prices
guests were '
present. Coffee and : .1011' < !- J" \\-t 1" MIStrt't Ill
come to some sort of reasonable terms really in high gear. The curricula is an ex-I gingerbread were served by the I 1. Hi HPv: :\,-\\ y.., iv. I 152 Call Street
with the United States no longer has cred- tensive one, including everything from hostesses in the social hour which sit You for are hereby noiuitd that a I Everyday -

ence. The flat rejection by Russia of India'sproposed propaganda techniques to how to sabotage followed Col. Vogel's address. i >1 I'.n'"llal.tlit'I:| ,' and agreement rat i l n'.1 I.> 'i j .if I Specials 1 Too Slarke Florida .

basis for an armistice in Korea industrial plants, power and rail systems, The Rotary Club entertainedwith has been filed against )ou in tj1I j I oi

makes it all too clear that the only terms in and other key installations. a buffet dinner and dance i you above are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of W a an BEBC&uUtlM BB BCSS p. __

which the Politburo is interested are those Fourth, it is painfully clear that we are at the Inn on Saturday, Nov. 29. '''complaint your answer on the or PlaintiffAttorney. pleading'< to the

which would work entirely to Russia's advan- as far from a Korean truce as ever, that no About 60 persons attended. T, Flank I.aniliun, '
The Women's Starke Florida CRISCO I S 3LbCan
Auxiliary of the 19C
one in a responsible position has any definite I and file the original In the office, .
tage.Second Episcopal Church in Melrose: will
,of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
the current Soviet strategy obviously plan for ending the bloody struggle, and that I hold a bazaar in the !''c.r before the
parish .. .
has as its basic; aim the splitting of the Kremlin will do everything possible to house on Friday, Dec. 5. beginning j: :L'J: da"> the of I>allegations. mli> r. 1'olherwie ''ofa'd..'

the Western powers, to be followed ultimatelyby keep it going and to force us to spend ma-I at 9 a.m. Lunch and dinner ,:Complaintill be tak n as "n- .

the isolation of the United States. This terial and manpower there in an endless I will be served by the women of ,fessed This by notice you. shall be published! : Dirt's Out With
certainly isn't a new technique, put the pro- stream. 1 the Methodist Church.Mr. !once weeks each week in: the for Bradford f.itir toiistiiitive County- HERSr CY Facty. PackSUGAii

cess is being intensified. Soviet officials The hopes and prayers of the entire con- and Mrs. A. C. Sipe spent !Telegraph. ;
I Paled this 19 day -I f \o\ ?
have been very polite recently to certain of the holidays in south Florida visiting lri2.: : I
tinent with General Eisenhower in his '
friends i.. (OFFICIAL SEAL( A. J Th"nia>, TIDE
the Western nations-particularly those in ,
Clerk of the \Cir. u.t t'''lIrt i
mission. But it would be mere wishful Mrs. J. A. Williams and Mrs.
which there are substantial antiAmericanblocs I Py Maiian i L i'm 1 >.ii\, \J" pn-\ i 1'I"rk>
Sara McDonald !spent the week !i' .1 I ,f '"- 1'!J
and in which the governments are thinking if we failed to recognize the fact
end of Mrs.
as guests B. D. Beas-
something less than stalwart in their al- that the problems confronting the American\ley and Mrs. Horace Keifer at

legiances. These Red officials are trying government and the new Administration I their camp on Shingle Creek Beware CoughsFrom LgeBox 27C Lbs
hard to sell the idea that Russia has no designs stagger the imagination and are not likely I near the Suwannee River 5 43C

on these nations, and wants to be to yield to any easy or early solution. I Mr. and Mrs P. H. Haskins and Common Colds

two sons, formerly of Keystone, .
I Do You Own A Death Trap? spent Thanksgiving here with That HANG ON := .- -. : ', ....'.-_ .__ : -_ ___,' ., __ .. -e.,, .._; ... ,- ._ _::,;.
their daughter, Mrs. Robt. Jack- Creomulsion relieves promptly becauseit

Sixty-five children have died during the Why not take a look around your place of i, son. I: help goes loosen into the and bronchial expel germ system laden to MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE

past two years as a result of suffocation business or home and consign to the junk I! The District Governors meeting ;, phlegm and aid nature to soothe and
when they locked themselves in old refrig- heap all old cabinets that can be classified ash! of the Lions Club was ht-ld at heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial F Can /

erators and ice boxes while playing around "junkers"? Boxes beingheld for future the Inn on :Monday. Nov. 23. or membranes.money refunded.Guaranteed CVeomuIsion to please you has 2Lh $1.49

the house. reconditioning should be made harmless by Sixty-nine members attended. stood the test of millions of users.

These old cabinets, often stored in vacant having their latches removed.In Among the guests at the Inn CREOMULSIONrelieves KRAFT'S FamousMIRACLE --J

lots, back yards, and out buildings, are ideal their present condition such old, unused now is Mrs. E. F. Salter who I ,
Coughs Chest Colds Acute Bronchitis
hiding places for children in their games.It boxes are potential death traps. There is may be remembered by some' of (I PtRATH'S

is criminal carelessness for adults to leave always the chance of a child suffocating in the here old-timers 25 years ago.as having been I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTT"Wo I L E WHIP l1C

them around, and steps should be taken im- an old cabinet belonging to you or placed on\
The Inn will hold the annual
mediately to prevent future tragedies of your property. A little precaution now will \'I 1
Eve dinner and danceagain
this kind. eliminate that dreadful possibility. 'I this year as usual. 1 Q I' Black Hawk 12-oz Can

: Mrs. H. L. Morgan entertainedon / Can
I Avoid The Topographical Head'Alarmed
Friday with a coffee party INS : LUNCHEON MEAT 39C
I: for Mrs. W. W. Coleman of Baltimore iJ Dd
at the wanton destruction of native trees are disappearing as thousandsof ; who is visiting in Keystone 1J

Florida's natural growth, Philip Wylie, sun-baked houses spring up throughoutthe :1, fort hree weeks. aN CAMPBELL'S

widely read author and resident of South state, Wylie declares. lie cites dust i jr. T. A. Meeting

Florida, takes a healthy swing at contractorsand bowls, eroded land, needless poverty and an I| A Study Group meeting of theP. Can
landscapers who often, he charges, "level appalling shortage of underground water T. A. was held at the home TOMATO S SOUP 1 10c

the land merely to keep from being incon- that resulted from promiscuous and indi-1 of Mrs. Robt. Jackson on Tuesday,
venienced". scriminate axe-swinging in other parts of Nov 25, for a four-hour study
In a recent issue of Tropical Homes & the country. Careless builders with bull I course on PTA methods, techniques I I DEL MONTE Calif.PEACHES-

Gardening, Wylie pleads for a law, a code, dozers have changed much of South Florida! and policies, duties of va- I W uz nhlmd 1"i No 2/2! Can
i rious committees and officers, and
a board, or some kind of legal restriction to from an arboriaf paradise into a "chinchbugslum" school and community problems. 27C

prevent newly developed areas from being he says. I Mrs. Robt. Jackson, i AYES, your jewelry and furs

"bulled, burned, and chopped into a horti- The Telegraph has long viewed with alarm of the study group, was chairman hostess I may he stolen burned accidentally -

cultural bald head". the loss of massive and aged trees, with i' and led the discussion. The most lost or damaged RATH'S BLACK HAWK
The author points out that the buyer who nothing replanted to take their place. With I, important problem considered was 'and all.your (tears and protests

saves a few dollars on the cost of his home its trees gone, Florida will not only lose muchof the need for a recreational pro- I won't help a bit. LEG 0' LAM 8 Lb
because a bulldozer did not have to wind its charm from the standpoint of beauty, I gram. It was suggested that the II I I 69C
hundreds to but will also PTA and What will help, however is a
around trees, must spend replant lose a great contributing factorit : investigate cooperatewith I
shrubless treeless earth. Evenso its comfortable other civic organizations on Jewelry-Fur Policy strong
living, both and .
summer e' __ _.
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this fresh landscaping is inferior to that winter. I working out a plan for a perm- insurance at home and away, '_ "'. -- -. -.- -. .....'. 'L_ '_. __ '__e.e .. _, e ,.'\.
which nature put there and which did not With author Wylie we warn-"Beware the anent community recreational 'I against practically any dangeryou -e

require an expensive water system or fer- bulldozer". If you must sacrifice a tree in:1 program. I can name. RATH'S Black Hawk RATH'S Sq. Cut LambSHOULDER

tilizer. one spot, plant another somewhere nearby, Chief of Police Dermody reported -I _
Magnificent oaks, stately pines and other to take its place. on the School Boy Patrol I L LAMB CHOPS
i which he recently reorganized i

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, Wherein we celebrate though this lovely person cannotdo der heights;; I DUCKY' Ii
giving with turkey and a ThankS-1 a good deed by manual labor, So flows the good with equal'' I 9
I meditate on the life in coming she can think good thoughts and law 'I The regular FFA ag meeting !
Tears. believe in the eternal goodness of Unto the soul of pure delights. I:' was postponed last Thursday night, g /OCr4'\
mankind. You are today where That is the rest of the poem because of Thanksgiving. | U ,
Serene I fold my hands and your thoughts have brought you; ,' of John Burroughs. So flows the j Last week we put in some new i
wait, you will be tomorrow where your i I' good with equal law as the glasses to replace the ones that I g JIL F
Nor care for wind nor tide nor thoughts take you. Whatever your i brook from yonder heights. As I had been broken in our truck. i 9P.hl

sea.I I present environment may be, you I I Christmas time draws near let I Harold Beasley is feeding the I
rave.no more 'gainst time or, will fall remain, or rise with' us open our hearts let our good : hogs on the ag farm. We pay him i WILL BE OPEN TILL
fate, I your thoughts, your vision your 1 thoughts and deeds roll out, and I 50
cents after school.
For lo! my own shall come to ideal. forget them ourselves. But they'I per day

me.I HELPFUL HINTS. Grease the! will return in good time. If you ; \()TI('.: OF IM-KM-ION I
stay haste, I make delays It E(;I'TF.lt FICTITIOUS 1\_%IK e 9:00 P.M. EVERY NIGHT
my ,cup before measuring syrup or love people in turn they must I Notice is hereby given tHat the 8 :
i honey. Drop apple slices in salt love you. Whoopee! Let's get undersigned, under the provisions
For what avails this eager of Chapter 20,953: Laws of Florida I
water and chill before making ready for Christmas, the birthdayof I
Acts of 1941 will register with the
peace? Waldorf Salad. Sew snaps to your I our Lord. Clerk of the Circuit Court in and I J
I stand amid the eternal ways shoulder pads. Then they can be God bless you all, for, upon L"radford receipt Countv of proof, Stat of of publication Florida -- FRI., DEC. 5 TILL CHRISTMAS CLOSED ALL DAY SUNDAY
And what is mine shall know removed easily for washing. LOVE-LURA of this notice, the fir'titious
name of Van's Cafe under which 1 ,
my CLAY HILL. Mr. and Mrs.
am engaged in business at X T. 111-
Asleep, awake, by night or day Clausen Manning have a baby Adding Machines ant Portable pie Ave, Starke, Fla.
Ralph I.. Y.irhray, g"n<'r.Ll di.-1 i 8 TREE TRIMS GIFT WRAPS CHRISTMAS CARDS
The friends I seek are seekingme girl named Jo Anne. Congratulations. -I tlm.rad.. livery Stark.Fla | J
sold on ,,
; They both went to school Typewriters I II .hated thi J1--1 J day .f \ ml"iA ,r
I n. 1't.lJ: ;.IT SMiki; 1 ', I'I.lIlI".id
No wind can drive my bark with me. Must send Daisy Lang's 'ord County Telegraph. (CoUlitx'. FIB rid.i
astray. Christmas she I !11! Jl:i i I' 1J: 1 U: Ic
present soon as
Nor change the tide of des- has promfsed me holly from her i I FOR THE E J
tiny. tree. I have never missed a
What matter if I stand: alone? Christmas getting holly for dec- Dy' 4i :Sr 4!

I wait with joy the coming orations. Thanks! I nation lly a vertise in. 1. .
:years; OYSTER STEW; This is stew '
My heart shall reap what it time. Whoopee! 1 quart oysters. jt: ENTIRELY J
has sown. \ cup cold water; 1 quart scalded 1 : y
And gather up its fruit of milk 'i cup butter; 1-2 tsp. salt:
the dust off and the in
tears. 1-2 tsp. pepper. Add water to keep beauty g ,
--JOHN BURROUGHSDown oysters and cook until edges curl. ..
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Remove oysters from water with '. :. '
through the ages, people g ><
skimmer and add to milk. Strain ;: .
have been lonely they get old ii 11r :
the water the oysters were cooked .
and then go from this earth. All '
I in to remove any shell. Add salt << ,
people get lonely at time It is 1
and butter to milk and oysters
having friends and loved ones
.. Heat to scald add Oysters
who care that can solve that prob-I pepper. i
are $1.05 a pint here.
lem. The most lonely life I ever I SUGGESTIONS
The day before Thanksgivingwe
had was in a large city. One does I
had a blizzard. I loved it. I
not trust every one as is the case
sang'! and worked on my Christ. ;
in small towns. That is the reason -
mas presents. I stuffed the turkey
I love small towns. Here in
this town I find people who live I and made ready for the big / Clip And Save This ListYYYYYYYYTTTTTYTTTTTYTYYTTYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY .
dinner. The snow drifted and / f b
by the golden rule. Then besides I
blocked us in. Cozy and warm II
"Doing unto others as you would
inside. I was truly thankful for I
have them ,
do unto
you. they
our plenty to eat and everything new miracle materials found only in
aim to do someone a good deed
for the day. One of my neighbors Last night it was below zero here DUCHESS \ g FCF HII f2 tiDM
lives alone, and has had two and this morning is lovely. I went ({(({JJt
for the mail inthe.old.mt.l1owsunlight. 1'
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tries to do a good deed every day.I Distinction. .
take her mail to her on bad I white and lovely. Next week I, // + Plastic tapes that wipe clean. BILL FOLDS 1 .00 TO 5.00
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I Hobby Exhibit I II Miss Mueller To Wed Woman's Club Plans -

To I Be Sponsored Mr. Sturdivant
: Christmas TeaAt A & P is ready to help the busy holiday
By Wesleyan .
th December mee'.ng = shoppers save money, time and steps with

Wesleyan Class of the the Woman's Club.V,'{Jm>sii: > .
Methodist Church will have a Hobby Hei 10 members and guest wd!II!
Exhibit Thursday, Dec. 11 enjoy a formal tea honor.ng: -

Gladys MootyPhone from 3 to 9 p.m. in the Methodist r Walter S. Jones of Ja'ksoIl\! '.

35 I recreation hall. president of the Florida Fed-: i I' 1 ,
On exhibit will be hobbies of lion of Woman's Clubs and me'r.> t /'lk f A
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.11 I. 4 I hers of the
all kinds including rare and an- Junior Woman; lob!

Football TeamIs Beta Sigma Phi I tique dolls, model airplanes oilf I II of Starke.A .
I paintings crafts, needlework art short business meeting \\ I r he held at 3 o'clock the clubhouse
EntertainedAt The Beta Sigma Phi annual crafts and other interesting hob at

Steak Christmas party will be held Mon-I bies. There will also be a special preceding the ChristmasTea 'It nisi i <\ii>/rlt or Mi nT

Supper dayn ight, Dec. 8, at 8 o'clock at I section devoted to school chil ;7' which will begin at 3,:150 !o..It..1 0, ''MS. hut lilt'r.ill\

Dr. C. J. Houpt and B. T. Thomas! the home of Martha Yancey with dren's hobbies. I o'clock. iiundri..H tii grand l hit '
entertained the '52 Tornado foot- Bobby Studstill and Betty Deasas If you have anything to exhibit 'II I I6F I Hostesses for the teaill he A tliroiisfhniii; i litstun', mi hiding

ball team with a steak dinner co-hostesses. Please leave I please contact any of the follow- j II I Mrs. Carl A. Knight chainran Lipton/ TEA / important holitlav fundslum

Tuesday evening Dec. 2, at your secret sister Christmas gifts ing officers of the class: Mrs : I i' Mrs. E. L. Matthews, cochairman n ail\ |nrSI'll '1 11I l'1.. .I".
C. L. Scholl, president, Mrs. w. I Mrs I. N. Breazeale. Mis rl I Hill-\
Thomas Restaurant Speakersfor with Sara Williams Gray at Koch 'I
the coaches, B. Sewell, vice-president, Mrs. MI.I \ K. G. Duncan, Mrs. L. A. Davis 1.4 lb. pkg.
the evening were I Drug Store on or before Monday I II .
J. C. Hobbs and Harold Hazelwood noon I VV. Cressler secretary, and lrs.1' 1Jf Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Mrs G ,J.

Dr. Houpt and the graduating I J. H. Fields;;, treasurer. I ;... '. .- lcGriff, Sr., Mrs J. A. Gnffin 3Sc (

members of the squad.-, PresbyterianVomen There will be no admission I I Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs A. Z.
Mr. Mrs. Edward Adkins Mrs L. A. Canova andIrs.
and A. Hall j
but silver
elected I
Edwin Prevatt was charge a offering
captain and Ode McGee alternate A combined meeting of the cir I announce the approaching marriage W. R. Morse. }.2 Ib. pkg. x '

earned cles of the Presbyterian Womenof of Mrs. Hall's daughter Miss j
Captain. Twenty-six boys i
i Mr. And Mrs. Paulk
their letters this year. the Church will be held Tues I Shirley Mueller, to Lt. Robe j' WCTU MembersMet 68c

day evening at 8 o'clock at the 'Hosts At Reunioni Lewis Sturdivant. son of Mr.. and j
:Mrs. C. J Houpl Mrs. J. C. '
Hobbs and Mrs. H. D. Hazelwood i home of Mrs. F. F. Stump for the i I Mrs R. R. Sturdivant, of Dallas, Last FridayA .-... ,. ,...

also i :: and Mrs. Dave Paulk were Texas. _
were guests. annual Christmas party. Thanksgiving program was
hosts Thanksgiving Day of the Miss Mueller attended Florida ANN PAGE r
( given prior to the business se z
P I Paulk family reunion at their I State University, receiving her | rr
II at the WCTU held
MIDNIGHT TUSSY home on Crosby Lake. 'I B. S. degree in June, 1952, after 'II \
by i in the Magnolia Hotel last Friday JAM
The home was attractively decorated -j completing a year's internship asa j \
; / afternoon. An enjoyable feature ._
f a "
! for the occasion with arrangements -i laboratory technician at Florida ? H
makes that Christmas
glow go on and on! II I was the harpaphone solo by
: of yellow and white State Hospital, Chattahoochee.
I I Mrs. Florence Hipple of Park of
make chrysanthemums. The dinner! was She is presently employed as a I Ib jar
famous fragrance gifts to any woman the Palms. Reports were given by 2 3SCC
served buffet style and guests;: bacteriologist at Muhlenberg Jane Parkers Fresh
the vice of churches
.; feel glamourous; I were seated at tables on the porch pital, Plainfield, New Jersey.Lt.
represented in the group showinga
overlooking lake. i I Sturdivant is a graduate of

I S M Among the 30 guests were four I Texas A & M and Vance Air I Wood number and of Mrs.paid Florence due! Mrs Hipplt Mae ;T---

brothers and one sister of Yr'l I Force Base Flight School at Enid : were cordially welcomed into th A P P LE l E PIE
Oklahoma. i I a A
Paulk. Those ,
MIDNIGHT attending were: I Union. A White Ribbon Ru'nut 'Ibhox c
GLAMOUR SET .... Mayor and Mrs. Jeff Paulk and II The wedding will take place +j Committee was appointed by I th

I Two ounces of Cologne 'I family of Willacoochee, Ga., Mr. I. December 13 in the Holy Name president which included Mis FI.:! Each
T .: e ...two ounces of satin. and Mrs. Clifford Paulk and fami1ly. i I Episcopal Church, North Plain- ,, -
L. Johns and Miss <'al',1 l
., smooth Hand and _____ 39Clona
; Mr. and Mrs. Roswell Paulk.1 field. New Jersey. I _.ff.e m
Body Lotion! Both ; I I White. Mrs. W. N. Johnsonva..'
f a scented with matchless and Mrs. Marguerite Folson all | I chairman
i appointed of the FlowerMission 2 No. 303 Cans
,.. Trlssr Midnight fragrance I of Pierson. Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. '!| Ann Matthews i: Committee.At A Regular 49c Valuennvnvnm
... i
x41 j..z bo/Hor $l Edison Panlk and family of Lake Has the close of the meeting: refreshments :
Birthday Party
& i iI Butler Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Paulk I were served with :Mr- S'i'EET PEA 23C

I i of Lake City, Mrs. John Stone of I I I Mrs. E. L. Matthews entertained !!j Mamie Wilson presiding t thi I .:

MIDNIGHT } ,; Woodbine Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. !!' a few girls from the fourth I Ii tea table. ....- .. ._ 1"1_ .." IIU"_
r \ Jack Colon and daughter of' HORMELS Flavor Sealed
COLOGNE SET ,,,: I ;i grade class room Wednesday af- !

Two ounces ofliquid .., *L .. .. -:..':", .., i i I Fernandina. I ternoon from 3:30: to 5:30: o'clock iI j SoulVinners Class Ann Page 31 Oz. '
.' < I!
i two Cologne ounces-of ;-" ,' -. k'":.;.tr w '1t.ttf1-'W"':" ";.";;.;.'J-1./'. ; Pupils Of Mrs. Davis I at daughter.a birthday Anne party, who honoring was celebra-her I 1 j' Has Outdoor SupperThe Pork and 17C CHILI

Hand and Body t'I!It :. !l \?- ) ;I 1 I I ting her ninth anniversary. | BEANS CON CARriE
Lotion plus a P" s / Heard In Recital Soul Winners Class of>t the
.a .k I I
goldenmetalcaseofaolid The Christmas motif was carried j
j" Baptist Training Union was entertained -
Iced Cologne N, + 'YU.\....... Mrs. E. M. Davis entertained out in the attractive decora- last ..,,-----
-- Friday e't'ningof
to carry everywhere '<:. '. .,' "" t. : i 1 at Student Recital party Wednesday : tion with a small lighted ChristI I with beans
a week with covered dish dinner
her a
in PI. S. F.
purse 1 afternoon at 3:30: o'clock mas tree in the dining room. The II j jj Pillsbury or
All for $125 i at the home of Mr. and :Mis .1
at her home.Arrangements. j dining table was overlaid with a'j /fe/
n I W. Ritch at the State Farm can fC
red cloth and centered with the I 1 *tv
II of chrysanthemums -I 1 I Guests were entertained i m t the FLOUR Sibs 49C
were used at points of interest i back yard where delicious j food y
I cake. I II I'I
.. in the home for the recital. ; was prepared on the barbecue j I'll' .
f MIDNIGHT HAND Each of the pupils played one I Games were played during the'i The refreshment table wa- over A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ..

5 Y :i AND BODY LOTION piano number after which refreshments afternoon and prizes were award. laid with a white linen dol hand Jane Parker tt ., E

with pretty purse dis pens'r... were served. 'I ed to the winners. Favors of centered with an artistic arran<;.'. L2.: .... 3 Eight O'Clock .
wonderful gift thought! She'lluse Christmas corsages and ehoca-I I
Those taking part were Tommy I ment of fruits and vegetables! .
the big 6 ounce bottle I j late and marshmallow Santas vSp2P'-I
: ;' morning and ni ht..fill the Andrews, Maxine Andrews, Janice 1 I i I carrying out the Thanksgiving FRUIT t
I i were given to the Xti COFFEE :
q- young guests.
for tO
purse dispenser day-long Blume. Joan Bagwell Janice Conner I motif. Colored lights and balloons! : ,
skin care!Both for 9 I j Among the guests were Anne's ?
June Conner, Jimmy Coleg, i were strung overhead for the gay :r ," EIGHTH. ;)
:, "
i grandparents Dr. and Mrs. W. E. i 1 } 'I''; ) r. v can.c

prices plus tax j J i Myrtice Kathleen Conway Conway.Elaine Darrell Colson Edwards -, | Middleton, and Mr. and Mrs. E. I occasion.After refreshments, game- \u-ie C.;7 r;. ';;: ,.i l 1 CAU E; E Mild & Mellow O'CLOCKTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT, )

,, S. Matthews and her aunt Miss .. .4 [ .
| Charlene Hardy. Wayne i| Madge Middleton. I I played and prizes awarded under \... 'j. ) ,..F. FEE." ,....' .
Kinney, Robert Kelly Katherine: j I the direction of Mrs J. E. Hihle- C .-' '-'-./ C / 1C t .l

CANOVA PHARMACYStarke Kelly, Carol McRae. Barbara Jean ; bran, social chairman. 1/b ,
Norman Jackie Park Sylvia Junior Club Enjoys |i C Over 2.3 Fruits and Nuts E i j B. ,_'. -' .'t

Fla. Paulk. James Lawson Burge Christmas Program 'i! Birthday Party .. //b size / .E
Searing Harold Tyus. Glenda Vn-" only
derhill and Dorothy Jean Mixon The Junior Woman's Club hE'ld.. For Hope Holliday E 3 $249 Et I Prices In this ad effective through Saturday

its December meeting Monday !! December 6th.TYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYY .
:! Mrs A. N. Holliday entertainer) r
evening at the club house with at a birthday party Saturda\- YYYY -.1 '1'".. "...,__"..
Mr Vernon Silcox, ,
I vice-president ternoon for her daughter Hope, Marcal Colored and White
presiding. I l
II who her sixth
i i was celebrating all-
The club voted to contribute niversarv. Packages

preamsrlrue S5 towards prizes in the outdoor, The Holliday home on South NAPKINS 1 13C

rhrjstmas decoration contest. Mrs. Water street was gayly dc ..ratj

\ J. Thomas, Jr. was appointed with Christmas decoration, with

Parliamentarian to replace Mrs. red and green predominating Th Hunts Tomato

lohn Griffin, who has moved dining room table was centered

away. Toys were brought to the with a Christmas seen and the bottles

.., l DOLLY MADISON meeting and will be taken to the birthday cake embossed in green CATSUP 114-oz. 33C

Fhiiida Farm Colony by :Mrs. and red was set at one end 01 I the
GIVE 7Li .I M. Vickers. The Farm Colony table.

l ithe Statp Junior Project for Games were played during the! lona Plain or S. R.

this' year. Miss Nina Bishop was afternoon and Margaret dnr, :
fr.PRESIDENT appointed chairman of the float was a prize winner. $4.49
ULOl/A/ iSibs
U .aaa.. ,' 'c ; expansion for the Christmas parade. Mrs. Assisting Mrs. Hollidiy "> 'Icing FLOUR
H II. Adams
d' Aa won the cake whichwas for her daughter's 30 litili! t
/ given away at the meeting.
> aasV guests were Mrs. J. R. Wn-: XITLEY I'. i'. NO. ONE: WHITE
v Gift of Lifetime !' ,' I /i-VSx 1 Committee chairmen were appointed wright and Mrs. O L. Has nt'-
t a / Q e for the New Year's Eve Ib Wlb

t P- t< -//%Em&? dance as follows: Mrs. Carl Robert Wesleyan GuildThe OLEO 19C POTATOES 49c

%"r L MA and Mrs. E. V. Whittle ;,

01 1 i. orations: Mrs T. C. Hazen, Jr. i Wesleyan Service Gull;' n -
and l Mrs. J. A. Torode. tickets; Tuesday evening Nov 25 at 'hr

tE RalAla Mrs J. R. Chasteen. Jr., sand- home of Mrs. C. S. Part.n; w.'h2S I
a '''.,4Z7 ,' "< hes: Miss Lillian Stump, members present. :Mrs Prim:\ 1 Ib APPLES 5SIbbUI 49C

"hulks; Mrs. Vernon Silcox fa- and Mrs. P. L. Bridges \\I'fI' h.I" WEINERS 49C

SPECIAL \'"rs; Mrs. Leon Gray. Jr. tables: teases for the evening's pIlcr'r! !

:Mrs Carol Hinkley, posters Mrs Mrs. W B. Swell preside; \Kf.fc HKM)
ssmRffiB 21 JEWELS M I Harley Mrs. R. T. Fowler (lt 1 It I k FROZEN
the Guild, presided over t t'.e' l h> -
i Mrs Carl Roberts and Miss Caro- Mrs. C H x--
YOUR CNOIrrF ness meeting. -
:in Keene. door committee I worthy. assisted by :Miss! r Ir1.!
ON 30 Mrs. Dan Becker and Mrs. C. White, led the devotional and the SHI 69C
I l K' Bourke. Jr
were visitor!
of the epmngA '" -
e All members are invited to the priate music was furnished'! n\ I
d ,r-ral Christmas t.'a given by the record player. Refreshments 'A.- >I.T\N V IMIT. \ANII.LA I Ib

*mor Woman's club, Wednesday, '. '.- BANANAS 9C
served during the social] v.<"
n. r. 10 at 3:30: o'clock at the club (j I I II I 8 oz footCLORO QC

!rouse. EXTRACT .
Christmas Dance
Following the business meeting, ( : TOHAS( O

-. Mrs T. C. Hazen Jr.. program i inairman. I 1! There will be a Christmas P;.1. e

presented a delightful at the State Farm Communi'\! CATSUP40z21cQUART

AMERIUN GIRI a 4. ; ; program on the Christmas cus- : Club house, Friday. Dec, 12 at X

COMPACT lTi.raG .4 'i ms in various countries. A': 8 p.m. with an orchestra and refreshments -

$9,95 357so .r S 'isrhted I Christmas tree added to Adults and teenagersare !'
: rc
'he setting, and taking part inappropriate invited. Admission 25c Et'---r\ BOTTLE 1.2 GAL m(; can

I Ia : +, rJ] BRIGADIER costume were: :Mrs.A : body welcome.I CRISCO 3'b 15C

? DIRECTOR 21 jewels j J. Thomas, Jr. England., i I _
PEN & PENCIL SET ex pon ion fond poniion$6950 bond Mrs Olin White Jr. Holland.. j I and Mrs. L. D. Green had 17C 19 With your lOc Procter & .amble; .
I $3575 Mrs. John A. Torode-Ireland,
$19.75 as weekend guests, their grand
Mrs! H. H. Adams
-Germany. daughters. Patsy Linda and Marjorie y
tti Mrs. R. O. Davison-Mexico. Mrs 5cCAMA OXYDOL
t T G. Mitchell U. Green of Jacksonville and SNOWDRIFT Shortening 3:? lb. can 1+
S. 1
see and Mrs. C. D. Williams. Mrs -- --- -- Regular bar 'amay
The carol which in I WESSON OIL quart 1 ( 65c
originated grandson. Gene Pass of Tallahas-
-- free with P & G; With lOc Procter
each country was sung by the P. J. Clark of Tamna and Mrs LA'CHOY_ Chop Suey andoodles .36c
Coupon and & iambic
y ROBERTS JEWELRY and group, led by Mrs. R. J. Silva Irene Johns of Green Cove -_TREND_ --, Ige.-' pkg.--21c Giant sIzet n chase of pur- Coupon

accoTpanied on the piano by : Saturday guests Mrs. W C Beck
Miss Louise !}.\B.O CLEANSER, can 12c I le. k
Stern. Mrs. Charley and Mrs. Bill Beck and daughters : --- --- -- -- bath bar p g.
lour Friendly Jeweler" Parker sang two seasonal num| Carol and Cecilia, of Henderson. }MODESS reg. size pkg. _ 39c

bers. Springs The Greens also hart as PETER PAN PEANUTS 7-1.2" '31 17c
!!! -
E P tR PHONE 260 STARKE i Recordings of carols and Wines ville. N. C. DIAL SOAP: small barT 2 for 23c 2 or 21 c
were enjoyed during the social I i : -

hour. I I Mr. and Mrs. Don Champion and CHOPPED 11:111 Armours 53c -

I son, Don, Jr., of Ocala will spend BEEF STEW:Armours, l-lb7-can----4_ c A & P FOOD STORE
week'ndth their parents
VIENNA SAUSAGET'Armours -I.oz.* 21c
Prices Include federal tat ,
\ a > :Mrs. Glen Duke and Mrs. Geo. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hartmann andI -_ Tho Great Atlantic and Pacific
I Tea Co.
I Sapp were in Ocala on business u i I Mr. and :Mrs. Leo Champion CORNED Armours son East Call St.

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I III 1-1-11 '1 I I Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. :Mr: and :Mrs: Robert Green and I I :Mr: and "11'.-*. T. F. Landrum and I Mrs. W. B. Parks: will attend Mr and Mis C. P Pritchard i) Mr and :Mrs L. A, Pa' .- "

I and Mrs. L. U. Morgan were Mr. I family were in Valdosta. Ga. on family spent Thursday and Friday the Electoral College in, Tallahassee len last week :tl">i' \\'. h'h."a turned} hi"nv '.i-' .1..t'K a" I

and Mrs. J. E. Rosier and Mrs. Sunday visiting11':: and :Mrs: I lof last week with Mr Landrum s on the Hth and lath : 1.,1; :', :,.r:. r- v\ ,.'kK;1 W: : i l ra

d2e&6dna Mary Sapp and three children of James Reddish.Mr. I parents. :Mr: and11: ,<. .1 .A J .
t5 Law ley, Mrs. Shirley Pollet and :: and :Mrs.: T. J. Griffin. Miss i Landrum in BrooksvilleMrs. w ,- .- ---.)'- -.Q.. -- #. -: : \j';
children. Leaton Morgan Jr. and Annie Darby and Mrs. Carrie i P. M. Barefoot i..-i"i-o"

C.IN THE family of Starke r.ld1':: and Ritch were in Jacksonville on home Tuesday after ptii : c .

I I :Mrs: Larry Supernault of Ocala. I :Monday. eral days in the Rivei-. <> !h. ..ti"al SATo MONo ONLY!

.... I I Gene :Mrs.: .
'1 II- - -------- Long, tax assessor elect, s J. Benton returned home under observation.Mr.

Mrs. Ovid Bennett. Mrs Frazier I attended the tax assessor's convention 1 I last week after two weeks' visit and Mrs. Char-'!
Mr. and Mrs Randolph Boree I I
and daughter, Iris Lynn, of Jack Shaw, Mrs. Cecil Sewell Mrs. P. I at the George WashingtonHotel with her daughter and family ,in and children spent Tb.nk-:. ng
and Miss Johnnie Ben- in Jacksonville from Monday :: I I Moultrie, Ga. day in Palatka with Mi I! H.,' d'i -
sonville were weekend guests of D. Reddish I I
will Saturday in JacK-' to Wednesday. i i i A 2 c Edwin Hornsby of Coroa mother Mrs. G. E. M'-+;a\lh-.
Mr. and Mrs L. U. Morgan. The nett spend i
Morgans also had as Sunday. sonville. Friends of Clifford L. Currie:': was visiting his parents, Mr. and Miss Etta Ti-on is still t I. : ::n.-d

guests Morgan and Annie Bell I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell and I will regret to hear he has beena I.. Mrs Russell Hornsby from Wednesday to Riverside hospital uhe'!, .. she ANIL

Stephens and children of Jackson i daughter, Pam and Miss Johnnie patient in St. Vincent's hospital to Sunday. has been under treatment : a

ville and Emmalyne and Larry Bennett were visiting friends and I since Wednesday of last week. I I Mrs. \\". E. Dowling who ha heart ailment for th.' pi-\ *:nt'
'been ill the past several weeks. weeks.
Supernault of Ocala. I relatives in West Florida from I I Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middletonand
was able to spend the Thanksgiving SW our ;5 piece Tra\el x-t 8.95."Pajamas. ; .
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Young attended Wednesday to Sunday. daughter. Miss :Madge: :Mid ,. '
holiday with her HI.llt'. Bedroom Shoes
Mrs. Young's family re.1 Corduroy Jackets, Wool dleton and their guests :Mrs.: Mae parents.Mr.
i :: and Mrs. Roy Mathews in and Case" at Leila's Dress :I1OI'IIt.| | C
union in Ocala over the weekendat and Silk Blouse $3.a -h at I I1.A'i1a'J Jones and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. LADIES GIRLS
l Palatka and is expected home on Mr. and :Mrs Fred Fran' is l II BOYS
the home of Mrs Young'smother Dress Shoppe.Mr. Budd, Jr. and daughter, Patty, ,
I Saturday.Miss left :Monday for a tw.i +9s'k.
Mrs. S. R. Love. Amongthe I and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and ,I of Jacksonville and Mr. and :Mrs.E. : .
Joyce Newsome of Gainesville business and pleasure t t1 p :'
: : -
39 enjoying the affair were family attended a family reunion ,i S. Matthews and guests. Dr
and :Miss: Evelynn Newsomewere Miami and Fort MeyersMr. PASTELS-SOLIDS-STBIPES
nine of the ten children present.For I at the home of :Mrs. Lawson's : and :Mrs.: H. B. McLendon and I .
visiting friends in Waycross.Ga. and Mrs Edwin ;S; Sh-n
those who rare to send'i parents, Mr. and airs Oren Welch I daughter. Jeannette of Orlando, .
I on Thanksgiving Day. pard of Jacksonville were Thank--
the wry host. Hallmark Christmas, in Dade City on Thanksgiving joined the 'E. Matthews:: familyat
I I :Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith and giving Day guests of\h: id OUR REGULAR 19c SELLER
Card at Bullington's.Mr. II Day. I the Matthews cottage on Kings-
I sons spent Sunday in St. Augus- Mrs. Mike Sheppard. :Mi r K->
C. A. Parham Lake for Thanksgiving dinnerPicture ,
and Mrs. ley
I :Misses Gail Duke and Margaret tine visiting Col. and Mrs. II. Sheppard returned to Ja K*>'n'\ ,il.I !.
spent the weekend visiting friends will the weekend I Craft A gift that is c'l
Rose Duncan spend
I with her son and daugh"I'ln.\>
and relatives in West Florida. .! with Miss Sue Duncan in different an oil painting joii paint'Clu""t'lf Wall.Mrs.. Y. A. Harris and Miss to spend the weekend 3 LIMIT!
Mrs. M. C. Ford, Jr. and children I at Bullington's.Mr. '
Gainesville. I Betty Lou Harris of Gainesville I Mr. and Mrs Frazier Slia\' n.id
Thanksgiving with Mr. ,
spent I Mrs. Wayne Sargent accompanied :: and Mrs. G. E. :McGaulev.: spent the Thanksgiving holiday as Thanksgiving day plt'1';
and Mrs. M C. Ford, Sr. in Jack- I
I. by her mother Mrs. C. J'j Jr. and :Mrs.: G. McGaulev.:: Sr. with Mr. and :Mrs. G. McGriff:: I and Mrs. L. L. Conner Dill> I.. ( '>ti --. ,-

sonville. Powell and Mrs. Al H. Harley I II of Palatka spent Wednesday here Sr. and :Mr.: and Mrs. Lex Green. ner and :Mr.: and Mrs Carl 1 LaMar
Mrs. W. D. Faxon and daughter :
I returned to her home in Columbia.S. with Mr. and Mrs.:: Charles Hardy. I| Mr. and Mrs. :M.: W. Morrow Johnso f Gainesville.Mrs. .
Donna Dee, and Mrs. E. J. ,
: C. Saturday. Mrs. Powell and ,I Mrs. F. F. Stump is spendingthis and :Mrs.: D. D. Williams of Holly :: Ovid Bennett and \1' nd INFANTS
Flynn were visiting relatives inI .
I i Mrs. Harley returned home' on week in Monticello with her Hill were Thanksgiving Day Mrs L. L. Conner were bus r, ,. ce
Mobile, Ala. from Wednesday to I ,
: Sunday. son-in-law and daughter :Mr.: and guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. visitors at the Jackson\ 1114 :N; II!
Sunday. 1.1
Feature Look Diamond Ringsai Mrs. W. H. Thomson Jr. and Davis. Air Station on Monday
Rev. and Mrs. T. G. Mitchell :
Bullington's.Mr. family. !. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Turnipseed Mr. and Mrs W. H Gr i nlu i "Ii 1
and daughter. Barbara spent ,
and children of Columbus. Ga. r family spent the Thank I '!'vmj' ::
Thanksgiving with Rev. Mitchell'smother and :Mrs. Barney E. McRae, Mrs. Al Harley received word ; HOODS NOT
I weekend guests of Dr. and weekend in Tallahassee a- "-
husband that he is now were cm
Mrs. J. T. Mitchell in Sr. received word that Barney. Jr. from her I.
I stationed near Seoul Koryi and Mrs. II. H. Adams who also had of Mr and Mrs E. A RowtinMr I Fancy Garments;
I Homeland. I! has been promoted to 1st Lt. and
Thanksgiving day guests. Dr I and Mrs. Carl LaMar: I J.> >' -
is PFC Alonzo as
his address :
1-Rack Silk Dresses $7 up to is now company commander. His
III. 124630, "C" Co. : and Mrs. :Mark Adams and children of Gainesville were visa In!.; lt"(1( o But Certainly
$29.50 at Leila's Dress !Shoppe. I i new address is: Lt. Barney E. I Harley BONNET :
of Perry. :Mrs.: Carrie Adams parents. Mr. and Mrs C-nl I J J Imms
BN, 1st MarineDiv.
Mrs. George Flynn and Mrs. L. !i McRae 02003090.) Hq. & Hq. Co. lIst Party I U Worth
returned to Columbus with the and Mr and Mrs. FI'HZIt'I SIMW' i '
FMF:: (Pac) c'O Fleet Post i
G. Powell visited Miss Etta Tisonat 3rd Med. Bn., 3rd Inf. Div. APO I
Calif. Turnipseeds for two weeks' from Tuesday to Sundai" i isi
Riverside Hospital on Tuesday. 4SS c'o' P.M. San Francisco Calif. 1 Office. San Francisco More Than

Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Peeples of Tom McClane returned to his : Alphons Hartmann of p.ockford visit. week. a SIVEATERS
"'11111 Gahanlim Coats and quits Mrs. Charles Savage and dan,, it1;i, Hit-
Winter Haven were guests of Mr. homo in Winter' Park on Sunday Ill was the Thanksgiving holiday .
Half Price at Leila's JrehoPIM' ters. Yvonne and Anna (ot .la 'k
and Mrs. Ewell Lawson last Fri after spending ten clays with the guest of his brother Al Hartmannand
1 i sonville spent the latter 1 part "I'
day and Saturday Glen Duke family. :Mrs: Hartmann. '
Mrs. Sarah :McCall of Palatkawas last week with Mrs Siva:; je vents n" -
_... _. T ,, ,'" ... I 54.00
-- the weekend guest of Mr Ii i Mr. and Mrs. Olin WhIt "tI LADIES S SLIP S Top aottom'

and Mrs. Jesse Newsome.Mr. I I Mrs. J. L. AndPrsr.n, .J r :md Lace

and Mrs. L. E. Jordon and children Mike and Jane -n-'iit

PRIEST'S; TOYTOWN son. Harold of Ovieda were :"'f>ek-. Saturday in Gajnes'jlf'1'11! un

end guests of :Mr.: and Mrs. T. J. Mrs. Anderson's sister. A''

) Griffin. The Griffins also had as Teford Raines and se- till: It). Double Crotch
\ IS NOW OPEN Sunday guests, Mrs. C. C. Man- Santa Claus parade there Size 2-12;
doza and Miss Gloria Johns of :Mrs.: Ada Alexander vi- ,
) Jacksonville. C. J. McCrame and :\11'I' I K it.

A Wonderland Of Toys 4 ): Warren Oglesby of \Vay'cross. Caldwell in Jacksonville last: Fi'

J l. t. .,., .; ,., Ga and Miss Joyce Newsome of day and Saturday. LADIES ,
\.c.1 And Gift Goods Will Be : SHOES $1.00 $2.99
< '" Gainesville were weekend guestsof I Mr and Mrs. Ned Y:m< \' >lid 1
{ Found In Priest's Stores. t, Muss Evelynn Newsome. family spent the weekend hMrs. CHILDRENS To

: '. Mr and Mrs. Joe Gumber were Yancey's mother, Mr I P
We Invite You To Come .
1' guests; of Lt. and Mrs. II. Smithat Stevens in Sanford.

t v And Make Your Selection '" Cecil Field on ThanksgivingDay. ; Mr. and Mrs. W II Graham "Id, We Exchange! We Refund! We Satisfy

( / The Smiths were guests of and son Robert are lea\mc: '> "***W *wmMPW: .

Early. A Small Deposit 'i'r the Cumbers on Sunday. ',,10 for North Plainfre'.l XT'. .

(f Will Lay Away Your Order Mr and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen. Jr. attend the wedding of ;MrH.t': s ; [[t1i iIUI l! A :

Today. -jiit returned home Wednesday after. daughter :Shirley, to Lt Robe"t

spending week in Miami attending Stiininant The Holly; -Is"> nl:
the Seed Conventmti ani .'0')' tn spent) 'II. I'ht ,SUI'1: \ >l'ci.t' .

bined pleasure trip in the ,,,or' h II "i'n "a ,ves 147 W. Call St. Starke, Fla.jrTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTf
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,. Via. ) r .t :Miniature Size 8c! If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Adcut'ad

Regulation{ Size $1.19 out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS o DRUG STORE

? t. 1 j Official Size $1.3: $ Sat., Dec. 6-ONLY ] Tues.. Dec. !9)-One Day Only i

: N Official Size and'eght : ..

) ,. \\ $2.39:
Foot Ball Pump l 39cMangus : 1L iIf

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Dolls, Made by Arranbee, c\'atural ;.f It7IIO# : J ry[ :;;::- Toastmaster 22.951

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Priest's Stores. A Small ";". ".J-'j--rsj A DC FJBLC! P1CrU RF : (IIILDRE.VS ,:

Deposit Will Lay Away and Durable Are ._- '... ANo "1'iirjj \ Hoo" ( arts in and Mixers
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Your Doll Now story the two of words our 19 that,),2 Line tell the ofVelocipedes : Circus Band -\I-J I I iti-si World l sew.Wed. %Wrist %Watches 6.95 Only -

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SET 10-Inch Front Wheel Junior :.Mangus 15c .- Ih.'('. 10 11. 12 Ronson Lifters7.20; i : .
Indian Chief 19c Rid/'ng..fo/ fight ( ( K 20Electric

$5.9512.lnch 02 a wrong! kJsSSS 3 BIG DAYS ,

"= Razor 24.50 j
Front Wheel -

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Also larger Sizes r.' have ff .
i I Remington 60 27.50 j

r ti Folding against the most \\v( >, :
DOLL CARRIAGEWith LX adventurousbackgrounds lt : i:'fl "t i ;
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.T,...YYTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTT brought Joann. Lang, Lorene's i and Lillian's two children came on 4J.I S. Sapp of Starke. I -
sister and her two children backup I Sunday afternoon, and Sunday eve-I Rudolph Sapp was the weekend LETTERS Addresses Of Interest ;: CARD OF TIIAXKS

LONG BRANCHby to Pop Jim's for a visit. And ning, Gerty Faircloth and Louise," guest of the P. D. Reddishes at TO SANTA CLAUS !! S. Sgt. W. C. Phillips. 7th AFD, i'!I We wish to express our heart- ,, FOR SALE
then Sunday they went into Jacksonville Johns came, and the Lang boys i Starke. felt i
APO 677. care PM, New York : and appreciation for
Jars! J. L. Strickland and brought Betty Hickey have been running in all along. Mr. and Mrs Jimmie Gaskins of Alias at ih.time of year N. Y. the kindness and assistance ren- CATFACEWOOD
out to spend the night with the The Robert Martins, and the I Tampa were visiting relatives in there are two important "firsts" 'dered
................. .. I' home folks. On Monday, a car I Clawson Manning's both of Clays this community over the weekend. around the Telegraph office -- the! Vincent Ferrara, City of Ferarra loved ones by our during many the-friends illness and and

We've had visitors galore, this load of the visitors went over toj J s I Hill, have recently added little Church New, first ripe strawberry and the first': Pastry Co. 617 Myrtle Ave., death of our mother and grandmother -
to their families. We' letter to Santa Brooklyn 5, N. Y.
the to clean I i baby girls claus. !
cemetery up j We '
past week. Our son and daughter 'i took a Training Union:, Mrs. I. E. Thomas.- Mr. ANY: .VMOINTANY
family plot. We hope they will did not learn the names: of the' This year the honor for the first!j Mrs. Edna Morns, Rt. I, Bris-
Alonzo and Studycourse
Lorene from California this past week finish-i and Mrs. O. S. Thomas and fam- : I.EV.T11: ;
be here longer than they did last .. babies. ripe berry went to Herbert Norman tow, Okla.L. .
in ing
Friday with
came Friday night, giving us j up a social. Rev. i1y.I
quite a surprise. With them, of year when they came to visit. The Henry Griffis' of Maxville,Haines of Starke, Rev. Lee of and it looks like a tie between -I B. Moorer, Radio Officer, SS feeD

course was their little boy, Freddy, People have been dropping in to and the Henry Brooks' of Jackson- Starke and Rev. Beard of Brooker a brother and sister team I Kaposia Amer. Tankers Corp. of' \LL KIND OFFICE SUPPLIES B. THOMAS
ville, (formerly Miss Mertie Pad for the first letter to Santa Claus.i i
assisted in + Del.. 600 5th Ave., New York 20.
a sweet little boy who looks like see the two babies since they have I gett of Clay Hill), also welcomed course. conducting the !'1 The same mail brought us the following -j I| N. Y. AT THE TELEGRAPH Law ley. Fla.

his dad. The next day, Saturday, ,been here. Lottie Starling, and I girls to their families. And again, The letters from Mary Ann and -

they went down to Lutz and her daughters Gloria and Lillian,. we did not learn the names of the tor's family congregation the gave Wilsons the pas- David George Schaeffer both of
I babies. Congratulations to the new Harry a Laura St.. Starke, who wrote to I
surprise pounding Saturday night.
Santa in of the
parents car Telegraph.
I | Sunday night the Intf'rmediate. I.
Rev. Percy Knight is out of the -
Convoy's Service Station I hospital, and is feeling much better Training Union class gave a program Dear Santa:

we are glad to report. before the church on how to I am trying to be i good girl $

AMOCO GAS AND OIL Bob Hester who used to live on'1 carryon Training Union the correct Please bring me a bicycle with a'C

the "chicken farm", was back way training wheels, some new clothes

,Washing Greasing Tires, Tubes & Batteries I visiting some of his old friends!i i! for my two dolls, and some pillowcases

recently. i| TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT and sheets and blankets, anda

PHONE 147 FOR SERVICE Vondee Durrance was recently i! BRADFORD mattress and pillows for my doll

ordained to the ministry in the bed. Love,

Long Branch Baptist Church. We Mary Ann Schaeffer.
Ride Florida Greyhound Busses
I wish the new Rev. Durrance Godspeed ,
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SPEED SAFETY COMFORT ECONOMY in his new venture. I( tHIGHLIGHTS( Dear Santa: i I 'C < ," <

Rev. Raymond Carter and family I I am trying to be a good boy. : : ....., .'.,' ', .:. ,.\f'i.l.
and ij: ':2.
Mrs. Snow of Russel, ;
LEARN TO FLY the easy way. Pay as you pen I Will you bring me a bicycle with I ; !i
most of one Sat. night with us, training wheels? I want a train,

learn Phone 147 I talking church work, :and just: | By Brenda BradfordA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA a two-gun holster, and a Howd I

plain visiting.We I Doody puppet. This is all I want. iLHI :
have some of the lumber for I II Love, f f

4 the church and we are to have I Everyone's talking about our David George Schaeffpr.TYYYYYYYYYYY7YYYYYYYYYY. fI I
workings to use the lumber up. | Homecoming celebration It I I

WE SHIP DAILY 1 Those of you who would like to! was a roaring success I won- I i t

work with us on the building can I j: der if you folks have noticed the WHAT A GIFT i
come to the church on Thursday: upsweep in school spiritespecially -

Large Selected and Sat. of this week Sat. of'' at that game? I think FOR TilE
next week, and every other Sat. I the Senior Class's campaign to I
hereafter until the work is finished.! promote better spirit was a won- 1
We are hoping to get the 'church j: derful thing for B. H. S. + i 1

finished. before it's so cold we'll I I II Congratulations to "Her Royal !

MABEL AND PINEAPPLE ORANGES i 1 freeze in the tent, for you all know I Highness, The Queen Norma Gon- !

PINK GRAPEFRUIT : that winter i is really on the way. :i zales", and to all of her court fMHJJtP/11i"/JVf
i Elgin Lang and Minnie Moore
I They all looked lovely at the
TANGERINES KUMQUARTS were over for a visit. This is the I queen's coronation 6O
: first been I II lK .
time Elgin had over,r The football team was largely
I since before she became sick. We' responsible for the success of

MARMALADE JELLIES : are glad that Elgin is feeling bet"ter. i Homecoming They took

Lake Butler to the tune of 4126.
Pecans Candies Coconuts I Mr. and Mr*. J. D. Boone and .
.j.i A marvelous victory over our
Edna of Highland spent some time i
; most heated rivals.
with daughter and soninlaStaff!
I' !' The band put on a lovely musical -
Place Your Order S I
Early jt. and Mrs. James Allen of I|
display at half time They

To Assure Christmas elil'eryMARTIN'S !: Macon Floyd, Ga.Johns has gone to Calif.i I I i introduced three new majorettes.

I I I Kay Rowland Gayle Rowe. and
: to visit his brother Marklte, who
.I i Nancy Bates These I
I 1 is in the Army, and stationed there.I' girls in A I
FRUIT SHOPN. He will be gone for about a week.I I I addition to Gail Duke Jackie Pre- '
I I I vatt (who have performed before) POLAROID8CAMERA I
Charley Mosley is home now I I|
j i and Joanne Smith, (head majorette M
on a furlough. He i.; to be only i(
Temple Ave. Box 261 here i i will head the B. H. S. Band J I
short and !
a time" will leave I I I
Starke Fla. next year A nice addition,
soon to back
report to camp somewhere ..
in Alabama. .: I'd say its all-time in anti-knock
.at high qualities !
The .
1 | Bradford High School Glee A big finished blac-and-whife

1I I fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTt ;1 Club, under the direction of Mrs print yours, one minute afteryou've
will snapped the shutter. That's
i i Sylva present an evening of
i I music tonight (Friday) the 60-second: magic: of the Polaroid i Today's CROWN EXTRA Gasoline is For silent, surging power to iruct every

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OUR FUTUREThe The Speech Club is planning tr parties, family and business uses. to guard your engine against potter- compression motors, have your Stan-
:Mrs: O.
by E. Crosby
present two one-act comedies oni ; wasting knocks and pings, and assure dard Oil dealer fill your tank with the
: .............ulv I i the nights of December 17th and '89.75 !
I M 18th. Mr. Davisor. faculty adviser you full mileage from every gallon. new, improved Crown Fxtra!
Rev. A. G. Karnes filled his I
future of American business is the I regular i 1 j is directing one of them.-"Wilbur
appointment at See It
future of America itself and the Bayless Highj j Faces Facts"; and Mrs. Davisonis I
way Baptist church Sunday K. G. Duncan
mornj j directing the other "Boy Meets in action AgentSTANDARD
problems of American business are the I ing and eveuing. Two candidates Family" ,
problem of every American family. were baptised after the evening today!
I The Girls Basketball Team has
There is no room for antagonism be- Don't forget Sunday school ,I been cho en and started practice I Ie OIL COMPANY

and business. Mary Frances Hazen has been
tween government -
every Sunday morning at 10 (Kentucky)
that harms American business o'clock; preaching at 11; Training elected captain by her teammates -

harms the American pt ople. Our nation I Union at 6:30. and preachingat

grows as its business grows; they I 7:30.: Everyone welcome to at The boys have also started STANDARD
their drills now that football season -
move forward together as they have tend.Mrs. e
has come to close .
in the past and must in the future if we Lucille Lovell and Mrs a
Best of luck to both teams.
Mary Ella Watterson! were hostesses
remain and free.
are to strong at Well !! Monday is report
a lovely shower recently
honoring Mrs. Harvene McMa- card day I'm letting you ;,

hone at the home of Mrs. W. C. parents know in order to give'iI j See why you tan be sore you get the deal
When a Government Assumes Dictatorial Powers Over Ward. About 30 guests enjoyedthis you time to prepare yourselves i C

Business, A Nation's Progress Ceases, And Its Economical lovely affair. The honoree received I Brenda Until' next Bradford week .. . I II |I II D m e S e e you deserve here. See how you get more with

Structure Topples! gifts as many a meneto lovely of the and occasion.useful 1 I ,:':. Chevrolet..pay less with our low prices.

The home of O. E. Crosby was I I'I NEWS ABOUT ? 'f, See for yourself. .
a scene of much activity on g I
Use Your Bank Champion of Your Liberties I Thanksgiving Day. He and his j;i|I SERVICEMEN e

I brother Calley killed ten hogs. j Pvt. William S. :Starling: A..>- rher MO Value, i

,! About 45 people enjoyed the day j inducted on Oc.t. l.,:> and is m>\\

with us. We had a family reunion. at Camp Rucker. Ala for his o CHEVROLETVaIu/

lots of fun and plenty to eat. basic infantry training with the

Uro\\n-IA'E' Wedding 47th (Viking) Infantry Division
Meee Howard Brown and Miss Mary lie will be there for 16 weeks. '"

Lee of Jacksonville were united in I I _

f marriage in Folkston. Ga. Saturday I Seaman Ernest M Douglas
1Irnsr ouIa I lalionat! { .,
ar jroun afternoon. They were accompanied I j USX. son of Mr. and Mrs J. K

'MCMDEPe to Georgia by C. M. Mei -1 j 1 Douglas of Starke is serving
+i i Kinney of Starke They are make I j aboard the destroyer T'SS Picking :

AAAAAAAAAAA...A .... AAAAAAA.A.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. I i ing their home in our community. which recently participated in the

t ..4.. i We wish to extend our best wish- ;, joint V. S. and Canadian cold
i i e< to them. weather exercise
] off the coast of
t 9 Piece 5J I(i The Fred Haislops and Mr. and i ii Labrador. F
i i :U rS. W. R. Hajslop spent Thanks-1 -
I j i giving holidays in Tampa with, i Master S,;. James H I oser.

E BEDROOM :' relatives. I husband of Callie Strickland / J

: Mrs. Leah Brown J. B. and Moser of Starke, recently joined ---

GROUP 5H1095 Hubert Brown and Mr. and Mrs.1 i, the 2nd Transportation Major _

Mac Hugh of Jacsonville were re- I Port in Yokohama for his second _

:j I cent guests of )Irs. Lem Brown I' tour of duty in the Far East He i :
and Howard. |[ has been in the Army since 1910( >x

< I Lat and left the Far East in September _
report from
Phone 80 Starke, Fla. Han'eEd- '
1931: after a year of Koreans
..,. ..,.,..,. ,..,." t wards son of Mrs. A. G. Korn _
i duty. He was then stationed at
I was not too good. Mrs. Karnes
1 BED Ft. Worden. Wash until recentlye
MATTRESS said he had recently! undergonean
volunteered for another
hen ,
VANITY rsa w -
SPRINGS 3 operation and i is still confined j 4.d

I-CHEST 1-BED SPREAD to the hospital. Sure hope he is overseas tour. -

VANITY STOOL feeling better now. i! The 27Sth Regimental Combats
" .4
.. Mr and Mrs. Frank Thom Team of which Pvt. Harold Smith LOWEST PRICED IN ITS FIELD! ,y Nr r .r
.4j pent the weekend in Jacksonville'with of Starke is a member, has completed This beautiful Stylelm D. UK 4-Dear Sedan litre '
for leu Ihon any comparable node! >n .... relatives.HEILBRONN. a joint Army-Xavy maneuver of standard equipmenf and trim W+ W ,
ilSustra.d a dependent on arai'abi'iry of rot trial.t
at Little Creek. Ha.t to
give training in amphibious land- SEE WHAT YOU GAIN More Powerful Val\e-m-Head Engine poise Power Safety Plate Glass all

i4... \ ings. with Powerglide: Automatic Transmission around, with E-Z-Eye plate glass (optional
Pvt Smith entered the Army WITH THESE EXCLUSIVE :
I (optional on De Luxe models at at extra cost) Largest Brakes in
\.. last :March and is serving as a;
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... 1 team's Company. He is the son :
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4.. Mr and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and P-tarke and the husband of airs

1 L I f 4 4 daughters.Thanksgiving Joyce and holidays Judy !'pentthe vise-! :,;, Marlene Smith-of Jacksonville. I YOU SAVE Lowest.Priced Line in its Field !

r To Picture :4 4 ting relatives in White Springs.Mrs. snician L. Wiggins. dental tech WITH THE
1st class USX. has com- \
4 Dean
.+ Morgan and
,,> 4 daughter pleted a six months' at ,
Shown Abo\"e. I of White Springs were Sunday | course WIN $23,000 FIRST PRIZE IN THI GENERAL MOTOIS LETTER HIGHWAYS AWARDS
the U.
S. Naval Dental School
; Bethesda. Md. This
l highly specialist -
Grady and Glenda Varnes
sPe [ ized training is
given to selected
Thanksgiving week in Orlando I I
Come /n And See It (I enlisted men who hold dental
with their .
Today : father.Thanksgiving
( technician ratings. I TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
guests of the EI.don 1Wiggins I is the son of Mr. and


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Norman and son Gerald and Mrs. Wiggins of Gainesville. .




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J I Baptist Church I Church of Christ I 1 1I and Mrs Minnie Weatherbee returned Tampa are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J visiting the H. M. McRaes','.Starke- -- and a member of the le'!
to Pompano Monday after John
Surrency over the
I j I Corner 10th and McMahoa !i ii weekend'i Saturday. | Level Baptist church where ,
: "The Word of Life" will be the spending sometime with Mr. and Flake Watson has toj
{ I This Community was made sad had many friends that loved hi I'
Bible School-10 A. M.
Mrs. B. Y. Saxon and Mr. and his ''
sermon topic by Rev. L. D. Haines I' home after being a patient'
1 on No23 to hear that A-2c He had
Preaching] A. M. and 7:3l: recently spent -<'\t'r,1.
I Mrs.
this Sunday morning at the First I Geo. Saxon. i fMr. two months in the Lake City ,:
1I P.M. Robert Owen had lost his life in days here with his parent: < r :
Baptist of Starke. The church and Mrs. Steve Williamson hospital. !
Prayer :Meeting and Bible Stud a plane crash He was the son of had just left Mobile. Ala b;. ;. .
will recognize the American Bible of High Springs and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie Surrency
I each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Owen of for Ala.ka.Comg.
I Society's work in distributing!I Everyone welcome. Everett Williamson and childrenof of Tampa were weekend guestsof :
.1 in all languages. The Church Gainesville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wynn.

I, At The Tabernacle St. Mark's Episcopal Choir will bring the special music I I Church of God M r. and Mrs. Garfield Johns.

Itf"". Raymond MacBlain for this service, and the Carol The Glee Club of Bradford 1'YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYPINE '
|I Blackboard illustrations were a Choir will sing the offertory Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- High school will sing Friday
feature of the Tuesday night Schedule of ServicesSUNDAYS I hymn. ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening night. Barbara Matchett. Glady : LEVEL
Bible Hour and the Satur- Bundy and Earlena
I Study I Sunday evening Rev. Haines' Service 7:30: p.m. YPE Service Norman of i I
:I day night Youth Meeting at the !i 9:45: a.m., Church School. 11 message will be "Is Your Family Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Hampton are members of the l>.\ Mrs. II. :M. Mrltae
Tabernacle. A Thanksgiving pro- a.m., Morning Prayer & Sermon; : Saved?" and will be a message on 7:30: p.m. Thursday. Club and would like to have
gram of songs and readings was I Law tey Hampton well! represented. 11111111111111111111Rev.
6:30: p.m., Young People's Service household -alvation. The Chapel
given Friday night. League. I Choir will bring the special music Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning The Acapella Chorus sang at \v. E. Hall filled his regu-
Special music features the Sun- I HOLY COMMUNION and the Piano-Organ-duo will Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serv- the Church of Christ in Starke 1 lar appointment at Pine Level!

day morning program, while Rev. 1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun- lead the singing of congregational ing Saturday 7:30: p.m. Monday evening, among those Baptist church last Sunday morning
G. E. Cutshaw occupied the pulpit from here attending Mrs. J
day 7:30: a.m. hymns and qospel choruses requested and evening with 190 in Sunday -
Sunday night. by congregation. Presbyterian Church J. W. Horne. daughter Martha school.
The sponsors of the Tabernacle FRIDAY j In;. Jessie Chastain, Mrs. Lester
Sunday School meets at 9:45: people of Pine Level
wish to thank the unseen one who 7:30: p.m. Litany & Meditation. Slade and the Thornton Johns
I Church School 9:45: a.m.'I church attended
Sunday the
with P. T. general superin I Fellowship
8 Choir Rehearsal.
leaves at the family. ,
so faithfully I p.m. .
tendent. Training Unions gather Morning Worship 11am. Ser- i meeting at Magnolia Baptist
beautiful flowers prior to special 'I Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hammond
II Yourself.
mon "Try Giving church at
I Branford last
CHURCH; OF JESUS CHRIST at 6:15: with Lavern Outlaw ( week on
services. I director. I Vesper Service 6 p.m. Subject and daughter Willow Ruth were :i Thursday; and Friday.Mr. .
Friday night Dec. 5, Rev. Cut- OF LATTER DAY SAINTSMa I "What is the Answer?" Thanksgiving] guests at the home and Mrs. H. H. Lewis
shaw will again speak at the' Services each Sunday I Mid-week service regularly at I Choir Rehearsel Wednesday of their son Mr. and Mrs. John E. : Thanksgi'ingith their spent

Tabernacle, bringing some of his,, sonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday 7:30 each Wednesday! evening 7 p.m. Committees and Prayer Hammond and family on Crystal ]law and daughter Mr. son-n
personal experiences at School 10 a.m., Sacrament Serv- I I with the Pastor in charge and Lake. and Mr-
com'er-t' 8 p.m. Bishop Thomas at Brooker.We .
sion. 6:30: p.m. Everyone welcome bringing the message following Thornton Johns is able to beat had
the period of testimony for all a glad surprise FrIda i
I work after week's illness.
rEXTECOSTAL HOLINESS a night when Raymond Crosby sti.i..!r,
who attend.
Mr. and Mrs. John Blackmanare
by after
a fishing trip I
I To all services at the First Sunday School 10 a.m both ill with flu. Cedar
Keys and
presented '
us \\11"
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke Baptist the public is invited, and Morning Service 11 a.m. Mr. and Mrs S. A. Dover of I four nice mullet. Were they good,
I the church is open daily for meditation Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Huntersville. N. C. are visitingthis
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Jackson
i j and prayer.Methodist Prayer Meetings Wednesday week with the \l. L. Watterson )
and children of Charleston. S. c
night : p.m. Saturday niglr- family.Mr.
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor I j Church 7:45 p.m. I and Mrs. Lloyd Posey of\elf.and Jacksonville were visiting the iAda
Saturday. We
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Jacksonville.1fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYTYYYl spent Thanksgiving
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 I The First Methodist Church of i afternoon with the W. N. Jack- I were glad and surprised to see
l {them. They lived here 12 :years
Starke cordially invites you tot n's.qtr. I
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. I t attend the following services of' HAMPTON I i and Mrs. Bert Finch of ago.

Sunday School 9: 15 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. worship on Sunday, Dec. 7. The Gainesville sp*\ t Sunday with I Daniel O. McRae and Mrs Minnie

Midweek,Service, Wednesday., 7:30 P.M.rfr : I Church School begins at 9:45: witha by :MrvVm.. \V. Hammond I II Airs Finch's parents, Mr. and Harris of Safety Harbor \\er
m-rr<---.J-" JJf f ffr* visiting relatives here '
'" SaturdatMr
Airs W. I
N. Jackson.
I Sunday School class for every
Morning Service "The Word of Life"Evening age group. ,I 1111/11/11111111111111111 i' Donald McMahone of the Merchant I and Mrs. T. N. :Norman and
I Marine Saturday with son Gerald and :Mrs F: i' Sapj -'
Service "Is Your Family Sa\'edT' The Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell Eugene Simmons of Win'ton-! spent I
I his wife while his docked and ions all of Heilbronn; -""' ; 1'n i '
will preach at the eleven o'clock Salem, N. C. visited his brother, ship was I I m!
1 DECEMBER: : J ii
in' Jacksonville. ,
FOR FREE TRANSPORTATIONPhone service on the subject, "So Owen Simmons and family and '
I uncle, K. B. Watterson and wife, I j Tommy Kitchens of Gainesville\ To Mat
i 266-J on Sunday 306 on Weekdays- Strangely Still. The Lord's Sup- I I 5
j per will be served at the morning : during the Thanksgiving holidays. )I! spent the weekend with the W N Itliseryoj p

service. '" The Bradford and Union County -: ,Jacksons'The ,.. S'ee it ot Mi<
The Senior and Intermediate Sing will be held at the Hampton Hampton P. T. A held ro

Methodist Youth Fellowships meet;; Baptist church Sunday their monthly meeting Tut,day
'i ning. eve-I'afternoon with 14 member, iakc
at 6:30: every Sunday evening. : present. -
"Are There Tears In Heaven"O : The evening church service begins I .Ir. and Mrs. Wallace Collins I'I Hostesses were Mrs Bessii QUID M TAIUTS; -SAME FACT REUIF
I at 7:30: with a Song service of spent Thanksgiving and the weekend Cochrane and :Mrs L V. William- I
'' in Dotham, Ala. j, son.'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYj. I
favorite Mr. Mitchell i
Know What is Going hymns. < I
Do Our Saved Loved Ones! in Heaven .. I! Mrs. ,
.. preach Sunday evening on the Young and sons | I "
on Down Here on this Earth? ; were Sunday guests of her broth- | )J:: It I that
subject "If Christ had not come. i Jt : i t i I I
: Can Our Actions and DecWons be Known by those who I er, Walter C. Stick and wife, at i e e a
Special music will be furnished -W jI
: have! already "passed away?" Can we grieve them? ... I j Jacksonville. I GRAHAM i ib %
the Youth Choir.
. . Is it possible! for those who have died in the Lord to communicate .. Gray are I I II
a' t"
with the Living? < I I Mrs. Bonnie :MrKimieyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I JeepJ gifting"
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Bible children between the ages of gladden their hearts at the II
Don't miss the Answers to These Vital Questions
Alachua Hospital in Gainesville1 v I
Sunday Night, 7:30, In The Pastor's Message. ... i 6 and 12. on Wednesday. Nov. 26. Little ] Colen :M Ratliff returned from I

First Baptist Church, Hampton I, St. Edward's Church time Valeria with Gray her is grandparents spending some-in leave;(i Korea with and is his spending parents :Mr.30 day and I $10 LAYS AWAY YOUR TV I 1

Mrs. L. E. Ratliff. ,
BOB CRAY, Pastor : I Tampa. I
: Sunday Mas!l at 9'15: : a. m. Miss Jetta Dees of Tampa is'' Mrs. Kate Starling visited her I WITHPPOI: T IE T I
Bible School 10 A.M.: B.T.U. 6:30 P.M Mass 7:30
I Weekday : a.m. I grandson Kenneth Starling in the
\'isitingfrs.. Ethel Tidwell. j\l )
Special Music -:-Nursery Open : Children's Class Wed. 3:00: p m. \ Haven Sunday.t t
Hope hospital For Installation
... Charles Manier spent Friday :'I' For Christmas
Keystone heightsWomen's Kenneth is a polio patient there.I I
and Saturday at Scout in ]
NOTE: The Union-Bradford Co. Singing Convention : ( Club) Camp I We wish .
Jacksonville.Mr. him a speedy recovery.Mr. '
will meet with our Church Sunday at 2:30: P.M. Everyone : Sunday Mass 1st.! 3rd. 5th Sun. I i I See l sow
.. and Mrs. Thomas \Wads- and Mrs. V. L. McKinney j I
welcome. 4 11 a.m. 2nd and 4th Sun. 8 a.m. I II
*II worth of Bunnell spent Sunday' 'of Palatka and J. D. McKinney i While The Host Appointments Are Still \\ailabh- I
4. Confessions before all Masses. I
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs 'visited friends and relatives over:1' I
7:30 .
: I
p.m.Earl !' G. P. I the weekend in Wauchula.
Wadsworth j' i iIr. CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
I Mrs. J. D. McCullouch and son.i :\ and Mis Je-se Surrencv of

Luke of Live Oak have movedto Itch TV ADMIRAL TV

the Bon Saxon farm near
GROCERIES Hampton. Mrs McCullouch is the Most Complete! Service Department In This Vicinity

mother of Mrs. Wylie Williamson.
COOK' MEATS The Fifth Sunday Christian

church Convention was held Sunday -
at Theressa. About 20 from
Hampton attended. We'vegotthem

1-2 Mile From Starke City Limits North Miss Martha Home spenThanksgiving t
weekend; with 9
Quantity Rights:, Reserved Prices in this ad effective thru Sat.. Dec. 1.Li 1.(iYTYYYYYYYYYl i friends in Tampa. il .M.i4 1+ 4

i children of Starke werThanksgiving e r
is. == The Bob
guests of Mis. Grays
Barksdale's parents Mr ar.dIrs.: .
PURE Mrs. Pick fords ka'I I 1S
J. W. Home and family Announce s'
: Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill and

OLEO family were weekend guests of, A New ModelCrawlAbout '
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. King at [

L LARlJ 7 giant pkg Jacksonville.The I
S9c ; Lottie Moon Week of Pray-, ? 1'I'i Vv
at Alachua (General
Lb 1 er program will be held Friday !, ;
or 9c I!:i night at the Baptist church at Ifo pital. No2: (>. 1!9i'); '. v

I! 7:30.: 8:15; a.m.

Ib jar 2 i| :Mrs A. L. Millican and daughter I ,, !,
6 79C Igs pkgs
48C {{'ilh\lealOrdero[ Sylvia of Ocah were Thanksgiving 'I SpecificationsNAME
Day guests of their '
aunt. I'
$:i.00 or More : ,? ,11'.1'i iI ia
Mrs.: T. F. Brown. i iMr i Ruby Chen iARMSTRONG

and Mrs Emory BrownI GrayWEIGHT
M. H. Lean Meaty Fla. pent Thanksgiving Day fishing ,' 7 HH.

Lb Tin I Lh ; at Mr Cedar and Keys.Mrs. Don Hill had as'I': WHEE'LBASE 11 1-1 I ozs. 20 {nino-fleX

COFFEE f f 2 $1.59 1 BACK BONE 49CH. (. their guests Thanksgiving Howard { inches.LIGHTING.

Hill Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hill and I Ii EQUIPMENTDark (
I Mrs. I. V. Hipe of Pamona Park (iI .

J. HEINZ Good Meaty RIB & BRISKET i i Sunday Waldon from Wadsworth returned !' with Blue automatic Headlamps dim- WHITE
a hunting trip.
2 for Lb I I Mrs. Hulda Griffiths and 'Ii mers. ;
BABY f FOOD 19C STEW S E 34C i David of Waldo spent Wednesday FREEWHEELING ___ '

: with her aunt, Mr<;. T. F.I< Rubber mounting. SIDEWALLS I

25 LB Yellow Rose LEAN FRESH ,, W Forsythe of Dundee spent balanced, strong, flexible
the w'ekendth his brother Jo eForsythe well reinforced. IS
and family. other guests BODY Streamlined. Famous quality Armstrong
'F FLOUR $1.89 PORK CHOPSLb59C during the last of the week were
: Henry and Floyd Raulerson CClermont movable and subject to "Cushion Ride" whitewalls
I Mr. and Mrs. E. Par- ;
Fresh Ground I rich of Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. i' change without notice.FINISH Longer Lasting Whitewalls White sde.: are back-the favorites with

Eelbeck Leslie McCullouch of Palatka. Shell Pink. watt stock that is built to last and lastl!
HORN High frequency more and more smart motorists.
Lh JAC Mr Mrs. %
and Horace nt
May speThanksgiving ,
GRITS 5 '* 49C' HAMBURGER : Day with their son. vibrator-type, t Rhino-Flex Construction Rugged carcass Armstrongs mean

Wilson May and family in Gaines loudest when fuel tankis strength combined with easing, snap-back

ville. empty. flexibility for maximum, wear-resistant top value I appearance,

Smoked Mrs. May Sweeney and daughter TOP __ Black mo'hair mileage
McCormick 4 Oz. TinGood Hickory Connie spent Thanksgiving> covering.FlEL and safety for car owners

aFresh Day with her daughter Joan i in _ Gravity feed ', 18 Month Unconditional 1 Guarantee The who demand the best AT

BLACK PEPPER 69C BACON 49C I I Gainesville. : four ounce tank, centrally pioneer in user protection gives this exclusive -

,I Mrs David Raley and children located. protection at no extra cost. NO PREMIUM PRICE.

:j of Theressa called at the Ham CLUTCH Easy slip

Caught Lge : Ruth mond accompanied home Saturday.them home Willow fori improves type positive with release Compare Armstrong's Top-Quality lowest Price Maximum Protean!:

RICE 5Lb 59C I i the night and spent Sunday there age.

MULLET FISH tb26c Miss Sibyl Priester of Palatka CIRCULATING Self cooling SYSTEM water:

spent the weekend with her aunt.

Mrs. L. G. Adkins and family. UPKEEP jacket. self_ P contained.L E N T Y I HARDY BROTHERS CO.60ij
Hickory Smoked PURE PORK I Good Homemade HEADCHEESE Mr and Mrs T. J. Alderman - rR MQTOR .

SAUSAGE entertained dinner Mrs at G. a W.Thanksgiving Alderman At Now The on Home Display Of

,1 55C E E S E 29C Mr"'ons and of Starke Mrs Levy and Canova Mrs Cora and Pastor & Mrs. Bob Gray *neof,ea Temple A\e. Starke, Florida C9 auollcJt

Marshburn of Tallahassee Hampton. Florida -

Mrs Sam Aldrich and daughter
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'. Flinty DECEMBER 5. t9.'i? i

f Recent Births Council Finds 'Robin Hood'In Divorce rare and ou-t"Jy of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on weeks in the "
CONSERVATION FARMING innor ,childt-i or before theothertc Uridford Ci 1 t't:

I Mr. and Mrs. William H. Gil- I Public Newest VersionAt has been named filed Court against and you Cause In and theabove i JJ .I..,\ ..t I>- .--ilH r 1 -.J graph 11.11..1"' I" ,t _

By George Brown, ConservationistWildlife liard announce the birth of a Favorable you are required to sere a "I'Puf ,, (', : Park ; 'I11P.1 n'1 ::1
SundayThe as mAas.
your answer i-
or pleading
to the (IFF1C1I.. '
daughter, Judy Darlene on November complaint d !I.>' y -i. : SEI: A. 1 1I'lerk
Continued( from page one i on the Plaintiff'1'Attorney ..f 'he r I'I
'1 I 16 in the :Martin County Z.nh H. Douglas, j"'. Ths: : n M i 1. ,11,1,! "" pnMilv'iN. I l'\: \111'1,111 1. i'ro-.v. h. '
planting material isj i food and cover for quail, in site beloved story of Robin Lynt ItjiUling .1.1.h.-.n\ 1 K. -. .. \ \ f f -ir 1 ,',,"- '.' \ 11;
Hospital at Staruit. Mrs. Gil- Judge Adkins then a ked if the :
available to Bradford Soil Con- ,' selection and proper planting and Hood one of the most robust tales -
I I Hard is the former Miss Eunice certificates issued would be a and file the original in the r.fi>-,. ,.f
servation District Cooperators or I management. I i of gallantry and adventure ever the Clerk of the C,reu.t 'art <.'
i Griffis. direct lien on the property in. :j. :jr before the ALVAREZ' STORE 'It'n's Clothini!; 1-
written has
interested landowner free of. Several plantings of these ma- I been brought to the .
any I 5 day .f Janii.i- 1.-
-- !! voh ed. City Attorney G. L. Pat- ] E..tahlished 1\t!) lWINKLER
charge. This material consists of ; terials were made last spring and I screen in beautiful technicolorand ',otherwise the allegati. I .'
I i Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cozatt Jr. ten advised the Judge that the Complaint will bt- taj,- ,
be at the Park :11 ai 'llt.: -
Thumbergii, Lespedeza, and Mtl- I will be glad to direct interested II may seen "d by .
I I announce the arrival of certificates
a son not be lien --
tiflora Rose plants and Partridge persons to them in order that a Theatre this Sunday and Monday. notice shal! t>f ,m t I1-1 ,ionce -
(I Gary Mark, on Sunday :\0\'. 30 against property to the certificate ; This new version of the classic each week for, four c"'i I'- u'.v-
Pea and common Lespedeza seed j I they may see and judge for them- weeks in the Bradford Cii'v. Tt ,.
Planting of the material may be 1 selves if they make use of this ]:i at Lake Shore Hospital in Lake holders but there would be a lien story was produced by.Walt Disney -,prsphf \ ELECTRIC SEUI'II'f.] '
| City. Mrs. Cozatt is the former placed against the on f D.tt.d tlv- :3 ,)1.,,
property but has flesh and blood stareinstead
trade in woodland strips or along material in increasing the quail 193J'
Miss Peggy Dale. I streets i; paved the i ()f'FlIAL
covering amount
population on their land. of the usual Disney car- ( SEAL) A. J Th"m.I1..r1c -.
borders. The Lespedezasmust I
field .
-- ,|. owed by the property owner as toon characters. { ft the t'lrrn! t lit t.
Richard Toddis .
livestock. ".
be from By Marian L. Crosby, Ii'r '
protected Mr. and Mrs. James Drew announce : his share of the the -
seen as the hero while a new l u ; i ZENITH
this material please
To obtain I Mrs. Zula GriffisMrs. the birth of a son on City of Starke. The attorney also screen personality Joan Rice ha i t ." 4i
A. Brown. Conservationist Ii, I:
contact George Tuesday Dec. 2, in Alachua General said that the City would pledge the role of Maid NOTICE TO .IPHKUt
Marian. II. Circuit
at 119 Call St., before I Zula G. Griffis 67. of i Court. IlrnJIurU inino. RADIO
I Hospital. j: to the purchasers of the revenue i I Florida: la Chnarrrr .
December 13. Orders for this 8100 Morgan AVP., Jacksonville !I i ,, Made on location in England, Slanhl"ar.Jz.J,'. I"! ,
-- I IIr. |[ certificates certain of .
I I. revenues Jo.iphinti.ml: -z -\\ -U. I I'' '.
material must be placed on or before died Xov. 28 in a Jacksonvillehospital the film ranges from the excit- and
i and Mrs. Glenn L. Connerare the City to insure payment of the i'i \
this date. after a long illness. She ment of the shooting contests at >o lre To Appear.To .
certificates.The .
the happy parents of a son. .
: Jo>->-pliii I'I i
when the Sales(
the wife of Griffis of Nottingham local for Television
This \-arnished each was Joseph [ Glenn Leonard Jr.. born Nov. win-- i.--uleni- :t'1\1 .d! -- 'I.It'I.I1" I.
I Council members stated esters demonstrate their skin with .. ,
the Game & Fresh Water Jacksonville and a sister of Mrs. I Turiip> F iN. > and
by Service
year ,20 Alachua General
Hospital. that .
although the City would like V
Fish Commission to Bradford SCD Emma Bryant of Starke. |I Mrs. Conner is the former Marian for the long bow, to the merry antn<; Y : .i-: I I.. it-l.v i I."t;: .. .1 I tv...t a
I 'I property owners to pay up of the .' ------------ ,
Funeral services were held at' lovely heroine. t. ; rI' ---------------------------- -
and I will gladly assist .
cooperators McRae, daughter of Mr and Mrs. their share of the paving cost \ .
in utilizing 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon at Among the breath-t.-ikir.sr- '. 224 :\
anyone interested McRae.Stevenson. i : Again- .\ nth' Temple Avc.
I i: Barney promptly, in cases where it was ::il,,: .. ; ;; .. Rhone 1 t IIIi
this material iu providing the graveside in Dyal Cemetery. j I quences are King Richards departure \ i I' >nrt .i"'l. i i!"ii\
desired extended terms would be you are niiur1 t"< i :
for the Crusades as hiF \ 'i'!' :an-wi./ r i.i. -' 1 ST.\UhE. FLORIDA
GpGC+OGb %Sehe3 V ooSG' :: Recognized | granted. The city charter provides troops gathered around him. are I','" p' ,,'

!i for a maximum limit of ten blessed by the church before theunfurl "\ J ---------------------------- -------- ,---- -

TT S. Senator Richard B. Russell years for the payment of such ,, .
:alit'! : ,
the banners which antt' K It --=> = U"' 1 1. _
of Georgia has recognized lions. : "I
PRE CHRISTMAS SALE meet with defeat at the handy "f! .
-"-" '- ---
Governor Adlai Stevenson as Represented at the meeting the Saracens.

titular ht'ad of the Democratic :
Tuesday night were property:

Party but said that Democratic owners along Water. Lafayette Vast production scenes nun;;li

ONE RACK I with fascinating details of life FLORIDA THEATRE
ONE RACK policy-making in the next four Orange Bay Lake and Eighth
OF it was I lived by the merne bandof
years will be established in Con- ; Streets who all signified their de-

OF 1 gress. sire to have these streets paved. deadly bowmen to make the

CORDUROYJACKETS I 1I0"1'1T.LlHnsIOSS: Council Judge Adkins designate suggested the streets that the tc season's"Story of most Robinhood"exciting one films of the' 3 BIG DAYS WED. THURS. &FRI. DEC. 10 11 12

i j The following]) patients have ,
I' be and set ... .
a -
SILK specific -
been admitted to Doctor's Clinic up MKMOKIA.M: : 11II><1 r ."! .tIJ6'W'l.. &iIf.'ifi tr
i in order that
program the

Mrs.Hospital John during F. Clardy the Zephyrhills past week:; I on the named streets would people be Our heads are bowed in sorrow The "greate'St love story you have ever seen !

Mrs. M. G. Rankin, Daytona I familiar with the plan. The Council our hearts are filled with .. .. i'I' "'*, ,..-
i I agreed to this suggestion. for ., ,,, '>. ., .,
$1'00 $100VP Beach; Mrs. Annie F. Lanier, Bar- pain the blessed soul who's : < ''t" f}' <'",
I L. H. Gibson .
bara Jean Kite and Mrs. J. N. : discussed what he ]left us never to return. I t. :' ,

Elder all of Starke. described as "deplorably unsani On an iceberg in Alaska where !; ;: .

TO $29.50 VALUE BLOUSES AND SKIRTS I tary" conditions existing on West chill winds ever blow, the death I GREGORY PECK. / i ::

Street due
to the lackof ;
I angel found our darling in a bed .'. t : ''t.-> ""- .
1; -
w. c. r. u. sewer facilities. The Council of ice and snow. i .., ,<..
: stated that this problem was of .'j'> ,
Oh. so good and so fair and I f "
i y
first priority the '
on proposed -
program l. o>'
handsome was the face
THINKS HK HAS .\ CLKAI: we kissed I '$>
of :. I
improvements.J : goodbye. Now he's one of God's t'. ,ei, i. : I
AND SUITS I| CONSCIENCE HAS ONLY .\ M. Edwards advised the x Y ,. :,... is. ., I
rare jewels in that home
| >
Council that in his Subdivision on the .
(THE: CHRISTIAN LEAG'FB'LLL"TIN. Alton Road he had had the stumps His
loved ones' hearts are I ;
. .) and trees cleared from the rightof broken to hear his U
footstepsnever >
i I of certain streets I .
HALF PRICE way designated more but one day they'll i ; .

r and that lie would like for the walk t
rejoicing I
I i together on '

City to have these streets graded Heaven's shore. I .;t i< f'..'
DAE1iLC at The Council that '>
once. agreed '
-_ I t tc ; i ,
FL': this matter would have immediate )
LEILA'S DRESS SHOP TARKE attention Written in memory of Robert I ," AJGARDHER!. :'

; Owen son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil : t. .<,<, +', ,)

A I Fri. Sat. Dec. 5 6 The Clerk wa instructed to Owen of Starke. who was aboard !! \:-\. ", \. ,
$ A
STARKE FLA. i i contact the Hughes Supply Co. ofGainesville the Globemaster C121 I ?'.,!'' ' \"\," _,,__ f.,....#....,..,,,'. "., t
DOUBLE FEATURE transportthat .
,- for specifications necessary crashed into a mountain I' ,i .. >. "/...,.. ':-. '"<>> '' 1

voW W PavoGaalgcvC S W I for the pouring of founda- peak near Anchorage Alaska on ERNEST HEMINGWAY'S

ABOUT FACE tions for new street lights on N 22 I Iov.
killing the 52 persons'
II Temple Avenue. aboard. SNOWS oj 1

I IN TECHNICOLORWith The Council agreed to purchasefrom I .IMA1fjArtO

-- 0 Gordon McCrae and Eddie 20.
the Hardy Brothers Motor siii GILXDR MI n.rn I ........"
I Bracken' I ("0. four 7:50x29-10: ply tires and HILDEGARDE NEFF-iioc caesouaoamTHATCHER TECHNICOLOR

.. .
The fifth F HXH', '
tubes at a cost of $4724 each. grade Bradford
deenugus bulb have ... furnished on Kingsley Lake II E. Elementary school finished organizing .

tented for T.H. and Hang and .l'1\\ Plotta. Kt Starke. Itp I a 4-H Club Tuesday. The --rt1"M! .-: .ru'U! ttmII .,. r I/V'__J.'II"-" -.)
clean Have been Mint fur LAWMANWith Let us keep ChristCHRISTmas
yard fever J. 11 White State FOUND-Medium size brown dog. following officers were elected:
Farm road, lit 2, pox 73, Starke' Owner can have it by paying for Johnny :Mack Bnmn and in Barbara Biggs president; Linda (All Day) 25c Including All Taxes

Kla. 2t 12/121 1 *thin. 2 ad. Box and 42.board Starke.Jack Uussell.Rt. Itp, JIntmy Ellison Kay Sale secretary; Mary Noegeland I'' STUDENT (All Day) 50c Including All Taxes

CIVIC CMIl.'S:call: 3H-J Churches for Santa or Social 1'IauNcervlceN | FOIl UEXT-On Ki-igsley Lake. 7 Also 'hap.) 8 Serial and Cartoon Margaret Phillips song lead- ADULTS (To 6 P.M.) 75c

Oniupx-,-or write Kox 541, or contact I room house, furnished gas heal Greeting Cards ers. The girls learned the 4-H Including All Taxes

Chamber. of Commerce )lip hot water one room.2 garages Wall Owner 1342: : Cary reserves Sun., :Mon. Dec. i, STilE Gift Wrappings pledge! and National 4-H GnlScr.g. ]- ADULTS (After 6 P.M.) $1.00 Including All Taxes

St.; Jacksonville 7. "Fla. ItchffFOU
1)UV OAK fireplai-e, wood for sale Books for Childrenand Miss ---
STORY OF ; Ross home demonstrationagtnt -- -
$15 big truck load 1'hoiie 215- -- !flT.- _
per .
UEXT:: -Partially furnishedapartment
J. 1h'hg close m Mr-. .1. Crown; Ups explained that the grls auto ..A

Thormiuest 403 S Thompson $1. ROBIN HOOD Song and Chorus Books make two towels She helped
Jt\\\IU-"r information leadIng I
to the recovery if "Frit. tllI'u.n.u Novelties and cu: them and hem them The

brow Dachshund di>g. !i.sap- ";\ : : MIT.ltMIIIKKT IN TECHNICO.LORA :.Many other items thatill rr:'t mecfr.g: wil!! be held ir1 two
}I..ar..dUlllld)', Nov. %::1. lleiueilA. IIIM: \\' \vrti: Walt T Disney Action feature weeks. Mills
ireen.. I.ox U, Starke. UpKOIl WELL 1'\\'IXO. permanent jobs solve jour Christmas !shopping) ) ; Food Market
now open. in Lovrlt'Super Maikets Also Cartoon and N>v\s
S.tLE-l7irls. Pu-ycle. Rood con for experienced grocerv. \\itli a IIIKISTIVN
dition. May be ceeii at :-;llIrkl'Bulld..l' meat and produce menfood! hours IJ1I'II.IS4sParkOfThePalms::
s Supply ItthgKOIl good working, conditions, I'ald'a- Tuesday,, Dec. 9 ONLYThe : NOTICE
| ,cations retirement pension plan
la\oT-X.\\I decoiated downstairs insurance... and other benefits
apartment electric refriueiator Jive age experience, other details HUNCHBACKOf Is hereby ghrn that application 401 Call Street Darby Building
private bath and lights.Prtt.te in writing to
entrance, $::a per month II. i.. \Mmi : NOTRE DAMEWith (Book Store and Gift Shop \\as made on the 30th day

:311 Washington.._IUIK! \\ \\ .\ I.OMMT: l..iixiio.: Route 100 of October 1952) l h HieVstern Free
limner II. "r.t Ira)' !MnllonJiickoonv ('hal.It... taughton Kfjstoiie HeightsoHn I'nion > Plenty Parking VIe Deliver
1YAITRKSSY.1NTEl.lpply: KlU.inclio Ille. Kin. daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Telegraph Company

Uet.taur.fit._ItchgKOIl -\1.80- the Federal Communications
e\<-ept Sun.layPIANOS -
MAKE $:>(1> AND I'P "everv week.
SA1.K-I uo-Therm lI..al..1'"lIh Full or .part time. Take ordersnu'rI.t Commission to dose thi. of

...1"11'1.fall and' copper' tuo- ...; .-\ > Urjrsi ,...II mlt. nationally IN PERSONA .. fice. If the application 1-i
iiiK I'srd one winter $fiU cash SeeMrs advertised; LlyriD .FEUTll.IZEIl : ,-.
Kills Thornton al Lo\ett's N'> investnuntriie granted, substitute service still

_UpKOI .":a ('hul'" Plain. .Food Cuwpany. ho axailahle from 8:30 .\.'1. to Juicy; Doz
!1.-it Xlfiiio.' :St( Mari'.n, ihu. ORANGES E S flC
: J.I'I"hdj tlant, UloriaUesistant ::1' !i. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT 8 1'1.Iuuda: : through Saturday -
Mid-Season I : Itounnd
and from 0 I A.M.: to 11 \.M.:
Dutch Uesistant Copenhagen and. :NEW SHIPMENT: :
Marion Mkt Salles Plant'<>. I'hon. I an,1| 3:30: ".:\1. to ;')::JO I'.M.: 011Sund.i
867 1''''', or 766 office Moultrie MATTRESSES I JUST .\HHIYEBWl' .
Karintis MarketSlarke I I )" at the K<>< h Drug
Ca: or conUit I
ItprilKISTMAS OF ALL KINDS Store located at corner of Call Sweet Doz
-- -- Have
RENOVATED Largest Stock of j
; : : ,'Ol'KEIHurr.: red Fine Pianos in Central Streets (aine location

or black puppies Small deposit .. a. our present office*1.Any
holds selection! until Xma Mrs. w s Florida
Mary Fox, III 2. liox 46, (Jainesille. I member of the public desiring

\ :J miles South of I'nhtTMty to protest or mipport the
Campus on Route 441. Jtp: 12 20 e NEW AND USED
closing of this office
may coiimunicale -
TIItIl;tll'CJII.Y: Experienced stenographer FURNITUREKeupholsteml Fully Reconditioned in truing \\ith the
desires part or full time I :

employment as stenographer and 1 1 Easy Terms Free DelUery Federal. Communications ( om- U. S. GOOD

vecretary or t'l'"I. Available. immediately Refinished i nli-.ton, Washington 25, I). C. fl c
Mrs. Sue S Albritton .
i HUIOLI'IIVILLL11S: on or l>.'fore December 26,
322: : Fast \Udison\ St ItpKOII
1L\STIXGS MATTRESS CO. Eta. w PIANO ('0. 192.. 122t12 Chuck Lb
SALF-Sixty hens, pullet. and Box 230 Palatka, Fla. M ; ROAST
fry ern. See t'. K. Pram, lit 2. 1a Marion Street. South BEEf
liox 62-H. Starke ItpKOIl
I { Lake City, Fla. OTHi:: TO .tPPRlll :

11KXT: -Desirable 3 mom fur-I LET J. I) ODOM. JR. ; In rirrull ('ourt. 11 mil ford Coon(,. I
nished apartment electric kitchen, !, 1I\'IU\OIU Florida In f'hnnrrrjr.
new Duro-Thernt heater Mrs 'i (,_\TrI..: .%M) HOGS! I I .'. Ih": MilliK.in I'1 All Meat Lb )
Carl \\'>'nn. take left dirt -Stl.ES.. :M r .t'i! I. :MilliKan. i j'd.rol'! i "
Call St. bridge, I mile to .lpart.I I.Itellak lj -\\ednr.dn7 1' l< '.1" \ ', .4: BOLOGNA (
ment sign tfohitFOU _i:.lt.e-,lll<- .:..... Friday t x I Notice"' Tpnrnr*
i :MiH.m: 1! Mill'K.tn \t' >..-
IlKXT-liooa business building PROTECT YOUR SECURITIES ,' GASOLInE I "GOSSIP I 1 1'1-, and ;1111'10' i I. I''J' r < ,
33' Temple A\e on Highway 301 < Fireproof Protecto Security Box, Rttw ,. \ '. 'ii.- .\.|>ai tint-lit '::1. .\-f-! 'c
Mrs Maude Mott, same address] beautiful, large, hE'aduty steel \- '\\ J. r.. > d
or rear of building. 4tp 12/27 box. 11025 plus tax. Bradford Y'' 'j are hereby nmifd: that a

WE KKPAIIl any small .Electrical County Telegraph_tf ; By "Shorty"c -j t I-f ..r r.-i. CALIF

Appliances or lUi1tos New and has Ic-i.n filed against "
FOR THE BVDGET- t1XDIoD Bride y..u 'h>-
uxed radios and appliances for above named Court
-100 Engraved'edding Invitations and i .1 J-t and
Kale Weeks II..trit'alNlltanl'1' on fine k > u are required to stra 'if
BpI'ah' TH Court St.. 4tp 12 12 .nl.. 11695! rag-r..ntrnt Bradford County paper ur answer" or pleading t. 'h.. Tall Can 19cBEEF
Telegraph tf Complaint on the I'laintiff JACK MACKERAL
FOR UEXT-Three room "nttagf'l Attorney T Frank IaStarke ,!jr .,
with shower. J T Quiglev RADIOS REPAIRED st.LASH Florida
I I land file the original in 'h.off'e
N TF.n-Gradu8tt' nurse orlicensed All Make All Model (of the Clerk of the Cir( j.t (t''urt
practical for general Itenionable rharKe imarciteed II "n or before the -
duty Doctor's Clinic Hospital CH*''. C. SHKPIIKKl) LA RUEAnd II 5 day of January !li! i .
301 W. Call St., Starke Kla. If rot \\'. Call !Ot. !Starke Pfc. 23t' ..therwiee the allrKdiioiix r.raid!
Complaint will be taken a!' c 'n-
FOR RENT:: .,. I teased .
FOR SALE S" x S" x 16" Concrete -Large completely furnished His by: ycu.Thla
Block ISc each. Plenty of house Keystone Heights notice shall vj e published
on Brooklyn Lake Electric NEW WESTERN REVUEON I nce each week for four Fresh Ground Lb
Mortar :Mix\ and Cement Bradford stove .. ronsei[ ve
Engineering Company Phone and refrigerator Phone 33933 -_ I '4..W .-,." < ks in the Bradford'-.uniy. T..I.-l F C
tf Jacksonville or write Mr Thrower. graph.
J4 l Box 3211 Jacksonville Fla. THE STAGEAdm. e Got Him Right Out of .Dated, this: ; d.iI' \ .' ;1.. r.

,..'ttal/.I tf.-hg
FOIL ntXT-'urn l \ ,' T' '. -
three rooms and bath with yard. "'(In UEXT-Office. hUlldlnKn Clerk of the '.rn .. ,
Also three and four room apartment ,. .r_
Temple Avenue near Bus Station fy Marian L Crosby F>" -
close ni. desirable location 1 also! !jt-nmm i*,.ttaire J. T (JuiglevTURKEYS Also! Cartoon and sets l i.: ", t. : .'iKOTICE ; Lb
All modern convenience Fri..ndlttitud(' is "Down
'. Starke. tf"" I' PAN SAUSAGE
201 \\ Madison. ; '
RE..DY-Come tcOpal's Wed., Thur. Dec. 10. 11 To Earth" but we do g \t'L'Ik"rt In Inuit Cnnrt.TO Bradford APPEAR
( rnuine l.dl. Fontiu.a.tzil.i Turkey Farm Florahome ; Caait7
DOUBLE Florida In .
: t- Fla. for nice Srnice. . .
a young turkey for. f J'.y Kf: t. I' '
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'> uth Pa!=edena. Calif. tf Met
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tlteiationx.P- Ire reasonable. Mrs. Everett ft 5 LB.
I'ittrott. 14 mirfrom Starkeon '1AUAOE Bl'NGALOW for RENT' OF A KIND l..A. .. lulu flue' of 1W
:bedroom! modern tile bath. .
Lake ItutKr High\\a) 12,26F1' central heating air c,"I"d.l F''vthing With K.lmond O'Brien and ,..
6p Kaiser Frazer
furnished except liner.-
Living ro#m. dinette kifohen.runtrv LJzabeth Scott
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; Bradford County Second Section Telegraph 'Tornadoes End Season With 41 26 Victory

STARKE, FLORIDA FKIUAY. DECEMBER: 5, 1958: Over Lake Butler At Homecoming Here

Their Last Game

They've Played Tne hardworking Bradford Tornadoes e'.ostd: out their 1052 .>ea>on Tlunik>jrin.!l'.

administering a decisive 41-26 victory over nMirhbr.rinir. I Lake: Dutk-r before -d t''

7 Won 3 LostThe of Homecoming fans.

For Bradford HighTen ; The final victory gave BITS a 7-3 record! tor, the staMn 1 and, being\ ',1'1', '

bout with the Union County High Tigers, the Tornadoes! ran up their h\. 1 ;

I :season in any game.

Ten members of the 1952!); Torrudoe* football !squad played their last game : Tornadoes of Biadfoj.l High mage in 3S8 plays for 5.77 yds. ..,
Memorial stadium was packedto from 1 out. Their for exI'I "'H" "
yd. '
,i try 'o':
here night. ) ;
Lake Butler Edwin Prevail the
Homecoming \'idOl.o'er. finished out another good season per try. was
for Bradford High in the the rafters for this traditional tra was no The To1 .
point good. Ir. T' ? I. .
Tornadoes who have given their best with a 7-3 record. This'ear's'. \ workhorse of the team, running
Nov 26. Pictured below are these ten graduitmg I encounter and reached nadoes ..,
football team was a high scoring outfit from left halfback. He ran fur gate receipts then marched 70 yds. for -' '" ,U h "i ul;, '
to put the Tornadoes through another succes.ful season.EDWIN an all-time high of $1229. their first score, Prevatt going V :" -" 1111..1' ;" ,
and was going in high gear as the' 850 yds. in 133 tries for 6.46 yds. I )u'wt. i 1-
,. ..,, I Colorful between-halves demon- the last yd. Ronald Patray booted .. .et'11'! ,
in Ket-
V1 1 season ended. The BUS griddersj per try 9 games. Against ::'
,, + ; a4t } amassed a total of 223 points I terlinus he was injured and only strations were staged by the pur- his first of 4 extra points. to give I but r"It'lI"j l e ,

J against 108 for their opponents.In ran the ball 13 times gainst Lake, ple and gold uniformed band of the Tornadoes a 7-6 lead at the the ha ; and hi':,! he

,JAtt comparison the '51 team had a' Butler i, Union High and the scarlet and end of the 1st quarter i the ground

f 101jtfl' .. 1 1'f 7-2-1 record. scored 133 points I Delano Thomas, always a strong white clad band of BHS.Bradford's Lake Butler's Brannen, a smooth Lake Butlei! s T ., -, sho,' .

} : against 111 for their opponents. safety man, ran the ball 23 times 6 touchdowns came working quarterback on 1st play lot of spirit ,,1:1: 1 i eat .
ff\\', ,, ...:
I "" .......r .''!'' Ten members of the squad for 260 yds. in 8 games for a 9.29 i j on touchdown passes and 3 in the second quarter threw a back as they took over in tVi
# ?z ? '1"-- graduate next June, 5 backneld yds. per try. from scrimmage. Delano Thomas 20 yd. pass to Whitehead who ran period. From their own <'
and 5 linemen. Coach Hobbsi: Glenn I Norman, who\ received 2 passes from Sidney
: ; men (Shorty ,,40 more yds. for another score. I line they marched for th\:r '
a s will have a nucleus of about a I| took over in Prevatt's spot, endedup I Jackson for touchdowns and Ver- Whitehead kicked the extra pointto I score Ronnie Kite going tin. .

Jr t Yrm dozen lettermen to work with plusj\ with a 6.62 yd. per try inI|I non Teston tallied on a pass from take a 13-7 lead. 2 yds. Later in the 4th quf-
the boys coming up from the "B" gaining 278 yds. in 42 tries in 10I Glenn Norman. Sidney Jackson, a'ter .
I The Tornadoes were not daunted recovering a BITS f.;:;; '
who were undefeated in 4' played his best offensive game of
squad games. i I Bnmnen passed to White--.. oi*
and busted
though the wide
games. I Bradford's passing game only the season racking up 101 yds. game again for their last tou.'h.i.\!. '
j't Ten men scored for the Tornadoes I came to be effective about halfway from scrimmage and scoring once. open during the remainder of the the 30 \\i}
play covering yds
2nd with 21 Jack-
-, Edwin Prevail leading of the season. Norman completed ]i Glenn Norman: ran 32 yds. for a period points. head converted to leave the s. ?
with 14 T.D.'s and 84 points. : 17 for 329 yds. and 3 touch-! score and Edwin Prevatt scored son scored from 9 yds. out to

L Thomas scored 8 touchdowns for downs. Jackson completed 6 for I once, being injured on the play climax a 65 yd. drive. Thomas 41-26.

: 48 pts; Shaw 3 for 18 pts.; Patray! 135 yds. and 3 touchdowns. Prevail -, and just getting to'carry the ball took a 7 yd. pass from Jackson Statistics
s 'I 54 and' 5 times and Vernon Teston scored on a III I. Vter
16 extra points; Vernon Teston completed 1 for yds. during the entire game.
2 touchdowns and 2, touchdown, and Martin completed -I 21 yd. pitch from Norman. Pat-
A 14 pts. on a Delano Thomas set the stands 1st. Downs IT 1 '
extra points; McGee 2 touchdownsand 3 for 19 yds; a total of 537 yds. in an uproar by taking the opening ray booted 2 more points and Nor- Y d3. from Scrimmage 263 1"+ I

'a-- --- -- ---I 1 extra pt. for 13 pts.; Norman'' passing. I i I kickoff and racing 92 yds. fora man passed to McGee for the 4th Yds. from Passing 10. 1 ,ti
OCIE McGEE, end, AARON IIUTCIIINSON. 167- to give the Tornadoes a 28-13
PREVATT touchdowns for 12 Martin
166-pound pts.; Vernon Teston led the receiver:: score only to have the touchdown Total Yards :Vd
Tornado back, took high scoring played exceptionally good ball all pound tackle, assisted in many a !'ackson and Douglas each scored with 11 catches tor 206 yards; I nullified by a clipping pen- halftime lead. Passes 36HP 1

honors for the season, with a total Mason both on offense and defense. Tornado touchdown by his outstanding me touchdown. Seven of the" Delano Thomas 7 for 153 yards, i alty. The Tigers from Lake Butler In the 3rd period, Bradford Passes Complete r. I

of 84 points to his credit. blocking performance. I touchdowns came on passes; 26 Ocie McGee 6 for 105 yards; Gene i lost no time in scoring once they I still held Lake Butler scorelessand Passes Intercepte I 1 I
from scrimmage; 1 from recovery Shaw 1 for 54 yards; Arnold Smith 'came in possession of the ball. still to the 5 first downs they Fumbles :) I

I of a fumbled ball over the goal 1 for 11 yards; Zack Crawford got 'Starting on their own 44, White- made in the 1st quarter while the Fumbles Lost 3: -

against Leesburg, and 19 extra pts. I 8 yards on a pass, the pass in- head and<
were made. i II' t "ded *'rr another man but nit by the Tornado goal with Whitehead \ fashion for :2 more scores. Glenn Punts 3

C Delano Thomas got the Tor- the opposition making him eligible going\ o\et I t.u'i the scot Norman broke off tackle and I Punting average 52: :, I
: nadoes out of some dangerous i ; to receive the ball.
noles with his terrific punting. I Jo'ltll"illwhprf' he received\ .1 I >1tttee ,
!' Twenty'eight passes were in- McCarty To Be First Non-Lawyer I
In 5 games he punted 18 times for'I complete. EllS intercepted 9 i.i agriculture in 11'.l: I I H;

ues th' amazing average of 46 yds. j Governor was class president and .I\uk!
enemy passes and had 9 of their Of Florida In 40 Years
1 His longest boot was for 71 )'d.i. j own intercepted.The i body vice president.Out .

against Green Cove and he booted,' of college, he soon u i 1-
....,. Tornadoes fumbled 21 times r.iii JM.nty. 0-jear-old .':It- more efficiency strict enforcement -
a 61 yd. punt against Lake Butler.I member of the State LeejO I HI"
re- I lost 16if them and recovered 17 P'man1101 alms grower who of 1.ivrc against gambling,
Edwin Pievatt, took over the punt- i I In 1941 lit'h l 11 Miimiit '
I of the opponents' fumbles. Penalties I t.I"I"* over as Qoverom of Floii- p ciiiui1' oil, ii' ImllJ.tlyI\ iigrieultuie I
inj): choirs m 4 games and booted speaker of the l-l l \ i I'j!'i I HousiMitory. -
were 405 yds. against the da next January, wi-n'i\ he a ;11111 husi'ie '''
J 12! !rimes for a 34 yd. average III .
:.. ; 'ht' St Lea" tame the Tornadoes Tornadoes, and J'Jo; against opoon- !\ "headline hunter" Iluringhis He sums up his objective this ,
ents. tenure of office. w.;i\ : His pout'.il I i ::1',1 i ass :ml 1
\\'''!'< not furred to punt at all. I ,
i Siive the Democratic'm"iinilion runted then i UM : Iii; s? \ i '
winning "
In 10 games the Tornado, The l.-t downs were 108 against: 1t is nay aim to conduct the
last spring that meant 1 in the A rim H, ". in .1 t ;it">
: fairs-! of goxorment in Florida
raked. up 2,239 yd' from lTim- 86 for the opposition.
certain election! he bas spentmost i lieutenant r::1"11.. ?'i'i t uloin" 1 lice "
i i in a round pt'O rt'Ni\'e, busine
I of his time quietly at his liUe nianiu" striving to develop i, lank ilu\! ii' v' a .n,,'l I !I.

DELANO THOMAS, fleet-footed GENE SHAW, lightweight hack, KARLLVAUE7, hefty linesman Five Sets Of Brothers Are ServingIn !'o'rin Ft. Pierce. I to tile fullest Florida's great natu'al I' rope
Tornado back, was the squad's contributed to the successful Tornado \\All-Conference honors last Since winning the Democratic resources so that Florida lie tit .! I" \"an'1!1,1!

standout as safety man and punt season by good line-backing. I I 'ear. In season just closed was National Guard UnitI \ He'll be the first nonlawyer a'ill be universally recognized as :I in HMh but v ,1.i t I. i 1 h>\ n"' :

*r. 'alwajs where needed. Local governor in 40 years and the first I he outstanding; state for health- rumbent Fuilet \\ 'I' n. M] < c.n', : .,
I in many years who won't be fared fill wholesome, Christian living." kept his campatf,' Hpairi'i': : \ ,u
I I ,- me five sets of brothers liUJid.nnan leceixes will be of the with a critical finance problem. I McCarty, like most of the intact, added to it and I wmi t tl I ,f
the locil National Guard unit. '
>L i-i most value to him in aru emei- i :\Irt t < l f iiis campaign 1'1"lg" ; '{ ite ; other lop ;-nyr1'niilcgtaiI'2v't \cu;

ibf Karh of them follows a different ger.i'and it he decuii s '? ente.\ : "I"i h ? i i.1..!! i'o new Hxciei,>1- f : 'S, ?dt Ills s) |l t !1(1 Ohl "lent!\ '1'1; f ,iit\s, \ Ii,i\i t I' ,
+'a ff vocation in civilian life, but join I'I'I a biaiii of t th.,' : etulaien. ., ''I i t (.'''i 1 i.1 ;":'"\1'1'11I'11' to, LI: ; hmlv polH'i\ s ::1' the'!, 1'I", i n\ (.'' !I" ?hlt.,| II
i together each Monday night for

:i1 yi 1i. 'Guard training. They are: II I-
FI. ,. t I Pgt. Gninvil Dan Priest and Sgt.

William Van Priest sons of lr'l

1erof and Mrs Clyde G. Priest of ANNOUNCINGNwBOflGEij'iRO
Dan Pri'st is squad leader of the

L I. Intelligent Section which trains

in .fiiutinf/:. patrolling, map reading -
questioning prisoners
a \ III P-iibt is the Battalion Ser-

g, rfi-t Major His duties are tow

.,rk with the personnel officernd

,< to handle administrative and

personnel matters.
A Winkler and pie
I Sgt. George
Kdwaul i: A. \Vmklrr. sons of Mr. '
atv >
and Mrs. E. A. Winkler of Starke. ,. 6'

(;,'ol'ge is the chief radio mechanic ahead f ?
LR.1ND.ILL in the unit and is at present at- \ if

tuHhng Leadership School at Ft. Year C t.Jl -

Brining Ga. Edward, who is a

LILLY WELDON, offensive center cook for the unit, plans to attenU fea I W(t
MARTIN Tornado I El TESTON, husky Tornado School after the ; GW
l'o..ki & Bakers h
marched his will leave a record of making h
quarterbackho turk, turned in a dependable defenshe school u over
of high
team to another good season in good snaps all season in 1952.; performance as his share pi i-Pfc.,;ent Lemuel term S. Williams, Jr. and NEW! More powerful engines!

1952. of the 195'J grind. pvt. James F. Williams, sons of !; 7 hit engines with high horsepower

and Mrs. Lemuel S. Williamsof and high compression
radiooperator I i / riiios, :$ of them hrand-m-w.
Lemuel is a chief
Fire Chief Tells tei for the purpose of securing: Starke.and James serves in the f, ,r' Q { S ""
n r di plntement, twin iarti.n -
unds for the completion of the"f'n''r's
How To Avoid message: : center section:: i iur- iv.ulable on larrrrt
water system. and Pfc
Sgt.I Robert B. Crosby
Yule Fire HazardsFire Those: attending: were: Mrs. Ern- Bobby L. Crosby, ons of Mr. and

."t Edwards Mrs. L. A. Mott Mrs C. C. Crosby of Starke. Both t

Chief D.V.. Carpenter 6' Mr Howard Douglas Mrs Tom of these boys are' cooks in the unit I

warns that combustible Christmas Markev. Mrs. Aubrey Hazen. Mrs. Robert has attended three summer I 1. i

H-ovaUoi's mti educe serious fire VJ''f1i'1t "hsrles Rnberson. Mrs A. Miller encampments and Bobby has n-a-U

h mh during: the current sl'ason'i : Mrs. Bill Coram. Mrs Earl Green, -

n.l a It- UTal cit i'.t'ns to take ex- ; ..4I' \ Mrs Rulnh Hazen, Mrs GeorgeDa'is one.Wan ant Officer A. L. 'reh> 'I r a 1
1 -i pfi-autions to avoid turningI' : : >n-
Mrs. J. W. Thomas and Jr. and Pvt. Lamar RCrosb; "-
Muuy I'Iwinto grief and traged I I -...' ,1"." hostess, Mrs. II. S. Anderson. of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cro-by -'

I T r\-t. and Mrs. Reed E. Lewis. rraoker and Starke. WO CiosKH "

Chief; Carpenter recalled last .. ?' Louisville Ky. arrived last the unit administrator of th ,

( :11"8' tragic Christmas fire in -""" 'r"i'r to spend several day local Guard, and Lamar. who re ,
Tijuana Baja, Calif., when 31 died NEW! Truck o mattc
k with their parents. Mr. and Mrs Gently joined, is attending hi-1.1 -
and 93 were injured in fire re I.H'K' Transmission!
a assigned as '
E C Lewis of Starke. and Mr. school and is
sulting from a biasing Christmas 'M I Mrs. C. L. Atkinson. Pvt. operator in the unit. :ww Truck-o-matic tran1I"ion -

tree at the annual charity party T e'vio WPS enroute from Ft. Knox Col. T. K. McClane Jr Battalion with gyml I flU. i i ..
for and children.To Abelieve \ available "\ -
orphans poor Commander, state. that t tllI\l' on
I Kto Seattle Wash. Mrs. Lewis 1 ..
prevent a similar disaster: in established sum.. "
have "
nhi'1s: to make her home with her we "
Bradford County the Fire Chief L'0n11y CKEttS, hefty 187-pound nart'nh here for the next few sort of record in having five sets'of .u'5> :o.

urges that the followingf'ty: tackle, was a dependable bulwark brothers in the Staike unit. 1 I..
rules be observed by persons on in the middle of the Tornado line. The "Musical Betts" will render would like to urge all young men out of snow, mud and sand.

organization holding parties at '\ musical Program at the Brooker in Starke and Bradford County to
home, schcol or church: discuss the advantages of belonging -
Raptist Church Fridav. Dec. 5th .
1.. IVm't locate the Christmas VTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBROOKER with % '
to the National Guard .1 NEW! Long Life! > 'f"a,
st 7:30: p.m. There will be no admission -
tree near any stairway or elevator ; charge but an offering local Guard officers befoh' they I Super-safe / More( depi' ndifoN-! f ,
shaft whichould provide a IS 1-2 of age. If a brakes! lhaneverTnuhneue :
wilt he taken. The public is cordi- are over / ? : '
draft ally invited to hear them. man enlists before he is 18 1-2 he iprr-saff l fr'- ry "! ior in pi irk up ,i/i'i t
2 The tree should not block serve with the 111011)odlf.- rrt i
a continue smooth -
Grace G. Kigham may r'tr stupAMtn
Miss: Linda Gayle Green had asher f Y .
door or any exits. National Guard continue his I going forward -'r .:'ned prop* ll --h.ift:t
house: guest over the holidays.
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&& .u..u.uuuu.The & business, ana not oe or hacking with less < "nter u
An Inspection of the tree schooling or -
her cousin Ann Vickery. of '!1outing. l"njI'r( ....-,. _: rnl'w ,
should be made by someone in authority Ladies Auxiliary met at the Gainesville.Mr. called by Selective Service as" Ion;, NEW Economy! jx'clal increased pressure: : : ..-i bearing life I Hodge _.- ---

to determine whether the home of Mrs H. S. Anderson on and Mrs. Ernest Edwardsand as he serves in the Guard. Higher compression ratios ability on stopping 1- trucks can take it'
tree has dried out to the that : November 24th. In ad.lmon to earning from $250to of
point Monday evening out .
son. Gene Mr and Mrs.,Earl : .squeeze top economy thru 2'.. -ton truck
it should be removed. The party rooms were decorated I Green and daughters. Shirley and' 5600 wr 'year the training a each drop of fuel im- NEW! Over 50 features!

4. Be sure plenty of ashtrays are j with seasonal flowers. I Linda Gayle were Thanksgiving :< ,/.oed cooling system gives 50 ways new! Heinforfed: cab construction -

provided for smokers. Don't allow ,, Tentative plans were made for dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. F. more efficient performance. From }/ -ivh through 4-tvn... larger exhaust system,eitra-capac-
smoking! near the Christmas tiee. I the auxiliary to help sponsor a M. Vickery Jr.. in Gainesville. \ Mrs. Bob Eno of Jacksonville Plus filtered crankcase ventilation ity radiators. Dodge-tint glass heatersoilbath
'I j I Mr. and Mrs. Don Long and dual fuel filters, there's one fofif I job'TRUCKS /I heat available.
5. Be sure that all decorations chicken pilau dinner Tuesday,1| We. the junior Bi hams. spent cleaners. your with stepped-up output
throughout the room have beenj I I Dec. 2nd at the Community Cen- the weekend dO"Dstate'isitinE' '! daughter. Diane, of Lakeland, Mrs. Plus moistureproof ignition, high-torque
I I capacity starting motors, and other
I : I relatives. John Chamberlain, I Mattair and daughter Reeda f tJ.t.
flameproofed. of Reed f .
| ihe new DODGE mffu K at your dMert..TNUK.! DEC. 4 features See your Dodge dealer today!
6. Avoid using net or gauze-like i Perth. Australia and London Eng- j of Gainesville, Mrs. :Norman Wagner .e ,
and 4 ounces of boric acid in a I
fabrics for dresses, costumes orchildren's fabric land, returned home with us for Miss Tessie and Barbara

clothes. Loosely woven gallon of water. Dip the hand, an extended visit.Outoftown ,j Wagner, of Gainesville I
Into this solution, wring by
fabrics easily catch fire I I HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR
7. It loosely woven costumes then hang to dry. This flameproofing guests joining in j|i I Thanksgiving dinner guests of
should method must be repeatedafter the Thanksgiving festivities at the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robersonwere
have to be .worn they II I
flameproofed with the following each laundering of the garment A. Miller home were: Charlie I Judge and Mrs Lipscomb 600 TEMPLE AVE. STARKE FLA. PHONE 69

solution: mix 9 ounces of, borax I Wagner of Augusta Ga., Mr. and of Jacksonville Beach.







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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTflMTTTTTMr I TTT and we got about the low. meal you're ready to get up and I Divorce l'v.rce, By Marian L Clo -by. Deputy Clerk I>ui ham. 1'1.I.nt.f, \ -. II
in the i Has been filed against you in the :hi< I'nn filrd against! you in the 11,14 41 1:: :. aMUICK .n.l hi> w it. .Mi.Jt. \\"!!,'
yield Countyabouttwo broiled
est go again: steak. weet ,
a O Live named Court and cause andou .ti- nanird Court and cause and .1..11'i-
hampers. But what we got I potatoes broccoli lettuce and tomato > are required to serve a copy it .11 are required to serve a cop of 1U _\"1'1-: \It :i" fc :\OTIC. TOf....., \u
j2FAR.MER'S will jour answer or pleading to the com- > .jr ..tnwtT or pleading t" the 1 1i In Circuit! Court II rail ford Count, 1I'1olda he Mate of Florida t.. I h.nd
were pretty, and they carry salad fresh milk. coffee
,, In Mildred \Vint. \ li'sUKUta .
paint on the Plaintiff's AttorneyA. inplamt on t hePlaintiffs : Chancery. aH \ \
F Yl us over until we dig potatoes in with real cream and mince pie J. Thomas Jr._ Starke. FU Attorney. T Frank Landrum | ,'rinan Kliil>tr, n.unuffs! Else i s ,\ (7,'..rBia, iali
/ D IA R and file the original in the office Marke, Florida KUil.tr. l. friul.uit ,,1 frailer Sale-:
We (home-made
the Spring. got just about mince meat Ife 'I
cf the Clerk of the Circuit Court on aid file the original in the office of Case X4. 94S1'tlp y"u :u. '
enough to pay for our feitilizer, were millionaires we couldn't buya or before the the Clt'rk'If the Circuit Court on >" To \pprar. 'tilt has b. ,:
hefon the To. Kl,..- KUil'trh<> -e nesi.lent-e 1 ..f i -
I :22! day of D" '-mher. 1952 or <.1 >
: By Sam McGarvey but we'll plant English peas there. : meal as good as that. On a farmat otherwise! the allegations of; said i 22 day .'f P.,... ml.,'r 1,2.; I i.and addre.i -' ;Xt-uhau Str .11\ . I .f'erwi.-e I uf said"taihluirg. StuttKait, G.-rm.lI.y. I'. ,1.UIl:
least eat. will ali.'galioiif > i
S S SOur you Complaint be taken as confessed !
The author wlU be glad to reccfve i ,' ..
4 I by "inplant will be taken as confess- S Zone 1 \\ ing di -
items of Interest concerning I small crop of broccoli looks S This notice you.shall be published!fed, l.y you You are hereby notified that a *'''uiity, 1'., '
I Television set is "tore these once each week for four consecntive i! This notice Btis.it ee published suit for Divorce has been filed i, x\v, .. \ '
of farmers in fine. The plants are and up" )
activities big ,
: the 3 strongand weeks the Bradford '|I once each week for four consecutive against you in the above named t \v. Bradford County. Suggestions may I ever so much better than the I j days and we are getting to bed a graph. in County Tele- 1 :
I to serve a of an- I: __
A lot graph. copy your
,: be left at the Telegraph office or t plants we had two years ago earlier and getting much more 152 Dated this IS day of November,, Dated thi!' 19 day of"t'mh..r.. swer or pleading to the complaint \ ,.t1 I

mailed to Sam McGaney, LawteywvVVVWVVVVVVYVYVVVYVVVVY, I when we got that terrible freeze !I needed sleep. And what a big (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. I 1'2tOFFICIAL:; i I I IMI the Plaintiff Attorney, 4.1' '
Thomas. T. Frank
SEAL) A. J Landrutn. t.lrh.FIIrida. 1 I
= difference it makes Clerk of the Circuit 4
just after Thanksgiving. We'll''i the next day. Court Clerk of the Circuit Court and file the original in tli' \ K -Jht. a-
E I i But we sure do miss the Cy Marian. L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. l I By Marian L. Ctosby Deputy Clerk office of the 'J..rk! of the Cm:..' SdilM -. -
YYTTTTTTTTTTTTTYYYTTTTT'-_-_ F. . . . . . fertilize them often and heavilyas enter 11 :21 4t 12: 12 I 11 :21 4t 12 12 I II <'.urt un or ui-fore the 15 day- f : ,. : '
tainment. I
they can really use it. Dusted I 1 (.-i'eiitht'r. 1'> >J.! otherwise the .u ft I! I '
Picked our first ripe berry a a sack. I them with Chbrdane. S S S MUM I: 10 XI'IT.Ul :NOTICK TO \rrn.\n :' legations tlf >aid l Complaint will i I"taken :i' trI .
9 In ( irruil Court. Bradford Count?, a- .nft''l'd by >ou. I ,! I ..I.1'I
before ThanksgivingDay. We heard In Circuit Court, IlradCuril CuuntYlChan..r !
few days only recently that '
This notice j'
I'litriifii: IIIhall.r) shalfc e publishedonce \\
While we did not have the Double cut the old Sedge Grass I our friend John Shuford has been liror: Puidolf "arl ..n. Plaintiff. j jo.lumt.us Florida In Plaintiffe,. Leah each week for four "onsecutlve i\' ...
;I Got our little cold frame back Edith; Carlsui Defer.dan. I Hler weeks In the Bradford County TeleI I It 1 is I Ml I. 1 ,
field and we are now ready to laid for !' SellerPtfendant. i iI ii ,
first in the County by any meanswe f in operation Planted up quite a long spell. We Case Xo 9505No :; ; graph. d':v pill-i t. S.
again. a little i f.i-- Xo 947SI
nevertheless got a big kick sow rye grain there. If we can do hope he recovers very soon now. : ((<... Topieir I Notice Dated this 12 daj uf November. f'.1.
Great Lakes lettuce seed and i 'r.. lldith <'arlsnn whose result-nee To1'1..nr. 12.IOFFICIAL. "in tT.. \
out of getting the first berry sol I| it just before a rain we think S S !; and address IS: 32*!'; Me'anIl.sIioulc I I To L.ih S.-lleivh'. residence'and SEAL A J_ Thomas I.1'1'.i\\1",. '
some cabbage and the aldr.-ss nknowi .
soon (at least compared with former that the rain will cover up the seedlings I When we started farming here j| \urd, San Piego California I i You are hereby i- notified 'hat a Clerk of the Circuit Court \\ 1'I'MS I: 4. :
I are up and growing. Water them i Your are hereby notified that a 1:')' Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk. -t I: i' > : d
b season). Have loads of bloom seed. We have had no success in Bradford County we were the suit for suit forDivorce 11 14 4t H: 5'!' 1- "! i "

and quite a lot of green fruit so :1 I up to this time in covering seed every evening. Going to put more dumbest kind of farmers. Often I luvorcehas 'I I has been filed against In the ..
!eeds in soon. I' been filed against you in the you In The ir.'ult ('oort Of. I trad ford 4' >I.'Fl' 1.\1. .-.._". _.. .f
bad weather' any other way. Hope that we can neighbors would I| above named Court and cause and ('mint'. riorlil.i In ,, ,, .
unless we get some look at a cropgrowing ,: ahovf named Court and cause and : : ( hnnrrr* ii.': I. ii I
I'I good'stand will S S I 1 rOil are required to srva copy ofI you are required to serve a copy ofI < ; u !I' ,-t .., _, !'',i.i\ h-, \\ .t' i I"' :M I ,
as our cows
we will be picking berries soon. get and say that it had "a !: I I your answer or pleading to the
We keep our hens shut up in.| I your answer or pleading to the complaint complaint on the PlaintiffsAttorney ._.___________.
Plants look the soon be needing some protein i good color". and the yyyy..v.. . flfls'V -----------------
pretty good as I I we would look on Plaintiffs Attorney V V V V V V V V V V V V V .TTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTYYYNOTICE
isI I' the laying house as a rule but. Neal 1>. Evans. Jr 103 Law II M V KniRlu St.uk.
feed. I I
last fertilizer we gave them | the crop and agree and not Florida.
t KM-hange Build lug, Jack&unville
starting to work. Heard of a pick I' S. i we for about let them out every evening j j' have the faintest notion of what Floria i I the and file Clerk the of original the Circuit In the Court office iiir of! PLANNING TO MOVE' ?
an hour two that I
or so j and file the original! !In the orfU*' of I
er years ago picking 200 quarts ,, Had a big Thanksgiving Day i j a good color was. In our almost ,1 the t'1t'rk of the Circuit Court on : before the

of berries in one morning on our Dinner at Sam's home in Jackson- !i they can get some greens. We're j I| four years of trying to farm we'have I'! or before the :29 day of December. 22 day of Deeiiilo'r I1'-: J ef Us do j I jhj jilt| fur ,
i''I I doing just about everything we 1'52: : othsrwii.the allegations of'otherwise the allegations! of !':1.ill : TV" .nu ( ( m
farm. That to our way o'f thinking I ville. It was a big occasion! as j jj 1 j very slowly learned (out in id ; Complaint will be talf"n as! confi.- '* lll'tl'e l Iu'al and lon
(Ithink of to get the gals a' Complaint will be taken as c nfe'sed "d by R.B.ALVAREZ C'5QP) $ opt'rah' : '
is some picking. I j I I Sam's brother Walter and his I ing ay-I j' the field, not on the porch reading : by you. I'j i I'o This you.notice shall tie |ViMih> .1 $TA5I.rLA I' distance nnhero in 1. S.;

: family visited for the first time. ;| eggs aain. but so far they !, about it) by seeing thousands of\I i 1 This notice shall be published once each week for four concern'.\ MOVING "
S. 1 are stingy with the But how \: )nce each week for four consecutive weeks in the Bradford County T.-; .
eggs. jI I .
II j I Before dinner they visited us and j j plants growing what a good col- w-eks in the Bradford r-ounty TeUgr.i graph
been able i iI I the feathered little hogs love cx- j Jlh I I Il.ll.ll' till-I I'l 'I :\ r. Phone 311 25Q-J
Up to now have never ,I I got quite a kick out of our farm]'I pensive mash and scratch! )i, or or appearance is. The little we Dat'd this 22 day of :No\tmlni.., I'- l\ "! \ or

to successfully plow out the mid- and our animals (especially little j know about berries (and no fooling : 1''%.2. (OFFICIU, sr_\L) A. .1 Thorn i- ..-t .

dIes of our berry beds but this the bull calf* to !1 it is little) have (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomnk (Merk of the Cln n't ,', , I Happy Hope I we gained '!, :'k of the ('irl'uil (''.in' tBy '. : 1- \i.i'IIent t.Storayo t : I'arilitit"R. .
week we learned that by using a I have all our kinfolk with us next Loosened up the litter in the by working them hour after hour [,\riant L. CrossDj, Dei>ntClrk f 1 -
floor of the laying 11N 4t I U 1 I'tMinci \
middle-buster and slow- houses by using >
going very Thanksgiving Day when we plan ,; day after day until at night when

ly we were able to do a pretty I to have an old fashion Thanksgiving [ a wheel hoe. It was a tough job I i we closed our eyes to sleep we I -- : FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S r 4d B. ALVAREZ
I as that doggone stuff NOTICE IS HEKKP.Y! CUTV: TALL >
Had to do middle ata packs almost .
good job. one ;: Dinner out in the woods.; I i could still -ee plants before our: WHOM IT MAY 4'o'M'i\]: :

time, as our beds are very un I as hard as ronciete. Goi.1gI eyes. Now when we look at our that I have filed my Final I K-uni: gents for Delclur />'" I'to try to do it regularly now. in the mattt (.1 Estateof :Mu\ JUST ONE
even. I It's but know I little field of berries we can spot Dicks Adams .. '--' S.-- '
funny you never I S S S and will on l">th! d.u IVmman Bldt:. :S. ( nun NI
S S the plants that have "a good col of December 1952 ask I Hit t ''',min'' FRIGIDAIREMade
when plan to load hog
I a
you Trying our very best now toi! Judge IK._ ]'I'rr>inan for Fi :I i1!
whether it will take five minutes'; ,,or" and also see those that are Discharge j Administintor" "I' ii,.
Some pesky thing was chewingthe take better care of our stock to I II not growing well. It is encouraging Estate of Mary Adams I D,, k, only by General
or five hours. We tried to load : see if cant I -,\'. F: 11f1,11t'1..1I.. :Motors Corp. All other
leaves of our berry plants we make some money I .n.fSTARKE
; a':
Henrietta this week using the to us that WP have _\(\lflhiIl .-I x 'i' ," .
and we saw lots of aphids: so we out of them. Have the two hogs i' Electric Refrigerators are
little. for we have put a lot of i| 11 -M 4t 1 12o'i'icn :: J I.::
dusted with 5 per cent Chlordane. bushel hamper over her head to bred and from now until the time i iI' if misdirected made by other companiesand RADIO AND
work (
make her back the loading I hard even i, TO _\IMT.\H j
Saw Charlie Gaskins dusting his up they farrow we are going to give! some of the time) into farming In CIrriilt Court llridfor ('.it?. cannot use the word SERVICE
chute into the station wagon. It them Florida: In Clianrrry.Zbislaw I TELEVISION I
field went home every to
cabbage so we opportunity
pro- would like to Frigidaire.
almost worked but at the last' and some day we :f. ]:....hr Plaintiff n
and made a duster similar to 'the duce fine litters. They have water, be real farmers. Wanda I.. K< ..hr, Def.'ndant
he A minute she broke the hamper '! shelter salt. : : i* Case :No. n-ni 1
one was using. can with some mineral and they .
leaped off the tail gate of the car :Notice To -\piienr. 'Want A GcizuizcFRIGIDAIRE Service On All! Makes
holds in the have been oiled ) r.-I Repair
punched bottom recently. We feed The put in the brooder To; Wand.i 1. K'i' hi u h""" !
I corn we
in and ran squealing around the' them ,I. Ti .i'! ,,1! ,,.l.l. ,I' SI-I 1 1 I'' l ''''I 1 1I'
to stick. works corn
nailed a It fine and whatever protein dusted with ? ?
and Pyre-
house '
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dusting our berries and took less pasture with .the hamper stuck ,I supplement we can scrap up : none has been protected from "' i I i 1 It .1 i TELEVISION and RADIOSFor
with around her. With the help of a1 (skimmed 'II -J; f.'I' THEN SEE
half much milk
than as as dusting meat scraps etc.) weevils. We intend to use it regularly. -
| neighbor we finally got her load- ,, Going to
give them
I I all the fish JIL.JLet
ed, took her over to J. L. Orr's
meal they E. H. SMITHTenth '
i,! require too. This last I I aWe've
and got her bred. But re- :
year we lost money on hogs. and' Us Thoroughly
loading her was a matter of almost I
PICTURE it was poor management that did but only a tiny touch Wash Your and Temple Ave. PROMPT
two hours of basing: her. H. -. frost, as yet Clothes
*.. -*..:. H Weather fine otherwise. but
T V cornering her t : ; of Starke Fla.
only to have her '

T.UBE break away again. It was almost I Have a pretty good selection I\I we rain.could In fact stand it is a so good dry soaking around 9 Pounds RELIABLE 198yW

enough to make a man cuss. Did in our kitchen T
I garden these days. Lawtey according to Charlie /iiJIUUL .
) we say almost? Onions For 40c!
I ,
turnips radishes lettuce. i Shuford that he is going to put I
a a a PHONE 218
I A few days later when the !' sweet potatoes from the field. i up a "no smoking" sign in his FREE Bleach If Desired!

open cabbage mustard collards. and I garden. I 22S E. r -\1..1. ST. :aT.\HhE.: H I \.

ANY 1 gilt Higgie. the Tiggie came in : beets. broccoli. carrots rutabagas ) ,I Temple Ave. Staiki COLONIALFLORIST .

$ heat we just about shuddered I all on the way. | FWH .:- -- :- ------9.: : (" 2:::

MAKE when we thought of all the trou-|I| Recent BirthMr. I 0We
ble we were in for. But she was! \ I
,ANY |!I Changed the transmission. differential and Mrs Don Pat ray of I
loaded over to the Orr's farm I! Will
and hydraulic oil in the Starke I 1

MODEL and bred and back in the pen in''i: tractor. Last time we did it. it'I'I II Clearwater the proud formerly parents of of a son.j I Dry Your Clothes 1 FLOWERSFOR
a little over an hour. Seems that NOTICEnnsprnsreee.ppspssssflrsssflflfl
II I cost $12.50; this time $;J.60. Looks'j I'i Lucian Keith born Saturday, Nod/
hogs are just plain contrary crit-
1 Year Guarantee ters and can be depended on to do I like we are learning to cut expenses j,! 29. Mrs. patray is the former Mini For 20c I ALL OCCASIONS

I and itis about time. i I nie Lou Hazen. daughter of Mr.\ In New Automat: Orient :
the opposite every time. ,. I -ee S--S-
and Mrs. L. O. Hazen. '
Alice is going to get her hunt I : 'I
Alice's tomato vines in the 0 PECANS WANTED
ing license this week but in the (j)
garden look wonderful, and they NO'I'l<'I' 'IO nUIIITUU'i
meantime the quail on our farm All persons having Hamior clmands .
Chas. C. ShepherdRADIO are loaded with green tomatoes.We have against th.i'ta i" "f :'\I..h-

cover them at night when a disappeared. Troy Bennett -us Andrew W.-l l"n. d>'. .i1hereby -- d.! .Ir,. The Washeteria DISH TOP PRICES PAID
says they head for the nntified and r,'iunnl| \ to filtheir '
frost is threatened but the oc- .
TV swamps when hunting season clainis 1-1 lh- offi." 'f 'li
cassional ripe tomato we get is County Judge of Dradfoid, < "''in'Florid'a. \ POTTERY ___--------eeflfl flfl,e.eflnflflfl.Sflfle SI
I opens. in the County Couit llmi-
Phone 239 worth the bother. :I I lat Iarkf>. Florida wihil1. > ,itrtit; ._.ti-! 1- Prfl POTTED I see
a a emlar months from tne 'It'"T ir II' PLANTS
Got tired of the discs ___
hearing of first publication of thi n..ti. "' .r
Dug our two rows of Irish poI the bush-and-bog harrow squeak- the same will becomen'd .1. ..1.1- __
Ingto law. This Xo\,'n.l"i, r 1 ::t h. FLOWERSVIRED PAUL RAYMOND '
ing and squealing for lack of 11T.2! ANYWHERENona
Y I lltli I I"',
First puhln-ation "v
grease so we got a pail of grease
and now we grease it every time Mary.\ Gladys "f tlit. t.M it.. ATTENTION St Starke PHONE 2-W

before using. We knew that greasi of Stephens Anrtr, '- \\.ldon
I u.-.aHu. - -
I is cheaper than gasoline. and we 11 14 4t 1 12 ". If You Have ,-u1___-- -_ 1

I had noticed that after greasingwe I Mvrirr. TO .\rrn\i PIXE OR CYPRESS ----------- ____________....T.T_T T__._H._Y_'9

FULLY EQUIPPEDthe got more work done on less, In firm ('''11 rt. II mil ford County,
I I FI..rl
II II I fuel but we hadn't bothered to TIMBER 10 SELL I- _
I J a ms Kochfoid. Plaint t Iff. 'vs. TF ,
most modern and efficient equip- I take the time. And another thingis ( r.ttt- Koihtord. !IIt'f. ,ndant __ \ "

ment available to the profession is I that the harrow will last a lot : Toppenr. ,'a-. No. S4R2Notlrr Large or Small Tracts *> W -- F

longer if cared for properly. Tor.ue: I It.., hf..nl. \\'h'is<- resj-1' > ree ; /;;. : ; : ree
used this funeral home in maintaining 0,17 $
by I S S S deme and .i.ldr- ... I i- ::2112: < A\e. J.litiiokhn ,We Buy All >> .
N" u Yt.rk
its well known standard of : ;
Alice made a big lot of hog's You are hereby notified that a. \
Service. I !suit for !| PAY TOP PRICESWrite > A* DRESSED
head chet"se-kt"pt some out to Pivor.e. (custodj control and I > L A R G E "- .

I[''u,> .;, &Ttf*' I
has been filed against you in the >
freezer. It is really fine eating. above named Court and cause and +

DeWITT C. JONESPhone I I Her next job is to make scrapple, you your are answer required or to pleading serve a to copy the of or Call **

7 Starke, Fla. but as the "low-down woman"was complaint on the Plaintiff all Attorney, T. Frank Landrum *
tired out at the time she
StarKe. Florida. >
put the pork in the freezer and and file the original in the office B.T.THOMASLUMBER > nflfl '6
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court > .
will make scrapple later. >

Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur S SThere's on or 13:;before dar ,.f the l)4-C'9.! < i', 1"-.2. CO. 3

otherwise the al' gallon* of -.ml >
local funeral home enables 03 to offer conveniences and lots of work in farming. Complaint will be taken a- > ,"n- PHONE 211JP. >> .

services not otherwise available.We and lots of disappointments but feysed bv vou. 0 Box 735 *
I I This notice shall V;) publisher With ThePurchase
brother. when vou' sit down tc once each week for four n.ni'.v. .. STARKE FLA. >* __ __ -- -;:' v-
.# I eat dinner and eat the followingimpattaizt : weeks in the Bradford ('''.\i111> 'I-( !J. > .. ( CjO 3 3t

furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and I I graph._". ,!I,':II..d this 1J: dar -.f vOFFICIAT .. -..-.-u' :' >t =. .,.-.-- 01 .
\ :: =
accept ANT life insuram-e policy in force issued by ANY i I ( PEAL) A J rn"'r.i-, ... -- -.--

company as payment in part or in full on a funeral. Clerk of the f'ir'llit "' iirtlr *. '<>-
Marian L. Crosby, Deputy '.I..k! ----

Consultation carries: no obllgaUon.nflfl : 11 14 It I-1: '. Hearing Aids ** : = Any

ssfleessss=sfls flssspssrsrrflfl ssssrs J -
\\OTII. TO _\I-IM\K >

I I., I II I I lirne Ldward Hutbnrr: In If (Hurl hanrr lJifi.nd.ruCase'in'r. IM.t'n'iffs.. BatteriesDiabetic >>- '' i! e- ,-, -- Hot Point RangeGAS

\ Highest I :Xo ?4ft I 3
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'f, I-, .-'ii Hu-'birr, nho.srM- !
I ,ir.i. and address! i is _'-.<.-q: i4Mhinn. Foods > OR ELECTRIC
i I:" .l.t.lall1."ng.. b-Ia id. X. \\
irk.. '.x: j I ? I III
Y,i'i are h..rebotifi..d that a AXD ';1;_ !
CASH Iiirce
-i l.ern filed against you In the SuppliesSurgical t > f I

vlo\e! nami-d Court and cau e and > ,; !
required to serve a copy of *
'-- ''j are
I II I ij \oiir answer or pleading to the > t-
,",'.plamt on the Plaintiffs
PRICESill i \tt"rn..yYilIiam D Morgan. SupportsAXD :, ;?i' i
Have Fire Insurance :5n7; Claik BUIlding. Ja'ksonvillt ,
your Florida.ind ,; or
file the original In the ->ff"e! oT
k FOIlPECANS L I policies checked .;ne Clerk of the Circuit Court on ''t "-; i
i ii I ..r before the I Trusses :
:22!: day of December 1S3J.herwite FREEZER7HS
t4i ..- the allegations of said
i i"i' iI
i i I NOW umplaint by )'otl.will be taken as confessed We Rent HotPoint

This notice shall t.e puMIshed
once eahieek for four consecutive REMAINDER OF
From One Pound 3 I I .." ...... I Tlgrsph Dated this 19 day of :Xo\r-mer,

TO 5 I ; Charley E. Johni I 195 OFFICIAL:!. Clerk SEAL of )the A.Circuit J, Thomas('nun'E I : E THIS YEAR!

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MILLION 11 :21! 4: -
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R. H. Green Jr. I : Phone IS STARKE FLA. Florida Circuit! In Court.Chancery Bradford County, CANOVAPRESCRIPTION I WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE

__ |I ...II 10 .. I Mary Elmer Jranncttc Leroy Meri.e ilee.. e Plaint.Itrfenda, '..s. CENTER
< Case :Xo. &437otlce
: 321 Temple Ave. :Ii.'t=-_ \ To Appear I I

-II.- ...II -" ..... To Mary Jeannette Meece. whose (near hospital) 222-221 Temple Ave. U. S. 301 Starke, Fla. Phone 166
rt-"idnue and address is: Spencer
Starke Fla. :\ I.3_.pr .ntinB THE TRAVELERS Hartford ('ounty. Ru'hland Indiana. Gainesville. Fla. ,

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Once again the dynamic pen of "THE SNOWS OF KILIMANJARO"As all: .i;, 1 \ ?I" iI'w, .4p|>rxr 5.- \\. (1'.it."Iirr l I'"- I '

Ernest Hemingway has laid the "u''' '''' h ,. ',' ,

foundation for an exciting screen ....:. : ," \ nIt v .' I IIIInf"r :I To N;,,I i'1.UK tppenr. u
the writer-hunter who (played by Peck.*. big game hunter t lor i him to return tu AtII,1 t i : NU. 'Hi! to 11IIut i : : | 'M !I it' hinii! ,f.'iFlnnalh 'I: .. .. ; BoO'lfl ) I ,
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achievement--this time the heralded \\ is tun, |It'e : ,
searches the world for truth and novelist awaits death froma 1 pt. li iv 1'.i !
as she stands she leahzethat
technicolor of vigil near him he Harry .. ,
production I I Back the Helen i interrupts '' i :. d I t > :l'i h. ra 1
hunting wound. Convinced that I II I in present, 1,1111'' j ,
"The Snows of Kilimanjaro", !II Gregory Peck plays the most torments her with his past. will never find what he's after I '. 'I' d .urt and "! ," ,,iI rd i .r,
I I help will never come he reviewshis I his thoughts and tell "I:; il to .serve i ,'\ "I ,
starring Gregory Peck, Susan romatic role of his brilliant ca 2. There was Cynthia (Ava and leaves him. v -\1" '". I ,- *ell t tt
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life and the women in it. I him that a rescue party arrived.He !. .
.l I I"e
Gardner and Hil- !": i ;,1 ,1// id. 1'l.nntiff'f, 1(1!
Hayward Asa '' 1\ .
reer. The scenes above tell part of I 1. He thinks of Helen (Susan Gardner), his Paris love who I 4. Thoughts of the French now realizes that Helen can T Kruk:! l.inilriun, Si I' .>,' I I' '. 1. 11 '|I"i \ ,
degarde Neff. It is booked at the t au-"' ii I ,
'ind til. the (irim i.il in tti. fl', :1
Florida Theatre for three days, the exciting story: Hayward>)>, the wealthy widow spurred him on to his first successful -! Riviera and Countess Liz (Hilde- give him what he has been search- th.. "r-ik| of the Cin-u. i', .,rt .,1\ lint ,I'

Africa's fam- II!' !>"f T-' the 29 .' .., "I"rllt'T r' It I
In the shadow of I day l I' !lIl.
next Wednesday, Thursday, and who married him because she was novel. Deeply in love with garde Neff) return. She tried to ing for-love, devotion, and kind I'! 'i2: otherwise tj',' ,,1I'II"n] ; .1 r S'irk', .. F'I oJ ,

ed :Mt. Kilimanjaro, Harry Street and who made it possible I said !' 1" I icIh. o' t: th. '
Friday. lonely Harryshe followed him on to Africa for I CompU.iu w :!1 IK taken a' n. .
big game ((3)) and then I ness. fessed bv you. P'I clerk of tl. I' lit"t tOi c

This n"ti..Q.....n .uh...a 11 l to puAllshrd' 1tfore 1 the
\'-. Dan Marina ---I II I 15 day t '
Defendant your answer or pleading to the complaint luttd this 23;; of November nee each week for four consecutivew -I
\OTI'I1'0 'PPIUIl residence and address is: 15 Mat- I and file the original In the office of Case Xo. :Sail on the Plaintiffs Attorney l I! I i'+:..' day ..eks m the Bradford County Trie- oilierwjsc: tti<' ,i'' L niv "
IB Circuit Court. II r nil ford County the Clerk of the Circuit Court on \" .-.. 'I'" AppearTo T. graph Complaint w ,, 'I! i I. : n a.
tingly Avenue, Indian Head, :Mary before the Frank andrum. Starke. Fla. !I' (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ed by
In or
FloridI Cfcnnrrrj' : Dan Macinavhoe hated ,, you
residence and file the original in the office of Cleik of the (<<'In'u't Court this :2; day f November,
Elmore Dewite Harris Plaintiff, vs. land. I 29 day of December 1952; and address: 1011 Avenue L, Urook- the Cleik of the l'ir'uit Court on !'By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Wl: This notice shall I tie put' ,1 01

Mary I'lizabetli Ham, Defendant You are hereby notified that a i otherwise the allegations of said lyn New York. or before the :29: day of Dei-ember,I'I 11 :23: 4t 12::, In (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, rive once reeks each week In for tour \' L'
Case No. 5910.Notier suit for Complaint will be taken as confessed : Your are hereby notified that a 1952 otherwise the allegations of I Cleik. of the Cin-uit CourtBy the Bradford t' y
; To Appear. Divorce by wit for said Complaint will be taken as confessed NOIK: I'll1'1'1: \1& Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
you. j ,
To: Mary Elizabeth Harris, whose Divone and Dated this j 12:: ,j.j of \
has been filed against you In the This notice shall be publishedonce restoration: nf bj you. j In ('(retail Court, Bradford County' 11'- 4t 1* 19 W2, !
( and
residence address i.s. 33U. LettStreet maiden .
above named Court and cause and each week for four consecutive name This notice shall lie published | riitrtilni In t'hltll..r,. i i M I (
Washington l'ennryJnla has been filed OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. TI.!
you are required to serve a copy of weeks in the Bradford County Tele- against you in the once each Week fur foil tonsei'Utlle.viaxiit-U! Huyler Plaintif.. \'.' W-: NOTirn TO .\I'J>n\lt ,, Clerk
Your are hereby notified that a al.nam..d Court of the ClnnltT r
your answer or pleading to the graph. and cause and weeks in the Bradford 1'ouhty Telegraph I liam tir'; rge Hu>''le:', h.frndn'. In (In-ill Court, llrailforil 'i I Varian ,
suit for I you are required to County L. Cn shy, D.-p'r'> \
serve a of .
complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney this 26 November ropy C.- '
Divorce, custody and support of Zach H. Douglas, 505; Dated day of r \ riorlda: In ( ha leer,. : II 11 I I I
minor child
Lynch Building, Jacksonville, 1952.
has! been filed against you In the Florida
above named Court and cause and (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
and file the original in the officeof
you are required to serve a copy of Clerk of the Circuit Court.
the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
your answer or pleading to the complaint Py Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
before the
on the Plaintiff' AttorneyT. 11'2S:' 4t 12119;
29 of December 1952
day ;
Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla.
and file the original in the office of otherwise the allegations of said
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Complaint will be taken as confessed NOIH: io \ppi\u r
or before the :29!: day of December by you. (it irruit Court. llridloril ( omit}.
1J:52.; ; otherwise: the allegations of This notice shall be published rluridt! In lhaurery.Sarah .
said Complaintill be taken as confessed once each week for four consecutive Cuione, 1'laintiff. Dominic p.Iese"tiltlTHE
by j'(,u. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph '::v.coni', Defendant
This Case No. 95071u1lie
notice shall be publishedonce
each week for four consecutive Dated this 26 day of November, '1'" \ppenr.
To: Dominic Ciccone, whose resl-
weeks in the Hradfoid County Telegraph -
1952. ,lerne ard address is: :::lu 4 Uelmont

Dated OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. .\'.'f'flU.ironx.: New Voil..
this :23!; day of November, (
1952. Clerk of the Circuit Court. v :a- are hereby notified that a

(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy' 4t Clerk.12,19NOTICK suit Annu for :. ;ent and/or Di\o-
11'2S: : GREAT NEW 1953
Clerk of the Circuit Court. r...i been filed against you in the

ny Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk above named Court and cause and!
you are required to serve a copy oi
:! 4t :!
11/23 12/19
In Circuit Court. Ilradford ('...unty.FI..rldal your answer or pleading to the ""I..-.
In ('ban...." plaint on the Plaintiff'stt"t: \
Plaintiff Her- Evan T. Evans, 103: Law' i\I iihaige :
0 Everett Blume, vs.
.10TICH' TO APfKtllIn uuJing! Jaiksoin/
man Flowers and Parthenia Flowers 1'loridaand
circuit Court llrudford County I file the original in the offs 'n 1
Florida In f'hnn.-erj. his wife, Defendant. tin Clerk' of the Circuit I Connor "I,
9376 before the :J':::1 day of |I' "i III''" i
Jasper L. Kranke Plaintiff vs. Case No. DUnSTREl.Kt
19o2.: otherwise the allegation-: I

Mayola C. Kranke, Defendant. Notice To .\rr".". said Complaintill be taken! afessed "n-
To: Herman Flowers and Par- by you.
Case No. 9512 This notice shal! be pulilimilonte
thenia Flowers, his wife. whose l.a'h week fur four joii-i rutnr
Notice To tpprar. weeks in the Bradford (....mt\. 1'.1!
residence and address is. Unknown.You '
To: Mayola C. Kranke, whose graph. !
are hereby notified that a I Dated this: 24 day of \eiiibt-i',
suit for 1932: :!.
Foreclosure of mortgage (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, .
Clerk. of the !'null: CouitDy :: .=:::;::::.: ==:::. :::.;z--:: : :: : :::::::.:.::. :::...: .. . '.. .. :: ::.. .
has been filed against you In the Marian I. Crosby Deputy Clerk
ALL KINDS OFFICE SUPPLIES |I above named Court and cause and 11:5:: 4t 11**.
you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading to the I -

I AT THE TELEGRAPH complaint on the Plaintiff's 'NOIH K: 10 \rri'\ll
Attorney Green & Green, In ('lr<-iilt ('nn r4 llrndford ('''Ullt ",
I I I'lorMa: In ('hnnrrr;.
Starke Florida
Coiueita Uiichetn la"IIII Plaintiff


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