Bradford County telegraph
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03245
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03245
 Related Items
Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text
:_ "' \
rz- \-- l 0' .id- .

I .
,, : i'onge Julian C (X; .

UotF. LibraryFla History

,_ .. '1 '. .4 S .. '"- ."

.L J" .J !"> >ir\! ... "..,...',!'.:.', .... i' .T'. < -=!b., 4.:_" 1 :r '" \' .. '. ..' ,. "" ,.;. J" ",

"' ......---..,..>" ".. ''I- t'"", .-.-: : : Jiir. ., .
I 1
: .
.. f S


.. .. jf ,
\ ., ",,-': '!I' ;
: Y.{ ij. i/
". ; ,, : ," : .7' :t! '
: .
., .- &' '.'" ,;,; t.. *..:;; ;"

F ki'L ''an :... ': BADftRD COUNTY TELEGPH.

Official County Publication Established In 1879


dA4! : -

.F Council Names Work Started Student Safety Group Formed Hansen Youth

--- r

Thomas To ,Head On Addition To Face Grand


: Zoning BoardA. bug Dad Plant Jury MondayThe

1- J. Thomas, Sr. was appointed Expansion of the local BigP.ad case .f Ronald Hansen. 15-

4 rj ._ 4 by die City Council, at its meeting Manufacturing Co. plant to year-old white youth charged with
-'I-f aJir Tuesday night, to select and heada Id another 10.000 square feet of I first degree murder, will go before

I"j five-member zoning committeefor for space was announced here I |a grand jury at the opening day of

; the City of Starke. week by Sim Siceloff, pres-I the Fall term of Circuit Court

The the zoning committee fiS of the company. here Monday.
t purpose of I
-1- -. according to City Clerk, lOOxlOO-foot addition will l Hansen is charged with the mur-
Carl Johns, is to set up "an overall be constructed on the north end iIik' der of his mother Mrs. Jessie

-jATJ! zoning picture" for the City I C? the plant and will be used to Hansen, who was %fatally stabbed
and. thus eliminate the necessityof hpuse:; the company's rapidly ex- (IT. the back on Sept. 4

a separate ,ordinance for each jjanding shipping apartment. Con-'' t Cases already on the criminal
tract for the addition was award-
piece of zoning. (docket for the Fall term of Circuit
M to the Bradford Engineering*
The Council also decided on Court, which will be presided over
qo., and work on the foundation }
another innovation for the City b> ,Judge G. L. Patten, are:
was started Wednesday. Present
CAUTION: Don't leave this newspapt'around: where rats can see it! a budget to be drawn up by the olans call for its completion by __ The State5.. Harold Ches-

After all the preparations that have been made, it would be a shame if the little rascals should get city auditor and presented at the January 1. borough for non-support of minor

that will be served them next week. |next meeting for adoption. T. The Polaroid 1-Mlnute Photo by the Telegraph- children.
wise and refuse to eat the gumptious banquet new addition will give the ,,

At left above,' County Agent 0. T. Huggins ana Sanitarian Jack Trawick put the finishing toucheson I Council Turning t0 other matters the Big Dad plant a total of 33,000 i I Charter members of the new high school safety group are plcturooabo'e State vs. J. E. Jordan charged

at the fair, in cooperation with the U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service and the : square feet of flooii; space. At with forgery and uttering
Anti-Rat Exhibit county a forgery
an as they met in the USO
Instructed Robert Angus, city present the company employssome Monday night : 1st row (I to r) Marion .

Florda: Extension Service. J t I engineer, to make'a survey for a 160 with Harrington, Pat Bowets,' LeCano'a, Jr.. Mike Clark; 2nd row-
a weekly
Miss Ross (center), home, d: mon-tration agent, assists two of her 4-H gWs Marcia persons State vs. Luther Johns, charged
At right Dorothy Joann SlatTe, Jean
sewer line on S. Water Street. payroll of about $4,500. Mundy, Agnes Lawson, Nancy DuPre; 3rd row- With
Miller and VIla Jean Gentry, as they weigh ou the "rat banquet" (Warfarin and corn meal) into i Instructed R. S. Wasdin, utilities Dungarees. work pants, sport Lex Green, Jr., Paul Rivers, George Canova. Not present at time minor withholding children. support from

small package for sale.AntiRat. I superintendent to get prices on shirts, and children's play clothesare picture was taken: Pauline Gay and Faye Paulk. A nominating committee State

i I additional, larger transformers to I. manufactured in the com was named and will submit its report at a meeting to be held with vs. Benny Allen, charged

increase the capacity for electrical pany's operation here.Cattlemen in the USO next withholding support from
Monday night at :30. The new organization minor children.

Week ProclaimedBy current brought in from Clay Elec- adopt its by-laws, and make and enforce its own rules of safety. It is State
tric. vs. E. J.
bowling Jr
Hear "by, for and of" students and is part of a statewide movement sponsored charged with ..
I Also instructed Wasdin to install grand larceny
by the Florida Safety Council. I Two $50,000
I damage suits tnn
four-inch water main from
a --- --1'
Commissioners the .end of the six-inch main ,on Speaker Discuss the list of six cases on the civil

Mayors- I II :I to the the east Brady side of Bryant Temple home.Ave., north Winter.. FeedingThe 42 Cases Disposed Of At Plea DayThe docket

Mayors of four municipalities and the Board of County Mr. Scholl of Gaynon Cong. Matthews
per pound to produce. The bait to Heard a
I Commissioners joined Monday in proclaiming the wp&' starting be used locally! contains only .025 I I Iroz' Works, Jacksonville, submit : need for feeding .protein County Judge's criminal was fined $30 or 30 days in the

November 9 as "Rat Killim- "'-, ektt in Bradford County.The t twunds of Warfarin per 1000 'prices en pole-setting equipmentwhich supplement during the winter cost bill filed for October showsa county jail. Here TonightIn

proclamation pointing out I rounds of mixture. It'ill be would be installed on one of .months and the making and feed- total of 42 cases disposed of; One case involving the use of a

that "rats can be eliminated by ,t'cils proclaimed. *>ackage1 in two and! five-pound the city trucks. A discussion of this 3g of silage were topics of a talkgiven $315 in costs; bonds estreated in vehicle without the owner's con-
ll ?.at Banquet", a connection
Thus with
continuous effort and with the bags and sell for 30 cents per matter led to the Conclusion that by James Pace, assistant the amount of $705; and $415 in sent, dismissed. Ten drunk cases the current

'use of a compound forinufated by countywidero ect, get underwav' I ound. with the anticipated moving of beef cattle specialist of the agricultural fines nposed. wherein one defendant received a Farm Bureau membership drive.

the U. S. Iw and Wildlife ServIce next week. Sponsored by I Distribution of Warfarin to electric lines and installing new extension service, at the Twenty-five of the above cases 10-day sentence and two received Congressman Billy Matthews will
the county agent, county home address a meeting at the
waif ifgned by Mayor J. R. !'Rql Banquet" hosts will begin lines, this equipment would more supper meeting. of the Bradford were disposed of at a plea day 30-day sentence. Others had their house in
demonstration agent. county Starke
Wanwrfght ftf Stirke; Mayor G. health department. F.F.A and Friday, Nov. 6. when it goes on than pay for Itself. ,No action County Cattlemen's Association session pt county court last Friday bonds estreated. 6, at 7:30: p.m. Friday, Nov.

P. Wadsworth of Hampton: Mayor FJJ.A. clubs in corporation with -ale at the following tores around was taken toward the, purchasingof Thursday night. The others had been disposedof One case of assault to kill, dismissed -

H.. S. ..Anderson .of Brooker1ayo ; he county: this equipment. Around 30 cattlemen attendedthe at earlier hearings orby filingof because of want of evi Theme of Matthews' address
the U. S Fish and Wildlife Serv-
will be
Charles Shuford of Lawt y: Torie's store in Hampton; Grif- .Clark Johns was instructed to meeting, which featured the informations with the 'Circuit dence. Three gambling cases, the value and benefits of
"Rat is for the ,
Ice. p.anquet"
and all five members of the Board pur. fis Bros. and 'Roberts. store In meet with a representative from talk by Pace-and a roast beef dinner Court. i wherein defendants' bonds were farmers organizing through'the

of County Commissioners.The pose of all of,Bradford wn'.fving! efforts Countians on the in part rid-j i Lawtey: Colson's in Brooker; the Board of County Commission- prepared by J. R. Wainwright. Cases disposed of during them estreated. Fa/m 15,000: Bureau which already has
members in Florida.
resolution further pointed Dempsey's store in Graham; Reddish f" w 4 t Wo S. A, L. Railway In |IJ4\ TttWJ, gjgon. rth) included: All other cases involved some

cuf tW *Wfo on' *M K8 or qm.lqg; Jats. store in Heilbronn; Cook'fltarIin'a. rmrd! to a drainage problem in In his talk, Pace emphasized the 'One caje of grand larceny, ,on infraction of traffic laws or improper All ,interested persons, whether
of TheT'to be used Is.a mixture Lovett's and Edwards they 'are farmers or ,not, are Invited -
destroys more than 12 worth the ,northern section of Starke need for 'feeding a protein .suP- which information was filed witli licensing of interstate
of Wart;rin, a chemical! that to attend this
feed per year, he might actually p in Starke. where the railroad crosses. plement to cattle during the winter Circuit Court for disposition. A motor 'vehicles.FirstrRipe. -

contaminate' render useless pauses internal, bleeding and has Nov. 6-7 are the recommended nths, saying that brood cows; case\, .of petty larceny which, was,
... () !w o-. .J O w..2 ll to be :aten.-over+ :. perjod..Of..t i 1!te ..,for purchasing Warfarin i il Glee ..j especially, needed a'supplement, .to, dismissed restitution and payment Berries Junior Red Cross
!fastflve dasto J> ffectiVe: I Club Plans
b tJtill be sale at the above '
also pnread: disease, ,carry. \life and I l on bring and maintain'heal thy calves. : of costs: :
The )rtion of Warfarin ,used Brought In By DeSueLeo Sends Favors To VetsThe
mites, and cause rires.'* the reso- pro] stores until the initial supply is
in the local mixture is so small : One of the most economical pro- One case wherein ,the defendantwas
exhausted. After that, there will Box
lution decIare&trecognizing to Supper And tein supplements Pace 'said,. is charged with selling bonded DeSue, colored< employee of Bradford Junior
Tin the,urgent need that it is not dangerous large .be.a 'supply in the county agent's'office County
animals. There is no secondary cottonseed meal at the rate of one whiskey in a dry county. This Humphreys Gold Corporation Red Cross, through the Starke
sakeof health. economy for follow-up baiting. I
for th Bazaar Dec. 5 to two pounds per day. along with transferred to the :the distinction of bringing in the 4th
to our people, be it now resolved poisoning when a dog or cat eatsa : Look for the red-lettered post- case was county grade pupils under the direction -
rat that has been killed by War- grass pasture, hay or grain.A court trial calendar after the defendant first ripe strawberry of the cur- of Mrs. Russell Norman sent
that the week of November, ers, proclaiming Banquet ,
farm.I T good creep feed, recommendedby pleaded not guilty. rent season. He showed up at the tray favors in the shape of Hal
in the where The
9 be designated u Rat Killing > windows of stores : Bradford High School Glee
I Pace for calves and young stock, Two cases involving witholdingof Telegraph office Wednesday wf.h lowe'en witches, ghosts pumpkinsand
Week In Bradford County," the Pure Warfarin' costs about |350 Warfarin is available. I Club is sponsoring a 'box.supper
is a mixture of about eight parts support from minor children, two nice. ripe berries. black cats to the veterans
and bazaar to be held at the usa
ground snap corn to two parts on which informations were filedin Leo says the plants that bore hospital in Lake City.
on Saturday night, Dec. 5, at
OiiIyl32Vote cottonseed"meal.. Circuit Court. the berries vere set on the full !
Prices Stronger 730; p.m. All ladies are askedto Mrs. W. R. Morse, Junior chair- "
Romance. .I I bring boxes and there will be If you have a good legume hayor Two cases of lewd and lascivious moon in August and are lookingfine. man, states that such tray favors

clover pasture, Pace said, you conduct, wherein defendants His wife and children get anti menu covers for the various
nrizes for the box
On Nut AuctionPrice SheriW.Romance 1 (On School BallotA the most original prettiest wrapping. and do not need to supplement protein.' failed to appear and had their most of the credit for growing the holidays will be a regular project

The boxes will'be auctioned off Speaking mineral mixtures S50 bonds estreated. One case of berries, he said, since he has i i among the other interesting ones

threw the midway to the highest bidder and there Pace recommended steamed bone fornication, wherein defendant I full time job at Humphreys. ("scheduled for the Juniors this year..

at the Bradford ,County Fair I little less than five will also be meal, salt and red mineral, fed in
Increases from one to per cent food and drinks' on.
three cents per und on most into milil. confusion late Wed. of Bradford County's 2,644 qualified sale at the USO. A'program, pre' a 3-compartment box with one .of

varieties marked the third pecan nesday when .it was. discoveredthat freeholders turned out Tues- sented"by the Glee Club, will be- the "ingredients in each compartment BHS Meets Seabreeze ThereThe I
Pace that this
pointed out
auction of the current season held the ferrls whel operaiorhad gin at 9 o'clock.

,at the State Farmers Market eloped with the gypsy fortune day for the School Trustee and The bazaar, to be held the same method is more economical than

"here on Thursday Oct, 29. teller. Millage Levy election, which saw I'evening in different parts of the mixing all the ingredients together, '

Thirty-eight growers offered all three of the 'incumbent trustees :USO is designed' fill the needsof I for the cow will take just that BHS Tornadoes rolled past
Furthermore the father I
girl's -
Christmas shoppers. In addition -, amount of each ingredient it wants 19-0 last night
nuts Macclenny Friday
13.706 pounds of good quality re-elected and the recommended .
and bidding was brisk1th ten said some $360
buyers on hand representing storekeepers : money went along,with the romantic I baked goods and c ndy. Several : Turning to a discussion of silage, night (Friday) they move against

and fruit stand operators pair.Sheriff f I Re-elected to another two-year:,I game booths are planned for the!\ Pace said that silage was a much tougher competition, playing Sea- HALFBACKS _

for' the moat part.. Gross revenue P. D. Reddish and his term. as trustees were incumbents'L. ;' young' people. All items will be''better feed than ordinary hay and breeze of Daytona Beach there. _
F. (Monk) Dinkins of Starke
donated and will be sold for less that it could be put for from
for the sale was $3.082.39. staff were called into the case, up This is the third conference game
A. Green of Brooker, ani O. J. than actual value. j$5 to $7 a ton. for the locals and their conference f:
Curt's! led in volume for the ut *, far the score is: Romance
I Phillips of Lawtey. Actually, He said: that could be S. CLARK
Anyone who cannot attend the I Ii silage standing is 1-1.
second time last week with 6.218 1 1, Sheriff, 0.TicketsSeJI. I there _
was no contest the trustee
I i box supper is invited to come for, made from grass, corn, cane. Indigo There have been inquiries as to
this offered at
pounds of variety
electicn, the three
as incumbent the i clover a mixture of all the
I I program and bazaar. II I or why .Tornadoes are playing at FERGUSONREDDISH
a price nnge of 17 to 20 cents;
IS cents. On. the second trustees wer the only candidates J The profit from the box supper I foregoing. Some silage, he said, Daytona Beach this year, since

average sale: Curtis averaged 16 1.2 cents. FastVMCEvent t (to qualify. There was one write-in ,! and bazaar will be used by the![will need a preservation, such as BHS played there last year too. I i- .i
candidate, 0. J. Anders, wh0 received -: Glee Club for music and to pay '' molasses, added for proper processing Coach Hobbs explained it this "

Stuarts and Maytians commanded one vote in Lawtey. I expenses on several trips which I II 1 and making a good feed. way: Mainland High and Sea- I ; :1

the top price paid 25 1-2 There were a total"of 132 (out ofa the group will take after Christ- The most popular silo and per- breeze: both use the same field ;__ ___ je
cents "with an of 20 ,1-2 f I
average possible 2.644)) ballots cast. Din- mas. ''haps the li\.st expensive, !Pace and heretofore the Tornadoes

cents on these two varieties. kins received 127 votes; Green was : The director. Mrs. Geraldyn said, is the trench type. He said ,usually played their games at _

Seedlings Randal, Money Maker next with 124; and 122 votes went'to Silva, plans to take a selected that John H. Denmark, owner and I Daytona Beach on Thursday "

and Bfandtljy averaged. 15 More than 120 tickets have al Phillips. i group to Tampa in January for operator of Santa Fe Stock Farmsis nights. In order to cut out Thurs
1-8 cents: Kennedy 15 1-2: Success ready' been sold the Chamber I is _
/or The recommended 7-mill levy the State Vocal Clinic, and it building a trench silo now. day night games there it was : -

17 1-2; and Vandemon 19 1-2.. *>f Commerce banquet meeting to : for the current school fund carried planned to take the entire Glee ,' George T. Huggins, county agent necessary for a new contract to __

Teach trailed at 10 1.8 for the low be held in the school cafeteria !I by a vote of 98 to six. Three per-1 Club to the District Vocal Fes- said that he could supply plans for bs drawn up, putting the Tornadoes .

average, "ext Tuesday night, T. H. Slade. ) sons in the'Theressa precinct voted tival in March and to the District I the trench type silo to anyone in- in Daytona Beach again this quarter. The Tornadoes didn't nie Patr y. The Tornadoes were

So far this season 5S.191 poundsof I for a 9-mill current fund Vocal Clinic. terested. vear, and Seabreeze in Starke for .show much power the second half, I pushed back to their own 16 yard

nuts have been sold at auction president of the trade group, an- The 2-iaill levy for the buildingand levy. I "This :year we would like to: The next meeting of the Cattle the next two years. I 1 though they did get near the goal line on penalties, but Patray

here to bring growers $8,816.46. ounced yesterday.William bus reserve. fund was acceptedby have Starke represented at every men's Association is scheduled for: Seabreeze is coached this year several times but lacked that ole I threw to Teston who was well

: Chandler prominent the voters by a vote of 88 to I. high school vocal meeting," Mrs.I Nov. 27, at 7:00 p.m. in the Starke by Fred Hagan, a former U of F scoring punch.Bradford's covered but gathered in the ballanyway

Punch Board Oiinesville attorney and a past -seven. I Silva said. I II Lions Den. At that time reports athlete, but a,graduate of Stets9n. second score came I and was in turn pulled
iI I i iI I will be heard from cattlemen at- Hagan has his Sandcrabs running Just after the second period opened down by Johns on the Macclenny

Freed I president of the Gainesville C of' I McGriff Appliances i tending a state cattlemen's meet- from the winged T, a system that I when Mikell punted from his: 18 yard line. The pass play covered

Owner (; will be.the principal speaker. : School Board SetsHolidqy : ing this month. the Tornadoes have not met so far I own 25 yard line to the BHS 33. 64 yards.

I 3tarting time is 7:30 p.m. i Has Radio-TV Service this year. The game promises to Wayne Douglas gained 22 yards i Waldo Brown fullback was the

A defendant. charged with : A musical program will ,be provided ,, Dates the Bank Holiday Nov. 11 be wide C'ith both teams and then Jackson threw another I I outstanding Macclenny player on

possession of a punch board with- under the direction of Mrs. S. A. Culbreth formerly of throwing the ball a lot. long pass to Reddish. who was i offense and defense. Eugene Johns,
the city limits of'Starke. pleaded ,I i University of Florida Electronics The Florida Bank at Starke will Bradford showed a potent pass- pulled down on the Macclenny 7 I a fast back playing safety, saved
\P Geraldyn Silva school music O ." piece of business taken hasio'nd : not be for business next '
Maintenance Department I
ignorance of the Uw regarding up ing attack last week against Mac yard line. Douglas went over for: Macclenny from having a couple
same and "threw himself .on .the Director. Lucian Conner chair- by the School Board at its regu- the staff of McGriff G. E.I|I!Wednesday, Nov. 11, Armistice clenny that meant one touchdown his score on the next play and De- I 10f[ more scores against them.

mercy of the court" at the Monday man of the door prize commute, i'tlir monthly meeting Monday re- Appliances as radio and television :i Day, a legal holiday In Florida.. I and set up another. In fact the Wayne Elder kicked the extra 1 STATISTICS

morning session of mayor'scourt. s that merchants are con- suited in good news for school tec"mician. r I Tornadoes were nearly as powerful point'to give the Tornadoes a 13-0 I BUS MC
I"'t valuable prizes which i,children. That was the official Mr. Culbreth has extensive C
rf in the air as they were on the 1st downs 13 6
I will be given away during the ,setting of dates for the Thanks- training in the radio and television f 301 MarkingIs I'lead.The
ground gaining 187 yards from last touchdown was set up Y d8. from scrimmage 187 53
After reading that section, ofthe, evening. | civing and Christmas school hOli- licensed- engineer and.
;i feld as a and 172 8
I scrimmage yards by passj j by a punt return that Eldercaught Passes thrown 11
City Codes dealing with gamblingand Persona planning- attend the|days. field technician. He will be loated Improved
ing. I handed off Passes complete 4 1Yd.
on his ,
issuing a stern lecture to the banquet are urged to contact Mr.\ .' 221 Ave. and will own
As decided by the Board. Bradford at Temple I Jimmv Reddish, who has scored i to Reddish on his own 30 and fora *. posing 172 rI
defendant, Mayor J. R. Wainwright :lade Mrs. Marian Howe I Radio and TV Road i l
or Countv schools will be known as Art's The State Departmenthas
atj let out *() all
sentence I points year, set up while it looked like Reddish I Passes intercrp. by 21
suspended and returnedthe the C of. C office immediately as { Nov. 26 and 27 for Thanksgiving.School Service. made good on its premise I these scores" against Macclenny. would go all the way, but was Yds. gained intercep. 27 10

$50 bond that had been postedby j it Js necessary to know how many children will be dismissedfor I i i I to erect better U. S. SOI mark- [With. lightning thrusts, the Tornadoes pulled down on the Macclenny-19!I Punts 1 5

the defendant. A punch board. I places to preparr at the cafeteria. I I the Christmas holidays on Fri- | Children's Committee : ers at Callahan according. to scored on a 64-yard pass I Ii !'yard I! line.Patray I I Avg. distance punts 5 S6i
used as evidence, was returned to I Tickets, are $1.25 per plate. Dec 18. i I
I av. and won't have to i I information brought here by ply on the third play of the I and Sidney Strickland ; Yd*. gained punt ret 69 0
the defendant\ .who said he would !,return until Monday Jan. 4. 1954. Bradford" County Children's ''
i tourists in the past few days. game to surprise the Wildcatsand alternated on running with Patray Kickoffs 4 1
kite to "cram it down the throat" I, Masons To Meet Turning to other business the comnvttee will hold its luncheon I : set them back on their heels.J1 going over for the score on the t JAv| *. distance kickoff 39 M

of the candy salesman who,sold it j !'School Board discussed and ironed meetine Monday %noon. NOT.. 9. at Travelers have reported that Sidney Jackson, from his left 7th play from one yard out. J( Yds. gained kickoff ret. 22 37

him. Bradford Lodge No. 35 F. &; A.'I out details of the Trustee Election the Gold House. the right-hand turn on 301 in, halfback position, threw a long Bradford's defense stopped i i Fumbles 2 2

to M: will hold their regular b!- (held Tuesday). Some minor I callahan is now well marked pass; to Reddish down the middle I Macclenny completely and. allowed j:I Fumbles lot 1 1

There were only two other'cases II III Monthly meeting'Monday, Nov. 9.|transportation problems were dis- |! New Jail Chaplain and should prevent confusion who gathered it in on the 30- the Wildcats only one deep pene-IPeniltk* (yds.) 55 5
-one for. running a red.light and' at'7:30 p. m. in the Masonic Tempi -i cussed. with no changes in bus f that has caused many motoriststo yard line and 'ran _for the first tration and that was on the:BHS Total yardage 477 96

one for intoxication! the may. '*. There will be work in the( routes being made, and current W. S. (Bill) Parker' was. appointed bliss the turn in recent', score. 30 yard line. 'I Next Friday night BHS will be

Entered Apprentice degree. All bills were approved for Chap- AU the in the first ,Vernon Teston Ketterlinus of St.
or's docket. Defendants in"thse 1 payment. Mod y as. official weeks and continue along U. S. scoring came played a great host to Augus
and Entered Apprentice Masons are It was an unusually short meet- lain for the county jail and will 1 into half with Reddish scoring the first game on defense and offense, but I tine. The visitors are always top
tailed to therefore Jacksonville.
cases invited to attend. Refreshments I jing, being adjourned well before: in the future have charge of all martcr and Wayne Douglas and his most outstanding play was contenders for the EFC championship. !

forfeited their bonds. ,...ill be served. lunch time. religious services in the jail. I Ronald Patray scoring the second receiving a long pass from Ron- I i ii ii i

C i

:> I


-.a. >- ',' '.-. ..... ... '-'

.:- ---;:. "" '. .- -rt'f".-' ". ...._. ..
-, > f < .
.;! '-T' .:
< ,. ,
.:. .. .., .
_'' :'.
:: : ; :
... .. III" .. '7'--.1
... < "
f IyY

.." ''J, ,- .. 7 i
. -I ,V K .. '. /, ,;tI
' V '
' ,
i Ftp

. FRIDAY .110\ .iiBEli 6, 1953

, . . .. .. .
F BRADFORD" E. L: MATTHEWS YYVVYYVVvvvvyvvvyyyyyHAMPTON. ..f with favors received by those par- ceased, late of said County, to the I (OFFICIAL SEAL) CfctrUs A. DarbY
ticipating. Taking honors in the I County Judge of Bradford County. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Susie BradfordRing Florida at his office In the court Ey Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
COUNTY EDITOR prize dance were Albert Staffordand house of said County at Starke, 10/30 4t 11, 20
It Betty Lou Linzy. Florida within eight calendar
VIEWPOINT months from the time of the first
F r. TELEGRAPH PUBLISHER by Mrs. Wm. W. Hammond Brian Kucera spent Saturday publication of this notice. Each I. Circuit Court, Bradford County.
e': up another score for the night and Sunday with Tom Longof claim or demand' shall be in writing Florida I. Chaucrry.Ruby .
. ... ..... .. ........ fighting Tornadoes! Score of the Starke. and shall state the place of residenceand Harrington, also known as
4i / post office address of the claimant -
Ruby Harrington Hamilton, Plain.
shall be
i;. ... t Mrs. S. Sibley and Mrs. i Mr. and Mrs.'W. E. Feagle had sworn to by the tiff TS. John Ward Hu Uon. Defendant -
Bessie Tonight's game will be played In as guests Saturday Mrs. Feagle's claimant her agent, or attorney, and Case. No. 10-016
Published every Friday and entered as 'second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida; under Cochrane of Theressa were plesant Daytona Beach, so look for a I any such claim or demand not so Notice To Appear '
callers in town mother, Mrs. C. F. Edwards and shall be void. To: John Ward Hamilton whose t
the Aet of March 3, 1879. home game next week. brother Robert B. Edwards of Gertie Mlles As administratrix I residence and addresq is: UnknownYou
Mrs. T. F. Brown
substitutedfor of the Estate of As executor: are hereby notified that a
all the horrible Jacksonville.Mrs. .
you see
'ASSOCIATION Mrs. George Williams several of the Last Will and Testa- I snit for
MEMBER FLORIDA characters around the school last ment of :Mrs. Rachel Browning Annulmenthas
days at the post office recently.Mr. G. L. Cox of Monroe, Ca.
Friday? Screams and yells were deceased. been filed against you In the
and Mrs. U. D. Dyal, Mrs. I enroute to Orlando, visited Mon- First publication October 30, 1953. above named Court and cause and
Elmer: Lewis and daughter Wan-. heard for miles around. The Hal day and Tuesday with Mr. and _, 10/30 4t 11/20 you are required to serve a copy of

'what they cannot do' da shopped in GainesVille' last: lowe'en Carnival was a great sue I Mrs. J. M. Bradley and Mr. and: IB Circuit Court Bradford County, your complaint answer on or pleading the Plaintiff to the
. cess as usual, and I feel sure the 1
I,Wednesday.Mr. Mrs. R. H. Cox. Florida I. Ckapcery.Mary Attorney Joseph K. Skipper. 221
PTA made. lots of money to use I Iduma Davis, Plaintiff vs. Graham Building Jacksonville
and Mrs. Charles Gaskins their I Miss Odessa Thomas of Lake Melvin. :Mixon Davis, Jr.. Defendant Florida
;! We sat in a modest farm house one De- Heaven's sake doh't threaten the very livesof and sons Jimmy and Tommy of on projects time during the year.I City and mother, Mrs- Mallory i Case No. 10-163. and file the original In the office of
for Of Pnhlttntlom
assembly programs AndNolle
: in 1939 for the throw citizens. the local weather Thomas and Mrs. Letta Thomasof the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
rember night waiting our Upon Palatka and Sgt. Eugene Naz- has been the policy this To Appear State Of Florida Toi or before the

}f a switch that would send electricity surg- bureau alone does our fishing, fleet dependfor worth of Fort Bragg N. C. spent year. A different organizationhas Starke spent Tuesday of last residence Melvin Mixon and address Davis,Is Jr.: Unknown., whose 30 'day of November 1953;

ing along the rural routes of Bradford Coun information as to when to go and come. Saturday! night with their mother -, charge of the program each week with Mr. and Mrs. P. S'I!I You are required to appear on otherwise Complaint will the be allegations taken as confessed of said

ty. To our congressional delegation we appealfor Mrs. Ena Nazworth and family. Wednesday, and a local minister Crews. November 1]t'named Court 30, and 1953, cause in ,the wherein above by yom.
Mrs. L. L. Wainwright and chil- This notice shall be
i help to save the weather bureau and not I conducts the devotional at the : Gainesville'|'[I plaintiff seeks divorce. Custody and I once each week for four consecutive
dren in
As the lights came on at last, dimmingthe let the government remove our last hope of Mr. and l. .rs. Bruce Roark and start. This week the Beta Club with Mr.spent and Sunday:Mrs. J. R. Phillips control County Telegraph of minor shall child.publish Bradford this I weeks In the Bradford County Tele
glow of smoky kerosene lamps an awestruck livelihood." children Patsy and Buddy of had charge and the new members and Order in next four weekly issues. Dated this 23 &y of October 19:-..
farmer muttered, "Glory be. Glory Starke, were Sunday dinner had to put on a skit. I daughters.Mrs. Witness my hand.. and offlca11 (OFFICIAL. SEAL) Charles A. Darby
seal at Florida,
W. H. Edwards went with Starke. this October
Clerk of the Circuit
be- It' was the bitter cry of a distraught country guests of the Russell Dyal's. Corn stalks, sugar cane, and Mrs. George Flynn and Mrs. 29, 1953. By Marian L. Crosby; Deputv Clrk.:

editor who saw the lifeblood of his little Mrs. Ena Nazworth and daughter bales of hay formed the atmos James Phillips of Starke to Jack- (OFFICIAL SEAL As Clerk) Charles of said A. Darby Court 10/30 4t 11 ;)

'. That night he and his wife enjoyed their village threatened by one belowthebeltblow Earlene were shopping in phere for the Sadie Hawkins sonville Saturday. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk -'
: radio again for the first time in months. The I Starke Saturday. dance last op Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lynch BuildIng :NOTICE! APPEAR
misguided,economy. Saturday. night.- Mothers -I James T. Wainwright of Melbourne Jacksonville, Florida. lit Circuit Court. Bradford Conaty,
, old battery set had l been beyond repair. I Miss Anne Brown of Starke I of the teen-agers furnished visited with his brother. I, Att>s. for Plf. 10/30 U 11/20 Pauline Florida IB L..Ch Wise..ccry-, Plaintiff, vs.

r It was a cry that night well be echoed' pent the weekend with her father, refreshments, and local merchants Louie L. Wainwright, Tuesday of NOTICE TO APPEAR Gordon L. Wise, Defendant
That homely scene was symbolical of the by a mother in :Moore Haven, with the Loren Brown. I donated door prizes. The Student this week. IB Circuit Court. Bradford County Case No. 10141otlce

, new freedom from drudgery that rural electrification -, waters of Lake Okeechobee rising high on Mr. and Mrs. John E. Ham- Council'and Teen Town memberswere Mrs. R. P. McLendon returned Florida Mae In Fanshaw.Chancery.Marilyn Plaintiff vs. \ : Gordon To AppearsTo L. Wise, whose residence -

was to bring to farmers and their thelevee; or by a farm wife, pumping water mond of Crystal Lake were 'luncheon sponsors of this enjoyable home this week from Knoxville, Floyd B. Fanshaw, Jr.. Denfendant. Parker,and 2944! address Macon Avenue.is: CO Brunswick J. D.-

wives along the RFD. from a shallow well and waiting until guests of their parents, the event. Tenn.,where she was called by the .Vollre To Appear Case No. 10-162 Georgia.

such time W. W. Hammond's on Saturday.The Everyone Is invited to the Jun- death of her mother. To: Floyd B. Fanshaw, Jr., whose You are hereby notified that a
as "private should suit for
told that REA is "all right"for
Now residence
we are ior Class dance this Satur- arid address Is: 1362
Grade held square Divorce and restoration of
( those who already have it) but fur- find it convenient( profitable) to favor Friday Eighth evening at the home a party of day night. It is being given in THE RIGHT POINT for the New Brooklyn York.Boulevard, Cay ,Shore, maiden name

ther expansion must be curtailed. Thousands her with electric power. one of its members, Miss Iris honor of the candidate for, queen. way you write. Come In and select Tour are hereby notified that above has been named filed Court against and you cause''1 and the

still waiting for the blessings of electricitywill McCullough. They gathered This week the band really does your favorite ESTER ROOH suit Divorcehas for I you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading to the
have to wait until private enterprisefinds Economy? We're for it. arounda huge fire in the yard, deserve a hand. One of the best Fountain BRADFORD Pen.COUNTY Only $2.87 TELE-at been named filed Court against and you cause in and theabove complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney

it convenient (and profitable) to extend Games'were played and refresh- performances of the year was you are required to serve a copy of Law Exchange Evan RuiUhng T. Evans., Jack-103
But it to ments were enjoyed by 15. given at Macclenny last Friday. GRAPh, your answer or pleading to the com- sonville, Florida
their; lines in sparsely settled areas. economy, seems us, means one plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
They did a drill, then went intoa and file the original In the office of
and Mrs. Williamson
less limousine for a cabinet head ; one less Mr. Wiley IB Circuit Court Bradford County, Evan T. Evans. 103 Law Exchange the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
. S liveried chauffeur for and family spent Sunday with little dance number. Florida In Chancerj. Building, Jacksonville, or before the
diplomat not
one !Mildred I. Blair. Plaintiff, vs. Wal- Florida, 23 day of November 1953:
less mile of needed power line,, nor one less relatives in Live Oak. Almost forgot one of the biggest ter K. Blair, Defendant. and file the original in the office of otherwise the allegations of said
We stood the locks at Moore Haven in
on Vernon Slade Sr. is on a busi- items of the week. School was Case No. 10-161 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Complaint will fie taken as confess-

mid-summer 1953. A mile away drowsed weather station for a struggling fishing ,ness trip to Columbia, S. C. dismissed at 1:20 on Wednesday I Order Appear Of Publication State Of Florida And NoticeTo Tot or 1953 before; otherwise the 30 the day allegations of November of Jd This by you.notice shall be published

the little town that was buried beneath flood town. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill and for the Bradford County Fair. All Walter K. Blair whose residenceand said Complaint will be taken as confessed .- once each week for four consecutive

waters from Lake Okeechobee during the Many of the new administration's funda- girls were in Pamona Park Sun- teachers were lucky enough to You address are required is: Unknown to :appear on This by notice you. shall be publishedonce era weeks ph. in the Bradford County Tele-

hurricane of 1926. August rains had day afternoon to visit the C. C. get off for'the fun. November JO, 1953, in the above each week for four consecutive Dated this 16 day of October, 19o3.;;
mental questions of policy were left. unanswered weeks in the Bradford Coanty Tele. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Daroy
Hills and called ,on the Fredd'.eWhidden's named Court and cause, wherein
Work work is in
ant more
brought the water to a higher than normal seeks divorce. ..Bradford graph. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
mark and the level being lowered by the 83rd Congress. Presumably near Palatka.Mr. store for members of the annual I County plaintiff TelesraDh shall publish this Dated this 2? day of October,I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
was by at least, we are told they will be in- A. L. Olson of Tarrington, staff as the job' of assemblinggets Order In next four weekly issues.Witness 1953. 10/23 4t 11, 13
means of a flood control system that has so my nand and official .. .. ._ .
troduced -
far prevented a recurrence of the 1926 as prepared programs at the session Conn called on Hampton friends under way. If you haven't seal at Starke. Florida this Oct. F._= .. _::_, .= __ _. :_,- -
; in January. recently on his way further south bought your ad, please do so, as 28, 1953. '
tragedy. for the winter. it will to'make better (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
help a an-
In these few remaining weeks, congressmen Mrs. Hamp Jones and Mrs. nual. By Marian. Crosby Clerk, Deputy of said Court Clerk HERB THOMAS RESTAURANT
But the lock said that
. superintendent even might well talk with the farm wife at the Rosier of ,Sampson City were See you next week .. Charles.R. Hess. 204 Guaranty Life
then to feel the Bldg.. Jacksonville, Florida. 301 1-2 MILE SOUTH STARKE 301
they were beginning "pinch"of well of'Mrs. -
husband dinner
or her in the field. Then they Sunday guests -SusieSTATE Attys. for Plf. 10/30 4t 11/20
a new administration. The hours of lock would understand that REA is not "creeping M. B. Layfield.

age had been cut, personnel curtailed, and socialism" but rather a blessed force that Buck Rhoden of Smith Lake yyyvvyvyvvyyyvyvyvvyvyvy. . TO WHOM IT NOTICE MAY CONCERN: Regular Meals -* Weekly Specials

plans for additional spillways abandoned., has spent a few hours in town Mon- You are hereby notified that I
brought a peaceful powerful revolutionon will offer for sale and sell at public Fountain Service
He recalled those dreadful of 1926. One
days the nation's farms in fifteen years. A day.Mr. FARMLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA sale to the highest and best bidder

desperate mother when wind-blown waters revolution that could not and would not have and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen livestock for cash: the following described

swept over' the town, tied her terrified chil- been brought about by profit-conscious daughter, Norma Jean, son, Ar- 1 spotted Boar, approximately SPECIALSUNDAY
pri- del and Mrs. M. B. Layfield visited 60 pounds;
dren in a tree but even then they were
vate enterprise. The decorated club house at 12 noon on the 3rd day of November -
Mrs. Layfield's two sisters at gala DINNERSTHOMAS
lost. ,
U53 at the South door of the
Abraham Lincoln Trenton Saturday.Mrs. was the scene of the Hallowe'enCarnival Court House, to satisfy a claim in
was not thinking in Moore of Starke and and dance Saturday the sum of $13.50 for fees expensesfor
This, fall the hurricanes miraculously by- ..D\ W.
terms, of false economies when he'said thata feeding and care and costs
passed Lake Okeechobee. If they had not. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Moore of I night. Coffee cake, sandwiches, ,thereof.
government should do for its people what Archer called on Mrs. T. F. pop-corn, candy and a big hit, October 29, 1953. t,
that tragedy of 1926 might easily have been they cannot do for themselves. I P. D. Reddish.
And to make
have "pronto-pups" helped
we Brown Sunday. Sheriff Bradford County.
re-enacted. yet to, hear Lincoln accused of being a New :Mr.: and Mrs. George Williams 'occasion one to be remembered. ltchg 19/30 GARAGE & SERVICE STATION

But Mr. Benson, the Secretary of Agriculture De'alist or .an advocate of "creeping social- and son, Howell, attended the :'Goblins, witches, .clowns, gypsies, :NOTICE! TO CHEDITORS
ism"; Air Show in Jacksonville ?nnday. etc. were on their posts to scare (193.1 Probate Act, Sf'c.o_. 119. 120)
sent his regrets. fHe 'could not come to Mr. and Mrs. Emory Brown :and charm you. while the grown- In The Court of the Coaaty Judge OPEN 24 HOURSEXPERT
Bradford Count, Florida,
inspect flood conditions in Florida "because
Assuredly we have no quarrel with econ- and son Randall, and Mrs. T. F. ups made merry, with chatter and I In Probate.In .
of drought" in his native Mid-West. omy but what economies are real, and Brown were in Gainesville Sundayand dancing. Best costume winners ,re Deceased.To : Estate. of Mrs. Rachel BrownIn -

t a what economies are false? The fisherman called on Frank Brown, a U were: Small girl; Cheryl Shealy -, All Creditors and Persons Having e WRECKER SERVICE

I risking his life without a weather station of F student. bride; Small boy, Jimmy Godwin Claims Estate or Demands Against Said :
We bought a paper in the little fishing and the anxious mother Mrs. John H. Parker returnedlast lamb.; Larger girl, Mary Dug; You and each of you are hereby
sheltering her
village of Apalachicola and turned week with her father, Mr. leer old woman; Larger boy, notified and required to present any PHONE 211-J STARKE, FLA.
to the
dren in the .
of a threatened levee near Buffalo Richard Dugger..;)pirate; Sev- claims or demands which you or
Herman Damon from .
editorial : either of you, may have against the - -
page could tell us if given a chance. who will spend the, winter eral other contests were enjoyed ,estate.of. Mrs. Rachel Browning de.: ___ __ pn _, __ ,_ __ __ _, ___ .

"No. no, Mr. Republican. Cut down on Congress and the. administration should with the Parkers. I .I

this and that. withhold anything but for ask and listen. Mrs and Mrs. George Williams

I and son, Howell, and William I

Clark were in Cedar Keys re
with Mr.- were' in Jacksonville over the cently.

Boone's: brother who is ill. weekend. Mrs. J. W. Horne and daughter,.

HIGHLAND Cecil Hardee, Homer Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Stringerand Mrs. Betty May were in 'Gainesville -
Winfred and Leonard Wilkinson son of Jacksonville were visi- last Thursday afternoon.The RIALL: "

By Mrs. Lacy Norman have finished working on Louie ting Mrs. Stringer's aunt, Maggie H. W. Bakers and childrenof V

/ AAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAChurch Carter's hunting camp at Ocala. Crews, over the weekend. Mrs. Starke. Rt. 1, called 'On the W.

Lonnie Prescott and son spent Crews returned home with them W. Hammond's Friday evening.

News. Saturday in Jacksonville to append a few days.: SCHOOLNEWS onsmr.. ,+

Sunday School 9:45: a.,.m. Wor- Ellen Norman, and\ Maggie Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Normanand Dorothy Hardy's mother .has .4

ship Service 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Crews were in Jacksonville on son visited their children in been visiting in Bradenton and her father for a I 1 I V.
Green Cove week. Dorothy
business Springs Tuesday.R. .
each Sunday. Prayer service each ,Saturday. and her
went down there Sunday
Wednesday at 7 p. m. Teachers Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Pease of St. C. Griffis of Lawtey cele- mother returned home with them:
Ga.'visited Nor- brated his 76th birthday Oct. 31
Marys, Lacey with her
meeting each Saturday 7 p. m. Linda Brookins went
with a dinner. He received many
mans Wednesday.
Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Rosier and I gift and cards. family to Cedar Keys on Satur-
the Mrs. Vernie Padgett and chi $ They caught fifty-seven fish.
daughter, Ann, were visiting 'day.
Lacey Normans Sunday. dren and Mrs. R. C. Griffis of Maudie Smith celebrated her My what a' fish fry! COI ti

Mr. an". Mrs.: Daniel Boone and Lawtey were Tuesday guests of birthday Oct. 27. Charles McCullough spent Sat-

daughter, Edna returned home the Lacey Normans. I,...... ...... ..." :... urday night with his grandmother L
Friday after spending severa'] Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie NormanALVAREZ' 1 rVYYTYYYY'GRAHAM I at New River. COSTS
The Wiz'amson children spent ; t s wa ,
Sunday with their grandmotherat ;

j STORE Established!\len's.Clothing 1894 I IIV, by Airs. Bonnie McKinneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAfMAii Percy Live Oak.Sullivan visited his grandparents L' ,

i | Friday in afternoon.Green Cove Springslast TO BUY -

Colen M. Ratliff of Norfolk, Va. There were seventy-two of our

pent the weekend with his par- pupils and all five of our teachersin

ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff.He religious services last Sunday. TO INSTALL }
That'8 Our Business
Grade Personalities
was accompanied by one of his Eighth I

If" It's Glass We Have It! shipmates from the battleship Clyde Dewitt Hersey'\the son
Iowa. Robert Dowling. of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Herseywas .r '
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Starling of born at Theressa. He lives TO OPERATE

Gainesville spent Sunday with there with his parents seven t
Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR
Mrs. Kate Starling.. brothers and one sister. Dewitt is .
five feet seven inches tall weighs
Mrs. .Clare Hardenbrook and
ANY GLASS NEED baby of Jacksonville recently spenta 139 pounds and is an active mem- nan any other kind of best

w. Design Modern Store Fronts few days with her parents, Mr. ber of the Hope Baptist Church.He .

Just Mail Us A Pattern for and Mrs. John Moody. likes to play football and dislikes -

Table Tops Mrs. A. J, Dryden had as guests raking yards. He plans to sA _ ti _.e.. rs :t.-: "t 1\:1 ;l ,. ((181 Qai
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Swillie and be a block mason when he growsup. 1
Gainesville Fla. Phone 4353
318 N. W. 13th St. -
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Newsome of 4All ,

Jacksonville.Mr. of our school children had a ,

and Mrs. J. H. Surrencyhad Hallowe'en party last 'Friday af '. /Ju

as guests Sunday their son- ternoon. They dressed in orginal Ct9iw2 k Dearborn Area Heat introduces a new concept in .

in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. costumes and played until their 'x. t ,

Padgett o( Hague Station and hearts were content. During the t
VV real comfort and It lets
V more enjoyable living. .
their granddaughter and husband afternoon the teachers served refreshments -| .d .. ask vt about Dearborn you .
INTEGRITY Mr. and Mrs. Marion McCloud of consisting of ice' r

Gainesville. cream hot dogs, cake,,candy and ;1, Heot. heat one room or your entire house..it puts heat
Area .we wont to fell you
Everyone cold drinks. A number parentScame
was sorry to hear of of ,
of conduct and dealing with better -
Ray Hines' accident and hope that and enjoyed the festivitieswith '. '
thoughtfulness and economy in all he will soon recover. the children. Several delightful :. \ about this newer, .better way ing.comfort where you want it when you want it

our serving these mark the reput- Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Davis and programs were given by

able quality of this well known firm. family visited with Mr and Mrs. the children in the auditorium. to heat your home 1 And...it costs you less in every way!IDON'T

berry Dyal and the Jeff Davis The eighth grade had a party at

family Sunday. the home of Iris McCullough last

DeWITT C. JONESPhone Friday night.

7"' Starke, Fla. Rat Banquets all over Bradford Howell Williams spent last Sun LET COLD WEATHER CATCH YOU

t'r" County beginning Friday. Watch day at the Air Show in Jackson- \

for the<<,store with the poster. Bay
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOar ville.We .
some warfarin at cost during are happy to have a new

local funeral home enable oj to otter conveniences: aU this campaign. family in our school. They are I I

services not otherwise available the children of Mr.' and Mrs. J.j i Slade Gas
Rdrmtof A. Williams who have recently Company

II' I I 11J ,-os moved here from Brooker. The

We furnish the highest type ctnrtce at lowest prices, and children are: Avey, William, Ralph
and Amelia.
accept AN 7 life Insurance policy In force lasted by ANT .

compiaj, as payment in part or in full on a funeral. I "t :666I Town rats like \varfartn. Kill PHONE 121 STARKE, FLA.

Consultation cwrtet no obligation. rats out of Sferke. Lawtey, Hamp
I I I I 111" I UQWO M UtUTJ-SAM fAST RfUB ton Brookrr, and Graham.
17' "T


6 -,... _L

r I Iyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy


Farm on Sunday.Mr. YYTYTYYYYYYYY YYYYYYYYY and baby of Philadelphia, Penn. visit here. l- .

and Mrs. ,L. P. R fuse and were visiting his! mother, Mrs. Mr. I and Mrs. Oscar Carter, a r.. rr

LAWTEY daughter, Jo Ann spent Sunday in LONG, BRANCH Katherine Sponholtz. Other guests Marion Carter and. sister, Mrs,

Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. were her grand children Glenn and Effie ohns spent several days :inMiamii

by 'L. tt Patch1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ,Hogan. bj Mrs. J. L. Strickland, Wa 'Sponholtz: of Jacksonville. I
Mr. and Mrs. D. B.Thomas and End'Jimmy Lang Mr, and Mrs. Freeman Crosbyof The i Hallowe'en Carnival at f+.
children, Donald and Dianne, / ,.
Tampa spent the weekend here school was quite a success in spite
spent Sunday in Jacksonville with AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASaturday
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wainwrightand visiting relatives. They brought of the'cool weather. Everyoneseem'e d' 1
Mr and Mrs. C. W.. Buff.'Theywent
children of Jacksonville were night several neigh- Granny Carmichael, back for a J to have.a good time.
by way of Macclenny! and
bors at. house to .
gathered our f
Sunday guests of his parents, Mr. picked up another son. C. W.
give Jim a surprise birthday
and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright and Thomas who also spent the ,day
ty. He was 72 last Friday but because -
family. In,Jacksonville. .
the Hallowe'en at
of play
Mrs. Hawkins and son of Archer Mrs. Mae Wells spent last Sun-
:the school house they put off
were weekend guests at the'Methodist day with relatives in Maxville. ewjowftINew ( !
the party one day. They broughtin
Mrs. of
Parsonage and attended the Janey Higginbotbam
refreshments and we all en-
Hallowe'en carnival Saturday rfaxville and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle .
joyed singing hymns and visiting.
night .'Schemell of Jacksonville were I I Daisy Lang and Bessie Strick Starke Tire Sales
guests of Mrs. Higginbotham'sdaughter
Mrs. A. H. Harley spent Thurs- land were in Starke on business
Mrs. J. L. Waters, and
day of last week with Mrs. afew, days ago.'While there they
Charles Dinkins Sr. in Jackson- family on Tuesday of last week. visited Lizzie.Strickland and were
Mrs. O. J. Phillips and children,
. ville. to find her feeling so bad Westinghojise
Ola Mae and ,Danny, and Miss i
Mr and Mrs. Leon Starling and and hope she has improved by .
children: Glenn and Gwyn, of Betty Faye Norman were in. now. presents the great new
Gainesville Sunday visiting Mr. '
Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof and Mrs. Leslie Phillips.Mr. We had a caller Thursday of elecfricClOIHES _. ,'..
Mrs. Starling's sister, Mrs., '
and Mrs. R. L. Smith of last week we did not expect Miss -
Shuford and Mr. Shuford. >,
George .
Lilly Wilkinson. We had butchereda
Jacksonville were Sunday evening '...
Mrs. 0. M. Heard and children, quests of his parents. Mr. and hog, Lottie'Starling was here "-,.

J-arry and Rickey, of Tampa and Mrs.J. J. Smith. R. L.:,is now employed helping, and while we were eat- DRYER .
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Harden of by the Greyhound Bus Co. ing our noon meal Miss Lilly came '

Ludowici Ga. were calling on as driver on a regular run between in, ate dinner with us and stayed /?/ &
friends in Lawtey Friday after- until late afternoon.
Jacksonville and points in South I /
I, noon of last week. Carolina and does not get home James Eddy of Green Cove
Mrs. Effie Miner and Mrs. to deliver -
very often. came Sunday evening -
Frank Wells and daughters, Mary Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Jones and the ballot box. Jim is clerk of the l ronly

Ann and :Nina were business visitors 'amily of Jacksonville were Sunday election again. for school trustees. -
to, Jacksonville Monday of guests of the C. A. McSwain Jack Wilkinson spent several J JesTr 4.WHEEL SAFETY

this week. I family. days in Washington. D. C. ion 95
Benton Futch of Gainesville was Mrs. R. L. Bradley and Mrs. business, returning home Sunday. Li ll1

visiting his mother Mrs. Joyce I Paul Bennett were shopping in Mr.; and Mrs. Willie Padgett

Futch Monday night.Mr. Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. have moved to Jacksonville.We '

and Mrs. Charlie Myers L. E. Thorpe of Virginia were informed that the .

and daughter, Sandra of Jackson- arrived in town Monday for a Clay Hill school cafeteria was. ff / /

ville were weekend guests of Mr. visit with her parents, Mr and robbed Saturday night. These ,.,,. "!:-",""" i\
; ,\
and Mrs. Tom Casey. Mrs. Charles Shuford. people who steal like this are tak- \ \\- .
and Mrs. W. M. Smith of -
Mr. "
Reddish food children and \ Vfi&
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant ing from our $
Kingsley Lake area accompaniedby
and mother, Mrs. V. R. Reddish we wonder how anyone can
Mrs. Smith's father, Reuben
were dinner guests of Mr. and stoop so low.
Bumgartner of Orlando spent Completely Automatic
Mrs. J. G. Godwin at the State The of the Ebenezer
Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. J. J* women Jo Insure
Smith. Baptist Church plan to organizea YourSafetyOnr

Wonderful!' I Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Markham ot WMU this Saturday afternoon.
All members are urged to attend
Gainesville were weekend guests
of her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. D. and take part in this work.

f Child's Cough, W. Starling. Sorry to report that Danny I

For coughs aDd acute bronchitis due to Mr. and Mrs. James Wainwrightof Thompson is on the sick list. In every way this new, low- MODEL DS-7 Fall's Slippery Streets !

colds you can sow get Creomulsion Melbourne spent from Satur- priced Westinghouse Clothes
specially PTAforQildren in a new day to Monday with relatives Yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy9HEILBRONN Dryer is your answer to fully "pay as little as r
pint and blue package and be sure: here and at Heilbronn. automatic drying.Just load it .
Your child will like it. '
ingredients.(2)(1) It contains only safe/ proven work Edward' Monday Lee morning Massey with started the and dial control set the Your exclusive clothes single will $ I 99 only as safe as your smoothest tire! Not 1,2 or 3-but All

(3) It contains no narcotics to dis the Humphreys Mining Industry. by Marian NormantAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA be dried as you want them, ., FOUR of your tires must grip if you're to ride safely/ on today's risky
turb nature's processes. Perhaps there are other local people i damp-dry for ironing or com
(4) It will aid nature to soothe and a week roads. That's why we're announcing this unusual 4-Wheel Safety
who have employ- .
accepted pletely dry for storage. Gone
r' heal raw tender inflamed throat and after a small
ment with this concrn and we justhaven.t all the work of Program. .
bronchial membranes, thus relieving Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt is still on is tiring drying down payment
tho cough and promoting rest and been informed of it. See
clothes on a line. it now.,
sleep. Ask for Creomulsion for Chil- Another new residence, and the sick list, he is slowly improv Come in today and here's what happens. At no cosf to you we .
dren in the pink and blue pacbae.CREOMOISION.
talk of more to come: Mrs. Joyce ing.Rev. Slanting Front- tN6NUUSEppff( thoroughly inspect tires, report to exactly how safe theyare.
your you
Futch has purchased, and had Howard Mott filled our pulpit Easy I.oacling'Comp.t.I os'.wnu o r ,JrE
moved to town, a house which she in both services Sunday in the AutomaticFaster / '- f0/0""*iv J vUPTO Then-should you need 1 or More new tires you can take

liOms Cad FOR EMit, CHILDREN Colds Acute Iraadttte.: located door to the on First Adams Baptist Street Church., next absence. and of the Mrs.pastor.Mr. Eldon. Sapp arid Drywg/ $10,000 WEEKLTC advantage of our special/ / offers on U. S. Royals, including the greatU.

Miss Arthurine Blanchard and Mrs. Freida Norman and daughter itt'ut/top* bar S. Royal Master-with /exfur/zed/ tread that holds on slick streets
f n
COLONIAL j I Mrs. Esther Mason of Jacksonville Linda, were visiting relativein JEEI E t t U where tires never held before! .
[ were dinner guests of the Tavares and'Orlando last week-
I .
i I A. M.. Blanchard family last Sun- end. you CAN fit SURE..IF trs,\VestlndhouseJSThIJNK

I'day. In the afternoon these ladies Capt. Milo Sponholtz, finance o TIME e .
accompanied by Miss Blanchard's officer is in
:brother, Robert, were visiting His wife.and daughter are making .
.Mrs. John McLeod and Miss Lena heir home in Dunkirk, N. J. $ FEED, & SEED COP !
: -. McLeod in Melrose. DRAWING ELSAFETY
i Mr. and Mrs. Peters have hadas I 'j "
For Occasions '** tl 1 Registration,.. books for the Cityof recent guests her mother, Mrs P PHON. 39 STARKE, FLA. I PRIZE __
: # Lawt ,v are now open at the
; Thomas an aunt and a sister o f .
,City hall each afternoon from SCD-4207" *
PHONE 218 __ $:30. until &;.00, .o'clock, except Alabama., SEE'OUt TWO BIG TV SHOWS..WESTINGHOUSE STUDIO,., ONE AND PRO FOOTBALLWhen II I, S
Mr;' and Mrs Ivan Sponholtz 4
Thursdays. Those residents who Li:
have' not registered in the city

i I will be required to register to be : _
( )
i L
i eligible to vote in the town elec- need rest _
,tion in December. you a _
I The Lawtey school'staged ,
another of its successful Hallo- i

POTTERY |I I 10f'we'en last,carnivals week. The Sa.urday highlight evening of want a Coke too 4Rkk TIRES

POTTED PLANTS I!I the chicken occasion dinner-except, of for course-this the usual you .Si ROYAL
Flowers 'ViredAnywhere year was the band concert on the
grounds j with music by the Brad- '

ford High School band. This was .t After hard work, you feel. the need

I Nona St. Stirke t'a treat indeed and though quietly !
accepted was thoroughly enjoyed I to pause and rest a bit. Fill
I land deeply appreciated.
/ When you do, make it the pause that refreshes .

I r, with an ice-cold bottle of Coca-Cola. .
to-do but
l attached-nothing t

l4I No strings and address; oOn our official l entry blank.

Winter-Proof' I leave your name be drawn from our sealed box on pEC. 1.

Your Home HOW! Your number may be at drawing to win,! '
.You need not ,
Just Tack On One Of Warp's '
Transparent Window Mate-
rials. Keep Out Cold,Wind,
.Rain.Snow{ I f \ \
This porch was enclosed by
the Owner and his wife in 4
just two hours for only$11.50
and U easily converted back

-... to a screen porch in summer. r ( .. v : \
You can do the same with \ Value
one of Warp's Top Quality $99
V Window Materials. Here's the Big Prize

.4I'l U. S. ROYAL ':/liJz.Rk/e.6 I

finest :\
g going on,
r, .., The same tires 1 now 1.1
Sam*Porch-Lifert! -,, With exclusive 4-wayW pro.ec.overDll 1
Cost Only *II12"i lla.ti new cars softest ride
= world's
b whitewalls,
ir r.( trop,slim-trim 35010
e Y "A advance

al t' y .. performance
l since introduction.

r N 7\ Y

%&&&&&& a<

t e iI \I .
4s & itl a 141v Don't Miss This! .

tfSs&ttMake t '1 \

&(/(%& STORM DOORS, | r +


andTackOn_ ENCLOSURES with one of
i *

Material SUct ski but Wmdow tuitod for% Top Quality Window Materials 1)I throughout our complete/ line!

your MJ from this ) rstftctforHow I
D w mM at your local p *
lad t* tur* Hi bromfed
"Wor '." sad Bern Windows,tool! 9 Special trade-in allowances and prices all through our
utt h s slw 1/ilsia I"- .
(I /1/ stock-the most complete tire line in town. Special easy
SS& creditterms-from. from2.00 a week. : ;

.. ..

.a 24 t.was I J//f/ H

pe$4a Tire SalesYour

sus? 314. ItLx ULASTIGLASS __ 1 ::0 ;' '1 Starke

wi .
!V W'
.: ;
r3WYe O-GLASS headquarters for U. S. ROYAL TIRES

Cor. U.'S. 301 and State Road 100 Starke. Fla.r .
I Warp's Top Qmhty Window Mat rlais AK Mot$old Dy Mof Order Homes "CoU"is a registered. odHnak Q,53.THE COCA-COlA COMPANY

l 1 t 1 1 -


I I 1I


: I
'iova' *
I _ _. __c _ _
:! -. "
: _
.' l Bride-Elect: HonoredAt S --t Stork Shower

Lovely Tea r- fI 7 For Mrs. "
.. --_ ( ; Patersorj
I In Woman's Club 'p ,.
11 i, -.. .; Mrs. Robert V. Chapman, Mrs. ...
Ernest E. Tanner and Mrs. Harry
One of the loveliest teas of the
M Hatcher Jr. were hostesseslast
fell season was given Thursday
afternoon Oct. 29, at the Starke Friday evening at a surprise
Mrs. :Maxie !' stork shower honoring Mrs. Robert -
,Woman's Club by
Gladys Mooty Mr.. ajd. 'Carter honoring Miss 'Kathleen G. Paterson at the home of

.Phone 25srr4rSSSSSrSr'S .CO' $ t-' Judd of Orlando. Vows :Mrs. Fatcher at Camp Blandine
'iMonday :
; p : The Hallowe'en theme was effectively
club attractively
srsssrrrssssrp J The rooms were
:-- '
---- decorated with palms against ,% used throughout the

Junior Club Votes i Methodist Circles Mrs. 'background and, yellow and home' for decorations and an at-
4 tractive bowl of marigolds formed
used to
bronze"floral pieces highlifht -
Financial Support Hold Meetings points, of intere t.- The man- -: the centerpiece of the refresh-

For Emergency FundThe Circle 1 of the Methodist WSCS tel .in the lounge' held'an artistic mont table.
:lon? arrangement: of yellow and ApT>ropriate games were played'urin
Mrs. L D xfning, .Jeader, met *,y ( j1. <*. the
? with Xlrs J
John W.Seiple. and balanced evening
Club met eold gladioli pompoms .
Woman's NightMrs.
Junior in the educational i-
Tuesday morning :
by silver holders holdingburning \L. ,, Stephens, Mrs. Gerald Griffis,
In the club house Monday evening building with Mrs. T. G. At each I .& : Mrs. J. H. Johnson and Mrs. Lon-
for the November meeting.Mrs. Mitchell and Mrs. H. H. Adamsas yellow tapers. $ ; ni" E. Fullwood .
winning prizes.Mrs
I I end of the stage in the club room
Jr. ,
T. C. Hazen, presided hostesses. During the business Paterson --
pedestal baskets of bronze many
and the membership voted to pay Mrs. 'T H. Slade announced were
meeting / -jt lovely gifts from the 20 guests.
mums and
and pompoms
$50 to the Bradford Emergency the study course to be r .
Relief c mmlttee this year from heldNov.. 16 at the educational interspersed with gold magnolia
leaves. The refreshment table WCTU Meeting
Thrift Club proceeds and send building and stated that this will \ _
two Christmas packages to servIcemen -I be 8''cover d dish luncheon affair. I 'was attractive with ruffled or- Held In Chapel
Mrs. gandy poised over yellow linen.
on the high seas. Mrs. C. T Rutland Gainesville
,The centerpiece was a graceful
Vernon Silcox reported a good will conduct the course using a.s Au'umn flowers were used in
sale at the Balloon Booth at the her text"book "Life and 'Task of '., arrangement of yellow mums and -LAir. decoratinsr the P. O W. Chapel
> .
bronze with gold leaves.in
P. T. A. Hallowe'en Carnival. \\he. Church Around the World." last Friday afternoon when the
:,: : the center of which were two
Mrs Carl Roberts announced Following the business Cession I .- Janie Avery of Atlanta, Ga A reception. followed the wed- Temperance women gathered for
wedding topped by a miniature -
around $30 netted on the Hallo- the devotional, "Everyday Christian rings and Starke and Edward Rhode' ing at Avery Inn with about 50 the October meeting of the WCTU
we'en dance; Oct. 31. The followIng Living" was given by Mrs. bride and grC'm. The cen- Carswell of Tampa and Louis. quests attending. The bride's table!' Several flower arrangementswere
flanked burning
terpiece was
new i ambers were voted on: W. E. Middleton. Mrs. E. L. Mat- ville, Ga. repeated marriage vow was overlaid with an importedlace placed in the chanel in memory -

.Mrs. Harry Hatcher; Mrs. Marvin thews had charge,of the program ;Jfiss Phyllis Faye trickland, '' following the ceremony. Palms,i:' tapers tea in and silver coffee candelabra.services were Silver .at a simple ceremony Monday' cloth and centered with athreetiered of the ninth anniversary of

Urquhart Mrs. Eugene HaJlip, using as her topic "The"'Christla l daughter of Mrand "Sirs.. Clayton white gladioli and branched can- placed at each end of the table. evening at the home of ,the forme'iMrs. wedding cake. The I the home-going of a former president -

Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Jr., Mrs. Don Home-iit God's Plan for a, Better :Strickland' of Kingsley Lake, became ,delabra were"used to decor te the Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Jr. greeted Avery, The Avery Inn. The enterpiece was balanced by silver Mrs. F. A. Scott. for whom
Patray, Mrs. Don Neel, Mrs. Mor World.". I 8:30: o'clock ceremony was reaL candle holders bearing burn the local union is named.
the bride of John W* Seiple, [hall for the occasion. i guests at the door and in the receiving -
ton Alpren Mrs. George Fortunas.. Refreshments served to.the son .of Mr. and Mrs c., A. Seiple'' Mrs. E. W. Hayes greeted, line were Mrs. Carter. by Rev. T. G. MitchelL ing white tapers. The committee on distributionof
Mrs. Robert Firth, and Mrs. Betty 16 members thei. arrival. i Mrs. Carswell chose for he' Mrs. W. H. Nollman presided literature made a good report.
upon of Sharon Pa. in a lovely cere- ;guests at the door and presentedthem Miss Judd and Miss Judd's mother, I
May. wedding a lovebird blue nylon at the silver tea service and Mrs. and several new member were
tfiony performed. Tuesday eve-I to the receiving line. The I Mrs. J. B. Spencer. Floor hostesses '
At the close of the business Circle 2..'\Irs. L. D. Green; leader rang. Oct.. 27, in the First Baptist I|'bride's' table was overlaid with a were .Misses Carol Jennings, street length dress complimented Bertha Pearce poured punch. Also added at this meeting.The .
T B. Seals. were addressed entertained by Mrs. C. E. with blue accessories and a corsage assisting in serving were Mrs. session was closed with the
meeting was Church, Starke. The Rev. L. D.I j hand-crocheted lace cloth and :Lu Green and Nancy DuPre.
Hernwall and her mother, Mrs.R. of sweetheart Louise Robles of Jacksonville Aaronic Benediction.Rats .
for mailing.Mrs. Haines officiated at the 8 o'clock centered with a lovely wedding Pouring tea and coffee and roses.
H. Russell, at the home' of the I cake with miniature presiding The daughter of Mrs. Carswell, Mrs.
cer nony. topped a at the silver services were marriage vows were repeated spread several dieas.
I Lucinda Clark, and Miss Annette
Shirley Pollet former Monday afternoon.' Palms, pedestal baskets of white bride and groom. The cake was Mrs. Lex Green. .}.Irs. L. D.i in front of an improvisedaltar of Jacksonville. .I II Kill rats and eliminate this pos

To Wed Mr. ShytleMrs. Following McComb the business 'the session devotional gladioli, and branched candelabra surrounded with fern interspersed Haines1,' Mrs. Lloyd Jennings and with palms, pedestal bas- Harper Following a wedding trip to! sibility. As many as 10,000 lice
Mrs Jack gave holding burning white tapers were with gladioli blossoms and tube :Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Also as- I
reading kets of white pompoms, gladioliand Miami and Key West Mr. and has been found on a single rat.
using a used advantage throughout the roses. Silver,holders with burning sisting in serving were :Mrs. E. F.
M. I Iawson: and Mrs. the Room" I I white ageratum. Lighted Mrs. Carswell will be at home to,
taken from "Upper church in decorating for the cere- j white tapers flanked the center- Miles, Mrs. T. B. Harding, Mrs. I
Wllma Dockstader entertained at and from the Bible. white tapers in branched candela- I friends at 405 Azeele St., Hyde Mrs. George'Simpson, Mrs. Claire
scripture mony. .piece. The punch table held two Garl Mathews Mrs. M. F. Hazen,
a lovely'tea Sunday afternoon at of the I I bra formed the background. I Park Tampa. Douglas and Miss. Johnnie Crews.
had charge
Mrs. Green I
The traditional wedding marches punch bowls surrounded with Mrs. L. N. Pickering, Mrs. L. F. ,
3 o'clock at the home of the latter Frank! '. I served following -
program and presented were used during the 'ceremony greenery, with white blossoms Dinkins. Mrs. D. L. Thomas, Mrs. Refreshments were
honoring Mrs. Shirley Pollet, Hollingsworth who gave an interesting prior to which Mrs. .Joe Jordan. .1'placed intervals.. I.John Deas, Jr., Mrs. George Flynn Baptist Circles Miss Dukes HonoredAt the games.OTI"E .

whose engagement to Reid Shytle article .from' the Meth- organist and Miss Joan Tenly, Miss Marjorie Strickland f of and :Mrs. Jesse Newsome. Met ThisVeek Lovely ShowerMrs. TO
announced at the OF INTENTION
of .Orlando was odist Woman, "Religion in Ameri- soloist rendered a program of Gainesville and Miss Marjorie I' Invited to call during the ap-v HEGIS1ER FICT1TIWI N 4MB
.. 'I
party, n an We", and Mrs. Ethel Lowell nuptial music. ,Miss Tenlv. sans I Dees'of Jacksonville.poured punch ,pointed hour, four to five o'clock The Ida Darby Circle met with Ruth Scott and Miss Johnnie otlce is hereby given that the

Mixed fall flowers formed the who read "Rewards of Thanks- ,"Because" and."Always." -I and Mjss Shirley Carpenter cut 'I were.300 guests. i Mrs. B. T. Thomas on Tuesday; Crews entertained at a lovely undersigned Chapter ,20.953 under Laws the of provisionsof Florida,

effective decorations throughoutthe giving" from the World Outlook. James E. Seiple of Jacksonville I. the'.wedding cake., :The. bride's I afternoon with 12 members pres!lingerie shower Monday evening Acts of 1941. will regi! ."r with the

home for the party. The refreshment The leader announced that circle served as best man and the ushers I book was ept by Miss Sandra i!!Miss Kathleen Judd ent. Rev. L.; D. Haines brought a honoring Miss Velmarie Dukes Clerk Eradford of the County Circuit, State Co of in Florida and for,

table held a nnlqu'erenter members will sell Christmas were Townsend Strickland .and Strickland, .sister of the bride. Also I very interesting program on "Ste- whose marriage to Curtis Edwardswill upon receipt of proof of publication

arrangement of a miniature cards to help with the special Clayton Strickland, Jr. assisting in serving were Mrs.. To. Wed Mr. Carter wardship". The hostess served delicious be an event of December. The of this notice, the fictitious which name 1

house with a fence around it and project fund.Refreahmenta. The bride'chose' for her matronof Cecil Townsend, Mrs. Ira Townsend -\ -JLI. ;t -- ] I refreshments. affair took place at the home of of am Bobbies engaged Bootery in business, under('/0 Pucky.

a mail box' fastened on the fence were served to honor, Mrs. John H. Deas, Jr.. Mrs. Elray Hanchey, and I $ SI West Call St.. Starke. Florida.. Sole
:Mrs. W. Madi- CallSt.
George Simpson on 34V.
It. Oakes,
with the engagement announcement 15 members present. who was attnred in an aqua suit Miss Evonda Bielling of Jackson. I Mrs. S. E. Sparks was hostessto owner., Starke Chas., Florida.
In the mall box. .:-. with black accessories and lavender the Dora Alderman Circle I son street. Dated this 5 day of November,

Games were played during the Circle 3, Mrs. A Wood, leader, orchid corsage. ville.The bride is a graduate of Brad- Tuesday afternoon, with 10 memo I Games were played during the A.D.. 1853. at Starke Bradford coun
afternoon followed by delicious met Monday afternoon in the The bride, who entered the ford High School, class of '52, and -j.-'Tt-- bers and one visitor present. Mrs. evening and prizes were won by Ity.I ?/! U 11 27

refreshments. ., IIJr ,_""' educational building with Mrs: church on the arm of her father, 'is employed at the National Fire I G. W. Alderman gave the devotional. I pEARL
., Bertha Pearce as hostess. Members chose'for her wedding a gray suit Insurance Co. of Hartford in Jack- i :Mrs. S. E. Sparks had chargeof ".-- .- .-- .. -- -. -
Shower Is Given were served refreshments complimented with blue accessories -I sonville. The bridegroom is a the program "Going to School". .
upon arrival at the meeting.Mrs. and a white orchid corsage.I graduate of the Sharon High -- Refreshments were served at the

For, Mrs. AveryThe .E. K. Ferryman president Mrs. Strickland selected for her School, 'Sharon, Pa., class of '47 close of the meeting. :
of the society, opened the meet daughter's wedding, a.Navy blue I arid is employed at R. L. Croas- -

former Mrs. Janie Avery ing with prayer and Mrs. Wood garbardine suit with Navy acces- dale & Co. in Jacksonville. The I Lorena Epperson Circle held

was the honored guest last Friday conducted the business meetingand sories and a white rose corsage.A young couple will be at home to its regular monthly meeting Tuesday -

evening at a lovely surprise miscellaneous gave the devotional using as reception was held in the friends at' 2569 Myra St., Jack- afternoon at' the home of
shower given by Mrs. her topic."Same I Company" church recreation hall immediate-. sonville. 1 Mrs. Ewell Lawson on Water St.
W H. Nollman and Mrs. Bertha Mrs. W. H. Nollman had. char e COOKS
members In
with eight present.
Pearce at the home of the latter.: of the program and read "Still an bl1t /{ ,,. the absence of'Circle leader, Mrs.R. I
Seasonal garden flowers and hi- Angel There" from the World .. .".
B. Alvarez, the meeting was
biscus i were used in decorating; Outlook.. The meeting "was. closed I,. t .. ., '"- ', : h'.., presided over by co-leader Mrs.

Mrs., Avery. whose marriage toEd with,.prayer.Business. ., z.: Powell with Mrs. D. L. MEATS FEED.
'J....!. '' ...' .b'. .i L. G. GROCERIES -- --
Carswell was an event of Monday w Thomas giying the discussion. A i .

evni1 n!: received i many lovely ..- Circle 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Spencer of most interesting program was pre- U. S. 301 IN NORTH STARKE

gifts. 1. ';. ..: .: Orlando announce the engage- sented by Mrs. G:V. Lee. Refresh- Phone 339-J I
of ment and approaching marriageof ments were served by the hostess.
The regular monthly W
: the WMS Business Woman's Circle sih'an; array of witchs, goblins, j son,. Nov. 4; J. 'M. Edwards, Sr., Mrs. Spencer's daughter, Miss I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVEDWE

Turkey Slipper will be held Monday, night :horrible faces, etc. that wereon Nov. 3; Lillian ,Stump, Nov 2; F. .Kathleen Judd, to Maxie Carter, Mrs. E. W. Hayes was hostessto CLOSE 9:30 P.M. SATURDAYSPrices

.' educational parade from door to door Fridayand F. Stump, Nov. (T; Susan Buckleywill Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Fowler Circle Tuesday
The Ladies Council of the First Nov. 9 at 7:30: in the Daisy Good Thur. Fri., Sat., Nov. 5 6, 7
Saturday nights for Tricks or be a year old on Nov,.8, Jerry Carter, Sr. of Starke. afternoon at her home on Madi- ,
Christian church will have a Tur- building. -r- Treats! just about ate tb.8 folks Colley will be 17 on Nov.,6, and The wedding will be an eventof son St. with Mrs. C. A. Darby

key supper Thursday, Nov. 12 at Buy warfarin and kill rats. A .out of house and home couldn't Penny Hollingsworth' 13 on Nov. Monday evening, Nov. 23, at presenting the program, "Let's Go .

the American Legion Hall from! rat, will eat over $5 worth. of grain, find any appreciable damage done 8. Jill Oakes was 72 on Nov., 2! 7 o'clock in the First Baptist to School". Eight members were OSCEOLA I

:5:30: p.m. to 8 p.m. Bazaar articles In a .year and It costs only one over the weekend' by the Hallo -at least that is how many can- church, Starke, with Rev. L. D. present and it was reported that BAKERITE

will'be on display at 2 o'clock. penny. to kill .him. we'en pranksters outside of a deflation dles Ducky Linsin put on the Halnes reading the nuptials. two members had attended the RICE'3'b
of the household larders birthday cake that he presented to I Miss Judd has chosen Miss Betty Study Course taught by the pas-

by the looks of the bags of loot her never saw so many candleson Fortner of Bradley Junction as I tor. Delidious refreshments were
the kids gathered on.their rounds I one cake-they were even sticking her maid of honor and the brides- served. tin 730 5.lbs 57c

I,, might even try it myself next out of the sides. Inez and maids will be Mrs. Wallace Faulk S I .
STARKEI year. Lloyd "Green will celebrate their and Mrs. C. H. Dittmar, both of Mrs. J. R. Chasteen. Jr. was

See Charlie and Jill Oakes have 22nd'wedding-anniversary on' Saturday Jacksonville. hostess to Helen Masters Circle I USNo.1

opened a shoe department in the Donna Dee Faxon cele-! Flower girls will be Marion and with Mrs. J. A. Griffin presenting

RADIO TV SERVICE tack: of Ducky's store last Satur- rated.her 9th birthday on Nov 21 Martell Faulk, nieces of the bride- the program. Mrs. F. B. "Beard I POTATOES 10'bs.' 27C

day and wish them lots of successIn with a birthday party in :Mrs. groom-to-be. gave the devotionals. Letterettesfrom

their new venture hear that Bridg<<:s. 3rd grade class room. Dr. O. L. Haynes, Jr. will serve foreign missionaries were
I Reasonable Guaranteed Service Hazel Phillips is nursing now over Sharon Noegel. who was 4 years the groom as best man and the I read by Mrs. F. F. Flume and HERSHEYS Maxwell House

at the Farm Colony in G'ville and old on Monday, was hostess to 20 I ushers will be A. E. McKinney, Mrs. Dan Moore. Mrs. L. D.
On AlI'Makes Radios or TV Joan: Furlong is taking Hazel's of her little friends at a party that I Jr. and George B. Flynn Jr. I Haines gave an interesting talkon

place at Dahmer's see John afternoon the youngsters received I A reception will follow the wed "I Saw Our Missions at Work". SUGAR COFFEEWith

IF YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS Godwin is now working for du balloon-whistle favors and, ding ceremony at the Starke A salad course was served by ,the

Pont and Edward Massey is work-' played games after refreshments Woman's: Club. hostess. S'bs' 39c' l'b tin 79c
NOT GIVING YOU : being issued
No invitations are ; SI
4 ing for Humphreys Gold while M. Larry Noegel was 8 years old S
SATISFACTIONCall L. Elder has been added to the Oct. 25 and entertained 15 guestsat but all friends invited and relatives to attend.of:I Doris Knight Circle met in the (With $5.00 Gro. Order) ( $5.00 Gro. order)

Slade Gas salesman staff a lawn party Bobby Dodd the couple are Baptist Educational building Tues

; 198-W At Once Word from Thomasville, Ga. that celebrated his 3rd birthday at a day night at 7:30 with 18 mem- I.
Evelyn (Stump) Griffin won a party for seve'ral of his little Father-Son Banquet bers present. Mrs. J. E. Hardy
bath size 19c
blue ribbon on table arrangementsat friends at the Baptist Rec. Hall Given By R.A. GroupA gave the devotional. The programwas CAMAY SOAP 2

228 E. Call StreetTHERE'S Next Door To Nasworthy's the Garden Club there Carl on Tuesday afternoon the:% party presented by Mrs. J. T. Law- ,

Johns and J. W. Powell' attendedthe was given by his mother, Mrs. W. Father and Son banquet was son. The hostesses, Mrs. J. E. -
United Motor Court Nat'l. J. Dodd Jr. and Mrs. Harry Hatcher, SWANSDOWN
'- con- and Mrs. Dan Priest held Monday evening at the Baptist Hardy JIM DANDY
vention in Atlanta last Wed to Sat. Recreation Hall for membersof served refreshments at the closeof

I the only ones I could find thatattended'the Word comes from Marguerite the Royal Ambassadors and the meeting. GRITS FLOUR

U. of F.-Auburn game (Shriver) Corn that she and hush their fathers. Serving as hostesses p
last Saturday in Auburn Ala. were tand Ira have departed their homein I'' members of
affair were
Judge Perryman. Albert Lee.Crosby Pasadena, Calif. for several 'the Ida Darby and Helen Masters 5/bs/ 29C S'bs 39CLimit

Jr.. and Seeber Goodman. weeks to enjoy a tour of the Car- ;, circles. .

I've already started a list of those nbean. sponsored by the PasadenaC | The U-shaped banquet table ( 2. This Price) (Limit 2))

who aren't* going to, attend the of C Will be back home (carried out the Royal Ambassador -

Fla.-Ga. game in Jax Saturday-. about Nov. 23 Nice to see l I colors of blue and gold with

will take up a lot of less space Supt. L. F. Chapman of the State!blue and gold streamers running Many Specials Not Listed --
hear that 2nd Lt. Bruce Mathews Farm in town this week, looking down the length of the table with -- ,

I has been transferred from quite recovered from his accident, !nosegays of gold pompoms tied

The Arnold Engineering Developing except his arm still in a sling j with blue ribbons placed at in- THEBROWN

NO ARGUING ABOUT ,Department Center in Tulla From the size of the limb that fell'on tervals. A tiered birthday cake Fresh D & D FreshD&DFRYERS

homa, Term to U. of F. where his his auto at Citra, I'd say he's !l centered the middle table honoring DERBYRESTAURANT

TO LiI'IN an ,instructor and the Lowell lucky to be here and how:the 45th birthday anniversary .of HENS
WHERE EAT Mathews family will be moving thankful we are to see him around I I the Royal Ambassadors.Rev. .

here soon from Neptune Beach agam L. D. Haines opened the Ib
STARKE while Mr. Mathews is working on Hear that Rotary song leader'banquet with prayer and leaders, Regular MealsAt lli 49c 39c

the new du Pont plant at Lawtey George Huggins and the guest Ed Hildebran, Robert Barksdale Popular PricesCatering

EVERYBODY SAYS"MEET hear that Bert.Newcomb, whois speaker,.State Trooper Frank Esk-I end Mrs. Clyde Priest, each giving
working with the Geodetic Sur- I ridge... took some goodnaturedswipes : short talks. Greetings were ex S SMOKED
YOU AT ) I1TUCK'S" vey Group is now working in San- at each other Wednesday' tended 'by Tommy Haines and To SAUSAGE Ib 24cALL

I ta Fe, N. M. after four months in George announced it was the Gary Hildebran gave a talk on

k Alaska .. third time he'd' heard Frank make how the Royal Ambassadors got Banquets and _
Little Mike Sheppard underwenta the speech so when the ,latter's their name. Mrs. Priest gave a MEAT'WIENERS

IWHY, ? tonsilectomy in the Alachua. turn came at the mike he sug- ,talk on "A Boy". Wedding Receptions .

Gen'l Hospital on Thursday .I. gested that Rotary Internati nal' Following the banquet, games Ib 29c:

The Best Food ( : glad to see Grace Ritch and Hazel conduct school for would-be song conducted by Douglas Nolin, were .
Ritch back'on their jobs after a leaders, since they always awardedto ---
The Best ServiceAt I sang played and prizes were
bout with virus hear that the same wherever '
songs he .
spoke & BRISKET
qL. ..... the winners.Sixty 0 SEA FOODS BEEF'orPORKRhl3 :
Reasonable Prices Charles and Ruby Shepherd of Just--C good, clean fun But guests enjoyed the affair. DINNERS
Tampa will be here over the weekend a CHICKEN
George better look out how he's STEWBEEF.
and will attend the Fla.-Ga. HOMEMADE PIES ROAST .. \
Comfortably Air Conditioned game ? hear that wedding bells sassing those State 'Troopers '. ,CEMETERY WORKINGThere FRESH VEGETABLESBob .

will be ringing sometime the lat- They,.always have the last word, will be a working at

ter part of the month for Shirley you know . Brown's Cemetery on Saturday, Larkin Weeks ib 39c ibJ' 15.C 1
Pollet and Reid and
fAT TUCK'SAUTO CAFE Schytle Well! so'long for now See Nov. 7. Interested persons are t
[ Birthdays are being celebratedthis Managers T
week by Leslie Biggs Nov. 3; you In the next -.. asked to come and bring tools to t T. :" _' ;)1" i
John Torode, Nov. 2; Ressie Col- Carolyn. work with. !



... -

" I

------ -

_t-r rfs rISC.7IN Mrs,,E. F. Miles was called to ').{r. nd Mrs. Bill Joyce of Tallahassee and /fie the original in the office or One'Xew'Tandum -Drive DelselMoWjjjCJradeav. Florida i IB Ckaaeerr. tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County -
r-- J- II51JI c the? Cleric of the Circuit'Court on 104.)iorse power Beatrice; Luraley Plaintiff. vs. A. L. Telegraph shall publish this Order -
Warner .Robbing,"Ga; on Sunday will "be weekend guests of oritetore the 7 day of December with"Bb because of/the illness of her mother Mr. and Mrs.. Stanley NoegeL The 1953; otherwise the' allegations of not less than 22,000 pounds. Mole Case No. 10-176 I. Witness my hand and official sealat
six said Complaint will be taken'as e afes&ed Board not less than 13 feet. Tire Order Of Publication and Notice To Starke, Florida this November 5,
Noegels will entertain .
;Mrs.A. F. Brown. by you; site 1400 x 24. 12 ply. No Cab. Appear state of Florida 1953. *>
at a dinner party Friday evening This notice shall be .published I ,Any warranty or maintenance of To: A. L. Lumley, whose residenceand (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A.Darby
Dr.: and Mrs. Mark E. Admasof in honor of M .and Mrs. Joyce and once each week for tout consecutive I the equipment offered shall be stated address is: 220 Monument Street. ,. As Clerk of said Court
were visiting Mrs. Carrie { weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph. -i in the bid. Payment will.be made Augusta, Georgia' By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Perry will also take them to the Florida- :on a monthly time payment basis You are required to1 appear bn Zach H. Douglas 505 Lynch Building
THE NEWS Admas and Dr. M. B. Herlongon Georgia football game on Satur- Dated this 3 day of November, commencing: first Monday in January December 7,195J; In the above nam Jacksonville. Florida.
Sunday and Monday. 195S. 1954 and continuing the first ed Court and cause, wherein,plain. A\tys. for Plf. ll4t 11/27
i (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Monday in each month for thirty
----- - - ,
day.Mr. Clerk of tIe Circuit Court consecutive months without Interest VTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT VV
I dreamed I was sawed in hall By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. finance charges and at least
and or ,
Whel- Mrs. E. M. Davis, and
'Live' Oak Mr.and Mrs. W. Wayne -
Rev. J. E. DuPre 11/4 4t 11:1I of the bid will be the
Bra. price
in my Maiden Form Stumps I _____ U'I.
spent several days the first of the ler and son. Galen Leo of Kansas Mr. and Mrs: John Mixon and down payment.THE .
I The
Dept. Store. CALL FOR BIDS Bring Family To TheGOLD
were Sun- -
week with Mr, and Mrs. J. H,Du City, Mo. visited Mrs. Wheller'ssister on : The'Board of County Commissioners OF BRADFORD
Pre. Mrs. Leo Champion and Mrs. Maxie Carter spent the day visiting Mrs. P. E. Stone'and ; of Bradford County. Florida will COUNTY. FLORIDA.By I
Miss Mamie Anderson. receive sealed firm bids at 10 A. M. Charles A. Darby.As ,
family last week. The Championsand weekend in Jacksonville at the December 7th. 1953, subject'to its ,
Its Clerk.
Miss Agnes Ward .and Miss -guests visited St. Augustine' bedside of her granddaughter How rats acceptance or rejection on or before
many hayou Open
Hannah WArd of Gloversyille N. ? January 7th 1954, for the purchaseby
and other of confined
points Faulk
Marion was
the door and If you see or hear ,it of the following.' ,I" Circuit Court IIra.rord County -
Y. arrived Wednesday for an indefinite while here. Vincent's with -
interest in St. hospital _
just one, you .can bet there are - a -
visit with Mrs. R. T. who is
Little Marion, Tl.rLrl.fu.nJ-u-u-IrIJ-LP1J-L
pneumonia. at least 10 or 12 you don't see.
Fowler and :Mrs. Ruby Collins., I ,
Mrs. W. B. Thompson has returned now 13

Mr. and }bFS. H. B. Montgomeryof to her home after undergoing grandmother, while her mother Friends will regret to know that
Mrs. Wallace Faulk is sick with "Uncle" Charley Farrelly i is, seriously -
Alachua General
Gritfm:: ba. are visiting Mrs. guro-ery at .
flu. ill and has been taken to a PECANSMEANSMOREBONEYFORYOD HOUSERestaurant
W. F. Godwin and Mrs. W. .J. Hospital.Mr. sold
I hospital in Roanoke, Va. by his .
Chandler. : and .Mrs. Earl ''Middleton Mrs. Dan Priest spent from son, who came for him last week-

Raincoats and Umbrellas atStump's. Mrs. Ellen Bowling, and Mrs. Saturday to Monday in Columbia, end. For several years Uncle

Della Wellam of Jacksonville were S. C. Visiting her husband Charley has made his home on

visiting Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mid- Sgt. Priest. who is stationedat the Bessent place east of Starke.

Mrs. J. M. Edwards entertained dleton on Sunday. Fort Jackson. Sgt. Priest
and Watch for the store in your
home on Thursday
Sun- came
at a family dinner party
day celebrating the birthday an- Mri.Ef fie. Johns had as Wednes- his family 'back to Columbia, community displaying the red t

of Mr. Edwards, whose day guests Freeman Johns of Lake S. C. to make their home their. poster Rat .Banquet. AT

Butler Mrs. Bessie Sapp of Rai- For A Delicious Dinner
birthday feU on Tuesday. Helpingniversary White-\ Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Courtney
ford, and Mrs. Carrie Smith of
to celebrate the occasion were man of Albany Ga. and Thad -NOTICE TO APPEAR GROWERS\
and Mrs. W. M. Edwards, Mr. and Bushnell. Dankel and J. F. Ratcliffe of !. Circuit Court. Bradford COIBTT,, GOLDKIST PECAN I

Mrs. J.'M, Edwards, Jr. and family Floridat IB Chancery.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Christy of ,Brunswick, Ga. were guests at a Annie Mae Jones. Plaintiff vs. Hob- V

and Miss Carolyn Edwards of,Augusta Ga. are visiting Mr. and fish dinner at the Dave Paulk ert William Jones. Defendant.Case No. 10168N"otlt't' 321 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.'

TJ. of F. :Mrs. S. R. Johns and family this home Tuesday evening. To Appear.To J MENU
: Hobert Williams Jones whose
...Mrs. Carrie Ritch is In Hialeah residence and address is: Unknown: -- -- ,
Now is the time to Fertilize I
visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Ritch, Mrs. Ed Hicks and son, Billy your'Gardens, Lawns and Flowers.We suit You torDivorce are hereby notified hat a J J J __'_ 811II"Aft' .
Jr. and family for two weeks. Soups and Appetizers
Ed of Maxville spent the week- have Vita-Grp, Ily-Gro, Magic v
Rat are prolific! One pair of end wijh Mrs. Hicks' mother, Bloom and Gro-Tone. Sistrunks.I has been filed against you In the .
Mrs. Havana Johns. above named Court and cause and Fresh Home Made Beef Vegetable Soup _________ 25c
rats may raise 50 or more rats you are required to serve a copy of
In One of rats can be Mrs. Edward Charbonneau of St. your answer or pleading to the Fresh Crab Meat Cocktail, Sauce ________________ 65c
a year. pair :Mr. and Mrs. Clyde "W. Colson Wor- complaint on the Plaintiff Q
her sister of I
the beginning of S50.000.000 little Petersburg and Attorney Evan T. Evans, 103 !/ Fresh Shrimp Cocktail, Supreme ________________ 75c
entertained at a family dinner chester :Mass will be house guestsof
ones ,In three years If left alone Law Exchange Building, Jacksonville /4JfjJAtP.iilrII"/4/ll/J 0 Chilled Tomato Juice _________________________ 15c.
party on Sunday in celebration. Mrs. C. F. Ward this weekend Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gay and their son Thomas F. Colson's while visiting old riends nere. and the file Clerk the of original the Circuit in the Court office on of \ ENTREES: Hot Rolls and Butter with Entrees

laughter Geraldine, were visiting birthday anniversary. Approxi- )r before the
20 of the Colson childrenand Order Your Photographic Christmas '7 day of December 1953; ::
friends in LaCrosse on Sunday. mately Cards Xo\v. Bnllington Studio otherwise the allegations of said. DIAMONDS 1. Roast Fresh Pork Ham Spiced Apples __ 1.50
grandchildren were presentto Complaint will be taken as confessed
Rep. and Mrs. Doyle Conner help celebrate the occasion.. & Gift Shop by you. i., / 2. Chicken and Rice, Southern Style ________ 1.50

were in Monticello over the week- This each notice week shall for four&e consecutive publishedonce 1i '. 3. Whole Broiled Flounder, garnish __________ 1.50
returned home '
end as 'guests of Rep. B. E. Bennett Star Brand Mens and Boys Saturday Mrs. W.after B. Parks two weeks visit weeks.In the Bradford County Telegraph. :.\ ..h"I. .,7" r ThJi 4. Roast Sirloin of Beef Natural Gravy _____ 1.50
in Marianna. Dress and Work Shoes atStump's. with Mr. and Mrs. Dameron Black, Dated this 3 day. of November, K 5. Four Vegetables, Hard Boiled Egg ________ 95c
Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart I Jr. in Atlanta, Ga. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb Choice of Two Vegetables
.Clerk of the';Circuit Court
of Keystone Heights celebrated Attending the all-day meeting! Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs. E. By Marian L. Ciosby-: Deputy Clerk
their second wedding anniversary of District Three of the 11/6 it 11/27
Monday Fresh Green Beans
L. Matthews and daughters, :Mary: Whipped English
Sunday by having dinner with Garden Club at the Garden Cen- Agnes and Anne, and Shi Ann NOTICE TO APPEAR Peas, Sweet Potatoes, in Jacket, Whole Kernel
Stewards mother :Mrs. M ter in Jacksonville were: "Mrs. R. IB Circuit Court. Bradford Ceuntj.
Mrs. Smith saw "The Robe" in Jack- Florida In Chancery.! Com.Choice -
F. Young, Mrs. M. F. Hazen, Mrs.P. .
H. Colley. sdhville Wednesday afternoon. Jean Proszek. Plaintiff vs. Edward
J. QuatUebaum Miss Clara Proszek. Defendant. of Salad '

:Leaman Mrs. J. T). Doyle andMrs. Mrs. Carl LaMar Johns and Vatlce To App..... Case No. 10-174 .

.V. V. Hazen. baby of Gainesville spent from Friday To: Edward Prosaek whose, residence -
Tossed Fresh Salad Deviled Half
Vegetable Egg on
and address Is: Unknown. //i
to Sunday with Mr. and :3Irs.; \
DKBIC ;Mr. and "Mrs. Joe Edwards of You are hereby notified that a Lettuce Garnish
Carl Johns.
suit ;for
Homestead were guests Thursdayof Divorce
I TARKE. last week of Mr. and Mrs. J. I Beautiful assortment of has been filed against you in the Desserts
above named Court- and cause and
D.; Doyle. The Doyles also had as Fall and Whiter Dresses at you are required to serve a copy of
Fit Sat.-Nov. 6. 7 your answer or pleading to the complaint Apple Cobbler, Home Style or Strawberry Short Cake
guests on Friday, :Mr. and :Mrs. Stump's.Mrs. on the Plaintiff's AttorneyT.
.. .. W. B. of High Springs.Mr. .'
Dowling BeveragesCoffee
Grace Rodenberg of Royal- and file the original in the officeof
o the Clerk of the Circuit Court ou
I and "Mrs: L. F. Dinkinsvisited ton, HI. spent the weekend with or before the '7 day of December. EASY TERMS!
With Barbara Stanwyck Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson. 1953; otherwise the allegations of \ Special Blend Tea Iced or Hot
M. E. 'Yorkat
Mr. and Mrs.
said Complaint will be taken as confessed -

-And- Fernandina Beach on Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Airs. G. S. Newcomb of by you. "SPECIALTY OF THE HOUSE"
Thi nottnahi!! be published
SUBMARINECOMMAND Starke and Mr.ana Mrs. Fred Guyof once each week tor four consecutive .
and Mrs. J. T3. Hardy -visited -
weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
Gainesville attended the Coca- BROILED BEEF TENDERLOIN STEAK
Mrs. L.. W. Barry, a patient Cola Bottlers Convention at the graph.
Dated this 4 day of November. French Fried Potatoes .
William Holden, Nancy Olson. In the Alachua General 'hospitalon George Washington Hotel in Jack- 1953. Fresh
and William BendlxFlurf (OFFICIAL: SEAL) Charles A.Darby Green Salad Roquefort Dressing ,
Saturday evening. sonville from Wednesday Friday Clerk of the Circuit Court PHONE 265 STARKE FLA'. ;
Hot Rolls Butter, Coffee, ___ ____1.95
Serial "Lost Planet1Chipter \ i I -' ff tIi .... EMrs.Newcomb's mother. Mrs. By''Marian d L. Crosby Deputy CJerk. t .. ,. H ; ,. ,... I.. ,7- -
*<.!! and Carl'"m|? I 'Now V the' lme .to Fertilize tl. P? Moye,. of Orlando is staying 1 : "4. 11/6 4t U/n : \ AAAAALLAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ALA&AA&&AWe .',,

1 'ou'G'rdens., Lawns and Flowers. with BjTon and Chuck Newcomb XOTICH TO APPEAR

,Sun.. Mon.-Nov.. 8.9 We have \1t '-Gro. Hy-Gro Magic while the Newcombs are away. Florida IB Circuit In Court.Chancery.Florence Bradford. County' I

and The- Bloom. and Gro-Tone..Ststnmks: r.a. M. Malove. Plaintiff, vs. Have Values
Tarzari Outstanding
Hole-Proof Nylon Hose at Edward J. Malone Defendant 'I ,
Card No. 10-175
SheDevilWith VT!VYTYVYT V VVVYVVVVYVVVV Stump's.Mr. Notice To Appear. ,
To: Edward J. Malone whose residence : : Throughout our Entire Store
A -
.. Tex Barker. WHERE TRAINING AND and Mrs. C. R. 1ofOreand and address Is: 449 East 34th

Plus Short J.4 .Cartoon. ante .NewsTues. EXPERIENCE COUNTIf sons of Archer were Sunday guestsof Street You are Brooklyn.hereby Xew notified York.that a ,- L S For The Wise Shoppers Who

Mrs. D. W. Moore. suit for Divorce 9
need a truss or surgical has been filed in the
10ONLYMY you against you I '
., Nov. tbove earned Court and cause &nd f. Are How While
cannot afford U Buying -
SON JOHN support, you Little cans of varnish little you are required to serve a copy o* .4 ,
take a chance with y.ur. health pails of paint makes attractive your answer or pleading to the

With Helen Hayes and Van by beufg improperly fitted. places, out of them that alnt. complaint Attorney on the T. Plaintiff's Frank Landrum. cL Selections At Its Peak '

Starke. Florida
Heflin Slstrunks.
Here at Canova PrescriptiomCenter and file the original in the officeof

Plus Short-Cartoon and News we .Iiae trained teefcniclaas the Clerk of the Circuit Court. S And At Prices ONLYct' .. ..
I Mrs. C. F. Sayles returned to OB -er before the '. .
,' both male and femaleto '7 day of December. 1953; ,
her home in Miami on. Wednesday .
Wed:, Thur.-Nov. 11, 12 otherwise the allegations of said
DOUBLE.FEATUREstrange serve you.Remember after a' week's visit with Complaint will be taken as con- .

your health and Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman. fessed by you. KOCH CAN OFFER
Fascination This notice shall be publishedonce '
comfort depend on expert Mrs. Sayles was accompanied to each week for four consecutive .
\\ltlfCleo Moore and Hugo fitting. Miami by Mrs. H. M. Richarde cf weeks rraph.in the Bradford County Tele- .

Haas 0 the State Farm who will returnon Dated this 4 day of November. .
----- --- ----
Sunday.Mrs. 953.:
-AndTROPIC CANO VA (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyClerk h
of the Circuit Court.
ZONEIN PRESCRIPTION CENTEI Stanley Noegel and children By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. MRMIftf
were visiting, relatives at 11/6 4t 11/27 ITEM AI Extra Special
PHONE 4202
Cedar Keys on Sunday.
With Ronald Reagan and (Near Hospital) Circuit Court. Bradford County
Mrs. Eddie Hartmann and children Florida la Chancery.
Rhonda Fleming: 50c
Gainesville, Fla. Charles Cleveland Hamilton Plaintiff LAMP L S
Eddie and Debbie, the
Plus Latest World News vir. Pauline Marie 'Hamilton. WALKING'

___j-_ p &44AAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAA.I .h weekend in Jacksonville.Get Defendant.Notice To Appear.To Case No. 10-17 TOOTHPASTE 3c i

Your Hallmark Christmas : Pauline Marie Hamilton.

Cards While Selection Is CompleteAt West whose 134th residence Street and Apartment address 4 Is,:New 233 $7-95 57.95

I THEATRE Bullington Studio & Gift Shop. ;York Your suit City are for New hereby Divorce York.notified .that a 25c RAT TAIL L I 0 0 L L S

Mrs. W. H. Thompson and children -
has been filed against you in the COMBS 3c. i
STARKE of Monticello and Mrs. above named Court and cause and -

John W. Griffin of Ochochnee, Ga. you are required to nerve a copy of iL -
your answer or pleading to the complaint -
Dedicated' To Community Service will spend the weekend with Mr. on the Plaintiff Atto-"-y FLOWER LAMPS!
Evan T. Evans. 103 Law Exchange DRESSING
Movie Are Better Than Ever"If F. F. Stump.Mr. Building Jacksonville. .

I concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad and*Mrs. J. M. Plaxco and Florida, COMB 9c
you find your name .- $1,95 $3,95$
children of Gainesville visited Rev. 'V V VVVTTvTTTTi TTTT VT -
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS and Mrs. W. S. McAliley Sunday.. ,

Sat., Nov. 7 ONLY I Tues., Wed.- Nov. 10. 11 I Mr. POCKET
II and Mrs. G. S. Brown Mrs.J. .
_ _ : -
DOUBLE FEATURE I C. Sapp and Mrs. J. E. Brown I
were in Jacksonville Sunday visiting COMB 2c
Mrs. Alice Oliver.- I VICTROLA .

I dreamed I was sawed'in half

in my Maiden Form Bra. Stumps ASSORTED DRINKING "
Dept. Store. sa a

ERROLRYNNf Miss Myrtle Herlong, who has GLASSES 2c PLAN i1LI3 '

been visiting the Herlong family

-AND BEATRICE! CAMPBELL-YVONNE FURNEAUX for several weeks, has returned to _ _ _ t$
ROGER UVESEY-ANTHONY STEEL her home in Leesburg. She was

HITCH HIKE TO HERS... KUDO w KXS*:>> !("' 1LWN,KElGHLCr I.accompanied by Mrs. Mary, .Edwards AFTER A FIRE, you may be FLASH LIGHTS 89c WE ENGRAVE BILL FOLDS 1,

HAPPINESS Plus "Emperor's News Cloths" I, of Jacksonville, who has staggered by the realizationthat _ _ CIGARETTE LIGHTERS

Cartoon and Latest World News also been visiting the Herlongs. XMAS CARDS & STATIONARY S

All Star Cast I the amount of your insurance OUR STORE IS FULL REASONABLELARGE

Plus ".?ch Ado. About Nutting" I H. B. III SON :- .. .

Cartoon,'and Chap. 2 "Radar Men only partially covers OF BARGAINS IN

from Moon"J. Thur., Fri. Nov. 12, 13 HEAR BETTEROR l loss. ASSORTMENT tI
H. GILL JOSOH Has your insurance coverage 1

mumi fiiumu
Sun.. Mon. Nov. S, 9 kept pace with your values? 'I '

PETERS Make sure now and be ,

GAIT ,. safe financially.H. 1 ___________




; I ) nell $75 .... AGENCY yOUARE5URETOFIND .


200 E. Call Street
of 2 i
I Plus -"Drinks on Moose" Cartoon Wits "Monsters Deep Ree1t"rI

and Latest: WoridNews! ind "Rlnff.Foo Roberta" Cartoon I I PHARMACY Starke 'JgjgLffBoy3, BOXES AND INDIVIDUALS I!






VvyvYYTBROOKER. his parent, Mr. and Mrs. Dreaden situate In Bradford County County ;-lorida. -

i" Hines. Pvt. Hines has completed l i HIWAY Florida Lots A.to-wit B. :C and D of Block'2 Sad the Clerk([file the of original the Circuit In the Court office of the and Clerk file the of original the Circuit in the Court office on of fessed This by you. Dated this 21 day of October. 1953.

hia basic training, and is now attending BAYLESS of Wynn's Addition to Starke as or before the on or before the 23 day of November. notice shall be published (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I
per plat recorded in Deed Book ;once each week for four consecutiveweeks Clerk
leadership schooL E at page 171 of the public rec- 23 day of November 1953; 1J5S; otherwise the allegations of I In the Bradford County Tele- of the Circuit Court.
Mr. and Mrs. Israel McCall and ords of Bradford County Flori- otherwise the allegations of sala said Complaint will be taken as con By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
Grace G. Blfham of Lake City by Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA da; also described as: Beginningat Complaint will be taken as con- 10/23 4t 11/13- t
daughter. Faye. fessed by you. \
an iron stake set at the Inter-
IAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPTA were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. & section of the Southerly line of This notice shall be published I
and Mrs. Groover Thomas. Madison Street with the Easterly once each week for four consecutiveweeks
Meeting Church News line of Orange Street, in the In the Bradford County Tele 9''J 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas City of three Florida thence graph.
Rev. Martin of Starke t
The Brooker PTA met Thursday services at Pine Henry run South 72 degree 3 minutes Dated this It day of October. 1953. 1
night in the school cafeteria attended church will be our pastor at Bayless Hi- East and along the South line of (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Level last Sunday and were guestsof Madison Street for a distance of Clerk of the Circuit Court .
for the remainder of the
with the president, H. S. Ander and Mrs. E. way 11J.10 feet to a concrete monu By Marian L Crosby. Deputy Clerk.
Ion presiding. her'parents, Mr. year. We invite everyone to attend ment thence run South 24 degrees 10/23 4t 11/13
C.'Lewis of the Pine Level section.N. services anytime. Sunday 20 minutes West for a dis- -
Mrs. H. S. Anderson and Bill NOTICE TO APPEAR
tance 210
from feet thence
G. Hayes Jr. was up School begins at 10 a. m. Preach- North 72 degrees 3 minutes run I. Clrealt Ceart, Br4f r4 CcBBty, .
Coram were appointed to assist West ..
weekend Florida Cfc
Immokalee to spend the ing service at 11 a. m. and 7:31'1p. ( for a distance of 21.15 feet to *ry.
Mrs. Earl Green with the Clara Wilson Plaintiff vs. Clifford
program an iron stake thence
with his parents. >. m. Training Union at 6:30: p. m. degree 50- run North 1 E. Wilson, Defendant.
Ichedules. minutes West being the LEADER
made Sunday guests of Mrs. Aubrey rlil-week prayer services at 7:30p. along the Easterly line of Orange Case No. 10-147
Tentative plans were for .
Street, for Notice To Appear Y.
Mr. and a distance of 220.76 .2. tl
and family were and choir
Hazen m. practice
every To Clifford E. Wilson
the annual Christmas party. feet to an iron stake at said pointof : whose
Thomas of Gainesville. at 7:30. residence and address ,.
Mrs. Jack Tuesday night beginning; is: Unknown. i v'
of .
The guest speaker the evening .
Sat- are hereby notified that
was Dr. Ballard Simmons Pfc. Benny McRae arrived The W. M. U. of Bayless Hiway notified Tou and each of you are hereby suit for divorce custody:! and a
that Bill
urday night from Parris Island.S. Baptist church met with Mrs. J. a of Complainthas control of minor chila
of the University's College of Education been filed in the Circuit Courtof
who spoke on "better relations C. for a ten day furlough with R. Kelly Tuesday night at 7:30. A Bradford County Florida in above has been named filed Court against and you cause in and the

wife Barbara and infant daughter wonderful time was enjoyed by'alL Chancery. by D. E. Knight and N. L. you are required to serve a copy of
between parents and teachera. Knight, his wife, as plaintiffs, and
." and Mr. and Mrs. George Raborn. Refreshments were served at the against you and each of you as defendants complaint your answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading to the lljts class!

Mr. and Mrs. A. Miller had as close of the meeting. ; that the nature of said Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr.. 0 lA
The next regular meeting is weekend guests Mr. and suit U to quiet and confirm the title Starke, Florida Y A .
their Personal Items of plaintiffs to the above described
scheduled for November 26th Itf and file the original In the officeof
Mrs- Don Long and daughter, lands as a fee simple title; and you the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Woods of
the school cafeteria. of Lakeland. are required to appear and serve a or before the Y
afternoon found the Vicky Jacksonville were visiting the H. copy of your answer or pleading on 23 day of November 1953;
Saturday ),{r James W. Thomas, president B. plaintiff's- attorney Hollis V. otherwise the allegations of said a
Kellys Saturday. ,
Farmer's Market oozing with the New River Baptist Knight whose address is Starke. Complaint will be taken as con- s '- #
spirit of Hallowe'en. The festivi- of the Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland were Florida and to file the c-i>inal of fessed by you. ,\ Year after CROWN EXTRA is the
that the as year, :
Association, reports your answer or pleading in the office This notice shall T>e published
ties started off with much clamoras three new WMS's to killing hogs at the J. R. Kellys of the undersigned Clerk of once each week for four consecutive: '

the fire truck bell and siren sociation had few weeks. Saturday. They made some deli Circuit Court on December 7, 1953; weeks In the Bradford- County Tele- largest-selling premium gasoline in the
organiza-in the past otherwise the allegations of said graph.
called the children for their ridesat Gadara and cious sausage.W. Complaint will be taken as confessed Dated this 21 day of October. 1953.
four. Paraders winning prizes They were: C. Conner was transacting by you. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charlea A. Darby e area served by Standard Oil dealers
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
were: Linda Gayle Green, Jackie Dedan.Grace Barry (Mrs. Lloyd) re- business in Gainesville Friday. this IT Order IS FURTHER of Publication ORDERED and Notice that I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. k(

Mo'tt, Andy Galney and Marcia Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis were be forthwith published once each 10/23 it 11/13 .Y'
yesterday .
Bill turned to her home week for four successive weeks in '
Raffle winners were:
Green. visiting their son-in-law and NOTICE TO APPEAR .
following discharge from' Alachua Bradford County Telegraph a duly 3 X Bigham fruit cake; Pal Johnson the Thomasesin Circuit Court Bradford County
daughter, Bishop qualified newspaper published in
she had been apatent Florida IB Chancery.
where !
rifle; and Roue Tetstone, deep hospital,for a week. LaCrosse Sunday.Mr. said> County.WITNESS. my hand and' official Mary Ann Johnsen Plaintiff, vs. '* 1 THIS POPULAR preference can only be due to continuous

fryer. the O. W. and Mrs. A. C. Ellis have seal at Starke. Bradford County Johan Johnsen, Defendant. confidence in this Company and its Dealers-
Members from the Brooke Monday visitors at recently returned from a business Florida, this October 15, 1953. Case No. 10-148
home'were Mrs. H. S. Har- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Notice To Appear. their long record of delivering superior products!
attend- Barry
Home Demonstration Club trip to Miami. They are real busy
Mrs. Russel Taylor of /CHARLES A. DARBY, To: Johan Johnsen. whose residence -
ing County Council meeting heldat rell and Sunday visitors were picking up pecans and growing a Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford and address is: 90 Park Avenue The extra qualities of CROWN ExtRA Gasoline refined -

Hampton last Tuesday were Santa Fe. fall garden. County Florida. Port RIchmond Staten Island 2.
Jones and Mr. and lone 4t 11/6 ., in the South to fit southern driving conditions,
Mrs. Tom Markey Mrs. Dave Mrs. Polly The J. R. Kellys are planting New York.
R. Crews of Jacksonville. la You are hereby ,notified that a t .aa begin with its superior base-stock which for
Green Mrs. Lottie Edwards and Mrs. J. pasture grass. J. R. says he is Circuit Court Bradford Coaaty suit for years

Mrs. Bill Bigham. Mrs. Joe Ellerbee. of Panama finished with general farming and Mamie Florida K. la Steed CaHarery.Plaintiff, vs. GreenA. Divorce custody and control of has been changed to fit the seasons. It has the correct

Rebecca Hinesof City arrived Sunday to spend a plans to devote his spare time to Steed, Defendant. I minor childrenhas : balance of all
Elizabeth visiting with,Mrs. T. D. Case No. 10-146 been filed against you In the: .. seven high performance qualities:
few days
above named Court and
pasture. cause and i
Jacksonville Order Of Publication
spent And otiee To
and Leo .Dyal you are required to serve a copy of
Dyal Lloyd Sorry to pear about the serious Appear; State Of Florida Tot !
Mr. and
visiting their parents Green A. Steed whose residenceand your answer or pleading to the com- Quick starting Full power
their families. Illness of Mrs. Lloyd Barry HelenCrosby's plaint on the Plaintiffs AttorneyT 1.r.=.
Bob Thomas. .
address is
Brownlee, of Brakely, : Frank Landrum, Starke, R 4' Fast warm-up Clean engine operation
Little Ann Towers 'daughter Jeannette mother. She is i in Ala- are required to appear on Florida

of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Towers Ga., and Jackie,Dyal were Lloyd visit chua General Hospital hi Gaines- named November Court 23, 1953 and, in cause the wherein above I h' r- High anti-knock Long mileage

Jackie's parents the ville. Sure hope she is better now. plaintiff seeks divorce.
who underwent an emergency appendectomy ting Bradford
: at the Alachua hospital Dyals, this past weekend.Mrs. We went to see Sherman Sat- County Telegraph shall publish this I L4 Vapor-lock prevention
Order in next four weekly issues.
G. Hayes had as her urday, and he is doing fine. He Let Us Thoroughly
last week, is still confined N. Witness my hand and official seal "
there but is convalescing nicely guests recently Mrs. G. A. Bishopand will be In the hospital for several at 1953.Starke Florida this October 21. I '$ For all the extra performance you expect from a

Mrs. R. A. Bethea of Jack- more weeks. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs ..Wash Your Clothes premium gasoline try CROWN EXTRA for 30 days'!

now.Pvt.. J. M. Hines of Ft. Jackson, sonville. .. Heard from Leroy Norman Clerk of said Court I
to his By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk 9 Pounds .
S. C. spent the weekend visiting Z. W. Hamilton returned Sunday. Mrs. Norman says that Zach H. Douglas 505 Lynch Bldg.,

home on Monday after being con- he (is feeling much better and has' Jacksonville, Florida.
Attys. for Pit. 10/23 4t For 40c!
fined to the gained 15 lbs. He appreciates -

a broken collar bone and oth- cards and letters and enjoys NOTICE TO APPEAR M _
from being I. Circuit Court Bradford County FREE Bleach, If Desired!
er complications reading the paper. He is in room Florida; la Chancery. Ci

thrown from his horse last week: 228 Orlando Hospital. Eugene Kay, Plaintiff VS. Jacqueline :

. Lee Johnson lost one of his Thought for the week. The Kay Defendant
SAFETY his right hand and have too Case No. 10.149 We Will
fingers on problems of our day Notice To Appears
had three others cut on his power many people afraid of life. To: : Jacqueline Kay, whose residence ,
and address is: 118-12 224th Dry Your Clothes
saw Tuesday morning. Street, Cambria Heights, Long Island -

Mr.' and Mrs. R. T. McDavid YYYYYYYYYYYYiKeystone T T New York. For 20cIn .
SEE PAGE THREE You are hereby notified that a EXTRA '-
returned to their home Tuesday suit' for dh'Q'ce

Starke morning from' a short visit In Heights has been filed against you. in the New Automatic Driers!
daughter above named Court and cause and _
Pompano with you are required to serve a copy of __ ...
Mrs.. M. I. Odgen. They had to your answer or pleading to ,the com-
due by Mrs. Sara McPonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA plant on the Plaintiff' Attorney f
than planned _
return earlier T. Frank Landrum, Starke, _
to the health of Mr. McDavid. Florida The Washeteria
Charles L. Wiggins DTI, wife and file the original )in the officeof
The Keystone Inn which has the Clerk of the Circuit Courton o.S.
and baby 'daughter of Camp Le- been closed for some time will"be or before the 23 day of November Temple Ave. Starke
N. C. are spending this 1953, otherwise the allegations of

week jeune with their parents,' the basis.opened Mrs.again G.soon M. Alderman on a limited will said fessed Complaint by you. be- taken as con- I STANDARD OIL. COMPANY ( KENTUCKY )

Lawrence Wigginses of Brooker, Dated this 21 day of October. 1953.
For Wards of Gaines open it for the renting ot rooms (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby -
and the John H. and for parties by reservation. No Clerk of the Circuit Court
Crops & Livestock ville. Charles is attached to theDental l By Marian L. Crosby, Depute Clerk.

Division of Camp Lejeuneand regular Rev. W.meals M. will Holl be of served.Johnstown,i 10/23 4t 11/13 :

Gainesville Production Navy tells man.us he still likes beinga Pa., son of Dr. A. J. Holl of Key-' la Florida Circuit: IB Court ChanceryLundry Bradford County,i Now or Ids most efficient :

Credit Association stone Heights will be one of a' McCoy, Plaintiff, vs. Fannie .

Rat and Blouse damage cost, group of ten leading ministers to McCoy. Defendant. Case No. 10-134 .
620 N. Main St. Order Of Publication And Notice To
most communities more than al l I go to England and Scotland next Appear; State of Florida Tot I

Gainesville, Florida the interest paid to banks. Bank- July and August. They are chosen Fannie McCoy, whose residenceand

era encourage rat killing. and sent by the National Council You address are required is: Unknown to appear: on

of Churches in New York City. November 16, 1953; in the above .
Lt. Walter Finnigan son of named Court and cause wherein truck !
I plaintiff seeks divorce.
Mrs. T. J. Southerland of Key- Bradford County Telegraph shall engine

Truly Expert stone Heights is being transferred weekly publish issues.this Order in nest four

( from Fort Sill, Okla. to Fort Witness my hand and official seal

Benning, Ga. He is in the Heavy at Starke. Florida, this Oct. 14. 1953.
)Radio And I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ,
Artillery.Lt. .
As Clerk of Said Court.
Com. Fred Cole has been By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk ,

SERVICEALL transferred to Washington. D. C. Zach ing, Jacksonville H. Douglas 565 Fla.Lynch Build- ;

and the Coles will be leaving some Attys. for Plf. 10/16 4t 11/6 .. .

time this month.A ..'
MODELS group of Rotarians held a la Circuit Court Bradford Count,.
Florida i la
fish Smith Lake at Gil- Chaaccrr.
fry on
Irving M. Lax
I Renee
vs. Lax. De-
FREE ESTIMATES CALL 239 bert's Fish Camp last Monday fe'tdant. Case No. 19-140

I night. Those attending 'Included !Xotice: Renee To Appear.To Lax. whose e -residenceand

Most Experienced Finest Equipped j Neal Waters. Gordon Adams, Wm. address is: Unknown. Cost Clipper Six!
You are hereby notified that a
Satisfaction Guaranteed I Neel Lindsey Walker, Ed. Hussey, suit for Divorce has been filed W
Ed Hutchins, Ed Wiggins Huntley against you In the above named

Redfearn Ray Chance and Free- 'o'-rr and cause and you are required ,.
to serve a copy of your an- F R wI
Chas. C. mont Tolles accompanied by their swer or pleading to the complainton ; -7g
ShepherdRadio wives; also S. E. McKay Don the Plaintiffs Attorney. .
Evan T. Evans. 103' Law Exchange -
( TV Sales & Service Seat Covers! Pangborn and Al Nelson whose Building. Jacksonville RW ,

PHONE 239 wives were away at the time. wN
Mrs. E. A. Timmins was also a ,

guest. ,
Mrs.' Al Nelson has returned

from Greensboro N. C. Her mother -

FREE Mrs. H. C. McMasters, accompanied
her home and will be here s

for some time. FRIGIDAIREMade

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bolles '
only by General a
have returned from 'a honeymoonat
'J 3 Motors -Corp. All other
Sea Island and will reside in
Orlando. Electric Refrigerators are '

The PTA dinner and Carnival made by other companiesand _

were quite successful Mrs. Red-I cannot use the word COMPARE ,:--.

.Live Thanksgiv'ingTurkeys fearn reports' that about 200 per- Frigidaire. Deluxe shown (extra twist)

t. sons were served at the dinner at I these leading truck Sixes _

Given the Woman's Club. .
I Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE Now-get more usable power froneverv gallon of gas!
to have had avery
Keystone seems .I{i fOlD "SIX" "sir "SIX SIX" "sax Ford short-stroke design 101-h.p. Cost Clipper Six cuts
and orderly Hallowe'en.There ?
quiet ?
Away is still a little soap on i ADVANTAGE "SIX" A tt L D I piston travel 18%. There's less friction "power waste"OVERHEAD -

some down-town windows and a THEN SEE VALVES '/ .t J J more delivered hauling power! 7 to 1 compression ratio

somehow found its for faster acceleration, more pulling ability! MaximumLOWFRIC110N

Stmply find your old Insurance Policy and fill in the way garbage to the pail top of the city flagpole E. H. SMITHTenth I 158 3.80'! iI .... gross torque 185 lb.'.-f at 1,300-1,700 r.p.m. Compare

EXPIRATION DATE on attached coupon. You mayreceh.e but there was no serious BORE-STROKE RATIO -see why Ford Cost Clipper Six is tops in its class!

a Thanksgiving Turkey. Date on your coupoji I '
must correspond with date on your Policy. damage. aad Temple Are. COMPRESSION RATIO ,, 41 eI J
111010RBUTER Yours in this all-new! Ford Pickup !
la The Cirralt Court of BradfordCoHatjr Starke, Flay
Case No. 10-135 J In the Ford F-100 this modern Six
D. E. KNIGHT and N. L. KNIGHT FREE TURN VALVES J you can get new plus
his wife. Plaintiffs, vs. Dr. IDA J. all-new Driverized Cab, the world's most comfortable!

You Do Not Have To Present To Win Order HEIBERGER Of Pabllratloa et al. Defendants.And Notice T* MONUMENTSLOWEST FULL LUBRICATION PRESSURE el;' ./ ,v r f New curved one-piece windshield new 4-Ct.-Wide rear

Appear window, exclusive new seat shock snubber. New 45 cu. ft.
Name, __ __ Address -_____ Dr. Ida J. Heiberger. R. C. Heiber- PRICES I OIL FILTER Pickup box. Famous 106-h.p. Truck V-8 also available.
ger. J. Charles Richard. Mary S.
I My Auto Policy Expires Simmons. Frank W. Simmons Sid- FINEST QUALITY! STEEL HEAD GASKET 4/ Ford Truck salts have climbed a full 42%-that's
I ney F. Hansford. Sallie J. S. Duncan -
Sophia G. Saunders. Sarah Jane No.Extra ChargeFor CASTEXHAUST why we're in a position fo give you the most generous

| Liability (Date) : Mo.____ -Day. Saunders. Jesse N. Jones. Mrs..Jesse In VALVES .t trade-in allowance in town See us today
N. Jones whose Christian name Setting Or Near ,

Collision (Date) : Mo_______Day __..:. I McKinley I is unknown Nathaniel to plaintiffs David, John Jones D. STARKEWrite VALVE INTEGRAL GUIDES ..t d1RE6S10N

I Mrs. Jane Alvarez and Drury ReJ-
My Fire Policies Expire J dish. it alive and the unknown { I CASTCMNWHAfT t/ FORD'EMNOMY'
spouse of each of them if alive, -
and if any of them be'dead. to the
DatesCONNER 9-15-.53.
------------------. -- -_ unknown spouse heirs devisees Jruaa bored oa biod efor.otial oroiobb SAVE TIM! e SAVE MONEY LAST LONGIXAndrews
grantees. legatees assignees credi- r.o.A-r.
tors and other claimants by. t
through under or against each and
BROS. Insurance AgencyBEST every of the above named persons
who are deceased: to The Land For Free Folder
Mortgage Bank of
England and all interest Motor Co.
RATES IN TOWN In such organization.persons Tharber 'Why- ATLANTIC( MEMORIALS INC 1

129 '\' Call St. land Company (Incorporated) ef the ESTABLISHED 1930 .
P. 0. Box 764 City of New York a corporation.'aad ..
Starke Fla. If dissolved all persons Interested W FOREST IT.JACKSONVILLE. .

In sons such having organisation or claiming; and any to aU inter.per- ROilOA- MADISON & ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE, FLORIDA

Best in the following described lands


1.?" '"'Fp' :->lr ..:: .- "?" < -, .
{' .'0 i 'S. '" -.i, \.
{ : 'stom ;-0.: ';

; _

t I .
L. T..Dyer Former Bradford-Union Ag Agent Then each day'will be full of glad- Last night it turned cooler here. the strawberries. Time now to myself when I awake and can
ness and calm.HELPFUL For a.week the wild geese have make doughnuts, pumpkin pies to hardly wait for time to jump out,
HINTS: When mea- been going south with much bake beans, and bake chicken.I make the coffee and sing a tune.
\ Retires After 37 Years With Extension ServiceWith
'quacking over head and flappingof made Don white cake for
t1 suring syrup, grease the measur- a big Whoopee! Yes life can be good.
wings. They tell that It Is his birthday, baked a chicken, and Zona Gale the writer
onec said.
37 years of service to agriculture -his greatest achievements. Each ing cup, first. The.syrup will not
getting cold north of us. Been we sat down alone to the feed. "I
Rub fowl be a better prepara-
in teaching and in Extension year for several years he would stick. a to roasted
snowing in the Black Hills and in Ha! We were happy. Digger tion for life than a love of poetry
: Service, L. T. Dyer of have 100 boys finishing their pro- with a piece of butter before put-
the western part of the state. I likes chicken and he these
" { Lake Butler retired effective October jects with pigs, calves, poultryand ting in the oven. It will be nice and good digestion, I seem to
am always thrilled at the first days too. Tomorrow I will bake have both.
j. 31. crops. Each year 35 or 40 and brown. Do the arms of your
snow fall of the season. I am all bread and may churn. I am so God bless all
r For the last seven years Mr. boys would attend the one week rocker or other parts come loose? you
i ready but putting a few leaves on happy these, days. I giggle to LOVE-LURA.
"! $ Dyer has held the position'of vet- camp, while the Achievement Day I wrap the end with thin nylon
, erans teacher of vocational agri- held each fall at the County site hose, apply thin wood glue and .
Geo. T. HogginsOunty ,
f By
: culture in the on-the-farm train- was a gala event where hundreds :pound gently in place. Set away M KMMIMBMBBMi HKHBHIMHHBB BBBiM mMMUHABltUBIIIItBl H BilBaBH
Agent ing program at Union County of club boys attended with their i over night to dry. Clean out the I'

I Agricultural Extension ServiceRat High School. His class of veteranswas parents and friends, where the coffee pot' with Clorox if it is Great Annual Train-Load Sale !
among the first to be organ- boys exhibited their products.Of enamel. Makes better coffee next I
Week b here tell us that each rat sheds abouta ized in the state, December 1, course, treating of hogs time.
Have you seen the Rat Banquet; 1,000,000 hairs each year. Each 1946. During this time there have for cholera was one of his big BAKED BEANS: Soak over _..
poster displayed in the window of rat voids about 10,000 droppingsand been 80 veterans taking the agri- jobs. His records show that he night with onion and beans 1 lb. \ '''''''' 'hhI'/If/////////jfj//1

a store in your community It is a gallon of urine. They carry cultural training course under treated over 250,000 head. Cook until tender. Try to cookin
there and that is where you get disease and insects. Get rid of him. Mr. Dyer points with pride In addition to his many duties, a small amount of liquid so
1 your Warfarin to give the rats on them with Warfarin. that many of these men have be- the crop reduction program, the i not much will have to be drained
your place a feast of death. November brings cooler weather. come land owners,, and well established forerunner of the ACP and PMA,! off. In a heavy skillet fry 3 or-4 :::::::::::::::. j
This rat-killing campaign is Rats like warm places to live. in farming since start- was given him. This started in slices pf bacon-that has been cut -=
, put on with the assistance of the They Invade your places and set ing their course. 1933 with the plowup cotton cam- up fine along with another onion -- tOVET.NM
.. U. S. Fish &; Wildlife Service up headquarters without your per- During the 20 years previousto paign followed in 1934 with the chopped fine. To this add a can =;:::::::
.r furnishing the )Warfarin at cost. mission. They offer nothing constructive his teaching the veterans class, corn-hog program and allotmentsof of condensed tomato soup, 1-2 cup :--::
So this campaign starts right off or beneficial. They boast 1926 to 1946, Mr. Dyer served as tobacco and cotton. Since there sugar, 1-4 cup vinegar, salt and i;:;::;
with a big saving. that they are smarter than we county agent with the Agricul- were no county agents in the sur- pepper.. Pour this over the beans, i;:::
. Actual 100 per cent Warfarin are In that we do not even try tural Extension Service in Union rounding counties, he was given stir well, put in a large glass dish
costs about $350 per pound. Our to chase them out. They stay withus and Bradford counties, having the job of organizing and super- and bake for two hours at 350
mixture is made with yellow corn free of charge. You can spend moved his family to Lake But- vising this work in Baker, Brad- degrees. Bacon strips may be put ///II/I"-
... meal and 0.025 pounds of Warfarin that money in better ways, thanin ler in August 1926 where he is ford and Columbia counties as over the top too before baking.
:-j per 100 pounds of meal. paying for the loss and damage still living.In well as in Union for two or three CLAY HILL: had an invitationto Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat. Nor. 7

"t Instructions are with each pack- done by these thieves. Get some 1941, he resigned in Union years. a shower for Francis and
J age. The secret is to put it out Warfarin this week and start your county and began as county agent Previous to 1926, Mr. Dyer Charles Lang at the home" Lela Low Prices I
!. where rats \will find it and keepit crusade against rats. i in Bradford county with office at taught school in Alabama for ten Mae Carter. Nce; young people.I 152 Call Street
there 5 to 7 days at least. May- This rat killing program with Starke where he worked until December .- years beginning in a one-teacher am always so happy to read EverydaySpecials -
be two or three days before they Warfarin can work miracles if 1946. It was during this school in northeast Alabama in Long Branch news. I note that Starke Florida
find it, then you keep it there enough people use, it. Think of period much work was handled in 1908. After serving two years in Mrs. Carson Griffis was over in Too ol
;. until you notice they stop eating boasting a rat free community or rationing and other restrictions on World War I, he finished his Clay Hill delivering groceries.
t it They stop because they are town. Tyi are happy enough to the farmers during the war peri- course in Agriculture at the Ala- They have a general store at -- -
gone. Be sure to have some down boast a rat-free home or farm. od. It was one of the busiest of- bama Polytechnic Institute at Highland. She is one of my MAXWELL HOUSE Limit 1 with $5.00 or More Food Order!)
low because after a few days they Make this,rat-killing program fices in the county.In Auburn, after which he taught school girls and one of my favo- ,
are too weak to climb up high for contagious. Talk" about it. We his work as county agent in vocational agriculture in high rites. God bless her. They had a
can get the bait if you will use it. the two counties in soil conser- school for two years before comingto nice time at the Homecoming at
more.Warfarin is put out in flat cans, If you have major problemswith vation practices and pasture improvement Florida. Long Branch I am told. Gertie COFFEE Can19c
jar lids, small paper plates, rats in your storage house, the ground work was When asked what he expected Faircloth continues in poor health, Lb
_. empty sardine cans or something place of business or other places laid for the greater progress that to do when he retired, he said I am sorry to hear. She cooked
similar. You can just put it in and want more information, con- has been.made on the farms in recent that he would look after personal the first collards I ever ate. They
a little pOe on the wood but in tact us or the County Health Department years. The 4-H Club work interests and try to catch up with were delicious, too.FILL .
SURE-MIX (Limit 1 Can with $5 or More Food Order!)
that way it is spread out and and we are equipped to with the farm boys was one o"f his fishing. I .
wasted. help you. I -

With any poison use your hands In Everybody between Is In.urged town,to country'give ratsa and I DIRTGOOD
with it as little as'Mssible.
this weekend.Let CRISCO 3 Can19c
Weevils getting in this Warfarin banquet starting Lb
does not effect It. The only objection this banquet be the beginningof : RICH
is when it might get wet a rat-killing pro-

I and musty, and ,I gram. TOP SOILSee ARMOUR'S STARCorned (Limit 2 Cans with $5 or More Food Order!)
Rats are a destructive filthy
I rodent that you do not have to Robert Lee BrooksRobert

t keep if you will give him the .opportunity 8 8 ess rDOMCA.
Lee Brooks, 71, a nativeof
; to eat Warfarin. NEBRi=s BILL JACKSONJackson Beef 12-oz Can39c
Laboratories working with rats Bradford County, died last Friday -
in a Jacksonville hospital. He I Wherein the busy Autumn days work with a certain amount of Transfer Compan:
yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYYYV.WHEEL moved to Jacksonville 39 years fly quickly by and Novembercomes leisure. I do not have pressing Phone 165
ago from Columbia County and << in with a sigh of wind engagements. I do not have to VACUUM PACKEDAstor :
--' was a member of the Church of carrying the Autumn leaves. I arise early to go to work. I have -
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. time to dream: to work and pray, VTTVTVVTTVfVVTfTTTVTTTVTCHARLEY :
I, SAFETY He Is survived by his wife, Rosa This is the path we used to walk in the quiet of the Mortuary, or
Lee Brooks, five daughters, one When every leaf was turningred. spend a quiet hour in my garden Coffee LbCan75c
I son and a sister, Mrs. Clara Biel- with the sunshine on my head and
:linjr of Providence. '"The woods are beautiful this the breeze tossing the leaves in my
Funeral services were held in year, hair. I find I have no trace of
Starke Tire SalesAAAAAAAAAAAtAtiAAAAAAAAA I Jacksonville with interment in Was what you said nervous tension or unpleasant reel-
I ings. Just like when I was a Mrs. Bell's 24" Baby Gail Superfresh
Edgewood Cemetery. This is the view we used to see
child growing un and my parents
Bright changing waves and took care of every need. I do not "Donald Duck"MAYONNAISE
I vistaed sand. Don shoulders the SlrawberryPRESERVES DOL L S
worry. respon-
You said, "The ocean's ever new,
And held my hand. sibility of paying taxes, the light -f.
and telephone and other monthly

-. This. is the way I still must go items. 'I tend my garden, keep .
Alone, but with your'voice to thehouse clean- cook, ,,do the
hear laundry, stay near the telephone. $598
.. An Added Service For CustomersOF And beauty that you found for me I am ready in an instant to go ONLY
Forest dear. with Don if someone dies. I go I C
4' Dorothy Quick.In to church and I go for the mail 12-oz 25 Qt 49c
twice a day. I plan to go to the E. JOHNS & SON WITH CASH REGISTER RECEIPTS -
{ these days with so much Eastern Star next Tuesday night. I TOTALING $10.00! ,
rushing about to fill dates, and Yes life is delightful full of about this questionA
G. J. McGRIFF APPLIANCE ,CO. do necessary' work, amid roar of peace and calm and love. We do

traffic, and hum of industry\ for not have a TV set. Don is waitingfor Great News- nolher "GOOD" Eal Rita Beef Sate!
most people; I find life pleasant the colored TV sets to come stone was thrown by the t Big U, S, -
FOR COMPLETE AND GUARANTEED on the market.. We are both old- tire of a passing' car and -
calm and
just being doing myJHnch
I II I fashioned in a manner, as we are smashed our plate glass show- 3 Favorite Guts-Rich, Red

RADIO AND TV SERVICE in no great hurry to change the window. The window is insured -
tenor of peaceful living. I like a Gui ROUND
radio to get the news, and a few but will the insurance C

ALL MAKES programs. I have found that to cover the cost of replacingthe TEAR CLUB or Lb

203"229 be calm and have selfpossessionthere gold leaf lettering on the
CALL are things one must culti- window? SIRLOINTender

a vate. We like to read, to just

sit and talk, or be silent as the Boneless TOP ROUND or
mood strikes us. Learn to like

I plain food, service, I
plain plain

ART'S RADIO & TV SERVICE cooking.trees, woods Learn, fields to, streams love nature, hik-, Charley E. Johns T-BONE STEAK Lb 79C

ing. Like people, like work, like
20 in Radio Repairs and experiencedin Tender Eat-Rite BeefCHUCK
j years experience to watch the sunset and sunrise,
& Son
TV since they have been on the market. Formerlywith the beating of the'rain, the gentle Agency

the Electronic Maintenance Dept. of the University fall of snow and the wind about ROAST Lb 49C.

of Florida and Couch's of Gainesville. TalbotContemporary the house when you are snug in Phone 13 Starke, Fla.

console i Is finished side. Be master of your own soul. AAAAAAAAjaAAAAAAAAiAAAAA12n
in grained mohogonyj I Juicy Rich "Eat-Rite" Beef
grained oak, extra. :

9 PIECE 215362. 299.95 nnmr-nrk:: WAS A STOCKHOLDER 7" CUT RIB ROAST Lb 59c

Chas. C. ShepherdRADIO IN THE BANK


BEDROOM '. f1E //VSTWC/C7TO HIS SON DON DIEGO, ,i Tender 'Tot-Rite" Beef Freshly Ground "Eat-Rite" Hickory Sweet



GROUPPhone Phone 239 Starke Fla.
t '

80 Starke.. Fla. WAS VffWc\ y, S T E W 39c

1-BED 1'6'9.95 Lb


1 VANITY-VANITY BENCH .95 FREE I .4 I' Lb 59c' "Eat-Rite" Plate Lb 69c
: '
NOW 139 llllMh --
1-COIL SPRINGS I Pine SeedlingsCourtesy I E Slew Beef u>. 19c

L I ,
2-PILLOWS i r 6cwl D cw.Afl'i I -

of I FREE! 1 Pt. Superbrand Ice Cream With Ruso

NatioualContainer i Our stockholders are people whose faith in our institu-

Corp.And tion has been fully justified. i STRAWBERRIES 4 ns99c

We welcome you to our banking services. I

j ---
J. K. Douglas
Sweet Juicy
Quanity to any landowner .
limited to 5,000 FLA. ORANGES 5 Lb. 29c

i 0 LEO
Make ;
f Application No,, U. S. 1 Long Island White

.. Similar To TO: POTATOES 10 LbL 29cAPPLES


I euese.t j Canadian Mclntcsh 19c
0. Box 249 Starke, Fla. t Member Florida National GroupAAJAAAAAAAAAAAAIJiJAAAAAAAAtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 1"28c LbIr

I Phone 232-J ,

I .. l I i ., _


1 -- dt_ ,
-- -

.. >

1 .

--r- --
yy yy y yyyy yyyyyyy yyyy y yy slonary plants fell off steadily, (it is good stewed with straw- I
until the last four years he had berries or good smeared over .- -.. -
----- -- -
. t24 the Missionary variety he scarcely corn bread) but are afraid at this SOIL
made out at alL But now he is time that it will not do well un- CONSERVATION Here Is Your Money Saving
quite enthusiastic about the new
DIARY we can find some spot with
Florida 90. rich soil. N-E-JV-S
. 'Check List'AT

The author win be clad te re When we cane back from his A friend sent us'a copy of a By Bill HaasU

.- ceive Items of Interest concerning field and saw our patch of puny publication called "THE LAND." S. SOIL CONSERVATION YOUR FRIENDLY
the. activities of farmers In plants, it just about made us' feel I It is an Interesting publication _, i
Bradford County. Suggestions mali sick. However we're stuck with ([established 1940)), put out by the SERVICE i
i left at the Telegraph office or them, and to tell the truth, the Friends of the Land, a group l I
mailed to Sam McGarvey Lawtejr plants, though very small by comparison which have a deep active interestin
have a good color and the betterment of the soil. We 1
4 By Sam McGarvey seem to be trying to grow. If think that many whp subscribeand District Supervisor J. B. White, winter. The FFA boys have been Suwallilee
hard work and good care mean read the magazine are not states that the Kenland Clover he cutting in the cover crop of hairy
--------- anything, we may'make a crop farmers, but what difference does has planted in his pecan grove is indigo and preparing the soil on
Working berries these days from"]looked lost. But the good 'neighbors from them yet. And we ,sure that make if they engage in re- coming up fine. Kenland Cloveris the nursery plot under the super-
morning til night. From now on pitched in, worked the ber- have to try, because the only crop search and publish information an improved variety of Red vision of advisors V. R. Fergusonand
until the picking season ends, ries and so there is some hope we've made any money with so which helps to understand the Clover, and J. B. says he gets Paul Hut hins.
there win always be somethingto for this family. We think thisis far is berries. soil we depend upon so much? more grazing from it than any of
do over In the berry patch. For an inspiring story of good the rest of the clovers. Clyde Cone, a District cooperator 401 PHONE
instance we have more to set out people. Our kitchen garden is about all One article in particular, "Soil whose place is located in
C. D. (Jack) Edwards used E. CALL
theDistrict's Brooker, stated that he tore
to work to fer- the results are "
yet more more planted, but so far Cults and Bunk, by E. R. Spencer -
tilize, and Just plain more workof At last we have some of the rather disappointing. We do not we read with enthusiasm. We grain drill to plant some fine corn after lupine this ST. 345
sweet in
lupine part of his winter year. Clyde remarked
every kind in that patch. new Florida 90 plants set 'out. have good stands, and the plants wanted to see what the writer am
Raising berries is a long, tedious We meant to get some last year, that have started do not look had to say about organic farm- grazing program. Jack is goingto going to plant all the lupine I CECIL DOUGLAS Manager
White ,
use Clover in his Pensa- can this year. It sure in
Job. but never got around to it, but this good. And then to make matters ing, for we are deeply interestedin "
cola Bahia pasture which will give dry weather.
year we decided that we had tory worse, our old enemies, the cut- anything on this controversial his cows a change of diet this DELIVERY SERVICE *
But the hardest Job of all, we some We've heard good worms, are busy making a poor subject. The! writer hedged, some- winter. Johnny Douglas, Howard Mott
think is boeing the doggone things about them, and some stand worse. Alice dusted with what, by saying that the "corn- and Tommy were sitting and We reserve the right to limit quantity
things. We get a hoe and' get things critical, but there is only chlordane, bit. did not get a good posters" and ''the "commercial standing around in Zedra Hamilton's '
Herb Prescott, a district co- Prices Good Thur., Fri., Sat., Nov. 5, 6. 7
busy and work steadily at the one way to find out and that is kill, and it looks as if we'll haveto fertilizer each represent extremes front yard discussingZedra's
job, then when we look up to try: them ourselves. use the mixture of 5 per cent' and that neither one partynor operator, used the district's grain latest episode with his
t see how much we'vs done it Is I DDT and :5 per cent chlordane. the other can truthfully say drill to plant oats on his place in horse in which Zedra came out OPEN ALL DAY THURSDAY
so little that It eeems well never We bought the plants from -. that the other is entirely of wrong. the Woodlawn Church section. second best with a broken
get the job. done. Our beds are Leaton Morgan who Is one of It is beginning to look to us thatsomethL'1g He says that, providing there is I shoulder. After a little while the -- -.
570 feet long and when we hoe radically with Requests for soil conservationwork ---- -.- -
the\big boosters of the Florida is wrong enough moisture held in the soil, talking got around to cover crops
those beds the end of the row 90's. He has a large planting the soil conditions in the garden.As that the plant uses either organicor were made by W. S. Suggs when Zedra remarked, "That Mayfield
looks ail if it Is in the next coun- which was set out early in Sep- a start, we're going to check inorganic fertilizer equally and L. C. Kelly. :Mr. Suggs is Giant Striata Crotolaria I have F A B
ty. An.1 man alivei after puttingIn tember and we think that his the pH of the soil. We have a well managing Woodrow Shaw's place sure makes one H of a cover CORN
about ten hours of hoeing ber-. plants look wonderful. They are small soil testing outfit, and we in Brooker. They are planning to crop. "The cows ate it down twice
ries, don't you get tired and worn large (some of them almost as got some distilled water to make I I We have been wondering just put in some wells to irrigate to- this summer and now it is over

out! big. already as the largest mature some tests with. This may giveus what progress Hope,,is making, bacco and truck crops. L. C. my head." He went on to say Ige pkg 25C 2 cans 25C
Kelly, who is
plants we had' last year), are the clue to what is wrong. so we measured the little lady and managing his Dad'splace "Everyone I show the field to
Lots of the storms in the busting out with vigor and havea '. found that she is about 36 inches in..the Rock Church section.. says save me some seed."
papers and over radio these days fine deep green color., Leaton Ever since we lost a beautiful tall, and her heart girth is about I used the district's grain drill to -
tell of crimes and people doing has been working berries for Holstein heifer from an apparently 40 inches, at the age of 3 1.2 I plant rye and sweet lupine for I
in one form another, to winter grazing. Old trash piles, store-houses and HERSHEY (With Groc order $5.00 or more)
wrong or about 55 years and he told us a unknown cause, we have months. We consulted tables in
the extent that we sometimes lot of his about blackleg in Morrison's Feeds m garbage dumps are home for rats. I i
worried and ,
experiences. .been Feeding and
wonder if there are any good young cattle. So when we got found that Hope weights between H. E. Van Arsdall and C. B. Warfarin will kill them out. I SUGAR 5Lbs 29CPITTS

people In the world. But the For one thing, he told us that our two yourtg heifers started 180 and 200 lbs., and this is Blickensderfer, agronomists for TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
'other day we heard of a heart- years ago the standard yield was Hope and Blossom, we decided to pretty good. the Soil Conservation Service,
warming story. It seems that considered to be three crates ((32 be' sure and treat them against visited the Bradford Soil Conser- FAMOUS
serious illness hit the father of a quarts) per one thousand plants. blackleg. But it is always a While in Lawtey the other day, vation District and FFA Nursery i

family in our county and the But like all the growers around problem to get things like this, George Roberts told us that plot. They made suggestions on FRUIT CAKE MIX 49
have the neces Luther Milliard has a wonderful
done, so as we .WHEEL SAFETY
berries which had been set out here he says the yield from Mis- how to make different demonstra-I f
sary syringes we got the blackleg: patch of berries, and that we

.. serum (also good against malig ought to go fake a look at it. tional plantings with the various Fancy Fresh, Grade "A"
nant edema) and will do the job I We will, for Luther sure knows kinds of seeds that the Soil Con-
ourselves. how to grow things. servation Service furnished. This SEE THREE Doz
MOVINGLOCAL will give the farmers of Bradford
This chilly weather Is just rightto At the end of the last berry County a chance to Starke Tire SalesAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
enjoy and open fireplace. We season we heard just about everyone see new t
I like 'to get a good fire going and say: "No more berries fore varieties of grazing plants this FLAG
Safe PHONE then just sit and look the th me; rye messed with them for
OR Dependable dancing, leaping flames. It ia s I the last time!" And no one was BBHiS HEBH MBIHHS H BBnBMNo DOG F FOOD 1 bC

LONGDISTANCE Economical 311 restful, and when the northyind I more vehement than, our friend .
doth blow it helps to get the chill I Charlie Shuford, who made it
R. B. Alvarez OR out of the marrow of our bones. clear that he would never set out Money DownOn NIGHTENGALE 1-oz Can

Agents For TRANSFER A1 D another strawberry plant. But,
250JSTORAGE of course, this is another season,
... Belcher Bros. STORAGE CO. Sam got the screwball notiothat nand Charlie has just set another BLACK PEPPER 19C
he wanted to plant rhubarb,,
patch. This Deluxe Model 78
so he got an ounce of seed, and I ,* .

planted it in the coldframe, and il:f There is one bright spot in the MORTONS TABLE

it all germinates he should have! kitchen garden for Alice right MAGIC CHEFRANGE Lb Bag

Perryraan Bldg. S. Court St. Starke Florida whole enough county.rhubarb We to like plant the stuf the!f now where, and she that planted i is the carrots.double Theyare bed SALT S L 1 0 33C

up as thick as the fleas on a
dog's back, and Alice is much .
I ..
pleased. When Sam teased her -

about it, she said that carrots Supreme Quarters JIM DANDY
represented a challenge., 1.
ft.-c OLEO
While hoeing the berries Sam b --
has noticed that when the soil gets '
rather poor (and the hoeing is 19c5Ibbag39C
therefore easier) there are a few ,b-

: IT IS UNLAWFUL weeds and grass. But the trouble,
is; the berry plants are not much -
:: either, so that's not much conso-
lation. We find that the more we o FROZEN FOODS EACH-
: work with the soil, the more we I
have to learn. ill SONGSTRESS 10-oz Pkg

7: -. For Any Person or Persons to Engage in It looks as. if. we. can expect GREEN PEAS

some real help this season from C

1 ;:.! Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless the working berries Experiment with around Station three here. on They growers growing are-, CHOPPED BROCCLIA,

Luther Hilliard, Leaton Morganand CORN ON COB
". : Pete Griffis, trying various -
: The Name Is Registered methods of liming and fertili-
zations, and they also have some 10-Oz.
berries growing down at the Sta- FORD HOOK LIMAS Pkgs. 41

\ tion. George Huggins, tells us to
: -- be on the lookout for Red
F ,,.<. Spiders,
". .<, I'-- and we certainly will, for they
n- .- 1 ". RED
-- have damaged our crop for the HOT MEAT SPECIALS.
past two years. .
RiadThis'FloridaLaw"It ; .

Want to see folks around here
start to drool? Just mention that Weiners, Bologna or Smk Small, Sugar Creek
shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to vou will be butchering soon, and

engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined then watch their eyes light up. SAUSAGE PICNIC HAMS
with the We were talking to Mrs. J. C.
without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered
Sapp, and she told that "J. "
us C.
clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of businessis is going to cure some of their 29c Ib 39c

with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit pork this"year, and we got, so -

signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of hungry for some real "country" Just Use Your Old Range For Down Payment
ham that we placed an, order for
all those interested in the, business enterprise, the extent of the in- one.

terest of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carried PRICED AS LOW AS PORK SALE LB.

,on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto Another 'possum killed on the

engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or highway out front. And generallyin
the morning there is Exclusive Features
their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four the ripe HAMS C
odor of good old polecat hanging I
(4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county around. Looks at least as though I OXE-PIECE TOP BURNER UMT|

where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be we can raise a mighty Exclusive! Two top burners and
I good< crop drip tray an la one unit. Catches_
accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of. of varmints. spillovers, lifts like a feather BACK BONE
such publication. washes like a plate. Burners are
non-clog, simmer-set. Instant,

i 1,! automatic top lighting. 'PLUS YOUR OLD PORK SIDERIBS

h If you are engaged in business under ,any name i ATTENTION SWING OUT BROILER, RANGE 0.

Exclusive! Open the door and the
broiler swings out, ready for use) Completely 1

other than your own, and have not had this name TIMBER If You TO Have SELL sizzling Convenient savory, smokeless.steaks.GUARANTEED. Fun to fix, Installed

properly advertised and registered we will be Each raage Is guaranteed for one Lean Tender CHUCK Fresh Sliced
Large or Small Tracts year against'defects In workman Pay

ship or material Burners are, I ROAST BEEF LIVER
I We Buy All guaranteed for life.

glad to give you all necessary Information as to PAY TOP' PRICES With as 8.71 Payments Per Month as low Ib 39c ffi 29cI

what should do.BRADFORD .
you I
I I II 'Write or Call 1 CYLINDER GAS FREE [



29 I PHONE 211-J & APPLIANCE Ib 49c 39'
P. 0. Box 735 :

; PHONE 301 STARKE FLA. J.FT J.- - -- '
-- -
--- .. -.-.- --.'
-- -- -- --

f ,
.1. -

-,,"'-*' -- .- -- ., ,
; -,' '"," 7<' -. -, .- .
T ;r r. -
;J' ,. !
,.-- '
;: '''
... _''''' --o'K- -
1:1I"'f'. I
0") ..




r ;" KRym 3srn-' Alan Ladd StarsIn stock, and the homesteaders who Palance to run them out of I

R "Shane" built homes and fences for their the country. f
small farms, is a simple and fa-
rllCHURCHES .-1.,. ly CLINT .BONH R At Florida Sunday miliar tale, but as told in "Shane"it ,Alan Ladd is the white knightof
a dubious, but obviously gun-
emerges as an
-. epic saga of the
,\, I' Described as a stunning and Western Plains. fighting past, who befriends Hef
-----r; t". .r- ". spectacular western In Technicolor The conflict is between Van lin, his :ytfe, jean Arthur, and
l "Shane", starring popular Alan Heflin the stubborn and deter- their son.
Ministerial Assn. Presbyterian Men Sweet Hour of Prayer Ladd, will the .
f occupy screen at mined homesteader, and Emile Are rats smarter than you?

Lay Plans For Hold Oct. Meeting the Monday.Florida Theatre Sunday and Meyer, as the unscrupulous rancher They are If you keep them as

An old dictates/ r who first tries to bully and free boarders and furnish them
carver a
With Fish poem
Services Filmed
Holiday SupperThe against a backgroundof scare the farmers, and in desperation free shelter. Use Warfarin and kill

m,1iod is CoWuH ZagluuJ knew William V l. Three guru bur, ea a Tui't to New York Salman breathtaking beauty, the set- finally hires the sinister them out. .
Believing strongly in the need Men of the Church of the ford. Oa Suidiyt k. trovmi 41ffuat .
prtcW at prw. &ei tk old carrtr1* poem u tka Vow York ()b. [ ting is laid in I
for these critical First Presbyterian Church held ; cbarck for lit muujUr fricad. Duiaf tl*week tl. Wyoming during ,
prayer during f It was printed In the September af 1S4S
server uaua
tawWoik made ku littl trinket Mop tlcfe :'YOm. | the period when homesteader and I
their October Thursday
days of national and international meeting on meeting,place. H. wu fortrtr whittling nt noTtltic ..t aotkiaj .f a... cam .f it until 14 roan later. J JTkan cattlemen
Oct. 29, at 7 m. Following waged a fierce
turmoil The' Starke Ministerial p. for ckildfta And made kit tent riving carvingt.mt in liSt, a copy of it cam to tka attention of and 1 L UP $
a delicious fish supper at the \I from ivory. Though kit life wu filled with adversities New York' organist and compoaar William Bradbury.In bloody battle for supremacy of
Association, in its regular meet- Gold House Restaurant the group I cad k. W s..a e+any "!.noon of diitrcM and grief"lure addition to directing; ckoin, writing music for aomoof the range.
ing on Monday, Nov. 2, made went to the Sunday School build- WM something uplifting aboot daD old earrtr1' the mOlt famous hymns and manofaetaring ergant, The story of cattlemen, who MONEY
(outlook M lif. Bradbiutf pnbliiked some <0 kymn book. He immediately t wanted free
addresson a for
services to beheld ing to hear an inspiring range their
plans for religious One day fa 1142 vkea Congregation Minister uw in Walford'i poem material for a hymn, act LOAN
-in the churches of Starke on'' "Visitation Evangelism" de- Tkomaa Salmon atoppad U Valford'l shop k. found it to mule and poblukad it. In. i 'YYTYYYTYTYYYTTVTTTYWHEEL TO
livered by Rev. Charles Benz of t kia friend with more on kia Bond tkan kit earring and reawrn William Walford bad asked tka Rar. ;
New Year's Eve and urged that the Lakewood Presbyterian vtoal optimistic philoaopky. H. Lad competed a poem Salmon to take down kia poem wkil* ke dictated it was !I .I "
New Year's Eve be observed as a Church, Jacksonville. and ka asked tka Rar. Salmon to take the words down became the old caner wu blind and couldn't M. Low ) .

time of prayer throughout the en- During the business session, ft*, ka recited tkem. to write.--.--. CONFIDENTIAL

tire, community. the presided over by the president, W. 1 1 SWEET HOUR OF PRATER Engtg tit waiting {\ SAfETY '" ,
announced that '6'" I" '"
It was T. Jackson, officers for the new Ht bids mk ,
And sine mt Hit ftce \
lour Sweet tour !
Sweet cf foyer aProyer
Union Thanksgiving service wouldbe year were elected as follows: \ That ,..U.r... world of art, Stlieu Hit Word cud trust His grari i, Prompt -- Friendly Service
held in the First Presbyterian President Rudolph Sink: Vice Pit rut o. Him my every cart, ,
And bidt ot fttber't tlrtnttilke \ 66666 6'" "
se my And wait for tbei, ttuttt lour of prsyer. I
Church at 10 a. m. Thanksgiving
President, W. T. Jackson; Corresponding 1 \ I
Day. !Nov 26. Rev. William Mc- Secretary Claude In utunt til of my distress wants sad sad grief wishes, inowmif Swift lour of grayed Sweet lour SEE PAGE THREE STARKE LOAN

Aliley will preside at the service Crowson; Recording Secretary, I Uy ml In ofttu found relief, May I thy eomoltthn Share, tr'r"r I I & FINANCE CO.
and Rev. R. E. MacBlain will John Mixon; Treasurer, Herbert I 'And oft escaped the I..t''''! tn rei Till from Uount 'h,,,', lofty ,;, Starke Tire SalesAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ
preach the Thanksgving sermon. Green. Sy tby return, tweet hour of prtyer N I vitw my bomo and toko my light;I Phone 160 In Canova Drug Store
This rob of flub I'll drop, mud rut 1
will towards 4
t The offering go The group endorsed the plan of 1. Sweet tour of grayer Stunt lour of grayer T. Seize the tvtrlatting prize, X. 1
support of the. Florida Children's''Home visitation evangelism as outlinedby I Thy wingt tball my petition bear And Shout wbttt pitting through the fir, rfartwtll - -
Society.Methodist. the speaker and a committeewas J To Him whose truth and f sits f uluets farewell, tweet lour of Prtyer\ - -. .- -. - .
to 'study how this ,/ _
appointed '
Old Fashioned
Sin Convicting Christ
ChurchThe plan could be used by the men'sgroup.
II It t I Honoring, Heart Stirring, Home
First Methodist Church of Rev. W. S. McAliley, ministerof i
I Starke will observe Laymen's the church, led the closing .t Righting, Soul Saving

Sunday at the Sunday morning prayer. I
service, November 8. T. H. Slade, ji jii
chairman of the Board of Stewards i ,
The TabernacleFriday _
At I. ___
will preside at the service, I -Distributed by Illustrated Features Syndicate, Birmingham, Ala.1.. ;.------ -
assisted by Judge E. K. Perrymanand night at, the Gospel

W. B. SewelL John Sproull Tabernacle' the Sponsor will bring} Presbyterian Church Thomas of Starke were shoppingin
of Palatka. District Lay Leader a prophetic illustrated messageon If. I'I Palatka Thursday of last week. F f

for the Gainesville District, will the collosal figure in Nebuch- Friday, Nov. 6. Junior Choir ,,, h ,I Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Smith and

be the guest speaker. adnezzar's dream as recorded in Practice, 3:30 p. m. .J t i daughter, Barbara Ann of Folk-
.. !? ,
at 7:30 the .
Sunday evening the book of Daniel. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. :Morn- I ston, 'Ga. spent Saturday night y S
Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell will The Sunday morning topic will ing Worship 11 'a. m., "Moral and y and Sunday with Mrs.! Smith'sparents
preach on the subject, "Give Goda be "The Watchman's Responsibility" Spiritual Foundations". Youth from :\ >( 'I Mr. and Mrs. Britton I a CAMPAIGNCONTINUES
Chance, Now." This will be the tfhtl3ibleNow j'I Alvarez. ,'"
Fellowships, 6:30 m., Calvin
first of series of Sunday Night The Tuesday night meeting was p. the God of hope
chairman. Mrs. Winnie Cone of Starke
Revival services the program Evening with all joy and in
throughout and peace
in charge of E. Y, Berry 7:30 "Life's the weekend with Mrs. An-
month of November. The Evening Worship p. m., Ups and that you may abound in spent
featured a Bible quiz. Downs". Youth Recreation Hour, through the power of the nie Alvarez.Mr. : )r.
song service will be lead by .. .. H
XV,13.) .. ,.
George! T, Huggins. 8:30 p. m., Frances Caldwell hos- and Mrs. F. L. Connors of : "
, .. FAITH BAPTIST CHURCII tess. If all of our hopes for I II Jacksonville were visiting the H.
, LAWTEY, FLA. are based only on our 7:45 NIGHTLY
Church of God Sunday School 10 a. m.,Preach I: Tuesday Nov. 10, 9 p. m., Cir- I dreams and wishful M. and B. M. McRaes Sunday af- : 7:45:
cles of the Women of the Church there will be but ternoon.We .
ing 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek will meet as follows: ''No. 1 with disappointment for us, and THRU
Sunday School 10 Morning were glad to have Bro. NOVEMBER 15
., a.m. service Wednesday 7:3,0 p. !n. and anxiety as we seek
1 Mrs. Carrie Ward No.2 with
Worship 11 a-ra. Evening A. E. Massey, pastor. ; greener pastures. But Bullington at church Sunday, af-
Service. TiSO: p.m. YPE Service Mrs. Herbert R. Green. ing is the reward of our ter several days' illness., 'With
: Wednesday, Nov. 11, 7:30 m., in the Lord and His love.
Tuesday 7:30 pjn. Prayer Meeting CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST p. Our pastor, Rev. W. E. Hall
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study.
7:30 p.m. Thursday LATTER DAY SAINT HAMPTONCIIRISITAN had a very busy week. After a
8 m., Adult Choir Practice.
Lawtey Services each Sunday in old Ma- p. glorious day Sunday Oct. 25, he
Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng sonic Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday and Mrs. Hajl left on Monday to EvangelistRevival BILL RICE

Worship 11 a.m. YPE Sere School 10 am., Sacrament Serv- Bible School 10 a. EL; attend services at Mt. Zion Bap-

I ing Saturday. 7:30 p.m.. ice 6:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. Service 11 a. m.; Youth Ganett'I tist Church at We bster, return-

..-, Raymond E. MacBlain 6:30: p. m. Evening ing home Wednesday. Thursday he
Schedule of Services p. m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon, was called to conduct a funeralfor preaching that is plain, simple, Scriptural, often hum-

the 7-month-old son of Mr. orous always fervent.
SUNDAYS thousands have heard him in
and Mrs. Melvin McKinney at the

: FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke ..m.9:45, Morning a.m., Church Prayer &School; Sermon 11; graveside in McKinney cemetery. revivals, seen him in sound films, read his sermons, etc. THIS
PINE Friday Rev. and Mrs. Hall madea IS YOUR
6:30 p.m., Young People's Service trip to Valdosta, Ga., and on OPPORTUNITY TO HEAR HIM IN PERSON!

. League. Saturday he was called to Hilliard
by Mrs. II. M.
I. I to conduct
; a for Mrs.
11 3rd. Sun- Here Is The Program
r--. 1st. Sunday a.m. l Kirkland. Then last Sunday he
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor day 7:30 a.m.
attended the 15th
anniversary of
FRIDAY We had a large Rev. E. R. Bowers at Magnolia Friday "THE SINNERS OF BRADFORD COUNTY"Who
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town 7:30 Litany & Meditation. the Pine Level Baptist
pan. ; church at Branford, also during

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal. Sunday. Bro. Alton I i the week they visited the bed- they are how they got that way and what they can do about it,
. ,Starke brought the I side of Mrs. Oliver at St. Vincent's' Also Colored Movies of Africa. .

.., 6 6", I, '" ,, Church of Christ 201 in Sunday classes. hospital in Jacksonville. I

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M.Sunday Corner 10th and McMahoo preached at the evening Benny McRae arrived last Sat- Saturday "EXCUSE ME PLEASE" !
. One member came urday from Parris Island, S. C.
.r-" .. School 9:45 A.M.,- Training.Union 6:15 P.M. Preaching-11 A. 1L and 7:3 baptism. for a short leave with his family A thousand but
excuses just real
p. M. and relatives.Use one reason for Sinning. A Youth Night
t'' Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30P.M.REVIVAL. Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud Mrs. B. M. McRae and j long.to be remembered. Also sound film.

i each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. ter, Sherley, ,Mrs. Doris warfarin to Kill rats. Ask

r Bible School-10 A. M. and daughter, Betty Joe, I your neighbor to do the same. Sunday "THE NINETY AND NINE"
- I G. Bullington and Miss Start during the campaign.&kigtook'. .

Christian ChurchBible Lessons learned in Palestine. Rice preached this message in Bethlehem

where Christ was born with the largest response in modern history. Also
: -
School 9:45: a. m. Wor- pictures of Pygmies in African jungle!
ship Service 11 a. m. and 7:30: p.

.... m. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday -
REV. DAN COLEMAN, Evangelist '7:30 p. m. -J. E. Sherwood- Monday "THE CHRISTIAN HOME"Gods

Minister. THE MOST PERSONAL PEN IN ALL THE WORLD plan for husbands, wires and children. How to get children to mind,

BEGINNING. NOV. 4TH St. Edward's ChurchSunday to get them saved, etc. Also sound film.

,+'t No other pen makes so personal a giftas
SERVICES NIGHTLY 7:30 P.M. Mass at 9:15 a. m. Tuesday "WHAT WILL HAPPEN
Weekday Mass T:30 a.m. an Esterbrook. From the world'slargest WHEN JESUS COMES'7Not

Children's Class Saturday 11 selection of point styles you can guess work speculation or date setting, but a Bible discussion of events

Special Singing a. m. Keystone Heights choose the point precisely right for the that actually will take place when Jesus Christ comes to Bradford County.

Welcome (Women's dub) t way they write-the exact point for ALSO FILMS OF WITCH DOCTOR MAKING BLOOD SACRIFICE.
Everyone their kind of writing job. .
. Sunday Mass 8 a. ra.

Confessions before all Masses. Wednesday "THE LAST JUDGEMENT"When

CHURCH OF.GOD IIEILBRONN ,00 pGoo Sinners come to Judgement, the books are opened hidden Sins are

3th and St. Clair Sts. Starke, Fla. BAPTIST CHURCII revealed and doom is pronounced! Who will be there and why? ALSO
Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching e
11 a.m. Training Union 6:30

I p.m. Preaching 7:30 pjn. Prayer Thursday "HELL FIRE! PLACE or CUSSWORD"Bible
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. ; cati
Uan't CafeN Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. teaching on Hell. Is Hell real? Is Hell the grave. What does the

Bible teach about Purgatory? Soul Sleep? A Second Chance Will a
SEVENTH loving God Send Everyone to Hell Forever?
each Sabbath in old
NEW MENU Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sab- Friday -- FAMOUS WESTERN SERVICEBring

bath School 2 p.im. Preachingeach
second and fourth Sabbaths .'00A7 the family for Colored Pictures of Cowboy land including the Bill

T Bone Steak Half 3 p.m. Elder Mostert, pastor. POCKET SET- Rice Ranch, for Western Songs and Chorus and a message illustrated with

Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. a ea Pen and matching Tales From Texas! Thousands have packed great auditoriums for this

Fried Chicken Everyone welcome.PENTECOSTAL. 5 Push-Penal shown S4.60 Colorful Service.

Other combination
HOLINESS c seta to $7.40

1 1.25Served 1.00 Sunday School CHURCH 10 a.m. ee OTHER GREAT WEEK-END SERVICES

Morning Service 11 a.m. Ponds for wary Mad forvary .

with French Evening Service 7:30 p.m. f writing ityla. Only a COMnntrtt
Prayer Meetings Wednesday 1 law of the acre popular ttyot\ SHOWN
Fries Salad and Hot t Fries.Served Salad with and French Hot tight 7:45 p.m. Saturday night shown S2 30 Thrilling Musical Program!

Rolls Rolls HOPE, BAPTIST CHURCH 4. ,4 Otter Styles To$3JI I IADVEtliSED

Sunday School THERESSA 10 a. m.; Preach- First
All Beef HAMBURGERS 15c f Baptist
ing Service 11 a. m.; Training '.
Union 7 p. m.; Evening Service S
7 For $1.00To Take Out Only Sp.m. ,
"A church earnestly contending .
for the Faith which was once delivered Church'HAMPTON
Prices shown include Ff E.Ta .
Home Made unto the Saints.Jude IN
BREAKFAST 3. A welcome awaits you.

-Merle '-I < ,
.' PIES Packman pastor., f- LIFEBRADFORD <




10 a.m. SundaY' School 11 a.m. COUNTY TELEGRAPHPhone
Up To Take Out
Gray Pastor
preaching. 6:15: BTU, 6:45 prayer ,

service 7 o'clock song services, 29 .. Starke, Fla.

7:30: evening services. .- -- ..
- -- -- ..
-- -


---.f' ....:...)<'1FRIDAY \ -::;.
--- --

,' I "" *! ; ..., 't-' ./: '''!'", ri., "": F ,- -- -- -- -. -
," --- -
:: -, "" -it: : ; ,, ,
, ; :. 4r'r, _-"
: : : ">
; "r'., -..."><"' ;'- .,_ -
: ": "'"ii}' ''< ...
-- (: ;< I _.I : ? .

", )"r:: .- '.-. .- --lp...F'.. '

;: ,' ... ...*.. -. S ,. I' .
i "\ ...., .
-'--' m ___ __
J' W.\.Y, .: O\"DIBER 1933

Legion And ,AuxiliaryTo Bids ReceivedOn i''J I Board Confers I Rotarians Are Told I. Circuit NOTICE Court.! TO Bradford APPEAR In Circuit Court. Bradford C.1I.tT.I! .tI..* To' Appear.' ./. 'j
Be RepresentedAt Repair ProjectsAt HONOR ROLL ":r. Carelessness Florida! I. Chancery. Florida I. Chancery I To: Renee Lax whose rettgenreand !
On Road Mattersi Fatal Ruby Harrington also known as Lundry McCoy, Plaintiff vs. Fannie 1 address is: Unknown. '. '.
Ruby Harrington Hamilton Plain McCoy. Defendant Case No. 10-134 I You are hereby notified tat a
District Meeting Camp BlandingColonel j: t Regardless popular belief it's tiff vs. John Ward Hamilton De Order Of P.hUt'.tloAad Notice To suit for Divorce: has been tilled
r'f fendant Appear State of Florida To; against you in the above named
The Honor i Case No. 10-016
Roll for the first
f .. D, Jones 'Jacksonville, the careless driver rather than : To Appear Fannie McCoy, whose residenceand Oorri and cause and you are reQuired -
District I
Charles S. "Partin Jr., Commander H. W. Schull Jr., -. NoT
six-weeks at Brad- address Is: Unknown .
: to serve
grading period ;: the drunken one who causes o: John Ward Hamilton. whose a copy pf your answer
Jones Langford Wfcite) Engineer. Jacksonville District -: reresenting the du Pont Company, most residence and address You are required to appear on or pleading'; to the complaint
: Unknown
| ford High School indicates that 111 I :
the deaths on Florida November 16, 1953 in the Plaintiff's
the on
highways. ; above Attorney.
and H. V. You
county attorney are
hereby notified
Post 66, The American Legion, Corps of Engineers an: per cent of the enrollment earned I This and other forceful for that alult named Court and cause, wherein Evan T. Evans. 103 Law Exchange -
announced that a delegation of nounces that his office has received no grade inacheivement and citi- met with the Board of County information Annulmenthas plaintiff seeks divorce. Building. Jackson v.lit,

local members of the Legion and bids for repairs to water: Commissioners Monday in. regards concerning traffic safety was been filed against you In the t Bradford' County Telegraph shall Florida.
zenship below "Bnor received, brought to members of the above named Court and and publish this Order in next four and file the original in the off ie of
Legion Auxiliary will attend a lines and fiJJng: and gradingeroded orange-colored "admit fovthe:: Blackburn Road, which iso Club Rotary I you are required to serve cause a copy of weekly Issues. the Clerk of the Circuit Court ton

Fourth District School of Instrue- areas of railroad em- any s1ip"t be hard-surfaced from Lawtey. I by Frank Eskridge, Troop your answer or pleading to the Witness my hand and official seal or before the
which denote unexcused absences. Safety Officer with the Florida complaint on the Plaintiffs I at Starke. Florida, this Oct. 14, 1953. 23 day of November IWJ
tion'and Conference to be held at bankment at Camp BlaMing, east about a mile to the site of'the. (OFFICIAL SEAL
As usual, girls outnumber boys Attorney Joseph K. Skipper, 221 ) Charles A. Darby otherwise the allegations of fata
the Ocala American Legion Hall about eight miles northea: of new ilmenite 'plant. Highway Patrol in a luncheon Graham Building. ,Jacksonville. I As Clerk of Said Court Complaint will be taken as con
I in this phase of scholastic achieve- By Marian L.
talk here Wednesday. Florida : Crosby, Deputy Clerk fused by you. ,
next Sunday Nov. 8, beginning at Starke. ment. Only 13 boys won places o\ :Jones requested that the last 6Q, and file the original in the office of !Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Building This notice shall be published
10:30 a. m.According. The apparent low bidder on feet on the east end of the road not'be Trooper Eskridge said that last the! Clerk of the Circuit Court on Jacksonville, Fla. i once each week for four consecum
the list. since that la the year in Florida 66 auto deaths or before the At tys. for Plf. jo/16 4t 11/C I weeks in the Bradford County Tel.-
to District Commander the job is E. H. Holcomb. Jr.. of 12th Grade paved point lout of 30 day of November. 1953; '" graph.
of Clearwater, Florida, whose bid is where the plant utility lines would every 100 were caused by otherwise the allegations or said lOTlof''T APPRAR Dated this 16 day of October, 195'
Herbert .Goldman Ocala.; a The Government had Levy Canova, Jimmie Cole Rus- be crossing the road. He said also. .failure to give proper hand signals j Complaint will be taken as confess.J!! In Circuit, Court Bradford County, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
$1,224.00. Florida
number of State Legion and veterans sell Crosby Janice Dansby Peggy ;: while ed by you. !I IB Chancery. Clerk of the Circuit .Court
officials will on the estimated the cost at $3,133.00. that heavy equipment would be' only 6 out of each 100 were This notice shall be published]', Irving, 1{. Lax vs. Renee Lax. De Py Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
appear Dyal. Ted Edwards, Mary Julia ndant,
continually crossing the at caused by drunken driving. I once each week for four consccutlve j Cane No 19-140 lOi2S: 4f 11. i.;
District ,Conference program ana Futch, Annette Green Kathryn rqad The weeks in the Bradford County Tela-I
the Conference will also featurea i! Newcomers Asked Kelly Ann Johns. Martha Lan-I that point making paving' im I speaker was introduced by i graD ph.ated. ,
practical. The Board agreed not to T. T. Long, who had charge of the this 23 day of October. 1953.FFICIAL .
panel on veterans affairs which drum. Pamela Fay Lawson, Wayne SEAL) Charles A. Darby
will be led by State Service Of- To Register At C of C Matchett. Lucille McRae, C. pave this section of the road. > program.'c Clerk of the Circuit Court i, DEEP FREEZE I I

r; \ ficer Melvin T. Dixon of Pass-AI :lade. Ona Stern. W'I In the afternoon the Commissioners It was announced that the Board By Marian L. Crosby 10/30 Deputy 4t Clerk 11/23 BABY BEEF

I Mrs. Marian Howe secretary of met with Union of Directors
will have
Grille. The Conference will end | 11th Grade I County a supper I i

! with a joint Legion-Auxiliary dinner the Chamber of Commerce, has i Jay Alderman, Pat Bowers, De- commissioners in regard to road meeting Monday night at the homeof AOTICC: 10 APPEAR Slaughtered to your order Pick 'out the one you I like. I

which will be addressed by made an urgent plea for all newcomers i Wayne Elder Tracy Jones, Wen- matters. j, Rev. T. G. Mitchell. I| UPI Circuit Court Rradtord County, | We invite you to visit and inspect the conditions with I

Congressman D. R. (Billy Matthews to Starke to please regis- dell Kelly Barbara McComb, Other business before the Board oilds t la L. Chancery.Pauline Wise, .Plaintiff \a. which your meat is handled. I
ter with Chamber of Commerce. |:
of Gainesville. Marlyce Roddy, Donald Slade. was of a routine nature.Months THANKS Gordon L. Wise, Def"ni'*. | '

She said that numerous pass- Case No. 10-141 PRICES VERY REASONABLE
Commander Partin stated that Joanne Smith Sue Siprelle, Vir-
I I want to :.Notice To Appears :
thank all of those
Legion and Auxiliary members I ers-through stopped at her officeon ginia W-'I'iamson. I\\i 4- Rain To: Gordon L. Wise whose residence
I who made candy and donated and address Isco J. D.
plan to meet at the courthouse ': the courthouse corner and in- 10th Grade 1]! money for the P. T. A. Hallowe'en Parker, 2944 Macon Avenue Brunswick -, SANTE FE STOCK FARM "

square at' 9 a.m. Sunday morning quired as to the whereabouts of Mary Carol Bessent Kathryn Totals 34 InchesIn Carnival. Thank you so much for Georgia. j

t and then proceed in a motor- j persons who have recently moved Johns, Anna Harrell, Jackie I. your cooperation. suit You for are hereby notified that a i: Phone Keystone Heights 3571 or P 0 Starke, Fla.

cade to Ocala. He urged all Legion Hobbs, Eulie Rusnton, JoanneSlade what was probably the wettest Hazel M. Divorce and restoration of
i to Starke. Mrs Howe said she is Matthews maiden
and members to i Ina Stern. Polly Wait. I names
Auxiliary four-month period record I
j' Candy Booth Chairman I hi been filed against you n the .
make plans to attend this con- enable to supply this information 9th Grade the Camp Blanding area received I II I above named Court and cause and ,

ference. I'and would like to do so. Joyce Beal Martha Sue Brook- almost three feet of rainfall from NOTICE' -10 APP -\R :you your are answer required or to pleading serve a copy to the of I. JR ." -" .. -- Jir-. .. _j1.Now' .
h Circuit Court Bradford -
a COII.t",
ins, Ruth Burney, Judy Cason, ;
July 1 through October 31. 'lurid*I I. Cfcanrerv. complaint on the Plaintiff's '

Eloise Dobbs, Loedith Griffis, August led in dampness with a lara Wilson Plaintiff vs. CliffordE. Law Attorney Evan T. Evans. 1031
Exchange Buil4ing,
ImoJean Hall, Deloris Hicks, total of 17.95 inches, July ranked: Wilson. Defendant. !sonville Florida Jack-I

%INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE Pansy' Johnson Lucille McCul- second with 8.61, September Notice To Appear. Case No. 10-147 and,the file Clerk the of original t*>e Circuit In the Court ODor

ough l Mark Moore Betty Jo brought another 4.25, while October To: Clifford E. Wilson, whose I before the
Starling. esidence and address is: Unknown.You :23 day 'of November. 1953; :
tapered off with 3.40.
are hereby notified that a
I the allegations of sali
!IlrH. 8th Grade Total for the four months; suit for divorce, custody and C Complaint will t e taken as contess-
Patricia Alvarez, Virginia 34.21 control of minor child :2d by you.
inches to
according the official
has been filed against In the ,
Ellington you This notice shall be published
Darby. Dorothy Judy records kept at Camp Bland- bove named Court and causi and once each week for four consecutive I
jandy. Vida Jean Gentry Patricia ing. you are required to serve a copy of weeks In the Bradford County Tele. I
your answer or pleading: to the I Kl aph. 1'
RADIO Pellum. Daisy Ricks Elissa omplaint on the Plaintiffs Dated this 16 day of October, 1953. I I'

Stefanelli, Ann Taylor, Robert o Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr., ((OFFICUL !SEA: ) Charles A. \ '
Cooper. Fair Atfracting Starke Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court
AND and file the original In the office ]By: Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. "
7th Grade of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton 10/23 4t 11/13

Good Attendance or before the .
Barbara Bates Joan
TELEVISION 23 day of November, 1953
nella, Carolyn Dann Sandra.Carmichael .. otherwise the allegations of said I In The Circuit Court of Bradford
Complaint will be tax en as confessed County Florida, In Chancery
p t ,,. II 114 Charlene Dennis Helen American Legion officials announce by you. Case No. 10-135 I
felly, Shi Ann Smith Betty Ann This notice shall T>8 published D. E. KNIGHT and N. L. KNIGHT SANTA Has His
;k' Salesand Simmons a good attendance thus fait once each week for four consecutive I his wife Plaintiffs, vs. Dr. IDA J.EIBERGER Headquarters In Starke
Jean Dugger Angela a the Bradford County Legion weeks in the Bradford County Tele- H et ai, Defendants.
; Service Elder Charlene Hardy. ; I ;raph. I rder Of Publication And :Notice To '
Fair. Wednesday afternoon, which Dated this 21 day of October. 1953. Appear AT 'GEM JEWELRY"The

Srssp-ssnnrS scs J ssSssSSSSSflr4tSS_..rsJsssrs was "School Day" saw the biggest L (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby THE STATE OF FLORIDA. To: -
Clerk of the Circuit Court Dr. Ida J. Heiberger, R. C. Heiber-
224 N Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke Florida WOW Members Busy
crowd school children
ever of on
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. i er, J. Charles Richard Mary S. House of Fine Diamonds"
the grounds.The 10/23 4t.1113i mmons, Frank W. Simmons Sidney -
Redecorating Hall F. Hansford. Sallie J. S. Dunan -
Fair will continue
throughthis Circuit Court. Bradford County, Sophia G. Saunders. Sarah Jane ,\
Saturday with 'matinee Florida t In Chancery. Sa aunders Jesse N. Jones, Mrs. Jesse .
Plans to redecorate and furnish performance Mildred I. Blair. Plaintiff vs. WaIter N. Jones whose Christian name GIVE "ELGIN. The only Watch that guarantee the

Sell It Rent It Trade their hall were made at a meeting Saturday, starting at 1 R. Blair, Defendant. is unknown to plaintiffs, John D. "Motive Power" (Duro Power *

of the Starke WOW last p.m.. Case No. 10-161 McKinley, Nathaniel David Jones, Mainspring). Will never
Camp I Order Of Publication And NoticeTo Mrs. Jane Alvarez and Drury ReddiSh never break in service. Adjusted and timed to i
Friday night. The hall located Appear State Of Florida To if alive, and the unknown give a

WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED upstairs at the railroad on Call Renfroe Funeral Walter R. Blair, whose residence spouse of each, of them, it alive, life-time of service. Beautifully styled for Eye AppealAT /
and address is: Unknown: and if any of them be d'ead, to the

Street was secured recently as Held In Lake Butler You are required to appear on unknown spouse, heirs devisees 0i t
a meeting place for Camp 138 and November 30, 1953, In the above rantees. legatees, assignees creditors ALL
named Court and wherein and other claimants by.
Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place cause.
the newly organized Boys of T. P. Renfroe 67, chairman of plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford trough, under or against each and f
i Woodcraft Camp. The WOW will I County Telegraph shall publish this very of the above named'persons i Priced Levels to please
20 WORDS OR LESS, ONE INSERTION .; 50c the Union:County Board of County Order In next four weekly issues. who are deceased; to The Land your purse
meet next Tuesday at 4:30 p. m. lommlssipnersdied Sunday In a Witness my nan a and official !Mortgage Bank of Florida Ltd.. of .
*W ,_ EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c When secured, the hall was I seal at Stark!,!. Florida. this Oct. ngland, and all persons interested t
Lake City hosital after a brief illness I- %g. 1953. In such organization Thurber Why $33.75 and to $325
furnishings, A lifelong resident of Union (OFFICIAL. SEAL) Charles A. Darby land Company (Incorporated) ef theCiy
buttons of platforms and stands As Clerk of said Court of New York, a corporation, and
ADVANCE operated a By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk If dissolved all persons interested Including Beautiful l Diamond Models
for officers for of
plaster repair :
near Providence for the past 20 Charles R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life In such organization; and to all persons t ,
MEMOBIANS, CARD OJF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS-20c. PER LINE walls, paint for inside, and a heater years. He was a member of the Bldg.. Jacksonville Florida having or claiming any inter. ,

(COUNT'' WORDS TO EACH LINE) donated by enthusiastic mem Providnce Attys. for PIt 10/30 4t 11/20: est in the following described lands SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY AND. BE CONVINCED 1
Village Missionary Baptist ituate in radford County County
: bers of the fraternity puts the Church. NOTICE Florida, to-wit:
organization well on the way to TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Lots A, B. C and D of Block 2 QUALITY HAS NO SUBSTITUTE t
4 FOR SALE-Three lots 75 ft. front Among his survivors are a stepson You, are hereby notified that I of Wynn's Addition to Starke as
each by 300 ft. deep on St. Clair ward a comfortable meeting place.J. !. Robbie Shaler of Starke'anda L will offer for sale and sell at public per plat recorded in Deed BookE Starke's Leccling Jeweler

J. THOMAS' St. Ralph Begue, Gen. Del., Ar- W. Yeoman secretary of Kale to the highest and best bidder at page 171 of the public records I'I'o.
A. llngton. Fla. 2tp 11/6 local that the sister Mrs. Ethel Parrish of for cash the following described L of Bradford County Florida
ESTATE BROKER camp, announces Brooker. livestock: ; also described as: beginningat
24 T*..Ie Are.. T.le..e:14 SEWING MACHINES-Sell for balance ]I- Adult Woodman group will holda Funeral services 1 spotted Boar approximately an iron stake set at the inter O wn
FloridaHAS due. Write S. M.. Box 823, 'meeting for work on the hall J were held at 60 pounds; section of the Southerly line of e"r. 1
BUrke. Starke. Fla. tfchg Elzey Chapel Cemetery near at 12 noon on the 3rd day of November Madison Street with the Easter
: ; I ,_ .
: next Monday night at 7 o'clock. Worthington 1953 at the South door of the ly line of Orange Street, in the i :

\ SATSUMA ORANGES FOR SALS All members of the Starke Campor (r Springs. Court House, to satisfy a claJm in City of Starke. Florida thence I -g--1 '.- '..n, -, -- _?
SALE 15c doz. at.farm. No Sunday sale t the sum of $13.50 for fees expensesfor run South 72 degrees 3 minutes I
C. 'V. Jenklis near railroad depot, anyone interested in the workof feeding: and care and costs East and along the South line of: 1

Johnson, (Putnam County) Fla. the organization here are urgedto Legion To Meet thereof. Madison Street for a distance of:
October 29. 1953. 119.10 feet, to a concrete monu II
... .11 large tot itp 11/20 attend the meeting arming
l-M Ro..' n. a P. D. Reddish. ment thence run South 21 degrees -
IB Umter pRd''.U..t. ...- FOR RENT themselves with brooms paintbrushes meeting.of.the American Legion ] ., Sheriff Bradford Countyv 20. minutes -.Westfor a dis -
era C'O..I..HS" r..ly.rl" -Four room cottage furnished Post No. 56 has been annoUnced ltchg 10/30 tance of'210 feet thence Sat. Men. .. Only !
'" with .tirmtl,e tr.., 19 per week lights and or carpenter tools to assist North 78 degrees 3 minutes West .

water, Kingsley Lake road near in the work. for Tuesday Nov. 10, at 7:30< XOTICE TO CREDITORS for a, distance of 21.15 feet to

.-Sew 3 r_. dw"I1I.I(, M acre : Camp Boa..545 Blanding.,. Kingsley Court p.m. in the Legion Home. (1933 Probate 'Art.. Seem. 119. ISO) an iron stake thence run North 1
.f U.d..l mtlf ttm F..nM.rk.t ztp 11/6 IB. The .C art..t tk*.Co .tr ,Judge degree 50 minutes West being
A ,
.. .0 **., Me* movie will be shown' and refreshments -
J t I w. C r: u. Bradford County, Florida, along'the Easterly-line of Orange'
for ,.trk ..I.. .2,000.00. FOR SALE-60 acre improved pasture : will be served. "Olc !. Probate. Street for a distance of 220.7C

130 bearing pecan trees; 2 In re: Estate of Mrs. Rachel Brown- feet to an iron stake at said point
t-Lot. OB BUBdl K B..I..nI. dwelling houses dairy barn and "A GOOD TilING TO REME3Ia Sarge" Suslow will" be in charge in. Deceased. '. of beginning;
Oae-foirth d.H., ..Ia. odd buildings.- Write C. Letsch To All Creditors
.o.tlaly P7...at.. B.y ..w Rl 2. Box. 51, Starke. tfchg of entertainment. Claims or Demands Against You and each of you are hereby:
baud later TO DO. IS TO WORK WITH THE 'I.- Estate: Said notified that a Bill of Complaint
has been filed in the Circuit Court
WILL PAY CASH for good clean, CONSTRUCTION GANG AND Rats contaminate many dollars You and each of you are hereby: o f Bradford County Florida in

-Invest Today If You WoQId COTTON Bradford Rags.County Must Telegraph.be COTTON;tf NOT WITH TilE WRECKING worth of feed each )'ear. Test ,claims notified or and demands required which to present ,any: Chancery by D. E. Knight and N. L.
;you orI
Tomorrow" Knight, his wife, as plaintiffs and
Have Security LET J. CREW". show that a single rat sheds, I either of you, may have against the against you and each of you as defendants -
D. ODOH. JR. (GOSPEL SEARCH LIGHT). estate of Mrs. Rachel Browning, deceased ; that the nature of saidsuit LIMIT

'- CATTLE_ HANDLE AND TOUR HOGS about a million hairs eachear.- ., County, late of said County to the is to quiet and confirm the title C
Judge of Bradford
5 SALES County. o t plaintiffs to the above described
and cypress Florida, at his office in
wANTEDPne Inchu and up dla. 8 ft, I inches Lire Oak Each Wrd.edar j I house of said County at the Starke court I. ands as a fee simple title; and you 6 LOTS OFCOLORS
OaUmvlIle are required to and
above the nails. Each Friday appear serve a
lonr. Must cut Florida, within eight calendar
copy of your answer or pleading on
Will Preston pay-ale.$40 per Delivered thousand to our RADIOS REPAIRED For All Types Pest Control Phone or Write months publication from of the this time notice.of the first plaintiff's attorney' Hollis V.
mill 1 mile south of Lawtey on All claim or demand shall be in writing. Knight. whose address is StarKe. I Ii
All Model : florida and to file the original of
80 iHlway. T. W. Tatum. 3tp U(' and shall state the place of
Re-.I. rhare .. .. PEST
.n.t. : I FLORIDA CONTROLAND your answer or pleading in the office Ii
CHAS. C. SHEPHERD post office address of the claimant of the undersigned Clerk of
FOR RENT-Klngsley Lake: S-bed- v.h W. full **. Mark Ph.KOR 251 and shall be sworn to by the Circuit Court on December 7, 1953;
room house completely furnished : CHEMICAL CO. claimant her agent, or attorney, and otherwise the allegations of said ---- =: IJ i
living room dinette modern *u- NEW! TRY STAR PLASTIC TYPE any such claim or demand/ not so Complaint will be taken as confessed T
chen. bath with tub. hot and cold CLEANER-Does a better Job, 2220 N. W. 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville, Fla. filed shall be void. by ;you.
fve. for faster. No Miles AS administratrix
water, gas ra'nge messy liquids. Self-
heating. $TO per mo. for all year renewing lasts indefinitely. Only DEMPSEY R. SAPP Owner of the Estate of As executorof IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that sNsATIoNALVAL1S'c. J
around. Contact Starke C of C 50c at Bradford County Telegraph. the Last Will and Testament his: Order of Publication and Notice
or Mrs. Jack Williams 2110 N. W. tt of Mrs. Rachel Crown; be forthwith published once each
MOSS week for four successive weeks in
Greenville. tfchg ing. deceased.
JUh Place 10*
First Bradford County Telegraph, a duly Regularly
RENT-Unfurnished house. InQuire publication October 30. 195,I.
at Bus Station. 10/30 4t 11/20 ,qualified newspaper published In
WE ARE HOLDIN'O a limited num- tf said County.
I her ft TURKEYS for retail sale. Contact Us Now For Estimates WITNESS i
hand and official
Circuit jny
FOR SALE'S" Court.
8" Bradford Count .
Place order now for Thanksgiving x x 16" Con- ,:
turkeys. Opals crete Block 18c each. Plenty of S Florida In Chancery. seal at Starke. Bradford County
and Christmas
Mortar Termite Control Mary Iduma Florida this October 15, 1953.
Turkey Farm. Florahome. phone Mix and Celli t'R t. Brad. Davis, Plaintiff vs.
Keystone J78S. Stchg 11/27: ford Engineering Company. Phone 9 Melvin Mixon Davis Jr. Defendant (OFFICIAL SEAL) .
$41 'CCAKES Household ,& Commercial Case No. 10-163. /CHARLES A. DARBY :. M'; I
Order Of Publication And .Nolle Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford \ 'i '
SALE Bed complete with J
FOR SPECIAL Exterminating To Appear State Of Florida Tot County Florida. .
springs and Intel-spring mattress -BirthdaysVeddtngs. ''Iniver.1larles Melvin Mixon Davis, Jr.. whose 10/16 It 11/6 --
$:0, Slngrr sewing machine good etc. raked by Moeller' residence and address is: Unknown. 1\
condition %0. 1 dresser $S, chest Rodent Control
$ Bakery. Ooala. Fla. Orders taken! You are required to appear on In Circuit Court Bradford Count
of drawers $9. 1 burner oil heater -
LOVETTS. 4tp ll/i November 30. 1953. in the abo Florldai U Chancery. \1
$I: 1 A U Electric (apt. size) Court and Mamie K. Steed,
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL WORK cause wherein: Plaintiff vs. GreenA. {
rang almost new $50; and 1 FOR SALE-Boxer Pups, AKC Reg plaintiff seeks divorce. Custody and Steed, Defendant
wardrobe trunk $:5. Highway 21 -
istered Grand Sires: Lord Bruno control of minor child. Bradford Case No. 10-1''46 .
between Keystone Heights and Von Heira-Companion Dog-Com- County Telegraph shallpublish this Order Of PllbU..tlon.d :otlce To % i.t t
Melro Highway. 15. T. Hut-
e on panion Dog Excellent and Champion I Order in next four weekly issues. Appear state Of Florida To
and W. J. S77S
von Grolick. phone Rolt of Sarrah Crest. Fawn Witness my hand and official Green A. Steed whose residence ,
Keystone Heights. :t 11138ATSLMA and Brindle. Males or females seal at Starke. Florida this October I and address is: Unknown.

whelped September 9. 1951. Clif- 29. 1953. You are required to appear i o. I
ORANGES FOR SALE- ford L. Currie Phone 186 or 349J. School Supplies School SuppliesUNO (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb) November 23. 1953. in the above
lie doi. at farm. Also (choice pecan Pupa can be seen after 5:00: o'clock As Clerk of said Court named Court and cause, wherein
*. No Sunday sales. C. W. Jenkins -week dayb-All day Saturdayand By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford: ,
near railroad depot Johnson Sunday. i /is 4t 11/6 Zach H. Douglas 505 Lynch Build County Telegraph shall publish this I \ 4' : I
Putnam County) FL*. Stp 11/20 ing. Jacksonville Florida. Order IP next four weekly issues.

WHY PAT REXT-When Attys. for Plf. 10/30 4t 11/20 \ Witness my hand and official seal '
WANTED TO BUY- 0 gaL syrup own your home with you can ,I at Starke, Florida this October. ,%;1. :
kettle. Charlie Cooper. Ut 2. EV: >x down payment and the a balance small NOTICE TO APPEAR J 1953. .-

IT. Starke. Fla. Up paid like rent. W. H. XoUman.lal'Il' *. Circuit Court Bradford C...'!? : OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A Darb] >
Fla. Florida; IB Chancery. i As Clerk of said Court
FOR SALE-1 lot ISO x ISO ft. about tfchg Marilyn Mae Fanshaw. Plaintiff vs. By Marian L Croaby, Deputy Clerk

100 yards from highway. Electric FOR REXT-Nicely fumls-hed 1 bedroom Floyd B. Fanshaw Jr.. Denfendant. Zach H. Douglas SOS Lynch Bldg.,
available $150. L. B. Jor.
power apartment Case No. 10-i 4' Jacksonville. Florida.
dan. Rt. 1. Rox 304. Starke. Fla. Up, Beard at 691. Call Frank lIp it", Vatlct T* Appear. I Attys. for PIt. 10/zi H 11/13 I 14
) To: Floyd B. Fanshaw. Jr,. whose : ,
FOR RENT-Twoartment. .. rm f..f' room furni..hedalartment.
Adult or with baby, Brooklyn Boulevard, Bay Short In Circuit Court Bradford Cvnnty
Phone 175-W. lilt Church St. Up t-ath. hot and private cold water.entrance Back an* d NewYork. I Florida In (........r,.. : AND MANY GTS NOHOW, DflOC-IWAaJ, SMALL WARES d 4

apartment 224 s. Thompson phone You are hereby notified that Eugene Kay Plaintiff, vs. Jacqueline
FOR RENT Small partly furnishedcottage _KS-J. Mtn tmous -IOOSI LIAIflUOS MEMO ult for Kay. Defendant
sjta1. fr r 'ipl.. \r BOOKS Divorcehas -, Cue No. 10-149

with one child. Located within FILL CARE FOR SMALL CHILD been filed against you in the Notice To Appear
City Limits. Inquire U F. Smith while mother work from now above named Court and cause and. To: Jacqueline Kay whose resif -
Keystone Rd. or phone 17S-W. thru Christmas. .frIO. C M. Phil- you are required to serve a copy dense and address U: 111-12 224th
2tp 11/1S <.. SaUv Tisons Home. Up your answer or oleading to the complaint Street. Cambria heights Long Island ,Exchange
., on the Plaintiffs Attorney ; New York.
FOR nE.Tb roo'm furnished Evan T. Evans, 10} Law Exchange You are hereby notified that a )
house with electric kitchen and I Building. Jacksonville. suit for dlvo'ce Refund
NOTICE bath on Klngslcv Lake. $35lu Florida. has been filed against you in the
REWARD offered for return of month until May. Mrs. E. J. and file the original In the office. of above named Court and cause and ) We SatisfyOK
Dowllnir." fr.. phone IlL tt.fce the Clerk of the Circuit Court on you are required to serve a copy of I
lost five year ol
lei mal dog. Color: reddish FOR REXT-TWA bedroom n"f' rnlshed 1953; otherwise the allegations of .. 01 the Plaintiff' Attorney
aid Complaint will be taken T. Frank Landrum. Starke
hf>ne living r blonde In {
brown body, patch top room. large kitchen. two porchesand by you. Florida
of head; fully feathered. Wad car port on Cherry St. Two This notice shall! be publishedonce and file the original In the officeof :
separate ott.ges nit premises. WiltING TAIUTS tOMPOSmON BOOKS'PENCILS each week: for four consecutive the Clerk of the Circuit Courton )
wearIng rolled collar and aasuer fnntact'T. A. Yawn. County Jnde.2tchg. weeks In trie Bradford County Te 1.- or before the 23 day of November' ,

to RUSTY. 11/is graph. r 1953. otherwise the allegations of Starke.F1a.
Dated this 29 day of October. said Complaint will be taken as confessed -

EDWARD A. HALL HELP WASTED MALE-Wanted 1953. by you. .
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Dated this 21 day of October. 19 53.
MS Lar.'.... *(. Pkae 2417WSTAIiKK. fill time man with! car for establiohed -
Insurance debit. Guaranteed Clerk of the Circuit (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
FL\. salary plus commissions. Contact Py Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk of the Circuit Court ______. ., --- .
10/30 4t 11/29 By Marian L. Crosby. Deputp Clerk.:
Ellis Thornton. ltp 10/23 4t 11/13 I- ____u- -,- -- .

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