Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 13, 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
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Official County Publication Established In 1879


IF\ ;rtkr'& Ic fIIftJJI;4 M I:; Bids Are Asked Grand Jury Farm Bureau Hears Congressman Road Requests

i' On Call-Walnut Indicts Youth 15 ; iAic Aired By Board *

13 9air, : \ And Mine RoadThe For MatricideAn At SRD MeetingAnother

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: : !!! nut Streets widening through of Call Starke and Wal-took included 18-member one Negro grand juror jury, returned which- ; i step toward better road

A .one more step toward reality this an indictment Monday charg- linkage between Bradford and surrounding -

: week as the State Road Department ing 15-year-old Ronald Hansen I'1lij fk counties was taken by
.' c ) t cpc I called for bids on the project with the first degree murder of Bradford 'County Commissioners

fronu qualified contractors.At his mother
4j ; Mrs. Jessie Hansen. Tuesday, when they met with rep-

I the same time, the .S. R. D. who he fatally stabbed in the back lesentatives: of the State Road Department -
". called for' bids on the hard-sur- last Sept. 4.
!{ in Gainesville and
\, facing of the Blackburn Road The grand jury, which was impaneled -

,,1,' I\ (State Road No. S-125) from a on the opening day of the resolutions listing desired

t point on U. S. 301 north of Lawtey,, Fall Term of Circuit Court here road projects for the county.

.....t \ east to the Clay County line, a Monday, considered the Hansen -Polaroid 1-Minute Photo by the Telegrapn The first resolution, presentedby

,\ '-.. "... distance of slightly over a mile. case about an hour and a half before Rep. Doyle Conner for the

/ -.r The eastern terminus of this road returning a "true bill." Congressman D. R. (Billy) Matthews (left center) and J. R. Wainwright County Commissioners
V.- requestedthat
". :\ -.,.,. 4 !bA I will be the new ilmenite plant now The true bill stated that Ronald president of the Bradford Farm Bureau, discuss farm policyat the
__ under construction the Bridge on the
by Humph-
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w Hansen
and a well-attended
"unlawfully meeting- the organization in the courthouse last
I I 1 A portion of the crowd that filled the BUS cafeteria for the annual reys Gold Corp. .from a premeditated Raiford Road, be re-built out of
I design to ef- Friday night. Rep. Doyle E. Conner (white coat behind Matthews)
C of C Banquet Chamber of Commerce banquet is pictured at top. Lower view 'Vhowi The two projects, for which feet the death of Jessie Hansen, a !and other Farm Bureau members listen attentively.The primary funds. It was pointed out

I head table as speaker William Chandler was delivering main address.ed I I sealed bids will be received in human being, did kill the said i that the building of the bridge
Congressman told
farmers he could see nothing wrong with
Tallahassee until 10:30 a.m., Nov. Jessie Hansen by stabbing and would
27, ate described her Ule government helping them with problems of surpluses and sagging provide a direct route to
Well Attended more specifically cutting with a knife.
growth for this north central secretary of the Starke chamber, as: Mrs. prices when industry is protected by tariffs, utilities are protected by Raiford, via the Brownlee Road,

section of Florida, saying that it. gave some interesting facts on Hansen was killed Friday regulations which insure them a fair profit, and other services, Road, which is now nearing com
is being favored more and more Starke and Bradford County and State Project, Job No. 2801-113, night, Sept. 4, and her body was many
Tuesday Night ,. by investors and homeseekers. He the industrial payrolls that have State Road 200, Bradford County, discovered the following day in such as airlines, railroads, and steamship lines receive outright sub- pletion.A .

emphasized the importance of been brought here in recent years. in Starke on Call St. from TempleAve. the kitchen of her home about two< sidies. He said the farmer was the least able of all to protect him- second resolution requestedthe

planning for the future and said Representatives of three of the to Walnut St., and on Wal- two miles south of Starke on the self since he was not well organized. State Road Department to

"Report to the people" might that all fast-growing towns, suchas new industries now operating here nut St. to a point approximately Keystone Heights road. Deputy Sinclair Bryant of Raiford, a district director of the Florida Farm built out of primary funds about

well have been the theme of the Starke, should have a planningand I- the Humphrey Gold Corp., the 100 feet south of the city limits. Sheriff Cecil Sewell discoveredthe Bureau, pointed out the many accomplishments of the oganization in two and one-half miles of Toad

annual Chamber "of Commerce zoning board. I Hercules Powder Co., and the Big Work consists of light excavation;: body when he returned the behalf of the farmer, and urged increased membership. (known as the Scout Hole Road)

banquet in the BHS cafeteria The speaker was introduced by Dad Manufacturing Co., were 8-inch Ocala rock base with as- boy, Ronald home after what Se- I from- ,near., Brooker. to the Union

Tuesday night when T, H. Slade, Rep. Doyle E. Conner, Rev. T. G. introduced.The phaltic concrete surface,. Course well thought was an attempt by county line. This-- road is already

president of the trade group, re- Mitchell gave the invocation and meal was served for the Type 1, and Binder Course; storm L the boy to run away. Hansen had Complicated Marital Status ToldIn paved on the Union County side. I

viewed activities for 1953 and benediction. chamber at cost by the cafeteria sewers, and incidental* items. Net been picked up by police late Friday and, it was pointed out, paving of

forecast plans for the future.In staff and the profit will be used length: 0.509 mile I night, when he was discovered the strip from Brooker to the ,
After the delicious chicken supper Non-Sunnnrf Case On
a grass-roots address on to buy school lunches for the underprivileged State Project, Job No. 2854-150, roaming the streets of Starke. He Trial Here county line would provide a bet-
prepared and served by Mrs. I S S - - -- -- -
chamber -of, commerce organiza- Tyler Jones and her BHS cafeteria children. State Road No. S-125, Bradford was turned over to Deputy Sewell, ter link between Brooker and Lake

tion and objectives, William staff round of singingwas The lovely table decorationswere County, from, State Road 200 (U. who finding the mother's pocketbook Three criminal cases were disposed ,. E. Jordan charged with gorgery Butier.

Chandler, prominent Gainesville ,led a George group H. Huggins.Mrs. provided and arranged by S. 301) north of Lawtey, east to; in the possession of the boy, of and three others trans- !md uttering a forgery, the defendant Secondary road projects requested -

attorney 'and a past president of Jeannette by Kincaid played the the Starke Garden Club. the Clay County line.' Work con thought that Ronald was running ferred to the absentee docket on I Ii Jordan, failed to appearn in ,a resolution by the Bradford -

the chamber there, gave a brief President Slade announced fol sists of light excavation; limerock away from home. the opening day of the Fall Termof i court and therefore, had his County Commissioner were:

history of the early beginnings of piano accompaniment. lowing' the mefting that two stabilized base with Type 2 sur About 12 hours after the discovery Circuit Court here Monday.In $200; bond estreated. A capias I Designated as the number one ,
Some 25 valuable door prizes I from Stump's Store the case of the State vs. (warrant) was issued for his
the movement In England hun- checks one face treatment; and incidental of his mother's body, Hansen project construction of the Roster
dreds of years ago until the present donated by local merchants were for 100, $and one one from W. H. items. Net length: 1.093 miles. who was being detained in Luther Johns, charged with with- :arrest and the case transferred to Road for a distance of about nine

time when almost every town awarded by Lucian Conner with I Nollman for $25 had been receivedand When actual work on these, the, county Jail, confessed stab- holding support from minor'the absentee docket. miles from U. S. 301 at Lawtey

maintains an active trade group. the assistance of Mrs. Slade. would be applied against 1954 projects will begin is not known, bing his mother in the back after children, tht defendant was found Benny Allen, charged with withholding through the Rosier settlement, to

The speaker predicted accelerat- Mrs. Marian Howe, executive .dues. but it is expected that it will be i having argued with her' over some guilty 06 charges against him by .support from minor children New River, construction to begin
.- a six-man jury.. Circuit Judge was reported "not in cus next
household year.
around the first chores
of the year. and the -
purchase .G. L. Patten sentenced Johns tone tody" and that case trans
Designated number two
I Meets Here A survey crew from the State his of a "jungle knife" he wanted o year at hard labor in the ferred to the, absentee docket ect, construction as of about two proj-and
BHS Ketterlinus mother to buy for him.
; Road pep rtJtlent hag apparently, state prison but instructed the The sheriff holds a warrant for one-half miles of road from
The ) Hampton
boys Christian F
compjetefl} ,fa work }In marking off Clerk of the Circuit Court to Allen's arrestE.
south to the Alachua
rtWRi'O the new'width of Call and Walnut Hansen, was! in New York at the County
/* withold Jr.
commitment papers on Dowling, charged with line.
I tifeah Streets. time of the slaying, holding down
r eze -14 two jobs in order to support hisfamily condition that Johns pay $15 per grand larceny and long sought: Designated as number three I
week to the clerk for support of after by law enforcement 'officials -
project about six
miles of road
and for the
pay place- they his (John's) children. was reported not in custody. ,'

:: .11' >Tbmntniaayj"'tne"BHS TorTiadoes : 'Bradford* 'firstscore came soon b all.'givlng BHS first and goal togo. ,Smoke Tax Soars laG here bought-from when New-they York''move for down Ron- Testimony revealed that Johns His case 'was transferred to the extending Sampson from City the, and Broo1ceiaJto northwardto

are hosts to the ,strong after the game opened up. Craw- Douglas' on three straight ald's health. had married, divorced remarriedand absentee docket. State Road 100.
ford'kicked off the lays> : scored again, and Elder's The father came After disposition of the above
Ketterlinus Yellow Jackets of St. to open game down re-divorced his first wife, It has' been estimated that the
for Mrs.
Augustine; in their .first 'home and Seabreeze, with the aid, of a kick was good for a 26-7 lead. As City Expands then returned Hansen's funeral, who was the complaining witness. cases Monday, Judge Patten recessed Rosier Road project will cost

game., since October 22. 15-yard penalty against the Tornadoes The last score before halftimewas York where to his jobs in New I n the interval between his first court until the following $150-160 thousand, with $125,000

Last Friday night the Tornadoes marched from their own set up by a Tornado fallingon he is at the present divorce and the re-marriage to Monday, Nov. 16, when the first available in the fund
time. While secondary
went on a scoring rampage for 36 to the BHS 20 yard line where a short kickoff ball that fell on The largest amount ever: here, Hansen's father his first wife, Johns had married of six civil cases is to be tried. now. Additional would I

the first half and subdued Sea- they lost the ball on downs. In the Seabreeze 38 yard line. From 3251.62 has been received by said that Ronald "was still his son" and divorced his second wife. Cases on the civil docket are: have to ,be borrowed money from the 1955

breeze 'of Daytona Beach 39-14. four plays the Tornadoes scored there, Dojiglas scored on the the City of Starke as its share of and that he, of course, wanted to After divorcing his first wife for C. J. Howard vs. Thomas F fund to

Tonight's game should offer with Jackson going the final 45 seventh play from six yards out. cigarette tax money collected by see him properly defended.. the second time, Johns remarriedwife Grady, $50,000 damages, arising; complete the Rosier proj-

some good football, for Ketter- yards on a well executed end run. Just at halftime Seabreeze was the State Beverage Department in Circuit Judge G. L. Patten has No. 2. to whom he is presently f-om an automobile-motorcycle collision ect.At the Gainesville

linus Is always strong and for the Lavon Lewis and Jackson teamedup on the BHS 22 yard line. From September.This appointed Attorney A. Z.: Adkins, married. His first wife has July 29, 1948. there was some discussion meeting of U.

past six years the Tornadoes in the initial touchdown drive. scrimmage, the Sandcrabs drove is almost a 30 per cent in- Jr. and W. N. Avera of Gainesville four minor children by Johns. Eugene Alvarez. a minor, by S. 301. The State Road -

have not been able to defeat the Dewayne Elder kicked the extra i to the -BHS 2,0 at the start of the crease over the $2,509.75 in cigarette t tc defend Hansen. The trial date Wife No. 2 has four children bya Britt Alvarez as his next friend through a spokesman Department said

Jackets. BHS always puts up anal point to give his team a 7-0 lead. I game; and to the 22 at halftime. tax money received by has not been set as yet, but Judge former marriage and one by vs. Thomas F. Grady, $40,000() there were no immediate for

scrap, however, and hasn't On the ensuing kickoff, Lucey otherwise, they found it hard to Starke for the previous month Fatten said ,that it would probably Johns. damages, arising from same circumstances the re-routing of 301 far plans
as as
been exactly outclassed in its animal shocked Tornado players and followers move against the stout Tornado August. This places Starke be sometime within the next 30 Johns was charged with with- as the preceding case. by-
on an concerned.
passes are
game with Ketterlinus.The alike by taking the ball line. equal status, cigarette tax-wUe, days. Before Hansen can be arranged holding support from the minor J. M. Edwards dba| | Bradford Rep. Conner said that he'under-
Yellow Jackets, EFC standing on his own 10 yard line Just before the third quarter with on the first degree murder children of his ffrst wife. Engineering Co. vs. Willis Dixon
larger towns Live stands
,champs three out of the last four I coming straight up the middle ended Seabreeze lost a fumble on Oak and Perry, which received as indictment his father has to be Harold Chesborough charged Owens, trading as W. D. Owens have plans U. S.are: 301 being from formulatedto Waldoto

yean, will operate from a combination and outdistancing all Tornadoes their 45 yard line. Jackson and only slightly higher amounts of the notified officially, and defense at- with non-support of minor chil- Construction. Co., $2,924.13 dam Gainesville go

of the T and the Tennessee with his terrific speed for a 90- Lewis alternated on running and smoke tax than did Starke for torneys will have to, be given time dren, entered a plea of not guilty, ages. la. This much-traveled, and thence to Oca-

filr"le wing. The system is yard touchdown run. Lewis carried over from four to prepare their case. on being arraigned, but changedhis Bradford County, a political I route
% September, and Madison, which presently
received by-passes Gainesville
devised to make use of the Quarterback Bill Benner kicked yards out for the last Tornado about plea to one of guilty as his subdivision of the State of Fla. ,

strongest plays from each styleof the extra point and the game was score. $500 less than Starke.Starke's Rites case was going to trial He was; vs. Dorothy Hall, et al, eminent going from Waldo, through Hawthorne -
sudden increase in cig Tuesday For domain. to Ocala.
offense. all tied up 7-7 with only 4 minutes The Tornadoes drove to the arette sentenced to a year's imprison-
revenue can be James A.
accounted Brewer
Tonight's game has a strong; nf the time gone. 'At this pointit Seabreeze 29 yard line during the ment by Judge Patten! who instructed Mrs. W. J. Dodd. Jr. vs. O. A. district en-
for, in part, by the recent extension Mrs. gineer for the S. R. D., announced
bearing on the Northern Division looked like a free.scoring game, fourth quarter, but lost the ball the Epperson the clerk to withold commitment Collins, Jr., $300 damages.
of limits
city taking In that a traffic count on 301 shows
championship of the conference. but the Tornadoes played heads-up on downs. papers on condition that: Edward T. Shull and Anna E.
several more stores and that this
lose Ketterlinus football from out and it restaur- Chesborough pay $10 per week to- Shull vs. Hartford Accident and i I route now warrants a
A to by the Tornadoes here on With one minute and 45 secondsto ants where cigarettes are sold. Mrs. Lorena Knight Epperson,, fQur-lane highway northward from
would BHS off. widow ward support of his children. Indemnity Co.. a foreign corpo
put entirelyout really paid of the late
go, Lucey intercepted Jackson'spass But there is some speculation to Sheriff W. J Starke. Brewer added that this
I In the of the State vs. ration $2,500 damages.
; case
of the picture since they previously Seabreeze fumbled the ball on his own 40 and raced 60 the effect that Starke's location on Epperson, died Sunday morningat would be no immediate project.

had lost to Palatka. A win four times and a Tornado s"ooped. yards for the Sandcrab's second I busy Highway 301 accounts for a 9:15 o'clock. at her home on -

however, would put them back in un three of them. Also. Crawford score. Just as the game ended,, good percentage of the cigarettetax South Walnut St. She had beenin Funeral MondayFor Masons To Attend

the race. d'dn't try any more long kickoffs Seabreeze intercepted another ill healt for some time. Nut Volume
In the game aglnst Seabreeze to Lucey. Instead he wa< Jackson pass but it didn't cause Mrs. Epperson was born *in District MeetingHerb Up
last week Coach Hobbs' Tornadoes For instance, such towns of com Brooks Mrs. PeekMrs.
: JHcdn) r the, ball flat and the alert any damage. County, Georgia on Nov.
opened up with a swift and 'Tornadoes fell, oz\ two of these< I parable size as Brooksville, Milton 11, 1876, the daughter of the late Thomas find Carl Ha'rton

powerful running attack that: short kicks and marched on to STATISTICS and Chipley received only Martin and Edith Folson Knight. Willa Killingsworth Peek were initiated as Entered Apprentice But Prices Down

completely stumped'Seabreeze.. pay dirt. BUS SEA. about half the amount received by; She was married to Mr. Eppersonon 31, died'suddenly at her residence at the regular bi-monthly

Wayne Douglas with three touch- Before the first quarter ended. 1st downs 14 10 Starke for September. This could Feb. 14, 1894 in Lake Butler here early Sunday morning as the1 meeting of Bradford Lodge No.I

downs, Lavon Lewis with two, BHS scored again. Starting on' Yds. from scrimmage 353 101 I be an Indication that more tourists and they moved to Starke in 1916 result of a heart attack. She had 35 F. & A.M. in the Temple: Mon- Heaviest volume of the season
Sidney Jackson with one. and De- Passes 15 9 travel 301 than the highways on his dav night S. E. Sparks gave
j their own 23 yard line the Tornadoes upon election as sheriff, a been a resident of Starke for 19 was seen at the fourth pecan
wayne Elder's three ,extra points! in 10 plays. scored again Passes complete 7 2 which the aforementioned towns position he held until his death in years. the charge. auction held at the State Farmers
gave the Tornadoes their second Passing, 'd'i. 104 21 are located. The exact figures for .Plans were made to attend the Market here on Nov. 5. Sales
with Lewis going the final two Born in Turkey Creek, Fla..
highest score this season. The Passes intercf by 1 SYds the comparable towns are; Brooks- 1936.Mrs.. district meeting in Jacksonville. totaled 27,034 pounds of nuts
yards. Two completed Jackson Epperson was a member of April 20, 1922, Mrs. Peek was the
blocking on the lines opened up passes to Rivers and Reddish ate: intercep.! passes 10 91 I vile, $1,917.11; Milton $1,767.54; the First Baptist Church and took daughter of the late Charles C. Those planning to go are Ben which brought an average: of 13
big holes for the backs who were Punts 2 2! Chipley, $1,50556.Cigarette Rowland, Jack McComb. Robert 1-7 cents to bring growers
a grossof
un plenty of yardage in this drive, its activities until her and Bertha Pierce Killingsworth.
really driving hard, and the tackling : Ave. distance punts 21 50 tax money received by health failed. husband Green Cecil Sewell, Bill 'Haas, $3,478.53. Prices were off from
Wayne Douglas went over for She was a past She is survived by her ,
all the way around was the Yds. punts returns 68 4 0 other towns in this vicinity for the Alex Yawn and Gene Long. fractions to several cents per
three more scores in the second L president of the Woman's :Mis- Sinclair L. Peek, Jr., and baby
best this season. The Tornado Kickoffs 8 2 month of September was as follows of A called meeting will be held pound on most varieties.
quarter to up the halftime score sionary Union, and one of the daughter, Katherine Elise both
passing game was good again, Avg, d s. klckoffs 30.2 40 I : circles is Mrs. JamesH. Tuesday, Nov. 17 at 7:30 p.m. for Volume Is expected to continue
at 33-7. Douglas' first score was named in her honor. She Starke; two sisters
completipj$ seven ,out of 15. with Yds. kickoffs returns 18 128 Brooker, $150.70; Hampton, 67. also Miss the purpose of passing G. L. Pat good through this month and
set wn by a punt return of 68 was a member of the WCTU Dennis, Starke
Seabreeze intercepting ,three of yards bv Jim Reddish. being tack Yds. penalized 35 35 86: Keystone Heights, $607.23;; and a past member of the OES. Floried Killingsworth, Jacksonville ten and John Barden to the degreeof sales will be held each Thursday
the 15.Dan. Fumbles 0 4Fumbles I Lake Butler $724.46 Fellowcraft: All FellowcraftMasons with the exception of Thanks-
; Lawtey,,
led on the Seabreeze 17 yard line Surviving are 'two sons, W. J ; and her grandmother,
Lucy scatback scored lost 0 3 $350.53 and are invited to attend. giving Day, Nov. 25.
Waldo :
; $357.74.
From: there. Douglas'and Patray, I Epperson Jr. of Starke, and R. L. Kate K111ingswort of Starke.
both of the Seabreeze touchdowns.. Next the Torna Curtis led In volume for the
Friday night A total of $1,389,939.91 in cigarette held Mon-
on three plays. racked up a TD Epperson of St. Petersburg; two Funeral services were
His first came on a 90-yard'kickoff with Douglas going the final 4 I does go to Green Cove Springsfor taxes was collected for the daughters, ,Mrs. Eva Anderson. day afternoon at 3 o'clock In the Green Bar Dinner third successive week with 4,372

return after the Tornadoeshad )'ar ,s.. a bout with the Blue Devils month of September. Of this Starke. and Mrs. Dale Van Sickelof First Baptist Church, of which pounds of this popular variety

scored first, and with one With who are in the lead for theirconference amount 228943.05 went into the Los Angeles. Calif.; two sisters she was a member, with the For Troop 70 ScoutsA being offered at an average of
19-7 Strickland
a lead
16 1-7 cents, a fractional decrease -
minute and 45 seconds left in the and the
championship general revenue fund. and $1,160- Miss Mamie Rev. L. D. Haines offi
Knight Albany, Ga., pastor, ,
Green Bar dinner for
punted from the Troop the 16 1-2 cent aver-
Seabreeze 31 from
game Lucey intercepted Sid Jack to following Wednesday night comesthe 996.86)
was distributed to eligible and Mrs. Leila Weeks of Jacksonville ciating. Interment was In Crosby 70 Scouts held
son's and raced 60 for: eabreeze 9 line where Boy was Tuesday age of the previous week.
pass yards yard the big game Homecoming incorporated municipalities.J. six Lake under the directionof
; grandchildren and three Cemetery at the home of Mrs. NelsonT. ,
another score. Bill Benner, quart ban touched a Seabreeze player: against Lake Butler's Tigers to great grandchildren. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. night Nuts classified as "mixed"towed
Green. The Green Bars
erback, kicked both extra points. and, an alrt Tornado fell on the end the '53 football ,season. Funeral are Urr 3.08& pounds and brought
0. Turner Dies services were held Tues Active pallbearers were from leaders of the Troop and an average of 14 106 cent an
day morning at 11 o'clock in the the Board of Deacons of the
dinner plans for an Explorer program compared with 15 cents for the

I Jacksonville Rites For Fred C. Orr I Narcotics Inspector In First Baotist Church with the Church: A. J. Thomas Sr... T. B. were discussed. previous sale.

Leesburg oastor. Rev. 1... D. Haines. offi. Harding, J. T. Lawson. H. L. Other leading varieties were:

i George B. Flynn. Jr. has been ciating. Interment was in the Brownlee. Fryman Register Sr.. RELIGIOUS FILMS Randalls, 3775 lbs.. avg. 10 3-4
Funeral services, for Fred C. Starke for the past six years, returning appointed inspector in charge of family plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery and Orie A. Wiggins.Keystone AT CinJKCH OF GODA cents;

Orr were held in the chapel of to Jacksonville ,due "te his the Southwest District Office. Bu I Friends here will regret to with DeWitt C. Jones 'Itch Money Makers, 3476 Ibs., avg.
learn of the death of J. O. Turner.a *lYe of motion picture, "Venture Into '
the Estes-Krauss funeral home In illness. reau of Narcotics. This bureau, arrangements. Lions Plan 12 1-2 cents;
former resident
Jacksonville at 4 of Starke. Mr. Pallbearers ,were, members, cf Faith," will be shown at the I Stuart 1810 Ibs. avg. 18 cents
p.m., Thursday He was a member of the Congregational which is an agency of the State Turner broke his leg Saturday a,this the Board of Deacons of the First Annual Turkey Shoot Church of God. located on St considerable drop from the 20
Nov. 5, with Rev. R. E. MacBlaln is with home Wildwood and was
Board of Health charged Baptist Church.
Church, the Loyal 1-2 cent average of the previous
of St. :Mark's Church, Starke, of- Order of )Moose and the International the enforcement of the pharmacy carried to a hospital in Leesburg The Keystone Heights Lioiu I Clair Street, Saturday night, week; t
where he d.&d Monday morning. HOSPITAL annual I 24, at 7 pjn.Photographed.
ficiating. ADMISSIONS will
Club its
Association laws medical practices act, sponsor Success, 1017 Ibs., avg. 9 1-3
of Machinists.He ana For many years Mr. Turner Patients admitted to Doctor'sClinic : ; Thanksgiving Turkey Shoot on in beautiful color,,, cent-: to I
Mr. Orr died Tuesday, Nov. 3, at is survived by his wife Mrs. the uniform narcotics drug operated a bakery in Starke, moving Hospital t
will feature
during the past Saturday, Nov. 21, starting at 12 and with sound the film Vandemon. 883 Ibs.. avg. 15
his residence in Jacksonville 803 Gladys E Orr of Jacksonville and Mr. Flynn is a graduate of BHS, from here about 20 years ago. week included Mrs. Rosa Le, o'clock. The shoot will be conducted the Rev. Oral Roberts. cents. previous week 19 1-2 cents.

Ashford St.. after a long illness. ? the ., He is survived by a brother, R. J. Yarghn of Waldo Mrs. .
two sisters of West Palm Beach University of Florida, and the ; FrankieLou Tesch hit a new low with 5 3-4
Turner of New River. this year, as usual, in the The Church of God inviteaeveryone I
He was a resident of Jacksonville Interment was in the Oak Lawn U S Treasury Agency School :ii Moody Green Cove Springs: cent average paid for 2526 pounds.
Funeral services were held in and J. L. Bagwell and Mrs. Vada, lot next to Pangborn's lumberyard to attend the allowing. Teach the. week before
since 1905, but had resided near', Cemetery Washington, D. C. Wildwood. average
Pope of Starke. at Keystone. of this inspiring film. was 10 1-8 cents.


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y. o Jacksonville were visiting Miss Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Worship
: COUNTY EDITOR Q Keystone Heights :Maggie Crews Sunday.
GV I Service 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
... VIEWPOINT Maggie Crews returned home
TELGRAPH PUBLISHER by; Mrs. Sara McDonald By airs. Lacy Norman Wednesday after spending a few I Prayer 7 p. m.meeting Teachers each meeting Wednesday each

& &. .&.&&&&&AWL & ..... .... days in Jacksonville with her Saturday 7 p. n.ALVAREZ' .
Three hunters from Keystone Mrs. J. D. Boone returned 11111
Published; every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under O/ Heights had a successful trip 1 home Thursday after spending a Men's Clothing iI
the Act of March S, 1879. Qaa lately. Roy Menzen E. P. Watkins i few days in Tallahassee with her II STORE Established 1894 II I
and Frank
Walrath Jr. came daughter, Virginia.Mr. Li
AO with two large bears. Bear
]Marys, Ga. were visiting the Lacey
steak will be on the menu short- ]Normans Thursday'evening.. That's Our Business
I J A Good AccountingOnce ly at several homes. Brownie and Hugh Austin were
Capt. Hugh B. Ingram Jr., com- The PTA will hold their regular in j Jacksonville Monday on busi If It's Glass We Have It! I
manding officer of the local Na meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 17. Mrs. CALL WRITE or: VISIT
again Starke demonstrated that it great mass of people who are coming to tionalGuard unit of Starke, }las Huntley Redfearn will make a report ness.Mr..

, has the potentialities for an even greater Florida looking for a restful place to live presented five-year Service Rib- on the carnival and dinner. children and Mrs.were Harry in Jackson-Padgettand i Joe Peters Glass Co.

and more effective Chamber of Commerce and who are repelled by the blatant atmos- bons to the following enlistedmen There will be a book report anda ville Saturday.

1 r: when close to 200 persons filled the school phere of the. so-called Gold Coast 'areas. : Sgt. 1-c Richard Carter, solo by Miss Bobby Pastedo. James Bell of Jacksonville FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Sgt. Raleigh V. Crosby, and Sgt. was :
cafeteria for the annual banquet of the one "These people of moderate means are look- 1-c Oliver P. Hutto. Hostesses will be Mrs. Brault,Mrs. in our community-Sunday evening. i We Design Modern Store Fronts
Livingston, Mrs. Betts
j organization that is empowered to work for ing for a spot where they can live comfort- -These enlisted men have served Dona. and Mrs. Lacey Norman and E. C. Har- Just Mail Us A Pattern for

i the common. interest of all. ably without spending everything they've with Hq. & Hq. Co. for five years The Community Church is vey were business visitors to Table Tops

President T. H. lade's report of activitiesfor got." the speaker said. and Capt. Ingram said that he an Every Member Visitation planning Jacksonville Friday.Mr. 318 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353
the 1953 impressive and. since President Slade likewise predicted that to and Mrs. Harold Crews and
yar was was proud present these high Program for Sunday, Nov. 15.: The
much of the Chamber work goes unheraldedand Starke is on the threshold of its greatest awards in token of their loyaltyand purpose is to promote fellowshipand -
unsung this "accounting" did much to growth what with new industries locating fine contribution to the de friendship. Nineteen teams of

bring about a better understanding and ap- here and the natural shift of new home- fense of the State of Florida. two will visit every member of I

preciation on the part of those' present of seekers to this section of Florida.In Several more enlisted men will the congregation. Those not on the Only Dodge 111 its price field tags you, elegant
the work program that is" carried on by the view of these predictions it is encouraging be eligible to receive this award team are requested to be "at I!

Chamber quietly and without fanfare to know that at long last Starkeis next year. home" on that afternoon. I A

-. through the year. It is good to give these setting up the machinery for a planned I CWO Albert L. Crosby Battalion The circles of the Church Women -
Administrative Assistant, > will meet on Monday, Nov, 16. 4f
accomplishments an airing every now and zoning program. At a recent meeting of
left November
on 3 to attend
Circle No. 1 at the home
then, otherwise they would pass unnoticed the City Council a chairman bf a zoning Service School at Ft. Benjamin Rinehart at 11 a. m.; No. 2 of at Mrs.the : J \j.
by those who stand to benefit from them committee was named and as soon as the Harrison, Indiana. This school con- home of' Mrs. A. E. Reeves at 3

most. organization is perfected the group will be sists of Unit AdministratorS p. m.. and the Nightingales at ,
: The speaker Mr. William Chandler, a past ready to go ahead with its program. It i ia Course. the home of Mrs. Rushton at 7:30P. .. y .j. tr, A

president of the Gainesville Chamber of big undertaking, but it is worth the effort 2nd Lieut. Rodney P. Hall has P. !

Commerce, brought a message that was and the sooner it is done the less that will] returned after completing the Mr. and Mrs. John Satliff of { < tf >
t especially significant for Starke at this time have to be undone at some later date. Basic Infantry Officer Course at Lakeland were weekend guestsof

when he pointed to the need for planningand Yes, the annual dinner of the Chamber of Ft. Benning Ga. He has been in Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Holl.J. .
the National Guard four
zoning of cities and towns in fastgrowing Commerce was everything that could be has attended three service years schools and A. Williams left last week FABRICS

Florida. He predicted that North desired from the standpoint of attendanceand during that time. Lt. Hall is .now by plane for New York to help

Central Florida would be the ayes to watchin enthusiasm. It is to be hoped that this employed at Humphreys Gold will bring back a boat inland to Florida. They : Nowr for the first time in the medium-

'the future development of the State. fame spirit of enthusiasm and cooperationwill Corp. ;'Jacksonville come by and waterway to -- I priced field, Dodge introduces the match
to Mi-
This section of the. state appeals to the carry on throughout the year.. New enlistments in the Starke less luxury of stunning Jacquard fabrics!

unit include Pvt. Louis A. Mann ami.Work Known for their use on fine furniture,
I has been started on the ;
and Pvt. Edgar H. Dukes.BROOKER.. Jacquard fabrics retain their lustrous beauty
!new home of Rev. and Mrs. B. r
1;, through the years. They are strong, durable -

r. : This 'Report Carl' Not So Good VYTYY.Y. Y YY Y Y Weld.Mr. Lowther has been on the i t r x- 1. The,tasteful long wearing elegance and of easy Jacquard to cl an.fabrics

sick list for
days. is one of many exciting discoveries waiting
I Mayor, Frank Scott is still un i for you in the new '54 Dodge. You'll find,
"Florida Republican leaders are wearing to one large northern newspaper "appear to der the doctor's care. 1 .' too, color-harmonized interiors, and new
long faces over the recent election up-sets. have been read in the White House as mark By Polly Walt Jr. Mrs. Pat Fraher has rented her ', X glare-reducing Satin-Tone\instrument

They are beginning 'to realize that a vote ing a setback for complacent conservatism". new home to Mr. and Mrs. Sul panel. Here, truly, is the most luxuriously
for Eisenhower for President didn't necesFily' The ironical fact is that President Eisenhower & & &AAhAAA 1. livan and has moved in with Miss fr 4 appointed car you have ever seen .

mean the voter had turned Republican. was nominated at Chicago for the Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Andersonof Gladys Tillis. Mr. Sullivan is withduPont
Gainesville Co. > ...matched by more massive
simple reason that most Republican leaders were the weekendguests .. length

This observation by Win Pendleton jn his were convinced an old-line conservative Republican Anderson.of Mr. and Mrs. Hewlett week G. E.for Wiggins Havana will, Cuba leave, where next Lxk 9L 4'.rry' 4./v Yf.'bs and flashing; beauty

"Washington See Saw" column is one that could not be elected. That is true. Weekend guests of the LloydBarrys he will attend the Second Rotary

has been generally reflected by political Surveys have shown that twenty per cent were Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Concentration of the Carribean.He .

writers on all fronts since the Democratic of Eisenhower's record-breaking votes came Crosby Delores Newman, the will be accompanied by Hugh -.1 _....., n---.:.. :__
victories at the polls last week. from Democrats and another large part Lester Crosby family, J. E..Hardy Wilson, president of the Lake City "

Richard L. Strout, one of the top Wash- came from liberal Republicans. and family, and Edgar Dukes, all Rotary Club. .- [ 'D-- \ z ,
., But once Mr. Eisenhower was in office of Starke, J. A. Connerly of Lees- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Livingstonhave '
ington referred to the No- .
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the fatal mistake burg, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dees bought the Dan Bird house Sr
was made of letting tOld -
vember 3 the first chance of the ... "
balloting as from Haines and on Keystone Lake. ,,<'* '" _:.,urrr'''''- t 4' "M'.m.f.i2. \
Guard of City Mr. and I 'O.'H" <
wing the Republican
Republican Party to see its "report card". Party Mrs. E. C. Long and
In a pre-election article Mr. Strout said: take over, lock stock, and barrell. Eisenhower of Raiford. We are daughterMartha happyto from Brooker went to the "B" 0
apparently, desired to remain alooffrom squad football game at Starke.
"Teacher may give the Republicans a big report that Mrs. Barry is feeling
politics within his party and We were proud of our Brooker
A, or it may warn them to mend their ways.
i policy of "going along" with the Old Guard boys and think it was worthwhile.
By now,.of course, it is obvious which course instead of Joe Kelly, son of Mr,and Mrs. Susie, Wait spent the weekendwith
of action "teacher" took. The report card, fighting to.keep control in the Eustace Kelly is home ona thirty- Carol Cox of Gainesville.
to it wasn't hands of the GOP liberals to whom he owed day furlough from Japan.St .
put mildly Mrs.
good. J. C. Cone left Sunday for New Dodge Roal V-8 4-doof Sedan nevr'54
his nomination. Time after time in the 1a Rev. H. H. Mott
will be
the .
Though probably more one-sided than Cocoa where she plans to spend a with stepped-up ISO k p.Red lam V-t engine
session the Old Guard Congressmen would] guest preacher Sunday night at few weeks with her daughter and Specifications,,equipment and prices jubject to change wirfiovf colic
I generally expected, the November 3 de- have defeated the President had he not been the Brooker Baptist Church. % family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plum-

cisions need .not have been surprising to rescued by liberal Democrats.It There'will be a Training Unionmeeting mer. The Plummets came after Elegance in Action DODGE ;

political students who studied closely the must be a bitter pill now for Mr. Eisenhower Friday night at the Rai- her and visited the A. L. Greens

results of, the balloting a year ago. Although to realize that the Old Guard faction ford officers Baptist Church at 7:30. All who plan to go after her.
are invited to attend.
Eisenhower won the ,presidency with the that wanted no part of him before his nomination Mr. and Mrs. Howard Douglasare wants Anyone it in who the has news and call 3 GREAT SERIES ROYAL V-8 CORONET V-* AND SIX e MEADOWBftOOK V-t AND SIX --- _

largest majority in history his party did (remember? they wanted Taft) the proud parents of a new 2691 any day after paper 4:00.please You c

not do so well. It captured Congress, but are now in control of the party again and daughter, Deborah Ruth, born drop me a card. Address:
as Mr. Strout points out Republicans' got threatening to wreck his program. Saturday. Mother and daughter Wait, Brooker Fla. and HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.

less than fifty per cent of the total votes Yes, the Republican Party seems to be., are expected to arrive home Sgt..and Mrs. John Tindale

cast in congressional ballots. In other words. obsessed with a fatal fascination for self- Tuesday. son David of Tampa'were visiting
Mr. Eisenhower ran far ahead of his party destruction through reaction. It muffed j its.,\ Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long of t the W. S. Suggs this weekend. PHONE 69 600 Temple Ave. STARKE, FLA.

in the voting. His victory at the polls was one opportunity to redeem itself through I sons Raiford visited the G. B. Col- Mrs. Tindale is the daughter of
Sunday afternoon.
largely a personal victory, and the recent Eisenhower and the liberals who gave him l Mrs. M. O. Harrell Mrs. Eva Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Suggs.George DavisIjwere

elections are proving this fact beyond doubt. the nomination. Now it must take its medicine I- Harrell, and Mrs. Guy Havreattended in Gainesville on business on .

The November. 3 election results, according bitter as it is. the funeral of George'I Wednesday.
Keen n-___ r\f__ Oaineevilla___.__.__. Hff'U. .TToon..--..
YY YYYYYYYYT TTT m was Guy Harrell's uncle. To Relieve

/lard,,_ee Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and Misery of
PINE LEVEL family and Stanley Crosby visited \-
their parents Rev. and Mrs. C. A.
From where I sit...by Joe Marsh *
-e by Mrs. II. 11. McRaeLLl1WAWAWJAWW Crosby at Linden this weekend. j C. 666
On the way back, they stopped to I e
see her.brother who lives in Lees-

Sheriff's ?'Push"e' Rev. W. E. Hall filled his ap- burg.Mr. LIQUID Oa TAEUTS-SAME FAST UUU
and Mrs. L. L. Hardee .if I ,
pointment at Pine Level
Baptist 1
Pulls Jacksonville spent the afternoon
a Church Sunday morring with good with, the Bill Bighams.Mr. rFRIGIDAIRE

... attendance in Sunday School and and Mrs. George Davis and f

talking with our newly the window and says, 'Just Church. Bro. Alton Dobbs broughtthe children Barbara Sue and Dickie

elected Sheriff Williams the wanted to make sure: you're the message at the evening serv spent the weekend &t the home of THERE'S JUST ONE
other day.He told me about a relright man to vote for'." ice. her parents in Dundee. .

low who stopped by hia place late From where I lit, the fellow Rev. and Mrs. Hall Mrs. Frank L. Tomlinson gavea FRIGIDAIREMade ,

one night just before election. 'who's quick to lend a hand makes nied by Mr. and Mrs. H.accompa M. Mc- husband birthday party in honor of her only by General ...

"Heard a knock at the door," any community a better one.But Rae and Mrs. Felix Sapp attended Saturday night. Friends Motors Corp. All other -
lie said. "Fellow I never saw be10U don't hare to run for office' the ministers meeting at Bu- attended were the Bill Big- Electric Refrigerators are
hams, the M. D. and
fore. Told me his ear went dead to prove you're a good neighbor. ford Grove Baptist Church at Hil- the Howard Waits. Harrells, made by other companies -

down the road and would I give One way I know is just to hare a liard on Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Raborn and cannot use the word

him a shove. My boy, Flip,and I little regard for the other fellow.Whether They also visited with Rev. and spent the weekend with Mrs. An- Frigidaire.
went out to his ear with him. your neighbor likes beer Mrs. J. E. Murrhee at their home. nie Newton at Ocala. 0

We're all set to push when he or buttermilk, don't try to peak Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. Pfc. Bennie McRae left Mondayfor Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
t steps on the starter and the him to you choice.Just give him and Mrs. H. H. Lewis were their Parris Island S. C. after being

motor turns over. your "rote of confidence. son-in-Jaw and daughter, Mr. and home on a ten day furlough. ? ?

"Well. Flip and I Just'stood CL1 Mrs. B. M. Thomas and childrenof Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Barnette THEN SEE
there when the fellow leans outCopyriskt,1953 Brooker Mr. and Mrs. W. C. and sons and Mrs. Clyde Steele
Conner and daughter, Yvonne, and ,all of Jacksonville were Sunday
the H. M. McRaes. Afternoon visitors i.guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. H. SMITHTenth I COOKINGIEFllGflAnHG
United SMI 'rcw rs wnda4oa were Mrs. T. N. Norman and Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. Earl 'V
son Gerald. I Green.In WATER MATING
aid Temple Are. WASHING
Robert Starling of Macclenny! spite of the rain Thursday SOWING
visited his mother, Mrs. William night quite a few of the people Starke, Fla. HOUSE CLEANING

HERB THOMAS RESTAURANT Johnson last Sunday. -- ---- He W** good TOI I'D RADIO rumsT1MIMKU N

Mr and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez I N
301 1.2 MILE SOUTH STARKE 301 of Starke were recent dinner II I' \,'house keeping 1 ISIgvATHD+G
quests of the H. M. McRaes and CAMACC
in the afternoon all attended I in COFFEE MAKING
they -
Regular Weekly Specials TOASTING
the Bradford-Union Singing INTEGRITYof 1925 COASTINGFOOD
Fountain Service Convention in Lake Butler. MIXING
I J. L. Alvarez of Jacksonville I LAWN MOWINGGRIDDLE
SPECIALSUNDAY I and Miss Hilda Sanders of Mid- conduct and dealing with better ..
p i dleburg attended church here thoughtfulness and economy in all WAFFLE If ONSHAVU

DINNERSTHOMAS : Sunday.. our serving these mark the reput-. FOOD FREEZERS
Three Birthdays In OneA IIDDTS CHORES ClOTHES DftittS
able quality of this well known firm. All CONDITIONING
birthday dinner for three of HOME VENTILATION
Mrs. Alma Starling's children was
I held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. DeWITT C. JONESPhone A..... MOTOIWHYW HOME MOVIES
Russell Thomas on Sunday, Nov. 7 Starke Fla. nil HOLIDAY LIGHTING
GARAGE & SERVICE STATION r 1. Those honored at this time --a-- j- -6 .,.....w INSECT ELECTRIC Ifa TOYS t ERS
were Mrs. Russell Thomas, Mrs.
Funeral Director Ik.Ex Ek.
Grady Nettles, and Warren Star- ServiffOur
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Starling of Jacksonville. Mr. and -.."
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accept life
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I Jerry Williams of Melrose, and company u payment In part or in full on a funeral FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANYnr i"f. t11d
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yyyyyyyyyyyYYVVVVVVYVVVI Palatka attended Revival- services YYYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT them for a visit. day afternoon with her aunt and t!

here Mr.Friday and Mrs evening.,Robert Barks- The W. M. U. of the First Bap- uncle, Mr.. and Mrs. George W. I :. i -_' .' ._' -'. ._ ._, .. -._ ._ __, : _-___ I
I HAMPTON LAWTEY% tist Church held the monthly Saxon of Hampton.Mr. .
dale and children of Starke were
business meeting Tuesday eve- : and Mrs. Henry L. Tucker
\ Sunday guests of ,Mr. and :Mrs.
I by Mrs. WIlL W. Hammond Dick Williams a picnic dinner.A by L. II. FntchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ning of last week. After a periodof and daughters, Robin and Judy, SORE-FIR I
devotions led by' Mrs. H. B. of Gainesville spent Sunday with
&&&& &&&&&&&&&&. &&.& familiar and friendly face Arwood, 'each of the ladies
pre- Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wainwrightand
arrived in Hampton Sunday, that
J Several readers of this column Mrs. Edna Manning and sons, sented a number of quilt squares family.Mr. .
of Dick May who has been stationed -
the for Robert and Lawrence and Mr. which are to be made into a quiltto .
enthused Recipe
were by .in Japan with the Air Forc and :Mrs. William E. Yar-
few weeks and Mrs. Griffis Macclenny be given to the Baptist Or- SAVINGS
Scripture Cake a ago of the U. S. Army. brough and children of Gaines-
and have asked why not put a were guests of Mrs. Boatwright phanage in Lakeland. The regu- ville were visiting his parents
;V. Baker has taken the lar
Harry program meeting of this or-
weekly recipe in the paper. Hereis last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Yarbrough
Paul Meng farm to manage Paul ganization will be held in the
a real old fashioned one. Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Green of Sunday.
has secured a position with Hum- home of Mrs. Edgar Wilkinsonon
Salt Rising Bread Heilbronn were visiting Mr. and
phrey -Gold. Tuesday night, November 17, The H.J. Kuceras were pleasantly -
Early in the evening scald 2 Mrs. L. H. Futch Thursday evening GALORE !
surprised Tuesday' witha
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dyal and all ladies of the church are
tablespoons of corn meal (yellow' were Saturday dinner guests of of last,week. urged to attend. visit from their nephew Robert .
is best) a pinch of salt, 1 spoon Mr. and Mrs. Doc Wainwrightand Kucera of Cleveland,. Ohio. Robertan
their daughter and Mrs. Seeber Andrews of Jack-
with sweet milk enoughto children, Judy, Betty and / aerial
sugar photographer flew to
Mr, and Mrs. Bruce Roark and sonville spent the weekend with Prices Good Thru Sat., Nov. 14
make a mush. Set in a warm Frankie of Jacksonville were Sun- Kucera of Cleveland, Ohio. Robert,
children of Starke. her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. W. F.
place until morning then scalda day guests of relatives in LawteltMiss Jacksonville on Tuesday and left ._.
Mrs. Ena Nazworth entertaineda Moore. : _.: :. : ,
teaspoonful of salt, one of sugar :Martha Pegram Mrs. Les- Wednesday from the base in Key- -
1.2 of soda, with a pint of boiling: Jew friends and neighbors at a lie Bradley and children, and The W. S. C. -S. of the Methodist stone. .., .-.
Stanley Party at her home last Church met in the home of Limit 1 with $5.00 or More
water add cold water till luke- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren were Mrs. L. A. Shepherd former
Tuesday night./Mrs..Frank John- Mrs. Mae Wells on Tuesday eve- Food Order
warm. Thicken to a thick batter; in Lake City Sunday afternoon resident, was visiting State Farm-
with all purpose flour, and add son the Stanley agent gave a very seeing Corporal :Marvin Warrenoff ning of this week. At the close of ites this weekend. CHASE & SANBORNCOFFEE

the mush made the night before. interesting sales talk. Mrs.' Naz- to his post at Eglin Air Base the meeting the hostess served

Stir briskly for a minute or two, worth served her:' guests with after a weekend with his parents. refreshments to her guests. inclement Seventeen weather members and roughed met the at I Quantity Rights Reserved

set in a close vessel of,warm water refreshments Dr. and Mrs. Wright of Tampa
the club house Tuesday afternoonfor
j when light mbc'ktiff, add a, Willow Ruth Hammond won the I spent from Friday to Sunday vyvyyyyyvyvvyyyyyyyyyyyySTATE the regular meeting .of the

little shortening'mold into loaves,:' door prize which was a complexion with Mrs. Wright's parents, Mr. State Farm Community Club. 7-LB lAc !
it will soon rise bake'in a good brush. and Mrs. Charles Shuford. FARMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
Mrs. L. F. Chapman, president,
oven 25 or 30'minutes(very good. I Bad weather has prevented me Mr. and Mrs. Steve Starling, presided over a short business 152 Call Sire;!

These recipes are copied from a i getting around after news. Will Jr. were business visitors to Jack- meeting after which 'tl'e social CAN
recipe book published by the Sentinel try to do better next week. sonville Saturday afternoon. I
1 Patsy Kucera attended the Fla. hour was enjoyed with the hos- Slarke Florida
) Printing House Canton SCHOOL,NEWS Weldon Starling and sister. I,Georgia football game jn Jacksonville tesses, Mrs. R. P. McLendon and
1898. For the Queen Esther Cir-I There were 444 meals served in
Gayle spent the weekend in Saturday and she and Mrs. Clyde Belch, serving deli-
cle of the First Methodist Episcopal the school lunch room last week.
Starke with their grandparents, five other students from the cious refreshments of pimento I
Church, Canton. Pa. I On Tuesday Mr. Horace May. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Thomas. University of Florida spent Sat- cheese sandwiches, lemon cheese
Mrs. VV. H. Maxwell spent T. J, Alderman, and Mrs. W. W.
Mr and L. B. Crosby and son. urday and Sunday with her parents cake and coffee. The club room
several days last week with her j Hammond who were holding the Larry of Greensboro spent the Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Kucera. had several bowls of roses, dahlias, Wilson's (Limit 1 with $5 Order) I
daughter, airs A. M. Burris and school election ate dinner with us
Mon- and other fall flowers.DON'T .
I weekend with their brotherinlawand Mrs. W. E. Feagle spent
family. On Thursday Rev. R. C. Gray
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. f
sister I .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis of Rev and Mrs. Bill Rice and three'"Rice
Futch. Mr. and Mrs. John Dominyand BAKERITE.31bCan E I 69C
Champlain. Illinois are visiting I Crispies" were our dinner children, Patricia and Beckey

their parents, Mr and Mrs. Oscar guest. of Folkston, Ga. were also dinnei. SHAVE ON ,

Davis and Mr. and Mrs Frank There were sixty-five of our guests of the Futches on Sunday.

Johnson. I pupils and four teachers in re- Mrs. Katherine Teare and Mrs Whole Bean

Mr and Mrs. W. N.Jackson services last Sunday. NOVEMBER 14TH
son,(ligious Jewell Roberts were attendingto
Gerald and Mrs. W. W. Hammond} Harry Loper went to Palatka business .in Gainesville Tues- Lb Can

were in Starke Friday afternoon.G. last Saturday. Percy Sullivan visit day p. m. Come In To McGrift's For A i VELVOCOPrEE 1SC _

P. Wadsworth and R. F. ted his cousin in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Bennett of
Beach on Sunday.A I .
Dyal were in Gainesville Sunday '
Palm Beach spent the weekend
forenoon. number of booklets on "How with Mrs. Bennett's mother, Mrs. FREE SHAVE DONALD DUCKSALAD
Does The Tree Crop Grow"? has:
Mrs. Ena Nazworth entertained Hattie Darley also visited other
been placed In' our library. They
Friday evening .Mr. and Mrs. relatives before returning home WITH THE I
contain much valuable information -
Charles Gaskins and boys Jimmy Sunday afternoon. Qt
on forestry. DRESSING 39C
and Tommy of Palatka, and two Eighth Grade PersonalitiesRuth I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bennett. 5 YEAR
of Mr. Gaskins sisters, Alene and of I and children; and Mr. and Mrs. FREE
Perry is the daughter
Inez of California. Bennett and small all SERVICEGUARANTEE
of Bobby son
Mr and Mrs. A. H. Perry
Mr and Mrs. Alen Hick of of Daytona Beach, combined busi- Northern
Hampton. She was born in Gaines
YYVYYYYYYVVYVYYYVYVTYYYV.WHEEL ville and lives with her parentsand ness with pleasure and visited

thirteen one sister years, old Carolyn, five feet Ruth six is Sunday.Mr.relatives. here from Friday to : SHVEMSTERi TOILET I TISSUE 2 Rolls 1SC

inches tall and weighs 122 pounds. : and Mrs. W. E. Gault and i CLOSER
member of the First son Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
SAFETY She is a
Bowen and daughter obsolete or unsatisfactory -
and spent several If you 0"11an
Church Hampton
Baptist shaver of any
services. days last week in Haleyville. Ala. of make or shape ' -- -- -- '
r enjoys all the church I model regardless ,
relatives on the purchase ,
visiting and $5.00 --
Ruth is an active outdoor girl attendingto we will give you Sunbeam Shave- -- ---
of a new
who likes to ride horses and dislikes -I business. l a.' master. You 'can see for yourself No-Rinse Calif. I
Starke Tire Sales washing dishes. She plans to'II' Rev.: and Mrs. George Purga that you will receive closer,cleaner other Stokely
i shaves than any
entertained the Junior M Y F ot smoother
be a secretary of some big business method, wet or dry. $27.50
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVYVVYYYYYvYyYvvyyyyyyyyl( the Methodist Church last Sunday
i concern when she grows up.
I Ruth is popular and well liked by with a party at the parsonage. TIDE
I''all her classmates and teachers. They were assisted by Mr. and

The eighth grade science unit Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Brassell. Mr. 10 DAYS FREE TRIAL
I Jones accompanied by Rev. Purga
I Ion "How to Fight CommunirablDiseases"
enriched .treated the youngsters to a hay-
has been the work by ride and upon their return to the Lge Boxes No 21/2 Cans
filmstrips on
the use of
I j I the were served 1 SSC 1
of Edward Jenners L Florence parsonage group SSC
Nightingale, Louis Pasteur, Wal- I hot chocolate and weiners with all S G. J. McCRI
ter Reed. Edward Livingston the trimmings that go togetherfor
a good weiner roast.
'Tredeau.Robert-Koch.Madam Curie and Mr., and Mr&JD.: B.Thomas 'nd G. E. APPLIANCES -,

Our azaleas have shown considerable children, Donald and Diane, spent 145 W, Call St. Phone 229
growth during the sum Sunday with relatives in Live Starke Fla.

\mer. This is due to the tender Oak. Mr. Thomas' mother, Mrs.S. Corn Fed, Rib End Loin
P. Green, returned home with
care given to them by Mr. ,

I Ibaugh, 'our custodian. Last week Lb
r I two of the President Clay azaleas PORK ROAST 45CCenter
(bloomed out of season. We do fielax
not know whether it was the last busq people.tjAX
CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON breath of summer or the first ijou ..

breath of spring. CutPORK
about this question
The upper grades are showing .

[Most every month a custo- considerable girls hope interest to have in volleyballOur some have a Cokeas t0ti| workThe CHOPS Lb 59C

mer slips and falls on our games with other schools before

the school term js over. The sixth
walk or in our store, hurts
f and seventh grade pupils are doing
himself on a display or finds a lot of practicing and should Cardinal Grade A"

some other reason to ,claim develop into first class teams.

Many of the sixth and seventh Lb'
damages. Would Storekeeper's -
grade pupils Attended the fair SLICED BACON
Liability insurance save In Starke. These grades are now / life and sparkle of Coca-Cola ,.

...us the embarrassment and expense -preparing a Thanksgiving pro-
,. make a little minute a big rest.There's .
of handling these gram. r
Leonard Moody visited Green S. "CHOICE" Genuine Spring
claims? Cove Sunday Ronald Starling 7i matchless flavor in each. frosty bottle.

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Mr. Shytle Nov. 24 UDC MembersThe '. \ '

Mrs. Shirley Pollet of Starke W. T, Week's chapter, U. -, ,

and Reid Shytle. of Orlando will D. C. met Wednesday afternoonof ;.%' '

exchange marriage vows Tuesday last week at the home of Mrs. e" 44 :
evening. Nov. 24, at 7 o'clock at L. D. :yining with Mrs. W. G. r-'l A" : --"'. \...
the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Haile as cohostess. '""- ..f::'" _4 '1 rj 1\-- '.:JW-\: S .' -. i. : \ !
William O. Collins Mrs.:: L. G. Powell, historian, r.-. 1 rn..t 'f' \ Sl)4 .
Tenly with Lt tnx.j: : \ .:>ll ..d...,, ; .. ..
performing The Starke Woman's
Club was
Mrs. Harold B. i
"It Mrs.. Pollet will have her daughter talked on "Belle Boyd" taken the scene of a delightful reception Peyton pours Unique centerpiece, designed by Mrs. L. II. Jennings and depictinga A few of the 150 guests who Mrs. R. F. Young,.1Irs. T. B.
from the book "Women of the coffee for ((1 to r) Mrs. L. II, gathered for this
,Jeanne Pollet, as junior at- Thursday evening, Nov. 5, honor- floral interpretation of the "little red school house" is being admiredby outstandingevent Harding, Mrs. J. H. DuPre, Mrs.
and Mrs. Nell Crews of Confederacy." Gibson Mr. Gibson Harmon P. are pictured above gathered Bertha Pearce, Mrs. O. L.
tendant Beasley
ing the Bradford County teachers, (I to r) Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Jr., president of the junior club, Mrs.Mack ,
the business meeting a Morgan, II. A. Lawson, Mrs. around the Mrs.
During beautifully Everett
Orlando as matron of honor.* board members, trustees, appointed Prescott, Mrs. M. F.
( Jim ,Deck of Orlando will serve Silver Tea was planned for Jan visors and their wives and super-hus Morgan, Mrs. Chas. S. Partin, Futon, Mrs. Jeannette Kincaid, president of the senor; club, Mrs. refreshment table.H. I Brown Mrs. Richard Fowler, Mrs.S. ,\

: Mr.ShytleasbestmanandSonnyTenly: uary. The following committeeswere bands. Hostesses for the affair Mr. Partin, and P. T. Kolin. T. F. Landrum, and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. I G. Denmark, Mrs. Leslie Biggs, '

will act as usher.A also appointed for the year: were members of the Senior and !I Mrs. Mack Futch Mrs. Ned Yan- J

,small reception will follow Publicity, Mrs. E. L. Matthews; Junior Woman's Clubs. Jcey, Mrs. Jack Trawick, Mrs..

the wedding at the Tenly.. home. Hostess. Mrs. Mattie Gahagan;. The club rooms were attractively Junior Senior Woman Club Reception For School Personnel I' Guy Sale, Mrs. Doyle Conner. Mrs.
i.Courtesy, Mrs. Jos Wilson; Finance John Deas, Jr., Mrs. Jewett Fogg,
: :Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Mrs. decorated for the occasion with I Mrs. Frow Strickland :Mrs. N. B.
Jr. and Mrs. L. P.. fully appointed refreshment table which coffee and Russian Tea I, thews introduced guests to the H. Adams. Presiding at the 'Rosier
W.' B. Mundy. chrysanthemums and gladioli in Mrs. George Fortunas,
was made attractive with rufflesof were served. Individual cakes, I receiving line which was composed -\tea and coffee services :Mrs. I
Chapman; Cemetery, Mrs. E. K fall tones of bronze, into were "trs. E. K Perryman, :Mrs. K. G.
Getyour1orothy shading
Ferryman Mrs. J. R. Kelly, and, yellow organdy poised over decorated with pods s>i grapes I of Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, 'Harmon Morgan, Mrs. C. S. Par- '! Duncan, Mrs. Hogan Smith, Mrs.
Mrs. O. L. Haynes; Music, Mrs.,yellow. Potted palms formed the yellow linen. Centering the table and mints, in the shape of minia- I president of the Senior Club, Supt.I tin Mrs. H. B. Peyton and Mrs. I W. H. Nollman Mrs. Russell Nor-
Gray effective background. The man- was an artistic replica of a "Little ture pumpkins, were placed at in- Harmon Morgan, Mrs. T. C.I I Stanley Noegel. '.
Passing ol
Lex Green and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins I trays i man, Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mrs. Ralph
The December meeting will beheld ,, tel in the lounge held a lovely Red School" around which was tervals; on the table. Sandwich Hazen, Jr., president of the Junior: I sandwiches were Mrs. Vernon 'SiP Alvarez, :Mrs. Joseph McDonald.

'Winter Lotions Now!! at the home of Mrs. L. F. long arrangement of yellow gladioli banked bronze and., yellow mums, trays were miniature nosegays of club. and C. S. Partin, principalof cox, Mrs. LaMar Curry, Mrs. A. J.1 Mrs. G. J. McGriff, Mrs. Robert
chrysanthemums and gold I and gladioli interspersed pinnochio chrysanthemums. BHS.
Chapman at the State Farm. i,pompoms I Thomas, Jr., Mjs. Steve Simmons,,, I Kite Mrs. Paul Bridges Miss
leaves flanked at each end with with gold and red leaves. Three- Greeting guests at the door were Inviting the guests to the re-
LANOLIN-ENRI CHEDII 'A delicious salad course wa I burning yellow tapers. Giant Mrs. Ralph! Dixon, Mrs. L. F 1 Clara Leaman, Mrs. W. B. Mundy.
served during the social hour. bronze and yellow mums and branched candelabra holding burn- Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs. Lex freshment table were Mrs. W. B. Dinkins, Mrs. F. J. Pellum and; I Jr., Mrs. F. F. Stump and Miss

gold magnolia leaves in pedestal ing ;yellow tapers balanced the Green, Mrs. Jim Chasteen and Sewell, Mrs. Frank Beard, Mrs. Miss Dorothy Ross. I Audrey Newman.

\VMU NoticeThe baskets\ at each end of the stage I centerpiece. At each end of the Mrs. James Griffin. Mrs. C. H. "George Patten, Mrs. Levy Canova. Also assisting in serving and''I I the Salon reception music hours was ,played eight during to ten

were focal points. The beauti-', table were silver services from Nasworthy and Mrs. E. L. Mat- Mrs. Frank Landrum and Mrs presiding as floor hostesses wen o'clock.
regular business, program I

tist and luncheon WMU will meeting be held of the Tuesdaynoon Bap- WSCS Study Course Birthday Party Mrs. StricklandIs >> "" .,

at the educational buildingof Set For MondayThe For Glenda Patray Shower HonoreeMrs. HEAR BETTEROR
the church.

11 TTTTTYTTTTYYYTYYYYTYYYY* W. S. C. S. of the Methodist Jerry Gay and Mrs. Lucia PAY HOMING

Church will hold a combined mission Thomas were hostesses last Fri.
We study course and business day evening at a stork shower huT .EUAtI timimi

know meeting Monday at 10 o'clock at ,. Has been perfect football I: with her daughter and family honoring Mrs. Barbara Houpt
\ the educational building with Mrs.E. t weather, and as I predicted there the Baptist Choir enjoyed Strickland of Daytona Beach, at 'plITHHEARING !

our stuff K. Perryman, president of the surely was a gang from here at- 4: at Newton's Fish Camp the home of Mrs. Gay. An attrac- -
Reg. society, conducting the business tending the U. of F.-Ga. gamein j Middleburg Thursday evening tive bowl of fall flowers formed

$2.00 sizes session. Jax last Saturday here's a Betty Register returned home the centerpiece of the refresh-

rt- NOW Mrs., T. H. Slade, Secretary of few names of those seen at the after a tonsilectomy ment table.Appropriate. AIDS

;: U iE L ONLY Missionary Education has an- game: Thelma and Monk Dink- St. Vincent's hospital Tuesday games were' played THIEE CIEAT MODUS

UIIJL I nounced that the course, the ins, Jewel and Stanley Noegel. sorry to hear that O. E. during the evening with Mrs. ntH aeIcIiMo.wr.IIILI .
r' tit $1.00 theme of which is, "The Life and r'\ Dot Alvarez, Dot Ross, Dot and who has been with the Strickland, Mrs. Collins and Mrs. $75 *Mta* .iii...ji

ead. Task of the Church around the 4tk. Bill Powell, Lillian and Buddy Light Plant the past 27 Moncrief winning prizes.
-:4_ ,. l World" will be given by Mrs. C. .,. Bishop, Comer Perryman, Nina is confined to Riverside Mrs. Strickland received
S. plus tax NOTHING is more importantto 6. Rutland, Missions Personnel of 44S Bishop, Judge and Mrs. Ferryman for observation and treat many CANOVA
trom the
; .p you than the proper protection !Gainesville. Mrs. Rutland will ..". Edith and Leslie Biggs, Pat and E. J. Flynn flew up to I guests.
'base her study on three books L.- and Vernon Silcox, James Md. Thursday where he
to this subject.A ..... '"' .. Thelma Lewis, Dot and Guy Sale.Norma Legion AuxiliaryThe
ifBI"Itwy of your home car, relating .-... \'. "";, ,, Betheseda Naval Hospital
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covered dish luncheon will be #: / Jean and Herlong Adams diagnosis and possible treat- TTTWTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
furniture and other property. held at 12 o'clock and Mrs. Sladeis .tJ-; ;: Steve and Ruth Simmons, American Legion Auxiliary ,
Post 56 will meet at '-''''"-' "" -"""
urging all members to remainfor t.r'L and Elizabeth Noegel, Tom celebrated this week the home of

Wtothw lotto for smoother Expert insurance help is the afternoon session which -,. -..',. ". A Plo Slade, Kitten and Doyle Conner : Harriette Laudon, 5>> years Mrs. Jack Dempsey Monday nightat OWNERS !
Counteracts chapping will be concluded by 2:30: or 3 Carolyn Edwards, Jewett Nov. 12 Linda Smith will 8 o'clock. All members are CAMERA
.Un. top-to-toe. and after trou- on ; ------ --------- .
vital before Little Glenda Patray, daughter urged to attend and
.redness,roughness I 12-oz.bottle. o'clock. Dee Fogg, Jimmy Franklin 11 on Nov. 15; Judy Green, bring their
of Mrs. Marie Patray of Christmas
gift for the Veterans
Special Dry-SUn lotion helps protect ble strikes. And that's our i' Pierce, formerly of Starke, cele- Hazel Ritch, Judy Green, Locke an Carolyn Keen Hospital.
harsh weather, doubles All a Johns, Joan Tenly, Randy Chitty
against ; Business Circle anniver- birthdays on Nov. 14, and
brated her birthday
dry liD ponder base. 12oz.bottle. business. Bring your protection the home of her Al and Vivian Harley, Gene ta Green Hardenbrook had a 4 \
Elrognl Hormone lotion greaseless, Met Monday sary recently at and June Patel, Pat McGriff,
Nov. 9. Thenm Hunter
:Mr. and Mrs,
uncle and
helps over-30 skin look younger,. 24.... problems, to us.- Women'sCircle Luther .E. Dampier, in Ft. Pierce? and Margaret McGriff, Jimmy was 8 years old on Nov. 5
16-oz bottle. Business, '
Lours and
day ? The Baptist Martha Moore. Vic 20 of his little friends T1
met Monday evening in the The traditional birthday cake :Frees, and the Truman Normans. 'A
a party at his home on Lafav-
26 members and ice cream were served to
H. C. WALLAGENCY educational building with 14 children attending. Hear the Dr. Covingtons street. The youngsters en-
present.Mrs. purchased the W. T. Powell d games, favors and delicious !
Russell Norman, leader,
on Kingsley Lake and are durin? the afternoon
PHARMACYStarke presided over the business meet- PTA group Will in soon the Robert a surprise birthday party was

Phont 146 ing. Mrs. Shirley Pollet led the. Discuss Report CardsThe family will move into their I Saturday evening for Jo THEBROWN COLOR PRINT OFFER
200 E. Call Street program, "Missionaries in Korea" new home on the corner of I by 20 of her friends at
Fla. with the following taking part: Bradford County PTA will and Lake streets this I Gumber's home on the Jax fo introduce ANSCO
I. Mrs. M. L. Lawson, Mrs. J. D. meet Tuesday night, Nov. 17, at while Mr. and Mrs. McCoy i .. Montie Hutchings is

A.AAA A LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL Dovle.v Mrs. Willie Mae Dentonand 7:30 o'clock in the BHS cafeteria. and son are moving from. today PLENACOLORFILM'

Mrs. Jack Seimer. Parents will be divided into grade Scott house to the Thomas I Hear that A. E. and Marv Wall

At the close of the meeting refreshments -. groups 1 to 3, 4 to 6, 7 to 8, and 9 formerly occupied by the Gre a new Jacksonville address:
were served by Mrs.J. to 12 for discussion of the topic, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Brunswick Road, Glynlea Regular Meals
STARKERADIO& W. Ritch, Mrs. E. F. Miles and "Report Cards." Group modera- and son have moved Into As&e( Barbara and Tom Mit- At Popular Prices

Mrs. J. H, Moncrief. tors will be chosen and ideas and Pearce house corner of Bay I were hosts to the Rotary the NEW COLOR FILM

criticism will be sought. South street, formerly | at a sumptious supper tor ALL 120 and 620 cameras
TV SERVICE Circle Four WSCS Children above 5 years of age by the Smith family Mr. the parsonage Monday night Catering To
pauf is working at Big Dad I some nice door
Surely were
NightCircle will be cared for in the high Duplicate color print free for
Met Monday
library. Hear that the Massey i. at the C of C banauet Banquets and
Service College has closed its school evening Mrs. Clay- every color print you buy at the
1 Guaranteed Wedding
Reasonable Methodist Receptions
4 of the
and moved back to Jax .. Strickland went home with a regular price of 37t.
On All Makes Radios or TVIF WSCS met Monday evening Andersonwith at .DES To Meet Pat ani Elaine Curry and lovely Elgin watch donated by Offer applies only for prints
I the home of Mrs. Sam who have been living In the ;Gem Jewelry, and there were made from new Ansco Plena-
Gassett as co bi-monthly meetingof I .
Mrs. Gilly The regular STEAKS
apartments have moved to many other lucky ladies Nor- color Film:
YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS hostess. Starke Chapter No. 224 OES connet hear that E. C. ma-Jean Adams received a lovely SEA FOODS )
The devotion was given by Mrs. will be held Monday, Nov. 16, at limited time
1 NOT GIVING YOU K. Whitehead Mrs. Titus 8 After the routine busi- Iris Eberle moved Monday. well anyway she received CHICKEN DINNERS Offer good for only ,
p.m. Seattle, Wash. I oh well, get Norma Jean to
SATISFACTIONCall Olson had charge of the program ness of the chapter, the public Have you seen the lovelv tell you about it herself! S HOMEMADE PIES
assisted by Mrs. G. S. Newcomband will be invited in at 8:45: for the .
dow display that Stump's store Hardly recognized Bob Gray FRESH VEGETABLES
Carl Hunter. annual Memorial Service, con- \
: 198-W At Once Mrs. and flashing? it's really when I saw him on Call Street
After the business and program .I sisting of a short address flegent Lillian Stump, Wednesday Instead of some- Bob and Larkin 'Weeks

228 E. Call Street Next Door To Nasworthy's.yyyyvyyyyyyyyyvYyyYyyyyyyyyyyyvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy 31525.COUNTSCHUCK given for Mrs. L. K. Whitehead. Cookie Fowler are the definitely missing his Managers

..., Delicious refreshments were serv- Beta Sigma Phi with Lillian vying for 1st debonaire mustache! Seems se ,- --
ed. in the National window i nromised his Hampton congrega- .
Conducts RitualThe ,contest for Maiden-Form bras I tion to shave it off if they scoreda ,' ;:< .=<';..:. -:-2. ::_:. _.':--::.:. .'.,. _', :--.: _: ..:- : '.
Altar SocietyThe Beta Sigma Phi sororityheld which the prize is a trip to Sunday School enrollment of

their Ritual of Jewels Mon- Carribean in January. the 200 So last Sunday they did

1J1j 1 Altar Society of St. Ed- day evening at the home of Miss 3 Cub Scouts were guests of i and he did, .. Now he's WAREHOUSE
ward's Church is giving a turkey June Pate OK Ranch on the Toby :

u@# ] !3LNr ;: dinner Wednesday evening Nov. Following the business* meetingat TV show in Jax Tuesday !afraid he'll catch cold from weather over--
in this rigorous
Patel home the sorority those attending were exposure .
I! 18, at 7 o'clock at St. Edward'shall the I
-: ;-_ .c and Is open to the public. enjoyed dinner at the Guidon Torode Billv Dockstader, ,
: : FJOAOMSTHALIN Grill. Along with the sorority and John Pollet. Billy So long ... See you in the

r BOHEMIA MINTED I; I Tickets are $1.00 for adults and members was their new sponsor, Wayne" Kinney, Mike Darby next ... f i

SILVER. COINCALLED 75c for children. Mrs. E. W. Hayes. Jack McComb the '
J A -Carolyn !
1 THEJlOACHIMSTHALER' Receiving the ritual were :Mar were Carolyn Redgrave H HViU
'... 'l tha Williams, Theta Montgomeryand Dockstader, Shirley Pollet,
j __ Melba Green. Lawson. Nellie Martinez and Recent Birth
_k : IT BECAME lie Hall.
attended the Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Curry an-
') i. IN EUROPE ASTHE'THALER -WHEEL SAFETY BP\V District Meet cation of the Canaveral nounce the birth of a son, Paul ( Pay Up To $25 Month

I ? District 3 and 4 of the BPW r project last week at .Cocoa. see Martha Wednesday John in the Jacksonville Naval

WE meet Sunday, Nov. 15, Hospital on October 27.
I b; JL FROM WHICH? Clubs will is now clerk-typist in the Tax

: DERIVE OUR WORD at the Macclenny BPW club house; sessor's office Orie and Laura _..._"_"_"_"_"_"_"_"_"_._. _._._._. _,_._._._.www. RENTAL
will be available ii 'I
A = DOLLAR: Transportation Lee Wiggins were in Jax Tuesdayto
i Starke Tire Sales TRAINING AND
L ( front of the post office at 9:31: ) give a send-off for their son ,

a.m. on that date. Bobby, and Bobby Crews, who EXPERIENCE COUNT .

bank will h left for boot training with the I If you need a truss or gorgica
insured help
Dollars on deposit in an Navy in San Diego Calif. j support, you cannot afford U

ICNF Robert Stefanelji phonedhis health I We need a Warehouse built to suit our
financial to your mind. $ take a chance with y ur
bring peace UP wife, Betty June and his parents -

the Henry Stefanellis, last by being Improperly fitted. needs. Size approximately 12 ft. x 38 ft.
dollars to work for the benefit of our week while he was docked in San Here at Canova Prescription
put TO off fora Center, have trained tech I
Diego, Calif. he Is now we Floor.
With Concrete
Community and Nation. iii; 9 months tour to Japan and nldaHs both male and female

Hawaii 3rd class Petty Officer .to serve yon.Remember ,
Brad Locke was home for health and
: .flfls -rflSSSS srrr your CALL OU WRITE

-, .::(. \;"!- ""jo'b..'- ,. I CONFIDENTIALPrompt the Congrats weekend to from Jimmy Norfolk.Green Va., son comfort depend on expert M. C. LANGFORD, '31GR.

... \ > .r ..i.. :' and Frances,
of the Adam Greens
Smith former resident of Starke i fitting.CANOVA

Friendly Service who middle-aisled it last Saturday -I AMERICAN BAKING CO.
FLORIDABANKat STARK! 1116 ssrrssssrrssssssssssrrssssSSSSflrSSSflflt'STARKE also congrats to. C. M. and Fred- 4202 (MERITA)

LOAN & FINANCE CO. die (Wimberly) Schneider on the (Near Hospital) Jacksonville Fla.
Member Florida National GroupJ4flJjAAAAALAAAA4AL48LLA4LA&AALLAAAAALAAALLAAAAI birth of a daughter on Nov. 8 -'j i Fla. Phone 40173
Mrs. w nberlY, Gainesville,
Freddie's mother !I..u
Phone 160 In Canova Drug: Store
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Dr.. and Mrs H. G. Holland of j Pat McGriff was the weekend $1.00 Special per copy.Provisions Plans ,with or be without I This notice shan be publishedonce OFFICIAL: SEAL) Charles A.Darby I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

Leesburg were dinner guests of guest of Raymond Worcham in chased by fabricators for may SI a.00 pur-ix rset weeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele- E'y Marian Clerk or the Circuit Court Clerk of the Circuit Court.
L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.I Marian L. Clerk.11,134t124.
By Crosby. Deputy
Mr and Mrs. Carl Roberts re- Jacksonville and attended the BE MADE graph. 11/13 4t 12/4
FOR AMY OF THE ABOVE Dated this 10 day of November
cently.Mr. football game ,and festivities be- CHARGES FOR PLANS AND PROPOSAL 1953. -
/L6I : and Mrs" Dolvin Foremanand fore and after the game. FORMS. (OFFICIAL' SEAL) Tharles: A. Darby' In Circuit Court TO Bradford APPEAR County,.I NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATIONFOR DEED
Proposal forms will not be issued Clerk of the Circuit Court. Florida
V Rev, and Mrs. L. D. Haines Mrs. Roy, an exchange professor unless request is received at least 24 By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Kathleen In Pearson Chancery Plaintiff Vs. (Senate BIU \o. 163)
I Notice Is hereby given, that Dave
THE NEWS attended the Baptist convention in from East Pakistan, now assigned hours The right prior to is opening bids. 11/13 4t 12/4 I Charles Bernard Pearson. Defend- Henderson holder of Tax Certificates

Tampa Tuesday to Thursday. to the University of Florida any or all bids. reserved to reject I ant.\."It'e To Appear.To Case Xo. 10-185 -\os. 526 & 528, issued the 2 day of

(. I I II Mr. and Mrs. George Hugginsand visited BHS last week. All STATE OF FLORIDA ROAD DEPARTMENT In Circuit NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPEAR County : Charles Bernard Pearson July office A.D.and 19J4 has, made hasfiled application same in my for
children visited Mrs. fifth and sixth grades and partsof Florida lu Chancrrr. whose; residence and address is: 14 a tax deed to be issued thereon.
Mr. and :Mrs.' M. C. Wells and I .,Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green had Iiuggins'mother Richard H. Simpson. Chairman Ethel Irene Scrivnor. Plaintiff, vs. Newiham Avenue, Pedford England. Said certificate embraces the following -
the junior high school enjoyeda Sam P. Turnbull. State
Mrs. F. M. Jeffords in Highway You are hereby
notified that
Edward Lee Scrivnor Defendant. a described
Mrs. Shellie Hay were shoppingin as Sunday guests, Bill Clark of Engineer cuvt for property in the
few products of her country. Case No. 10-181 County of
Bradford State of Flori
High on
Jacksonville last Friday. Jefferson City, Mo., Mr. and Mrs Springs Wall 11/13 2t 11/20 Notice To Appear Divorce custody and control ol 'da, to-wit:
Mr, and Mrs. Gorge Moxley of Willard Pass and son Gene, and and Mrs. Fred J. Pancoastof I CoL and Mrs. H. C. of NOTICE TO APPEARIn To: Edward Lee Scrivnor. whose has minor been filed child against SS of SE!% of XEJ.. Sec. %6.
St. Augustine were overnightguests residence" and address is: 219 Pearl: you In the Township 8 South
Range !!
the weekend Jacksonville Beach spent the Circuit Court Bradford above named Court
Gainesville and
spent Mr and Mrs. Bob Altice of Talla- County Street, Michigan City Indiana. cause and East 20 acres and SWV, of SWt
and Mrs. Florida
of Mr. In
with Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto hassee Mr. and Mrs. Marvin weekend with their daughter, Mrs. Monday Margaret Wagner Chancery Plaintiff, You are hereby notified that a you your are answer required to serve a copy ol of N\VH Section 25, Township 8
vs. or pleading to the
Junius Smith. The Smith family suit for
and family.Mr. Johns of Jacksonville, Mrs. Irene Vic Frees, and family. Norman L. Wagner Defendant. Divorcehas complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney South Range 22 East, 10 acres.
will be of the Walls in St. assessment of the said prop-
and Mrs. J. C. Martin and Mrs.J Chief guests Case No. 10-186 been filed against In the T. Frank Landrum,
Johns of Green Cove Springs, Carl Roberts visited j Notice To Appears you Starke. Florida erty under the said certificate Issued
daughter of Fort McCoy were WV Harrell of Miami, Mrs. D. Justice and Mrs. B. K. Robertsin Augustine this weekend. To: Norman U Wagner, whose you above are named required Court to serve and cause a copy and of and file the original In the office was Unless in the name of Mary WHkerson,

visiting Mr. and Mrs. R.. F. J. Clark of Tampa, Mr. C. D. Williams Tallahassee Tuesday of last YOU'LL LOVE the new Ifcter- residence Street and, Astoria address, is Long: 2128 Steinway your answer or pleading to the of or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court o I c deemed according said certificate to law shall, the be prop-rep -

Young last Saturday. Mrs. Henrietta Hunt and week. brook purse-size fountain pens in New York. Island. complaint Attorney on Evan the T. Evans Plaintiff 103 14 day of December, 1933; : erty described therein will be sold

Jack Clardy of Apopka spent Mr. and Mrs. Inman Green, all of Mrs. Charles F. Weigle and pastel shades. Only $2.37 at Brat suit You for are hereby 'notified that a Law Exchange Building, Jacksonville otherwise the allegations of said' house to the door highest on the bidder first at Monday the court in
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. StarSe. FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.Mr. Florida Complaint will be taken as con the month of
: Mrs. Fred S. Bee of Sebring will Divorcehas fessed by 'I December 1953, which
and file the original in the office of you. is the 1 day of .
Carl Hunter Johnny Kopelousos and three be weekend guests of Mr. and and Mrs. Ned Yancey and been filed against you In the I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on This notice shall be publishedonce I Dated this 10 December.day ot 1953.Xovembr.
above named Court and and I each week for
cause before fear
Miss Beryl Holland of Gainesville classmates of EJmory at Oxford Mrs. W. H. Nollman. Mrs. Weleleis family will be in Sanford on Sun- you are required to serve a copy ol: or 14 day the of December, 1953; tiveweeks in the Bradford consecu Count!,' 1 "53. 01
was visiting her cousins. Mr. University, Oxford Ga. spent the the wife of Dr. Weigle, the .day visiting Mrs. Yancey's mother your answer or pleading to the com, otherwise the allegations of said Telegraph. : (QFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL Circuit) Charles A. Darby

and Mrs. Harry Mooty. from Tues Vreekend with Mr. and. Mrs, composer and evangelist. : Mrs. J. P. Stevens. plaint T. on Frank the Landrum Plaintiffs, Starke Attorney Fla.- Jomplalat by you.will be taken as confessed 1953.Dated this 10 day of November, for County. Florida.Court of Brad-

day to Thursday. George* Kopelousos. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards of I Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. and file the original In the office ol. This notice shall be published 11/13' 4t 12'f

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Green and Mr Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter Atlanta. Ga, spent the weekend I R. R. Hutchings were Miss Montie the before Clerk the of 14 the day Circuit of December.Court on 1953 01; once weeks eacn in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele -,--------." --.- :.",' ._ .- __.- 1'r1.
and Mrs. Avery Green of Tampa Sara, were in'. Jacksonville on with .Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Moore Hutchings of Gainesville, and Mr.: otherwise the allegations. of said I graph. "
: I I Complaint will be takes as confessed Dated this 7 day of November,
relatives Monday. and family. and Mrs. LaGrier Andrews and
were visiting friends and by you 1953.
here last Saturday. Earl Alvarez of Atlanta. Ga. Order Your Photographic I Mr. and Mrs. Horace Pollard ol

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Demo- spent the weekend here with mas Cards Now, Bullington Chri'lt-I Winter Haven.

rest spent the weekend in Eau with- friends. I & Gift Shop I! .NOTICE ro APPEAR Starlings I
Gallic ,visiting their soninlawand Mrs. J. C. Robinson of Apopka Mrs. R. P. Lewis of Keystone In Circuit Court. Bradford fonntTFloridn

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. PaulG. visiting Mr. and Mrs.. R. F. Heights ,-VAil the weekend guest : In Chnnrrrr.
i iis W. D. Hutchens, Plaintiff, vs. Willie >
Shupe. Demorest for several weeks. of her sister, Mrs. Carrie Inpram.M Hutchens Defendant.
and l'rs. Carl Roberts Case Xo. 10-189 I

_- : ,,:.:_ _. _:.__ :. : :. :_- =- .-...... _. "isited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Settee: Willie TA Appear.To Hutchens. whose residence I An Added Service For CustomersOF I GROCERY & MARKETCor.
I h'. C Robert in Daytona Beach and address Is: 16 N. W. '
over the weekend.Mr. Boulevard, Winston-Salen, .orth I

1 n "n
ons. Boh and Jim, if Gainesville. I suit for

W R. Walters of 'Reidsvil1e, Ga. Divorcehas been filed against you In the G. J. McGRIFF APPLIANCE CO.FOR .- .

and C. H. Walters of Jacksonville above named Court and cause and LEAN PICNIC
Dedicated To Community Service you a-e required to serve a copy of LbHams'
i"e.. recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. .
"Movies Are Better Than Ever"If your answer or the Plaintiffs COMPLETE AND GUARANTEED
D. Tenly. complaint on
Attorney J. Donald Gibson.i 226
find concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Mrs. RIchard Ray and'sons of E. Forsyth Street Jacksonville,
Jacksonville! ] snent Wednesdaywith Florida
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSSat. I I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. and file the original in the office of 35C
the Clerk of the Circuit Court.on
Mrs. Stelle Hines of Clearwateris or before the
., Nov 14 ONLY I I, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. 14 day of December 1953; MAKES
DOUBLE FEATURE Wed. Nov. 18 ONLY visiting otherwise the allegations of said
Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Complaint will be taken as confessed CALL 203 orART'S 229

Sundav at Cedar Kevs. by you.
SAVAGE spent This notice shall ..e published
r-. ,.. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby: once each week for four consecutive Pure BLACK 2 for
lf WaRNLR BROa. Bradford County Tele.
weeks in the
I ALFRED HITCHCOCK( Dent Sunday in Orange Park graph.
MUTINYWith 'kiting' :Mr. and Mrs. R. J. An Dated this 12 day of November, .

Websmuller [I ConfessUEtMAIDEN ,(( drews. 1953.(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby. .
Johnny as John Mixon ana Circuit Cnuc'By
Afr. and Mrs. Clerk of the
Jangle Jim family were in Waldo Sunday Marian L. Crosby, 11134t Clerk 1/1 RADIO & TV SERVICE Pepper23CCullisons

AND"Cattails CRANNEE( visiting Mrs. M. E. Mixon and

Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Mixon. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORSOffice
II BRIAN N AMErsLM [ = of the State Road Department STARKE FLA.
I _,...-...,.-- Attending the WAN conferenceat Tallahassee Florida

I the St. Augustine Baptist co.STnrcrioAXD November 6 MAINTENANCE 1953 2Q years experience in Radio Repairs and experiencedIn !
church all day last Friday were Lb
{ Heritage 4Plus'"CaIifornla Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines, Mrs.L. Sealed bids will PROGRAM be received at TV since they have been on the market. Formerlywith ,

Special F. Dinkins, Mrs. Dolvin Fore- Contractors Tallahassee.until Florida 10:30 from AJJ.qualified(E.S.T.) the Electronic Maintenance Dept. of the University

ra man. Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr., Mrs. on the 24th aay of November: 1953 of Florida and Couch's of Gainesville.
Gad Darin Lex Green, Mrs. T. B. Hardin. for the construction of the following -
MILLIARD R. JUDD' projects: r- Bologna 16cLOOSE
Keiule Dimtaa Hildebran Mrs. J. A.
f t Griffin and Mrs. Ewell Lawson.Mr. 2801-113, State Road No. 200, Bradford :
SMlIEY BlRNEITE! 1Y County. In Starke on Call
D. Oliver of
: and Mrs. D. Street from Temple Avenue to Wal-
us Fur Two" Cartoon Thlr.! Fri. Nov. 19. 20 Boca Raton spent the weekend 'nut Strwt, and on Walnut Streetto

and Chap. S Serial with the Misses Minnie'and Jaun- south a of point the approximately City Limits. Work 100 con-feet Come; One! Come All! Lb

ita Bessent. sists of light excavation; 8-Inch
W. M. MUHLIIOFER EXCITEMENT '. Mrs. Martha Snellen and Mrs. Ocala Hock Base with Asphaltic
ALL Concrete Surface Course Type I and .
Arlen McKnight County Health :Binder Course; Storm Sewers; and EVERYONE IS INVITED TO COME OUT
Sun. Mon. Tues. THE WAY!
incidental of
>er)>t. nurses, attended the District items. The net length Weiners
Nov 15, 16, 17 Nurses meeting at the Ala- {,Guaranty.the job is in 0.509 the amount mile. A of Proposal$2,500.00 AND ENJOY 16cFAB

chua County Health. Dept. in'will be required.
last I. ,
Gainesville Friday.
''r-ICTilRE 150.'State Road No. S-125. Bradford
Mrs. Robert Turner, Mrs. .A.II County. From SR 200 north of TORNADO"WHIRLS
EVERYONE 1Jla10 IM- W. Anderson, Sr. and Mrs. Sam :Lawtey east to the Clay County
IS TALKING line. Work consists of light exca-
Anderson visited Mrs. Harry vation: limerock Stabilised Base orTide
ABOUT!! !, Plus "Under Little: Big Top" LaJ) ,Gaines'111e Sunday after- with Type 2 Surf. Treat.; and incidental
items. The net length of the
Special and "Open House" Car- job is 1.093 miles. A Proposal Guar-
Plus '"Invention Convention" Car- toon. noon.Mrs.. E. C. Priest was in Fort anty in the amount of 1000.00 will

toon and Latest World News White last Wednesday to Friday be required.The excavation," '
term (1) "light 271f2c
visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Den- (2) "medium excavation," and (3) AT THE B.H.S. STADIUM

nis and Mrs. Eula Hollingsworth. \"heavy excavation" as used herein-
above indicates, respectively, (1)
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1Bring Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch of the less than SOOO Cu. Yds. per mile. (2) Tuesday Night- Nov. 24 6.P.M. 'Till

State Farm had as weekend guests I 8000 to 15,000 Cu. Yds. per mils, and
and enjoyed the U. of F.-Ga. (3) .more than 15,000 Cu. Yds. per BON FIRE. SKITS PEP RALLY :MUSIC

.. The Family To The frame on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. mile.A Proposal Guaranty consistingof GATE PRIZES FUN FOR ALLFREE Red Hot Smoked LB.
either cashier's
a certified check
Tom Herndon and Maj. and Mrs.
check, trust company treasurEr'scheck
Ray Codding of Valdosta, Ga. or bank draft of any nationalor
Sewell Altha state bank, in the amount stated ADMISSION !
Mrs. G. F. of spent .
above made payable to the Chair-
GOLD the weekend with her son and man of the State Road Department Sausage 16c
family,. Mr. and !Mrs. Cecil Sewell. must accompany each bid. All
Mrs. Don Champion and son checks within-60 or drafts days shall of have the date been for issued Townspeople Young and Old Don't Eat at Home -

and Mrs. John Scroggins and receiving bids. Certified checks Eats will be on Sale Hamburgers, Hot;Dogs,

children of Ocala spent Wednesdayand shall Florida's have Documentary the necessary Stamps State ai-';! Hot Chocolate, Coffee Candy. Cokes

HOUSE Thursday of last week with tached.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Hartmann.Get The name of the bidder and the Sponsored By CAMAY 5 for
applicable Project Number shall be
Your Hallmark Christmas shown on the check or draft. THE SOPHOMORE CLASS
Cards While Selection Is Complete All work is to be done in accord-
ance with Plans Specifications and
At Bullington Studio & Gift Shop. Special Provisions of the State Road : .
Frank Herlong underwent an Department. Special attention is .25cAny
Restaurant called to "Notice to Qualify Con- Soap
appendectomy in St. Luke's hos- tractors" and any Special Provisions

pital on Thursday. I contained in the Proposal Form.
the Plans and/or Proposal Forms will
Mrs. Bertha Pearce spent ; be
furnished to Qualified Contractors -
weekend in Jacksonville with her : upon application to this office
For A Delicious Sunday! Dinner daughter Mrs. Mary Lane. II for the sum of 25.00 pet set. Extra
sets of Plans may be purchased for r Brand 3 for
J. M. Edwards spent the weekend i. $10.00 per set. The Standard Spec-
in Miami and overnight Mon- ifications may be purchased for

day in Tallahassee.on business.Mr. .

and Mrs. Doyle Boree of

Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof Milk35C
.\ MENUSoups l
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fogg. KSTARKE

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of THE ATK i
and Tampa spent the weekend with .

Appetizers Mrs. J. W. Kincaid and Mrs. O. L. ,., .r... .

Home Made Beef Vegetable Soup _____________ 25c Beasley.Mrs. Fri., Sat. Nov. 13, 14 Tall Chum .
Doyle Conner is in Marianna -
Chilled Tomato Juice -_____________...:__ 15c DOUBLE FEATURE
this week with her mother,
Fresh Crab Meat Cocktail Supreme _________ 65c Allegheny UprisingWith
; Mrs. B. E. Bennett, who under- SANTA Has His Headquarters Starke .
Fresh Shrimp Cocktail _____.,____________ 75c went an operation. John Wayne and Claire Salmon
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle and Trevor 29C
.; : Mrs. ''Faye Gill visited Mr. and AND

1. Old Fashioned Chicken and Rice, Mrs.Sunday.E. T. King in Jacksonvilleon RHUBARBWith House of Fine Diamonds""Has

Southern Style ___.___?_____.___ 1.50 Attending the District Four
Milland Jan
L Ray and
2. Roast Round of Beef. Natural Gravy ____ 1.50 meeting of the Florida Federationof Waldorf 5 for

., 3. Roast Fresh Pork Ham, Spiced Apples ___ 1.50 Women's Clubs in Green Cove Serial "Lost SterlingPlus Planet" Chap. Your Watch Let You Down?"

f 4. Whole Broiled Flounder Garnish Sauce ___ 1.50 Springs were: from the Starke
5. Vegetable Plate with choice of four Vegetables, Senior Woman's Club, Mrs. J. W. -

Hard Boiled Egg ___ _____ .93 Kincaid. Mrs. W. H. Norman, Mrs. Sun. Mon. BROKEN MAIN SPRING Tissue2ScBleach
Bertha Pearce and Miss Clara Nov. 15, 16
:.R. Choice of Two Vegetables Leaman and from the Junior Count The Hourswith The price you pay for your Watch does not GUARAN-
TEE Main WHY? Because ELGIN
Spring breakage.
Club, Mrs. T. C- Haven Jr., Mrs.S. ,
'. Fresh Green Beans, Whipped Potatoes G. Derjaark, Mrs. Mack Futch Teressa Wright and WATCHES and only Elgin Watches, with the Dura-

Pickled Beets Sweet Potatoes in Jacket, and Mrs. Steve Simmons. MacDonald Carey Power Symbol" on the dial guarantee the Main Springin f Qt

English Peas Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman Plus Short Cartoon and News your Elgin Watch will never never break in service. .

visited Mrs. Miriam Kickliter and These watches are adjusted and timed to give a Lifetime 'f.
1 Choice of Salad daughter, Dorothy Claire, in St. Tues.. Nov. 17 ONLY .
of service. Beautifully styled for Eye Appeal. .
Augustine on Sunday and enjoyeda

It. Tossed Fresh Vegetable Salad. Bartlett Pear with shore dinner at Flagler Beach. AnythingCan AT ALL 7c :
,Cottage Cheese. Mr.- and Mrs. Ned Yancey and Happen :
daughter, Peggy, were in Jack-
With Jose Ferrer and Kim Priced Levels to t
( Desserts sonville on business Wednesday.Mrs. ,Hunter your purse
R. G. Dodson of' Trenton
1. Plus Short Cartoon and News
Old Fashioned Peach: Cobbler or Strawberry Short Cake and Mrs. Ida Barker of Lake City 33.75. and up to $325 Jim Dandy SIbsGrits'
were Thursday guests of Mr. and .
Beverages Mrs. R. R.; Hutchins.Mr. Wed.. Thur. Nov. 18,19 Including Beautiful Diamond Models

; and Mrs. R. F. Young will DOUBLE FEATURE-

; i Coffee Special Blend Tea Iced or Hot spend the weekend in Tallahassee' Night Without Stars

and will attend the wedding of With David Farrar and Nadia SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY AND BE CONVINCED 33c

"Specialty of the House"BROILED their niece. Miss Frances Strick-
land.Claude -AND-
". BEEF TENDERLOIN STEAK Johns Jr., graduate re- Starke's Leading Jeweler
.: French Fried Potatoes search .assistant University of The Happy TimeWith .

Tossed Green Salad Roquefort Dressing North Carolina, attended the 25th Charles Boyer, and Linda / ED SIMPSON Owner NOTICE: NO ORDERS

Hot Rolls and Butter. Coffee or Tea ___ 1.95.AALAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAALLLAAALALAALAAALAAAAAAALAAAAA. Anniversacy meeting of the Christian .
.. Southern Political Association, Pins Latest World News .
held in Gainesville Nov. 57. ..' .. '..REQUIRED'i I

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; TTTTTTTTTTTTT ;TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTt some samples from the kitchen :of English peas; we gave it a: ed was good winter grass. and file the original in the officeof change Building, .
garden and made tests for pH dose of bonemeal (to give it the Clerk of the Circuit Courton Florida. Jacksonville You are hereby notified that. a
and also for Lloyd Dyal, a District or before the 23 day of November, and file the original In salt forDivorce
nitrogen phosphoric more phosphoric acid) and we'll be cooperator 1953 otherwise the allegations of the office of
acid and potash. According to our very much interested in what who farms in the Rock Church said Complaint will be taken as con- or the before Clerk the of the Circuit s Court on hs been filed against you In the
results we found that our soil is happens. section is planting sweet lupine fessed by you. 23 day of November%1J53; :you above are named Court and cause and
) DIARY and oats. : Dated this 21 day of October 1953. otherwise the allegation of aia required to serve a copy of
Lloyd is :
woefully weak in phosphoric acid e planting lupineon (OFFICIAL SEAL) CSanes-. Darby Complaint will be taken as con- your complaint answer or pleading to the
on the Plaintiffs
and we are planning to correct We had some pretty good plants the better drained land and. Clerk of the Circuit Court fessed by you. Attorney Bran T. Evans 102:
this superphosphate or something oats in the lower areas. By Marian. L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. This notice shall be publishedonce Law Exchange Building Jacksonville -
Hie author win be glad to re, growing in the cold frame but 16/2J 4t ll/U each week for four consecutive Florida
else rich in phosphoric acid., We He is also breaking up his Pen- week In the Bradford County Tele- and file
ceive Items of Interest concerning some doggone insect got in and SOTICK TO APPEAR the origrnat In the ort IN of
the activities of farmers in have put quite a lot of animal sacola Bahia pastures that are I. CireBlt Court Bradford Coaaty, graph.Dated this 1C day of October, 1953. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Bradford County. Suggestions may manure in this garden, but it is chewed the tops off the beets, getting sod bound and planting Florida la Chancery. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ;jr before 7 day the of December. 1953:
weak in phosphoric acid. Brussels cauliflower and sweet lupine. By doing this Lloyd Irving M. Lax, vs. Renee Lax. De- Clerk of the Circuit Court "'
be left at the office or Sprouts, otherwise the
Telegraph fendant. Case No. 14140Aotlce By Marian 1.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. allegations of Bald
mailed to Sam McGarvey, Lawtey e one variety of broccoli (they will get good winter grazing from I To Appear.> 10/23 it 11/13 Complaint will be taken as confessed -

There is a good crop of hairy didn't like the Texas ((107)). We the lupine and at the same time To address: Renee Is Lax: Unknown., whose residenceand This by you.notice shall tie, publishedonce

By Sam McGarvey1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. indigo seed 1.1 right field, so Vie I dusted the. remaining plants with improve his pastures for summer You are hereby notified that a la Circuit NOTICE CoorU Til Bradford APPEAR Coaaty, .Io weeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele-
wanted to see for ourselves how chlordane, and hope that will grazing.Ted suit for Divorce has been tiled Florida IB Chaarvry. Ilfr.ph.
.-. -&-&-&-&-&&&&&.&.&&& much nitrogen nodulation was help. against rOil in the above named Annie Mae Jones Plaintiff vs. llob- Dated this 3 day of November,
Connell Welfare Officerfor Court and cause and you are required ert William: Junes Defendant. 1953.
When we were immunizing our roots, of course) he would get a taking place. So we dug up a Bradford County, states that to serve a copy of your answer Case No. 10-18 (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
number of plants and found that Alice got mixed up this week, or pleading to the complainton Notice To Appear.To Clerk of the Circuit Court.
two heifer' calves against black tough job done easily. He even the use of soil conservation prac- the Plaintiff's Attorney, : Hobert Williams Jones whose By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
discovered ..catcha the root ,systems were practically and thought that a row she had the Evan T. Evans. 103 Law Ex- residence and address Is: Unknown: 11/6 4t 11/'27
leg and malignant edema, we figured out that he would tices helps improve living conditions
loaded with nitrogen nodules. We started was carrots, when it was I'
that little Hope has a couple of them (a gentlemanmole in the rural areas which
very tough hide. Alice Injected cricket and a lady) and train think that this cover crop has really tiny onions started from in turn helps the entire county.

Blossom without trouble, but before them, and then their offspring been helpful in two ways. First seed. It's a good thing Sam didn'thoot 9 .
with we have enriched the soil with too loud, though for what YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-
she was through Hope would have a good backgroundfor
and have he thought was rhubarb turned brook purse-size fountain in
nitrogen secondly we pens
she had broken two needles and the. work. In this way, he
a legume seeding the field which out to be nothing but a weed. Sowe're pastel shades. Only $3.37 at Bradford -
bent three more. But we're gladit could have a big crew of "puppdogs"
yshould help in the future. even- --- now. County Telegraph.
Is done, for we should not haveto working for him cultivatinand g I I
worry about losing the calves weeding the berry patch. He NOTICE TO APPEAR
Don't know if we'll much
from blackleg, at least. could even hire them out to other But in the sedge grass field, get In Circuit Court Bradford County, IiIL.
screwball idea? Of where we allowed the cows to from our four rows of Irish pota- Florida la Chancery-
growers. A Pauline L. Wise, Plaintiff
toes or not but we decided to vs.
While hoeing the berries, Sam course it is. You get that way graze continuously, the hairy indigo Gordon t.. Wise, Defendant. .
all never did get a chance to help them along anyhow by work- Case No. 10.141
got a bright idea from noticingthe hoeing day. '
them with the tractor. But \otire To Appear
grow, and the nitrogen nodulation -
very fine cultivation of the To: Gordon L. Wise whose residence -
soil don/ by mole crickets. He We have a little soil testing, is noticeably absent. How-jit's bound to turn cold soon, and aid address is: c/o J. D.
that will be the end of the spud'sgrowing. Parker. 2944 Macon Avenue Bruns-
figured that if he could train kit, which is not very accurate, ever, we did furnish our cows wick, Georgia.
them to cultivate around the ber- but does give some idea of what's with some verY good feed. You are hereby notified that a
I suit for f
ry plants (but not injure the what with ,the soil. ,So we took Divorce and restoration of
\ Had a quite heavy rain during We did have some raw, cold maiden name
3 the week and the berry beds weather this week, (they had has been filed against you ''1 the 1
above named and and
II which "were in good shape, are snow in Washington, D. C.) and you are required Court to serve' cause a copy of
WIN A FREE TURKEYI now washed down and packed. So, so we got out and gathered some your answer or pleading to the ah
complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney
firewood. We have a lot of old I
for all intents and
good purposes, Evan T. Evans. 103
we can start right in all over. fat-wood stumps out in our woodlot Lash Exchange Building, Jacksonville -
so Sam used the ax to bust Florida
again. But we to i if
are going see and file the original in the office of
3 we can't loosen up the soil on top some of the 'old ones loose. And the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

of the beds by using the tractor. dpn't those old fat-wood stumpsor or before 23 day the of'November, 1953:
I Have to make ''a cultivator to roots make a mighty warm otherwise the allegations of said
fire? Complaint will >e taken as confess-
suit the
Thanksgiving purpose.. e 2d by you.
This notice shall be publishedonce
each week for four consecutive
Every farmer knows what it's Read in the TELEGRAPH that
weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
Given like. You get the tractor out de- the first ripe berries were brought graph. '
Turkeys 16 of October, 1953.
Dated this day
terminded, now that the weather in the other day. The best we (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. uaroj
3 has cleared to get a- lot of work have to offer is some bloom on Clerk of the Circuit Cour

Away done. But before you get going,, our old nursery plants. And they By Marian L. Crosby Deputy 10/23 4t Clerk 11/13

you decide to clean the spark won't amount to anything (according -
plugs, because the engine is not t; to Ed Durban, and he NOTICE TO APPEARIn r. 8 )
Circuit Court Bradford County,
Simply find your old Insurance Policy and fill in the firing right. Then one of the knows) unless we take them up Florida In Chancery.

EXPIRATION DATE on attached coupon. You may spark plugs is balky you give a: and re-set them. ,'Eugene! Kay Plaintiff, vs. Jacque- .
line Kay, Defendant
-. .- -. ,
receive a Thanksgiving Turkey. Date on your coupon. strong heave on the wrench, and 'I Case No. 10-149 4.

must correspond with date on your Policy. the spark plug breaks off the We overheard quite a debate Notice To: Jacqueline To Appears Kay, hose residenoe -
threaded end of it stuck in the out in the Barnyard the other and address is: 118-12 224th
TURKEYS AWARDED NOV. 25ND eengine heead. You are tsuck before day. Seems that old Joy was Street Cambria Heights, Long Island 0
New York.
. you get started. Goodness standing there, minding her own You are hereby notified that a I \
' You Do Not Have To Present To 'Win knows, you're; mad enough then business as she always does, suit for divorce in the

but when you decide to get into when Leo, the watchdog said: has above been named filed Court against and you cause and when youfill-up with
- Florida'ss
- -
the car to see if you can borrowa "What you looking so smug about you are required to serve a copy of

I I Name __________________ Address___:1_____-- I| tool, and the car won't start, Joy? The price cows are, you your answer on the or Plaintiff'pleading AttorneyT. to the complaint l

then you are fit to be tied. But should be hanging your head in Frank Landrum, Starke most popular regular gasoline
I My Auto Policy Expires i iI iI shame!" We think had Florida
-----:------------ I II you quit fussing and get busy, Joy a

Liability (Date) : Mo,______.Day.Day because you know that it is part good comeback, though. She said: .
I ------- "No matter how cheap ,-: ."' l' ._. ,
ly your own fault. cows get,

Collision (Date) : :Mo.________ ------- II I II they're still better than dogs. And Let Us Thoroughly Today's CROWN GASOLINE engine-bal .
I Got the end of the spark plug a good milk cow, such as I am ..alvb t
:My Fire Policies ExpireDates' I II out by taking half of the tractor is still worth.a lot of money!" Wash Your Clothes anced to provide ((1)) full power output,

I I apart, taking the head of the :' \ ((2)) fast pick-up, and ((3)) long mileage under
----- -:; ------ ------- -- engine down to L. P. Rafuse Leo, by the way, was sick this 9 Pounds I
- - all conditions! At low
driving regular price
t and have him burn it out with a week, so we took him in the house

. torch. Then he re-tapped the for a couple of nights, and we For 40c! you'll get miles and miles of enjoyable driving

CONNER BROS. Insurance Agency! threads, and we shouldn't have had our hands full with that mon- .
that trouble again. Got the trac ster. Talk about a bull in a china FREE Bleach If Desired!! ? per

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129 W. Call St. 'I P. 0. Box 764 day's work. Switched from regular scratchto We Will I motorists, and currently changed to
Starke. Fla. '. cracked
plain corn for feeding
: y fit the seasons, CROWN is your best
One thing we have to do in the Happy the steer we're going to Dry Your Clothes
garden is get rid of a lot of Ber- butcher, when we read in Mor buy among economy-priced gasolines.
muda grass. Cutting it up does no rison's Feeds and Feeding that For 20cIn

good at all; in fact, it serves to wheat should be ground when fed
Even if boils New Automatic Driers! ..
t' pan dry... spread it and make it grow bet- to cattle. So now we think that: ; -- ,

ter. So we'll have to start pulling'it we're feeding us.him right. 9 .::.,;} ,/, A,'hun Y.Q ;- g.rl.JM-t: '
out by hand, and carting it out .
FOODS CAN'T BURN of the garden. That's the only The more we read about the ..t.",; for,, QQ's9 t1e; :qaffiil .

way we know of to get rid of it. harmful residues left in the soil The Washeteria ': ;$,
-- -- ; -
.- from frequent use of insecticides,

,' Our. berry plants are startingto the more we wonder how much Temple Ave. Stark e STANDARD OIL COMPANY, (Kentucky) S ;-air
harm it does. Still, we honestly
NfJJI grow now. They are rather
slow in getting going, but we don't see what else a farmer can
realize that do when some pesky insect is
one reason is that
\ Westinghouse we set out a lot of small plants. chewing up his crop, other than
However try to get rid of him. .
they are feeding on the S. .
fertilizer, and they must be getting -
Guess we should down in .
PEED 'ELECTRIC RANGE some good from the pea the pasture and bow to Finne- &
: we cut under them. The ;
i f Florida 90's we set out recently gan our water pump. We read

4 : are taking hold but we have that for one half of one kilowattof 4ithhak'BUYS:

i not been able to fertilize them electricity (cost a little over. .
yet. It' will be interesting to see two cents) as much water can be,

s the Missionaries ana Florida 90's pumped, as a man can pump by
side hand in ten hours of steady pump-
MODEL AD-771 growing by side.
S e ing.

One thing we have noticed is Alice is busy these days plant- BARGAI N

that the runner plants we are ing shrubs and flowers aroundour ,
taking up now from our old nursery home. She put some philodendron -

beds have very fine white ferns elephant ears, and I '

roots. We have set some of' these palms in now, and has more to I
plants out, and it looks as if they plant. They sure help to make a 4:

are already catching with place attractive.
up more
i, I the plants set. out a month. earlier. I INTRUCKS

l h The old ladies in the hen house
The kitchen garden is growingpretty are moulting these days and we're

i well. We have mustard, getting a lot of feathers, but few

turnips, rutabagas, collards, English eggs. And in that condition, the "
I peas onion sets onion seeds, hens look like human beings

radishes, beets, all up and growing. caught outdoors in their long
I,, We tried something ,
I on one row underwear. ,



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Bill Haas a -..

I SERVICE bt from light delivery fo henry "a"Ii"9,
I there s a Chevrolet truck to fit your needs.

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W fc'l fefricl The Board of Supervisors for 3& many churches as possible. Ten

Westinghouse brings the magic of electronics into your kitchen the Bradford Soil Conservation top churches will be picked in
District held their regular, monthly
to give you 100%worry-free cooking. New Automatic Unit has meeting October 5) at Lloyd each State. One of them will be -

Green's house. Those named "Rural Church of The f4w1MOil
Electronic that controls attendingwere
amazing Eye cooking temperature
3 6 sENDS Lloyd Green. J. B. White. Year", for the state, four of them

pot watching forever! V. R. Ferguson Foster Shi Smith, will be given second place awards

SIMPLIFIES cooking! Set the dial at P/.l/ supervisors; G. T. Huggins. Ser- and five of them will be given # CHEVROLET TRUCKS IN 'USE
retary; Bill Haas and Leon Car-
I&arm.l toil or fry-and forget it! Miracle Sealed ter, Soil Conservation Service. third place awards. One church THAN ANY OTHER MAKE!

KEEPS food at the right cooking tem. Oven The Board is making plans to will be named "Rural Church of \.

perature-always! Foods can't burn! help in the second annual Town the South". ,

STOPS pot scouring! No burnt foods or Super Unit Corox and Country Church Development C. M. Burnett, who lives at the truck until deal l'! on hea -duty models and the rugged' Thriftmaster engine on

scorched pans to soak'or scrape-ever! Program to find 'The Rural corner of Bayless Highway andthe Buy no ( you got our lightand medium-duty models squeeze more miles out of every

TwoLevelSpeed I Church of the South for 1953-54, of Chevrolet trucks cut upkeep costs too.
Raiford Road, used the District's Be ahead en price! Chevrolet trucks are Amerkcfs lowest priced gallon gas. j
SM tb WestingittMt Commander Today Cooker which is sponsored by Emory weed chopper. By low first cost you'reahead
choppingdown with
University.The truck UneJ It'. easy to find a truck that costs more, but nowhere Ba ahead on trade-In! You're ahead

Town and Country Church states that th: he weeds, Mr.his Burnett else win yon find all,the advanced features, all the thrifty power, with low operating costs and you're dollars ahead againwhen .
can get groundin
you CAN BE SURE..IF ITS"r stinrtIlOUSeSISMJNK Development Program is designedto better shape. aH the raggedness and durability you get in a Chevrolet truck. it's time to trade!That's because Chevrolet trucks traditionally I

spread stimulating ideas for' Be wad on operating resist Both_the mighty Loadmaster engine command a higher.trade-in value. Buy now and be ahead all ways! '. i
better church work in the 13 Marklee Starling also used the

states to encourage churches to weed chopper. He is going to try i

FEED & SEED CO. participate in better community &n acre of Rescue grass with the I TORODE CHEVROLET CO.PHONE -1 iE E

activities, and to foster local! seed furnished by the BradfordSoil .
church programs which will help Conservation District. Mark-I
PHONE 39 STARKE. FLA. make a better world. To do this lee stated that he had plenty of 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL AND COURT STREETSrJIIII ; II I

..an effort is being made to enroll summer grass, but what he need-.. Ij j


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bother it. yon are required to serve a copy o1 fused by you.
("j4 der in next four weekly issue,*.
has been your answer or pleading to tht: This notice shall be> published Witness hand
r< It is cloudy here and complaint on the Plaintiff's my and official seal
ft north of and west Attorney To Frank Landrum once each week for fOUl consecutive at Starke Florida, this November 5.
.- snowing us weeks In the Bradford County Tele- 1953.
Starke Florida
The air has a chill and the Wind< and file the original In the officeof graph.Dated this 3 day of November, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.DarbyAs
J'*t; blows. Trees are pelting bare. I I d n the Clerk of the Circuit Courton 1953. Clerk of said Court
,s before By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
or the
leaves the bed. Darby
roJj put on strawberry 7 day of December 1953; Clerk of the Circuit Court. Zach II. Douglas, 505 Lynch Building
I moved in from the sun porch as otherwise the allegations of said By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. Jacksonville Florida.

: it is too cold now out there to Complaint will be taken as con- 11/6 it 11/27 Attys. for Pit 11./& it 11/27
fessed by you. _
i8 a B ens o rPOt1CANEBL sit or write. I am in the dining s This notice shall be publishedonce rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTStarke
each week for four consecutive In Clrrait Court Bradford County,
room. I can see out well down on Florid. la .
d weeks in the Bradford County Tele- i Cb ctrr.
the street. The apple tree still graph. Beatrice Lumley. Plaintiff, vs. A. L.

Wherein the bus ',days fly bj r fun. When I washed the pan in I has its green leaves and the weep- Dated this 4 day of November Lumley Defendant. "
,- bifnging us Thanksgiving and which I had it, there was such a ing willow tree I set out has By Ceo. T. Hoggins (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Order Of Publication Case and No.Notice 10-176 T*

. .:: again we say our prayer of thanks. good suds, I began washing the many of its leaves. We have a Clerk of the Circuit Court. Appear; State .( Florida [ .WHEEL SAFETY
County Agent By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. To: A. L. Lumley, whose residenceand
walls and cleaned the
kitchen I large walnut tree in the back 11/6.4t 11/27 address is: 220'Monument Street
.'- Plymouth air: was blue and cabinets and washed the stove.J yard and I plan to pick up wal- Agricultural Extension Service Augusta, GeorgiaYou

tanged with cold, and refrigerator, and got down nuts before it snows. I have- beer I NOTICE TO APPEAR are required to appear on

Her homes rock bound againstthe t on my hands and knees ,to wash sewing. Made Don a vest and a I RATS ARE DYING areas and perhaps some under an la Circuit Court. Bradford CouutrFlorida ed December Court and 7. 1953 cause: In,the wherein above plaintiff nara- Tire SalesLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL
Did you have an opportunity old wood if IB Chancery.Charles -
pile, have sucha
gray sea's swell;; the floor and baseboard. :My kitchen pair of trousers. Whoopee! ]I[ you Cleveland Hamilton, Plain seeks divorce. Bradford County -
to get in on the Rat Banquet? place. Telegraph shall publish this Or- .
; Yet Piymoiuth maidens fared I smell so sweet and I just tailored them nice and fit him I tiff vs. Pauline Marie Hamilton
Some stores handling the cost- We all anxious for this rat- Defendant. Case No. 10-167 .
well know it is clean. welL I ripped an old suit fora o are -
remarkably up price bait sold out last weekend. Notice To Appear .
Here Is the way I made the pattern. I bought a long pieceof killing effort. to show some re- ''I To: Pauline Marie Hamilton.
Despite the stoic life legendhas We believe that there are many whose residence and address is:- 233
It takes of lye. Red all wool tweed imported from sults. If you think you are not
soap. a
told. who did not there West 134th Street. Apartment 4, New
a supply, so
seal, or Lewis or any brand in London. A Canadian salesman getting results you should pleaselet York City. Npw York. MOVING
will be bait at the
So charming-'.portrait, with I your grocery store.. Then you came around and I bought it through the weekend same of Novem-stores us know so that we can call Your suit are for hereby Divorce notified! that a

dark hair drawn straight, must have 4 lbs. of old lard, tallow reasonable. I thin I have enoughto in extra help if needed. V. L. has been filed against you In the -

.!: Your mobile lips and level eyes or meat fryings. I had old make a sport jacket. I had the ber 13-14. Johnson, a rodent control specialist above named Court and cause and LOCAL Safe PHONE
We have a good start, but the you are required to serve a copy of
c' portray lard and fryings. One must havea cleaners press them for me and will be glad to assist us with your answer or pleading to the com- OR Dependable
job is not done. You will, have
stone jar or enamel kettle of they really look nice. I learned any problem.You plaint on the PlaintiffAttorney LONG
Heart's warmth and. hidden trouble with rats if your neig- Evan T. Evans, 103 Law Exchange EconomIcal 311
laughter that convey 3 or 4 gallons. Into the big jar over 35 years ago how to make bor does, not are the one to benefit by Building, Jacksonville DISTANCE
I help Encourageall
put the can of lye and 1 of garments. Mother used to make you. using Warfarin. Get some and get Florida e
quart ,
Assured acceptance yourbarren the folks around you to take on' and file the original in the office or B. Alvarez OR
'. 1, fate. warm water. Stir, with a stickor all the shirts and pants. I used to rid of rats your place. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Agents For
advantage of this and -
wooden spoon. Then add five help her stitch them and I was easy ALL FARMERS NOTICE' or before the 7 day of December, TRANSFER AND. 250 J
way of destroying rats. 1953; otherwise the allegations of DeIcher Bros. -
Beneath your poise, your certain more ,quarts of warm water.: about 12 years old. I am glad I Just in case one of the following Plans are being made for the said Complaint will be taken asf con- STORAGE CO.

righteous. air! Melt the grease until it will i learned.We 1954
I pour agricultural conservation
stores does not have the
A woman as possessive and and put a cloth over the top of plan to have turkey for i program. Every farmer in the
Warfarin bait, we will have it
aware your jar and strain in the four Thanksgiving. Just Don and I. here in the office: Home's store, county is invited to participatein STORAGEPerryman

As any woman born, with Ibs. of fat thru the thin cloth Into Our heavenly Father, we thank Hampton Griffis Bros. and the program next year. You

thoughts as tender, the lye water. Stir then occasionally Thee for all Thy goodness grantedUs ; should have received a letter list- ATTENTION
Roberts stores, Lawtey; Colson'sat Bldg. S. Court St. Starke Florida
Dreamed of her squire and ul, for five days. It will in so many ways. We pray ing the practice approved for our ,

.. timate surrender, get white and real thick. On sixth for ,the blessing of Thy spirit Graham Brooker Reddish; Dempsey's store Heilbronn store, county. We urge you to come in If You Have

And ruled with wit upon her day add one cup amonia, 2 tablespoons that this day we may give our- Cook's, ; starling's. Lovett's, and; and discuss the program as it can TIMBER TO SELL I

fireside chair of borax and about ounce selves as generousl as Thou hast farm.
,help you on your
Edwards stores, Starke.Be ,
'And gave thanks with a feastas of oil of sassafras. Put this in a given to us thru Jesus Christ our sure to put bait in some December 10th is the cut-off PINE OR CYPRESS I Truly Expert

well as large dish pan and heat on a burner Lord we pray. Amen. date for making requests. Please
sort.of shallow container like
prayer.Clara anempty
Hyde. for 1-2 hour, stirring constantly. God bless you all, don't be in.that group to wait un- Large or Small Tracts I

Only heat it, not boil. I put a LOVE, LURA sardine can or paper plate, til the last few days. I I Radio And

I have the old family album cloth in two long cardboard suit and place it where rats are us- We Buy All -
I ually seen. Be sure to keep the You can discuss the programout
and like to look at the pictures. boxes and and yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyIIEILBRONN l
gently poured SERVICE
least week. in the field with me -or with I
Grandmothers with their shining pressed the soap in it. In a short bait available for at a PAY TOP PRICEStrite V
Be sure to place some down low Bill Haas, our soil conservation
hair drawn.back from noble
a time I cut it in bars and now
forehead. the above because after a few days rats are technician or in the office herein 0 ( ALL MAKES
poem stored to dry. It smells so sweet ALL MODELS
elates. Those not able to climb at all. the agricultural building. You
ladies of long
ago and clean. I to little
plan use a
by Marian' NormantAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI Put one or two containers in will need to come into the officeto
spun and wove and: cooked and bar and I { or Call FREE ESTIMATES
when I wash perhaps a CALL 239
made garments for all the family. some detergent to help soften '' small; out buildings, more in larger : actually make your requests. |

Theirs pioneer was days a and busy,early hard settlers.life of this hard water :Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwardsand I To Appear; State Of Florida To Clerk of the Circuit Court B1THOMASLUMBER A Most Experienced 6 Finest Equipped{

Yet I know that they had much HELPFUL HINTS. Do you Mrs. Sue Sapp were Sunday I and Walter address R. is Elair: Unknown; whose: residence By Marian L. Crosby,10/30 Deputy 4t Clerk 11/2J Q Satisfaction Guaranteed

joy and a woman's heart, as we have a lot of wire clothes hangers visitors of Mrs. Wainwright and; You are required to appear on CO.

have to-day. There are a few of around the house? Take them Mrs. Sponholtz. November 3', 1953 in the above NOTICE TO APPEAR
the arts that we should never back to the cleaner. He will be Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cowart are plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford wherein IB Florida Circuit IB Court.Chancery.Bradford County PHONE 211-J Chas. C. Shepherd

lose. Those are: making good glad to get them and they only the proud parents ,of baby girl, County Telegraph shall publish this Mary Ann Johnsen, Plaintiff, vs P. 0. Box 735

bread pies and cakes, to make clutter up your closet. If you are Florence Gayle. Mrs. Sponholtzis Order Witness In next my four nand weekly and issues.official Johan Johnsen, Defendant.Case STARKE, FLA. 'Radio TV Sales & Service Seat Covers

rugs and keep our homes shining. in & hurry for a pie to cool, turnan nurse for mother and daughter. seal at Starke. Florida this Oct. Notice\ To Appear No. 10-148 A PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA./

I can remember the soap kettle, electric fan on ,it. When you Those who. attended the WMU 28(OFFICIAL, 1953. SEAL) Charles A. Darby To: Johan Johnsen. whose resi-

and so this week I made a batch put your coat on a hanger but- meeting in St. Augustine last As Cleric of said Court dence and address Is: 90 Park Avenue -

oj' soap the modern way, as I ton the top button and the wrink- Friday were Mrs. G. L. Sapp, By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Port Richmond, Staten Island. 2,
Hess. 204 Guaranty Life New York.
do not have a large kettle to les will come out and garment Mrs. J. J. Cowart and Mrs. Har- Charles Bldg.. Jacksonville, Florida. You are hereby notified that a COLONIALFFLORIST

cook it outside. I really had good hang straight. Bait a mouse trap vey :McCarthy and son, Richard. Attys. for Pit 10/30 4t 11/20 suit for

luck with It and it was so much with modeling clay. Ants wont Keith Reddish is on crutches. NOTICE TO CREDITORS minor Divorce children, \custody and control of' No Money Down

-- sprained foot seems to be the (1033 Probate Art., Sees 118, 1:0): bas been filed against you In the
trouble. In The Court of the County Judge, above named Court and cause and
Bradford County, Florida, you are required to serve a copy of
Miss Dora Clark was a recent In Probate.In your answer or pleading to the com- .
visitor to Lake City. re: Estate of Mrs. Rachel BrownIn plaint on the Plaintiff's AttorneyT
Deceased.To Frank Landrum, Starke, On This Deluxe Model 78
EARLCOOKS Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and All Creditors and Persons Having Florida

daughters, Joyce and Judy, were Claims or Demands Against Said and file the original In the office of
Estate: the Clerk of the Circuit Court on For All Occasions
recent visitors to White Springs. You and each of you are hereby or before the 23 day of November, MAGIC CHEFRANGE
Weekend guests of the Ancil notified and required to present any 1953; otherwise the allegations of
claims or demands which you, or said Complaint will be taken as con- PHONE 218
Tetstones were Mr. and Mrs. N.
either of you, may have against the fessed by you.
D. Thomas of Bayless Highwayand estate of Mrs. Rachel Browning, deceased This notice shall be publishedonce
Mrs. Jones' late of said County, to the each week for four consecutive
Mr. and Tommy
County Judge of Bradford County. weeks in the Bradford County Tele-

of Gainesville.Mr. Florida, at his office in the court graph. .ei)
at Starke, Dated this 21 day of October. 1953.
and Mrs. B. J. Eggars and house of said County
Florida within eight calendar OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby,
children of Jacksonville were months from the time of the first Clerk of tne Circuit C'>urt. .
weekend guests here. publication of this notice. Each By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
-- claim or demand shall be in writing 10/23 4t 11/13 DISH GARDENS ...... .
Glad to ,jp pe Rev. J. E. Linger- : O.iI ...-, --
and shall state the place of residenceand .::::
S. 301 IN NORTH STARKE felt at church Sunday after sever- post office address of the claimant I. HOTICK TO APPEAR POTTERY
al weeks' illness. and shall be sworn to by the (B Circuit Court. Bradford County
Phone 339-J claimant her agent, or attorney, and Florida In Chancery.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Green and any such claim or demand not so Florence M. Malone. Plaintiff, vs. POTTED PLANTS

QUANTITY! RIGHTS RESERVEDWE children and Mr. and Mrs. Charles filed shall be void. Edward J. Malone, Defendant.Case .
Gertie Miles, AS administratrix No. 10-175
CLOSE 9:30 P.M. SATURDAYS Green were visitors to St. Augus- of the Estate of As executorof Softer To Appear.To Flowers WiredAnywhere'

tine last Saturday. the Last Will and Testa- : Edward J. Malone, whose resi-
Prices Good Thur., Fri., Sat., Nov 12. 13, 14 ment of Mrs. Rachel Browning dence and address is: 449 East 34th l
deceased. Street Brooklyn, New York.
First publication October 30. 1953. You are hereby notified that a Nona St. Starke e
10/30 4t 11/20 suit for Divorce
has been filed against you in the
OSCEOLA REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME above named Court and cause and
Notice is hereby given that the IB Circuit Court, Bradford County.Florida OIDQ) fj
BAKERITE --- - - -- -
undersigned, under the provisions i I. Chaucer
RICE of Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida, Mary Iduma Davis Plaintiff vs.
Acts of 1941, will register with the Melvin Mixon Davis, Jr.. Defendant
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Case No. 10163. For All Types Pest Control Phone or Write
Bradford County, State of Florida, Order Of Publication And NoticeTo
3 Ib tin 73c Sibs 57cu. upon receipt of proof of publicationof Appear! State Of Florida Tos '
this notice, the fictitious name Melvin Mixon Davis, Jr., whose FLORIDA PEST CONTROLAND
of Bobbies Bootery under which 1 residence and address is: Unknown.You .
am engaged in business c/o Ducky's are required to appear on
West Call St., Starke Florida. Sole November 30, 1953, in the above CHEMICAL CO.
s. fio. l owner Chas. R. Oakes. 7J4 W. Call named) Court and cause, wherein
St., Starke, Florida. 0 plaintiff seeks divorce. Custody and 2220 N. W. 6th St. Phone 6Q35 Gainesville, Fla. '.-
Dated this 5 day of November, control of minor child. Bradford
POTATOES 10'bs 27c A.D.,1953. at Starke, Bradford Coun- County Telegraph shall publish this DEMPSEY R. SAPP Owner
ty, Florida. Order in next four weekly issues.
11/6 4t 11/27 Witness my hand and official MOSS CONTROL
seal at Starke. Florida, this October t
la Clreelt Court. Bradford County, Clerk of said Court Contact Us Now For Estimates
Florida IB Ck.tcrr. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
SUGAR Jean Prossek. Plaintiff, vs. Edward Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lynch Building Termite Control
Proszek, Defendant. Jacksonville, Florida.
Case No. 10-174 Attys. for Plf. 10/30 4t 11/20 *
5/fcs 39c lib tin 79c Satire To Appear. Household & Commercial
To: Edward'Proszek, whose residence NOTICE TO APPEAR
and address is: Unknown.You l. Circuit Court. Bradford County Exterminating e

(With $5.00 Gro. Order) (With $5.00: Gro. order) suit for are hereby notified that a Florida: IB Fanshaw Chancery.MarilynMae .Plaintiff, vs. Rodent Control

Divorce Floyd B. Fanshaw, Jr.. Denfendant.
has been filed against you in the Case No. 10-162
above named Court and cause and .Votlee To Appear.To SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL WORKUan'
CAMAY SOAP 2 19cJIM your answer or pleading to the com- residence and address is: 1362
plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney Brooklyn Boulevard, Bay Shore,
T. Frank Laidrum. Starke, Fla. New York. J Just Use Your Old Range For Down Payment
and file the original In the officeof Your are hereby notified that .
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor suit for I
DANDY SWANSDOWN before the 7 day of December Divorcehas

1953; otherwise the allegations of been filed against you in the PRICED AS LOW AS
said Complaint will be taken as con- above named Court and cause and Cafe *: \
GRITS FLOUR fessed by you. you are required to serve a copy of *
This notice shill be publishedonce your answer or pleading to the com-
each week tor four consecutive I plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney
ibs weeks In the Bradford County Tele Evan T. Evans, 103 Law Ex- Exclusive Features I
5 29 Sibs 39c graph. change Building, Jacksonville,
I Dated this 4 day of November. Florida NEW MENU
1953. and file the original In the office of ONE-PIECE TOP BURNER UNTlj
(Limit 2. This Price) (Limit 2) (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A,Darby, the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Exclusive! Two top burners and;
I Clerk of the Circuit Court or before the 30 day of November ,
ay Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. 1953; otherwise the allegations of drip tray all IB one unIt. Catches;
11/6 4t 11/27 paid Complaint will be taken as con Half spillovers lifts
like a feather,)
I _____ fessed by you. T Bone Steak
Many Specials Not Listed -- This notice shall be publishedonce washes like a plate. Burners are
each week for four consecutive
I NOTICE 10 APPEARl weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Fried Chicken non-clog simmer-set. Instant,
.! Circuit Court, Bradford Co. ty, graph. automatic top lighting
Florida !. Chaacrr. Dated this 29 day of October, PLUS YOUR OLD

Fresh D & D Fresh D'& D Clara Wilson. Plaintiff, vs. Clifford 1953. 1.25 1 SWING OUT BROILER RANGE
E. .'pefendantCase; (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
i' No. 10-147 Clerk of the Circuit Court 1. 00 Exclusive! Open the door and the

FRYERSib HENSSMOKED Notice: Clifford T. Appear.To E.. Wilson whose By Marian L Crosby, Deputy 10/30 4t Clerk 11/2 broiler swings' out, ready for ise.! Completely I I

residence and address Is: Unknown. Convenient, smokeless. Fun to fix! Installed

You are hereby notified that NOTICE TO APPEAR Served with French sizzling, savory steaks.GUARANTEED.,
49c Ib 39c suit for divorce custody and IB Circuit Court Bradford Count Served with French
control of minor child Florida IB Chancery.Roby Fries Salad and Hot
has been filed against you In the Harrington, also known as Fries Salad and Hot j Long Terms To
above named Court and cause and Ruby Harrington Hamilton. Plaintiff Rolls Each range Is guaranteed for one
you are required to serve a copy of vs. John Ward Hamilton. De- Rolls
your answer or pleading to the fendant Case No. 10-016 year against defects in workmanship Pay c r

Ib complaint on the Plaintiffs \otlre To Appear or material. Burners are
SAUSAGE 24c Attorney A. J. Thomas, Jr., To: John Ward Hamilton. whose
Starke Florida residence and address is: Unknown guaranteed for life.
All Beef With low
HAMBURGERS 15c Payments as
and file the original In the officeof You are hereby notified that a .
the Clerk of the Circuit Court suit for ,
\ ALL MEAT on er before the Annulmenthas as 8.71 Per Month

23 day of November 1953; been filed against you In the 7 For $1.00 To Take Out Only :
otherwise the allegation of said tbove named Court and cause and
WIENERS ib 29CBEEF Complaint will be taken as con- yon are required to serve a copy of
fessed by you. your 'answer or pleading to the
This notice shall to published et complaint on the Plaintiffs 1 CYLINDER GAS FREE
once each week for four consecutive Attorney Joseph K. Skipper. il\ Home Made
weeks in the Bradford County Tele Graham Building, Jacksonville BREAKFAST
or PORK, RIB & BRISKETROAST graph. Florida
Dated this !1 day of October. 1951
r and file the original in the office of PIES
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.. Darbj r the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ,
STEW BEEF Clerk of the Circuit Court or before the CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk 30 day of November, 1953; 45c
10/23 4t 11/13
otherwise the allegations of said
Complaint will be taken as confessed 85c

Jb .39c ib ISc I. Circuit Curt Bradford County S This by you.notice shall be published & APPLIANCE CO. I

Florida* IB CkaBFery. oaf each week for four consecutive And Up To Take Out
Mildred I. Blair. Plaintiff, vs. Walter weeks in the Bradford County Tela-
R. Blair, DefendantCase graph.
No.' 10-1(1 i Dated this 23 day of October. 1953. PHONE 301 STARKE FLA. I
Order Of Pmt>Uc tU. And *otlr (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb .

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Bring. Home the Bacon Boys! '. Be present tonight to cheer our boys to ENJOY FINK FOODS AT Best Wishes to the Team x
Victory.- I
KOCH DRUG- STORE Simpson-Urquhart Pontiac 'SCAFE Conner Bros. Insurance Agency,

Compliments of A Good Team Like the Tornadoes Best Wishes to the Team Support the Tornadoes with your presence

V, : Starke Hardware Co. WesternAutoAssociate Deserve Your, Support Store Broadway's Service Station Thomas Truck Terminal&Garage


Support the Tornadoes with your presence Mow 'Em Down,Tornadoes Best Wishes Team Best Wishes From

"Your Friendly Jeweler"
Best Wishes Of Go Get'Em, Tornadoes Onward, Tornadoes! Compliments of

C..H. Driggers Furniture Co. WILLIAMS JEWELRY G.S. "Gib"Browns Service Sta. SUWANNEE STORES
Compliments of Support the Tornadoes with your presence Closed Tonight -we've gone to the Game! Best Wishes From j
R. B. Alvarez & Son
Starke Builders Supply TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. .Winkler Electric Service Denmark Furniture Co. ;

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It's A Pleasure to Back the Tornadoes Everybody Out For Tonight's Game! Support the Tornadoes with your presence GEM JEWELRY

CHAS. C. SHEPHERD .1 DAVE PAULK Torode Chevrolet Co. The House Of Fine Diamonds I
Radio T.V. Seat Covers Heavy Equipment Rentals Starke's Leading Jewelry t

We're. Proud To Be Tornado Boosters! Best Wishes Of Best Wishes Team Best Wishes Team I '

Hardy Bros. Motor Co. Edwards Grocery & Market Starke Motor Court J. THE FARMER'S. SUPPLY :
DODGE PLYMOUTH Sales&Service ';
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Come on out and boost our team See You At Bradford Park Tonight Compliments of
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G U I DON GRILL Pure Service Store y t '
Andrews Motor Co. j
Bat At The Best, Forget The Rest Hart Furniture Co. -

Let's Fill the Stands for Tonight's Game Best Wishes to the Team Best Wishes From Best Wishes Of
Charley E. Johns & Son Agency C. H.
Johns' Nasworthy.
S. R. Grocery Florida Power & Light Co. \
General Insurance General Supplies I I
;Best Wishes From We're Behind You Tornadoes! Let's Support the Tornadoes \ I
Best Wishes Team
BARKSDALE'S DEPT. STORE L.'B. Alvarez. Service Station R. Reddish & Son Dairy Farm, Home & Auto Supply. v I

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Methodist Church TTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTT I tend. I by at church Sunda She has _
Mrs. J. R. Kelly ant son, .ttod-I been very sick. /.> : '_- _:__... ', __ '_ _.. ,-," Y""; "( ,-
The First Methodist Church of LONG BRANCH ger, were visiting her mother,j Oscar and Floyd Crosby helped
I Starke launched a "See you in Mrs. A. 1. Driggers in Lake Butler -I Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ellis to but- Big Values!. -Small Prices
church on Sunday night" cam- Sunday afternoon.
br Irs. I. L Strickland I cher a lovely beef last Saturday.It .
paign last Sunday with a special W.'C. Conner attended the
aDd Jimmy Lang was used for their deep freeze.If AT YOUR FRIENDLYSuwanee
, sermon by the pastor, Rev. livestock sale in Gainesville Mon-
Thomas G. Mitch, on the sub- .. .. ... day. .. anyone has any news please
ject, 'Give God a'Chance Now" Everyone enjoyed the let your correspondent have it
Edward's Church SE\' ''TII DAY, All of the church members with Ella Mae Osteen was on the message
brought by Ducky. Linsin On the by Monday afternoon. Thanks!
Mus at 9:15. m. AD\"LvrIST CHURCH names "A through F" served as sick list three days last week but I'Gideon Society of which he is a Thought for the week The
Sunday WeekdayService each Sabbath inold a committee to promote the Sun- was able to return to school Mon- 'I member at the Sunday morning heart was made by and for God.
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Saba. day evening attendance. The services.Mr. Outside of Him there is no rest.
11 members, "G through K" will day.We
Saturday bath School 2 p.rn, Preaching understand it was the Max- and Mrs.'George Massa and
attendance for Sun-
m SabbathsWomen's promote vile school cafeteria that was children of Bedford Lake were visi-
Keystone lIeJ&bta each second and fourth day evening, Nov. 15. The guest robbed, instead of Clay Hill as ting Mrs. O. E. Crosby Monday ,ALL YOU NEED orYourCOUGH
3 Elder Mostert, ,pastor.I speaker will be Dr. T. Arthur
( r.1ub) p.m. reported last week. A screen was night.
Sunday :Mass 8 L m. Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m.. Mosley, of JacksonvUle. removed and a window pane broken Sure glad to see Swinton Cros-
Confessions before all Masses. Everyone welcome. Sunday morning, Mr. Mitchell out to gain entrance. ,

.. will preach on the subject, Accepting "- I Mr. Harper was out this way TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTI When colds measles or flu leave you E. CALL Sto :::
Responsibility for Life. I with a toUgh get Crcomulsion quick rerE
again Monday looking for a fine
A cordial welcome awaits you because it soothes nw throat and
at the First Methodist Church. bird dog he lost some time back. chest membranes loosens and helps ST.
Seems the dog was lost while on expel germy phlegm mildly relaxes
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH a training jaunt. gNHEEi.Starke .SAFETY systemic tension and aids nature fight CECIL DOUGLAS, Manager
Presbyterian Church thc cause of irritation.You'll like its
Well, we feel that Gertie Fair- results better than other medicine or DELIVERY SERVICE
Starke cloth Is trying to outdo us! Sun- druggist refunds your money. No *
Friday Nov. 13, 3:30: p.m.. .
day night when she came home narcotics. Pleasant to take.
I I II Junior Choir practice. church 'Ye reserve the right to limit quantity
I from she heard her dog Tire Sales

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor Sunday Worship School 11 a.m.9:45. a.m.sermon Morning by-I I barking had a big, went possum out cornered.and found Gertie it I u u .. u' CREOMUCSIONrelilYes Coughs,chest Colds,Acute Broechitaf Prices Good Thur., Fri., Sat., Nov. 12 13, U

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Rev. J. W. Conyers. Congregational -''I went to work and finished Mr:I ---I
meeting following morn- Possum off in short order. He
Phones Office 234 -Pastorinm 130, ing service. Youth Fellowship I was a nice fat one, weighing 9 II I
6:30 p.m. Evening WorshIp 7:30 ?4 pounds.Mr FOR FR'ESII. FANCY

D.m.. 'The Confessions of a Busy and Mrs. Leonard Harris Dressed & Drawn
Man". Youth Recreation Hour TURKEYS
7:30 P.M.
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:30 spent Sunday with Elgin Lang. I
p.m.Monday Mr and MrS. Ernie
Training Union 6:15 P.M. 16, 10 called Padgett f PLACE YOUR ORDER NO"'
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Nov. a.m. and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd' Johns
meeting of Suwannee ..Presbyteryto spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.B. -' "
Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. discuss question of church E. Faircloth. vN 1 ,- -- .. .-- -
union with U. S. A. and ,United
, Tuesday: of last week Mrs. Dorothy GABBERS
Presbyterian bodies.
Parker and son of Jackson-
Wednesday, Nov 18, 1:30 p.m., ville and Mrs. Parker's mother, BABY FOOD (4OCONUTS3for
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study. Mrs. Ellen (Fritzy) Oniel of Bald-
9 PIECE Adult Choir practice 8 p.m. win, paid us a visit. Fritzy says
Thursday,. Nov. 19, 7 p.m., No- the old place here doesn't look 29c each lOc
vember meeting of Men of the
like it did last time she saw it.
Church. I don't suppose it does, for she
LIVING ROOM GROUP hadn't 'been out here for about
Church of God 20 years! Don't wait so long be- Southern SWEETPOTATOES

Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- tween visits, Fritzie. ii No 1z Can

ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening VVBAYLESS 29CStodon
. Service 1:30 p.m. YPE Service
J Tuesday 7:30 pm. Prayer Meet. HIWAYbJ Model I7T302
169.95 ing 1:30 p.m. Thursday. TOMATOCATSUP

139kSOFA Sunday School lAwteJ 10 a.m. Morn. 1\lr8o O. Eo Crosby 2 Bottles 29C

i Ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE Bevy ... ... .. RCA VICTOR Glendale
NOW ing saturday, 7:30 p.m.
Rev. H. C. Martin filled his ap- RomanCleanser
pointment at the morning and eve- Perfect for ttspace-savers"-the Glendale! .
Church ef Christ ning services. A large crowd attended Here's 17 inch television in a compact table Qts ,
Corner 10th and Icl\lahoa boh times. He and },[r8. BLEACH 2 2SC
model-at a wonderful low price!
Martin and children were dinner
A. bL, and 7:31.
'. BED. HASSOCK Preach1ng-11 guests of the O. E. Crosbys. Exclusive Magic Monitor circuit system
PLATFORM TABLE LAMP Prayer Meeting and Bible Stud The Ordination services for Rev. automatically screens out static,steps up power, Long

RpCKFR; THROW RUG each Wednesday 1:30 P. Y. Martin win be held next Sunday ties best sound to clearest picture. POTATOES Lbs
afternoon at, the First Baptist 19cb10RTON3
COFFEE-TABLE Bible School-10 A. M. Famed "Golden Throat" tone 10
a' COCKTAIL church in,Starke at 2 p. m. Ever- system
CHAIR 2 END TABLES one is invited to attend this serv- Smart compact cabinet is fin. .
St. Mark's' Episcopal
ice. ished in new shaded auburn. $219.95CHAS..C. TABLE
COME IN AND SEE THIS BARGAIN TODAY! Rev. Raymond E. MacBlaba Everyone at Bayless Hiway is
Schedule of Services very happy over the fact that LbBag
SALT L 10 33C
SUNDAYS the church has a new tile floor.
Also hope to have our new furniture :
9:45 Church School 11
by next Sunday.
Ii It'PHONE Lm., Morning Prayer & Sermon;
\ ST ARKE. 6:30 p.m., Young PiOple's Sew- The B. T. U. Mass Meeting will .
be held with Raiford Baptist
a J ice League. church RADIO TV SEAT COVERS Blue Streak Jim Dandy
Friday night at
80 FLA. HOLY COMMUNION T Phone 239 $ Starke Fla.
: Everyone is invited to attend this ; RICE
1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun-
meeting, the officers urged to at- GRITS
day 7:30 Lm.FRIDAY ,
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1:30 &
p.m. Litany 3'bbag 39c S/bbag 35c
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Christian Church Your Last Chance To Hear

" .- -.' FEEDS -- Fresh Stock Guaranteed
Bible School 9:45 a. m. Wor-
ship Service t1 a. m. and 7:30 p.
CHURCH OF m. Prayer Meeting each Wednes- Evangelist BILL RICE Red Lion Shorts, 1001b bag $3.60

day Minister 7:30, p. m. -1. E. Sherwood, Jim Dandy Laying Mash, 1001b bag $5.25

Jim Dandy Hen Scratch, 10016 bag $4.80

BAPTIST m..BRONN CHURCH At The Horse & Mule, 10016 bag $4.50U.

I GOD Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching S. Hog Feed, 10016 bag $4.40
11'a.m. Training :
pm. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer Bang Up Dairy, 24q 100 lb bag $4.50U.

Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. z.,a S. Dairy, 10016 bag $4.00
1 LOCATED ON ST. CLAIR ST. Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt pastor. HAMPTON

BAPTIST CHURCH a ? 7:45 P. M. a.r 11(1

Presents \ LA TEY. FIA.
10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. Don't Miss A Service This
preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:4D pray RIB & BRISKET 'ender. Good Grade

er service, 7 o'clock song services, Weekend
7:30 evening services. STEW\ BEEF CHUCK STEAK

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Bible School 10 a. m.; WorshIp >t 'E- : -
Service 11 L m.; Youth Program Bring the family for Colored Pictures of Cowboy -

6:30 p: m. Evening Service 1:30 i -p..::,.: ; Land including the Bill Rice Ranch, for Sugar Cured, 1 to 316 Pieces
IN p. m. --Bro. J. B. Dixon pastor : Western Songs and Chorus. and Message'

,FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH "A' ''. 41i; illustrated with Tales From Texas! Thousands SMOKED BACON Lb 44CVeiners.
L\WTEYFL\. have packed great auditoriums for this colorful

Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- Service.

Ing 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweek
'Venture Into service Wednesday 7:3.0 p. JJL Saturday: "HEAVEN MISSED FOR CONVENIENCE" \ Bologna or Smk Fresh Sliced
A. E. Massey, pastor.PL"ttfXXSTAL .
Film Adventures in Africa. In Color. Actual movies of dramatic Leopard SAUSAGE BEEF LIVER
HOLINESS dance charge of naked Lotuka warriors bent on massacre. Unforgettable

Sunday School rnVRCII 10 a.m., Films. Ib 29c Ib 29c

Morning Service 11 a.m.
\ 't Fail h'vX' Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Sunday: Bible School10 A.M.Be .
Prayer Meetings Wednea
night 7t5 p.m. Saturday night one of the 225 in our growing Bible Sthool. Goal qf last Sunday of 200 PORK ALE LB.

,.!.. '" was reached by a "close shave.", Morning, Revival Services.. 11 a.m.

., i- {In Beautiful Color and j. Services L\TJ'ER)each DAY Sunday SAINT in old Ma- SPECIAL: SUNDAY AFTERNOON SERVICE! HAMS C

sonic Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday
School 10 a.m.. Sacra rent Serve 3P.m.--To.-4:15
Sound Film ice 6:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. -
No preaching, brief song service COLORED PICTURES OF PALESTINE! Movies BUTTS
and slides of great places in Bible Lands including Jerusalem Mt. of Olives, Garden
I. of Gethsemane the place' of a skull inside arid outside of the Tomb, etc. Scripture

SATURDAY liGHT 10V. 14TH MONUMENTSLOWEST will be used to bring to mind the tremendous importance of the various pJa.ces. BACK BONE
Many things you have never seen or heard of before, including an object made by
PRICES I Pontius Pilate.that actually played a great part in the crucifixion of Jesus.


No Extra Charge Training Union 6:30'p.m.. Goal: 175. Last Sunday .170 RIB IN

,$ For Setting In Or Near were present to carry us over goal of 150!

,j\, 7:30p.m.: "THE SUREST WAY TO HELL" ,
41' ,
.fr ': The sin that has damned more souls than any other sin in America. A All Meat, Lean &Tender Fresh Ground

EVERYONE E E Straight From The Shoulder Iessage. A IUST" for every person in
> Bradford County. Film: 'The Power Of The Blood" in full color.. An STEW HAMBURGER
.. Write For Free Folder amazing film based on modern science and Ancient Scripture.

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I Students 'Learn 'The Moon Is Blue' Refi ns-'Heads' I
Employee Named of
I Students Elect building materials or Unroofing -(Commencing first Monday In Jan

Sparkling Comedy SERVICE MEN that can be used to build uary. 1S54 and continuing the first
Monday in each month for thirty
Meaning of LIghts For Trail Ridge And Highland PlantsTwo Officers For New quarters for the woman'is askedto Mfcnsenuive months, without interest *
Coming To Florida \ get in touch with Margaret or finance charges and at leaf
J *&% of bid will be the
the price
Students at BHS know now just new additions to the transferred to Albert who lives near towards down payment.
r A bright and sparkling comedy the ,Newport plant \Safety Group Store just south of town on !01. ?, THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -
what a traffic light is saying to tomes to the screen of the Florida Humphreys Gold Corporation's on July i,- 1953 as a group super- I Money is not being asked, but*any OF BRADFORD

them when It flashes red, green, or Theatre this Sunday and Mondayin staffs .for: the Trail Ridge and visor. 'j MVRICK QUALIFIES'ABOARD Paul Rivers was elected building materials clothing etc. (By COUNTY Charles FLORIDA A. Darby.As .

yellow. They even know why "The Moon Is Blue", filmed Highland plants were announced MrDean: expects to reside. in CARRIER of the Student president will be appreciated. Its Clerk.
Safety Council
: some road signs are octagonal version of a reighing Broadway this week., Kej-stone Heights. t at an" .....-- -
In shape, and some are round. '-' stage hit about love in the big A. N. Dean'is the new employee Mr. Denny is a native of New I i-----j held Monday organizational night in the usa meeting: All rats. town and country are Florida! Circuit IB Court.rbaartry.Bradford C..t

These and other important relations supervisor- at Trail, Jersey nd .a graduate of Princeton 1 Other imitited to the Rat Banquet Friday :Mamie K. Steed Plaintiff, vs. GreenA.
answered for the city.The Ridge, and C. G., Denny will assume > Unlv r ity. During World I ; officers elected at this and Saturday.CALL Steed, Defendant.
questinos were story with dialogue time
spiced gay the at the were: Levy Canova Jr., Case No. 10-144
students O. P. 'same: position : War;II he served three and a half Order Of Publication T.
: by Sgt. McCulley begins atop the Empire vice president; Nancy DuPre FORBllSThe Amd \ tlce
of the Jacksonville police depart- State and ends the "PW Highland plant. years as an officer in the Adjutant Board of County Commissioner Appears State Of Florida Toi
building. on Mr. Dean ,is a native of New, secretary; Joann Slade, treasurer: Green A. Steed whose residenceand
ment in room-to-room are General's Department ineludiiig' of E'radford County. Florida wU1 address Is Unknown.You .
recent same spot. But in between Marion Harrington :
York State. but spent most of: .' sergeant at, receive sealed firm bids at 10 A. M.
two and half inth required to on
demonstrations at the Starke sandwiched some of the wittiest a years arms; Mike Clark judge; Norma. December 7th. 1933, subject to its November 23 appear
his early years In New Jersey., Pacific Ocean 1953 in the above
school., scenes and conversation ever seen area. jHe1 was cUi' Gonzalez, court clerk; and Agnes acceptance or rejection on or before named Court and cause wherein
He graduated from Lafayette: stationed in Australia, New January 7th, 1954 for the purchaseby plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
Sgt McCulley who. incidentally on the screen. Lawson, Lex Green Jr., arid it \ot the following.One .
College Easton, Pa. in 1943 'with, Guinea}ad Philippine Islands': County Telegraph shall publish this
,resided at Lawtey In his youth. The girl who causes all the B.S. Pauline Gay, investigators. Kew Tandum Drive Deisel Order i* next four weekly Issues.
degress in chemical .
a en- Following release from,service
Motor Grader, 100 horse Witness
power my hand and official sealat
here through arrangementsmade trouble just being atop the Empire Speakers at the
ame' gineering. The three years fo'- he''joined the du Pont Company Monday night with booster steering weighingnot Starke, Florida this October 21.
by the local Chamber of. State at the wrong (or right) lowing graduation were meeting were Circuit Judge G. L. less than %%,000 pounds. Mole 1953.
spent on in 1946 at Newark N.-J.
the ," Board not less than 13 feet Tire (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs
. enchantins
; bringing with him time played by an Patten who
Commerce a
. i activeduty with the U. S. Navy., plant/of the pigments department. spoke briefly endors- size 1400 x 24. 12 ply. No Cab. Clerk of said Court
portable trp/fic light made by I Ihlmse1.f. newcomer to the screen Maggie Mr. Dean joined the du Pont The ''greatest portion of this time ing the student safety movement Any warranty or maintenance of I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
which will duplicate any- McNamara. The young ,archiec; in and State Trooper Earl Gore of the equipment offered shall be stated Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Bldg.
Company 1946 at the Baltimore was spent in the field of
employee I| in the bid. Payment will be made Jacksonville. Florida. ,
th1ng, a' regular traffic light ,can who is completely captivated by plant where he served as an relations where he gained experience Palatka, who described the program i on a monthly time payment basin Attys. for fit 1012a4t: Ul

do!The light is mounted on a two- this modem' Miss is portrayed by operating group supervisor and<< .,a I in safety, engineering, being carried on by similar!i. _

wheel dolly and can be dismantled II William Holden. The middle-aged standards engineer, He was employment procedures,_and.train.4 : groups in other Florida cities. I "-

to fit Into a car. man-about-town 'who seems to be i The local student organizationgrew '

,'Since beginning his school work equally captivated by the same Marines Will Recruit I : I from a nucleus of 'five Sat. Mon. .. Only !
Sgtr McCulley has lectured in young lady is played by that past i---------: .i.I students who had previously .

'more thari" 550, classrooms in 301 master 'of sauvity David Niven. Third All-Florida shown a strong initial interest in
Susie Bradford
different schools. 'He conceivedthe Platoon In DecemberAnother I the program sponsored by the

idea for the portable traffic CARD OF THANKSWe I : State Safetv Council: Paul Rivers,

Tight after observing the Inadequacy would like to express our platoon of all-Florida .i''__ _,_ _. _,_:i. Mike Clark Nancy DuPre, Jean

of blackboard diagrams Sincere appreciation to our friends Marines will be enlisted during Mundy, and Pat Bowers. COMIC BOOKS
for their many deeds'of kindnesses Nothing .-- no nothing can
most instructors.The These
used by safety November and December and five were asked to sub-
during the illness and death of our keep a crowd of football fans
students that
sergant told sent to recruit training at Parris mit independently a list of namesof
beloved mother. -Eva Anderson, away. Last Friday night wind.
traffic lights can't talk, but that Island, S. C. in January, 1954. fellow students who showed
Iris VanSickel, Bill Epperson. rain, and cold weather didn't
half indications
to. "If are way of
they try you Applicants accepted under this willingness to assume -
across the street and the light :Raiford'pperson." program will be trained as a unit stop BHS. The Tornadoes just leadership in safety and who I Reg. lOc

turns yellow don't stop." he said. while at Parris Island. After blew over the Sandcrabs wiUi'score a might be expected to set a good C

The light is trying to tell youth $100-jofhrr own money into his completing boot training they will of 39-14. example in this line. These lists e Full Size

t have a few seconds The New members were initiated were then tabulated
you ingenious portable light. return home as a unit on recruit '4 and the
left. so gee on across." < onlyhelp! >he got was from the leave. into the Beta Club last week.-The names appearing most frequentlywere c "AdventureLove -

Sgt. McCulley gets a lot; /of Jacksonville police department girls had to wear night gowns.no invited to become charter -
A previous outfit,
allFlorida could not comb their ,
make-up, members of the -
satisfaction from the worthwhile!! ..which .furnished him with the gron-
service he Is performing. ) necessary controls for operatingthe known as the Gator Platoon was hair all day and had to wear bed- I|I One member of the original ]3 Detective"
recruited last summer and included .
much so, in fact! that he put some ston-go system. room slippers. The boys woreonghandled selected Faye Paulk was unableto
five from Bradford
young men underwear. They
devote the necessary time to Stories
County. The plan has proved crowned a King and Queen whose the organization and the group

, S popular as the boys who enlist wishes had to be carried out.' elected Norma Gonzalez to take e Limit
under this plan get to take their !" the
WlNKLERELECfRIC SERVICE "Howdy, partners was her place.At .
boot with other fellows
training welcome you received upon en- the Monday meeting the
from their home state. This new the Dude Ranch Party
ring group adopted a tentative con-
latoon will be known as the last Saturday night. Tickets were stitution and by-laws and also a
Everglades Platoon. .' .need 'according, to% your waistline motto: "Don't drive yourself into
Applicants may enlisfc for three inch. Hold-up Lt. (jg) Bishop M. Myrick "
at one cent per I i the past tense! Provision will

or four years, and men desiringto men'held up a job at the dance I qualified for a commission aboard be made at an early date for a

RADIO take advantage of going .to and Other features were a 'skit, I the Aircraft Carrier USS Monterey -!|I fair means of increasing membership SWEATERS

a boot camp with their buddies are a cake walk, aid square dancing. on Sept. 1, 1953. Before I I in the organization.

AND advised to see M. Sgt. H.' W. Missing any silver? Wait' entering -'I I The next meeting will be held

leserve, the local Marine re} don't touch a'thing! Just ,'cali'lp flight training he was I' Monday night at 7:30 o'clock in

cruiter at the post office In the Science Club. After the ,.talk 'electronics officer with the famed the USO.

TELEVISIONyit Starke any Tuesday from 9:30 n"fingerprinting by Deputy-'Cecil Hurricane Hungers after successfully -

a.m. until 4 p.m. 3ewell I am sure they could help. completing Aviation I. Children's Fancy Knits
'" Electronics School in Memphis, Group t
Science Clubs are known throughout -

U- Sales B Squad Wins Game the U. S. and the Bradford Tenn. Probes PossibilityOf .
Before being recalled to active Cashmeres
and Service Chapter has a large membership.Don't

The Tornado Squad defeatedthe miss out on the fun this duty in July 1951, Myrick was District CourtThe r
r4wJf i-j-rf
224 N. Temple Ave PHONE 166 Starke, Florida Fletcher High School (Jax Saturday night. The "Hobo Junc- employed& Accident with Insurance Independent Co.Life of possibility of establishing a 1st Quality
Beach) B Squad 7-6 on Tuesday, tion" will be in full ,swing. Get district
court for
Nov. 3, in Starke. Edward Ak- your patches out and come on Gainesville. Prior to that he received juvenile cases
was at a luncheon meet-
I ridge made the touchdown, and down to the USO. The fun will his BA in Education from Ing .6f the Children's Committeeheld Short Sleeves

Edgar Akridge kicked the extra 8 o'clock. This affair is the University of Florida. He
start at

Rent ft Trade ooint In,the second quarter. TheB being given for the,senior football aerial served as first radioman and Monday in the with Gold 20 members House at present.noon
its gunner a Navy
Squad played last game queen[ candidate. The chairman of the committee,
Thursday, Nov. 12. The. Junior Class this year 'a Patrol Bomber during World War
Rev. .
T G. Mitchell. presided.A
11H A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED going to be different. They will n. committee, consisting of Mrs.:

CARD OF THANKS crown the Football Queen after At present Lt. Myrick is under- W. R. Morse, H. P Morgan. Mor-

I wish to thank our friends for. the game. She will be crowned going advanced training in In- ton Alpren. Mrs. E. A. Hall and We Exchange]

Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place their prayers and letters of encouragement the field so more people will ,gttto struments: (U. S. Naval School of Rev. Mitchell will plan for a joint We Refund

also for the beautiful : see her.Members. .., All-Weather Flight) before goingto meeting of County Commissioners,
WORDS OR LESS ONE INSERTION - 50c floral Safety We Satisfy
20 pieces during the Illness of the Student services-type aircraft train- school Board members, and the

EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c and death of my husband, Fred C Council are busy setting up their Ing in AD's single engine at- Children's Committee in the near

DISCOUNT OF 15 PER CENT o.v TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS Orr. -Mrs. Fred C. Orr. constitution and by-laws and get- .tack aircraft, at Corpus Christ, future.

ting ready to begin their worth- Texas.Lt. I, Mrs. E. L. McKnight. chairman In w.
o W.C.TIU."BLESSED while program. Here's wishing; Myrick graduated from BHSin i i, Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr., and Rev. Call St.

MEMORIALS,CARD QF THANKS RESOLUTIONS-20c PER LINE them every success. 1914. I W. S. McAlilev were aooointed as

(COUNT, 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) ARE THEY THAI. Well that does it for this !' committee to supervise the dis
:tt.. ) .J DO HIS COMMANDING, THAI r week. Don't forget the home Cpl. Richard L. Carter' son of la of Thanksgiving and -
-- Fla.
THEY MAY HAVE RIGHT T() game tonight and Teen Town will Mr. and Mrs. Lewis.Carter, Rt. 2, baskeJs. All organizations -

I FOR house.RENT 327-Clark Six: room St. Price unfurnished$50 per THE TREE OF LIFE, AND MAI r be opened afterwards.See Starke took part recently in Exercise are asked to clear throughthis

THOMAS month. Phone JOS-J. Itchg ENTER IN THROUGH Till you next week Mudlark: annual fall train- committee so there will be no

A. FOR RENT-Furnished apartment. GATES INTO TilE CITY.1Revelation 'p, -Susie. ing maneuver of the U. S. Forcesin dunlication.It ,

REAL ESTATE BROKER one bedroom and glassed-i ( 22:14. Austria. An Aidman with Medical announced that the Brad- '
,l. AT*. Telepk.M S14 ) was
:34 Tem .
Starke. Florida i kitchen sleeping and porch dinette., large living 425 SouthSt. room, In memory of a beloved Member Red Cross Names Company, 350th Infantry ford Emergency Relief Committeewill

or apply at Tuck's Auto Cafe. Mrs. W. J. ,Epperson. Regt., Cpl. Carter has been in meet Thursday Dec. 3, at DAYS"ARE
HAS Mrs. Smith To Head "SCHOOL
tt Austria since May 1950. 7:30: p.m. In the USO. and all

FOR SALE SECRETARY WANTED Typing Red Cross Drive Again Pvt. Owen A. Thornton, son of civic organizations are asked to
necessary, dictation not necessary: send a representative.Miss .
I Phone M. Uchg t Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thorntonof
J-8 ....- II.... ..'rH't.4 >* **..let*- I Jerry O. Gay, chapter chairmanof Rt 2. Starke is serving with Estelle Long o* Green Cove "ESTERBROOK DAYS"Becausewith
a. L.w107. Paved Borings introduced two new wel-
FOR SALE-Plywood boat and boat the Bradford ,
County chapter
rm *.."..1...... rraOUbTpvletd trailer the 25th Inf. Div. in Korea. He
good condition. Inquire fare workers who have been added,
attractive term American Red Cross, announces
wllfc Coney Island. Up entered the army last March and
making a full staff for this area.
the following officers and chair-
iwellln j4 Dr" For completed basic training at Ft.
S--N. .8.rOOM freM Farmer.Market FOR SALE-Copenhagen Market men were elected at the chapter'sannual Dr. Florence Jennings youth an Esterbrook
f U 1 Cabbage plants $2.25 per thous Jackson S. C. The 25th Infantrywas 1
J..t.rt Ml. Prite4 ZOo 100. F Flume. Crops & Livestock meeting neld Tuesday, counselor, reported on cases she =-...
and. per F. rushed to Korea during the .
.. .. $2.00040.. Fountain Pen students choose
for kk Itchg Oct. 27 now has pending-and stated that can
early days of the conflict and ,v
b.. .I.<< B.*levar chairman O. there are about 10 foster homes .
S-Lo''o. Jerry
SEWING MACHINES-Sell for balance took part in some of the toughest their very own point style.
Osefsr1k 4 wm.' fcaUme. due. Write S. M.. Box S2S Gainesville Production vice-Chm., M. W. Cressler available to care for children, but
...t..IT ..,...... Ba, ... ; ; battles on the peninsula.
Fla. Hehe
build later. Starke. Credit Association '. Treas.. :Miss Lillian Stump; Secy., more are needed.

SATSUMA ORANGES FOR SALE- 620 N. Main St. Mrs. J. A. Griffin; and the follow- Pvt. Hubert L. Wilkison son of /

"Invert Today If You Would 150 doi. at farm. No.Sunday sales' Gainesville Florida ing chairmen: disaster, Harmon Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Wilkison of At The TabernacleA Look' 1oa1cTclwLAci"
Tomorrow"FOR C. W. Jenkins near railroad depot. ,
Have Security Johnson (Putnam County>)> Fla. Morgan; first aid. Larry Gibson: Lawtey, recently arrived In Korea KERFS All TOO 00 ,

ftp 11/2 publicity Rev. T. G. Mitchell; Jr. for duty with the 2nd Inf. Div full winter schedule of out-

Red Cros" Mrs. W. R. Morse; He entered the army last Decem- standing Bible teachers and speak-
FOR SALE-60 acre Improved pasture -
1SSJ SALE Plymouth AT BARQAIN--LU 4-Door Sedan. 110 bearing pecan trees, Z Home Service, Mrs. Edward ber and completed basic trainingat ers is being arranged for the

Cambridge. Excellent Conditionthrouahout. dwelling houses, dairy barn and FILL ,DIRTGOOD Burns; 1954 Fund Chairman. Mrs. Aberdeen Proving Ground in Gospel Tabernacle. Last Sunday Endorsed ByEducators _ _
odd buildings. Write C. JLetsch. =
Original owner. ""
Junius Smith.The there and
Maryland.Pvt was a guest speaker
baa been driven back and Rt. 2. Box 51, Starke. tfchg
This car RICH For
forth to work only. We have two Red Cross office is locatedin pianist at the morning service and .
there WILL PAY CASH for good clean. 2556 ...... '
can and need only one M the Public Health Building on the sponsor spoke at the evening -
two In our family. Mileage COTTON Rags. Must be COTTON School Use.
are ,only l .m.. H you want a good Bradford County Telegraph. tf TOP SOILSee Church street and is open Monday service on "The Watchman's Re-

clean car you can't beat It. See Wednesday and Friday afternoons sponsibility".
Oak Street. opposite
at 711
serving servicemen veteransand
Electric Service after 8JO YOUR S iLiij '
P.m.Itp CATTLE AND HOGS their families. Mrs. Edward Recent BirthsMr.
all I Live Oak Back We4ae.day BILL JACKSON Hall, executive secretary, Is in i
Unfinished trailer f72
FOR 2668
G.I.MTtlle ,
material to complete, cheap. Nick'sFruit FridayRADIOS Jackson Transfer\ charge. and Mrs. A. T. Pope of An Ideal Student Pen
Stand. Up 11/iO -
Starke announce the birth of a .
Kill your rats! then brag abouta With A Point For
FOR SALE-Practice piano $50. AU Make AU Models Phone 165 rat-free farm or home. Join son. Kenneth Thurman, on Nov. _
Phone HU after 5 p.m. Uchg Heaavmakle charge ....ra.t... the 5 in Doctor's Clinic Hospital. [ I
.CH%$. C. SHEPHERD a campaign and use warfarin. Every Writing Task. -
FOR SALE-Studio Couch ISO. good roi W. Call St' Stark Pk. S3* Mr. and Mrs. Joe Yarghn of 4
condition. Mr*. H. H. Adams. 500 -- Waldo announce the birth of a 1555 't
K. Walnwt. Pltn". 40. Itch NEWr TRY STAR PLASTIC TYPE 5
daughter Frances Lee on Oct.
I CLEANER-Does a better job. James R. Hersey, son ol SIn ,
WE ARE HOLDIN'O a limited num- faster. No messy liquids. 'Self- School Supplies School SuppliesrJJb1 Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hersey of in Doctor's i*Vti Clinic HospitaLMethodist
:her of TURKEYS for retail sale. renewing lasts Indefinitely. Only
Place order now for Thanksgiving SOc at Bradford County Theressa is stationed with the <*

.and Christmas turkeys.. Opals"iirV Telegraph.tf 523rd Signal Co. at Camp Gordon,, MenThe Case of Damage
F**"* Forahn' ph"
!. Stchg 11/27 FOR RENT-Unfurnished house. Inquire Ga. He entered the service last
Keystone 'r All Point Styles Are U50 (J
at Bus Station. tf May and took his basic trainingat Methodist Men's Fellow- viiyan,

FOR SALE-Bed complete with Ft. Jackson. ship wilf meet Monday night at 7
prlBga and intersprln mattress FOR SALE V x ," r 18" ConCrete Instantly Replaceable
o'clock in the recreation hall for
I $20. Singer sewing machine. good Block 11(' each. Plenty of '
condition $20. 1 dresser $S. chest Mortar Mix and Cement. Brad- Pvt. Edward L. Parker, son ofWm. i barbecue supper. President G. '
of drawers U. 1 burner oil heater ford Engineering Company. Phone S. (Bill) Parker-of Stake, T. Huggins said this affair will be -InstaraIyRenezxbl.
U1 A K Electric (apt. else) IC. tf
and 1 I recently arrived in Korea for duty In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
range almost new $50; :' -"ByYou. .j !
wardrobe trunk $25. Highway 21between. WHY PAY RENT-When you can with the 3rd Infantry Division. Green who recently donated a 1551 .
and own your home with a emaIl
Keystone A former employe of the Southern to be used fora
Me ro.. oft Highway. B T. Hut- down payment and the balance beef to the church
son and W. J, Grouch phone S77S paid like rent. V.-. H. Nollman Bell Telephone & Telegraph ,Co fund-raising supper. .
Keystone Heights. t t 111U Stark*. Fla. tfchg RING LOOM LUfuum MEMO in Cocoa, Parker entered the Oompfof Fountain Pens $2.30 and $2.80 I

SATSUMA ORANGES FOR SALE- FOR RENT-S bedroom furnished ftlMDUS oou Army and completed basic training HELP NEEDED
lie dot. at farm. Also choice peN house, with electric kitchen, and at Ft. Jackson, S. C.
-I". flu."'*T .*!.,,. C. ,\. Jenkins hath on Kingsley Lak. $35 per
near railroad depot Johnson month until May. Mrs. E. ... Materials are being sought to
(Putnam County) Fla. 5tp 11/20 Dowling. Sr.. phone 11SJ. Itchg CARD OF THANKSWe construct small living quartersfor JEookEaterbrook I

wish to express our deep
Olivia Middleton
r FOR RENT-Two bedroom wfnrnlrhed -
""tI".. livlnr mom. dining appreciation for the flowers. was burned out last Saturday
NOTICE large kitchen two porchesand of and other I
room. words condolence expressions night while lick in bed from fire ,
car port on Cherry St. Two
REWARD offered for return of
separate eotUg-es on premises of sympathy during our of undertermlned origin. She Is Desk Sets From $3.00 ,!
lost fire old Cocker SpanId bereavement. Words cannot describe -
year Contact T. A. Yawn. County Judge {
the daughter of the late Hulda
male dog. Color: reddish Stchg. 1I/1J the comfort derived from
Kemp. well-remembered negress In Colors To Match Your Office Furnishings
brown body, blonde patch In top the many kindnesses and thoughtfulness -
who had mnv friends among the
feathered. WM FOR RENT-Small partly furnishedcottage \ shown to at this time. Maroon Green Walnut '
of head; tall, suitable for couple or WilliNG TAUITS lOMPOSmON 1001(1'ENau* us whitepopulation.. It Is reported. Gray Black
wearing rolled collar and answers with one child. Located within -The family off Willa Killings-
that Olivia is chronic sufferer
RUSTY. City Limits. Inquire L. F. Smith, worth Peek. a i
to ,Keystone Rd., or phone 17SW. from asthma and cannot work for


M2 Lafayette St. Pke.e WTWSTARKK. FOR SA.LE-Good used piano reas Why have yon allowed rats to month in assistance but lost all .

:. FLA. onable. 120 N. Cherry St. Mr*. stay on your place? You will her belongings in the fire. PHONE 29r j

A, W. Anderson at Stamp's. Itchg''- wonder when you use warfarin. Anyone who has a small amount !,

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