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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 20, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I SEVENTY-FIVE STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY .NOVEMBER 20, 1953 NUMBER NIVTEEX

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They ,didn't have their driver's

of a proposedcity office because of the increased licenses revoked, but they did

buffet, confirmation of appointees amount of work and the sPecial- draw five days each on chargesof Members of the Board of Trustees of the Bradford Coun.

to'a zoning committeeand ized nature of the work. He said being intoxicated. I. -- ty Hospital Corporation expressed surprise and disappointment -

the granting of a franchisefor that in the event of sickness, 'the That's what happened to two 1.1':1f.LN: Friday1For last week upon learning that the endorsement of free.

the manufacture and sale of clerk's office personnel couldn'tbe Negro men at the Monday session ; ,,- : 'r- .4'j holders would be necessary before bond brokers would

ice in the City of Starke were replaced with just anyone; that of mayor's court. They were chase revenue certificates to pur-
help finance
the
major items of business before the person filling in for sick per- arrested last week while driving D. E. construction
the City Council at its meeting sonnel should be someone already around intoxicated. Their vehiclewas Knight, of a county hospital here.

Tuesday night. acquainted with the work.A. a wagon of one-mule power.It Union ServicesOn However, upon receiving this information

The proposed budget for 1953- J. Thomas, Sr., who was appointed seems the two Negroes "got the trustees began to

54, submitted by the city auditor at a previous meeting to lost" and were making circles in i (: Retired Attorney Thanksgiving set in motion machinery that, ac-

George VV. Dandelake, was basedon act as chairman of a zoning committee their mule-drawn conveyance be- '- cording present plans, will bring

estimated revenue of $279,480, submitted a letter to the tween two points on Highway 4 t. the matter before freeholders in
and estimated expenditures of a Council, listing persons he had 301, just south of town one after- -4 % 4\ ,u Daniel Ernest Knight, 74, The Starke Union Thanksgiving an election tentatively set for the

like amount. These figures, it appointed {o this committee.The noon last week. j prominent Starke attorney and a Service sponsored by the second Tuesday in January

was pointed out conform with last Council confirmed these appointees Police were finally called in toj I : 'j former Senator Representative and State Starke Ministerial Associationwill I In a prepared statement to the
in the
Florida .
year's receipts and expenditures. to the zoning committee. "set a true course" for the un- died at his Legislature, be held on Thursday, Nov. Telegraph the trustees stated that
Anticipated additional revenue course which home here Wednesday 26, at 10 a. m. in the Starke Presbyterian
They are in addition to Thomas, steady navigators afternoon they had been led to believe
He by a
(due to the ity', expansion) was Orie A. Wiggins, Guy Andrews, S. led to the city jail. Policeman E. health for had been in ill Church. Rev. William Jacksonville firm of bond brokers

not taken into consideration in G: Denmark and T. C. Hazen, Jr L. McKnight exhibited his mule- \ some time. 'McAliley, pastor of the Starke that the certificates would
preparing: the budget 'for, as the In his letter, Thomas said that skinning prowess by driving the Mr. Knight was born in Lake Presbyterian Churchill presideat marketable be
A/embers of the newly organized Bradford County Motor:: Court t Butler without a freeholdervote
auditor explained, there would also Too bad the on September 27 the service and Rev.
I he had contacted all the zoning wagon into town. ( 1879, the R. E. Mc- if
I be additional expenditures committee appointees, and they Telegraph photographer wasn't Association are pictured above at their luncheon meeting held Monday j son of the late Jane Butch and Blain, rector of the St. Mark's the certain changes were madein
original
which just about offset the gained I had signified their willingness to around about that time!) in the Gold House Restaurant. Daniel Burnett Knight. He moved Episcopal Churchill preach the vides for all legislation that pro-
to
race track
Starke ,
revenue. serve. Other cases that appeared be- -Polaroid 1-Minute Photo by the TelegraphCarl from Lake Butler in Thanksgiving sermon. revenue received -
General city fund revenue was Mon- 1907 and had made his home Other ministers by Bradford County in excess -
Jerome Johns, of the Starke IceCo. fore Mayor J. R Wainwright here participating
estimated at' $103,280 and revenueto ., requested a franchise for the day included: Johns was elected presidentof Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bagley, Stark?! ver since. in the service will be Rev. L. D. into the of $80,000 annually to go

''the light and water fund was manufacture and sale of,ice in the Two for intoxication, in which the Bradford County Motor 301 Motel; Mrs. Robert Metzger Mr. Knight practiced law here Haines, Rev. T. G. Mitchell, Rev.J. hospital fund.
estimated at $176,200, making the Court Association at an organization Dixie Motor : until ill The suggested
City of Starke. defendants were sentenced $20 or Court; and Mrs health forced his retire- E. Sherwood, and Rev. L. G. changes were
total estimated revenue $279,480. meeting held here Monday. Torena Motel. ment made at the last
Cemenaro
in Anthony some time Hemingway. The legislative session
The Council granted Johns an five days; two for fighting, ago. He served Presbyterian
Major sources of revenue to 'the I exclusive. 30-year franchise to which defendants forfeited $20 Other officers elected at this time Mr. Andrews spoke brieflj r one term in the Florida House of Church Choir, directed by Miss in accordance with instructions of

general fund. as estimated, include manufacture and sell ice at retail and $25 bonds respectively; three were C. L. Scholl, vice, president, stressing the importance of pro- Representatives and two terms as Louise Stern, will provide special the bond firm's; attorneys, the local
: $36,750, transfer from light and wholesale for traffic violations, in khich defendants and J. E. Wall, Jr., secretary- moting the improvement of U. S,. State Senator from Bradford anj music for the service, accompa- trustees said, but when the firm

and water'fund, $35,200, cigarette annual franchise upon fee paymentof forfeited bonds in the treasurer. Mr. Johns named F. U. Highway 301. More of the pri- Union Counties. It was during his nied by Mrs. E. M. Davis, organist. was again contacted, it "back-

taxes, $11,700, utility taxes, In an the franchise of the$1. amounts of $10, $15 and $25. Sacher of Park of the Palms to mary road funds allocated to thi 5 first term in the Senate that The Starke Ministerial Association tracked" and said it would be unable -
$6,000, occupational licenses; granting the board of directors. county should be spent on thi;:S legislation was passed authorizing extends a cordial invitation to to purchase the certificates
$5,700, bonds and fines; and City reserved jurisdiction and authority Eleven m tor courts were represented important highway because it i:s I construction of the first hard the entire community to attend. without additional security of a
$4,000 road and bridge tax. I *o fix, in case of necessity, PTA Discusses at the Monday meetingas the road that "brings in th'''e faced roads in Bradford County.Sur- freeholder election authorizing the

The bulk of estimated revenue.I fair.wholesale and retail prices follows: Mr. and Mrs. B. T. money" to Bradford County, h e After his retirement levying of ad valorum taxes

for the light and water fund stating that such ,wlll be so fixed Safety ProblemAt Thomas, Thomas Motor Court; said. A committee was appointei:l practice five years from law Pecan Volume I guarantee in the event race track as a
I
comes from these major sources: that a fair return is made to the Mrs. W. R. Morse, Crescent Motor to draw up appropriate resolutionin g his time to looking ago he devoted I funds decreased below the $80,000

Electric current, $136,300; water, ice company. Local SchoolTraffic Court; C. L. Scholl, El Rancho this regard. his real estate after mark or were otherwise diverted

$23,100; utility service deposits, Turning to other matters, the Motel; Carl Johns and J. W.I The next meeting of the association veloping a large cattle'ranch'net And by legislative act.
$3,900; sale of supplies, $1,000. Council: Powell, Temple Motel; F. R. Sacher will be held on Mondaj r, Starke. I Prices GainThe
Estimated budgetary appropriations Decided to advertise for bids on problems at the Starke and Gordon Purdy, Villa Plum- Jan. 4, and monthly thereafter o n His The trustees thereupon con-

from the general city fund an A-frame and winch, to be I school came up for discussion at osa; Mr and Mrs. Guy Andrews, each first Monday.All term varied activities included tacted several other firms and received
are as follows: Fire 'department, mounted on one of the city gar- a meeting of the Parent-Teacher Starke Motor Court; Mrs. R. C. motor court operators v n as county attorney, city attorney heaviest volume and best the same answer: no election -

$10,095; :polce{ department, $23.- bage trucks for the purpose of Association here Monday night Murnan, Sleepy Hollow; Mrs. J. r this vicinity are invited to bEcome '_ Board,of and member of the County prices 'of the season featured the no purchase of certificates.

330; street and garbage depart- setting poles and moving heavy .with several patrons expressing Wall Jr., Bradford Motor Court; members of the associatioi i. also served Bond Trustees. He had fifth pecan auction of the current Convinced that there was no other
ment |35,020; park department equipment. .concern over the danger to stud- Selective as attorney'for the season at the Starke State Farmers course: to pursue, the trustees met

$175; administrative office and Considered a number of requestsfor ents crossing busy Highway 301 I Service Board, and chair- Market, Thursday, Nov. 12. ovember 2 with the Board of
from the main school grounds to man of the Liberty Loan bond For the first time here, nuts .County CommLsslonrs who agreedto
and meters
general, $26,310; interest sink- parking to be installedon To Earl Cook rive in
ing fund, $7,800; making ja total of Thompson St., between Call and the USO. It was pointed out that I Sarge Buy Property; lifelong World member War I. He wa3 a .were graded by government inspection the calling of such an election.
two students have been struck by of the First and passed requirementsto
$103,280 in estimated appropriations Madison Sts. A survey as to the Methodist According to present estimates,
from the general fund. number of meters needed was automobiles during the .present various times Church serving at be carried out of the state. the amount that it will be necessary -

Major estimated appropriations' ordered, school term. : : \t,, Legion Bargains For Fair Grounds the as superintendentof Quality was the. best, of the season I to bond for will be $125,000the
...."i" Sunday School, teacher of
far and :
Several made I so was quickly re-
suggestions were
from the JJght.an4 'water fund Include Approved-the. -constitution and the Men's Bible Class, a memberof trustees said. Since race
flect d in of
: Transfer to general city for improving the method of per- a strengthening track moneys are flowing into the
by-laws of the Bradford County the Board
Benjamin "Old Sarge" Suslow children. of Stewards, and a
all varieties. The
prices on -
fund, $36,750 salaries and mitting students to pass safely presence hospital fund to the tune of
; wages, Emergency Relief Committee, as this week agreed to purchase prop- Other recent property transfe rs member of the Board of Trustees. of $32-
from
from side of the street to the one larg.buyer
$32,160f; el pil. U2S99i.wa! e listed ,in aJetter f/om.tha.t committee one erty-from-Earl Cook Jr. and his included He-was member'' of the WOW. < Ervin Bourbon, also 000 in 1952, and $42,800 in 1953,
"Chas."STPartln Chicago,
6ther, 'ahd i principal -
material ; $12,900. the trustees do
not
and"supplies thatit
to the Council. anticipate
wife Lita. for the sum of $12,000, Sale of the Pin
of BHS, asked that the pos- Whispering 'es Surviving are his widow Mrs. stimulated buying. Mr. Bourbon
The Council agreed to considerthe Heard complaints about hunting sibility of constructing an 'underpass court house records show. Motor Court by T. R. and Dorott lY Nancy Langford Knight of Starke: bought 26,000 pounds of the total will be necessary to make an ad-
valorum for
proposed budget and act on it in the extended city limits, and ad- from the school to the USO On tile in the county clerk's Connell to Roland E. and Susan :E.or two sons. Hollis V. Knight, Starke, 34,378 pounds that were offered. levy authorization hospital purposes,
at the next meeting. vised complainants to report each be consideration. cffice was an "Agreement for Bates [of St. Petersburg, f, and Paul E. Knight of New York /The average price paid was 17 yet such must be
'Dandelake, when asked, said he instance of within the given to given by freeholders In order to
hunting city It was announced that repre- Deed wherein Suslow agreed $32,000; City; and one sister, Mrs. F. H. 1-2 cents per pound as comparedwith
thought there was a definite need limits to the police, who would sentatives of the State Safety purchase for the aforementionedsum H. T. and Floy Bell Bennett to Cason of Lake City. an average of 13 1-7 cents guarantee the issue and makeit

for additional help in the city clerk. try to correct the situation. Council would be in Starke early I : Lots 1, 2, 3, 12, 13, 14 of Ben Suslow, farm on U. S. 3i'01 Funeral services will be held Ji for the previous week. attractive to bond brokers.

next week and would be asked to Block two of the Pinehurst Development -I north of Lawtey, $6,000; the First Methodist Church this Curtis showed only a slight in- "In the event that the free-
.
study the situation and make : ; also, three houses anda L. A. and Lee Davis'to Ed T. afternoon (Friday) at 3 o'clock crease of less than a cent per holders in the election should not

Hwecoming Promises Fun For All; recommendations.Early 6Q' by 60' building located on Prevatt, 50 and- 64)100) acre s, with the pastor Rev Thomas G. pound from the previous week, grant their approval, the Board

in the meeting, teachersand the property and certain store $4,000; Mitchell, officiating. Interment but several other varieties suchas will of necessity have no alterna-
I patrons divided info four fIXtures and equipment.The Martin E. and Jettye Ruth Lai nd will follow in Crosby Lake Cemetery Randall, Stuart, and Money tive but to wait for a number of

Queei Will Be Crowned At FieldThe groups for the discussion of report date of the agreement is to S. E. and Lula Sparks, fo ur with DeWitt C. Jones Funeralte Makers rose several cents. years until sufficient funds have

cards whether or not Nov. 16, 1953.: lots and residence on LafayetSt. ; Home in charge of arrangements. Curtis led in volume with 11.266 been accumulated to proceed with

parents found the present system Also on file at the clerk's officeis ., $5,400; Active pallbearers will bens pounds sold for an average of 17 the project," the trustees' statement -
students at Bradford ; another "Agreement for Deed," Edward and Bessie M. Bur cents. said. "However, it shouldbe
High Bradford's Gene
Football Queen will satisfactory as a means of reporting Theron A. Yawn, J. R. Kelly,
School are going all-out to make be crowned this year on the foot the progress of their chil wherein the local American Legion to Eugen VV. and Irma Perkii lS, Long, Freeman Register Jr., A. J. Stuarts were the second heav understood that the Improve-

this year's Homecoming next ball field soon after the end of dren. The concensus was that Post agrees to purchase the Ra- 1404 Tiber Ave., Jacksonville, WE st Thomas Jr.. E. L. Matthews, and test sellers, with ,243 pounds of- ment Commission can give us no

Wednesday, the best ever. the: Homecoming game with Lake high school report cards were beck property, consisting of 17 100 ft., Elk. 6 of Govt. Lot .3, Carr' C. Colley. fered at, an average of 21 2-3 assurance that those funds now
enter- Butler next acres of U. S. 301, north of Starke, Lakeside SD; $2,500; cents. allocated to under
,Great fun ,and plenty of Wednesday night. satisfactory, but considerable con- us the Hill-
tainment Is In store for those who This represents a change' from fution was reported on the part of from Joe W. and Sydney Brown, Hans T. and Margaret Walk: Nuts classified as "mixed" accounted Burton Act will be available to us
attend. The students and parents previous years when the Queen parents in interpreting the system 10f Ridgeland S. C., for the sum :I to J. C. and Gladys Hobbs, n Kelly To Head for 4,036 pounds and from this source ,in the future. We

are putting a lot of work into has been crowned later in the used in elementary grades. The 15000. idence on Church St., $6,300; brought an average of 14 1-2 cannot anticipate, of course, what
making the first 'Tornado evening at the USO. The new 'system of marking was explainedand The American Legion Post had D. C. Jones, administrator est Lte Farm Bureau cents. the Congress may provide for

Whirls", next Tuesday night, a policy was adopted in order thateveryoneho although it was the opinionof passed a resolution to buy the Of J. R. Howe, to Fred and M Lr- Seedlings totaled 2,151 poundsand these purposes in the future."

whopping success, and they want has worked or voted some that the present cards property for the purpose of developing garet Leonhard, residence a na Election of new officers and a sold for a 14 2-3 cent average. At the present time the alloca-

everyone In the 'county to come for the winning candidate may see left much to be des'red, no definite it into permanent fair three lots on Eighth and Wat.er board of directors and the appointment Success brought an average of tion of Federal grant has

out and get Intd the spirit of her crowned. recommendations for changes grounds and an athletic fIeld for Streets, $6,550. of a delegate to the 14 3-4 cents for 2..011 pounds. been set up for two years.money In the

Homecoming. A big bon fire will This year's candidates are: Ann were made.In state convention were items of Thus far this season growers in fiscal year 1953-54, the amount of

be lighted on the baseball field. Crosby, 12th grade; Sue Siprelle the contest for highest at- Unique Altar project 01 Masons business before the Bradford this vicinity have sold 119,603 $127,500 has been allocated for the
Skits will be presented by tne 11th grade; Joanne Slade, 10th tendance of patrons, Mrs. Nor- County Farm Bureau at its meeting pounds of nuts at the Starke hospital here; and $100,000 for
9th. 10th. llth and 12th gradesof grade; and Nancy Bates, 9th man's room won the cake for the Thursday night of last week. auction market for a return of the fiscal 1954-55.
year However
BHS. Lawtey, Brooker, aid grade.Miss elementary school, and Mrs. Demorest's Brings Wood From Varied SourcesIn Elected to serve as directors for $18,228.20. In order to obtain the first alloca-,
schools have also been Nina Bishop, girls' physical room was again winner for J. B.
Hampto the coming year were: There will be no sale on Thursday tion of $100,000 the local trusteesmust
: Invited-to" enter the skit competi sent a education director.demonstration will pre- the high school. his quest for pieces pf his- to persons in Cuba Manila Attralia 13- White, J. R. Kelly, W. S. Sibley, Nov. 26, Thanksgiving Day. show definite evidence that
tion. The band, cheerleaders, and tumbling. ny The meeting was presided over torically significant wood, Gene and other parts of the U. W. H. Maxwell. J. R. Wainwright, The next scheduled sale' will be the local portion of the
eight This will take hospital
girls. place
the football teams en masse to'th1s will after the game and prior to the by the president, J. W. Rltch. Long Senior Deacon of Bradford An article about the altar proj.ht's .:S.xt T. C. Crawford, F. L. Watterson held on December 3. money is on hand or available, as
be thereto lend color 35 F & A. M.. has met and Titus Olson.
Lodge No. ,
coronation of the Queen. This appeared in the New A.ge needed, before July 1, 1954.
spectacular. pep rally. I will.give parents a fine opportunity Johns DesignatesBHS with some success thus far.' Magazine, a Masonic publicatii>n. The newly elected board of White Sells Bull A delay of several while -
Bradford Hotshots will per- which follows years
wood. officers
The The of.old elected as
pieces directors
to see one unit's work In girls When all the pieces of iod waiting for
wore
be MusiciansAs At : race track funds to
will also I Webster SaleJ. accumulate -
and there is to from R.
form physical education. Long trying garner '\ assembled, they will becorporate4' ;In- : J. R. Kelly, president- would
Chinese auctions on several cakes. 'Official Band' bout the world are to be used in Wainwright vice president; F. L. jeopardize Federal -
Draw prizes will be given to the the building of an altar for the Plans into the new alt ar. secretary and treasur- B. White, local cattleman funds that have already Tseen
Three Lions Clubs are to put the altar i toWatterson
sold his allocated
Aberdeen to the
lucky ones: Acting Governor Charley E. local lodge. gether with er. young Angus hospital but
On sale will be hamburgers cot. Honor Dist. Governor Jhns has designated the Brad- Here are some of the items of will be used.dowel pins. No na ils W. S. Sibley was appointed to bull at a recent sale held in Web- might be diverted elsewhere if

fee Cokes hot chocolate and I ford High School Band as his "of- wood Long has received: I represent the Bradford Bureau ster, for $575. the trustees are not ready to act
No admission will be At Melrose MeetingOn the St. Augustine Long said that Bradford Lod I"'e Of the ten bulls advertised, the
candy. ficial band" during his term of Donated by INo. at the 12th annual state convention by July 1
35 it
; was
pointed out.
charged at the gate.. office. lodge, a piece of cedar from the Starke Fla.. would t ipho of the Florida Farm Bureau top animal brought $1,000, the
Thursday, Nov. 5. a Joint predate hearing from anyone w second $750 and Mr. White's
sponsoredby house in the United States. was
is being oldest
event This'convention was
The In,a letter to Gay A. Rimert. .
meeting of the Melrose, Hawthorne been has some historical wood to a)nFederation. third. TM White Conner ElectedJr.
the 10th grade and the public band director, the acting governor This house is said to have held in Tampa and ended this pastOd bull was one
tribute
out and show Its and Keystone Heights 1699.A or who might have soi me r"T Old last April 20.
to com built in
said he
Is urged was "proud and honored"to Tuesday. Cattle
Uons Clubs was held in Melrose ideas as to where HeadRep.
of the team., I piece of wood from the housein such we has Mr. White said that cattlemenwere
support honoring District Governor Wm. be .in the position to designatethe might be obtained. President J. R. Kelly an-
I R. Joiner of Lions District MaL BHS musicians as his officialband. which Harry Truman was born.A nounced Dec. 4 as the next meeting generally satisfied with Doyle E. Conner of Starkwas .
chair leg from the home of Bradford .Farm prices offered at the sale. He has
of the
Santa Parade About 80 Lions and Uonefrcs date elected president of the newly '
O. Henry, the famous short story Potato GrowersTo brought 12 more Angus down from
doubt
enjoyed a turkey dinner at the "No from time to time 1 Bureau. organized Junior
Florida
This item came from the his ranch in Missouri and hasa StateCattleman's
will call on them to play on writer. now
4 parish house In Melrose. Besides special
Set For Dec. Masonic Museum in Greensboro total of 40 registered cattle Association at a
on
the District Governor, two members occasions if it will not be too Get AdviceOn Funeral TuesdayFor
of his cabinet were present: much of an imposition on them." N. C.. as did the wood from the his Starke ranch, and 22 head of meeting in St. Petersburg Wednes-
the annual Santa Truman birthplace. Also from this Mary Griffis grade cattle. day.
Plans for Deputy District Governor W. Earl he wrote.
Yields
Bigger
held this yearon several pieces of
claus Parade. to be Byrd of Hastings, and Zone Chairman museum came
Friday. D c. 4, ate shaping up John E. Hammond of Key. New Shell Station wood from Guilford Courthouse Funeral services for Mrs. Mary
nicely according to Mrs. Marian stone Heights. Battlefield the scene of, a battle Suggestions for increased: yie Ida Frances Griffis, 79, were held Bishop Buys Carl Ritch

Howe, secretary of the local C of The presidents of the three 1 Open For BusinessThe during the Revolutionary War. of Irish potatoes will be the pi ur- Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock Building,

C. clubs represented were Cecil From Omaha, Neb., a piece of pose of a meeting to be held in at the Highland Cemetery five

Mrs. Howe urges that all Individuals Hook. Melrose; Francis Moore new Shell service station, mahogany from a piano sab) Jo: be the community center at Brool terck miles north of Lawtey. Plumber %Will Erect New
business firms and clubs Hawthorne; and Roy H. Browning, under construction on W. Madison 125 years old. next Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clo Mrs. Griffis died Sunday at herm Shop Here
floats in the St. for the past few months, is County Agent G. T. farm home in the Highland community
who plan to enter Keystone Heights. Fletcher Campbell From Weston W. Va.. came a 1.I Huggins i I
parade contact her as soon as president of the Hastings now open for business. .piece of tulip wood and a tory' nounced yesterday.Dr. where she had lived for I Another new business buildingis 1 located behind Stump's
make definite arT5flCments. The station is to be called "War Gaylord Vulk 33 years. Born near Lake Butler, Dept.
possible Lions was also presentMaster 'This wood. it seems came from soil chen LIst I in the offing for rapidly expanding Store and front
of ceremonies for the rens Service Station" and will _a historical bridge in West Vir- with the Agricultural Experim ent she moved to Bradford County Starke, as Carl Rltch, sometime this week on Thompson and St,

occasion was International Counselor be operated by Mr. and Mrs. f..ginla.. During the Civil War, a :. Station, wffl meet with pot ato after her marriage to John W. local plumber, this week announced -' difficulties, it should be completed,, barring
'Thanks In Song' Robert E. Hucker of the Warren. It is what is known,young soldier was posted to guard growers of this area and adi rise Griffis who died last January. She plans for a new structure to within about two months.
Springfield Lions dub, JaCkson.Ie. a "two-bay station" and was I j the bridge. This soldier later became how to increase' yields thnn ihoik was a member of the Highland house his plumbing business. *
At. Lawtey School ville. bv J. A. Torode Shell Oil the 25th president of the proper soil treatment Dr. V Baptist Church.on Rltch ha.s sold the buildinghe The new building will measure
Is the author Surviving are three sons Elbert about 25 by 60 feet and win bea
distributor from plans furnished .U. S. William McKinley. of much material
The 4th. 5th. and 6th grades ot this of Ft. Lauderdale Jeff and Carson presently occupies on the corner cement block structure. A glass
I To MeetThe by the Shell Oil Co. Ben Hall was j from N. subject and growers in the
the Lawtey School will present Masons the contractor for the building.Mr. A man Farmington.from Hastings area have reported t lef- Griffis of Highland; two daugh- of Jefferson and Thompson window will extend across the I
M. has offered wood some
"Thanksgiving in Song" tonight meetingof Warren said that he has : mite gains In yield by follow ing ters, Mrs. Ella Prescott and Miss Sts. to, H. A. Bishop, local telephone entire front which will be used
bi-monthly Pueblo .
regular ruins at
pre-historic Aztec.
(Friday) at 8 o'clock In the Law- his Virgie Griffis, Highland; two sisters for displaying merchandise.
tey school auditorium. Admission Bradford Lodge No. 35, F, and started pumping gas. but that he\N. M. These ruins are supposed to advise, Huggins said. and one brother. company owner, for a reported Expansion of the local telephone.
AiL, will be held Monday, Nov.I I1 is not completely stocked yet. He have been inhabited by Indians All potato growers In 1 this: Lake sum of $3,000.
Funeral Home of
Wilson facilities
will be 15 cents for children and will make it necessaryto
23, at 7:30 p.m. Au Master i plans a formal opening of the sta- from about 900 to 1300 A. D. area are urged to attend the m etCity was in charge of Ritch said that hi plans to start
arrange move into the larger
30 cents for adults. Masons Invited to attend. I Ition in about two weeks. has letters buildingat
are Long currently out his
ments. new building, which Is to be some future date. Bishop said. j

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PAGE TWO FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1953
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BRADFORD welcome.

COUNTY t EDITOR HIGHLANDBy GRAHAMby Mr. and Mrs. Foster Reynoldsand Thanksgiving Treats That Can't
son Ricky of Panama City

TELEGRAPH VIEWPOINT PUBLISHER Sirs. Lacy Norman Mrs. Bonnie McKlnneyuAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA were home Wednesday. Be Beat In: Quality or PriceAT

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OLDEST FLORIDA. WEEKLY PUBLISHED 1 School at 9:45 a. m. Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Dixon of way you write. Come In and select -

Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under each Sunday. Worship service 11 Jacksonville! were visiting Mrs.F. your favorite ESTERBROOK
Published !
every a. m. and 7 p. m. Prayer meeting T. Abernathy Sunday afternoon.
the Aet of March S, 1879. Fountain Pen. Only $2.S7 at
each Wednesday 7 p. m..Teachers :Mr. and Mrs. Mack Abernathyand BRADFORD COUNTY TELE-
and officers meeting each Saturday son of Waycross Ga. were
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION GKAPn,
MEMBER at 7 p. m. home over the weekend.Mr. I

Mrs. Sara Lee Brown and son and Mrs. V. L. McKinneyof -;. -, .:... ".: -..::.:."n. :_ u." '
"." of Tampa, Jonnie :Mae Strickland, Gainesville spent the weekend I

r McCarthy, Look To Your Laurels Wilbur Mobela Jean Converseand 'with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. HEAR BETTEROR .
. Mrs. Ray Hinkle of Jackson- !John McKinney.
ville attended church services We that Mrs. PAY HOMING
.. are sorry to report
i cannot be other than deeply disturbing from the transcript of his press conferencethat here I
It Sunday.Mr. Flake Watson is a patient in the u.HT ...EHICI cmiimi 401
Eisenhower distressed and I
f. to the American people to witness their Mr. was and Mrs. J. D. Boone have Alachua County hospital. She is store.r
. Attorney General -the man who, above all embarrassed by the actions of his Attorney returned home after attendingthe improving at this time. E. a;

should be interested in seeing a proper administration General. A novice at political skullduggery, State Convention in Tampa. Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Sherwoodand 'p/'iTf'- sT.4

of justice in these United States the President obviously had little idea of Quinton Argo and James Veal I i con, Joe, were visiting Mr.

-: employ tactics straight from the book of what Brownell had jn mind. For obvious I I of Jacksonville visited the Leonard I and Mrs. John McKinney Monday
Joseph R. McCarthy. And employ reasons Mr. Eisenhower avoided openly rebuking -i Normans Sunday. afternoon.Mrs. HEARING AIDS CECIL DOUGLAS, Manager

Senator them, alas, not in the interest of justice but Mr, Brownell, but an implied rebuke. Starling.Mr.Happy. Birthday to Lovena Forest is spending Reynolds this week of Jacksonville with- THIEE GIEAT MOOEISI DELIVERY SERVICE *
obvious when he said he disapproved of
interest of purely, partisan politics.In was her .
in the mother, Mrs. F. T. Abernathy OCR e-CaMdoro .o.
the search for motives of the Attorney making indictments that could not be backedup and Mrs. Raiford Manningand who is sick. $75 We reserve the right to limit quantity

General for his astoundingly serious charges with the evidence.As dinner children guests of of Jacksonville Mr. and were Mrs. There will be an all-day'work- tmGANOVA Prices Good Through Wednesday, November 25PEACHES

depicting a former President of the United a politically ambitious "strategist" :Mr. Leonard Norman and family Sun- I ing at Mount Sinai Cemetery

States as a traitor to his country, it has been Brownell was thinking more of :Mr. Dewey'schances day. December, 3. Everyone interestedis LIBBYS DeLUXE
influencelast in 1956 than he was of "Mr. Eisenhower's invited to come work and bring I
done to
it
assumed by many was I Mr. and Mrs. Berton Cothrithersof tools. PHARMACY 21-2Can
in 1954. In abortive
an
election in Cali- program Jacksonville
week's Congressional were visiting 3Cu
Don't ,forget to go to Churchat
ornia. Perhaps it was but there is also attempt to 'steal the thunder of Joe Mc- friends and relatives Sunday. I the Baptist Church Sunday YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYY
.
reason to think that Mr. Brownell who is Carthy he has jeopardized the Eisenhower Our community was saddened. morning at 11 o'clock. Sunday ,

conceded to be the Republican Party's super program by creating a bitterly partisan atmosphere Sunday morning by the death of -- ,.,0; ". --__ --_ :' _'. JII __l h
strategist for past and forthcoming elections, that might hamper' Eisenhowerfor Aunt Mary Griffis. She was loved -
in view. the rest of his administration.Mr. by everyone. PET LIBBYS 14 OZ.CATSUP.

had Joseph even bigger C, Harsch game, one of the keenest Eisenhower originally viewed: his role m Mrs. J. D. Boone and Mrs. HERB THOMAS RESTAURANT

analysts of the American scene, interprets in the presidency a nonpartisan one. He Maudie Smith and daughter, Shirley MILK I I

i Brownell's blast as an attempt by the Dewey has tried to maintain this position against attended the State Fair m 301 1.2 MICE SOUTH STARKE 301
literally to ever-mounting odds. During the first Jacksonville Saturday. tall for
wing of the Republican Party 3 39c 2 35cI
W. C. Hardee visited
out-McCarthy the McCarthy wing of the months of his administration he enjoyed er-in-law his broth- O Regular Meals Weekly Specials
almost complete immunity from' Demo and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
GOP. Oscar Vansans in Callahan Sun- Fountain Service
cratic attack. His first session of Congresswas
Incredible as this might seem at first

blush, Mr. Harsch has some convincing evi- marked by frequent assertions by Demo- day.Mrs.. E. C. Harvey and children LIBBYS
line of reasoning.It crats that they were giving him more con were in I SPECIALSUNDAY
dence to back up his Jacksonville Saturday.
is generally assumed, he says, that sistent support than Republicans and in The Sidney Starlings moved to' DINNERS CORN BEEF NOSH 29

President Eisenhower does not intend to bea many cases this was true. Heilbronn. Mr. Starling is em- .
candidate to succeed himself in 1956. The But now, thanks to :Mr. Brownell and his ployed at the State Prison at Rai

question of who would follow him as the fitful fling at McCarthyism, the picture has fordThe THOMAS LIBBYS GOLDEN
by entirely changed. As Washington correspondent Homer Smiths are moving
GOP candidate was changed profoundly
Richard Strout ". it will into their new home
the death of Senator Robert A. Taft. "Had says today. CREAM STYLE CORN 19C
the pattern of the first'months of the Eisenhower take the strongest kind of Eisenhower ed Harry to Maxville Padgett and family mov- GARAGE & SERVICE STATION
Senator leadership from here on to save the big legislative Wednesday wherehe
administration persisted,
into the 1956 program he has for the coming sessionof I is employed by the ,St. Marys PITTS
have
Taft would probably gone Kraft Corp. e OPEN 24 HOURS
Republican convention as the strongest Congress. Passage of his program rests Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Austin Lb

single contender and the most likely winner," in the chance of getting full bipartisan sup and: children were visiting Mr. e EXPERT REPAIRS DICED FRUITS 49CI

says Mr. Harsch. In his opinion,the passingof port."At Austin's mother, Mrs. Alice! Aus- WRECKER SERVICE
Taft means that "as of this moment, the the moment, Democrats and Republicans tin, in Daytona Beach. '
contendersfor are at swords point, and the big legislative -
most visible, likely, and probable
the Republican nomination in 1956 are program involving taxes farm problems 'yfyfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTlHEILBRONN PHONE 211.J STARKE, FLA. I SUPER SPECIAL ! RED RIFE

and Senator McCarthy." ; tariffs labor relations, fiscal matters
Governor Dewey ,
Many of the lesser lights of the party are and even foreign' affairs is "likely to be influenced : PUAELAAD TOMATOESLarge
by the bitter battle. -
already lining up behind one or the otherof
these two. As for Mr. Truman we feel that as he by Marian NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.iAt No. 5 jar 59C 10c

And then :Mr. Harsch makes this revealing said on his broadcast,Monday night he is 1
well able to take care of himself. One fair-' WHILE THEY LAST !! CAN LIMIT '4
analysis:
"This is the background against which minded letter writer, however pointed out tending Those from the Ordination this community Service at- FULLY EQUIPPED. -F-
this week that: "In all the furore it wouldbe i
Brownell Jr.
Attorney General Herbert revived last Sunday for H. C.Martin were *
ASK AT OUR CHECK STAND
well to remember that the whole 'firm'
the Harry Dexter White case. Mr. and Mrs. Othma Norman, Doll
"Mr. Brownell managed the two Dewey policy toward the Soviet Union started with Mrs. Henry Martin and children, the most modern and efficient equip Can Get a Baby Gail
Truman. He had been in office only a few Mrs. Carl Brown and children and ment available to the profession is
campaigns for the presidency. Mr. Brownellcame months when an urgent: ,appeal for aid came :Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Norman and used by this funeral home in main
to the Eisenhower Cabinet from, and t Reg. Price 4 [.98 Our Price
children.
from Greece and Turkey which were in dire taining its well known standard, 'of g.98I
on behalf of Governor Dewey. In Washing- danger. The President persuaded Congressto The study course in Stewardship Service,

tort political circles, Mr. Brownell is some- authorize military and economic aid and ended Tuesday night.
times referred to as 'the Ambassador from Mrs. L. G. Norman and daughter -
Albany'. he sent Florida's General Van Fleet to head Linda were accompanied to DeWITT C. JONESPhone ; MY-T-GOOD\ GA.

our military mission in Greece. Because ofTruman's Orlando Sunday by Mr. and Mrs.L. Lb
7 Starke, Fla.Funeral bag'
The effect of the Brownell
political move
action Greece and Turkey were G. Norman. Jr. and Markalee I 'MEAL 5 33C
In the White case was to challenge, on behalfof saved for the side of freedom. Then Truman Norman.
Director Ambulance Service
the Dewey forces Senator MaCarthy'sleading moved to meet the danger of hungry, des- Miss Omega Dukes of Washington -

position in the party up to that perate people in war-ravaged Europe. All D. C., a niece of :Mr. and Our local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences mat
time in,anti-Communism. Employing mili- Mrs. L. H. Futch visited our services.not otherwise available.
this was done over the violent opposition of 5 $ .15
school last BROOM String
this to out Friday.Mr.
tary terminology was a move most Republicans. When Communist 1
,
aggression .
and Mrs. A. D. Normanwere t srrs 'r '
flank and capture Senator McCarthy's near struck in Korea Truman again met business visitors to Gaines t .
monopoly in the party of the antiCommunistcause. the challenge head-on. Future generationswill \ville Monday.Mrs. '" We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and -
accept ANT life Insurance policy In force issued by ANY
.
rejoice that he, not some of his adversaries J. S. Norman and Larry NO. 3 GALVANIZED
"It is to be noted in this connection that was. in the White House in those Reddish are pn the ,sick list this company as payment In part or in full on a funeral. each
Consultation carries no obligation.
Representative Harold H. Velde (R) of years."* week. ., II I I WASH TUBS $2'35.

Illinois, chairman of the House Un-American As one editorial writer expressed it: "The u.AAAAAAAA AAAA I : .
Activities Committee, beat the Senate Mc- ,evils of using anti-Communism for partisan I

Carthy committee to a subpoena of former ''or personal political purposes have rarely PINE Don't Miss Our RED HOT MEAT SPECIALS
LEVELby
President Truman. Mr. Velde is regardedas been better illustrated. The disgust of I ,

a lieutenant in the Dewey-Brownell forces. thoughtful citizens with political abuse of < ..,.... .
"Senator McCarthy's supporters in the'party inquiries is Mrs. II. M. McRaeLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA :\ A :;f. ::: :: : -
rising.
When

have claimed that their candidate is point where the politicians. see it that reaches the people the J.......fl.f,<>t ..:{... <.:.:.:.:...:t H.;. g. .,..::=i (::S @1\\ ) SUPREME Sugar Cured Smoked

the best proven vote-getter in the party for prefer justice and accurate information to Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and t,;; .: .:; .. OLEO HAMS
the Mr. Brownell's of the White headline
party. use hunting and character assassination children of Jacksonville spent Sat-

case was followed by a Republican victoryin another too-long-delayed change will come urday night with the H. M. Mc- Lb
California's 24th District election contest. in Washington."' Raes and left Sunday morning to h rJiteeT' 19c Whole L649c

Thus an argument has been forged for the When all the charges counter-charges visit Mr, and Mrs. Neal Clemons In Yellow Quarters

Dewey-Brownell forces in their contest with and messy political angles have been sifted of Waldo. : F'
the senator from Wisconsin." and Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Martin of ::
:
re-sifted it
is difficult to foresee -
any-
If' Mr. Harsch's analysis of the motives thing constructive coming out of rattling and Starke Mrs.were L. A.dinner Crosby guests Sunday.of Mr. I v :..y..". & ., '.., .,. u BONELESS TENDER

behind Erownell's blast is even partially the bones of a dead man who was never indicted Remember services at Pine __ 0 Lb

correct it must bring a feeling of utter disgust as a spy because a Federal grand jury I Level church next Friday night. RUMP ROAST 59C

to fair-minded persons even in the Attorney did not think the evidence against him sufficiently -.We are always glad to have visitors a y ,

General's own party. Certainly the damaging. No amount of partisan :

method in which Mr. Brownell brought forth argument can ever prove whether Mr. Truman -!I Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and I SUPER SPECIAL WEINERS, BOLOGNA OR SmokedSAUSAGE

his charges lends credence to this view It was right or wrong" in failing to act Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae visi- Lb

has not been customary for State's Attorneys hastily on the same evidence that a grand ,ted Mrs. Lizzie Strickland Mrs. G. 29CTENDER
Cassie
Edwards and Mrs. Mabel
Attorneys General and others interested jury failed to honor. Perhaps Mr. Trumanwas I Sullivan in Starke Sunday, and

solely in serving the ends of justice to incredulous and reluctant to believe, until were glad to find them much improved

bring forth their indictments in the smoke. finally proved that certain of his, associates after long illnesses.Mr. .

filled atmosphere of luncheon clubs. Any in government were Communists or and Mrs. J. L. Stephens of r- PICNIC STYLE

serious-minded official would spurn such Communist sympathizers. If that consti- I Orange Park and daughter Mrs.

grandstand ,tactics, especially when the tutes treachery, then it is a sad day for i,M R. Ziegenfus and son Richardof CUBE STEAK PORK ROASTLb
Lewistown, Pa. visited their
reputation of former American
a president of the justice.
I uncle and aunt, the H. M. Mc-
United States was involved. Brownell's But whether Mr.
Truman Lb :
was right or Raes, and Mr. and Mrs. L. U. 590 39c
motives, like Senator McCarthy's, were wrong in his methods in this instance-and I Morgan in Starve Wednesday of

dearly revealed in his methods. that is now and ever will be a matter of last week. with any 1954 Philco

\0. Likewise it is clearly evident that Mr. personal opinion the fact remains that I I Mrs. H. H. Lewis and Mrs. W.

Brownell was somewhat "less than candid"to Herbert Brownell was wrong in his. He has I C Conner and daughter Yvonne Television Console!

( put it mildly) in getting the consent of done a grave disservice to his party and the ,visited relatives 'at Green Cove g Buy during this 25-year BRISKET Lb
Eisenhower to unearth the Nation I Springs Monday. STEW 1 19C
so-called Harry in lowering the high office of At- I 4 rr f leadership celebration and
Dexter White case. It was painfully evident torney General to the level af McCarthyism. ,. JtoTICE TO APPE.R'a SAVE! Offer includes this
I Circuit Court Bradford ('oaat,
TTTTTT TTTT YYYYYYTYYYY'fMrs. E. J. Yarbrough.Mr. Mrs. L. W. Murphy. {Florida IB Cfca.cry. Philco 4108 with true-to-life LARGE ROE
Charles Cleveland Hamilton. Plaintiff Dimension 21-inch TV
Deep
and Mrs. Harold Brunner Ronald Brunner is at home with vs. Pauline :Marie Hamilton, Lb
STATEFAP! ,and two children. Duke and Reef his parents Mr and Mrs. A. R. Defe Notice'idant.To Appear.To Case No. 10-167 z. h j : picture UHF-VHF plus Built-in Directional Aerial! T FISH 29C
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Brunner
Salem Ill left last Thursdayfor after a two year tour of : Pauline :Marie Hamilton.
&&AAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAA home after a week's visit here duty in Germany. I whose residence and address Is: 23S Wide range of other models.
\\"t IMth street Apartment 4, New
with his parents Air. and Mrs.A. Mr. and Mrs. J. Johnson and York City New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones of R. Brunner. "son. Wendell and grandmother Your are hereby notified that a ,X Small Down

Glen St. Mary spent last Tuesday Mr. and l Mrs. Milo Seigler and Mrs. E. L. Jones of Baldwin snent has suit been for filed Divorce against you In the ji : r PaymentEasy HAMBURGER Lb !
with her sister Mrs. Willie Knight. son. Mike attended the afternoon I I this Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs above named Court and cause and a 39C
you are required to serve a copy of .!
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and performance of the Ringling Bar- Willie Knight.TTTTTTTTTT. your answer or pleading ti the com- <; Terms
Mrs J. B. Caldwell attended the num Bailey Circus in Jacksonville plaint on the Plaintiff Attov
Evan T. Evans, 103 Law
Exchange
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funeral of their cousin Henry B.Saturday.I I Building. Jacksonville. BIG TRADE-INS
Grim in Ocala Sunday afternoon I Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cox of I Florida. g.pr 1
and file the original in the office or
Colonel Mrs.
and M. V. Talbot
Mpnroe, Ga. spent Monday and I the Clerk of the Circuit Court oo TENDER PORK
and Mrs, W. C. Morris from New Monday night with his parents or before the 7 day of December
port Richie spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox. On Tuesday .WHEEL SAFETY said 1933:Complaint otherwise will the be allegations taken of INTB cit ONE
as COn-
Mr and Mrs. Milo Selgler. they visited with Mrs. Cox's I fessed by You. C. H. NASfORTHY%% SIDES RIB

Mrs. Medford Shealy and ,chil- parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M..Brad. This notice shall be publishedonce
each week for foul
dren accompanied by Mrs. Louie i i weeks in the Bradford County consecutive TVleDated Lb 49c Lb t
GENERAL SUPPLIES
ley.Mrs. Sge
Wainwright and children spent See Page Six gl"101>h
Troy Eason and son Ronald this 3 day of November,
last Saturday In Gainesville. US!. 232 E. Call St. Phone 198;.J
of Rocky Mountain, N. C. ar- t t1i
Mr. and Mrs Albert Yarbroughand Starke Tire SalesAAIAAAIAIIAAAAAAAAAAAAAA (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
family of Gainesville spent rived Tuesday for an extended Clerk of the Circuit Cou t. Starke, Florida

Sunday with his parents, :Mr. and visit with her parents, Mr. and By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy 11/6 4t Clerk 11/27 '..,.: .- r""p, -. ,,<


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ties at Stetson College. squad football In Pa- .
Mr and Mrs. James Anders of Thursday night.game ternoon. -- '. .., '. '
Palatka the weekend with. Mrs. Bertha Stokes has gone ".' -# - -, --. -. -"- ---- .... .-- -.
LAWTEY spent :
L. A. :Mott and children
to Dundee to visit her daughterand
relatives in"Lawtey. the weekend in Dunnellon son-in-law, the J. E. Waters.Mr. .
by L. II. FutchA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs Joyce Futch, Mrs. H. B. her mother, Mrs. Rita Brown. and Mrs. T. W.
Arwood, and Miss Elizabeth Ter- Markey 6 DAY
Ward of Lake
Butler spent the weekend in Waycross,
in Jacksonvillelast
ry were shopping .
the weekend
with
the Doyle Ga.ith Mr. and :Mrs. J. M .I
Saturday. ..
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Dukes and Markey, Jr. They were joined
,
daughters. :Mary and Zelda Ann, Danny, Phillips spent the brother week- and Mrs. Harry Bleasdale there by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mar- THANKSGIVINGSALE
with his -
ofL. Jacksonville were calling in end in Gainesville children from Gainesville key of Atlanta, Ga.
and wife.
night of last Leslie Phillips the weekend
Lawtey Thursday with Mr. and
:Mrs. Charlie Roberson, Miss
week. Mrs. J. R. Testone and friends, E. 'Stokes..
Mr.'and Mrs. G. A. McSwaln I Mrs Daniels both of Jackson- Ada Mae Roberson, sister Ada Andersons Mae ,Roberson the B. C.the Fryers Hewlett of !
and sons Donnie and Ronnie, ville were spend the day guestsof Charles Roberson spent the Jacksonville :Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
were in Jacksonville last Saturday Mrs. Paul Dinkins on Monday.Mr. with the Robersons. Bigham. Sr., and Mrs. Bennett
the Brothers and Mrs.'Freeman Starlingand Yes, Folks, 6 Big Sale Days of Fine
attending Ringling .
and Mrs. B. C. Fryer Jr. were Saturday night guests of
circus. son, Bobby, accompanied by. Jax visited Mr. and Mrs. Hew- Mr. and Mrs. Albertus :Miller. Holiday Foods Scores :More Itemson
L. W. Page Jr. who has been !Misses Jackie and Connie Harley in Anderson over the weekend. Mrs. Frank L. Tomlinson was Sale Not Listed in This Ad! Ask
spending a furlough with his parents and Miss Quinell Smith afternoon were here, they went to the foot- taken to the hospital last Friday at Store For Big 4-Page Price List!
Mr. and Mrs. L. W Page, I Jacksonville Saturday also game in Gainesville. morning. Fortunately, she was Prices Good Thru Wed., Nov. 25
to business. They
I Sr.. left Sunday for California I'attending Starling's sister, Mrs. Charles Roberson arrived able to return home Saturday. .,
Junior.has recently returned from. visited Anderson Mrs. Saturday evening. Friday after a trip to St. M. O. 'Harrell attended a district ... c_ '_ ..__ _.,
I Japan and is now reporting'for anew Guy .
T. L. Casey, Sr, board in Gainesville .
Mr. and Mrs. meeting Limit 1 with $5.00 More
assignments I or
Lottie Edwards, Mrs. .
of Aburndale were recent guestsof Tuesday.Mr.
I Miss Debbie Phillips of Max- : Pinholster and Mrs. Dave Food OrderMAXWELL
their son and daughter-in-law, and Mrs. W. E. Bigham
ville spent Armistice Day with Mr. and Mrs..T. L. Casey, Jr. The attended Prayer meeting Sr. of Lakeland are visiting the HOUSECOFFEE
brother, 0. J. Phillips and
ber .
to Hampton Wednesday.
were enroute a Bill
Senior Caseys Bighams.
family. to be spent in Elsie Crews and daughter, Quantity Rights Reserved
vacation holiday
Mrs. Zelma Davis, Mrs. Flora
-
Mrs. LaVon Crosby of, Jack- of Jax are visiting the
arrived for an extended California. Green and Mrs. Sadara Bryant
sonville Sunday W. Barrys.
Friends of Steve Starling, Sr. sisters of Mrs. Hazen,
visit with her parents, Aubrey
James Hamilton of Alach-
will regret to know that he is visited her 1- LB
and Mrs. Bennett Wilkinson.Mrs. Tuesday.A
Mr. was Sunday guest of :Mrs. Eva
Marian Marrs and baby of confined to a Jacksonville hospital.We and daughter, Yvonne. caller at the Russell Green '
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be out and :
he will soon I
Jacksonville spent two days here hope J. Crews and E. T. Stewart home on Saturday was Edward CAN 11
the first of the week with her home again. S I Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Mathe- Barker of Jacksonville. On Sun-
-sister. Mrs. S.A. Hicks, and fami Mr. and,Mrs. Paul Dinkins, at Fort McCoy Sunday. day they entertained Rev. Truby Starke, FloridaThe U
and Freddie
Everett Loadholtz Parrish and Clifford for lunch.In .
ly. Edwards is spending a few. son
Dinkins spent Sunday in Jackson- the Mr. and Mrs. New- .. ...
evening .
Mrs. O. J. Anders, accompaniedby ville guests of Mr. Dinkin's mother with relatives in Tampa. of Baldwin their '- ... ._-- '.- ,,'-= .. : :{
som were guests. -
Mrs. and Mrs. Previs Lewis and
her sister. Jimmy Hogan Mrs. Anne Dinkins, and the Lee .
of Jacksonville spent the weekend Mistru"B" and Mrs. W. D. Grinstead Stanley Green and the Roy
with relatives in Lakeland.Mrs. 'Cotton Miss family.Mary Barnett of Horse- children of Jacksonville visi- Green family visited friends and I Wesson Oil Shortening (Limit 1 with $5 or More Order!)
E L. and son, Joe the Pitt Baxters Sunday af relatives in Palatka Sunday.
Kelley shoe, N. C. spent from Thursdayto LbCan
of New River were visiting rela- Saturday of last week with the REUf"B" SNOWDRIFT 3 19CDIXIE
tives in Lawtey on Monday. Joe C. R. Crews family.'
has* just returned to the States 'S. J. Futch of Jacksonville THUR. & FRI NOVI 26 27 ,
from a period of service in Japan. spent the weekend with 'relatives ,
DARLING
Mr. and Mrs. Othello Dukes of in Lawtey.
Lake Butler.were guests of rela- Mr, and Mrs. Ovid Futch and The

tives last in week.Lawtey Thursday' eveningof guests children of of Mrs.Sebring Futch's were weekend parents, FLORIDA THEATREPROUDLY F FRUIT I CAKE E 2 Lb Size $4.79

Mrs. May and family.
and
Miss Omega Suites of Washington Mr. .
D. C. spent from Thursday I Friends of Ovid will be interestedto : -
to Saturday of last week with know that he is teaching in PRESENTS Vacuum PackedASTOR -
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her uncle and aunt, Mr. and.Mrs. the public schools' in Sebring.Mr.
L. H. Futch. I and Mrs. D. B. Thomas LbCan
Mr. G. W. Roberts accompaniedher motored to Macclenny: Sunday to ROMANTIC ADVENTURE I I CacrEE 1ScI
sister, Mrs. Merrill Struth and take Mr. Thomas's mother, Mrs.
children to Deland last Friday Green, who had been spendingthe ., 1 ii I
where they visited relatives and week here. '
attended the Homecoming activi- T. J. Dukes and Mr. and Mrs.J. rtbfl DIXIE DARLING Extra Fancy

R. Dukes all of Lake Butler ..C.. W v Lbs
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Sina Prescott spent the weekend \ TOM DRAKE'JOHN SUTTON

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Mayor Charles ,R. Shuford has 1JtbOS
t-, about this--question called an election to be held in .
Lawtey on December 8 to elect Are Better Than EverMakeThariksgivfrig

Our store was broken into one mayor one clerk and one aye. SWANSON'S "Ever-Fresh" Mt. Vermont
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rAGE FOUR FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1953
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BPW Members Mission StudyConducted I Birthday Party Bob Kite, Bill and Dot Powell, WOW Delegation of the Starke camp, will serve as
Buddy and Lil Bishop Nina
master of ceremonies.
Attend District MondayBy For. Pam SewellMrs. Bishop Comer Perryman, Monk To Attend MeetingLarge I Following the public ceremony,

Meet At Macclenny! Methodist WSCSMrs. and Thelma Dinkins, James Lewis all Woodmen and their families
1 Doyle Conner and Mrs. Guy and Dot Sale, Leila Mundy, delegations from the will be treated to a chicken supper

Eight members of the Starke R. E. Rutland of Gainesville Cecil Sewell entertained at a Leslie Biggs, Charles Darby, Ver- local WOW and BOW camps will lat the American Legion home in

Business and Professional Wo Secretary of Missionary lovely birthday party Sunday af- non Silcox, Margaret Rose Duncan attend a district ,meeting to be Live Oak at 6 p.m. This will be
men's Club attended A District ternoon from three to five o'clockat Steve and Ruth Simmons, held in Live Oak, Tuesday, Nov. '
Personnel of the Florida Conference followed by the initiation of a
3-4 meeting in Macclenny Sun the Conner home on Church and the Truman Normans ... 24. Max B. Hurt of Omaha, Nebr.,
the Methodist WSCS
of ,
class of members.
r Gladys Mooty street celebrating the second an- Card from Lois (Mrs. A. Z.) vice president of the Woodmen large new
I was guest speaker at the combined
Phone 35 day.At the morning session, held in mission study course and regular niversary of Mrs.: Sewell's daughter Adkins says she expects to<< stay fraternity, will attend and assistin I

..J the Macclenny club house a business meeting held Monday Pam.A with the Popes in Norfolk until dedicating a 51-foot flag pole Recent BirthMr.
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-- work shop on program coordination morning at 10 o'clock in the educational pink and white color scheme after Thanksgiving .. at present and an appropriate U. S. flag on
Woman's Club Plans Scholl, Mrs. :Maxie Carter, Mrs.I was given by Mimi Southwickof building.The was carried QUt in the flowers she's spending a few days with a the Suwannee County courthouselawn and Mrs. Colley Underhill

: Ewell Lawson, and :Mrs. .Dave Lake Worth, first vicepresident theme of the course, "The and decorations. In the dining friend in Rocky Mount .. Jack at 4 p.m. announce the birth of a'daughter,

Christmas Tea Paulk. Miss Clara Leaman gavea of the Florida Federation of Life and Task of the Church room pink and white streamersfell Abel is due in any minute now J. W. Yeoman, manager of the Dotty Sue, in the Orange Park

LuncheonMrs. report on the District meeting BPW Clubs.Luncheon. Around the World" was primarily from the chandelier to the from New Jersey. May be here Lake City district and secretary hospital on Nov. 7.SPECIAL.
And which held in Green Cove already, but I haven't seen him
was was served in the based on the book 'That the table, carrying out the Merry-Go-
Springs last week. Woman's Club building and a de- World May Know" by C. W. Ran 'Round theme. A gaily embossed yet ... Hear that Adele Scholl has

the.Florida Walter Federation S. Jones, presidentof of Wom },Irl,. F. B. Beard opened the lightful organ recital was given son. Mrs. Rutland held her birthday cake centered the dining just pledged Zeta Tau Alpha at -.... -- '.-_. -- .
the ...
U of F
en's Clubs will be the honored meeting with a spiritual devotionon by 'Mrs. Eloise Milton of Mac listeners fascinated as she reviewed room table, flanked by pink tap-
the Armistice and Thanks Don't forget, the paper comes
Day clenny.A ers. Mr. Sewell took moving pictures I
the club's Christmas tea the book of this noted mis-
guest at giving theme. Mrs. M. W. Cress er, out one day early next week on
in December, It was announcedat skit called "Budgeting Your sionary from Ireland. of his daughter and guests I
education account of
Thanksgiving, be
chairman so
cen
program Time, Talents and Money" Mrs. while
monthly meeting was Rutland spoke of a disillusioned they were playing games
the regular
sure to get your news in not
around National
tered the
program given by Della Mildred and
Woman's Club! Wednesday Rosenberg; world, a world in which opening presents.
of the later than Tuesday morning ..
Education Week and Armistice
Doyle and Desta Dyal of the the foundations shaken *
are being
afternoon of last week.Mt1. ; Assisting Mrs Sewell and Mrs.
Day. She introduced Mortin Al- Starke Club.It but she stressed the face that thereare -Carolyn Fri.
Conner in caring for the 25 guests Sat.
Jflnctfd Mon.-Only
JsW. business, president pren who led a panel discussionon was announced that the third things that cannot be shaken and serving were Mrs. Ovid Bennett ,
presided.at the meetingand extra-curricular activities. District meeting will be held in and gave vivid illustrations to Mrs. Lucian Conner, Mrs. Florida To Bring

-announced that a luncheonwill Those taking part were Norma' Fernandina on Sunday, Jan. 31, prove her point. She presenteda Glenn Conner and Mrs. Frazier Martin And Lewis
be given at the Officer's Club Gonzalez, Archie Carmichael Bar- ;
with the Callahan club as co dramatic picture of the need for Shaw. Ladies WoolSWEATERS
Wednesday noon, Dec 9 honoring bara McComb, Yvonne Harrell hostess. A workshop will be given missionary work today. Also 'Sangaree'

Mra..Jones, preceding the regular and Marion Harrington. Mrs. by Edna Van Acker and guest Mrs. T. H. Slade secretary of 'R
December meeting and tea, and Geraldine Silva, at the piano, ac- speaker will be Betty Lee Koltzof missionary education, had chargeof Woodman Circle "The Caddy", latest comedy % !
all members of the club are urgedto companied ten students in a Miami. the study course and introducedthe offering of Dean Martin and Jerry '
attend both the luncheon and chorus of "School Days". Door prizes were given by the speaker. I The installation of Woodman Lewis, comes to the Florida ,'
tea. Reservations for the luncheon The club house gaily decorated Circle offices will be held Tues ,. ,
was Macclenny club. Margaret Miller, Following the covered dish Theatre this Sunday and Monday ; .
may be made by calling Mrs. for the meeting with ped- Edna Stone. Mildred Doyle, Mildred luncheon, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, day evening, at 7:30 o'clock in Because Jerry, the better golferof N 'W' q 1 .' \
Kincaid not later than :Monday, estal baskets of gold magnolia Sapp, Pat Lambe, Della president of the society, presidedover St. Edward's Hall. the two goes to pieces when 49 : ; \1. ?"
Dec.: 7. Also, during the meetingit leaves and mums and pumpkin Rosenberg, and Desta Dyal attended a brief business meeting.Mrs. Members of the Gainesville shooting before crowds, he teaches : ;:f'
was voted to give $25 to. the shells filled with pompoms shad- the meeting. Mrs. Pansy J. R. Wainwright had Grove will serve as installing of Dean what he knows of the game :::2

Emergency Fund. New members ing from yellow to bronze on the Quigley of Green Cove, Springs, charge of the devotional using as ficers. Supper will be served following and becomes his caddy, never
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voted'into the club were :Mrs. L. speakers table and other vantage who is a member of the local her topic, "Faith of Our Fathers". installation.All taking credit for his vital con- -

N. Pickering, Mrs. Lucian Hazen, points. club, and her guest, Mrs. Dorothy The meeting was closed with members are urged to at- tribution. In no time at all, Dean

:Mrs. Frazier Shaw, rMrs. C. L. Forty members and three visitors Milberger of Penney Farms whois prayer by Mrs. T. G. Mitchell.It tend. becomes a top golfer and at the :' ." ,\ U
enjoyed this outstanding meetingand a member of the Key West same time acquires a swell head. J7'

program. Russian Tea, sand- Club, also attended. .. ----., This leads to a falling out between 1 Ladies Nylon
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wiches and cake were served at Members of all nine clubs in Dean and Jerry which is not resolved <: "' \
the conclusion of the program. Districts 3 and 4 were present at until the final scene.

Hostesses for the afternoonwere this meeting. Supporting Dean and Jerry in <( 4. Mrs. G. J. McGriff, Mrs. M. the uproarious proceedings are

W. Cressler, Mrs. James Lewis, BPW Members Plan I Donna Drake and Barbara Bates.
p" Mrs. E. K. Perryman and :MrS.f W. I -. Colonial America in the post- 'I $3.98 Val.
H. Nollman. *'* b..... Christmas Party Revolutionary War period has '., : 99
won't be the football they have moved into the .
; .. games been PastelColors
: Christmas brought to life in "Sangaree" -
THEBROWN ,:. party plans were alone that will be taking folks out house formerly occupied by the '
to
coming the
Winsome Class when Florida screen
made
Monday evening the of ,town this 'weekend today, Martin Lands, who moved to V
Starke B. P. W. Club held its and Montgomery, Ala. ... never sawa Thursday and Friday, Nov. 26, 27. '
DERBYRESTAURANT Met Monday the hunting season opens Sizes JIIf"
November in Based on the best-seiling novel
meeting St. Edward'sHall.
house fast that of
quite a gang is heading for the go up so as
Dr. 3440
by Frank
Slaughter of Jack
The Winsome class of the Baptist Scrub among those going downare Hugh and Betty Ingram's out on
''church held their monthly A report was given by Margaret Frank Landrum, Kenneth the Raiford Highway, next to sonville, "Sangaree" takes place in
the Miller on the District meeting in ; B. the Don Pages by the and about the city of Savannah,Ga.
meeting Monday evening in Starling, Quiatin Fillingim, T. way
Regular.Meals educational building. Macclenny on Sunday. Yearbookswere Thomas, Alma'and Lavern Outlaw, Grace and Don moved into their during a period of seething un
distributed by the chairman, rest. It is a story of intrigue and
At Popular Prices Mrs. Harry Hatcher, Jr., presi- Selita and D. L. Thomas, Bill :lovely new home last weekend
dent, presided the meetingat Madge Middleton.It Powell (of Kingsley Lake), Wally ''I don't think I ever put !In the paper passion enacted against a lush All Ladies Long.COATS
over background of willows
was decided to hold a special weeping
that Coach J. C. Hobbs family
time committee. reportswere Salano, Jewett Fogg, Pat
which meeting within the next ten days moved into th'. ,and magnolias.
Catering Mrs. R. A. Colson gave Schenck, Monk Dinkins, Dr. M. B. have recently
given.
the devotional. .to .have the drawing for which Herlong, Dot and Bill Powell, Lit Walker house on Church streeC Arlene Dahl is seen as the proud .
Banquets and i the club has been distributingtickets. and Buddy Bishop Billy and Eli and that Mr. and Mrs John mistress of one of the largest estates ? U
Following the meeting, a surprise :- zabeth Noegel, Stanley and Jewell Rasmussen have bought the house in the South, "Sangaree", r 4t r
.Wedding Receptions stork shower was given' by December' hostesses, Marie Noegel, Jesse Smith, Thelma and the Hobbs vacated on Washington and the plot revolves around her:

the class honoring Mrs. J. E. Har- Houpt, Margaret Miller, Pat Red Alvarez, Herb and Peg street .. looks like Thelma conflict with Fernando Lamas, 540.00 ,
dy. Two games were played and Lamb and Pauline Torode, decided Thomas, Bill and Alyce Graham, and Clayton Wise will be movinginto who has been named administratorof
t STEAKS prizes were awarded to Mrs., Nat after discussion to.have the club John Torode, and several other their new home in Pinehurst her father's wilL Lamas begins

SEA FOODS 4 Dankel and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Christmas party at the Houpt business men who don't want their sub. any day now. by opposing Miss Dahl and ends

Jr. Delicious refreshments were,' home* at 8 'p.m. Monday, Dec. 14. customers, clients, bosses and'or June Caldwell Edwards got the by falling victim to her charms. Values up to $32.95 I
CHICKEN DINNERS served. ''will be and box
Gifts exchanged a wives to know where they are so surprise of her life last Saturdaywhen The advent of the plague in Savannah -
HOMEMADE, PIES PhiTh6 of gifts wilt .be sent to the girlin don't want their names on this she received 50 Sweetheartroses and. its attendant threatto

FRESH VEGETABLESBob Beta Sigma the Ocala,.Industrial School list! from, husband Lt. Bill Edwards all brings the drama into sharp .

Beta Sigma Phi sororitywill whom the local club is sponsoring. Hope I' get.'to' ,see 1BHS-GCS ,who, is stationed in Korea focus, offering climax packed One Group' ie8. ., '-
Guests were Mrs. Dorothy Mil .49
and Larkin Weeks hold its bimonthly meeting game tonight when. JoAnn Smith, on their first wedding anniversary with action and 'excitement.
berger of Penney Farms, a member -
Monday evening at 8 o'clock at head majorette, will put on a ... P. D. and Ruth Reddish got a
of the Key West club and Mrs. LOAFERSValues
:Managers the home of Grace Page with Susan Bates of Starke who be- novel demonstration by twirlingfire letter from son, Dolph who is Homemakers MeetThe
Theda Montgomery as cohostess.ART'S club. batons saw her practicingIn stationed in Greenland, where its *
longs to the St. Petersburg
the yard t'other night and it now 26 below zero, that he will Future Homemakers of up to $5.95
Margaret Miller presented a pro- was quite a spectacle also be home Dec. 10 ... see Leslie .f .
on the Equal Rights Amend America held their regular meet-
gram don't want to miss the Tornado Griffis is home on ten day leave '- .
.RADIO ment and a round table discussionwas Whirls at the B.H.S. stadium from Fort Jackson, S. C. .. hear ing Tuesday night and plans were
TV SERVICE held by those, present. made to attend the Third District ,
And Tuesday night 'twill be a pep that Christine Lawson will be
3 Hostesses Madge Middleton and rally before.the homecoming game clerking in Ducky's from now until meeting in Gainesville on Nov. 21. ROBB'IN S- "The Storeof

Gladys Green served delicious refreshments Wednesday Xmas .. have you seen Mag- Committee members were appointed I
RADIUS after the ad- Values"THIS .
RECORD PLAYERS meeting
TELEVISIONS Was happy to get word of the gie Miller's new look? she sure for the, program and scrapbook -
RECORDERS INTERCOMS AND P.A. SYSTEMS journed. marriage of Estelle Kendrick is smart in ther new hair-do ... .

I Black former resident, to RobertS. took the bag of shorn locks, which projects and new memberswere i .. ,. '
All Makes Repaired and InstalledWith Garden Club Hults wedding took placeat hung down the middle of her back, initiated. '" '- -_. ... -- -- I
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Technicians the home of home husband, in he blew
Quality Parts by Factory Trained Will Hear Talk Estelle's sister, to case
Mrs. W. S. Gibson in Goldsboro, his top about her getting her
GUARANTEED PARTS AND SERVICE On Yule DecoratingMrs. N. C. on Oct. 24 .'. for those hair cut. !

CALL 203 OR 229 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. Frank Strozier of Gaines- who'd like to write Estelle, her Hear that the radio station in JHOLIDA'Y :I II
address is 106 N. Herman St. Milledgeville. dedicated the SPECIAL 1
ville will be the guest speaker at Goldsboro, N. C., where they are song "The Bugler's Waltz" to I
the Starke Garden Club's monthly making their home at
congratsto Butch Smith, who is bugler
meeting Monday evening at Dr. and Mrs. Lemuel Colson G. M. C. (Ga. Military College) ,
7:45: o'clock at the Parish Houseon I who celebrated their local
E 45th wedding quite an honor for our boy
STARKE Church street. anniversary Wednesday of last have you seen Eva Stump's LADIES g
Mrs. Strozier will give a talk week to brighten their day they "Friendship Garden" lately? Its 1

and demonstration on how to,. received a call from their son just bubbling over with lovely

RADIOS TV SERVICE I II make Christmas decorations. There'' Billy who is in Tucson. Ariz. anda yellow pompoms glad to hear have YOU'heard about <<
will be no business session at this call from their daughter, Mar- that Larry Reddish, 6 year old .
meeting and the program will be- iorie Wilt of East Orange, N. J. son of the George Reddishes of ,

I Reasonable Guaranteed Service gin promptly at 7:45. The business Their son, Lemuel, Jr. and familyof Heilbronn Springs, is expected
meeting will be held the Panama City spent the week- home soon after being confinedin {\ NEW i1

On All Makes Radios TV following Monday, Nov. 30; the end with them. the Alachua hospital for the 000 1
or place and time to be announced AUTOMATIC .
Little Larry Linsin had a narrow past three weeks where he under- ; ,
later.Members escape.Tuesday noon of last went two operations and was in
IF YOUR RADIO OR TV SET IS are asked to make and week when he was hit and dragged critical 'condition for awhile ,

NOT GIVING YOU bring to this meeting pot holders, about 15 feet by a car in sorry to hear that Mike Sheppardis MAGIC CHEF
guest towels aprons -or plants to front of the school his arm got confined with chicken pox ... -
SATISFACTIONCaH be sold for the Garden Club Li- caught in the bumper of the car Birthdays are being celebratedthis J

brary Fund. which held him up until the car week by Alma Outlaw, Nov. !

198-W At Once Mrs. J. D. Doyle is taking orders stopped was just a miracle,that 14, B. T. Thomas, Nov. 16, Mary .
j for all varieties of rose bushes. he got by with minor abrasions and Ann Long was nine years old on RANGE '

Hostesses for the evening will bruises and on Friday little Nov. 11, David Paul Howe was 26-P
be: Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Mrs. O. Kathy Struth ran into Paterson J MODEL ,
223 E. Call Street Next Door To Nasworthy's a car in one on Nov. 13 Linda :
L. Beasley, Mrs. H. B. Peyton, front of the school her Mom celebrated her 3rd birthday Nov.

Mrs. McCoy Lewis, Mrs. E. A. had just let her out of the car' 14 with a party, Pam Sewell 'was

Winkler and Mrs. Dolvin Foreman. and Kathy looked in one direction two on Nov. 15, Buddy Garbethwill I COMPLETELY I

before crossing but not the other be four on Nov. 20, Paul
\VMU MeetingThe and ran right into a car she Kaufman will be five years old on S
_.] I ;'r9 also received minor scratches and Nov. 21 and Charolette Hazelwoodwas ,. INSTALLED <<

regular business, program, bruises and on Thursday nightof : five on Nov. 18 Marilyn
__ and luncheon meeting of the last week Charlie Oakes was Hernwall celebrated her ninth $

Baptist W. M. U. was held Tues- involved ina. car accident near birthday with a classroom party onlyThis f

day at the Educational building. Jasper which completely demolished Wednesday .. 1 60
During the business meeting it his car, but he got by with noinjuries Among those attending the U.

r I was decided that each circle would ... > I I of F.-Tenn, game last Saturdaywere

send a box of food and clothingto Hear that Denver Devrick was : Everett McKinney, Connie I' ,
This beautiful Magic Chef
Korea for Christmas. in Orlando :Monday to Wednesday Knight, Sonny and Millie Haynes gas range !
attending the State Implement June Patel and Gene Frogge, I {\ is specially priced during our Holiday fJ

Recent BirthsMr. Dealers convention Harold Jewett and Dee Fogg, Jerry and I iJ Special. It brings you top performance
A Home Movie Outfit for
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1. .,: and Patsy Kelly of Huntington Ovid Bennett, Gene Shaw, Herlongand plus long-lasting dependablili- '
Never.T o-Be-ForgoUen, and Mrs. William O. Can- Claude {\ YOUR OLD RANGE
( I W. Va. are now employed at the Norma Jean Adams ty. It has so many exclusive features. PLUS n
Christmas Joys non announced the birth of a {Farm, Home & Auto Retail store and Adelaide Crowson, Louise and iJ such the Red Wheel heat
The finest gift you could .: daughter, Mary Anne, on Oct. 30 I as oven AS DOWN, PAYMENT:
.. possibly give.An 8 or 16 mm ( in St. Vincent's Hospital. regulator-the one-piece top burner
movie camera that will keep .: units-large fully insulated oven Payments as low as $6.93 per month I

a living record of all your .) Rev. and Mrs. W. S. McAliley $ Swing Out-Broiler plus many '

M ones Are happy moments together. .\ announce the birth of a daughter. 7. UP others. See this and other MAGIC One Tank Gas FREE
And a sound or silent projector *: .1 Ruth Kittrell on November 18 (\ !J
to show home movies -i Hospital. MpNEYTO CHIJF specials today.
in the Alachua General
or Hollywood productions. TOI" iJ
Not Expensive Exciting Entertaining .
.. A real-life family album LOAN
that you will all treasure, FILL DIRTGOOD J
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Mrs. C. C./Meador -and.daughter Sheriff.'and Mrs. Bill Joyce of Mrs. L. W. Hieatt has returnedto In re: Estate of Walter Niedelman, I read aloud.

Miss Gloria Johns, spent Tallahassee and :Mr. and Mrs. her home in Fairborn, Ohio aft- Tu All Deceased.Creditor and Person Having The City reserves the right to I cause Bradford therein Investment pending Corporation wherein a
Thursday of last week with :Mr. Stanley Noegel of Starke returned er being called here by the illnessof Claim or Dt'IIUIDdaIal.... accept CITY or OF reject STARKE any or FLORIDA all bids. corporation organized and existing
and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. The Grif- home Wednesday after a ten-day her mother, Mrs. Pauline To- Said Estates Ey Carl Johns. City Clerk. I under, the laws of the State of FlorIda
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You and each of you are hereby plaintiff and Josephine Bassis
fins also had as weekend guests, business trip to Canon City, Colo. rode. Friends of Mrs. Torode will notified and required to present any 11/20 3t 12/4 I defendant, I, Mack S. Futch a*
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Mr. and Mrs. L. EL Jordon of Miss Margaret Rose Duncan be glad to know that she is'back claim, and demands which you. or Special Blaster in Chancery will
either of you may have against the In The Circuit Court of Florida offer for sale and will sell at pub-
Ovieda. spent the weekend with her cousin, from the hospital and her conditionis Eighth lic to the
SIN estate of Walter Xiedelmaa deceased Judicial Cirrait In and for outcry highest and best
THE NEWS Mrs. Carrie Ritch returned home .Miss[ Sue Duncan in Gainesvilleand much improved. late of said County, to the Bradford Cvaatr.. bidder for cash in front Of the East
County Judge of Bradford County Bradford Investment Corporation, door of the court house Of LTad-
the
attended football
-- last week after two weeks visit game. Florida at his office in the a corporation organized and ford County, Florida in Starke,
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in Hialeah with Mr. and Mrs. N. T. lone Mizell of Jacksonville Is NOTICE, TO APPEAR house of said County at Bradford under the laws of the State of Flor- Florida, on Monday December 14th
" Paul Knight arrived home Mr. and Mrs. Sd Shuford, Mr. Ritch and family. making her home with her brother I. Clrealt Court Bradford Florida, within eight calendar ida Plaintiff, vs. Josephine Bass, 1953. between the legal hours of
Commit months from the time of the first Defendant. sale the following described real
Thursday after spending two and Mrs. Ben Felt and Mr. and' Mrs. Dorothy Ford and daughter and sister-in-law, Mr. and }{rs.Ben' Florida In Chancery. publication of this notice. Each NOTICE, .oF SPECIAL MISTER'S property situated. lying and being
years in Munich, Germany as Mrs. Jack Hal went on a week- Suzanne, and Jack Waters at- Mizell. Henry Marrietta Grady Moore Moore., Defendant.Plaintiff TS. claim or demand shall be in writing S.UE. in Bradford County, Florida, to-wit

Radio Producer and Director. Mr end fishing trip at Demory Hill. tended the circus In Jacksonvilleon Mrs. Vernon Silcox and Mrs. H. Case No. 10-191 residence, and and shall post state office the address place of of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to Lots certain 3 and 4 of Block 19 of that
subdivision
Knight spent October touring Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickerirg Saturday.Mr. H. Adams were in Jacksonvilleon Notlee To Appear.To the claimant and shall be sworn to whom it may concern that under and described as North known Reno and in
: Marrietta Moore, whose resi- by virtue of that certain final decree
Europe, having, visited many returned home last Friday aftera and Mrs. Hogan Smith hadas Tuesday. dence and address is: Unknown. any by the such claimant claim ,or her demand attorney not and I of foreclosure and sale entered -- Bradford County Florida.
places of interest, among them two weeks trip through Louisan- guests last week Mr. and Mrs. Hunting Jackets and boots at You are hereby notified that a filed shall be void. so in the Circuit Court of the Eighth lUck S. Futch.
suit
for Divorce has been filed Judicial Circuit of Florida on the Special Master.
Copenhagen, Denmark, Paris, na, Mississippi and. Arkansas C. E. Reid of Atlanta and Mr. Alvarez Store against you in the above named Flora Niedelman. As admini- 12th day of November 1953. in a 11/20 4t 12/11 ,
Amsterdam friends and relatives. Court and cause and you are required strator of the Estate of Ai
France, Genva, Italy, visiting and Mrs. J. W. Ainslide of Madi- Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith and
to serve a copy of your an- executor of the Last Will and --- --
Holland and other points of interest Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Yawn, Jr. son, Ga. The Smiths also had as family will spend the weekend in swer or pleading to the complaint Testament of Walter Niedel-
.. 'He will spend some time and children and Miss Frances Thomas Bunnell visiting relatives while on the Plaintiffs Attorney man, deceased.
last Friday guest, Mrs. Evan T. Evans. 103 Law Exchange First publication November 20,
In Starke before returning to the Caldwell of the State Farm at- Oldham of Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. Smith goes hunting. Building, Jacksonville, 953- 11/20 It 12/11 Truly Expert
National Broadcasting Co. in tended the circus in Jacksonvilleon and ).m. Carl LaMar Johns .Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Colson, Jr. Florida. Til H
and file
the original in the office of
New-York City. Saturday. and baby Dale, of Gainesville are and son, Jimmy, of Panama City the Clerk of the Circuit Court on CALL FOR BIDS
Mr; and Mrs. W. H. Nollman i Get Your Hallmark Christmas spending this week with Mr. and spent the weekend with Dr. and or before the Cut opening in front of present I Radio And I V
Cards While Selection 21 day of December. 1953: body mounted on one 1946 Ford
Is
CompleteAt
In Jacksonville today.visitingMr. i ]oris. Lemuel Colson who celebrated -
are Mrs. Carl Johns. otherwise the allegations ,of sala Truck, Model No. 9JT-998018. and
and Mrs. Crosby IL Dawkins. Bullington Studio & Gift Shop. Mrs. Emma Shaw and son, their forty-fifth wedding an- Complaint will be taken as con- box In to clear winch. Remove SERVICEALL
Mrs: and Mrs. Foster Slit Smith Mr. and'Mrs. ..A..F. Sauls spent Robert of Jacksonville were visit- niversary Wednesday of last week. fessed by you. body from chassis, take subframeout
This notice shall be publishedonce from under it, reinforce rear
and 'family and Mr. and Mrs the weekend in''' Lake City visitingMrs. ing Mr. and Mrs,Frazier Shaw on ,Mrs. Selma Brunson and chil each week for four consecutive end and install skid rail and derrickand
Hogan Smith and family were In Myrtice Hawthorne who was Sunday.Mr. ? dren, Jane and Johnny, returnedto weeks in the Bradford County Tele reinstall on chassis. Also Install ALL MAKES MODELS
graph. derrick anchor, installation
Hawthorne on Sunday. attendinga celebrating her 79th birthday an- I and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson their home in Orangeburg, S. Dated this 13 day of November, '''I include the following items: to I
family reunion.. niversary.Mrs. and family of Panama City were C. on Saturday after spending 1953. One 20.000 lb. winch Installedtwo FREE ESTIMATES .. CALL 239]
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby and one drive.
Marion Howe, C. of C. I
Sunday guests of Mr., and. Mrs. several days with Mr. and Mrs. Clerk of the Circuit Court One derrick to set 45 ft, poles.
secretary, and Mrs. Louise Wilson George Huggins. W. E. Thornton. The Thorntons By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. One skid rail heavy duty i, 9 Most Experienced 9 Finest Equipped
were in St. Petersburg Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. 11/20 4t 12/11 Derrick anchor and Jacks In- i
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Colsen and also had as guests, stalled.
Tuesday attending the state son. Billy, spent weekend. In Jack McIntyre and children of Truck that installation is to be Satisfaction Guaranteed
Chamber of Commerce convention.O. Lucille Auburndale.Mrs. NOTICE made on can be inspected at City

/ E. Stansbury, who is still a I Colsen.Callahan visiting Mrs. V. S. St. John spent several lumber Invitation hardware for bids.roofing Material., millwork Light Florida.and Water Plant in Starke, Chas. C.

.WHEEL SAFETY patient in St. Vincent's Hospital, i Miss Hildabelle Bence of Jack- days last week with Mr. and Mrs. concrete, reinforcing steel, Sealed bids will be received by: Shepherd
is improved.Mr. electrical plumbing for constructing the City Council of the City of
slightly Jacksonville.Mr.
sonville was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Richard St.John in building approximately 76 ft. z Starke at the City Hall in Starke I Radio TV Sales & Service Seat Covers*
and Mrs. E. L. Matthewsand Joe Hoover on Tuesday.Mrs. and Mrs. Willard Warren of 122 ft., shed Unit No.2, Erooker I:, Florida, until 7:30 o'clock P M on I
daughters attended the circus Miami spent several days last State Farmers Market, Brooker, Tuesday, December 15, A.D.. 1953, PHONE 239 STARKE, FLA.
Gainesvillewas
R. J. Davis of Florida. For details write StateFarmers' at which time and place all bidsecehed .
See Page Six in Jacksonville Saturday after- visiting friends here Monday.Mr. week with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Markets, Box 1191 Win- I will be publicly opened and '- : .' ;: <-."','-': .:. : .: '. :..:..- ::>.::-.:-- :;.:: :...;:.", ;:. ,, :, :,: ,... .

noon.Mr. and Mrs.. Ed Prevatt cele- Quick, Sr. Mrs. Anna Warren of ter Haven. Florida. Phone 3666.
and Mrs. X. M. Smith and weekend 11/20 2t 11/27
the
anni- Jacksonville was
27th wedding
their
Tire Sales brated
Starke
family spent the weekend at Salt on Sunday .and had as guest of her niece, Mrs. Clark. i NOTICE TO CREDITORS
versary (1033 Probate Art, .SeoK. 11H. 120)
Springs. W. Haile of
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
guests at a family ,reunion In The Court Of The County Judge,
Paul Shields and children of Wal- Miami were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bradford County, Florida. 'COSMETIC

do, and Mr. and Mrs. Luther W. G. Haile over the weekend. In Probate. -

Lennon, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mrs. T. C. Chastain of Hampton -

Packham and family, all of Mrs. R. O. Wilson and Mrs.

1 Jacksonville. Wesley Andrews of Starke attended 'A
Friends of Mrs. Lettie Stilley the district Woodman Circle F W"STARKE m:

will be happy to know that she convention in Live Oak Thursdayof rli. .FL-: '
Service from her last week. #si
4 Dedicated To Community is very much improved
"Movie Are Better Than 'Ever" attack of virus. Mrs. Mayme Toomey has returned -
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews home from Maywood, UL aftera Fri., Sat. Nov. 20, 21

If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad I and Mr. and Mrs. RUSJ were in visit with her mother, Mrs. Earl DOUBLE FEATURE

cut *A ont and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS I I Bradenton on Wednesday and Kerr and family. I Road To BaliIN 1 x a'iii
-- -
Thursday on business.Mrs. Friends of Rev. S. J. Grady will
Tues.. Wed. Nov. 24. 25 Miriam Kicklitej and be glad to know that he will be TECHNICOLOR
Nove. 21ONLY, With Bing Crosby, Bob Hope,
Sat. daughter, Dorothy Claire, were discharged soon from the hospitalat
of Pines where he has been AND -- e
FEATURE Sunday evening dinner guests Bay :
DOUBLE
BIG
sicrLr Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman. under the doctor's care since May And Dorothy Lamour

Hunting pants and caps at 13. He' wishes to thank all who Apache CountryWith

SANTA FESTAMPEDE Alvarez Store. sent him cards and letters during Gene Autry c
r Delano Thomas a freshman at that time.
Plus Serial "Lost Planet" and
'Stetson, was home for the week- Miss Marjorie Hewell of Den-

"Mouse Menace" Cartoon, end with his parents, Mr and Mrs. ver, Colo. is the guest of her niece, Cartoon

With John Wayne Latest World News and "First A. J. Thomas, Sr., Mrs. L. H. Jennings.Mr. OF DISTINCTION FROM KOCH'SMax

Hundred Years" SPECIAL Mr. and Mrs. Riley Wasdin and Mrs. R. F. Tarbell of Sun., Mon. Nov. 22, 23

ANDDANGER I visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wasdinin Daytona Beach spent.the weekend Affairs With A .... .

JOE GRIFFIS, SR. Waldo on Sunday.Mr. at the home of Mrs. Tarbefl's par- Sortilege
ZONE and Mrs. Jerry Gay spent ents, Mr. and Mrs.. Corley Johns. StrangerWith Factor Ravlon

Thur., Fri. Nov. 26, 27 the weekend in Gainesville visiting Mrs.' Annie Mae Saunders, :Mrs.I! Victor filature and Jean ,

Neal and BlakePIWI We Proudly Announce i Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Gay. Geneva Solana, and Mrs. Mamie Simmons ByStork .
Kite Mr. and
visited
Mrs. J. R.
t 4 I Johns visited Mrs. Dorothy Lee Plus News and Cartoon
Plus "Log Rollers" 'Cartoon and IN 3-D Mrs. D. W. Dollar and other .
Smith.in Jasper Tuesday. Club
Chapter "Radar Man fromMen" relatives in Cairo, Ga.'on Tuesdayand
No 4
ONLY
'. Tues., Nov. 24 -
Show l\l'rjijJlfgular{ Prices Wednesday.: J ... TTTY VTTTTVTTTT T TT T Yardley Tabu1:
P t. t Plus 15c for Viewers Miss Mamie jlnderSon"l.irs.; : P, WHERE TRAINING AND The. Thief. 'Of ; n ,.
: "! -
PlnsCartoonROMANTIC, R Stone and Mrs. G. W. Allen and
VeniceWith -
.4 EDWARD BURNS children of Archer were Sunday: EXPERIENCE COUNT S "iC
Quests of Mr. and .Mrs.. E. M. Maria Montez and Paul : :)
ADVENTURE! If yon need a truss or surgica Christian GemeyBy t

un.. Mon. Nov. 22, 23U Davis. support, you cannot afford U Sea Forth Elmo'
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs visi- PLUS
take a chance with health .
your .
,
SANGAREE '
ted Mr. and Mrs. Lavon* Alvarez STAGE SHOW
'
by being improperly fitted. -
in Lakeland on Sunday .
o EA IN COLO* ITTECHNICOLOR Mr. and Mrs. Martin Land and Here at Canova Prescription 2 PERFORMANCES 2 Hudont.

sons moved to Montgomery, Ala. Center, we have trained teennidaas 4:25 P3L and 9 P.M. Old .

RaM on Saturday. both male and femaleto Adm. Children 25c Adults 50c I Spice .

I lAIIUUln'MEDINA ... Order Your Photographic Christ- serve you.Remember Plus News and Cartoon''

mas Cards Now. Bullington Studio health and Elizabeth ,
;Mt aRt &: Gift Shop yom Wed.; Thur. Nov. 25, 26
comfort depend
on expert
ARLENE Mr. and Mrs. Howard Triplettand DOUBLE FEATURE Coty .

hsaao nt Pid.tI children and Rev. George Below The SaharaIN Arden.
DAHL
fitting.CANOVA
I Payne of Anniston Ala. are TECHNICOLOR
', guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. ,
I
FERNANDO)
k? Alton Dobbs. AND -

LAMAS Mrs. Merrill Struth and son' PRESCRIPTION PHONE 4202 CENTEI Destination BobiIN LARGE SELECTION OF KIDME11CSLentheric

.ut.m Roddy, and daughters Kathy and TECHNICOLORWith
"Firefly":' Cartoon and Latest Vicky, and Mrs. George Robertsof (Near Hospital) Richard Widmark

World News. FRANCIS SULLIVAN CHARLES KORYlft Lawtey spent the weekend in Gainesville, Fla.
I 1QM! DRJIiE JOHN SUTTONSANTA Deland attending the Homecoming Plus Latest World News .
-- festivities. &......................( ".

Rev. and Mrs. C. N. Carter of tsL '" y

r Penney Farms were Friday eve- x &

ning Saunders.guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray PARK THEATRETUESDAY ,


Mr. and Mrs. James T. Mootyof

Deland were visiting Mr. and

a Mrs. Harry Mooty on Saturday NOV. 24 Come In Today And Choose Christmas Gifts Fore

Mrs. M. F. Hazen and Mrs. V.
I *
V. Hazen and son, Jimmy and ,.
daughter, Marcia Kay, and Mar- .t .1 fI Youngster From The Multitude of PlaythingsIn

cia Kay's weekend guests Miss

... Lawanna Mary Lynn Neely Strayhorn of Jacksonville and Miss /J'.t .".. .. Our Toy DepartmentWE

attended the circus in Jacksonville
.
i Saturday afternoon. '

1 Mr. and Mrs. John Burwell of ENGRAVE BILL FOLDS CHRISTMAS TREE

Fort Lauderdale were Sunday



Has His Headquarters In Starke had guests Conner.Mr..as.and of Sunday Rep.Mrs. and P.guests M.Mrs.Mr.Barefoot Doyle and v XMAS CIGARETTE CARDS & LIGHTERS STATIONARY 0 E C 0 R A T I 0'N S


Mrs. Kenneth Kyler and son Ken, REASONABLE

AT GEM JEWELRY"The Jr. of St. Augustine.Mrs. Now On Display
J. L. Dowling of Daytona
Beach, Mrs. T. C. Chastain of .
House of Fine Diamonds""Has Hampton and Mrs. Johnny Croftof LARGE ASSORTMENT .4

,
Olustee will be Friday guestsof
Mrs. Wesley Andrews. .r

Your Watch Let You Down?" Miss June Clark of Jacksonville SEE / 14p ,

spent the weekend with Mr. and
WITH THAT OLD HEADACHE -
Mrs. I. E. Clark. I
BROKEN MAIN SPRING 1 Gw ; ti al .
shell
Game bags and vests at OUR -

The price you pay for your Watch does not GUARANTEE Alvarez Store. .
Main Spring breakage. WHY? Because ELGIN Mrs. W. P. Randall of Tampa
will spend the weekend with the DISPLAYYOU
WATCIIES and only Elgin Watches, with the Dura- W. H. Graham children while the

Power Symbol" on the dial guarantee the Main Springin Grahams are in the Scrub hunting

your Elgin Watch will never; never break in service. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Montgomery

These watches are adjusted and timed to give a life- i returned to their home in Griffin ARE SURE TO FIND '

time of service. Beautifully styled for.Eye Appeal.AT Ga., after visiting Mrs. W. J. I I I I .xtta. ._ a.
Chandler and Mrs. W. F, Godwinfor j i JUST WHAT YOU NEED Christmas
ALL
several weeks.
.
Friends of V. S. St John will 3 IN TREE
I' LIGHTS 7!
Price{ Levels to please your purse be happy to hear that he is get- S. : tJL
ting along nicely in the Lake CityV. BOXES AND INDIVIDUALS __
A. hospital where he underwent Christmas
$33.75 and up to $325 I a leg operation.t

Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw TREE BULBS 7c
USE OURLAYAWAY
Including: Beautiful ,Diamond Models entertained at a surprise birth-

day dinner Monday evening for t SET- CHRISTMAS
Mrs. Outlaw's father, B. T. Thom-
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY AND BE CONVINCED as. Other members of the family; 2 -- Stage Performances -- 2 PLAN OUTSIDE LIGHTS 239S

QUALITY HAS NO SUBSTITUTE helping to celebrate the occasion -
were. Mrs. B T. Thomas, Mr. and I --
'Leading Jeweler Mrs. D. L. Thomas and family, 4:25 P.M. and 9 P.M.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hazen and Your Christmas

ED SIMPSON Owner Miss Elouise Thomas. Adm.: Children 25c Adults 50c KOCH DRUG STORE Center .
I I Shopping
:Mrs. John Anderson and Mrs: FEATURE CARTOON NEWS
AND
Leslie Biggs were In Jacksonville ,
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, ST ARKS, FLORIDATTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

FRIDAY .:SOV.\IBER 20, 1955 j

VTVfTT to reset some skips. Now we have Laxton varieties, but this year hog from a sow with -
a recordof
you are required to serve a of
copy suit forDivorce
ten full beds of berries seven are trying one called Hundred- good litters., And she will be a your answer or pleading to Ue com-! Jean Prosiek. Plaintiff, vs. Edward
FARMER'S : Missionaries and three of 90's, fold. Alice planted another double Duroc. plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney' has been filed against you In the Proszek.\ Defendant.
T. Frank
Case
Landrum. Starke, Fla. No. 10-174
and we hope to get two more beds row of them and now she has. and file the original In the office of above named Court and cause and Votlce To Appear.To .
you are
of Missionaries set before this three and We the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or required to serve a copy of : Edward Prosiek, whose resi
separate plantings we met our friends your answer or
Mr. and pleading
D I A R Y before the 14 day of December, 1953; complaint to the dence and address is: Unknown.
month is over. From what we've should get some fine, delicious, Mrs. .Rasmussen, who left Brad- otherwise the allegations of said Attorney on Evan the T. F.'aD810S Plaintiff* You are hereby notified that a
heard, lots of folks have set both tender peas soon. ford County last year to go farther Complaint will be taken as confessed Law Exchange Building Jacksonville suit for
by Divorcehas
The author win be glad to receive 90's and Missionaries. Some swear south back in Starke where This you Floridaand been filed against the
notice shall be publishedonce file the you tn
Items of Interest concern- by the 90's and some are uncon She also planted another row of they have just bought a home. each week for four consecutive the Clerk of onginat the Circuit in the Court office on of above named Court and cause and
log the activities of farmers in vinced. Mustard Bradford County must be weeks in the Bradford County Tele sr before the you are required to serve a copy of
and and a 1
pretty
turnips, we hopeto graph. 7 day of December 1953 your answer or pleading to the com-
Bradford County. good place to live after all plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney
Suggestions eh
may ,
keep succession crops of these Dated this 10 day of November, otherwise the allegations of said T. Frank La"(drum.
be left at the Telegraph office or While taking up the plants over I fine We John? 1953. .Complaint will be taken as confess- tnd file the original In Starke the officeof Fla.
greens comingon. give
mailed to Sam McOarvay, Lawtey at Morgans we noticed a few i (OFFICIAL SEAL) harles A. Darby d by.you. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
them nitrate of'soda to give thema OTICH: TO ,\PPI"UC Clerk of the Circuit Court. This notice shall se published or before the 7 day of December.
4 4 second runners from some great; boost. We think that we will be IB Circuit Court Bradford County. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk onoe each week for four consecutive 1953; otherwise'the allegations of
Sam weeks In the Bradford
Bj McGarrey County Tele-
Florida IB Cha. said
< 4 big healthy mother plants, so we! able to control the aphids on them Florence M. Malone. Plaintiff vs. crank by you. as confessed I!.
4 took a few of them and set them Edward J. Malone Defendant.Case NOTICE TO APPEAR Dated this 3 day of November, This
,H a a H H H H A H H H H H H a H a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a.,I by using an insecticide called 1953. notice shill be published
------ ----------------------------- fa
I No. 10-175 Circuit Court Bradford County once each week tor foul
consecutive
look
out. Right now they already TEPP. Will spray with it during Notice T. Appear.To Florida IB Chancery. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby weeks in the Bradford
County Tele-
Little Hope was standing, aroundIn 'low at the start. Bat now the better than any other plants in this week. : Edward J. Malone. whose resi- Annie Mae Jones. Plaintiff, vs. Hob- Clerk of the Circuit Court I graph. I
the barnyard, refusing to graze soil is caked on top of the beds the patch. These plants had fine dence and address is: 449 East 34th >rt William Jones Defendant.Case By Marian L. Crosby,*Deputy Clerk Dated this 4 day of :November
Street. Brooklyn New York No. 10-168 11/6 4t 11/27 1953.
the grass there, so We? finally decided all over'again, and we think we'llrun white roots. Alice planted carrots again and You are hereby notified that a \.tl<< To Appear.To i i (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby ,
the rotary hoe over them to suit for Divorce : Hobert Williams Jones whose NOTICE TO APPEAR Clerk of the Circuit
to turn her out so she could soil she vows that she will not be has been flied against you in the residence and address is: Unknown: la Circuit Court Bradford County,I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.Court
get the, roughage she needs. We loosen the It will be very interesting to us fooled again as she was by the tbove named Court and cause and You are hereby notified 'hat a Florida Ia Chancery. 11/1 4t 11/27
know that Petal will deal some when we start to pick to see how onion seedlings. She is determinedto your you art answer required or to pleading serve a to copy tht o*

of Joys milk and that just about Got a big kick Out of seeing the M's and 90's. do as far as yieldis raise carrots because they have complaint on the riaintiff'i

drives us crazy, as Petal is bigger Gene Matthews on' telvision. We concerned. We are pretty sure "challenged" her., Attorney Starke, Florida T. Frank, Landrum,

than Joy. But we figure.that Hope just about busted with pride when that the 90's will produce bigger and file the original in the officeof

needs the grass and the exercise. the announcer introduced him and berries, but not sure which will The kitchen garden is looking or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Courton STARKE TIRE SALES

mentioned the TELEGRAPH and give us the largest total return. better these days. Turnips, mustard 7 day of December.1953;

At last we've finished the first Bradford County He asked good But we're all excited about the90's. collards rutabagas, English otherwise Complaint the will allegations be taken: as of confessed said-

hoeing of the berries, and whata questions, particularly the one peas, onion sets, radishes, and by you. "

job it was. But now we've got about the gasoline tax rebate onions from seed are all growing once This each notice week shall for four be consecutive published S (Announces f

them off to a start, and they won't which means.nothing at all to the reset the skips in our Missionary pretty well. We"e about starvedfor weeks in the Bradford County Tele .

have a lot of grass and weeds small farmer. beds, and It took only about something green and fresh graph.Dated this 4 day of November.

choking them. Hoed up on top !400 plants to reset the 9,000 we from the garden, and we know it 1943.:>>

of the bed, working soil from the Bought another 500 Florida 90's had set out. We think that this will taste good. (OFFICIAL.Clerk SEAL of the) Charles Circuit A.Court.Darby 4'WIIEEL. SAFETY

drain furrows up on top of the from Leaton Morgan, and used wasn't bad, considering that manyof By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.

bed, because the beds were very them to fill out another bed, and the plants we had set out were While hoeing the berry plantswe ______ 11/6.t 11/27

I I'I tiny. It certainly is handy having found a large number of small NOTICE TO APPEAR

your own runner plants,.though, slender worms. They are about an IB Florida Circuit In Court Chancery.Margaret Bradford. COB.t,

p 11K fY WNTE as it is a simple matter to get inch long, rather thin, and resemble Wagner, Plaintiff, vs. I
Ijft plants when you need them. earthworms. We tried to in- Norman L. Wagner Defendant. : [ .waEltsalllr|
V I 1

A bl ySl//MJlJlJS OF LONDONWERE.ENGLAND'S Case No. 10-136 SALE ,
iMbsSSl dentify them in the insect book Notice To Appears
FIRST BANKERS** The mystery of what ate the .without success. But there's not To: Norman L. Wagner, whose
MlTS&EKEEPERS residence and address is: 2128 Stein-
in .the cold frame is much
seedlings use worrying about them, way Street. Astoria, Long Island
I \ solved. Alice put some chlordane for we can't kill anything that New York.
I II around the edges of. it, and the stays down in the soil. suit You for are hereby notified that a Immediate Savings on the Fastest.Stops you can huyt 1!

next morning she found a hard 8 Divorce -

shelled beetle dead. Whatever it But if they come up, as do cutworms has been filed against you in the
above named Court and cause andTVVVVVVVVVT1rr1111rt.rVV
was, it sure ate all our best cauliflower and mole crickets we can ALL FOUR of your tires must grip to carry you

I + and Brussels sprouts fix them up in a.J urry. We dusted through this risky driving weather. Be sure they comer;9 h t itr. .

plants in a hurry. the berry, patch with 5 cent do-let check them. If You
I per o our experts you require Tray "'i,.
DDT> and 5 per cent chlordane and .1
1 or more new tires, can save here now on SET
you
b We like English peas, but have think,that it will get a lot of the s of 4
OF had no success in raising them in insects which infest the patch. We r! U.S. Royals, greatest wet-street stopping U
S
GOLD COINS AND BlJWON,THEY ALSO the last two seasons. We have had noticed about six different power you can buy! ROYAL J.1.
planted Little Marvel and Thomas insects there while hoeing. 1TttFREE. /tt dt
LENT OUT THEIR SURPLUS FUNDS AT :J
.
Ay ijrJ i INTEREST-p RT1cuLAnLY TO ENGLAND'S r
The tiny, puny broccoli plants a !
RISING MERCHANT CLASS OF THE l&AND IT! CENTURIES. ,
FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S which managed to survive all the _- z:: Nothing
.
to
bun
heavy rains of late summer are a Just Y-no
I obligatiot
'
taking hold now and growing like G leave ,"our ".
Our vaults and system of records are big improvement weeds. dress on no me and ad.It .
JUST ONE They responded very well e OUr officio)
over the first, goldsmiths.If to an application of 4-7-5 fertilizer / liitr ) J"ou r DIllnbt-r"s entry blank.
=
FRIGIDAIREMade ; and a hoeing. We should give 15, )'ou "in drawn OD Dee.
only by General them some "soda" this week. this $$99.8)
you wish to start a savings account, or have e. "alue.
Motors Corp. All other Loaded With -
valuable records to keep, or financial problemsto Electric Refrigerators are Had a treat for dinner this
SPECIAL ALLOWANCES
week. Alice Worries? on
went over to the field
meet we invite you to use our services. ,made by other companiesand
and scrapped out some new Irish
cannot use the word potatoes and they were really YOU should be, if you have I U. S. ROYAL MASTER SPECIAL AWHEEL SAFETY"

Frigidaire. pretty and mighty good eating.I a great many dollars' worthof I
,. Let us demonstrate how its Mount it now-drive super- ALLOWANCES: FOR YOUR
We will not have a very big yield, i personal property .
Tread safe all fall and winter-be
':-f, ", < \o > ".'''1 Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE though for we got them in 'too without complete insuranceprotectioI unique Royaltex OLD TIRES-ANY CONDITIONtires
r, ." holds slick roads where ready for spring with fresh,
late due to the wet weather.
? ? ) for that invest- never held before! new tread safety! I
ment.
THEN SEE The cows are starting to hang fREE INSPECTION, fREE MOUNTING OF ALL TIRES

around the cowshed these days, Remember this propertymay
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Wa..a E. H. SMITHTenth begging for something to eat. We be lost or stolen -U. S. ROYAL TRACTION GRIP I I. WINTER RETREADS. I u. S. ROYAL AIR RIDE''

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tire with quietsmoothriding clean pavement- on finest new can.
.- Starke, Fla. These two have calves nursing You need the "at 'homeor i get going in stick Slim, trim wbite-
and they are also bred, and with
away" coverage of the mud walls $-1-7
also having to keep up their maintenance tread. Either black iest or snow.
these two matrons have Personal Property Floaters. or white sidewalls $9795 and yourrecappable I plus fax and

quite a job on their hands. Petalis Ask us about II today. i to match your .tire, your old tire,

also bred, but she is getting front: tires. size. 670/15. 670/15.

protein from the milk she steals. ---. '
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It's
funny now that we look
1t back on it, but when we first came torn $2 weekly Jt deaf rat

1 here the soil was complete mystery I STARKE TIRE .SALES r.t et you easily own fintquo

to us. Now after five yearsof Ity fires: So why
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working with it, everything is Phone 189
200 E. Call Street ...
changed. We still know little about "

it. comparatively speaking, but StarkeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA COR. U. S. 301 AND STATE ROAD 100 STARKE, FLORIDA

now it tells us a story, if.we read A ------ -- --111I Llr
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the "signs". One program we are

Now..a I 1 dependable AUTOMATIC working at is to get more and -

more organic.matter. into. the soil. Here are two points to remember when you buy a car!*. .-

:. The rhubarb is coming up and

clothes it looks as though we'll have quitea
that
really 1 gets I Ii lot of it. Literature tells us

that it requires a'rich, moist, well- /4V94F I
drained soil and while we mightbe rT'1t1

> able to get the richness, and VNIII tl IHtVNlu: 11

the moisture, the well drained I"
featured is another matter. We'll .

-- check: on its pH requirements before -

Proved by over -.._ ZioaI r] I Speed limns we transplant. .it.

riN Alice planted parsley out in the

garden, but it did not germinate VALUE PRICES
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(even after allowing plenty of
FilLS,WASH ES,RINSES and DAMP- ,,;, s\ time; ). So she planted more in the .
DRIES IN ONE COMPLETE AUTOMATIC .,, t .
CYCLE '.' ..". ... ; frame, and we'll see what we get. r
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STUB CAN BE FILLED TO ANY DE-. "",- and sold quite a few plants

SIRED lEVEL FOR LESS-THAN-FUII which were set in pots. n//


LOADSAUTOMATIC. SEDIMENT EJECTOR Our minds.are. already. buzzing 0'"h* IIHllirtt51 !IrA th IIIWt 11

with plans for our spring crops. u U w /
CLOTHES ARE THOROUGHLY We know that we have to get tomato ..

t DAMP-DRIED ,.',,\J),, plants started fairly early,

V1BRATIONLESS no need to \ and also other things such as of any line in its field!
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bolt down pepper and eggplant. Then we ,. .
want to iry to get things planned
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AMERICA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL
Ia\ equipment ready seeds purchased .,'
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so that we can get things doneon
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time (weather permitting). \

The"ROYAL Last year we did not get any field

'' corn planted because we weren't .
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a on is to use the mineral oil
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in beauty, utility It seems to us that for our pur- o
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Come.I tn for a pose, raising a rather small quant-

FREE DEMONSTRATION ity, the method we've selected is

the best. It undoubtedly would not

be feasible on large acreage but I '- ,. ''OJ i Owvrot.fi fbrnrl.g "T..-T o"l-iw MJM.
we plan to plant only eight rows! with 1 grout new mm, CJwweW SCSI ,
the wutat ckeic* ef odcto is in kid
f at a time. And from what we've SeTBJanve H; and you'll know that It alone brings you all these features of highest.e .

ear read worm and out.seen, it will keep th priced cars at the lowest prices and with such outstanding gasoline economy! ..I


Yes, you get more car for less money in More value throughout, when you buy,

We're more or less stuck with Chevrolet! while you drive when you trade! ,, '

our hens right now. We'll have to More beauty, inside and out with the $ M #I
feed the old ladies through this widest choice of body-types and colon in Come in; confirm these facts; and you'llchoose / .
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IN ON YOUR OLD WASHER
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unproductive season, and plan to its field. S Chevrolet America's finest buy, ..._
getting rid of them when they More driving thrills with either of Chev America's most popular car!

REGARDLESS OF CONDITION quit laying next summer. Wei rolet's two great high-compression ValveC OIlW I."1UIIlOfI' of P owerg,JUt. automatic '

replace them then with pullets owe r ia-Head engines! lion and IIS.h..P. "Blue-Flame"; engine transmuMORE 1IV PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS

may raise our own In the More riding smoothness, more roadstability on "Two-Ten" and Bel Air models Power THAN ANY OTHER CAR!
spring. But we need a new laying.. and'more safety protection with Steering and E-Z-Eye Plate Class available on aU /

house very badly. this stronger, heavier, longer lasting car! models III extra cost. '. --_- '

C. H. NASWORTHY GENERAL SUPPLIES .

When we butcher our pig. Myrtle -

we'll be out of the hog business TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
232 E. CALL STREET PHONE 198J and we don't want that to

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happen, so \\e're'going to buy
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At The TabernacleSunday visiting the Faircloths Sunday. and children of Palatka, former show that concussion was used as Bernie :McGee: William Carter, lin, Joyce Conklin, and Bonnie

Gene Lang is in Tampa now residents attended church services a means of eradicating yellow Ervin Williamson, Kathy ConkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ- Nazworth. I

morning the pulpit of with relatives. here Friday night. Friends were fever from the city. On the nightof I

the Tabernacle will be occupiedby Carson Griffis made the Clay glad to see Baby Randy, this be- November 16, 1871 one and one ..A'AAAAAAAAAJ JJJJJJJ&JJ-

rlCHURCHES Rev. Fred Dodd of Keystone Hill delivery Saturday. Bell took ing his first visit here. half pounds of gunpower was fired

Heights, representing the Gideons another route, had more than one Mr. and Mrs. Richard May and every thirty seconds from sun )
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Organization. Mr. Dodd is known could deliver, so they divided up. daughter Melody, visited in Ocala set until sunrise. Great strides

and loved by the Tabernacle Mr. and Mrs. Boone from High- and Orlando during the weekend.Mr. have been made in the preventionof

Group. land attended a Baptist Convention and Mrs. Frank Williams communicable diseases since

Methodist Church Presbyterian ChurchFriday The Saturday evening service near Tampa week before last with a Gainesville friend left Mon then. '
i
this week will be conducted by and visited with Me. and Mrs.\ day morning for a few days fish- William Carter went to Law-

Thanksgiving Sunday will be Nov. 20, 3:30'p.. m. Mr. and Mrs. E. Y. Berry who Clyde Padgett for awhile. ing on the Gulf. tey on Sunday. Charles McCul- t

observed in the First Methodist Junior Choir practice. have prepared an interesting pro- Clarence Smith delivered the Mr. and Mrs. James Broome lough was in Gainesville Satur-

Church on Sunday, Nov. 22. witha Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Morning gram. message at the Ebenezer church and children of Orlando, visited

special service on Thanksgivingat Worship 11 a. m. "Reasons In order that the Tabernacle Sunday in Mr. Jones' absence.Mr. relatives here a few days last day.The fourth and fifth grades are

the 11 o'clock hour. The Chil- for Thanksgiving." Youth Fellow- Group may attend the Union Jones had gone to take his week while Jimmy attended practicing a program and puttingup

dren's Choir, directed by :Mrs. ship 6:30 p. m. Margaret Rose Service at the Presbyterian Church son part of the way back to the Gainesville classes. decorations for Thanksgiving.

I Wilma Dockstader, and the Senior Duncan program leader. Eevning Thursday morning, the Church's Navy base at Cocoa. The son Mr. and Mrs. Dick Williams at- Eighth Grade Personalities

Choir directed by Forest A Mc- Worship 7:30 p. m. "What do you special Thanksgiving observancewill had been home on furlough.We tended the football game in James Hall the son of Mr. and

Ginley will provide special music. want from Life. Youth Recrea- be held Friday evening, Nov. noticed Monday evening Gainseville Saturday afternoon also Mrs. A. Hall, is five feet two:

The subject of the sermon to be tion Hour 8:30 p. m.. Jerry Gibson 27, and will consist of a programin that Jimmy Lang has a cold. the concert that immediately inches tall, weighs 102 pounds and
preached by the Rev. Thomas G. host. which each one attending will Well folks in other parts of the followed the game. is thirteen years old. He lives with

Mitchell, will be "Strength through Tuesday, Nov. 24, 8 p. m. Women take part. country have colds too. Letters FRUIT CAKE his parents and three brothersin <,,' -

Thanksgiving." t of the Church. Mr. and Mrs. Quigley, accompa- from two daughters, namely Faye 1 Hampton. His oldest brother, I 'a,
of butter 2
The Rev. T. H. Norton, pastorof Wednesday, Nov. 25, 7:30 p. m. nied by members of the Taber- England in Ala. says she has asevere 3 1-2 cup cups flour, ,1 cup cups molasses sugar,, Eugene, is in high school at I aI I over 15W),
cold. Catherine Oliver '
in
the Lake Shore P Methodist Prayer Meeting and Bible Study. nacle, attended the Regional Con- Tenn. she has 1 cup cream, 4 eggs. 1 pound rai- Starke. James is a member of > ..' sq. ft. of II I
cold
Church in Jacksonville, will be Wednesday, Nov. 25, 8 p. m. ference of the I. F. C. A. held in says in a Mildred sins, citron and currants accord- the First Baptist Church at Hamp. ';.:; . I II
Ayers Va. she has
guest preacher for the Sunday Adult Choir practice. the Trinity Bible Church in.Lake so it seems colds says aren't a productof a cold, ing to taste, 1 teaspoonful soda, ton. He likes hunting and dislikes -_ I l shelf space
evening service at 7:30. Dr. Nor- ,Butler the first of the week.FAITH washing dishes. He plans to be a '-' '
Thursday, Nov. 26, 10 a. m. Fla. alone. They also they spices to taste. Warranted to v >
say
ton is well known as an outstand- Community Thanksgiving service. I BAPTIST CHURCH have had no rain for some time keep a year. farmer when he grows up. : ,,),, ,
ing evavelistic preacher and Rev. R. E. McBlain minister: There were 440 meals served :, w1I
guest LAWTEY, FLA. since in July in Tenn. So we have Mr. H. W. Priester, daughter, I '
in '"
pastor. In addition to his regular I I the lunchroom last week. For
water to be thankful :Sibyl of Palatka and 5
for. The Miss Louise
church work at Lake Shore, Dr. I Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- dessert Mrs. Johnson has been <
Church of God water is drying up in Tenn. where Adkins visited the J. W. Priest'sand .
7:30 m. :Midweek ,,
11 &
Norton also conducts the servicesat ing a. m. p. serving a mixture of Florida } Greatest's
I II Catherine lives. She has done the P. L. Morris's at Mac- .
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the Normandy Drive In Theatre !service Wednesday 7:3p p. m.A. oranges, Hawaiian pineapples \"
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning I one good washing since in July, clenny Sunday.Mr. ." s
E. Massey, pastor.PENTECOSTAL California
every Sunday morning, which has raisins and coconut .
Worship 11 a.m. Evening had to haul water from "the dam"to and Mrs. George Saxon and
the largest attendance of any from Trinidad. This is so delicious :; :) I ati r
Service 1:30. p.m. YPE Service HOLINESS do that and she has five Holland Payne visited the Har- QBl
"drive In service held In Florida. that we always .come for second
Tuesday 7:30 pjn. Prayer Meet. CHURCH children! So you see we aren'tin mon Sibleys. of Keystone Heights .helpings. A:

ing 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Sunday School 10 a.m. as bad condition as some other Sunday. Last Friday afternoon the < l
Church of Christ I $ .
folks. We can drink plenty of '
Lawtey SCHOOL '
Morning Service 11 a.m. NEWS eighth grade celebrated the birth- .,. : .
Corner 10th and McMahou Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Evening Service 7:30 p.m. water' and wash our clothes, even The eighth grade has been studying days of Emily McKinney, James ''

Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving Prayer Meetings: Wednesday: if we don't have exactly what we how to prevent accidents on Hall and \, :'
Audrey Raley. The class ,
Preaching A, M. and 7:3i want to eat, ? ",;.': C1 :
so why I ,
Saturday, 7:30 worry the playgrounds. This is '$' I
P.M. p.m. night 7:45 p.m. Saturday night a part presented Audrey and Emily with .
of our safety program. Later in handkerchiefs
pearls and dolls
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study TTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfHAMPTON
OF JESUS CHRIST the year we will learn in the ,
CHURCH
each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. St. Mark's Episcopal while James received a rubber -
LATTER DAY SAINT first aid class how to treat minor| lizard and some candy. The refreshments -
Bible School-rlO A. M. $229.95AT
: Rev. Raymond E. MacBlain BUDGET PRICED
injuries.In 1
Services each Sunday in old Ma consisted of a gaily
Schedule of Services ;
sonic Hall on E. Calls St. Sunday a recent health survey in the lighted birthday cake-baked by ONLY

St. Edward's Church SUNDAYS School 10 a.m., Sacrament Serv by Mrs. Wm. W. IiammondIAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAIAIAIU eighth grade we found that nine Emily, ice cream and soft drinks.

9:45: a.m., Church School 11 ice 6:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.SE'TII members of our class were under- An extra play period was enjoyedby And, Your 'Old Refrigerator
Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. t.m., Morning Prayer & Sermon; weight. We plan to remedy this the whole class.
Weekday Mass 7:30 a.m. 6:30: p.m., Young People's Serv condition by extra milk
DAY The County Council of Home drinking Iris McCullough visited her
Children's Class Saturday 11 ice League. each "day.The OR MORE FOR YOUR
ADVENTIST CHURCH Demonstration Clubs held two grandparents at New River last .$50
a. m. HOLY COMMUNION
Florida Health Notes
published -
Services each' Sabbath in old work shop days on Wednesdayand Saturday. Willow Ruth Hammondwas
1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun by the Florida State Board
Keystone Heights
Thursday of last week, Miss the dinner guest of her brother REFRIGERATOR
7:30 Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sab of Health valuable and (
Women's dub day are Informative
( ) ajn.FRIDAY Bonnie Carter, Home Improve at Crystal Lake last Sunday.
Sunday Mass 8 a. m. bath School ? p.m. Preachingeach ment Specialist of Tallahassee was materials in our library.We Our camelias are really making

Confessions before all Masses. 7:30 p.m. Litany & Meditation second and fourth Sabbaths the instructor. Members learnedto have on file and on order mostof a show on the campus. One bush,I

8 p.m., Choir Rehearsal. 3 p.m. Elder -Mostert, pastor. refinish furniture and woodwork the pamphlets issued since the 'Sarah Frost, has at least fifty No Money Down As Little As $230 Per 'Week

WOODLAWN MISSIONARY Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m.I and how to make apple box 1944. These and the phamplet issued well developed buds. We should

BAPTIST CHURCH Christian Church Everyone welcome. furniture. A good attendance was yearly by our local health have a riot of lovely flowers in the
LAWTEY FLA. I had on both days and a lot of clinic are used as reference ma spring.

10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. Bible School 9:45: a. m. Wor work was accomplished. Miss Dorothy terials in our science studies classes. Nell- Williams and Glenda Allen,

preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:43 prayer ship Service 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. yyyyvvvvvvyyvvvyvyyvvvvyLONG i Ross County Home Demonstration Howell Williams, one of our two sixth graders, visited the WINKLER ELECTRIC 'SERVICEPhone

service, 7 o'clock song services, m. Prayer Meeting each Wednes- Agent assisted Miss Car- eighth grade pupils looks after Jacksonville zoo Sunday afternoon.

F 7:30 evening services. day 7:30 p. m. -:J. E. Sherwood, BRANCHby ter. A covered dish dinner was en- the orderly arrangements of these There were seventy-six pupils

Minister. ioyed j both days. Ladies from materials. and five of our teachers in religious 166
HEILBRONN Mrs. J. L. Stricklandand Brooker, Lawtey Sunny Brook, After viewing the filmstrip on services last Sunday.
BAPTIST CHURCH HAMPTON Heilbronn and Hampton took part. the life and works of Walter Reed During the recent revival at 222 224 Temple Ave. U. S: 301 Starke, Fla:
Jimmy Lang
Sunday School 10 ajn. Preach CHRISTIAN CHURCH R. F. Dyal observed his 50th our science class made a study of The First Baptist Church the .

ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:3 Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship ALLAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAMosleyGreen birthday on Saturday, Nov. 14th, the yellow fever epidemic in Flo- following pupils of our 'school 1 TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT, .

p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Praye Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program with his daughter, Mrs. Bruce rida in 1877. At that time the joined the church: Carolyn Perry, : '. : : : I
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and -- -' -- -
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. 6:30 p. m. Evening Service 7:30 Roark and children Patsy and cause prevention of yellow
Miss Pauline Mosley and Welch fever not understood. The
Rev. J. E. Llngerfelt,'pastor. fc. m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon, pastor. Buddy spending the day with him was l
Green were married November 1. health records of Jacksonvillela.WHEELSAFETY
and with Mr. Roark
were supper
They went to to Georgia be for the guests along with Mrs. W. W. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT" How To RelieveBronchitis. EARL I

ceremony performed. Hammond and daughter, Willow
Pauline is the daughter of Volley Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. George Sax-

Mosley of Clay Hill. At the on and Holland the
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Payne spent .
present they are remaining with evening at the Dyal*home.
Pauline's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ] Creomulsion relieves promptly becauseit
Mr. and Mrs.\ Broadstreet of COOKS
Starke into the bronchial system to
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goes
, Volley Mosley. We wish for them
Jacksonville called on Mrs.-Verna help loosen.and expel germ laden

". '1" I .I. a long and happy marriage.The Young and boys Sunday. Ee3 3H phlegm and aid nature to soothe and
P. T. A. of Clay Hill school Mrs Jessie heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial
; REV. LEWIS D. HAINES PastorJefferson met Nov. 10 Chastain was in 'membranes. Guaranteed to please you /
and
Tuesday,
con- Gainesville and High Springs See Page Six or money refunded. Creomulsioa has 'GROCERIES MEATS FEED
c ducted the usual -- --
business. The Saturday. stood the test of millions of users.
and Court Streets In The Heart of Town County Agent was present and Mr. Olsen cf Connecticut a for- Starke Tire SalesAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAA CREOMULSIONrtlitm U. S. 301 IN NORTH STARKE
I.> gave a nice lecture, also Mr.
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 mer Hampton resident called in
Green from Penney Farms gavea Coufki Clwst Colds, Mite lroeQitit Phone 339-J
town Tuesday. He is spending .
II.. I I show on reforestation which the winter in Starke. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVEDWE
all said was very interesting and I
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. educational. We need more teaching Miss Shelby Prevatt of Waldo CLOSE 9:30 P.M. SATURDAYS

of this kind. It is announcedthat spent Sunday evening with Miss I ALL PRICES EXCEPT MEAT GOOD THRU NOV. 25
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. Norma Jean Jones.
Toby Dowdy will be at the PECANSffiANSBOREfflONEYFORYOU -

Midweek Service Wednesday. 7:30 P.M. school house Nov. 23 and presenta Miss Mae Uroy of-Trenton sold
show. All are invited to at spent Saturday night and Sunday LOOK FOLKS You Save On

, tend. The P. T. A. will meet with her sister, Mrs. M. B. Lay- -

aain Dec. 8, or the second Tuesday field.H..
EVERY THING1OOFF
,
in ,December. All are in C. Green of Jacksonville is .

vited to,attend. visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. A,

Hear Pastor Bob Gray Sunday We wrote to Mr. Green at Saxon and family.
Mr and Mrs. J. S. of ,
Farms Sapp AT
Penney that
Nile At This we were ready '
7:30.on Subject:
Starke
a for our fire breaks to be made. were Sunday dinner guestsof I

a Last Friday morning, about 8 their daughter, Mrs. Carlton I

a-a 'BARGAINING WITH o'clock, we heard something; coming Chastain. Inzie and Morrow family.Mrs. and GOLDKIST PECAN GROWERS I

our way, making an unusually daughter -
loud noise. The dogs did not Mrs. David Smith of Plant I

tike this monster" all said it City spent Saturday night with 321 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. !'

: THE DEVIL"Chllrch did not belong here. We looked the Marshall Matchetts.Mrs. ON

l nut and it was Miles West wish Vernon Nettles and sis-
the to ter of Utah are visiting the B.
machinery make these all NOTICE: We will be closed all day Thursday
,
important fire breaks. We wishto Y. and George Saxon's. GroceriesHOUSE
Nov. 26 THANKSGIVING DAY in
First Baptist Hampton say he really did a nice job of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Layfield and respectto
tearing up everything wherever he children of Gainesville spent Sat- our Pilgrim Forefathers and their Faith in

Sun 11 a.m. "Justification"Bible Vent and made us firebreaks that urday afternoon with his sister, God and Country. HOLD SUPPLIES -- DRY
we feel safe with.; We Mrs. Raleigh Brannen and
perfectly mother,
School 10 a.m., Don Hill, Supt. I
feel it is worth all it cost us, and Mrs. M. B. Layfield.Rev. .
B. T. U. 6:30 Louis Director I &
Prevatt.
p.m., more too, to feel safe in case fire and Mrs. Rice and three GOODS HEALTH BEAUTY AIDSON
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Special Music ( Instrumental Numbers foes break out in this neck of the Krispies, Rev. R. C. Gray and

"The Church Where Visitors Feel Like Home Folks." woods. Mrs. M. B. Layfield were Thurs- ORDERS $2.00 OR MORE

Gertie Faircloth's 'daughterKate day dinner guests of the Raleigh
and John Calhoun wereNew'54 Brannens. M. T. GOOD

Mr. and Mrs. Horace May will SCRATCH FEED 25/bs $1.14
spend the weekend in Salt Springs ,

with Mr. and Mrs. P. H. :Moodyat
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DODGESHATTERS Mr.their and camp.Mrs. Paul Mertg and CIGARETTES Carton $2.J4SN'UFF

children Mr. and Mrs. Harry W.
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, Baker and children visited the
Francis Mengs Sunday afternoon.Mr. BOX lOc

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their parents the G. P. Wads-

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Sunday at the Christian Church.
0 In official AAA tests on the Bonne- Weekend guests of the Lester i WITH THE PURCHASE OF .A ,I

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recorded? 'Well, on page one of on an old chair she bought reason- vatlon; limerock Stabilised Base Plans and/or Proposal Forms will
Men's Rapid Expansion Of Phone Service with 2 Surf. Treat. and incidental be furnished
Record. Of Service Discharges volume one, there appears a copy ably. Others planned to use the Type items. The net length; of the upon application to Qualified to this Contractors office-

of'the discharge of one Jesse boxes as cabinets and book cases job is 1.093 miles. A Proposal Guar- for the sum of 125.00 pet set. Extra

Shows 'Brown Boys' In The Lead Carl Prevatt (know- him?), private -I I arranged attractively in the kitchen From 198 To 700 Since WW II anty be required.The in the.amount of $1,000.00 will sets 110.00 of per Plans set.may The be Standard purchased Spec for

Engineer Train, 306th Reg- and living room. term (1) "light excavation," i ifications may be purchased for
Iment of Engineers, National (!) "medium excavation" and (S) $1.00 per copy. Plans with or with-
The members boasted of From 198 units at the end of "With this third
The ghostly strains of Tip- charge on file? That of a Korean refinishing position heavy excavation" as used herein- out Special Provisions, may be purchased -
I "Halls of Montezuma," vet? Army. Pvt. Prevatt enlisted on eight pieces of furnitureand World War II to a present 700 Bishop continued, "we can employ above indicates, respectively, (1) by fabricator for $1900 ncr
perary, Oct. 22, 1917, and was dischargedon 19 boxes. But what telephones, and around 150 appli- three operators instead of two, less than 8000 Cu. Yds. per mile. (2) set. NO REFUND WILL BE MADE
The Wild Blue Yonder" and other Well, borrowing of time wedidn't I surprised 8000 to 15,000 Cu. Yds. per mile, and FOR ANY OF THE ABOVE
war-time service songs are heard actually have we started a Jan. 11, 1918. His discharge everyone was the layers of paint ants waiting for service now .. speeding up our service considerably (3) more than 15.000 Cu. Yds. per CHARGES FOR PLANS AND PRO-
was recorded with the county that some of the pieces had cover- That's how much the telephone ." mile. PO' AL FORMS.
as one leafs through certain big quick scanning of the records to clerk March 4. 1919. i A Proposal Guaranty consisting Proposal forms will not be issued
volumes IQ the ,county clerk's of find the answers. on ing the beautiful wood. I business in Starke has grown in Bishop went on to explain that: .of either a certified check cashier's unless request Is received at least 24

On the last page of the last It is expected that at least six the past seven years, accordingto when a call came in a light lit check, trust company treasurer's hours prior to opening bids.
Looking at the index first, we check or bank draft of any nationalor The right is reserved to reject
flee.Or it be a quick cadence found volume of "Records of Soldier'sand result demonstrations will be. H. A. Bishop, Jr., Starke Telephone up and,traveled ,the length of the state bank, in the amount stated any or all bids.
may : Sailor's Discharges" was recorded carried on in the homes coming i Co. official. board. Any 'one of the operatorscan above, made payable to the Chair- STATE ROAD DEPARTMENTOF
count the barking of a gruff The name that appeared most the discharge of Andrew third man of the State Road Department.must FLORIDA
"We've just added a posi- handle the call.
sergeant. or the whine of high- from this workshop. That is, theyare accompany each bid. All Richard H. Simpson, ChairmanSam
frequently was Brown. There were Jackson Barry, 1st Lt. USARMC. to keep records on all their tion to our switchboard, so we From nine until 11 in the mornIng cnecks or drafts shall have been issued P. Turnbuli, State Highway
flying fighter planes you hear as 24 Browns who had recorded within 60 days of the date for
Lt. Engineer
general practioneer. Barry was can give our customers faster is the peak period for tele-
work and exhibit the furniture
books., at
these
look through receiving bids. Certified checks llflS It 11/20
you We are referring tq the "Rec- their discharges.Next discharged July 15: 1953, and some future date. and better service," Bishop saidas phone calls, according to Bishop. shall have the necessary State of
in line were the Smiths gave Newberry as his place of he laid down his soldering iron That's when three operators are Florida's Documentary Stamps al-' -
ords of Soldier's and Sailor's Dis The covered dish luncheon tarhed.
IrS
charges" on %ile at the countyclerk's with 16 recorded discharges. Tied residence.The everyone a chance for a friendly gave and reached for a cigarette. He needed. Two ,operators are on Th name of the bidder and the W. C. T. U.
with the Smiths were 16 Starling county clerk's records do had been completing some con- duty until ten at night,, then one I applicable Project Number shall be
office. chat and to swap recipes and I .thown the check draft. WHISKEY IS THE KEY BY
on or
veterans who had recorded their not list all the ,men from this nections in the maze of wiring operator handles calls for the remainder -'
All work is to be done in accord
The county clerk's office, we Christmas ideas. ,WHICH MANY GAIN AN ENTRANCE -
discharges.Next area who have served in the that makes up a telephone switch- of the night. ance with Plans. Specifications and '
might point out. is no place for in line were the Jones board. Soecial Provisions of the State Road INTO PRISONS AND
armed forces, but just those who Speaking further of expansion
idle browsing, but the record of boys-They had recorded 13 discharges had their discharges recorded. Elks Make Plans Over at the switchboard two Bishop said that poles had been called Department.to "Notice Special to Qualify attention Con-is ALMSHOUSES.i .

discharges struck our eye and -and then came the Clerk Charles and tractors" and any Special Provisions i! (NATIONAL VOICE.)
County Darby For Event operators were busily pulling set for a new telephone line to
curiosity. Charity contained in the Proposal Form.
aroused our
Johnses and McKinneys with nine says that it costs a veteran noth- inserting plugs as lights lit up all the ilmenite plant at Lawtey. He
,.. ,_._ .
the first discharge J -
Whose was each.We ing to have his discharge recorded, During HolidaysThe over the board. A third operatorwas said they planned to install a I --I-.'11--:

recorded? Was it a Spanish- didn't have time tq search and that he.wishes all exservicemen taking a break, as this was small dial exchange at the Lawtey

American War vet? A World War out and count every name, but from Bradford County would local Elks lodge held their a slack period of the day. I plant. II.

'I Vet? Or did the records 'per- the above-mentioned seemed to record their separation papers. second meeting of the month on I Sat. Mon. Only !

naps go back further than that? most frequently. This he said would be ,
appear a helpto Monday eveninrr of last week in More Meters I Safety Council
Whose, wei the! most recent dis- Whose was the first discharge the veteran who might lose
the lodge home on Temple Avenue. To Meet
I -. his original papers and a help to MondayA
the clerk's office when the vet- The principal .item before the On Court StreetThere'll

eran needed a copy of his dis meeting was the usual charity meeting of the Bradford SHOES
INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE Safety Council will be held in the LADIES
be
charge. effort which each year takes no more parkingfor
USO Monday night, Nov. 23, at
free the court house
ride
Darby pointed out further that, the form of distribution of food on
8 o'clock. :Mrs. Marian
: Howe
when requested by a V. A. service baskets to the needy of Starke of Court Street, between Call and ,
who announced the meeting, said
officer, copies, of discharges were and the surrounding area. The Tefferson Streets. City workmen

provided free by the clerk's of lodge will seek names as usual nstalled parking meters there that Mrs. Linnie Humphreys, exe-
I cutive secretary of the Jacksonville Our 1.99
fice. from the County Welfare Board this week. Reg.
Safety Council, and Lt. J. W. 6 9
RADIO Somewhere in the 'distance, it Ministerial :Association and from Two parking spaces by the court Hagans, supervisor of the North-

seemed a bugler sounded "Re- any citizen who happens to knowof house were reserved for the sher- east District, Florida Highway I.

treat" as we closed the last book a needy family. In this effort iff's office. The seven other spaceson Patrol, will be on hand to show New Fall Styles '

AND of "Soldier's .and Sailor's Dis- the Elks do not desire to miss this portion of Court Streetare safety films and assist in form-

charges" and replaced it on the I any worthy family who happens to now guarded by the coin- ulating a local program.

TELEVISIONSales shelf. I II be unfortunate enough to need consuming sentinels. It will be 0
an open meeting with All 1st Quality *
help.Plans Further south on Court Street, I the public invited to attend, Mrs.

4 I Workshop Meeting were also made for serv- between Call and Madison Streets, I Howe said.
'
gu ing a roast beef supper at the three more meters were installed.

and Service Held At HamptonA next meeting, Monday evening, This brings the total of parking NEWS ABOUT S 1 LimitINFANT

Dec. 7, at 8 o'clock. This supper, meters in Starke up to 110. Six
,rtrrrtfl Sn Jrrns s-rt-rrrtrJt-J4-IS rttJ S rr S mS two-day workshop meeting, at the lodge, will honor the initia- more meters are currently on SERVICE MEN

224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida devoted to furniture refinishing tion class composed of Dr. A. J. order.

was held In the Hampton community Barry, M.D., Joseph Cumber: Airman 3-c Joe T. Kelly, son FLANNELLETTE

center last week. Mrs. Bernard McRae, Eugene Noegcl Red Cross Official of Mr. and Mrs. Eustace Kelly of

Bonnie Carter, home improvement and 'William Siprelle. A large New River, docked at San Fran

SdlIt Rent ft Trade It specialist, worked with Miss Dor- number of Brother Elks will be in Speaks At RotaryBob cisco on Oct. 24 after serving 11

othy Ross, home demonstrationagent attendance, and of course visiting months in Korea and Japan. He is

and 5 ladies and one 4Hgtfrl Elks will be welcome to share the Zubrod, safety service representative enjoying a leave at the home of Gowns Kimonos

from six clubs in this'successful pleasures> of the evening with of the Southeastern his parents until December 6, after -
CLASSIFIEDLow
W1THA TELEGRAPH demonstration. local members. Regional Headquarters, AmericanRed which time he will be stationedat

The women didn't seem to mind Cross, spoke briefly and exhibited Eglin Field, Fla. I

Results To Place the hard a safety film at the Rotary Most of his time
Rates Good Easy work involved when they ,Teen-age Safety overseas Kelly S
stood back and admired the furni- Club luncheon meeting Wednes- spent at Tsuiki Air Base in southern Pastels

',10 WORDS. OR' LESS ONE INSERTION - 50c ture, made to look like new, and Council Meeting day.Mr. Japan where he was in the
is in Starke this
Zubrod .
EACH ADDITIONAL WORD %c the once rough boxes, now painted I supply department for main- C Cellophane
The Starke Teen-age Safety week conducting a streamlined refresher
attractively soft colors and tenance parts of F86 Seabre Jets, ,
DISCOUNT OF 15 PER CENT ON TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS! ready .1
Club held its in first aid for
regular
meeting course
p Wrap
for use in so many ways for He was assigned to the 51st Fight-
2B e ADDITIONAL FOR PL1XD ADS'OR! ADS! NOT PAID l.V ADVANCE storage. Monday ,night. Two reporters. Bradford County teachers. Only I er Intercepter Wing. Kelly received ,
Jean Mundy and Buzzie Green, .those who have current first aid )
MEMORIALS! CARD QF.THANKS: ,RESOLUTIONS-ZOo PER LINE Willow Hammond, the 4-H Club i were elected. Those elected to" certificate cards are eligible for ; his basic AF training at ( 2 Limit
Lackland AFB and then attended
girl, said "I'm
(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) going to use the serve on the project committeewere the course. .
apple box that I shelves in Supply School at Ft. Francis E.
,. : put Pat Bowers, George Canova, The speaker was introduced by Warren. 1st Quality
r- and .
painted ivory and pink, in Buzzie Green and Jean Mundy. L. H. Gibson and the program was

FOR one RENT bedroom-Furnished and apartment.glassed-in my bedroom for a night stand." The Constitution was drawn up in charge of James A Lewis. NOTICE TO APPEAR e

sleeping; porch. large living room One demonstration club member and accepted, stating the aims I. Circuit Court Bradford County, 49c Elsewhere
A. THOMAS kitchen and dinette. 426 South removed the Hfeter- FI"rldal In ChanrrrT.
layers of paint, varnish and of the YOU'LL LOVE The new
organization.The Kathleen
purposes Pearson Plaintiff vs.
St.or Tuck's Auto
apply at
REAL ESTATE! BROKERs Z14 Cafe.tf etc. from a kitchen chair to Starke Chamber of Commerce brook purse-size fountain pens In Charles Bernard Pearson, Defend-
& T.p1e Ay., Telepkom make it more attractive $2.87 at BradFORD ant. Case No. 10-185
and and the pastel shades. Only
Rotary Club are .
"'Starke, Florida :Notice To Appear.To
FOR SALE-Copenhagen Market another ,refinished the wood work sponsors of this club. COUNTY TELEGRAPH. : Charles Bernard Pearson We Exchange
HAS Cabbage plants $2.25 per thousand whose residence and address Is: 14
I 30c per 100. ,F. F. Flume. 'ewnham Avenue, Pedford England.You ) A We Refund
FOR SALE Itch* are hereby notified that a
.
I- suit for We Satisfy
SEWING UACrtlNES-Sell for balance Divorce, custody and control of V
due. Write S. M., Box 823,
Half of Block 1:. UT- minor child
I-We.t
'
IBK.IOB TrBby # Co.. add. flee Starke Fla. tfchg has been filed against you In the
I.t. f3. OO. Liberal er.*, above named Court and cause and
SATSUMA ORANGES FOR SALE- you are required to serve a copy vf 147 W.Callt..
s-=.. acre lar.O .. la .-.. iSo dos at farm. No Sunday sales.C. your answer or pleading to the
a.d lm.roved p..t.re. New W Jenkins near railroad depot, .. complaint on the Plaintiff's S AStarke
modem fc..w. aear Keystone Johnson (Putnam County) Fla. Attorney T. Frank Landrum.
Height MHM *ow. payateatbaUare 6tp 11/20 Starke. Florida ,
real. and file the original In the office
like FOR SALE-60 acre Improved pasture of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on VIa.
a.-.HO aere farm acer Pro,ldemreU ISO, bearing pecan trees 2 IT IS UNLAWFULFor or before the
tuba Co...,.. IoN r.... dwelling houses, dairy barn and 14 day of December, 1953:
dvtelllDK, tobaer .HotmeM.lertrlrlty. odd buildings. Write C. Letsch. otherwise the allegations of said!
",:we dow pa1.' Rt 2. Box 51, Starke. tfchg Complaint will be taken as confessed -
by you.
--
rat. This notice shall be .
LET J. D. ODOM, JR. published
.
once each week for four connect
,
two Mary dntlllag HANDLE! TOUR
4-! Starke.
Walaat .... 115.0001: ; ... .torydwelllBK CATTLH. AND HOGS tive weeks in the Bradford County '
Clark St.. $..,5001 SALES. Telegraph. BA I'S !
"SCHOOL
parloB 4welllBg dwelllBK CraB* sad St.4.rottageMadUoB .:001 Live. Oak Eark Each WednesdayGalaenvIHe FridayRADIOS' Any Person or Persons to Engage in 1953.Dated this 10 day of November,

St. $1X500. I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby .
REPAIRED Clerk of the Circuit Court


&--trait fresh Aato garaKri apartmeBt.(.... Biotelii.track kou.e lets.'Invest ,.aere-atop lake. Reaaoaable Air CHAB.Make ekargea C. SHEPHERD- AU-Models guaranteed Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless I By Marian NOTICE L. Crosby TO APPEAR Deputy 11/13 4t Clerk U/. ARE "ESTERBROOK DAYS"Becausewith


ages store bBlldlags 79 W. Call St. Starke Pk. 239 In Circuit Court Bradford rv>B.ty

Wisely Today and Gain NEW! TRY STAR PLASTIC TYPE W.Florida D. Hutchens IB Chaarerr., Plaintiff vs. Wllli
Esterbrook
Security For TomorroW' CLEANER-Does a better Job. The Name Is Registered Hutchens, Defendant. an
faster. No messy liquids. Self- Case No. 10-189
renewing, lasts Indefinitely. Only Notice To Appear.To Fountain Pen, students can choose
50c at Bradford County Telegraph. : Willie Hutchens whose res /,- .'
FOR SALE-Unfinished trailer, all u dence and address is: 126 N. \\. their own point style. r .- '
material to complete, cheap.Nick's 4. Boulevard, \Vinston-Salen, North very
Fruit Stand. 2tp 11/29 FOR RENT-Unfurnished house. InQuire S Carolina.
t at Bus Station. tf You are hereby notified that a
i. suit for /
WE ARE HOLDING a.limited num-.. FOR SALE .." x 8" x 16" Con- Divorcebaa 9 TO SELECT OH RtfUCE& 'V.-.
ber of TURKEYS for retail sal crete Block 18c each. Plenty of been filed against you In the Look
Place order now for Thanksgiving Mortar Mix and Cemeat. Bradford above named Court and cause and / HEirS AU YOU DO ,
Read This Florida Law"It
aDd Christmas turkeys. Opals Engineering Company. Phone you ae required to serve a copy'of
Turkey Farm. Florahom phone ... tf your answer or pleading to the
Keystone 3781. Stchg 11/27 complaint on the Plaintiff's
WHY PAY RENT-When you can Attorney J. Donald Gibson 226
SATSUMA ORANGES FOR SALE- own your home with .a small shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to E. Forsyth Street, Jacksonville,
down Florida Endorsed ByEducators
payment and the balance
lie do*. at farm.sales.Also C.choice"'.Jenkins pe-- paid like rent. W. H. ollman. engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined and file the original in the office of icij I
cans. No Sunday Starke, Fla. tfchg the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor
near railroad depot.$Johnson 11/20 Dowllng. Sr., phone 113J. Itchg without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered'with the before the For
Putnam County) Fla. tp '
( 2556
I 14 day of December, 1953;
clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of businessis otherwise the allegations of said School Use. .M.c.ia7-
Complaint will be taken as confessed
NOTICE WILL SELL with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit by you.
PULP WOOD This notice shall ue publishedonce '
REWARD offered for return of STUMPAGE I signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names ef each week for four consecutive

lost five year oU Cocker Spaniel To Highest Bidder all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the in- graph weeks In the Bradford County Tele.' S. !

reddish Dated this 1! day of November,
male dog. Color: Submit All Bids To
in terest of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon. 953. An Ideal Student Pen 2668
brown body, blonde patch top BOX EAR BRADFORDCOm'TY (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Of head; fully leathered. Was .. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto Clerk of the Circuit Cnsw'
TELEGRAPH Marian I.. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Point For 1I
\ By With A
wearing rolled collar and aa- Starke, Fla. engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or 11/13 4t 12/4 __ '.

gwen to RUSTY. their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four NOTICE TO .CONTRACTORSOffice Every Writing Task. --&LL_ __ -

8C EDWARD farette St. -A.HALL Fk..e 8CT-W_ FOR RENT-Two bedroom frame. (4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county .of the State Tallahassee Road Department, Florida 1555 5

STARKE. FLA. house.heater and Complete bath. with on Alton hot water, Rd where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be CONSTRUCTION. November AND .MAINTENANCE 1353 S

near Prowns Plastic Plant. See accepted by the clerk of the circuit court of PROGRAM
Frank Thomas on premises except upon receiving proof ..
WILL SELL PULP WOOD stumpageto P "led bid will be received at
ttifhest bidder. Submit all bids 2tp 11/2 such publication. Tallahassee Florida from qualified In Case of Damage
to Box EAH Bradford County Contractors until 10:30 A.H. (E.S.T.)
WANTED-Private with -
room private
Fla. on the 24th day of November 1952.
Telegraph tr.arke. ItpFOU ,
bath. Write Box S21-a Up for the construction of the following AU Point Styles Are U50 (j

WEDDING CAKES. decorated WAITRESSES-DIgnified. courteous If engaged in business under projects:
you are name STATE PROJECT, JOB NO.
qaarea or birthday cakes see Mr. women to serve guests a tthe Gold any Instantly Replaceable
H. Lappe, 410 N. E. tah Ave.. House Restaurant. Apply manager 2801-113, State Road No. %00, Bradford
(;alne vUle. Fla. or phone. Order Stchg 12/4 County. In Starke on Call
cf 1$ or more will be delivered. Street from Temple Avenue to Wal- -InstantlyRenewable

Itch? FOR SALE Three used K oil burning I other than own and have not had this name nut a Street point, and approximately on Walnut 100 Streetto feet

Admiral ; portable round type $7.50; your south of the City Limits. Work consists -By You. 1551 /
ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR. Kenmore 33 inches high $22.50; of light excavation; 8-inch
like new. Sell or trade. Coleman No. 444 $20. OUn W. Ocala Rock Base with Asphaltlc
What have you?- Bob Hammondat WhIte Sr.. 435 Lake St.. Starke. Concrete Surface Course Type I and

Farmers Cities Market.Service Station Starke Itp Up properly advertised and registered we will be Binder Incidental Course items.; Storm The net Sewers length; and of: Complete, FourJom; Pens $2.30 and $2.80

FOR SALE-Lot 53. East Lantey, the Job is 0.509 mile. A Proposal
FOR SALE-Horse with new Western Fla.. Sec. !I. Tp. 5. South Range, Guaranty in the amount of 2500.00
saddle. Horse very gentle and 22 East. Ten acres. Make me will be required.
excellent shape. Sell together an offer. Mrs. Pearle Blount. STATE PROJECT JOB NO. 2154- .
or separate. Contact L. A. Eaker, Nuna A\e. Tice. Fla. 2tp 11/27 glad to give you all necessary Information as to ISO, State Road No. S-125. Bradford
P.. O. Dos 14. Lake Geneva. Fla. County. From SR 200 north ot &teJzookEsterbrook
tip 11/21 FOR SALE-mi Chevrolet Surbur- Lawtey east to the Clay County
ban Carryall Truck. good tires line. Work consists of light exca-
FOR SALE-2J quart Kenmore Automatic I good running condition. Price what
Roaster over used twice SS7S. See Mr. H. Lappe. 410 N. you should do. yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy4EL
SSL Hi-line Electric Fence E. 6th Ave.. Gainesville. Fla. Itchg --
'
Charger food condition $20.( .: Desk Sets From $3.00In

Phone Zn-\v. Up FOR SALE-Two white-faced,, cows.Seven .

miles from Starke on High Colors To Match Your Office Furnishings {
FOR RENT-4 room cottage furnished way U. near State Prison. A. G. SAFiTY
lights and water $3 per week. Peters. > Itp Walnut Black
Maroon Green Gray (
Klngsley Lake Road ,near Camp
Blanding. Klngsley Courts. Box FOR RENT-Furnished house all BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH \t
454. Up conveniences. 5 rooms. Close In.
R F. D morest. 224 Saunders St.

FOR Angus SALE bulls.-Registered Some born Aberdeen in 52. ItchgFOR Starke Tire SalesI BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHPHONE t

some in 53. Reasonably priced. RENT-Two bedroom furnished ;
3. a White. Rt. "t. Box 71.itarke. house on Kingsley Lake. Contact 29
AlA AlA A A A A AlA ALA A A AAAAA.J :
Mrs. J. C.
Fla. Itp I1/U Hoover. 4tchg 12/11 ti i

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STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, XOYEMBER 20 1953




BHS' Homecoming- Game Here Wednesday Night I





: : JlaTornadoes Ready For Traditional Rivals Union Tigers



J. : ..' ., l A rugged season for the BHS Tornadoeswill -
rrT; ,"1'.Pf!" rr come to a roaring close at Bradford Park

next Wednesday night when the annual

Homecoming game will be played against
the traditional pre-Thanksgiving intaders

from Union County High.
.
ts j
; t Though Bradford has emerged victoriousthe

:a .. ,. : past two seasons, the U-Co-Hi Tigers 1:
.-- : held the Tornadoes to a 6-6 tie in 1951 and

.. Coach Shad Bryant's Lake Butler lads havea s flT

k formidable 6 won, I lost. 1 tied record be-
hind them in the current season. Consequently f f sa

fans are not discounting the possibility -
k of an upset at the homecoming jam- a

boree in Starke next Wednesday night.

The pre-Thanksgiving game will also be +

TACKLES: Kelly, Pringle, Cox, :Magyar!, Henderson. significant in that it marks the final game

FULLBACKS: D. Elder, Strickland, Douglas, Lewis.! GUARDS: Garner, K. Elder, Green, Martin, Shaw. for 16 BHS gridsters who will leave the
squad via the diploma route this spring.
... .
"" '' Fans have enjoyed the play of these boys
4 t who will be missing when the '54 season
tLt starts'next fall: RIGHT HALFBACKS: S. Clark Ferguson, Reddish


j j Mike Clark, tackle; Wayne I

k:1't : ,, Douglas fullback; Paul Rivers .
"
end; and Vernon Teston, end, '. "
b". p have been on the squad for three =::=- .
'
years. -
9 ''
:: Tom Moore, guard; Jimmy Red- :::: J

A, t dish, back; Ned Pringle, tackle; Y"1 -
'
Marion Harrington center; Ronald
61'c 9
c Patray, back; Richard Henderson
t. j
Z, tackle; and Arnold Smith end;
L a.-; are two-year squad men.
F
Other seniors are Lavon Lewis,
a transfer who has done" some .c Rt

fine running this season; Sidney
r Strickland, a first year man who .
took over the punting duties; X
CENTERS & QUARTERBACKS: Beasley, Harrington LEFT HALFBACKS: Patray, Brown, Jackson, Charles Kelly tackle who was on
31.Clark,'Moore. Bowers. the B squad last year, and Robert kti
ENDS: Teston, Rivers, Smith, Slade, Strickland. Manning, center.
.J. _s
Zack Crawford standby three-
I''
year letterman tackle, will also
'Loss To Ketterlinus be playing his last game, even
Ends
though a junior now. Eligibilityrules
I Come One! Come All! will catch him.

So far this the
year Tornadoes
have won five and lost three (not COACHES: Jones, Hurst, Hobbs, Ilazelwood.L. .
EVERYONE IS INVITED TO COME OUT Hopes For EFC CompetitionTonight counting this Friday's game with .

I AND ENJOY Green Cove). In 1951 they beat Butler win over BHS is not known, nesday night will be another great
the Tigers 13-6 and last year's but since Coach Bryant has been,,game too with the Tornadoes being
(Friday) the BHS Tornadoes nadoes 320.Ketterlinus.
-
ond half with
1 plenty of zip and tilt was one-sided 41-27 win for in charge of the Tigers, the Tornadoes -I I put to one of the toughest
TORNADOWHIRLS journey' on their last road I showed a lot of began a drive on their own 9. By BHS. have had to earn their tests of the season.
trip >vof the 53 season when they,I power running, but no passing attack hard work they drove to the Ket The exact year of the last Lake victories. The contest next Wed-I I
meet the Blue Devils at Green offensively. They grabbedin terlinus 48, but here, Bouleneau .
I Cove Springs. Coach Hobbs has three BHS passes, that set the intercepted Pat Bowers' pass on : II
candidate, Ann Crosby. number they want has already yYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYyyyStarke
had his charges working hard Tornadoes back considerably. his own 30 yard line and the Yellow I
Teen Town received a new been turned in. .
all week supply -
in
preparation for the Jackets drove down to another ..
final two Bobby Bouleneau, fleet halfback, of games and records of which Finished and all through for ;, ,
games. score with Frank Henley going
opened the Ketterlinus scoring they are very proud. Many enjoy.ed this year is .the Baby Tornado
Last
Friday night Ketterlinusof
thefinal
-. two yards for an 18-6
AT THE B.H.S. STADIUM ::
St. Augustine humbled the_,Tornadoes with. a scorching 86 yard inside them Friday night after the .football schedule. Last game was .WHEEL SJUFITYI
tackle run with possibly three lead.The game. Come on out, teenagersand I played Thursday! night when they
Nov. 24 6 P.M. 'Till by a lop-sided 25-6 score. bottom fell out for
Tuesday Night again
Wayne Douglas' went over from minutes of the game gone by. On join the fun on Friday nightsat were beaten by Palatka. They
the ensuing kickoff, the Tornadoes the Tornadoes when they failedto have one win of the season to I
\ BON FIRE SKITS PEP RALLY MUSIC two yards out for the Tornadoes' started on their own 35 yard move against the Yellow Jac-| the USO. their creditWell

GATE PRIZES FUN FOR ALL only Ronnie score on a drive spearheadedby line and drove to the Ketterlinus kets. Backed up to their own Just about that time again- that does it for this week. Tire SalesAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Patray. 26 but lost the ball on downs. goal, Strickland punted out to Seniors are already busy getting See you in the next .
The play against Green Cove has Forcing Ketterlinus to punt, his own 43 yard line and again their invitation lists made up. The -Susie
ADMISSION I FREE turned into a mighty important the Tornadoes put on another: Ketterlinus seemed to move at
-. contest for each school since they drive and were held for downs' will and scored their final touchdown .
are so close by; and too, Green again on the visitors' 31 as the I two plays after the fourth
,Townspeople-Young and Old-Don't Eat at Home Cove has.furnished several players first quarter ended.Ketterlinus quarter started.
Eats will be on Sale Hamburgers Hot Dogs each season on the American Legion scored again earlyin The remainder of the fourth liP liP

Hot Chocolate. Coffee Candy, Cokes baseball team to play with the second quarter when the: quarter was a bit of hard, rough
the Bradford'County lads. : playing on each side. The Tornadoes -
Tornadoes
took the ball on a _
Sponsored By Green Cove and BHS have played punt on their own 21. Failing to drove to the Ketterlinus 26,
THE SOPHOMORE CLASS three mutual opponents. Each make a first down, Strickland but the threat was stopped by ,
school lost to Palatka, and each went back into punt formation Taylor's interception of Patray's x
won from Macclenny and New. but Carl Swindell, pass. The Tornado pass defense
160-pound end, '
Smyrna Beach. broke trough and blocked the was good, not allowing Ketterlinusto CRO\VN\ EXTRA GASOLINE IS

The Blue Devils will 'be operating punt and a Ketterlinus player fell complete one. 1
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pALAR I STORE from the T and a spread on the ball on the BHS three yard STATISTICS ? ___
: Established 1894That's formation with Beau Jack Cars-I line. For one play, the defense
vell calling signals. Knowles will I held but on the next play, Henley BUS KISS ;,
run at fullback, and both boys are drove up the middle of the Tornado 1st downs 11 13 REFINED in
rail remembered by Starke baseball line and fumbled the ball. The Yds. gained scrimmage 145 293
t Our Business Passes .
fans. ever-alert Swindell fell on the thrown 15 6 s
ss Passes complete 4 0
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If It's Glass We Have It! At ball for a touchdown. i
present the Blue Devils are Passes intercep. by 0 3
CALL WRITE or VISIT right up at the top, unofficially, With a little over four minutes Yds.! gained passing 56 0 '
of their St. Johns Conference race. remaining in the half the Torna- Total 293Punts
201
I Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR They suffered their first confer- does marched 60 yards for their yardage 4 2 '

ence defeat last Friday night ina only score. Ronnie Patray sparked Ave distance punts 28.1 32.1 the SOUTH F:
ANY GLASS NEED close 6-0 game with Hastings.The the drive with several nice gains, Yds. punt returns 12 33 .
4 Wt Design Modern Store Fronts 25-6 defeat last Friday and two completed passesoneto Kickoffs 1 6
A Just Mail Us A Pattern for night to Ketterlinus an East Florida Reddish and one to Teston. A,'e. distance kit'koffs15 39.5
Conference foe, put the Tornadoes Wayne Douglas drove off tackle Yds. kickoff returns! 51 11
h Table Tops entirely out of the championship for the ,final two yards just before Yds. Interrep passes 0 55 to suit the driving needs

318 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4353 race. Also, the loss was the half ended with Ketter Fumbles 1 2
by the highest* score in six years I!I linus leading 12-6. Fumbles lost 0 1 {
t when Lake City whipped the Tor- I The Tornadoes started ,the sec- Penalties 0 45 of the Southern motorist

CARD OF TIIAMCS wife and mother, Mrs. Flake Wat. 1 i3
WINA FREE TURKEY I
We wish to thank our many son. Although still in the Alachua.
friends and neighbors for the hospital she is much better. i-s ---B--df---d-I' 9
kindness during the illness of our Flake Watson and sons. I' I 1

a M 3 i, When you run your car with CROWN EXTRA gasoline, r

.I know have selected a really premium motor
ti:'TFy:" .r..R.v. -- - - -e'Ever'body you you

is I breathless around fuel refined in the South, to suit the driving needs t
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ry BHS these days getting ready for of the southern motorist. i
3 Live Thanksgiving e :r
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I the big Homecoming events next L
Wednesday. Be sure to turn out Standard Oil Company (Kentucky) is a southern

Turkeys Given' +x.< for the pep rally, "Tornado institution, in all that this word implies. We are of "

i : Whirls", Tuesday night, Nov. 24. the South, for the South, and by the South. Our .i
The Sophomore class is sponsoringthis
1 Away LP affair and skits will be presented operations and properties are confined to the South, .

r by each grade in high our profits reinvested in the South. Sixty percent of .. ry ,
school. The band will be presentto live in the five southern states we .
Simply find your old Insurance Policy and fill in the our stockholders
play and the cheerleaders and
EXPIRATION DATE attached You serve-Alabama Florida Kentucky and .
on coupon. mayreceive members of the pep squad will Georgia ,
a Thanksgiving Turkey. Date on your coupon Z i do their stuff. Food will be sold at Mississippi.Try % \ .a,
must correspond with date on your Policy. the concession stand.
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a ? Know that everyone will be glad I CROWN EXTRA gasoline and see for yourself mss' ; ."'.>,
TURKEYS AWARDED NOV. 25ND ,to learn that the Football Queen why it is the largest selling and most popular { /t

You Do Not Have To Present To Win :- ::--- :' V .- I will field be after crowned the game on the Wednesday football premium priced gasoline .sold in these five '-% ,

;e ?; I night instead of at the dance in southern "
-- - w ..,w ,,.. :, 'the USO, as formerly. This is being states.'t
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I Name Address____ -I II | [ done by popular demand in

I My Auto Policy Expires __________ i 3:order that mqre people will get 4'
-? -- I VENETIAN to this colorful
see
:: It BLIHDSI t4S ceremony, so CROWN ;
| Liability (Date) : Mo____Day__ be sure and be there. T /
I Duchess AH-FfexoIum Venetian Blinds are built to take it! I FutuVe Homemakers of America
Collision ((Date) : Mo.____:Day_____ Bending won't harm them. The finish won't chip crack or held a meeting this week to initi-

I My Fire Policies 'II peel The slats are spring I ate the new members. They are
Expire planning to attend a convention I
tempered to keep their I EXTRA.
t. ,of Homemakers in Gainesville this .
| Dates JCONNER | shape .snap right back .... _I. .
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In place after rough ti
use Hobo
Convention
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Look for the Ductitsi sul ... It't your
\ guirint. of Quality end dlttinctlea. nicely last Saturday night. The
BROS. Insurance Agency USO was decorated like a forest 1
FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL with trees covering the.entrance. .

BEST RATES IN TOWN Those attending brought weiners '
and roasted them over the fire.
129 W. Call St. GASSETT EXCHANGE STOREPhone
P. o. Box 761 j jI I Singing, square dancing cakewalks
Starke Fla. etc. were features of the STANDARD OIL COMPANY ( KENTUCKY )
207-W Starke, Fla. I I evening. The Senior Class sponsored .
I the convention for their

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OCTOBER 2 .19 STARKE 0 r @ OCTOBER 16' NEW S. B. 0 STARKE 13

OCTOBER 22JAX TECH 0 STARKE 44 1 i: 1 OCTOBER 30 MACCLENNY 0 STARKE 19

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Bring Home the Bacon, Boys! Be present tonight to cheer our boys to ENJOY FINE FOODS AT Best Wishes to the Team

KOCH DRUG STORE VictorySimpsonUrquhart PontiacA VAN'S CAFEBest Conner Bros. Insurance Agency 1 1

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Compliments of Good Team Like the Tornadoes Wishes to the Team Support the Tornadoes with your presence
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ROBERTS JEWELRY"Your Central Fla. Gas & Appliance Co. The WASHETERIAOnward EARL'S GARAGE ,
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Compliments of Closed Tonight -we've gone to the Game! Best Wishes From i
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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 'E(

CHAS. C. SHEPHERDRadio ,DAVE PAULK Torode Chevrolet Co. The House Of Fine Diamond3Starke's
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Hardy Bros. Motor Co. Edwards Grocery & MarketSee Starke Motor Court ; I THE FARMER'S SUPPLY
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH PAGE ELEVEN

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER. 20, 1953

i or before the shall have the necessary State of !ifications may be purchased for
He and' the other: officers 14 day of December, 1953
Kelly. ; Florida's Documentary Stamps at. $1.00 per copy. Plans, with or with-
and directors have pledged to SOIL CONSERVATION otherwise the allegations of said ached. out Special Provisions, may be pur-
I Farm Bu- Complaint will be taken as confessed The name of the bidder and the chased by fabricators for $19.00 per
II make 1954 a profitable by you. Applicable Project Number shall be set. NO REFUND WILL BE MADE
I reau year. N-E-W-S This notice shall be publishedonce shown on the check or draft. FOR ANY OF THE ABOVK
each week for four consecu- CHARGES FOR PLANS AND PROPOSAL -
build Bradford countyif All work
We can tive weeks in the Bradford County is to be done in accord- FORMS.
d our farmers are organized. How Bill Has E Telegraph. ance Special with Plans. Specifications and Proposal forms will not be Issued
By Provisions of the State Road
about finding out more about this Dated this 10 day of November, Department. Special attention is unless request is received at least 21

organization and becoming a mem- U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION 1953.(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby caned tractors"to and"Notice any Special to Qualify Provisions Con- hours The prior right to is opening reserved bids.to reject

ber of the winning team. Clerk of the Circuit Court. contained in the Proposal Form. any or all bids.
Special For Farmers SERVICE L By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.I. STATE ROAD DEPARTMENTOF
11/13 4t 12/4 Plans and/or Proposal Forms will FLORIDA
December 10 is important. In be furnished
to Qualified Contractors -
Lti d I ChairmanSam
Richard H. Simpson,
.I NOTICE TO APPEAR upon application to this office
fact, don't wait till that last day.If I .
P Turnbull, State Highway
IB Circuit Court Bradford County for the sum ')f $%ii.OO pet set. Extra I
putting in any "I'm getting along fine", states past summer. The other day we Engineer
Geo. T. Hug gins you plan on Florida; IB Chancery.W. sets of Plans may be purchased for
By practices that will be for the Zedra Hamilton a Bradford Soil were out in the pecan grove when D. Hutchens Plaintiff, vs. Willie $10.00 per set. The Standard Spec- 11/13 it 11'20MOVING

1 Ceunty Agent conservation of your land or to Conservation District Supervisor, Titus picked up a pecan with a Hutchens, Ddl'ndant.Cat'e No. 10-189

Agricultural Extension SerVIce get more use from your land, you after resting? up from a disagree- grunt and remarked, "See, almost Notice To Appear.To -
Willie Hutchens, whose residence -
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should come' in to see us. ment with his horse. N. G. Hayes every nut you pick up is filled;out and address is: 126 N. W.

Protein Supplement a. m. on Sunday; 6:45: and li:20-P. For example, in establishing a I and Tommy Hamilton are planting fine. I believe that cover crop and Boqlevard, \Vint-ton-Salen: North

Several inquires have come, in m. on Saturday; 6:50: and 11:20a. vegetative cover or pasture of lupine with Zedra helping, from the working the grove helped fill out Carolina.You are. hereby notified that a

for information on mixing cot m. on other days. Pick the time grasses or legumes or mixtures side line.J. the nuts." Besides turning under a suit for -

tonseed meal and salt for cattle most convenient and get into the where liming, fertilizing, seedingand good cover crop, Titus made over Divorcehas been filed against you in the LOCAL Safe PHONE

feeding.An habit of getting the report. If some clearing is done, the R. Kelly and O. R. Alvarezof 300 bales of Indigo hay. above named Courtand cause and OR
listen regularly to another Agricultural Conservation Pro the Bayless Highway Church you a-e required to serve a copy of Dependable
you
ideal mix and one that gives
answer or pleading to the LO'GDISTANCE 311
you needed protein plus mineral station: I can give you the sched- gram can help you up to about Section used the District's grain Hogan Smith plans to use Pen- your complaint on the Plaintiff's EconomicalR ,
ule. for limited numberof drill to plant sweet lupine and sacola Bahia and White Clover Attorney J. Donald Gibson. 226
elements is 70 pounds cottonseedmeal $25 per acre a
for permanent pasture. He has E. Porsyth Street: : Jacksonville, B. Alvarez OR
20 pounds common salt and Possible Potato MeetingIt acres. oats for winter grazing. Florida
10 pounds of complete mineral. is always good business and Proportionate shares are allowedfor fertilized his pastures in whichhe and file the original In the office of Agents For TRANSFER AND 250-J

Protein is the basis for all good farming to produce the max- I combination of either prac- Herb Prescott reports that the had a good stand of clover or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on Delcher Bros. STORAGE CO.

other nutritional ingredients. You imum on an acre of land. For one tices or some single practices.You oats he planted a short time backon last ;year to encourage a new 14 day of December 1953;
growthof clover. otherwise the allegations of said
lose the value of minerals and acre or 100 acres you should be I must make your requests on a his place in the Woodlawn sec- I I Complaint will be taken as confess.

vitamins when protein is not sup- interested' in a meeting that we I special form, we will be glad to tion are doing fine. Herb planted Leaton Morgan used the District's ed by you. STORAGEPerrJrnan
nublisheoonce
This notice shall Ole I
plied. If you do not have legume I hope to have at Brooker Tuesday, discuss the program with you. oats on some truck crop land. He I weed chopper to cut up each week for four consecutive "
is going tograze it and then turn ,weeks in the Bradford County Tele
pasture or good legume hay, you Nov. 21.There. the corn stalks and weeds beforehe
the stubzble under to build the graph. BIdg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida
sure need to supply protein in has been ptenty of proof fa Circuit Court. Bradford County, up turns them under. Leaton I Dated this 12 day of November I;
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matter in his soil. =
attention to soil and Florida In CbanejMildred organic 1953. j "" -Z 'IO.-'> -
that
some other form. Cottonseed mealis proper states that don't have !
you as !
I. Blair. Plaintiff, vs. Wal- SEAL) Charley A. Darby
perhaps the most economicalIf plant requirements will increase ter U. Blair, Defendant. much trouble withtrash hangingup (OFFICIAL Clerk ot the Circuit OOIMI : \"' _H'_ = =.....,,"'E>=.,... ,, .. ""- -

you use the mixture of meal yields of Irish potatoes. We expect Order Of Pahlh'atioDad Case ?to. :NoticeTo 10-161 Soil Conservation farm plans on your plows if you chop your By Marian L. .Crosby, Deputy 11,13. 4t Clerk J% 4 j

and salt you must be sure that to have a man who can giveus .Appear State Of Florida Tot were prepared for Titus Olson on ground first. --r I I

plenty of water is available.Whenan that proof at this meeting. Walter R. Blair, whose residenceand his place near Keystone and for I :NOTICE TO ('O'TH\'TOHS Of/II tfe
animal consumes additionalsalt Your attendance could result in address Unknown: I\V. H. Smith on his place at Sampson District Supervisor V. R. Fer- Office of the !Mate Read Department rt
You are required to appear on Tallahassee, Florida
it must have plenty of ,water., extra dollars from your potatoes. November 3'. 1953, in the above City. Titus is using sweet lupine guson used the District's roto- November 6, 1953;; j i
Animal weight lost must be Organization Is EssentialDo named Court and cause, wherein for winter grazing and cover cycle mower to cut down the toNSTiirrriov AMI M,\ITENAM'E '
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford P11OGH\M i iI I
gained back in spring before you you know of a single professional County Telegraph shall publish this crop in his pecan grove. He had crotalaria in his pasture beforeit Sealed bids will be received at NEW MENU

begin, to realize any profitablegain group that is not organ' Order Witness" III next four nand weekly and issues.official Hairy Indigo in the grove this can seed out. Tallahassee Florida from qualified I

if such is how ized for the development of an my Contractors until 10:30 A.M. (E.S.T.)
possible seal at Starke, Florida, this Oct. I
and office address of the claim- -
post lowing described property in the on the 24th day of November, 1953, j
Interested In Weather economical program for them- 2s. 1953. ant, and shall be sworn to by the County of Bradford, State of Flori- for the construction of the following -* j
You might like to listen to the selves? (OFFICIAL- SEAL) Charles A. Darby claimant her agent, or attorney and da, to-wit: projects: 1 Half
As Clerk of said Court
any such claim or demand not so Sfe of SE',. of XE}.. Sec. 26. STATE PROJECT JOB0.. ,T Bone Steak
weather the Bureau is the largest and By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk -
man predict temp- Farm filed shall be void. Township 8South:' Range 22 2801.113, State Road No. 200 Bradford -
Life
erature during this winter season. strongest organization for farmersin Charles R. Hess, 204' Guaranty Gertie MiJes. A| administratrix East. 20 acres and SW i of SW l. "County. In Starke on Call
Bldg., Jacksonville, Florida. of the :state;.of As executorof of NWU Section 25, Township 8 Street from Temple Avenue to Wal- Fried Chicken
If so, make a note of the following the United States. There are Attys for Plf. 10/30 4t 11/20 the Last Will and Testament South Range 22 East, 10 acres. nut Street, and on Walnut Streetto
stations and time so you can over 15,000 members in Florida of Mrs. Rachel Browning The assessment of the said prop- a point approximately .100 feet
hear the official state temperature BUT there are less than 50 in our :NOTICE TO CREDITORS deceased erty under the said certificate issued south of the City Limits. Work con- 1 25 IServed
(1B.13 Probate Art., Seen. 119. 120) First publication October 30. 1953. was in the name of Mary Wilkerson sists of light excavation; 8-inch
bulletins each day. Lake City County. Our neighbor Union IB The Court ..f the County Judge, 10/30 4t 11/20 Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Ocala Rock Base with Asphaltic tOO
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1450 on the, radio dial, reports at County, has about 150 members.The Bradford County, Florida, according to law, the prop- Concrete Surface Course Type I and
In Probate.In IB Circuit Court, Bradford County, erty described therein will be sold Binder Course; Storm Sewers' ; and
12:59: > a. m. and 6:14 p. m.: Gaines- Farm Bureau in Bradford re: Estate of Mrs. Rachel Brown- Florida IB Chancery. to the highest bidder at the court incidental items. The net length of
ville WGGG 1230 on the dial, reports County' began to show increased In, Deceased. Mary Iduma Davis, Plaintiff, vs. house door on the first Monday In the job is 0.509 mile. A Proposal with French
Ta All Creditors and Persons Having Melvin Mixon Davis Jr., Defendant. the month of December, 1953, whichIs Guaranty in the amount of ,500.00 Served with French
at 12:23 and 5:57> p. m.; Interest and activities during the Claims or Demands Against Said Case No. 10163. the 7 day of December 1953. will be required. Fries, Salad and Hot
WRUF, 830 on your dial, reportsat past year under the leadership of Estate: Order Of Publication And Xoticr Dated this 10 day of November. STATE PROJECT JOB NO. 2854- Fries, Salad and Hot
President. You and each of you are hereby To Appear State Of Florida Tot 1953. 150, State Road No. S-125, Eradford
115 Rolls
Rolls
; p. m. except Saturday J. R. Wainwright as notified and required to present any Melvin Mixon Davis, Jr., whose (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby County. From SR 200 north of
which is 1:05. p. m.: 8:15 and 11:20 President for next year is J. R. claims or demands which you, or residence and address is:' Unknown.You Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- Lawtey east to the Clay County
either of you, may have against the are required to appear on for County Florida. line. Work consists of light exca-
estate of Mrs. Rachel Browning, deceased November 30, 1953, in the above 11/13 4t 12/4 vation; limerock 8tabilb. d Base
late of said County, to the named Court and cause,* wherein with Type 2 Surf. Treat.; and Inci- All Beef HAMBURGERS 15c
County Judge of Bradford County. plaintiff seeks divorce. Custody and dental items. The net length of the -
For All Types Pest Control Phone or Write Florida, at his office In the court control of minor child. Bradford Circuit NOTICE Court TO Bradford APPE.'RI. County, job is 1.093 miles. A Proposal Guar-
house of said County at Starke, County Telegraph shall publish this Florida; IB Chaneer .. anty in the amount of 1000.00 will
Florida within eight calendar Order in next four weekly issues. Kathleen Pearson, Plaintiff* vs. be required.The 7 For $1.00-To Take Out Only
FLORIDA PEST CONTROLAND months from the time of the first Witness my hand and official! Charles Bernard Pearson. Defend- : term (1) "light excavation"
publication of this notice. Each seal at Starke. Florida, this October ant. Case No. 10185utl..e (2) "medium excavation," and (3)
claim or demand shall be in writing 29, 1953. \ To "heavy excavation" as used herein-
Appear.To
CHEMICAL CO. and shall state the place of residence (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb ; Charles Bernard Pearson above indicates, respectively, (1) Home Made
r As Clerk of said Court whose residence and. address is: 14 less than 8000 Cu, Yds. per mile. (2) BREAKFAST
2220 N W. 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville, Fla. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Newnham Avenue Fedford England.You 8000 to 15.000 Cu. Yds. per mile, and
: Zach H. Douglas 505 Lynch Building are hereby notified that a (3) more than 15,000 Cu. Yds. per PIES45c
DEMPSEY R. SAPP Owner
Jacksonville, Florida. suit for .
Attys. for Plf. 10/30 41 11/20 Divorce custody and control of mile.A Proposal Guaranty consistingof
MOSS CONTROL j minor child either a certified check cashier's '
NOTICE TO APPEAR has been filed against you In the check trust company treasurer's
PECAN TREES SHADE TREES, ETC. In Clrrult Court. Bradford County above named Court and cause and check or bank draft of any nationalor 85c
Florida; lu Chancery. you are required to serve! a copy of state bank, in the amount stated ,
Contact Us Now For Estimates Marilyn Mae Fanshaw. Plaintiff. your answer or pleading to the I above, made payable to the Chair-
Floyd B. Fanshaw, Jr.. Denfendant.Case complaint on the Plaintiff's man of the State Road Department, And Up To Take Out
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Termite Control For No. 10-162 Attorney T. Frank Lartdrum, must accompany each bid. All
,notice To Appear Starke, Florida checks or drafts shall,have been Issued -
Household & Commercial Crops & Livestock To: Floyd B. Fanshaw, Jr., whose and file the original In the officeof within 60 days of the date for
residence and address is: 1362 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on receiving bids. Certified checks ........ ----W!:'c_ ''''''',,"J'-' _
Brooklyn Boulevard, Cay Shore, I
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Gainesville Production Yo.are hereby notified that
Rodent Control .
suit for

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON WORK Credit 620 N.Association Main St. Divorcehas been filed against you in the
ALL above named Court and cause and
I Gainesville, Florida you are required to serve a copy of How to buya .
your answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading to Attorney the complaint -

Evan T. Evans, 103 Law Exchange .
Building Jacksonville,
Florida, /
and file the original In the office of :
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
r 9h lIIOV or before the 30 day of November.
1 *,Qgft 365 a,9QarJ 1953; otherwise the allegations of new car
said Complaint by you. will be taken as confessed ,

.. This notice shall be publishedonce
each week for four consecutive
weeks in the Bradford County Tele
r graph. \ o .
Dated this 29 day of .October,
9v THIS CHRISTMAS 1953. '
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A Darby : I .i.i
f Clerk of the Circuit Court. 1. Pick that suits .. ,
Ey Marian L. Croeby, Deputy Clerk a car your .
10/30 ltCl20NOTICE

GIVE FREEDOM. GIVE HER A : APPEAR (Ford.offers( 18 models) '. .

IB Circuit Court Bradford CoBBty.Floridat ,
IB Chancery. .
Ruby Harrington, also known as
Ruby Harrington Hamilton, Plaintiff -
O
1 fendant, vs. John Ward Case Hamilton No. 10-016 De- \2.' Pick a car that's funWorFord's .

:Notice To Appear;
To: John Ward Hamilton; whose
Crestmark is hulltight)
residence and address is: UnknownYou ( Body :
are hereby notified that a


,- C I I l lI lII 111I I suit Annulmenthas been for filed against you In the 3.. Pick that's lots of 4SE\\ room

o } II I III above you are named required Court to serve and cause a copy< and of a car got .

II IIi your answer or pleading to the

". 9, "\ I a J I complaint Attorney Graham Building on Joseph the K., Jacksonville Skipper.Plaintiff's 221, (Ford's trunk is a whole suitcase bigger than another! low priced carS)

e Florida
and file the original In the office of '
#' the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

jtS a I or otherwise before 30 day the the of November allegations 1953 or: said 4. Pick a car that's got jlbut doesrit use much'

I I Complaint will be taken as confessed -
H HI by yo.. -

once This each notice week shall for four be consecutive published (Both Ford's,,V-8 and Six have the Automatic Power Pilot)

weeks in the Bradford County Tele- '
graph. If ""
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O Dated this 23 day of October 1953. :V
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court 5. Pick a car that offers jj
I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk .
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10/30 4t 11/%)

.1o.o"e :NOTICE OF APPLICATIONg (Fords new spring and shock absorber action and foam rubber cushions
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FOR TAX DEED
"o\u.
1\v ill illR I (Senate Bill ':\0. 163) travel you first Class')
Notice is hereby given that Dave .
pE Henderson holder of Tax Certificates
\t\c. NOR. 526 & 528, issued the 2 day of

c.E ,was et \'t\e tlee\ .u's..of.i.drklChttstmos toun, July office tax A.D.and deed 1934 has to, has made be filed issued application same thereon.In my fora 6. Pick a car that'll bring a top price when

Said certificate embraces the fol-

(Ford's hang onto their value letter than any! other car!)


BRINGS NEW HOURS OF FREEDOM-Here's gift that ; COLONIAL

will save an hour's work a day, seven days a week, w it aU and lots more!

365 days a year. D MH0 l tW .7. J Pick.car: that has these things

PROTECTS FAMILY HEALTH-All dishes, glasses,silver, FLORIST i

pots and pans are sanitized washed and dried in 0 '"
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water hot enough to kill all common germs. UP FLOWERS t .. .

SAVES HANDS AND DISHES-Her hands need never E E KL Y 4S .. ( d' '
For All Occasions S when
touch dishwater! And your gift will keep her precious W ny.s+ _irr' .J-'Oj more youbuyworfh :

china and glassware safe from damage too. +
PHONE 218
; more.whenjou.sellitjMADISON )
Also ovoilabU in Undw-Counttr
Portable NM h kir-M ban h win h ft* ,
and: 4." Dishwosh r-Sink Models. fatal Hd.Tia* OHj Err bat hiI
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Come in for TesVDriveworth. ,

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SISTRUNK$ .FEED & SEED COMPANYPHONE DISH POTTERY GARDENS i .



39 STARKE, FLORIDA POTTED PLANTS
Motor'o'o
Flowers JJ'iredAnIwhere Andrews :



YOU CAN BE SURE..IF I ITS" stinghouse !I II Nona St. Starke

& ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE, FLORIDA


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FRIDAI XO\'E.'ffiER 20s 1933mmymmVY..nrm.
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Keystone Heights .


bl 1\lrs. Sara McDonald o t-

&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& WIN TURKEY

The Keystone Heights Woman's
Club met in regular session on i
Fuesday Nov. 10, In the club
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house. In the absence ot the president .
the vice president who is -
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Mrs. S a r a McDonald, pre- .... .<>'\--f; I "
, sided. The secretary read a letter .
of resignation from Mrs. B. Chris-
toilers, the president. The club '

accepted the resignation with re- For
THANKSGIVING
gret and an expression ot appre Dinner
elation of the fine work already .:
done by Mrs. Chrlstoffers. For
the !>resent.'at least, Mrs. McDonald -
will carry on the duties of
president. Several matters of busi-
discussed and it )
ness were was -
decided to abandon the idea, of a .. "
bazaar until spring and to give
a card party instead on Friday : Read The Rules .
How To Win
Dec. 4. Tickets will 'be on sale J. ,

for this very soon. .
Hostesses for the social lour (
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were Mrs. C. J. Bastedo and Mrs. '
Any reader of the Telegraph is .,
J. C. Detweiler. Each space below represents

The next regular meting will eligible to enter this contest 1 '-c: -- -_- '-1 \
some prominent business
be on Tuesday Nov, 24. This will firm

be a program meeting and an ex- and the first three persons, sub- _. / ,., ,61, 1.t or person of this city. Take the
J /
cellent program has been arranged -
mUting the correct or nearest '
; There will be music and a I 1 } scrambled letters and arrange
speaker.Mr correct answers will be awarded : them
and Mrs. Murphy have re-I I .. to spell the firm name

turned'to Keystone for'the winter. big fat turkeys for Thanksgiv- correctl}'. Then wirte a brief
Mrs. Redfearn Sr. has to
gone
ing. In order.to be fair with .
,'!sit her daughter Capt. Ruth, our article on the subject 'The

Redfearn in Alabama. subscribers who get their G
papers
Mr and Mrs. W. B. Neele have .. Greatest Need of Stark and
moved into their new home on through the mail, no answer
Bradford "
County. Do
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Lake Geneva.Mr. not exwill -

and Mrs. Weichel have' re- be considered front anyone f' teed 100 yards. It is permiss
turned from a two weeks vacation -
in the North. buying a copy of the Telegraph. ,. y, *w' 7 able to use this advertisement

lIre and Mrs. F. J. Kyle of Dal- in our office before 6 o'clock ,,A1 / f ti r or a separate sheet of
y for
las, Texas, are visiting the Kyleson paper .
Keystone Lake Thursday, November 19. ., 'c
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ycur answers. Winners will be.
returned i
Mrs. Haberstroh has ,
from a two months visit in Penn- notified by mail and turkeys
sylvania. Winners of Turkology Con "
The Catholic Club will hold a will be presented Monday, No- ,
dance at the Inn on Saturday, tests in the previous 5 years I ,# I
Nov. 28. There will be an ochestra '.' t \'ember 23. The correct solution
will not be eligible,for prizes in i
from JackBonville. to the puzzles will be published
Mrs. E. A. Timmins and chil- the current contest. ,- -i, -.
dren have been visiting her par- j -- in our next issue.'r E
ents, Mr and Mrs. J. A. Williamson ,:
1
Lake Santa Fe, will return to I t
Columbus, Ohio the last of this .
'week. Maj. Timmons who baa
been'taking a refresher course in

Orlando will accompany them. 3 TURKEYS GIVEN A WAY -- Start Now !


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITlecs NAK ,
Notice la hereby given that the
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1IMenlsned, under the proYl81ona YTTYTTTYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYTTTTTTYYY. .Y..Y.TY..T.TTT TTTTTYYYYYYYYYY YYYYYYYYYTYYYYTYTTTTTTYTT'
of Chapter SO.ISS Laws o1 Florida TTTTYYTYTYYYYYYYTTTTYYYYYTTTTYTTTYTTTTTYYYTYTY
Acts of UU, will register with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for

Bradford C.untJ' State of Florida, .. ., ,.." ,. .
upon receipt of proof of publication >' jJ. : -. .
fictitious name 1' : .. -
oOf this notice the I :.!. .>.
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of Bebt.le8 Booter, under which 1 ;
ana engaged In business c/o Duck>-a, ..
Nest Call St.. Starke Florida. Sole .
owner Cha. R. Oakes. 1St W. Call .
1It.. Starke, Florida. I
g&etbmhtlpunganihluesI.i. tissar&f'pogedeslhsil
Dated this i ,day of November. : &nescsstuh aunitacwnriottoiveiyaoo
AD.: un. at Starke, Bradford Coun- ,
1y, Flol"a. .
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1. Clreatt Ce.rt ..../.... C.u-ty. J ,
Floridal la C aan"T. wtSomyrkdhrcareaepana erezatorlsav "
Beatrice Lumle Plaintiff, vs L LLumley

Defendant Case'No 10.176Order .
or .Ueatl.a sad l1.tie TeA
earl State .r FloridaTo ... eonnor&susvamoHenceoescirc
: A. L. Lumley, whose residence r'c
and address II:120 KQDument Street
Augusta. Georgia
Tou an required to appear on piksuresidesstaluberlp .uid.esrruofhcrgnert.
December 7.1953! ; In the above named ,
Court and cause,'wherein plaintiff -
seeks,.divorce. Bradford Coun-
ty Telegraph shall publish this Or- "
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der In next four weekly tasuea. ssss'llibercyeeiab&v
and official seal
Witness my hand
at Starke, Florida, this November i, ... ,

(1953.OFFICIAL SEAL) Cl.s A.Darby etascituoteswonretsaeorsa cites.vo.ardcs.hdo&trescvhpersheaarcia.yersbnuoosgnrnenac
.u Clerk of said Court ..
l1y ldarianL Crosby, Deputy Clerk "
each 1L Douglas. 50i Lynch Building
Jacksonville. Florida.
AU,.. for Plf 11/1 U 11/21 &nerakegcremro rg


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For 40c! T ,

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FREE Bleach If Desired! I

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We Will' ,

Dry Your Clothes L

For 20cIn .

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New Automatic Driers! n \
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