Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 27, 1953
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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4 ,p I VOLUME SE\'E.'Tl'-FIVE sr uui FLORIDA FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1953 _, I


SF < 'Homecoming'Editor's LOOKS PLEASEDand Safety learn Sees

F c t ( why not?) I

( ,x ar.e ( note: Since the Telegraph -r Halftime activities at the Home plunged over from two-yards out, E

&,p ,- t 'this 'week19? printed 'on coming"'game are planned by 'the ,midway the third quarter. ,.25 Hazards Here

Wednesday and will be in the band and at the close of the game The drive started on Green I .1

Z rt .r M hands of some readers before the fans are asked to keep their seats Cove's_ 45 yard line and in 10

'' .-. $t Homecoming game, the following and witness a tumbling demonstration plays the Tornadoes scored, with a !
I article is written as an advance by Miss Bishop's physical. Douglas sparking the drive with l Ji A Safety .Council survey team looked the city of Starke

story although this issue, as ed girls class. After the tumblingacts I hard running. over Monday afternoon and pointed out around 25 hazards

1 t6 usual is dated Friday.) the great moment of crown- From then on to the game's to public safety.

''S r a> s Sixteen Tornadoes are playingthe i ing place the on Football the field.A .Queen will take end, the Tornadoes held the Blue The team was composed of Lt. J. W. Hagans, northeast

final football game of their Devils helpless, but the home ii district supervisor for the State Highway Patrol; Mrs. Lennie

:, I1'high school career in the. Home- be held big at Homecoming the USO immediatelyafter dance will boys: couldn't move for another Humphries executive secretary of the Jacksonville Safety

II i coming event Wednesday night coronation of the Queen. score either, against Green Cove'sI I Council; and Sgt. Frank Eskridge, Highway Patr safety I
when the Lake Butler defense. officer.
I they The public is cordially invited by I \
4 .a a r ., Tigers at Bradford Park. the Junior Class, sponsors of this Howell and Knowles were outstanding Some of the hazards reportedy

Y4P >s. y Coach bounce Hobbs'back boys into are the tryingto win event. "- for Green Cove in the I II the\ the Bradford surveyors at a meeting of 1 I Temple Avenue, Hagans pointedout
Defeat by Green Cote County Safety Counil -
column after two successive losses backfield. I is a wide thoroughfare witha

I their most recent defeat being Last Friday night's game The Tornadoes played an exceptionally a 1.Monday Old night were: lot of traffic in all directions.He .
against Green Cove was a tight I refrigerators stored out- said that the school
I a 7-6 heartbreaking los: to Green second if-doors crossingwas
good half. in
defensive contest with the Blue j j'STATISTICS one location creating
too much for one
man aloneto
Cove Springs Blue Devils last
Devils putting up a real battle to l hazard to playing children. handle.
I Friday night. preserve their one-point lead. I 2. Right turns on red lights at
I Shad Bryant's boys have a sea- 'f f BUS GCS busy intersections, The only remedy, as Haganssaw
making it
son's record of 7-1-1 against the Green Cove scored first on the 1st downs 11 5 '.angerous for pedestrians it, was to have all the school

4 4_ =e'P Tornado's 5-4 record. The Tigersare initial play of the second quarter Yds. from scrimmage 151 161 with the light. crossing grounds located on one side of

in the Suwannee Conferenceand when Jerry Carswell, quarter- Y dB. from passing 43 0 3. Jaywalking. (Lt. Hagans the street.

are one of the top teams of back, streaked 45 yards for a Passes thrown 16 3 b ointed out that Starke is "no Pointed out as needed by the

'that circuit, but their recent loss score and also kicked the extra Passes complete 3 0 longer a country town.") local Safety Council, was a pub-

to Reddick may have knocked point. During the first half Punts 4 5 4. Left turns in stream of traf- licity chairman to work with the

them out of the championship.The penalties set the Tornadoes back. Punting average 34.5 29.1 fic at Call and Court Street interaction executive board and keep the

So Long CorbinCourt Tigers had an open date The Blue Devils didn't draw a Yds; returned punts 21 9 ; also, "U" turns at this- 'I public informed of the Council's
last Friday night while the Torna- penalty the entire game. Kicioffs 2 2 ..4Ralph location. activities and the safety needs of

does were playing! Green Cove, and Avgt dis. kickoffs 41 45 5. Numerous blind the community.The .
Wayne Douglas, leading Tornado comers,
are in tip top shape for the Important Yds; ret. kickoffs 27 18 k< created local Safety Council was
Of Last Resort Completes BHS Homecoming event. scorer, with 48 points, and a Yds!. penalized 40 O. parking. by hedges and double .advised to work closely with the

Coach Hobbs says his boys are In J I powerful runner, chalked up the Fumbles 1 11 6. Double parking. city police and safety commis-

good physical condition, too. Tornado's six points when he Fumbles lost 0 0 I Nettles, new manager of I sioners and to emphasize the fact
To Present 7.
Investigation Case Soon of drivers
; the Brooker_ State_ uu _Farmers____,___ _Market ___.- to stay that they are not trying to show
Florida Bond Sales is wearing a big smile these within marked boundaries as they any authority but are only tryingto
I Bob Rhay (right), special investigator for Argosy Maga-Volume At Peak Suit Is Filed days, and no wonder: rounded corners and stopped at help.

zine's Court of Last Resort, bids farewell to Marion S. Cor- Show Increase The State Road Deportment has traffic lights. Pat A. Miller, president of the

I bin at the inner prison gate through which Corbin hopes to announced that bids will be re- 8. The school crossing in frontof Safety Council, has announced

'walk,-a free man- as a result of recent investigations and On 6th Auction W. B. Sewell, Bradford County To Settle Issue ceived December 22 for hard- the high school. another meeting to be held some-
; bindings. Chairman of the Treasury Sav- surfacing the area surroundingthe Lt. Hagans said that Policeman time in the near future, with the

[,"> In connection ,with the case were ings Bonds Committee, announces t Brooker market.( Cornelius Moore, was doing an excellent location probably changed from
Rhay completed' his final investigation "favorable". that bond sales 'in Bradford Coun- ; L. H. Lewis, manager of the job at the school crossing, the U. S.: O. to some other placeto
in Corbin'* behalf in Of Pecans Here"I Of Johns'TermThe
|the period between:NOT. J2th and The Court of Last Resort was ty were $2.812 in October and State Farmers Markets, is advertising -j'but that he needed assistance. be announced.The .
born five for the state were 4,771,252 which for-
when for bids on materials
'20th and the case la nowTIn'the years ago mystery

,-hands jof T, A.)Yawn, who 'has heard writer, Erie Stanley Gardner, don't know where they're all armed includes services$419,000 and allotment civil service for I question of whether or not a 76 x Brooker 122-foot extension to the Specialists See Benefit Of Liming
r{ the appeal of an innocentman present platform.
volunteered to perform all legal *,
coming from, said market man- personnel credited to the state. there; will be an election to fill
rervic "without who had been convicted of a Nettles foresees another bumper -
charge In bring- ager M: R. Judd as volume at the Florida sales for the the unexpired term of the late
'ing crime and determined to help past yearto crop of spring vegetables in the
the results of the
investigation sixth auction held here this Governor Dan McCarty next And Of BerriesSpecialists
before the State Board of him. He discussed his plan with pecan date are now 39 1-( per cent year Brooker section and is pleased to Early Fertilizing
will heard Supreme
Pardons or>possibly the the publisher of Argosy Magazine season exceeded by nearly 10,000 ahead of the same period last be by the Florida' know that these improvements will
reopening sale. Court at 2:30 Mon-
pounds previous Mr. Sewell p.m.
In circuit and together they worked out a any year reported. be completed in time for the next
( : court. The exact
day, Kov. 30, in Tallahassee. from the Agricultural specialists said that they
,proce/hirejo be followed has not plan of operation,.for the Court The sixth auction; held Nov. 19, marketing season.
State Rep. Willard Ayres of Experiment Station in Gaines- observed aphids in some fields and
.yet.be0a Since that, lime, J7 persons, convicted at the Starke market, saw 42,748
determinedYawn said
Arrested OcalfJ has asked the court to ville were here Monday for the recommended use of one per cent
Corbin and his. next, door'neighbor of major' crimes, have been pounds of nuts_ old',a {an average Nugent Rites SaturdayFor
clarify once and for all the "con- purpose of checking up on experi- Parathion dust, from 20 to 25
;; Olftude James released-Jrom'jpriBonTaa a result of 15 1-2 cents' to bring growers
McCooI. were of information' uslorj7[ and chaos" that exists in Miss StricklandFuneral mental plantings of strawberries pounds per acre, where needed.It .
convicted in circuit court I revealed by thejCourt'a $6,491.95.Prices _
here fort.ht.1O the winds' of the people becauseof on the farms of Pete Griffis, Luther was':also advised that Chlor-
j .Investigations. In York
t murder of Claude .! The New '
'charred" body I thoroughness with which the in- on most varieties declined .conflicting opinions as to services were held Sat- Hilliard, and L. U. Morgan. done bait be used where mole

-the r 'baCk"seat Ot'McCoolVaatotween was found on i vestigations are made is shown by from fractions,to several cents per whether". Sen. Charley E. Johns urday afternoon at Hope Baptist Following their inspection of crickets have started showing up.

--, 'bd'be ""parked"be-- thQ*fact, that' only 17 ',have been peond. 'The- most notable excep-< Paul:Nugent, wanted, for grand: serve*"las'acting-5ov rnor until Church in Theressa for Miss Ethel the th&g*experimental plots If was I Those making the inspection .... '

the two men's houses and freed of the more than 20,000 ape"eats nion was Mayhans which soared larceny in Bradford County, has the remainer of the full McCarty Strickland, who died in Atlanta, stated that at the Morgan farm, here Monday_ were R. A. Dennison -

burned., Corbin has steadfastly received by the court. Ap- from 21 1-5 cents at the Nov. 12 been arrested, by, the sheriffs of- term is up in 1957, or only untila Nov. 18. Rev. W. E. Hall conducted where the pH factor was around 5 and C. B. Hall, horticulturists:

denied taking part in the murder. neals that are obviously without Bale"to the season's high of 25 1-2 fice of Syracuse, N. Y., accordingto successor can be elected by the the services. Interment was in (l indicating too acid soil) a marked P. Decker, pathologist; and L. C.

While the men were tried togetherand merit aye dropped after the first cents. The popular Curtis variety word received by Sheriff P. D. people next November and take Hope Cemetery, with DeWitt C. improvement was shown in the Kuitert, entomologist. They were

both sentenced to life imprisonment nJ'tf"1iminary. investigation, Rhay dropped slightly from 17 to 16 1-2 Reddish this week. office in January 1955. Jones Funeral Home in charge of rate of growth of plants on the accompanied on their inspection

Rhay maintains that said. cents for the 10,307 pounds offer- In a letter, the Syracuse sheriff Some lawyers have advised Act- arrangements. Pallbearers were plot that was treated with lime. tour by County Agent G. T. Hug-

the transcript of testimony indi- "The first in a series of articles ed. notified Reddish that his office ing Governor Johns that the State her nephews.Miss On the Hilliard farm, where the gins.

cates a "weak case" against Cor- >n the Corbin case will appear Inthe Stuarts were second in volume had arrested Nugent, white, about Constitution does not require he an is Strickland, the daughter of pH factor was more favorable
that :
bin. He also said that polygraph January issue of Argosy, due with 10,139 pounds, but the aver- 30, on a warrant charging him as election next year and the late Allen O. and Sarah (around 6), there was no notice- Cattlemen Dine

(lie detector) tests given Corbin on newsstands around Dec. 8. age price of this variety slumped a "fugitive from the State, of entitled to remain in office duringthe Strickland, was born in Waldo, able difference in growth of planson
the full McCarty
I remainder of
I to 16 cents from the previous Florida". March 10, 1894. At the time of the limed area and those on un-
term. They base this contentionon 1 I On Beef FridayThe
week's 21 2-3. Sheriff Reddish had previously her death she was a member of the limed soil.
ambigious wording of the Con- ;
Nuts classified as Mixed totaled mailed a warrant to the Syracuse I Jackson Hill Baptist Church of On the Griffis farm the fall
stitution that apparently can be
Mrs. Allenhas W ..; 2,869 pounds and brought an average sheriff, charging Nugent with clarified only by the State Supreme Atlanta. She was a member of the rains had caused the soil to remainso Bradford County Cattlemen's -
of 12 1-2 cents I as comparedwith grand larceny. This warrant was Court. Pine Level Church before movingto wet that no satisfactory con- Association will meet Fri-

a 14 1-2 cents on returned to Reddish when Nugent Atlanta, where she was employed clusions could be reached.On day night to enjoy a barbecue
I lotto t r,:r. 3 ', Nov. 12.Randais. average who had formerly resided near Attorney General Richard Er- by the Marcus Loeb Co. for 30 the dinner and hear reports from
Morgan farm, it
a r vin of State R. A. was
: Syracuse, was not located. Secretary Gray, years. cattlemen who attended the state
totaling 2,869 pounds According to the letter from and other lawyers maintain that said, berry plants that were fertilized meet recently held in st. Peters
brought a" 10 2-3 cent average; the Constitution does require an She is survived by three sisters, soon after setting showed ,

be previous week 14 17. the found Syracuse and arrested official on, Nugent Nov. 19.was A election in 1954 to choose a gover- Mrs. Mabel Sullivan, of Starke, markedly better growth than those I burg.Time of the meeting is 7 p.m.

Tesch stepped up in volume federal judge released Nugent nor for the last two years of the Mrs. Nellie Oliver and Mrs. Ruby that were not fertilized until mid- I The place is the Lion's Den. All

with 1,037 pounds sold, but took I.'who refused to waive extradition, :McCarty term. Brailey Odham, Shattler, of Jacksonville. October. .cattlemen are invited to attend.

thankfulfor. a tumble in price from 12 1-2 centsto 'I.under $1,000 bond pending a an unsuccessful candidate for I

r 7 3-4 average. hearing set for Dec. 19, the letter i'governor in 1952, has already paid I
The his qualifying fee as a candidate FHA InitiatesI a'J
high of 25 1-2 cents paid stated.
for Mahans was due in part to Nugent is supposed to have ob- next year and it was accepted by'

() their scarcity. Only 11 pounds of tained under false pretenses the Secretary of State.

;ibis choice variety were... offered. around $100 from an employeeloan Other prospective candidates. Large Group
fund of the Humphreys Gold including Sen. Leroy Collins of
and she is Volume is expected to continue
Corp., where he was employed. Tallahassee while convinced an
good at the next sale which will
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election must be held, are appar-
K be held Thursday, Dec. 3. Of r New r Members
Recent BirthMr. ently awaiting the outcome of the

Supreme Court decision before
Pay Phone In USO and Mrs. Charles M. Schne making a definite announcement. r

ider of Denver, Colo. announcethe Acting Governor Johns has said Installation ceremonies for a

Parents of teenagers will be birth of a daughter, Diane that in listening to lawyer friendshe large group of new FHA memberswere

Lena Allen anJ nterested to know that a pay Lynn, on Sunday, Nov. 8, at St. has become "more and more conducted Tuesday, Nov. 17,

Fluffy ohone has been installed in the Joseph Hospital, Denver, Colo. convinced" it will not be neces- in the home economics room at
pet dog USO building for their convenience Mrs. Schneider is the former Miss BHS.

stand In front fOperation a Ji getting messages to and from Freddie Wimberly. (Continued on page ten) Officers of the chanter at-- the-- s

Chicken a a their children while attending activities present time are: Norma Gonzalez, ; Trt'

Coop" a projectundertaken in that building. The new president, Barbara Norman, vice
by phone number is 9106. S president: Martha Winkler, secre- y '

friends to help out Union Thanksgiving Service *3ry, Bernice Thomas, reporter;

Beverly Jo Crosby, treasurer,
when the Allen!
were several cases "off in their .. surer. .r+
needed it most. original estimates, but then Eleven delegates from the chap- r,,,yea

i.who was in a hurry anyway? After 1. ter attended a district meeting in 4

all those Saturday fishing trips Gainesville last Saturday and

When Lena Marcotte Allen, of I<(thinking in terms of taking over and golf games could wait a few brought back with them much -.: t. k
-f.1-: .t g
her husband's duties as breadwinner helpful information. Y
the little community of Hillcrest more weekends. This project was
Just beyond Keystone Heights on for the family. Since she already something of real importance. Besides the officers membersof R :
widowed had one chicken house in t J1 t the chapter at the present time
Route 100 was recently At length the hand of fate'moved -
in which she raised are: Faye Hudson, Mary Ann
by the death of her husband, Francis operation-one in and changed the picture
she decided Motes, Connie Harley, Ruth Bur-
1,500 qhickens- -
she didn't throw up her handsIn somewhat. Instead of expected
that another chicken house ney, Delyne Crews, Helen Hicks, _
despair over the longterm pros- years of lingering illness, Mr. Alen's -
be at least a partial answerto Eloise Dobbs Juanita Blount _
her- might
of living for
pect providing a condition took a sudden turn
John and her problem. This is where her Betty Starling, Sandra Chambers,
self and two sons _
young his
in. for the worse, resulting in Rose Popham Opal Hicks,
friends came
George. death last September. But the Blanche Andrews Gloria Warren _
Nor did friends and Before "Operation ChickenCoop"
work ,on Operation Chicken Coop Kay Rowland, Jackie Prevatt _
former fellow employees of her was over so many "hands"had went right on, for the men realiz- Sandra Strickland Gail Rowe
late husband stand by with helped saw lumber and drive e !
idly ed that now :Mrs.Allen would need Martha Van Landingham Clara
that it is difficult now to
cllld In- nails
sympathetic tongues. their help more than ever. Douglas, Carol Ann Pickett. _
stead, all decided to in remember just who started the
they pitch
60 Maxine Andrews, Lu Vivian
At last the 30 x foot structurewas Green R _
and do something to help Mrs. Al- project. But by the time It was
complete and Mrs. Allen was Nobles, Ginger Jones, MarilynCox
len help herself. And so "Opera- completed those who could take _
ready to expand her chicken busi- Frances Douglas, Marcia
tion in the finished task included
Chicken born. pride
was ness on a modest scale. As a sort Kay Hazen Nancy Bates, Sylvia _
In these days of doubt and mistrust many members of the Aliens'church
November 26 10:00 AM. Andrews, Melissa Stallings, Barbara -
of others,,when the milk of members of the Keystone of hobby and to augment her in-; Thursday, _
Thomas, Judy Cason, Bernice'Thomas
come, she also operates a small
Club and the in-
kindness Lions ,
human often seems curd- Heights' nursery, selling potted plants and Sermon by Rev. Raymond MacBIain Fay Paulk, Marcia Kay
led the valid'man's fellow employees of
by hard crust of cynicism, I Hazen Ann Ruth Crosby.
mostly by
and the du Pont flowers
it is reassuring to find flourishing Humphreys Gold

in our midst a small example of Company.As Allen takes a courageous SPECIAL MUSIC CEMETERY WORKING

the beat advice yet given to man 'work on the king size chicken attitude regarding her future and Polaroid 1-Mlnute Photo by tb Te1e* aph-

*T>o unto others coop' progressed the Saturday! that of her growing sons. In spiteof o Presbyterian Church Choir All interested persons are ask- Scenes at recent Future Homemakers of America Initiation per

When Mr. Allen, a long-time employee afternoon hammer-and-nail ses- her recent bereavement she ed to come on Thursday, Dec. 3, emonies at BHS are shown above. At top: Vice President Barbara
of Humphreys Gold Corporation .. sions took on a' kind of social at- feels she has much to be thankfulfor prepared to stay all day and help
Thanksgiving Offering Will Go To Children'sHome Norman (left) reads the pledge to a class of new members. Lower
was forced to quit work mosphere with the men estimating this Thanksgiving. High on clean old Mt Sinai Cemetery.
photo shows of new members being served punch following
some months ago doctors and the time it would take to finish the priority list, of course is the Society Jacksonville Bring tools and lunch. If you can't I group

friends all expected a long periodof it by the number of cases of soft thoughtfulness of trusted friends come and help, please send contribution -I; ceremonies Norma Gonzalez FHA chapter president Is standing

invalidihip. Mrs. Allen realized drinks they would consume before who came to her help when she PUBLIC CORDIALLY INVITED to :Mrs. C. B. Roberts, com-' center, !(n. Zylphia Lewis borne economics Instructor, is standing at

then that she must start, tie end. Rumor has it that they needed it most. mittee chairman, Graham, Fla right.


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BRADFORDCOUNTY E. L. MATTHEWS 'Boone's daughter, Virginia in Tal- C. and Ann Harvey, .Cecil j..0' --.- --- n ___ ____.' __._ _..-......... ..-.- -J""L-- .-, Ii

EDITOR S HIGHLAND lahassee.Mr. Hardee,'Ellen Norman; Homer and
e VIEWPOINT PUBLISHER By Mrs. Lacy Norman Fort Lauderdale and Mrs. Elbert returned Griffis home of Maudie and Shirley Smith, F. 29C SALE EAT BUY NOW I II

" ,; TELEGRAPH Tuesday after attending the funeral M. Herndon and Larry Norman
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASunday of Mr. Griffis's mother. Mary attended the meeting at :Middle- I

a. m.
I Herndon of Jackson-
FuUfened every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida, under each Sunday. Worship service 11 ville spent the weekend with his
the Act of March S, 1879. a. m. and 7 p. m. Prayer meeting parents Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Herndon FILL DIRTGOOD
each Wednesday 7 p. m. Teachersand
at 7 Suwallilee
day p. m.
returned Thursday from Hilliard
r Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hardee and where Mr. Norman is employed. TOP SOILSee I
children Helen, and Marcia
r' Theodore Norman, Sara and
As They See Our Greatest NeedIf spent the weekend in: Callahan as Leonard Norman were in Jackson-

I guests of his I>Brother-in-law and ville on business Friday.
sister the Oscar Vansans. Edwin Griffis returned to Fort
there was ever any doubt that the which would attract tourists make them BILL JACKSONJackson
Miss Noretta Vansan ot Callahan Bragg Saturday after attendingthe
people of Bradford County think an adequate want to stop, look and stay would be a spent the weekend with Helen funeral of his grandmother Transfer Compan; 401
hospital is .th&.most .pressing need pf ,%; worthwhile city and county cooperative un Hardee..i !l '. '* ,. Ii Mary:Griffis.Lacey ;: -. ,. ..J I '. PHONE
present time, that doubt would have been dertaking." 0. E. Gorrell. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Boone and Norman is hunting near Phone 165PowerFlite El: CALL tore i

dispelled by reading the replies received by "Starke has one great need which will I daughter Edna left Wednesday to Callahan. E. C. Harvey spent ST. 345

the Telegraph last week in its annual Turk- continue to hinder_ the_ growth, _. of_ our townuntil III ...
. ology Contest, some farsighted individual or group I CECIL DOUGLAS, Manager
The question was asked: "What do you takes the necessary action to alleviate this
consider the greatest need of Starke and problem. The need to which I refer is ade- DELIVERY SERVICE *

Bradford County?" All but five of the many quate housing facilities." -. Mrs. Doyle E. !
Now We reserve the right to limit quantity
entrants placed hospital facilities at the top Conner."I Dodgebrings
of their priority list From town or rural think the greatest need of Starke and Prices Good Fri., Sat., November 27, 28

route, a vast majority of the answers were Bradford County is to give the ones livingin you

pretty much the same. Here are a few: the county a greater opportunity to makea I
"It appears to me that the greatest need living without having to go to some other We Will Be Closed ThanksgivingLONG

of our county at the present time is the pro- county to make it." -Annie Mosley. Newest, smoothest, most powerful of all transmissionsI

. posed county hospital In the last issueof "The one greatest need is to keep working
the Telegraph is was stated that a vote by together to make our city secure in the event I ISLAND
the" freeholders will be neccessary before the tourist business should fall back in this Lbs

further planning can be made. This will administration." Mrs. Marian Howe. POTATOES 10 29C

be an opportunity for each of us who is These and many other good suggestions

eligible to help this wonderful project to be- indicate that our people are thinking in

come a reality. Mrs. N. S. Dankel. terms of improvement and progress, whichis a ,

"Many times, the distance of 40 or 50 certainly a wholesome indication of high MY.T GOOD GA.

miles and the time necessary to get there community morale.

means the difference in whether a person The only significant need that it occursto MEAl 5Lbbag 29C
lives or not. The greatest need of Starke us was overlooked was the need for zoning

and Bradford County is a hospital." -1\Irs.\ rules and regulations, both in Starke and

Ruby Strickland."A likewise along the most-traveled highwaysof

hospital would save many lives in time the county. This is a need that is at last TURNIP, MUSTARD OR MIX 'EM!
of emergency" Mrs. E. W. Allen. receiving some attention from the city, and '
"It's true we need more school buildings will eventually have to be faced by the Boardof /ge cans

but what good are they when the very ones County Commissioners on the county level. '$/Dcxtg loyal V-1 Club Coup with. COLLARDS 3 29C
tfepp d-4ip 15W.-P. led Ram V8line.
build them for hurt sick and It is a tremendous task and presents
get or .
we pos- many Spedficotiora equIpment! and prim subject| to(hang*withoul notic! *
sibly die for lack of a hospital to care for tedious problems, but there is nothing to ,

them? I love Starke and am proud to raise gain and much to lose by merely postponingthe

my children here, but I do think it is disgraceful day of reckoning.- The longer zoning is Fully Automatic. Fully Proved !

for a county of this size net to havea delayed the knottier the problems that will Pitchers New Pure Cane
hospital' Mrs. R. E. Mundorf."A eventually have to be untangled.In I NEW '54 DODGE v-a WITH POWERFUTE DIM SETS 12 OFFICIAL AAA RECORDS fOR SPEED AND PURE LARD
well built and ,well equipped hospital view of the announcement last week by SYRUP
with adequate, space would enable us to the Hospital Board of Trustees that a freeholder In official AAA tests, covering 6576 miles automatic transmission on the road today.of .
have the best of doctors located in election would be necessary before Come take PowerFlite drive in
very' our continuous night-and-day driving at top a a new No. 70 $1.10 2S Lbs $4.75
midst, who could'' take care of all patients revenue certificates for construction of the speeds, the 54 Dodge with PowerFlite '54 Dodge!Discover the newest,smoothest,
locally. In case of accidents or emergencies hospital can be sold, it is encouraging to see shattered every existing record for cars most powerful of all automatic transmissions.

they could be cared for quickly and effi- that so many of our citizens recognize the in its class and division. .No clutch to press, no gears' to shift!

ciently, thereby saving lives." Mrs. W. G. ne \for more adequate hospital facilitiesand Here is final, convincing proof that And try new Dodge full-time Power Steer

Haile. are ready to come to grips with the prob- PowerFlite gives you dependability.and ing, too. It's the latest, greatest develop. FOR BABYS GERBERS

"The first need of Bradford County is a lem.It performance unmatched by any other ment in steering ease!

larger hospital in order to take care of the it takes has been lot the of experience effort in the past that Pow rFEt.and Peww Storing art optional tquipm"'rf.Their Moderatexfro BABY FOOD 3 jars 29COLD
a to
Fred needs of our growing community." Mrs. election. The problem is put not over so much a bond to corf brings lading rtwarrft in driving pfoanir.

Haislop. get folks to vote "for" the issue the real I '
"Our greatest need is a hospital so that the problem is to get them out to the polls to NEW 54 GLORYPORK

sick people won't have to go to other cities. vote at all.There .

A good hospital would also be an added in- are some 2,600 qualified freeholders m&t7e&M! & BEANS 3 cans 29C

ducement to help attract new industries. in Bradford; County. In order for a bond DODGE

Joyce Ward.This election to "carry", more than fifty cent F,'.
per ,
sampling of public opinion ; JIM DANDY With Groc. Order $5 or more
these freeholders must turn out at the I GREAT SERIES
Ing the needs of the county is most signifi- polls to vote. Then, of course, a majority of ROYAL y.. CORONET M AM SIX MEAOOWBROOK y.. AND SIX pounds
cant. Although opinion was overwhelmingly iTS 5 29CPREPARED
those voting must approve the issue in order
in favor of additional hospital facilities as to the election.
carry The
the No. 1 Need, there were other good sug- will not be to get a majority problem,of we those predict -i HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.
gestions, including
: voting to vote "yes", but it will be to get .
"Aside from a county hospital and a wider the
necessary 1,300
or more to make the
Call Street, which projects are now pending. effort to vote at all. PHONE 69 600 TEMPLE AVE. STARKE FLA. MUSTARD 2 29ct

I believe a planned beautification program is That is why we think the interest shown

our greatest need. It would be a direct in a hospital by our contest writers is so

means of stimulating the growth of our coun- encouraging. If it is an indication of what .
ty seat which, in turn would
attract pay- the people of Bradford County
rolls to our community. Since this would and if ,they are willing to back are thinking their rvaFJ.ttA"X ; k:, MORTON STAY SOFT SUPREMESALT

benefit every citizen in the area, the develop- thoughts with action, we may still up get our Y(e, i'h %MkWw'.S M y M'a Nt wC':' Fw'X-? YO!.: OLEO
ment of eye-catching, imagination stimulating
hospital in spite of this stumbling block that
approaches to Starke from all directions_ has been thrown in its way. Lb

..Y..YY.Y.Y..YYYYYY In the Maxville Baptist Church on three, and Tommy none. Next 100 Ibs $1.75 gc
Sunday, Nov. 22, by Rev. Taggart, time In
they better come by for me quarters with $5 order
LONG BRANCH the pastor. The newlyweds will reside and Til show them how to fish!
I In Lawtey where Mr. Waters Bessie Strickland and .-
is employed at the
by Mrs J. L. Strickland store. Lawtey drug Lang were in Starke, on ,business

and Jimmy LangAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I Stork Notes last Mrs.Friday.Jim Austin While who there informed we met us .;f.'p.... .. ', "'.":>. i J"rw RED HOT MEAT SPECIALSTender

A I Mr. andMrs. Frank Carter an- that Jim is on the sick list. G';_il': .'.. c.. ; --
nounce the birth of a son on Nov. This .
Godwin week Nellie Wilkinson, j.
18 In the Orange Park Hospital.Mr. -
Miss Rosa Lee Godwin and Bud and Mrs. Willie Padgett arealso Jim and Bessie Strickland are oh ."}' .'. ,
the sick list. Nothing out of the PY,, J enln .f Good Chuck Fresh Ground Pure Pork
+wxnwv.R :nAT
were united in marriage receiving congratulations on
the birth of a son. ordinary for the women, but it's L Pan
really news when Jim is sick. ROASTLb
All services at Ebenezer Church SAUSAGESUGAR
fASTJAFE Help last Sunday were conducted by We hear all around us thatfolks' THIS/
Raymond Carter In the absenceof hens aren't laying, but we *3 *
Child's Cough Rev. Jones. The Long Branch have no complaint about ours. iii7W 1tee' LOW I Iil 39c Lb 49c
Church reports an increase in the of the old gals are almost ,
For coujhi and acute bronchitis due to number attending service, with completely Cndressed, but lay -
cold you caa now get Creoaulskmspecially 57 in Sunday School. The Union right on. We sold 11 dozen eggs -. -. ..._ '3..
preparcd Chi1drca in anew Meeting will be at Maxville Friday last week, besides all we used. :
sad blue package and be sure: "JO BfSI" CONTEST I LOW PRICE f; '
(l) Your child will like it. I and Saturday of this week. Our April pullets are laying about CURED 1 to 3 Lb. Pieces

ingredients..(2) It contains only safe proven Everyone invited. home,half head,of so them.you We see have we have about som'e 60 STARTS NOV. ]1S" through Dec. 15 Lb
Marion Wilkinson visited I SMOKED BACON 39C
(3) It contains no narcotics to disturb -I loafers yet. They'd better smartenup Winners to be accounced i
nature's folks last weekend and got In a t
processes. if they know what's good for 9S 1
(4) It will aid nature to soothe and little hunting on the side. Winton them! DEC. 22nd!
heal raw tender inflamed! throat andtuoochiat
membranes thus relievingthe Parrish of Lawtey spent the week There are so many wild hogsin 4 154 Itmiix DvMmMio '
cough and promoting rest and end hunting in West FlortOa.! A this neck of the woods it I MfcU. On.each to the Kit le.r wind*!. i69 IL
,sleep. Ask for Crcomuhkm for Ctildrca seems N..i 50 tmMMft .act. recei.. |.,.ar .vppl .f "All" Me h
: ia tho pink and blue package.CREOMUCSION. few days ago Richard Lang Ger about everyone has a claim on walking. M.d.r for.wt .atk..
Lean Tender Good All Fresh Lean
Pig Pork
tie Faircloth. and Tommy Lang them. Part of one litter of pigs .. .. .
C C. IM 'W* IH| Ma (** fea
got fish hungry and went to the belongs to one man, and part to ,AULLJ...... .feU."w M-wruf* to vi*.. .put.a...< wpm MeatSTEW Shoulder
creek fishing. Hear that Gertie another they say. Nobody .M... of you.., .f HH...rids.i TM> MM.M.<.tUna. ttfrtkM matt
FOR CHUDUN .i. Mil lmT l* r (le ntiMtM fe ROAST47cLb
......... ... .
knows limb i | < tuna sew W MilWnfcm
film*ccw Glk Ante 2w.tboi I caught five little ones. Richard what hogs belong to who, I.*...M tttvft. p tfty
-4MUMW ri ;JW** will kt IM. I. aw d 1m UNMif THE BENDIX
but all want them caught! So Jim Wwiif At Mrtiot p.aw1 -.. TMT tfltj IMHt k* p*.
...... -- -..- 1.1 Ifil r Strickland is making trap etwW M MM *M ILtujH, fee. ;U. 11U, K W ,Mm< U MM Lb
pens wM DIALAMATICAmerica's I I 39c
and trying to catch the hogs for
fionn&ete nt_ly these folks. We wonder what success ---- -'"
he will have and who will t. tuuTiFui maws n. TIME-fAYING "

,' claim them if he catches any. We 2. noutiMiit 1:. USOt-JAVINO Lowest
know Sidney Harris has a large I I MECHANISM 11. AUTOMATIC WATER
\ \ number of hogs in Black Creek a. rtvf.mt WAUAMTY WllnEN LEVEL Priced J Washer in theAutomatic SMOKED SAUSAGE OR .

The Missus Keeps Posted 1 because they come to our house 4. SUMI-ACrTATOI 14. uc CAPACITY pound '
sometimes and are In Sidney's. WASHING ACTION 1$. HEXATUIJ KNOIX DEER WASH 1 Field BOLOGNA 29C ,

mark. But the others well, t. COMPACT SMCI. .
SAVING '. VACUUM CtY WO Sew tw ov-laWr Stt dotfw cftwitf,
Brer aba .w'tketridtf was Looks like ta. figured I ttOI someone else can decide whose t. ECONOMICAL TO 17. WNITEI UIGHTEt than tw bile,! H. Dtaiamatk i* np0d end
ch.r UIII they are. fUlCHASI CLOTHES portoUt txodly righi for ih. mail ha .i
tccout of needed some "r-aP
last BM
Cato[ year on
paitatflt. And fft ttnJix end
rftttiBf, U'K.af ia tt. p&aUpped that postcard in Ue last STUDENTS!-Ask for 1551that's 7. IOW-OPERATING COST /. UNDIXWASHfDOOTMS LAST LONGER Mw......CM i*and s.. It todayl quality thwgh
mt 1M MkcM k* Mea sort UtehofUtUn.- I. WtlNKlIfltH O.OTHES
If. SAFE POI All THE NEW Fresh GroundHAMBURGER Tender Fresh
your special
of leery aboat r Tiaj .i letter From vbere I sit,occasioaal brook. At point by Ester- .. KOAIAWATnUWAWATOIAINIMG WONOEI FAMICSSO. BENDIX DUOMATIC -'
t.Basil cMck...k a pod tkbg.Owekpa County Tele SIMPLE-A CHIu)CAN See th. (reot MW tl. Hn. _
At first ihe'd ask If I mailed o*Jut how tolerant we arethem graph. 10. AUTOMATIC OTEIATIOM ontATi -shele"" drii<).lh'" 49995 BEEF LIVER

,thea.doublt-check III.J coat of other people's preferences ad WTTMWTWIMWTTTVTTTT.WHEEL Let Your BENDIX Dealer .p b1tis't.,-ati.1I.lI r'C'in_ene. .n I'0 in.-.11
pocket at night She atopped tastes for example.I like a glass Help You WIN! ....., I. bolilYintI ONlYSUI Lb 33c Lb 43C
that, and I figured she was conol1teer with aupper.-1M' WEEKLY
eider bat if I to -
Tinted I'd learned my lesson. prefer ever try --
Then yesterday, I got a post switch yea to my choke, simply"address ::;
card at the office in a familiar *me with a reminder of [ SAFETY MM ELECTRIC SERVICE I LARGE FRESH ROE

handwriting.I turned it over and you rights.Coprrifht :I
by golly it was from the Missus flll ALL is all you pound
herself I It read: "Thanks, Joe' rJoe 1it4U/(. need for Home 29C
for mailing my letters." Well Starke Tire Sales Phone 166

,1953,United State Brewer Foundation AAAAAAAAAAAAAJ A laundry 222 224 Temple Ave. U. S: 301 Starke, Fla: ... -.. ''J'''' s9'. T'' _. ." -_ -. ". '--'
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spending the Thanksgiving holiday Jimmie, Mrs. Elmer Lewis and HOUSEWIVES! Ask for 2668 195J. Dated this 13 day of November.ceased.'late of said County, to the I I the claimant and shall be sworn toby
yyyyyyyyyyyyyvyVYTVYYVV (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 1S5J. the claimant, her attorney, ant
estate of
In Miami., daughter, Wanda, of Starke were that's your special point by Ester- Clerk of the Circuit Court (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby: ; Niedelmaa de- any such claim or demand not so
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dyal who shopping In Gainesville Saturday Tele- By Marian. L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Clerk of the Circuit Court c''Urty Judge or Bradford County, filed shall be void.
HAMPTON brook. At Bradford County Florida, at his office in the court
11/13 4t 12/4 By: Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
-, are employed at the Farm Colony The Young People of the Bap- graph. 11/20 4t 12/11 house of said County at Bradford. Flora Nledelman. As admini-
strator of the Estate of As
tist Church and several guests NOTICE TO API'E.RI. Florida, within eight calendar
have -
secured room there and
a executor of the Last Will and
I by Mrs Wm. W. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'AAAAAAAAAA along with their Rev. Bob NOTICE .FO APPEAR Clrealt Court. Bradford C..t,, NOTICE months from the time of the first Testament
will be home only on their day off. pastor Florida: la Caaaeery. I publication of this notice. Each of Walter Niedel
Gray held a la Clrcait Court. Bradford Coaaty Henry Grady Moore, Plaintiff Invitation for bids. Material claim or demand shall be In writing man deceased.
Mrs. Jessie Chastain entertainedat Fellowship Party : vs. millwork -
I florid la Caaaeerr.W. lumber hardware roofing:, -
Marrietta Moore, Defendant. [ and shall state the place of i First publication November 20.
a Stanley party Friday night Friday night at the home of Mr. D. Hutchens. Plaintiff vs. Willie concrete reinforcing: steel, residence and office
Case No. 10.191 post address of U53. 11/20 4t 111I
Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth, Mrs. After the sales talk by Mrs. John- and Mrs. Topsy Brown. Hutchens, Defendant.Case No. 10-189 Notice T. Appear.To I electrical building,, plumbing approximately for constructing 76 ft. x-

Marshall Matchett and :Mrs. :Marvin son the Stanley saleslady, Mrs. Mrs. Jessie Chastain is drivinga Notice To Appear.To : Marrietta and address Moore, whose residence 122 ft., shed Unit No. 2. Erooker
is: Unknown.
hostesses at a : Willie Hutchens whose residence State Farmers Market Brooker
Williams were
Chastain beautiful You I
served refreshments.Irs. new car. are
hereby notified
and address is 126 N. W. : that a
: Florida. For details write State
I Stork Shower Thursday evening I. Carlton Chastain won a Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas and Boulevard Winston-Salen, North suit against for you:Divorce in the has above Deen named filed Farmers' Markets, Box 1191 Winter -
at the Community Center, honor-I Carolina. Haven. Florida. Phone 3666.
prize for being the first one at family have moved from Main Com and cause and you are required -
You are hereby notified that a 2t
11/20 11/27
Ing Mrs. Robert Cox, formerly the party. ),{rs. Ena Narworth street to the Knight property.The suit for to serve a copy of your answer -
or pleading to the complaint
Miss Sylvia May Beautiful bo- won the door prize and.Mrs. W. little son of Mr. and Mrs. Divorce on the Plaintiffs Attorney, NOTICE TO CREDITORS
quets of the season's flowers and W. Hammond won a guessing has been filed against you In the Evan T. Evans. 103 Law Exchange (1933 Probate Act, See. 119 120)
Ralph Pearsall has been real ill I I above named Court and cause and
Building, Jacksonville I* The Court Of The County Judge,
lace table cloths were the decora- of
game.; with a coldMrs. you ae required to serve a copy Florida. Bradford Coaaty, Florida,
tions. Games were played and your answer or pleading to the and file the original in the office of la Probate.In .
Mr. and Mrs. W. N Jackson the Plaintiff's
Frank Johnson was in complaint on
prizes were won by Mrs., Lynn and family were recent dinner Palatka Friday afternoon. I Attorney: J. Donald Gibson 226 or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on re: Estate of Walter Nled Tman.
E. Forsyth Street Jacksonville, Deceased.
Hall and Mrs. Donald McMahone.
21 day of December, 1953 j I
Refreshments were served to about guests of their son and daughter- !olr, and Mrs. John Hammondoft Florida otherwise the allegations of: sale To All Creditor and Persons Havlag $19.95 NORTHERN AUTOMATIC"Eft'ctRIC
11 apd Mrs. J W. Jackson and file the original In the pfflce of CWoaor, Demands Agala.tSaid
+,laWfjMiry: : I Complaint will be taken ,
35 guests. Mrs. Cox!*wis tftsf Crystal Lake: guests of the Clerk of the Circuit Court 'on as confessed .- Estates r ," trh

cipient of many beautiful gifts. of Starke. their parents at lunch Saturday.The or before 14 day the of December 1953: i This by notice you.shall be publishedonce You and each of you are hereby BLAICET1'WITH

Mrs.-/George Saxon is ill with Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Wattersonwere 5th Sunday Convention of otherwise the allegations of said each week for four consecutiveweeks notified and required to present any
;! in Gainesville Monday.. the Christian Churches will beheld Complaint will be taken as confessed In the Bradford County: Tele- claims and demands which you. or
the flu. graph. either of have against the1iEXNS0ld1
:you may
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen by yon.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hicks Jr. in Hampton on Sunday-Nov. This notice shall ..e publishedonce THE PURCHASE OF A
spent Thursday evening with son, 29. each week for four consecutive
are the proud parents of a 7 lb. Eradford County: Tele
Raleigh Brannen and family. weeks In the 9 CU. FOOT
Mr. and Mrs. Joe of New
Nov. 21.
I 7 0%. son born ,. graph.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Knabb, Mr.
Dated this 12 day of November,
Mrs. J. G. Adkins and River spent Wednesday morning
Mr. and ,
I and Mrs. Charles Hodges of Mac-
Mr.. and Mn. Emory Prevatt and clenny were Sunday p. m. visitorsof : with the J. G. Adkinses. TTYTTTYYvvvTVvvvvTVvvv Admiral Electric RefrigeratorWITH
children spent the weekend in Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Mrs.
I McCullough were
and Mrs. Jake Rowls and
fir I Estelle Chesbrough and children, EXPERIENCE COUNT AUTOMATIC DEFROSTER
Misses Louise Adkins and Peggy
mother Mrs. Rowls and little
Mr. .. andfrs., .. Jim McCullough: of
Hinson were business callers- in grandson of Gainesville visited the --- --- ---- --- If yon need a truss or surgica VISIT OUR STORE AND SEE
Sampson City, Mr. and Mrs. AleePope
Gainesville Monday.Mrs. .
John Blackmans Sunday. and baby of Starke and support you cannot afford t* THIS AMAZING OFFER TODAY

Bertha Mullins left Friday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis Marilyn Southerland of New take a chance with year health

night for her home In Pontiac have returned to Texas, where fitted.
River. by being Improperly
Michigan.Mrs. Mr. Davis Is stationed after spend- AT
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Souther- Here at Canova Prescription
May Sweeney and daughter ing a 3 weeks furlough with parents .
land of New River were Sunday have trained technldans
Connie Thursday night Mr. Davis and S. J. Osteenof
spent' guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe For- GOLDKIST PECAN GROWERS
both male and femaleto
with her sister, Mrs. C. L. May Palatka called on the John syth. I EASY TERMS

and attended the shower given for Blackman Sunday morning.Mrs. SCHOOL NEWS serve you.Remember .

Jessie Dowling of Daytona health and
Mrs. Robert Cox. ; your

MiSFes Ruth Sibley and Florrie .and Mrs. Pearl Croft of Olustee Nightingale The filmstrip has stimulated on Florence several comfort depend on expert 321 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.

Gnann of Theressa attended the I were recent guests of Mrs. Jessie of our girls to think .of nursing \ a p

shower at the Community Center Chastain. PHONE ,
Swindell as a career. Several books on fitting.CANOVA STARKE,
Thursday evening.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy of .student nursing are being placed NOTICE: We will be closed all day Thursday,
J. E. Adkins and grand- of Starke were Sunday guests '
I in the library and it is hoped Nov. THANKSGIVING DAY in respectto 80 FLA.
Miss Beal are the H. E. McGee's.Mr. PRESCRIPTION CENTEI
daughter, Joyce girls
the Hampton
and Mrs. Edward Saxon and that some of our Pilgrim Forefathers and their Faith in

of I I will eventually become graduate PHONE 4202 God and
TYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYStarke daughter, Gail, were guests Country.
nurses. Near Hospital) it I /
Mr. and Mrs. :Marion Crews at', Charles McCullough attendedthe (

the State Farm on Friday.Mr. funeral of Miss Ethel Strick- Gainesville, Fla.lAtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. I
and Mrs. Wiley Williamsonand ..- -- -- -
land at Hope Church Saturday '-. .. ., ,- '- _: : -T ;; ; / : :
a L S children were Sunday guestsof afternoon. The Williamson chil-
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Smith in at
dren visited Shirley Smith

Highland.Mr. Highland on Sunday. Elbert Her-
and Mrs. F. B. Hall of Friday
was a visitor at -

Tire Sales Gainesville their sister were, Mrs.recent Vernon guests Slade of sey night. Bobby Savage went Tliebestofevevgthinqr

with his father to Citra to buy
ALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAMONUMENTS and family and mother, Mrs.'Fan- !fruit.
nie Meads
The seventh grade has been
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Brown and
practicing football every day. We '
son attended a family picnic on
that several boys from out
Crystal Lake Sunday. .
school will be first string football -
Mrs. C. L. May and Mrs. Robert
LOWEST PRICES I players when theY' get to
Cox were in Gainesville Saturday. includes
FINEST QUALITY! Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Meads of high The eighth grade has made a ,
Jacksonville visited the Vernon
No Extra brief study of the life and worksof "
Charge Slades and Mrs. Fannie Meads William Shakespeare. They ._ -. ,,

For Setting In Or Near Saturday, read the dramatic version of "A .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardmanof I
STARKEWrite Midsummer Night's Dream". To
Jacksonville were Monday
increase the understanding of this
guest 'at the M. L. Watterson .
drama Mrs. Perkins read to the

i Nd.6LJT Mr and Mrs. Gene Clouse and and class Mary the prose Lamb.version Because by Charles of her On Thanksgiving, you want the best r ;_, :' ,_ ,'_ _

children of Bradenton visited theDon

Hills ,Sunday.Mr keen Shakespeare understanding Mrs.of Perkins,the worksof has of everything for your family and guests. ,

and Mrs. Vernon Slade
her class with a love
For Free Folder
were recent business callers in
of the classic Naturally that includes Coca-Cola ,
Gainesville.Mr ; 9 ..
ATLANTIC MEMORLM S.INC?, There were 440 meals served in
and Mrs. Wiley Williamsonand
ESTABLISHED,,\po! lunchroom last week.The I
0 I children were'guests'' of the our served frosty cold in its own bottle. F
children who are under-weight are r N'TL
715 roust ST. H. C. Smiths in Highland Sun-
receiving extra milk each day.
JAClSONYtLI, R.OaIDA day. Put "Coke" list J V
Every child in school has been ,.'f on your
I Mr. and Mrs. U. D.Dyal son,
accurately weighed and measuredin 4 Nl

order to understand their health

". needs. t':.
We are enjoying fresh string
.... fo' beans and delicious squashes from .

HalL We
the garden of Mrs. Clyde

..., WiFE. like to get produce from our community -

.,.. tl gardens.The .
10.f Of seventh and six graders \
) A SCUES. have made pine cone turkeys for 1

i o.J Thanksgiving. They are quite at-

t (( Y tractive! ,

J \ The sixth and seventh grades S'f 1 /r

\. presented a play "The Thankful -

Pilgrims" at the Thanksgiving J

\ assembly on Wednesday. They also

recited Thanksgiving poems .

and sang songs. The pupils in Mrs. r f '\ .

Sullivant's and Mrs. May's rooms t I I b
\ \ "
tn also contributed to the Thanksgiving r
i \
program. Rev. R. C. Gray was .
t our guest speaker on that occa- r r ,

sion.Mrs. 1 I1 l 1I /
May will spend Thanks- I rl ,
giving in North Carolina. r \ 1a
The boys and girls in the second .. "

grade are celebrating birthdayson \ \

Friday afternoon. They are tI JII T a t 4 Ter

r .. Lancing Hersey Joyce and Kathy E x 1 t t ,

Conklin and Marcia Griffis. ,,.., 1 ll
Eighth Grade Personalities I tE;=*! .i. .gB ; ii k
Audrey Raley is the daughterof :
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Raley of i3c l 1 ;Q i : i ii4 l

Theressa. She lives with her parents ..9r ; /i

o and a brother and sister.

Audrey is a member of the Hope

Baptist church and takes an active : V t

part in all the activities of .T

the church. She is thirteen years t

old. weighs ninety-three poundsand ,
1n. 9
LAPHERYes Is five feet three inches talL

She likes all sports and especially

swimming. She dislikes washing

dishes. Audrey plans to be a secretary 1e

when she finishes high


Our mimosa tree is slowly shed-
slap her obsolete small
ding its leaves. It and the dog- ? 1 Ii

electrical appliances in the ash wood are the deciduous trees on ;.
1 /
can-and buy her some gleaming our campus. All of the rest are y-
The clumps of mari- ) ; .
'-1 new ones...the kind that "think golds on the south side of the M: tt1 "iV/:

for themselves.." building add a golden luster to 1 M1fy r 1 ,.

IgcltatF' our landscape.Miss Yy hh I -

Bell and Miss Thompson of yll '
the Children's Bible Mission visi- "

fl ted our school last Tuesday and l

gave awards for Bible memory
Toasters,roosters...percolators, work. 0 a '

coffee makers...radios dodo-yw, Iris McCullough visited her .'.
and down the Ed .,
en on long long '
1 grandparents at Sampson City last
small electrical oppEances keep,CO.
Saturday Ruth Perry went to
-giving-long after CnnshnQj. \, 1I.
Palatka last Saturday and to

Gainesville on Sunday. Raymond
Moody visited his sister In Jacksonville -. aI i.
r I .
last weekend, Last Sat- )
UnetyrfbO'/ urday Emily McKinney went to ,, ... J
Palatka and Willow Ruth Ham- } ,: -, _,,-' ..<:: ,:-- '.,,
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Figure k dm way.*Divide mjkil mond went to Gainesville. -" -- --.-Y3. \-, '

by 30 4&1'-.... by all ; { ;,j,

dlc Jobs I do.Y04I'U let.., 6 Stenos! Ask for 1555 thafsyour -" ,
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folk ia florid. $t crone '
special point by Esterbrook.At -. ": .
electricity than people ia
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Bradford County. Florida. I will
apply to the
Series OFPreNuptial For Wedding PartyMr. Annual Weds Mr. WilliamsIn IB Probate.In A. Yawn, County Judge of Theron Brad--
Re: Estate of Annie A. Frazee. ford County, Florida on December
PartiesMiss Christmas BazaarThe Deceased. 2!, 1953, for approval of the same
and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. Kingsland, Ga. \'otl.. Of Flllnjf Petition For and for final discharge as administrator -
entertained at a lobster dinner Final n..r Of of the estate of Ansie A.
Kathleen Judd, whose mar- Women's of Trinity Admtnl.tr.tor Fraxee. deceased.
Auxiliary Miss TO
Evelynn Newsome, ALL WHOM IT
party Friday evening at the Gui- daughter MAY CONCERN: :
riage to Maxie Carter, Jr. was don Grill Church, Melrose, will give its of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Newsomeof Notice is hereby given that I'' November 25, 1J5J.'s .
has following the wedding have filed my returns as administrator / / A. j. Thomas, Jr.
an event of Monday evening,
annual Christmas Bazaar in the Starke
rehearsal and Morris Eldredge of the Administrator
at the Baptist churchof estate of Annie A, Frazee. of the estateof !
Gladys Mooty been the inspiration for several Maxie Carter,' Jr. and Miss parish house, adjacent to the Williams, son of :Mr. and Mrs. J. deceased; that I have filed my peti Annie A. Fraxee. deceased.
lovely' parties during the past I.!. 11/27 U 12/18
Kathleen Judd, whose building, on Thursday, Dec. Williams of Waycross, Ga., -
Phone 35 marriagewas
1 I week. an event of Monday evening.The 3. Doors will be open from 11 were married on Tuesday, Nov. -- ----1r 1u -?
I j The L. F. Dinkins home on N. dinner table was centered a.m. until 3:30: p.m. to welcome 24, at 4 p.m. in the First Baptist
Church street was the scene of a with handsome visitors and also offer for inspection Church of Kingsland, Ga. with E
Miss Kathleen Judd Weds Maxie Carter, Jr. delightful miscellaneous shower yellow chrysanthemums.arrangement of and sale a wide variety of unusual Rev. Hubert Etheridge, pastor, STARKERADIO

Thursday afternoon, Nov. 19, and useful gifts. performing the ceremony.The .
Church I Monday Evening Among the 25 guests were Mr.
In honoring Miss Judd. Hostessesfor and Mrs. J. B. Spencer of Orlando Coffee and sandwiches will be bride was attired in a pink & TV
inter- the affair were Mrs. 1. F.Dinldn served from 6 to 8 gabardine suit, with which she SERVICE
A lovely 7 o'clock candlelight the cake was pink tulling parents of Miss Judd, Miss Betty p.m.
Mrs. R. V. Turner, Mrs. wore black velvet accessories
Monday evening In the spersed with pink carnation bIos- Fortner of Bradley Junction, maidof A bake table will be the projectof anda
ceremony Baptist Church united J in SOIJl!. Three-branched candelabra J. R. Chasteen, Jr., Mrs. W. H. honor, and Mrs. Wallace Faulk the Young People's Service purple orchid corsage. Reasonable Guaranteed

First Miss Kathleen Judd, holding burning pink tapers flank- Smith, Mrs. Dave Paulk Mrs. G. and Mrs.: C._H..Dittma.t...Jacksonville -League, assisted by Mrs. John Immediately following the ceremony ,Service
marriage JK :led the centerpiSeeM1DSlg4>'* Wfc Mathews, tsIL-Brown1te, bridesmaids Moor itl'XM. 'JameTsfewart.n( <' '-Mnand'Mrs., Williams left On All '
daughter trf Mr, --.andj.Mrs. oJ:. : and other Makes Radios "'-
of Orlando and Maxie I pink roses were placed at Intervals Mrs. A. E. McKinney, Sr.. Mrs. members of the bridal party and Serving as general chairman of on a wedding trip to Virginia and n- or TV
Spencer of' Mr and Mrs. around the table. Silver coffee B. T. Thomas and Mrs. Jesse New- out-of-town guests.Children's the bazaar is Mrs. Gene Hise, upon their return will be at hometo .
Carter: Jr., son I
at each end of some.A president of the friends in Lake City. : IF YOUR
Auxiliary. Committees
Mule Carter, Sr. of Starke. OfficIating ,, services were RADIO OR TV SET IS
at the double ring ceremony the table and silver trays held yellow and green color schemewas PartyAt are: Luncheon, Mrs. Nich- Mrs. Williams is a graduate of NOT
Rev. L. D. Haines, decorated cakes, mints, and sand- carried out in the chrysanthemum olas Burson ana Mrs. James Rein- Bradford High School, attendedthe YOU :
was wiches. arrangements placed at Ensey Play LotAn hart; Dinner, Mrs. Wallace Doy- University of Florida, and was SATISFACTIONCall :
church pastor.The vantage points in the party rooms. ing, :Mrs. employed by the Santa Fe Tele- E
Mrs. L. F. Dinkins greeted Murry Sipprell, Mrs.
church was guests and introduced them to The tea table was overlaid with a old fashioned picnic was Earl Eland, and Mrs. Ovid R. phone Co. in Melrose.Mr. I 198-W At Once

pedestal baskets and of carnations pink gladioli in- the receiving line composed of white Madeira cloth and centered J I served the hildren on the Ensey Gano, Mrs. Gilbert Allen, and Mrs. Williams graduated from E .

mums, roses M-. and :Mrs. Spencer, Mr. and with a silver container holding an Play Lot Tuesday afternoon at Florence Janes; Plants, Mrs. Claremont Ware County High School in Way-
..' terspersed with a1ms.in A cathedral myriadof Mrs. Carter, Sr., the bride and artistic arrangement of the yellow the end of an hour of choruses, I. Tolles, Mrs. Cecil Hook, cross, Ga. and served two years in 228 E. Call Street Next Door To Nasworthy's
lighted pink tapers the armed services. He is em-
Mrs. chrysanthemums. Silver can- flannelgraph illustrations, music and Mrs. Walter
Miss Betty Fortner, McGee; Needle- .
candelabra casta soft glow over Wallace Faulk Mrs. Dittmar and dle holders with burning green and stories. Mrs. Hipple was as- work, Mrs. Allen Graham, Mrs. ployed by Hercules Powder Co. in '; -: : .- Iflsf : '._ '.
the lovely setting. Lake City. _.
the flower girls. Mrs. Harvey tapers flanked the centerpiece. A sisted in looking after the children Walter Brinson, Mrs. Jesse Green, n'n

Mrs, L. A. Canova organist and McCarthy of Jacksonville kept silver tea service was placed at by Mrs. Mae Wood, and Mrs. and Mrs. Joseph Hanks; Gift ..::.. .. : .. = : 'r_'. :>- -
Mrs. L. F. Dinkins soloist rendered the bride's book and Mrs. one end of the table and silver E. Y. Berry. Table and Decorations, Mrs. John Miss Dukes HonoredAt ;

a .program of nuptial music Mrs. Hogan Smith, assisted by Mrs. A. trays held yellow and green sand- These weekly meetings are en- McDowall, Mrs. George Price, and Shower At
prior to the ceremony. N. Holliday, cut the bride's cake. wiches and individual decorated joyed by a large group of young Mrs. R. H. Kelly.
Dinkins sang "Because You'reMine" Presiding at the coffee serviceswere cakes. The trays were centered folk of primary and Junior ages. E. J. Flynn HomeThe
and the "Lord's Prayer".
Mrs. Lloyd Jennings, Mrs. with nosegays of yellow pompoms.Mrs. Starke Members
The traditional wedding marches Lex Green Mrs. Garl Mathews J. R. Chasteen Jr. greeted UDC Will Meet home of :Mrs. E. J, Flynnwas

were used. and Mrs. L. D. Haines. guests at the door and in the receiving Asked To AttendJacksonville the scene of a delightful mis-
The bride was given in marriageby With Mrs. ChapmanThe cellaneous shower
,Also assisting In' serving were line were Mrs. L. F. Dink Thursday evening
-her step-father .Mr: Spencer, .Mrs. G. J. McGriff, Jr.. :Mrs. A. E. ins, Mrs. Maxie Carter, mother of ClubMrs. Nov. 19, honoring Miss Vel-
and chose Miss Betty Fortner of 'McKinney Mrs. Robert Turner, the bridegroom, Miss Kathleen W. T. Weeks chapter, U. marie Dukes, whose marriage to
Orlando as her maid of honor. D. C. will hold its monthly meet- Ralph M. Anderson, presi- Curtis Edwards will be eventof
Mrs. Jim Chasteen, Mrs. E. F, Judd, and Mrs. J. B. Spencer, an
Miss Fortner wore a pink gownof ing at the home of Mrs. L. F. dent of the Jacksonville Woman's
December. Hostesses for this
Miles Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Mrs. mother of the bride. Mrs. R. V.
lace and net with lace bodice Chapman at the State Farm Mon- Club, has extended an invitationto affair Mrs. Thornton Johns
Newsome, Mrs. George Turner invited guests to see the were ,
and full ruffled net skirt. Her day afternoon, Nov. 30, at 9 all Woman's Club members to
Mrs. Earl Edwards Mrs. Ed-
featured full Flynn Mrs. Dave Paulk, Mrs. B. gift display which was presidedover o'clock. attend their luncheon on Decem-
fitted lace Jacket
T. Thomas, Mrs. E. W. Hayes, by Mrs. Jesse Newsome. Mrs. ber 2 at the Woman's wards, Mrs. E. J. Flynn, Mrs. M.
length lace sleeves. She carried Plans will be made for the Dis- Club on C. Ford Jr.
Mrs. Martha Gonzalez, Mrs. Garl Mathews invited guests to Riverside Mrs. Everett Williamson -
n cascade arrangement of pink trict meeting to be held in Jack- avenue, Jacksonville, Mrs. R. L Thomas and :Mrs.I
Charles Darby, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, the tea table, and Mrs. Wallace honoring Mrs. Hiriam C.
carnations satin ribbons.with showers Mrs. Wallace of pink Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., and the. Faulk, sister of the bride-groom sonville the Good on Dec. 2 in the Churchof past president of the General Houghton Emery Henderson. SANTA Has His Headquarters In Starke

Faulk and Mrs. C. H. Dittmar Misses Faye Paulk, Agnes _Law- poured tea. Serving as floor Shepherd. Federation of Woman's Clubs, and Chrysanthemums in shades of

both of Jacksonville, served as son, AJiese Lawson, Lu Green, hostesses were Mrs. W. H. Smith, who is at present assistant to yellow to bronze were placed at AT GEM JEWELRY
bridesmaids and wore identical Carol Jennings Dolores McKnight, Mrs. Dave Paulk, Mrs. H. L. Week Of PrayerOther Harold Stassen in the State De focal points in the party rooms

gowns of pink net over taffeta and JoAnn Smith, Jean Mundy, Clarice Brownlee, Mrs. A. E. McKinney, partment. for: the occasion. The beautifully The House of Fine Diamonds"
the ankle length skirts held rufflesof Thomas, and Connie Knight. Sr., and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr. Baptist WMU Week of Reservations for the luncheon appointed refreshment table was

pink shading into, rose. They After spending some time with The hostesses presented Miss Prayer program will begin on may be made through Mrs. J. W. overlaid with a lace cloth and centered -
their guests Mr. and' Mrs. Carter Monday, Nov. 30, at 9 a.m. in the Kincaid ; with the bowl II //
carried cascade arrangements of Judd with the gravy ladle to her president of the Woman'sClub punch around Santa
pink carnations with showers of left on a week's trip to Cuba after chosen silver pattern as a memento sanctuary. Coffee and doughnutswill not later than Tuesday, which was placed fern interspersedwith
which they will make their homeat be served after the meetingon Dec. 1.Following. fruit clusters. Silver
the occasion.Approximately
pink satin ribbons. All the attendants of compotes -
wore pink carnation Kingsley Lake. The bride 225 guests were Tuesday morning, Dec. 1, and the luncheon a reception held individually decorated will be in our Window every day with a

chose for traveling an imported immediately after this meeting will be held in the loungeof cakes, mints and nuts.
tiaras in their hair. The little
/ invited to this lovely affair.
flower girls, Marion and Martell burgundy tweed suit compliment- each circle will hold its business the club to meet Mrs. Houghton. -' The lovely gifts were on display Special Gift Offer for "Someone".

Faulk of Jacksonville nieces of *4 with brown accessories and a Mrs. A. N. Holliday and Mrs. session.I under an umbrella from which

the bridegroom wore gowns designed pink rosebud corsage. O. L. Haynes, Jr. gave a lovely fell yellow satin streamers. A
Mrs. Carter is a graduate of the SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY AND BE
on a similar'style to those Memorial hospital In informal coffee party Friday from I miniature bride and groom cen- CONVINCED

of the bridal attendants and carried Orange_ L ___" 10:30: to 12 o'clock at the homeof tered the display. The hostesses QUALITY HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
baskets of rose petals. Orlando ,where attended sne mierneu.the University the former honoring Miss Judd. presented their honored guest with :
Mr. Carter
Arrangements of yellow and a beautiful green and white Brad- Starke's
Dr. O. L. Haynes, Jr. served as of Florida and is now em- Leading Jeweler
ley table .
best man and the ushers were ployed with the Florida Power and white chrysanthemums were lamp.Appropriate

Bobby Biggs, A. E. McKinney Jr., Light Co. in Starke.Outoftown placed at points of interest in the games were playedduring ED SIMPSON, Owner
living room for the occasion. .: the evening and prizes
and George B. Flynn Jr. guests at the wed- were

The bride chose for her weddinga .ding and reception included Mrs. Among the 35 guests were Mrs.J. Thank goodness a long week'I into Czechoslovakia or sumpin!,, awarded to ..Mrs..Cole and Miss -., ., -. .. u .. ,,_ _
gown of bridal pink satin with Harvey McCarthy, Mrs. Opal B. Spencer, mother of the end is coming up so we can res,: Pvt. Bobby Biggs who has beer L Mary Henderson. ____ .RIIu-__ .. .-. ....- __.. __ "P

ankle length skirt of accordion Mackery, Mrs. Nan Falls, }Mr. and bride-to-be, Mrs. Wallace Faulk, of from the activities of the first of I home on a seven-day leave fromFort L Twenty-five guests enjoyed this

pleated tulle over satin with a Mrs. W. C. Broumbaugh, Jr., Mr. Jacksonville, sister of the bride- the week Social events kinda Jackson, S. C., is leaving,, delightful occasion. '

wide Inset of lace. Her; fitted and Mrs. Edwin Starling, Mr.;and groom and Miss Betty Fortner of ganged up on us Monday night Thanksgiving for overseas ,Bring The Family To TheGOLD.

Jacket of pink lace had long Mrs. Leon Starling, Mrs. W A. Bradley Junction.The .. First came the MaxI Carter, new address is: Airman 2c| Ton; Garden Club Sees

sleeves which terminated in pointsat Starling, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. hostesses presented the Jr. and Kathleen Judd weddingand B. Harding, Jr. A.F. 14414810 Clever Demonstration
her wrist.. She carried a cascade Starling and :Mr. and Mrs. Ed honor guest with crystal in her reception, at 7 and 7:30, bothof 37th Radio Sqdn. Mobile, APC;

arrangement of pink roses Gross, all of Jacksonville; Mrs. chosen pattern as a remembranceof which affairs were symphoniesin 202A, co: Postmaster, New York:, Of Yule Decorating
with showers of pink satin rib- D. B. Thomas Mrs. C. R. Whitehead this delightful affair. pink .. then the Garden Club N.'Y.'
bons. The bride ,wore ,a cap of Wallace Overby at 8 o'clock that The .
1 of Lawtey, meeting same Shi Ann Smith was hostess a t Starke Garden Club met
matching lace and tulle entwined J of Orlando and Tom Spencer of night, where Mrs. Frank Strozierof Monday evening in the Parish
Rotarians And Wives a "rags & tatters" party and out-
with seed pearls. : Miami. Gainesville showed how to House on Church street.

Mrs. Spencer selected for her Enjoy Dinner PartyAt make lovely Christmas decorationsfrom side weiner roast for her 7th grad,e Mrs. Frank Strozier of Gainesville -

daughter's wedding a brown crepe Woman's Club such humble articles as homeroom last Saturday eveninj gave an interesting talk and HOUSE

dinner dress,with velvet trim and Blanding Club sardine cans, popcorn. tooth picks- at her.. .- _home Hn. th--_ _2fl_ 0---miesta WPT-.._.,,_ demonstration on Christmas dec
black accessories, and an orchid Board To MeetThe corks, rims: from cans, etc. .. dressed in hobo costumes and refreshments orations. She showed how the

corsage. Around eighty Rotarians, Rotary Under her talented fingers they were served in cans most ordinary things around the .

Mrs. Carter was go-.yned.in a executive board of the Ann and guests gatheredin became glittering trees, snow men, .. candles in bottles helped to house, like coat hangers, tin cans,
dinner dress of smoky pink Dou- senior Woman's Club will meet the Officers Club at Camp angels, and such an array of awe- carry out the theme .. birthdaysare tooth picks, Christmas balls, and 'eltJu"tFor

pionl silk with silver and gold Thursday afternoon, Dec. 3, at Blanding last Friday evening for inspiring decorations that she held being celebrated this week by shubbery from the yard, can be
accessories and an orchid corsage. 3:3tO o'clock in the club lounge. an enjoyable dinner and stunt pro- her audience simply speechless ... Tom Long who was 14 on Nov. used for artistic decorations with

Immediately following the cere- Members are urged to attend gram. The affair was held in the Then on Tuesday night-there was 24, Vonnie Hutto was 7 and Rich- the aid of a little glitter, tinfoil

mony, a reception was held in the ,this important meeting as plans club at the invitation of Col. J. A. the Legion "Roundup" supper at ard Lee Hobbs was 7 on Nov. 26. and imagination.Mrs. A Delicious Sunday DinnerMENU I I1f
Starke Woman's Club. Forming I will be made for the luncheonat Griffin. the hall and the Shirley Pollet- Gerry Mooty will be 4 years old R. F. Young presidedover

the decorations were pedestal the Officers Club to be held The Rotary colors of blue and Reid Shytle wedding at the Tenly Nov. 29 Gary Cozatt will be the meeting and during a

baskets of pink gladioli mums Dec. 9 and also for the Christmastea gold were carried out, in decorat- home ... And, oh yes, the pre- one year old, and Nora Schaefferwill short business session she an-

roses and carnations set at pointsof that same afternoon, both ing by the use of yellow chrysan- Homecoming pep rally held in be 6, both on Nov. 30 .. .nounced that there will be a regular -
interest with palms forming honoring Mrs. Walter S. Jones, themums and blue crepe paper.A the USO all going on at one Guess it all comes under the : business meeting of the club

the background. president of the Florida Federa- large replica of the Rotary and the same time Then heading of good, clean fun! .. next Monday evening, Nov. 30, at
The bride's table was overlaid tion of Woman's Clubs. Membersare wheel symbol of the worldwide, Homecoming itself Wednesday,and At any rate, following the Carter- 7:30 o'clock in the Parish House.

with pink linen with pln satin further reminded to make reservations organization, was fashioned of Thanksgiving Thursday .. And Judd reception Monday night, Committee reports and a schoolof j
ruffles. The thre -tiered wedding for the luncheon with flowers and hung on the wall in still there are those who think life when Maxie and bride Kathleenwere instruction, directed by committee Soups and AppetizersFresh

cake embossed with rosebuds, Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, by Monday, the spacious club lounge where the in a small town is all peace and trying to make a belated chairmen, will take placeat

centered the table. At the base of Dec. 7.THANKSGIVING. tables were placed. quietude .. Whew! Sometimestwo get-away 'long about midnight, this meeting and all membersare Home Made Beef Vegetable Soup ________ 25c

George T. Huggins served as I wish it were ... the local police hauled them to I urged to attend. Mrs. T. B. Fresh Shrimp Cocktail Supreme ______-_______ 75c

master of ceremonies for the Impromptu Among those coming home for jail on speeding charges (a pre- Harding passed out the new yea' Fresh Crab Meat Cocktail ____________________ 65c

program of stunts arranged the holiday weekend are Sylvia arranged setupith Deputy I books. Chilled Tomato Juice _______________________ 15c
TIMEIS by the entertainment committee Alvarez from FSU, Judy Green Cecil Sewell) ... Hear that some The hostesses served cookies
Col. Griffin, Col. T. T. and Pat Sieg from U. of F., John- very interesting photographs were tea and coffee during the social ENTREES:
Lone and J. H. DuPre assistedby ny Kopelousos and Tommy Slade i taken of the bride and groom be- hour.JYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY1.
HERE AGAIN. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade. from Emory at Oxford, Kaspar :hind tars on their wedding night! :. Hot Rolls or Corn Muffins Served with Entrees:

Upon arrival each Rotary Ann Duncan and classmate, Carl Grayof Moms and dads of the teenageset 1. Roast Fresh Pork lIam Dressing ________ 1.50
was presented with and St. Petersburg, from Emory; will probably be glad to know
2. Chicken and Rice Southern 1.50
Style ______
several door prizes were given out University in Atlanta, Bruce that a pay station phone has been HEILBRONNby '
Mathews from U. of F. Brad 3. Roast Round of Beef Natural Gravy ____ 1.50
A TIME TO COUNT OUR BLESSINGSand during the evening. installed in the USO so they can
Locke Norfolk 4. Broiled Whole Fresh Flounder _________ 1.50
J. R. Kelly, president of the club, from Va., and Cpl. call their darlings during social Marian NormanIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
to say thanks to our friends. expressed appreciation for the fine Butch Smith from G. M. C. events there, or vice versa ... Choice of Two

work of the comirittee membersand Hear that Maureen Holley and the number is 9106 .. Hear the Vegetables

their wives in arranging the Dolores McKnight's first grade I Comer Longs have moved again Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt filled the Candied Yams, English Peas, Fresh Broccoli,
WE KNOW THAT ANY MEASURE program and decorating the club. classes enjoyed visiting the Jax .,.. This time from Clewiston to
at both services Sunday.We
pulpit Beets Fresh Turnip Greens Fresh Whole Ker-
zoo last Friday ... the only onesI 609 Okeechobee Road, West Palm
OF SUCCESS ice may attain is dependent upon are having good attendance at nal
Corn Whipped Potatoes. Harvard Beets.
could find that had any luck Beach Hear the FSU Home-
Mrs. Pollet HonoredAt School and Union
Sunday Training ,
your confidence and good will. The goods ice down in the scrub last weekendwere coming was more political than
but we'd still like to see each of Choice of Salad
Shower Fain Bateman footballical, if know
PartyMrs. Jimmy Red- you what I
sell and the services offer would be value- these grow. If you have not
we dish, and D. L. Thomas who each mean .. Dave Simpson and Doyle
how about coming on Tossed Fresh Vegetable Salad Peach with Cottage
less were it not for friends like you who think Shirley Pollet, whose mar- got a spike ((2 Pt.) buck .. see Conner were among Callstreeters out and joining us. Sunday Schoolat Cheese ,
riage to Reid Shytle of Orlandowas the J. B. Browns have rented the who took in the festivities ..
enough of us to visit our store and trade with usSOII'E I an event of Tuesday evening.was Ray Rodda house on Cherry All that commotion on Kingsley 10 a.m. and Training Union at Desserts

the honored guest at a lovely street .. the M. J. Smiths have Lake last Friday night wasn't due 6:30.The WMU has ten active members -
< miscellaneous shower last Friday rented the to sudden northeaster ... 'Twas
Quigley "Powder a
SAY THANKS TO YOU as we and a Brotherhood has recently Short Fresh Home Made Peach
evening in the Baptist educational House" on Thompson street ... I simply the result of gales of been organized. These two Strawberry Cake.
realizing that the great- with members of the and the I. from the Cobbler
count our blessings building C. Pophams of Way- laughter emitting gay organizations meet the third Wednesday -
Business Women's circle and the Ga. have rented on at the Rotary
cross the Under- gags going I month.
in each
is the opportunity to night
est among them priceless school class hill Ladies in the Officers BeveragesCoffee
Winsome Sunday as house on Clark st. .. the Club's Night I Rev. and Mrs. Lingerfelt were

live and do our work within the American hostesses. Fred Leonhards are building a Club ... A fearless four- dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Special Blend Tea, Iced or Hot
The refreshment table was overlaid new home on the old Howe properyt some, composed of Red Griffin I,Mrs. R. L.Reddish. Sunday afternoon [
scheme of liberty and free enterprise. with a beautiful hand made on Water street ... the old I (Col. J. A.), Telfair Long, Tom they visited little Larry Reddish -

lace cloth and centered with an''I story house, formerly occupied J Slade and George Huggins com- j, who is convalescing at his "Specialty of the House"BROILED

artistic arrangement of yellow and by the Raif Alvarezes, corner of I bined efforts to keep things hum- grandmother's, Mrs. Maude Nor-
WE PLEDGE OUR BEST efforts to white chrysanthemums in a silver Lafayette and S. Walnut street, ming ... Hear that highlights of I man, in Starke. BEEF TENDERLOIN STEAK

want to be served and to senda container. Yellow tapers in silver is being torn down to make room !the evening were the spraying of I Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Normanwere French Fried Potatoes
serve you as you holders balanced the centerpiece.Silver for another filling station ... Mr. Doc. Covington with a can of I'' business visitors to Gainesville Tossed Green Salad Roquefort Cheese DressingHot

wish "From Our House to Yours" and you i compotes held open-faced and Mrs. Adam Green are moving whipped creair by his good wife Friday and to Jacksonville Rolls and Butter. Coffee or Tea ___ 1.95
sandwiches, cookies and mints. from their home out on the Rai- Mary (all in fun. of course Doc ---

to, may have much to be thankful for this year Mrs. Leaton Morgan, Jr. pouredtea ford road to an apartment in the"was well protected with bathingcap \Monday.Mr.. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp visited

from a silver service and as- Green building on N. Walnut and coveralls) ... and a daring in Gainesville Sunday.
to relatives
and in the years come. AS ECONOMICAL Because JVe Give
"!tins : in serving were Misses street. contest between Doyle Conner I I This community was saddenedto ,

Pamela Faye Lawson and Joan Marion Howe, C. of C. secretary, and Harmon Morgan to see who learn of the death of Mrs. Alice AS YOU CAN SERVE

Furlong. is telling a good one about a could stuff the most inflated balloons Oliver, sister of Mrs. Sue Sapp, /2 PRICE
I Approximately 40 guests attended tourist who stopped in her office I into the "longies" they were list week. THE FAMILY AT

ullingtonSTUDIO R this delightful occasion. last Saturday after reading this: I wearing (over their' clothes of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. dark and TO CHILDRENMake
course) ... Everybody had HOME .
paper and asked Marion if the i a good Mrs. H. C. Martin entertained Sun-
\VSCS NoticeCircle town's business men were all oi I time even the contestants -I d'y with a birthday dinner honorin -

AND GIFT SHOP foreign descent after scanning the I hear ... ?! Billie Martin on his 18th ann1I Eating at the New "Gold House Restaurant" a
one of the Methodist scrambled business names in th Well ... don't let that turkey I v"-ry. The bountiful dinner was Pleasant Habit.

Starke. Fla. church will meet Tuesday morning Turkology contest on the Ias1 get you down ... so long .... See I rerved out of doors. A large Starke, Fla
105 W. Call St. it 10 o'clock at the home of Mrs page! Guess he must hav< you in the next ... crowd of friends and relatives
Hogan Smith on N. Walnut street,thought he had suddenly steppe 1( -carolyn l"'t"'t''ed to help Billie celebrate. I

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Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham and I W. H. Edwards of Atlanta, Ga.I Mrs. Dale Van Sickle returned. George Anderson returned home graph.
to of
you are required serve a copy
family and Mr. and Mrs. Herb I spent the past week with Mr. to her home in Los Angeles, Calif, Monday after an operation in St. Dated this 24 day of November. your answer or pleading to the

Thomas and daughter Kathleen,i and Mrs. Frow Strickland.Mr. on Saturday after spending the Luke's hospital last Wednesday.Mr. 1951. complaint on tke Plaintiff
) Charles A. Darby Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr.,
are spending Thanksgiving weekend -i and Itrs. Crosby Dawkinsand past month here with Mr. and and Mrs. Jimmy Moore and Clerk of tne Circuit Court Starke Florida
at their camp in the Scrub. daughter, Janelle, and Mr. Mrs. George Anderson and her children Tom and Maria, are By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk and file the original In the officeof

Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines and Mrs. William Boyd and infantson mother, the late Mrs. W. J. Ep- spending the weekend in Atlanta 11/27 4t 12/18 or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Courton

will have as Thanksgiving weekend Billy of St. Petersburg are person Sr. Ga. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. .NOTICE 10 APPEAR 28 day of December. 1953;
guests, son, Lewis, and daugh- spending the Thanksgiving week- Miss Marjorie Hewett will leave Edwards. Baby daughter, Sally !. Clrrult I.Court. Bradford COBBtT.KUridat otherwise Complaint the will allegations be taken as of confessed said-

.,,, I ter. Helen, from Stetson and :Mrs.B. end with Mr. 'and Mrs. W. H. for her home in Denver Colo. on Ann, is spending the weekend Charles E. Arnold Ckaaeery.Plaintiff TS. Eva by you.
< F. Haines of Winter Park. Nollman. The Nollmans also are Thanksgiving night after ten days with her grandmother, Mrs. Louie Ruth Arnold, Defendant.Case. This notice week shall be published
:Mr and Mrs. T B. Hardingwere Mrs. I. G. Harris and son, Gary, Get Your Hallmark Christmas i having as Thanksgiving day visit with her niece, Mrs. Lloyd Belle Thede, in Jacksonville. Notice T. Appear.To No. 10-106 once weeks each in the Bradford for four County consecutive Tele-

In, Jacksonville Saturday are spending the weekend in C'ardsMe Selection Is CompleteAt guests Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews Jennings and family. BOOKKEEPERS! Ask : Eva Ruth Arnold, whose resi- graph.
where Mr. Harding atended the Broxton: Ga. with Mrs. Harris1 Bufflngton Studio & Gift Shop. and daughter Mary Carolyn, and Miss Pat Sieg of Gainesville was that's for 1550 dence and address is: 32 East Mc- Dated this 24 day of November.
Shrine ceremony at the Temple. parents Mr and Mrs. Eric Moore. Miss Shirley Carpenter spent Mrs. J. M. Mitchell.Mr. the weekend guest of Miss Carolyn Esterbrook.jour At special Bradford point County by :Millai You are Street.hereby Cincinnati notified 19, that Ohio.a (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

:Mr.. and Mrs. Charles Hardy George Flynn; Jr. of Tampawas the weekend in Tallahassee as and Mrs. Henry Baker of Edwards.Mr. Telegraph.Mr. suit for Divorce Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy home for the weekend. guest of Miss Barbara Jean Ha- West Palm Beach spent the week and Mrs. Charlie Parker of has been filed against yon In the By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.
above named Court and cause and I 11/27 4t 12/18
and Mrs. X. M.
and families spent Thanksgivingwith Mrs Effie Johns was the week-- fele. They attended homecoming end with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mc- Daytona Beach and Mr. and Mrs.T. Smith and

Mrs.. Charles Hardy, Sr in end guest of Mrs. Jessie Sapp at festivities at FSU. Kinney. F. Hutto and family of Jack- family and Jerry, Henry and

Gainesville. Raiford.Mr Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump and Rev. and Mrs. T. G. Mitchell and. sonville spent Thanksgiving with George Bolden of Opalocka spent

Order Your Photographic Christ and Mrs.. Jim Chasteen Miss Lillian Stump are spending daughter, Barbara Jean are at- Mr. and Mrs. L.. S. Hutto and the weekend at Salt Springs. Truly ExpertRadioAnd"

inas CardsNowBafflngton Stu4I.1 spent the weekend at .St Augustine Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. tending a Thanksgiving family family. I Ii i (

4 Gift Shop % ft* BeacU M. 4I\ A TS ohh -GmEn''te'DchlDckriee1 reunion akthSrhonie; Jt'V.,> 1tz. vFtfends .of Lonnie Harley will NOTICE TO APPEAR I
IB .Bradford
Ga. chelTs mother, Mrs. J. T.:Mitchell be glad to know that he"'returned' Florida I. Chaacerr.! "* Conntr? \ I V

Sue Duncan of Gainesville is in Homeland. home Monday after being a pa- Charles A. Elagini. Plaintiff vs. '

the guest of her cousin MargaretRose Shop early for Xmas. Your tient in St. Luke's Hospital the Loretta Biagini Defenda Case No.'it. 10-205. SERVICE

Duncan, for Homecomingand patronage will. be appreciated at past three weeks. Voiire To Appear.To .
Lena's. Mrs. Robbie Shaller and : Loretta Biagini. whose resi-
FLOR1DASDedicated Thanksgiving.Mrs. Mrs. dence and address is: 560-40th SL,
Gertrude Linsin of Philadelphia Mrs. Ethel Craig of Jacksonville Bill Tilley and children visited Mr.: Brooklyn, Xew York. ALL MAKES ALL MODELS

Pa. is visiting her son and Beach and Mrs. Ethel Fowler of and Mrs. Don Ray Tilley in Jack- You are hereby notified that a
suit for
To Service family, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Linsin, Jacksonville are ThanksgivingDay sonville on Sunday. The Ray Til- Divorce FREE ESTIMATES CALL 239|
Community through the Thanksgiving and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vic leys will be Thanksgiving day has been filed against you In the
"Movie Are Better Than Ever"If above named Court
cause and
Christmas holidays. Frees. guests of the ShaHers. you are required to serve a copy of Most Experienced @ Finest Equipped{

you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Friday and Saturday Specials, Mrs. W. H. Edwards m. of the Mr. and Mrs. Eustis McKnight, your answer the or pleading to the complaint
on Plaintiff's
Satisfaction Guaranteed
and dresses, atLeila's. State Farm the first of the daughter, Dolores and Attorney 6
1 rack coats, suits spent son David, Samuel W.
Getzen P. O. Box 81
cut ad out and present it to Box for FREE
, week in Orange- Park- ---- visiting'.----. _'Mr.0 ._-.-'are spending the Thanksgiving Gainesville, Florida

Sat. Nov 28 ONLY I Sun., Mon Nov. 29. 30 Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Baker and and Mrs. W. H. Edwards, Jr. weekend in Manning, S. C. with and the file Clerk the of original the Circuit in the Court office on of Chas. C.
M family spent the weekend with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Moyer and relatives. or before the 28 day of December. Shepherd

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE AUDREY HEPBURN and Mrs. West 'Knadle and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Moyer of Jack- Friday and Saturday Specials, 1953; otherwise the allegations of I
said Complaint will be taken as con Radio TV Sales & Service Seat Covers
AND 1 Ida Baker in Jacksonville.Mrs. sonville are Thanksgiving day 1[ rack coats suits and dresses, at fessed by you.
k Bertha Pearce is in Jack- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frow Leila's.Mr. This notice shall be publishedonce I ,

CUNS.; fuopucnon rXMN sonville from Wednesday to Sat- Strickland. I and Mrs. J. L. Cole and weeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele- '- '.:'::':.i;- ;. :-:: ....:...: -=.--:.. :.-- ..' ";" ;<,- > ':,t'l': .,;.

r urday visiting Mrs. :Mary Lane Mrs. S. C. Stallings and Mrs.R. i family are spending Thanksgiving .
I They're Buckin l' and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ensor. On S. Johnson of Jacksonville are i in Tampa with friends and rela -

\\t ;The Deadlie5t. r Saturday Mrs. Lane and Mrs. Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. tives.Mr.

i_? i Gunman On Plus -w w Mill Scream artooa; Pearce will go to Jessup, Ga. to and JoIrs.T. C. Stallings.Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mizell, lone

The Afun J, and Latest Wold News. visit Mr. and Mrs. W. G.' Godwin and Mrs. Charles Meyers Mizell, and Mr and Mrs. A. L.

until Sunday.Mr. and daughter Sandi, and Butch I Alvarez and daughter Irma, spent 't This Christmas Give ,'

I MRS. CARRIE INGRAM and Mrs. Paul Raymond are I Smith from Georgia Military College the weekend in PerrY visiting Mr. d
spending the weekend in Waycross, are home for the Thanksgiving and Mrs. N. J. Alvarez and family I
ii i Tues., Wed Dec. 1. 2 Ga. visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. T weekend with their parents, ..

Shiver and family.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith. I Mr and Mrs. G. S. Brown hadas

and Mrs. Carl Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews at- weekend guests Mrs. H. J. 1 i Gift lorn
Am wwl
son. Curtis,.spent the weekend in tended the Shrine convention in Glasow of Cocoa., Mr and Mrs. W. Kt WMU

Tallahassee attending the FSU Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. M. Oliver of Orlando and Mr. and
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Homecoming. and Mrs. H. C. Hitch are Mrs. J. B. Sevens of Plant City i-

e spending Thanksgiving day In who all attended the funeral of
3e Mr. and Mrs. A. P.: Sauls are I
i having Thanksgiving dinner with Gainesville with Miss Mary Dem- their grandmother, Mrs. Alice kJwoli r

i.w- Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Renner in aree.Mrs. Oliver.
(Al11a/SllEti/ ayI rrrONfEDMTI$1S Gaiesville.Mrs. E. A. Winkler Is spendingthe GOT GIFTITIS Stop worrying.

t I Plus "Every Dog Has His Day" R. C. Weaver, Sr. of Miamiis weekend in St Petersburg' Give 'em Esterbrook matched Pen DESK SETSSo

Cartoon and Latest World News. spending this week with her with her sister THrs. Kitty Hop- & Pencil Sets. Only $4.60 at Brad-

--- AND daughter, Mrs. Hogan Smith and penstedt.Mr. ford County Telegraph. smart, so practical BO economical and so

MINE WITH Thur.. Fri -- Dec. 3. 4 family. 'and Mrs. Ned Yancey and ,Sheriff and Mrs. P_ D. Reddish THE PEN personal, too. With each of these Esterbrook
Desk Seta have full choice of the world's
family are spending Thanksgivingday you
Mrs. Kate Sheppard of Winter and-sons, Mike and John, and Mr.
I largest variety of point styles. You can per
with Mrs.
IRON DOOR Yancey's mother and Mrs.
is home for the Thanks- I Chester Andrews spent for the
sonalize each set with the right point
Mrs. J. P. Stevens in Sanford.Dr.
giving weekend with her family the,weekend in Cedar Keys. and remember all points
Starring Arlen and Parker Middleton:I way they wrfye-
W. E.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Sheppard. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Reyes and son. renewable.
Plus "How To Keep Cool1 Cutoo* i are (
have as Thanksgiving day guest IN THE STYLE
GIiT Shop early for Xmas. Your i Steve, of Jacksonville were over- /J
and Chapter No. 5 "Radar Man and
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Middleton
will be at
patronage appreciated night guests Saturday of Mr. and
From Moon.* -- dtJ. T 1\E S Leila's.Mr family, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Budd Mrs. J. C. Sapp. YOU WANT 2668 General Writing 444 DESK PEN SIT-

and,Mrs. Gene Petcher of and daughter Patty, Mrs. Ellen Mr. "Ink-Locked" bate
and Mrs. B. T. Thomas,
F. M. GARRETT diti x 4 (Piet>w Dowling, and "Mrs. Delia "Wellam, TI.' 111 hold 40 times more ink
Jacksonville are Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Thomas and .than regular fountain
Plus "Timid Scare Crow" Cartoon all of Jacksonville. WITH THE POINT
of Mr and Mrs. Dave for
guests Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw and 2048 ShodedWriting monk without ire
Paulk. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis are '
families are spending Thanksgiving YOU WANT
spending this week in Atlantic Ga. inf.In black and colon.
at their camp in the Scrub.
i Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hazelwoodand 5315 and $423
Mr. and 1.rs.-C. H. Walters of
2284 Stub
family are spending the Signature
Jacksonville and Randall
Thanksgiving weekend with their of Starke are Thanksgiving Chitty ." ., )
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Miller guestsof : .+.. .'.-' j _
F and Mrs., Clara Hazelwood in De- j 9460 Medium Manifold 4 .
Ar ;

Funiak Springs.We .
:/. i
have many gift items for '. ; '

JI Xmas Leila's.ose.,our lay-away plan, at 3's. 2556 Fine Writing '

Mr. and Mrs. J. Dorr Smith of

El this Dorado week with, Kansas Mrs. Smith's are spending mother Colors To Match 2550 Bookkeeping

OPENS AT KOCH'S FRiDAY MORNING l spent, Mrs.Tuesday W. L. and Blair.Wednesday They all at The Office '

I the Middleton cottage at Cedar FurnishingsMaroon 2314M Medium Stub 325

Keys. and
Mr. and Mrs.,Don Champion and I i :
son of Ocala are spending the Brood
BIGGER and BETTERWE 9968 Writing
Thanksgiving weekend with their Green

parents, Mr. and Mrs Al Hart- 407 DESK PEN SET-
Holds two fall ounce of
mann and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cham Gray ink. Ink apply sJway
pion. 1555 Shorthand visible. Fill it once,
Walnut I write for months. In
BRING TO YOU JACKSONVILLE PRICES The M. L. Lawson H. A. Law- black only. '

son and Ewell Lawson families at- \ Black \ _

Shop At Home Without Pushing and Rushing tended church homecoming in Antrarndale at on the Sunday.Mr. Baptist. \, 21-Inch TolbolContemporary .t 9550 StrflBI Bookkeeping DESK 112 FOUNTAIN SET-Taper-end PEN $300

console ft finished \ teLLV B Esterbrook Fountain
and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez were
in grained mahogany; Pen in heavy porcelain to
in Fort Myers over the weekend 1554 Clerical! bae. Permanent
grained oak extra. ius$4 00
visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Al- trou finish in .

OUTSTANDING VALUES varez. 215362'f i $ 5 J colon.
$ 00 I Prices shown Includ F.E.Tu
Capt. H. H. Adams was home

Come In And Look for the weekend and Mrs. Adams
returned to Goidon Ga.
Camp Chas. C. ShepherdRADIO
with him and both will be back for

Through Our. COUNTER Thanksgiving. Mrs. Carrie Adams
stayed .with her grandchildren, Tkq ; ;

John, Jane and Bill Adams dur- Sales & Service am t. -: ,,
ing Mrs. Adams' absence.

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of! Phone 239 Starke Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.
Dolls Doll Beds Doll Strollers ,
/ Tampa spent the weekend with!I

Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. j I

WITH MATTRESS METAL W. Kincaid and also Mrs. A. c.1 L&&q

98c $1.98! $4.98FOOT Durden who is some better after 1

being quite ill during the latter DK

part of last week.
UP TO $19.95 Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Haile, Jr. TARKE fL .'
Give them gift they'll
and three children Linda Sue, ape
Sandra, and Carol, of Miami are predate every day in the

BALLS % Price LAMPS 2.95JVhile spending the Thanksgiving holiday Fri., Sat. Nov. 27, 28 tari year. Give them an Ester- &
with the senior Hailes. II I El brook Fountain Penwiththe

We hare many gift items for My Pal Gus specific point made to .

They Last! While They Last! Xmas, use our lay-away plan at With Richard Widmark and match their kind of writing: J ,

Leila's. Joanne Dru L 11
Mrs. M. F. Brown was in Tallahassee -

CHRISTMAS GIFT Thursday to Sunday visit- I!: ANDPowder the most personal
ing her daughter, Florence, and I| RiverWith ,

Gift attending the FSU Homecoming I i Kory,Calhoun and Corinne -
Wrapping and
FOR MEN LADIES INc festivities.
I Calvet in all
S. Vander-
Mr. and Mrs. Walter t\
Plus Serial "Lost Planet" Chap. : _
lip Jr. and daughter, Dawn, of
OLD SPICE Atlanta, Ga. are spending a week and Cartoon. I ", ".
GIFT TAGS 5c with Mrs. Vanderlip's sister, Mrs.- : i;"' the world

-.\ o SEA FORTH EXTRA Harry Mooty and family. Son., Mon. Nov. 29, 30 ) ,1f\ ". t" ., ,'zy

Don Bergh of Lakeland was the I Without \ .
FLOCKED SPECIAL weekend guest of Miss Dolores y 11 Pen and matching :

GIFT SEALS 5c e MAX FAcrOR McKnight. ReservationsWith 3PushPencil shown ., "" '
Mrs. X. M. Smith and childrenare Claudette Colbert and .. $4.60. -
e YARDLEY Prefume spending the Thanksgiving John Wayne / Other combinationseta ," '-' .s ,
40 FEET weekend with. Mrs. Smith's parents ,- '. 4''''_ ''' ,, ,
1 Plus Xews and Cartoon / to. $7.40 j: "-.'-'.' ;'' :" f'
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bolden .' J. S." ,
TINSEL RIBBON lOc EVENING IN in Opalocka.Mr. I '-4-- :. "Ii. :_ "
Christmas Points notch : :
Tues. to writingityle
Dec. 1 ONLY every .
and ...
Mrs. .
Edmond Tenly I '. .
every writing job. :
90 FEET PARIS. were in Gainesville Sunday to help Comes The ,

celebrate the 75th birthday anni- 'i
Nile Groom
CELLO. RIBBON lOc 0 SORTILEGE versary of Mr. Tenly's mother, .. .
Bing Crosby and Jane .
!. Mrs. W. H. Tenly. .
Reg. $18M Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins of : Wyman
WOODBURY I Tallahassee are spending the I I Plus Xews and Cartoon See The Wide Selection: of Pen and Desk Sets.

Use OurLAYAWAY I Thanksgiving holiday with Mr and

'. REVLON only $6.95 Mrs. J. R. Kite. Their daughter, Wed., Thar. Dec. 2, 3" II

Mary Rivers Stubbins! will be the DOUBLE FEATURE AT THE .

PLAN CUTEX guest of Jean Mundy.Mr. My Darling
and Mrs. Leslie Biggs are
hosts to 17 at a family reunion on Clementine

Thanksgiving day including from I Linda Paine, Henry Fonda Bradford County Telegraph

out of town. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon and Victor Mature

Your Rowe and Mr. and Mrs Ida Baker
KOCH DRUG STORE E Christmas of Jacksonville. ANDElopement-

Shopping Center Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wells spent' 128 West CaD Streeta.1.F

I the weekend in Davtcna Beach visIting -I'I'I With Clifton Webb

!..er. llr. and Mrs. Charlie Park- Plus Latest World News



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---- FRIDAY, NOYDmm 27, 19.53I
'YYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYY, the weekend guest of Susie Wait er, Johnnie, of Jacksonville spent I and the slate is -
now For
son: CONSERVATIONsy Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Baker of the weekend with their grand- Mrs. B. E. Reddish and: Paul clerk L.: For Mayor: O. J. Anders, and in- I HARD TO PLEASE! Give him

- .. Marion, S. C. and Wallace Phillipsof parents, Mr.and Mrs. O. J. Anders. cumbent Charles R. Shuford. For I
B"ROO.KER Dinkins, Sr. For Marshall: W. m Esterbrook fountain pen Desk
< Newport News Va. spent J. F. Kimbal of Rutland. Council (three to t* elected):
N.E-JV-S: Wait Jr. i'Thursday and Friday with Mr. and ;mont is spending some time visi- Coleman Phillips, W. P. Kemp, i David L. Shuford Winton Par- Set. Only $3 at Bradford County
By Polly .
Mrs.' W. E. Bigham Jr. For the ting A M., Blancbard. Mr. Kim- and incumbent, D. B. Thomas. 'rish, Cullen A. McSwain. Telegraph.
Bffl Haas &&&&& &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& weekend, they entertained Mrs. bal is an annual winter visitorin

SOIL Reed Mattair and daughter Rita Florida and stops for a visit
U- S. Garden Club FormedOn
of Gainesville.Mr. with his long-time friend, Mr.
Friday evening, eleven ladies .. STANDARDCurrently .
and Mrs. Blanchard, on each trip. -- .
Charley Stelley
met in the Community Center to ,.
and son, Stevie, of Ziff
z spent Corporal J. Marvin Warren
,, ..... form a Garden dub. Officers elec- spent
I ted were as follows: President, Tuesday afternoon with Mr., and the weekend with his parents,
:rySie Board of Supervisors' of F' L.. Clough, whose place is Mrs. Hewlett Anderson VicePresident Mrs. T. W. Markey. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Warren. .

the Bradford Soil ,Conservation located about four miles south of Mrs. W. T. Coram; 2nd.VicePresident There was a Home Demonstration The H. C. Kelleya were in Jack-.

District will meet Thursday, Dec. town on 301. used the District's Mrs. Charles Ro- meeting in the Community sonville Sunday afternoon visiting
grain drill to plant sweet lupine. berson; Recording secretary, Mrs. Center Wednesday afternoon. The Mrs. Loraine Thomas.
S at in the
:00.n. Agriculture
,. Buddy states that they plantedrye Club members drew names for the
Bill 'Bigham; Corresponding Sec- Mr. and Mrs. Steve Starling, Jr.
Bufldteg1 Starke.' Farmers and also for winter grazing.; retary, Mrs. Ernest Edwards; and Christmas party which will be and children, Barbara, Joy, Mitchell ". 1CEPtEMB
others, interested in soil conserTritionT I held December 8.
Treasurer, Mrs. Dave Green. and Karen, spent Saturdayin
are Invited to attend", rC. a. Crosby, ,of the Bayless It was voted to meet on the Mrs. M. O. Harrell and children, Jacksonville with his sister, l :Q::
states;V._R. Ferguson, Chairman Highway section, the Itrict' third Friday of each month at and Mrs. Eva Harrell visited Mr. Mrs. R. D. Suber, and family;
'j grain drill to plant oats and I 3.p..m.in, the Community Center. and Mrs. W. W. Raborn iin Jack and his parents, the Steve Star- ER,
'' 4. V'U1* '
Time is ,getting abort", remarked .- Argentine 'Bahfa"grass i .* 4 Announcements of the committee sonville Sunday. lings, Sr. Friends of },It'. Starlingwill

Jeff" Davis Chairman of chairman will be made at the De- *> Eldridge Hayes of Miami be glad to know that he is
the A. S. C committee. "Dec. 10 District Supervisor' J. B. White
cember meeting. Initiation of of- the weekend with his parents, out of the hospital and recupera-
Is' the deadline if you desire used the weed chopper to cut his
ficers will also take place then. Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Hayes.Mr. ting at the home of his daughter,
government cost-sharing toe&rr1: Senses Lespedeza. After chop-
Anyone interested in the Garden and Mrs. T. B. Edwardsof Mrs. Suber.
out soil buflduyr; and maintenance ping the Sericea he planted Ken-
Club work and the beautificationof Worthington Springs were Sun- :Mrs. O. J. Phillips, accompa-
practices on your farm. You must land Red Clover..and: then cross
contact day guests of their nied by Miss Debbie Phillips of
your can daughter,
fin out a,form designated for that chopped the clover In. J. B.
> the president before the next Mrs. Eva Harrell and Yvonne. Manville attended the funeral of -
purpose." Mrs J. C.. Sapp,and login the fence row
meeting.Mrs. fTVTffffTfffTTTVffTTTTVTLAWTEY Miss Ethel Strickland at Theressa -
Mrs. Fred Watterson will be in resting when he remarked "I I
the Agriculture Building in Starketo brought down some more purebred I Charles Latham of Salt Thursday of last week. OCTOBER ',

help you fill out these'forms. Angus' calves, .and this KenIand Lake City Utah, and Mrs. Ver-: Mrs. H. B. Arwood is spendingthis a
Clover Pm planting should help non Necttall of Prove, Utah are week with relatives in Birmingham -

Eustace: Kelly, District Coop- keep them in good'shape this making an extended visit with by L. II. Futch Ala. where she went to
\ orator; used ,the grain drill to winter.'" Mrs. Neta Dyal. attend the wedding of her grand-

plant Southland oats. Eustace Mrs. Guy Harrell and daughters, &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& daughter, Miss Gloria Ann Ward. e
says: Tve used feed oats bat it Robert W. Murray, Biologist and Mrs. Doyle Hazen and son at- Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinsonand Own ,
sure Ii'risky. I would rather for, the Game and Fresh Water tended the circus at Jax recently Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards and children; Mr. and Mrs. Claude

plant 'some :good seed oats,< then Fish Commission, states that the Lloyd Dyal was hunting in the family of Deland were weekend Rowe; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Star-

Pm sure getting,good results." deadline for receiving requests for Ocala Forest from Thursday to guests of Mrs. Edwards' sister I' ling and children, James Charles r
Mrs. D. B. +
I Saturday.Mr. Harley, and family. and daughters, Alma and Bernice

and Mrs. Russell Green and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Starling, and Geraldine; Mrs. Elnora Privett NOVEMBER
Mrs. H. C. Harley and daughter and Mrs. Bennett were
4, family went to Jax Sunday to Troy ,
visit friends and relatives. Jackie and Mrs. Freeman Star- among those attending the Sunday }

Mrs. M. O. Harrell William, ling were visiting relatives in School :Mass meeting at Boatdrain

Katherine and Shirley Green, and Baldwin Tuesday of last week. Church on Tuesday night. i ,

Madeline Williams attended an Friends of J. S. Eunice, :Sr. will The First Baptist Church of
"A" squad football game in Green regret to know that he is now con- Lawtey was the scene of a very
k. tjV41!I THE TOWER OFtCWDCW CW THREADNEEDLErffSTP Cove Friday night. fined to St. Vincent Hospital in pleasant and enjoyable occasionon changed to fit the seasonRefined

ETlSTHEBANKQF kGLANO.. FOUNDED IN .Mrs. Neta Dyal and guests, Mrs. Jacksonville because of serious Thursday evening of last weekat

i. uJ5 IT SET THE PATTERN RBAAfKS. > Latham and Mrs. Necttall, are Illness. We hope that he will soon which time members of the
MODERN INSTEAD OFVSV visiting in Pompano this week. be home and able to be about i church entertained with a recep- in the South,for southern motorists, the volatility of CROWN EXTRA gasoline for
f Charles L. Wagner died of a: again. tion for their pastor, Rev. Edgar
\ A/S COINS WHEN Mr. years has been changed with the season, to assure quick starts in fall and winter and
. heart attack in North Carolina. He and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt, Jr. Wilkinson, who has recently mov-
DISCOUNTING&LIS i was a native of Archer where and children of Ocala spent the ed with his family into the pas- prevent vapor lock in hot weather. In addition, the superior base stock of
: OF EXCHANGE,} the services were conducted. Be- weekend with his parents, Mr. torium. Rev. Bob Gray of Hampton '
I ISSUED ITS sides his wife he is survived by and Mrs.. J. C. Prevatt, Sr. ; acted as Master of Ceremoniesand CROWN EXTRA assures you the correct: balance of all seven high-performance qualities S!)

CANM A4PER his mother, Mrs. It. I{. Wagner I Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish and. extended to the minister a Quick-starting Full
MONEY of Archer, and three sisters, Miss mother, Mrs. V. R. Reddish, were brief speech of welcome to the power

H. L. Wagner of Archer, Mrs Al- in Jacksonville Sunday afternoon community. To this Rev. Wilkin- Fast Warm-up Clean engine operation
e bertus Miller of Brooker and Mrs. visiting Mrs. B. E. Reddish's IIOnrespondedwith a few pleasant .r
W E. Bigham Sr. of Lakeland. mother who has been seriously ill.' remarks in which he graciously High Anti-knock Long mileage

. BANK NOTES. 'Mrs. Howard Mott'entertained Sunday afternoon guests of theS. expressed his sincere appreciation. Vapor-lock prevention
friends at a Stanley party Thurs- A. Hicks family included Mr. This was followed with a program

Modern banking service are necessary to the day afternoon.'Mr. and Mrs. Dan Parrish of Max- of music and songs in the
and Mrs. E. A. Gainey and ville and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mannof church sanctuary, which in turn Fall-grade CROWN ExTRA: You wL1

family left for their new home in Jacksonville.Mr. I was followed by an informal so-
the finer
of get performance
financial.progress every community.It you ,
Indiantown where Mr. Gainey is and Mrs. Tuck, Miss Mar- cial hour at which time refreshments -
realize it is first in sales in the i '
clUe consisting of home made why ;l
engaged in fanning. Mixon and Mrs. W. R. Dixon
is'our _desire to supply dependable banking Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Parker and all of Jacksonville were Sunday. cakes and drinks were served in area served by Standard Oil dealer

daughters Glenda and Mrs. Vernon guests of the W. E. Gault family: the Sunday School annex. "

services to our,commulsity.w Overturf and infant daughter left Little Jeffrey Marrs of Jack-: Judging from the list of quali- _

for North Carolina Friday where sonville is spending some time: fied candidates seeking office, EIIIiTry::
they plan to meet Vernon Overturf. here with his aunt, Mrs. S. A.j 1
-.'. Carol Cox of Gainesville was Hicks. the coming city election appearsto \ I.
.' :. Mr. Newton of Jacksonville was: be shaping up srr an interestingone.
wildlife incumbent in the
planting material for next calling'' in Lawtey Wednesday: The present
Y year is Dec. 15. Planting material evening of last week. office of clerk, L. H. Futch, is not 8

that will be available partridgepea Mrs. Jack Brassell entertainedthe i seeking re-election, as neither is .

seed and thumbergeii lespedeza Senior M Y F of the Methodist H. E. Priest, one member of the
\ FLORIDA'MNK at STARKE plants., No multiflora rose Church with an outdoor present council. Time for qualifying -

plants and beggarweed seed will arty at the home of her parents,' ended at nooo. last Saturday (

be distributed by the Commission.'' the T. L. Wainwrights, Saturday .
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Member Florida! National Group Those interested in wildlife plantings evening of last we& About >

should make their requests twenty young people were presentto _:
.t _
G. T. Billi
through Huggins' or enjoy this pleasant affair and *

_, ______ __ __'n __ ._ ___._ I Haas.. --- -- all report having had a good time. ..I(" :: i
c Mrs. Jones and daughter, Mrs.

Whittaker, of Georgia were Sun- Kentucky)

day guests of Mrs. Jones' mother, 'llfRE

Mrs. Gasque, and while here attended I
church services at the
Faith Baptist Church.W
M U of the First Baptist 9rtuDA
Church met in the pastorium with

Mrs. Wilkerson for a program _
meeting Tuesday evening of last
4 r ; week. After the program was car- THE PRODUCER _
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and punch to her guests. The
.. next meeting will be held in the w i .
OtlOQS 7:30 December ,. POPULAR TRUCK ; _
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8, and all ladies of the church are > r' _
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,... S: A. Hicks who is, working in p
Jacksonville spent the weekend PRESENTS'J
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DeWitt Jones of Gainesville was

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r -' and the earliest planting is start broke, or cutting down on their TYVVVVTVVVVVTTVVVVVVVVVl otherwise the allegations ot said Appears State of Florida plaint on the Plaintiff; Attorney
.rIvTvYYYYYYYvvYYYYYvvYyYvYYYvYYYYYYvYvYvvYTT' Complaint will be Ukm! as confessed I To: A. L. Lumley whose residenceand Evan T. Evans, 103 Law Ex
ing to bloom now. It makes us feed. We know that we're supposedto by you. address is: 220 Monument Street change Building, Jacksonville.

; FARMER'S'JIARY hungry to think how good delicious feed, them, regardless of how LAKE GENEVA This notice shall oe published Augusta, Georgia Florida,
4; once each week for four consecutive and file the original In the office of
peas are when right from few eggs they lay, but until we weeks In the Bradford County Telarraph. You are required to appear on the Clerk of the Circuit Court oa
the garden. If 'a frost gets one can find a printing press and start December T. un; in the above nam or before the 1 day of December
by Blanche CunninghamAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.A.4AAAAAAA Dated this 3 day of November, ed Court and cause, wherein plain-
;: 7 crop of blossoms, we think the printing our own money, they will 1953. tiff seeks divorce. Bradford Coun- said 1953;Complaint otherwise will the be allegations taken as con.of

vines will set another right away. be> on scant rations. : (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby ty Telegraph shall publish this Or- .fessed by you.
.der in next four weekly Issues.
.* Clerk of the Circuit Court.
S S S SIt I This notice shall be published
',' : 7 The author, win be glad to receive Recent visitors in Jacksonvillewere By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Witness my hand and official seal :once each week for foul consecutive
Item of interest neern1ngtact1yiUe..t'krmeriIn- But one row In the garden, is very interesting to watch Mrs. Agnes B. Laurence Mrs. 11/8 4t 11/27 at 1953.Starke. Florida. this November 6. I weeks in the Bradford County Tele

where Alice had beets planted, Nature at work. Out In our front (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles graph.
R. Forsythe, Mrs. V. A. Carlson, NOTICE OF APPLICATION I Dated this I day of November
was quite badly overgrown with yard we'noti<:ed a small crab-like As Clerk of said Court
Bradford County. SujgeaUon may and Mrs. B. Cunningham. Mis. P. FOR TAX DEEDS By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk 1953.
Bermuda grass, so we transplanted spider spinning a web, and the (OFFICIAL SEAL) Chants A. Darby
: be left at the Telegraph office or 1.. Easterly of Jacksonville spent ( te Bill No. 183) Zach H. Douglas 505 Lynch Building II Clerk of the Circuit Court.
the few beets that had come more we watched her, the more is that Dave Jacksonville Florida.
Notice hereby given
mailed to Bern McGarvey, Lawtey By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.lllli .
the day with them. She is Mrs.Cunningham's .
r : up, and then dug out the grass. fascinated we became (we call her Henderson holder of Tax Certificates Attya. for Plf. 11/J 4t 1127NOTICE 4t 11/27
daughter.Mr. Vos. 526 & 528. issued the 2 day of II
BySamMeGarveyAAAL And as everyone who has done it 'she', because spiders are very and Mrs. Leonard Hamm July A.D. 1934, has filed same in my -

knows, this is a lot easier said silly and eat their men folk, and office and has made application for TO APPEAR i _yvyvvyvYyyvyvyyyvyyvyyyyWHSAPE.

,000. . . . . . . . . . than that and children of Jacksonville spent a tax deed to be issued thereon. la Circuit Court. Bradford Coaaty
LA A A ALA ALA ALA AL ALAA l&&&A AL ALA A LA A AAAAAAAAL AA4 done. We rake up the Ber- there are very few men we the following -
J& the weekend with his parents, Mr. Said certificate embraces Florida l la Chancery
., muda and cart it out of the know that would make good eat- .
gar- Charles Cleveland
bard the tractor and we think it and Mrs. T. M. Finley and sister Hamilton, Plain
Still working, at our,berry on den. ing). Anyhow, we watched the described property in the tiff. vs. Pauline Marie Hamilton ,

crop.:Set out another bed of run worked fine. It stirs the soil, loosens S S spider making the web, and be- Martha Sue.Recent County of Bradford. State of Florida Defendant. Case No. 11-167
weed and most important of the to-wit: Notice To Appear.To .
roots R. 0.
out of guests
ners and got quite a kick Aphids were doing some chew- fore she :was through, It was a S% of SEVl of NEK Sec. 26, : Pauline Marie Hamilton .
it, for now we have eleven beds- keeps the soil up on top But Manns were Mrs. Mann's parents, Township 8 South Range 22 whose residence and address is: 233
ing on our and had not wonderful engineering job.
: the largest planting we have ever of the bed. It took less than an greens, as Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Wilkinson, East. 20 acreS and SW% of SW% West 134th Street, Apartment 4,New
raised them for these doggone came a lot of insects, or something of NW% Section 25, Township 8 York City, New York. ___
grown.. It is slow work hunting hour to go over the patch this insects, we sprayed with something and it was.busted to pieces. and her sister, Mrs. Karl Gamer South Range 22 East. 10 acres. Your are hereby notified that a
them way. and children of Palatka. The assessment of the said property suit for Divorcehas ..
for the best runners.taking, .., .. .. called TEPP and far it She is busy making another one under the said certificate issued
.'tII I .u been filed against In the Starke Tire SalesAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ
,tit 'dp carefully. %e$< ftiiDg''
out at exactly the right depth. We had double cut the front S '!S:(* .''JL ;' <)r r*TUrs: V.; A'.1 Carlson, and :Mrs. B. .Unless said,certificate shall be redeemed you are required to serve a copy of
killed. Then, a few days later, we to law, tile' '
to that the sedge grass field, so we got the Cunningham visited H. Lucas 'prop- yeuranswar pleading, ) the corn; ,
But so far it seems us
dusted with 5 per cent DDT and We get a big kick out of some erty described therein will be sold "
work which is done with greatestcare tractor out with the disc ,on it, Sunday. He is critically ill in the to the highest bidder at the court
5 We like the one'talking
bed and single cut it again. This time per cent chlordane, and between expressions. Alachua General Hospital. house door on the first Monday in
fast. Tie last
grows .off two applications, we should up a breeze", or "the the month of December. 1953, whichIs
we set is growing fine. we made rough beds as wide as have the insects licked. bear1 get you" and many others. Miss Lillian Gentry is visiting the 7 day of December. 1953. IIII ALVAREZ' STORE Men's CIoth

the tractor, so that we would We were talking to Mac Griffis her sister, Mrs. Bert Busbee, and 1953.Dated this 10 day of November Established 1894

Gave about 3,000 berry plants a have better ,drainage. We sowed husband at Orange Park. OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
First bloom in our berry patch! the other day, and he said that he
dose of fertilizer, using the hand 40 lbs. of rescue grass by ,hand, George Smoll of Three Rivers, Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad-
There are not and to tell 0
many, was through "planting a shirt-tall for County, Florida.
fertilizer to do i because the cyclone seeder would Mich. recent
corn planter and the would rather was a guest of his 11/13 4t 12/4
the job. Our three'beds of Florida I not put it out. The rest of the the plants truth do we some growing be-see of this, and a shirt-tail of that." aunt Mrs. Blanche Cunningham, A :;ii ,That's Our Business

90's were in tWa batch of plants field we sowed with three bushels :: The English language is made far and uncle, Ray Forsythe. CALL FOR BIDS G JiJs S I
fore start to fruit. But
of Florida Black We they never- The Board of County Commissioners IfIt's Glass We Have It!
we did, and already, only five days rye. theless, it is a thrill to see the richer and more expressive with of Bradford County. Florida will
later, they are beginning to showa disced, the rescue grass lightly, receive sealed firm bids at 10 A. M. SI> I CALL WRITE or VISIT
first bloom and realize that if such
OTICU TO APPEAR I December 1953 to its '
7th. subject
to fertilize and also dragged a pile of brush sayings.S '
color. We expect
better i the weather holds good, it will S fa Circuit Court. Bradford County acceptance or rejection on or before I
over it. The rye we did not cut Florida la Chaurery. Joe Peters Glass Co.
the plants three separate I January 7th, 1954, for the purchaseby
not be too before we'll be
Sam in the other day and Florence M. Malone. Plaintiff,
4-7-5 the first two under, but just dragged lightly. came vs. it of the following.One .
times, using Edward J. Malone, Defendant.
picking first berries.
times and 3-8-3 for the last,Some Hope we get a good stand, as our But we said he was tired that he had Case No. 10-175 New Tandum Drive Deisel FOR ANY GLASS NEED
behind last when Motor Grader 100 horse
are season, we power
dose of with eight head'of cows now we been like dog" all day voile* To Appear.To We Design Modern Store Fronts
plants we gave an extra .picked a few to eat on December "working a : Edward J. Malone, whose residence with booster steering, weighingnot rA
fertilizer, \ta see if they will respond :- are growing faster,than our feed. 16. ong.'He happened to see Leo lay- and address is: 449 East 34th Board less than 22,000 pounds. Mole l' Just Mail Us A Pattern for
net less than 13 feet. Tire
S finished the job in the dark, Street Brooklyn; New York.
better to it. U S S ing out in the backyard at the You are hereby notified that a size 1400 x U, 12 ply. No Cab. Table Tops
then had chores to do.
Any warranty or maintenance of
a. suit for Divorce
S S We are going to have to dust time, and then he realized how I bas been filed against you in the the equipment offered shall be stat- 318 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville Fla. Phone 4353
Wanted to stir the soil on top again in the berry patch with 5 bove named Court and cause and ed in the bid. Payment will be madeon ,
The cows had broken the line foolish that expression is. Why it
monthly time basis
of the berry beds, as it was crus per cent DDT and 5 per cent rou are required to serve a copy of a payment
fence between the front and back commencing first Monday in Jan-
doesn't mean a thing! Who ever pour answer or pleading to the .
ted after the rains, but it made us chlordane, for there are thousandsof complaint on the Plaintiff's uary, 1954 and continuing the first
sedge so we got busyat
shudder to think of how long it grass mole crickets, and lots of cut- saw a dog working hard? They'retoo Attorney T.: Frank Landrum, Monday in each month for thirty
the never-ending job of fence Starke, Floridaand consecutive months without Inter
would take to do it with a rakeor have not done too smart to allow themselves to
mending. This fence consists of worms. They file the original in the office est or finance charges and at least MOVING
hoe. So we tried our rotary hoe the much damage yet but now that be put to work. Why should they )f the Clerk of the Circuit Courton 25% of the bid price will be the
low hog wire, and cows, particularly I or before the down payment.

Comfort, lean over it to' we have the grass and weeds out, when there are cats to catch, rab- 7 day of December 1953; THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -
they will begin on the berry plants. otherwise the allegations of said OF BRADFORD
graze the other side, and when it bits to chase, and birds to flush. LOCAL Safe
Complaint will be taken as confessed COUNTY. FLORIDA.By PHONE
The have In
they walk right on over. polecats quit digging by you. Charles A. Darby,
We hope to correct that with a the patch, and we guess it is because They enjoy "leading a dog's life. This notice shall be published As Its Clerk. S Dependable
once each week for four
consecutive LONGDISTANCE
strand of barbed wire at the top. of the dusting :we did not I weeks In the Bradford County Tele- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO EconomicalR. 311

JUST ONE We made a barbed wire gate, but long ago. NOTICE TO APPEAR graph. REGISTER FICTITIWCS NAME
IB CIJo alt Court, Bradford Conaty,' Dated this 4 day of November, I Notice is hereby given that the S B. Alvarez OR
as it is a loose affair, we are 1953. I
I Florida IB Chancery.Kathleen undersigned, under the provisionsof
FRIGIDAIREMade afraid it will not hold the cows. Alice planted carrots, beets, Pearson, Plaintiff vs. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida Agents For TRANSFER AND 250-J
spinach, and more English Charles Bernard Pearson. Defend- 0 Clerk of the Circuit Court. Acts of 1941, will register with the ,
General steal of peasin DeIcher Bros.
We started to piece
only by a By Marian r.. Crosby Deputy Clerk. STORAGE CO.STORAGE.
the ant. Case No. 10-185 Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for
barbed wire here and there all garden this week. She also 11/6 4t 11/27 _
Motors ,Corp. All other Notlc To Appear.To Bradford County, State of Florida,
over the farm, hoping to get planted some lettuce on a little : Charles Bernard Pearson, upon receipt of proof of publicationof
Electric, Refrigerators are seedbed at the lower end of the whose residence arid address is: 14 NOTICE TO APPEAR this notice, the fictitious name
made by other companiesand enough to do the job, but gave Newnham Avenue. Bedford England.You la Circuit Court. Bradford Couaty, of Bobbies Bootery under which 1
up in disgust when we discoveredthat garden. are hereby notified that a Florida l In Chancery. am engaged in business c/o Ducky's,
cannot use 'the word 55S suit for 0 Margaret Wagner Plaintiff, Vs. West Call St., Starke, Florida. Sole
most of the barbed wire on Divorce, custody and control of Norman L. Wagner. Defendant.Case .
The owner Chas. R. Oakes 734 W. Call
Frigidaire. our place it two-point of rather cows are really hanging minor child No. 10-186 St., Starke, Florida. Ferryman Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida

and rusted. So we around the barnyard these days has been filed against you In the Notice To Appear Dated this 5 day of November,
light gauge, waiting to be fed. Their ribs above named Court and cause and To: Norman L. Wagner, whose A.D.. 1953. at Starke Bradford County -
Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE bought a roll of good fourpointwire you are required to serve a copy vf residence and address is: 2128 Stein- Florida.
and we know if we string it beginning to show, so we are your answer or pleading to the way Street Astoria, Long Island, ll/ 4t 11/27
? ? feeding them pellets. It is complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney New York.
right that it will turn the cows. T. Frank Landrum. You are hereby notified that a IB Circuit Court Bradford County, For All Types Pest Control Phone Write
amazing much *
S good a little Starke. Florida suit for Florida| IB ChaBeery.
THEN SEE extra feed like that does for a and file the original In the officeof Divorce Beatrice Lumley. Plaintiff, vs. A. L.
The kitchen garden is startingto 'animal the Clerk of the Circuit Court on has been filed against you In the Lumley Defendant.
look pretty good to us now. big like a cow. We can't or before the above named Court and cause and Case No. 10.176 FLORIDA PEST CONTROLAND
E. H. SMITHTenth hard in wait until we have a winter grazing 14 day of December. 1953: you are required to serve a copy of Order Of Publication and Notice T.
Alice has been working to turn otherwise the allegations of said' your answer or pleading to the com-
it, and the greens. onions, Eng- crop them in to, for we .'Complaint will be taken as con- plaint on the. Plaintiffs Attorney CHEMICAL CO.
hate to see them hungry. fessed by you. T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla.
aid Temple Are. lish peas, rutabagas, etc., are S This notice shall be publishedonce and file the original in the office of 2220 N. 'V. 6th St. Phone 6035 Gainesville, Fla.

growing fine. She has three different each week for four consecutive the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or DEMPSEY R. SAPP. OwnerS
Starke, Fla. That black devil Happy I J3 just weeks In the Bradford County before the 14 day of December, 1953;
of English peas .
,.. :, I r plantings I Telegraph. otherwise the allegations of said i7flFor
I about near the end of his days. MOSS CONTROLPECAN
Dated this 10 day of November, Complaint will be taken as confessed -
We expect to butcher him in abouta 195. by ,you

week, and we won't be sorryto (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby This notice shall be publishedonce TREES SHADE TREES, ETC.

UP $ do it, for ,he is getting rather By Marian Clerk I.. Crosby of the, Deputy Circuit Court.Clerk. ;weeks each In the week,Bradford for four County consecutive Tele- Contact Us Now For Estimates

bossy and has Just about trampledus 11/13 4t 12/4 graph. 0 Termite Control

I a couple of times. He won't be Dated this. 10 day of Novemoer, Crops & Livestock
TO 3OOa as heavy as the red steer we Cut opening in front of present (OFFICIAL SEAL, ) Charles A. Darby Si Household & Commercial
butchered last year, but we'd body mounted on one 1946 Ford Clerk of the 0
Truck Model No. 99T-998018. and Circuit Court.
hate to guess his weight, as the box In to clear winch. Remove By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Gainesville Production Exterminating

,black Angus steers' will fool you. body from chassis, take subframeout 11/13 4t 12/4 Credit Association Rodent Control
S from under it, reinforce rear
.sflrSflSSSSSS55t NOTICE TO APPEAR 620 N. Main St.
end and Install skid rail and derrick la
t CONFIDENTIAL So far this season, we've had and reinstall on chassis. Als.o install Florida Circuit| IB Court Chancery.Bradford ,Covaty Gainesville Florida SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL WORK
luck derrick anchor, installation to Annie Mae ,
pretty good getting thingsup 'include the Jones. Plaintiff, vs. Hob-
following Items:
and growing, but we've had a One 20,000 lb. winch installedtwo ert William Jones. Defendant.Case .
i terrible time trying to get let- and one drive. ..-A.IA.... ".i._. "".___._.._. No. 10-168 .
iid1i;ice One derrick to set 45 ft. poles. To: Hobert I'
Prompt tuce started. At least several One skid rail heavy duty. residence and Williams address is Jones: Unknown, whose
times we've planted, and so far we Derrick anchor and jacks In- You
I .1., ., .. II" I '" ft stalled. are hereby notified hat a S
have only a few plants to show suit for

for our work. But Alice has planted made Truck on that can be installation inspected is at to City be Divorcehas been filed HOLIDAY SPECIAL !
STARKE LOAN & FINANCE CO. against you In the
again in the low, wet end of Florida.Light and Water Plant in Starke. above named Court and cause and
you are required to serve a of
the garden and that'll copy jiff .
maybe do Sealed bids will be received by *&
your answer or pleading
Phone 160 In Canova Drug: StoreHERB the trick. the City Council of the City of complaint on the Plaintiff'to the,

S S S Starke at the City Hall in Starke. Attorney Evan T. Evans, 103 ,
Florida. until 7:30 o'clock P. M. on Law Exchange Building Jacksonville -
Sam has lost his job as the Tuesday December 15, A.D.. 1953, Florida

family weather forecaster He at which time and place all bids and file the original in tne orflco of LADIES .
received will be publicly opened and the Clerk of the Circuit Court on \
said that come the full moon of read aloud. :ir before the 0 0

THOMAS RESTAURANT November, we'd have our first I The City.- reserves thA rlzM'' tn-- 7 day of December, 1953;
accept pr reJecii o"r--al bids. 2 .
frost. But the moon has come and CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA VVVVYVVvvvvyyyyyyyyyyyyy

301 1-2 MILE SOUTH STARKE, 301 gone, and still no frost yet. In Ey Carl Johns. City Clerk. have you heard about "
11/20 3t 12/4 ,
fact on the day that he said we'dhave

frost, it was almost as hot as NOTICE TO APPE\R
Regular Meals Weekly Specials la Circuit Court. Bradford 000(7
a summer day. Just hope we don't '
Florida IB Chaaeerr.
Fountain Service get another bad freeze as we had Jean Proszek. Plaintiff vs. Edward THIS NEWRANGE

three years ago this month, when Proszek. Defendant.
Case No. 10-174
the 23 degree weather and wind Voile a To
: Appear.
SPECIAL froze crops, almost got the pump, I To: Edward Proszek, whose residence -

car and tractor, and did a pretty and address is: Unknown. MAGIC CHEF
You are hereby notified that a
SUN good job of cooling us off, too. suit for

e S Divorcehas
been filed against you in the 0 .T/ 1
We're going to do something above named Court and cause and .

witlx some berry plants, and we you are required to serve a copy of
your answer or pleading to the complaint I E
don't know what the result will on the Plaintiff's AttorneyT. '

be. We're going to set a bed of i'rank Landrum. Starke, Fla. J : MODEL 26-P

GARAGE & SERVICE STATION old mother plants from last year'sbeds and the file Clerk the of original the Circuit In the Court officeof oa

fertilize them and see what or before the 7 day of December, 0
1953; otherwise the allegations of
a S OPEN 24 HOURS happens. said Complaint will be taken as con- COMPLETELY "
fessed by you. CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON

The hens have quit laying now This notio* thill b. publishedonce
S EXPERT REPAIRS each week for four consecutive I'
completely. And they are just as weeks In the Bradford County Tele- about this questionThe INSTALLED

WRECKER SERVICE hungry as if they were puttingout graph. "
Dated, this 4 day of November, '
the by the pailful, so we ,
eggs 1953. first Thanksgiving would .
have the choice of continuing to (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby '

PHONE 211-J STARKE, FLA. feed them laying mash and going Marian Clerk of the Circuit Court have been impossible but for only
By L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. 0

-----. 11/6 4t 11/27 the generous sharing of food 9601
..g f
IB The Clreult Court of Florida by the Indians. Now that our
ElxhtB Judicial Circuit IB and for
COLONIALFLORIST Braudford Coamty. ;,country is blessed with food This beautiful Magic Chef gas range
Investment Corporation,
S a corporation organized and existing in abundance, it behooves us is specially priced during par Holiday .
under the laws of the State of Flor- Special. It brings you top perform '
ida. Plaintiff vs. Josephine Bass to share with impoverished
Defendant. ance plus long-lasting dependabili

FULLY EQUIPPEDthe NOTICE OF SPECIAL SALE MASTER'S nations and, more important, ty. It has so many exclusive features. PLUS YOUR OLD RANGE I'J1;'

to teach them such the Red Wheel heat
whom it may concern that under and regulator-the one-piece top burner
most modern and efficient equip..ainent by virtue of that certain final decree techniques that have made "

available to the profession is All Occasions of foreclosure and sale entered our country so abundant. units-large fully insulated oven Payments as low as $6.93 per month _

in maintaining in the Circuit Court of the Eighth I Swing Out-Broiler plus many I
used by this funeral home Judicial Circuit of Florida on the Such practical '
its, well known standard of PHONE 218 12th day of November. 1953, in a Christianity is others. See this and other MAGIC One Tank Gas FREE
cause therein pending wherein needed to evolve a world l1..
specials today.
o Service.DeWITT Bradford Investment Corporation a I''
corporation organized and existing thankful for Christ and for
under the laws of the State of Flor-

C. JONES (j) Ida. Is plaintiff and Josephine Bassis freedom.
defendant. I, Mack S. Fntcji. as
Phone Starke Fla. Special Master in Chancery will
7 offer for sale and will sell at public CENTRAL FLORIDA
f r po
DISH GARDENS outcry to the highest and best -
bidder for cash In front of the East
Funeral Director Ambulance Service door of the court house of Bradford -

POTTERY County. Florida. In Starke ,,1
Our local funeral home enables u to offer conveniences tn* Florida on Monday December 14th. L Johns

errieet not otherwise available. POTTED PLANTSFlowers sale 1953. the between following the legal described hours real of Charley en '
property situated lying and beingIn GAS & APPLIANCE
._*_,_J- IL r i rrt,..." I II I. Wired Bradford County, Florida, to-wit:
Lots 3 and 4 of Block It of that
We furnish the' highest type csnrtce At lowest price and Anywhere certain subdivision known and & Son Agency

teamed ANYcompaDJ. described as North Reno In
accept Ah r life Insurance policy In force, by
Bradford County. Florida. 149 'V.CALL ST. STARKE FLA.
Nona SUrke
U payment la part or In full on a funeral. Mack S. Futch, ,

Consultation carries no obligaUon.JJJ. Special Master. Phone 13 Starke, Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. ;

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Jfewi TurkologyMrs.
Rev. JUartin filled his regular
'ajuxiintmani; at Bayless Hiway :
&mday morning'and evening. A 5F
large crowd attended both serv-
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Quite a large number of the <
Bayla.Hiwar folks attended ,the at ..... .n -.' ..' ..., ... -_,.>4",... ., '_-.r... ,..... ,. .> .. .. .. ,'.,H. ._ _. ... ,., "", r .,',.', .,-. ..

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night. Congratulation to the ,.'" ..t, '',i-:. '' ._ ,. '' 'f .
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Graham church for having the : : 'r. 1> -
,most people present.Let's :.,," J. .. ". _, : i. : ..;4..> : ... "-i.\:" .
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not forget the all day sing .' '. -.< .. I e. ,',1 -"\' "...._ >y 1-.!:. .... .
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'mt Bayless Hiway the lit Sunday { """ 1; '
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December. school win .
in Sunday :&"." '. (
wfll be omitted begin at on 10 that SML day., preaching The sing at N. S. .n. 1\ i Mrs Ruby Strickland .. ( ;u.FKt-; :,,, 1 "l .Mrs' E"W'IAlle'n1It ti: :1"." J.
Dankelx. ;,,
:11 n"tr, lunch at 1. and singing all ,, '. ..,..... **. .uu ., ;
afternoon. Everyone 13 invited to .,'..' ."" ., .. ." .t ,' ..".'"-,,' -.+ I' ... ,.c".. t-I. "".o.1:..,:Y':;';:. :"" -.l'.<.J.. :.. ...
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,cOme ,and, bring a well filled, I' .. P. 0. Box. 892 .' .f.":;x,' '..., ;" i"8 Route 2, Box 54-D" ,_'(.;.t-; ': .;:1 jf"C j-..- Route 1, Box. 92 .,a: ,'..'s-
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>Person Items I <, Starke Florida .) '" f, Starke Florida"The Starke, Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas of '; ifJ.' .
La Crosse were dinner guests of .. "It appears to me that the greatest need 0( ; ,: greatest need of Starke and Bradford "I believe that what Starke and Bradford County -
Tiff parents Jtr and Mrs. Harry '
,Lewis Sunday, Their children, our county at the present time is the proposed :;;: {County in my opinion, is a county hospital. Many; need most of all is a hospital. Our own little
Dwight Kenny. and Goldie were
dinner guests of little Yvonne i county hospital. I read with interest of the development ,-,..: many times, the distance of 40 or 50'miles, and hospital would undoubtedly) save many lives for

Conner.'Dot and Loran Conner and of this project by ,the Hospital ..k_ the time necessary to get there, means the difference instance in an emergency, a blood transfusion, or

daughter Peggy and Doris Zeig- Trustees, and hope that it will soon become a in whether a person lives or dies. first aid could be administered more effectively] : '..
ler'and children of Miami were
called here because of the deathof reality.. S S "The inconvenience and expense of traveling if the facilities were convenient. ;f
their aunt. Miss Ethel Strick- "In last week's'Telegra h it was stated that "'
land of Atlanta The funeral washeld x'f ,I' to another town incase of sickness or emergency" "Our town and county are growing rapidly in
from Hope church Saturday a vote by the freeholders 1 will be necessary before y "
afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Earl ; n< ; is very great, and people sometimes go without population and we cannot expect other cities to
Spencer of Atlanta also attendedthe further planning can be made. This will be an '
'funeral and\ visited her folks .:. .'). the care. they need because it is not readily available supply our hospital needs indefinitely. We must .
opportunity for each of us who is eligible to help ,
the .
R..M. Crosbys Saturday. at home." get ready to take care of our own.1SW ." ,
Sure glad Jo see. Teresa Crosbyat this wonderful project to become a reality." .
home after a week's stay in : ::.
St. Vincent's hospital, where she ;- -
underwent a major operation. ...4 ., '. .: ...,
She ia doing nicely. -
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We went to see Sherman Saturday ', '" .. 1 ,
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and found him much better. ? .
Sure glad to see Mr. and Mrs.
Tate Alvarez at church Sunday .

last Our death Wednesday community of Mrs.night was Alice saddened in a Oliver Jacksonville bythe A- NICE THANKSGIVING TURKEY. HAS BEEN AWARDED TO EACH OF THE ABOVE WINNERS

hospital after. a long i lens .
The funeral was held from
Pine Level ,church Thursday. In-

terment Mr* Clark was in and Conner family cemetery attended : .CORRECT SOLUTION OF PUZZLE GIVEN BELOW i._., '_ L \,:, .* :.

a .birthday dinner at the home of
7/ :" ,', .
Mr. and Mrs:E. c< ': '
c. Clark in Starke : : : '
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Sunday honoring Billy, Donnie and ,
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Doris Martin., Hear they had a -. 'fj': _' : \. <''
f deUckms dinner.
Heard from LeRoy Normanagain TTTTTTTTTTTTTTyTTVTTTfTTTfVTyffTfTVTVTfTTVfVTTVfTTT. .. ....... .. .....yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyTyyyyyyyyyyyyTyyyyyyyyyyyyTyyyyTfTYConway's
Sunday. Tulle said he was I.I. j .
doing nicely. Mrs. Norman and
daughter Linda, Mr.and Mrs. J. S. \ .
Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ryse ;.' I ,
were visiting him Sunday. >;1 '. : :r; .
Mrs. Vera Alston of Lake Butler '

bat the,her been William a daughter recuperating broken Crosbys.arm and one at son-in-law the She day homeof sustained last-, E.T. Shull Plumbing & He ting" >i; ,.i: Leila's Dress & Gift Shop >"' i : Service Stationl! '

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week in a fall. "" '" "
Union Bus
Mrs. Annls of Miami was visit- ., Station ,
Ing the H. B. Kellys Saturday. I > "
Mr. and Mrs.T.N.Norman were Starke Hardware Company Alvarez Store '

dinner guests of the Raymond .'" :. .o. .j ,- .
Crosbys Sunday.

children Mr. and were Mrs.visiting L. C.Ellery Sapp SappIn and ,. < .. Foreman & Colsen Sunoco ServiceLiEby's

Jacksonville Sunday. :' C. H. Furniture Co.
J.Georgia C. Ward visiting spent relatives.the weekendin Starke Builders Supplies Driggers

Thought for the week: True '
prayer doea not change God's >
ways but gives him an opportunity Sales & ServiceGreen's
to change us so that our wills Chas. C. Shepherd Radio, T.V. &
and purposes harmonize with His r ,

own. Western Auto Associate Store ',', :;' Seat Covers

CLERKS! Ask for 1554- that's
your special point by Esterbrook.At : .
Bradford County Telegraph: ,' Grocery & Market

Roberts Jewelry ;r; Conner Bros. Insurance Agency

Let Us thoroughly

Wash Your Clothes .

S Pounds Koch Drug Store r ,'. Harold C. Wall AgencyJ.RJainwright Thomas Truck Terminal & Garage

For 40c! .1,_ :. ..
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FREE Bleach If Desired! Y: '' ,0

Charley E. Jobs & Son Agency ..7, Motors Edward's Grocery Meats

We Will
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Dry Your Clothes "'''. : t

New, For Automatic 20cIn Driers! Gem Jewelry' Denmark Furniture Company Stern's Texaco StationFarmers'Supply

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Temple The Ave.Washeteria StarkiATTENTION I Central Florida Gas & Appliance Co. :c Suwannee Store ,. 1";:> : ;

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TIMBER TO SELL Pontiac' Broadway Service StationVan's i Brown Derby Restaurant


Large or Small Tracts .

We Buy All S.R.JohDsGrocery Cafe L B. (Red) Alvarez Service Station

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Write or Call Barksdale's Department Store Hardy Brothers Motor Co. _, 'J Sam Rosenberg & Son

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1 PHONE 211-J CO. Williams Jewelry Dixie Motor Court & Restaurant Starke Radio & Television Service

P. 0. Box 735

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") chased by Fred Leonhard. 'Donaldson and his wife.

t, M OUR: ; A Hymn 15 rIV I Linda Walker is home from Cot and Mrs. John McDowall
t Wesleyan College at Macon, Ga. are in Huntsville, Ala. for a few
for the, Thanksgiving holidays. days.

II CHURCHES CLINT BOHNER Women's Cpl. Nell Medical Wickliffe Specialist, Chief Corps of (AWHEEL SAFETY!

of the U. S. Army, Washington,
D. c., was a guest for several days W&Ylon write. Come In and select
with CoL Emma E. Vogel at her your favorite ESTERBROOH '

St. Mark's Episcopal Church ef Christ Faith of Our Fathers home on Lake Geneva. Co!. Wick Fountain Fen. Only $%.31 at Starke Tire Sales

Ber. Raymond E. HaeBIaba Comer 10th and McMahtm > liffe Succeeded CoL Vogel on her BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
retirement as chief of this corps.: ,
i SchedolA: ofSUNDAYS Sen1ces: Preaching A,,M and 7:8i 'A Catholic priest sliders religious! f execution fa England Mr. and Mrs. Don Pangborn are I "

! ,P.M. .. kit ....tad. ..mil wui1 ti in_Chicago .for a,few days. '
9:45 ajn, Church School 11a.m. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Fttbr Fn&rlck Vfflium FiW viUrtiat ,.1&r.l s 1&bias direr ury ... I Mrs. w. T. Williams Is in St
7:30 P. M Pt. bat Dw4 &U Oxfati cUttmtte, Job M M>T tkU. Aara etkm tin P .p hvuat
t.. Morning Prayer & Sermon: each Wednesday Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville,
''J ILuy N.. ua, M eM Cawu. feid. Ia kit sdepwd ptoptr.Hrry ART'S Td10 TV
ServIce School-10 A. M. tk. &.... for SERVICE
8:30 p.m., Young People's Bible dud M u aimed De bleu .i VMl.7, V tt uJCf art eM litmttW by dmiMnrfng surgery.J.
\ League. ., S. b d.tBMM4 (. writ eau .< U* rrm.H Ckuck aad *it.Mi Kht{ tk* Chuck *l aUad. Opp> A. Williams returned home
JESUS CHRIST .. ul k .. scat wan MMrui by w kudrd to A* s.lliwt,
HOLT COMMUNION CHURCH OF iiitft fcamr MM CM uetkir j* Sunday from New York where he
... ..w..UB tk*it.vt ad tk.ckop block.Amaat wlo.I CotkoKt RADIOS TELEVISIONS
LATTER DAY SAINT fcr .nm, 14 tear ui writbf wttit went to help bring back a boat to RECORD PLAYERS
lit Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sunday r.- s..t.amsd t* tk*tall-. wu Sutouua *ad A k r Sir
k write 150. Ja 1$4f'u.p J. vum
7:30 ajn. Services each Sunday in old Ma- to vu LWoa t* amen M ell vkiiky ikf iato tmnur Thf..- Uor.Dst tk. king BMrIatly eeaamtoi tk* Jacksonville.Maj. INTERCOMS AND P.A SYSTEMS
Calls St. Sunday tJawk MatMco .* tk.* u ud the tliinHW wtQud to di. and Mrs. E. A. Timminsand
Hall ki
\ FRIDAY sonic on ?IM i gnt*f f UW priMti. la *.pus All Makes
i Sacrament Serv- wnu krwa J'I.1'IWIcI tk.nfiglou Hrtory tf block'u lijkdy u If joiaj to a pica Ic.! chard .l three children returned on Repaired and Installed
7:30 Litany, ",Ked1taUon ScbooVl, a.m. M .
p.m. : qIaaL TJ j, >,rIt .,'j t. .r \J If M"n s r .s..botk fUt ud ckwtk, Homrf aurriod Aw tlrtd .1 to Columbus, Ohio. Mrs. With Quality Parts by Factory Trained Technicians
8 Choir Rehearsal ice 6:30 pjn. Everyone welcome. la all, k marled tiz tbactUlor Sunday
pjn. !k&4 bra lot yin dec. ibwrm Nary YHI kit tad kid kr wIld. Williams and the children have 11 ..;. .
W kMwm. linut el ".wr,. Afut II pas .f k* mttd to dtk tt If. ..\, GUARANTEED PARTS AND SERVICE
muthgi *. !Iii did bretLZ'wife CttktnM, the fit It wu tk* BMMry of tk* Catholic aurtjn IIp been visiting with her parents for
maid .! tUlly Sir flow Mon that WM Irak ia Fakes Fabor1* several weeks. CALL
eurck fill for Jaa Bobyi tk qoMn't 203 OR 229Temple Ave. Starke. Fla.
..... Sot ABM told wlia. M hands .ff elM k* aWl.who k. wret for MI. of tk* soar k* kid Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hager. formerly -I
mat Ie Barry ktr.S*k.n**.t to marry ktr.lot lor ssemorir bRrdti residents of Keystone'
tltinti <. wI, in at the
.1 ..arct6rn! lf.ry', !risen Our ftikn pHiMTPtri Heights, are town staying
still b ttfrt.W ttnuitnci fm{
Geneva Beach Apartments for
tie ear nuftry bock t. This;
Gol H v tvttt wovM tt flub fWr ',fftt, For the convenience of all
Ask: ti ugb trill that rats I ns about three weeks. They enter-
E.lIM WJ tk bittl b, fru. 111M1. Mb tbtm, mU lit far iMl tained on Sunday afternoon witha who not
can come out during the week, we will
r" Qrad omIutioaa, Fabu' kymSUt '
Edited. for M by < toil ./ .*r ffttml tw will lft,. picnic for some of their former be open for business all day each Saturday throughout
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor i Joli frInl 'M IN tm.l1 .ar 1Irlf"! neighbors and friends here. the winter or until further notice.
rid truck This ttt,u hi*bowl bw Miss Madeline returnedthis
TowsnPhones Ittil .f ear 1 dim! lM t still J,1la41, words .W vfrfKMU &/,. Kennedy Competent salesmenwill
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of h sifts .Ii**,...,fin tni twit, week from Indianapolis, Ind.
o low ear hosts but JIi tviti joy rush .f ear I.tim, hots f utilVbn.'n where she'spent a two weeks vaca- be available to handle orders and see that plantsare
Office 234 -Pastorium 130 vOl hi tram ti This tilt dtttiil
vt tttr tact glerksr vtrl. tion.Mrs.. Sara McDonald will spend properly dug and loaded in your car. The nursery

,, '" the Thanksgiving weekend in Vero is located thirty milts west of Jacksonville on U. S. 90.

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Beach with her brother, D. U. Our annual Camellia sale

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training,Union 6:15 P.M. begins January 1st and will probably run two or
> three weeks. More on this later.Glen .
Midweek Service Wednesday. 7:30 P.M.

/f l lihikiti. _. ATHE Saint Mary Nurseries Co.

1 St. Edward's Church Methodist ChurchRev. Christian ChurchThe Glen Saint Mary Florida

Telephone: Macclenny 186-N
SERMON SUNDAY NIGHT Christian Church of Starke
Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. Raymond A. Alley pastorof
Weekday Mass ?:30 a.m. the Southside Methodist Churchin will have a communion service at I

j? Children's Class Saturday 11a. Jacksonville, will be guest 10:30: Sunday morning, instead of ,
"PUBLIC ENEMY NO.1" m. speaker at the First Methodist the regular 11 a. m. worship service BROWN DERBYRESTAURANT

Church, Sunday night, Nov. 29, so that members may attend REAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
> f Keystone HeightsWomen's
at 7:30 o'clock. This is the closing the Convention of Christian
3 By Merle Packham, Temporary PastorJHope Club)
( Churches, which will at 11
service in a special campaign for
Sunday Mass 8 a. m. Sunday night attendance. All I a. m. at the Hampton Christian FIRESTONE STORE DEALERSHIPAn
Confessions before all Masses. Regular Meals
church members whose names Church.
Baptist Church Theressa come between S and Z are servingon Clyde W. Colson, chairman of At Popular Prices interesting future in sound and profitable business is youra
a committee to promote at- the convention has announced with a Firestone dealer store dealing in tires, auto accessories
l tendance at this service. radio and television,
B. T. U. 7 P.M. that the program in Hampton will appliances sporting goods house-
School 10 -
J Sunday Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship Catering
at 11 o'clock wares, hardware
Sunday morning consist of song and prayer serv- lawn and garden, wheel toys, etc. A capital in-

7} Prayer Service Wed., 7 P.M. 6:30 Service p. 11 m.a.Evening m.; Youth Service Program 7:30p. Rev.preach Thomas on the subject G. Mitchell"God Makes will I qea, morning and afternoon sermons Banquets and vestment of J20.000 $30,000 puts you in business and all detailsof
and a basket lunch. basic stock fixtures, sales
/ "The Church where Saints are in the Faith, and Sinners m. Bro. J. B Dixon pastor. Himself Known". Wedding Receptions promotion advertising, eta, taken
Rev. Willard Jones, of Lees- care for you under our complete business franchise Previous

. }t are Crucified Buried and Resurrected" Rom. 6:4-6, FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH ChurchThere burg will preach the morning 9 I merchandising experience preferred, but not necessary, if ,you
LAWTEY, FLA. Presbyterian sermon, and Rev. Jesse Sherwood, have capacity and desire for learning. Our plan includes trainingand
4:13-14 of Starke, will preach in the after- I STEAKS
". Eph. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- will be no Junior Choir noon. personal assistance if desired. The many Firestone dealersnow
ing 11 a. m. & 7:30: p. m. Midweek practice this Friday due to the SEA FOODS operating successful stores will testify to the excellent re-
i I service Wednesday 7:3) p. a. ,- Thanksgiving holidays. CHICKEN DINNEIi3AO1HE111ADE sults of our program.
A. E. Massey putor- Church of God
Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Morn PIES CALL OR WRITE

ing Worship 11 a. m., "Lessons Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng FRESH VEGETABLESBob

EARLCOOKS: from lowships the Deliverance.6:30 p. m.".Youth MargaretRose Fel- Service Worship 7:30 p.m.11 ajn.YPE Evening Service and Larkin Weeks I The Firestone Tire & Rubber Co.

Duncan, program chairman.
Tuesday ':30 p.m. Prayer Meet-
7:30 "The 116 LEE ST.
-1 Evening Worship p. m. Ing 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Managers PHONE 4-1411 JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Challenge of the Early Church".
; Youth Recreation Hour 8:30: p. m. Lawtey
rev Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -
Robert Humphries host. .
Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving -
Wednesday, Dec. 2, 7:30 p. m.,
Saturday 7:30
Sets PJ'a er.leeting and Bible Study. p.m. :

Adult,Choir practice 8 p. m. HEILBRONNBAPTIST CHURCH 1 00.00

i GROCERIES -- MEATS -- FEEDu. Davis At The TabernacleRev. Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching -

11 ajn. Training Union 6:30:
S. 301 IN NORTH STARKE Tires Fred Dodd brought a time- p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer

Phone 339-J ly application from the parable of Meeting Wednesday 7:30 pjn. FOR YOUR OLD OIL, ELECTRIC GAS OR WOOD
found in Luke, at
the sower as Rev. J. E.
LIngerf, pastor.
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVEDWE Radios the Tabernacle last Sunday morn- RANGEON

_ CLOSE 9:30 P.M. SATURDAYSPrices ing. A surprise solo from a very VyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyKeystolle
young lady from Orlando and an
Good Fri. Sa(, Nov. 27 28 Instrumental number on the "Harpof THE PURCHASE OF THIS

Washing David" and a violin solo com- Heightsby

pleted the musical program. AUTOMATIC
Maxwell HouseCOFFEE CRISCO I MachinesGas "Fruit of the soil", as well as i :Mrs. Sara McDonald

: flowers, will be used in decoratingthe AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
; auditorium for the Thanksgiving -
f Stoves service Friday night, while ELECTION TIME AGAIN
3 Ib tin 79cSwifts two stalwart "Indians" will view The forthcoming Municipal elec- ilIir
\ Ib
\1 79c the scene from vantage points. tion on Tuesday, Dec. 8, promises V
Electric Fans Early in December, representatives to be somewhat of a contest. M.U I

of the Children's Bible Mis- Beasley, now City Clerk, Is
Jewel sion in Lakeland will be at the the only candidate for Mayor, and
BAKERITE 3" tin 69c RefrigeratorsElectric Tabernacle to show pictures of F M. Scott and Mrs. Sara D. Mc-

the work done by the organization. Donald, incumbents, are unopposed
for tax assessor and tax collector, I a

I Stoves PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS respectively. But there is a con-
Snow White or H. MILK CHORCI1 test for the office of clerk and ( '
also for council. Axel A. 'MaIm-
Sunday School 10 a.m.
SUGAR39c Outboard Motors Morning Service 11 a.m. gram candidates and Hubert for E.clerk.Ridaughtare With

tall Evening Service 7:30: p.m. four places on the council to be
3 39c "Wednesda
Meetings ;
5.b Wizard Prayer
Batteries filled there are seven ,candidates:
night 7:45: : p.m. Saturday nigh G. E. Wiggins. Everett Fox. D. You Have No

THE ABOVE WITH $5.00 OR MORE ,I SEVENTH DAYADVENTIST A. ,Baker, N. W. Hardenberg, H. Range to Trade
GROC. ORDER "Why Pay More CHURCH L. Ownbey, Dr. D. M. Christof- w
I fers, and William Lee. These
Swan's TOILET SOAPS Services each Sabbath in old
VEL names will be JYe'VillFurnish' -I
on the ballot but
1 large 4 forCHEER 17 When We% Sell for Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sab- voters may write in any name a
bath School 2 p. Preachingeach they choose. There have been oc- You Absolutely
59c 23C second and fourth Sabbaths casions when that was all they I x4sr.

, FAB TIDE Less? 3 p.m. Elder Mostert pastor. could do since no one was seekingthe .
or BREEZE Bible Study each Thursday 8 p.m. office. It is a healthy sign ,
Shamrock P. MEAT Everyone welcome.WOODI.AWN when more citizens are willing to FREEThe

3 for 19c Ige 29C Western\ Auto MISSIONARY management.take on the responsibilities of city .

BAPTIST CHURCH On Sunday the Community Following:
M. P. LIMA BEANS Peter Pan Store LAWTEY, FLA. Church collected a special offeringfor

FNUT BUTTER 10 ajn. Sunday School, 11 a.m. the Cerebral Palsy Campaign.It .

3 for 29c J2-oz Starke. Fla. J. F. Jaudon I preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:45: prayer amounted to nearly $100 and 50 GALLONS OF GAS FREE INSTALLATIONFurnish
34c service, 7 o'clock song services, the church officers made up the -
I 7:30 evening services. difference so that the hundred was
M. P. BUTTER BEANSor sent in. The Sunday school also You One 50 Gallon Propane Gas Tank FREE !

B. E. PEAS H..mz. BABY FOODS took a special collection amount .

{ For ing to about $25 for the same pur Features of this Beautiful
2 19, 2 cans 19c Let's Show God That We Some Special Range

Americans Are ThankfulFor pose.Mr.. and Mrs. Ilgin 'and twin
Lift Off Oven Door
His Bountiful Blessings daughters are now residents in -
! 10% OFF ON DRY GOODS town. They are living in the former Oven door can quickly be lifted from range to give access to back

Attend Church Sunday Church home recently pur- and sides for easy cleaning.

'M EAT SPECIALSCHUCHSTEARor I -...... -And Help Keep Every Our Sunday.Nation Beautiful Cove Top Simplifies Cleaning Elec. Clock & 3 1-2 hr. Timer

0 9t4unQ V tbanb Free Under" God. HUlIEnE. Press Toe Broiler

RIB & BRISKET ;, th ..cord FIRST BAPTIST Of PAY NOTHING Press the pedal-drawer rolls out! Simplifies "peeking," makes it

ROAST STEW ,BEEF 'C is good. CHURCH u.in IIIEMKI timimi easy- to g et "just right" broiling results.

tb Psalm (01:1 I HAMPTON Roomy Divided Top No Crowding Deluxe Chrome Crest Handles

Ib 39c Ib lSc ti. 0 Bob Gray Pastor 'pIlITH!.

Visualite OvenYou

GOOD ALL MEAT z We invite you to attend can watch food bake without opening oven door. Oven Is ele-

our services: HEARING AIDS vated between the burners not.below them for easier access.
: THItE GREAT MODUS Cutlery Drawer Chrome Oven Interior Chrome Broiler Pan & InsertS

10 ajn. Bible School nee _c..hooIrttI
49c ib 29c *U $75 *mtf* Marti
11 a.m.- Morning Worship

6:30 p.m. B.T.U. Slade Gas Co. I
FreshD&D 7:30 pjn.-Evangelist Hour CANOVAPHARMACY

8 p.m. Prayer Meeting PHONE 121 STARKE FLA. '!

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. CarelessnessChief 'Roman Holiday' complaint on the Plaintiff !under the laws of the State of Flor Special Master In Chancery, will
Attorney T. Frank Landrum, ida. Plaintiff, vs. Josephine Bass offer for sale and will sell at pub.
DON'T SHOOT Till You're SURE Is Starke Florida Defendant. lic outcry to the highest and best
: SERVICE MEN Fire Cause Gay Comedy_ and file the original in the. office NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S bidder for cash in front of the East
af the Clerk of the Circuit Court SALE door of the court house of Brad.
Coming To FloridaA tit or before the ford County, Florida, In Starke
7 day of December. 1953 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to
"Be sure. that your ,target is'a particularly for'duty on the controlled Carpenter Says otherwise the allegations ;of said whom it may concern that under and ,1953.Florida.between on Monday the ,legal December hours 14th of,

game animal "or.game bird before hunts In the Wildlife delightful comedy, "Roman Complaint will be taken as confessed by virtue of that certain final decree :sale the following described real
by you. foreclosure and sale entered
'you pull the trigger. We're looking management areas, to see that all ; Holiday", co-starring newcomer This notice shall be published in the Circuit Court of the Eighth property situated lying and beingin

:for a harvest -of, game in- game kills are legal and properly I Ichecked' "Fire feeds on careless deeds. Audrey Hepburn and Gregory once each week for four consecutive Judicial Circuit of Florida on the Bradford County, Florida. to-wit
That weeks In the Bradford County Tele. 12th day of November. 1353. in a Lots 3 and 4 of Block 19 of that
Fire Chief D W. Car-
itead of'hUD at.the ilt tions. says
amJ. checking Peck, is due at the Florida graph. cause therein pending: wherein certain subdivision known and _

ijjJlSnThia...is.:,a.: final;: vple. jfor... safe Locally, County Judge T. A..Yawn penter, was the slogan of the last Theatre this Sunday and Monday. 1953.Dated this 4 day of November Bradford corporation Investment organized Corporation.and existing a Bradford described County as North, Florida.Reno in

firearms handling, voiced by said that the degree of Fire Prevention Week. And, he The captivating story tells (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby under the laws of the State of Florida Mack S. Futch.

Charles \V' Pace. Director 'of the caution in handling 'firearms could added, it is of.. Clerk of the Circuit Court. is plaintiff, and Josephine Bass Special Master
a good thought to
the madcap adventures of i By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. is defendant, I. Mack S. Futc, as
a 11/20 U 12/11
Game.and '. Fish Commission -{Inot be emphasized toot:strongly. I keep in mind at all times. 11/6 4t 11/27 I
as the current,deer, turkey -' 'To unatelYI" Yawn said."We've modern day princess who tired. -
', .
: and quail'season*gets under had no serious hunting The .Starke Fire Department reports of the rigors of her royal duties, NOTICE TO APPEAR
!a Circuit Court Bradford Co..t,.
"not much statis-
": ., way.. accidents around here 'in recent goes on a carefree spree in Rome. Florida IB Ckaaeery. BOX SUPPER and BAZAARSponsored
tically speaking, but it has an-
Along with this safety plea. years. and I would like to see She meets an enterprising news- Kathleen Pearson, Plaintiff vs.
Charles Bernard Defend-
: swered five calls so far this month.
Pace issued orders to all Wildlife Bradford County hunters. main- paper reporter who is hungry for ant. Case No. 10-185

.. Officers for stricter enforcement tain that record."' The most, recent fire occurred a scoop and together they hit Not Ire To Appear.To .
: Charles Bernard Pearson.
of hunting regulations and urged Speaking of game law viola 'Sgt Donald Neal Hardenbrook early Sunday morning when a the high spots of the ancient city whose: residence and address is: It Sponsored By

hunter to abide by the various house, valued from $500 to $600 Newnbam Avenue Bedford England. \ .
tions. Yawn said, "Since I've beenin son of Mr. and Mrs. Isiah Harden- of Rome.f -.__-- j
: '
rules relating to bag limits andhooUng and Jocated behind,,Mqrgan's bar- '.. .jj You are hereby notified that a Bradford High School
this office there ,have been,nocases brook. fl Starke, recently re-en- ber The princess is Audrey HepbUrnand suit for ,J
hours as. established' by shop on Temple' Ave., was Divorce, control
custody and of
1 .
of law violations listed in the the handsome
, game Army and has reported newspapermanis
the 'G m'Agen totally consumed by flames. The minor child
I brought before me, and I hope to Ft. Jackson S. C. for fur- ,!house owned David Gunter Gregory Peck, and before the baa been filed against you In the GLEE CLUB
"These was by
regulations set
were up above named Court and and
that record will be kept intact. ther orders. He has been in the I adventure is over of course they cause
by the Commission for the benefit and occupied by George Griffis. you are required to serve a copy uf I
the He added that if a hunter were Army for seven years and recently Origin of the fire unknown fall hopelessly in love. Eddie your answer or pleading to the
of sportsmen, Pace said. was I .
stationed at Albert adds to the comedy atmosphere complaint on the PlaintiffsAttorney SAT. DEC. 5
laws Stewart Ga.after
doubt to the hunting Camp ,
Their express purpose is to Insure in as as the house was a smoulderingruins T. Frank Landrum.

equitable< share of i and regulations he would be gladto completing four years in the when the fire department as a carefree photographerwho Starke. Floridaand i
game Far East, including Guam, Sia- joins Audrey and Gregory on file the original In the officeof tkTn; USO 7:30 P.M.
for everyone who goes hunting." furnish copies! of such regulations arrived on the scene. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

The director said that additional, or any information pertain- pan and Japan. Sgt. Hardenbrook Another recent fire occurredlate their hilarious escapades. 1 or before the : _
was recently married to :Miss The story was actually filmed 14 day of December, 1953;
Wildlife Officers would be hired 'ling to the game laws. in the aff-moon, Nov. 18 otherwise the allegations of said PUBLIC INVITED
Oleeta Green, daughter of :Mrs. ill Rome, Italy and the authentic Complaint will be taken as con.

ence D. Bessent, Belle Glade; and Nelson T. Green of Starke, when a flooded oil heater caused scenery of the ancient city makesa fessed by you. .' ..-. .,'
Rites Tuesday $15 damage to the home of Eva This notice shall be published M
:Miss Minnie, Bessent, for the of
four sisters Hunter, 715 Cypress St. perfect setting hijenks once each week for four consecutive Ladies. .
Starke; Mrs. Frank A.Bryan and the princess and her friends. weeks in the Bradford County
For Miss Bessent The most costly fire this month Telegraph.
both of Ft. BRING A BOX
.. : Mrs. Dave Turner, Dated this 10 day of November
resulted in the total
Lauderdale; and Mrs. D. D. Oliver of a 19$3. : SUPPER for TWO
On Air
house valued at approximately Feigert (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.'Darby
Miss Juanita Boca Raton.
Bessent. 76
_ _
$2,000, owned by Eugene Smith Clerk of the Circuit Court I -
daughter of a pioneer Starke Funeral services were held By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. .
and Alvin Middleton. A.M. ,
occupied by Each 'l'u
died morn Tuesday 'afternoon' 2 o'clock in 11/13 4t 12/4 } ?' Prizes for Most Original
family, early Sunday This fire occurred on Nov. 7, !in :

; ing in Alachua General Hospital the First Baptist Church of which the early morning hours. Originwas I CALL FOR BIDS Wrapping and Prettiest

.;. 4 Gainesville, as the result of pneu she was a longtime member with unknown. A. C. Feigert of Park-of-the- Cut opening in front of present ; Box

monia. the pastor. Rev. L. D. Haines. officiating Palms, is the speaker for a new I body mounted on one 1946 Ford
Speaking of fire prevention Truck, Model No. 99T-99S018. and _
: She was born Feb. 11, 1877 on .. Interment was in the Sunday morning radio feature pro- box in to clear winch. Remove I
family plot in Crosby Lake Ceme- Chief Carpenter and Assistant gram heard over station WRUF, body from chassis, take subframeout I
f jf the old Bessent plantation "The Chief C. W. Pickett from under it. reinforce rear
Jones in jointly 7:30 until 8 During the Entertainment GLEE CLUBA
r!" Wilderness",. near Black Creek in tery with DeWitt C. from a.ra. end and install skid rail and derrick by
Airman 2-c Ewell (Jimmy) this advice to home owners: Mr. will
." Clay County and moved here with charge of arrangements. half hour Felgert present and reinstall on chassis' Also Install .
Lawson. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Don't let oil heaters and stoves the International Sunday School derrick anchor installation to
her parents, the late William A. Pallbearers were Carl Johns I I Include the following items: Good Selection of Gifts for Sale to Fill Your
Ewell Lawson of Starke, has entered i.become flooded before lighting. lessons which have been used
and Ursula Bessent, in the ,early Freeman Register, ,Sr, Orie One 20.000 lb. winch Installedtwo
1880's. Wiggins J R. Kelly, L. G. Powell, the Aircraft Mechanics i I As soon as oil begins to trickle in, I throughout the world for many and one drive. Christmas Shopping Needs.

School at Sheppard AFB Texas, light it."Take. years and are selected by a spe- One derrick to set 45 ft. poles.
and L. A. Canova.Recent One skid rail
heavy duty.
Miss Bessent moved to Ft.
the home of the largest technical 1 stoves down and clean cial committee for use by all Derrick anchor and lacks In- r-- -wr-----
Lauderdale ---- ---- --
in '1919 and made her school of this in the world. I staUed.-- .
type them at the end of each winter or major denominations. '
,borne ,there until 1950 when she BirthsMr. I Truck that installation is to be -' -- : ;"", '
Upon graduation he will be before using them the following Mr. Feigert, a member of the : : -- -- .:
returned to the Bessent home made on can be inspected at City
: place warded the rating of Airplaneand I winter. Don't let them accumulate First Baptist Church of Starke:!, Light and Water Plant in Starke.
Just ast.ef,Starke. She was a retired and Mrs. Gottberg of
t Harry Florida.
Engine Mechanic. He is a too much carbon and trash. is internationally known teach-
dre smak r. Lake the birthof an Sealed bids will be received by
KIngsley announce graduate of BHS and entered the I "Faulty stoves and heaters seem er. He presents the lessons as a the City Council of the City of DANCEAT

Surviving are two brothers W. a son, Eric Gerald on Novem- Air Force in November 1951. to be the biggest cause of fires. i'layman in the language of a lay- Starke at the City Hall in Starke. DINE AND
'Clinic Florida, until 7:30 o'clock P. M.
.A. Bessent of Starke-and Lawr4 ber'23 at Doctors Hospital.flNKLER on
don't trouble unless
Oil stoves give man. He has been heard on radio, Tuesday December 15, A.D.. 1953,
:Marine Pfc. James E.
flooded or dirty. from the pulpit and from the con- at which time and place all bids
son of :Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Moodyof received will be publicly opened and
'Home owners should keep ference platform and by many
read aloud.
Long Bridge recently reportedto weeds and rubbish cleared from service, church and industrial The City reserves the right to THE
!I : ELECTRIC: SERVICE the Marine Corps .Air Stationat around houses and fences. The groups throughout the U. S. and accept or reject any or all bids.
: Cherry Point, N. 'C. for duty STARKE, FLORIDA
windy and dry season is approaching Canada. He has been guest By Carl Johns. City Clerk.

; with the Second Marine' Aircraft and, with it, woods fires. speaker in hundreds of churches, 11/20 3t 12/4

tj j Wing. Moody recently completed These fires can.? spread to the Including the home church of NOTICE-TO APPEAR Pelican Club

I recruit training at Parris Island home if an area around the home John D. Rockefeller and Harvey IB Circuit Court. Bradford County
S. C. Floridai IB Chancery.
I is not kept cleared of inflammable .- Firestone.The Jean Proszek. Plaintiff vs. Edward

matter. director of "Your Sunday Proszek. Defendant.
Pvt. Erwin S. Triest, son of S.
RADIO School of the Air" advises, that Case No. 10-174
E. Triest of Route 1, Starke is "Good housekeeping helps Votice To Appear

serving with the 1st Infantry Di- prevent fires and makes fire con- the lesson is presented to help all To: Edward Proszek whose residence '
: AND the Bible and address Is Unknown.You .
in the study of :
is fire.
trol easier if there a
vision in Germany; It is the only are hereby notified that a
American division to remain in I ."Just be careful and sensi- and to aid Sunday School teachersin suit. for
TELEVISIONSales in preparing to teach Divorce
Europe since World War II. Be- ble."
the lesson. has been filed against you in the OPEN NOVEMBER 26111o

,_ II I fore entering the Army last May, above named Court and cause and
,you are required to serve a copy of
Triest was employed as a plumberat The Deers/ayers/ !your answer or pleading to the com.
Keystone Heights. Tax Collections plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney
I T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Fla.

.. and Service SFC Ray E. Carter, son of Mrs. 'Ain't Talking' -- Better Than '52 tnd file the original in the officeof < i
the Clerk of tlje Circuit Court oil
.,..-_ II' 41
I Lassie Carter of Hampton, is now or before the 7 day of December

22.fN,.Temple. Ave. -PHONE, 166- Starke, Florida on military duty in Salsburg. Or So It SeemsAn Bradford County Tax CollectorJ. 1953 said; otherwise the allegations of Under New Management

5 Austria. His address is: SFC Ray R. Kelly reminded taxpayersthis Complaint by you.will be taken as confessed -
Nov. 30, is
E. Carter, RA14238686 Provo Co. week that I This notice :shii be publishedonce
3073 APO oddity: hunt',rs reluctant to the last day for taking advantage each week for four consecutive

N.. Y., N. Y,168, care Postmaster, talk about their exploits in the of the four per cent discount allowed weeks graph. in the Bradford County. Tele- .
Trade It
Sell It Rent k field.The on tax returns. cent 1953.Dated this 4 day of November,

Pfc. Donald Richie this After Nov. 30, a three per
son Mr. Telegraph ran across
I ( ) Charles A.Darby
and Mrs. C. W. Richie of Rt. 2, unusual situation when it startedto discount will be allowed up until Clerk of the Circuit Court i OPEN BAR-B-GUE PIT

WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED Starke is now attending the do a roundup of local nimrods Jan. 1. During January, a two By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.

Marine Corps Personnel & Ad.. stories of achievement with dog per cent discount will be in effect. ______ 11/6 4t 11/27

ministration School at Le-. and since quail turkey and Kelly said that taxpayers had IB The Circuit Court of Florida
Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place gun nicely with pay- Eighth Judicial Circuit IB and for
been responding .
jeune N. C. He recently completed .. deer season opened last week. Brand ford County. -
ment of their taxes and that, as Bradford
10 weeks of intensive basic: careful Corporation.
LESS INSERTION soc However doing some
zo WORDS OB ; ONE of this week collections were a corporation organized and existing
training at Parris Island. S. C'p stalking here and there we bag-
EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2e ahead of collections for the same
after which he enjoyed a leave at: ged the following: OpenFrom6Altilll2Pl
his home here. period Vf.
Before enlisting Jimmy Reddish, hunting out of I C. T. U.

..35* ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IN ADVANCE in the Marines he was employed I the. Herb Thomas-Bill Graham
-, in the office
Clerk of th
in the Ocala scrub killed
MEMOBIANS CARD QF THANKS,RESOLUTIONS-20o PEE LINE: Court in Starke. camp a'I I. Circuit Court. Bradford Coamty THE P. O. W. BUILDING FRIDAY -

young buck deer. pIi.ridat In Chmnrrrr.. AFTERNOON FOR REGU- We Cater To Private PartiesJ.
(COUNT ft WORDS ) I Plaintiff. vs. Flossie tue
I Igun I Otis Cue.
Another buck fell before the
10-207 LAR
Defendant. Case No. MEETING. FRIENDS IN-

Rites FridayFor of a hunter from the Buddy Order Of Publication And fc.tlee 'I'. VITED. __
FOR RE.'lT-FIve' room unfurnish- Alvarez I Appears State Of Florida Tot
4- ed house on St. Clair. See Mrs. L. Bishop-Bill Flossie Cue, whose residence and "ENTER" INTO IHS GATES WITH : .

THOMAS U. Morgan. Rt. 2. Box 57. ltp I Mrs. EdwardsMrs. camp in the scrub. This lucky address Is: Unknown THANKSGIVING, AND INTO C. Salisbury
A. t i required to appear o-
hunter was Fain Bateman. You are
BROKER FOR RENT-Seven room unfurnished December 28, 1953, in the above IHS COURTS WITH PRAISE: BE

204 REAL Trotple ESTATE Av*. Telephone Z14 house near Cooks stoie. Mrs. Dalceda Cellon Edwards, Then there was the story of a named Court and cause:: Bradford wherein THANKFUL UNTO HIM, AND About 4 Miles From Starke on Old Blanding Road
U U. Morgan. Rt. 2. Box seeks divorce.
57. ltp hunter plaintiff
Fl.ridaRAM (no names please!) who this BLESS HIS NAME." PSALMS
Stark. shall publish
72, wife of W. Mitch Edwards died County Telegraph
'OR SALE-One-2 burner oil heat-' shot twice at a deer, slightly Order In next four weekly Issues. 100:4. .

-er. 2 calf buckets with nipples 1churn' Tuesday in a Jacksonville hospital wounded the deer then had to'run I!f Witness my hand and official '\".' ..v'- :______J1Pr1LIt1L_... ,:_- # !!'- ,.- ,,', :
All .. Starke. Florida. this
condition. Phone e .1 at .
FOR SALE 27Zt. New River. FU. Itp folloWing a brief illness. out, grab the deer and bulldog it ;;eber--i953"; -

Mrs. Edwards was born in Ala over a goodly portion of the scrub (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment. before it. I As Clerk of said Court
finally subduing
lMede'ra Fruit MaBd. Grocery one bedroom and glassed-in chua on April 14. 1881. the daughter By Marian I* Crosby Deputy Clerk
and IU t.ur..t .. Mala St. sleeping porch, ,large living room, Hunters in the ThomasGrahamcamp Zach H. Douglas. 505 Lynch Bldg..
IB progressive "n Ug city* kitchen and dinette. 426 South of the late James and Annie i:Jacksonville, Florida.
SJJUXMW ..". parwemt, halcoBteuleBt SU or apply at Tuck's Auto last week included: Jimmy 11/7 4t 1/18 :
care er.. Will Cafe.tf Goolsby Cellon. She had been a Reddish, Starke; E. A. Rowton. I II j/tJ{ oJ-

rxrhBBge for attractive property -' resident of Starke for many years. Tallahassee; Ray Stevens Tallahassee NOTICE OF IJfTE\TIOX TO

o. 1?. S. SOI. SEWING MACHINES-Sell for balance Besides her husband she is survived I' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
due. Write S. M.. Box 823. ; Notice Is hereby given that the
=-.Ntc. baildiag lots within ..e Starke Fla. tfchg by two sons J. Maurice Rhodes, Eustis; Mr. and Mrs. Bill undersigned, under the provision

block; .f Hick Schoul Grv....* Edwards of Starke, and WilliamA. Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Herb of Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida

U Sttk.3FuraIbed.. FOR S.\LE--60 acre Improved pasture Edwards, Palatka; one daughter. Acts of 1941, will register with the
130 bearing pecan trees, 2 Thomas of Starke. Ray Stone Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I
: hone o. KIag.IeyLake. dwelling houses dairy tarn and : Mrs. Louise Bell Gainesville; spent Sunday in the Scrub. Bradford Ceunty. State of Florida,
odd buildings. Write C. Letsch. !two brothers Albert B. and Em- upon receipt of proof of publicationof
Rt. %. Ear 51. Starke. tfchg this notice. the fictitious name
-A. brand sew tone f.r S1.004 mett E. Cellon both of Gainesville of Bobbles Bootery. under which 1

dawn f.rmtmt, baUure like LET J. D. ODOM. JR. ; and three sisters, Mrs. Frank Glee Club Will am engaged In business c/o Ducky's J

re.t. HANDLE YOUR Hollingsworth,"Starke; Mrs. M. Z. West Call St.. Starke. Florida. Sole \
CATTLE! AND HOGS Chas. R. Oak... 734 W. Call .
-La.d.. for Ubi&iTll.... Bur SALES Turner, Jacksonville: and Mrs. Sponsor BazaarPlans St.owner, Starke. Florida. .. !

and Urt your ow. ..a..4Iv- Live Oak Rach Wednesday T. J. Strickland, Gainesville. Dated this S day of November. .
1 1.B.V me.4 60SUrLe '..e..1a GainesvIlle ,Each Friday A.D.. 1953. at Starke. Bradford County t
Funeral services will be held
BOW, ....
are shaping up rapidly for : Florida. ;.
RADIOS REPAIRED Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock in 11/6 4t 11/%' .
"Ul"Y TODAY the BHS Glee Club box supper and ,
i All Hakes All MdrU the First Baptist Church of which .-
BlILU TOMORROW .. program to be held in the usa on NOTICE TO APPEAR .' ,,1,;
Mea>*Mhle' ekargra .
imaraBCHAS. she was a lifelong member, with I. Circuit Court. Bradford Co..ty.Flarldat .
i SHEPHERD Saturday night Dec. 5, beginningat t. ;
I Tea W. Call St. Stark Pfc. gtl the pastor Rev. L. D. Haines, of- Cbaueeri.Margaret ,
7:30 p.m. All ladies are askedto : Wagner Plaintiff, vs. .L i' .. .
FOR SALE-Singer Sewing machine ficiating. Interment will followin ... '
Norman T.. Wagner. Defendant. > ,, ,
NEW! TRY STAR' PLASTIC TYPE bring boxes and there will be e .
3S. W. a Devtne, '
good 'J
sew '
10-186 ;
CLEANER-Does a better Job the family plot in Crosby Lake Case No. :- ,:; P- ;
Lawtey; Fla. Inquire Standard prizes for the prettiest box and
Notice To Appeari.To
'faster. No messy liquids. Self Cemetery with DeWitt C. JonesFuneral t
Oil Station. Itp 1
\ '.
reawlng. Luta for the most : Norman L. Wagner whose ':;] .
indefinitely. Only original wrapping.The t" "
Home in Stein. y' '.1: 4- .
SOc at charge of ar- residence and address Is: 212 """ .
FOR SALE-Baby bed and 2'porch Bradford 1 County Telegraph.tf rangements. boxes will be auctioned off way Street. Astoria. Long Island, 1t t

gates, good condition. Inquire to the bidder and New York.
Mrs. T. R. Woods. Cor. 7th and "Pallbearers will be F, C. Hol- highest there Tou are hereby notified that a
Water Sts. Itp FOR RENT-Unfurnished house. InQuire will also be food and drinks
at Bus Station. tf Hnesworth. Chas. A. Darby.. C. A. suit lor
sale at the USO. A Divorce i
Knight. Carl Johns. Frank Hem- program presented -
FOR StLE--One used Quaker dr. has been filed against yon in the ,
culatlng oil heater, rood condition FOR SALEVx S" x 11Con- by the Glee Club, will beginat I
crete Block tic each. Plenty of ingway, and L. A. Canova. : above named Court and cause
reasonable. Edward Burns tOl Mortar Mix and CemeaL. Bradford 9 o'clock \\illinclude numbers you are required to serve a copy of f & "'
W. Madison St. Up your answer or pleading to the complaint '
Engineering Company Phone -
'4. tt by the Girls'Trio, two comedy on the Plaintiff Attorney
FOR SALE-Car bed and itrolled, Suit Is Filed I skits and instrumental num T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. 7kgi&eJJ&r/fboo/.l a4tiI ;

$& both. fair condition. Myrtck. WHY PAY 'RENT-When you can bers. and file the original In the office of

SOt N. Cherry. Itp own your home with a small the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 01 :..: .-
down payment and the balance On, sale at the bazaar will be before the 14 day of December.: 195S: "- fer;: I-------____ ,

WE ARE of TURKEYS HOLDIXTJ a tor limited retail number ,a.-, Starke.paid like Fla.rent. W. H. otlman tfchg. On Election IssueContinued gift items baked goods and candy.: otherwise Complaint the will be allegations taken as confessed of said .. 4;.' THE NEW I :7 h.icIuZ:1:

place order now for Thanksgivingand There.will be several game booths by you .
Christina turkeys. Opal This notice shall be published Olld ;je 106 !
bedroom 4
FOR RE.'T-Two .
Florahome, tramp for, the young people. for four co&secutv I ., I
Turkey Farm phone house. Complete with hot ,water once each week REMINGTONQu&fcjttf&u I preclleootll. .
Keystone. S7$$. 8tchg 11/17 weeks the Bradford County Tele
beater and bath. on Alton Rd. ( from page one) Anyone who cannot attend the in 'IIr, Co'O- i

FOR SALE-Horse with new West. near Prown Plastic Plant. See sary to hold an election. He said supper is invited to come for the graph.Dated this 10 day of Novemoer ,: .

era Middle Home very gentle and Frank Thomas on premises2tp 11/27 he would ask for an opinion of program and bazaar. 195S. : : : : .::: !:: !
Charles A. Darb
In excellent shape. Sell torether I The from (OFFICIAL ) 1 :
I profit the box
or separate. Contact L. A. Eftker, the Supreme Court i in due course, I supper Clerk of the Circuit Court .

P. O. Box It, Lake ,G itv&. Fit.ttp FOR"U S.SALE-Prlntl4$01. S miles north bags.of A Starke.Melt but so far has made no move' in and bazaar will be used by the By Marian 1.. Crosby Deputy 4t Cl IS/4'r" : "? l
11/2T ;' Itp that direction. I Glee Club for music and to pay expenses ",,. i I

A.'TED-Prlnte room with prl- Although the question will come on several trips which the OTICK TO APPEAR F' \'
Uredf.rt C.. ty
A.ITRESSES-DICalfl courteous Clwmlt C .i$
nte bath. Write Pox 82S-S. ltD before the court Monday, thereis group will take after Christmas. iII" .
women to serve guests a tthe Gold. Florida I. Ckaarery. .
House Restaurant. Apply no assurance that it will take Florence M. Malone. Plaintiff vs.
I .
FOR Anxus SA1E-Regtstred bulls. Some born Aberdeen In 'SS.wsome arer Stchg 12/4 action on Ayres request. The JAMES MICHAEL CAREY Edward J. Malone Defendant.Case No. 1I-1TS 1Jd ,YES -- We will be glad to arrange I 1

In 'SS.. Reasonably priced. FOR "SALE-Lot S3. East Lawtey, hearing Monday will be for the Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Carey of !1.tlr* .... Afffnr. ). ,".* ,
Box 71
B. White XV
J. \ Edward J. Malone. whose rest -
Fbu See. U. South To:
Tp. S. Range
of whether Keystone 'rk.z '
ltD purpose determining Heights announce the '
tarke. Fa hutFOR
22 East. Ten acres. Make mean dence and address Is: 44) East 34th i terms to suit :
offer. Mrs. Pearle BlouM. "proper proceedings" have been birth of a son, James Michael. on Street. Brooklyn New York. : ;,
SALE 4 used Electric site refrlreratora Nun Ave. Tice. Fla. Ztp 11/27 filed by Ayres; whether Ayres Is ''Tuesday Nov. 2.4. in St Vincent's You are hereby notified that I :I ,. ;.
1 apartment iras suit for Divorce
range, t washing machine.. 1 toll qualified.to bring them; and Hospital, Jacksonville. Mrs. Carey I jhu been filed against you in the :

aile! electric ranee. In A-l shapeat FOR. RENT' -Two bedroom furnished whether the writ sought should be :and infant son will return to their above named Court and cause and -.. _: ,
bargain price 8et them:at I house on Klngiley L&ke..Coa ( I yon art required to serve a copy Of J -
Smith1.Carafe. Itch* tact Mrs. J. a Hoover itctg 12/11 issued. home, in Keystone Sunday. Jour answer or pleading to UK :

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