Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: November 30, 1945
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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>.
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Volume ID: VID04943
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33886096
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gotta hand It to thoe Officer now . Lucille Ward Official County Publication Established In 1877 y'

1111 When they and Leroy Lovell are to ----------
Belies expected VOLUME --- --- ------ -
thern -RKE.-- nIDA-FltlDA v. --NOVI''I\IER. 1943 ;
put on a party they. say "I do" tonight: but I can't --- NUMBER SIX
? to '- -
|,i do the thing up brown . find out where . Bill and Alyce ---- --- --- ----'--"----'---'--------'--"-'----------'- --------
11 .
E, the gala event honor- Graham hope to move into their

T h waS Edith Cameron on Wed- home on Clark St. Next week ... City Completes

Mrs.night of last week . -. after a two months' wait . Two Drives Lag

ay in a few moments Just Evelyn Lecln is due back from IMPORTANT MEETING ft.1''

ked enough to gather a few high- Hawaii in January for discharge. Groundwork On st '4t rf

P glimpsed the honoree In Bradford
and k
V jug I* most attractive in a blackal Hear Florence (Merserrau) Sil- Chamber: of Commerce
of shell
!, set off by touches cox is taking flying lessons at the Deadline $300,000 Plan

thenStarke cor- newly established Conway field NearWith h n,f qr,

eand! gift of girls . Just found
out that on Saturdays Preliminary 'work on the 'dal"
commemoratedCameron's City / { ,
The and
20 of ser- Sundays the Navy little more than a of Starke's $300,000 post war
,' and it wasHER furnishes a handsome sailor guideto week to go on the Victory program ha been completed and fm

with the company . Also tour the boats anchored off Loan Drive!, Bradford County application has been filed with tha %{ fi {
13.ln11 night Green Cove SprIngs so I'll meet has subscribed to Federal Works Agency for funds
Christian l only 31 8:00
Lble d Mrs.matron Jeanette of the Southern you there this week-end . Incidentally of, Its $178,000 overall Friday, November 30, : P. M., Courthouse with which to carry on the necessary -
you visit Green '
quota. engineering work: This ; +t
11 1 dorm, very becomingly gown- Cove these days you sometimes The Florida Bank at Starke would be repaid out of project

Im whIte __ wonder if Call Street has moved and the Starko pout office reported ELECTION OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS funds possibly advanced In the { ;

there .bodily . Earl Camp- over-all sales through future. '+ t,
'mong the "outsidstt bell's accounting service Is open- yesterday totaling $55,618.75. I. Although the city Is getting t rq

Dr Adam ) Ing a branch there this week and The E bond total to date set to swing Into action when andIf
.Jean, sheIng
nette wife, Norma among others yielding to the call stands, at 943.218.75. while theE Rites WednesdayFor Federal funds become available

like old-fashioned a picture photo straight al- of the Navy are Junius Smith E. quota la $130,000. Driver AccusedIn Mrs. WainwrightMrs. Jury DeliberatesIn \this program is still in the plan- fl, ;

an like B. Mllllgan, Harley F. Strong, Ed ning stage and will not material % 7

Jean Darby looking Dahmer and M. C. Mayhugh . D. A. Monteith, National War ize unless some sort of Federalaid
and Addle Blanche
senorita In black, Soldier Death Wainwright Reddish CaseAt
banish All these and others have
entered, Fund Chairman, announced develops In the future.
of the USO wife ah y
aret Ann Young, or will soon enter the Green Cove week that of Ancll A. Wainwright, died ,
a concerted effort
popular, as always with the must suddenly at her home on Bedford As prepared by engineer J. M.;
r business picture . '
t' Sara Nixon was outstand- be made by all workers to raiseas Riley Strickland, driver for the Lake Saturday night. She was noon Thursday the jury had Edwards the -Item program sub- d. tie

[among the Belles in a black much as possible on BradfordCounty's Strickland Taxi Co., was released born in Bradford County July 24, not returned a verdict in the case mitted to the City Council included {yy ,

generously sprinkled with*e- Edna Nail (Mrs W. S.) certainlyhad quota In this drive Three under $1,000 bond Wednesday and 1899 the daughter of the lateR. of Mr. Dollle Reddish who was : '

11 i and helping do the hostess a bit of bad luck when she sections have not reported and totals will face trial on a manslaughter R. and Dora McKinney Brown. tried on a first degree murder (1)) 378S lln. ft. of 18 inch con- f (

. Elizabeth Phillips went into the Western Union of- have not been received from charge in connection with the She was a member of the Meth- charge at the fall term of Circuit crete storm drains with manholes; j ,5! tt
ors fice to the school workers who are mak- death of Eric Edwards Jr., a soldier Court in Union County this week
j attractive In black and white send a telegram Monday odist Church and for 'the past 4 double 36 Inch by 24 ft. cones
st eked, evening dress, and Be- night . Seems she had $50 set ing a canvass of the residential who waa one of three struck three years had resided In Miami Mrs. Reddish was charged with crete pipe culvert with concrete

Flce Moseley having the time of aside for her trip home to Tenn- section. The total now is $1400. by t a. cab driven by Strickland and Starke where Mr. Wainwright the slaying of her husband Russell headwalls; 5372 cubic yards of ? rrk

and lost The six agencies which shareIn Sunday night near Blanding Cen- Reddish, last August 1 at ++
life with a Major in tow essee It. Ernie Dowl- was connected with the Florida drainage ditch excavation; 1.8
r:etta Sapp gave a' clever 1m- ing (Jr.) says that he and John the National War Fund are ter. East Coast Railway. their home In Ralford. acres grubbing and clearing on r

ionatlon of Carmen Miranda, Anderson were in Tallahassee on the USO Salvation Army, YMCA, Investigating officials stated Service were held Wednesday On the witness stand she testified above drainage ditches. The total 4

t the real entertainment hit of business Sunday, but someone else drive YWCA ts NCCS and JWB. The that Strickland (not) related to afternoon from the First Baptist that ho waa killed accident- cost to be 134,506.00. C

j evening was Morgan Darby's said something about Ernestineand expected to end next week Clayton Strickland, owner of the Church with Rev. W. E. Hall In ally while they were strugglingover ((2)) 21,340 lln. ft. 6-Inch lime- N ,
Gloria . Couldn't find out so give generously when approached taxi company) was driving at a a pistol.
erbug act with Mrs. Christian for charge, assisted by Rev. L. D. rock base pavement. 73.GOO sq. ? '
I. Also glimpsed Marian Johns their last names . John GodwinIs a contribution. high rate of speed on the wrong Haines The DeWitt C. Jones yds. with 1 1-4 inch retread surface -

Bclently escorted by Lt. Hal learning the business at Koch's side of the street when he ran funeral home was in charge of USO ThanksgivingIs treat 73,609 sq. yds. 140,463 t4'hMlin. '

sons and wearing his frater- under the Veteran's Assistance : Into the three soldiers. Edwards, the arrangements. ., ft. concrete curb and gutter v

y 1 pin very much in evidence plan . Bill Godwin who recently Rotarians Hear Talk the most seriously injured, was Surviving are Mr. Wainwright; Colorful Event 24, 037 cu. yds. regular excavation
carried to the
returned from a Jnp prison ; On Business Ethics Hospital where he Camp later died.Blanding one son, George Walnwrl h t, Several hundred enthusiastic for pavement. 23,330 *<]. yds.
is extension to
camp, spending an
2-inch retread surface treatment
Jackson villa t ; one sister Mrs. servicemen, wives, and hostesses ,
|nee, the Southern Bolle are his convalescent leave with his Harry M. Smith of Winter Gar- Alice Padgett, Jacksonville; two attended the gala Thanksgivingparty to be applied to 7,010 lln. ft. of 4$

ilnly on the ball, and Mra.Jrlstlan brother Jim at the State Farm den, a past District Governor of Field OfficesOf brothers, Sheriff A. O. Andreu, held at the USO Club existing. brick pavement laid in rh

and her group deserve .Shuford. Hear and that Keeffee Lawteyltes Harrell Dave are Rotary, was guest speaker at the Civil ServiceTo Starke and J, O. Andreu, Miami; Thursday night Nov. 22 A de- 1910. The total cost to be $192.-

i of credit for their ready co- and two grandchildren Betty and Iclous old-fashioned roast turkey 169.03.

(ration with anything planned home with discharges J. G. Starke club Wednesday discussingthe Be Closed Peggy Wainwright of Jackson- dinner was served between the ((8) One 250.000 gallon steel ,

r soldier entertainment or other Alvarez 'also rates one and he second object of Rotary whichis ville. hours of 6 and 8 o'clock, followedby water tank to coat S28.300.60. n
and Rita are at home at 3021 O. E. Myers, Atlanta Ga., Reg-
nmunlty activities . The girl the increasing and fostering of: Interment was In Crosby Lake a formal dance with the 183rd (4) One 20 ton incinerator to
. .
Market St., Jacksonville ional Director of the U. S. Civil
e i been great help at the Red 1. high ethical standards in Service Commission advised today Cemetery In the family lot. Active AOF Band from Camp Blandingturnlshlnl' cost $33.312.00.

Canteen at camp on Satury business and profession; } pallbearers w a r e N. D Wain the music. A lively
One fire alarm
that effective immediately all ((5) system with
nights and among those serv- Qeorge Managua postcards from 2. the recognition of the worthiness field offices of the Fifth Regionof wright. Jr., H. II. Houston, A.. J. floor show consisting chiefly of 4 miles''' of circuit with 14 alarm
last week were Margie Sapp. Atlanta that he Is coming to of all E. K. L. J GI received.
useful. occupations, the U. S. Civil Service Commission Thomas Perryman, talent was'heartily boxes to cost 12893.50
f zette Sapp, Bather, Crews Sara Camp Blanding on Dec. 5 with a and were closed. Green and C, A. Knight Special guest for the occasion
\\'S, Violet Town end, Jean "red hot" basketball team .'
Sara wtlfplay Blanding quin- 3. the dlJnlfyI.Uby", each ,Rotarian This includes. .all the Commis- were.40 Navy men from Green More Men
k. Nixon'Eraesttae' They
ando' the Arrive
of his Cava :.:hgw'. who .tttoned :
occupation an 9p aria .
op- Recent Births I CL '
sion's 'offices : -
field -
Ira Pauling-all under the di- tet at 8 p. m_ that date and now being op- there'wltb"'th
portunity to serve society. ship berthing pro. With DischargesMora
the 'five southeasternstates ,
of Mrs. Christian of George would like to see some of erated in
jctlon Mr. Smith pointed out that high LINDA I.OIJ1SK BROUOHTON ject. Locar hosts and hostesses,
I Id basketball fans, such as which are Alabama Flor-
rSe Thanks, girls . the old
ethical standards in business will Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Broughtonof for the:even1ng were Mrs J. M. familiar face are seen
: and Artford Brown, ida, Georgia, South Carolina and
I keep up the good work ,> I ItlB Mullet the sidelines . Also a note pay big dividends In the long run Tennessee. Starke announce the birth of a Mitchell, Mrs. W. Q. Strtngfellow, along Call Street every day a* .4 ,I

on and urged Rotarians to apply the daughter Linda Louise, on Nov. Mrs. Shellie Hall, Mrs. Mollie Le men continue to arrive home with Adischarges
and in the mall from Bill Wainwright Mr. Myers emphasized that he
EmN: Chief Petty Of-
: following 4-way test to any ques- 10. cln, Mrs. Barbara Breazeale, Mrs.Janie
er 1 Foster describing the housing situationIn sincerely regretted having to close wry
Reynolds Is here for
tionable Is Avery, Miss Madge Middle-
business practice: 1. Charles (Hud) Jenkins, Painter ifJv
J days after : Atlanta as "tough" but stating all the field offices, but It was
a tour of Honolulu MARJORiE ELAINE
it the truth? 2. Is it fair to all ALTAIAN ton, and W. T. Clute. 2-c Is at his home here after be- paN
id other South Pacific Islands. . : that he and family have at last because of the reduction-In-force : Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Altman of } xl
concerned? 3. Will It build goodwill
ing discharged from the
Informal dancing will be enjoyedat Navy. Ha ,
eve St. John has been dlscharby ,,- found a nice little apt. at 124 W. which was necessitated by a Lake Butler announce the birthof 1 y M MIn
for business
the or profession the club this spent 15 months overseas and
I Saturday night
I the Navy and Is spending' Dixie Ave. In Marietta , Glimpsed drastic cut in the appropriation of a daughter, Marjorie Elaine, on
and better friendships for our the Okinawa .
beginning at 8 o'clock. A Camp on campaign.J. t q
and Tick the Commission.
me time with Wilma McClane sons I
hi sister in Nov. 13.
? 4. Will It be to
people profitable band will furnish the
Blanding .
T Kirkland
Jr. discharged
through was -
rarian, Conn. . Ex-Wave Ruby and Don on a flying trip all concerned? Local persons interested In securing -
cox Is home with father J. L. town last Friday to meet bro.-In- employment with the Fed- LEE HtniN JOHNSON music. on Nov. 21 at Davis- W

Id family . Henry Silcox is law Houston McClane who Is get- The speaker drove home his eral Government should apply to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony R. Johnson Monthan Field in Tucson, Ariz. He I
. point with several graphic illustrations of Starke announce the birth had served with the 4105th AAF
le Plan
In Friday or Saturday from ting a discharge at Blanding the Board of U. S. Civil Service 1-Day PickupFor ;i
where businesses have of a son, Lee Irbln, on Nov. 15.PKEVATT Base Unit.
e Pacific -
for a discharge .. Examiners located at the War De- Used
-rill McMillan Is expected home So'long . See you in the nextCarolyn definitely standard profited of ethics.from using a partment, Camp Blanding, Starke, BAUV ClothingD. T-5 Isadore R. Gllason of/4U. 2, r

oat any day from the ETO . . high Other guests at this meetingwere for employment with the above Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Prevatt A. Monteith, who has accepted Starke ha been discharged after +
ake Jackson is Chief organization and the local secretary serving overseas with the 172nd p
a Petty the Rev. John M. Sikes of of Lawtey announce the birth of a again this year the chairmanship '
F. A. Bn. He k
Eva L. Fernandez at the the Army )
-- Dunellon and J. Gary Ennis. daughter on Nov. 23. of the used clothing drive,
In February 1942 and took In
post office for I'enerallnlormatlon has annonunced that one day will part
JSO Volunteers Methodist Church regarding other Federal employ- EVANS BAI1Y the campaigns of Normandy,
I be set aside for, house to house
wend( Conference revival meeting Plane Rides OfferedAt ment opportunities or write the Mr, and Mrs T. J. Evans of pickup. On that date, which will Northern France, Ardennes Rhineland :I
The two-weeks' Starke the birth of and Central -
Airport Sunday Regional Office U S. Civil Ser- announce a be announced later everyone will Europe. ti

burkeltes will figure promln- conducted by the Rev. and Mrs. vice Commission Atlanta, Georgia. son on Nov. 25. be asked to have used clothing in T-5 Edison W Cunningham of

'Hy In the USO Volunteer Con- John M. Slices at the Methodist A bird's eye view of Starke for DOROTHY MARIE LIZINIUCE an accessible spot and a truck Lake Geneva ha been dischargedafter ( i

>wce being held In Jacksonvilleay Church closed Friday night. Mr. I I$1 will be featured at the Starke Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Lizinbee of will pick It up. The drive opens serving in the Coast' Guard

with the Rev. Grover All- Sikes ha greatly Impressed his Airport Sunday when ride over Presbyterian ChurchThe Starke announce the birth of a January 7 and last through Jan- since January 1942.

n conducting a panel forum and hearers with his earnestness and the city will be given In a plane daughter, Dorothy, Marie, on Nov. uary 30.Lawtey. Joseph Lee Simmons, Machinists '

p. Mattie= Gahagan serving as much spiritual inspiration has re- piloted by John Arthur Torode, Presbyterian Church of "u. Mate 3-c, ha* been discharged by '

lunteer chairman 8t''ted from his splendid messages. recently discharged after several Starke announce the following To Hold the Navy. M'y:

sa Others of reglstra- Hot* was ably assisted by his wife years of service with the 8th Air program of worship for Sunday, ANTHONY CECIL GEIGER Ruby M.: Silcox. Sp. (Q) 2-c,

rence from here attending the Con- who led the congregational sing Force. Dec. 2: Mr and Mr. Otis Geiger an- City Election has received a discharge from the ,

Osborne, Mrs will be Mr*. T. ing that was a feature of each The airport, situated 1.5 miles Sunday School will meet at 9:45: nounce the birth of a son on Nov. WAVES. +;' }
Junlu M. Smith 22 in the Alachua Hospital O. J. Phillip and Oeo. F. Youngare
County -
evening service. Road 13 unJer the supervision of Mrs.
Shellie Hall south of Starke on was
p. MT'II. Mollie Len
Mlas Madge Holy Communion will be ob- recently purchased by V S. St. Jeanette Young. Regular morn- Gainesville. The baby ha candidate for mayor of Law- Roosevelt Bond Club'' '

J n, Carter Mrs. Middleton R. J. Davis Mrs.and served at both the morning and John and R. G. Kidd for develop Ing worship will be at 11 a. m. been named Anthony Cecil. tey In the regular city election to r
i's' Luclle Mitchell. evening services Sunday. Young ment. and the pastor Rev. J. L. West be held on Tuesday. Dee 4. Every person who buy one of h ;

""I The program'will) be People will meet at 6:15: for a will use for his subject "The CARD OF THANKS Other office In the city govern the new $200 Roosevelt Memorial ,
PW sUCh well-known'person snack and an interesting program.The Target" or "I PO Mean You." We take this method of thank- ment are uncontested with only Bonds I'presented' with an at '

'. Undsley a as District Conference will beheld Unemployed Pay The scripture reference I IAI,, Mat- Ing our, many friends who were one candidate announcing for each tractive'card signifying membership ''k'"
ark City' national p. president of New of In the First Church at Pay\ To Twelve thew 2145. and so kind death to of us our during dear the husbandand Illness of the following places: In the "Roosevelt Victory

SO; Gilbert Gainesville on December 4 and 5* Mrs. E. E. Lansing will have For City Marshall: D. B. Loan Club." These may be ob-
McLemore USO
Unemployment father. For their kind words
fflonal compensation charge of the music and Mrs. E. Thomas. tained at the two main issuing o
executive and others.t of sympathy and beautiful floral
ConventionThe payment totaling $225: were madeto M. Davis will preside at the or For City Clerk: Louis H. Hill. agent In Starke The Florida

t Singing 12 workers In Bradford County gan. The public is cordially Invited offerings, may God bless them For Councilman (two to be Bank at Starke and the post of .
The all. Mrs. Maude and
TabernacleThia Bradford County singing during the week of November' 8 to all these service Proctor elected): J. M Reddish; H. C. fice. '
children. '
Of these workers 11 were
week's serVices convention met at the First Christian to 10. Kelly.
at the
Church Sunday, Nov. 25: from Build New Home Berry.Rosier Rites '
J"rnacle began with a fine mes- men.Classifications Included in this Early StrawberryLacy
pw Sunday morning Rev. 2:30: until 5 p. m. There was a Pay Taxes Today
="""- F. profitable and enjoyable time group were laborer ahlpfltter, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas are Funeral services were held Tues-
Tlbbltt of Keystone very bulldozer Simmons, wall I known
eights. H9 used for all who attended. Mr. and truck driver, chipper, building a 95,000 frame home on of Today Nov. 30, i I. the last day day afternoon in Evergreen Cemetery ey""'
his Reno
a* topic strawberry grower ,
eeklng First Mrs. Crosby are great workersfor operator, pipe coverer carpenter a lot recently purchased from Carl that taxpayer may benefit from for Berry Rosier who died at '
The of brought the first that
Kingdom citrus ripe berry
d." The these meetings and are to be mechanic, Industryworkers. John near the edge of Starke on the maximum discount of four his home near Lawtey Monday, ,
evening wa he has picked this) season to the
leered' by Cordon message congratulated on the success of the highway to Palatka. Mr. percent offered during November.This Nov. 26. Arrangement were ,
L. Purdy. al- Telegraph office Wednesday lie
of Keystone their effort to get people to Thomas Is In 'the pulpwood and applies to city taxes a* wellas under the direction of DeWitt C. "" cl''
Height. His sub- says the bushes are looking fine
*i was Thanksgiving. Special sing more religious songs. The Christian ChurchRev. logging business.Missionary. and has hope for a successful state and county. During De- Jones. "

IIIlc was church Invited pie convention to cember the discount will be three Survivor are one brother, J. ,,

rendered at all er- meet with them again. W. O. Smedley Pastor CouncilThe season. percent. Q. Rosier, Lawtey and his mother. l s t
I -- '
ea.There announces the following servicesat Mrs. Rebecca Grlffi, Lawtey.
WIll be services Friends here have received Invitations -
every CHRIST the First Christian Church for Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Hawkinsson
CHURCH OF Missionary Council of the
week to the 50th
with John wedding an-
CNeil Dr. Christ In Starke the week of Dec. 2. Bible School Paul, of Waldo and Rev. and
of The Church of First Christian Church will meet St. 'Mark'sCorporate
Washington niversary of the Rev. and Mrs' J.
Dk C.
u 10 with morning -
e following servicesfor will meet at a. m. Mrs. John M. Sikes of Dunellon
guest announce the at the church on Thursday evenIng -
speaker C. Dlggs of 112 E. Faris Rd.,
through Friday.
service at 11 a. m.
ere will be special music with Sunday. Dec. 2: Bible study worship at 7 p. m. Greenville S. C. Rev. Diggs wo were Thanksgiving day dinner Communion will ba ''

rerent Instruments' Is held at 10 a. m. Sunday morn- Young People's Society of Christian at one time a beloved pastor of : guests of Mr. and Mrs. Titus observed at St. Mark'. Episcopal
h. i at many of service at 11 Endeavor w\Jl\, meet at 7 p. OLaon. Mrs. Hawkins ts a sisterof Church "
services. Ing with preaching I Sunday morning at 8:30
the Starke Methodist church.
7:30 Mrs. D. W Moor went to The- d
A The subject m., with evening worship at : Mr. Slke o'clock and the i
and 7 m. of the
welcome a. m. p. men congregation -
is extended to everyne. I I Is held ressa Wednesday to spend Miss Madeline Lecln la returnIng -
for the morning service will be p. m. Prayer meeting several Capt. and Mr. M. T. Oakley will be guests at a '
days with her sister, Mrs. from New York this
The Unanswered Prayer" and the Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. City returned here Wednesday evening, breakfast following the service. '

After a evening topic will be "Man Blest, i At the morning service the pastor Sullivan. week-end. She has been there a- after spending ten days In Gren- Last Sunday the following perIons

ceUpatlOQ tour of duty with the But Not Satisfied." I will speak on the subject Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Nunneryand bout four months.Mr. ada, bias, with his parent Until were confirmed by Bishop ; ,

01. f' Tr forces In Japan, Lt. Bible study Is held at "When, by" Whom and Why the Mrs. W. N. Johnson spent a and Mrs. David Kelly and Capt. Oakley la discharged they Juhan: Kenneth and Lloyd Crider.

; Long arrived at Camp Mid-week Herron Christian Church Came into BeIng recent Sunday in Green Cove Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Lewis and son will be here at the home of Mrs. Mary Ann '
Lng W. Ray, and Daniel Coleman ;, +
* caarged yesterday and expect to 7 p. m. and the Church ." and the evening topic will Springs inspecting; the boat stationed ' and T J. Letchworth made a business Oakley's parent, Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mr. Bryan ,I (. '
the minister
from the service 1. there. to Jacksonville Olin W. White.
"Bondage. trip Monday.
the near future. extend a welcome to everyone. I be Whitfield of the State Farm. I

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.-- _-- I . . . . . . Mrs. Harry Sap and< family, of Jacksonville
. . . . . e . visit her brother, who Is very 111. I Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Were *
: THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Emory Guy Is spending this Sunnybrook John B. Crews, Lake Butler. Friends Wade Harren >"
'business In
\ \ 'j State Farm week attending to Dinner was served under the O. W. Barry win rellltlvee] Of I

Miami. By Mrs. Arsula Crawford large oaks In Mrs Sapp'a yard. that she Cegi
il ", EMtAbUfthed 1877 fly IU.,.. Bryan Whitfield CM 2-c H. W Prlester with Ie serioUsly gli0

1:\ t E. LlaUhewlI! ______.__ Editor and Owner . . . . . . Mrs. Priester and their small . . . . . . Mrs. Vera Bardin of Canal Point Alachua County liospltal l J III
;' ,. t daughter spent Friday with Mr. Those attending the singing con- and Mrs. A. D. Connor of Ft. Mr and Mrs E
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and
7. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins. Mr. vention at the Christian ChurchIn Pierce were visiting Mrs. Nora were visiting Mr V0hl>
Second ClaM Matter and
: PIIbIlitlled Weekly on Friday and Entered M daughters, Lila Rae, June, Peggy Stokes
and H
his discharge Mr. and
Prlcster is receiving Starke Sunday were Sunday.S farnIly
Office! at 8t rko, Florida. Sunday visitors Sapp !sunderHenry
.t. y at the Post and Francis, wero and .
of Mr.: and Mrs. A. G Yongue In from service after serving 4 yearsin Mrs. Floyd Crosby and family 1-c J. W. Kelly of San Diego Stokes ?
ti Martel.! the Pacific with the 72 Mod. Mr and Mrs Marcus Conner Calif., Is visiting relatives here Texas this week VliiliJ! !&
t J. M. Jack Seabees. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carter and this week. Mrs. C. L
Bomb Mrs. Bradley S-Sgt. Atkinson
;. Man and the Bradley and Carolyn Bradley I left Mrs. Linnle Seely had her children daughter, Gladys, of Maxvilla Mr. and Mrs Wilson Russ and ter and Mrs j R and?
and Maurice of Citra Mr. and Mrs. C. C. "
Shirley were visiting daughter. *
,+ Uncut Editorial by Russell Kay Wednesday for Athena Ga., where weekend.Mr. Thursday. children were shopping in Lake Jackie. were/ br '
her last
as guests Crosby and family ore business 8u
mother, Mrs J. B. Friday
Mrs Bradley's Butler Saturday;
N From all reports the destructive force of the recently and Mrs. J. C. Wynn have Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Mr. and Mrs
Tread well, is a patient in a hoi I H
it been recent of Mrs. Wynn's Jod and Sher- Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Crews and H. Wes
s discovered atomic bomb is so great that stag- While in Georgia they guests children, Beverly of Sanderson were
gers the imagination. Scientists tell us that those dropped vlHited pital. relatives in several points.Clinton . mother, Mrs. Let tie l Parker of ,man, were transacting business at daughter, Margie Sue, were visiting and Mrs. C Tyie! YaIUnr!
Crews' Mr. and 8una
tr t might bet < Starke.Mr. the State Farm Sunday morning. Mrs. parents Mr. and Mrs. .
I' on Japan, as devastating as they were, Bradley of Jacksonville Mrs. O. W. Barry Sunday.Mr. c n RO
I t : compared as a cap-pistol to a cannon, were the real<< came Wednesday of last week to and Mrs. J. Holley and son I Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Crosby Mrs. C. Fogg of Grah8l11.bertl
visiting. here Sun- family moved Into their new home and Mrs.. Lee Green and visiting Mr
the of were
of this fearful brought into play by visit his maternal grandparents, Foley and Mrs
weapon I.
power : Their friends and relatives and Mrs. Charles Wade P.
i admit could Mr. and Mrs\, J. H. Hundley, Saturday. children erts Thursday.
i.y which they readily ,
, use of larger bombs Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and day.Frederick Watterson had beginners I wish them, much success in Anderson were visiting friends In

$' : (H be easily produced. Mrs J. w!' Woodward were W. luck when he bagged a deer I the future. Gainesville Thursday Friday and JOIN THE CII.\
1j:1: i! We are told that through its use, whole nations! Herron and Corp. and Mrs. New and a wild< turkey while on a Mrs. H. B. 'Kelly and children Saturday.Mrs. CO.l\UUr..cE: and! M 811L
X5,1 could be destroyed! in a matter of hours civilization ton Knox of Starke. hunting expedition with his ;' spent part of last week In Jacksonville H. M. Baxter and children Starkf' 4tP hi

l1 wiped out and mankind left a pitiful remnant. So sin- Mrs. Robert Kite, Mrs. W. G. father, it L. Wattr on wH Van visiting her brother and

e istcr is its promise, if employed for evil, that no living Strlngfellow, Mrs. J. G. Godwin, Oouberly In Dixie Count Jtly.Heilbronn tlster-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey

,'4 K'l, thing anywhere on this earth may ever again feel safe< Mrs. R. P. McLendon and Jim Woods and Mrs. Nobel Woods

;14 g .1 y t or secure. Rltch served at the Red Cros .1 I Shopping in Jacksonville) last Homemade Chili Hot Dogs Sandwichei

,. a r'',jtit It isn't a very pretty picture and gives every thinking Canteen at Camp Blanding last ; 'week were Mrs\, Essie Crosby! ,

person ample cause for alarm. Beside this monstrous Tuesday night. Mrs.: Floyd Crosby, Mrs. Marcus Our Specialty. .

: instrument all other implements of war fade into Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fanche Hy The Krlt, >l 'Conner, Mrs. Beulah Kelly, Mrs.

insignificance. had as Thanksgiving guests Mi. . . . . . . J. R. Kelly and Mrs. Raymond TilE
f,1r i F' bomb itself is quite harm- and Mrs. W. W McCrary aDd< Crosby. HOME
: ""r But in reality the atomic OF HOME
Mian Elsie Hyatt of Jacksonville O. Norman and COOKIXGerry'
and Mrs.
is Mr. and
it it Crawford
lent As powerful and terrifying as appears Mrs.
Mrs. R. P\\ Stubblns Sr., and Green Cove
"i children went to visit
'f of the slightest harm daughter Shirley Ann were
,, utterly incapable doing anyone her grandson, Charles Pulley, Jr.. Sunday to see the boats
wills Springs Mr. and Mrs. C. C. CrawfordIn
'f unless himself by his own deliberate action ing
: i ,4 man returned to Tallahassee Monday; anchored there. Lake Butler recently. '
it after having spent the ThanksgivIng A.S Edward 'W. Davis, who Is
ti3 so.So it is not the bomb we have to fear but OUR- holidays with Dr. and Mrs stationed in Green Cove now, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby

1' & 4 SELVES. More terrible and dangerous than the R. 1'. Stubbins. spent the Thanksgiving holidayswith were visiting Cpl. and Mrs. Earl

r ir atomic bomb or any other destructive instrument man James Verner, who was recently; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jones and children in Starke Sun- CALL STREET

K ..11, may construct is the unbridled power of thought that discharged from _the Armed< W. L. Davis. day afternoon. NEXT DOOR TO
dwells in the mind of man for it is thought that led forces, and his mother Mrs. Mollie \, F B. Clark and son John Brady We are sorry to report at this : CNWAY

to the discovery of the bomb itself and it is the Verner of Jacksonville were went to Grandin.deer hunting Sat- writing that Mrs. Lester Crosbyis
"' ' will overnight guests of :Mr. and Mrs. ill. Her many friends and relatives
minds of that
thoughts that will arise in the men
J. M. Bradley Tuesday urday.We wish her a speedy recovery.
a ? determine his own future. are sorry to hear Jerry
1 Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Jack Underhill
u If world leadership insists on clinging to hate, Norman Is very sick. visiting Mr. and
returned Sunday from Orlando Edwardsand of Rising were '
Mr. and Harvey
e greed and a lust for power if world leaders practice where they had been since FrIday family of Jacksonville spent 'Mrs C. C. Crosby Monday night. ,

t deceit and cunning breed distrust and suspicion, spar because both Dr. and Mrs J. S, Sunday visiting here. I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly hadas

It for personal advantage and selfish gains and fail to Chapman, parents of Mr. Chap- Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hall and dinner guests Sunday, Rev. f/' Service

; c bring about the establishment of a new world order in man, are in a sanitarium. Friends: children of Thercsaa spent the day Earnest Knowles and Mr. and Station

1, t'' k 1 which all nations large and small may live as friends hope that Dr. and Mrs. Chapman Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Raymond Knowles and son,

?t+x v n and neighbors, each concerned with the welfare of the will steadily Improve.En A. W. Brown. all of Folkston, Ga. PHONE 147 RING 2 FOR SKKVICE

+ td"6 other and each contributing to the maintenance of peace route from Memphis Tenn., Mrs.\, F. B. Clark and daughter, Gene Austin of Maxville spentthe

and prosperity then the danger of atomic energey becomes and Tallahassee to his home Ir Nadine spent Sunday with Mrs Thanksgiving holidays with Oil
Ca Miami, J. A. Bouvier, Jr., was R. II. McCarthy. Bule and Bobby Crosby.Brooker. Changing[
', a horrible thing to contemplate .
/ pl i alb the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mrs. R. H. M c C a rthy, Mary 6> Greasing
'&4 'w While the sword of destruction hangs over our . . . . . .
"i, it that still haven't learned our lesson. Thanksgiving Jane McCarthy and Noah W.
q1 heads seems we 9 Waxing
of Mr. and
Overnight guests Jackson were visiting at the State
i Instead of the peace we fought to attain we see the Mrs. L. F. Chapman Monday were Farm Monday. '' 'O Washing
? ; war continuing with fighting breaking out at new ; cn
f Mr. and Mrs. James W. Chapmarof Bruce Crawford, AMM 3-c who j
7A points almost daily. Even those nations that fought as San Antonio Texas. has been stationed at San Fran- Dy Joyce Atkinson ., & Polishing

y ; Allies now view each other with distrust and appre- During the Thanksgiving holi- cisco, Calif., Is. spending a leave. . . . . . . O Tire Repairs

;' '" :, hension. days Mr. and Mrs. W. W. fish with his parents. IIIRTIIDAY DINNER

,,1 ; We may draw up charters, write treaties, arrive at and children Mr. and Mrs. J. O.. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman Mrs Nora Sapp celebrated her ELECTRIC, ARC WELDING

1 diplomatic agreements but they still remain mere scraps Randal], Jr., and children and Mr. were shopping in Jacksonville Friday 04th birthday anniversary Sunday,
r h
ti of paper. Our only hope lies in the establishment of and Mrs. Theodore Randall and 'Nov. 18. Present with her werea

J; i ," international law that can reach not only every nation children, all of Jacksonville visited Mrs. Orlne Cowart and Mary brother, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. AMOCO GAS
Mr. and Mrs. J. Randall ONE HOUR
O. Sr.
o r but individual and back such international law Jane McCarthy were visiting Crews and family of Lake Butler -
every Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Jerry Norman and Mrs. Harris. ; two sisters, Mr. and Mrs. E. OIL & GREASE ,
that is world wide in
ti: ; with a world police power scope Jrs.\, C. M. Mr. and
''x Turney were Mrs. Emma Page and son, M. A. Sapp of New River and Mr. and ,
N w and recognizes no national borders but can step<< in and'
Mrs: John P. Turney and daughter C. Howard H. "C. Crews, Lou Mrs. W. H. Richard jon of Jacksonville -
enforce the peace when international law is,.trespassed! Mary Carol, and Mrs. CharlesW. Knight and Ida Lee Starling/ wentto ,and..llr. '.aifd Mrs. P. S. Quaker .State ,
punishing the Individuals responsible jU'Bts 1n this Turney and children Joanna Jacksonville' to visit the zoo Crews, 'Raiford. Mr. and Mrs. If'
trio country today the FBI steps in to arrest those indl- and Margaret, of Jacksonville. recently. Robert Ward, Starke, Mr. and Oil

te' ? I viduals who break our national laws. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Tilman Hanburg of Jacksonville Sealed Containers .

+, ' ; Such a police force maintained on the same high Chesser and family during the pent Thanksgiving Mr. and ,

fir h j, y e t 1 plane as the FBI and given the atomic bomb and such Thanksgiving holidays were Mr, Mr,*. Raymond Crosby. RADIOS
WI other instruments of defense and protection as it might and Mrs. Earl Chesscr and children Freeman Hodge was carried to HIDE

need to maintain world peace would'cause troublemakers [ of Hellbronn Springs and the State Farm Hospital Monday. REPAIREDPROMPT FLORIDA AUTO LITE
4 A Miss Rasha Morgan of Lawtey. BATTEHIESTake ;
i i, Mr. and Mrs. Levy Griff and
i to think twice before starting anything. MOTOR\ LINES

?Il ''f i a For example if such a world police force were now Capt.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.John Alton Kuykendilland Uowlej! daughter, Beatrice, were' visitingat & GREYHOUND
the State Farm Thanksgiving.Mr. SERVICEDAHMER'S
established l, both Chiang Kai-shek! and his opposing of Waldo were visitors of Mr. and BUSSES
and Mrs. Freeman Rhoden .
"" .
'"r Communist war lord could be told to quit horsing around Mrs. Richard Markham Sunday. In .
w'4r g i' '' and behave themselves Oil ELSE. One or two. W. E. Flllyaw of Ashburn, Ga., and spent Sunday A For Safety 0'; 5'/a/IIIMIft: ,'

yhis 1 1 atomic bombs dealt impartially on both sides in the : pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Ancel Norman and children Comfort & Economy I

,1 interest of law order and world peace would have what I M. D.: Young.Mr. were visiting Mrs. R. M. GIFT SHOP Phone 147

4 was left of the warring factions loving each other and' and Mrs. J. B. Stricklandand Johnson In Waldo Saturday.Pfc Care Of It
4 son, Johnnie, of Graham and 110 EAST CALL ST.
no fool in'. John W. Dunn has received I
Once all nations and all Individuals in those nations their friends Mr. and Mrs. Ben- his discharge! and Is home.
nett, were guests of :Mr.
I knew that swift and sure punishment would fol- and Mrs. A. C. Davis Friday.
low any breach of international law and a lot of guys Friends of Mr.\, and Mrs. R. S. --- -

? c i that are now running around with rifles and hand Rosier and family sympathize

o'.y"t' 4i grenades would be at home doing their fall plowing. with them In the death of :Mr.

+ t y Some folks say "how you gonna do it, you can't loafer's brother, B. E. Rosier who Fast goin'. . Have a Coca-Cola

' ever get all the world to accept one philosophy or one lived near Lawtey. .
j creed?" Maybe not. But we've done a pretty good job Corp. and Mrs. Tom Lowery of ,. -

of it in this country just about every nationality and Camp Blanding spent Wednesday

lay y every creed is found in our metropolitan centers and night and Thursday with their

r; t they all live together in peace, for they know that if relatives, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox.Hampton J S

A 1 i7 ; 4 i they don't old John Law, District Municipal, County . . . . . . l -

; they State do.or Federal will descend- on them and see that ,, i t -

Maybe we'll find the answer and maybe we won't,
tt but if don't and soon By 1\11'8. M. C. Sweeney'Mrs.
we some youngster on a more
. . C . . .
I advanced planet will point to the sky and say "Look,

l; '' ,f Mama there goes a shooting star"-and that will be J. T. Guy and Mrs. Linnle

US. Think it over.MARTIN'S. Seely were Joint hostesses at the 1 ,
!4e'j' i i I home of the former Wednesday of
} fast week when they entertained .Jr*

the Ladles Council of the Christian

Church. A devotional program

RESTAURANT appropriate to the Thanksgiving -
season, was carried out and
t } ; 1v during the social hour refresh-
,, r'' l y t y ments of hot chocolate and cook-
d2 ies were served. I
t On Tuesiay evening, Nov. 20, ?
OPEN ALL NIGHT Dr Fields, representing the Flor- \

ida Baptist Missions gave an ex y,y i

!i'vj cellent address concerning this Interest

and presented pictures at
the school auditorium.'' Dr. Fields,

GOOD QUICK who was spending a short while

in Starke was accompanied by

j + 4'l F, FOOD SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott.
Miss Barbara Home of the
8ls! /_?7 8g Woman's College In Tallahassee

enjoyed Thanksgiving day with

rv her parents, Mr and Mrs. J. W. . a friendly answer to what and how to- servq

; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Priester of
t ; Lake Butler spent Monday and When young folks get together it's never long before you hear the:

x4i Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
FULL COURSE Adklns and family. welcome: words Have: a, Co\e:. By right of unanimous adoption Coca-Cola '

i Mrs. MArion Gnann and children -

r N 4 DINNER 50cr Florrie and Jimmy, of Jacksonville belongs to their world of refreshment and friendliness. And there's no '
are spending this week

P t with Mrs. Gnann's sisters, Mrs. easier way for Mom to win their approval than to be sure that ice-cold
Sa C. L. May and Mra. M. C. Swee-

Enjoy Good Food Served In ney.Misses Margaret and Lucille Coke is. in the family refrigerator . ready to serve. .bbre.iuNp
Hall of Dasher Ga., spent the "CCoI..nd ed trecJto
: Clean, Quiet Surroundings Thanksgiving:: holidays with relatives OTTltD UNOII AUTHORITY Of THI COCA-COIA COMPANY iY "Cok'" h distins !be p....
here. '
Mrs. J. M. Maxwell left Tuesdayfor STARKE 'COCA-COLA, BOTTLING CO. act of.coc..colaColllpd1'I

,----- -.,- --- Savannah, Ga., where she will I p
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odora, the Industry. Another dayI spires and lifts us above the or. . . e . . . . drews golden w e d din g anniver night. catf-d 3 mile west of Lawtey.r

lay i Hill walked, I watched I listened. dinary. sary were Mr. and Mrs. Will Barr Remember services each Sunday

The wind In the pines was like The honor roll for Miss Eunice's New River Mr. and Mrs. Colbert, Mr. and
morning and evening with mid JOIN TIlE C If A M B E K OF
the rustle of room for October Mrs. Mac McCormick and Mrs 1
angel wings. I sat was Joane Hen- !
Burps but 14
By Lura By The School week prayer service on Wednesday COMMERCE: : and help
.. .. . . down In the sun on warm, dry dry Mildred, Hester Starling Gene Austin ; . . . . . . Boll Poll. night. Woodlawn Church: Is lo Htarkr.OICDEKS r'
pine needles. Manning. Margarette Wilkinson . Mrs. A. D. Connor, Ft. Myers
REIN:! \0\'EMBER WINGS At every gust of Wilma ItosJey, Margaret' :SIR. AND MRS. ANDREWS Mrs Vera Barden and son Van, ---- .........,'" ._- -- ...-......- -- -..--

.r OTT .\ N D I WALKTHEWOODSONAHOLI wind the needles sifted down. Padgett Mildred Sculley and Ella CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY who spent 40 months in a Japanese NOW TAKEN FOR

? Moss swayed to and fro in the Mao Osteen. i Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Andrews prison camp, H. B. Hunt and ,! '

nearby oak. I could smell gum Mrs. F D. Lang spent' Sunday : celebrated their Golden Wedding son Ben of Mulberry were visit- CUSTOM MADE FURNITURE

best, who loveth best, in the cup near my shoulder. Not afternoon with Mr and Mrs. Jack anniversary Sunday, Nov. 23 witha ing Mr. and Mrs E. A. Sapp over

raytth i both great and small; far away some Autumn leaves Wilkinson. bountiful dinner spread on a the week-end. Furniture Refinishing and Repairs

things God who loveth us, peeped thru the trees. I leaned Buddy Wilkinson's new building long table placed In the yard at Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilbur and
the and loveth all. Is ready for the floor. It Is a their home. The table was centered son returned to their home in

mods Coleridge. against the tree, breathed deep, nice large bull ding 1 and they with the lovely anniversary Cortex, Colo., Tuesday after a Kitchens Remodelled and Cabinets '.

relaxed and clpsed my eyes. Peace j,should be able to give better service cake and a color scheme of gold visit with their parents Mr. and

holidays were spent mostly love and contentment were In my to customers.I and green was used. Mrs. R. J Turner and other relatives IIIslaliedEddie

out of doors. One aftere heart. I recalled the above poem. enjoyed Lt Adkin's letter in Mrs. Andrews wore a long gold for the past two months. p, ) ,%
rode out in the deep pinese To be able to love deeply one last week's Telegraph. Many dress with an orchid corsage and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nettles and Hartman Furniture Mfg. Co. "
were dippingThe must have a great heart. One I her granddaughters, Miss Joan Beland Johns made a business
colored men others like myself any it, too, expressed Phone 52-J or 87-L
road wound around a- must have attained the depth of their sentiments. I Moreland. Miss Mary I.. Andrewsand trip to Jacksonville Saturday. .. -
hopehe --
forest' emotion and the soundness of Miss Maxine Andrews wore
The .
the trees. can know that many of us feel ....... .
and the trees cast long judgment that makes a well we have done as he has suggested. long green dresses with corsagesof New Business Here -- --

T. The gum gleamed white rounded character and balanced yellow chrysanthemums.About : Prompt Service Careful Drivers '
above the red, clay personality. Love is the moat a hundred guests were Mr. and Mra. George A. Mitchell )
he loved the beauty the wonderful thing In life. It In- My son writes from the Pacific present and Mr. and Mrs. Andrews have come to Starke from Lake
I that he will not be home until
received many useful gifts. Wales and will open a sandwich STARKE TAXI SERVICEand
I some time next year. There is
and drink business In the new
still work to be done. Church services were held Sun-
I I '
I Winkler Building on Temple Ave. BPf! y ,1Aj
7i Walter Powell and mother of day morning and evening at the next week. It will be called The
I Long Bridge Christian Church:
Bayard spent Thanksgiving!! Day Chatterbox. Until they can find
with a good book. .1 with Mrs. T. A. Brinson, his aunt with the Rev Fred Dodd of Mid- a house or an apartment! and MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone

.. .1I and her son Aubrey. : lakes In charge. !Mrs. Mitchell are staying at the

13 Mr. Westbury Griffis has been I Vernell' Moody received a discharge :Magnolia Hotel.
+ 3 .1I I grinding cane and making from the army Thursday. 150

u 441 AHll .1I They have made over 300 gallona.I syrup. Mr. and Mrs. Heimle Kelly and . . . . . CD Day NightCOURTESY 'A
have been over there about three children of Lawtey wore guests ofMr. i i _---iII ..........1:1.: ..'.'__f ... _.__.,... .t
I times The : and Mrs. U L. Kelly Thursday Woodla
cane Juice Is good to --_.._ .
drink this cold weather
I Mr and Mrs. Evorette Lane Ry Elnui Crews I

6 Bible reading Dec 0, Galatians : and baby of Tampa spent the .. .. . .. . .. .. I,
I ; Monday. Dec. 10, CoHasnlans; '
Dec. weekend with Mis. N. G. Moody. Cockrell filled the pulpit .
11, Ephcrtans 4; Dec. 12, Rev '
Philippians 3; Dec. 13 I CorInthians Rev. Fred Dodd of MiJlakea Sunday morning and evening In in all/ the thoughtful relations of Service i

3; Dec. 14, Philippians 4; was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. the absence of the pastor, Rev. with convenience; and complete-y ,

Dec. 15, John 15; Dec 16, Psalm and Mrs. Frank Meirltt. J. O. Raulerson.Mr. new as well as fareful economy in the t + '

1; Dec. 17, Psalm 27. I hope you Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Barr of and Mrs. 1* P. Rafuse were measure that it is needed. rt'V- te*

have enjoyed reading with me. Jacksonville spent Saturday night dinner guests recently of Mr. and .
with Mr. and Mrs Reddish An d. .;, ,
Mrs L. W Page.
Mrs. O. A. Hendry 'and childrenare 7+P ti
AWe\ C..1..r-anwM fa AllnM.Cfcirttu C.eswt N./sJl, n on. .
drews. of Jacksonville
moving to Tallahassee Monday. I Mrs A. L. Dryden "jl tFy

'We will miss the children at Dinner guests Thursday of Mr attended church Sunday DEWITT C. JONES "

school. Mr. Ilendry died about a and Mrs. M. L. Johns and family
month ago. were Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Patter AMBULANCE: SERVICE: w ,
of Lake and State Conservation Portrait
son City -
Rev. Strickland butch ere d 5 Funeral Director
Officer Albert Williamsof
TELEPHONE OPERATORS hogs Wednesday. Neighbors helpIng Jacksonville. of a n 8TARKB PHONE 7 .
him were Mrs. F. D. Lang ,
I Mrs. C. C. Butler and daughter, G
Mrs. Fnlrcloth, Mrs. Elgin Pad- HappyWife Our local funeral home enables us to -0
\Permanent Employment 'With Job SecurityYoung gett and Rev. Wilkinson.. Mr.Strickland's Blanche,Friday.were shopping In Jacksonville offer conveniences and services not

daughter, Eliza and
I Mrs< Donald Bain of Ft. Myerswas otherwise available.
her husband have moved from Se-
women ages 18-25 are needed to be trained visiting Mr. and Mrs. Reddish She Lets Us Do The
to the
bring do farming. and h$ ,
at the lowest prices
Andrews and children Sunday We furnish the highest type service
an telephone operators. No experience newHsary.ftowl I am beginning to get the Christ- afternoon. She Is spending two Baking for the Family accept ANY life insurance policy In force, issued by ANY company t tl '+
_lured. mas spirit In a big way. The I
pay while learning and Increase* > old- weeks with relatives In LaCronse. as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation
charm of smells from an
Mrs. Nettle Moody and childrenwere carries no obligation. 4
SALARY $20.00 for 40 hours work. Time and one fashioned kitchen helps one to visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chea-l LAPI4LEjI(
I catch the spirit. Baking the fruit i
half for over time and hours worked In excess of ter Moody of Lake Butler Saturday t
cake and making mince meat are -
40 In week. Time and one half for Sun- to be things of afternoon.Mr. I __ "" .., -.. .. ... -..-. '.. -' .: fa
any one never forgotten and Mrs Johnnie And lews =---===, -_ : -._ :_-. -_- -. ..-_..:-_ -._ __ ::: _u_:: _"':= :::= p: : ; --:"-:-: -
day work and extra pay for late hours. Taxi ser- my childhood. Here is my fruit and children were visiting Mr. and -
cake recipe. ,
rice furnished for late hours. Mrs H. L. Johns Sunday.
1 cup fat, 2 cups brown sugar ARE
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Pattersonof \WHEN YOUR TIRES SLICKJT'S N''
4 eggs, 1 cup cold coffee, 1 cup '
Good opportunity for promotion and a fine futureif Lake City and Mrs. M. L.
syrup, 1 teaspoon soda, 4 tea-
Johns and daughters, Louise and
you are ambitious. spoons baking powder, 1 teaspoonsalt
Mrs. C. P. Cowen were shoppingIn. ,
1 teaspoon nutmeg, clove, J TIME TO
Vacations with pay, slcknrtw benefits, pension allspIce and 2 of cinnamon, 4 cups Jack8Onv111..Frlday. '.. ? 7 '
Mrs Johns and childrenwere
club and pleasant flour. Fruit 1 lb raisins 1 lb.
comfortable and room
plan, .lounge N
surrounding- dates 1 lb. figs, 1 lb. English walnuts Conner visiting and T.Mr.N.and Crawford Mrs. N. A.of LET US RECAP YOUR COMPLETE SET -. Storage. oOf\fif!: ; y,

1-4 lb. citron, 1-4 lb. lemon
Midway Thursday.Mr. . .
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1-4 lb. ----
Come In today for complete Information and talkto peel 1.4 lb. orange peel and Mrs. Joe Moreland and '

!Mrs. Edith Cameron.. Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. cherries.eggs one Blend at a sugar time and and beat.fa.tadd daughter, Joan, of'Jacksonville RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING'
the week-end with Mr and
Stir in coffee and add soda mix spent Mrs. G. W. Andrews. ALL SIZE TIRES AND TUBES "'

ed with syrup.. Sift flour, salt,
SOUTHERN BELL' TELEPHONE baking powder and spices. Add Sunday dinner guests* of Mr. 21-IIOUR SERVICE -;- REST MATERIAL I '
i ii ,,
and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins were Dr. tr1J{
flour to fruit which has been cut
& TELEGRAPH CO. and Mrs. Roy Schnauss and chil- WORKIIANSIIUGUAUANTEED ,
up fine. Put rest of flour In first ,
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Norman WIg-
110 Madison St.- Starke, Florida mixture and add fruit. Put greased gins, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pin- .
of PourIn
in bottom pan.
paper holster and children, all of Jacksonville "'
cake batter. Bake In over 250 GRADE A RUUBER AVAILABLE NOW :
Dr, and Mrs W E. Mid-
.""Oulrgll'''' ''''""UIIIN' '"''IMW.IMYM.Y.. ..'ININ1' '''IXIIIINItlIMLaXIIIi' ' iiH"iuwWELCOME""''''"'" '" "'.'""''IIAIIWAIWII1M10111/XILII'' ' ''' '' '",II""'jV degrees for 2 or 3 hours. Put a dleton, Mrs. Ara Moitt, Starke, u
small of water in oven too. +

Store In pan tin box until ChrUmas.. and Ltaatun Mrs,Wynn T. J..,of Ryherd Hampton of ,Lake Mr. Starke Tire ServiceADJOINING '
I hope you enjoy baking your
Butler, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Turnerof
own cake. This makes a large
Alachua, Mrs. Rosa Plnholnter
cake. You will begin to feel the
of Brouker and 1>lr. and Mrs. '

joy I of hope Christmas you all then.had a happy Rudolph Andrews and son Rudy. TEMPLE GARAGE Temple Aye.
Mrs. Stella Andrews and daughter -

Thanksgiving. Alverna and Mr. and Mrs. J. ;

-Lura.Theressa W. Burgess. and_ their.. children L COME IN AND SEE OUR AEROPLANE TIRES w

. . .. . . have returned to their nome( in
Miami after spending a week herewith ALSO OTHER TIRES & TUBES FOR SALE


Attending the livestock marketin .. ... .. .. . .
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ny Miss Ida Hagan Lake City Thursday were Cheater --- -- ""- -- """"'= -- w

. . . . . . Andrews and sons Gene and and - - - - - - - - - /
Seeber Doyle KIrby Crews - -
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V B. Powell, son of Mr. and son, Doyle Floyd Wiggins and
Mrs. Ben C. Powell of South Lester McCullough.S. .

Miami was visiting Mrs. E. S.Slblev . L. Crews was visiting L. T.

Sunday. He was enrouteto Nails of Lake City Thursday

Miami after receiving his naval Thorn from Jacksonville attending ., i
No matter what branch of the serviceyou're discharge in Jacksonville He had :Mr. and Mrs. G. W. An- New Plant Now Open

been Stationed In Wash ington,

I>. C.Mr.. .
and Mrs. Marion Sullivanof
in No matter whether 'you'regetting
Miami are visiting his broth- FOR '

ers, Albert and Cleveland Sulli

a discharge or just starting Mrs Will Powell and Mrs. Ben
Powell and children, Mary Joyce
And Meat
., and Youngblood Donnie of Miami of Tampa and War-were Cold Storage CuringAT .- .

wel- ren
in You'll always find a warm visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley

over the week-end.
Johnnie Williamson baa receivedhis ,

come and the most for your money at discharge and returned home i

after spending quite a while In i ,. -
t the army. He spent some timeIn

S. Stores. Mrs. Arthur Mllliken and children '

Sylvia and Glenn of Ocala .

were visiting her parents, Mr.

and Mrs. A. U Sullivan last week. THE. PUBLIC IS INVITED TO rii!..&., "
M. Castleberry.

1 and
1 FHU'UAUK IN days with his parents Mr.

( BK A ..
% /y; Adel, Ca.Grace ..
Dickinson and Irene Coch- PLANT ., "

rane were visiting\ in Hampton yOU CAN ENTRUST YOUR

We are glad to see Mrs. J. C. CARE!

Cochrane Mr. and up Mr and*. E.about S. Sibley again., Mrs. PHONE 12 STARKE, FLA. ..i ,

IJuupv Will Powell and Mrs. Ben Powell

were shopping In Starke Friday.We .
are sorry to hear that TheSTAG R. V. COLEMAN, Manager,

Cleveland Sullivan la 111.

Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Johns

AT STATION and son Grady and Mrs. Lydia Carter Bide.,. Starke 1
BLANDING BUS Hall of Hampton were visiting - - - - - - - - - -
Wednesday. _ _ _ _ - - - - - _ ;a Rf

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Lovely Party Birthday Party STATE OF FLORIDA to: Linwood STATE OF FLORIDA to: Joseflna Witness next fo"
SOCIETY and CLUBS A. Holland whose residence. I Font Johnston, whose residence. Is: at hands'pklr I I.....
+ c 'Is 115 South Main Street, Suffolk! Borlnquen. Field. Puerto. Rico. Bert 27 19'6, Florlcla fhb y rr
For Mrs. CameronMrs.
For Merrill.CohenMrs. to ..
Virginia.You You are required appear on (OFFICIAL ..
,' December 81. 1946, In the above SEAL. .
are required. to appear. o Aa Clerk of I ....
said Caue
;'" 7. ? U Golden Wedding LappeAndersonMr. Edith Cameron Chief B. Cohen entertained at December 31, 1945, In the abovnamed )nnamed plaintiff Court seek. and divorce.cause Bradford wherein Jacksonville an', ,'_ D."TI,.
,i i Southern Bell Telephone Operator, her home Friday night of last Court seeksMedenlName.a and cause, restorHtion County Telettraci shall publish this 11-30 tt 12.31Pt' 'It q'.c'l" bpllIld

i;,, Observed By and Mrs. Harry Lappe an- was the guest of honor at a dinner week In honor of the 12th birth- I of Bradford --..-- --- ,.
and a formal dance given at of her son, Mer County Telegraph shall publish 1 thisOrder
day anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Colley nounce the engagement of their In next four weekly Issues.
the American Legion Hall Wed- rill. . hand and official
n { daughter Dorothy, to Lyle J. Anderson Witness my
p of last week. The seal at Starke. Florida, this November WEST END GROCERY
Ij j r'4 ''T Mr. and Mra. W. A. Colley celebrated son of Mr. and Mrs.J. L. nesday night The large pink and white birthday 29, 1945.OFFICIAL. & MARKET
; t their Golden Wedding Anniversary Anderson of Starke. The wed- occasion'was the completion other cake was decorated with 12 ( SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs ,, k

I I r on Wednesday, Nov. 21 ding I la not planned until the 20th year of service with the lighted candles and was placed on R. Clerk H. Duncan of said Court.617 Lynch Rldg.Jacksonville. MADISON ST. STAUKE

{j, at their home in Slarke. They completion of Mr. Anderson's company.Her a lace-covered table. Merrill cut Fla. "'tt)'. for Plf. FLA.

:' (' t f1 9 enjoyed a quiet day of visiting naval service. Both are students 20 year service pin was the cake and pictures were madeof 11-30 4t 12-21 We Deliver Large or Small Orders

Id t with their children and a few at Bradford High School. presented by T. B. Heard of Jacksonville him and the group of young -

,' f ., friends who called to offer con- who Is State Traffic Sup- guests. IN CIRCUIT. FLORIDA COURT, BRADFORDCOUNTY. IN CIIAN-

t atulaUons upon this occasion. Army Wives InvitedTo erintendent for Southern Bell J. CKI1Y. Fresh Pork Shoulder Sliced

I, Although circumstances would i C. Hear. District Traffic Superin- WOW HasChicken Charles. Grant Johnston. Plaintiff,, . . 31c
Christmas Tea tendent, served as master of ceremonies vs. Joseflna Font Johnston, De Fresh Pork ,
not permit all their children to fendant. Case 41... Sausage - . .
f be with them they enjoyed a visit at the dinner which was SupperThe ORDER OF PUBLICATION 39c

i r 7..' Ir: t from their son. Carr Colley ,of AU army wives are Invited to given in the dormitory dining ... The Best

,1. .% Hollywood, and I their daughter attend a tea given at the USO room.. for the girls and their Woodmen of the World. at I : ': :: ,: Country Smoked Sausage .

Mrs. Lois Blackburn and two next Tuesday Dee: 4 at 2:30: p. m. guests. I their 'regular':meeting tonight . 44c

oil i I drl children of had This is a regular monthly tea The American Legion Hall was I (Friday) atT:30: In the Woodman Chuck Roast .
y Tampa. They tende.r .
given honoring all new wives who transformed into a Hawaiian hall will be hoots to members of - . . 27e
r; messages of congratulation from have come to Starke during the the Woodman Circle at a chicken c
( P nightclub for the dance. French Rump Roast tender'
; the other in Cleveland I - . .
a children one month. The Christmas season Blue and Chinese red were used supper Lacy Conway secretary 27c

j, Ohio and one In Fort Meade; I I will be carried out In decorations! in decorations and light was fur urges all members to be present. Fresh Pork Side . . . .

also a granddaughter In Shanghai refreshments and the program nlshed by white candles In red 24c

y, ? +: ; Q China.WSCS. which will Include a reading by and blue bott I e s Palms and Jr. Club To MeetThe Fresh

n Mrs. Lola Hartnett. Mrs. Hart- bamboo were placed in abundanceover Red Hens dressed &
nett Is teaching In the Bradford the mantel and about the Junior Woman's Club will drawn . 52c

n Circles School and Is a graduate In dramatics room. i hold Its regular meeting Wednesday Red Fryers dressed &

; Bridge and other games Dec. 0 at 7:30: p. m. in the drawn . 62c
1t '1' Mrs. W. B. Sewell chairman of The committee In charge of arrangements -
the afternoons Building.
will complete en-
r,', Circle One and Mrs. A. F. Sauls.r was headed by Mrs. Starke's
Christian and Misses Hostesses for this meeting are
4c1 chairman of Circle Two will be
I r Elizabeth Phillips Sara Nixon Mrs. Guy H. Sale, Mrs. Junius M. The
} hostesses to members of the I We A
Smith and Miss Lucille Mitchell. finest Carry Complete Line
t I I, Woman's Society of Christian Supper Party Elaine Tanner, Betty Murray and

f Service, on Monday afternoon Margie Sapp as assistants.

LE: Dec. 3, at 3:30: o'clock. The meetIng For Capt. JenningsMr. IN COt'NTYt CIHCflT PLOHIUAI COURT nitADFORD: CIIAN- restaurant B Of Groceries

'; 1 ; ,t will be held In the Church Mrs. Babcock HonoredBy CKIIY. & Vegetables
and Mrs. W. Hogan Joseph Kremer, Plaintiff vs. Paula
a f School Building, next to the Methodist entertained with an informal sup- Kremer, Defendant. Case No. 4189. and bar
church. J. T. QuigleysMr. ORDER wBfBfttSmEHmSUSmUEfSfBHntnfnEuuBt nfutnfittstfi
at' their Friday
I r tr per party AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

night in honor of Capt. Lloyd H. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley entertained STATE OF FLORIDA to: Paula -
i 9d USE Jennings who has recently returned Kramer, whose residence Is: 44 -.
Monday evening at their **
Hchwen nlngen,
,,1 il ,t q from three years of over" home, "Ecum Secum" on Mable a-Neckar, Germany. SIZZLINGSTEAK A
I ,4 ti t t P 666 seas service. In honor of Mrs. W. F. Bab- You are required to appear on
I covered with Street January 7, 1948, In the above named 'Do Your ,Christmas Shoppingand
; The table was a cock of Hamilton, Ontario Canada Court and cause, wherein plaintiff -
white linen cloth and centered seeks divorce. Bradford County
I who Is the guest of her son-
i> a Telegraph .
Cold this Order
; Preparations with a low arrangement of fall In weedy. ,, LOBSTER
a n-law and daughter Mr and Mrs. next four lal/u/ ".
.. flowers. A few friends were pres- Witness hand Mail
L.lq ld-1blt-tii-Nalvr-Naiie> :Drops) W. A. Scott. my and official Your
I seal at Starke., Florida, this November .
: CAUTION I Use only A* Directed ent to enjoy this occasion with 21. dr
y The three-course dinner w a s SHRIMP M
the honor guest. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ,
served on a beautifully appointedtable As Clerk of Bald Court.

-- ------------ ____n___ .-_.._ .-_ to the twelve eueats and W. Cecil Grant Grant Miilldlnsr. ........ "......"...._..... tdIBBE1 n I'Irl"4 ?NOM!
11 "later Daytona Fieacn, Fla. Atty. for Plf. ""' &""' n NRI '' si :
In the evening, they attended 11-30 4t 12-21 IGi I'K"II"5"' IV IffWe ;

: the Revival services which are in

Lk: Hurry Hurry progress at the Methodist Church. IN rutrrrr (ronrr BRADFORD 1
r CEnT B now have .
w Ladies Auxiliary Ivan H. (Clifford Plaintiff, vs. For on Display
Catherine Clifford Defendant. Case plenty of Xmas
No. 418(1.( -
, ..' &L Met Tuesday e ORDER OF PUBLICATION
t"r AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Connoisseurs wrapping paper, ribbons -

,The Ladles Auxiliary of the erine STATE. Clifford OF FLORIDA whose residence to: Cath Is: cards, tinsel, bells. candles, and many

r Presbyterian Church met at the 8 Went Jreenway Ave., Pleasantvllle. -
New Jeraey. other items for the holidays.
home of Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf You are required to appear. on .0
Tuesday evening.The January 2, 1946. In the above nam ofGood
ed Court and cause wherein plain-
president Mrs. Holtzendorf tiff seek: divorce. 13radtord County
r( 1 + D1 opened the meeting and the devotional Telegraph shall publish this Ordern Food
/ next, tour weekly .Issues.,
1 1 6 ti program was under the direction Witness my hand and official .' JUST ARRIVED
'r r{ of Mrs. May Dlcktns. 'She seal at Starke Florida this Novem.
Q%Ai r YOU ARE WELCOME ber 28, 1945.OFFICIAL. and
presented a program on world ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
itlzenahlp.The scripture lesson. A. Clerk of said Court. Drink 0 Fruit CakeMaterials
'at' was from Romans 12. Zach H. Douglas, Gainesville, Fla.
Atty. for PH.
F '11-30 4t 11-21
r.- Following the''devotional Rev.J. --... e1"Qr a ...e..
L. West address ''IN CIRCUIT

ft g The CHATTER BOX World Citizenship. He. stressed CERY.COUNTY FLORIDA' IN: CHAN ,,

the fact that all Christians shouldbe Charles C. Stahl Pla.lntlff..l.Vfl'. Vlot .
world citizens. 7 195.. Stahl. Defendant- Dace No. S Fresh Dates, Figs,

t ,* era Mil,i WINKLER BLDG. TEMPLE AVE. Mrs. Jeanette Young provided a ORDER OF PUBLICATION 1 Raisins( Cocoanut -
questionnaire on world missions fENgJ'Ji o'Kl' APPEAR
r l L Ljti 8 > to Violet
) S"1 Toasted and Ground
and Mrs. Boelter .
read the minutesof E\tahl' whose address la: Hotel
the previous session. Whltby., 2ndwbO.: Oath St.. New
York '
SANDWICHES ,9'tsr> residence Is:
There were IB members present 1183 Halsey St., Brooklyn N. Y.
and Mrs. K. G. Duncan Invited the You are required to appear. on

COLD group to meet with her on Dec. January Court 2 and, lUll In.,the above named
+ ; DRINKS BEER cause wherein plain-
11.Mrs. Telegraph Iff seeks divorce.shall Pradford County Dine In A Pleasant PLENTY of TOYSTO
Holtzendorf publish this Order
served delicious -'In i next, four weekly Issues.
refreshments to her guests.'arewell Witness my hand and official AtmosphereDelicious

a. )f9, e i\1r. and MrsE.. A. Mitchell .b.>.... ZS at, Starke 194o Florida, this Novem- food and attractive. SATISFY THE WHOLE FAMILY

Proprietors Party (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, surroundings make dining with
) Am Clerk of said Court. UN a real pleasure. Stop In to-
Zach H. Douglas,
For Mr.- and Mrs. Nail Atty. for Plf. Gainesville.11-30 4t 12-21 Fla. day for the finest food at very

iv' N Members of the local poa toff Ice IN CO"N'rr.CIRCl'IT FLOR.O.-COURT'.imAHFOnn IX CHAN reasonable prices. KOCH DRUG STORE

o staff gave a farewell party for C:1ny.:: 325 Temple :Ave.

$ t ; JUST A FEW OF THE MANY Mrs. W. near S. Nail Waldo at Schenck's Friday night.Restaurant vs No.Margaret. VIST"' Dawson Miller' Dawson Defendant., Plaintiff.Case p

Mrs. Nail has been an employe of ORDER OF PUBLICATION

= ITEMS the poatofflce for more than two STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: W. L. +
m r STORE years. Mr. Nail has just returned Dawson., ,South whose Carolina.residence Is: "'bb.vlll. -

from overseas service and has You are required to
been discharged and with Mrs. January. 2, 194, In; the above named on
: DAILY. .. Court and cause, wherein plain-
Nail and their children left Tuesday tiff seeks divorce '
. night for their former homeIn Telegraph shall Bradford publish Coun-this : M r s. H. K. Tyus :

M Order In next, four weekly. Issues. .
Chattanooga, Term. Mr. NailIs -
and official
1 a'F ; GLASS connected with 'the Tennessee seal at Starke, Florida, this November :',

Valley Auth o r I 11 y as a Safety : ( 28, 1945. ? .>P announces the openingof i
AOPrFiICLAL.SEAL>:)U A. J. Thomas tI'.. .
Engineer.. : -
i said Court. ,
., ..
Coffee Makers Zach H. Douglas, Gainesville, Fla. .y'.. I"l'
: ,
i K t Atty. for Plf. ,1.30 4t 11-21 ... .. '-, 'I ., '

Woodman CircleThe ;:,t; ., .' -' ritTrViF
e nr
"IR't'IT ( :
$3.95 "O"IIT. BRADFORD '
I COrY'1'Y, FLOIt11Lte .* t ,\,1:1: :)': ,
Woodmen Circle met for CWo;II y. CHAN. .....' :i......: ,:" I
b ALSO GLASS DOUBLE BOILERSj their regular meeting In the WOW !Margaret Florio England. Plaintiff ...., .r\\: '. '
Hall Tuesday night. Refreshments VII. William A. England, Jr.. Dc- .,J.,'
fondant.OltlERa No. 4190. '7C -
$ $2oher' were served following a PUBLICATION
: special program. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR -If!! .
: ST.tTEOP '
FLORIDA to: Mr. Wll- ;
lam A. England Jr.. whose resi
: dence and post office address Is
1 ,,I. ENAMELED WCTU To MeetThe Pox IB, Henaley West 'Virginia.
1 I ... : You are required, to appear on ,
rf't' 1'i WCTU meeting will beheld 'December namud. 31, 1945. In the above .
Court .
and eaus ; wherein "
; Pudding Pans50c at the home of Mrs. Emma plaintiff. seeks divorce and custody .
and support of minor child. Brad.
Y&l Murphy on Friday Nov. 30 at 3 ford County Telegraph shall pubtsh .
1 p. m. All members are urged to this Order In next, four weekly.
-. attend and visitors are welcome. ssues.Witness.
my hand and official
seal at Sta"ke, Florida, this NovemOFFICIAL -
__ bar 23. 1945.
k--- -- UDC To MeetThe '
- -u q ([ HEAL! ) A. J. Thomas, Handling Dry Goods Ready .to.Wear
An. Clerk of said Court. ,
-- -Y-
_ W. T. Weeks Chapter. T. Frank I.andrura. Starke., Fla.
Atty. for Plf.
4t 12-21
l IRONING BOARD United ,Daughters of the Confederacy Children's and Infants Clothes
.s -' -- 1 will meet Wednesday after IJf CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD:
noon. Dec. 0, at 3:30: o'clock at

'Pads and Covers .the home of Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Stella frank Jean L. Ritchie Ward., Ritchie.Plaintiff Defen, vs. Notions etc.

; t on W. Madison St. dant. Cane No. 4203.
n $1.25Jr. $1.60 Mrs. Andrews .Hostess STATE OF FLORIDA APPEAR to: KUlla
r' Jean Ward Ritchie whose address.
At Weiner RoastMrs. Is: fl41, Washington West' Virginia.I Avenue HuntIngton OPEN FOR BUSINESS

- - You are required to appear on .
W. L. Andrews, teacher December 11, 1945, In the above '
{ of the named Court and cause, wherein. ) FRIDAY 30
12-year-old boys of the I NOVEMBER
Gas Lanterns plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ,
. .
$6.90 Baptist Sunday School, entertained Bounty Telegraph. shall publish this
her class recently with a wet Order Witness In next tOh..n weekly Issues.
my and official l
x i Camp Cook Stoves (2 burner ner roast which they ate with .al .1 '8111"ke. Florida this Nov.m-
r ) -$9.95 Pep 1-Colaa and fancy crackers. ber U. 1915.OFFICIAL .
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas In Building
Present were Merrill Cohen, Edwin As Clerk of said Court. Formerly Occupied By
g Peekls, Tommie T. Frank Landrum, Starke Fla.
; Rr Harding.
{ ; BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. Arthur Winkler Don Humble Joe Atty. for Pit. 11-30 4t 13-21 GISIAINS NOVE-LTT: SHOP

Warren: Edwin Marshall and Ron IJf CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD
lkt aid Andrews. COUNTY. FLORIUAt CHAN 153 West Call St.

J. B. Carlisle, Owner Mrs. Andrews was assisted in .Eleanor CKRY.: Benton Holland, Plaintiff

t entertaining by her son-in-law and Case vs. Linwood No. 1101.ORDER! A.. Holland, Defendant. .

daughter. Sgf and Mrs. B. Cohen. OF PUBLICATION 0--. _ ... __


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lTSof LOCAL NEWS Mrs. W. H. Nollman had as Mr and Mrs. Richard Kldd and Dr. Fields spent several days ... J .,.,

week-end guests her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Valrie Kldd spent
last week in Starke and surround- I
Catherine Nollman and her the Thanksgiving holidays at their
'nli Interest of
communities In the I
roommate at FSCW, Miss Doro- on the rulf.
inhat Mrs. W. J. Florida State Mission
interested Epperson, Sr., Is
[ \\.m, oe thy Nelle Dekle and Mrs. J. C.
W. T "Biny I spending a few days with her Dekle of Ocala, Beautiful line of Xmas dresses, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Powell and
pvt coats, skirts' sweaters and blousesat '
from brother and sister-in-law in Madi Gene son Johnnie of Jacksonville are
transferred! Long returned Monday to
been Stump's store. this week with Mr. and
in Rome his station In Harvard, Neb., after spending from the AIR
Lai Hospital I son.Visit Col. and Mrs. D. K: Knighthad Mrs. C. A. Knight.
fer Hospital In tho Baby Department at spending a 15-day furlough with
Stump's Store. his wife here and his parents In as guests during Thanksgiving Mrs. C. C. Shepherd and daugh-
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McNeilof
Biooker ters Merry Lou and Patricia Ann,
Miami and Charles and H. V. of Lake City spent last week-end
W. H. Nolman has returned Knight, Jr., of Gainesville. with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight.Mr. FOR $1.00 1
from a business to
GIFT IN trip Sebrtng. Lt. and Mrs. Charles Larsen, .
FINEST CHRISTMAS THE Avon Park and Lake Wales. I and Mrs. T. F. Brown and
Mrs. I Jr.. were guests of Col. and Mrs.D. son, Frank, of Hampton .spent
Moseley is with her
A E. Knight Tuesday. Lt. Larsen :
LD IS son-in-law I. Tuesday with Mrs. D. W. Moore.
and daughter Mr.
Mrs. J. 1... Keating and new grandson and- has just returned from the Sgt. Bill Long of Ft. Ord Calif., &
Pacific and after a short leave, Saturday Sunday
VICTOR BOND Lionel Joseph In New Orleans will Is spending an extended furloughwith
report to Miami for reassignment. -
La. his mother, Mrs. F. H. Long
and other relatives here. +
QUOTA IS $178,000 Mrs. Charlie Moltt had as her Friends will be glad to know Visit the Baby Department at
guest Mrs. W. A. Alvarez that Frank O. Hemingway, Jr., Stump's StoreFANCY d
of Jacksonville and her Is being discharged at Memphis,
nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs.
Tenn., after six of service
Sid C. Alvarez of Washington, with the navy. Forty-four years months 1.5 Miles South On Highway 13 \l

; Wall Agency, D. C. Mr. Alvarez recently returned -I of that time was spent In the f ,

from the South Pacific I Pacific Theatre of Operations, during .... w .. .... .. .. .. .. r r'
where he 17
served month
which time he was awardedthe
Mrs. N. N. Norton returned I, Presidential Unit Citation and

[ NSURANCE Friday to her home in Tampa took part In seven engagements. STARKE FLYING .. w'1

after a visit with Mrs. Sallle He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. .
Starke, Tison Mrs. Florrle Wills and Mrs. F. Q. Hemingway, Sr., and his
Laura Moseley wife lives In Oakland, Calif "

Beautiful line of Xmas dresses, Mrs. Emma Driggera, Mr. Webb, SERVICE

coats, skirts sweater and blouses and Mrs. George Marcatos and
__- ---------- --------- -= :: =- -- -=--:.- = r, at Stump's Store. children of Jackso n v 111 e were .

I i iI Friends will be glad to know Thanksgiving day guests! of Mr. t-0..
SEETHE NEW and Mrs. A. V. Varnes.
.. ..
that Sgt. Bob Long has returned jII
I =. --- -- :----- - -- .- '-- ::;;
from overseas service and Is with
his parents in Brooker. BLUE ROSE

ri lj'i J air e I the Miss Thanksgiving Mary Sue Epperson holidays spent with FOR RENT RICE 11

her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.R. APARTMENTS 3 Lbs. 25c

NOW ON DISPLAY i L. Richard In Jacksonville and OR ROOMS -
they returned with her for several "MAXWELL a
days with Mr and Mrs. W. J.

SMITH'S GARAGEI' Epperson! Jr. AND HOT HEAT WATER "Our Vines Have Tender Grapes"With
Friends will be glad to know
I I that Lt. John Arthur Torode was I Glass Jar, Lb. 29c Edward G. Robinson & Margaret O'Brien r
discharged from the air corps on Day or Weekly. Rate
I Also Comedy and News 1; ar
Noy 3 In Oklahoma after 3 1-2
Products Are 'Worth PILLSBURY ._
years of service with 15 months - -- -

Waiting ForT of that time overseas. He is with City Hall FLOUR TUES. WED. T1IURS. DEC. 4. 5 6'
his mother, Mrs. Pauline Torode. -
:--- =.::__._.-===--:-=: ": ===-=-=4, Mrs. Weedon McNeer left Wed- I 5 Lbs. 29c "A BELL FOR ADANO"M

for her home in Tampa :) I
With John Hod Ink & Gene Tierney
after spending several days EXTRA

NAT SEZ her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Also Two Shorts ,
and Mrs. M. F. Brown. Gifts mane -' -
Mrs. I. Lecln and Mrs. Al PerIls 3 No. 2 Cans 35c
The Increasing dUorce rate ain't &
were shopping in Jacksonville I IU. AT. DEC. 7 & 8
funny but thin. little Joke I read
Thursday. Mrs. Lecin remained DOUBLE FEATURE
i' the other day seem. to sum up GRAPE FRUIT .
overnight for the USO conference.
the situation pretty well: Mrs. Curtis H. Coldlng of Plant JUICENo.2 "BANDITS OF THE BAD LANDS" Aal,

"Goodness," said\ the young lady City spent several days this week j u
as she Inspected her grand- with friends here. She Is the Can llc AND i

mother's wedding ring, "how former Vergle Gaskins. "BIG SHOW OFF" -" l
and bungl some that mutttbe. at
heavy New handbags just arrived OCUWhn CABIN HOME
Stump's Store Nice Christmas ALSO

"Yen, dear," said Grandma, "but gifts.Mr No waiting no photographs, CORN MEAL -'I
you must remember that In my and Mrs. Chas. A. Darby but the real thing right before .
5 Lbs. 32c
made to last a Day guests RITZ
day they were had as Thanksgiving your eyes.Filmy ,Rrlx
;r .lifetime." the following friends and relatives
from Jacksonville, Mr. and Mri. negligee, lace trimmed BEEF'CHUCKROrAST
I. Spencer and daughter, Anlce, robe and pajama Beta, quilted <
O' w' e.,4.yy b. 11G robes; silk and, cotton Slips I
/ Miss Miriam Longhorn, Miss Ruby I "SALTY O'ROURKE"
Cf that and boudoir .. ,1 i ,
Fugate, Mrs. Carl Chambliss and fit luiwfcms .Lb. 30cGROUND .. \ r '.
son Andy, and Claude Alvarez. I slippers In pastels. Gay Nineties ., With 'Alan Ladd and Gall Russell \1'. '., '-,

Randall Newsom, son of Mr. hand made garter to keep Also News & Short
and Mrs. W. H. Newsom of I up that Hag In your rayon hose MEATLb.

Starke, was recently dischargedfrom I
I Pearl necklace and lapel pins. '25c
the Air Corps and la now Feminine adornment that every : TUES. WED. THURS. DEC. 4.5' .' 6 ; >:
assisting his father in the operation -! -
love ,
woman Th. pearl gleam
of the Starke Model Dairy.He flatter and are glamorous to BEST LOAFCHEESE "SWEET AND LOW DOWN"ALSO ,, -
has been in the service four selection. .
the wearer. A large
years and was stationed at various THREE STOOGE COMEDY

fields In Texas. Aim the largest variety of Lb. 35c -- Ir
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Dyer and compacts we have ever had. _.- FRIDAY & SATURDAY DEC. 7 & 8 i'
son, Freddy Jo, spent from Wed- .,
Exquisitely. fashioned handkerchiefs SMOKEDSAUSAGE DOUBLE FEATURE
In Mrs.
through Sunday
arresting designs, unusual -
Dyer's old home In Alabama.Mrs. patterns, clever workmanship "CYCLONE PRAIRIE ,RANGER" i I. i /
Margery Colley ..
and displaying Ingenuity of Lb. 35c
Frances and Shirley Colley AND"THREE'S -
the Swiss and Portugese artists
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dahmer were
shopping in Jacksonville Friday. In lace applique and other motif PORK SHOULDER A CROWD"Also ,
c *. AU white linen from $1.25, t
Guests Saturday and Sundayof
to 1I! .03. Iliindrmln' of lovely ROASTLb. Serial
M. Davis were
Mr. and Mrs. E. ti
floral from 85 cents to
and Helen Reinoehlof 29c _
Misses Sophia _. .
89 rents. .\ pretty folder for ;:-= -- ---=== --- --=- -... "' -.
Jacksonville the your purchase lit no ...drachluK'
Mrs. EffIe Johns spent
her ''. Also evening handkerchief -
holidays< with
and for the dance and formal
sister, Mrs. Mena McCrutchen occasion
niece, Mrs. J. J. Gross in Jack-

sonville.Mr. Scarf In wool and rayon.
and Mrs. Frank Wilson! and Lovely pie turcsque dftlll'JW.
MY, and Mrs. J. G. Alvarez of Prepare for the cold and damp

Jacksonville spent one day last' weather to come. $1.00 to $4.95.A .
week visiting friends here. large variety of handbag In

Lillian Stump Is spending this leather, corde', reptile and cloth
week in Miami with her sister,' material Just the right colors

.3t'eauli W HANDBAGS Lt. (Jg) Evelyn Stump. to complete your most glainor-
In the SPIIl-
Let me model you out ensemble.
ELLA; CORSET-the garmert recommended -
for health and com Three piece suit, nulls & coat .
IN PATENT LEATHER & KID fort. Modeling free. Representative We have them In your size.::

e kind of handbags a woman loves'. . spacious! Knout : 1\11'8. Frank hoover 402 E.:I New winter while\ pastel last.See them New DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANYWE
Kla. now they
I St.,
bulky, well equipped and ultra smart. Make one of our Madison
II-S 4tp dresses for her Xmas--coming
P118 Nw your Christmas gift choice for her today. We'te arrived at In dally. That basic dress for
["""""Jles to choose from. Stump's New handbags Store Nice Just Christmas the day*from, 8 a. m. until mid- HAVE A LARGE SUPPLY OF THE TOYS THAT i .

3.75 to 7.95 Plus Tax Miss Alice .
Mrs. V. S. St.:! John New hats. Chic and 'I
St. John, Mrs,, Edwin St. John py. Also Gage other makes to snap suit SELECTION WHILE OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE ',
Durahlmer and S

..... Miss 2-c Fred Virginia Shealey spent Sunday your type.

afternoon sightseeing In Green Our shop Is Just overflowing _IUSE

ROBESQuilted Cove Springs.W.C.T.U.. with Xmas costume New as glamorous seen- OUR I i

--- = In Harper's Bazaar &I: Vogue

magazines. Glittering and LAYAWAYPLAN !1
and Chenille shimmering jewel' that give a
: boost to rompletness of

I your outfit. Costume jewelrythis
13.95 to 15.95 One day, so an Arab legend I year Is a must to your f'

goes, the dell presented hlm- wardrobe.We .
self to a man and said: "You
about to die. I eaa save) are ready to serve you In
helping you to m a k e your
utiful Pullover of you three from ways death-under kill your any ser one Xmas selections. Gift wrapping LIVING ROOM SUITS (2 Pieces) - . 169.50 :

\ T vant or beat your" wife or a free and courtesy with MAPLE DINETTE SUITS (6 Pieces) . . 169.50

ffEATERS drink"Let thin me think"wine., said the man. CEDAR CHESTS (Walnut Finish . . . 49.50 '

"To kill my faithful servant wife I* i FLOOR LAMPS (3 Way) . . . . . 24.50'.
Impossible; to mistreat my
4-50 to 5.95 Is rkllculouI will drink the
lie drank the wine and being IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT ;
\ drunk beat his wife and t't hr

killed to his defend servant her .who. attempted DRESS SHOP John H. Denmark Furniture Co. r..,'

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1,, a, This In to certify that on the
%' 17th day of December, 1946, I will
apply to the County Judge of
; Bradford County to dell\ at private
I, nala for cash the interest. of William
f (. Jr., a minor' In WilL
,,-i ,; and r.J; \ following? described: YOUR VICTORY BONDS
: y'tth' landH, In Bradford County II"lorld"l
,Ii to-wlt: One-half Interest In and
.) "'i +' to West-half of Block II, aruordIruv -
'i p"., to Enney'n Purvey. of lIlnpii -
ii, t e'' ,1 tone Florida, And )o.t-ha If of
I" 1 A Block 31 and 32 of Hlnndon's Addition -
f" , to Town of Hampton Flor
.;:' A ,. :&, ida.
.:' Emma L. Clover, An Guardian.

:y. 11-16 6t 12-7 __

: ,n i (COUNTY: FLOR1Uti IN Vlia.1VCKHY. >
1 .
'L "I + Joe Williams, Plaintiff/ vn. Jeanette v11 ii
,t 4 cc. WllllamH, Defendant CAse No. ;
sf 4167.
l tPATK: OF FLORIDA to: Jean- r t
,. . Wllllamn, Reldence Unknown. t +
l. 1 foil are required to appear on
;( 4 4, +{i+' (ember 11, 1946 In the above
''II { , immed Court and cause, wherein
"/ 4. 1 ,' plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
County Telegraph shall publish thin ,
.'% a Order' In next four weekly Isnuen. f 4
I, Witness my hand and official Idw
.,j arf a ":v; seal at Starke Florida thin Novem- ( '4AtYtR ak
,., ,r her 6, 1946.OFFICIAL. \
f' ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, er

";'t, r, 1, .4 V An Kach Clerk It. Doula of .nald, Gainesville Court. FI.... *ao ? r q see, x
Atty. for Plf. 11-9 4t 11.30

: lit (IT1( 'iT ;;;;;;T. IIMADFOI I> Iiir$ : 1i 1ijg .. ',
("1':11 Y'. ,
r i Mabi l 'Vhlte. Plaintiff, V" Charlie i+ r
,h h White, nefandant. Cane No. 4169. S s r '
1' ORDER OF ptinLiCATiON t
': ;! STATE OF FLORIDA to: Charlie
'TAT ; White whose residence and ad- .
V i
tt t ", dr"HH I In: Houthwoftern State IIo.- 2
"'t .! pltal Marlon VlrKlnla. : k 4t
F' bid 4c r You are hereby required. to appear Ptr0
t' c rr + on December 17th 1945, In theo T : r.
above named Court and c n u. e, 0.
.( wherein plaintiff seeks divorce, ; .
\, 4i Hradford County Telegraph .shall \ '
I y y q'ir' publlnh this Order In next tour \
6 5 .
1)) weekly Itutuea.
Witness: my hand and offlrlalal \ -
j 3 wyV )' ",, at 8tark Florida, thin November A I
1 h IS, 1946 0
yb{ i (OFFTCIAL. SEAL) A, J Thomas, k
i As Clerk of said Court. ; '
r ) b T. Frank T.amir urn, Starke Fla.
ipO, t ': Atty for Plf. 11-16 4t 12-7 ?,, f la

i) ' 'nti,4)) S t f IN CIRCUIT coi'nT DIIADFOIID

1 i 4'r, + f i .., CF.HY.Charlee F. Hrenette, Plaintiff, v... I e e The care and cure of a. The bitter aftermath

br f ?0 ?i ,, No Mary ORDER 4168.I* I3re OF ette PUBLICATION, Defendant Cane CON T I I INUC T I HIb I our tragic thousands of PREVENT 1HI51.l squandered ,money that leads

; STATK OF FLORIDA to: :Marv wounded. Bonds the to inflation. No work-no for the
r + L.address Urenette In: 209 whose Sewall residence Street Au-and Victory help pay cost And they'll help living men who helped to

y Aryl t gueta, Mine for all back home wind the make a better America! can't strike
t i '1)) y,i pear You on are December hereby 17th required., 1945,to In ap the pay bringing our boys -help up Depression if we have a

t t 6 above named Court and c a u e. war's colossal of Bonds!
7 cost. secure backlog Victory
I 1p ,' wherein ,plaintiff H e e k. divorce. .
Bradford County Telegraph shall .
r publish thin Order 11next four I t ..rA
tv weekly IsBue '.
a u Witness my hand and offlrlal
i ,f seal at Htarkn, Florida, thla November -
:1i ii fAI IS, 1945. ,
i A. Clerk of said I Court.T. .
t Frank Landrum, Hlnrkn. Flo.
far :: j1 Ally for PJf. 11-16 4t 12-7 /
,i"e" 4 F'pr' ', Yo i.v: niirniT COt' BRADFORD
i R fni'NTYi' IN CHAN '
y {n CHItY.Marxaret: (
AI 1 ,, . Culbreth, Plaintiff vn.
W. T. Culbreth Defendant. Case

P 4 No.ORDER 4ISS. OF rtmLICATIOM AND 'J,0.'o, Bradford County's.Quota
k k ,J STATE OF FLORIDA to: W. .
i.l Residence Unknown. .
l ;l You are required to appear'. on a.'iv L > w F, d dAr' ,
: Zpt + jy f December 11, 1946 In the above .
rs+ named Court and came", wherein + i ;il :pd. i,. (x"' ryfy3'' r, K .. I II
N7 plaintiff seeks dlvorre. Bradford ; A
i County Telegraph shall publish thin i ; Aw bra a N wk 0 ,,
,;6 ' Order In next four weekly InBuen.Wltnoiu ;
'r't't ,I my hand and 'official I Is ; . "". ,..,.,
j i4 W F dl 1 seal at Rtarke, Florida thin November 4r yro ,F at 'I t ,1\
s (II, 1945.OFFICIAL. "
3 D ( REAL) A. J. Thomas, ,
'j ::t n Aa Clerk of said Pourt.Zarh ' !!" .. '.
> ti H. Douglas, aalneitvlll", Fla. ;
I s i dl 4} +4' Atty. for Pit._ H4t 11-30 .. : :**> ;: ?:: '":.: '

!.\ IJT!' nnrriT rovnT IIRADFOHOfOIINTY. ., < '

i a tiu ?4 CKRY. IN CIIAN-: $1 78 000

h'w i1 q John It. Cole. Plaintiff VH. Carolyn ,., ,
1 41j 2 '' Cole, Defendant. Case No. 4162. .
,} 'I fYYY STATR OF FI/1RII to: Carolyn
t 4 Cole, whose residence and address
/ {i ',q la unknown.

r ,
r a u.n e.
f '
fi I'r iyt ) It If wherein plaintiff R e e U H. divorce. 4."
I Bradford County Telegraph. shall
t4' Y publlHh thin Order In next fourweelily

1'p' 5 'Y 't 1, 4Jr 7 iRHuen.WltneHu my. hand and official PERCENT OF THIS QUOTA. THE DRIVE CLOSESON

seal at Starke, Florida thin November -
s 9, 1945.
t'4 ) d (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
An Clerk of said Court.
', 1 l. K. Ferryman Starke, Florida
M Atty. for Plf. 11.16.4t 12-7 DECEMBER 8TH. BUY ALL THE BONDS

4'r' S I NOTICR!

K b the buBlnenn NOTICE I und..nlll'ned under IS l HERKBY the are fictitious'enRiiKed UIVKS name that In ASSURE 1HISI I !I e. The necessary "serve that

d' of The Chatter Box, at Itll Temple r4 ,.. son Of who's backto CAN BEFORE THAT DATE..1
r u ,
$ Ave., atarke, Florida, And Intendto yours coming ,
kai register the said fictitious name ; 1;. ,
I IL I l Circuit In the Court office of of the Bradford Clerk County.of the the farm will want for future repairs . .for refertilizing ',i'

I e j4f 4( i, 1d Ii t'i h t Florida. Juanltn'A.M.Mitchell.Mitchell the land . for erosion control . all the things that must

4 ? , y M H.M 4t ii.vrw
r y ( be done to make the farm a better paying business.
'+ N' N O T I O W
Thin la to certify that I have
4 h tiled my Final. Return and made

i '1 application Bradford. County to the Florida County, for Judge Final of

its I 4 1 Estate Discharge: of C. an I'. Ward Kxecutorn. deceased of and the I 9.

1 that said application for dilettante BUY MORE. BUY., BIGGER( BONDS INAMERICA'S
Ii will be heard upon the 26th day of
r r ,' } n..n..mher. 1946. Thin Nov. 20, 1946.F.Hinor .

Y, ; ib 1 IE i an Executors C. Ward_and 11-23 Harvey 4t Ward 11-14. .

fv cmcriT COTHT. \nronn ,
1 ('tUY.
:' f ;) Marjorie. Marl 9 h e f field Lick.
X1 ,;c' i' Plaintiff vs. Howell ("Cnnaler Link

a ("P Defendant.ORDER Case OK PI'BLICATTOV No. 4U7.(

Cooijler Lick 348J73. IS71.t S.
/ ) 't t C volr.. IT.,Virginia.Med. Det. Med. Co.? Fort Bel.

t You are required to appear on
)Yi// December :24. 1945 In the above -
11. named Court and cause. wherein
Plaintiff seeks divorce. Pradford

''ra' c; i .';. P" County Order Aral Witness iV. In 8f.lirk Telegraph 1145.OFFICIAL Florid four hand shall. weekly*, and this publish November official Issues.thin- Starke Coca-Cola Bottling Co. ' Hollywood Camera & Gift ShopShafkin's

e"b + ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
to An Clerk of said Court.
+I R. H. Duncan 617 Lynch ml.. .
i Jarkaonvllle, Florida Attyn. for P. S. Stores .
d T" 11-23 4t 12-14 .. .
f''s' iv cinrriT (-corwT BHADFORBCOrNTY 1i:' ... ,.fir- .N: ;" ,,::, ';';. '
lt11 r .
+ Howard Tucker, Plaintiff v... Anna l< ': '
}, I Tucker, D"fen
b 4{ e ', s ORDER AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR 0 /r: :: I 0 ::: "
N FLORIDA to: Anna ,
ed' :
i x' Tucker, whose address 'Is 14(16( Prln- t
case. Avenue (Camden New Jersey.
,4 S 4i i ; 4 4 You are required to appear o. .
I f 4 'i ,. December 24, 194S In the above .
,, ., named. Court and cause wherein ; Blanding Center Bar National Army Store
r, Er, plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford .
f ; : County Telegraph shall publish thin .. .
I Order In .
next four weekly Issues. ... ...' ."(" ,
Wltnwn my hand. ancf official neal

at 11 OFFICIAL. Starke 1V45. Florida BEAD thin A. J.November Thomas Blanding Center Inc. Stake Auto Parts

r 1 An Clerk of said Court.
yi ,p, , Wm. D. Morgan Fifth Floor Clark
p tildw. Jacksonville, Flu. Atty for
4, PIt 11-23 4t 12-11

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I Mrs. H. K. Tyus e e . Se e e e S .1 . .
Checks e e e Chalmorh Alfred Mann Inty Telegraph utinll publish this ,
Funeral ServicesFor whose rmldrnce li llq. A )lIu3un.\\ lee In next four weekly l..sues. n'ln '
Opens StoreMrs. i! SHlut A. 8. tlroup, Al'O *** my hand and official seal
Early LAWTEYBy \ Pine Levelly Mrs. StricklandFuneral master Now Yurk New OY Htarke. Florida this November
You arc required to appear on 1944.tur'FICIAL
annual custom the Harold K. Tyus is openinga Mrs.\! Mamie Crews, Mm. 11. M. Mrllno I services held Wednesday December II, 1945. In the shove \ SEAT) A. J. Thomas,
g1u weekfor dry goods store In the building . were nod Court and cause, wherein A* Clerk of said Court.
!fare Board this formerly occupied by Glalaln's e . . . . e . e e e e e eWe Nov. 21 for Mrs. Cora In tiff peeks divorce. Hmdford I' Znoh II nouclaa Gainesville.. Fla.
recipients inty Telegraph shell publlnh this Atty. for Pit ll-' 4t 11-JO
all t Florida Novelty Shop today. She will f SCHOOL; SUPPER are sorry to report, the illness Strickland who died In the State !Irr In next four weekly UHIIOHWltnem -

assIStanCe to get their handle ready-to-wear notions The Lawtey School will have a of our pastor Rev W. E. Farm Hospital the previous Mon- I at Stark. my. hand Florida and this officialI No- i nnciTiT cot'IIT.roi'rv .InAPFORO ,
checks tn( time for chlldrens and infants clothing and chicken supper for the benefit of Hall. He was greatly missed In day night. . .nber a. 1.411.IOFFiCIAL '. FXOIIIDAI IN CIANtEIlY. ':":1./
Checks for dry goods. the PTA in the cafeteria Friday the services Sunday morning and ( SEAr) A. J. Thomas, ,
spending The Rev. L. D. Haines was in An. Clerk of salt 'curt.yech I* Parrlnh, Plaintiff vn Willie n'Iha
recipients of old- Mrs. C. J. Berg who managedGislain's night Admission! will be 50 cents evening : If Do'iBUs Gainesville, Flit. __ Parrlah Defendant. Case No. ", ',,)j>!;
county Charge of the service which was 40JB. :'" ,
for I'lf 11-9 4t 11-30 .
mailed on will remain with and everyone is asked to attend. Giles of Jacksonville Ally .
.lJ\ce will be Mrs. Phillips under the direction of DeWitt C. ORDER OF PITBCirATtOV AND "," '; <
those for aid to Tyus during December. Mr. and Hamburgers and drinks will also spent the week-end with his parents Jones. NOTICE TO APPEAR ,",' ''r
lend aid to dependant I Mrs. Tyus are well known here as be on sale.PREVATT. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Phillipsand Interment was In KingsleyLake STATK OF FI/OIUDA to Willie ,,/. ,.'. ) ':
Cemetery. She was a member iv' (1RCIIT ('01'IIT. IIH\I>KOMI Mae I'arrlsb. Residence Unknown. ,.
on De- Mr. Tyus Is an employe of the attended church !here e
mailed Sunday.
|will! be BABY of the Baptist Church. C'Ol"T\" F'.OItI"l.oI.: You are required to appear on "' .
State Prison Farm In Hatford Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Starling, Jr., 4'1,,:It Y. December Srd, 1945, In the above "
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Prevatt are Survivors\! include the following Mary Iou Moore, Plaintiff vs. Ell named Court and cause, wherein ;::,
announce the birth of a daughteron receiving congratulations on children: Mrs. Mary Bahme, Philadelphia )M Moore Defendant. Cane No. plaintiff seeks divorce Ttradford I ".
the birth of a son last Monday.Mrs. 41SS.OHDKU. County Telegraph shall publish this.
Friday. Nov. 23. Pa., Mrs. T. C. Fehr nr PimiJCATION AND Order In next four weekly Imiue. aN(
-FO.R- T. N. Norman visited the Miami Mrs. Cora n. McPeak, NOTU'C Tt APPEAR witness my hand and official ,I .
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sllcox of bedside of her slater Mrs. L. A. STATE OK FLORIDA to: Ell :MMnnre ......I..t Htarke Florida, thin No".n.'v, ( "'
Block ConstructionAny Starke and Earl and Raleigh Residence. Unknown.You ber 5. 1945.OFFICIAi.: \II, 'I
Concrete Starke
spent Thanksgiving with Crosby of Gum Branch Sunday Strickland both of Starke; four are required I to appear on ( STOAT.' ) A. J. Thomas, '\,t., '
Mrs. Silcox' afternoon.Mr. December tn above AH Clark of said Court. : 1
parents, Mr and II 11)45.) the ,1 '
Type Building Mrs. G. W. Roberts. brothers, Will Hutron Eulee: ; Peek unmet. Court and cause whereinlutlff It. o tliown Btarke 1"1. Atty. ,\\1;;.. I
I and Mrs. Owen McRae of I 11-8 4t 11-SO : '
llutson. Grand! Marion llutson seeks divorce. Bradford for Plf ': ,,'k''.
Sidewalks C. R Whitehead and G W. Starke were visiting his parents, Jacksonville and J. J. Ilutwon, ,
! Steps
f Floors: Durm were in Macclenny on Mr. and Mra 11. M. McRaa Sun West Palm Beach; and two sisters

Window CasementsAlso ness Thursday. bUSI-1 day night. Mrs. S. R. Johns Sr., Starke and
Can Use More
Rev and Mrs. J. O. Some of our young people at- Mrs. Sarah Green, Heilbronn 4.6 Pulpwood
relatives I tended the farewell '' Springs
spent Thanksgiving with party in honor'of "'
Lumber Direct From Mill !Jn Macclenny Pfc J. 13 Edwards Friday nightat jgfljG-. WHITE TIMBER DEPT

Miss Ina Forsyth was visiting the home of his parents. IN" 01"1'\nun',IT Pi.oitiiiii coinr. \IIKOIIII IN tn\\-: Container Corp'n. of America, Fernandina, Fla. r
Mr. and Mrs. Lester McCulloughof Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae and ri.iM.Mnrlo: '. ;
: :1)'VARES
J. New River last Sunday. mother were visiting Mrs. Mc- Mnnn. plaintiff "". Phnlmers

GENERAL CONTRACTOR Otis Forsyth was visiting Rae's parents In Midway Thurs- Alfred 4U. Mann, Defendant. Case Mo (0___.____,_..---- ----- p 4h,,9
PHONE 91 friends In Callahan Tuesday. day afternoon. ORDER OF PtrntJCATlOV AND
of NOT1CK TO AI'PI.t1tRTATIc For Safety, Comfort and Economy . n'F
Allen Smith of Dinsmore spent Thanksgiving dinner guests ; OK FLORIDA to: Cpl
Monday and Tuesday with his sis- Mr and Mrs. Wesley McRae were t '" II Ir I,

tor Mrs. Perry Davis his parents. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. () COCKTKOUt* .
Mrs. Myrtle VanZant was shopping McRae and Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Beware Coughsfrom J>*SS=====5 AO , ,
tifi ,.ws,
In Jacksonville Tuesday. I McRae and children and Mr and p
Mrs. L, \V Page and son Junior Mrs Owen McRae. common colds 1 INFORMATION: 8's
and Mrs. II. C. Crews Mil M. C.I Rev. W E. Hall and H M. Mc- s
That On 9'1' 7I'
Howard were in Jacksonville Rae were dinner guests Friday, of Hang Plcone Phone 117

Tuesday on business. I Mr and Mrs. Eston Blown at CreomnTslon relieves promptly bo- ., y tt. a

Donald Wilkerson of Jackson Sampson City. cause It Roes right to We seat of the Hide Florida Motor Lines Greyhound Busses
SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET ville spent Thanksgiving with his Mrs. Robert Myrick spent trouble to help loosen and expel
parents, Mr and Mrs. B. L. Wilk- 'Thanksgiving day with her germ laden phlegm and aid nature UNION BUS STATIONTemple
: to soothe and heal raw tender. Inflamed -
ffiA TROUT PERCH BREAM erson. mother-in-law Mrs. Susie Myrlck I bronchial mucous membranes Ave LACY CONWAY, Agent Htarke, Mi.
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RED BASS SHEEPSHEADALSO Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly were of Lake Geneva. Tell your druggist to sell youa ._ I r -----
shopping in Jacksonville Friday. We are sorry to report the Illness bottle of Creomulslon with the Understanding s.4qy
;you must like the way It!
Keef HarreH Is home from the of Lynn :McRae, small son of quickly allays the cough
or you are
Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry service spending some time with Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae. to have your money back.CREOMULSION.

his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sheriff A O. Andrea was visIt-
Harrell. ing the bedside of Rt'v.V.. E. Hall
IAGMLJA FISH MARKET for Coughs Chest Colds BronchitisAccident.
Mrs. A. L. Dryden of Jackson- Monday afternoon. : ,
I "Ille spent the week-end with her Remember the services at Pine
r. ,
mother Mrs Perry Davis. Level Sunday morning and evening -,
I Cecil Rowe spent Saturday Everyone Is welcome. sit
night with It. C. Crews.

Leo Galla of Jacksonville spent Clute Closes OfficeV. ::: ( F1'4Jie
Sunday with H C. Crews. cpJod

David Shuford is home with a T. Chute who opened a real[
Q discharge from the army. He is estate office here In the early ,1.
the son of Mr. and Mrs. John )
EVERYBODY days of Camp Blandlng announced =-'"
3) ENJOYS EATINGAT Shuford. They are among the yesterday that he Is openingan -, c
few parents who had four sons office In Daytona Beach and
In seivlce. Two are still with the will spend most of his time therein u.
army and one in the navy. the future. His office here =- = NOW OPEN TO SERVE YOU
he PARK CAFE Rev and Mrs. J. O. Raulerson was closed effective Tuesday.
spent the week-end In Jackson- t
ville. C.\UD Of THANKS h.

Delicious Regular. Meals Versailles RitesLocal ation We wish for the to express words of our sympathyand appreci- Old Sarge's Place *

for the beautiful flowers sent \
funeral services were held
Healthful Plates
Vegetable .
to us In our bereavement over the
In the DeWItt C. Jones chapel
Short Orders Thursday afternoon of last week death jof ourm Ujcr. Mrs, Cora, ..,R STARKE'S, ORIGINAL ,
Strickland. (Signed) Raleigh
for Alonzo Versailles who died the
Strickland Earl Strickland Mrs.
previous Tuesday. The body was Wm. McPeak. ease of ARMYSTORE
shipped that afternoon to North- ,
Mass., where his sister
Authorized Dealer for The Following! : Lines of hampton. Your
Mrs. Leon hunway lives. Members :.
Appliances: of the American Legion served -

OS Zenith General Electric Motorola\ Car & ( as pallbrearers here and the Lest friend is an .S ..
Rev. John O'Dowd was In chargeof Authorized
c Sets, :Farnsworth. FOR ACID INDIGESTION
---- -- the service
JKK.ERATOKd: (; IIoTpoint, Gibloru Accident Policy Ry The War Department
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IHLNT MACHINES Automatic & Non-Auto- Raybm Home Sold Charley E. Johns, al

HcnJix, ABC, General Electric. To W. V. Gunter 1 Operated i''
__ ,h ,__
I WATER HEATERS Hot Point, Clark, DuoE M M.\ Raybln has sold throughV. Phone 13 STAKKB FLA. Ry an Ex-Soldier

T. Chute Realtor, his home on J
West Call Street to W. V Gunter. 50cCarpenter's ..
HEATERS Duo Therm, About Nov. 15 on Mr. Gunter expects to move into ..... ; HEADQUARTERSFOR
715, as to factory. his new home at once. lie Is em- Store
ployed by the Torode Chevrolet Drug fUprmntinu THE TRAVELERS. Hartford ALL MILITARY SUPPLIES ; : rl

Co, and will make Starke his NOVELTIES and JEWELRY
e Can Also Take Your Order On The home.

\\'ew HOT POINT'A'llElectric Kitchen permanent Mr. Raybln recently sold his

business interests In Starke also

ys! A Comrlete Line' of Wirine! Materials. We and is now engaged In the mer- BUG Ben, Suslow's _

!la'e In I Progress A f New Display Room Where cantile business in Lakeland.

ill Be! To Your Advantage To See The New Mere -

and Mrs. Joseph L. Keating
announce the birth of a son on r
l.- Wednesday Nov. 21, in Louro HAULING 209 E. Call Street Starke, Fla.

I INKIER Electric Service baby Hospital has New been Orleans named La.Lionel The PHONE 179 M sV

Joseph. Mrs. Keating is the former da
224 TEMPLE AVE. Miss Lillian Mosely of FRANK BROADWAY L. M. GAINES Get sweeter, tastier breadl!

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ALiTY DRY CLEANING AT REASONABLE .1401.t. ...e t..n'L.e r.. It.., Fleischmann'a full-Btrcngtlj", fresh active ,,5' .

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WOOD FOR RALE Buy your wood WANTED large ...I... tricycle;
'' where ran depend on gettingIt mum be In good condition. 8eMm <.
;r' 1 SIM1I i'M' 30 ROOMSCABINS I). (f. Kelly wood yard foot of I . Ureen at (lreen'.tore. U P|
L1I 1 H. Cherry St or 214 N. Thompson
; 4 ANDKITCHENETTES Ht tip WANTKI I)-White and colored labs. ve
for crate mill workAmple ,
general Jif
;, FOR SALB--7-room house equipped hou".... NocateeManateCrate t'' : .
,h ,, with MRS. at 805 Lafayette Mt. Company. 11.9 21
t f1, + Htarke, Fla." Janie Ho..". lip
fr Gas Heat Gas Cooking .
WANTKI> Two good finish car.
LightsCompletely FOR" SALE, -Man's Elgin bicycle,J penterH.-U. ,.... t'rlngle, I', O. Boa
tk 1 J."5.Olllham load ,condition.Rte. 2 H-Sgt., Box Harry 611.Klngsley 27. Leehburv Fla. Phone 168. tl ,
Furnished Village H-6. lip t 111'I
Ident preferred. Uood ApplyThe t I Ir
FOR SALE!: New syrup. M. B. pay.
'" Book A Room Ahead Futrh Lawtey, Fla. lip Slag It

(:. For 'Wife Or Parents OAK ,WOOD write-Any F. O'Nell length., Putnam MATTRESSES: furniture of all upholstered kind.. renovated andr..Unlllh..d. -
,I' flail Drop us a card.
;t, Fla. 110 4tp
LARRY'S PLACE FOR\ SALE-125 acres land about 230 Falatka. Fla. tf r- s'
x 60 acres cleared. Balance timberland S S
f7 1000 Feet From B Gate Hood spring of water, 7 ATTENTION VETERANS of 31dt
1 i J ; room nonce. and big barn. All (Dixie) Division and famllle.
'. '; ;i; KINGSLEY LAKE In need of repairs. Located near Place order now for souvenircopy
Worthlngton. Will sell for 3200. of "Dixie Division OverHeas-
to date. Album of Photographs," containing -
Will give abstract up
i KOH HF.NT-Flve room houne onKlngnley .
C 1. Ia.PC over 160 pictured and history
( J. P. Watkins
I, ,) Lake; fully furnUhedwith riair'i' Itp of Division. from 1940 to Jap surrender .
d ' electric stove, and refrlwe-"
,I. 4 )' ator.for. two Two coupleH.bedrooms MrH., nultablo 1C.< J. .--.---. ---- o"o c. McDavid on Mindanao.,12 Pox 60. -71', C.O.D.Columbia or JF'BEE! She's Every Little Girl's Wish for Christmas Just Like the foj(

c.l,4 j Zl howling<< 20:1!) Christian Bt. or All Equipment Miss. It
1'' a Phone 113. It

I i ."' Ilk /)' RENT One a-room house and LIST YOUR FAItM. CITYND
'; i I r 9 two 2-room houses., all furnished.'Z BUSINESS PROPERTY . .
"' :, ' Lights and water. Very 'heap.
t, U B. Jordan Hie. 2, Box 304. 3 CAFE oJ: o..
;r t A ii tnllwH from Htarke. to right of '
highway 4S.! 11.30 2tp FOR SALE Jj. iaaOU.aeEESTA1'la' ALW. Ninctccn-Incla

,1.f FOR RENT-Furnl apartment, 1 3 3DOLL
drrntest iidvrrtliier
::4 rooniB With private bath. F. A. of roan
t} it a 1 Scott 60S Temple Ave., Ktarke, COME SEE IT n.OOO frr propertr. HM mid. over. BABY
I '. d Fla.. Itp mmlfm at hems.Farm.Aereare. -
b nayrm tram !! over the ,
f ki. \4 FOIl ItF.NT-Z room cabin furnliih- Eddie Davis World Free oven lilting.
'f, r g'r'e' i (, with cooking fucllltleH. III.-.. E. A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY (!
.' t t ;? 10. J. Dnwllntr 209 Christian St., DAVIS HOTEL Represented! Locally By
or phone
,,. F. C. IIOLLINOSWORTU qQ Mickey and Donald e:
) FUR SAI.P..r..r..y! row and nearly -+
a d )rr 116 So. Walnut St. .
I f t .1 }, new baby carriage Hoternon'nDairy 8ALE Small Farm. Home '
l"ox 413 Htarke. FI. lip COMICBOOK
convenient the
to city open range. fil-KNCKK: SUPPORTS Individually
Nine tenth. of mile to poHtofflce. designed. Mrs. Bertha.Pearce, 305
FOR SAI-R-30-ncre farm new cement -
tie Yi One halt block from city limit. / 4.98
West Madison St. T-28-4tp
block dwelling ID bearing .
Fenced, cultivated, Rood noil.LlKht /
{a ''a @A d pecan tree. onx-fnurth mile from and water large oakx, t

iN 4 iRl + F y'i alHo hard one road 40-aore near. Hellhronn farm near HprlnKi FarmMark..t. -; "rape bearing, vine.pecan OuthouneM.and pear tree Wm.and F.Cone FARM for SALE by Walt DisneyTwintyPagut i
r'1 orb Cabin for rent. See
f Three Friends Barber Shop. r I.98
it i o P.. W Haven.. 11.30 ftp 11-16 3tp William Sapp's farm lo- T
r I cated 10 miles N W of -All
BICYCLE FOR SALE-28 In. Roll- New Stories/ .:
HOUSE FOR SALE Starke, Fla. 210 Rood o .. Has
J I fait, nearly new.-F. W. KoHtier.Jr. acres Her move and her long lashes are definitely "flamon a spring diet rl
.. Rt. 3, Box 83*. Starke. Itp
house and barns. Good
,b Five room. and bath, cloned- I Prnt! .J In B.autifulFvll Kirl. She wears a beautiful flock: dot dress and matching numbers) and 11ttelll J
{ and tan hound, fe- fence land fertile suitablefor like the
In LOST-Black Color crOWl.UpI'! jim
mm porch. Completely male. Finder notify W. K. Cook, bonnet cute undies, sock and bootees. Composition head
f t l1 with all modern ron- Hlarke and receive reward I general farming or r IL anna and legs. And It's almost u U|
I' if ve.nlenr' Oa, electric automatic 11-30 Zip vegetables. Electric. lights COME IN TODAY t the real ones :iwiyi"
hot water heater and J.ORT-'VIII finder please return ISO running water. FOR YOUR COPY Other Beautiful Dolls....................... ,98c to 9.95 toy. and girl will mat

t, d i f tifM f ran( heating stove,, Located In lout Western Monday Union.night Pleime In vicinity return of to w. E.! SAPPRt.
$ heart of town at S28 W. Call .. NAil at pnntofflce.. ftp 2, Box 113-B
r % S I"1 ,1 St. Inquire Jock Friedler Rog- I
must Fla.
rSj FOt'ND Bird dog owner Starke
lv}! er' Jewelers ISO E. Call St. present positive. Identification and
I pny' for ad. Box 683, Starke, Fla.
Dolly RiJts In Style
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r : I'' Public That We Have Been Appointed The D DOLL SULKY DEAU'
a .k k k l 1.98 .J 1.98 .

Dainty pink: and bin soft
enamel -with canning ant Made of wool plo.ab.mal
Dealer L decoration. Twenty. and silky to the touch. sa
Westinghouse flTe-inch candle.9T ,yM >roU and he IPO$ a d
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Refrigerator Now On Display D Take your choice of llttto* .IJ-
dogs *
lamb, Poll a string and over
Thirty-Piece pony. Ttey't. soft candlosUck he gMi.
cuddly from eight to thirteen cow that Jumps i ont i
TEA SET J.98 1 long. moon and a Bump
It Inches Dnmpty who tllllO'1
e0} ,'' I < I d Bright shiny plastic. Service wall and break Into
t'? u I J for four I Even napkins! ,, .
We Will Have The Complete Westinghouse Line :!"," .I",;,,!",,,,,,!i-m.t!!!, ""-"",,''.' \

They Can Hammer
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Including The Following:

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I I'T' 4 REFRIGERATORS Domestic & Commercial I Play Table

;; ''L Home Freezers e Irons' ''Water Pumps Radios 1.98 "1vdy

'. t Washing Machines and All Other Home Appliances pOe41 This ronderfal table Itlld.
, raQwta.IIIl." includes pegs, hammer and Bright 80
t l lp board for nailing and '' l'e d 2.<<
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t Answer Your Call Promptly In Answer to Steam Shovel rt. ?plull.of soft eeo\t1'a a fawa..ef. ana Foartsm an.::::: Set B-

J.1"; by A.fourteen big one and--nlneteen-lncli half-Inch. i aD4 a"alt- 11&80 It's power a peach micro.cOP"Knaa ad

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LOCATED AT CARL JOHNS FEED STORE floppy ears and biff ribbon Anto!
Box '
Tlcfe TOCk bows. Soft stuffed for little

u x tY 215 Washington Street of Books 1.8O arms to cuddle. From IS t17lnca rf Glr,dad
traellog. epee b 8+
, 11 Soob to color. for blades acto
to do. ,
t k;" i STARKE, FLORIDA for man? things 11yr '

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600 Temple Ave. STARKE, FLORIDA


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