Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 3, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02988
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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issue of the Tel
tast graph that on Tuesday
". l;' supt) Johns at the light and water plant morn-1 f.J/ficuil L'ouutu Publication 1-8tablitthf'd In !87p ;

f'Ouncll Chairman Levy Canova not to
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Chairman Canova. got In his ._ _ _ ---_ _ _ __ _. __ ., .NUl\IIIER SEVEN
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4 I) 1' I C/ E TO AttYB. for "1Ez 11.6 4t 11-2i I Vasale PhllllpB ::Moody Plaintiff. v. STATE OF FLOHIDA to: EBtelleLoille. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. i : :- -. 4 S ,, \'S

I )1IItI.fI1l1IVEN: : CONC'fllN: Walter Moody Der..nl..nt.. Case No. whose residence I. unknown. A. Clerk of .ald Court. _
oil r \fA. y creditor. of 1'\1 CIR<'1IT (OlIIT lilt'UI.'OIIlI I You are required to appear on fly Raven Cro.by. D. C. -
I .. .nIl.. Knight are to coti'rt. "'Lollm.1'\ (:11.\\: .. OIIUI:1I: OF PI'IIL.rATIO'\l A24D December 17th. 1948. In the abovenamed Z.lrh 11. DOUIII. 6110.607 Lynch -1 Mayor Jake P. Roberts stated
of Edlil.1. E.tate, CEll%. :\O'I'.C.] TO .iPPl3A1t Court and "au"'l wherein 141,1g.. Jacksonville Fin. : .H
claim III..ln"t th Count Lillie Smart. Plaintiff. v. Ja"k,. R'I'ATE U. FLORIDA to: plaintiff seeks dlvorr. Bradford Atty. for l'lf. 11-26 4t 1217I'll yesterday that he has had numer-
with the Florida, Icm..rt.:! D..f..nd\nl. (':11"" No 13922. Wetter, Moody whose residence 18 I County Telegraph shall l publish thisOrder
ora.i'rord County ORDaU, 0.' unknown: : Otis complaints from citizens
from the PtflLItATIOi .AJ!. ) in next four weekly issues. _
'hlh' tuoiitht NO'I'IC.J '1'0 You are hereby required to Witness hand official ('IIITI'I' (COLIt'I' nlt.\UFOnU
APPE.tit appear my .
about the ot flrecrack-,
; NOTICE epidemic
Irati: f thiti Statute.II or.I STATE 0. FLOnlI'A': on D."mb..r 8, 1D4S. In the above seal at Inrke.. Florida, this Nomher ('Ul %'VV. .'LOIUIJ.\ t.\-:
will bllr'ed, by Jack Smart Whose re"lden"e is: bit named Court; anul cause' wherein ', 18th, 1948. t'iat vLois Plaintiff era that has broken out in town
1\0..1"31 plaintiff. seek. divorce. Bradford J. 'l'eunples INI..llrd. vs.
II Street Wutycrospi fleorgia (Ol'FICIAL SEAL A. Thomas.
C. ', .nes. Aiminiitrator.2.IG You are hereby r..qulre,1 to appear: County Telegraph shall publish this A. e..lrk uf said Court. Julius, Lamar UII..rd. Defendllnt. i In recent weeks.
on December 8. 1918. In the above Or.ler In next tour weekly issues. fly Haven Crosby D C. Case No. 6989.litilit ,
named Court and cause wherein Witness my hand and official 1I01lla V. Knight Starke. 1 ln. l OF PURLICATION "It.s against the law to sell
plaintiff aeeks ......lot "Starke' Florid.. this November 12.171'Ii I ANt NOTIt'W 1'0 AI'l'l AHSTA''I'
'r I V divorce and rector.ation .. Atty. Plf. 11-26 4t \m and
Julius1.nmuu law
0 at maiden 2. 1948.10o'Jo'lCIAI.. ] 010' FLORIDA to: against the to shoot
OIVEN TOo name. BrBdford
I 4 HRH., SEAL) A. J. Thoma.AB r HII..rd.. w bruce r..ald..nueI. "
MAY CONCERN: County Telegraph shall publish thi p f"llIr..r ('ltlll'. \Ul"onn" unknown. : 'em, Mayor Roberta said "andI
Order In Clerk of B..ld Court.
I' .flte. and debtors next four weekly lUll us,. fOI'iT.' .OIlIU.\1 I IN til.'N'FRY You are required to appear on
nv Haven ( D. C.
Witness Crosby
William E. Antheir my hand 01, official : ( December 27. 1948. In the abovenamed have issued instructions to the
tat Zarh 11.
cialme. duly seal at Starke. Florida' this Novein.ber .. Dotigluis 1105-607 Lynch .
John W. Garber. Plalnllff. VII. Eunice Court andcususe., wherein
3. 19411.OFFICIAL.. Building JlOrkllonvllle, Florida I police department to pick all
County Judge of up
Amelia lather LlerenllInt. Case Plaintiff seekS divorce and restur-
eI Atty. for l'lf 11.5 4t 1126iN
C o'IDrlda. on or ( SEAL) A. J. Thoma No. 8973 eLi,,.: of maiden nam. Hr..dford offenders."
gh I h" from the first A. Clerk nf said Court ORDER OF P'RLJCATION County Telegraph .shah publish thlll
I' NOTICFJ or the lIy Haven Crosby D. C'ZB"h 'IIIC'T" (COIRT \nFOnn 'ANr: ) NOTI'E 1'0 APPEAR Order. In next tour weekly I..u" Mayor Roberts hopes that a
i, .jtI by the Statute. U Louglas. 605.60'7 Lynch cOI'\'rv. 'I.IJIIII1 1:11: CJiAN-: STATE 0. 'LUnllJA to: .''I>ltn W.harber. Witness my hand and official seal.
Bu I I ciuty.lladyiu: S
tiOflC nil' .llll'kHonvlll. Florid ( whose. residence I.'ayneB.- at Hlllrke, Florida, this November warning .w1J1 be sufficient to curb
4tdnilnletrator.tiiuIlr AUYII. for Plf.__ 1\.6 4t 11.26 ( l\r. 1arrir.h Plaintiff v. burn Virginia. 23. 1(148.( -, S'

No.tIny 6956.ORLER F. I'arrish Defendant. Case You are required to appear on (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas the nuisance wIthout the police

I. Circuit Cout.Jfldford County, OF December 27th, 1948. In the .above A. Clerk of said Court. actually having to make arrests.
VIorhuIn' .a 4husse.ry. PtHH.ICATIO nameit Court and cause. wherein 1131 haven Crosby. D. C. T
COURT OF Henry r. Prld"en. ANn NOTICIt TO APPEAR ... lie to that
Plnlntlff. ye. l'IILlntlff .e..k. dlvor. Bradford 7..h. ii. Dnu..III" 1106.601 Lynchltidg. urged parents lee
t. t: I'; II'I' II .VDICIAL Vivian. L"lIgeUe PrideI3 Defend;. flTATE OF FLORIDA to: Roy F.. ('county' Telegraph shall' publish 1 thiaOrder .. Jacksonville. Fla. r their children do not have the
T I" tI) FOIL. lilt A U01 .- .nt Case. No. 69411.Oruler Parrl..h.. whose residence IB Unknown. in next four weekly :issue,. i Atty. for I'lr. 11-26 4t n-17
''f' I' i1tcIi.YLII'TlON of Pabll..tlon I firecrackers In their
nail %.tI..e to 'Viinesn nw han.t ant official seal Illegal pos-
. ( = OF JOHN ED.ltTTI' Appear You are requIred to Appear on at Stark. Florida. tide November! -. .
De"emb..r OeSlofl. He also asks all merch-
: HI.NTOl.n : : STATE OF 20. 19U. In the above
\ FLORIDA to: lAth, 1948. IN' ('IIIClTr CO 1'11'1'. IlIt"UFOHU .5
: ot' .'I'HIIU'I'rll Vivian L"lIgette Pridgen whose rca.idence I'alntlff named( Court and SfAL A. 3. Thoma.I rot '\.V. FL4)lIiiAI IN t.'II.\N- ) ,1is...... ante to adhere strictly to the
t: 1'0 APPEAR and address last known I. 'eek dlvor..e. Bradford All Clerk of said Court. t..aty.
\HUV qllAUY; I3ENTON.itk : .. 71 Hn..lely Street ChnrleMton. South County Teiegraph shall l publiab thia, fly Haven Crosby: n. C.It. Margaret. Hollhlln King Plaintiff v law whldl prohibits their lale.
uIII addr", III un."pppar. Carolina. : Orir in next four weekly issues. O. Hrown. Starke, FI..... n. 11.ltlflcan. .I va. U"orlCe .'hllrlplI E. Klnll' tuefeftdant. 'i
You are hereby: required tn B"p..nron Witness my hand and official. Jacksonville, FIn.Attys. Clue Nn. UA7lJltPJo:1t
:.t .. In thatluj& December 13. 19411, III the above seal at Starke, Florida this $ovember for I'lf. 1\.26 4t 12-1? : OF ."BLI'ATIONNP Group FormulatingPlans
w ppndlng In. the flamed Court and cause, wherein 15 19411.OFFICIAl. NOi'l'E 'It) Al'l'I-AH S
urt hc .I"hth udIclaiFl plaintiff 1I".k. .lIvor..e. l1rllltord ( MEAL) A. J. Thonnll. STATE' OF FLOItIIA to: IleorgeCluariec .% For Improving'
In and for Br..d.Ch"nc..ry. County Telegraph. shall publish this n..v..n. All Cleric nf said Court. I'\I eiueiir ('OI'UT. BItAlIFOflI) E.: Klnlf. wh"He residencein
rt wherein Order In next four weekly issues.Vitnesuu nv: Crosby. n. C. ('Dl %TY, FLOltliAi IN ('II tVlFlIY -I : Keystone: Valley Farm. WY8..X.l'.nn.lvanla. S Athletic Field
E. K. .
,fl ...11 hiM wire. Pauline '\ my hand and official Perryman Starke. Fla.Atty : _
-n .f't, the adoption of seal at Stark... Florida. thlll Nov. for PIt. Jl-J9 4t 1210IN Audrey: Ila.lell T'llIlntlff V" Kennuth You .are required to appear. on ._

'SIr .nrlle Benton that ember 10 19H.OFFIAI. Radell Det..nl..nt.. Case. No. Dec"II1I"'r 27. 194(1( In the above Carl Johns was elected temp. .
h ";,d I"ln tu..rlle Ii"n'hIM ( SEAt.) A. J. Thomas, : CIIIC"I' r'f'nT. \UFOnn "am"ll, Court and cause, wherein
nf the ealdid Au. Clerk of said ennrt. (4OI'l'Y "'LUJlU.I'll (''J\\-: 6988.OROER: OF plnl.H'\"TO Plaintiff!! .eekN divorce .LII.I rectoriClo 4. orary chairman Monday night ofa
01 nton Iln,1 that the fly Haven Crn..bv.: I). C. CERY.Ardeil AND NOTlt'JoJ TO APT'NAltnl ,, of nahl..n n..m.. Bradford newly organized cltlzena' athletic -
r. "nd the poutof- John .T, Ifenderson E.q.. St. Augua- 'Vater. Plaintiff VII. Cecil STATE 1)9' FLLRlElA<< to: Kenneth County Telegraph shall puhllMh this :
r t the ,inid Harry tine 'Inrldll. l'erkins Waters Defendant. Case _.. whose residence isunknown.ou : I Orl..r In next four weekly: isstieu.Vitiiee. .5- :-- association for the purpose
,nknown to peti- \tty. for Plf 11.12 4t 12.3I.i No. N'13'! 1 are required to appear 1 1 on I Inllm..11 \ mv h/ll1l1 and official ".eai ot promoting improvements to I
d ''f'' I'' lIfll that there ottflE1t OF T'1T'fU.IA'I'ION December 27. 19411. Ia the above at Starke, Fiuridue. this No; \ "b..r
fine In the state: ('llIr1IT ('0. 111'. \III'OIIlJ ANT; NOTI. TO APPF.\R Court and cause wh..reln'l' 2:1.: '19411. the athletic field at. BHS.
,'v"'e" of a eumIP (lt'i'Y' ....011 I IJ.I" Cli i.- PFATE OF; FI.nRIDA to: Cecil "Ialntlff seeks dlvnr. (OFJo'I'I.fH'T..) A..J. 1'.111.. The committee will meet
'" whom would tEIIY.Juyee I t.ekins" Waters. whose residence I. ('nunty Telegraph, shall. "uhllMIt this A. Clerk of alLhl, Cuu..t.I'v Homes again
, ""V, (Or..dv: 1enton Lorraine l3annan Plaintiff unlennwn. Or".r In next four veek1v IM8U"H : haven ('rushy: n. ('. ILawtey To Vote tonight ( Friday) at the City Hal
,..d..rNI 10 ap- v... James 1Iannall. Defendant Case You. are requIred to alp..ar on Witness mv hand and official. seal lIrh H. OnllM'I"H. lIoR.n07 I.yn", at 7:30 o'clock to outline plan
: a
on or I)4foretoeernher. Flnrl'IIl this Nnvt.mb..rl Jlltl...,. Jnckiunville 10'11.
Nn. R9II: : I n.n..r 20. 19411! In the above nt fllorkt'. .
A. D.h' on.:11 010' P"III..CTIO'll \\U: named Court and' rnllHP. wherein 2:1.: 19111. I AIIr.: fur I'lf. 11-26 4t 12.\1\ of financing the improvements

al1egnllon.be taken of :"%4)iICE '1'0 \I'PKUt I'ln/llliff, seeks .1 llvort'p. T"rR'lt..r,1I .. of Starke IOn 10 that the matters may be
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as --
-- Utility pr-
f'lTATFJ' 01" FI..oIUI to: I I ('ollnl)' 'I'.I.'Hnph shall publish this Tax
NlCt. Janice. llannutn whose residence Order III next four weekly issue. ... seated to the School Board at It
'.rPlI that this
and address 1M: Ho'h.1 No. 0876524, Wiiese mv hand and official! CLASSIFIEDH meeting next Monday
h path weekitive Unv..rnor' Island' N. Y. : I "nl at Starlte. Florida. thlll No.v..lI1h..r .
''I '1'elegrnph veeks In You are her..hv: required tn appear ,, 111. 19411.LFi d. klpped. and jumped over the Voters In the regular City Selected to serve on the committee -
RI on Der..mh..r 6. 1948, In the above ( I.'LI.II'\ .'r.) A. J. Thomas. -- -
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I ,I' etrtuIitttonounty named t'ollrt and cause. wherein i As ('1"1 nf .old COIII't. and badly damaging lour others.I Election at Lawtey on December with Mr.-,Johns ant L A.
( : 1'Irr. plaintiff aeek.. dlvor..e. IIradforl 0)' Hvpn Crosby: J1 C. Foil SALE: CIIIl'': 1 FranklIn INSI1ItANC111-1 write all I Jln...: Canova and A. 3. Thomas. .. '
shall publish this .1, 'rhum". Jr.. won.l h eat" I 1 flu .lItu.hll., sprained when some flying object
( ouint' Telegraph I Starke. Fla.I nnt"math'.drnft er; e & liii hI lily and 7 will decide whether or not a
FIorIla thIs of Starke O. J. and F.a.
Order In next tour weekly IHMue. Ally for Plf. 11-19 4t 13-10 large c..I.b".nllllC. circulating IIf. "beu isle. for vUllr insiran, ,. ; PhillIps .
r'. A. D. 194S.r hand and official I prouul ..on.\llIon.i n".dM. N I) 10 utllltiea tax will bs
Witness my h cit I Cr. i-lot h I In VaInwright Jr.. 129 percent Csrradine. Lawtey: P. D. Reddish -
r '.A. J. ThornatIrk 'seal at Ittarke. Pioriclie this November 1 )urt flradfordla. 9. 19111. I.( r'IIII'1 1'1' 1)1 itT. lilt un'oll levied for the purpose of bulle : Hellbrn: Carlton C-
'1 I (OFF1CIAL SIIAL) A. J. Th".nall ('(11'10'1''IOIlIIJ \ h I" 11 \\i_ :'a were practically torn away.. Therear : Ch.ster
All Clerk or said Courl. ('tlt" I the roota.'chine tag a recreaUon building and tal. Hampton And-
nr.Ii fly; Haven 'rosby. D C. I'.rul hv O. flirga Plaintiff, vs.Sticlinel SELL, YOUR TIMUEI{ were tom up by Nv.: Ralph .H.n .a
I I T. Frank Landrunt. Starke Florida Dirga Defendant. Case No. NOW OF ALL IINI4JtENOV. : with carpentering and was communIty. cter. Z. W. rooker. G .
Atty. for Plf.__ 1\-6\ 4t 1126l (396 1. .\ fluci. : HaUt
ordinance the
ORT>I n OF T'I'OLH'TIOA Highest Cash Prices Paid ;. 'I't'palr the damage Mr. Collins An authorizing of 2113 will t
1"1 It'I'. R.\IFOItD ;;;; : ) ;\iOTrl"l'; '1'01'1'1 \11STATi levying of the tax wee passed 1. pr
t..I..1). \ I'" tiI.t-: ("lltc"Tr (' '", \IIFOltn I': Ol 2llchnelPirgu. ds family an staying: In quart rae by .r. the committee
PlIllntlrt ('UI""I"'I.unl" 4 h I" ('H t,,- / wh"..... restlsu.'e I. :<;;. ttikor- 'VILL Htvi'N: BULK r. the Lawtey City Council In Oct.ebut. b ci adyi capacity.mbex .
r II., VII.J'"fenlant. CEll Y. .
sky ,\lrrrart 'I'urntlo"' lla'1 1 t.tcaund' t
< lie.l'OI.t e.... subsequent p
Case AnnabellA Brown EII..rt. T'llIlntlff, (:onnect icut. Oft IN UNIT \ ( httge.Qj1kll. which wen toppled 1" 1' of ths.Qeimlttss \
vs.. Glenn T. l'lIertH: D'fendant. c3. the Council:to rescind its "
Toll Bro required to appear on : .,-t;: are. urged to attend the meting
:; aDd 1\11' anti 1.1re.
R '.1.' 1''IU.ICATION. I Case So. 6926.OltlElt n..mb..r ,. letel'y"dt'lllolJahed to the
20. 19.IH. In tI" abovenmiiiei .1.1 actlttn and vote place
NOT, r. TO ,\PPFAItF 4)1.' l'I'III.lr'TIO'l A:\ II I'IWINW. PECK tonight the
('ourt nnl cause. wherein Ptelt'atoVe< also dlJllnteerateci.s. I .
'. '' ., U the ballot. No funds Cty
IU D10: Franceaat :\0'1'11'] 'I'U PI'iL' seeks Ip"1- question on
plllllttlff divorce and
..stdenre. 1M: 1110 STATE 01" "'I.OHII'to: of mal
...I Hl'onx. N. Y. lntI.'e.?; Ellerts: irnowlu whose residence ('nu n tv: Telegraph shrill "uloll..h. I this I, Gainesville, 'Ja. t'tJUNITITnF.ItEUPIIOLSTEUIn Report Reveals
last is 1901( St. levy.
d I to appear on OI"r In next four weekly. 10Hu..... I ;
I In the atoveauie Lawrence Street )1elolt. Wisconsin. : Witness mv hand and orflrlnl seal. I ANI) IOJo'INISlnUUrop are seen spending a bUllY 'ntankl' Two candidates. O. 3. Anders What
''II -' wherein You are hereby: required to appear nl I 4fnrk.. Fiori".., thlll November end me a postcard and I Graduate
, ,t.p. liradrordL on December R. 1948. III the-.h.ye 16. 1941. will UN A Card Ice of neighbors. The house was and David L. Shuford are seeking .
" tutu I his IIl1n1l,1 Court and t'au"e wherein come see. you. I Are Now
pulilsh t Doing :
OI"FICJ\J. !SEA1)t.. J. 'l'hunmna,
( S
I weekly \issues. plaintiff ..ekn .1Ivor. Bradford A. Clerk nf "RII, Court.fly hASTINGS I\IATTUESS CO. rooms were tom away the office of Mayor, now held ,

Out' and official County T..lpgrnph four shall publish! issue thiiOrder ... : haven: Crosby: n, C'. I 1.0 It 8\1.F:: One 3-pc maple h.I.I Box 230 .>l'alntkia FJaI .ee across the road from Starlings'. by Incumb'ent' O. J.' Phillips. who
,11., thlll Novem. III next weekly Questionnaire. to mem.
H n. ltrown Vie.dItty.
Rtarke. maied.
, B1IIt.I II not a candidate for re-election.
Witness ny hand IIntl official runlt : one 2.po. flu iit.gaui y
I. I ,\. 3. Thomas, anal 01 Starke Ii'ioriLt thlll Novem- for Pit. 1\.19 4t U-IO I finish Living room IIU It... Cnn be lo'l1I:!I I 1IAI'I'. J.IVJoJ MINNOWIi for City Marshall W. E. IIwrnmock bt1 of the 1948 graduating class
.T"{ nf said Court her 31. 19111.OPF1CIAL. H..en at H B. Alvarea Son ltnr- ciii.., Hnk"'H, J uui 00. lsytone Business Men at BHS reveal that ,.
11. e. ( SE\T. A .T Thomas ( IIU'I IT ('0. lii'. lilt 1)011.u. age & 'V..rphou.e.. Write Box 175 on Road 100. alp 1129ionfortn \ Is seeking re.electlon and la op. marge. :
'I fl4-o5 OuarantyP' All Clerk of said 'nurt. II"CIII "'ib. ."..O.IIIJ\I I" t.'I1.\- or phone_ 9105.! tf pOlled by V. R. Reddllh" nurses training and "jobs" are the
fly; haven Crosby, D, C. (1:1tnUM..h.: \ "imI.[ (0 uS-l r'c.';;; :;;; (;;1 m,,"1M ,,1 Asked To Attend three moat popular careers for
'II\"i.I\ II't 12.10 Tohn .1. Hlpr..on, f:..,!., St. Augustine. .iae Cujaner Pllllntlrr. VII ANTIn: : ]Man. with small family: tile. ru..ma lit l'.I..nllll I I nil. Five candidates are contesting ,
Florida. I'llul I 1'11111" Couiier D"f..nllllllt: Cases to rent or sharecrop small farm Also furnished. and unfurIlIMh.,1 Farm Bureau Meet girls. .while coleee'and service I
I Ir to. 11'''. nRUFOnD AUYII. for Plf.__ 11-5 4t 11.26 ;... uu93.litil'tt! : near Brvc"vIIIA.: Fla. ]Mule & a'lutrn..nl.. Itollll'httul, locution for the three places on the Coun.clJ In the armed torce are first and '.
\, 1.111111) I" ('11\\ ( OF' PLTI1LII'ATIONANI : plows. II brood mows will bring ,nose in. on M"dlaoll "'141.. tltl1rk..tf,
Iv Cllu"'r (''orn'. nn tDFORfl44)IFV. ; ) SOTIC'I'1 1'0 API'I An \pigs In De,.. 4.ron",: house on Itt'Aline. The marketing next year 01 which will become vacant Jan second In popuartty among the
i tiff. VII. Ho"nr.1. .'I.IIIIIU' h lriit ('II." STATE UF f'1.0IUI tu: I'lIul house I. wlrel. t-lI'hool bUH. FCilHALbi: 2 ''ot. :a oIw..11I1I1, boys.
1. L.
,. H.
pota'toel They Futch
(' No. 6901. V.Dorothy. Suns Cooner WItUMO residence III :Mail. rnut. flood pump wnter. bousues.. I ItfllrO/il'e./ I cement block corn strawberries beans are present
'Rf! 'Ru h :.: Margaret Mnrtln. P'"lntift.' unknown. Plenty garden space & chicken store .blI., on Halford road 3 and the discussion and study Council chairman and H. C. liar.ley '. Of the 62 questIonnaires mailed ;
!, TO AI'PEAIt ,v... George WilliAm ;Martin D..rend.lint. Ynll, are rellulr to appear. on ynrd. W. N. (ticks. 711 lbs.slle I lloek west of t.s otlll Inn. tI"o, to members of the f
" ''In.\ tift howard Case No. R932. J''J"her" 27th. I9H. In the above St.. Jaeicsonvlile. Fin.2I. I,' N. 1-;. Or..on, I-Itark. :ltp! 11211MuNi of other local farm marketing also an Incumbent member, graduating
hl..nre III: 2303 alt hr:,l OF 1"111,1\1'11)\1 A"U nanci I Court and cause, wh..r"ln1IILlutlrf ", 1i-q -- class replies were received from t
29, N. Y. "0'1'111 'rll U"'IIt seeks dlvtr'.... Orndford : problems will highlight the H. C. Kelly W, E. Plummer and 33. Six girls were
r ", appear on Dche flT.\'I'1-1 'W FT.onIO.to: (',.iiuty Telegraph Ahllil publish. this I.OI'IT: flel l\llll) hound with nllll' ..a.'I'I'I"U: JOIIM1fl'aftsrne mare abe ,
above n..mp,1"h..ln n.'rM'e 'llIIlIm Martin, whose yeailenc (I"h'r III next four weekly issues. : white .snot, on nn"... IIPrk nn.1 ii. !ltoto/CrILI'h.. ('nr.p..nt..r" Farm Bureau meeting tonight Sidney Shuford. were In training to nurl.
plaintiff auiti tuilress.' I is: 2963 East': 'ttnes... my hllnd arlll offIcial ",'al : tip for t'LIl.' Notify Jlufu" Alvnrpz. steuuugriipher.s' rail ii,) teuh- six ,
at 7:30 o'clock In the Louis H. Hill who holds the ad were employed at various
nrnltord County 16th E4treet. Brooklvn.: New York: at lllIrk. o'iorldu, this 21th of No- Ittarke. 2t I'1.24 tucking. melllelli techniciiissq raiLeruuie"henicn. (Friday) : ,
"II.h this Order You are hereby required tn appear v' 'nulcr', 19-18. Weaihu'r frsirasters. aircuaft E. L. Bureau lengthy title of Clerk Treasurer jobl. Four were attending college
Issues.nrrtetuul. "n n"'l'bpr 6. 19H. In the above (01.1"1.1., SilA T.I A. .1. Thotnitui.A lolt !I.\I.I':: ::1''IIurtment house. mechanics! Those nra sonic of courthouses Crawford and four were I
""It ..111 named Court and rBII"". wherein .. Clerk of said ('ollrt. partly: turnlllh.. exceptionallyit'u'lI : the ninny JulJ" for whll'h 'i 1IIIIIIfl..d I I President, laid YMterday. Tax Collector Tax Assessor, and simply "ataytllS
this November .1111"lIrf seeks IIlvor' TlrnclfnrriConnty Bv: haven Crosby: 1). C. located.. right In town .nr. men can lie 11'11111",1 In the biggest home". P
TulplI'rlll'h shall publish thlll J..hll.1 lienulersoli 1ni.; St. AUIlU'till" ncr lot 85,200., All apartments liuseinsus" In the wurltl-thM btisiiinaof Mr. Crawford emphasized that Registration Officer la a candl.
.\. T. Thomas. O.I"r In next four weekly: 1..uplI.. I FIn.Att or""l>h.I. PriieiI to sell and Uncle -111m. 1'lu.. .t""ly, employInent Four boys were In colleges and ,
.,f said Court.I Witness mY hand and: official for" Plf. I 11.26 4t 12.11l worth the mnn..v. Ses" .Tos. 1'1.1 :"'; WYlrJ'.r: lfuIsr: fist' 'lire. I luau not only member ot the Bureau date for re.eleclion and has no universities, three were serving
I .'eel rut Starku,. Floridzi, i this Nov..m.I Wilson Bt H. C. Wall Agency./ If: lillY beginning.: i"usod:::: I,
''I.O: O'lIlrnnty' her 3. 19411OFFICIAl. ;;;;;;; ,clothing shoe,, shelter ar" furnish.eul are asked to attend the meeting opPol\ltlon. In the armed forces and only
, lie. Pie.. ( SCAT.) A. J. Thomas I C lull. '. nil tillolti) "l'ot qAr.1' :: 4 lot 'lust' nuitniulec'ity: I I f""e." An,1, otis of the most d".lr. but''all farmers and buslne men The new city officials take two Itated that they were holding
11-19 41 12-10 ,\g clerk nf .n.h' ('ollrt. 4 nl '10'1" .'IrllIlJ' I" C'II.- lImit' ,. on Jag highway. If intereste.I able benefits is us r..tlr..m'nl 1'/1111.... w
l1v Haven. ('rn.hv.: n. C.: t-ehl: 4'. ..pn .J"ff T."wl janitor I'I that costs y.u.s nnlhlntr. Yes you can are urged to be present.Ler office January 1. down Jobl. ':
'l.. Frank l.nnlru" Stnrlte T.inhny: U Jarvis .Ir.. 1'llIlntiff. VII.Olltry at Bradford iligh 'School retire At half pay In 211 yciern, regaruiles.s -
.1(1.-i- ',. Atty" for I'lf.__ 1\.5\ Florlda'i : IIwyn IIl1r""lh JUI'vIH. Ief"n.llInl 2t" 1I4 I I of n..... You will receive B eight boys and girls listed I
110 te". Octob..rI S 11'" So. 11976.libtiElt generous mont hly 'income i hat. as attending college were: Ernest :
I hr reuponuuhiieu'ul l' C'IIUTIT ro-nT. on \ ( .,: Of' PlIBLH'ATI-l: FOil 8AT.1'':: Pair of half hl.L..k.lan mean" rent .l.lIrltv: after that.
: hv: allY other cub 1 '\'i'\'. ..'1,1111111 'I -1'" rll t'Ii1"1.11 tNt: > STI'I' '1'0 A I'PI1\H and red-hone. RI". 1 walker gyp, I length of service' let fail facts an.. Than I W.UI. Henry Manassa. Clarence r
,\\)11 11 t. STATE 010' Ft.OltllA tu: Mary year old. tired frum 11..1 ,ieerstock. figures. nt POHt Office III -Itark. Expected' Vance William Minnie
:...Walllvl'hrht. Jr herman Ilootle. PllllntJrf. V" Lu. UWIIl1realh Jarvis. whss. r"I- Ifn,1 accident ran't hunt. each Monuhusy' : 9 .\. M. tn 1 12 nnon.nr Lou Smit
ellu' Poster. l1'ontlA. ro"dant. Case Rnl .address. I.: 316 IOtb reason for ...11I"... J.V.. Jordan 1'0Mt 01'11".. hllllllnll', laineevilie., Hazen, Pest, Ona .
1'1.. I 111'. I"\IIFOII" No 111121.OltlIlt. 100..n'r., North \Vllkenboro North I-tb. 1. 10"", 298. "$' 'I..rw. Fla. ill' Via. Mon. through I-Iat. "alk iu'I I Demorest and Iris
I "uii 11. tt I CII. tdotlrf. OF PI'nl.lrTIO'l A n0'1'14'1' ... I""n-;; (Ill I i fieui n'f'r .. till I yes or .t hue 17, 13 yards and Ie ore. lIaz.n's pall" tlon of a new $.&0,000 stadium Sit :
'\ ; '1'" ,'PPN.Ut You are reIIlr.,1 to appear on FOIl 14Al.i'':: lun IIl1lrk 14. Army LI. ii. Army Air l'surcs, to Winkler waa good for the extra completely : Girls who Itpt Into the sea
'December In the above n.IO". 11.000 miles. James 1- F'nr.flett. let outplayed the BradfordJte.
VII. F f'I'I'\TE' nl FI.onIDto: 27. 19H. tOlI\y. the whole story: In p..r. of matrimony
' ''nl11' ('n..e Lucite Poster, tinotle. whose resi.denc nlLm.,1 Court and cause. Wherein ht house on left pact Fin.l'nwer son It means much to you p"rH..n. point. btore. or soon ater !-
'I.I .. and Rd'r"' last known I. plaintiff seeks dlvor..... Rra..ftrll. & Light offlr. 2t"2.3\ ally! were: Marjorie I
01 I" III II'TIO'l \'\ I 420 Meeting Street Charleston R. C.: County Telegraph shrill publish this tatbttlell But all In aU the Tornado McKJnney
In. t ..;1.0 \I'I'N Ut you are hereby required to appear Url..r In next four w..klv: I.......... FOUR ROOMS. entire upper floor, FOR RH.I' HJo1AI. CIIF.'f': I 14,18 record of 4 won, 4 lost, and 2 Conner. Edith Malllg
"nln.\ to: on D'r..mher 6. '1948. In the above Witness mY hand Rnd official seal R" one. or two turnl..h..d Rptll. Army tent In first class condition lat dOWN: Starke 1Green; Ray. Lucie Barton White. Marie ,
whose re..ltlen"etre..t. named Court and cause wherein at Hlnrke Florida. this November Hot & coM water at all tunes.Also K. (I. Oun"an. tip tied was a vast Improvement MCKinney Thomas
Cove 12
front lower P3.: H. CPaassa Mary Allen
Bradford 19411. one apt
Elktnn plaintiff seeka .lIvor. 24. over last .ealon' 3 won and 7
shall JlllhllMh thlB OFFiCIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.As --ilnn..y. 2n! N rh"rrv. lsr.I.OST Padgett, and Mildred
r r.uuinty' Telegraph" ( Thomas
h. FOIl RAI.E: 1942 Ford 2.dlor attempted: Starke 11: lost
sedan Also In
'lIlred to appear ,Order In next four weekly issues. Clerk of said. Court. the matter of total Kinard .I'
It.. In the above Witness mil' hand and official By lav..n Cro.b,. D. C. : Brown billfold. In Florida In perfect mechanical. ndltlon. Green Cove 9 points scored the
''I thlB Icovem- .1. Thomll. Jr. Starke. FIR. Theatre nr between there and Mr. Lois Hayes. N. Cherry tit., picture wag
Florida A.
aUMe. wherein'seal at fltarke. Joining the
tk. 'ree. nttnrn..y' 'b..r .11. 14411.OFFICIAL.. Atty. for Plf. )1-28 4t 12-17 I Ollldnn Orill. Finder return to Stark... Fill. tip Passes completed: Starke IS; I much brighter. This year the ranjc. of ,working

. Tlrad ford ( SEAT.) A. J. Thomas Ern.llt Murphr..y at A&P, Star. Green Cove Tornadoes racked up 121 points girls were: Sharon laJJ. Joyce 1
shall of ani.l 'nurt. lipVANTF CHICKENS: ffnm Flol'ke. Why Ward
: JlubllBh thia A. 'I..rk Helen
. : nul' weekly I..uell. By haven Crosby D C. IN ( .ltr..T rornT. nit tlPOhtDtNTY. bother t" raise them yourself and Pa-eaea Intercepted: Starke 3 to 89 for their opponents, while ,.. Blanche
, hand and official John J. Henderson, E..q", St. 'Augustine (' "'LOIIIIJ.I'll' CII t11.ieorgeLoilie (): Steady reiiabio man for lose half? I will brood and raise Green Cove 2Yd. ; last season the figures were 70 Nazworth. Mildred Mann, and I Ii
rk '
''loricia this NovemSRtt. Florida ( .1RY. city laundry and dry cleaning them for yoU to R weeks. ready i Guntej- "
Atty. for Pit. 11.5 4t 1126IN ( Plalntltr. v... EstelleLoilie. rout. Apply Starke Dry Cleaner.. to put In your yard. Your choice .. gained passes: Starke 179 for Starke and 182 for opponentJI. Anete
\ : .) A. J. Thomas =-- D..fendnnt. Case No. 8824 Or phone 211 It nf bresul.. 10 to 1i0 [nve..tlllate. Green : Those training to '
I"rk nf 1I..ld. Court. 1 ClnCVIT COURT, BRADFORD EJIYB II Twlnln. Park Rt.. I square Cove .n The season had many hljth. I become 'I t
lIy 'T''W"n Crosby, D C i'OTNTT, FLORIDA IN CPlAN-1 OP' PUBLICATION SALESMAN WANTED A P ply .a..t of aoo blnrk.. 8. Water (141.. Pass avg.i: Starke 29 yds4: lights Chief of which were Ha.zen'a nUrses are: Frances Morgan
n. Ell tarke, Florida. :CEnT AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Shade las Co.. Stark. FIB. tf or P. O. Unit 321. RtBrk.. 21p 12.3I Green Cove 10 ydJI. passing Ph1llIp. punting. Odessa Thomas. Nora Bennett, :

'I'Ie Penalties against: Starke 30 Wlnkler'a receiving; Reddiaharunning Caroly Pevatt and .lene StarlIn. .

yd. .: Green Cove 43 yds. and Carl Johns' promise .

of becoming ne of the best all- Boys In service are Bobbie P

Une Improves. around high school players seen Fuer. Edw Shall, Don-

The steady Improvement shown In these partJI In a Neel while a
many a day. listing ',r..
by the Tornadoes
e throughout the themselves I
Phill1p who captained the aa employed were .
season reached its peak In this : Maurice
team. outklcked Edwards. Jr. ( '
every opponent "worklne
.. ....... ...... with
'fl bat flSiii aces blocking definitely for
to $50 In those initanceaC mlltrQT'! tne' AaventnrUluan Cove fumble as the halt ended. the Tornadoes met this season and father) and Billy Fao. I
47-0 I
Inflicted defeat the
a humiliating on upgrade. Major 1
the additional Church. Carl John. youthful Tornado cre4lt for averaged 43 yards (college calJ. Wth a com- .
was1 i on Starke, was held to a the team' wrealnS'
t1. iI She Is survived by her brother back, came to the fore In the progressively good bre kicking) In the final game puny at Cap )
scoreless tie In this seasons
- ,"siatance pa'l'Ol" through. I Wllllam Noegelof Starke: three counter. en- third quarter to pace the Tornadoes -I CAPTAIN JAMES' PVIIWPM goes In to Assistant consistent improvement with Green Cove. He and George Cue boy Edrdce Hayes, was 1' j

the Itate showed a net In- daughters Mr. Lulu .Jone. Lake with two touchdowra and who played his last game for Funderburk'a line. Coach Winkler were Starke' crack pair' repre aa doing post graduate )
the curtain down here After
In Octobr. .4 compared City Mra. .7. C. Downine. 3ara Ringing two extra polnta. Early In the Bradford High against Green Cove the tint three losing of pau receivers and with both BHa. 1\1,
M. Mixon. the night before Thanksgiving here last week Ills out of four, the of them this "
A. graduating
SePtember of U8.0iUI0 iota and Mr. third, Johns went down the field long range Tornadoes .prlng.

an 1 Increase of 7113 cuea. Fedeontrtbutlon. I I Gainesville: three acn. Ernest Coach Hobbs' c"argea admin'' In a cerise of lone gains for U. I punting and good pass receiving out of the dropped next six only and one did game fans are beginning to wonderwho'U New Auto Tags ti

were $2.0011.- No. ,'Tailah.SJSSS; Henry No.- tered a 33-7 defeat to Green Cove 20. 211 yar'Ls. calTyO the ball will make him one of the hardest lose a home not be around next year w

and State funds were $1.- gel. Cedar Keys and Joe Noegel.Starke Springs In a rough and tumble right on over for a touchdown men to replace on the Tornado Coach Hobbs game belIeves all seuon.that his take Hazell'. direct hits.Drew Now On Sale Here I

3425 to make a total of $3.- : one brother Frank Box came that at one time threat. and extra point. lIquad. charges won all had Reddish, another frl'&du.ate. -

48.30. of JackaonvtUe. and a sister Mn. ened to end a free for aU fight After the kick Vernon Crosby to them this they coming ,was high scoring .Tomado. The new 1i9 auto tags went

Bradord County .4i aged Becky Kyle Tampa. Feeling was at a high pitch, with Tornado back. Intercepted a pass Earl Howen scored Green Cove'aonly and no year alibi.and He has feels no regret. with 30 points to his credit and on we here Wednesday 1 the r th', I I

recelvect $18.800.150: 331 Funeral services ,were held Green Cove evidently smarting on Starke'a 30 and another series touchdown and also caught hl.e team' best defensive that carried the ball In at least half office of T Coilecto. A. f

dent chIldren euea received Wednesday afternOon at 2:30 under' its current defeat, having of long Iraln.. teaturtne runs by the pass for the extra point. .WU In the Montlceno performance ot the team' running playa thIs Knight' wh reported first day .,

30; and 21 blind penona o'clock at the Mt. Zion Church bested Starke 12.6 last year. A8 Johns Drew Reddish and Carl After the Kick Starke started game and its best Offensive In "&80n. .I" 'rsk". lit!'I

led U-n.OO. For September near Lake City with Rev. 1. D. the final whistle blew players Carter carried the ban to the a downfield trek and Haz..n'a tile final Nt.to with Green Cov. Jack Ilazen playing hIs tint Purchaser of the coveted No ;

r.rures were 4111 aged and Halnee of starke officiating' In. began to ..tanele" and apectatora. 10 yard line where Johns went pasa to Winkler was good for The nearest thing to a Tornado year ot footbaU accounted for 1 tae wu 8, A. Weldon while

2; 324 dependent eh11dren terment was In the Jolt. ZIon leaving the atand.8. started to over again for touchdown and 27 yards setting up the final 1 fiasco was the Palatka when some of the best high school Sheriff A 0.. Andreu obtalne4 '1 f1

and crowd onto the fielit Order waa extra came passing seen In these parts. and No.
11I.792:. an4 22 blind Cemetery under the direction of I point. I Tornado touchdown. Reddish ear- the Putnam IIlgh aggregatIon h 13.

!II Ind $848. DeWitt C. Jonea. quickly resorted by offlclaJa. how- Early In the fourth quarter ned Ute ball through the lt'fo : evJdenUy inspired by the dedlca-,, the(Continued tact that he has two more Die for obtllnl' the nn

on pace eIght) Ice.plates
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J will also attend tho Shrine Ceremonial Mr and Mrs: John Henry Hem- where one must stay, no matter \V. Thomas Starke: Lots 4 and ei[ Jas. .P. Johns, Starke to Corley 29. Twp. 6 So.. Range 22E. I '1 or -
!4H on Friday and Saturday. I Inpwny and children of Eliza- how strong his desire to move. of Blk. 2, West Pines Sub-Dlv., Johns, Starke: Lot lying In the I' H. M. White, Daytona Bench Div .Of :2 I of( Pe11't't.
Thanksgiving There are other blessingsfor Sect. 29. 6 So., I Sect to T. W. J t;; !
Local News Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Nasworthy. bcthtown. -N. C. are many Twp. Range 22E. Scorner of the NW1-4 of Attaway Starke: Lot. C. Alvarez ,,\lv. "t E
Mrs T. guests of Mr and Mrs. L. G which we are thankful, but --- -- -- ------- -- _atltlt u'('on ,
Mrs. II. B. Peyton -- to 5U
Hemingway there Is one which we probably I
H Owborne left Monday for Houston
and Mrs. B. A natley of don't think about as much, as we
tl Mr*. William Norris and daughter Texas to Join Mr. Ooborne
Atlanta Ga. will be the weekend should. It's the Idea of our
:Mrs. Cecil Price or Quincy over Thanksgiving. and Mrs Harley Thanksgiving and the
of Mr. purpose
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stern spent guests
spent several days of last week for which It stands. Those early
Strong. 'RBI
PIft) at the home of Mrs Betty NewbyIn Friday evening of last week with 1 In I Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd Americans I who originated I .''''''
Miami Shores. This week Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Worth Newbern where about three -'L,.?

1M Newby is the guest of Mr. and Gainesville and attended the Ga- were they attended In Monticello the family Sunday reunion tnrter Thanksgiving..ern ....11_...... ._ ,-s cen-.__4
tor Growl.
Mrs. Norris and accompanied and 89th birthday annlven
them to Jacksonville on Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Edward for Mrs J. E. ShepherMr.
,' ;,ti y u where they spent Thanksgiving and son, Bobby of Daytona party. and Mrs. James Del
ih In the home of Mrs. Nor- I Beach spent the weekend with Thanksgiving In Bruns\"
rls' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Mrs. Mae Edwards and Miss spent Ga. with Mr. and Mrs. J. .
and Mrs. Roscoe Bartley. They Elaine Edwards Dcaver. I

----- Mrs. R. J. Davis spent Th .
day of last week with her sor

---N-0-T-I-C-E--- law and daughter, Mr. and 1
II. G Davis Jr. In GalnesvlII
:Mr, and Mrs. Edward El

''Knk The Park Theatre of guests Jacksonville of Mr. and were Mrs, Guy week S t.; ..... .
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Judge and Mrs. E. K. Pel "f. .. -\

man and son, Comer, left Thj If'I: ,... .'.,'..<"; ,,d.'.:; ,,','-. ....'
morning for Miami to be' j.' \ ',?' ".
$ Accepts I day :, \ ,
$$ Suyles guests until of Dr.Sunday.and Mrs. C, 1$r.?..*.:.'

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Merchants Guest Tickets .. "W,'!""( .
TIIINOSVK: SHOULD BE -- .,'to. I'' .'t"I .
Every Monday Tuesday & .
I There are many thing! that \.,
are or should be thankful for .

Wednesday Until Further Notice Thanksgiving. First perhaps, ,
should think about this yet ; .':
I crops. At a time when we n c',

A. H. Carratt, Mgr. !I great quantities of food, our cr ..
are unparalleled In history .',
I'quantity and quality. Our t K "
: : supplies mean adequate sust
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ance to keep us healthy I : .

4 MOTORCYCLE RODEO strong. ;. '
r One of our greatest blessing) : .
True there Is conflict el (

I r flf, EgKw j.f. j. Sunday Nov. 28 -- Starts 2 P..M. of where peace.dimension and there In :which is a great we are d ,.;?;", "

.' k volved, but thanks be to Pr \. '11.0.',';: .
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dance we are at peace nd' ,: '
15 EVENTS : : "f ;
--- have the blessing of hope that I ': d : '"
peace will continue and that ot:: ;-\ .

peoples will find peace. ,1.,. .IV ':
r TRICK RIDING Freedom Is a great blessing. | ,. 't,. ',;
should be more cognizant tl .
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ever of the great blessing of fr ; I ,",,'
'I dom In view of the absence)! .'; -

+ Conway Airpark freedom In some lands. Here, ,' $.i. .,.. \ ,. .9." ,
Is free to to ,
man worship wr; ,," '}J", .
Starke Fla. to talk and to express hlrtu '
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as his conscience tells him, t ,,', ,.
Sponsored By Bradford Ramblers tie la also free to strive and \ '', .
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himself-mentally, physiC ,
prove 'J'
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r r" ly, spiritually, and materially.) ,)f( .'., ._
Here, a man may go where' ,o\\:{ .
r. I. he wills, without restraint. Ti. ..;. ;;; "." '", .,' \ ::.:': :

$ ANNOUNCEMENT are some places In the woW.C.T.U ":.">'t I'it.I'// [ t F'.1::': .

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W. S. SIBLEY ., .
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r Il' As Our Representative In The Starke Locality I LIABILITY INSURANCE

;r Uthough not compulsory It .:- : _
much safer to carry Llablll'
Mr. Bibley ranU your> farm, home, mirhnrhaii I '
Insurance.! I represent only o r' ; r ,'
+ KX Hlatlon stern. or other hwol__ LIST today, line reliable stork companl : ': ," .' ;'
i many cash buyers \valtliig! Your business will be apprel ...:: <', r! "
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Bon 163, Starke Fla. ;
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RADIOS17.50 to 259.95 Airplane -1 1.19 '; i &tewohsNN.sotr 7.98 One to 10.95 Third Values Off 2 PAIR FOR 3.15 Ladies Cotton 504' CIa to

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FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY ck<*rmac Beautiful eU or china and LEILA'SDRESS Ladies Kid & r iJ

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e ? last Issue of the Telegraph that on Tuesday morn-

f.;. supt Johns at the light and water plant received'
l a
( "? i uncll Chairman Levy Canova ,not to blow the whls- Mlttcidl Count P"bli"ation'stabltlfhpd! In IH7"
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automobile 'n. --
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ward the whistle blow since and the whole town II

', 1"U -hi, sound of a time signal or a Councilman to tart Is at a I ... .-,..; -.... 4 .. .._ _. __ -...--_. .........-- --. :. .... r .-- rr ..... ".....'.--.. FirecrackersMust
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; because town '. '" ,"" ''t -' : III., .. .s, .. :..t
again any without .
town '
|I'e III' a signal Wl>!s1 .... ,
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1 enforce such, we think Is In bad ) "
,oim"i! to condition. 4 "'
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a :+

'blowgna' ,, : i Stop '
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'ke Vt)tell 426 to 44 in" favor of blowing the whistle. Does the : ijh1 "
;'I. u i the recall.minoilty rule our town? It looks to me as though \\ 'l"I Mayor Proclaims x i

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( Signed) A Property Owner

,rdel to bring the above'writer up to date on the whistle ..it- r Mayor Jake P. Roberts stated .

the Telegraph/ Is glad to report the following facts: ., i_ yesterday that he has had numer1 1

ten .vhlstle, purchased by, the City from the Florida Ea"tRailroad ova complaints from citizens

e remains silent atop the city light and water plant about the epidemic of firecrackers

ft decision by the Council where to( move it and when that has broken out in townin
e jnginal ""Willie" has found a new home on top of the Hart. recent weeks.

I furniture & Novelty Co.. North Temple Ave, where It Is being "It's against the law to sell
when thla.was written) at 8
It was every day a. m
''east ?
,lat "em and against the law'to shoot
and 5p.m.
::1 I"m I 'em," Mayor Roberts said "andI
'OS loaned out by light plant superintendent Berry S.
t Illl have Issued
to the
Mr. Hartmann who asked for It
quest of when he
al, th) ee r n y? Ser'M.nf.r:. Y9..+h.a.lbY4rV e Wlu police department to pick all
"Ita'0"> to be disposed of. The present blowing has no up

;:Ion with the city and Is being done by Mr. Haitmann as a offenders.

factory el1 terprlse.I Mayor Roberts hopes that a

warning will be sufficient to curb,

Civic Clubs Honor Doyle Conner actually the nuisance having without to make the arrests.police

I urged parents to see that
their children do not have the

National Future Farmer Head Illegal firecrackers In their"pos

I session. lie also asks all merch-
ants to adhere strictly to the

I 1. ronner. newly elected for leadership as head of an organization law which prohibits their sale

.11, President, of Future of 300,000 progressive 1k

rl i America, was honored farm boys" Group Formulating 1
,subs here Wednes- Also present and Introducedas
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contributing to Doyle's success Plans For Improving:

:' 'i-otiirians: made him an were his father Leon Con S_ Athletic FieldCarl

r\ n .ether of their organ- ner, and V. FJ. Ferguson, voratlonal -
it their noon luncheon agriculture instructor at M s I II Johns was elected temp-

Wednesday 'night he was Bradford High School who or- orary chairman Monday night of

I speaker! at a" ladles eventb ignally organized the Future a newly organized citizens' ath-

[ thi Starke Lions Club Farmer Chapter here. letic association for the purposeof

iso building. Both trlb- Following his tribute to young promoting improvements to

Lre made In recognition oflior Conner Mr. Taylor spoke to the l I I the athletic field at BHS.

that young Conner hasJU club on the subject of soil con- Homes The committee will meet again
"Twister" Wrecks
't to himself and his com- ser'atlon.Vlth the world increasing the populationof by leaps Bavless Highway! Lawtey To Vote tonight (Friday) at the City Hall
at 7:30: o'clock to outline a planof
Lcntation and bounds, there will not be
of the honoraryrship
financing the Improvementsso
> in Rotary was madee enough good land left to feed) Southeast of StarkeAbout that the matters may be pre-
unless "wantonly waste All Set To GoJohn On UtilityTax
jllahasaee.Club by Supervising Phil S. Taylor In- everyone ful 'practises" are stopped, he meeting sented to next the School Monday.Board at Its

with the State Depart-
|Tof r Agriculture who ad- said.In the evening young Conner S. Slade of Lake City, 4 a. m. Wednesday mo ning, Nov. 24, a "twister" hopped skipped, and Jumped over the Voters In the regular City Selected to serve on the committee -

ld the Club at this meetingce addressed members of the Lions division engineer with the State Bethel settlement southeast of Sturke, almos demo'lshing one house and badly damaging four others. Election at Lawtey on December with Mr."Johns are I.. A.

of District Governor Club and their ladies on the Road Department told County Miraculously no 'one was hurt except Brady Colllni whose back was sprained when some flying objecthit 7 will Canova and A. J. Thomas, Jr., II
R. Governors subject of "Community Service". Commissioner E. L. Crawford him. decide whether or not a of Starke; O. J. Phillips and F.
li Bridges
was unable to keep his He praised the Lions. for theirsponsoring I I that work on the Bayless High- The two pictures at top show front and back v.ews of the Collins home which suffered the severest 10 percent utilities tax will b. R Carradlne, Lawtey; P. D. Reddish -
way will begin within the next levied for the of building ; llbronn; Carlton Chas-
of the athletic field purpose -
anent with the 'club here damage.: The roof was entirely, blown off and insl le sheetrock walla were practically torn away.. The
|eek because of illness in his i lighting project their donation I II conferred 10 days. Commissioner Crawford house was also blown oft Its blocks and pecan trees standing in Its rear were torn up by the' roots. a recreation building and taln, Hampton; Chester Andrews,
I of glasses to needy children and with Mr. Slade by tele- ; New River; Ralph Haxen, andZ.
r other worthwhile community ef- phone. Standing In front 'of. the' house Is Rev. J. E. Cloer who ,combines preaching with carpentering and was community ,_tel'. ,W. Hamilton, Brooker. C. 8Partin. .

lor, who has appeared many forts.' JI All deeds to the necessary rightof r one of the first to pitch in Wednesday morning and help his neighbor':repair the damage; Mr. Collins An ordinance authorizing the principal of BHS, will i
| speaker at gath-
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hoi long been JPFA'ar.qualnted Next week he will be guest way have been obtained with Is an employe of, the National Guard at Camp Blandlng and he and his family... staying. .In", quarters levying of the tax was passed by also- serve totb" the' committee

|Doyle through thWr'' -assoIn speaker at the Gainesville KU the exception of one parcel which' there uatll they can. rebuild. ,', the Lawtey City Council In Oate- to an advisory capacity.

the program and paid wants' Club and also be*on the' will be condemned ..Mr..c.._ i i tAt; lower left .is the Marlon-Olmon-home, almoit,obscured! by the huge.uaks. which were toppledover barn'' I but' subsequent presets lfdnpt mb.r 4f tbe.O..tmltte. ,
caused the
: Council "to rescind Its
(tribute to !"this outstand- program for the dedication of a ford stated. Most of the buildingswhich like tenpins. The kitchen'at the rear of the house was completelyttrnnolished and Mr. and Mrs. actton and vote to the are*urged to attend the meeting

sung American who now new livestock pavilion in South it was necessary to move Gllsson had to eat Thanksgiving dinner with neighbors because their' stove1 was also disintegrated. place tonight in the f City..Hall.
I question on the ballot. No funds .
have been ,
ch a wonderful opportunity Central Florida. I right of way. from the Mr. Gllsson Is shown above standing In front of one of the fallen .oaks. He was awakened by the twister I have ;yet been collected. under the

which sounded like "a roaring freight train heading forthe( hou e".< Report Reveals
Bayless highway a distanceof
I levy.Two
ford Floated Fire Chief seven miles, starting at the At lower right Mr. and Mrs. Fred Starling (ml Idle foreground) are seen spending a busy Thanks- candidates, O. J. Anders What GraduatesAre

New Pine Level Church on Route 100 giving repairing! the damage their home with the willing assistance of neighbors. The house was and David L. Shuford are seek-
and running northnortheasterlyto ( blown three feet forward off Its blocks and the roif and two rear rooms were torn away ing the office of Mayor now. held Doing: Now.

gural Parade Highway 16 near the State The front porch was also blown from the home of Mrs. Lizzie Lee across the road from Starlings'. by Incumbent' O. J.' Phillips, whole
Named For CityStarke's Prison entrance, will connect up not a candidate for re-election. Questionnaires mailed members
of the 1948 class
for Bradford with the Marshall W. graduating
ngements Lawtey-State Farm road City K. HammockIs
'.i float in the Fuller War- which Is also being hardsurfaoed.. Training, Session, > 1 Theo. SparkmanDied Business Men seeking re-election and Is.. opposed at BHS reveal ,that marriage; r

augural parade In Tallahas- new Fire Chief will be giving a 13 mile stretch of new For Cub ScoutersSet At Mandarin Asked To Attend by V. R. Reddish. nurses training and "Jobs" are') the u
who la at three most popular careers for
an.. 4, have been completed, Capt. C.V Pickett hard road.Bradford. Five candidates ,,
of Jacksonvllle's For Dec. 9 Farm Bureau MeetThe i are contestingfor girls. while college'' and service /
ing to an announcementay present in command County Is slated to get Theodore Spnrkman, a native
newest and most modern i the three places on the Council In the armed forces are first and
by Lex Green chair- 22 miles of new farm-to-market of Hampton died Sunday morn-
Jof r the county committee. Engine House No. 15: on Pearl | hardaurfaced road from the cur- The second of six training: ing at his home near Mandarin marketing next year of which will become vacant Jan. second In popularity among the

Izier J. Shaw sent a truck Street. Capt. Pickett will retire rent budget of the State Road sessions for adults interested in where he had lived for the past corn, strawberries, beans potatoes 1. They are L. H. Futch, present boys.Of

pllahassee Wednesday for from the Jacksonville Fire Department Department. In addition to the the Cub Scout program will be six months. Prior to his retirement and the discussion and stu- Council chairman, and H. C. Har- the 62 questionnaires mailedto 1

oat' to and on January 1 after 22 Bayless Highway, the Lawtey- held Thursday night. Dec. 9, at Mr. book. (members of the graduating
be mounted on Sparkman was a dy of other local farm market- ley, also an Incumbent member,
I furnish a driver on Inaug- years of service In that city. I State Farm and the .Brooker- 7:30: o'clock in the Church Service keeper.He class' replies were received from
Center. ing problems will highlight the H. C. Kelly, W E. Plummer, and
33.: Six
a day. R. C. Buford, who recently | Worthington projects are now is survived by two daugh- girls were married, six
under construction.The Field Scout Executive T. A. I Farm Bureau meeting tonight Sidney Shuford. were In training to become nurse,
I Creon announced that the resigned chief here has agreed ters Mrs. H. G. Fettle Jacksonville
.as Rowand III of Live Oak will -
conduct -
uill be I Road Department also received (Friday) at 7:30: o'clock In the Louis H. Hill, who holds the and six. were employed at various
in a straw- until Capt. Pick- I the sessions and all adults and Mrs J. Crutcher of
to stay on duty T.

I bids last week on paving I jobs. Four were attending college
motif by a professional courthouse, E. L. Crawford, Bureau lengthy title of Clerk, Treasurer
ett can take over In January. four mile of Road 18 and con- : of Starke are cordially invitedto Doctors Inlet; a son Jos. M. and four were simply "staying
Jitor in Tallahassee. attend. President' said yesterday.Mr. Tax Collector, Tax Assessor and
ford and Harold Glasgow BU-I structing three concrete box culvert Sparkman of Jacksonville; a home".

I mating will of the local com on duty at night while two new bridges between Hamptonand Cub Pack 70 now has 14 cubs brother, John G. Sparkman, Sr Crawford emphasized that Registration, Officer, Is a candi- Four boys were In colleges and

be held soon to ap- State Road 100 at Theressa.The enrolled and more will be signedup of Plant City; and two sisters, not only members of the Bureauare date re-election and has no universities three were

a method of selecting a firemen Henry S. Childress and low bid of $127,716 was sub- soon. The Pack H I sponsored Mrs A A. McDonald and Mrs. asked to attend the meeting opposition In the armed forces and serving

h i and float.her attendants to ride Edgar Wilkinson are on the day mitted by the James H. Craggs by the St. Mark's Episcopal Jeanette Roper, both of Jackson- but'all farmers and business men The new city officials take two stated that.they were holding only
Mr. Green said. will also leave Construction Co. of Ocala. |I Church. ville.
shift. Glasgow are urged to be present. office January 1. down jobs.

the department the first of the The
fare eight boys and girls listed

wincrease I year.Capt.. Pickett Is married and Tornado Record of 4-4-2 Better Than ExpectedWinding as Wells.attending Henry college Manasoa were, Clarence: Ernest i

his County has a 10-year-old daughter Carol Lou Vance William Smith. Minnie
Hazen. 'Jeanette
; Ann. He and his family will move I Priest. Ona
gher the 1918 football ... 13 Demorest and Iris Smith.
up and
yards Hazon's
maximum grants to Into the apartment over the fire ants. score. passto tlon of a new $40,000 stadium
and blind persons were rein season with a decisive 35-7 win Winkler was good for the extra completely outplayed the Brad- Girls who lept Into the sea
<1 public assistance pay- :, station the last of December. over Green Cove Springs on Nov. Starke's first score came in the point. fordltes. of matrimony before or soon after -

made through the Statere Capt. Pickett was In Starke 21, the Red and Gray Tornadoesof first quarter when Jack Hazen's But all in graduation' were: Marjorie
I all the Tornado
Board In' October but two days this week to get ac- BHS can look back over a pass to James Phillips was good Statistics1st record of 4 McKinney Conner, Edith Manning

the program Is based on quainted with the setup and tough campaign with a feeling for 50 yards and a touchdown.Try $.T downs: Starke II; Green tied, was a won vast, 4 lost, and 2 Ray. Lucie Barton White Marie
of the Individual not alls of satisfaction and say like the for extra point failed. Cove 12Pagans > Improvementover McKlnney Thomas. Mary Alien
equipment here. He stated that heads last' season's 3 won and 7
were increased. poet our are bloodybut Padgett, and Mildred
In the second quarter Starke I attempted: Starke 11: lost. Also in the matter Thomas
impressedwith total
favorably .
he is very unbowed" Kinard.
Eo Sparks who is Member picked up two points on a safety y" a Green Cove 9 points scored the picture
5 Welfare Board, said today the community and is lookIng In fact, the Tornado record of made possible by Phillips' beautiful q"d Passes completed: Starke 9; much brighter. This was the Joining the ranks of .working
many persons receiving pub- forward with pleasure to. as- 4 wins 4 losses and 2 ties Is a 60-yard punt. Earl Howell Green Cove 4 Tornadoes racked 121 girls were: Sharon Hall Joyce i
I up points
IMstance have the mistaken suming his new duties here. shade better than the 3 wins that who caught the ball for Green ; ,'% f fp4 Passes' Intercepted: Starke 3 to 89 for their opponents, while Ward Helen Adklns Blanche
w' ;
that the higher maximums I some pre-season prognosticatorswere Cove, was trapped in his own Green Cove 2 last season the figures were 70 Nazworth Mildred Mann, and e

effective October 1. meant willing to forecast. FlyingIn end'zone by Jack Eaves and Yds. gained for Starke and 182 for Annette ,Gunter
Rites WednesdayFor passes: Starke 170 opponents.The
the face of several encountersthat ;
mediate and Kenneth Grider, Tornado tackles, Those
automatic ,ln- I Green Cove 41 season' had In training to become
This Is were expected to be near scoring a for BHS. many highlights I
Mrs. NoegelMrs.
not true he .j Pass nurses are: Frances
'd. Each emI I routs the Tornadoes failed to suffer avg.: Starke 29 yds.; chief of which were Ha- :Morgan.
grant U made onsets Later in the second quarter Green Cove 10 yds. zon's passing, Odessa Thomas Norma Bennett
of Famle Noegel. 83. died a bad licking all season and Phillips' punting.
what the Individual Hazen tossed layout to Penalties Carolyn
a pass against: Starke 30 Winkler's Prevail and Ailene Startlog
receiving; Reddlsh'arunning -
at the held such formidable opponents
for morning I
basic living neces- early Tuesday George Winkler. which was good yds.; Green Cove 48: yds. and Carl Johns' .
Joe Noegel, is Daytona (Seabreeze), Palatka. promise
home of her son for 32 yards and touchdown.A of
-n where she had made her home Gainesville, and St. Leo to reason Line Improve becoming one of the best all- Boys in service are Bobble
additional Federal funds Green Cove scoring threat p around Frailer.: Edward
I high school players Shull and Don-
I 11 able margins instead of the 33-p. I'f The seen
made available, the State for the past years.Mrs. which took the visitors to Starke' 4. steady Improvement shown In these parts In aleS Neel while
"! native of 34.0, and 47-0 catastrophes tha .;: by the Tornadoes many a day. those listing **
Board Noegel was a throughout the
authorized Increas- last ear. Lake 20, failed when Parkhurst Tornado Phillips, who captained the themselves as employed were
the maximum Hamilton County and was a were experienced season reached Us peak In this team Maurice 4
grants from tackle recovered a Green outkicked Edwards Jr.
the team that last every opponent ("working
City, year
to game with
*::50 In those instances member of the Advent Christian Cove fumble as the half ended. blocking definitely the Tornadoes met this for father") and
47-O defeat season and Billy Faxon
the inflicted a humiliating ( on the upgrade. a
: f Major credit for
additional money was Church. on Starke was held to a Carl Johns, youthful Tornado the team's averaged 43 yards (college cali- working with a wreaking company -
survived by her brother back, to the fore In the progressively I'nodIIhowlnl' bre at '
She Is scoreless tie in this season's en- came kicking) In the final game Camp Standing. }
&lsistance' Payroll through- William Noegel of Starke; three counter. third quarter to pace the Tornadoes CAPTAIN JAMES FIIILLJPH, goes to consistent Improvement with Green Cove. He and George One boy Eldridge Hayes t
In ,
the state Mrs. Lulu Jones Lake with two touchdowns who played his last for Assistant Coach Winkler was
showed daughters and game were Starke' crack reported as
a net in- pairof doing
Funderburk's post
the curtain down here line. graduate t
In October, a. compared City. Mrs. J. C. Downing. Sara'* Ringing two extra points. Early In the Bradford High against Green Cove the After losing pass receivers and with both work at BHS. )
September, of 'Ut.OG1.i0 !IOta, and Mrs. A. M. Mixon.I the night before Thanksgiving. third Johns went down the field* here last week. His long range Tornadoes three out of four, the of them graduating this spring 1

8n increase of 7S3 cases FedCantributlone I Gainesville; three sons, Ernest Coach Hobbs' charges administered in a series of long gains for 14, I punting and good pass receivingwill out of the dropped only one game fans are beginning to wonder New Auto

were $2OGS-: NoegeL-Tallahassee; Henry Noe- a 35-7 defeat to Green Cove 20 25 yaMs, carrying the ball make him one of the hardestmen lose a home next six and did not who'll be around next year to Tags

and State funds were $1.- gel Cedar Key., and Joe Noegel Springs in a rough and tumble I right on over for a touchdownand to replace on the Tornado Coach Hobbs game all season. take Hazen's direct hits. Now On Sale HereThe '

k25 to make a total of '3-; Starke: one brother, Frank Box,; game that at one time threat- extra point. I squad. charges won all believe. that his. Drew Reddish another graduate ( i

a of Jacksonville and a sister Mrs. ened to end a free for all fight. After the kick Vernon Crosby to them this they had coming was high scoring .Tornado, new 1949 auto tags went

Bradford County. 449 aged Becky Kyle. Tampa. Feeling was at a high pitch, with Tornado back. Intercepted a passon Earl Howell scored Green Cove's and no year alibis.and lie has no regrets with 30 points to his credit, and on sale here Wednesday In the

I receIved ll8'800-5; 331 Funeral services :were held Green Cove evidently smarting Starke's 30 and another series only touchdown and also caughtthe his team's best defensive feels that carried the ball in at least half office of Tax Collector a A_ '

dent children cases received Wednesday afternoon at 2:30: under Its current defeat, having of long gains, featuring runs by pass for the extra point. ance was In the perform of the team's running plays this Knight who reported first day

i ; and 21 bUnd persons o'clock at the Mt. Zion Church belted Starke 12-6 last year. As Johns, Drew Reddish and Carl After the Kick Starke starteda game and Its beat Monticello season. sae. "brisk". f

r uii.1.00.- For September! near Lake City, with Rev. L. D. I the final whistle blew, players Carter carried the ball to the downfleld trek end Hazen's the final set-to with offensive Green In Jack Hazen. playing his first Purchaser of the coveted No. l t

1. were *51 aged and Haines of Starke officiating. Interment began to "tangle" and spectators 10 yard line where Johns went pus to Winkler was good for The nearest thing to Tornado Cove. year of football, accounted for 1 tag was 8. A., Weldon WhIle

; 324 dependent children was In the Mt. Zion leaving the stands started to over again for touchdown and 2T yards setting up the final I fiasco was the Palatka a some of the best high school Sheriff A. 0.- Andreu obtalne|

Ind :5.792: ;' and 22 blind Cemetery. under the direction of crowd onto the field. Order was extra point. I Tornado touchdown. Reddish car- the Putnam High game when passing seen In these parts, and hU favorite No. 13.
and $8..a. I resorted by officials, how- Early In the fourth ried aggregation the fact that he
DeWItt C. Jones. quickly quarter the ball through the Ue for I evidently Inspired by the dedica (Continued has two more Deadline for obtaining the new' I
page eight) license
plates Is Jan: 1Wi11ie .

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J !ifij Bradford likes to read the Starke paper t Gainesville spent the holidays Starke attended services at the I IASTI]
311j Telegraph
County !
rl Clay Hill and Clay Hill I have been send- LawteyMr here with her parents, Mr. and Methodist Church here Sunday tack 1

.l ; ESTABLISHED 1877 E. L. MATTHEWS OWNER.EDITOR ing her the paper for the schoolto 1.. ...-FutnY Mrs J. S. Eunice. They and Mr. and Mrs. L. 11. I. energy.0',",BolII lthouI\ ,?r. AIIII",,N';'N
.I I.t". f Ily I.ura DurlP.Iohr: read. She likes school. I have Will Edwards who is employedin Futch went to Hart Haven to tubes" and Ihru Ino Ir'lne blue< IIEIn!NIIwork. "
:k.. f Published. Every Friday and Entered M Second Ponou Nebr. word an Edwin Knight Is mar. Jacksonville spent Sunday here visit Mr. and Mrs. R. G. CrosbyIn I rlmor. IlIlck lunu.alert u'u t 10 Sup"h? .,
:, # :{ ill 3 Cla. .s Matter the Pout Office at s Starke Fla. . ried. I taught an Edwin Knight Wednesday of last week tbe with his family. the afternoon. ,oeUNhtn. ,and Side/nrUOUr Tbaatwq ,?
F 'q t A fine boy. All are fine In Highland Baptist and the Methodist etr mone IINDACO,tck Onnlh. dr"t.<<
The singing heart sees beauty Letter from Mrs. Carson Churches sponsored a community '.ar.o",
: ,'1 ::, MEMBER 1948 everywhere, Griffis. Always glad to hear from Thanksgiving service In the --
'1" ;tt 1 I I din sparrows huddled on the un my girls. A grand surprise from School Auditorium. The Rev. G
"Y; .> i : Subscription. $2.50 Annually $UO For Six Month sunned now. Mrs. Etta Fowler at Hawthorne. V. Lee of the Baptist Church hat a!
u", \... H..!.', When brlght-winged bird have Sent me three cans of turnip charge of the preliminaries and
w., ':;! I.\, _-- sought the warmer air greens. I ate one can at the first the Rev. Ballard Wilson deliverer HEY !

.:J:' :, 'rY I rl'i') :'!'ii.ili ':+ HUNK! Of winds southern never haunts blow., where sharp meal.have I some was nice so hungry letters for too them.I from. of the the message.Baptist The Church Junior rendereda choir I KIDDIES( !I

',i : d />fiit1.;: The Saturday Evening Post recently ran a lead editorial The singing heart finds Joy in other parts of Florida. Thanks lovely message in song.

\ l.1 i //1,1r,: '1\/1\:;:/ with the straightforward title, "Having More\ By Making simple things. girls. V. J. Rape of the School faculty -
;oj I, t, !t: Less Is Still Bunk !I" In it, it said: "It has become a commonplace In potted plants Upon the kitchensill Helpful Hints: Are your hands visited his father B. J. Rape In ISlDon't
'4':i Ii' ':; : tt with politicians that every American has a 'right' to a rough sometimes and snag your Valdosta, Ga. during the holi
That sheltered catch the warm hose? Mine were and I got out Forget
'' i' 1 good house, or a 'right' to inexpensive medical care, or a days.Miss The
,'' ",. .i' Vii\' 'r lrht' to a standard of living represented by a salary of gold mornings brings my cotton gloves, put them on. Elithe Collins spent the
While garden blooms are walledIn then put my hose on. It worked at her home in Gaines-
.' 41: .t.J t x k:t $5,000 a year, or a'right' to 'the good things of life at prices holidays
: winter chill. To remove coffee stains from
: .t t ville.
'J1' ... he can afford to pay'' ,
: ti. cups rub with a damp cloth and
,'\ ; ; ] ti three hundred would be The singing heart Is only stilled Among the college students GainesvilleChristmas
lUtd'i( .il "People years ago mystified by baking powder. Will remove tea who spent the holidays with their --
a generation which expects to enforce the right to a high by grief stains from glasses too. Add a
: ,\, standard of living by closing down the nation's coal mines, That hate restless and strife men must stir up teaspoon of sugar to the roast cite parents Wainwright here were of Miss the Margur-Florida

,';; II>, ) :J -rai'roada! packinghouses and automobile plants. Capt. John And by the sword, reject the when browning. Gives the gravya State University and Phillip Shu-
i { \f;; :Smith's:; bustling workers and the settlers in equally 'reac sweet belief nice color. ford. Paul Dlnkln., Ernest Wells,
11.I' tionary' New England would not have understood how people That love should be our golden My canary sings so sweetly Buster Browning of the University FestivalAll

:,>ii .',)I...2 !; ; could have more things by producing fewer" force of life. chicken these days.pen A and dog broke carried in my my of, Florida.
; "'jt."y Fa \; The philosophy of less and less work for more and more Mrs. Bill Plummer and little
',; "i For three days we were enow I rooster away. I got him back and daughter Ida Lou were the guestsof
: p f money is the most: iniquitous thing that can happen to a bound. For about 43 hours the put him under the back porch Mrs. Plummer's mother, Mrs
>r 1 ;; ,9 I:;: country. Every real gain made in living standards is the wind raged whirling the snow where he crows and crows. I J. C. Cone In Brooker last Fri
''' result of greater efficiency and increased production Otherwise and tearing at every loose object.It know he Is lonesome Digger Is
.,\\fi.. '1 i.'f M1;,,; I all the wage increases must simply be offset by higher whistled around the corners well and happy. Soon be Christmas day.Mr.. and Mrs. Clarence Melton
$:''t Wf.iWi ;' t' prices which is just another way of saying that inflation and as darkness fell the snow I am already singing "Jingle and family of Starke attended Day SaturdayDecember
\ :" '. becomes inevitable. heaped high on roofs and fence Bells". There have been several church at the Baptist Church last
;t I posts. Our lines were all down sleighs coming into town this
Sunday and were dinner guestsof
!r" Even worse, the philosophy: of producing I less and earn-
telephone and power. We were heavy snow. God bless you all. Mrs. Futch.
'/. ; ine has led to dependence the which Joyce
; more a on government
without lights for 52 hour The LOVE LURASunnybrook
Rev. E. D. Boyer and Mrs.
,,\, i. : 'JI prior generations would have regarded as disgraceful. Millions furnace Is run by electricity, our Jewell and of Tam- 4th
,''ax;; '/! : tJr':rr. ii of people seem to have come to the conclusion that the radio, and refrigerator. Even our . pa were Royal guests family of Mrs. Fred 1

\'V:. r I : principal function of government is to provide cradle to the water was shut off. Had I not Moore last Friday. .
,fit J.: f, ;}J xrave security that its job is to stand between the individual been able to see adventure in such Paul Dinkins who is employedIn
Ji l 1 ; circumstance, I believe life would Free Kiddies Picture Show 9 to 12
4 TM: j and every conceivable economic contingency. That Mrs. O. E. I I Brunswick, Ga. spent Sunday am at the
1't : '" s !If / i is the attitude that makes dictatorship possible. It was theM have been unbearable. However, . .Crosby. I here with his family.
? 9 which Hitler I got out the kerosene lamp, I Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wyrick and
I'I'I selling point on and all the rest of Florida Theatre
a' ;'.4. JJ;4 the modern tyrants came to power. And it is now approaching lighted, and a gas melted stove snow in for the water.Of bathroom -. Birthday Party Miss Elizabeth+ Terry were shop-

', : : t 1 to control everything and the individual is turning out or come in so we were really a number of her friends day.Mr.. and Mrs. John Brown and
"p l'' into a cipher. shut off from the world in gen with a welner roast Friday nightin Parade 3
: 'lfiWI 1"' eral.I. honor of her birthday. Miss family were Sunday guests of Mr. Big at p.m. Featuring Santa Claus Frei
I In this country, the labor unions have been major offenders Ward received lovely gifts and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt Jr. In ,
M f.P in the idea that cooked the turkey for Thanks many Waldo. '
developing a higher standard of
and about 75
', 11 16) j I, living for the masses of people can be accomplished without giving and set the table In grand Joyed the evening young with people her. en- Robert McLeod of Jacksonville Candy, Floats, Bands and School Units
. \ i' '" 'I doing a full day's work for a full day's pay. In some fields style; put an extra plate with visited his uncle and aunt, Mr.
,', : that illusion has reached scandalous proportions. And that silverware, and pretended we had Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Crosbyof and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard, last

j ;:, .r.j' )" 1 in the long run, is the sort of thing that produces depressions. 'Thanks company.and I Husband said a and prayer I ate.of I Orlando Palatka enjoyed and Bule Thanksgivingdinner Crosby of Sunday.Jack Bales of West Palm Street Dance at 9 p.m.

q, :Ir! The men who built this country, and developed the most Our company could not come. I with their parent, Mr. Beach spent the holidays here
I; i ,', nearly perfect system of government ever conceived, knew have plenty of turkey today. I and Mrs. C. C. Crosby. with his family.Arthritis.
I o ; that the only way to perpetuate freedom was through vigilant also hung the Christmas wreathesIn Rev. C. A. Crosby and H. B -. Special Window Shopping Prizes
'I''t tj \ \ and independent people. They didn't run to the government the windows. From now on Kelly of Miami spent the Thanks-
; t; I"" for help every time something went wrong. And they didn't I t will get ready for Christmas. giving holidays visiting relatives Pain
"b\ ( r work on the theory that the less an individual produced the The snow was about a foot deep they returned to Miami Sundiy. '
For aulok, .
and in some places drifted to dallfhtfullr comforting h ,"t ,I"" more he should have. It's time we again looked the facts of several feet. It Rev. Wendell Witt of Deland aolMa and aalna of Rh.umatUm, Artb''''', -RememberThe -
( j has never been so ".urU'".bimbaca Sciatica, .
;l';1; irs' life in the face, and learn that the only real "rights" are very cold. I got my print dress filled his regular appointmentat K.mlB. ...Work through the blood or Nraralf Firm doss try
Ift i, those we earn. -Industrial Florida done for to cook Thanksgiving Corinth Church Sunday morn- vork.tuoaUr anjoy Marti ills sIl.rlatln8 and sleep marl pain eomrortably.O M you can. Stores will be open all day
-r ; dinner in. I like my new pattern.I ing and evening ., Bainhid. ai diufgUI today. Quick, eora-
J1 i Mrs. William U pl."fatUtactlon or mealy back|uarant.M. until 9 Featuring Christmas '
have ten letters from Clay Crosby confined p.m. .
.j' 8 Hill. I have such fun reading to her home this week witha v
Phone 52-J 1'
'jgy' h. I l I. i'PwP I' \Y.DEE SERVICE them and in fond imagination I badly Infected leg. We are gladto Specials.
:..: W. VOL10W .,... no. hire Hartmann4'ANNIS ,walk down that road again from know It Is much better at this
t! -I he: school house cross the timber time.A. J
bridge and walk beneath the number of folks gathered at
i 1 : :\ stately moss draped oaks, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd ..
: HAS front of the Hester chicken farm.I Crosby Sunday afternoon andj enJoyed Merchants Division

; l always imagined I was in fairy. singing.
IT" land with the moss gently waving Many of the farmers spent the
1:1: wand-like over my head. Along Thanksgiving holidays grindingcane Gainesville Chamber of CommerceCocaCola .
CONCRETE BLOCKS the fence I could see the holly and killing hogs.
I < I trees red with berries. Flocks of Mrs. Betty Cain and daughter
Itauly Ml* Concrete Builder Hardware birds new Eddie Faye and friends of
by me, glad they were
: J
'i : : 1 MOAt Everything To .ulld. Repair or Remodel In the South for the winter. I ville spent Thanksgiving Gaines-I

: ': : ANNIS BUILDING sang as I walked sang with a :Mrs. Cain's parents .
ttt j ,". SUPPLIES Inc. light heart and a thankful heart Mrs. O. E. Crosby who were killIng Consult
Ut, ; I 'f! M34-1P48 W. Main Street South I was In the sunny Southland. Be hogs' The Crosby children" US
.,, I ; f Phaoo 211 *18 GAINESVILLE:! p. O. Box 62 glad you are there. Mrs. Louie all assembled together for the Follows
J;.., Carter had been shopping In first time In over a year. About about Automobile
Jacksonville. She bought new fifty of the family were presentfor
things for her beautiful little dinner. Imsurtllince.
grandchild. Louie her husband Don't forget Sunday School at
I 1 R. B. ALVARE8 & SON TRANSFER AND ,went north deer hunting and got Corinth every Sunday at 10:15: Thirst
( {;, \ STORAGE CO.W0 his deer. He also,went fox: hunt-I and B T. U. at 6:30 every Sun Charley E. Johns I Everywher\\
\ l., ;. Ing. Mrs. Hester Starling Pad day night. Everyone Is welcometo
'itl( : "I'! + gett has a new baby girl. She was come out and worship with us. AgencyPhone T ....... fc* -
r I operate local one of my former pupils. Congratulations . . 13 STAIIKE, FLA. {!ff./i
: : (I. l.'i. ,RB.lLVREZeSON & long distance. to her and husband .
l,1! 'If I j Harry. Uncle Llsh\ Lang has been
: "If 1 ,;. ;J MOVINf I anywhere In the real sick but Is better. Dr. Brin- BethelBy ,

'i'Ju, t .II!! U. !H. Also haul- son came out to see him and told Mr. E.V.. Allen aprMnting TRAVELERS, I ,
THE Hartford
j. h '" him to quit working In the garden -
\ c; 'I! O ii\K In Stnrk City Earl Schaffer from Jackson- (

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fi''tif\' t ill! !- r LlmltI ... ville was visiting relatives and The tornadoe which struck here r <-
... ". ,1'.' I : f his grandfather Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday, Nov. 21, about 4 a. ,
\ Agents For Falrcloth butchered last week. m. tore up the home of Mr. and CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
f ': 'It> ,rwM, Mrs. Bessie Strickland was mak- Mrs. Brady Collins, tore. two I
.;1 DclcherBros. I ing soap. All are fine at Luella rooms off the home of Mr. and
"I', ;, See us first! Austins. Harrison Mosley has a Mrs. Fred Starling the porch
', "> ::4\tP.t.\ ''f> "I > '... .. new horse named Dollie. Theyare off the home of Mrs. Lizzie Lee.
.I II busy hoeing strawberriesthese and did damage to the homes of E
1f I f days. Harry Mosley's baby Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Glisson and
1 Edison Glisson. Fortunately, no i
one wall badly hurt, although Mr. ,
Ip I Collins' back was sprained when
something hit or fell on him.
'I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Allen and
;> Grocery family were Thanksgiving guests I
i .ai t Olustep.of Mr. and Mrs. St. John in ,, ,, '1i

r F i Mrs. Odell Jones and children
& left last week for an extended _
visit with her parents In New
CORNER Orleans, La.:
STARKE Mrs. Evle Johnson and grand. PHARMACIST
Market *
CHERRY son Connie Glyn of Jacksonvillewere '
.1.1rSj FLORIDA Thanksgiving guests of Mr. Phone 64 STARKE -
and Mrs.: D. D. Woodward
On-the-Jliniit Service
Mr. and Mrs. Brady Collins have
I SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY, NOV. 26 & 27 moved to Kingsley Lake. We wish DAY & NIGHT
them much happiness In their
w home. .... ..
new "- .
NOW IT'S IN STARKE TOO! ._ u.__ __ ______ ____ .

c INTEGRITYof conduct', and dealing with better y -i--. t

thoughtfulness!' and economy in all our A

SUGAR 5 lb. 2 serving-these. mark tie reputable

Factory Pack 1 quality of this well*' known firm.

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.1 ; ; t We Have Many More. Bargains For This Week! AMBULANCE Funeral Director SERVICE Y--r- Y s ,

Be Sure To Get One Of Our Handbills BEFORE I offer Our conveniences local available.W funeral. and home enables services us nototherw'sf f. .24-Bottle Casiiloo

it ti yo"r.lorrUD
i 1..l I $ plus deposit-at
You BUY! furnish the higher: type service at the lowest price art
accept ANT life Insurance policy force.: Issued by ANT eon "NOli AUTHOIUY
pasty a* payment In part or In full on a funeraL ConmilUUoacArrtea STARKE 0' THI COCA-COIA COMPANY 1'1

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(, IG11T11' JIU; T CIAL1fI OF A. z. SSSSSZ Jr.Florida. I'll 'lftTIT C01'NT.. \DFOHtl at Starke Florida thla NovemberUFFICIAL I'll CINCflT ('01 HT. BH \nFOHIItKBV 1'1 CIRCUIT rorHT.OI"VTV. DRAnFORn Bv Haven Croshy. Glenn T. KIl.rts. whoa .....Id.DO. ,\
t: A'U MOIL 0..0- Attorney far Fetitionera COL'r Y. ". FLORIDtt 1'\1' IIAfFR .I 16. 1948. 'I'1I, FLORIU.t. IV l'Hih. <' FLORIDA. IV CIIA.VVassle John J. Henderson Esu.. !st: Aug u. and address last known In 1991 !St.! 'IFLawrence :
,NCKIIY 11-19 4t 12.10 ) A..J. Thomas, tine.
C'K.IY. Florida. I
t ,'I" I'OF ED. Arden Waters, Plaintiff v*. Cecil As Clerk of said Court. John \\. Oarber, Plaintiff y". Eunice Phillip MoodyFlalntlff I vs. Atty. for Plf... 11-8 It 11-26 Htreet Beloit Wisconsin!
\'Tll'S! NTO:4. "!'.rkln"' Waters IJofvndunt. Can I Ry Haven Crosbv D, ('. Amelia, Uarber, Defendant. Case Halter! Moody Uefendant.: Casa No.: Vou ,are hereby. required to appearon
I December 8 1018. In the abovenamid
:IIOTIC.lNOTICl'1 No. 6909.ORDER! H. O. Hrown, /ftarke, Fltt.. No. 6173 6921. :;; .
1gKTP' FLIIgDTTIK OF PPBLICATIOVAND I ( Atty. tor Plf 11-19 4t 12-10 iv (,11111'1' ( HT. RRDPORII4'1)5'r Court and cause wherein
: "' IS HEREBY (LIVEN T 0,I : ORDER OF PrnUOATIONA.l oui>Kit OF rrm.icvriov A.VI: > '', .'I.ORln'l1 CH4An'nat'rlle '\ plaintiff seeks divorce BrAdford
: 'Iiii.tUYNiNTON, : AI.I WHO IT WAV rONCKUN: NOTICK TO APPEAR NOTICE; : TO Al'l'I\lt AU'l'IVN7'l'1)' ...PI'KAIlSTATK ('.;11\' County Telegraph shall publish this 11
t1lYlai 11..1, .tltlre... I. unmnpnra That all debtors and : i.f,I STATE' OF FLORIDA to: Cecil iv' <-iHrtir (0' ..'r. ISIS \KOHI) STATK OF FLORIDA to: John W. OF FLORIDA tot! Tlrown Kllvrts, Order In next four weekly. Issues
,,, n'F't' the estate of EI Perkths IVatere whose residence Ie COIM'l. F'I.onln'l IN tH\\-:'\ Oaths. whose residence l In Wuynesburo. Walter Moody whose residence Is ,.... Uli>nn '1'. Kllerts, Defendant: Plaintiff. Witness my hand and official
In that file their chime aKiilimt the I KSIM" ,,; unknown. S'1:111': VIi-Rlnln.'' Lurk. now: Case No. n2A.OIIIIKH seal at Nrarke, Florida this. NovemOFFICIAL -
1) I"llng In the duly sworn to. with| )the CmYntv'Judae i J You are required(J to appear on Rue"Ie Mae Cooner. Plaintiff v... You ore required to appear onneipmlirr Vou. are hereby. required. ti> appear OF I'i'.UI.If'1..n'\i. ,%M> her 5 1948. .
I ale ,h ,lnhth Judicial of Hertford County F) "irtiiiv i Dnc.'mber" 20, 19U. in the abovetinnied "'..nl Slla boner Defendant.. Cane 27th. 1948! In the above ,on December 8. 194$. In the above \OTII'F3 1'0 Al'l'l-:All. ( SEAM A. aid ..
i ipxl for Hrsdrv on or b..fore ..I"hl .." I Court and cause, wherein .So. 8994! : named 1 Court and cntise, wherein named. Court and cause, wherein' STATK OF FLURID.tut Aa Clerk of Court
!"Fi"1" ", wherein tlr..t publlc".n ot thl..hNVl'ft'I[ or I plaintiff seeks divorce. Pradford OHf>Jon: OF PlnilCATIOV:' Plaintiff\ swka divorce Bradford plaintiff seeks divorce. Kradford I : I
wife, Pauline I the came will be barred by StatItra., County Tclfttrapli shall publish! this AND I NtlTU'K TO APPKAlt: County' Telegraph shall publish I this County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder 1t.'J '
I'd' ',i. adoption of of Limitation. Order In next four weekly Issues. $TATI': 1110' FLORIDA to: Paul Order. I In next four weekly \IHSUKM. In next four weekly Issues. I tl.! __ __ -_Jf h_ ._ ._ _
IlKiiton that I\\'ltt C. Jones Admlnlstralor.I Ultnvss my hum! and officialseal nllari i'ooiivr, whoHa residence i I. Witness. niv hand and official. seal Witness my hand and official
li.fr'Ij.h ,\, Stiiartto Den 11-10 H 12.10 at v[flrP. }Florida this Noe'vember unknown. at Stiirke: Florida, this November seal at tstitrke, Florida. this November
illd of the mild 15. 1 (OFFICIAL SHAD A. J. Thoman, December ( RK\t.) A. 1. Thomas .
and that the S7th. 194S In the above (1O 8KAL) A, Thomas
,.,I r nci" Ind, the pnstofn'"I'1' -, : ('lil'("1'Ir (011rr1 1111 \I)FOIIIIc.Jiv AM 1 I'lel-k, of said Court. named" Court and cause, wherein. A< Clerk of said Cuurl. .I..ICIAI.A. Clerk of sold Court Claus
said Harry 1' FIniadys .01IlU'1 I" ( II '''II. Haven (Cruelty l D C plaintiffKeeks, divorce Kratlford Hy Haven Crosby, n. C. Tiy Haven Crosby n. C.
r'" '. 'h'inkni>wn to petl- I I.1. J. ThnnuiH, Jr., Stark: .. Fla. County Telegraph. shall publish this H. o. Hr and that there [ M. I'lirrlxh, Mnintiff v. ,I for rif. n-19 4t 12.10 .irder In next four weekly iHMtieM.VltneM Duncan Jacksonville, Fla.Attys I Jacksonville, Florida,
fl'-"',"" n. In the State" Roy 10' Parrish lIef..lldllnt. Cane \ .. my hand and official seal for rir. 1I-S8 .,r 'I' ',, 're of a sumr No. 8968. at Starke. Florida, thin IUh uf November. I, ComingTo
..anh! ll .j"' m whom would ORDER OF PlIfIT.I'ATIO-:: i\' <'inn'IT roi HT. Hiiti'Fonn 1948.OFFICIAL IV ('IIIC'II'r ('01 MT. lilt 'UI"OJIU '
Karri" Uradv Benton AND NOTICE To \l'l'I:An C'OI1"\ ', Kl. ltlll\t. IN' illN.Doro'thv ( < SKAL) A. J. Thomas' ('|), >'!'), Fl.0ltlll\% tllf- iv rmrtip ro H'r. nn\i>FomOINTl. > .t..t.e
11!,d. >rdered to ape C.t:1I". of HUM Court. KKHYAlldrev: : (' KI.OHII. \. IV' tllNllerman -'
I''"! ., ,>n or before Parrishwhonel r'eeldeoceeits"yun| : O. Dirge, Plaintiff. VB..Michael Hy Haven Crosby D. C. Hit,1..11. Plaintiff ,.". Kenneth 'KIl 1'. Town!
.Id ,< neiTtnber A. T>. known. ; DlrKa. defendant Case No. John .1. Henderson, KHII., St. Augustine Kiultll, Jiefeiulanl.' Cns No. Rootle, Plaintiff vs. Lu- I
dRI I h. aUegntlons of You are rminlrcrt, to I 9904.11ttI Fin. 6'.188. ,.'11.. Foster lh>otl.., Defendant. Case 'I
..r' '\\1"" taken 0,1, number 20, 194. |In the Bbov" 'l R OF PtTBLICATIOV:- Atty. for Pit. 1.26 4t 12-17 OHHKTI: OF Pt'HMCATlOV- Ni>. A92Boititiou. I
named Court and' [ <..IIuMe.'h..r..ln I I AND NOTICE; TO APTKARSTATK ANn: NOTICK TO APPKAlt : OK P'I..IC'1'IO'\i AM \ has sent advance irorrf
HlrtMl, that this plaintiff Meek divorce. Bradford : OF FLORIDA to: Michaelnirga rmrrrr' C'O' It'I'. mi IDRORU STATK <'W 10'1.011111.10: Kenneth %' <>'i'it K TO AI'IMUSTATK c
II h week I'tMinty Telegraphshall whoxa residence In % Slkor- C'OI >T1, Fl.Oil Kadell, whose resldenct* 1 Is unknown.Vim 01* FLORIDA totI.nelle : [to HAKLKYF. STRONG '
,1 I .ne'e enc : :: publish this sky Aircraft (Corporation, BridgePutt. 11)11 lll1 Foster lI"nlhwho..... residence ;.
1 In ,
It ,itlv weeks IIIin Order next four weekly |mattes. 'KltT.lndsiiv' \. ore reiinlreil to appear on
Witness hand and Connecticut.You December 27. 1MH! In the nbovnnamed and address, last known Is I in select* t
Telottraph my "ffl,11I1 M. Jarvis Jr. Plnlntlff. vs. leading Jeweler to ,
) I/our come ,
tn onDtecmlier C.
.. are required appear Charli-ston S. .t!
420' Meeting Ntrnet
ml circulation "I' at "tark" Flurlda. tills No.v"rnh..r Mary tlwyn UllrHiith Jarvls' Uefenilunr. .o..t> and cause, wherein ,
il ,'ounty.o'inr.- 16. I 04H.OJo'FIClI n.tiTUMl, Court, 20." anil 19n.. panne.In ,the wherein above Case tin. !'7OKI ). plaintiff seeks divorce. You are hereby. required, to appear hove gift and lay it with a small deposit I
i ( SHAM A.T Thunmi., >KH 1 ('9' PI'UMPATIOVAXH << CDIIIIIV Trleirniph Chit ll pt 11..1\I 'mi l December (6 I 1D4H 1 In the away
plaintiff oek* dlvnne' ami reetoritlon .. l>rdi'r.. In next four weeklv \named' Cniirt and PIIUBO, w h..r..lnIh.lntlff
thisA. As
Klnrldn 1< 1 I'lorJc nt 'alil rnrt",, t nf maiden Urndford NOTICK 7 (1 APl'K.VIlSTATR :
name ,. seeks divorce Uradford
n 194*. I Hv haven, Or'.shy'. I" "cM. (' thisOrder 01- FLORIDA toMary; ANItneHs inv' hand and until he arrives.I3 .
1 nun) Tnleitrnph hnil publish I tills November County T..h."l'h! shall publish this
\ J. Thoinns.iirt K. P"'ry111/1 8tarko Fin riwvn Ullreuth Jnrvlsvhose residence nt Siarke. Fl'irldn
II n next foui weekly Isettes.11'Itn.e lu next four weekly Is"riseS'ttnees ,
Bradford, Atty. for 1'lf 11-10 4t 1210lSr 01\1 and address.. IM: 310 10th'', 23. I'mOFFICIAL' u'.r' '
mhand and official officialipul -
I <: Street, North WUkesboro. North! ( StAL' .\ .T. Thomas, \ MM h'"l1l1,1' -- -- -'- -" 6t.
.._- ..., _.--- Carolina.: : I I \M Cleric of said Court.I at sniiki' .', Florld.i. this No\oin-;
You nre required to III'IWllr' onOivember 1 Ttv llnx.ii <*rost>v. I>. C.nth \ her I I. 1H4OFFICIAL'
27. tM8 In I II.. above.'' / M.' Hi 'UKliiH. Mi.--SOT' Lynch ( SK\1.) A..T Thomas. o NOT FORGET !
AP FOR YOURdforite mimed Court and rniiMrvhiri>liiplnintlff lildtr., ksunvllle.; : : :. Flit: I A; "cli-i-U, "t' IUd I ( "" .t.BACKACHE
/ / seeks illvorce I HrxilfiirdiViunty 1 Atifor Plf 11-21)) U ja-17

:: : :: Telegraph shall publish 1 : this'onbr 'I -. I ._...n-- .__.n ______ _.._ __
In next four week Iv Issues.Vltness IN' (1111'1 I 1'1' ( 1'1 u .. 'III'U."UIU
\ niv hand I ami" nrfli-lul si a1) I 01 Nit, ri.OHHl IN llltNLi -
Brands of nt Siarke' Florida, this November j tl; l You will find at our Store the- most complete
Food 21. \94S ,, .le'Teniih's' | irlltxn 1 rd. PlainIff.! vs. for quirk comforting help for Backache
( .\I.V ,\. J. Thomas, Rheumttlo Paine Oettlni Up Nights strong !election Watches Dresser
Lamar Hllmt.iid 2-lets Rings: Compacts -
.lullux l
VF'F'ICL1TAs Clerk of Mold Can 'n. $"159.OltnliIt nhutt.I, cloudy mine. Irritating p......... Leg runs, ?, ,
My Haven Crosby I>. C. OF '.\ eliclei under eyes. and swollen ink las. due Sets Men' Gifts of all kinds also
A. 1. Thomas, Jr.. Stark, Fla.Atty. .court'l I AMI I .NUT1CH i TO Al'l'KAIl I to non-orginlc. and non-syitemle Kidney and Ii( ; complete!
for I'lf. 11-26 4t STATR OF FI.OHIDA::: to: JuliusLnniar I Bladder troubles. try Cy.t.>. Quick. complete I
r Sunny field PAN CAKE MIX, 11.' oz. pkg. 14c Illliiard, whoso. residence atlitutlon or money Beck luaranteed.' Ask 'for your lady, and all members of your family.
IV' C'III'or ('0I IIT. III \I>FOIII) In unknown. I Tour tfrui> t lot CyHex today.. I l
tOIN'I'l. FI.OIIII{ l\ I You are required In nppear on Gifts to suit every fastidious taste for any
I'KIIV.rii.rne: CII"-I'December 27 1'MS! 111 lll" llbovs II
,ti;lit Sunnyfield BUCKWHEAT MIX 1'i' oz. 17c I I'tIJ Inllle, Plaintiff ,.... rxtelleKnllle named Court" and l muse, wh..1111.I.llIlIft r ; I occasion.
Defendant. Ca.o No. 6S2II \ ...eks divorce and restoration ;
::11": of mnlden name. Krudfnril
shall. publish. this vsr
OIIDKR OP PfnLICATrOVAND County Teh-irraph"
:' NOTiri-3:; TO APPK[ \R Order. In next four weeklv Issues.Vltness .
I STATR' OF 1'-I'-I-OHIOA: Ilste. \ my bund. anil official sealnt to
Louie, whose resklenct. In unknown. Starko, }Florida t Ihls\ NovemberOFVlCIAT. ,
You are required tu appear on
December' 27th 1941 In the, above ( ) Clerk of .1. Thomas.As a 0 SAVE AT HOME
named, Court find cause: wherein said Court, J JLet's
plnintlff seeks divorce. Bradford 11V Haven Crosby, D C.Xaoh ..
Ann Page County Telegraph shall publish this H. Doiittlas, ROS-607 Lynch iw
n Spray Ordtr In next four neeklv) Issues.Witness Hld"'.. Jacksonville, Fla." keep our money circulating in
berry Sauce - 17c Salad Dressing, pint 31c my hand, and offb-lal Atty. for Plf. H-2U H 12-11 :
seal! at 8Iark Florldn, this November our own community I
isth. 194S. roller. mi titroiiuOINTl
No. 2 Can Ann PagePeaunt (OFFICIAL SKAf.J! A..1. Thomas, iv "lltf'ITI', FI.OIIII I I"11'-
As Clerk of soil Court. .
[pefruit Sections 15c Butter, 16 oz. 35c P.V Haven Crosby n. C.Hollis Maittme'l 1' Hollhan 1 KlnBT." Plaintiff lrti Your local merchant has your each
V. Knight Starke, Fla. ., Defen
vs. tieortce. Charles I': King and need.
AU. for Pit. 11-28 4t 12-17 No. 8987 every
Ann Bunt CIIBB rl
Dole PageSandwich

apple Juice - 17c Spread, 16 oz. 31c NOTICK TO APPKAIlSTATH [ .
( ,
you BKTTOBACCO OF FLORIDA: (leorireCharles
I n. King whose residence. F.
lona Ann PageTomato ,. Is: I Kevstone. Valley Farmysox' 1' 1 Harley Strong .

& Beans 3 for 25c Ketchup, 14 oz. 19c StlD BUY I l'eiinHIvnnla.S'ou are "required to appear onneerntber
: ?w1a above
27, 1IMX, In the 137 W. Call Street
L th. s..4 In torh. 'named Court, unit l cause, wherein
lona GoldenSweet; seeks divorce" and restoratlon -
lona plaintiff'
Tob.ece 1510, / uf "maiden name. head, furd "Gift Headquarters' Jewelry"Your
Ik & Beans, 2 for 23c Corn, No. 2 sz. 15c aam Packag. :- County Teliaraph.' shall publish this. STUART'S
Order In ne\t" four weekly Issues.Witness t

Ann Page Per Cans J 102!> Oz. lona st K'arke! ., niv Florid hand,and this official:November. seal, CYCLE SHOP Dollar Will Stretch L-O-N-G

in Tomato Sauce lOc Sweet Peas, 2 for 17c 23(OFFICIAL; 154x'. 'Af.i A. J. ThoniaAs Temple A\f. & 10th St. When You Trade With STRONG t
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tl" -1 Birthday Party Ladies Auxiliary Weiner Roast For Farewell Party Mrs. Marion Faulk WCTU

i iil: SOCIETY and CLUBS At Nollman Home Entertained Jerry Lawson For Silvernails Hostess At Supper The regular' Meeting

:; mOnthly
Mrs W Nollman and Mrs.Miriam By 1\olrs. Stern Mrs Ewell Lawson entertained l\lr. and Mrs L. A, Wynn of Mrs Marion H. Faulk had as the Laura Scott lI1, tU'
..II'i Office Gladys Mooty R..ld..DN'i : KIC'kllt..r entertained at at II weiner rout Tuesday after- 'Vhlppoorwl11 Cove", Santa Fe her house guests over the Thanksgiving held last We// t.
I:'f Editor rhODe 35t at the I The Ladies Auxiliary of the noon, Nov 16, for her son, Jerry Lake a farewell dinner Sat- : holiday, Mrs. Evelyn S. Friday afternoon
i .1' if : rhODe 29 I a lovely birthday party gave inspiring
: Church held Its -
; Presbyterian reg.ulnr his 16th Hobbs and devotional
daughter Sandra
t evening. who was celebrating for their Bon-In-Iaw and 1
'. /: -o/lman/ home Tuesday urday given peril>\!
., ,}J//, !'! I for their daughters Mrs. Crosby monthly meeting Tuesday. anniversary daughter. Capt. and Mrs. Ed SIIverna.il Hobbs, of Panama City, and each member
hone of Mrs. her
r.'ov.; 23 at most
t} !111 J. I D\wkln., and MIM Dorothy ClAire The setting for the party was and adopted granddaughter On Friday evening Mrs. Faullc ( ing III
Glee Club Concert \\', A. Stern. Irll. H. H. Young of bl",
i 't.;. ;t!:/;' Fish Fry Enjoyed "Ktekllter. who were celebrating. opened: the meeting with prayer In the Lawson's yard where Baby Wynn, who ,were leav- entertained In her home 011 Al- the Year. Hell'ular' bU ln ..
Lake Pleases Large theIr anniversaries.A I games were played and welners1'Oasted. Ing on the 6:13: p. m. train for transacted and
Sampson and presided over the election of hambra Drive North, Jacksonville -
rfrrf.At pink and white color) schemewas Later the group gathered New York to take passage for Templ.'l'I\1I(" rkiana made
: W.
Audience Here two new officers Mrs A. with barbecue hon.oring \\"
.' Sampson Lake was the scene of carried out in the table dec- and Mrs.I around a refreshment table in Trlellte, Italy where Capt. Sil- a supper Christmas dUring
Stern vice president
'J! .' \! I- f'' ratlons. The table was overlaid the house to sing; "Happy Birth- vernail will be stationed Indef- I I her vialtoTII. The buffet ta- Season
': fish on Thanksgiving and
\:,i'a: large fry A large appreciative AU- <. O. Duncan, Treasurer, whoRe I One new
:' I ,:"I'I I : when several famlllell met at Cyp- dience gathered In the USO: with an 1mportt'd linen cloth andC'ent..nod installation: will/ take place In day" to Jt'rry. The table was attractively Inltely. Guests were members of ble was overlaid with a hand- the name: was add/(,
'. :47.' I'. !' at'ternoon..i building Tuesday night, Nov 23. !I with an arrangement January. decorated with a lace the Immediate family from loomed cloth In russet colors, 'rhe membership 1'011.
)'4: J\:\ rue Run landing In the "Momt'nt.l Musical". ; 6t pink ,.;ladlo1\\. At each end doth with an arrangement of Hampton, Gainesville, Ocala and
to ,
.i those present were Mr. enjoy I white birthday I II I Mrs. B. C. Holtzl"ndorf reported center piece was a bronze horn- bronze --.
t;.'i"t .tlj u.Among the first concert appearance of I of the table was It marigolds and tern at one end Starke and yellow
lti'". I j'r f and Mrs. Vasco GrlWII and fam- the BHS Glee Club this Mason. cake emboased in pink rose buds : that Charles Sheppard donated and the birthday cake with 16 ot-plenty holding seasonal fruits mums Were placed chrys.r..{
<<:>:,,:' :,' \ Griffis I with pink candles.Mrs. work on the wicker furniture In candles at the other end. nuts and Autumn leaves Carry- throughout on ClI1I : q
: : Mr. and Mrs. George of the I For Christmas selec- the aj.
: '; : :j .a fly The opening part pro- H. Barnes. a guest the manse and the Stltrke Laundry your Soiarlag
; Mr. and Mrs. Bob devoted to choruses Invited to be with the young tlon-men.s shirts ties sox./ Ing out the Thanksgiving motif Guests from
'dy :t '> and family gram was from Newark N. J. who Is an I IaN'omph8h..d cleaned the church seat covers Starke
!:y;{'t1 trio I II Halslop, Mr and Mrs. Fred Hast -I the first group Spiritual, and musician ot free ot IIharge. host were Nancy: Knight Clara & bedroom slippt-rs. Stump.s. hurricane lamps surrounded by :IJr and Mr Hans \\'aJker.'L Incli I
k .
In Thomas PeggyWljlR'fn
the second a lighter
:} i'" ) lop, and Miss Inez Kelly. group Ian music rendered Hllwal-1 Mrs, J. \V. KaufmRn walt named Julia Lawson, Jo Ann -"'- ->"'- -"'" -"'- -."'- .."' '''''_'''''_ _'''''-- _t\\' _"" ._. __
"II. vein. --.... ....
, rI1.11 t;: '.,Ibl' tlonlO on her gUItar. Mrs. alt chairman of Chrllltm l decora.tlons ----- :------- -
\ Dinkins, Geraldine Shaw Shirley
:.,.l: .j ''1 For The second part was entitled had her own COmpAny of Hawaiian with a committee consisting
'.ff.: X ; fu Weiner Roast "Novelettes" and featured Act.a musicians and'brondcasted I of Mr8. J. R. Kite, Mrs. K. G. Shaw, Bert N..wcomb, Harold

; : :t' \\: Johnnie Kopelouso Edwards In a piano solo "Clairde over NBC In New York City Duncan And Mrs J. L. Slmmon3. Charles Davis, Ralph Lawson Wise Edward Sue Parker Bllrgll i : I BARGAINS! BARCAjS N !
))4\' i 'f. Lune"; a Quartette composedof several years ago.Enynying Annual rE'ports were given bl';
Joe Frlfe Tutta1 Andrews Del-
: ;- : Johnny Kopclou celebrated Nancy Knight, Helen H"tnes. the occasion with the all officers and committee C'halrtT't'n. -
,: ,';'' t.i., 11111 13th birthday anl1lveraaryIf PatsyBenton, and Jo Ann Silcox. hostesses and honor guests: were Six new members joined the ano Thomas Carolyn Edwards, I IJ )
/1f ,1'' from 5 to 8 when his Piano Boogie by Betty Williams Barnes Ahelle Lawson, T. B. Ilardigg SHOPPING
Monday Mr the
," 4 A I Mr and Mrs. and Auxiliary during ;I'ear. { IFfiL'S
l It\ Mrs. George I t' .f : t mother, an Dakina.. Following the meeting the ,
:, .\. > entertained at It weiner: roast at Ing by Helen Adkins. -. group adjourned for a social hour ; Patsy Bennett, Carl Johns, \Val- }}
i 1'1 l1 .r.f\1 home on North I ..-thlr'l// lace White Vivian McRne, Mor. f11'I
: 'L 1 :.. \ the Kopeioulloll Concluding the program wat lInt Ladles 1)rrsw"a durin'hlC'h! ; the hostess served
", ( Church Street a comic operetta .entitled "Dlz-! olf. 1\1..1..1.. .'e Store. retreRhmt'nts. I Ion McRae, Idell Landrum and Large Dolls 2.95 IlliIISl.1SE:
Horne, Jr
'\ Twelve of Johrmy's little friends zy Baton", with Edward Massey i iI Raymond ,
4 and an outdoor a fine st'nll3 ot Assisting Mrs. Lawson were \
j f enjoyed games displaying comedy ( .
A .
j ,4; supper to help him celebrate the and a good baritone voice If 'the Mrs T. F. Landrl1m ar.d Mrs. d Platform Rockers

tint occasion. featured role ot Professor Sfor I Evelyn \\'Ise. I See These Before You Buy
zando. Ada Edwards, as Herr 1CLth'itch ,
c.&C-:= Glissando, accompanied the op. Nelson Green Home A Large Doll That Any ... a ,
t'retta In a very competent man- .
: Scene Of Reunion Child Will Love To Have
ner, and played a good second "

comedian to Massey. Joan Tenly I the hunter" are coming: president and Frankie treasurer I On Thanksgiving (\
I We Also Sell Wagons. Doll Carriages.
PTARKE In the role of Suzanne, showed I
FL': home from the hills with some of the class Sympathy Is ,J '
', unusual dramatic ability. The country home of Mr, and Tricycles. Bicycles and Other Toys
stories few extended to
wonderful and
yi" I a t lOur'prlse young Marlon Har'rlngton ,
.Iw The numbers were announced 'I I\II'a. Nelson Green near Lawt<'y. }
c{ : surprise!) actually with who Is on crutches as )
Kan.. :Uon.. ')re. 5. 6 In a capable manner by Manes some game Emmett Raney. the result of a badly cut foot. was the scene of a family #;'et- COME IN AND SEE OUR SELECTION OL;
1 i.'i DOUBLE LIFE Dodd, and the singers made an I down from Vlrginlll with wIfe Hear that little Bill Wall, aged : together of the Green family on .r.

!t 11 ; !Starring Ronald C..lmanI. impressive appearance uniformly Carolyn t Green I killed a 10 point 5. had both ears operated on at I I Thanksgiving Day. Blankets] PRICED 2.95
l4 h .U.41. T.U..n'k... Orcheira, cladthe gIrls In gray gabardine : leer the first day hE' was out St. Vlncent.s Hospital In Jackson-j This celebration was given In FROI oLl1.95 nCRTTON
Caatism and 1cw.Tuca. '" port dresses with scarlet ties I last week Corley Johns yule last week, but Is back home honor of Mr. Oreen's mother. f :
and sashes and the boys In gray I bagged a 5 pointer, and one member now and getting along all right I Mrs. A. II. Green, who celebrated AND 100 1'IRCIdNT '
.. ()e('. '7 ONLY suits ,with scarlet ties, carrying of Jess Alexander's party I her 77th birthday anniversary
' out the high school color" I on that date The
' Personal Column killed a 250 lb black bear I day was spent
: The concert was under the direction B. T. Thomas boasts a 6 point Mr'...Ann R. Guy left this' week I In pleasant reminiscence and enjoying Beautiful 9-Piece See our complete line ofIah.C.oy
it r Geo. Sanders. 1.lIdU. Ball of Mrs. L. A. Canova buck Bill Powell a spike for Bloomington, III. to attend the cane grinding on this 3 !\ / Finish Double.. Spring ('on.trt'llon
j 1 Chait. Coburn hurl" Karleftt music Instructor at BHS. Living RoomXl... 1'.f'ti..11. "r, f",1'
buck Ed Torode the of farm.A >
t an eight marriage her eldest son. ,
Short: "lIIaKe 01 the ('aoK"rlu" I Dining Room Suit -..ram.lad.: of 'Iml'd
World' Ncwst pointer and Louie Carter also an John, to Miss Jeanne Radcliff on delicious barbecue pork and 1 jJ and JlarI\\I-Cuulf..rt, m.G .
i Family Reunion I eight pointer In the California Saturday, Dt'c. 18 Hear that chicken dinner was served on a Duncan Phyfe matrhp,1II ,

; "....L. Thu.. IJtoc' 8. 9 I Swamp down in Dixie County the future Mrs. Guy wall John's large table placed 111 the yard. Stale
t yt The McRaes of Starke chose Ben Rowland got a gobbler secretary and he proposed In the Bed Room
Rev W. J.
) DOUBLE FF..ATl'RI': Churchwell, ot Jack.sonville -
i ''i TEXAS TRAIL Thursday, Nov. 25, as reunion In the Gulf Hammock and Elbert I Governor Thurmond manner, died: led the group In singing ONLY $275 Only I 57'50 5 0
time as well as a day of thanks. Smith ,who was avenging a dare ''tatlng a letter to her, popping "Bless Be the Tie That .Blnds" ( Furniture
i + \\llh Bill Boyd Many of the families gathered as a challenge/ to his marksmanship the question She then ref and "Happy Birthday" to Mrs.Green. Never before u n.we offered
AUK at the home of Russell McRae stood on his stand only 18 tired to another room to type j sash a stilt f\lr s.. little. BARGAINS A-pLE.'Io/n'f/ (Others J9.iO: l'p)

} STAGE STRUCK southeast of town and, as the minutes before he shot a seven up her reply which was "Yes'I Those enjoying this
lovely oc-
t ,. house overflowed the guests : point buck with his Western Hear the Sternbergs have,I II' casion
(,. With Ralph Byrd were Mrs. Green'lI six ehll-
moved out onto the lawn where Saddle rUle The deer dressed named their
) I new Daytona
'I B.acl\
Plus World News I' dren and their families, Rev and IT'S A FACT
7 w "ole Sol" showered his blessings out 10,0! Ibs' and Elbert's chest apartment The lngsley Apart'Jmantaa Mr8. J. R. Hill, W, B, Sewell, Rev. i YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
i Fri.. Sat.. Dt't'. 10. 1lt on the meal. I expanded an Inch for each point sentimental gesture and Mrs. W, J. Churchwell and
a DOUBLE FEAT1RI': Mrs. McRae's sister and mother showing their attachment for dear Rev and Mrs. J. Wilson of Jack.sonvllle.

Frontier Agent Miss Lois Newsome and Mrll. / a-; ;;; ole Klnksley Lake Let' << Denmark Furniture Cot
It !Mark Brown Green Newsome, were alllO guests 1..tt"1 Starkt'-.rPf'n hereby toss an orchid to the city I
\\u" Johnny '
at the Thanksgiving dlnnt'r. Miss ( m'e football! game Wednesday for getting the colored street DISH
OAIIDEVS planted
'.I" ALSOMUTINY Newsome Is spending a week with night I before Thanksgiving I :: lights up so early CertainlY i Pottery from $1 up.-C'OLOV-and t Ira{ PIIONE 151 STARKE FL..t. \.
IN THE I Frankie Morgan Helen Stuart; helps to get that Yuletide "
her mother. Since" graduating spirit : I\L FLORIST Phone 218. ='"
BIG HOUSE from the Georgia Baptist HosPital and Odessa Thomas all home 1.>1
;, N, School of Nursing she has, been ] for the holiday from the Alachua fJl
Ch"" BIC'klorcl. Barton MC'Lane. dong: duty nursing In Atlanta I County Hospital where th..y're Change of scenes: Mary,I Leg I
Cartoon: "Fatal Kiss". k Chap.t' and r.resides at the home 0' In nurses' training .jBradford an' ; Ed Silvernail and youn
: tt'r 9 of "Junior G-Mf'h" friends, 181 Amsterdam Avlt,! N'j County Is well represented there daughter leaving last'' } (
-- E.. ae: this year-Helen has been elected New York to embark for Tries r:?_ BEGINNING WED" DE( 8
... Italy where Ed will be atatione&on
i I occupation duty The Jot I
Scanlan family from
,,, ,, Moving New
York City to 23 Park Place, RcJS
C'}IRISTIIASg. I 5, New Brunswick, N. Y. Servic

: Sale Mrs.room Walnut Avery back. to/her. moving. Grace home,her on Osborn"dining North Complete Economy Laundry

irk) Liz an' Howell NaBworthy an

Boots Peyton (Mra H. B.l)

H''' tl 1Ve Must Make Room For New Merchandise Jacksonville the Thanksgiving, back after holiday,spendIng > Damp Wash --- 4c lb. Rough ., Dry Wash

4 Coming In. Every Item A 1EAL HAR.11NI. CLOTHING seeing the sights of New Orleans
SALE STARTS (where they were met by Ted;'
( FR[.: DEC.3 -AND SHOES- and thence on to Houston i Clothes back dry enough to Iron without : 6c Per Pound

it Lad ies' Hear the Ritz Theatre will shut hanging up. (Amount washed In ordinary
One Lot Of 'Ladles' up shop soon after the first or
p k' I' Dresses Wool & Crepe 1 95 BAGS 1.95 to 9.95 the year leaving Call Street only home washing machine, !9 pounds.) Chi Thoroughly J>ry.
" For two movie houses for entertain
Going Carry.
Ladies Real Blue JEANS ment ,: I (Cash & Carry.)
Wool & Gabardine With Zipper, . 2.98 Year the City 61 !Miami Is try-' .
' 4''' '1r Wool & Garbardine! 1 95 Ing to outdo Jacksonville\ / by

Going For Gabardine & Faille treating Florida legislators to a

)a One Lot Of Dresses. SKIRTS (Values to 8.95)' Seems royal good that time both this cities week are after. thrift Bundle, -- Be lb. Family Finish --- 8 & 20e lb.

the proposed state mE'dlcal' col-
Value To 11.95 NOW 2.95to5.95
4 95 and
lege the competition Is really
Now Only getting keen Rep:Elect Flat work finished wearing apparel with (MINIMUM BUNDLE. 1.25))
I.adies'AUSilk Jake Roberts and wife Leola
: One Lot Of Dresses In The SCARFS 1.98 and Sen. Charley Johns are currently starch and bluing ready to Iron, ut no extra Fiat work finished at 8e per pound; wearing

Newest Styles And Colors In the magic city enjoy- cost. Cash & Carry
} ', Doris Dodson And Others. Large Variety Of Costume In' a series 01 banquets, lunch- apparel finished at 20e per pound.
coca sightseeing/ tours and trips
1, VALUES TO 21.95 Jewelry At HALF Original Cost! to the Tropical Park Race Track

8.95 to 14.95 Boys Short AII.Wool&' Long Pants SUITS politician after. aU Seems. Isn't. all'TwIU such If the soon a tough life be mov-ot one a List Price On Small Bundles Finished: Shirts ISc; Pants 30cr

Ing day for the T. K.
+ One Lot Of Wool & Gabardine 5.95 to 9.95 an' family who :will occupy the

Suits VALUES TO 69.951! former Sternberg house on Walnut -
BOYS Street, having -sold ''their With the first CJ c.;:.; mers' orders for this new sere'

c s 14.95 to 39.95 All-Wool TOPCOATS 9.95 Thelma Church street Alvarez domicile, who'll to be Red mov-and ice i we will dry clean FREE OF CHARGE one suit

In' In there before Christmas. ..

t Boys Flannel SHIRTS Also hear that Harmon Morgan or dress.
Ladies & ChiJdren.4 All-Wool will soon roll his house In from
,' 1 And Nylon SWEATERS Red & Plaids 1.49 & 1.95 Brooker and park It on a lot
LJ next door to the Johnny Douglas )

aP L ( 1.95 to 3.95 Boys Boxer Style house on Lake Street Build up a complete Silverware service with our trade tickets.

1.95 -
Glad to see J..V.'. Phllllpil back See the set of Rogers Brothers display'
r' 1 In town, helpln' his brother-In- we now have oil

( } One Lot Of BLOUSES-In Short CIIJLDJtEN.S law, Eddie Hartman,. turn out

And Long Sleeve SiJks-- Corduroy OVERALLS 2.98 that swank motor court furniture -
) Gabardines Cottons J. W.'s wife Judie and

). Values To 7.95 NOW 17-monthB-old lion, .Darryl Scott --- 24-HOUR SERVICE ON WET WASH OR ROUGH-DRY
I t SHOE BARGAINS will come up In about two weeks ---
from Orlando and will be at
2.95 to 4.95 One Lot Of Shoes That Sold home In the Gary Ennis apartment THREE-DA Y SERVICE ON ALL OTHER
at&y For 3.95-NOW; -d- 1.95 house across from Beaslf'Y's CLASSES OF LAUNDRY
.g on Walnut Street .' AU the
& I Ladie GLOVES Kldd & Fabric: One Lot Of Shoes As HighAs small fry will want to be on FASTER SERVICE ON
Values To 4.95-.N9W, : 5'Vi,; Valuty NOW 2.95Otye : hand Saturday afternoon from REQUEST

Lo) Of Better; Shoes iqFrienIly 3_ to 5 at, LeU.'s te)' greet Santa
Sports Fortunets & Claus .. Hear he'll have a gift FLUOHIU
i 98c to 2.9S" Others That Sold }'ors highAs for each on hand I Glad to Special' GLOSS FINISH 011 all laundry Makes coloptf' brighter, and

8.95! ; NOW - 3,95: to 5.95: see Sarah Lawson back on the r whiles whiter!
of 011. job after a recent IIIn..s .
j, fl Co..... In and see our IarKe arsortrnent. RolM'. s- (WIDTHS At. to t.) Hear that Murrel Smith Gardner

fur Chrt..tmaMo Nightgowns. hose l.aJam.. And nt&DJ other Sot all ......1'" In every style. hut all sites and Is a new operator at the Lady
'' 4 I'Iec. Travel Sets Slips nice gifts.g1tI \\Idth. In the lot .",1 E"RY: pair a "rcaln! Fair There's a rumor going s I t )
around that the Junior "Voman's
+ Club will have a New Year's

: The SMART SNOppLa Eve dance at the USO with an I 1 ,
U-pleco band complete with vo-
Ladies' and Children's Wear and Shoes call.t Surely sounds good

Starke Fla. Hope to see you there, It:
i Call Street not before ,

-Carolyn I



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Mrs. Joe Braden and daughter. I Mr. and Mrs. John Hemingway; Mr. and Mrs. George Bunch I Mrs. James Shepherd and Woman's Club 219 Market Street F.Her.on. N. 3.r 'I

LOCAL -N sl| I Mrs. Brainard Curry and sister. and children of ElIzabethtown, and daughters, Barbara Martha' daughter. Mrs. C. A Knight, are I January You are a. 1949 required, In the to above appear named on

ITS of Miss Myrtle Reddish of Jacksonville N C. were visiting friends and Ann and Georgtanna have moved spending this week in Montgomery The Department of Music, under ,Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
I spent Saturday with Mrs. relatives here last week. Into Mrs. Mona Canova vice- ...ki divorce. Krndforrt CountyTelegraph
- -- -- their attractive new homeon Ala. visiting Mra. Shepherd'sother
4 Errol Alvarez and Mrs. Laura Star Brand Shoes for men, president will be in charge of shall publish this Or"el' {
rhomas and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Enaor Johns. women & children. Stump's. North Temple Avenue Mr. daughter and son-in-law, the musical program at the \Voman's In next four weekly lumioVltncna ..
s.or Mrs. Bunch has been here for sometime Mr. and Mrs. D. Morrlsa.:!\ Mrs \ my hand and official. .al
of Jacksonville were H. V. Knight and daughters Mrs Ida George is 1n Lake Club meeting next Wednesday -
and Thanksgiving
,lara. andnkegtving the construction at Stark. Florida, thin Nov.mb..rU.1PU.
*Im8 with Mr. day guests and Mr. and Mrs I Merry Beth and Nancy spent Geneva visiting; her sister. Mrs. supervising Knight will return to Starke Sun afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. .
"" !:! Branford. Friday of last week In Jackson- Nancy Gnann for several -weeks of the Starke Tourist Court The annual Christmas tea will OFFICIAL, SKAA.. J. Thomas
p Han 1" W. O. Godwin of Gainesville were ville. which he will own and operate day. An Clark of said Court.
Thomas in Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson follow the program. l>. C.
Mr Gotham; Gold Stripe nylons flu Hnvcn Cronby.
II ,oined Ocala where Weekend guests of Mrs. Bertha 1 lot LarJ>,A Skirts $3.03. Barks had an their Sunday guests. Mr. Mrs. Bunch and their daughtrmmoved William. n. Mor...n. Fifth Floor
Fore t down last, week from at STUMP'S.Mrs. Jacksonville Florida
dale's. .'... nark Illdtc.
nAl Pearce. Store. Coun<
Dade In Irontt .rt. 7>
iiuntmg. for supper and Mrs OrinVt'lch of Stateaville, N. C., their former O. L. Haynes and Dr. O. "'''>rl beer lIEN'SLt., SI'ITT .\. .- Mrs. J. H Fields and daughter City and Mr. and Mrs. Louis! ( I'. Alexander' l Plaintiff v... -
"ning >w" $1.98. VAREZMr. Miss Hazel Fields, :were Sunday] Welch of Tampa. home. The tourist court Is nearIng L. Haynes, Jr. of Madison spent, Mary Alexander. rvtonilnnt. Can. Order your Christmas card.
Isdles, and of Mrs. \V. N. completion and Mr. Bunch the lit No. 89ld.Or. !>! .
Mrs. S. E. Sparks guests Haight In : Thanksgiving holidays NOW. Complete new line DOWn
More. Mrs. Lee McDonnell of Jacksonville hopes to have it open to the publicby I .... Of Piibllpnll .%..01! >otlcSTVVK .
Ir'Russell fudd returned and Mrs. D. L.. Thomas, and Jacksonville.Mrs. was the guest of Mr. and the first of the year. Starke. 'I'll .tppear display at The Bradford
olr Kl.OUin
a week's visit with daughter, Selita, spent Wednesday Erline Bussey is In Allan Mrs. Joe Wilson last weekend. 1 lot Ladles HlmiwMt $1.08. Mrs. \V. J. Epperson and daughters Mary Alexander whose residence 1., County Telegraph.ALVAREZ' .

Cd in Belle Glade, where visiting Mrs. Spark's mother. ta, Ga. for ten days on business. Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Mrs. Rarksd a c's Store.CiLAIHOM'S Sally' Ann and Mary Sue -- ......: -

(I IS employed, and with Mrs. Laura Wilson in Green Cove Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward and W. J. Griffin spent the past weekend : : SOc. 15... $1.00 spent the Thanksgiving holidays Men's Clothing

,m Clewlston and Miami.her Springs. daughter, Mira Jane, spent the I with relatives In Bushnelland &: sum & $3 |M>r down.<'<)J.OS- with Mr. and' Mrs. It L. Richard II1II STORE _Established i 1894 I J
Walker had as weekend In Dixie. Ga. with Mr Wildwood. IAL FLORIST ThornZ18.. I
Hans Mrs. Door prizes will h.- given away and Mrs. G.V.. Ward. in Jacksonville. : ..
Tuesday afternoon. I 1 for Boys Sweaters 98c. Barks- Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan -
Jkim and Mrs. Charles at theIb1"I"rlnl( l'ln.Iotor: Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Cartel dale's Store. left Sunday for Miami where they' Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Knight were :

I Daytona. cycle Club Ounce In the Armory, were In Jacksonville on business I Dr. and Mrs. Rolan R. Stoker will spend the winter months.. guests of the Windsor Hotel In
Thurfl.! Dec. 9. ,
: F.\J.I. SUITS AT :Mr. and Mrs. n. B. Hobbs of Monday. have returned from a ThanksglvIng Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Attaway I Jacksonville during the Thanksgiving
1'loco your orders ,now for' Ing to relatives In SavannahMr. have moved into the home on holidays. c InU.DERS' HARDWARRFlooring
lid Mrs: John J. Murray Milton and Mr. and Mrs. John Christmas flimrrs- COLONIAtFLORIST and Mrs. Leaston Wynn ol Lafayette St. which they recently I 1 lot Ladles C'oot !Suit nne ? O tSh

., stt"'n, and Mark, from Hobbs; of Gainesville were recent Phone' 218. Hampton and F. A. Scott were purchased front H. M. White. third off. Itnrkwriiilv'. store.! / Siding Framing

tI'' ,iid Mr and Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Odell Jones and children I Mr. and Mra. Maxte Carter had Doers Asbestoti. '
irraN and daughter.Highland Thanksgiving: Day guests of Mr. J. T. Sunday. I their weekend! guests Lt. and
Park Miller. The Millers had as their Quigley left lust week for nn rxtend.,11vi"it pas! Shingles! Siding' (Asphalt
I ; and Mrs. F J. Shaw and family Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Miller had with relatives in New Orleans Mrs, D. J. Khownlter Jr. of Fort r'
,'I ung with their mot -, Thanksgiving day guests Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Edwards! as their Thanksgiving Day guest,. Penning. Oa, Mrs Linda Bra Shingle. Steel Cascstwnts
;M Murray on and Mrs. C. S. Laird of Green had as their Moncrlet of Marlanna and Mr. Saml t Thanksgiving Day Mr. and Mru. I. P. Shepherd and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Allen spent I llrkk- -
?), it, read I I ville. guests Mr. and Mrs.V.. H Mr. and Mrs C. C. Shepherd. Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. S. D. Harley of Gaines !\Il'tal1'"Composition, Hoofing
'.!Irs J B. Mills of 1 lot Ladles llrexvcH one-third Andrews of Jacksonville, Mr. anc! Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson and St. John, in Olustoe. I ville.WSCS.
spent Sun- off. liu.rKMlale' Sto..... Mrs..' George Crew of Galnenville l'Ilmll' llnJ:" ret"nVlre
0\ Springs sons, Holt and Jimmy of Metter 1 lot Ijxllfn Long Gnats on<>- j jI
Ingram.RE Mr. and PIr. L. D. Mrs. ii >h,-rw In'UIl1U111PAINTS!
i\ Mrs: Carrie Vining were Emma Crews and son. Ga. are weekend guests of Mrs., third off. Iturksdalr'it. Store.Mr. Xmas PartyThe -
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wauchula, and Mr. and Johnson's mother, Mrs. J. M., and Mrs. Herbert S. Deal
J.V.. Timmerman In Stockton, Mrs. H. M. Redding and children Brownlee. returned Sunday from Macon. annual Christmas, (patty of I[I I'uint Your louse Si FAIRBANKSMORSEHOMK

RE SELLING YOUR of Lawtey.Mr. Mrs. Mike Funderburk of Key- Ga. where they went after receiving the" 1f.thOtIllt'SCS will be rM, 1'uy Ity The !\Iunth. ; WATER SYSTEMS::
Ga.Mr. and Mrs. Frazier J. Shaw weekend word that Mrs. Deal's Monday afternoon, Dec 13 at
[BER or TIMBERD. : and Mrs. LeRoy H Barnes atone Heights; was the ,
| were Welaka business Mon 3 o'clock In the recreation building -
on J. Fun- six-year-old nephew, Massey Petty -
WRITE or of Newark N. J. are spendinga guest of Mr. and
SEE. few weeks in Starke while day. derburk. had been Injured In an auto- I :. Hostesses will be MI's.V, L. BUILDERS SUPPLIES
PARRISII Hlalr Mrs W E, MlddU-tnn, Mrs.F. STARKE
WINTON enroute to Honolulu for an extended Thanksgiving Day guests of Don't forget the Whispering mobile accident. Friends will be ,
r L. P. GIBSON visit. Mrs. Barnes is a Mrs. Janie Avery Mrs. Haiti PInt Motorcycle! Cluh l>anc<-> In glad to know that his conditionhad H. Long, Mrs. J. B. Cottrell Phone 43 AcroHH, From S. A. L. Depot -' Delivery Service
r. 0. Box 235 I cousin of W. H. Nollman. Hathcock and Mrs. EHno-! Bus- the Armory, :'11U1'''.. Dw. 9. been Improved at the time Mrs. L. S. Koch and Mrs. W. G.

'Phone 3 I Mrs. Charlie Moltt had a pleas sey of the Avery Inn were Mrs.A. J. R. Jones and Earl Summeral the Denis left for home. Ito II\\!.
FLA. ant surprise the other day when S. Bowden of Turin Ga., Mrs, of High Springs''' and Mrs. C. O. .J1tfl' -
,.A\VTEY : Mr. and Mrs. Roy Everly: of Van Ella Bussey of Atlanta Ga., Mla i Dupuls of Alachua! ,were Thanksgiving -

id also like to lease .Wert Ohio dropped in for a visiton I Ora Nightcap of Marlanna Mr. ;; guests of Mrs. Ada Alex-

turpentine limber. I their way to St. Petersburg and Mrs. W. J. Hathcock and Mrs ander. SET YOUR BUDGET RIGHT AT
The Kverly family owned a grove Florence Farmer of Jacksonville,. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefootand ,

and home here 60 years ago and Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Smith granddaughter Jane, spentSunday I
I Mr. Everly and the late Mr. had as their guests Thanksgivingat with Mr. and. Mrs. W P. I 113 EAST STARKE,
Moltt were boyhood friends and their Kingsley Lake home, Mr. Barefoot and family In Sanaorso '
XPERTradio corresponded off and on throughthe and Mrs. R. C. Dampier and son. Mrs. M. F. Brown son CALL ST. FLA.Specials.

years. Mr. Everly's father i Billy, W. P. Smith, Sr. W. P. and daughter, Florence, MarcuII'i .

I helped to dedicate the First I Smith Jr., Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Mr. and Mrs J. J. Fitzgerald in I

II'Chrtatlan Church here and this Varnadoe and daughter, Mary Tampa over the weekend. I We For
I was the only building that the Lou. Beautiful a st. of childrens'chenille Reserve

visitor railroad remembered.man having He is a been retired third 1 lot off.ladles RarkHdalc'H Long. Store.Oittta one- robes just arrived at The Right SUPER STORES' Friday &'

employed with the Erie & Penn- Claude Johns Jr., a student at STUMP'S DEPT. STORE.Mr. To LimitQuantities Saturday, ,
sylvania Lines. : FSU, appeared with the FSU and Mrs. W H. Beck and Dec. 3.4
dale'nt Store. chorus in recitals In Cocoa Nov. children Barbara. Dorine and

'1 lot Boys Sweaters 08r Barks-, 22, In Daytona Beach Nov 23 Billy, of Charleston S. C. were
i epa\ Mrs. W. H. Nollman, Mr. and and in Ocala Nov. 24, after which weekend guests of Mr. and Mm.

Mrs. LeRoy Barnes Mrs. Miriam he spent the Thanksgiving weekend J. B. Cotterel.
ER VICE Klckllter and Miss Dorothy Claire I with his parents Mr. and Miss Sara Barefoot of Keystone

Klckliter enjoyed an outing Mrs. Claude Johns. Heights spent the weekend

Chas. C. Thanksgiving day visiting St. Mrs. K. G. Duncan and daughter with her parents, Mr. and Mra. Grapefruit 4 for lOc '

Augustine and Marlneland. Margaret Rose, were weekend P. M. Barefoot
hepherday's ,Toby Doudy & Orchestra will guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews and ,
play at tht \\'h1'1IN'1rlng| Pine Duncan In Gainesville. son. Tommy and their houseguest I
Service Station Motorcycle 'Club Donre. In the Little Billy Dampier will spend !<\ Miss Nannie Graham Sanders -

Armory, Thuni., 1J4>('. 9. the weekend In Jacksonville with I of Wythevllla, Va., spent
his aunt, Miss Julia Marie Dampier Sunday at Cedar Keys. '
I 1 lot Ladles Shoes' $1.98. Barks- - - -

Branch ofINSURANCE I Mr. and Mrs. George Kopel- dah"'" Store.
fry ousos and children enjoyed I Mr and Mrs, Valrie Kidd spentthe
The'kiglvlng with Mr. and Mrs. 1 long Thanksgiving weekend
I E. D. Ramos In Jacksonville. with relatives in Richmond Va.
_.1 '_ 1 'f jm '. Mrs. R. C: Dftmpler 'and son I I Mr. Kldd returned to'Starke Tues. York 41bs.' 29c

Billy were weekend guests of day but Mrs. Kidd la staying on Apples ,;.
'Mr and Mrs. P. A. Dampier In I In Richmond until the Christmas :

I, High Springs. holidays.
I C. WALL\ AGENCYPLEASE Mr and Mrs. R. J. Davis hadas Miss Delia Ronenberg spent

their guests for ThanksgivingMr. from Thursday until Sunday vis-

PHONE 146 and Mrs. H. O. Davis, Jr. iting friends! In Tampa Plant
of Gainesville and' Mr. and Mrs.L. City'and St. Petersburg. '
I Constant Service Over 50 YearsLAS'SIFIED- F. Smith Jr. Mrs. P. S. Denmark Is visitingMr. Tender STRING BEANS, 1 lib.'I;- .0 - - 121hc

I Mr. and Mrs. Eustis McKnightand and Mrs. D. H. Handley in
Delores, visited Lakeland for 'several weeks.
: daughter;
--- Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Langston In I I Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Hutto of

Manning S. C. and Mrs. W. A. Savannah Ga. were guests ol Rose Bushes Assorted 59c t

Vause in Klngatree S. C. over Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and mil
the weekend. Mr. Langston returned Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Tucker last' Colors

to Starke with his daughter week. i
\'.13 1 Franklin INSURANCE-I write all lln..:
and family for an extended Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parker of
>'I l ,uin wood heater: 1 l'al' fire, automobile, liability and I
.nnliuc.. circulating life. Sea me for your Insurance visit. Christian College Temple Tel'-

',,1 II m nil r) good Telegraph.condition.tl W.needs.Cat:N.St.D., Wainwright Phone 154. Jr., 129 tt! 1 lot Ladles. Shoes $I.OS. Barks, race near Tampa ,were Thanksgiving -
dales Store. !<\ day guests of Mrs. W.
MATTRESSESOF Mrs. T. E. Duncan of Gaines- D. Faxon and Mrs. E. J. Flynn Corn IMoHsom: "Just Heat & Serve"CHICKEN American

\.YOUR TIMBER ALL KINDS ville visited the K. G. Duncans oil} Mrs. Lox Green and Mrs. G. J. 2 Ib. 2 1.25 OIL SARDINES . . 9C I
NOW Thursday. I McGriff were luncheon guests of oz. can -
st Cash Prices Paid Mr. and Mrs. Charley W. Nicholson Mrs. E. V. Brown preceding the I .. J "

of Akron, Ohio, former ,I Rlbault Woman's Club of the No. 2 Can McGrath'a: Champion '
LL BUY IN BULKOR residents of Starke, have spent Beaches meeting at Jacksonville olden: Scepter Fancy
[ I IN UNIT the past two weeks visiting Mrs. I Beach Tuesday of last week. Mrs. KIDNEY BEANS 14'/c
it who I la Director of District! Alaska SALMON 1 tall 49c
( Nicholson's parents. Mr. and Mrs.J. Green no. can U U' .. I .. ..
Q\VIN W. PECKP. C. Koon, In Waldo, and visIt- Four, gave a short speech on
.. .. ,.. ,
0. Box 463 ing friends In Starke. club work. u No. 2 Can IMcCJrath's; Champion

,Gainesville Fla. FURNITCKEREUPHOLSTEUKD: FLOWERS!'! are the Ideal Gift. The Whispering Pines :Motorcycle Lihby's Deluxe California BUTTER BEANS . 14YcPlum '
"See, our wonderful display on handat Club Mill sponsor Its .secondiiccrmful

[me a -postcard and II'll AND BEFINISIIED all timed.- Drop tin A Cart! Phone 218. 9 In the Starke Armory.
come see you. .I., No. 2 Can McfJrath's;
HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. Mr. and Mrs L. M. DeSha and 1 lot Lanes Coat Suits one- H Champion

.E Ire -tpiniapla- nwdm Box: 230 Falatka, f1a.F.LlI'llJl'S daughter Majorle, of Wlldwood. third off. narkitdale'n Store. Fancy Florida Orange or Grapefruit: PEAS & CARROTS 14'/ic'
'"" and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Struthof Mrs. J, R. Kite Mrs. R. P.
1IInll 2-po. mahogany U h.m. ,e-euuked l meals and .. ,. .. .. .
. It' H. rnnm milte. Can be comfortable ronmn at folonlnl Inn. Jacksonville were Thanksgiving Stubbins and daughter, Mary J-U-I-C-E, 46 oz. can 15' I. ,
Alvarez A Bon Stor- furnl..hed and iinfuriilnhedapartment" Wm. Struth Rivers Mrs. R. A. Green and
"'ar.houR"Vrlte Also guests of Mrs.
BOX 17 location oz. Bottle Glen Crest Old Fashioned
Dellnhtful ,
1 '105. Lex Jr. and Dodd u..n u"
tf con Lynnell
Madison St., Ntarke.tlCItICKENS and Miss Kate Struth.
clone In on : I
1.F: a l apartment house, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cole and were in Jacksonville last Friday.F. Libby Fancy CHILI SAUCE, 2 for ., 29c
Klnrk Why
.lur\oIoh..I.\ : Home A. Scott attended a Thanks-
exceptionally yournelf and children, Junle Cloy and Gary
raise them
*itll.-M ttrlll In town cor- bother half to I will brand and raise giving family reunion at the home Red Cut B-E-E-T-S ..
i3x2 oo All apartment lose ? spent the weekend in Fitzgerald I 303 can lOcLibby's : ;:nt.s"n
4, 1T' '.<1 to veil and them for you o w..ka.Your choice Ga. with relatives. of Dr. and Mri. O. F. Scott In No. 2 Can .
Ih n..n..v, II.... Jo..' K. put In your Lakeland of last week. n .. ,.. .. ..
BO. Thursday "
Mt H r wall Agency tfLEq of breed 10 to Mrs. \V. J. Griffin\ has returned u U Fancy Sweet Sugar PEAS
H. Twining Park InV..Mlhfa'1 IScArmour's
S. to her home! in Jacksonville after Mr and Mri. M. M. Monroe
block. FancyTomato
: ((47 ;-d-I. eauf of 300
1I,10r flutes_ Jamrn ulrk F. P'Rr. or P. O. Box 321. Starke.. Zip 12-J a three weeks visit with her and three daughters of Way ". .. n" .. ..
.t*h j., nfrlce.l past Fla. SFWINO MACHINES 1 niece, Mrs. E. L. Biggs. cross, Ga. were recent guest CATSUP, 14 oz. bot. 20c i
t.lnht Star
2tp 123Apply of Mrs. J. M. Brownlee.
Present Let 1 lot Ladies Skirts $!.9. Rark. .-
'IV.It W.\STF.O" A us nice have Christmas, your order-Deliver dal..'.. Store. Give practical gifts for this ,-----"u ru r". Pure L.A.R-D, 1 Ib. pkg. 23c i
Blarke. Fla. tf I I
morning. Easy pay Mr. and Mrs. Earl George and Christmas select them atSTUMP'S. Chineto "Little Chinaman" Extra ... .
'T Christmas Fancy Long$ Gr. ,. .
"fa visitors I .
., { ** apt. mum stove 221 family of Orlando were r

I lI.on.,Ira.Isrefrlgeraton UJ, *Starke.* Mlmmon"..Also'214lt\| Thompson ments. L..St.G.Starke Hemingway.. Fla. 2tpl2-10 I I of a few Mr. days and Mrs.last week.H. B. Sullivan, have Mr.returned and Mrs from, E.Orlando S. Matthews where R-I-C-E, 2 tt. cellopack . 31c GRITS or MEAL, 5 Ib. 25c I

' iruT'-} HKATKIt: with FOK HAMi IU'I Forrl(''''2-rtoor.v. '..Inn ne- Mrs. H. A. Durden of Jacksonville they have been visiting their. son'
,l.IsI ::'i: w'v'' o 'dan Truck: 2: 1 barns Mod. nt A mutable l (erlillaerwaserfrom and Mr. and Mrs. S. R. In-law and daughter Dr, and Mrs. :
In', rlg>t ''arpenter'Uxl See. John. ( with' nn filler Wads-- Johns ahd family of Starke were H. B. McLendon.
Drug P.
f ed) <1.
it worth Ph. Z. Hampton Kla. It Thanksgiving day guests of Mr.
I I I and Mrs. J. H. Ritch at Kingsley
''.n .
t.. Ford 2-dnor ccr pullets -
', fonrtltlon. Mrs F 0 K .HAI.K 10 wks.:: 25 old lied tl.2S lli.k e crow a. All or Lake. Smoked BACON
Ntarke. Fla. It tome A. set them. TWln-I For your Christmas selectionladies' EXPERT SHOELET lb. 39c ,1

.'t rl:; 'I I.>.".frl..ra'or.l.artln"'1K for rent. Ian I B.f..ut.. Water Park St.St.,, or I mi.box I I':.Ill"' 30'1 Stark.' b.lk-. ,( dresses crowns, ', I

54 T.,.,: .. Av.! lrnrlr.nlNci Up slip & robes, at STUMP'S.Mrs. .

FOIL. SALE: Hecnnd hand furniture I W J. Griffin, and Mm. BEEFROASTorSTEAKSIb.----------
:' P'sh w'lll lease willIJrandln.or Including .OE .refrigerator he.l., Innernprlnii.-btlr. E. L. Biggs and daughter, Sue, I - 39c
Berman perrange Mrs.i
chests. of drawer.. dl- spent Thanksgiving with
2tp 18-10, ..t. cabinet radio .*. brother. Col. O. W. Griffin

.'1'1"'tt t '.'...k'n''nlenees.FII''I.h', bedrooms' house Also|& bath Ire at eta I Price>......$4.&written.>Kverythlnn-i AM on to.be S priced every KM Hold Saturday to article.Kverythlnit Bell.,. i Bigg'v and tine.Mrs.Mrs. Griffin in St. Augus- I PIG PORK S-A-L-E: Sides, 29c lb. Shoulders 39c Ib. ''j

must I
\1 let,'. "' for .ale.' Sam Dell of Gainesvillewill .
hl Sark. ItYT ca.h and carry. ComeStreet T..rtn"l'
house on be the weekend guest of
'. hnn.e with 2 I lg.u door Ilardlntc east. of Buy St.. next ltpL.OHT Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilson. US DO YOUR SHOE SMOKED SAUSAGE Ib. 29c SKINLESS

. ','' |U"'n"$tnre' .w"2 '.mi.r- In.rrle F-. In or near t;"'M> Mrs. C. W. Savage and daughters WEINERS lb. -. 29c
to Id Illandlnir tll'ah'2tp Wed. nile woman* Yvonne and Anne, returnedto REPAIR WORK. '
12-10 I I pockabn kncontaining keys andome home in Jacksonville

RCSEItS t' all' %1'AITINGI! .Mr. A.change.W. Anderson Pi..... 8r.return. or dhltFOFt 10 to Wednesday their after a week's visit. Satlnfartlon Guaranteed! Tender BEEF LIVER lb. 49c H-A-M-S Ib. r
If "" natlon ad- I Bradford County Telegraph here with Mrs. Savage's parents - - 49C
'Sr'sram or w. ran prndure el"lnalor r"-I Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White, Sr. BIGGS & BAKER d
-/'lr farm, home. SALE: eefrtverator.
too sietlnn I more or guaranteed. Also. Al Mrs. White accompanied her 105 W. fall 8&. Starke, FU. (
'i. "Llvr ... el.. ".". a
your property 4-burner apt Jacksonville for a
to ...
I roll i Hprln"a. Inquire daughter - - - -
I IVK PA 1'13' *"ENCYV.; H I metal bed JoI....with Edith Van AUtl.nf.1Hampton. two day visit. I., _ _A_ _ _ _.. .,tr
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I t"i V 4ti m --- ------------ ------ named Court and cause, wherein Clerk of the Circuit Court, Bradford Ton I Koehler.. Plaintiff v.... I
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'' t served pie with. coffee.Bridlfp.Ltml'ht'On. Miami and Mrs. A. J. Mixon of t t. plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford I County Florida. Koehler. Defendant. Cane No. ) '
, 'ht' County Telsitraph'hall, publish this I I My Haven Crosby P. C. I ORDEH OF (' : !; '"li..
'i' Tampa. Hampton Order! In next four weekly issues.l W. U. Cone. Solicitor for P In'Inllr,. I AND NOTICE TO l
> State Farm ( Jlr and Mrs. Jimmie Brad'ei' witness my hand and official: 1 11.12t. 12-3 STATE OF FLORIDA to: ; : ;X
If r Members of the State Farm Jacksonville Monday to seal at Stnrke, Florida, this November I 'Ko..hlrr. whose residence. Ui: : ;' hR
Club had a seated lunch went to By Mrs. M. C. SweeneyPAhTOR 10 1945.OScri'IAr.4E.1i.1! 1---- .... County, Avenue T, Brooklyn 20, N. \ 1 !
Bridge .
Mra. Bryan WhltficLl' Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger ( : A.I. Thomas !(",
By Club visit! Klorlilnl In I hnnierj.Henry 1 You ar erequlred to appear
Community e Clerk of Bald Court
.. .. eon at the Mrs. Shelley Rosier returned A ny llnven Crosby l>. C. U Prldiren, I'lnlntlff. vn. cember 20 11148 In I the above '
of last weekIn and wherein ar
Building Wednesday ORIIAIXED Vlvlnn l.eKKettw I'riduen defend Court cuu e L1
Thursday from North Carolina T. Frank Landrum, Stark. Florida | ,
+ divorce. Bradford ,
l'' I Community Club Meeting celebration of Thanksgiving. where for about six weeks! she Rev. R. C Gray. new pastor Atty fur rif. 11-12 4t lf-3 ant.Order Case of Publication No.: !9 43. findullre <.. >h shall t publish thla\" i
ptI Club met Tuesday The centerpiece of the beautifully I I''I..k."t four weekly I....""... I
The Community: 'visited 1st. Lt. and Mrs J. R of the Baptist Church In Hampton % pueiteSTATK th'I.
table carried out In riwnlt ( ....... Klictith: Judl.lnlt OF FLOKIpV to: .... my nan': anrt .. .
I'' afternoon November 23 IndecoratlnR' appointed Jones In Fayettevllle and S-Sfjt was ordained to the ministryon 'brutn and. f..r llradford' CUUIIIT, VKlun LcBifette, Prlcliten, whose res- ''''HI Stark, Florlc, thin 1:
I $ for the occasion the the seasonal theme and was of and Mrs. O. B. Thompson in Thanksgiving Day at the Buf- |.'Iur'''.. In t Imnoery.rrille 'elenc'In.1 address last known is l. I 14, 1941.OFFICIAL. ,
.i beauty. Lovely blossoms \ llnrnnnl. 1'lnlntlrf. \ e. John 71 So< lety' Street I I'hailnHton 8outh ( 8EAI ) AI. ; ; ,
flower committee artistically emphasized exceptional Raiford. Mrs. Ronipr's\ visit with falo Avenue Baptist Church In II. llarnnril. llefenilnnt. ItltOKIi. ,:. Carolina: Aa O erk of said ahov":1.; i ,
4 the Thanksgiving motif were noted In the ClubRoom her relatives at that time was |In Tampa. At present Rev Grayis 'I'UK WT1IH OK Pl.OIIIItt 'I Ml Yon, am hereby renulred to appear nv Haven ('r..bo H. C I ,.:!(
John II. llurrmnl, residence ,, In the alioveinnmed 1 't
where the games were un on IiHci-mber 11. 1HS! Charles R. HeMh 20 -05 ,
a f. with arrangements of fruits and I second order to welcome her infant a student at Stetson University known. Court and cause, wherein J.lr.Ilcht... JackKjnvllle. Kin. I J'b
t flowers amid native greenery. played. High high grandson James Richard Jones2nd Deland where he enrolled It IK hereby Ordered that youare plaintiff seeks divorce. TlrndfordCounty Atty. for Plf. 11-19 4t E!;
In contract recnilreil' tll on the 13th shall thin ad
were publish
winners appear Teli-irraph
I l' 'l: Mrs. Lawrence Dugger, President, prize P. D. Fancher and Mrs. J. Sgt. and Mrs. Thompson and serving several years in the day' of December A D. 1948 before Order' In next four. weekly I issues.Witness I ;;.-;;;. i ,,, ,, I '"n
business Mrs. SUP with the above entitled Court to the Bill hand and official INCIIKTIT nnti> i 'J
4 j' presided over an important their young daughter. Becky United States Army foreign my ,
I < 0' %'I"%, FLOltlllll IN \
C. Wallace respectively. The of Complaint for divorce filed airnlnHt Deal. at Stnike Florida this November ; ; RQ' !
't ) session. At the program former received hose and the lat accompanied Mrs. Rosier homeand duty in Germany. you In the above atyledouuHe. 10, 1941.oFFtr1AL t'eRv.: .. : I ; I
hour Mrs. A. M. Richarde gaveItt Sgt. Thompson returned to : and the Ilrtidford County T..I."lI'rH"h ( SKAL) A. J. ThomasAn I Pierce J. I'owem Jr. !, ) "
/ reading of "AeneasAfricanus" ter cards. As holder of the lucky while Mm Evangelist Bob Lang of Greenville I.. hereby ileHlirnated a. thanvwipnper Clerk.. of paid Court. France D. Power, Defendant I _
an enjoyable his post Sunday ; No. 6160.
: In which thla Order Khali flv llnven {
I Mrs. M. R. Holmes card In bingo Mrs. II. J. Kucera Thompson and Becky Sue remained S. C. was! the /guest speaker be publlMhed core a week fur fourcunxecutlva John J, }(" |., ft. AuguaoT'p'lV. ORDER OP ;\ ():
' Tom Conners were hostesses was awarded stationery. At the with at the Youth for Christ Satur- weeki.WlTNKSM t'n... )') ', ersonit I AND NOTICE TO -
and Mrs. .
'I ; longer/ stay .FLOIIIPA: (
my hand and th" Se.nlof { 11-12 41 12-3 STATE OF
conclusion of the playing a dessert tty :
I for the afternoon and Mr and bfraB Rosier. day night service. Rev. Lang thin Court nt ftarke, flradford D Powern, who 1J residence IH: | : < j,!
(\ course was served. has Just concluded a two weeksRevl'al Countv, Florida this the Kth day I'V <'UK'I II' (:;;! HI'. Crotonu Park EiiHt, Bronx. N. wMt)
I Mr. and Mrs. J. )M, Cox: and or November A. D. 194S. rniri, Ki.oitmti ."U'-OIl"1, You are required 1 fi to nr 0
;q; Accompanied by Mrs. C. J. i'Mr. and Mrs. Nichols of )Mor.t- Service at the Christian it OFF'H'rtoNAl..) A. J. Thomas I'Kill. December" 20 1948. I In the x ,
Church in Macintosh where a "llhl,
Johns Mrs. H. M. Richards and]I verde were dinner guests of Mr
number of Hamptonites attended
, f' FAR THEAVERAGE Jane Richarde attended the concert and Mrs. II.: II. Cox Tuesday.
and were much inspired by hismessagt's.
i presented by the F. S. U. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger):: )t'e reserue life ricl to 1 ,1e

: Chorus of Tallahassee In OcnU and Mrs. Ream Bradley and ST-:
n evening. Claude Johns, Lt. K. M. Silvernail left Saturday limit quarftities
Wednesday Clinton and Jack, of Jacksonville
} 4 TO 5 ROOM I for Camp Kilmer: N. J. aftera
I Jr. was a member of the Chorus, were visitors of Mr. and I Mm F +
weeks furlough at his homeat
I been those chosen
having among J. M. Bradley Thanksgiving Day
from the college glee club to Hampton Lake. He WAS accompanied :
Mrs\ Mlllard\ Hicks and POI1S
North Mrs. Silver-
t \\ E IIV1B I make a tour to various points In by '
and of Anniston
s the state. Following the perform nail and their little daughter '
; Ala. were guests of Mr. and Mis :.
\Vynn.vlio will sail with him
ance. Claude returned with Mrs. ...' ':
SUPERFLAME I Uicharde and Mrs. John. to spend I Dave Thornton last week. soon for Trieste. Italy where he ". "'11"" ..

I the Thanksgiving; holidays with Mr. and !Mrs Newton D. Tur-. will be on occupation duty. :,''0 /

his parents at their Kingsley ney and their daughters. P'Url Among the Thanksgiving Holiday -

Hr.4 Lake home In the Blanding di- cia Ann and Diana Jean, arrived visitors to Hampton were:

vision of the Farm. I Friday from Connecticut to visit Miss Betty Home, of F. S. U.,
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turney Newton -
Tallahassee Mrs. Marion Gnann
En route to their winter homeat ,
Delray Beach Mr. nnd Mrs. I' left Sunday for their new and children, Florrie and Jimmy
', HEATERS home in Dallas Texas while !Mrs! Mr. and Mrs. E.
I' Walter Gavin of Indianapolis, P. Griffin, Miss .
and their chlldrt'n111
Turney June Johnson Misses Jean and
Ind. were guests of Dr. and Mrs. ,
' IIRATFR H. J. Kucera from Thursday un- visit here In other Florida points Gaile Johns, Jacksonville, Mr.
I' until after the Christmas holi
til Monday. and Mrs. Onard Parker and son,
AND INSTALLATION! Additional of :Mr
days. guests .
Manassa Homestead Mrs. R. L. Dirt, Mrs.
and Mrs.
ONLY Mr. George ; and Mrs C. M.
Turney Satuidiy
R. K. Johns and children Bobbyand
children Celia and
and their ,
George Jr:, of Green Cove I were Mr. and Mrs. John P. Tur Linda, and Cyril Pickren of --'J:
ney and children of Jacksonville Gainesville.

,', f 84-95 Springs were Thanksgiving and their visitor H. M. Laye of Friends
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. are delighted/ to hear '
Seneca S. C., and Mr. and Mis
that :Mrs. Freeman B. Hall Is

Burns Either Kerosene!' or Stringfellow.Mrs.. H. M. Richarde, Jane and' Charles Fruitland W. Tumpy Park. and childrenof recuperating and expected home 'sss::
soon after a major throat ;
Fuel Oil Henry Richarde and Mrs. A. opera -
r Richarde Thanksgiving M'I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox and tion in Riverside Hospital Jack-

spent their daughters, of Live Oak. sonville, last Friday.Mr. .
with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch
SEE THEM: AT I and Mr. and Mrs. Enlcc Bradshav/ and Mrs. E. S. Skinner of
at Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Mr*.
Rltch were visitors of the Rich- and children of Penney Farms Cocoa have been recent' visitors Everyone in the family knows that mealtime it happy fime whl
were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. here.
ardes here Sunday. H. Cox during the Thanksgivingholidays. W. H. Griffin entertained a their food comes from Jitney-Jungle. So keep them happy end
During the weekend James
number of relatives and friends J and don't forget that it costs less to shop with
Phillips of Lawtey Charles Moon- 4t healthy, too, you vs.
Thanksgiving dinner guests! of with a bountiful Thanksgiving
of Starke and Leslie Sapp of
.v M.I Cor. Court & Madison ey Long Bridge *were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell were dinner Thursday of last week. I X04 4 You save money when you buy from Jitney-Jungle.

i Spencer Crews. Mr. and Mrs. A.V.. Anderson, Turkey .and_ all the trimmings I!
Phone 10 Starke,1)I Jr. of Starke.P. were from
enjoyed a large table
) Mr. and Mrs. J L. Williams

had as their Thanksgiving guests; S. Crews and Spencer Crews spread in the outdoors. Those attending -

,1)I Mrs. V. V. Flowers of Jacksonville attended church services at Long this affair were: Mr. and Ballard & BallardFLOUR

Mrs. Howard Sweating oft Bridge and visited Rev. and Mra.W Mri. Percy Griffin of Jacksonville Jungle Queen

I I G. Smedley in Lake Butler Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Maxwell

Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Johns and
--- ------------
-- -- son, Grady. Mrs. Wilson, May COFFEE lb. 39c
\ and Mrs. M. R. Holmes
1 and children, Mr. and Mrs. Rus- ,
had as Thanksgiving dinner
10 MAKE I guests Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Cole sell Dyal Mr. and Mrs. Roy / MILKI Plain or Self Rising
t10W 'HEM Ronrk and children, Mr. and Mrs.L. .
I II II II N4W WI I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cole, Jr., Jlmmie T. Johns and children, Mrs.

I Cole 3rd and Mrs. H.V.. Ellen Saxon and Richard Johns. Swans Down Cake Flour 1'\1.1.' CANS 5 B. 39c
Ross all of Leeaburg.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne and
Carolyn Bradley and Betty sons and Mr. and Mrs W. F. Crisco or Spry Shortening

I Williams visited Mr. and MM. May and children, Mrs FlorrieB. Sugar (Dark or Lt. Rro.) 3 f for 39c *

Reese Bradley and Mr. and Mrs. Brown and son, attended" the
IJ"1; ? W. C. Perry In Jacksonville from recent Ring ling Bros. Circus in Maraschino! CherriesWE

: w"" ; lad ea49Qh I Thursday until Saturday. Jacksonville last week. '
? Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hazen, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Alderman

h and Mrs. W. C Perry and their and children enjoyed Thanksgiving -
daughters and Mrs.\ Reese Brad- Day as the guests of Mr. and j

; ley and sons, all of Jacksonvillewere Mrs. Levy Canova at their Kings- A COMPLETE"' LINA OF 21c
/2 gallon
, 'i''i'I' guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. ley Lake cottage. }

,J t H. Williams Thanksgiving Day. Mrs. Anna Alexander of Jacksonville I

Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Holmes took has been a recent guest FRUIT CAKEMATERIAL

I :I their visitors, Mr. and Mrs. Jo- of Mr. and Mrs. Lacy I. Wynn.

J 1 1i seph Gibala and their son. Jerry, Miss Martha Horne and Junior A/

" I II of Washington D. C. to Deland Home spent several days last ALL BRANDS
week in Dunnellon at the home GERBER'SBaby
I Saturday. There the Gibalas visIted -
, I' other relatives before return- of Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Gay.

. Trouble Is Our Business Ing home with friends whom they Mrs. Lizzie Simmons and little Soap PowdersLarge Food

had accompanied to Florida. Mr. granddaughter, Linda Simmons

and Mrs. Holmes returned home of Chase City, Va. arrived Sun- FRESIIFRUITS
r. "
via Leesburg where they visited day for a lengthy visit with hereon 31c
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cole Jr. until Owen Simmons. I & 25c
3 for
I Sunday.Mr. Little Martell Johns, daughterof r
; Mr. and Mrs. L. A of
and Mrs. 11. G. Davis, Jr. "
Starke, with her !
WIRING of Gainesville were overnight spent Monday
grandmother, Mrs. Stella Collins. VEGETABLESFirm "
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. N.
: EXPERT ELECTRIC STOVE & HEATER REPAIRS North Friday. Mrs. J. Johnson spent the
p ; Thanksgiving Holidays with her Safety Matches
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Williams and
I daughter, Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux
: : their children James and Kathryn of Smith Lake.
f ESTIMATES FREE of Milton Red
Ii" and John E. WIU Mrs J. Recher, Walter and Ripe 3 for 25c
(Hams of Tallahassee have been
June Recher were visitors to
i J IDS WASHINGTON ST. with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams Jacksonville last Thursday. Tomatoes, 2 fib. 25c

this week because of the
.1' Verda Wall of Pompano .ar -
STARKE FLORIDA serious Illness of Mr. Williams. rived for few i
Monday a days visit
I i i Friends hope for marked improvement here. He ALL BR.NnSCigarettes
was accompanied his
,' Phone 131.J P. O. Hox 607 | in the condition of Mr. uncle B. Y. Saxon, who returned Large Heads Iceberg Number 2 Cans

: --- -=== Williams soon home after a two weeks visit
------ -
S-Sgt. and :Mrs Martin E Griner in South Florida. Lettuce, 2 for 21c TOMATOES
Jr. and their sons Martin 3rd. Mrs.. Ann R. left
-------- Guy Friday' )
and Harold are visiting Mr. and for Luke City to visit her

fi' 1 r) Mrs. M. E. Grtner. Sgt. diner ter. Mrs %V, M. Joplin. 1.79 Carton
Mrs. Griner and their dI\UKh// 2 for 19c
boys planto week she leaves for \Va Hunches Green-Top
leave for their ]
soon new homeIn
D. C. for a visit with her son

1,1" "D I Mrs.Little Rock. Ark daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I Carrots, 2 for 19c .

W H. Morgan: returned E. H. Guy before continuing onto ,

t Sunday from Hawthorne where Bloomington. 111. where she ,

she had visited relatives for a will attend the weddingof her PlantationOLEOJb.25c

{ week. oldest son John A. Guy to Miss : Red Delicious
Ii Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Jeanne Radcliff, on Saturday,
Mr\ *. I. burden were Mr. and Mrs.
; \ December IS. Apples 2 Ib. for
. 27c250's
II I George Lewis and their children Mr. and Mrs. Dan Perry Mrs. I

I ,!. and Miss Lunelle Durden of Jack- A. N. Avant and daughter Nancy -

IFI sonville. Miss Durden also spent and B. Prevatt of Bradenberg -

this past week here with her N. C. left Saturday after enjoy
of :
your parents. ing a visit with Mr. and Mrs. T.

0 Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Rosier J. Perry They visited Silver S-U-G-A-R Liquid
i 'lothett,1 = and I Oranges Dozen lOc
their children Judy and Springs and other points of .4

Randall of Lawtey spent the terest In Florida while here.In in-I
past weekend with Mr. and Mrs.A. STARCH

Make it a habit to check 1 C. Kirkland. 5 J

I 1t 'L your wardrobe for regular Mr. and Mrs. L. Durden visitedMr. flrrnlt ......t. Hrmlford Cnmnlr,! SWEET LB. 25c

cleaning. We will and Mrs. A. C. Carlton in florlflMt In 4 hMn<*.ry*
KUwuril :M. / Plaintiff. .
O'.Nral. V.
1 I remove spot4! and dirt Gainesville last weekend. No.MniKlo'D'.UH.Order O.. O'Nvnl Defendant Case I Potatoes, 5 tb. 25c 1 qt. 19c

,(, skillfully without: the ..( Puhllriitlon.. unit Notlr to
: I -;? slightest injury to the Recent BirthsBirths AintrnrST
.\TR OK KM till/ P\ tot
You'll be both
, material.
E :Maude u. O'Neal. whoa residence *
I J' ._..---r pleased and proud to announced at Shadycrest I.. unknown: *
You are hereby reqiilreil touppear,
s'1, ; ,,- wear them after our care. I Hospital: on December 13. 1949. In the above
.1'' T us for pick-up service Mr.\ and Mrs. Oscar Earl Grifof named Court and rau 0, wherein -
. i I plaintiff Meek illvorc lirnclfnrclOountjr
I t, t 'I L.call today. \ I fia Starke a nor), Bruce Irvin, Telegraph shall publish this
j yt r +t born 'Nov. 10. Order ,In next fnur weekly 4ssnes. \
t 'Wltnfc hand. 'and official iIN.OUR
., mr '
f ,i I r"l. :- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ray Battenof seal at IMnrke, Florida this November 'CHUCK Eij ;
Itt ) Starke, a daughter Linda Sue, S. !I"t.OFI"ICIA BRISKET
l. born Nov. 27. ( r. SEAL> A.I. Thomas
\. Clerk of Raid Court.
t L, PHONE 135 I Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Hv Haven rronhy, 1>. C.Zarh .

1; !, ROBT. 31' Green of Lawtey. a daughter, I' Hul lid log II.. I>ousli Jacknonvllle., IH1S-SOT, Florida Lynch" ROAST Round Steak BEEF

" Bonita Fay, born Nov. 27. Atty. for Tit. 11-11 4t 12-3

. GREEN fJleul Temple I In flrralt Co. .rt. Bradford ("...
ll1 Owner Ave I ToRelia > .. florid U In Hvnnett.< kaarerr.Annie .Plaintiff_ vii.Ueorae 35c TBone Steak 49c

S T. Ilennett Defendant CX'o ...
\ .. 894ft. 49
.. ..
M""Yt Order nl Pahltrdlon and :* tlr '
) AppenrSTATK LB. -
OF Kl.oltmA tot LBt /
Ill STARKE FLA. I : 666 George T Hennelt. Whone residence' I Sirloin Steak
t 4 1ii1c Carolina and address l : U: Tabor City, North

-- 111,10. You are' hereby required to Ib.
BIt IaNJT1 IMK ran MUM on December 13, IMS In the apP./u'l

I .

U' DECEMBER: ._ .. S, 1918 ___ '_ ..- BRADFORD- '-- COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAUKK._... ..nOUin.\' .-----. '. .. .. PACK 8.11i__-__' ,
p ; Christian Church St. Mark's Episcopal REVIVAL AT GRAHAM 1 I be held at the church on Wednesday I. I aunt. Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall. ; sllcctomy In Shadycrest Hoopltal I I

News I I Dec. 8, at 3 p.m. This will Donald hns received his discharge two weeks ago.

jljjrch COXfJKKOATIO.VM. Krv. B. E. Simmon, n. i)., Vicar Revival services will begin at be a business! meeting and all Pine Level] I from the service( at Fort Ben- Mr. and Mrs Owen McRae and

MKTiionisr ciinu Friday December 3 the Graham Baptist Church Mon- members are asked to be present. ning, Ga. and he and Mrs. Hall Mr.
Services every Saturday 4 Children's day night Dec. 13 at 7:30: o'clock. fly :\1.... II. M. :McRa I at the present timeIn son, Harley, were visiting
night, p.m. Choir rehears- are residing
Church 'I
ntist dunday morning and Sunday night, al.Sunday.. Rev. G. G. Lanter evangelist, will BTIT SOCIAL KNMOYKU e Gainesville. McHae'a parents, Mr. and Mra.

Pearl Harbor" Is 11 a. m. and. 8 p. m., at Congregational December 3 do the preaching and everyone The Young People's BTU Class! Rev. W. E. Hall was called to We are glad to know that W. N. A. Conner, at Lake Butler
.?J1'I"'b" Methodist is cordially Invited to come out held a social Friday night Nov. Sunday afternoon.
,. message this Sunnlornl" Church on a.m. Church School. Nursery, Orlando Monday to conduct the B. Starling Is very much Improvedafter
tIe at the First Bap- Brownlee Road. Rev. J. \\". Grif.I Kindergarten, and Primary and hear him each evening at I. 28, at the! Community Centerwhich funeral service of Julia Modell! being In an automobile Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick

K the Pastor. Rev. fls, Pastor. departments in the Service 7:30.: was attractively decoratedIn Gillis. 4-y far-old daughter of Mr. wreck one day last week. He Lain and daughter, Kathy, of Starke-
InMin o Center. Junior and Inter- -L. G. Hemingway Pastorcan'R1I a seasonal motif. Miss Frances Starke. were dinner guests of the H. M.
Haines. Seven yearsrpg9e0 and Mrs. Melvin Gillix of Johnson's Shadycrest Hospital,
"* 0 I PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS mediate In the Barry and Harry Edwards directed McRaes Sunday.In .
memorablewhen Departments
once that t OF8th GOD games for the 20 young/ Fish Camp near Orlando. Rev. and Mrs. Hall, accompanied -
.Tapnn began a war. 10th! St. and Temple Ave. Church. who Latein The funeral :was held Monday afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wm.
people were present.
A.i are reminded of Sunday School 9:45: : 11 a.m. Holy Communion and & 'St. Clair SU at 2 o'clock and Interment Halt and Mr. and Mrs. Philpot
a. m.; Morn- the evening! hamburgers were ClrrnN Court.; nradfor Cooatr.Florida .
ICior bthe date of De- Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic -,I sermon by the Vicar. This is Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor served cafeteria style. Adults was In the Greenwood Cemetery of Jacksonville were dinner guestsof I In Caaarrrr.Kr .
"fCThe :
directions p. m. Everyone clusion of our Every Member! present! with the young people Eisle l Wood, Ackerman, D r ndant.
I i muBi under the welcome Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. were Rev. and Mrs. Donald Martin parents she Is survived by a Milliard Saturday. Can No. 94.l..
.,. Ethel Biggs with Mrs. Canvass. It is hoped that Sunday Evening Service 7 p.m.Y. Cane grinding and hog killing: Ordrr ..( ....U........ ..* Pfotu'* t.
Rev. and Mrs Barney Andrews
every family will be in brother Leo and her grandmother Appear '
L canova. organist. P. E. Service Tuesday 7 p.m. W. order of the here STATE OF FLORIDA to! ;
and Mr,and Mrs. J. Thomas were the day
the Happy groups classes for all ages church that Sunday. Prayer Meeting Thursday 7 p.m. Mrs. Earl Goodman of Elsie Wood Ackerman, whose.
nday evening staffed with 73 teachers and Monday December 6 and Mrs. Paul Stewart. Starke. Rev. Hall was accompanied last week. Sixteen families were, residence l Is unknown.You .

I at 7:30: with the singof officers. 7:30 .
begins,: : p.m. Woman's Auxiliary AID CHILDREN'S HOME: to the funeral by Mrs. represented at the hog killingat are hereby required to appearon
congregational requested Training Unions meet at 6:15 meeting in the Service Cen- December 13. 1944. In the aboy."m.d .
the home of :Mr. and Mrs. .
I and choruses and played for training in church member- ter. All women of the churchare I Friday afternoon a group of Hall. Mrs Inez l Kelly: and Alton >> Court and cause, Bradford wherein
Geneva seeks divorce.
Lake plaintiff
children enjoyed! picking them
of Mrs. up pecans Lester Crosby, and among
L thisOrder
piano-organ-duo ship with unions Dobbs County Telegraph
for all ages: cordially Invited. weedy
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
The Miami. In next four limuen.
and Mrs. Mann. mes- Including adults. Thursday, December 9 Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hull and were Rev C. A. Crosby of
I By Blanche Cunningham 1. W. Thomas. The Thomases are Witness my hand and official I
I Pastor will be "Just Mid-week service 7:30 Miss Betty Bradley of Starke anal at Starke, Florida, this November
by the is held each : p.m. Cub program train- children of Jacksonville spent
'. giving the pecans to the Baptist ft, 1948.OFFICIAL .
an evangelistic mess- Wednesday 7:15: : with ing school in Service was a dinner guest of Shirley .
Am the PastorIn the Children's Home for Christmas.We Thanksgiving here with relatives ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas 1
charge.A Center. All parents Interested Mrs. Ida M. Gentry spent McRae Sunday. All Clerk of wild Court
hope to have a truck load Mr. and Mrs Carl Dobbs of Haven Crosby, n. C. I
nday School meets 9:45: : ; E. cordial welcome will be In the Cub Scout programare Thanksgiving day at the Metho- of stuff to send the home! In time Lake City were visiting the H. Mr. and Mrs B M. Myrick of riy Jo}. K. Perryman, Starke. Florida

... n. Jr Superintendent with found by all who visit these invited to attend. dist Children's Home at Enter- for the holidays. Those helping 1\(. McRaes on Thursday afternoon Gainesville! spent Sunday night Atty. for Plf. 11-13 4t 11-:1:

..zed departments for all age services. Tune in each Friday eveningat I prise. She was matron there a gather the nuts were Rev. and of last week. with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae. -

_._u___ I 8 o'clock to the Episcopal Radio I number of years ago and each Mrs. Donald Martin. Mrs. J. W. This saddenedto They had just returned from Or- In rlrrnlt Co..t. Rradford Coaatr.Florldai .
community was
------------ 1 Hour "Great Scenes from Thanksgiving since she has returned Thomas Mrs. L. L. Parker, Mrs. hear of the death of Mrs. lando where they had spent the Mitbel Ubln la Chancery Caldwell. Plaintiff vs.George .

I i Great Plays" over radio station to spend the day with Thanksgiving holidays accom- Caldwell, Defendant. Case
Paul Stewart. Miss Lubedla Pin-
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE 1"in f i Elizabeth Sargeant who died in 6947.
WRUF. the Mrs. Susie and No.
youngsters holster Francis and panied by Myrick .
Dyal. Mary I a Dado City hospital on Monday. I II Order of Publication and Notice t.
The church is open daily for Mrs. T. M. Finley and daughter Marcia K. Hazen. Shirley and The funeral services were held : Miss Mary Lou Alvarez. Appear
The Heart of Town And la The Hearts prayer and meditation. I Martha Sue and daughter- Clendu Parker, Carolyn, J. E. I, by Rev. W. E.': Hall and Interment Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick nenra-e Caldwell whore residenceand

of The People"A in-law, Mrs. Leonard Hamm, and and Katherine Hodge, Stanleyand I was In Brown Cemetery. are now residing one mile east of :I address Street. last Cohoea knwn. New III. 15 York* Champlain : -

At The Tabernacle baby, spent the weekend with John Green Katherine Harrell. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Graves Starke at the home of Mrs. Car You are hereby required to appearon

relatives in Tallahassee.Miss Jackie Barry, and O. B. Wynn. December 13. 1948, In the above .
the Tabernaclewas of Miami were visiting Mr and named Court and cause, wherein
Southern Baptist Church For AU People Thanksgiving at Aline Wagner, a seniorat Colson. Mrs. B.1McRae recently. We were pleased to hear that iieekfl divorce.publish : i
observed County
Thursday P. K. Yonge School in Gaines- 237 In the Sunday School Tel a r.'uh: thisOrder
Nov. 25, with a spiritual programof Rev. Barney Andrews has en- Clarence Batten of Starke la were YI In next weekly tinmen.Wltnemt .
School 9:43: ville, spent the Thanksgiving holi- classes at Pine Level Baptist hand and official
Sunday : Training Union 6:13 home from Texas my
recitations, of praise and tered the Baptist Bible InstituteIn on furlough
songs .
days with her parents, Mr. and Church last neat at Starke. Florida this November
Morning Worship Evening Hour 7:30: thanksgiving and special musicon Lakeland. We wish him success and was visiting his brother-in- Sunday.We 10. 1548.OFFICIAL .
trumpet accordion and violin. Mrs. L. N. Wagner and happiness in hid study. law and sister, Mr. and Mrs A. are glad to know that ( MEAL) A. J. Thomas
Wed. Mid-Week Snlce An Clerk of said' Court.
7:30 The young people deserve much Jacksonville callers Sunday Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Baxter of J. Fender Monday. Jamea McRae, son of Mr. and Hy Haven. Crosby D. C.

credit for the way In which the were Mrs. B. Cunningham and Baldwin were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hall spent Mrs. J. W. McRae, Is able to be John. J. Honderion, Esq., St. AugusoVpfe -,
:MORNING\ : "Remember Pearl Harbor" program was rendered.The ren.sons, Edison, Richard and War E. T. Stewart and Mr. and Mr. the :.weekend with his uncle and back In school again after a ton- AUY. a..* u i3.' I

Thanksgiving offering, as Paul Stewart.

EVENING: "Just As I Am""Mslt a love gift was sent to a memberof Mrs. Sue Myrick has returned
Rev. C. A. Crosby and Mr. and
the group who is a Studentin home after spending Thanksgiving -
Mrs. J.V.. Thomas attended
Bible School In Minnesota.At day and the weekend with !
church at Webster
The Church With The Vfoltlng Punter" the close of this part of the her brother and family in Or- I
invited lando. We are sorry to report that .
service the congregation .was -
Mrs. J. V. Edwards. Sr. is ill and
----oQt to the Annex (or Prisoner- Starke callers this week were

of-War Chapel) for a dedicatory Mr. and Mrs Ray Forsyth, Mrs. in the Alachua County Honpttal.

service of that building. This A. Carlson and Billy Rodkey. We wish her a speedy recovery.Mrs. .
V. V. Hazen and childrenand
meeting opened with the singingof Mrs. Agnes B. Lawrence ot i
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. SowelU
old hymns led by accordionand Keystone Heights and Mrs '
violin. Then the Sponsor after Blanche Cunningham were spent Sunday visiting Mr. and tJA/L01J.
Mrs. J. J. in Ocala.
a few remarks introducedthe Gainesville visitors Monday. Nipper t
Mrs. M. I. Ogden of
y Speaker for this occasion. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Chrisenberryof Pompano
z was Mr. and Mrs. R. T.
Prof. W. W. Finneren of Gaines- Deland and Mrs, Chrisenber- visiting .
McDavId last week.
ville, who brought an Interesting ry's mother, Mrs. Effte Duttonof
message and was followed by W. Valley Stream, Long Island, We are sorry that Bro. L. L.
Parker Is sick with the Flu and
A. Scott in a few brief comments.The were visiting Mrs. Ida Gentry
made hope he will soon> be able to be 8EA"S
dedicatory prayer was Friday.
3ta by R. J. Gomes. I Hunters from this section who out again. NAVY
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Douglas LIMB
I deer In the National ,
t'-E I were hunting R 3
: had as their Sunday guests Mr oY. '
CATHOLIC Forest last week were Gil- COST fRur tit'
4 and Mrs. J. K. Douglas of Starke. AS
Sunday Mass 10 a.m. bert Lamoreaux E. Stalllngs W 1 AS MUCH
Mr and Mrs. T. W.
Sunday School 11 a.m. Rabb, and Richard Cunningham.Better Markey 2'2%
spent Thanksgiving day In Way-
F luck next time?
Week Day Mass 8:30: a.m. I II
Ga. J. M. ..
cross visiting Markeyand
a -Father John O'Dowd Pastor, Mr. and Mrs R. E. Bush of
Twin Lakes Lake Park Ga.,
Mr. and Mra. B. H.
Church Of ChristBible .were callers In the home of Mrs. Hardin.
Rex Hardin, Doyle Hardin and
,42t / Odl Gentry Tuesday. Mr. Bush
V f \ School 10 a.m. Sunday Is a conductor on the Southern Bryan Parker of Jacksonvillewere '
dinner guests of E. T. Stew- '
Church 11
a.m. Sunday Railroad. His division terminalsare
.. art and Mr. and Mra. Paul Stew- ,';'
Evening Service 7:45: p.m.-Sun- Valdosta and Palatka. ,I r'r
art Thursday. F .j .' ,

MORE) PLEASE JayBible Study Is every Wednesday . . Rev. and Mrs, Donald Martin
and Miss Lubedia Pinholster I
at 7:45HowTo: :
You can help youngsters build strong, sturdy I BrookerBy were shopping In Jacksonville "

bodies if you give them plenty of GUSTAF- Monday.

SOVS: milk. It will mean more vigor more RelieveBronchitis Helen Barry Mr. and Mrs R. A. Colson and

health and better bones and teeth. And it daughters of Starke were

will delight to see them enjoying THANKSGIVING PROGRAMThe Thanksgiving dinner guests of
you every
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson.
glassful of its delicious, creamy flavor.. To Brooker Baptist WMS John W. Plnholster was visitingRev. rJI'YOJI

get milk that is extra-rich in flavor and in Creomubionrelievespromptly becameic presented a special Thanksgiving G. E. McCauley Palatka

quality, order GUSTAFSON'S milk TODAY. goes right Co the seat of the trouble program Wednesday night, Sunday.Mr. NEWS
and laden Nov. 24. The devotional was con-
to help loosen expel germ and Mrs. Billy Crosby of
TLEPIIONE GREEN COVK SPRINGS 2312 COLLECT phlegm and aid nature to soothe and ducted by Mrs. Beulah Harrell Lake Butler and W. C. Crosby 000 +-I

FOR DELITBRF.GUSTAFSON'S heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial and the program was directed by were dinner guests of Mr. and 1
mucous m mbranes.Tell your druggistto : Mrs. J. W. Thomas. The church .1
Mrs. J. W. Thomas Thursday.Mr. .
sell bottle of .
you decorated with
DAIRY with the understanding: you must like was holly and and Mrs. T, W. Markey, I
After the
the way it quickly allays the cough: roses. program a sup Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Baxter and ELECTRICITY'

PHONE 2tl2 or you are to have your money back. per was served at the Community Mrs. Roy Green were In Gainesville '
Center. A large crowd attendedthis
Green Cere gfeirisHM, Florida CREOMULSUONforCoughsChestColds enjoyable event. Friday.Mr. PRE.WAR
and Mrs. B. F. Hazen and IS ?, OVER 1
SERTING STARIII DAILY ,Bronchitis The next WMS meeting will
children of Gainesville were

Thanksgiving guests of friends ONLY r/o

and relatives. 5mRK i


8'Ila7'9 itfs'. rsr Sfl'.rifT"HURRY" .
I IN A 1J3 New River ." .f.fJ

oLOI "eS I: i


I34' I2'7' u n'7', IZ'7'I!I a a .

n Rev. Fred Dodd filled his regu- .

lar appointment at Long Bridge

Sunday. A large crowd attended.Mr. !

Suggested Floor Plan and Mrs. Norman Wiggins: ,. / ."

Mrs. Roy Snauss and children of

Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. 'G !

Sapp of Lake Butler, Mr, and ; "'!

.. wr Mrs. Floyd Wiggins and Mrs 7
Rosa Pinholster enjoyed a picnicat -- : .

r I 4 .11 c 'jr Long Bridge Thanksgiving Ay\, J

.11 day.Dinner Q1,1"6 ?
r I. guests of Mr. and Mrs. I

III Jay Moody Sunday were Mrs. ,

Ada Kelly Wayne, Collidge and

Grace Kelly of Ralford! and Jon-

,P .. ." nle Francis Crews. 2II1I'
.x' Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Sapp
4 J.>
and daughter, Kay, of Gainesville -
:. .; .. ...
; .
"'7'-, .. visited Mr. and Mrs. Ethan

Vf it Sapp Pierce Thursday.Crews and eon. Spencer, ?
you can really own a home of your own for a full I 1"IVIfO
price that is I Vtr. and Mrs. Gurney Crews and
no more than the usual down !
Tttink Carolyn, Bobo Crews and Miss
v.hat this means MANY OTHER MODELS ii
no mortgage hanging over Virginia Ingram 'of State Farm ,
y.ur head no more monthly rent payments. Here attended
Church at
Long Bridge :
"TT home y" ca* caD your own! TO CHOOSE FROM Sunday. .AIOR6 D '

.The Leader" is an eye-appealing, cozy little home that i 4 We sympathize with Mr. Mea

a inexpensive to furnish, easy to heat and economical Sample hornet 3'f now on display 'or other models with dows Anderson upon the death of INSULATORS which cost $1.15

I. keep up. The quality of materials is unsurpassed be. 1150 feet of fooi! his nephfcw, J. H. McDaniel of D
up o square sp.icc. Impzct tS"rri Texas before the
cause it has been GOVERN. on Nov. 25th. Mr. and Mrs. war, now cost $2.31 .
fabricated from SELECTED
JoU-t'T: : yourself and ice tHc quality, seasoned m.teri.il which Anderson attended his funeral e

-eet= rigid BUILDINGS which have l been constructed to tfch home contains! which was held In Barbervllle, up 101%! '
Federal building standards. Fla. last Monday. /yj pR E

Tatierior walls inch Miss Jessie Lee Laarnby and

BUILDING MATERIAL mother, Mrs. Rhoda Dowling of and
I. Gainesville were visiting Mr. and even increase is temporanj.

** floor : Mrs. Fronie Crews and Mr. and Base rates are actually much lower +
is of 1 inch T&G over 2 x 8 joists. A fresh Pioc andElectrical Pli muinr; Futures than
Mrs A. P.
east' of pan* i, applied to the entire building and a Fixtures Artie Fans Moore on Thanksgiving. pre-war. But due to adjustments made

'Cgeste floor plan furnished to guide you in complete k'
i III( the intettiot.ME necessary bg the abnormally high price

it as Camp the Blanding today t* see "The Leader," as SEASONED LUMBER '"Guoronteed, tt10 11YM00OLLY bys'/ FIOJID1 POLY 1kHT COMPM of fuel oil and other increased costs,' t '

entire street of model homes now on display. the '
TIME jood price kilowatt-hour '
"en Monday Thru Saturday 8:00 A. M. To 5:00 P. M... CLOSED SUNDAYS Housekeeping .., ,.." average per ,
paid Ig our residential customers is

ARMY I CAMP 1 WRECKING CORP.BLANDING 71 ALWAYS POPS temporarilg up 1% compared with, 194L ,



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-- KrrkK divorce. tlruriford I Iin Cnnrt. pra.I ei.rjt'.su.Iy, '!'... AnnmrUTATH -
; t j'' 'p - fart that The 1918 Ittof..rll Christmas Tree r.-l.-Kniph shall. puhllnh. thin County Ordv'rIn Klnrlilai Clri-Mlt In t haucrr9.Isaiuc'lle .. !' OK ....011111 \ tol log adttl. | .,. =--.
4 } Record been a touchdown. Sept. 23 .New berry O. BHS 20 ( next four Weekly IHHUCH.Vltn 1 l.lndon. Plaintiff, vn Louis'IJndin. Harvey I.'. :Miller whiwo reHldence Ntai'h.''hf' [Jo' I'"
t :. Tornado Conner was placing! safety mAn I 30 Seabreeze 10 BUS 6 Made Of Plastic % <>*H my hand ..nl oftll.I..I..1.. I IN-fondant. CumN"; 7 "<>4.Order and, address U.: 193S K. Tremor. of ,lh said. i :. V I I'
' the time made tit" fat aU the Sept. u Mtarke. Florida, thin .Devemliers. Of Publication .,.1.1. 'otlue'lji Avenue care Olive, Uronx. A ew "......r,1 i Better Than Expected at Oct. -Palatka. 10. BHS 0 1 II'! 48.IUKKICIAI.. Appear York: ,, ,
: remarkable. No one has yt I SPJ.M.) A. J. ... I .. 'r J: I
more Oct. 15- -XVville 18 BHS 0 ThonissAs I MTVI'M OK Fl.011111 l You are required to appear on I ti1.1,,., .
l <( t Oct. -Monticello r fHaven: Cronliy n. c. nddre, IHNS40. 1'ard Street. Ja,11I..1. Court and cause, wherein: plaintiff: t. I i. VVI .V
here he was. when he was. 6. BHS 2"< James II. Hunch. 202 Law Kxehnnir .. seeks "
to play i Is a source of great Oct. 29K. Yonge New York: w divorce & reHtnratlon ofmaiden
years Itullillnir. JekonvIile. ,
with ,
Graduation will play hnvoc Leo 20, BHS 6 ... Florida 1 You are required. to appear' on name. Orad ford County
Ha- 5St.
consolation to Coach Hobbs. Nov. \11" fur rif. j".3 .
41 12-24:
t 4 t 4( ,1 zen outpaced all Tornado opponents the Tornado A Squad this sprn- Nov. 12-Lake Butler 0. BHS 27 |'(.r.iiiuary and a. I I.tt caune), I In, wherein the.. above plaintiff n"m..1COllrl In.I..r..l.h next four hall weekly publish 1"14.Vltn..a this..... Order

this season hitting his receiver claiming 13 men--8 of the start Nov. 10--Lnke City 0, BHS 0 In rlr.-ul. ipiart. llrndford. Count). oeekH divorce & fiiHlodr & rontrol \ mv hand and official M."Iat W.T.
But Coach Hobbn 35 Kl..rlilni In fhaneerr. ..f minor child. tlradford CountyiTeleRraph Rtarke Florida, this December
lineup. re-I 7. BHS
' at least 7 out of 10 tries ing Nov. 24-Green Cove ICJwar.l H. Hurhorxt, Plaintiff VH. nliall publish. this Order 1, 1K4JI I
one of the most notablo performances fuses' to be downhearted and I KR.h..rlll.r: Ilurhorat O"f"nd..nt. In next four weekly IMBUBH.my (OFFlCIAt[ SRAt.) A. J. Thoma I$ IT RIGIIT'
not asa No. 'TOO!' "
turned In this st-nxon pects his practise of playing sub Financially. the season was I Order Of Puhlleittlnn I I Witness band and official Heal' I All Clerk, of said Court. IT RIGHT; '
1. stitutes throughout the seasonto so hot" because of weather Interference '1'.. Appear And \utlrrBTATH lat Starko, "Florida this I'tc"mb..rII. Ry llnven: Crosby, 1). C. TrUE1): MV\
was that of Carl Johns, promising It Two or 19-IS. 4L big dividends when with gate receipts. .0IClII' % tolvittherlne Florida 1IIC'II IS PIb,
9th grader who played good pay to M. Ilurhnrnt. whose reKlleme i tOKKIt'IAb !>IF.\L) A. .1. ThomaiAH AttyH. for Plf. 12-3 4t 12-24 Tlli's : l'
defensive ball all season ind also comes time to fill those holes early season home games I and addreHH l I.: rnknown: Clerk of said ('. ( F. 'w tORE nRI
) next fall. By that time too the be played out of town becausethe I You are reiiulred to appear on ivy Haven Crosby, I'. C. .II"I'j .\ 4)Vl.II.IVNotice : 0.LL Tiip
4 :: clicked on the offensive In the too lanuary a. 1949. In the alxive named' Frank Landrum.. Sla'.'.... .' .. I IH hereby given that tho .J\t Ii.t:
: squad will be more used to the athletic field here was Court and wherein ... undersigned. are poSited In business QI'KNCYWe : \\1): D
Green' Cove game. With thrse cans" ,plaintiff IT. fur Plf. l2-i:! 41 13-31 '
t f ; T formation which he substituted wet for use. Of the three remaining seeks dlvorro. llradford County under tlie> fiN itiuii.. name of Wh,Is- TIlE UNITED: DJ\'ORI(
more years to play. hn Is a d..flnIte this season one was I relvwraph shall, puMlxh thin Order .In Clrnlt (.....;t"i.I'R.UU.." Cuiiiil),''perlnir Pine Tourist. Court & Whin ST.\TEs:.
Wing home
bright spot on the Tornado for the Single games In next four weekly IHKUOH.VltneKH 1 .'I..r' and he feels that the record will played in a rain that kept most \ mv hand and official enl Althea illreHl.I Plaintiff, v....
: .. horizon. be as good or better than this fans away. and only two wt're' III I t4tnrke. Florida. this. l>",','mto..r. Joseph llretil. I efendant.. Ca0e No.
... George Roberts, a senior and yes r's. favored with good weather Even ( I>SKAL ,\. J. Thmna% iTUIU.tlrdrr. Of .'abU..II..nn.1 :>it..lce I I
fashioned Institutions '
: dependable 'mrnado center recorded will at that Coach Hobbs thinks tht'y'l t Even such old A" Clerk of HHl.l Court. '.'.. AppearNTfrK
the most playing time, of I I Tornadoes who graduate had as Christmas trees are *v Haven CrnHliy n. C. < I !' : Or* .'Lt""" t... Il!
but he
\ i Dan Priest, George Roberts. I "about broke even", T Frank IwinOrinn. ytnrlce, Florida.ttjH ,. Joneph jlreKt I whnht) renlilencu. andaddrenH l Ship Anywhere
tj member of the squad ;J9 J( : are: athlet going modern. Witness above; ona Sr., (t.i
4 .* 4 any hoped to cut down on the \ for I'lf. i3 4t 124. IH rare" .I..ph. hired '
4 out of a possible 40 quarters. :! George Wlnkler. Kenneth Gilder carried-over In of several lovely trees fashionedby ..., 844 jo'lu"hlnll'v..nll.. llrooklyn.
ic department's from In Clrrult' Court, llrndford County, New York: :
Park- Starke
11th d" -I I Carl Edwards Francis WV Brown of q
Glenn Conner. quarterback
grad debtedness.The h-lorldnt In < hnnrrrr.lohn < You are required to appear on FANCY
played gool: Uofepsive i j hurst James Phillips Spencer Coach expressed great appreciation piastlc, and which are currently I I.ilrew., Plaintiff. v 11. I<...ntlOr..w. \. January: 8. U:>4!>. I In the above I, named !I GIFT BOXES
Pute Vernon CroMI leading Jacksonville ( llefendunt. (.'".... No. 700S.. Court and i CHUMS, wherein Plaintifface
bail nnrt accounted for one of Crews Sapp to the School Board decorating a Order Of Publlrntlon" And ...itl-. kit divorce & cli's tad y & controlof
the most spectacular nays of by Drew Reddish, Owen Mall, for arrangements which peimit- department store. Mr. Brown 'I',, A|.|ienrrriTM minor. child' flrndford CountyTelegrtlh OR
M Starke's hide I and Lewis Halnes who was p-it who is also doing a thriving bus- : OKl.l>llll> \ tot : shall rio lIisii t his orderIn I II" BASKETS
the season saving ted two busses for use In "Santa' drew whose reHldence, ananddrenn next four weekly InHueH.WltneHH !
4 tti ; in the Monticello game by recovering out of the running early In the porting players to their homes Ineso.. fl carved plastic Jewelry, ,IM.: Unknown: mv hand and official Heal
with an Injured arm. One to expand plastic tree business \ou are reiiulred to appear on, at SlHi-ku' ., Florida, thin. UeueinberI .
when Montlccl player season the af plans
a In
I, after football practice fanuary :3. Ilt4! In the above named 1!>4OFFICIAL<
fumbled as he crossed the .. B Squad member John Klein, ternoon. "Many of our best play- by next season and con- Court nnd cause, wherein plaintiff! ( SKAI) A. J. Thomas 1 I Indian River Tree-Ripened f Fnii
goal line for what would have also graduates. the Coach templates a wide market .for the xeekH dlvorc-c rtrndford County: I AH. Clerk of null! Court.Hv : .
tt : ers lived out of town. Teleitraph, Khali l puhllxh l thj .Order Haven Crosby t>. C. I
said "and it would have been I I novel ornaments. In next four weekly l Issues. i T. Frank I.iiivli'inn, Starke, Florida..AttyB. i Now Taking Orders for Christmas/
,I WltneHM mv hand and o"lel..I.,1. for, Plf. 12-3 4t 13-24 i 1 Ddit
Mrs. Janie Avery announces that she (impossible for them to remain .*' iMV1 1 *"' Florllla' this| | K'cemberOFFICIAL I (
for practice without some means :Military Rites. I I In Clrenlt, (....;;. llrndford ('i.nnt.Ilorlulil >, MARTIN
( [ "SRM.' A .1. Thomas In IhsnerrY.Josethiie PRODUCE
4 j has moved her Inn back to the former of transportation home. This consideration ToBeHeldFor A" Clerk of mild Court.. Coffrv Miller Plaintiff, N. Temple Avenue CO
of the 'fv' Defendant.
1, on the part H.iven Cronby I) c. VH. Harvey F. Miller starke, Florid
skin" I T. Frunk; Lfln.lrum, 8tarke, Florida Cae.N:o. 7002.Onler ( (
, location Oil North }Valnut Street. School Board saved our I; Sgt. CrawfordMilitary Altyn. for I'lf. 12-3 4t 12-24 Of Publication And :Noticen. ,

lufn..yaTn.....>I.'l'I..Ma11_man VVN...n .....N......N_..... .V.... _.h ..:.1A1'1 N ...r,. V.... _
rites for Tech. Sgt. ,..' '__ ..
"1 : Young Men Who 1oI..IoI'WfIIlJ.-v; .. "WQf1) .ujwj w *'
Sceber (IBuckl) Crawford who wa* .._... ... .... ti'V .
: I .... .. ... .. .
: i "" .
-- ; .
ikt1 t I Join Guard Are killed In the Battle of the BulgeIn ; "'t< :
... .... SVt '
-w >> Ir
reL.l' 7 ; '.M"'w.. :;;<'.!. ;.'{: ?:f.r{ i}:i ,. '....
Draft the European Theatre. Dec. C1; '" r. '> ;: -;;'.;',''''' .
Still specializing' in chicken & I Deferred By .<, .. :.. .; "
; 'if4 ;J't''y.:
' 25. 1914 will be held Sunday afternoon ; .,:, .
I ; 7.A .. : .SI
.r >( .n} t
dumplings on Wednesday Cnpt. Hugh 11. Ingrnm, company at 3:30: o'clock In the __JJJV
/ ,, commander of the local National Midway Church of Christ between r V 't-
t Lake Uutler and Provi :
.4 OuaVd mils attention to t
Featuring hot biscuits: fried chicken V I
,I/l/ tVi.1I1. ,.,... ,'" I the fact that Governor Culdwrll I dence. .
home made desserts! and regular I: recently Issued a pl'oclamatlonl I Crawford was well known' in !i( : _

, ... I providing that "Any person who Starke and had many friends _
i, ; i : dinners and lunches.:' prior to attaining the age of' here having been a. bookkeeper

: IS years and 6 months, enlists at the Denmark Furniture Co. tLt

ik Special ChildrenPlates! or accepts appointment In a NationAl I, for three years before entering;; & : : ;

Guard unit shall be deferred the service in February 1912.,lie -7o2ET :

iiPdL from training and service I j i served with a Glider Company 4

.- under this title so long as he of the 101st Airborne Division.\ .

1 I I continues to serve satisfactorily I I|I He Is the son of Mrs. Daisy

SEE THE NEW as a member of such organizedunit. 1: Crawford of Midway.Basketball t
4 I I
j It has been determined thatno Drill ; !

unit of the Florida National 1J41 fili

CALORIC GAS RANGES Guard can maintain Its required I Begins Monday -(/. _. I

strength by the enlistment or f ".-.
BHS Coach Jimmy Hobbs an- .. I
appointment of veterans or per .J/I
nounced that basket- 'i ,. NIT, \\
' AT ROSIER'S sons who are not liable for train yesterday ". .."'';\>;'"" <> ti' "2" ,
! ball practice will start Monday.The i;$ :!t'i.i.i Ci' "(;41..r. .
ing and.service. under the Selective ; 'j!" I
schedule has not yet been I >:" .'" .. : ." ._o ''f" ""m: f ;"t ., .,... \
Service Act of 1948 and it Hobbs y. ,'1.?.,...."*::1":;., but Coach
is therefore necessary that those completed. .... .
to be able to
hoped play several
Individuals enlisting or accept- ,4.ft < <9< < < < <
: Easy Terms games before the Christmas hol! tftThey .
ing appointment prior to attaining tJ ......

,1 1 'c ', 20 Percent Down the age of 18 years and 6 idays. Drink 'from the Bottle and g .,
months be deferred from train- the
subsequently reassigned.to
Ing and service under the Selec- 405th Bombardment Squadron at Wet Their/ Diapers 0 .

Up to 15 months tive Service Act of 1948 and retained Itaml Air Force Base on the main II

iea i fr a-- in the unit so long as they Japanese horn Island off Honshu.I. DRINK' AND \ !

1 to pay balance! satisfactorily perform their du ,1tt. _
l. e1 ties.Under Circuit..Court.I'knneerr.' BradfordFlorldnt ..c."".',. -5r UWET DOLLS AUTO'.TRANSPORT
t i the provisions..of a circular I .
;! I I .I In., .H. Hulllvan. Plaintiff v". Lou
Just issued by Adjutant''Veda. Sullivan Defendant. Case 3))o, i v,
: ; General Mark W. all 7000. V l.OO.ath 229 CELLOPHANE WHAIH
BUTANE GAS Lance Individuals
; _______-1---- I Order 01 Poklleatloa And 5.iIcF. A f
enlisting or accepting Appear C
--r- AND commission In the Florida Na- STATBOK K..O.\. : toi"*- V net UttJ dull-they drink Looks JuSt Uke \he bla: f 89c
tAU Veda Sullivan whose reside.ce .
t ad wit D87"re'>ll incliM '
& pau.ngel'ear
APPLlAN'CESr'L tional Guard prior to attainingthe lit unknown: ",, V.' 11.11" Bas 2 Lovely for a windo In

T age'of 18 years and 6 months I You are 3. 1949.required In the to abov app..llrJanuary named, on 4 talL ........ bodels an4 2 metal rinS. re4l inp. It1 twain icbV

are eligible for consideration for Court and mime, wherein plaintiff W in dlam t.'.

t classlCl.catio'n'. by the Selective Telearuph neeka 'divot'shall''''. puhllun Bradford thin Courtly order J Cl C| <3> Ct*-
'i ,. V.U Service local board into Class In next four weekly lHut. V ..
> 1-D provided they are not eligible -I I Witness. my hand and official Neal It Actually P1ttYd': .t. ..V ... ". V -' Crying Voice.;.
: GAS'CO. at Starke, Florida thin Novuniber -" ,
; ROSIER for. classification into a lower 30. IMS.. V V Shouldt'av.On. Eyes That Movt..
class. OFFICIAL HEAD A., J. Thomct P A
A* Clerk of said Court. ., Beautiful LasheiJ
tYt : try Haven CroKhy. I). f. ," u. \V\ FOLDINGDOLL :
: Phone 193 Slarke. Fla. :-.arh 1C. DniiKlan. 605-507 l.ynih V : I
NEWS ABOUT flu I lid I III""'. .lacknonvllle.I Klurldit' tc .t\ What mon
AttyH. for Plf. 12-3 4t 13-24. .
MEN in SERVICEPvt. tp.- 4 ts'M jJ would she wow
In CircuIt (...0... Brndfurd County, "

k !:: Bruce Maswell 18-year- 'I T.r'lorldni VV. Aydlett In, I'hjtnevrr., I'lulntlff.' v... Vlr.Klnlu 329'11TKEY: \c 11.95 r .

t ; old parachutist son of Mr, and Ne PhllllpH,. 7008. Aydlett llefendant.CaHe 9' \ Body and hood are covered with
c I IGit'e Mrs. W. H. Maxwell of Hampton I Order Of Publtenllun And Nut.Ire PLASTIC PIANO N simulated leather. Baa foot i I
I .
entered the in 1947 To App... A beautiful plastic r
6f Army May : pro- brake: ,
5'I'\TK Or' .'M"'"'I 6.iVIrlnia rubber tires and plated
; auction of modern Bab
; << Her A $10M Creme at MacDlll Field near Tampa and PhllllpM Aydlett. whose re- Or a ) hub capo. '
completed his Infantry basic nld. "iice lant. known It* III Charles nd. Has 17 keys: and
6s Avenue, Highland I'ark, Norfolk play sharp and flats.
<< Permanent And Get One training at Fort Jackson S. C. County. Virginia: p .. 8 J ,,
t in July 1047.) Pvt. Maxwell received You are required h..t appear onJanuary D -4
3. 19Id In above named V V
; FREE ForYourself his Airborne training at Court and eatme wherein plaintiff -----C II A Marvelous Gift .
J1 Fort Banning Ga., successfully n.....k.. divorce. Hrailrord County &' : r ,- __ V -. '
Telegraph shall. publish thin OrderIn '
completing It In September 1917 next four weekly |1"14". L',!!!==g=z U Dormeyr 'Pow.r Ch.f" JA
to receive his wings and becomea Wltneixi. my hand and official Heal
s / after mak at Mtnrke, Florida, till g MIXER AND JUICER
For qualified paratrooper 1. 19U. 9 Color
'i TheHolidays ing' five training jumps. toFl.1CIAISICAL) A. J.0"1'1

c Pvt. Maxwell Is currently work- I !IN Haven Crosby An .Clerk, I>. of C.! .... i. ;-iiit; iit 29.95 BABY DOLL

) : ,", Lag In the Regimental Band assigned John J. Henderson E"'I.| SaintAiiKUKtlne
) to the Medical Detachmentof Klnrld.i, Her body 1$ i
: the 311th Parachute Infantry .\IIY". for Plf. 1J-S 4t 1224In /1 J Takes over every whipping and soft and ,9

i' J Circuit ('..n..t. llradford ('......,. The Tourist 3-Way ".. besting job, does it; faitar does cuddly and
as a trumpet player.
: A $21 ValueS' ;; Ollle Klurldai. C. In llerndrtn h.nrerr.IMnlntlff.. v... PORTABLE ', It bitter! A gift with a liletim.V her are compos head, It ami!0 Do BeHtW"*
f'harleH P. Herndon Defendant. Cane
if Pvt. Philip J. Aspinwall, son : 59.95 of serrlc .
Ii. No. 6!'79 P : 17 dreised.f
W't of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sweet of Order Of l-iihlleiitlnn And MotlreTfk .B
For $10.50 / Green Cove Springs and a former V Appear Plays OD AC DO house cnr- r.t\.r.
i ; J MTtTR Or Kl.Olllltl tai ... rent or latteries. Feather
student at BHS Is now serving Charles! P. Hernrlnn. whose renldence weight. Brown plastic. IJt
with the First Medical Squadron, I In: .SOil Hell Mead Avenue,
North Went Atlanta Ueorla
) Si First Cavalry Division on occu- > You are required to appenr on VV\ VVV f "T'S A WHOPPER'
,1 % nation dutv in the January :.1 1)49.! In the above namedCourt
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TOkYO-YOkO'1 *11,4 i cauHe wherein. plaintiff
} YES That's Right! Bring a Friend hama area in Japan. | Jt
Pfc Aspinwall enlisted for service ,

And Get A F-R-E-E Permanent! with this famous unit last AUTOl.OBILELlABtLITY / V

4ti i July and expects to continue his INSURANCE 0 p G.nral Mills Tru-H.at S
I education under the Army "; { ;
not It I.
Although compulsory Qn.
cation program with a view ) ELECTRIC IRON
tom business career.lU-1 much -'eto carry LUbllitjInsurance. Cameo tf iI .
g I J preparing I represent' only old ,
i : I SPECIAL ON UNTIL DEC. 24th TABLE 7.95 Q li/r\V ,
; \_ a Escort Sergeant 1st Class Carl line reliable stock companies. RADIO U V
t Your business will be Does the iI
appreciated. Smart P job quicker and
W. Brown of Rt. 2, Starke was 21 95 whit
V WORK DONE BY EXPERT SENIOR OPERATORS the recipient of appreciation and plaitte. Antomatlo better so yon The can back Iron in is tapered di ,
1, thanks recently expressed in a its W. Call Street oontroL Built-in Tolume rection. Can't o.erhl"a '. /
; REBA MELSON, LORRAINE CHAMPION, wife of Bradford Co. Telegraph loop an- 5' ,
letter from the a staff sergeant Opposite '- a. Beata on Ita aide.MONO. I

AND MYRRIL SMITH GARDNER whose body was returnedto Phone 104 .
1 -.c. ... fII"tQt
Riverside Ga. for final burial.
N. D. Wainwrieht. Jr.
V j Sgt. Brown was selected for
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escort duty on the basis of his J
excellent record and ability to RIDE 'EM'STEAM 9a

;. If your hair is not becoming to you you t\ handle difficult problems. Atpresent WE REPAIR-REPAINT

I f should be coming to us. Call on ua and Ret with the he Third la on Escort tour of Detachment duty- REBUILD. ; ROLLER :. :

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f our advice FREE on any hair problems you Atlanta General Depot.

I I' may have. Also a FREE SKIN ANALYSIS Staff Sgt. Horace Q. Over- 29.95 Easy T....... 7.49
street son of Mrs. Mollle Over-

: will be given_ by appointment. Know what 9t street of Starke has completed 22 JAw la price bat hUh la limit HM big team typ loco.mottT ,

: correct makeup should be, with Kath- months overseas service with the with Under, gondola ear. eO car and cabooe TrackUyoat : (for litt:
t' your 9 Fifth Air Force the Occupational Includes 10 eetlonf of track coupling! control Mid ft All metal, strong and sturdy and safe In. Ionl

ryn M. Carter personalized cosmetics. Air Force for Japan. He Is cur- truuuTormer, tf folks to ride. Wonderful toy for a tot. 21

rently assigned for duty with the
403th Bombardment Squadron as ,, C"4d"
an airplane and engine mechanic. ......qBjl

LADY FAIR BEAUTY SALON J In Sgt.August service Overstreet 1946 at Fort entered and Jackson was the transferred military Ga.'- BIKE US MAKE LIKE NEW THE !OLD Firestone Home & Auto Supply

to the Pacific Theatre four
Call Street at Railroad Phone 18 months later.Arriving .
'p 600 Tempi Arc. (*)

.... in Yokohama on Dec. BIGGS & BAKER J. p. ROBERT

1 _..-ic __ __---- '-= 31. 1M6 Sgt. Overstreet was assigned -
$ to the Fifth Air Force and 105 W. Call, S&.. Starke, Fta I KHIfCJ to K 4J4:4r :


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