Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 17, 1946
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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Established In'1877



lies Co. Leases Large Acreage Hampton Circulates Housewife Petition Short Ticket Now Surplus Being Products Canned USO To Be Scene of. BaccalaureateAnd

Operation Begins For,: Canning SugarMrs. To Greet VotersIn At Plant HereApproximately

Scale ; H. D. May Hampton 500 small cans Commencement As 63 Seniors

r Equipment Being Unloaded which housewife week she, In Instigated Is Bradford asking a all petitionthis County housewives 2nd PrimaryOnly week profit of vegetables at canning the Bradford were plant.processed County Mrs Tyler non last Graduate; Largest Class On Record

to to sign in protest of the Jones, manager, announced yea-
2000 acres, of small amount of canning sugar allowed one county political office terday. This number, while regarded -> The Baccalaureate sermon for

tom Company was an- 'No WatermelonTo this season and requesting hangs in the balance, awaiting the as a fair amount for the Production Corps 63 graduates of Bradford High

week ,by Nelson, Be Sold that more be made available. decision of the voters in the second beginning of the produce season, School, largest'senior class in its

his Green. The This county has plentiful quantities primary on Tuesday, May 28. was far under the plant's capac Will Start SewingFor history; will be preached Sunday
a. Adam In Open: Stands of vegetables at this season E. L. Crawford, Incumbent ity. It Is equipped to handle the
thera' properties, rang- War ReliefMrs. night at 8:30: o'clock In the USO
which needs of
are for four families at time.
four ready canning and faces strong opposition from S. O. one
Iileart approximately and north of Dr. ,,.. Y. Covlngton. director which are having to be passed by Denmark tor his place as County Facilities Include two steam- ..O. E. Stansbury, chairmanof building at Temple oil: Washington

for the com- of' the Bradford County Health because of .the short supply of Commissl oner, District Two jacketed kettles, four 'cookers, six production for the Bradford Streets.
D serve of original neoftrtment, yesterday Issued the sugar. Most of these take only (North StarkeDenmark) was sinks for washing vegetables, two : The annual sermon will be delivered

,vestlng and marks following statement: small quantiOa but all housewives high man in the first primary exhausting vats, three sealers, a County Chapter, American Red this year by the Rev. W.

,n. stumps of an Industryt "It has been the practice of would like to can as large 'a supply receiving 405: votes to Crawford' combination sausage mill and Cross, Is calling for volunteers In J. Churchwell, pastor of the First

U reached here a county-wide some persona in the past to sell as possible because of the ex 300. Outcome of the election will Juice extractor for canning tomato the production of garments for Methodist Church and musical

, be In local operation and serve sliced watermelon, or pected shortage on store shelves depend on which candidate makes juice and a 15-norse power War Relief. Mrs. Stanabury stat- numbers will be sung by the

old to ten years. other similar fruit, on the streets later. the most successful bid for the 'boiler. The plant Is operated In ed that most of the sewing will High School Glee Club.

Mated five that the deal was from open-air stands, or buildingsnot Anyone wishing-to sign the bloc of 203( : votes that went to a five-room concrete block build. be done for children\ since this Commencement exercises wilt

I by E. C. Mann, Jr., and properly constructed for adequate petition should see Mrs. May at W. M. Edwards ,in the first pri the ing high erected school for that purpose last on need Is no great. Many children be held Thursday night May 23,
representatives of protection from flies, dust her home -Hampton or she mary.It grounds year. at 8:30: o'clock In the USO build
aw, Cost of construction was met by in the countries most affected
lei plant In Brunswick, and other health dangers. would be glad to have someone will be a very short balloton ing. A mUllcal'program will be
"Because the above procedure circulate a similar one in each May 28, for only two state Federal' and county funds enemy action, Mrs. Stansburysaid presented by the BHS Band and

cements relative to the I la in violation of the rules and community. When as many I(r wide offices are being decided by V. R. Ferguson Vocational DI- are unable to leave their Glee Club, and members of the

' further acreage to their I regulations) of the Florida State names have been signed as it is run-offs. Paul D. Barnes of rector of DUS, urged that all homes or attend school because of graduating class will deliver brief

forthcoming it Is, Sanitary' Code governing the operation possible to get, the petition will Miami and W. Raleigh Pettewayof farm families and gardeners look lack of adequate clothing. addresses. Diplomas for the
Into the matter of the real
with Bill Newsome and of eating and drinking be sent to the proper persons and the same city are candidatesfor very graduates and ninth grade cer-
Conner named among establishments, the Health De agencies to see if any action on the State Supreme Court, Contestants service which the non-profit plant Anyone Interested In helping In tificates will be presented by
this be ob affords. He pointed to the llkll- this program is urged to meet Arthur R. McRae
pressing problem
I tracts which would bee partment co-operation with the may in the race for State 'superintendent
hood that more canned vegetables with the production corps on '
available to the tained. Railroad Commissioner, 1, of public Instruction.
tint City of Starke officials, is giving Group would be needed next than Thursday afternoons from 2 til
units. notice to the public that such operations will be Fred W. Brown of Tampa year Use of the USO building, recently -
r 5 at the Church Service Center.
I ever before, with strikes, shortages
iLft" will be removed by are not permlasable in Red Cross Chapter and Wilbur C. King of Zolfo and production restrictions purchased by the Bradford

)-pf tractors and shipped the future, In Starke or Bradford Springs. County School Board, will makeIt j
Wants ApplicantsFor limiting the output of many com
Brunswick for the manor County. Council possible. this year for all ,
mercial canning factories.Fee Employs
pine oil, turpentine Aquatic School friends and relatives of the graduates -
.. Teachers Named for the service is 4 1-2 to witness the Impressive

.een,* a groceryman atJnut Rain Damages Dr. M. B. Herlong, Chairman, cents for No. 2 cans, and 5 1-2 Recreation ManSteps exercises In recent years many
American cents for No. 3 cans, a charge to people have been
street, said Indicae Bradford County Chapter, disappointedbocauMu
announced For Next YearWith cover the cost of the cans and the! small auditorium In
that the housing dlf- Red Cross, today
countered here by the Beans & CukesThe that application blanks ror the wood. Patrons are required onlyto were taken by the City tho high school building could not

Company is being Ironedt Red Cross National Aquatic prepare the vegetables Mrs. Council Tuesday night to meet accommodate all who wished tc
a few vacancies still to Jones Is In charge of the cookingand attend.A .
In various Instances Schools are available at the Chapter the summer recreational needs of

its. Including several Inwon late strawberry season sawa I office. be filled, Arthur R. McRae. superintendent sealing. Starke youngsters, with appoint. cordial invitation' Is extendedto
An increase in the amount of
City region would modest spurt of activity this | This year there will be two of county schools, this ment of Carson Geiger, BUS athletic the public by the school to attend -
string beans. Irish potatoes, tomatoes
: needs of workers and week.'with Starke buyers reporting I schools in the Southeastern area; week made public the followinglist coach as the city recrea- both the baccalaureate and
and other
lillct Green said that a a rise In price Monday to S7 one In Camp: Carolina Brevard, of teachers for the 1946-47 vegetables tional officer and the allotmentof commencement exercises

[approximately 20 white per crate.' The average price here 'North Carolina, from June 3rd- term: brought week.for canning Is expectednext SSO for diamond ball equlqment I I

20 negroes Is being and at Lawtey was quoted as a- 13th. ,and one at. Pine Mountain STARKE SCHOOL A salary ,of $50 per month was Rotary ContributesTo

|lee for Initial opera bout $9 for ,the,, past two weeks : State. Park, Chlpley, Ga., June Principal Foster Shi Smith; Assistant authorised for Geiger, who will
ft Dumber including me. and 'growers asserted that there 17th27th.Dr principal Marvin Rooks; Cub Pack Started oversee community playground activities Fund' For BHS ,

put otber'peraonneh; was an improvement in quality :' *. Herlong Is particularly,anxious band Instructor Lad, teacher, A. For Boys ofPreScput at the local school follow- Band Uniforms "> .'
JhDp i will be set up' nIB" ewer-the rain-softened variety,offered +that, the, hapter .have, a ,rep- W. Bates t music )[rII. L. A. Can- tn.'the close: of the regular\ term.

| property, it win during the first of, the resentative ,at-"the school in ova;'agriculture,,V. R. Ferguson; Age Members of thtoueadapp.v A_ O-ml&. : -J.

ddiUott I: off more month', 7W4-wtaalysales; ..were Georgia, Hestates-,U t.this-.is coach and.Ua&terf.N.,, .... QeI.- M. .4m';, decblont. charge Klrkpat- Uon fotv!...acrMdisttasled I .
Iced ai the) work>; x- believed* to>-"',,"'";about 300 >crates the first NatlSnal Aquatic" school ger; Junior or High School, Erlce Members,of the newly-organized rick .& Pearson Company,, of out at the Rotary Vlub Wednaeday .

I per day. to be conducted in that state. I Byrd Alexander Purcell Eva Cub Scout Pack and their parents Gainesville, $25 per house for a with chair msj n'of the

Ject will rqulre'an a- Although damage ,accorded to Pine Mountain ,State Park has Anderson, Dorcas Carver, Hazel enjoyed movies depicting' theorganization's : permit to move an unannounced various club committees explaining -,
I road construction it was strawberries by 'unseasonable Ideal facilities for a school of this 'Crea ler. Verna Demorest, Ellen functions at the number of residences from Kings- the four phases of' Rotary
I and kind and is located in the. im Law Ruble Mae Perkins, Elsie Episcopal' Recreation Center Service Club
heavy equipment Is rain was not extensive, fanners ley Village. on the west shore of : Vocational Conotnunlty -
ell by the company In 'the Hellbronn and Lawtey mediate vicinity of Warm Springs, Duncan; {Elementary or primary Tuesday night. Kingaley Lake, through the city and International. A period
regions and In scattered lowland a most beautiful section ft Geor school Ethel Biggs. Llllie Bridges The pack, which will afford pre- limits to Highway 13. It was of group singing was led by

[apre sed belief that' he areas about the county said that Willie Mae Denton, BlancheE. Scout training for boys aged 9 stated that the buildings are being Fletcher Burnett.

Ung' the opinion of'all the flooding of fields had brought gia.The school will be under the Edwards Ruth Frazier Edna to 12, is being established of the' Rev.here transported to Gainesville to Guests at this meeting\ were T.

I luting appreciation dueof serious' loss in truck produce. direction of Emil F Lewis, Assist- Hart, Ernestine McRae, Edna Pre- under the leadership D. meet the housing demands of veterans K. McClane Jr., a former member
Yerkes and
the Chamber of,Corn- estimates as to acreage In plants 'ant Director of First Aid, Water vatt, Evelyn Ritch. Ethel Sewell Fred ministerial stu- and others attending the of the club, now employedwith
ho have actively co- scalded by the combination of Safety and Accident Prevention, Kate Sheppard Leola Roberts, Young, .assisting University of Florida, and wouldbe the Extension Service In

with Hercules officials In water and sun ran as high as 50 Southeastern area with Thomas Madge Middleton. dent.It was reported that the groupIs moved as the need required. Gainesville. E. S, Matthews of

the Industry to Brad- percent for the sections affected. Costello, Field Representative for HAMPTON off to an excellent start, witha Some 135: residences are believed Starke, chairman of 'h eState

Growers of string beans, toma- the State of Georgia, serving as Flay Sullivan, Ophelia Bryan, membership of more than 15. available. The amount for each Railroad Commission and Bruce i

toes, cucumbers, -squash and pep assistant director. The staff, will Edna Dudley. The parents' cooperation will be permit was agreed upon after a Montgomery, a Rotarian of Griffin I

Troop Enjoys'ght pers in a'number of Instances reported be composed nationally known LAWTEY enlisted It was said, inasmuch as consideration of the time' Involved Ga., who Is now visiting relatives ,
a total loss. authorities in the field of aqua Principal, L. H. Futch; Emma the stresses home and traffic difficulties Incurred in Starke. I

: Hike The reaction was markedly opposite tics.Dr. Hill, Lois Mayes, Joyce Futch training pack's as program well as healthful out- when the buildings are hauled At a meeting of the Board of I
Herlong states that the Ethel Ayres, Eunice Kelly, Bea- through East Call Madison, and
'ley Lakeof In much of. the New River door activities.The Director., following the luncheon
hopes to select a mature trice Futch. South Walnut Streets.
and Brooker, sections, where high- chapter Cubs are nationally sponsored hour, it was voted to contribute I
the reactivated land farmers said the rainfall actually representative with leadership NEW RIVER by the Boy Scouts of Amer The amount of a donation to $25 toward the purchase of uniforms

|Boy Scouts of America had been beneficial, and ability to attend the school. This Principal, Cleo Andrew. ica. It was announced that here- the Bradford County Health Unit for the BHS Band. It was
err first hike year,> more than ever trained HEILBRON was considered In light of infor- also voted to take another
of th e that a good season was expectedif after regular meetings will beheld $100
l'rIda r,> with the four the fluctuating market attained leaders are needed In the development Principal Muriel Norman; Ola each Tuesday afternoon, at mation from Dr. A., Y. Covlngton, worth of stock in the Student
telling of community progreu, Dr. M. Perkins. director as to the unit's financial Loan Fund at the of
camp overnight reliable price levels.Jacksonv11Je 3 p. m.. In the Service Center University
f Like Herlong Stated. RISING needs. Action on the matterwas Florida., This fund Is availablefor
prices for string Since only 150 students can be Knowles. held over until a future meet- I
Importer Edward Principal, Agnes deserving young men who '
beans were sometimes down to $1 at Pine Mountain Legion PlanningTo
l" i the new troop is accommodated UROOKEK Ing.The cannot otherwise finance a college -
per hamper and the price offered Park School, Dr. Herlong Council discussed
nwlzed State I Principal Harmon Morgan; Band poor education.
and that varltments for other is said to be Sponsor t
to offices vegetables urges those Interested to make application -, Mrs. Harmon Morgan Pearl Cain, drainage existing at South Thompson -
Gerald have' far from satisfactory at the present at once to the chapter Loca Whitten. I Bradford Legionnaires participated Street. It was stated that a
Boelter has Blackburn Rites
I tislstant time. This fact suggested office in the Armory Building or I VANDERBILTTo Tuesday In a general discussion report on measures to remedy the
to Scout.' that growers who experienced setbacks 35.Richard band would be made by the To Be
T. Shull. Boelter was would telephone be announced later. of the BHS sponsor problem Held SundayLeamon
because of the rain
lit tests ship and other matters brought City Engineer.
lacking, onl1'anll not have hauled produce In quan- Jones before the local post In its regular F. Blackburn, 82, died :
Pioneering merit tity even if the weather had been Salvation Army in the Veterans
attain meeting at the Legion Hall. Gassett MovesTo Hospital in Lake I
L the rank of favorable. 'With the fee for bean- Severely Burned 'To Give ProgramAt Plans were'made,for weekly concerts City Sunday morning. He was I
picking at SOc per basket and thecost begin New'LocationA born In Loris, 8. (X i I
cera 1 an electric by the school band to on April 12,
an: Senior "PaMoi of the.hampers 25e each, it Gasoline Ignited by C of Tonight ,
Joe burned Richard at the hall In the near future. 1894 and had been employed asa f
>"eth and we4'appareAtjhat farmers would spark severely T. H. Osborne. A. Z.Adkins'Jr..and'C. new location and improved truck driver T>y. the local Sin
; of the Gulf Refining Co.. W. E..;. Graham., of Dlvl- Delegates
Ascribe.. Emanuel Tll- have dumped,, vegetables or stopped Jones, Major H.'Harperleftearly services was announced this week clair OU Company for the past
for''the Wolf' in an accident Friday afternoonat | slon Headquarters Staff, announces Furniture
picking order to save hampers this week to attend the for the Gassett Hardware 16 years.Mr. .
eth Griderthe; Cobra I Jf the price. should riseman1' the Freeman Register service that the Salvation Army which Co., with the store's transfer '
WIN! Shull; the Flat5 -I whose fields bad been partly station comer of Walnut *: Mad- will present a program at the Stat. Legion Convention from Court Street to East Blackburn was married to
in West Palm Beach
U held the
being former Eva
\ action by Robert of the Starke Underhill who
Halnes laon. Prompt meeting 'I
the losses regular Call the Hollywood
; flooded hoped to recoup ,
4 Henry Crundwell and Richard Ray, sta- of Commerce In the through Sunday. Poet Adjutant survives him. He was a member I
Manaasa.g. Chamber .
Camera sc Gift Shop. The site
later in the season. J
Lloyd Orider I tion attendants, averted the danger courthouse tonight (Friday) at 8 V. H. Carden stated that was was formerly occupied by the I' of the Primitive Baptist Church
*Wnkler No acreage estimate was avail fire and further the veterans' first state-wide convention and the American Legion 'and
of spreading
were o'clock. CaOwner ,
Hart Furniture
awarded able -to In fordhook ; close of the war.
tenderfoot as damage since the was a veteranof World War I.
Monday. injuries to Gulf employees.Jones The will include several i Pate Qassett. who has.
in prograo
limas, bat It was believed that Services '
IPIUng In the hikeAndrews had who had been dismantling musical numbers and the general -. been In buslnese In Starke for will be held Sunday
ded< the county as a whole they Madison St., & Libby Fly afternoon from the Union
Ronald fared better than the a pump facing public is Invited. over 20 years, said ,that the Baptist
er, Jimmy considerably quickly burned about the Increased Church near Hellbronn Springs e
was will"provide
McRae Cub From Factory building
rdI string beans and cokes Pickingfor when the spark with the Rev. Rawls of High
and legs and
Smith Ger- arms space for the sales rooms,
Leo.vta limas was expected to be underway Crund Infant Griffis and
Springs the
Halne., Doyle contacted a flow of gas. i Lacy Conway and L. L. Libby | warehouse.storage. Rev. Leroy War ;
Uord by the 20th. his din of Starke in
,i4r.JoI. Grider and Ar- well smothered the flames on Doris Annette Griffls. Infant 5 |: local agents for the Piper Cub -. charge. Interment
clothes with a fender cover month old daughter of Mr. and made a trip to the factory at Merit Exam NoticeMay will be In Pyal Cemetery
1rItJcb i sue, a ltand.T Shafkin Closes while Ray brought the fire under Mrs. Leonard Griffls. died Tuesday Lockhaven. Pa., last week and under the direction of DeWItt C. ,

!.o\ to new members Military) StoreThe control with extinguisher. after a short Illness. Services Hew back a brand new Piper Cub 18 Is the final deadlinefor Jones.
p. IlL each Monday It was stated that the injuries were held at 3 p. m. Thurs- : which is now on display at Con- filing applications with the Survivors, beside his wife, are a

Armory, Camp.BIandlng ,Jewelry A: might require a skin-grafting operation the day In Crosby Lake Cemetery. day Airpark. Merit System Office Box 113, son, William Blackburn. USN;

Military Headquarters, owned by particularly about Surviving, beside her parents, The agents announce that any Gainesville for taking statewide three half-brothers, D. C. and D. ,

t Churchb1nOming Louts Shafkin this week closed right ankle. Jones was reportedto luck are brothe,.. Leroy Leon Coon, purchaser of a Cub will be given exams for 14 classes of positions L. Blackburn of Jacksonville and !
its doors and disposed of its have accepted his bad Billy Monroe. Edward. Ray free flight instruction until he U with the State Welfare Board and OUIe Blackburn of Loris S. C.

sermon at stocks-one of the first enterprises cheerfully. When questioned by he Leonard Jr.,. of Starke and Wood- able to solo. the Florida Industrial Commission.The and two sisters Mrs. Boyd of

tChurh Sunday WU1 catering to the soldier tradeto Register as to his condition but I'm a row. U. S. Army and a sister, positions include typist, South Carolina and another in

Love of come, to Starke. and.the last said. Tin all" right,Is receiving Mrs. Doris King Starke. St. Mark's clerk accounting clerk stenog New York City.Pallbearers .
the 111" no even- to.leave. Mr.. Shafkin and Mr. roasted duck! He County rapher, and chief of machine ac- will be members of

Church because and Mrs. Irving Blum left Wednesday treatment at the Alachua GIRL SCOUT NEWSThe Sunday services at St. Mark's counts, and those passing the exams the local American Legion Post.Dist. .

ate Sermon in for New York City and hospital In Gainesville. Episcopal Church are as follows: will be eligible for employment

-dillr.. will return the latter part of the final Girl Scout meeting Sunday School 10 a.m.. Morning by either of the two agencies Scout MeetThe

"111 Tble Story Hour for month to remain for a while at Gift to C of C until nest fall was held Wednesday prayer and sermon 11 a.m., and when vacancies occur.A .
be held the Shafkln home. 'corner Call *: Conner of the afternoon at the Service Center Toting People's S e r vice League great deal of interest If. being regular meeting of the
t 2:30: o'clock.ea Cherry Streets. Secretary Luclan announced on Church Street. The troop at 7 p.m. Friday at 7:30 o'clock shown locally in obtaining New River District Boy Scoutsof
zsai Chamber of Commerce meditation. The actIng : positions with these agencies since America will be
and Bible Study The building at 201 East Call donation by H. K. has disbanded for the summer Litany and : held In the
each Wednesday at St. occupied by the Shafkin store yesterday the store of a large and a'new troop will be startedIn rector. Fred Yerkes. Is being the termination of many Civil Starke armory Monday, May 20. I
interesting !is owned Tom dry goods the C. September.-Idell Landrum and assisted by ministerial student Service positions with the War at 9 o'clock. AU Scouter., are
study for five
rt Ie past years linoleum and felt rug Young, J Department#feeentlyj 4' v't4t>1'I!urged totatten&vf -. ;:;.,
...1It. ,bInI..YOU1'now under I by Charles Rosenberg of the. RoseTallahassee. of c.-bollding on Wes* Call St. VvlalrtJlicRae. 9ct1be.4 trt:. ,t,Ge/jrge, 1 qo t''
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Mrs. H. M. McRae Warehouse
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH since it was constituted In 1912,
HamptonBy State Farm Veteran Writer and a co-worker with the Rev. ''A small warehouse

W. E. Hall the pastor for' 16 ', the City and obll
EatabUshed 1877 Mrs. M. C. Sweeney By Mn. Bryaa WbltfleJd For TelegraphOne years. the municipal, light II1OVt14

Hi. Lt Matthews- .____ __ Editor and Owner . . . . . . source of news that Tele- Mrs. McRae's first correspon- Plant to the corner of and Tbon,

BIRTHDAY PARTY BRIDGE CLUB MEETING graph readers have found ever reliable dence came from the Crosby Lake and storage Madison, will serve for:

P ai&Yed Weekly on Friday. and Entered a* Second Class :Matter Mrs. Woodrow Hicks entertained Beautiful summer flowers were for "nigh on to" 32 years section. In 1942 she moved to equipment of surplus retrffel1

at the Pout Office at Stark. Florida. with a party Wednesday night tastefully arranged In her home by has been the contributions of Mrs. Rising, and was the contributorfor I Army by Titus purchased frOJn
of last week honoring her daughter Mrs. J, R. Kite when she was H. M. McRae, the paper's oldest the community now known as tfrlgerator Olson, IOQJ
Gladys, on her 12th birthday hostess at last week's meeting: of correspondent in point of service Sunnybrook. It was here that her Olson dealer.
anniversary. Outdoor games were the State Farm Bridge Club(I'I I Now conductIng -, residence was leveled by fire. house would stated that the ,
played, and Kenneth Hess won the the Fine] The Pine Level column followed Used In COIlli\
Thursday afternoon. For her with
: his
To: The Voters i In 1933--the of the business on ,
prize for pinning on the donkey's score and "bingo" prizes she selected I([Level column t| year 16-day nut Street south
all. After the display l of gifts, cards and,, contract accessories Mrs. McRae began !freeze, when a person could walkon I I
Mrs. Hicks, assisted by her'mother and writing for Ice In the ditches, and observe
rules and they were
In Bradford CountyYour t Mrs. Mamie Meade, cut the won respectively, by Mrs. R. P.I|i I the Telegraph in fish that appeared very chilly''and I
Indisposed In the ponds.
cake and
decorated birthday servo Stubbins, Mrs. M. E.., Griner and 1915. Since then,
ed It with punch and candy. Mrs. W. N. North. At the refreshment -I I come fair weather The veteran correspondent believes 18 A 1l1UI.1'It1

at the Lt. Com. John A. of hour when cake a la or rain, that during her experience, LAXA
in expressed Guy
'confidence me she had the most social activitiesto m
1 residence
changes n
I mode was served with coffee, the DESIGNED
Princeton, N. J. has been spending to
at Rising, but that
_. touches deeply. players were Joined by Mrs. J. G. o r personal cover more VIGOROUS
polls on May 7 me a few days here with his I I news has BE11
loss, religious apparently 1
Caldwell McLen-
and Mrs. R. P.
know of deep affection mother Mrs. Ann R. Guy. : |such as the destruction i been available at Pine Level. OrigInally -
You who supported me my Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Boyd and don to whom Mrs. Kite presentedcream I'I '
sachets. of a home by fire, she she collected the larger .. ,
for institutions and traditions whichare Mrs. Lizzie Wynn of Jacksonville 'I of her material "
has nevertheless made her regular: part by visiting a-
were dinner guests on Wednesdayof A group of teen age boys and weekly report of the doings a-1 I round and chatting with the EXPERT
American to the core. I feel that my re- Mrs. Ida Maxwell. Sunday girls; of the Farm enjoyed a wel- mong subscribers In Pine Level neighbors. Of late, she has found

and these factors Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiggins and ner roast at New River near the and other localities.Mrs. that much of the news could be
liance these factors,
upon Marie of Jacksonville
daughter. ,
white bridge Wednesday night of McRae is 60, looks a lot obtained on Sundays, from her RADIO
visited her.
.alone, have met with your approval. Miss Barbara Home of FSWC ., last week. younger, and is the mother of many friends In the church con-
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Woodward I nine children all married. gregation.
endorsement of stand In Tallahassee, spent the weekend were dinner guests of Mr. and I tive of Monlac, Ga., Mrs. McRae's four sons and five SERVICE
Your impressive my with her: parents, Mr, and Mrs.J. I Ana-I I daughters all live in or near
W. Horne Mrs. Bob Touchton In Hampton years of age when her
Congress is inspiring !and gives me' the Incentive at noon Sunday.Mrs. Rev. David A. Johns, moved here Starke with the exception of Mrs.
Mrs. Clayton Parkeri.anel Miss F. Hall resident of Jackson
High Madge Bozarth Is spendingher with his family and accepted the]IA. a
to more vigorously serve you. Pam Goolsby of \ Springs, vacation with relatives in pastorship of the' Union Baptist Her boys "are Arthur, W. J.,
and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Parker, Owen C.SHEPHERD.
Tennessee and Illinois.H. Church at Hellbronn Springs.I IB.I M. and ; her daughters
Jr and children of Washington, ,, ""Mrs. L. A. Crosby, Mrs. T. N.
born In
O. Davis la visiting relatives Both of her parents were
D. C. were guests Friday of Mrs. in Rocky Mbunt, N. C. Wayne County, Ga., Jn 1845. Her I[Norman, Mrs. Robert Myrick,
H. Della
Mrs. Robert Taylor, and Mrs. A.
J. :M. Bradley and daughter, mother was the former< Miss Wini
I at
and Mrs. Leland Beden- F. Hall. Mrs. McRae told us that
Carolyn, spent Saturday night fred Dyers.
baugh. Mrs. O. Pearce, and Miss she has had "a pleasant life with
with Mr. and Mrs. V. N. GeigerIn Her husband, a retired farmer, GAY'SSERVICE
OP CONGRESS FROM THE visited friendsat and friends.
Ruby Bedenbaugh Jacksonville. Little Clinton Is a native of Bradford. The Mc- my family Nothing
SECOND DISTRICTI Dukes Sunday.Mr. Bradley returned with them and Raes were married May 20, 1900. pleases me more than to have STATIO.!
and Mrs. Albert Stringerof visited Mr. and Mrs. Bradley for Always active in religious circles them in my home, and to be a-

High Springs spent several several days. she haa been a member of mong them.
days this week with Mr and Mrs.Marvin Mr and Mrs. J. C. Wallace I I
Averitt, Mrs. Mozo, and
Williams. George
were the gUests of relatives in I
Mrs. John all of Jack-I
Mrs. Alma Saxon and Mlas Jessie Jacksonville Sunday and Monday. Ewouds..
Wish To Express My Appreciation To sonville.
Wright were visitors to La Mils Roberta Whltfleld of
I Mrs. T. W. Gaylord of Palatka ONWAY'SC
Crosse last Sunday. FSCW, Tallahassee spent the past ,
The Voters Of Bradford County For The I visited Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wainwright -
I Mrs. Anita White and little weekend with her parents, Mr.
from Sunday Until Tuesday -

Fine Vote Given Me In The Primary Election from daughter South, Linda Carolina, have where returned they and During Mrs.. Bryan the past Whitfield.week Miss De- .. /. Service Statio

visited Mrs. White's sister, Mrs. lores Dekle ot Lake Butler was

May 7. y Leroy Thomas. the guest of Miss Pauline Bran- PHONE 147 RiNG 2 FOR SERVICE I

:&11'. and Mrs. L. R. Lambert nen for several days.
,.. I am deeply left ,Wednesday for Tennessee Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rogers and Jtv
little daughter, Lavonia. were visitors Oil Changing
where they will visit relatives of 1r1c .
Mrs. Claudia Lee Cuff in
1;,. grateful Mr. Lambert before returning to : of Greasing
Jacksonville last and
ft I' >jl heir home In Washington D. C. Wednesday I
t 4a x :;1,. Thursday.Mr. Waxing
; .Cottage Prayer Meetings will and Mrs. R. W. Brannen,
to friends be held each Tuesday and Thurs O Washing
I my many Mr. and Mrs. Emory Townsendand
.. day nights at 8 o'clock for the c- 1 '
Julian Dobbs of Raiford, Mr. O Polishing
next four weeks In
preparationand and Mrs. Bryan Whitfield and cJ1
for their efforts anticipation of the Union Re- Misses Pauline Brannen, Margaret ," Tire Repairs

vival which will be held from Reddish..,Melba String-fellow. Mel-
June 9 to June 23. All interestedare vena Davis and Roberta and Helen ELECTRIC ARC WELDIN
in >my behalf, urged to attend these meetings
: z( Whitfleld enjoyed swimming and
',. v\ In the various homes. supper at, Santa Fe Lake .Satur

4 and I* know'"Ithat! Harold Seley.yrf Tampa and day.Thursday AMOCOGAS, .t ONE HOUR
*_ .T ,Jt' Maurice.;Seley of Sun- dinner/ guests of Mr.
i *-,..-. ', CItra spent OIL &GREASE: .
I day with their mother;; Mt Lin-: and Mrs. H. M. Richard and 1

i! they will join nle Seley. Mrs. A. M. Rlcharde were Mrs.

r! Mr. and Mr. Jay Alderman had Annie R. Norman Mrs. S. S. Quaker State

\ as their guest on Mother's Day A to
Policy .
: me in pledging Mrs. G. W. Alderman of Starke. Oil

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May, Mrs. GET7H "
H. D. May'and Mrs. M. C. Sweeney SPEEDY SURE fit your Sealed, Containers
;,1 f our support, visited Mrs. John Levitt in St.


to representative who was reelected to serveus FLORIDAGREYHOUND AUTO LITE


in the Legislature.J. W. W. ParkerA Agency Inc.

1 1s/)
wonderful program was rendered 1 Safety I
P. (Jake) ROBERTSCANNON'S at Mt. Nebo Baptist Churchon .. Comfort & Economy

I Mother's Day and a good con- Phone 147
I gregation was present. The public Drug Store R.pr.Mntlnt THE TRAVELERS.Hartford Take Care Of tt\\
Is Invited to attend services
I beginning wl h Sunday School at
9:30: a.m. and services at 11 a.m.
3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. The Willing
/ll f/All/ESIJF Workers Club will meet Wednes-

day night at 8.o'clock at the Vas- Whoa there. Have Coke
co Mitchell home. All membersand a
friends are asked to be pres-

FOODS ent. Rev. W J.-Strong pastor dom. .

Presiding Elder'' W. W. Zeigler

will hold his 2nd Quarterly conference /ar
at Allen Chapel A. M. E.
Church 'Friday night at 8 o'clock 1 L
All board members are asked to
be present and report in full 4-
I Sunday Is regular ( t,
k pastoral day
220 N. TEMPLE AVE STARKE, FLA. Sunday School 1 p.m., Morning f '

:d f I Worship 11 a.m., and afternoon t/ {

services at 3 pjn. All membersand /
\\4 ,
friends are asked to be present -a :
at the Church of God for s 1 }

2S Ihs. s-u services at 5 p.m. The great Lee 11 -
Brothers Jubilee Singers will .
RUBY ROSE FLOUR . $1.45 In the ACE League hour.appear l I t t"j a

Everybody welcome to attend. SJ
IT 1-2 Oz..JarBrinz -
Cpl. Eli Graham Jr.. U.S.M.. 'j l/ :

Baked Beans 21c Treasure Island, Is spending a
90-day furlough, with his parents
He has been In the service over
U> Oz. JarKING
two years and aaw action in two d'

TASTE MAYONNAISE 35c major battles of the Pacific. His i I
friends are making his stay pleasant 11'r / ,-
and before returning to duty; 11/

Ai Cigarettes Ctn. $1.80 he will visit points in South Fla

Cpl. Moses Williams. U. S. M.. )

Large Camp Lejeune, N. C., Is spendIng -
a 26-day furlough with his (' 6
FANCY LEMONS, Dozen 30c father. John Williams, and other
relatives. He has served as chief f

)l... 2 CanJackson butcher months. at He Camp will Lejeune visit! in for Miami 13: .fun and friendliness' make the day LIt's

and upon his return to duty will
Cream-Style Corn 14c re-enlist for three of
years overseas -
duty. a whirl-and a merry one-with the whole crowd out to make the

SWEET POTATOES, 2 Ibs. 20c The Starke Blue Caps Baseball most of it. Of course Coca-Cola js there too .just as it should be, i

Club Invites you to witness an- when fun and friendliness the order of the day. Have
21 Oz Jar other thrilling game at 4 p.m. are a Coke are

P&eCo1dSweet Mix Pickles 28c be Sunday seen in at action Reno Park.against They BaldwIn.will the words that keep a good time going smoothly There's nothing like

For your entertainment, follow
the Blue Caps. the friendly pause with Coke to add to the fun. Code c sCCotaCols'

Fresh Dressed & Drawn POULTRY ad Its abbr.M
typewriter $ (In-
clad** tax). Bradford County I STARKE COCA-COLA. BOTTLING CO. r v0

:Telegraph,, -
t .

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iRi grow up, and it all has to be done cooked "Howard Style" by that kill all Ills beg your pardon, row for the news of the day.i ChristianThe
9S and is done I
by one alone, and famous chef ROY HOWARD.And .
that Is mother.It cure all ills anyway It will Title is station WOLF! When you.
now on to New York, either cure or kill. Nine out of hear the howl, It will be exactly i Christian Church of Star* ;
was mother who had to manage where producer CHARLIE
ROIlS stood beside our bed and Waitedfor for our first formats COW.EN'S ten who use It say they received 10( o'clock April 12, 1956.\ will have the regular services MB !
BY Bi1Il'e a fever to go down, or maybe or our new musical comedy about Immediate benefit-we have heard .. I J
first white suit as she Sunday morning with Btble5cke.!
Daywould watched life back In the "Fast Forties" Is
Mother's watched sick bed and
was over a prayed nothing from the others! NEW REMINGTON PORT-I at 10 and
sunday ua grow and a.m. morning -aI'dpo
up from
I like to pay tribute to, ; and then, too, It could be from It was she who smiled away when her.she making TELL EDMONDSON History. Soprano, is- cast MAR.in I Stay tuned to hear a paid political -! ABLE typewriters $.51.11 (Include service at 11 am. with a c-a& 't i
In all i the nights that she has lain broadcast for VV. H. HAYES) tax
Is first was proud of ) Bradford County speaker from Jacksonville lira
who us, and she who I the lead with JOHN (Twinkle. I
I woman awake and wondered where we I for Governor and tune in tomor Telegraph. Havana Johns, Sec'y.
of ,: secretly in her
F time year wept pillow when toes) ANDERSON
lit this were and !if we were all right. starred as an ___ i
earls first fondled us to her we did something displeasing or acrobatic dancer. Costumes for
e who and who gave uaundying Many are the duties of a mother. against her teachings. And it was the affair. were done by MAR. w

breast love through the So'many things are requiredof we who went merrily on our way CARET ALVAREZ, who has per
?, who watched overd her, day in and day out, from anti never did do very much to fected a strapless evening dress
the one the dawn until she has tucked us in try and make At
us It
us to make a little easier that stays'up by atomic energy. e'
d guided we are todayourh6 with our goodnight prayers and for her. The lines grew deeper An added attraction to this
America. then gone to see if we were covered and the sadness
mothers of came when she musical comedy is ERNESTINE
r..tM be the tired before she could lay down at remembered the little bouquets of MOORE and her "Break down the 9
1 she, may about her dedwsOthat night and Bleep in peace. There mashed flowers presented by little I door, here comes Moore" Orchestra -' '

have been put were even a lot of times in the stubby fingers and a very loving with Swoon-Goon CHARLES 1 _

because of the many middle of a cold night, if we had heart. As we grow older we slip I EDWARDS as vocalist. S _ -
us tribulations that she been awake, we would have heard away from those things that are Although Call Street Tycoon

endure in orde, to her as she tended us. Ah, yes, so endearing to her and some- GILL OARETT, 'who owns ,
tw into to the women and men many a time she washed our face times we fall to get back. Some Starke's biggest Night Club, "The. I
that we are today.: end wiped! our noses, dried our of us do for one day of the year Keep It Low or YOU'LL Get It|
know what caus- tears or kissed the hurt away and then we begin to forget all Knocked Off", has suffered a nervous -
;selinesaor[ the sadness that from mashed fingers. As the over again. I I breakdown because of over-I

Jinto, her eyes every once nt days went by there was washing, Now we can see our mother, work, DR. MYRTLE THOMAS I
Maybe the lines come ,Ironing, cooking, and mending- older and perhaps grayer. Her I reports that he is well on the
nights that she has all the things that help us toAd hands may be gnarled from those road to recovery Incidentally,I

the -- long days of hard work, and I'll i, HELEN ROWLAND, Dr. Thomas- D e r,
bet if we could look at her heart I secretary and holder of the! D 1 1
Mrf t
um !t '
there may be the same long, deep world's speed record for typing
lines In it that we can see in her with two fingers, tells us that)I
"3From where I sit.by Joe Marsh face, and probably the sadness, the doctor is ranked among the

too. Still she Is the queen of our 10 most prominent women doctorsIn I

hearts and she will always remain the United States, after her
the same sweet mother to ua work in Vitamin K and its effect
The Truth Always her face will be filled in curing broken hearts. Inline )
with the tender love, tried and for this list of prominent

About That Explosion true, enduring always. There will women doctors Is CAROLYN SEE US TODAY-
always be that light in her eyes ROSS, who has just published a I
and that smile 'on her lips for us. fascinating booklet "Your Life" KEEP YOUR CAR SERVICED AND

weeks Homer Bentley has ed a charge of TNT beneath its Regardless of our age, in time of with a sequel "I Take It".
or 1 to uproot that big stump inIhiyfleld. roots. trouble we reach out wearily for Running in opposition to the HELP TO KEEP YOUR CAR SAFE-

...with team and trae- Reminds :you of all the excuses! the arms of mother, for her help previously mentioned musical
advice, and always get it.
Finally he succeeds-breaks a human beings use to cover up bad comedy Is ANICE GREEN'Ssearching
Sweet as the that the
Lot windows round about, and judgment. Like the "twobeeralibi. robins sing song, drama, "Which Way Did YOUR NEW CHEVROLET
liens the neighbors half to ." When somebody gets into He Go George" starring BET
Pure as the flow of a crystal r.
ihlIAB I trouble, and blames it on"a couple spring, TIE HAYES, as Broadway's new
I used," apologizes Homer of beers," you can be mighty sure True as your faith in Cod tragedian her leading with man, who has the Today, when you need Jcillecl
a couple of small sticks of they are covering up the truth. above
[unite,like you should." From where I sit, a moderate So deep are the depths of a his swoon goons charms.in the aisles with service most, it pays to come to !

at was no two small sticks of beverage like beer is a better way mother's love.I alluring Service Headquarters to have the) ''B
of keeping out of trouble than would like to add as an after- Three of our famous naturalists
Cunningham getting
milt, Judge says)
GRIFFIS, work done. Add months and milesto
out into thought that we now give thanksto ESTHER
enlTnd it finally conies
4 Homer got so cussetUntsd at God also for the Gold Star BLANCHE BUTLER and ALICE the life of your car-and her,.
U.8oetJt mothers and the year of peace BRANTLEY, are presenting lec-
it I everlasting stump, he'd plant- to keep car safe-by havingour
that we have had. And may our tures everY night/ this week on your

hearts and prayers go out to Life in the Belirlnn: ConRo" or skilled mechanics give it a

Copyright, 1946, United Scores Brewer founJotum these mothers and wives and for "Don't Adopt a Cobra for a Pet",
service at
thorough check-up
the boys who so valiantly gave Over In Madison Snuare LYLE
their lives !In the conflict that we ANDERSON Is upholding his tltln intervals. They do topnotchwork

may have and love the freedom as world's greatest champion of
using quality qualify
that we do have. Yes, above all, that new tennis stroke In which ,
i thank God for them.Senior one hits the ball once with the parts, quality materials. See us
racquet and then with the head.
M .t for repairs or adjustments today
We hear that it bounces betterwith

ClassProphecy the head. SELMA RIVERS members of America's finest
recently became the all-star Ice-
automotive service organization.Save .
skating champion of the world
and Is giving a show nightly at

Madison Square Garden. your car with skilled service

(Each year. the Senior Clans of new radio show, "Life
BIIS forecasts the' future of Its On a Boll Weevil Farm", Is win- TORODE CHEVROLKECO.;
members. The following Is what ning laurels for'its down-to-earth. .
swum to be In store for the graduates realism. -1
of 1946.) And in one of the great city's Starke, Florida ,

office buildings we see secretary -.
Good evening, ladies and gentle- EVA JEAN REDDISH sitting on e .
r- men! It's time for the news her boss's knee. Seems she can

round-up of the events of the day, take dictation better that way ,
brought to you by your friendly But look 'In the next office! ....ur.."{.t' a ,_'
dealer the makers of famous it seems that SELETTA: SPARKS
"You-Take-It" Pills, the pills that has already married the boss t I !
What 1R'eli e f cure all ills from station WOLF, Out In Hollywood. Movie Direc- .

by Yours Truly. You-take-It pills tor ROBERT V I N CENT TUR- 4..S' t

It's great to have your winter woolens thor- are the only pills with satisfaction NER, who has Just finished the ., _1';..
oughly cleaned ,and put,away. Dry cleaningthat guaranteed or your dealer's production, "Road to Shangrila" ; "
actually rejuvenates clothing colors and head refunded. With the reminder star ring JEROME (Crosby)
that You-take-It pills cure all MARGARET (Lamour)
fabrics, and banishes odors and grime, insures JOHNS r
ills, we turn to the headlines of MONTE I T H and CHARLES : .
their value to you for next winter. Our today April 12, 1956.\ (Hope) THORNTON, another InI .
dry cleaning process is gentle, thorough, and From Washington! Senator the "Road" series, announces that I I
economical. Give your winter clothes and HOWARD THOMPSON of Flor- tests for the part of Lady Mac- I r

your woolen blankets a new lease on life. ida has made public a statement beth in the show "Who Done It?" rt

Try us for complete satisfaction., concerning the raise in all dog are being made. Among tbe .
catchers' pay. Says Sen. Thompson likely candidates are BERNICE
: "The men who catch dogs COOPER. MADELINE GREEN,
PHONE 135 by walking on their dogs, need AND EVELYN COLSON. IMO-

ROUT 315 more than dog's pay" Lobby. GENE NETTLES Is acting as
fJI ___ Ing against him in his efforts is make-up artist for all the R. V. Ice
GREEN, Temple ETHEL DUELING, newly elected Turner Productions, while VIR-
House Representative, with her GINIA RICE is very famous for
Owner Aye.EX co-worker, BEATRICE BARNES, : modeling full-length NYLON BUTCHER...
who has been elected twice to the 'HOSE.

House. Incidentally the SpeakerOf f Now for some news on the home "lie

the House is MAVIS THOMASand front! Local sports writer, and I
there are only 16 men Representatives Editor-in-Chief of the Bradford BAKER. "
In the entire group. GLORIA ..
: County Tel e graph,
Stopping over In Washingtonwhile i COOPER reports that EUNICE "le4J
TR FINE BREADI J 1'r on their world hitch-hike GRIFFIS, creator of those clever

tour are STANLEY CRAWFORD Mad Hatter Hats took a weekend
HENRY LOPER, and STEVE ST. off to come down from Delawareto CANDLESTICK
JOHN, president, vice president i visit with BETTY REDDISH almost! as diverse as those characters

and dog catcher, respectively, of who as you all know, Is winning of the old nursery rhyme are the MAKERservices

!) k2F the National League of Hoboes.In prizes for her rare Australian services of a modem railroad...
Washington, too I Is MARVIN
WfII, MONTGOMERY, trying to secure VERA REYNOLDS Is winning Glistening streamliners gliding over rib-

a patent for his latest Invention prizes coming and going with her bons of steel, while passengers enjoy travel economic strength for towns and

A"effAtltjrs a scientifically controlled prize dill pickle and HAZEL in its most pleasant form surrounded cities...
device to locate a needle In any FIELDS for some crazy reason
comfort and convenience to research
by Continuing to find of
every ways
haystack under 10 feet high. ((777)), we know not what, has
ftS Also in the capital KATHLEEN returned to Starke and Is now make the trip delightful... making tomorrow's transportation even

JUDD, feature editor of the popular in the florist business. Mighty freights; speeding their cargoes better than today's finest...

magazine "27" (It's come" all The wanderer FLORENCE Mc- throughout the land and thereby supplyAll of these, and more are part of our
AC eAfif 17"),
the way up the line from CULLEY, we find In Mexico be-
the lifeblood of the nation's arteries of daily efforts. Behind all of
and her illustrator EVELYN ing serenaded by the tall, dark log : our undertakings
tS" NEWSOM. who also paints her and handsome men found there. commerce, assuring on-time deliveries of is the principle which guides our planning ,.

fUICK own masterpieces, the last entitled We also see LILA RAE CALD- the thousands of items netdcd:: for your -that the Seaboard Air Line Railway
"I paint it, you find It" Paris learning about
Capital every-day living.. U a citizen of the territory it is privileged
They are staying at the the latest in hats for her OUi
City's most exclusive hotel-DDT Avenue Millinery Shop-The lat Working with agricultural: interests to to serve. As a citizen we will be satisfied

HELP, WITH FULL-STRENGTH FRESH YEASTatch (meaning Don't Dare Talk hereor est style even makes you fly. develop new crops, make old ones more to give nothing less than our best for

Fleiachmann'a right tohelp you'll wish you hadn't) It's reported that ESTHER the
active fresh Yeast go profitable... advancement of our territory and its
of the DDT Hotela Chief Operator
Wp- give your bread more delectable flavor, The\ RALPH manager ALVAREZ who has CREWS of has the entire Jax tsle- Bringing in new industries to provide interests,

smoother texture every time. succeeded in combining the subtle phone office and MARGUERITE
charm of the Metropoilan Museum WAINWRIGHT Is teaching home

IF You BAKE AT HOME be to Fleischmann's with the gaiety of the Bronx Zoo economics In Tallahassee. Quite Wall Teak Fw HUH I*W.rfc
freab to make it the "coziest" spot in the teacher, so I bear. p
Yeast with the familiar yellow'label. Dependable town. Other reasons for Its pop- Note that LUELLA DAVIS Is NctUiMl ronig* TrwU W..k .i.

America's favorite yeast for more ularity Is the music given each enjoying the climate of North May IS-U

NsgtyttS than Maestro CHARLES 'Carolina and at the same time AIR LINE
70 yee". night by RAILWAY ,
JOHNS and his "Lay them In the designing Nylon bathing suits, I a
w ylsasslryspry while we venture farther to find y
Aisles, Gently" Orchestra. with studious JOYCE HASKINS lUll
/f Fpt ?( JUNIE PATEL the greatest torch studying In William Mary's

singer of All times at the vocals. College. t
Another added attraction to the Oh Oh! time Is running short!

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_" Alice Renfroe Annual May Breakfast Woman's Club Is Colorful Event: Hayes-Deas and Angel Smith, 'great grand Dubose and daugbter
Marjorie I daughters; and Mra. E. A. Gil-I I granddaughter

Weds M. N Neil ---r':: .,' Mr- and Mrs. E. W. Hayes announce belt a daughter, 'and family, all of Worthington of J.t
... the and approaching Tallahassee. SPrln
.J., engagement of ; Russell Green and and Mrs. .
1 In. Tarpon SpringsMiss marriage of their family, Lee Green and family, na M. Ray BOYd and

daughter, Bettie, to John: ,Hall Settle Hazel Anderson Hendry and
Marjorie Alice Renfroe, and son, I Jacksonville
Deas. Jr.: son of Mr. and Mrs.
a great grandson of Mrs.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Law- Mr. Lawhorn
J. H. Dean, Sr., of Jennings.
: Renfroe, former residents of this I horn and R. H. Green Jr.: and useful gifts. I'ettt!

county, and Marlon N. Nell, son I The wedding will take place family all of Brooker; W. R. Du- beautiful the \'ft
i Friday evening May 31st, at 7 bose and family and Mrs. J. and everyone
of Mr. and Mrs. M;Nell of Tarpon C. time with
t, married Sunday o'clock In the First Baptist plenty to eat.
Springs, were .
evening April 28, in'the Method- I Church. No invitations are being

s. let Church there. The double ring sent but friends of the couple are

I ceremony was performed by .the invited to attend. I AppreciateThe

Rev. E. E. Snow.

I\ The church was decorated with Ladies Auxiliary'' Wonderful Vote

palms and bouquets of Easter
lilies, fern and gladioli, Including TuesdayThe That You,People Gave
j! the arch under which' the cd- Ladles Auxiliary of the

mony was performed. Presbyterian Church was enter- In The' First Primary

! Mrs. J. F, Arnold played!, the tained Tuesday afternoon by Mrs.C. .

! traditional wedding marches and C. Wynn at her home. Bowlsof That Allowed Me To
also accompanied Mrs. 'Robert beautiful gardenias were placed

Greer's renditions of "I Love YouTruly" about the room where the meet- The

and "All for You". Ing was held. Second Primary.

The bride, who was given in The president, Mrs.H. E Boel- I Urge Your
marriage by her father, wore a ter, presided over the business Vote and

gown of white Bilk net over satin; d"Se I r session and the committee reported

the tightly fitted bodice was of that the work of re-roofing the Support On May 28th

lace, with full length sleeves, Manse has been completed, and

sweetheart neckline and buttoned discussed the building of new Thank You,
down the back with a full skirt steps.

and silk net train. Her fingertipveil I. Pictured above is the pretty scene provided at the ,'annuall'' May Breakfast of. the.Starke Woman's There were' about 13: members

w..caught With orange blossom Club, Reid' l here'Wednesday of last week. The clever table arrangement, designed by Mrs. L. H. Jennings : present and during the social '

"tend she carried an arm featured a white picket fence around the Inner edge,of the tables. In front of which blossomed hour which followed the meeting, S. G' DENMARKCandidate
of white carnations and .
1 bouquet colorful black-eyed susana. -Photo by-T. H. Osborne.A Mrs. Wynn, assisted by Miss Lucille -
fern. She wore a string of pearls
Mitchell, served delicious for
a gift of the bridegroom, and County Commissioner
: white picket fence completely welcome to the guests. Miss Doris punch and cookies to those pres-
her music this of the
white satin slippers completed! during part pro- District
I covered with fern and yellow I Willard who has been a guest ent. Two
ensemble.Mrs. gram, and closed with a stirring
latsles placed along the inner soloist'with the Detroit Symphony -
Marvin Walker; 'sister, of edge of the tables formed the attractive Orchestra, sang a group of I march dedicated to all service Junior ClubSponsors
the bride maid of honor and
was setting for the annual three songs, and was accompaniedby men In hospitals.
wore a gown of pink silk net over Silver Tea --
May Breakfast at the Woman's Mrs. Ethel M. Blgga. The menu consisted of creamed

satin and carried an. arm bouquetof Club on Wednesday, May 8. ,The Mrs. Perryman introduced her chicken with vegetables, rolls and Woman'sClub '
rosebuds. Members of the Junior
pink tables formed a rectangle and guest Mrs. C., F. Sayles of MI- coffee.
Webster Baker; nephew of the were covered with white cloths. ami to the group, Mrs. W. F.God- will be hostesses at a silver

brldo, served a. best man. The speaker's liablewas covered win introduced her sister Mrs. H. Business Meeting Held tea to be given Thursday, May
'Miss Helen cloth. Following the breakfast the regular 23, in the club building from 4:30:
Bridesmaids were I with a white Chinese linen B. Montgomery of Griffin Ga.,
Tharp, niece of'the bride, in aqua I The president, Mrs. R. A. Green, and Mrs. M. F. Brown presentedher club meeting was held. Mrs. until 6 o'clock. Proceeds' will go
with match- K. Green presided and Mra. W. R. into a fund for an iron lung
silk net over "satin- and past presidents, Mra. E. mother. Mrs. Joe: Fitzgeraldof
Ing veil fastened with a wreathof Perryman, Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Mrs. Tampa. ,Mrs. W, B. Mundy had Morse served as secretary. which Is being purchased by the.

white roses and a bouquet of K. O. Duncan, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, aa her guests Mrs. Robert Kite Some changes. ,. the club's bylaws Florida Junior Clubwomen.

pink rosebuds; Miss Rita Nell, Mrs. t*. A.. Davis, and Mrs. Ed- end Mrs.' R. P. Stubbina of the were discussed and reportswere

sister of the bridegroom In blue ward Burns' were seated with State Farm. given by Mrs. Green and Birthday Dinner

silk net'over satin, with matching An. R.. F. Demorest, Mra. J.: W. I The program was continued ,
Mrs. Barbara Breazealle on the For Rev. LawhornA
veil and red rosebud bouquet; Mrs. Clncald,'and Mrs. L. H. Jennings with two Russian dances by Miss ,
I i I tate convention they attended .
Randolph Newell in rose colored at the, speaker's table, where the Margaret Rose Duncan in Russian
recently in Lakeland, and also by birthday dinner and family
gown of silk net with white roses, daisy-covered fence formed an costume Then an "InspirationTime"
; Miss Luclle Mitchell on the Junior reunion was given in honor of ,
and Miss Claudine Stephenson, arehwa1.' was held with a readingby
Woman's Club Convention also Rev. William M. Lawhorn of
cousin of the bride, in yellow There were about 60 membersand Mrs. R.. F. Demorest.A r
held there. Brooker at his home on Sunday,
silk net and a bouquet of Talisman their guests present and<< pictures moment of silent prayer for
Mrs. W E. May 5, by his wife, Mrs. Lucretia
Strickland. Mrs. R.
roses. of the group were taken by mothers all over the world followed -
P. Stubblns. Mrs. J. Hembree Green Lawhorn. He was 70 yearsof
Sandra Brady, Jn'a, white net .TA H. Osborne. ., with the reading of a poem
Mrs. age on that date.
Mrs. Kincald social chairman about mother Mra. Kincaid Robert Kite, Mra. W. G.
gown and veil, was flower girl, by
served master of ceremoniesand and the "Mother" Miss Stringfellow, and Miss Helena Dinner was served at 1 p.m.
and R. C. Oause Jr. In a white as song, by
Ranly were welcomed Into the with Robert E. Lee Green givingthe
the Garni Hutto. Mrs.
suit was ring bearer. opened program with a t Biggs,played
.Walker ,r .'... group as new members. devotional. R. H. Green Jr.,
Ushers'were Marvin youngest son of Mrs. Lawhorn,

brother-in-law of the bride, John- Met spoke briefly about family reunions -I
WCTJJ; Friday
nie Gallagher, Lester Burgess and I and birthday dinners; the

Grady KUllngsworth With Mrs: Epperson I good close' fellowship of having

CandleillgIlterrwere\ ;Miss Lou.. '10 4'1Ti > ,' "'" II itu" the gatherings and the fact,; that

lIe John, cousin of, the bride, of ;The Laura H. ScoU.iUnloiv"of families.stick together and enjoy

New River, who wore blue net the W.C.T.U. ,met Frldayw afternoon one another! better by reason 'tof
at the home' oti: Mrs- W. J.Eppereonon "- H "*
with a corsage of pink roses, and l'. '-*-- ,* i the reunions. i

Miss Alma Lee Sparkman, niece I Quito s high spot at the wOIft"1' 'Utled' headS:bffo.i.I... l41'untries Walpu>j ptsent. to- :Those".V' 'pre twerer: Mrs. W. t

of the bride, In pink{net W1\hc:ral- 'an's Club'May Breakfast on because "of: bier\ patience I Spring and' early;.ummer flow- Dv,iLalng, a.daughter, and family ,
Isman roses. of last week era were used-to advantage In the Smith
nesday was an emergencies, ,' Mrs Walter B. a
all ,
Jn ] VirginiaSmith
Mrs: thaa-Cowan of New RTVir Ing bit read (but not authored spacious: ,, living room'-,where the '{ tan{daughter Misses'Prt cU1n >: .-or-
rushed fjft wearing a ; .,, .
snappy' members were entertained. Mrs.
er, also. .;cousin of the bride, was by Verna Demorest and alleged I -
bridal attendant, and i train carrier to be "Carolyn Callstreet'a reportof _de-drape! teen age creation O. Stansbury/president, called I _

and wore a gown of pink chiffon the. May Breakfast qf May 7, andwa busily$ ,engaged! in pro- the meeting to; order, and Mrs. -

and net. Her corsage was white 1956" That'a pretty far in moting a new drive to raise funds Epperson led the devotional. Mrs. : :

rosebuds. the future, but here are a few to aid the color-blind*. Having Madge Futch sang a ,olo, "It

The mother of the bride and excerpts from this clever bit of I secured volunteers, she promptly Pays to Serve Jesus Every Day" : ,

bridegroom wore pink and their imagining and It might be Inter- dumped the whole business in and Mrs. W. J. Churchwell sang ,..

corsages were red rosebuds.Reception esting Ho clip this column and their laps and dashed off to head "Oh, It's Wonderful". They were /

Is Held check ott the; facts In: 1806 .I up i the local committee for reliefof accompanied by Miss Nan Wal-
who all their lace at the piano
'reception was held in the community people spend; timerelieving'other'Popple
Mrs. Stansbury'presented Mrs. .
building Immediately ..fol 1
Local lovelies nodded and smiled .. Noble White with' a birthday gift .
lowing the ceremony.' After spend happily 'at one another across Ruth Mora was being con- and a corsage, and the members
short time with their guests;
ing a for threeweeks' white picket fences gay with 1 gratulated upon receiving the joined( in singing '"Happy Birthday -
Mr. and Mrs. Neil left a
>la<:!k'-eyed Susana and fern, 'at Pulitzer Prize for her new novel to You". invited the
wedding trip to Niagara cordially
the Woman's Club May Break- 'Starkey town Down South", Mrs. White gave a brief talk -you
Falls and other points.
fast held Wednesday, May 7, widely acclaimed as'the year's on "Temperance Events of Many -

Among the out-of-town guests 1958 .',,. Bess Burns was fetch- greatest piece of :stark realism Years Ago" and Mrs. Stansbury Cframitr; csretentatlonof
were Mr. and Mrs. :M. L. John Ing Iri a red flowered dress that Florence Brown was charming presided over a (short business .. '

and children, Louise, and Fred and enhanced Tier particular, brand of In a ,Worth-mod*!"'of red and session. The mee\1ns"was closed I

Mrs. Charles Cowan, of New River,, Southern charm Having set yellow stripes, with which she with prayer and Mrs. J.-.T.' Quig- .." aimttnguuheJ new utalche*

the Welfare Board and the Red wore a corsage of, yellow daffodils ley Invited the group to meet ( .

FFA Members and Cross organizations their feet with sprays of plumosafern with her at the next regular time. -.lie'.xcel1Iencg 9tOu ,

Parents; over a number of years, she now cascading ''down, the front "?,

Enjoy has hopes of being' elected;.'to >. She has become one of Flor- Informal 'Dance ,

Banquet' FridayThe the State Senate Beaa ta. basing da'a moat prominent female attorneys I by' 'BULOVA,

,her unusual campaign on the Ethel Biggs was Given By YPSL .

Future' Farmers of AmerIca slogan,."Let the women clean up gowned In a becoming ralnbow-'
In Service CenterThe
held their' second annual the government-the men have hued goat-milk creation 0 Having :

Parent and Son Banquet in the made a'mess of It;. Lots Just returned from an exten-'
Young Service
Bradford High t School cafeterialast PeVryman'} leisurely approached sive honeymoon trip around the People's
of Mark's
League St. Episcopal
Friday night at 8 o'clock- the threshold of .the elub,, and world, she was all blushes, addinga Church had a nice crowd at their

The program was opened with calmly'' stated to groups; before neon effect to her ensemble Informal dance held last Friday
the luncheon that her considered All In all 'twas e .
the singing of "America" by the a lovely party night In the Service Center. Arrangements -

entire group, and the! invocationby opinion on present-day..-.problems .,. And the many other original of early summer flow

the Rev., W. J. Churchwell, Is a decisive "yea and no" :* -.< creations were too' numerous to ers and native .greenery againstthe

The welcome Address' was given mention .. ., (End quote) .- Center's background colors of
Jeanette Kincaid was In her ...&;.
by Leland (Lex) Baker. The -- blue and tan formed a lovely set
High School Band gave several glory beneath a fetching bonnet And now let's Ret back to 1946! ting for the dancers.

selections, and Robert Cox spokeon featuring' a stratosphere flight In Hear that T. K. and Wilma
the FFA Creed. complete panorama atop a Baku McClane and sons, Tom A Don Ping-pong tables and lawn
straw chairs were placed about for the
The FFA Alms and Purposeswere Thelma Jennings con- will join the KIngsley colony this
benefit of those "sitting one out". 0 0"a
tributed to her rather '
Junoesque summer having the Burns
explained by Vernon Crosby
and the president, Doyle Conner, stature by wearing a lovely dress cottage for June: July, and Au At 10:30: Lyle Anderson' and Dor-

conferred an honorary, member- of red and black vertical stripeswith gust Seems that George othy Lappe led 'a grand march
a chapeau fashioned of a Young the ministerial student after which fruit punch and cookIes -
Foster Shi
ship in the chapter, on a
Smith, principal of, BHS., Miss I tall red vase that actually held from Sewannee, .Is making quitea were aerved. }i

Margaret Carter gave a vocal I water, and In which was arranged hit with the Young People's The League members wish to BULOV

selection, and the Chapter accom- a large bouquet of sunflowers Service League by taking &.. active express their gratitude to all .

plishments were reviewed by and phlox She was late as Interest In their activities: whose help and cooperation, made
Buck Norman. usual, and scurried to her seat aa I such as the very successful dance the dance possible. The proceeds II 21 jewels

Vocational teacher V. R. Fer- quietly as possible .plashJng' last Friday night Hear Buddy from the dance will be used as 4.
water from the vase at.-.'evry Davis will study journalism at partial scholarships to the League

were guson W.introduced T. Loften, the, District'gueets who Advisor turn of her head (J the U. of F. Add envy item: delegates to Camp Weed, the '>?:v;; fr' j For the 4aatiof
the lovely dresser set that Nelson Diocesan Summer Conference. %' '
of PTA, DP.. JC.W. Garrts,. *" ,- a" .
Clara Mae Knight bustled In, Blocker presented ._ )
as a ddl"l' -
Professor of Agriculture Edu him I The manager of the -Fr w>att soma
stopping long enough to. rear. gift to his bride Clara'Mae somrtl''
cation, three seniors from the the store however asked to _wait on finer,
range table decorations toulf Seems 'twas fashioned of haneS-
University of Florida, who accom- her and almost pushed her in : X.MUNCBTON F' 'richer is s uo,
her fancy, in spite of the carved silver which Nelson
panied Dr. Garris, and a group of front of' the Interviewer, telling I .' 1
seated Jewels piece.
guests She was brought back with him from Per-
High School teachers.Dr. her that when "an, llarm clock, : proud ro PN'd
proudly showing photographs of sia, where he was stationed during 2.50
Garrts gave the main ad- the new Woman's Club library the war v v set close by; went off the person.I e the "Eic.Usa;
dress of the evening and used as that has been described as'one i being' interviewed would get a "* *
-- "
his subject the FFA motto: of the best in the South: She Dot (Faxon) Hnbner of Columbus 17-JeweI Helbros wristwatch .' A. ) .USADOa, Ali
"Learning to Do, Doing to Learn, Naturally, she became a willing. 21
already has a -new set 01 blueprints Miss., k recent visitor here
Earning to Live Living to however, for an even bigger tell of a streak of luck she had victim and the man had Just asked aVLOY.tVCtUUHcr Clout maD 'IO/ll" TO V'
Serve." her name and how the weather
and better home for aged recently Seems she dropped
The the books '. was in Florida,:'when: the clock' JewelsGEM
closed Mona
program was by Canova, Call la at the opening of a new :jewelry
president..and the banquet., consisting Street's pride and j Joy In the _store.,,In Columbus looking the went off .. So'Dot was handed I I JEWELRYStarke

of baked chicken with .all music world, has Just returned for a Mother's Day gin '. A watch a perfect Mother'sDay

the trimmings was enjoyed by the from a world tour with her famous man was "Bind,*a radio micro- gift on a silver platter! .

boys, their parents, and other children's orchestra She phone interviewing customers and
80 long See In the
guests was awarded high honors from ,pot, In a IIt ry,, tried, to. dodge II I .. 0 you -Carolyn. Flolda1tfADFORDCOUNTV




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BITS of '''LOCAL NEWS I Recently"Wed' Mr,..j>.i( H.'Mlddleton of Gaines i,_Mrs. MaeDickens, returned ,).[P. ,R. A. Green a cS.irL U.

;- vole pent Tuesday with Dr. and, Sunday from a few days' visit In t Jennings wire shopping fie I' I'H.
.. ''''' Mrs. 'W% E. Mlddleton. Mrs' T. Sanford { Gainesville Tuesday.

M. C. Wells of Mrs. Hogan Smith and Mrs. ., t .\.. :' H. Howard of San Diego Calif., ,
and Mrs. the other's Artford Brown of Gainesville -.' has returned for another visit with

nvllle l'pPlt Mrs. Wells'IS. were shopping in Jacksonville .\" ;,. the Aflddletons after spending
withs.Eekend Mra. L. S. Hutto. Tuesday.Mrs. <"", \/ some time In South Florida. ANNOUNCING TilE OPENINGof
yr! D. Vining' will Bertha Brock and son, Sgt. Miss Ruby Sileox was In Jack a

and Mrs cT L. Saturday and Byron Brock, of Taft, Texas, are k sonville Tuesday to meet Miss ,
JJ1"1Sunday with Mrs. spending this week here with Mrs. Mary Maher of New York who FURNITURE REPAIR SHOPIn

W. 1.. ,JoinhO Brock's brother-in-law and sister. spent several days with her be-
Mrs. The Green; Iluildlng
g's mother here Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White. .. fore going on to Pensacola to
will visit them the Mrs. O. W. White visited Mrs visit relatives. Miss Maher was Formerly Occupied by Gassett Exchange Store

I o s rule Duncan spent In Pearl Simpson and daughters, and a WAVEmate of Miss Silcox. Nut Door to Starke Dry' Cleaners

B end at with hertmother. the Rev. and Mrs. G. C. Powellin Rev. I... Q. Hemingway and S. -
water Miami recently. E. Sparks are attending the
Col, T T, Long ot Ft. Mc' Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr. Southern Baptist Convention In We{ Buy and Sell Used Furnitureand

nil Ala spent and a. !idaywith their were In Jacksonville Tuesday on ,,'!f '..iL Miami this week Household Goods
UrL Long business. They have moved to
Miss Sue
Hey reported back, Wed- their home on Kingsley Lake for Mary Epperson spent ._
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here. guestsday the, weekend at the, lake home
They were supper and ,Mrs. the summer. near: Keystone;.of her, grandparents We Have In Stock Now 'Metal! Lawn
Col. ''
of J. C. Hoover '
LeWis night In Jacksonville. Edwards of the and Hoover Miss Elaine Bros. wv4 Mr, and Mrs.She R. L., Richard her, Chairs, ,Metal Beds.'Table & Bridge Lamps

Noble ofnapolis. of Jacksonville. had as . .. .
L. H. Studio are attending the State A. A'"
and )[I's. guest. Miss Mattllane Perdue, also
Ind. arrived Tuesday Photographers Convention in Miami of Jacksonville
Noble's brotheriniMjitoter Beach.
Mrs. SI'K<< Mr and Mrs. L.l Come and be fitted In a beau- I
Nave $J at Lrf'llu'a Beauty' 'I"""""
och They will also visit indha tiful Splrellu garment for spring Salon .
before returning to their' and Hummer.-Mrs. Frank Hoover, -
i Mrs. Frank Landrum and chil-
Cornetlere, Starke. 4-12 8tp I

t.,'ison Faulkner of Lakeland Mrs. R. G. Kidd, Jr., and son. C. M. Phillips Insurance salesman, and Mrs. 'Mary M. Ormond dren spent In Brooksvllle.last weekend with relatives j jMm
B> from Sunday through Tues- Robert, were shopping In Jackson- were married on March 15 in Folkston, Ga. Mr. Phillips Is formerly I

f t With Mr and Mrs. Paul ville Tuesday. of Oneida, Tenn., but has been living In' Starke for about a year. I, Nelma Keen and Major ,.OUAJ-f !
and Mrs H. H. McConnell of
Wednesday toId SPECIAL: Guaranteed ;
kner. He left permanent At present Mr. and Mrs. Phillips are residing In their home at 10th' last O :
; D. C.,
lime in Kentucky be-; wave $5 at Leila's Beauty Washington spent
some and Lake Streets.
home. I Salon.' weekend in Daytona Beach with G
of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. E. S. Matthews Is visitingher Miss Carolyn Keen. Major and
ndav Wall guests were Maj. and Mrs. son-in-law and daughter, Dr. Friends will\) be glad to know!I Mrs. Mattle Gahagan is spend- Mrs. McConnell are visiting i

L. Wall and two children. of and Mrs. H. B. McLendon in Or that T. J. Griffin Is improving at ing this weekend in Savannah, through the state this week and
c. lando.Ocis1L. the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Ga., visiting her sons, Emmett spent Friday and Saturday with I
Augustine Mendoza in Jacksonville following)'I and Powell Qahagan. Its. Keen on their way home. r

a recent illness. He hopes to return George D. Young who Is assist' Irs. McConnell was Miss Patsey

home the latter part of this ing acting rector Fred Yeikes of Keen.

week. St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Chief Engineer and Mrs. ErnestL
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Morse are spends Wednesday and Thursdayeach Dowllng of Jacksonville were
spending this week in Lakeland week In St Augustine.: guests Sunday of Mr. Dowling's

where Mrs. Morse is attending a Miss Shirley Colley of FSCWin uother-ln-law and sister, Dr. and

Home Service Course conducted Tallahassee spent the weekend Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mrs. .

by the Red Cross. They will stop: with her mother, Mrs Margie Col- W. Q. Halle returned Monday -

by Stetson University in DeLand ley, and slater, Miss Frances Col- after'spendln&' the Mother's
this weekend to visit\ their daughter ley. Day. weekend in Miami with heron

\ Miss Sylvia Morse. Mr. and Mrs A. N. Holiday and Jack Halle, and son and

The Rev. and Mrs L. D. Haines son, Arthur, left Wednesday fora aughter-ln-law Mr. and Mrs.
left Monday to attend the Southern visit with relatives In Detroit, Woodfin O. Halle Jr.
I WO BURGLARS Baptist Convention in Miami Mich. NKW: UKMIXOTON: I'OUT-

ITALKEDTOAWATCH- this week. They were accompanied C. W. Colson Y 3-c, of Solo- AISLE: typewriter, $ 1.11 (tn-

MANTHENIGHTBE'- f by Rev. M C. Stlth. Rev. mons, Md. is spending a 16-day eludes tax) Bradford County

IFORE BREAKING IN* Woodrow Flynn went down Saturday leave with his father C. W. Col- Telegraph.
for the convention. son Sr. He Is stationed with the .-
Mr. and Mrs. H A. Durclen and personnel'office at the Naval Mine
WERE PLEASED TO family of Jacksonville Beach spent Warfare Training Station there.

FIND HE WAS NEARLY last weekend with Mr. Durden's Mrs. Bertha Pearce and Mr. and THAT MOMENT IN LIFE

DEAF. mother, Mrs. A. A. Durden. I Mrs. Ed Ensor left today to at- r INSURE THEY 'WILL ALWAYS' REMEMBER
Robert E. Greene Jr. arrived in tend graduation exercises over the

San Francisco Friday and expects weekend, at Montreat College, N. CANNING: .. .... ... I .. I A ,
\ to join Mrs. Greene here this C. Miss Wanda Pearce is in the
Psvlali, AN EXPLODING HOT weekend. graduating class and will return Those School Friends, Buddies

STOVE BRANDED A' Sunday guests of Mrs. J. B. with them Monday. SUCCESS Af And Pals True Boys and Gals it I
WOMAN WITH THIS Alexander and Miss Wilma Alex- Parnell Tyson spent several ,

MARK IN REVERSE-.PATENTED ander were Mrs. M. L. Maynardand days' this week in Hamilton County .. ", ,, ,, ., I I ......
1894. y, Mr. and Mr. ',C O. DuPuis attending to property; interests. J'
a a P1ea of Alachua. Carl DuPuls of Mrs. Leslie Biggs and daughter, 1., Tl ell e earned (hats' promotion I II
\ D Mr.- and Mrs. Ernest Mlaml'l Barbara Sue; left Tuesday for a ,a.40 c' them lift
/ .Lera give
Gainesville''' and J.. R. week's visit-with friends at Jacksonville ,...t -. a >
t1ANGoh.KEA AC"- High Springs Beach. With an 'item of jewelry

A 'O F.ASPH ,i< WHEN 600'pCNMOS ; sped of Elizabeth, N. J., are spend and Mrs. A.' B., Wallace and Mrs

fE.LL f ing a few days) here and/visiting May Dickens of Sanford spent the .. II. .. ..... .''" .." .. ....
WINDOWKNOCKED their son .at Green, Cove, prlnga. weekend with,.Mr, and-Mr W. L. }
\ ,
sate 6M at the home of Wall Watches Diamonds .
.. They are staying Pendants
I HIM DOWN. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis. SPECIAL Guaranteed per-
of Mr. and Mrs. manent wave $5 at Leila's Beauty USE
.an_r.., ,.....ev r 1 ... Sunday guests Compacts Bracelet*
Mrs. Pauline Salon.
E. M. Davis were '
Stone and Ion, Bill Stone, and Comer Long of DeLand and I'r yt That They Will Cherish For Life
.daughter, Mrs. W. A. Allen, and Bill Long of Jacksonville spent rt

H. C. ... her small son, George William Allen Sunday with their mother, Mrs. ..... ..,. I I..... .. .. .. ..
: Wall Agency. and Mrs. Davis sister, Miss) F. H. Long, and enjoyed the dayon
the lake with other members
Mamie Anderson, all of Archer. I '
James Thomas and Ernest: of the family. BARS Harley F. Strong
Constant Service Over 50 Years Trlest, A. Z. Adkins, Jr., and Ted i Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Kldd, Jr.. I

Osborne are attending the American : and children spent Mother's. Day / CAPS, LIDS
Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED Legion Convention In West I with Mr. Kldd's grandmother, i kRUBBIRSTod CAMP LANDING JEWELER SINCE 1941

Palm Beach from Wednesday. Mrs. W. H. Helmintoller In Haw-
through Sunday. I I thorne. follow innnicikMi (Formerly The Stag)

UM Ball Blue Book. To Lea yuur copy PHONE 153

rnA IDo with your D.me.nd .dd....loAU 137 W. Call St. STARKE, FLA.

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PROPERTY' ._ screened porches, also Bix-room
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bridge out, E. Call street on. .
mile to large white house, largelawn. BEDROOMSUITS
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..* Home.*.... all.Pttrtnarr ..... tfcl -. be between eight and Bradford 9 weeks
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e y Telegraph per .IbBr.etaunt tf- and '. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

;.Iall..!: In two ..as.mrln FOR t acr SALE-N... of timbered IIroom.ly. I...1.1..... Robbins'W

'i y.n"t'b"lt.; 'floor.. c.pr.lIombln.d.. lamp..... ,,1."Ie.From b.neh. cur.ply.Include. .. Errol Starke mil. N.;Alvarvs.:FU.W.'of Stark.Ill' 8.. Ch 111I00.rry-. ""P... John H. Denmark Furniture Co. !

';'bIn tt: f.3teuri a.5loos.eEdward..Bla, LOST low-A plastic boot. 7 ring small pietas lit kern'"Turn on' 70 tactFriday. to U STERNBERG'S W .- PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA. ;

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. e . . . . C. H. Hickman made a business Devil's Mill Hopper.A children of Lawtey were visitingJ.

trip to Gainesville Tuesday. Mrs. crowd of young folks here D. Phillips! and family Sunday
Graham LAWTEY Hickman has returned from the enjoyed
a barbecue and swimming afternoon.
hospital there and is getting party given Frank Arnold at )
By Mm. John McKlnney By Mrs. Mamie Crews along fine. by Sunday visitors of Mrs. S. R.
Hampton Lake Saturday after-
e e e a 5
. e a . Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lewis, and noon. Swindell and family were Mr.and 1"I

1. Mrs. Leon Wynn and children ACCIDENTALLY SHOT son, Alvin of Keystone Heights, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Crosby of Mrs John Jordan and daughters,
left Saturday for a two weeks'''I, James Crews Is improving in the are visiting friends here this Jacksonville spent the weekend Norma Lee and -Willa Mae of

visit with her slater in Cairo, Ga. Alachua County Hospital after he week. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.L. Alachua and Mrs. W. C. Rhoden !:
John McKinney was in Waldoon was accidentally shot while tussling Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and R. Gainey. )
and Miss Thelma Rhoden of
business Saturday.W. ? with his younger brother daughters, Loca and JoAnn, were Miss I
Mary Mott and Mrs. Hamp
P. Bennett is working In over a rifle last Thursday, May in Jacksonville on business Wed- Conne(ly attended church servicesat Starke, and Walter Swindell of
Palatka.W. 9th. The accident happened at the nesday. C. R. Crews was also Little Alachua.J. 1-- ....
Springs near -
C. Burton, John :McKlnneyand .! home of their parents. Mr. and there on that day. I Sunday. D. Phillips had all of his To The Voters
W. P. Bennett attended the Mrs. John Crews, west of Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Crews of Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Hendersonof children home with him Sunday. I Of Bradford Coon

IOOF meeting In Gainesville last Mrs. II. C.: Kelly and sons, Starke were here Tuesday 0 on I Jasper attended church here at They were Miss Elizabeth Phil-
, Monday night. David and Wendell, with Bobble business. the Church of Christ Sunday. lips of Jacksonville, Mrs. J. F. District Number Two"I
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Whitehead and C. R. Crews, madea Mrs. Nettle Starling and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Buster Rahn and Thornton of Baltimore, Md., D. J.
, T. L. Casey and Mr. and Mrs. business trip to Jacksonville Louise, of Hellbronn Springswere baby spent Sunday at Worthington and Miss Hazel Phillips, and sis-
I Nate Dyal were Mr. and Mrs. Monday night. here Tuesday on business. Springs.Mrs. .
Bill Neeld and children and Mr. Rev. O. J. Raulerson and Rev. L. P. Rafuse and Johnnie Gas- Cassie Larramore of St. call your: attention to the fact that
ana Mrs. B. A. Clark and daugiv. que were in Jacksonville Thurs- CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION on Mai)
28th there is
the school term. Petersburg Is here'visiting Mr that a run-off for
ter Jackie of Tampa Mr. and :Mrs. day of last week. your choic:
Benson Buzbee and children of Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal were and Mrs. L. W. Sowell. I for a Representative on your Board for
Rev. and Mrs. O. J. Raulersonwere Mr..,and.Mrs. George Adams of Counts
Alachua, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed visiting a Hart. Haven Sunday Commissioner of this District. )
Taylor, Mrs. E. T. Vestal, Mr. and night and shopped in Jacksonville in Jacksonville Sunday. Milton are here visiting her par- I have ben
Mrs. Hilton Neeld and daughter, Monday James Dunn is visiting rela ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelly.Theressa for the people of Bradford County as a whole

Cheryl, Misses Patty Buzbee and The people of this section are I, tives in Andalusla, Ala. this week. . "I have supervised all work that has been
picking beans and cucumbers and Mrs. Gertie Miles is sick at e e e a e don!
Peggy Hlghtower, Lynny Neeld,
this in my district and personally
Beau Buzbee and Pat Pappas of digging potatoes, and still getting each
Scoutmaster Bill Wall and the job and visited boys when
Jacksonville. They enjoyed the plenty of rain. my they worked in
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Starling Boy Scouts'enjoyed a hike to district which constitutes
day on Hampton Lake with a pic- my
Kingsley Lake afternoon By Mrs. James Swindell approximate]
Friday )
were in Jacksonville
nlo and'boat rides. shopping . third of the
Saturday. where they camped that night and e e e e e one voters in Bradford Count;,
Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Young- Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Davis of went swimming. Making the hike LINDA LOPERCongratulations If you will return me back to this office !
blood of Fort Pierce spent Sunday ,
Waldo were visiting their parents were Ernest Wells, Bobby White- will give my time in the future I
with his brother-in-law and sister, to Mr. and as have in
Mr. and Mrs. Berry and Mr. head Elma Crews, Ovid and Don-
Mr. and Mrs. ,John McKinney. and Mrs. Jeff Davis Dyal Sunday. ald Bennett, Leslie Phillips, Mar- Mrs. Ben Loper on the arrival of the past and my service will not be for anj)
Another guest of Mr. and Mrs. a baby daughter at Glendale Hos-
vin Warren, Durban selected class, but for the rank
Betty and Jimmy Davis spent partof Foy Glenn and .file and
pital .Palatka
McKinney Sunday was Buford on Sunday, May
the week with their Shuford, Micky Ellis, and Jimmie
McKinney of Gainesville. grandparents. Rowe. 12. She has been named Linda. those who stand for Jeffersonian Democracy"E. )

Roy Reynolds working in Church services will be held at Eustace Kelly of New River Mrs. EdmOndson and daughter. PHARMACISTPhone
Sanford and spent the weekend I the Baptist Church Sunday morning visited here last week. Patsy, of Starke were visiting
with his family here. They plan' and evening. Everyone is Invited Mra. H. C. Kelly and C. R. Miss Hazel Phillips Friday. 64 STARKE L. CrawfordOPEN
to move to Sanford at the lend of:, to' attend. Crews visited Mr. Kelly in River- I Mrs. Kelsey, Mrs. Dan Loper, On-the-Minit Service
side Hospital in Jacksonville last Mr. and Mrs. Ben Loper were in
Thursday and again Sunday Palatka on business Friday. -

when Mr. Kelly returned with Mrs. S. R. Swindell was visit- "m'.''.."..''."....."I'"H"'H''HH'....'..........'....'....'.'.....'.'.'.'.'.''..''.'.'.'..''..''.'.'.'.'..,.''.'.'.'.',"''''.'.."..''..'.'.''..''.'.'..''.."""........"....."..".'.,....""''.,,.,.....",...,".'...".".....".'...".........,...........................".."..".."........"...."...."...."..".".'.'.'.'."._\\1111111111'1111111111111111I11011"1111111\111111111111111.................._...................:....\................."...11I11"111111I11"......""..............."._." '''.'..''' -.....
IN TIlE SAU'I'HEASTMore them after two weeks there. ing relatives in Alachua Friday.
people drink Atlantic Ale and Beer than any other. Mrs. Eva McCarey of Tampaand Sgt. and Mrs. Merle Packhamand
Mr and Mrs. L. C. Casque son Leroy are spending 15
It must be...
4t / and children of Lake Butler were days with relatives here. i
1 Sunday guests of Mrs. Carrie Mrs. Lillian Dodd left Tuesday
Casque and eon, Johnnie. for the hospital In Bay Pines. Her
Mrs. Mary O'Grady visited her friends regret her illness.
husband in the Lake City hospital Murray Castleberry spent Moth-
Monday.Brooker. er's Day with his mother, Mrs. Farm Home & Auto Supply Inc.
M. M. Castleberry and family in
S a e e e Adel, Ga.

Ben, Harry, and Henry Loper 144 W. Call St. West of Newspaper Office
were In Gainesville Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Whlteslde and

' IC, e e .By.Mrs.. .T..W.e.Markey a e e e Mr.ing Porter Mr. and of Keystone Mrs. E. were S. Sibley visit- Auto Supplies Home Supplies

ALE Md tERUM W.M.U. MEETING Sunday and attended Homecoming -
-/ M MM MO. .a.n Members of the WMU met at at the Baptist Church. Rev. \ -
the Baptist Church Wednesday, Sid Prevatt, pastor here 35 years Farm Supplies
!' A/1.1f, 1# d CI..,CA...,., ,S .d, May 8, with 11 present. A program ago, brought the morning sermon.
Mrs. J. D. Griffis was a Sunday
was rendered by the follow
f, n.mmuro m A .AAml tlueAAnmAIMn meaAAtl a mnim olo MtlNmnmtlaemr mmn 1H Hlltlt1 IIBI Hffl I HHIttll HB HIHI Bl ItHI M f IM1 HIM II.I)I INntWIfltlHtHltfl ing: Miss Lubedla Pinholster,Mrs.R. visitor of Mrs. Sidney Griffis at
1 I F. Gano, Mrs. C. H. Layfield, Lake Geneva. Come In And See Our Store
Mrs. Earl Green and Mrs. C. A. Joe W. McGee returned to his

, ''I. Crosby. The president Mrs. .Bu- home. in Macon'' Ga. after spending .. ... n"o
lab Harwell was absent, and Mrs. a few days with his children

'f"I V.Miss V. Hazen Pinholster presided., chairman for I I Mr.son, and Larry Mrs., and James Elmo Swindell McGee., and We ,Have Many Items That Have Not Been

Mrs. A. H.'Kelsey:"Mrs.: Sidney
I:;;' ir. Community :Missions, gave a report -
\ on visiting the sick in the Trlest, Mrs. Dan Loper Ben Lo .
(,,. : community. One new memberwas per and song' Harry, and Ernest Available In Starke Previously
Trieat visited Mrs. Ben Loper and
'i1\.,,< added. The next meeting will
1(,.:, \ ." be held at the home of Mrs. Win- baby daughter' In the Glendale -- ... _
1'"I.:., fred Hazen on Wednesday, May Hospital. Monday.: .
,'"ii. d- Mrs. J. P. Dickinson was a
i. '. r .It ;; attend.22. AU members are urged to Monday.Mr.business. visitor in Jacksonville Guy Andrews, President & Manager

i LOVELY SHOWER and Mrs. ,
GIVENA O. J. Phillips and 1I1"11I11I1I1II'1II"'mll"lllmll"IIIIIIII"'I' "" i II'ittiwimntmiiimiiimmiiiiHmiiimimniiiiM' ' 1'111111"111111I1'1'11I1'1111"lllllItlllllll'"IIII""I'"III' ''''' ''' ' IIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIII""IIIIII."II""I'III"P'' '
shower In honor of Mrs. Ovid .
New Color Lewis was given at the CommunIty -

Center, Thursday, May 9.
t F. At The. Games were played and prizes
of A
Sweep Brush awarded to Mrs. V. V. Hazen,

Mrs. R. M., Gainey, Mrs. Annie We Wish To AnnounceTo
Lewis, and Mrs. Eldon Hardy.
E; SPECIAL PRICE ON PURE LINSEED OIL Many lovely gifts were presentedto

Mrs. Lewis. The room was

flowers.beautifully Refreshments decorated with of spring Coca ::Pur Many Customers' & Friend

Colas and cake were served
by f-
E,Le. HAVANA BROWN CREAM the' hostesses, Mrs. Wlnfred Haz .,
en, Miss Lubedla Pinholster. Mrs. ,. That We Are Now Located
GALLONS $2.75 Paul Stewart, Mrs. J. V. Edwards, .. '.
a and Mrs. J. T. Sowell.
; :

a BERRY BROTHERS Mr.business and Mrs.trip Otis to Barry Jacksonville madea if In The Ritch Building

Mr.' and Mrs., Eldon
tA41t 60c QUARTS $1.05 GALLON $3.00 visiting Mr. and Mrs.Hardy Douglass were ;: .', .5: ; .. Formerly Occupied by Hart Furniture Co.

.. .' Hardy :at Hampton Saturday afternoon : I' :F

OLD ENGLISIi'Paste: Wax, Lbs. 59c Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Andrewsand /,
Mrs. Ray Andrews and son !
of Lake City were here last '1 .. **. f't.

BRADFORD HARDWARE CO.yIWYWY4WWIIIWIWIWWYILWWIIWIW4WNIYLWJtl Tuesday.Mr. and' Mrs. Raymond Crews .'<,.. .. : We Now Have: With Us Our Two Veteran

and daughter, Marjorie Sue, of I '<
UWUIIhtHUItW.. IIIJIIIIIXINIMIYIIIIIWIpgIg1111L1IlYYYIN141WIIIWWI/AIIWWIi' ' '' /'' ,,,,,YW11M1A.IMMMUM1141NW11' '' ur Jacksonville were weekend guestsof :" 1; -1 Sons, One Having Served With The Dixie

Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry. \, (
Mrs. O. W. Barry, Mrs. Arthur ., WitI ,
Edwards, Mrs. Lloyd Barry, Mrs. :., Division Overseas For More Than Two
T. W. Markey, and Miss Frances .
..... ',I'j'{',
Barry were shopping in Gainesville ,\, ..)JI! I..
Wednesday.Mr. ...: -iiL.-: ; Years. We Are Proud Of Every Bradford
and Mrs. M.: Vicky and :.j ;
;.. ... children of South Carolina are :
'. ,I.. here visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Earl .;t:. County Boy And Girl Who So Bravely

< '". .\..... Green and Mrs. Ernest Edwards. .f ..
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gcllmannof -'.. "" I.
Jacksonville were weekend guestsof Served Our Country In Time Of War.
.... Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey.
S Mrs; O. J. Mott of Raiford was ..
here Thursday afternoon visitingMrs.

t, y / Mr.. L.and,A.,.Mrs.Mott.: L.; H. Futch Gt We Point With Pride To The Fact That You Have Made It Possible For Uil -

Lawtey were visiting Mr. and Serve You With Your Hardware And Furniture Y
I ; PICTURE THIS DAY FOR THOSE Mrs. Sam Mott Sunday. Business For Over 20
Mrs. Hamp Connerly of Okee-
WHO CAR chobee is spending some time here
with her sister. Miss Mary Mott. '
That friend Mr and ),{'n. Arthur Edwardswere WE THANK YOU
boy miles away and so .
visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
if, lonely-loving relatives and friends
Norman 'of Vanderbilt Sunday.A. -
all want your graduation day photo- B. Surrency and Mrs. Vera "
,\ graph. You too will cherish it always Allen attended the funeral of J. STORl]
'" photographers., when taken by our talented week.A. Sumncy: at Adell, .Ga. last GASSETT EXCHANGE

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rahn of
;,. Commercial & Portrait Ralford were Sunday guests of
Photography her mother. Mrs. Jim Mott. Hardware& Furniture .- Venetian Blinds and Blind Repairs.PATE .
t Miss Madeline Green. Miss Ve- I

Hollywood Camera & Gift Shoo leta Cecil Hodges Davis ,enjoyed Donald a Crews picnic and at GASSETT DAVIS GASSETT COOLIDGE GASSETTm

Gold Head Branch Sunday. They
J. R. BULLINGTON R. L. TEUTON also visited Gainesville and the I



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was absorbed Into the AUS, along -

al Guard with the regulars and other Former F.A. Officer Pine Level BaptistDr. Mrs. Cassie Griffis Cleveland Manning of Glen St.I Effie Boatwrlght of Lawtey.

Unsettled forces on Nov. 23, 1940. I Will Raise. Turkeys Mary and Dan Manning of Mac-I Interment was in Baker County

Time It Is assumed that when the I On Bradford FarmThe the First J. Frank Baptist Norris Church pastor of of the Funeral services were held at clenny and two slaters Mrs. Lake I under the direction of DeWitt C. ,J
in South
sent emergency is ended, allotments Worth grave Prong Ceme- Frldell of Deers Ford and Mrs.1 Jones -4
and the Temple Baptist tery in Baker
Bradford County, May 3,for
essential to the
of a various Florida recent sale of a 40-acre Church in i
'atlon Detroit, will appear be- Mrs. Cassie V. Grlffls, who died -- -
will units will be farm IT
unit made, and that formerly
owned fore
Guard by Mrs. the
congregation of
the Pine Thursday
aUonal night, May 2. at her
abeyance until Con- Starke's old company or possibly Green Newsom on Road 28, south. Level Baptist Church on Wednesday home in Ralford after a short Ill Try JI: S GWW I LL
east of Starke
proclaims the end another will be assigned here. was announced by May 22 it was announced ness. She born In
dally War II. In response Prior to the. war, the town was the purchaser John R. Roane. An yesterday.The Fla.. Mar. 27. 190O. daughter Manning of Highway 13-3 Miles North of Starke .3 34 ,
reent served by Hq. & Hq. Co. 2nd adjoining 12-acre i
queries regarding was also Rev. W. 'E. Hall, pastor of the late James) and Mary Jane
of the local Bn., 124th Inf., under the com- bought from Matt Morgan. the Pine Level Church, which is Wainwright :Manning. She had For The Best Of 4

hard G. Kldd, re- mand of Lt. Col. T. T. Long. Roane stated that he Is now located on the Lake Butler Highway been a resident of Raiford for
and former second Major Kldd, now custodian of raising 200 turkeys, and expects said that Dr. Norrls1 visit 12 1-2 years.Survivors. Fried Chicken, Shrimp, Oystersor
tad of the starlw out:' the armory: said that no definite to Increase his flock to about here next week will be his only are her husband, I

that no announcement'orthComlng Information Is available regard. 1000 head next year. He intends local appearance during a 6,000 Robert B. Griffis, Raiford; three Steaks ':
from WMh- Ing the part that Camp Blandlng( to have a varied truck crop, and mile tour of eastern and southern daughters Misses Jeanette and
OfficiallY, the war em- might play In the Guard's' future strawberries for next season. states. lie will speak at 11 a. m. I Dorothy Grlffls, Raiford and Miss i
un continues until Con- training. Before the post was Previously a resident of Washington and 3 p. m. A basket lunch will Willea Ann Davis Jacksonville; r

) !rMoTS" Incorporated Into the Selective D. C.:, Roane and his wife, be served at noon. four sons Alva D. and R. B. First
hide stated Its Service program, the State Armory formerly Miss Bertha E. Taylorof The Pine Level minister stated Griff. Jr.. RAiford, Hubert Presbyterian Church; ;
service. will retain Board had erected 22 mess Starke had decided to make that Dr. Norris, an aviation en- Davis, Ralford and Ray Davis,
6fId i
status in the Army Guard: halls, two administration build their residence here following I I thusiast as' well 811 one of the USN; three brothers. R. J. and STARKE, FLORIDA
States- The ings, and three warehouses in their marriage on February leading preacher of the country, 1
2,1 1I
preparation for the annual Guard 1942. Roane was at that time on commutes between his two pulpits NEW REMINGTON: PORTABLE I
encampment.It active military assignment with I by plane, and la Journeying by : typewriters $ 1.11 (hvcliidfH Rev. Frank J. Hryson, D. D. -.Supply Pastor
Is believed that these structures air during his tour. Mr. Hall i tax: ) Bradford County
the 179th F. A. of the 74th Bri- Pastor Emeritus
ENGEJUICE will remain the property of gade, stationed at Blanding. As said that all persons In Bradford Telegraph.

the Florida National Guard.ITCH. motor officer and aerial observer County are cordially invited "to I I Second Presbyterian Church, Pittsburg Pa.
share in the LBS.I
with the rank of Captain, he saw opportunity to heara "I LOST 32 e
pastor whose churches have AGAIN"
a ,,WIAI SIZI 14
service in four campaigns In the
combined membership of twenty Once IflB Its?Ml.RaynoUdoctmight Hear His Timely Discussion _
of the
ETO and will receive his honor- thousand". I. WMkly with AY US Vita- Theme

I able discharge at the end of a nun. Candy.H...Hluoin... ....PUn.. Now..istb.
resh Daily! current terminal leave. I pel-lino hM a m.y m< or .....1' not Your be the "Sitting Where The Other,Fellow: Sits" _
Church Of ChristW. am.but try thi..ui.r ndunimpUn. '
( .10 Are you tormented with Itching of Krry n.., Oo. Mutt Simtonft *
oz. cup eczema, psoriasis, rashes, first aid, I / ba k.
4-H Club Members Herron, or moo.?
__ .20 minister announcesthe
athlete foot eruption, rectal Itch- GOOD MUSIC HEARTY WELCOME I
__ .35 Ina or other externally caused akin following services for the In rllnlo.1 tote oonduol bym"holdootore ;
afflictions? For quick relief and Here Work Praised"The mora than IB*
1.25 good results UHO VICTORY OINT Church of Christ in Starke during _n.loat 14 to If pound Come and Swell The Crowd "
MENT. Developed for the boy In the week of Sunday, May 19. ....11.In alas, waaka with 0 I
the Army, now offered to the folks 4-H Club provides an opportunity th.AYIIo:! Vitamin Candy lA.r .._, .,
"The he -.-.-.. -. .. .. ... ....
back home. White .greaseless an for a boy to pick out Advantages of Being a Reducing Plan. - - +
Plenty Of tiseptic., A Safe for babies or chil-, something he wants to do, then Christian" will be the morning NoatfraUa. No UmatlvM. No
dren. name you can't forget
VICTORY OINTl\IENT-the finest. stay with it until it's done," R. subject for 11 a.m. Sunday. drum.out 81..But'",potatom.pl.nty.You.....,don't you fuse out
[ Blossom !Sold' In Starke byOARPEN'I'Elt't W. Blacklock, State 4-H agent "Preaching the Gospel without out th.m down.Hltnnla when you "
ange Offense" will be the 7:45: : topic. I anjuy iloioiu! AY L>8 Vitamin Candy txiforaBuab. Free
DRUG STORm Flight Instruction
told; youthful club members at a .Only $J.30 for 30 days lively. T ,
meeting held recently during the Mid-week Bible Study is held. KOCH DRUG: STORK '
ONEY Bradford Farm Bureau rally. each Wednesday at 7:43.: : I Phone SS (SOLO) i i:

The official said that "More Everyone Is cordially Invited to Tear Out Thin Ad An A *
With Each Purchase of
and more people are learning all services. Reminder a
what the 4-H is doing for the '
T CITRUS farmers of this state, and what I t

I GIFT BOXES I It offers a boy who is trying to :.' New Piper Cub ::1

SHIPPEDSUNSHINE amount to something. It teaches ENJOY GOOD FOOD ATSTANLEY'S v j
how to make a good living by
I doing things in a better way." (Down Payment $665))

Blacklock urged the membersto II #..."
I take an active Interest in gov RANCH ,

ernment. "You are the future Select The Leado.r. .
citizens. The time to learn about
JUICES World's Safest
I your county state and national 3 MILES SOUTH OF TOWN ON ROAD 28 .
government is now," he said. .. ,, I t't'I'
( 03 Temple Ave.
Reference was made to five I
4-H See The New Cub Now On
scholarships offered members Display
I Beyond Bus Station'yUdgeway
by the Florida Bankers Association
for attendance at the University --- CONWAY AIRPARK

ofFlorida and the Uni
Marvin. Ware GIFT SHOP
Owners % versity's short course of May 27, FOOD
as well as other educational advantages CONWAY LIBBY
Id Do Your Squeezing" made possible throughthe
In a brief talk by County Agent
L. T. Dyers the-'4-H boys were

told to keep up their records, get __.n .. -......"-. _._ ... .. n _.-_, _._ ., ....
n Your Tires Are Slick Time to Recap their pare for projects the annual in shape encampmentto and pre -- .5' o. -'

RECAPPING be held at Camp McQuarrie, MA YES RADIO
In the Ocala National Forest, in SHOP
June. On the basis of records, k T..
f ALL SIZE TIRES Announces
That '
AND TUBES two boys and two girls are selected -
\\-.V' from the Florida member
ship for a trip to the annual 4-H --. Due To Acceptance of A Government
24-HOUR SERVICE meet at Washington, D. C. '?
% ti BEST MATERIALS SHRIMP -" OYSTERS, MULLET Radio Job, We Are Closing Our Repair

L I 'Workmanship Guaranteed Issued To LibbyL. RED 'BASS -" SHEEPSHEADALSO Shop In Starke Week of May 1724. I

I PHONE 79 All Radios Must Be Called For Before j
L. Libby, of the Temple Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry
garage, last week was added to '!
That Date. I
the list of Starke aviation en-
private pilot's license following
Adjoining Temple Garage Temple Ave. instruction under Ralph Cheshireat STREET PHONE 37 STARKE. FLA. Type Repaired .

the Conway Airpark. It was ,, .,,,,,, ,, Auto Set Prescott Gill Starke.
announced that Libby receivedhis M'''mi'''.'''''III"IH""l'III'mllftllIllUf''UftIMIU'"I'lIInnnUlillllII1f'",", ," i '' '' ""''' '' "mrpmmNmnnmoimmws,, '' '+'iumrnwnmm' ':+nmmnim mmmsepurH
Battery RCA Synole Albert, Starke.
license Thursday.
Battery Delbert Green, Starke. .
stated (/L ::
Operator Lacy Conway '
,. Portable Mrs. E. J. Dowlimr.: Starke. '

presently that an service be announcement made provided regarding by would additional a y I INKIER Electric Service AC Console Set -- T.C. Mathews W. Oliver, ,Starke.Lake C'lty.

new Piper Cub. 222-221 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.

... THE OLDEST IN THE CITY Type Not Repaired

I Battery Phllco W. W. Packham, Theressa
; Radio Service That Satisfies ACDC Set L. f.. Atwood. Green Cove.

-TRY US-! 32 Volt Set Florence GUI, Starke.

I I4

We Strive To The Most Complete
.. u Carry ...- -, .. .. "- ,. ..... J _.
r\ Stock of Tubes and Paris

r f 'HOWDY FOLKS: A lawyer Place year Orders for your Hot Point Ranire and Refrigerator. .

ponce Mid that... three most AIM>> your Bendlx,. Waahern. $ Floor Lamps
troublesome clients were a-
I young lady who wanted to get Radio Tube' We Have Them Ask C.. 6.WAV LIGHT

1L .. ,married; a married woman who
rI (wanted a divorce; and an old See VII Abeat your Hiring Needs. 22.50 .

she wanted. I wrw"_,""muuwn,,,,,,,q _'w....,..,..-re+w_'__''' _''_'-.,.......- -.w., ...,.--.. -..,---1'----,

(lodge: "Have. you: ever been up I Boudoir Lamps
!before me? Accused: "I don't
PORTRAIT I know. What time do you get 3.95

''up," I in all the thoughtful relations of Service -

Of A Smart ManagerSmart And then there wa the politician with convenience and completeness j

.I who wa pleased to see as well as fateful economy in the Table Lamps I

such a dense crowd listening to measure that it it needed.DEWITT .China Base Silk Shade

women don't go,back' to the days of they him. only weren't to find no dense.out later that i iI 15.75 to 18.75 i
# j
Washday drudgery. They banish washdays IQ I close relatives ..I __ I
: "Hare you any --
from their calendar by calling a laundry ?" .\: "All of them are." I C. JONES COTTONMATTRESSES 1
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they can depend on. Let our modern laundering One honk of your horn bring AMBULANCE SERVICE:
our gaa. oil and lubricationservice
technique be your guide to cleaner, to you-oromto! "'e'reI I Funeral Director 18.50
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your washables at no extra cost call us. GULF OIL PRODUCTS offer conveniences and services not

Washing Polishing I otherwise available. 21.75 to 39.50 !

STARKE DRY CLEANERS Greasing w. furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices and

Temple & Lake accept ANY life insurance policy In.force, issued by ANY company

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C.... No. 4770. Math 'vVandln, Clerk Nathaniel
Ga.-Fla. Sing At Camp Dietrich OrtUti. jF PUBLICATION Dial., W. C. Burton and John Sur- Cb..llter Merritt A I"I
AND NOTICE TO APPBAU rencx, Inspectors. Pledge rk. /r
Sunday May 19th STATE Of FLORIDA to Clarence N.ttle.. Inspector JOhll1.,
: tot
COMING SOON- ftfflmrt N.. S-ltmm ..
.. ft
r>. Onffney whose residence : % I Prerl.et :\0. .,_
Mr* Fred Oaffney Route I, Bon L. J. Wynn Clerk Carlton Cha*. C. S. K.lly. "... ..
Having been discontinued since tain. C. C. Tldwell. and Gerald Clerk,
2IIO-C, Oaffney, Mouth Carolina. Ad- Clyde J '"
. 1942 due to restrictions on travel |. ..,. .......v.U to appear on kIns, Inspectors. Inspector Cone.nd A Th
REVIVALREV.: Con ( June 11th 1941, In the above named Frrrlmrt". No. 9-Theresa* Ech.
the Singing
) Georgia-Florida Court and cause, wherein plaintiff 3. D. nrlffls. Clerk M. O. H.\RREL4
vention, of which J. W. Lanier, of seeks divorce. Bradford County Kenney Thomas, and Earnest; Trlest'Inspectors. Hall Chairman Board .rt '-.
Telegraph hall publlsh'this Order mi..lonerll.Att..t unt> ,
Valdosta, Ga. Is president,will resume -
in next four weekly issues.t
: A. J.
by annual meetings again this I seslat Frrrtmft N.. 7-\ew River Thomas ''-,
I \ h'i>u a1'*' t> *clal I ??.
.. year on Sunday May 19. This Starke, Florida, this May 16th. II
Chas. E. Fuller convention was organized in' 1022 tV' KICIACi SEAL A..l. Thomas MY SINCERE T
since l A" Clerk nf IIAld Court ANKS
and has met annually' that
.'1 ( ,..'b tthe tiltMiss Zach H. Douglas, Qitlnenvllle, Fla.. to my loyal friends and
time except for three years during Atty. for Pit. i-17 4t 64 t the State for their splendid suppr lead. roUlh",
World War II. The officers desire w the first primary. '.11 11\, ,
'( IN CIRCUIT cornr. BRADFORD I know that
Old-Fashioned many .ol'd
that all singers attend this COINTV.' FLUHIUAl IX: C1IA1S*. other well quallfl..d candidates c ,isens 'uPPOrt"
convention) at the Valdosta High CKHV.Everett mlt my quaflflcatloi. ,,i for your To you
Samuel Minor Plaintiff V*, S y .; the second primary. conslderallop'
rl.Ho School auditorium and help make Florence Huth Love Minor. Defen,. r r L.t' all Join' .tu.. h.r,fpr final
rnYer a good comeybach''this year. Thla dant. Case No. 4765ORDKK 28tb. victorf ?? ,II,

4 .announcement: Is made by, theJ. NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR Gratefully. yours,
t7 "
*er W Lanier. STATE Of FLORIDA to: Florence ; WILBUR
.. .'. ,.,.. .: Ruth Love Minor, whose re..ld.nc"and < C. KIN 1 1Candidate (
PI &t i -I t.. \f... .' address In 400 South TafStreet '
i, '. Baptist '', Mayes Takes Job Garden. orov.t California ; Railroad
for Commission
You are required to appear on
I At Banana River June 17. un In the Above named +
Court and cause, wherein pla.ln OHOfrp t
I Methodist and tiff eeekii annulment. Bradford I
A man experienced In
Jimmy Mayes, local radio re- Telegraph shall publish thli business and government .
County can .
: i) a.* your Railroad Commlsaloner. er\ ,,
? bt
I Order In next weekly Issues.Witness
. patrrnan, announced this 'weekih /On offlolal
Churchesx. Martha L. Rimes, daughter and "
Christian t he had accepted a position seal at Starke, Florida, this May Paid Political{ Adv.
j .. a!' radar technician with the Ba-j at Mr, and Mrs. W. O. Rimesof n, 1948. i i'v..IAL
!SEAL A. J. ThomasAc ,
: for Frederick
Brocket left.recegUy -
I&na.r.Rlver Naval -Alr Station: Court. .
i a. } Clerk .of said
I .Cooperating. .. .1.. 'and will report for duty thereon I .Md., where she will make T. Frank Liindrum. Starke, Florida J
I .. i I May 27. 'her home With her sister, Mrs. Atty. for Plf. 6-17 4t 8-7

! REV. -:EI:' )IER' f'.J. E R. at Mayes, who had reopened hiliBf10P' Claude' V. Smith. I IN CIRCUIT COl'RT.- BRAUFOROrOVNTY. Clothing '.

I .on South Walnut St.. served Miss Rimes was & former em- CF.RV. FLORIDA I'M CIIAN-'

during the war with the RCAF in plnye of Camp Blanding and will Louis J. RlnaldoPlaintiff... .ve;
HAMPTONP.I England. He stated'that patrons now. hold a position. at Camp Mary RlnaMo. Defendant. Case .No

j' : : who hove radios in for repair, Dietrich, Md. I 4768.ORDER OF PUBLICATION and Shoes

I .. .. should call for them oh or before AND NOTICE TO APPEAR .
-- the week of the 17th to 24th. Mrs. HostessAt Rlnaldo, whose residence and address '
o Avery In 98 Seavlew Avenue, BridgePort FOR
,t, Connecticut.
I r l. At The Tabernacle Dinner PartyMrs. You are required to appear onJune l
17 1848 In the above named -

II *fcr,'of the unusual treats which Janie Avery entertained a Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford, wherein County plaintiff The Entire

FACTS occur frequently at the Tabernacle few friends with a chicken dinnerat Telegraph, shall publish this OrderIn Familj
I the Inn neat four weekly Issues.
Avery Wednesday nighton
was'-enjoyed Friday night when Wltnek. my hand and official seal
the Moody Bible.Evangelistic car the occasion'of her birthday at Starke, Florida, this May IS,

I of Chicago arrived with Mr. 'and anniversary.The .1946..u. KICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas Every day is
p / : two-tiered cake iced in bargain da
1n.4r't Mrs.'Ellery Aldrich who remainedover .was AS riM-k' of said Court.
: ', I.is an interesting the weekend. Their trom- white with red candles and red T.Atty.Frank for Pit Landrum, Starke 5-17, Fla 4t7'

I fact that both 3one' duets and other contributions roses and white sweetpeas and red the
y candidates at *
added much to the.effective- and white crystal on an imported IN CIIlCtIT COURT BRADFORD 4*

: for the Supreme ness '()f the serite S'-'tUts.' Aldrich white lace cloth carried out the C.COUNTY.U". FLORIUtl IN CHAN ..

.Court have la a Gospel song writer and chosen color scheme. Ruth Mill. Ouerry, Plaintiff. v... 1
I talented and beautiful Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jennings B. Uuerry D. .ndanL.

resided for manyyears numbers pianist of her own many composition Reed of Daytona Beach, Mr. and Case O.No..utiK)1: 4767.? PUBLICATION' STAR

were used In their singing.The Mrs. William Mattox of Green AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Ston
in STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jennings -
Dade.4 4. Saturday Youth Meetingsare ; Cove Springs and Mr. and Mrs. P. Ouerry. whose residenceand
County E. J. Dahmer, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. address In SOt S. Colt street.b'lorenee ,
of Interested
drawing a large group -
Burdette and Mr., and Mrs.,. J. W. South. Carolina.You
who ..
young people are an i ijulr xi to appear on
In Pooser and Mrs. Ruby Johns. June 17 19<6, In the above named
getting good training platformwork.
i The Miami Herald Court and pause wherein plaintiff
seeks divorce and restoration of
Everyone Is cordially Invited to Laymen's Wives 'maiden name. Bradford County
editorially : Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
candidacy any and all of the nine services Entertained : next tour weekly Issues.W SOLACE) GCILl
held i each week at the Taber- >'-f.. my hand and official seal
of the at Starke, Florida this May 1&
.Barns- .
opponent Judge nacle. .. The Dixie Cafe served a beau- I648u. .
dinner (FORMERLY
tifully appointed at 6 0'- CONDON'S)
As Clerk of said Court.
w The .result in the, first primary: Frank B. Norris clock Saturday evening of last T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla.
for Plf. 6-17 4t '-7
week to the wives of the visiting
For Judge Barns 22,670 Mr. and Mrs. William Norris Laymen of the State Convention I.N CIRCUIT COURT BRkDFO'UJ Cool Comfortable

{, etu>fted Thursday of last week held her during the week. COINTY. FLORIDAt .IN CHAN-

For" His Opponent 14516; aft** having been called the preTlOurf The table ,laid In the private Brenlslaw tI lRY. lt'rndf' ''&.,r 1-Plaintiff, vn.Jldwlga .. .4 .. t. .1 ., .t.erae ._, .
Thursday to Chicago Hi., by dining fdom M'yn.r.klt>efenSjant.j.case e rarY"I ,
was centered with a -
dU Barns' Mal+tityin the Heath of Mf. NortU' brother* lovely boWl" of sweetpeas bh s. reflector. vri N"'I I P :47'iATI01' : ,,P fUHUIJn know, food lo'Zirbtdl.wiIl
from A
,._ rank B. Norrls.Mr. Mrs. i. T\Quigley served AND NOTcin '1'0..APPEARri' .
! Ddb County '-' -" .. Norris, aged 64, died Jtud-' aa homes and her.....sruesUl were Wigs STATE Rado!! OF MlynAmki, ; whose. ; say that So We Grill serves"ibe near-
8154* denly and services were held the Mrs. R. .R. Stoker 'Taccoa, Ga., residence. and address I" 117-A

'. following Monday In Chicago. Mrs. Clem Purvis. Ocala; Mrs. W2."England.Yoq!< Court. Queensway- Landon est tcThome cookingi: Jeanette R:

Th(* majority was given by the people ofDade Surviving beside Mr. Norris la one i William Bond Washington, p. c. are required to appear on
r June IT" 19...- In the above named Christian.
,, County who know Judge Barns' Sister, Mrs. Daisy Orin. of In- and St. Petersburg; Mrs. Emil ILWeise Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
diana '' seeks: divorce. Bradford County
and Mrs. C. E. Ray Jacksonville -
i fine ,record during his 20 years* of serI He had visited his brother here and Mrs. John. Minder ,! Telegraph In next' ", four hall weekly publish Insueit.this. Order

I. vice'in the Circuit several times and made many Melrose. Witness mv hand and official sealat
: Court. friends. Rtarke, Florida..? this May It,
1948.vorKICIAL. Try Our Noon-Day' Luncheons

ELECT PAUL ''Di;: BARNS Recent BirthsEVON Mary Sue EppersonHas T As. Frank Clerk of T'ndrum SEAL said )Court., Stark A J.,Thomas Florida, Special Evening Dishes

J Birthday Party Atty. for FIf. 5-17 4t <-7IN

Justice of Supreme Court (Group 2) Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner Mrs W. J. Epperson, Jr., en- ,COt CIHCIIT'NTV. FLORIUAl COURT BRADFORD IN CHAN- Broiled Lobster Fish Shrimp

announce the birth of a daughter, tertained last Friday.In honor of r..1RY.WIlliam.

" (Political Adv Paid for friends Evon Robena, on Saturday. May, the 10th birthday anniversary of Frieda Raphaelson J. Nevlns, Nevinsv Plaintiff Defen vs. Sizzling Steaks & Chops
of Paul
D. Barns) In the Glendale Hospital, Palatka. her daughter, Mary Sue. The dant. Case. No. 4749.

young guests, Misses Ann Johns ANT ORDfeK. NOT1CR OF PUULICATION TO APPEAR Southern Fried Chicken
NUNNERY BABY Martha Landrum Mary Ella STATE OF FLORIDA to: Frieda

Mr and Mrs. R. O. Nunnery Turner and Mattllane Perdue of I. Raphaelaon Nevlns whose residenceand ,
address Is Bronx" N.w York.
announce the birth of their first Jacksonville attended the theatre You are required to appear on 'The Right Place to Eat. .
child a' daughter, on Saturday. and returned to Mary Sue's home June 17. 1946)) In the above named
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Food Meal I
With Your
In St. Vincent's
May 11. Hospital where they enjoyed supper on seeks divorce Bradford CountyTelegraph
Jacksonville.. the side porch. shall publish this Order
Congratulations 4Singing ''In next four weekly Issue I
( The cake was iced iln white \Vtln B. mv bend and official

Convention with 10 pink candles and favorsof final 10 1941.OFFICIAL at.. Starke, Florida, this. May I

halrbows and novelty hats ( SEAL) A.'J.Thomas,
To THEn ; The Bradford County Singing were distributed., A. Clerk of said Court. YOU WILL LIKELY FIND IT
;$ i F"v Lucille C. Conner D. C.
Convention will meet with the Chas R. Hess., 204-03 Realty Bldg.
Hellbronn>> Baptist Church Sunday Christian CouncilThe Jacksonville., Fla. AT KOCH'S DRUG STORE
May 20, from 2 til S. A. D. Cros- Atty. for fit. 5-17 4t 6-7.
i ,: Graduates by is president of the conventionand Woman's Council of the IN: CIRCUIT COITRT. BRADFORD

ih T. N. Norman vice-president. Christian Church held its social cicwv.Margaret COUNTY.. FLORIDA IN CHAN We are constantly adding new Items.

t meeting at the home of Mrs. Lou- 0 r I g-icer, Plaintiff vs. Each week finds us with Items that
> Bible Story Hour ise Newman on Lafayette St. last George W. DrlKsrer. Jr... Defendant.

! OF 1946 night at 8 p.m. Delicious refreshments Case ORDER No 4769 OF PUBLICATION ., ,1:.:: have been short for some. time.

There were 62 children present 'were served by the hostess AND NOTirK TO APPEAR .'
this week at the Community Bible following a social hour, .STATE UrlpTC OF.* FLORIDA Jr.. whose tot resident UeorsjeW. J

t :'., School held each Tuesday afternoon III IGO West Splller St.. Wythevllle.Veu ,
t r 'a,- ,. In the Methodist Recreation PTA Will Honor are required to appear on .
Bui tJlnl'. Mrs. W. J. Churchwell June 17, 191, In the above named NYLON FISHING LINE

J. conducts the classes and this week Graduates At, TeaThe seeks Court and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein plaintiff.County

A the children studied the story of Telegraph shall nuhll>K this. .' OrderIn ''In 20 and ,
-- --n 25 lb. test 50yd. spools
i Zachartas. AU children are Invited Bradford County" 'parent- next, tour weekly Issue. ,
Witness hand 'and official
to attend.BrownThomas. Association will honor seal at Starke. Florida. ,this May
iI the Senior Class of BBS at a tea U. 1946 :

I r We Are Now to be given in the USO building As OFFICIAL Clerk" of SEAL said )Court.A-J.; Thomas :-.i+. Heddon River. Runt Spook, Bait

Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. AU Chas. R. Hew 104-OS Realty Bid*. -

r and Phil parents and relatives of the graduates Jacksonville Florida Is Now In'StockWe
Mills Lois L Thomas L. Atty. for Plf. -17 4t /-?
Brown were quleUy married by are Invited to attend. -

: Displaying Many Judge E. K. Perryman on Sunday. Baptist WMU Notice MANAORNS PRIMARY AND CLERKS KLHCTION SECOND! :

t May 15.WSCS. Ate .meetlnc held on the f tb day Still Have A Few
of May A. D. UI the Eward of
The Missionary Society of the County Commissioners of Bradford

Beautiful Gifts That Are Suitable To Meet Baptist Church will meet Tuesday County lowing, Clerks Florida and appointed Inspector th. ,fol-for ALL-METAL FLASHLIGHTSBright

afternoon at 3:30: o'clock In the th. Second Primary to be held on
The Circles of the WSCS will church. Circle Five will be in the 8th.. day of "."'A. D. 1141. Aluminum Finish $J39
the Methodist Church Peeel.et N.. l- .,...t.F
meet In charge of the program. Troy Bennett Clerk. Fonsn Orlf-
For Girl Ifbnday afternoon. May 20, at 3:30: fls. T. L. WalnwrlsTht and J. S.

That Boy'or Graduate o'clock.' This la the business and IN: COCNTY.CIRCUIT VLOKlUAt'COURT .RADFORD IW CHAN. Austin...._..Inspectors vt \>N.> 5-North ..t..... .... Heavy Blue Canvas
program' meeting and Mrs. A. W. cae"Y. F. M. Norman Clerk. W A. Solano.

7 Anderson chairman of Circle One I.Dorotlly'.....* U.y'RDef. Mar.n Make Your Selection Now' ,; will be In charge. 1771 1' Precinct N. a-...... Stark
1" ORDER OF PUBLICATION R. F. Dcmorest. Clerk Russell S. ", A Real Value 'at $1.98
'" AND NOTICE!: TO APPBAR McRae. Eno Hay. Jr.. and Arnold
i While Our IB THANKS VOTERSTo STATE OF : Qrlffls. Inspector. '
FLORIDA Lellt"i.rt
Stock Completetr lo: .
the voters of District No. 1. Mar whose residence I.. Boa P. .*...1... N*. ecrake.W.C.T. .

I" North Starke and Lawtey; I want M.. You 1L. Atlanta an required, 0.. 10 appear on I CAMERA"Takes

to thank you all for your vote .lua. I1tll, 1941. In the above named FALCON

U: and support for member of the ... divorce and tausq. fl rnd wherein ford plaintiff County I U."You .

I Board of Public Instruction. I In Telegraph neat four hall w..Vty BuMUh this Order ,127 Film Photos Can be Enlarged)
t CARPENTER'STour ) certainly appreciate the nice vote Wltn... my ".nd an4 ..< I: given me by the voters of NorthStarke : ::4't.rk., Florida. this ],I.,. II.O..ICIAL wooden leg bat you can't get $3.95
I shall continue to be
( SEAt) A. 3. Thomas along with a wooden head. !.
REXALL Drug Store"Phone fair and Impartial to all districts. A. CI.rk DouglaiCUat : order that ;your bI'aIar; be ,
Let's all work Z..h H .sllle. Tla.
kept clear must
together Atty. for Plf. ;you keep your
4. 1-1
64 Starke advancement of children 1-11 body fit and welL That cannotbe

t Fla. of Bradford: county.Yours Ire! C""I\ITT.C.Rri I'"/LORIDAIi rnrR"', -ADFORU.N CHA*. done If you drink liquor." Koch Drug Store

respectfully f'RY. -Dr. Charles Mayo.
J. S. (Buddy) Norman. Lydia E:. Oaffner.:! Plaintiff. vV
Clarence D. Oalfn.,. Def.n .nt. I


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11. 1841 L3AD1i'OZD' ..>WNTT, TELKORAra. BTAIUQS sTLXMUSkA r_ _

COMMONSENSE I r homesteads enough,to simply produce are not fertile --. Hints To Housewives cake' should also be baked In a ''III Woodlawn, !Ieo.! Iff, T. I a, It. of'llk.r'name: .. ,,,,.,.,."., r.ptW .. -
L crop* profitably 11 B.! Aaron _
JrtlghUy,lower oven. containing 10."' I Kelley; Rout Private -
and veterans! who have SCORCHERS When Nam. ID which assessed Stanley Owned- bus. '\-=
thought of obtaining farms shouldInvestl&ate i cooking any of these Bru.dag.. 'Charity; William novt -' :rri 1 ...
corchable foods on top of the Certified No. lOT Tear of I- val Owned turn. :
ABOUT carefully the condi- A little scorching on the bottomof uance 141. '?. Lewis Rout Private Owned .
stove It U beat to I
use a kettle bus.Arnett a
tNS slIaULD tions of the soil and Its possibilities the kettle can affect both the Description ot Property: W% of ,
A FARM with a heavy bottom that distributes Lot eo In Woodlawn. Sea II, T. 6 8, Thnntpkln Route Private t'
(0 FIRST before buying.It flavor and appearance of food. A heat K. 12 E. containing t acre Owned bun. w !

FORMATION i fa highly important that the bad scorch can entirely spoil a inum Ls, good evenly.for this Heavy purpose alum; L.Name Keever.Certificate.In. which assensed Avery All more pupils truck are required hauling to twelveor have. ,&(5j" tr j

the end of the war farmingand many veteran Investigate before he goes batch of food and damage the enamelware and stainless steel are No. 108 Y.ar.t I*. body Bide extended are to over ee sides.received until I II :-. 1
into kettle auance 1141.Description
lave gone of Into the rather complex business as well especially if the poor. When cooking over burners of Property; SH' of Monday 1\ r.CO. 1911 at 10:00 A. -
Ida It ls the hope of trying to make a living In ag- kettle Is enamelware. that cannot be adjusted to Lot <1 In Woodlawn Sec. 11, T. C 8, M. In the: of the County Superintendent MADE TO ORDER I

they will succeed. others riculture. 'M he will talk with ex In these days, when food conservation ) low heat. It I fa wise to protectaga.tna very R. Name 12 11:., containing In which/ t assessed acres. A, Bradford County at Courthouse Florida.at Starke, OUR SPECIALTY i iLIPPE

are raising; poultry, perienced farmers, Agricultural Is so vital for relief of scorching Stoker. Th. Board reserve the right to
by using an asbestos
and others reject any or all bide.ARTiiUR
famine-stricken Certificate No. 159 Y.ar of Isuance
Ing livestock such Extension Service workers, and people abroad, especial mat between pan and burner. 1911.Description. R. MoRAE!, IAIDI'
-ntratlnfr on crops others who are familiar with the attention may well be givento Whenever food Is to be "boil of Property! All NVt County of Superintendent

*tables, flowers, and citrus their problems as well as the possibil- scorch prevention In home ed down", aa In making chili aauce T.of 8HJU!S tcn.of .SWH 11 10 HI, of containing Hy. Sea la.11 i-ld It o-li Public Instruction. .

er frusta Whatever ities.of farming he will be able kitchens. or fruit butter, the cook must ...
el, all of them will do to develop his plans with greater Most home: cooks know that keep a close watch on the food Land Name Bank.In which a.....*. Federal

keep in mind the Imporof promise of success than he would some foods scorch more easily whatever kind of kettle Is used. All of said property belnaIn Can Use More Puw..1

producing as much as without the information that he than others. Milk, for example, When vegetables are cooked In the Florida.County of Bradford. State of M !

of their home food sup- can obtain from such people. 1 when cooked directly on the very little water as nutritionists Itnlei such certificate or certi. WRITE TIMBER DKTT.
also well for them toproduce stove soon browns and burns ficates shall be redeemed according
t I II There on advise, care must be taken that
more than one are many factors to be I the bottom unless the to law the property described) In Container of America. Fernandiaa. Itm.
heat Is Corp'n. ;
taken Into consideration in agriculture very the kettle does not boll dry be- ouch certificate of certificate will '
market. DiverslII low. Protein In the milk be old to'the highest bidder the -
rep for coagulates fore the vegetables are done.( at ... .. .... _
Important In -market demand acreage the court houne door on the first Mon. ..., r I TP" r IT
just u as heat reaches It. The day In of
month Jun., .
194 which
production methods soil
today as it ever was. I con coagulated protein adheres closely I* the 3rd day of Jun., lt4. For Safety Comfort and Economy .
farms being operated by dition pest control costs and to the pan, soon becomes dry and Bicycle Shop 1918.Dated thl. lard day of "April, .. :. i iI
returns and others and the veteran -
are not large, as farm then burns. This la why recipes Will Open HereThe OFFICIAL SEAL A. 3, Thomas, FOR COUKTROUS
that Intensive who is thinking about farm Clerk of <(<-Ircult Court of Bradford -
for milk dishes
means white
this ing should learn as much he County, Florida. 4-24 4t 5-1T '
Hure must be practiced to as sauce, cocoa, and custard suggest opening of a new bicycle CORRECT (;. A
can about all of them.
ihem successful. Dlverslfl- heating the milk in a double shop on East Call street was an- CU.L van. BIDS ron "' ('liDO&'. I .

rotation, soil conservation After their war experiences, it boiler. Other familiar scorchers : nounced this week by A. B. Baker, The Board..1t.' of II..ORT..I'.O'll Public Instruction INFORMATIONPhone IPt,

,provement, and careful Is easy to understand why many are cheese and eggs. The protein formerly of Orlando.It for tradrord County Florida will receive Phone 147 fo'
veterans find the and the written bids for
necessary. quiet coagulates In the service and/
are way--one was stated that Baker and
g or equipment
the I
lands, such as much of creative characteristic of agricul- reason for always cooking cheeseor E. L. Biggs, Jr., co-owners of the 1 school bus toi\o at following tUarke Hide
eral acreage available for ture appealing, and everyone wish- egg dishes at low heat. establishment will offer a com-I' formerly named driven by the following Florida Greyhound Lines, Inc. Busses
persons referred to a*
Some mixtures scorch easily be- plete line of bicycles and bicycle route ..f like name UNION BU'S STATIONTemple

cause the heavy solid part settlesto parts, model airplanes, completewith be Frank received Norman with Route county- Blue owned to Ave. LACY CONWAY, Agent Startup Ifitt.EARL'S .

the bottom in a close, rather engines and toys. "In and private owned bu.. .,- ... ...... .L'_ .... .... v- .. T tr
COLLEGE BUS. NESS dry layer, leaving the liquid or other words. Baker said "a ed Elam bus Lewis. Route-County Own-

watery part on top. The cook, general kid's store." J. C. Sapp: Route County Owned

seeing only the liquid on top, The firm will also make duplicate Mr,bus Nelson Oreen Route r GARAGE
TRADE SCHOOL often forgets what la going on at keys a service not regularly County Owned bus.
the bottom of the the 1\IrR. Mildred Happ Route Bids
pan, and
available here.Youni' ;
.. _h to be received with county owned
result la scorching. Familiar the and private owned bus. One-Half Mile South of Starke on Road II:: I
who Is In
scorchers of this kind are bean Sam Motl Route County Owned

DUCAT I ON FOR you and chill pea sauce soups, and, chowders apple butter.catsup A, service In July and, hopes Is stationed to be discharged at Fort- bun ed F, J.bus.Shaw Route County Own All Kind of Auto Work i

Bragg, N. C. Baker first came Routes. at Hampton formerly drivenby
low even heat and frequent stir- the following named. ALL WORK USEDAUTO Wrecker ltrarbGUARANTEED
to Starke In 1039 persona
( as an agent
S ring are advised to prevent the I and referred to .. route of like PARTS DAY OR NKJITT'
jNS for the Peninsular Life Insurance name: I
of such mixtures.
tuition to$500 ordi scorching Company, and during the war Cleveland 8 u 111 van Route I
Yes,your up per Some sweet foods scorch easily County Owned bus. Ir r. r ... .. .
school paid for 48 monthsof was a mechanic at the St. Johns W. C. Hall Route Private Owned .
E" nary year too.-molasses and honey, for ex- .
pDA, college business or trade school. ample. Molasses and honey cakes shipyard In Jacksonville. lie Is bus.Routes at LMwtey formerly drivenby WE BUY SELL and ,TRADE USED.CARS j

You also receive $65 per month and cookies need to bake at a making his residence here with and the referred following to a*named route person of Ilk. ,I

living allowance-$90 if you have lower temperature than plain his wife, formerly Ruth Rowe of : name: .

i dependents. This is the,opportunity cakes and cookies. Chocolate hasa Starke. Owned KJ Durban bun. Rout ePrivate

open upon their discharge; to men tendency to scorch, so chocolate Levin Jrlffla Rout Private I
over 18 (17 with parents' consent) COl'VTY. FLOIUIltl IN CIIAMCKHT. !!- Mrs Lillie Morgan Rt. County
is however
them well. It ,
a es very Owned bus.Commodore .
who ,enlist in the new Regular
important for those who enter Ernest H. LaII. Plaintiff, vn. Colon Crew Rout -
before October 6, 1946 for 3 .. County. Owned bus.
Army this vocation to do so with a Ad ll Lall. Defendnt. Cane No. EVERYBODY
Route at Vanderblll' formerly driven
years. Get all the facts at your U.S. realistic understanding of what la 4737.ORDER OF PtTBL-lPATION by the following nnnied person

i Army Recruiting Station. necessary to attain their objectives AND NOTICE TO APPKAK and 1 referred to an route of like ENJOYS EATINGAT I
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Colon name:
; It they have such an under Adell Lall, whose residence and address Mm. Levy Norman Route Private
w standing, their chances of success I I.: Crew. Virginia. Owned bus.
You are required to appear on Route at New River formerly
will be far greater than they June 10, 19<4, In the above named driven by the following named person The PARK CAFE
Bldg. Jacksonville Fla. would be otherwise.BY Court and cause wherein plain- .* and referred to a* route of e
250 P. O. tiff leek divorce. Bradford like name: I
County Telegraph shall publish Mrs Cleo Andrew Rout Private
thin Order In next four weekly Owned bu*. :
lavue Emory John Rout. Private e I
Witness my hand and official Owned. bu*.
seal at Starke, Florida, this May Route at Hellbronn formerly drly.en Delicious Regular. Meal ;
O4LV 7, 1948. by the following named p..on.and *
HIGHWAY (OFFICIAL, BEAD A. J. Thomas referred to as route of like Healthful Vegetable Plate I
A* Clerk of said Court. name
Chan. K. Hess, 104-05 Realty Bids', Felix Sapp Rout Private Short Orders,
Jacksonville. Florida.Atty .Owned bu*.
for.Plf, ., Ii-U,4L 5-11 R. L. Clemona. Rout .-, Private
Owned fcu*
yt 'ti NOTICE) or APPIiirATIOW FOR Charlie Jasklns Rout Private ,
TAX DEED Owned bus. j
% He..0 Dill No. 1M3 Rout at Rising formerly. driven' .
r NOTICE; IS HEREBY GIVEN that by the following. named person -- !
W. H. Edwards Jr., the holder ol and referred to a. rout of like LEARN
the following certificate has filed names ifiiY!
aid certificate for a tax deed to Ance Norman Route County
b. l Issued thereon. The certificate, Owned bus
number ajid l issuance the Route at lirooker formerly. drivenby i6iI! TO Fly !
description lt..pp and the the following named p..on.and *
name In which It wa assessed areas referred to a* route of like
follow: name: I
Lottie Edwards Rout Private I
Certificate No. tl Year of Issuance
1141.Description. Owned bue under the
There' know bnd the magnificent: of Property WM ot C. H." Kelley. Rout Bid to bereceived
lust one way to enjoy f EVt of NEK Sea II, T. II, 6 8, with county owned and
country In which live. That's to see it close-vp within handclasp R. 21 E. containing 10 acre, private owned bus. _
you that to the Name In which assesied H. W. Mrs. I.e.been Rout County; G. I. BILL OF RIGHTS
of Its friendly Interesting people. way Havtland. Owned bu*.
Greyhound-for" Certificate No. 104 Year of 18.uano. Rout. at R.J,R. Colored School formerly -
highway. Which to by way of saying "by .. 1911.Description. driven by the following named
Greyhound serves nearly all the famous highways and highroads of Property: Lot 2S person and referred to a. rout at

of mis-Amazing. America. .

.IIt the colorful,.tropic, breeza-swept state of Florida Greyhoundwill

take you over a great network of fine highways where" NOTICENotice STARKE AIR PORTFor
historic land- C
glorious to for the looking-where
scenery yours .
1* hereby; given that the following described land will
nwrlu hold the visitor In thrilling Interest.Yes Florida Is one of lb.world's be sold at public auction on the lit dsy of June 1'" at 11o'clock
and find trip noon at the City Hall In Stark, Fla., to pay the amount
greatest all-year playgrounds .. youll your due for taxes. herein set opposite to the cam, together with all
over the famed peninsular state via Florida Greyhound a fascinating !- cost of such ale! and advertising .

Journey..a succession of delight to be had ONLY BY As,. Ta.e*
... A Ow.., A Ce ..
HIGHWAY Dew>rl.4le*> *. T. ree> *

All that portion of NWtio Information
f SBVi lying W of
canal and N of Call St.,
wScww beJow S..set.d's..kb., and B! of Weller at,
except home of V. B. Phone 177
Meow Key Wee/ 1Ig...._ Harrell H. H. Houston
and Chae. A. Jenkins 11 I 22 Ulandlng Canter, Inc. 4(1,TSMr
Lot 4 of Block 1, City
Hub-Division II 4 11 *. George' Pierce Ut
't Park V. S. St. John
Lot S of Block I. and lot
1f 100 ft. N and 8 by ilVl
ft. E and W In NW

corner llnc'. Sub-Division of lot 1 Dow-U' 21I Kunte Fred Lulde ..,. Maj. Richard G. Kidd, A.U.S.. Res.FARMER'S .,

except Btt of
Block IS
Floyd Oren II.ItK.
lot 4, Qa-klns Adif. 1* 22

trrT' r Lots Highway..J of Addition Block 2.II I 22 J. Keen H.45TV" -

N 10 ft. of lot 4 and lot ,

_' 5 of Block 2, HighwayAddition 11 4 22 A. Cook "'.40

4 ,, Lot John I of Addition Block 11, J.' M.II < 22 Mary B. Maloney 1.10

.. Lot 1 and 8 37% ft. or SUPPLYCORNER
lot 1 of Block I. LlvIngstonT -
ruby' COU' 22 Mr*. Maud Brownie 11
LoW! .. t. 10 of block

Co.11 '*Llvlngston-Truby Addition *21 < 22 Carl nitch 21 II 1.0TII" CHERRY STREETS ,

Lot. l-ll and B 1 ft. fit
f'r lot 4 of Block 14, JUvIngstonTruby MIKE MARUCA, Owner
Jfc Co. Floyd Oren 11.21
Addition 21 I ItIt
Lot 1. 7 of Block II,
1.Llvlngtn-Trub P"nl. Carr 2.14
Co'* Addition ttB I
9 U ft. of lot S flf
Block 1' til"0"- TARPAULINS12x14
Truby Co.. Sub Division 1. Enoch Tyson 2.(0
U I 11
1 Dlock !! and NH of Flock '
*e. Llvlngaton-Truby Unknown 411Homer 15 20
: ye x
CoVa Sub IMvl.lon 2! 1 21
Lot t of Block IT. Llr-
Ing.ton-Truby A. Co.'. William 4.14Jo $14 $34
Sub Division 2 I I.
tt except lot Z.LlvlngstonTr ,
t Block obyCo.'a a Hogan ..,.
Sub Division Jl I 11 Laying Mash '. 4M
4 Lot. 1. 4 of BI..elc '''.

.s S i- Co.Llvlngste.n-Tr'* Sub Division a 1! 1 22Lets Willie noberU .... Oat 4.Z5: !! ;

l a. 1.I .:k".Addition 5 or Block II 11 S. B. Berryman 42.(( Kerr (Mason) Fruit Jars Doz. .E.

Lot A. B. C of Block 1, Reid Holloway 12
wynn'. Addition II 1 22 I Pig Ration 4eU
Fractional Block If, N tof

of Twelfth Walnut Btreet Bt*and Tem W Unknown Itl Ballards 18 p.c. Dairy Feed $1W

ple' Addition JS.
South 11 feet.Of N 111
of E feet of
FLOXD9GREYHOUND Block K a.Map.extended A. W. Aadenon" 12.19 Ballard & Ballard
on Inal Ensey Town* .t .rig-ft I II .,. :

Com at .W corner .t
)(adll.on i Bay 8...
8 11* ft. tor
and run
pt. of b.*.. the_ft.1'...* FEEDS
LINES Vf 10! ft.. i"H E-
lea ft PI lii f5. to ail Unknown .....
1 22
of beg
LAcY CONWAY Agent Temple Ave. ,

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I i "1MWI TEN tAd1Ci.DCOu: ,iT T. '>.I'D..IKJJI.U'' 1n'ABIDQ. n.oamA, -". .-eL. -- AT' 1L11'fir

t D............ .. T. .. Levee Owaey A TunSE 3. ..m.,&. r .. T. L.AnN Owae. A C.st. rRC1r1T

NOTICE .... A_ 1'.a. Y, FLORlD4.cocxTCERY lit

\ % of NW% W of Ry II I II II John A. Andrews 1.87 Lots I, T. of Bile .... J.H. V.l'la 111.1' D

r Notice I* hereby given that the following described lands will be All N% BE% of SW2t Johns Addition to William Hughe ltughe e'o.
old at public auction on the let day of June, 1>4( at St.rke. the County E of Ry I II 12 lola Little I.U 8t.rk. 81 11 Spores Chrl.to L36 N 4725. 1>er.,

( of Bradford State of Florida to pay the amount due for taxes hereunto S% of 8E'% of SW'" A S ORDER OF
I \ set opposite to the same, together with all coats of such sale and advertlslnaT. 41141 It of 8W1,4, of SW>4Ea CITY FORK ..VB.DIV, W. .A C'-I ADDITION TO IIT..RKJD as 5 12Lot. AND NOTICR PUBUC4,
I a A to Mrs. Stuo- STATE TO ...
key !8 I U II Iola Little I.u 1. I. I, 8. 7. 8. of lam Hughes OF FLoIUI DA> '
I .. 11 R. L. a.1I Elk 1 A. A. Annie .48 '''hole
e Aa t. T.. NES.of NW4of SE'4 II I 21 Brown N St. Nicholas
! D** rl.tlest .8)). T. R.Acree Owae Cots NWV4 of NWV of BE4A" Lot. 7. s'DfIlIlk I A X'r.C Thomas ,99 Y.You AVtnu,tune
9 .
W% of NW1,4, of Gladys J. Nunnery 1:31:
All SAB of 8Ey4 .SE4.54o 01 SW Lot I of Elk 3 80 Lot J a. are 19"8 reQulr6d'} I to
, of 'RiverNWyq 33 8 11 IS Unknown l.TI of NWI 5 4. of 8E'" 28 I U SO Pr..1e A Tharen Green 1.0 8 of Elk 8 Mr. Cornelia Miller 8.ot Court and ceases the ale
8E544 of NEVi A E% of 120 American Tune Groves NW% of NL 14 of 8854 Lot 11 of Hilt I Orange Lines Ina 41.47 seeks divorce and .
'I BE% J8 6 ? Ino. 25." of 8E" 28 I II a T. W. F.lton 1... Lot 7 of Elk Laura Bro.k 1.17 maiden name. nq
! NBVi of NWH 14 7 19 40 Empire Lumber Co. (94 NW% of SW% or fiE'" A E% of Lot. ..1.S ot Elk 8 Al Roth ".88 Telegraph hall
NBVi of SWVi 1 C 20 40 A. P. Johns .99 E 191 ft of SW'4 Com .t NID or of 81:1,4!:, In next four pubi,1 0
I NW of NE* A NE% of 8WVof, of BE'" otLS 5 II 13 Unknown 3.71 of NE1,4, A run W 100 Wltneee Weekly I I....
N r% 1 6 20 80 M, C. Raulerson 1S.425.S1 W% NE% of NW', IT II 2J 10 F. B. Wainwright 1.75 ft 8 15 It for a pt of tltarke my hand &all
All e'4 of N% Of NEVi W S% of N.%. of NW'4 A beg thence run W 1.0 le I1148. Florid, 1
: of branch 13 6 20 25 Fonnls Crews N14 of AW'4 pf NW'4 n I U so Will. W. D.lcb.r 1.114 ft 8 100 It E 100 ft N (OFFICIAL
! NW% of NEV4( A E% Of S W% of SW% of 100 tt to pt of beg 29 6 22 Mra 3. F. F.lk.nbery a.03 A. Clerk of SEAL CouA) t
;. NWU IS 8 20 120 Empire Lumber Co. 21.21 Nwyo4t, n lUll s. ,I. Putch 1.72 Lots 211.1 18L 17. 211 a1. 88. By Lucille C ealel
8% of'NEVi of 8WU It I 20 20 L. H. Green 3.89 W% ot NE% of NE'4 of 89. 4d. or Addition: N. Wm. D. Conner p
I y Frael Blk 1 Town of'New NE n 5 U I K. T. Hamilton I.U Dowllne. t 0 Building.Mornn-Flflh.' pC 1
l River 23-24 8 20 Ernest Mabry I.U 8E'. of 8E'4 of SW54 A 8t.rk. It 23 R. L. C. Thomas au Atty. for Pit keonvllle.
I Lot S. Elk'landLois.. 8% of 8W% of BE A Elk e. Oaaklns Addition .4cixcflT
I t 13, of { 2. W% of BE'4 or SE AS420 to'To..n of 1ItAtk.! U 5 aa W. F. Cone 1.13 ,
I 4, of Blk 11. A Lot 1, :. tt ot BE% of Ul y' 1 Lot 110 by 11"% It as IN rorR
, i B. of Elk 19 A Lot < of RE% 2T S 2J U Agnes Levi 20.74 described In Deed Book CBnYTY' _

, 1,01 Blk S3. and Lot 6 Lot. 87. 45 A W'7 of Lot I 50 page 155 29 23 Elda Role McDonnell: a.tI FLORIDAI b
I jif mi- *n.*. 1--Aw.ft. -nf. -ItfAw 113 A V..tt at... u 4 U Com aoo ft N from SW Vivian Dunn R"
, River 23-24 I 20 Allen Porter Est. a.u Woodl.wn al 5 tl "- 01. -,-r.wrora ..D1O Cor of NW% 01 SEy' A 4 ntr.3.Radcliffe.: PI".,
, I W% of SWV4 23 I 20 80 American Tune Crove Lot. .9. 14. Woodlawn 81 I 22 20 0.0. Mo..ley .72 run El250ftS90ftB De14q.
Ino. 15.42 of % of 810 It N 11I0 ft W 4180x8 ORDER
E% of SE14 29 I 20 80 American Tuna Grove AlkSf'4r dNW BEI4U 5 21 B W. T. Crawford. 3.02Lot ft 190 ft lt of icEPToU CA
: b.CU
Inc. 141.7I 1 In P..tnU1e 31 II U 17 lola L1ttt. 1.07 E of I 22 Anna STATEN 0
Parse. Eat
I S 44 of Lot 11 30 I 20 20 American Tun* Grove N% of NW1,4, of NW'All / A 1 f .NW18W C SE E% 1.88 P. Radcliffe who5e5o>,
Ino. 4.18 N 8-4 of NW% of f U. 23 ,
1 : :
Fhlllip A be John.on Boa
t All See. 11 Ex N% of NW% F of fly as 5 21 11 101. Little 1.87 Com at Nil Cor of NWV4 3.12 I'"n"a! 71. And"
l Lots 1. 6 6, A Ex SV4 840Amerlcan Tune Groves, A1,4, of NWV.of NW'4 31 I 22Wet4 10 Jas Jones I.U of SEy4 A 8 840 ft You are'
of Lots V.' S 81 6 20 Inc. 145.07 'A of 1v. 180.7 ft 'S'I ft for June 10 1948 required to
;I "WH of NEV4 NWU ofHEVi wf NWE/ S 21 111 C. I. AM. Dlnsfelder 4.841 a pt ot Court and In th.1Eo"
A 8% of NEViofNWVi S% 0' N SEJi of NWVi'' SW% of sw'4 8 8 40 T. L. DeLoach 1.11 105 ft E 105 It to pt maiden name. and ,
A NE Vi OC8WU&WV4 8% of NE'4 of SEt, 15 I 23 10 Cyrus E. Beam .91 of erg 82 I 22 Rosa Bell Williams Telegraph shall Bradrord
1 i' 32 6 20 380 American Tuns Groves, E 5 A of Ala, of NE of Lot. 8, 7. of Blk 5. Lln- i 2.11 In next four PUbllab 1
-0., Inc. 77.89 A S% of NWy4 of coin City 32 I U Witness Weekly loon
r flE% of NEVi 33 8 20 40 Elisa Wilson Bat. 7.31 SE"- II 6 U U ElIaab.th Robinson Eat. 8.78 Lot 8 of Bile I. Llncoln' E.t. 10.78 8a194t Starke my hand

>NH of NWVi 5 7 20 80 American Tuna: Groves Com at SW Cnr of E14 City U 8 U Wm. McLeod Est. Florld0 I
I i Inc. 11.11 of SWI.4 of NW'4 A run One Lot 380 ft E A W by 2.U (oFFICIAL
S% of Lot 4 A W% of N .00 tt for R pt of bf'1I'then..e IOGftN"'SlnNWCor : A. Clerk of SEAL)
4.' N% of Lot 4 7 7 20 50 Galney. Shaw 9.33 run JI 4841 ft N of NW'4 sa 6 22 1 H. A. Knowles 1 By Lucille said Court.j
w: ''S A In SB Cor Of SWVi 1 American Tune Oil W ft S Com .t NW Cor of See a3 1.69 T. Frank C. Con
'" of SWVi 8BWVi 7 29 American 35.04 ft Ot.t olo beg 10020 8 22 I E. E. Cannon U.FJ' A run E 380 ft for a pt Atty. for Landrum pit Stitt
I' 10 Tune 011 of Ihv of NE'4 11 6 22 to Unknown a.32 of b'ef. thence run 8 1(15 1 {1'1 I
of SW'4 of SWVi 8 7 20 Mills, Inc. 4.18 : W% of SW'4 of NEI11 6 21 10 A. 0.Rogers a.u tt E ItS ft N 105 ft W I IN -
'V'4 of NW% of BFv4 11 I 22 10.J. M. Lanc..ter 2.741 lU ft to pt of beg 33 I 22 Mrll. Lisale Clark CIO'I'I1' ('O''RT.
WARD CITY 8 'T 20 \V of Corn at NW'4A 2.11 COUN y. 11CERY.
E% of % of NW1,4, : fsr f ILUID.II
8E14 11 I 21 .0 L. H. Drew 3.04 run S 105 l\

1- Lot 1, 2, 10. 11, of Blk 1 n. H. Parker 8.89 W of WE'4 01 NRt4 11 6 U 10 Charley Brantl.y a.7t tt W 880 It N 105 ft Catherine jr.
; Lots 8, 9. 10 11 of Blk 7 R. E. Haaen 3.43 W'Ao of E% of 8W% to pt of beg 83 I U H. A. Knowles Plaintiff. V8. nifn.T1'H; *
f Lot 10 of Blk 11 Louamanda, Plnholster 1.48 SE'4 olif I 21 to flclplo Weat a.Ot 3 A In AW SW% 1.89 Defendant; Ca," : *'
Lot 1 of Blk 11 Mrs. T. P. Ward Est. 1.48 AW'4 of SE'4 13 I 22 to H. A. Prescott Jr. It.79SWY of NWV4 WoofoRy IS I 22 3 LoIIs.nla Smith. ORDER OF VrViJ1'AND :!
t Lots 5. 6, 7. 8, of Blk 20 I* O. Thomas 6-80 of 8Wy4 14 I 21 .0 John Johnson 7.33 Com .t NE Cor of NE'4 1.02 NOTICE' TO 4J'>
I1k 83 U. H. Parke 17.80 NEV. of of NE1,4, A: rUn 8 881 ft > II.STATE OF FLORIDA
Com 79 )'d. W of SE Cor AIoadEi: /.f corn atEN for a Pt of beg thence W.lwr.lh. 1

j of SBVi of SWVi A run Cor of 8E1,4, of NE'4 A run W 399 ft S 210 ft address 18: Hotel TrevOregon. 't.W,.
N 140 ft W 100 ft 8 240 run E 970 ft 8 225 ft .. E a99 ft N 210 It to ,
r ft E 100 ft to pt of beg; 8 7 20 D. J. O. Green, Jr. 4.78 W 9zt ft N 220 tt pt of beg 84 6 22 3 1. E. doer a.31 You are required to
1016 B C. H. Clark 4.11 N 431 It of I\lay 27. 1948 0
t Com at SW Cor of SWVi bee 6 22 SW14 of SW'4 the al .
: of BEVi, A run E 607 2-3 8R'4 of NEV4.J" 6 A In Ex portion N of Ry 14 1 U 1.J. Hardenbrook 1.29 Court seeks and Cauee. wb.rol.>
ft N W 807 1-3 N Car A 43.4J SW1,4, of NW54. of 8E% at I U .0 C. H. Lambert divorce and rstor
ft 8 140 f.'tto pt of bear 8 7 20 3 C. A. Crosby 1.54 In NW 'or 11. 22 IS F. M. P.ckham 12.152 .99SECVRITY maiden nam. Bradlolf

I BBVi of NBVi, A NE% of Com at NFJ Cor of SEV4of IIOME81TE8 IN; NW% OF NW34 815 8 U In Telegraph shall publl.b I
: BE% Bx.Jiy. 9 7 20 74 J. A. Phlfer 13.44 NE'4 &I: run R 711 ft neat four weekly loin
NW% of SEW Ex: Ry 9 7 20 38- J. A. Phlfer 8.99 W 481 ft NE 748 tt E Elk I Ex Lot 8 Security Witness my .
of SwG 9 7NP.4 20 40 H. II. Mott 6.43 296 tt to bfOlI' 16 6 23 I Paul Bonn.tt 2.21 Lot 8 of Elk 1 Unknown 1I0m.slt. 2.741 seal at Starke. aa
of NWVi A WH NE'4- of BE'4 of NW' 16 6 23 10 P. T. Ty.on 1.29 Elk 2-26 Lots 9.08 23, 1948.
NWH Hy OlIO 7 20 103 3- A. NE of SW'4 16 I 22 4.Mrs.. Ells Blount 141.111 Elk 3-18 I..ota Security Homeeltes 41.711 (OFFICJAL
I .
NFxV 20 H. L. I tJ'lk 41 Ex Lot Security' Hom..lte. 41.711 REALA.J
; E% of of SEVi 14 7 20 3.81 NE of 8W1,4 of AW'4 A 8 ofsaid
k NW% of SWVi IS 7 20 to.J. A. Phlfer 7.81. 4 A In BE'4 of SWVf Lot; 8 of Elk 4 Security Belmont 1.7. By LIIC lIIe C. Conner Court
f All NWVi of NW% N of of 8E'4 A all 2% A on a side of NW'4 Properties 7.60 T. Frank Landrum. 91uk
Rd. 15 7 20 20 L. Z. Williams 2.23 SE'of 8 E1 '4V' of ofNEVSof Rd&N% Atty. for Pit.
All EH of NE% of NEVi ro... II I 22 18 Mu', L. R. Edwards 2.151 of SWI4 of NE% as 11 U 23 C. O. Tolbott ii:
I N of Rd. 16 7 20 3 L. Z. William 1.73 S% of SELL of 8W% of SW% of NW'4 86 I U .0 Bertha I.U -
: N 1-4 of SWVi A -- NW'4 17 I 2Z 5 Nancy Davis Est 8..8 Com at NE Cor of BW% McWaln Eat. 8.06 lor IOCI-IT tot
: N S-4 ItfESW% of HE'/i N% ot'E 2.3 of NW' of of NW1,4, A: run 8 UO COt'NTY, ST IR
I AN12 Aot8Eo 18 I 23 13 Wm. Tyson, Ir. .., It for a pt of beg CEll?. FLORID',
i BKV4 ABSA of NEVi E 14 A of B% of SW14 thence run W 118 ft to Olno Pratelli,
t of SE'4! A 1 A In SB of SW14 18 I 23 16 8. W. Welsh 3.37 road thence 8 .05 It E Rapetto Prttelll Plalntlft .
} Cor of NWVi of SEVi W 8 A of S% of SW14 614 ft N 105 ft to pt N. 4710. Detract
I E of Rd. 16 7 20 79 A, L. Crosby 9.33 of SW14 18 8 23 8 Z. R. Sawyer 2.08 The B.199 3 7. II i Ao 7.1tion 1 :" 41raDL'R"be' 'Pt'BUC
.. W% of NEVi of NEVi, A A wide A- ft of that pore > '' NOTICE
SOendfeet TO '
BU:% of NEVi 11 7 20 60 A. L. Crosby 17.9 ernes W.%, of of RW'4 of NW% 4B rSTATE OF FLORIDA Al'

NBVi' of SBVi, Ex: 8 6 A 16 7 20 U.J. A. Phlfer 3.23 NE%lgffrE't: ;: F. of rd E20 8 21 1 Llnd..y OrlW 1.81 of road 3 7 U 1 Jobs ](flues RaDette Pr.t.l1I. veto,t t
W 607 1.3 ft of WH of Corn from W% of S8 of 81014 &I and address ,fa. m cor-
1-1 ft Cor of SW'4 of SW% 8E1,4, of % of SE1,4 4 7 U A e 1dfWebrtee tvlenoa.ltalr.lar / .>
BEE Aoff NW / )
% % 17 7 SO 44 C. A. Crosby 1.31 Arun W316ftN 2U N 1.1 A of that portion requtrfd
f N NWVi Bx 1 A N SI American Tung Oil ft 10 315 It 8no ft of E% of SW14 01 NE'4 : !Tf 1.' tfae to
tRof 17 7 20 MUM, Inc. 11.91 It I tI: Toe Johnson 1." E ot road w Coprt .bo
I to pt of beg ,7 7 II J }1 Arroot $ and9cause' ,
{ wh
( N% of Lot 1 less 10 A IS American Tuns 011 NW% of SE% of 8W44 U 8 22 10 o. IL W.ller 23.39 N% of" 21 A of that pore : ( t ri 1 seeks 'Atua;Im..nt"' Bndla W of Ry IS 7 20 Mills, Inc. 7.81 1 A In NE Cor of 'VI" lion of E% of HW% of ld4' 4. tall d' Telef1'.D_ H-ll publlh
S Com 60 chns W of NB of Elk 8 8 of R I Wit. 21 1 Lawrence CO'Ylnston 1.07 NE'". E of road 7 T II 1 Lacy Rltch 4 to""he"tfobr esnly" l t!
4. Cor of Bee 35 A run 8 1 A in NE Coy of the ii Com on E aide of Slate hand.uqsealVlat .
\ 60 chns W 80 cbns N A tract of land formerly \. Road 13 where It intersects .Stark.. Flor"1
"!:;.':.' 80 chns E 20 chns to owned by F. C. 0004- N line of 8W"%" of U.19..6. .
b.. Bx B /Act N10 wine In N% of 212154 of NE1,4, A: run N along E (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J
I rhna also Com 10 cbns ElW% lying N of Ada side of road 788 ft for A. Clerk: of Bald Court
W of NB Cor-of Beet l'olack" lot. at 6 21 I Wm. Half 10.151 a pt of beg thence run ID By Lucille C. Conner, R)
t IS A run 8 140 ft for Com at NE Cot' of 8E'4 150 ft N 110 ft W 150 rt T. Frank Landrum, Stark
a pt of best thence runS of 811y' of 8W1,4, A run to road then,. 9 no tt Atty for Plf. /.
910 ft W 1334 ft N .'". 5150 tt for a lit of begthence to pt of 'b.e 1 1 It H. A. Prescott Jr. 10.06
ISO ft E 1114 It to her '. run W 1419 ft A BE'4 of NI! Ol NEI4 10 7 II It Wm. E. Green --
-IU, 25 7 28 141 J, .X. Douglass 18.17 11 ft W44ft888ftB!I NE\4 of 8W of NWIA. 10 1 U 10 .Jo. Starling, .7.7 T IN CIRCUIT COt'HT, 91
I_ Com 10 chns k of SBSor lot ft N 10 tt to pt GI NEU. of NE 'of 8E ,r 10 7 U 10 Leo Orlffl. .11 'OVNTY. FLORIDA
; of Sea IS run W Deg 21 6 II Nick Veslroupoules 415.27 NW''4 of NE 01 SElloW 10 7 22 10 Roy Orlffl. ,.18 CERY.
I chns N 10 chnsE 40 Lots 3. lO'of Elk' 1 Pine 8EV. of 8E 4 E" % Lucille George. Plantltf T
,cbns 8 19 ah n. tou Hurst Development It 4 n Clifton Parker I.OT of FEN of SEE" 15.7 2E' 35 Ollie ,Tborn ton George, Defendant Can
beg- 7 10 10 L If. Waters 14.29 FE'4 of 8E"" of SE% 21 8 21 10 Pauline Garcia. 23.ItNW' t RyE W'/'! ORDER OF PUBLIC
f 8Hof NW% of NW% Ex 14 of SE''" A all SW'4 81A 7 U 1 Tllo. Gulls AND NOTICE TO AP
I A In SW Cor-Church tin 19 Arvls Kirkland 1.83 of 8FJ'4 N of road A E'4 All Lot 1 W of old road 1.07 STATE OF FLORIDA t ti
E% of 8W% of SWVi 17 6 11 10 Mrs. H. C. Edwards 807 of SWN of road U 1 II U J. W, Jordan I.U 18 .ub-dIY of 8W"% of George, whose reoidtoe
> EH of NWy, of NW 84 5 11 20 Mrs. H. C. Edwards 8.07 All 8W% of BE" A E% BW1,4, Ex N 50 ft 20 7 21 I L. R. Rhod.n known.
i 1H A In NW% o f NBVi of SE'4 of e'W'4 S of SW'4 of NWI4 EK 10 A You are' required

bounded S W by Rd Nl.d: 44 : 23 n R. A. Nettles 'u.E In NE Cor 21 7 U 30 T, J. Alderman 4." June 10, 1946, in the lOb'
N by N line of said Oft NE\4 L{ 32 .0 Eddl Hartmann, 7.81E Lot NEuotNW% N% Court and cauie, wlxriliseek .
NW,* of NEVi E by 115 of 106 ft of of 21 7 2t 1 Frank ,8mlth divorce and reitoi
branch 33 S 11 1 Francis: L. Qllllame 1.97 % IIf NW'4 of 8Eof % Lots 7. I. 9. 10. of Elk 1.15 maiden name fradfonTelegraph
1 A In NB Cor Of SEVi NE% U 6 U 0. H. Little 7274 80 In Blanton. Addition shall publish I
of NWv 1 3 21 1 Oenevleve Bolano 1.33 All that portion of NW ao 7 II Harmon F. Morgan' In next four l <
w% 4 of SWVi 1 I' 11 20 C. R. Alvares ,7 1 of 8E'A lying W of canal Lots I. t. 8. t. S of Elk Ethel Thomas A. Leola 1.13 Witness weekl'dlll'
NEVi of BEV4 Ex 1% A A N of Call 8t. A I In Wrlcbt. Addition ao 7 22 Wlee seal at 8t'" k., Florid. U
I f In SB Cor N of Rd A E of W.n.r 8t. Exhom. Rlk 8. Hampton Park U 7 21 Mn. Sarah 10.sa 1916,
,. E% of NW% Of SEVi. 1NWVi 8 11 59 Hugh H. Alvares 1.81 .. 0 f Mr. D. M. 854 of NEy' of aE% A Snigger 1.90 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 1 1AsCIerk
of BW% 3 8 11 40 C. C.. Hutchinson ..1o 9 Moore H. H. Houston BEy' of. SE U 7 U 80 Harden A of said
.. .... W.I.n.r 7.9oV. 6
.rt.! Ci..A. Jenkins as I U N tOO ft NE of Coort.D
and Blanding Center Inc IU.47 SW AEI4'" 1 U 12 L. W. Alford By Lucille C. .
.NW\4'\ W iE% I I 11 110 T. L. Willis I.U E% of A .n H. O. Brown. Stark:! rk!>
NE''". of NE'' 10 6 11 to Herman Thomas .89 ORIGINAL! TOW OF STAR KB M. 12 8A In SWCofr of 8E% Atty. for Plf. IIN .
8% of 831y of NW'4 II II 10 E. L Connerly 8.07 i of NE14 as T U 13 Ben F.ulkner _
E.%, of SE' 01 NE.,. II I 11 10 R. V. Alvarez ..U Lot 5 of' Elk 1 A land NE% of NEI4 I t II .0 Unknown 1.151
of 8 Yin, A N'Ii of' E of Lot to Street. Volley McKinney 1.51 E% of SEII of I I II 10 Unknown 2.87 CIRCUIT COfRT, 91COUNTY.
NBw:% II I Ii 110 3. A. J. McKinney Est 115.0' Lots 1. 5. of Blk It Bx SW1,4, of SW'4 W of Ry l./ FLORID. I
of 8E' of SE'4 Es W IS ft Carl Hitch 2.91 Ex 10 A In SW Cor 12 ''I 21 18 3.
NE I 7 niT. 3. Alderman 1.81 Lots 5, 7 of Blk II. Katherine O. .Andrew 1.07 E 140 ft of S% of NW% H. Lawrence. Eat. 1.11 ......CEleRYonu, Plaintiff.
t 'NW% 01 NE14 6 7 81.. 45 A. M. Carlton .lsNEV4 W. 50 ft of Lots I, 3. of of 8E% 13 I 21 11 Jane Jones, Defendant Cue .
of SW,* U 7 11 to I. O. Young 14.17: BUr 34B J. Fred Guy 52." E ft W. Harrison 13.11 ORDER OF PUBUC
All NEV. of NW'4 W of 70 ft of Lot 3 of Blk 27 J. Fred Guy ".47 NEV3' ofoSW%106 A A I AND
-3 A as 7 n 7 Mr.. CI'de U. Young 1.11 Blk 29 a* extended on En W S% of STATE NOTICttJ'RIDA/
ESoad, of IA NW ".)'. Map Bx 8 100 ft NWY. ofTSE%, 13 8 U 11 Fred Jones whose FIden. l
J Ha.rU. ,
at 1 II .0 Mr. II. P. a.37E' All '.18 I
Redding riack"10
ft ,
of 8E54 80 Mrs. Tbelma Larantaux 2.67 18 ,
I HO Avenue.
Act 81 U ; A. W. more
of Lots 5. I A All 1 ft B A W by 105 W% of Elk 1 k Elk: I : 11.211 Delaware.
Lots 5. T. Woodlawn 11 S II 10 W. J. Chewer .... ft N A 8 bounded N by of Oo"t Lot I Lake -I a% .. I ton You, are to

Lot. 49. 5.. Wo.dlaWD 11 I II Ie A. J. Swans 1.10 Nollman E by Hutchlna Side Sub-Dlv U t 21 L.. C. Bates May 37. 1J44.qUlrg.I : .ta1
E'" of &Ata 10. U. WoodI..wn R by Johns A W bY.S NE'4 of NE'" A E% ot .., 15.41 Court and cause wbe'
ot1 I' II 10 3. W. D.Loacb 1.17 Walnut Street 21 8 21 Edw Prevatt 30.82 NW'4 of N.Ii4: U"II /0 J. D. seeks d rusted!
Lo:: 3 4.'ofll. kO-d L I 1 Lot 61H ft W ou ded 954 of BE% of BW% 01 ,,1 k Thompson. 18.77 trol dlvorreon child.
all NW"
B A .
10S ft B A 25 1 I Telegraph shall tOrder "
Lots 11. U. 18, U. W004- on N by English on E WII% AofNI.3ofNm% II ; Lane, Mitchell.:. Eet. 4.18 County In next four "o.k
I lawn 1", .I II U. :31:.. Frank A. 8w..y 18.31. by Broadway Street18 t It"D.. J. Beaver 1.67 of SW% hand'
.. I II. John Davis Witness my
W% of Lot. 18, at Wood'lawn Com SE Cor 1.6 .
IS I II 10 H. W. Hartland 1.31 LIVINGSTON.! TRUST .* CO'S. IUD .DIV. OF NE% OF N834 as ft of NW .. run of N NW U 7'1 seal at Starke, Florida

Lots U. I. Woodlawn 11 I II 10 Eddie B. Faircloth a.1I WH of Lota S 4. ft W 110 It for a of It 1945. L) AJ
All tbatportlon of LoteU. Lot. 3.4Sot beg thence 210 O'FFICIALf8
9 A W% of I rUn N ft said Court
.8 W of R, Wood- W 115 rt 8 110 ft II
Obi. DeSue 1.59 E C. Conner
w.. I II 17 Mack Orlftls I." o10ots S 4 of Blk Tn tt to pt of By Lucille "
BK Byli EH beg 25 8 II 4 Raleigh Wm.' D Morgan Flfi
Lot.--jf Lots, 10 1,Woodlawn 8. E. IS I II 10 Aaron Wester 22.n 9 A E% of Lots- 3. 4. of INDIAN! BEACH to1f.ra 2.47 1: ..., Jacksonville.. Tla.I

Lot 81. woodl.wn 11 I II 10 So B. Woodruff ..11 Blk 10 Wm. Sapp 1252 84-M II :u_ Atty. for Pit.

Lot 51 Woo v. L.
Lots d 40. Woodl.wn 14 6 II 10 Aaron W..ter .10 15 Enoch Lot 11 Pblfer 29.29 ciRCfiT: 'orRT. I i
3.37 R.
Lots 5{. 23. 11. 35. II.Woodl.WD TynonHomer Lot 11 A. Thompson 11.413 IN FLORIDA I
Lot 1 of Blk 87
,William 6.18 C. A. COUNTY,
11 I II 10 C L. .Jolin. J.n Lots .fcHIII.n 11.48
-ZO. a. II
A N 25 ft of Lot .
Lot n. WOGdlawn 11 I IS W. E. Adams 8.11 LotS Lot IS W. 8. Scott 80.41 CERY. flVlrrlnla II
110 L. a Cruc. 4 of Rlk 33 Emma Hughes '.41 Ira J. Lend Charles Parlsle"
It U Woodlawn 11 I II 1.41 Let 87 10.e6 HC. Parlilen,
E 95 ft of Lots !. /. Of .
of 8 1. Martha Mathews .
8 II Avery X.n.r 1.11
W% Lot .0 Woodlawn 11 Tola. Lot t7 10.0'
F% of Lot 8' Woodlawli 11 6 II I A. 8toker J.U Elk of 3/Lot 1 of Blk 47 Hazel Little 1I.ot Lot 51 T. D. Whiddon It.87 Cane No. "'Oop. Pl'1JtJC
NH William.
1. 13 Victor ORDER
1.yts! U, 14 Wodlawn 1. I 18 10 Wm. M. Moore 4.141 1. Bryant 7."
W of Blk 47LIVINGSTON. Emma
% lichen 1.11 AND
Iota I. 24. ti Woodlawn 11 I la D. Peele n.n
1...... U. 119. w.'ev I II 10 Harvey L. Whit. 4.11 : T R V BY. CO'II. ADDITION TO STAR KB M S3 C. A. KNIGHT STATE Parlaenla ,,"0"
L il'Woodlawn 5 IS 10 J. D. Peele S.18 .. Tax: Collector Br.dford County. .Inla C.
10 I. All Blk 10 Ex Lots 1. unknown.You .
Lot 37. Woodlawn 5 11 10 H. Watkins 1.09 r..olr.d t
I. a J. H. are :
Addison 15.09 I.N CIRCUIT -

TOWN or LAWI'RY. WEST!! OF RT D I III '!" Lot.1. 1. 6. I. 9, 10 of Elk Carl Rltch 51.36 .COl'NTY .FLORID COURT_ | BRADFORD I.N CHAN seeks maiden! divorce name. and Bradford restoration County of I Court May 17 and, H44.cause In, tM gr4APo J

Lots 1. 9 of Elk 16 Cora A. Brook 9.06 Eleanor M. Telegraph shall publish thin Order seeka divorce.Telerraph .
Lot 7 of Bile 4 3. B. Ebuford 1.7S : Lot S Jim Walls 1.89 Leo Ooul.. Ooulet. Plaintiff vs. In next four weekly Issues. shall lIubUd
Lots 1. 4, BIle 11 Nettle C. Smith 8.18 8 7% tt/otlLot 6 A Lot S 4712: Defendant. Case No. Wltnesar my hand and official In next fo .Aa ea
l Lots 5, 6, 7. 8. of Blk 13SH W. H. Blffd, Eat. ..... Ex S II ft of Elk B A ORDER OF seal at etarke. Florida this May Witness mew .
of Blk 14 Mrs. Cherie A. McDonald 1." PUBLICATION Florida!
land W of same to AND NOTICE I. 1946. I seal at Starke,
Dlag Lot 1 Unkllown.,. Street. Jones Additionto STATE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ISth 1444J.
Starke 28 6 II H. A. Manais* n." | Goulet. whose tot 'Leo A* Clerk of said Court. (OFFICIAL SEAL
TOWN OP I.AWTHT. EAST OF RY If! SEC 23. 34. 33 M. 6 a s.ftofloll7 IAall known residence I I. an By Lucille C. Conner D. C. Clerk 10fC"conn.r.ourtAs .
Lots 9. 10 of Blk B. T. Frank ..;
Landrum .
You 8tar" Florida Ay
are required to D
Cor of Lot 17
Com at 8W Jones Addl t Ion to appear on Atty. forf Plf. 6.16 C. Dur yBulldlnr.
June 10 1.... In 4t 1-31 CkianYllla
ft E 140 ft the above Jan .
N 804 named
run Stark. -38 6 II John Hall ,. 1.6S Court and _____ ...,
,It for a pt of beg thence N 1-9 of W Lot B cause, wherein plaintiff IN 'cracvrr for Plfjun
Lute seeks divorce COURT BRADTORD Atty. -
run N 344 .ft B 100 ft A WH of -I. 7 of restoration of COUNTY __
.. S 344 ft W 100 ft to pt 1 Blk 1. Temple Addition maiden name. Bradford County CBHY. FLORIDA IN ,C HAN* I
of bee ,t David Slack: Lit to Starke 28 6 II Dr. If. B. Herlonc 18.70 Telegraph In shall publish this Order Ernest B. De IK ClRCt1TFLORIDj,
$ next four weekly Issues. PI..L.PI.llltlff. v.. .
ii Com at SB: C" N 1-1 of BH of Lot B.
otofLott1 Mary
Patricia. Plassa
Witness De
at run W .. ; A EH of Lot 6. 7. of my hand and official seal dant. Case Defen CEttY.Frieda .. r
No. S.
d at 4T16.
of beg tbenee run N 137ft Starke. Florida, this May 4. Edith I !
Blk 8, Temples Addition 1N
11... OF :
B 1S7 ft BSO t H. :
SO ft
W Alfred
11 ee/u
to Btarke 6 31 Dr. M. B. Herlong 13.70 AND .
i ft to Pt of, beg Alice Brown SEALA. J. Thomas APPEAR Will Abraham
Sit Lot 6 of Blk 1?. Temples STATE
'J Loll? Will E rberElolte 1.00 Addition to Starke 11 6 II Ruth As Clerk of said. Court. OF FLORIDA to: M dxot 4711'JC!
Wilkie CU.OF
IS 69 Patricia err
UH"of N 315 ft of Lot Peeks By Lucille C. Conner D. C. D* PI..... w h a e '
Lot 10 of Bile 19. ORDEROT1CE
J. 8. dene and
H&I'rl.on-Law address
AltO E'K Sprint !." Addition to Starke 18 6 It I. B. Wllkl. 1.11 Exchange A..nll.-Oratton. 1st 11 Park TURlDH. A
LoU SO 11, N 135Lo't Elk 31, Peeks Additionto BulldlnJacksonville.. Florida Auckland New 8TATAOo
Florence Williams 1.71 Starke IS 6 21 Bessie M. Davis n... Atty. for Plf. B-10 4t 5-31 ; kno..all::eDam
49 Fannie Robinson 1.60 N of hlchway SO Ton ar. required to appear on 8ag.wlta6unkn r
I 'i Lots 60 Jb 50-A C. II. Kettles 5.90 1ftoB by 100 ft IN CIRCUIT COURT DRADPORO May S7. "". In the above t
f '>i.ffrf': Will Barbel I." N : S61"W 8W Cor of COUNTY. FLORIOAl IN CHAN. named Court and cause, wherein an7eudare' requlydra :
h W N 110 ft of Elk 19 Peek Additionto ,. (."11:11: Y. plaintiff seeks divorce. 1J'"II.e. at n,
1 Lot 6 Ott' Sub.DlyI Stark 11 6 It E. E. Green B.9B> Marjorie Elliott Brown, Plaintiff County Telegraph bb Court ; Srsdu61ga.
I 24 rtSI awtay. Sec. "' Lots A B, C. 1 vs. Robert H. Brown Defendant. thl. Order In next four weekly 1** seeks: divorce.
.. 1 U Alexander: Tucker 1.I. yn. A dl rOUk Case No. 4743.ORDER sue.. Telegraph a ..u .101'
SEI4 of SWVi of SWVi 1$ S IS 10 C. I. M. Dlnafelderof 3.13 Starke 11 6 II Beyd Holloway 38.46 OF PUBLICATION Witness my band and official I tour ...t.4qd. a;
On* Lot In BE Cor of aWI.n. mY
Lot 1 of Bile 13. J. M. seal at Stark o e
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Florida,. this Florl-
of April .
NEVi NWVi tOO ft n Johns Addition t o STATE OF FLORIDA to 26. 1941. sal .t Starks.a

*bounded W by! on 546ftNAS E by State Lot.Starke 2. 4, A Lot 4 Ex 8 S3 6 11 Mary B. Maloney 3.11Mrs. H.Knoxvllle.Brown Tenn.Esq. 806 LeRoy: Robert Street As(OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL) A. J. ThO" IOF PICLIL AEAL1Courye.14

Road No. 11 II I II 5 C. B. Bennett 7.19 13 H, ft of Elk 34. J. M. of said Court A. Clerk of
All BE% of .W% o f NW,," John Addition toStarke I Yon are required to appear on By Lucille C. Conner D. C. Luoille C sw.By \
F. road A of Jane 10, 1946. la the. above named T. Frank 1
BH Landrum.
11 6 11 L. D. :rant 4.89 Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Landrum. Starke. Florida t
I i Atty. for Plf. 41." 4t .-7 AllyTator Plffr' -


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