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: June 7, 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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cil cj| Denies Civic Qroups' Plea Martell RepresentC EdmondsonWill Canning Plant Bradfordites Cross Paths* -

Of Clinic of JC At Festival '
ontinued Support : Being Rushed

I Lovely Miss Martell Edmondson With Escaped Convicts
: was selected at the Junior Wom
(fronted with one of the largest and most influential] en's Club dance last Friday as With Perishables

to appear before a public body in Starke .
ors ever Starke's candidate for the title of

of the City Council, in regular] session Tuesday "Queen of the June Moon Fes We H. SmithIs
1 The Housewife Tells How It Feels To Be
refused to rescind their recent action withdrawing tlval." A representative of the County's non-profit can- I

I support from the Bradford County Health Unit. local Chamber of Commerce, Miss business ning plant! had virtually all the An Unwelcome Hostess To Escaped Convicts
It could handle this week,
different motions made, by Councilman C. A. Hdmondaon will compete with Abducted
Lee variously] that the Council contribute $50 other candidates of north Floridaat I with expectations that the previous ; Th ordeal of providing refugefor return to the house so they could

proposing the the Jacksonville Beach Festival record of 2800 cans would be three escaped convicts, an ex- get the keys to his car," Mrs.
for next
the Unit year and/or that the broken.
-to rerience that most people only Parrlsh stated
on Saturday, June 15th. but they talked
Lih contributions by the School Board up to $75 per. The other contestants Mills Mrs. Tyler Jones, manager, said Car StolenFour read about or witness In movies, among themselves. Bruce, the one

died for want of a second as Councilmen E. W. Hayes i Wanda Pearce, who placed were however that with the recently was a grim reality for Ruby Par- with the gun, was boss, and once

l.i,,I T. Bridges Stated that the city. could-- ___ not u__ afford ond, Miss Myrtle Miss sec increased facilities the plant would rlMh, Bradford County farm wife, told the other two that he'd kill
Ipenditure. CouncilmanDuncan Thomas handle all comers, and that more Bradford Countianfrs. :'!- and her four children last Mon. them If they disobeyed him. Theyall
Kathleen Judd, Miss June Patel :\ Louis' Punch
families (
was absente \I of rural and town sections ) Par-fish. day. had. knives and blackjacks, and
and Miss Margaret Monteith.
which was Merchants should be encouraged to housewife Hogan Smith, cattleman While her husband "Punch"was wallets full of money."

meeting L. Group The Judges were Mrs. Paul K. bring their prepared vegetables and turpentine operator building a fence a mile from "PeoVee" played with a baby

dover by Chairman Canova, representing the Women's for quick service.V. his son, Harold, and Paul the house, Mrs. ParrlHh, her young a little while, but for the most

,A'a. Is Club, Mrs. W. C. Powell, of the It. Ferguson Vocational Director Shields, garage mechanic' married daughter, Kthel: McHugh, part they Ignored, the children,

ded in the delegation, OrganizedOrganization Junior Women's Club, and Fred said that the plant's) bust-1; became involved in the tangled and three small children, spent n who. were "a little scared". Mrs.

filled the Council Guy, of the* Chamber of Com- est day thus far was last. Thurs- I thread of circumstances' harrowing two hours alone with Parrlsh doesn't mind admittingthat

''r to overflowing, were: of a local retail merce. day, with 1462 cans being put up1 surrounding the of 12:! the trio who culled each other she was plenty scared, "andso

A., Green, president of merchants' association for 22 families. Only perishable escape Bruse", "Ralph", and "Pee Wee". was Ethel".
convicts' from
nun's Club; Mrs. L. H. to the setup In Jacksonville according and! Roberts Attends foodstuffs are now being accepted, |I the State Prison lined l Parrish (no relation to I During the two-hour period the
immediate past presl- Atlanta was begun this It was stated, though meats will Sunday night. Punch and Ruby) la I serving a life men remained Inside the house,
week with Dealer Conference I i
|the PTA A. J. Thomas, the release of a be processed when the vegetable By late Wednesday all but sentence for murder. going only as far as the door.

of the Chamber of Com- quickly petition which rush Is over. I I 1 two of the escapees had been Monday afternoon at the Par- They kept a constant lookout,
i ,gained more than 40 sig- J P. Roberts, local Dodge and I
recaptured. rish home presented the usual but after a while Bruce no longer
|B. L Matthews, president natures. Plymouth dealer, has returned Patrons, about one-third of j
Mrs. Jos. E3. I I peaceful scene of a country place brandished the pistol, but placedIt
fctary Club; The petition, circulated from a conference In Jacksonville whom have been Starke residents, The chain of events:'! that
( by Harley In the lacy warmth of early summer Inside his shirt.
[ of the I I I
representative have been In threw
bringing string residents
F. Strong, Jeweler, where he received training In a of the Max-
announcedas Mrs Parrtah
was workIngIn "When Mr. Smith and HnroM
Ivelfare Board; Mrs: Ed- beans, tomatoes fordhook
I ,
the national program launched by peas vilIe-Yellow Water section In-
purpose the "to a nearby okra when the
group patch rode up and tied their horses,
am. executive secretary discuss local Dodge to train all Its dealers and limas, baby limas and corn In' a state of alarm
conditions Jto started
called Bruno
Itmerican Red Cross; Dr. as may small and large quantities, with 1]I man abruptly accosted the men told me to go out on
chairman of the affect our businesses, and to exchange salesmen to help truck users select when one of the inmates of her hoisting a revolver Her the pprch and ask them to come
|erlong with each other general the right trucks to meet their highest lot running up to 200 the: state prison feigned (lines In First Impulse was to call tyrs. Me- inside I said. TOr. Hogan, come
Hospital Assocl'an cans family. Mrs. Richard O.
d County Information that may be bene- ; hauling needs. per his cell and called a guard who Hugh to bring a rifle, but she's on In,' and he, thinking I neededhis
H. Garden adjutant Kidd, Jr.. an enthusiastic custo-
Jiierlcan Legion Post, and ficial to the members, and for The training conference was con- mer who has been using the facilities was thereupon seized by two glad now that she didn't. The help for something, walked.! In-
: such other legal purposes as de- ducted by a two-man team from other prisoners. Nine more Joined other two convicts were standing aide. Bruse faced him and Harold -

laded 1 Stump, local merchant A I termined." the Dodge field organization would to put offset up vegetables that the trio, found a State truck/ a short distance! away to preventher with the pistol and laid 'I'm
the delegation. help a predicted
I other The association It was stated, which recently concluded an Intensive parked In the prison yard and from running. giving orders here. They tied Mr.
of business men and food shortage, said the non-profit
Ij will actively cooperate with the training program In Detroit left by a rear gate, after subduing "He told me If I made one Smith's wrists with some wire
were also pres- service "is one of the nicest things
persons mayor and Council In matters for under the direction of L. F. that ever happened in Bradford a second guard. Among the' move he'd shoot," Ruby Parrlsh I that one of them had In his

the community betterment, and VanNortwIck, Director of Truck dozen escapees were two who had( said In a voice still a little shaky. pocket, In a few minutes, though,
I. E. L. Crawford, farmer
L D Haines and Mrs. with the OPA- for specific Sales. The meeting was one of County. been sentenced for murder, and) from the ordeal. "Later they said they loosened him and made him

and commissioner salld
I, appeared In behalf of of rent equalization purposes and : the 258 national conferences arranged county the notorious "Slim" Scarboroughwho they had been watching me from and Harold get In the 'car.. At
that "a lot of still haven'theard
Ijome: Class of the First price control. I to train more than 6,100 people had been imprsoned for murder underneath a pecan tree for several first I they were going to take us,

I Church and presented the Dodge dealers and salesmen to about the plant. Kverybody In Georgia when. In 1941 he hours. They said they want. too, but I begged them not to,
Ig petition, signed by mem- first meeting of the organization : analyze truck users' requirements. should be told about it, and be kidnapped two officials and freed ed something to eat, and If we and they said, 'All right, wa

the organization: probably for a Man- Salesmen who attended the Invited to bring In their vege- 43 convicts, escaping then to Florida gave them no trouble, they won't'. When they started off I
day or Tuesday, will be tables, them, and watch
the members of the Win- announced training school now are able to prepare lie waa convicted here for wouldn't harm us." said, 'Don't hurt, Mr.'' Smith. He's,
next week it Mr.,
was stated. Mrs. Jones and Ferguson put
au of the First Baptist give valuable assistance to truck armed robbery and sentenced! to Accordingly, Mrs. Parrish prepared a good man"

lot Starke, would like"to The original signers Include: buyers In their selection of trucksof 'em up In a hurry.! life Imprisonment. a robust meal-apparently "They hadn't' been. gone long

our earnest opinion.,for U A. Canova C. H. Nasworthy, the vehicle weight The plant, on the high school Abandoning their truck on the to the entire satisfaction of the before Ethel ran to the nearest
.Hart Furniture Company, Harley proper gross grounds, Is opeped, at 10 a. m. convict, since they later paid house .
loued need of the'Health( and with *he right body, ,wheel- graded road between the State and the.neighbors came and
| AJ a Christian body we SV Stroitg. W. H. Graham Sis- base, axle ratio, frame, tires, and Tuesday and Thursday operatinguntil Farm and Lawtey, the prisoners her $3,SO for the food and two tool us to Lawtey. I haven't been

praying that this> wprk trunk Feed Store, J. R, Kite, Alex special, equipment to do the, most the day's canning Is com-I apparently -broke up Into small packages:>I'JIK rette. said.s"We,,,,. ".IJ. Mn._ Parrlsb
lua." ,** V"1"i t RobWna,'H. O. WallAgency.iSam- economical hauling Job. Taken Into pleted. A nominal charge Is madeto groups and took to the woods. "They -df n'!" a 'much to me haven't seen them a-

e i conclusion. of-,'the" two- Rosenberg, Pate Gassett, ,J'. R. consideration are_ size and cover tho cost of cans and It was Monday afternoon when while waiting for Mr. Smith to gain, and I hope wo never do."

j' Bulltngton, Biggs & Baker, Roy fuel. three of the Brusel Parrlsh -
i Illon during which mem- weight of loads, type of highway men--
1 the delegation advanced M. Ward, Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., travelled, grades, and many other (convicted of murder In Jackson Tuesday night several miles be- Rites Held

| why they considered a'' W.. B. Mundy, Bradford HardwareCo. conditions Influencing truck op Coach Issues Call County), Ralph Stalvey (nerving yond Boomtown I near the junc- Friday

with program of vital In-, ., W. B. Sewell, S. E. Sparks, erations. For Diamond Ball 20 yearn for armed robbery), and tion of Highway 43 and 68. Credit For Mrs. Carnell

I to Starke, Councilman ,J H. A. Manassa, George A. Taolls, Charley Hall (two years for forgo for his downfall goes largely to

elated, "I stand Just like Fred F. Stump, Joseph A. Arnold All boys Interested In playing ery) appeared at a tenant house Paul Shields, ex-serviceman and Funeral services were held Friday ,
Red GroupTo
|been standing. Our rev- I D. E. Knight, Guy Andrews, C. diamond ball this summer should on property belonging to Hogan employe In tho garage of his afternoon at the Baggett-Mc

1&i declining and we must' H. Driggers, Jr., Lovett's Grocery, Visit Lake City report to Coach Carson Geiger on Smith two miles northeast of father-in-law, Ed Prevail, In Intonh funeral home In Daytona

George Kopelousos, H. O. Brown, Starke. Smith and his son, Harold Starke.
jironomles in the school grounds Monday Beach
our city gov. ; high for Mrs Doris Scott Car-
This Is a county affair'] Koch's Drug' Store, W. E. Torode, Mrs. Barbara Breazeale, Chairman afternoon. The Coach announced were woodsrldlng! at the time Shields was assigned to the Job nell of Ormond.
Jr., Western Union i Telegraph of the Camp & Hospital and had left their Buick sedan of Rev R, W,
i city affair, and I feel that boys under 14 should be on bringing In a broken-down automobile Dlckert, of
t two county boards should Company, H. K. Tyua, Denmark Committee for the Bradford hand at 2:30: and those 14 and parked near the houan. that had been abandonedby tist Church pastor In St. Calvary Bap-

the load and relieve the Furniture Company, Carl, Johns, County Chapter, American Red older at 4:30.: The community Mrs.' Parrish, who lives on the a sailor several days ago near in charge and Dr. George Augustine F, Scott was

I this burden." I Bradford County Telegraph, Van Cross, has announced a meeting of athletic program for the sum Smith place, was at Home with the fire tower on Road 48 east of Lakeland led in

(Bridges, chairman H. Priest Company, V. S. St. the Northeast Florida Camp &: mer months will be launched next her children, when the escaped of Klngsley Lake. When Shield Dlckert wan prayer. Rev.
of the John, Darby Brothers, A. M. Council at the Veterans arrived at the formerly pastor of
IStreet Committee Hospital week It was stated. convicts came up, brandishing a scene, about sundown the Ridgewood Avenue
pointed Darby's. W. J. Prather, T, Frank In Lake City oti June 13 Baptist
Increased Hospital Geiger announced an extensive pistol. They quickly removed their Cooper was asleep on the Church In Holly Hill of '

> made expenditure on the that I} Landrum, M. F. Hudson, Sr. at 12 noon.. She and her com- program for the reconditioning of prison garb upon finding In the back seat of the abandoned'! car. Mrs, Carnell was a member which, In-
ditches I' mittee extend an Invitation to all the Bradford athletic plant, work car, khakis and dungarees, purchased lie was bare to the waist, but still terment was In Hillside
and stated Cemetery,
community leaders to attend the the Smiths earlier In wore his prison When
i <\Ud not Rotarians HearCommitt having been started this week by pants. Ormond Beach.
pee where $50 meeting which will begin with a with an amount of stump clearing the day from a store In Starke awakened by the young mechanic,
I Unit. be spared for the I e ReportsA luncheon served at the Hospital. A and drainage. As soon as Attempts to start the Smith car Cooper made no attempt to Mrs. Carnell Is survived by her

tour of the building and grounds grading equipment Is avail by wiring It direct were abandoned escape, but offered Shields $30 husband, Stanley C. Carnell; two
laly note of encouragement pinch-hit program was car- been arranged.Mrs. county for his trousers and his sons Corbin S.? Carnell and Gene
I has also able, clay will be hauled and level- when the convicts discovered 123 for
delegation ried at the Club Wed- S. Carnell all of Ormond.
] her
was a state- out Rotary 'shirt ; a
Breazeale Is also chairmanof led for the construction of tennis ; that the steering gear was locked.
Chairman Canova that ,' nesday when plans to visit the the Northeast Florida Council courts and Improvements to existing I They then announced their intention -I Since three wheels had already father. Fred A. Scott and abrother
ncil might Hercules Power Co., operation I Wilbur A, Scott, both of
consider the which Includes Bradford and 11 ball diamonds. The foot of waiting until the Smith been stolen from the automobile
(further north of Starke had to be Starke.
following another other counties. It Is hoped that ball grid will be sodded. returned from the woods. In which the convict was sleeping.
meeting with the School because of bad weather. Bradford County will have a good The Coach said that when the About 6:30: o'clock Mr. Smith I Shield told him that he would Among those attending the services -
|o request that that, body | A !letter was read from District representation at the meeting 'work Is completed, a strong 12- and Harold returned to the house have to return to town and! get from out-of-town were FredA >

Its',appropriation.. Governor Fred M. Bultman expressing toot wire fence will enclose the on horseback. At the point of a another wheel before being able Scott Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. '

his appreciation for the Church"June school area west of the grade and gun they were forced to handover to tow It In. He promised to Scott Mr, and Mrs. J. T. QuIgley,

Jtion Bible School cordial welcome extended to him Baptist high school buildings. There will the keys to the car and then bring the convict some clothes Leonard and Edna Noegel, Mrs.

during his official visit last week Journeys with Jesus to be two tennis courts to the east were ordered Into the sedan upon his return. Cooper gave the Are Moltt and Mrs. L. A. Canova,

lion Bible School at the and complimenting the club on Jerusalem' Is the theme now be- of the football field, and basket- where they were covered by two mechanic a dollar and asked him all of Starke, L. J, Wynn and Mrs.

PPUrt Church Is well under Its progress. Letters were also ing carried out at the First Baptist ball courts to the southeast. A 'of the convicts while the third to bring him some food, since he'd Purvis Haseo of Hampton, Dr.

I what promises read from C.A.R.E. acknowledgingthe Church and this Sunday the hard ball diamond will be located I escapee drove the car west along had nothing to eat but blackber George F. Scott of Lakeland, Mrs.
to be
I neatest one club's donation of $13 for a second Journey In the life of the west of the gridiron. There are ; a graded road to its Junction with rice since his escape. Walter Glatzau of Deland fend

eld sessions In the food box for a war-stricken family Lord Jesus Christ will be discussed at present two soft ball fields, : Highway 13 at Joe's Grill. HeadIng Shields drove back to Boom- Mrs. Clyde Lemmon and Miss e

| at the church, In spite and from'Major Garland with the sermon topic being which are to be conditioned for north the prisoners drove be- town and notified Clay County Odelta Lemmon of Barbervllle.

mi weather As of Wed- Powell thanking the club for its "A High I. Q. Rating". use this summer and next winter. yond Lawtey where they turned ; Deputy C.' H. Harper who fur

[IllUming there is a faculty: investment of $100 In the Student At the 8 p. m. "Happy flour"the One, south of the hard-ball die from the highway onto a dirt : nished him with a gun, and an- Fire Department

Scbers Loan Fund. mond will serve for boys and road, ordered Smith and his son other mechanic, an em- \
1 with an enrollment topic discussed by the pastor young Has 8 Calls In ,MayThe
PPI1 Fred F. Stump, who headed "The Three Rs" and a that on the Immediate school from the car and tied them to ploye of Harpers garage, armed

raged| clone Dully attendance delegations appearing before the will be service will feature familiar grounds for the girls' physical trees In the edge of a cypress himself and returned to the scene City Fire Department closed

e Wednesday to 100. Ate School Board and the City Council song education program of next term. pond. with Shields, secluded In the rear I out the month of May last Friday

hool was 109. this week In the Interest of continued favorites. School meets at 9:4. to The latter will be used during the After consulting with Mr. Smith seat of the car. Deputy Harper with Its 7th and 8th call,

will continue through financial support of the Sunday subject "Working withChrist" summer for soft balL concerning the grade of oil to followed In another car neither of a serious nature. This

[*and those Interested In Bradford County Health Dept., study the. There are departmentsand Geiger said that keen Interest Is use In his car, and advising him When they returned to the first, reported at 2:35 p. m., start

I of are 'Invited to Join the reported on the results of ttysse} classes for all ages. being shown In the City's vacation that he would get It back In good abandoned automobile, the convict ed from .a trash basket In the

L the happy boys and girls meetings.Jos. 6:43 Training Unions meetto recreation program. and a nice condition, the convicts continued was still waiting and offered no Manassa Rooms A Apartment
Word of God At : Is expected next Monday. their flight north along Road 13. resistance when he that the ,
rt doing E. Wilson read an account the topic, "Christ turnout saw House on Temple avenue. Light
and enjoying refresh- at 'There Meanwhile, all those who would At Maxvllle they turned right on two men were armed.
'Ch of events now taking place All In Education" damage was caused to the floor
Nay from 8:30: to 11. the International Convention In Above Union for each age group. like to come out during the re- a dirt road to avoid capture by of a bedroom. The second, at 4:5O
I *ci Is a week and "throwthe officers who' were covering the
lty is comprised M Atlantic City, N. J., which, Is be- The "Sweetest Hour of UIWeek" mainder of this Manassa LeadingIn p. m., proved a routine grassfire -
are Invited. The route at the top of the Seaboard
ing attended by 16.000 Rotarians Is Wednesday at 8 p. m.-- ball around" assignment between Thomasand
.er Dept, world. C. A necessary equipment will be pro- overpass. Three hundred yards Bowling TourneyArt .
Mrs. Mary Law- from all parts of the song, praise, and Inspiration. the vehicle 10th streets.Of
from the highway
Orle said
Wiggins. J. Fred Guy welcome Is extended vided Geiger
H. Nasworthy ahd cordial the month's eight calls, the
friendly, bogged down In the mud near a Manassa, of Starke, was
? n. Mrs. Tom liarn'lalph are delegates from the Starke to all who worship. churchhouse, where the men left bowling "strictly on thIS beam"this most dangerous was stated to be

Alvarez Miss club and are now In Atlantic City. Marion J. Johnson the car and fled. They were cap- week In the Jacksonville that of a gas pump at the Register

0tSe, Mrs. Maxie Edward T. Shull. Scoutmasterof HufstetlerLasette Journal's $500 Florida Tenpin filling station, at Call and
Open -
Carter of Lasette J. Johnson 83, died tured later In the vicinity by
r Shaw Miss Wilma Troop 70. gave a fine report Marion guards. I tournament. The local the- Madison streets, on May 10th. The
home of his prison
the Troop Wednesday at the
progress being made In Hufstetler, twoweeksold He In the meanwhile, the Smiths atre man took and held the lead flames were quickly extinguished.
summer Ed- niece Mrs. W. L. Thlgpen.! *
Dept Mrs. u D. Haines and discussed plans for daughter of Mr. and Mrs. railroad worker and easily worked free of their over the field Monday with a

R La'vson, MfiP. J. Scout activities. Hufstetler, died Wednesday of was had a lived retired here for three years which had been loosely bondll'l score of 1,427 On Tuesday he Church Of ChristW.

L. H. Jennings Mrs. Tommy Haines, son of Rotarian fast .seek in the Alachua County from Waldo where he asked a nearby farmer to wa closely pressed by Lou Mur-
'''rn. several numbers in Gainesville. The child coming gel, who chalkeda mark of 1,127 Herron. minister will use
L. D. Haines, sang Hospital had lived for 45 years. He was them to Lawt 'y where they .
late Dept. and group singing of old, was born on May 16. of the Baptist Church. fled Deputy Cecil Whitehead who to replace Johnny Brunnock. who "Jesus Tarries" as his subject at
11. ClYde Priest Mrs B. favorites was led by Fletcher Bur- Other survivors beside the'par- a Services were held Thursday passe'd the word along to State had been Manassa's runner-up the 'the Church of Christ Sunday

"on. Mrs. O. nett. ents are a brother. Rex Lamoan.Ger- afternoon at the graveside In the Highway patrolmen. previous night with 1,109. morning at 11 a. m. The evenIng -

I. C. learn and two sisters Joan and with the Rev. L. Sleeping. In Car The statewide tourney, held /In topic at 7:45 will be "The Un- '
Powell to the Waldo Cemetery
lICIIooi Is principal Friends will be sorry takento aldine. Services were held at In charge and arrange Claude Cooper, serving a two- the Southslde Bowling Center of pardonable SID." A friendly wel-
In D.
kcretary With Miss Selela that J. 5k.THo.plUl/ in Jacksonville home Thursday and burial was dl- ments under the direction of IesV1tt year term from Pinellas County Jacksonville, saw Manassa In top come awaits everyone to worship
under the
*, and< and Maxie St' where. he 'Santa Fe Cemetery C. s. for /!I e lreenN- was_ form.. ,share,
Charles Monday night C. /on : capturedi
Mooney ." : 1.t'.cUocn; ,-peWitt:, /ones. ,.

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- ---- --- --- I e . . Mrs. C. M. Turney for a week before I and Mrs. L. W. Page and Wini:' day. I I ter, Mr. and Mrs U 'en
going to other points i In fred, Maggie and Viola Manning Miss Patricia Ann Hall of Friday. Ec

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH State Farm Florida to visit other relatives. attended church at Boatdralr Palatka and Miss Mary Lou Alvarez I Bishop Myrick ,'Jr Lake

Mrs. J. M. Hembree returned Tuesday night. of Vanderbilt were dinner I wai a dinner guest Ce
Established 1877 Uy Mrs. Bryan WMtfleld Tuesday from Wewahitchk Johnnie Gasque Is In the Veter- guests of Misses Gwendolyn and Rae and family of H. j It '

E. t. Matthew, Editor and Owner . . . where, with her brotherInlawand ing his brother-in-law and sister, Shirley McRae Sunday.N. I the weekend in recently "S'
In Orlando
J. L. Mr and Mrs. Tommie McClney
sister, Mr. and Mrs. 'he
COMMUNITY: CLUB MEETING A. Conner of Midway waa attended the graduation
Second CUM Matterat SHOWER Cooper of Gainesville, she spent Tampa. ( his son-in-law and daugh ''at the high exert
Published Weekly on Friday and Entered na STORK the week-end with their mother, Mr. and Mrs. Gardner of Jack- visiting school there.EARL' .
the Poet Office .t Starka. Florida._ Through a ruse, Mrs. Lynwood Mrs. J. F. Williams.Mr. onville were visiting Mrs. Mary
Watts, an Flrat V I c e-Presldent,, Thursday night.
and Mrs. J. C. Wallace and O'Grady
presided over the regular meetingof Mr.; and Mrs. Leon Fletcher and
IF POLIO STRIKES the Community Club which was their guest, Mlsa Onle Lee Dunn tin, daughter of Braston. Ga., were GARAGE]

What can we do to prevent infantile paralysis? followed Immediately by a stork went week-end.to Jacksonville Mr. during and Mrs,. visiting Mrs. Carrie Gasque Sunday -
Hhower given in her honor by past and her daughter remained I One-Half Mile South of Starke on Road 13
The answer is: Practically nothing! Mrs. L. F. Chapman, Mrs. J. G Wallace returned Sunday while. for a longer visit.
know Godwin, Mrs. P. D. Fancher and Mlaa Dunn remained until Tuesday Is In the Veterans All Kinds of Auto WorkALL
Very little is known about the disease. We Mrs. M. C. Roberts Tuesday afternoon when she came back to the< Johnle Gasque .
the cause-a virus;-but not the cure. We know that of last week. During the Farm with some of the relatives; Hospital In Lake City. WORKGUARANTEED USED
Rev. and Mrs. Cecil Williams 1
it is communicable that many persons may harboi business session plans were completed who were dinner guests of Mr Jacksonville AUTO PARTS DAY Servlo
I and children of were OR I
the virus without presenting any clinical symptoms of for the June visit of the and Mrs. Wallace at noon. of Mr. and NIGHT
Mrs. J. B. Tread well went to Sunday dinner guests
the disease. Club's protege, little Karen John-
Mrs. L. P. Rafuse.
Ca., Tuesday in an 1mprovlsed -
Certain precautions however, are recommended by; won Watts of Enterprise.the hostesses When Mrs In Atlanta' ambulance for a stay C. R. Whitehead has completed WE BUY SELL and TRADE USED CARSWiT. \

the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. charge gave of the social hour they with her son-in-law and daughter,I his two compartment block building
and one side is occupied by
Foundation continu held appropriate contest In Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Adams. Mrs.
,, If polio strikes the urges, an the Johnnie Casque's grocery and
with normal activities. Schools, theatres and other which Mrtt. H. M. Rlcharde was Treadwell was accompanied on market. Truby Wainwright is
Mrs. J. M. Bradley
Caldwell trip by
places of congregation can remain open at the discretion prize winner. to the honoree children, Jack Leslie and Caro-I planning to open a dry goods

of the health authorities, but unnecessary mingling presented lovely gifts. The Club 'lyn, who made a short visit to store in the other side.
with crowds should be avoided. many Room was made specially beauti- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cox in Ros- Mrs. A. L. Dryden of Jacksonville -
i I waa visiting her mother, Mrs. .
chilling for this party with earlysummer well. Ga.Richard.
Extreme fatigue, sudden and prolonged ful
Woodward In at home Perry Davis, and sister, Mra. C.
make the individual an easier victim. Swimming i in flowers. Refreshments I with his Mr. and Mrs. R. Crews Saturday night.
with individual parents
consisted of Ice cream
polluted waters and removal of tonsils during the epidemics white cakes whose decorations J. W. Woodward< having arrived Mrs. J. O.Raul e r son Is in
should be avoided. Flies and other insect I at Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville
his discharge
of pink and blue further Friday following SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET
should be kept away from food. Sanitation is a "must" emphasized the shower motif. Camp Bragg. N. C. 1 I where she is to undergo *n operation
Williams of Lulu was During the past week little Jack: this week: SEA TROUT PERCH BREAM
The first symptom' of poliomyelitis may be some Mrs. I. J. '
The Baptist Church is conductIng -
cold out-of-town guest at thin en- Wayne Bradley of Jacksonville RED BASS SHEEPSHEADALSO
minor discomfort: headache, unexplained fever a visited his paternal and maternal a revival this week and every-
even an upset stomach. If any of these appear, ;a joyable affair. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. one is cordially Invited to attend.

physician should be called immediately. Expert medical COCA-COLA PARTY Bradley and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. 55 . . Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry
care may prevent crippling deformities. Mrs. R. P. Stubbins and Mrs. Hundley, for several days while
J. R. Kite were co-hostesses at his parents Mr. and Mrs. Reese Pine Level
Above all the Foundation adds don't worry about the home of the former last Wednesday Bradley were on a fishing trip ata MAGNOLIA FISH MARKETCALL
Foundation chapters are pledged to see that
when they gavea
morning near-by lake. Mrs II. M. McRae
victim of infantile paralysis without and ny STREET .> PHONE 37 STARKE.
care FLA
no goes coca-cola party in complimentto Bouvier and
Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
. . .
for lack of regardless of houseguest
treatment funds
age race,, Miss Onle Lee Dunn their guest, young John Bouvier,
creed or color. of Mrs. J. C. Wallace. Exquisite lit, spent last week-end with Mr. Rev. W. E. Hall filled his reg-
specimens of gladioli and and Mrs. Cecil McRae in McIn- ular appointment at Pine Level
When be that the nearest
a case appears, sure
decorating and
in Church
hydrangea were used tosh. Returning with them for an Sunday morning
Foundation chapter is notified. the living and dining rooms extended stay were little Misses evening with large congregation.Mr. ONWAY'SService
.. where the party was held. Mrs. Patricia and Eleanor McRae. and Mrs. Hall left early this
"master of cere- week for Macon, Ga., where they
: Stubblna was Toni Randall of Jacksonville is C
Can Use More Pulpwood monies" in pre stinting an impromptu visiting her grandparents, Mr. were called by the Illness of their
M burlesque program choos and Mrs. J. O. Randall.TAWTEY". nephew, Leland Smith. Station
ing her talent from the guests Visiting In Palatka Friday and
WRITE TIMBER DKIT. present. Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow dinner guests there of Mr. and PHONE 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICEOil

Container Corp'n. of America. Fernandlna. Fla. won the prize In a game of bingo.At Mrs. William Guy Hall were his
the conclusion of this game mother, Mrs. W. E. Hall, and Mrs.
the hostesses served open-faced By Mrs. Mamie Crews Robert E. Taylor and Mr. and Changing
. . .
sandwiches with coca colas. To . Mrs. H. M. McRae. They were Greasing
When Your Tires Are Slick Time to Recap! their honoree they gave sachet accompanied home by Misses Patricia -
and Mrs. Horace
Mr. Taylor announce -
as a memento of the occasion. Ann and Virginia Ann Hall. Waxing
the birth of daughter on
I RECAPPING a Misses Betty Sue and Jackie
AND VULCANIZING BRIDGE curBIEETING: Monday May 27. I Phillips of Jacksonville spent the Washing
ALL SIZE TIRES Thursday afternoon at the homeof Mrs. Carrie Gasque has returned I weekend with their grandparents, j Polishing
I ,/ Mr. and Mrs. L>, F. Chapman, from a two weeks visit with her
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Phillips and "
children in and Wlldwood. Tire Repairs
entertained Tampa
/ Mrs. Fielding Chapman attended church here Sunday.Mr. ..
the State Farm Bridge Club. Mr. and Mrs H. C. Kelly and
CJ/ and Mrs B. M. McRae and
i 21-HOUR SERVICE The tables were placed in the living ions, David and Wendell, were In Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick were ELECTRIC ARC WELDINAMOCO
; BEST MATERIALS room with Its attractiveness JAcksonville Wednesday. business visitors to Palatka Mon-
''" I GRADE "A" RUBBER enhanced by lovely arrangements Mrs. Mary O'Grady and son,
I of summer flowers. The Con- Mathew, were visiting Mr. O'- GAS
I !l. I Workmanship GuaranteedCIiONE tract players were ,joined for Grady in the Veteran's HospitalIn ONE HOUR

I 79 i t "Bingo" by Mrs. R. P. McLendon, Lake City over the weekend. EXPERT OIL & GREASE ,
Mra. J. A. Bouvier Miss Onle Lee Mrs. C. R. Crews and daughter,
Dunn, Mrs. Martin Griner, Jr., Vera, Mrs: L. P.V Rafuse and
STARKE TIRE SERVICEAdjoining Mrs. George Manassa Mra. L. A. daughters,Loca and Jo Ann, Mr. RADIO Quaker State ,

Shepherd and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell.On Oil
this occasion Mrs. Dennis

Temple Garage Temple Ave. Fancher held top score in bridge,' GET THE SERVICE Sealed Containers
and received a vase, Mrs. J. R. SPEEDY SURf
Kite won cards for second high ,
score, Mrs. M. E. Griner, Sr., received REUEF FOR AC/f RIDE
iced tea glasses In club FLORIDAGREYHOUND
Free Flight Instruction "bingo" and Mrs. George Man- INDIGESTIONCarpenter's Chas. C.SHEPHERD. BATTERIESTake

1 axaa won stationery In guest
(SOLO) "Bingo". To Mrs. McLendon LINES Inc.
Miss Dunn and Mrs. Griner, Jr.,I It I BUSSESFor

With Each Purchase of a Mrs. Chapman presented novelty i. 1 t at Safety 4 r1wM,1
of linen. Refreshments were
gifts '
ice cream and cake with coffee. t.

New Piper CubDown MORNING PARTY STATION Phone 147_ Care Of It

Mrs. Martin Grlner, Jr., was Drug Store
honor guest Saturday morning at
( Payment $665)) a party given by Mrs. W. N.

rr, r North and Mrs. J. M. Hembree at
the home of the latter. Handsome

Select The Leader. zinnias hydrangea were used and to advantage gladioli and In Come and get it. Have a Coca-Cola ,

World's Safest TrainerSee decorating-the living room wherean
intimate coterie of friends '
., .c
rr r gathered for an hour of chatting.To .

The New Cub Now On Display sented Mrs.stationery.Griner the hostesses Plates were pre

made colorful with openface sandwiches
CONWAY' AIRPARKCONWAY I and dainty cheese apples
that were served with potato chips
and coca colas and the service
LIBIIY trays, centered with grapefruit
holding relishes and colored'tooth "
picks, were decorative In themselves -
\ a
$ I .r
Mrs. L. F. Chapman Is visiting
Major and Mrs. Robert S. Chap
man In Greensboro. N. C.
FARMER'S Mr. and Mrs. Newton V. Turney
and little daughters, Patsy and I
Diana Jean, of Hartford. Conn., I ii i

CORNER 10TH & CHERRY STREETS arrived Saturday to visit Mr. and '*, _
_, I II

rub Ta .
'7NN .wa
Complete Line of Stock l w
Remedies ( i -.m.. ;::

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Thick Butt I fw 11;""; ,a r
Shingles &( ut ''Il w 'oav

901b. Roofing in Black, Red, Green

Also 65 Ib. Roofing Limited Supply I4k1L ,, ,, ,e

Lard Cans Fruit Jars Garbage Cans "TAe O"tAet' Vallow A *

Padlocks Hoes Rakes Kitchen Knives Can't afford an accident

and Hammers either. Automobile Lia all 5'Fun's
refreshing as outdoors -

.rr I '6 r I bility protects

Nice Sturdy Double Lawn Swingsand YOU in case of an accident a-coo1in., folks! There's nothing like the friendly clink of frosty

Baby Strollers for the Kiddies bottles of Coke to bring on the picnic spirit. Yes, whether backyard

Charley E. Johns barbecue or banquet, the pause that refreshes with ice-cold CocaColais

Ballard & Ballard AgencyPhone a sure way to start a party. perking-and start everybody off on

13 STAUKE. FlA. the friendly side.

FEEDS j Cocs Cola'end its bbrtvt w:
COMPANY IT e'en the rtgtmmmmnt
_. ..., STARKE COCA-COLA whkh datmguiih Oa
,. '' --- .. R.nr..nnee! THIE TRAVELERS.HarlforJ CO. lurt of Tht Oxa-CoU C



E 7, 1848
. I night. A large . _. .. --
crowd attended S . .
vlted Into
and enjoyed the games and fun. the dining room wherea Icy Carnell, Ormond last Fri and has prepared a special program presented.
Refreshments of coca-cola cakes HamptonBy large candle-lit cake centered ,' day. "Adam, the Devil anti Gardenof
the table and
!Theressan and cookies were served. by the"Happy Birthday"was Sunday, June 0, at 11 a. m. Father's Day, June 16 will be f Eden" will be the morning subject -

.Jaynes. . Mrs. J. P. Dickinson was a Mrs M. C. Sweeney shots sung of the party guests.guests Snap-the ':'the Union Revival will start Its given special emphasis with a for this Sunday, June 9, at
I business visitor in e . . on 15-day meeting at the Methodist I
Jacksonville . lawn were taken by Mrs. Chaa pertinent sermon by the pastor. 11 a. m. A seat la reserved! for
J S. Swindell and Wednesday. BIRTHDAY PARTY taln. Church. The Rev. Elmer Piper on the subject, "Modern Father."
r.and Mrs I I Willis Swindell will preach and Rev. Durwood I I each Interested person and you
McGee were visiting in Lakes ville Friday. was In Jackson- Mrs. Carlton Chastain enter- She was assisted in serving by McDonald of Gainesville will be A. musical. program will also be are welcome to attend.
tained on Wednesday her sister Miss Selma -- --- -
Tuesday Mrs. Elmer afternoon of Sapp, of I the pianist. Come out each even-
f .. E. Triest honored her arrived Powell of Miami last week with a delightful chil Starke and by Miss Norma Ing for a spiritual life
1:to delightful sur- Saturday for a few days dren's Sweeney. Mrs. J. s /
party S.
Flnest, with a with her sister honoring her daugh Sapp and Miss Shirley Dennison arrived e t
birthday party Thursday ley and family., Mrs. B. S. Sib- ter Suella, who was four years Mrs P. D. Reddish of Starke and home Friday from"Mayport where s
old\ that day. Lawn Mrs. Hazel Perry r
were also '
games were guests she had ,
Mr and Mrs. J. C. Cochrane spent a month with her
left enjoyed before the many attrac- The following little ones enjoyed aunt. Mrs. George Rahme. Frankie :1.
Saturday for 5
a visit with tfVe
iPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION in Atlanta, Ga. relatives gifts were opened by the this hospitality; Glenn, Michael, Jean and Gary Rahme accompanied EVERYBODY:
Mr. Cocb-
rane returned young honoree and her mother. Rudolph and John Arthur Reddish her home and will visit their ENJOYS EATING
Cochrane remained Monday for a and check-up Mrs. The little folks were then In-I of Starke, cousins of Suella, grandmother, Mrs. J. F. Johnson. AT

at a hospital there. wishes to Mrs. Rachel (Sasser) Betty and Louise Weest Ruth and Charles Dees of West Lake
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Williamson Thomas on her recent marriage. Carolyn Perry, Dudley and Dolores Wales Is visiting relatives here The
and daughter, Linda, and Mrs. Rev Squires filled his regular Hardy, J. C. Warren, Brenda'! Sue this week. '
Connie Sweeney, Sue Mr. and Mrs.
R. M. Hersey were Avery C. Dennison -
visiting in appointment at the Baptist Church
Jacksonville Sunday. Sunday. Morris, Howell Williams, W. H. of Starke visited<< Carl and
Johns and Frances Campbell. Shirley Dennison .
Sgt. Merle Packham received recently.
his discharge in Augusta, Ga.,J I week Larry with Swindell his Is friend spending, Wesley this Recent guests of Mrs. Woodrow Dennison, before her marriage on Delicious Regular Meals

last week and with Mrs Packham Webb In Lake Geneva. Hicks were Mrs. Juanita Hankins of May Starke.23, was Miss Daisy Ollllard Healthful Vegetable Plates
and their son are back here to Don't and her brother, L. R. Kalch: Jr..
I make their home. forget church services at of Jacksonville. Helen Jean and Doris Parkerof Short Orders
Mrs. C. Sullivan the Christian Church Wednesday Gainesville were guests (this
is very ill at night prayer meeting and at the Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hall, who week of*their .,. .. .. .
this time. grandparents, Mr. HrlMHIIUUIflllHIlUU I '' '' '' "inn1"'ilililllllllOII'if.' l' 'I ''' '"I 'iHTiltoMl" '"J ":;;'JiWi 'fc"i" ulsuiilYWnlnIIlYII1MNIIRIWM"' "" '' MINNMIIM14nnnllMlnlWlilMllll'' '''''''''
Friends Baptist Church Sunday School at have spent some time in Jack- and Mrs. John H. Pinker
here send their best 11 a. m. and BTU at 8 p. m. sonville, returned to their home Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux
\ Preaching services at the Chris I here this week have aa their guests, Mr. Lamor-

FLORIDA!LIVRATONE lan Church Sunday night, also. Mrs. Anq R. Guy is spendingthis eaux' sister, Mrs. Ben Roosevelt 1.45
week In Daytona Beach anti
PHARMACISTPhone daughter, Shirley of Tampa.
s .. .. .. J
18 A MILD. trrtenvELAXATIVE -' where
she is
I I!I' : -J.JE.: ; a delegate to the Emory Priest o f Green Cove
Methodist Church Conference.Mr. Springs visited here this week
| 6.& STARKE DESIGNED TO PROMOTE and Mrs. Jim Wheat otA Mrs. G. W. HInson, Mm. Willie fflhfffij
n-the-Ninit Service ''- VIGOROUS HEALTH ORANGEJUICE make their home here. They I were visiting\ Mr. and Mrs. Bert
'have an apartment at the home Hinson and family Sunday. On Perfection & Nesco
of Mr. and Mrs II. D. May. Miss Madgo Gay of Jacksonville -
L. J. Wynn attended the funeral visited her parents, Mr. and Oil Cook Stoves

I I t I IIT Fresh Daily! services of his niece. Mrs. Stan- Mrs.Sunday.O. D. Gay Saturday and

I Mrs. Bertha Saxon and! Edward
10 1-2 oz. cup .10 Saxon left Monday (10 visit relatives AX HANDLES NO-MORE-MOTH

Pints __ __ .20 In West Lake Wales I
8I S JCA '
Quarts ._ ____ __ .3;) Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins 50c & 75c 85c pint
Gallon __ __ u_____ 1.25 had the following guests. Sunday:
'I I1 !! Mrs. Mattie Thompson and Arthur

Powers! Jr., of Macclenny, Mr. i Padded Ironing Boards

rd WE HAVE ADDEDA and Mrs. Charles Milton and : Stand-up Type 3.00
lighten, Vicky and Shlrlene, 1
Mr. and Mrs. Bob McCormick and,
Rr daughter, Patricia, and Mr. and "" .. .. FOSTER'S ASrilAI/r FINERHOOF ;
Mrs. L. Wiggins and daughter COATING:
Mal( )'ie, of Jacksonville and Mr.
5 Gallons: $2.1.5;
I and, Mra. Orle Wiggins and children 1
& MEATS Peggy Anne, Bobby, Jimmy I!f ,: FOSTER'S ItOOF CEMENT
and Gone of Stuihe. ...a ..
,, wrnwwt 50 lb. Can 92.85
d I Ole\ Ponrce has been NPilouHly, .
: ill at his!! home here and| Joe Wiggins
SUNSHINE has also been on the sick

o.lt"5 wr+R ''r list during the past week. BRADFORD HARDWARE CO.IWUUIWIIIIIIIItHillUllllI
UJJ i Sincere sympathy of the communlty .
Is extended. to the Baptist
JUICES ,, ,,, ,,, .' : ... ,
I I pastor W. A. Scott of Stark", on / """ nil' n UI' u i I iuluu''IN'uAdunY! $INpwJdpIIMIIIuIWInYNn45IMnMWIiMIli5NMWnINMIIlll1;;
\ the recent death of hIs sister, -
OflY10tUSEIfOO SSsasSSsKJS INl i 1 Mrs. Stanley Carnell of Ormond. .
gela.t.ine & GROCERIES
lilts I
wt | Presbyterian Church 9 EARN
703 Temple Ave. \
Activities are growing In Interest

drssSSte.; : ", Just Beyond Bus! Station ARSCAPS Church at and the at, First last Sunday Presbyterian morning's :., .... TO Fly !

LIDS service, the crowd
'' largest ""
--choppelt: tast. rollL with. d Peas- A RUBBERS was present since the arrival of 'r *. .SIP**f .
to ; top Grady Rldgeway Marvin Ware
under the .
slng cheese'wafers the Dr. Frank J.
dte sully lettucServe \ serve with Owners And follow instruction Inid supply pastor v'
on crisp tosos and >>:&:&1t. liryHon. \
with radish of JAX Pull Blue Book To net your copy
garnish", cold glaSSeS "..A't l's Do Your Squeezing" Next Sunday, Mia. Jeanette
ing and tall, tci- wad lUc with your nama and ilJreiu !<>- G. I. BILL OF RIGHTS
. Young, Sunday School Superintendent
DW .
Serves 6.S. Coopet .. -.. ,. will observe Childien'a Day .'

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I* .cmcrrr cotfnr.COUNTY DRADFORD Court
111ISOCIETY CLu"BS- Recent BrideHonored Birthday Party Rehearsal Party CEItY. )FLOKIUAl' IN CHAN.r I Telegr......k. phorhall and 'aoee I\'bfftl IIradrn

and At ShowerA For Kathy StruthMrs. Mr .j ,nd MrrA.. G. Ludwig of rte Albert lertru K. Wood Wood.Plaintiff Defendant.v. .".Case Car-. J". next soour H eekjylr ,

Gainesville entertained membersof No. 4830. at Starket .."hand. ,na"o
at Elmo Struth entertained ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND 11148. rlda
lovely shower wa given the Deas-Hayes wedding party NOTICE TO APPEAR lhh
Miss Bettie Hayes Ladies Auxiliary the home of Mrs E. A. Edwards at her.home on Madison St. Mon- with a dinner at the Avery Inn STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Carrie A.OFFICIAL Clerk ot SEAL

Weds John Hall DeasIn Meets In CenterThe last Friday afternoon from 3 to 5 day afternoon- h8l10rlng the third following their rehearsal Thurs Oertrue trucks. Trailer Wood,Camp.whuaa Oranby address and!. I T.Fly Frank Lucille e 'aid Conn.r:our,1 D,

o'clock In honor of Mrs. Robert birthday anniversary of her day night of last week. Maple Street, Norfolk, Virginia. Arty fur Pit Landr"1T" 8lir
Church CeremonyMiss Ladles Auxiliary of the Edwards, the former Miss Judy You are required to appear on ..
daughter Kathy. Bowls of gardenias and Queen July 8th, 1948, In the above named
or Presbyterian Church held ita reg- Cohen of Brooklyn, New York Games and contests were en- Anne's lace were placed 'at Intervals Court and cause, wherein plaintiff IN Cot"In'\I'r r',".,1'1' C'OI R'I'' .
Bettte Hayes, daughter ular In the service center Mra. Edwards seek divorce. Bradford County 'LOIUII'I Ih
meeting: Hostesses were! Guy of along the table which was shall CER".
or joyed and favors gardening Telegraph publlnh thin Order
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes Monday night. ,Mrs. Mattle Mrs. Riley. Wasdin and I covered with an imported lace In next four weekly iMstieH.. Kathryn V ftsfh.rt .
the Thomas
to Pie
Starke became the bride of John Gahagan, leader, presided over a Mrs Earl Edwards.The seta were given young cloth. Fostoria crystal added to Witness my hand and official' neal No. 4H28.1tarr.rl. tI.rend.
Hall Deal son of Mr. and Mrs. discussionwas guests. The beautifully decorated at Starke, Florida! thin iJune' 5th,
business ORDER
session and
a participated In sev- of- the setting and a 1946 OF
J. H. Deas of Jennings, In an impressive held about the which guests birthday eake was Iced In white the beauty OFFICIAL SEAL A.'J..Tllomae AND NOTICE PUBLICA TO
In program interesting games, and prizes tiny bridal couple centered the A. Clerk of said AP
ceremony performed and with three pink Court. Thomas J '
of the topped Rntfrr ([)
the churches
Episcopal were a w a rded to Mrs R. L. table. Places were laid for 20 Ity Lucille C. Conner, D. C. u811D
the First Baptist Church Friday world are sponsoring to help rebuild Thomas, Mrs. Tillman Hutto, Mrs candles. T. Frank Landrum Stark: Fla. I residence II'n., A. and Adelr"..Ie\
the Rev. guests. F. T,
7 o'clock Atty. for PIG
evening at by I e-7 4t .-28 I'
the Filipino churches and Ice cream and / Grounds rdJu
Richard Ellington and Mrs. L. R. Refreshments of I lid,
L. D. Haines pastor school as a monument to the Edwards, Jr.Refreshments. cake were served to the following IV! CIRCUIT COURT.' BRADFORD I 'yo 8th are, r..qulr'd to .
The church was beautifully deco- men who gave their lives In the Miss .Grace Sauley of. Barns- COtlNTY. FLORIDA CHAN. ''Cou..t and 19t6. In Ih. abo
children Robert Kldd Patty
of cake dec- : :. cause,
rated with baskets of white gladioli second World War. cup well Ga., was a guest last week VERY aeeka divorce a wh.n. :
orated with sweetpeas, and cokes Hill, Mary Katherine and Betty Catherine da Solmlnlhac, Plaintiff. tr01 .ot : 'Ultody
,segersee and giant white Shasta Mrs. Gahagan, as. hostess,.sery- were served to the guests by Mrs. Lou WainwrIght Arthur Holiday of Mr and Mrs. Van,.H.. pa den. ; v*. Alalnc.de; ''Solmlnlhac.' Defendant... County Telegraph minor child
The Case wo. 4SZ9. 'hall
daisies placed to advantage. ed delicious open-fated sandwicheswith Order In neat pt
Raymond Bell and Misses Ruth Buddy Baker, Barbara Biggs I ORDER OF 'PUBLJCATIOM four w"kl 1
before a ,
ceremony was performed cokes to the guests.- IN CIHCVIT my hand
background arrangement of' palms I and'Mildred Edwards. Mary Agne1! Matthews, Brenda COUNTY. FL.OKIOAI. BRAD. .; STATE ANO NOTICE OP FLORIDA TO' ,APPEAR 10: Alain seat 6th, .at 1946.Starke, Floridtl. I

and evergreens and myriad white pink aster corsage. Lovely gifts which were greatly Lewis, and Sandra Lou Jones, and CKHV.ParniuK.il StfHSZullo, Plaintiff. VII.! da address Solmlnlhac, whoie reiildence and (OFFICIAL SEAL
tapers shed a lovely. glow over the The bride Is a graduate of BHS appreciated were received from to Mrs. A. I* Holiday, Mrs. R. O.Kldd. Jlovunna Hranchlilo Btranullo. Paris (18 In eme 83 )bin France.rue Doudeauvllle A. Clerk ot "aid Court A J.
setting In the class of 1948. Mr. Deas Mrs. T C. Edwards, Mrs. Elma Jr., Mrs. C. L. Hill Mrs J. Defendant Cane No. "27. Julyu8th required to appear on lIy T Frank Lucille f.and C, Connor [p)
Miss Hayes had as her matrob- graduated from Jennings High Woodward, Mrs. Mallory Thomas, A. Lewis, Mrs E. L. Matthews NOTICE TO APPEAR 1946n the above named Atty for Pit I.
of-honor, Mrs. Harold Parady of School and attended the Univer- : Mra. George Anderson, Mrs. Edna Mrs. J. R Wainwright and Mrs. STATE OF FLORIDA tot Jlov- ------------------ h

Pensacola, who wore a yellow net sity of Florida. He served as ateacher Wainwright Mrs. Evelyn Wise, E. L. Biggs'Mrs. George Robertsof ann.residence Hranchl and addrexa Straasullo'whose In: FoegJa De
gown over taffeta and a corsageof and assistant coach at Mrs Mary Lawson, Mrs. Guy Ed- Lawtey and Mrs. Vernon Sil- Cairo Imanta Porta Cran Napoli. .
orchid gladioli. Bridesmaid BHS and Is now located in Pensa- wards, Mrs. John Til lakes, Mrs. cox: assisted In serving! and entertaining -'. Italy. SOFA' BEDS
cola as district forth You are required to appear on
were Miss Ernestine Moore of Auto representative Accessories Company Lacy Silcox, Mrs. Vergie Flynn, the guests.)3irthday July 8th, 1946, In the above named .....
Lawtey, who wore a blue net Boyer ,. Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Mra. Annie Court and cause, wherein plaintiff SpringConstructed

gown over taffeta with a carnage Itrrrptlon I* Held Crawford Mrs. Grace Lavlng- \ Party Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this County OrderIn :
of peach gladioli, and Mrs. Cleatus houze, Mra. L. R. Edwards, Jr., next four weekly' IKHUCH.WltnenH Make Double Bed
Ward of Lake Butler, cousin of Immediately following the cere- For SeymourMr. my hand and official neat
Mrs. E. A. Edwards, Mrs. Clrterlle Doug
mony, a reception was held In at Starke, Florida, thin June 6th,
In net over
the bride yellow 1946. 79.50
Powell, Mrs. Arch Mrs
with an orchid gladioli cor- the home of the bride's parents Ellington and Mrs. J. D. Seymour entertained (OFFIdlAL SEAL) A..T. Thomas,
on Madison St. Rosa Carter, Mrs. R. L. Thomas, A.* Clerk of said Court
: at their home Tuesday By Lucille C. Conner, D. C.
Mrs. Ollie Ellington Mrs. Irene
aaee.William Eno Hayes brother of The home was beautifully dec- afternoon In honor of the fourth T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida
orated with white gladioli and Hutto, Mrs Lula Edwards, Mrs their Atty. fur. fit. 6-7 4t 6.28 '
of ,
bride served best man and birthday anniversary son Colorful Beach
the as Ch
white asters in profusion. The Raymond.Bell, Mrs. Riley Wasdin .
and Harold Douglas.
Dees of Jennings
Parks lovely three-tiered wedding cake and Mrs. Jerry Chrlstodoulou.
of Pensacola- were The beautifully decorated birth- 3.95
Paraday and 6.95IOccasional
centered the lace covered bride'stable t
ushers. day cake was Iced In pastel colors l ll
and was surrounded with an Miss
Mrs. E. L. Biggs, organist, played arrangement of white asters Mary and topped with four pink
the traditional wedding Honoree At ShowerMrs. candles. The approximately 20
Mrs. Dendy served at the punchbowl ,
marches and also played "To A during the evening and Mrs. young guests sang "Happy Birth- ChheroDou61e
Wild Rose" during the ceremony. C. A. Knight assisted with the I J. P. Roberts of Brookerand day" to Douglas and several
Street Dendy of Gainesville, uncleof serving. Mrs. C. B. Roberts of Graham games and contests were enjoyed. e. J

the bride, sang "Because"( and After a short time with their entertained with a miscellaneous Favors of party baskets filled f,,

"Always." I' guests, Mr and Mrs. Deal left shower in the Graham Baptist with' gum drops were given.

Miss Hayes chose for her wed- 10r a wedding trip to Miami' and Church last Friday afternoon hon- Mrs. Seymour was assisted In

ding a lovely white marquisette upon their return will make their oring Miss Mary Ellen Wasdin, entertaining and serving the chil
gown with long fitted sleeves and home in Penwacola. whose marriage to A.T.. An- dren by her mother, Mrs. Nat Wil \ d7

rows of minute stitching formed Mrs. Deas traveled In a navy drews was an event of Thursday liams.
the skirt which terminated in a blue crepe suit with white acces- night. .

short train. Her finger-tip veil sories with which she wore a Tall floor baskets and vases of i Anderson-Lappe Rockers 12.50 2\\
Expert Bicycle to
of sheerest Illusion fell from a white orchid. : assorted summer flowers were '
tiara of need pearls and she worea Out-of-town guests were Dr J. I placed about the room where the Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Lappe Repair
single strand of pearls as her W. Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. William guests were entertained. Prizesin anounce the marriage of their --- __ h

only ornament. She carried a Edwards Mr. and Mrs. K. W. contests were awarded to Mrs. daughter, Dorothy, to Joseph Lyle Whether it's a major operation -

double ring bouquet of white or- Hayes. Jr.. Miss Mary Hastingsand Trlest of Waldo and to Mrs. T. L. Anderson, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.J. or the mere tightening of
chids and double and single tube Mr. and Mrs Bob Jones of Casey. L. Anderson. The ceremonywas a bolt; you can be sure your C. H: Driggers Furniture Co

roses. I Facksonvllle, Mr. and Mrs. JamesA. performed Saturday, May 25 bicycle will receive prompt and
those Mrs.
Mrs. Hayes, mother of tho bride, Tucker Mr. and Mrs A. G. Among present were In Valdosta, Ga. careful attention here.
silk with Berry Dyal, Mrs Carl Broughton, Mrs. Anderson Is rela- -- -- - -- --- -
wore a pink crepe gown Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. Street visiting -
Mrs. J. B.
Strickland of
navy accessories and a corsage Dendy, Mr. and Mrs M. S. Hayes ville Miss Gaines- tives In Jacksonville at the pres- BIGGS & BAKER
Thomas Mrs
Myrtle ,
of lavender and pink asters and daughter Wllda, and' Mr. and ent time as Mr. Anderson left
Mrs. Deal, mother of the bride. Mrs. W. H. Hayea of Gainesville, Tried of Waldo Mrs. F. T. ,Abernathy Wednesday May 29, for two years ,BICYCLE STORE -

groom, wore a black silk crepe Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hayes and Mrs. H. M. Waadln, Mrs Naval service. He Is tajtlng
gown with pink accessories and a ''Mr. and .-Mrs. Cleatul Ward 'of Kate Starling, Mrs. Leo Dyal, "boot" training at Great Lakes 213 E. Call St. Starke

Lake Butler Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Mrs. C. J. Frazier Mra. Chesley: 111.

Ickenbacker of Bronson, Miss Fogg and Mrs! Nate'Dyal.Refrelhments .

I Lou Edwards of Lawtey. Mr. and' ot' sandwiches,
FATHER'S ,. Mrs. Harold Paraday sand, W. O.' cookies"and laed tqayvere) served SERVICE "AS YOU LIKE IT" \ a 'a }\'

Paraday of, >enllacol and Mr. and'I'' and Miss Wasdlu o .,n'dher, many BRADFORD BARBER SHOP 'J7C
Mrs. Park Deea of, Jennings useful "gifts.Monteith ." j .

DAYSunday n ___n Court 'St.. We Appreciate". Your Business tl1J'p

W.*_J. Prather R. L. Morgan

June 16th *' Y1p4"


Watch Bracelets .I

Watch Chains I I There',nothing' like a ,beauty and Lou. Struth, who ,. TO THE PEOPLE .
contest'to 'draw, the crowd, and hobbled In on crutches Jack
I the Woman's Club was certainly an' Lucille Freeman seemed to ..
Cuff Links jacked last Friday' night when be having a very good time, as OF DISTRICT NO. TWO

Martell Edmondaon won the hon were Edith an' Leslie Biggs, homeon
Collar & Tie Seta or of representing the Starke leave John Arthur Torode .
Chamber'of Commerce in the and Sara Poythress (both still I wish to express at this!! time my sincere .

Wallets'America's racksonvllle Beach "June Moon" working for' Eastern Air Lines) appreciation to the voters of District No. Two teea4 "4
festival .
next week ,
Certainly: Bobby Biggs, also on leave, ..
didn't envy the task of those and Garland Godwin recently for their fine vole and support given me in
judges who had to choose from
a back from ,the Pacific looking so
field that Included Wanda Pearce, good that you might think Iwo the Second Primary on May 28;
Kitty Judd, Myrtle Thomas, June r
Jlma waa a health resort f
Patel and Margaret Montelth Also: Jim Ritch Merrill I
SmartestBULOVA Martell (on the brunett side) Martha an*- Earl Johnson McMillan, an' I aJsh wish Mr. E. L. Crawford, the reflected --
was truly dazzling in a white eyelet -
scads of others'. '
blouse'with a' peplum and a County Commissioner of District Two, a most I .

slim skirt of black Wanda .
Just found out that\Ethel Biggs successful 4 year term.
A placed second and wore a white
dress with cap sleeves ,. ", gave a luncheon at the Roosevelt I '
Hotel in Jacksonville on May 18, I
In honor of sweet girl ,raduateMari'aret. Again thanking you,
Thin & '
gala was Comer Per- I enennmimrsisneinorommeois.msonnonrsisununnnsnimnnespsnninu' '''''''''''' '' '' ''' ''' '''' '"'msssnnounsim' '''' '' '''''' '''''
1 ryman's first public appearancesince Monteith ; Other
his guests Included Dottie Sue Biggs, .
recent discharge .
Others noted In the throng were Hazel Fields Evelyn Newsome, S. G. DENMARK
and Katty Monteith Hear
Charley an' Ted Johns, Candy an'
Vtyrtlce Dennis, Martha Smith, bride-elect Mary Ellen Wasdin received ...
Paul an' Gladys Canova, Bill an' two beautiful vases as a

Alyce Graham, Red an' Katty gift from the courthouse gang. f
Nina Bishop, Bobby Cameron,
Freddie Wimberly and Dot an'
Bill Powell weekended at the

Bishop cottage on Kingsley BLUE TAVERNUNDER
By the way Nina's, Freddie' an' 1

II Dot's new hairdo, with the top cut / .
about three-fourths. of an Inch

long, really look cute NEW MANAGEMENT h
.. JUNE, 16thPlease t

Glad to see Huldah (Corpenlng)

Morgan In town from Las Vegas, Will Open Saturday June 8 ..
Dad Car pen
but sorry to learn that she's here With A Gift From
The Ideal .
because of the serious Illness of

her .mother Mrs. T. A. Brtnson
GIFT for DADOn Lyle Anderson, now in his
first week of boot training at

Father's Day Great Lakes, writes that he entered OPEN FR.OM;; 5 A. M. TIL 12 P. M.r r WE SUGGEST:

rncis INCIUDIHDIRAl a pie eating contest tother I .
TA1tGem YOUR day and has already gained eight BILL,FOLDS-SHAVING SETS

pound Don't .know"whether Serving 3 Wholesome: Meals Daily SHAVING LOTIONS .

.PORTRAITGreeting the two Item have Cny; relation *
to each other or not His PIPES CIGARETTE LIGHTERS
Cards address Is Jos. L. Anderson, Jr.,! .

Photo Supplies Lakes IlL Hear that Henry Fast
StationeryHollywood Manassa received a check this -

week as one of the winners In TRAVELING STATIONERY
the American
Bowling Congress Pleasant SurroundingsDrive
recently held In Buffalo N. Y.

Not bad, considering there

Camera were 43.000 contestant! T. In For Prompt Curb Service
and K. an' Wilma McClane an' sons
CtI IDFr.4-I-tI'
JewelryStarke are occupying the Bums cottageon ?

Kingsley .

Gift Shop tV .. "Your REXALL 'Drug Storf
Fla. I Seems be al for now .

I Call Street at Railroad So long see.. you"In j be next. E. A. ERB Manager Phone 64 Starke, Flaawww .

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af LOCAL NEWS Mm. Miriam Klckllter and John Arthur Torode and Miss - - ;
I IfI' daughters, Misses Dorothy Claire I Sara Poythress of Jacksonville 1 1"A: i--_ _"_ u ___ _.
and Sammie Klckllter, spent several spent the weekend with Mrs.I I
Dobbs of Lawteyd Mrs. S. S. Dowling and brother, days last week In Miami and i Pauline Torode.

Mlle Ernest I,H. H. Stroman are now living In on Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump and

d"ff&fSi Dobbs, the new home recently purchasedat Mr. and Mrs. 3. E. Miller and Misses Evelyn and Lillian Slump

SSZ over the weekend. 821 Lynton St.., Jacksonville 6. son, Jack of Denver came Satur- visited their daughter and sister
she motored to his.Wakufa Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson a. Lee day to visit Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Mrs. W. H. Thomson and familyat
.' there Springs and other I are also living with Mrs. Dowling Shepherd. Lloyd over the weekend. FREE!

places and enjoyed aj I and brother. The many friends Mt1. and 'Mrs. Warren Perkins Miss Sylvia Morse returned GRITS

|Mtln/ftt Mark's. She was1IIpanl here of Mrs. Dowllng and family left Wednesday for Hot Springs, Sunday from Stetson University in
la"" d! L by Mr. and Mrs. I regret very much losing them as Ark. While there Mr. Perkins Deland for the summer vacation ,
Starke citizens.
Mr and Mrs. Hewitt will take a course of the mineral with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. '
and Ernestine MIAs Mr. and-Mrs. George E. Miller baths. W. R. Morse, who went after her.

daughter Hewitt returned With and 'son, Jack, of Denver, Colo., Mrs. Jack Freeman returned Mrs J. R. Jones of High

fe several weeks visit are guests of Mrs. Miller's par Wednesday of lat week from a Springs was a guest Sunday of
for ents, Mr. and Mrs. I. p. Shepherd month's visit with her mother and Mrs. W. B. Alexander.
1 relatives! here One lb. With
relatives In Commerce Package
and W", J. Okla. I SPECIAL: Guaranteed permanent -
I Rev. Mr. JHE.....LA. Mr,, and Mrs. L,. M. DeSha and Friends will be glad to know wave 95 at Leila's Beauty
hw.n. Ann R.. Guy of daughter, Marjorie, of Wild wood .'that Nelson Moore, aviation ord. Salon.
and, Tuesday to attend were weekend guests'Ot! 'Mrs. Mf. 'nanceman 2-c i Is serving with the '
pton left Church 'Conference H. Struth and Miss Kate Struth. ,tfavy Air Groups of'Joint Army- .

ebodlal! Beach this il>3ek.! Mr, and Mrs. Rene":Garcia and Navy task force one tinder the' : .Each $3: Grocery Order

,rtona t Jr.. entered the daughter, Vivian are leaving this 'f'.command'of Rear Admiral ITCH
2. Adklns Law I SchoolLnesvilla week for a vacation In New York Sprague, USN. The mission of
of Florida City, Chicago and Missouri. this task force
Monday. Mr. Is to determine the 'Art you tormented with Itching ofMiciim
Garcia recently returned from 18 effects of the atomic bomb upon pMurlanU. rasher I In"pet ...
overnight guests of I bite.*, athlete's foot eruption, rectal
tsday overseas duty in the Euro- vessels and military '
equip. '
other mimed 'i"
AdklnsFDr Itching or externally
and Mrs. A. Z. pean Theatre of Operations. ment. Admiral Sprague's flagship -I akin trouble? Fur quirk relief and .'s e l.' vit.rsk'tf* ". '
and Mrs. Alfred G. Grun. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and A. will Rood results ulle VICTORY OINT ; 4.\ .
son carry pllotless aircraft MENT. Developed for the boy In -'I '11 ,
Ldson, Alfred Jr., of Punta Z., Jr., and Mrs. Fred Guy returned which will fly through the bomb the Array, now offered to the folk I I'''' .
r. who were on their wayspend to Starke from a week atJackso'nvlll blast to collect scientific data ; buck. home. White, ttreanelees, an-
"".pile. Safe for babies or chil
the summer in Black 'Bea'cha n d Judge Mrs. Wilbur ,A. Scott is in De- dren.. A name yon can't forget, 1 "
aloe ,N. C' 4 and Mrs. A(I kins moved out to land for the graduation exercisesof VICTORY Tahoe OINTMENT wr Jar-the finest.

ETni'd Mrs. RJ.. 'Davis ,will their home on Kingsley Lake for her nephew, Bobby Glatzau.i I Hold In Htarke t.SO
l lbring weekend the I C.\lU'I>1N'rIlR'I Ultt'la STORE)
to\ Tallahassee this summer. Mr. Scott went down last night West End GroceryW.
their daughters.I SPECIAL Guaranteed I
home : permanent and Will return today. ,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,, .
4 'II'IiWi11M1iiil01X11iinIIIU41h' I '''" lip'' i it '
ma Marjorie and Ida Louis wave $5 at Leila's Beauty Corbin Carnell of Ormond Is

,, who are students there. Salon spending a few days with his '

grandfather Fred A. Scott. I
Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Stith and ,
I Madison} St. Starke Florida
daughter, Sandra Beth of Wash- ,
O f ington, D. C., came Saturday to
r spend the weekend with Mr. and

Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Dr. Stith

went to Deland for exercises at

Stetson University. They returned 1L0'4.

.1. to their home Wednesday -
Mrs. R F. Stump has returned
'rom a three weeks visit with

relatives In Amherst and Staun-I HAMPTON

N Md. I I
A FEW MINUTES Mrs. Richard Thede and son, UNION
AFTER BECOMING \ r Ricky, of Jacksonville are visitIng I
ENGAGED,A YOUTH Z her mother, Mrs. F. H. Long. '' Vii e r.

AND HIS FIANCEE i J. H. Tatum and Mrs. E. A. I k REVIVAL
Whitnel of Deland visited theirIaughtt'r
HELD (WAJEWELRY t l r :0 y J wr i"eJI

hm been removed from Mrs.

Struth's leg and she is recoveringfrom I l r j', June 9th

other Injuries received several I I ..
the name in
weeks In auto accident ujVr mafiic '
agd an "fr' Through June
': fine toiletries for men 1.J T 23
IA I ," ....
4 BURGLAR WHO RANSACKED SPECIAL: Guaranteed p e r- will bring firm of : .
URGE RESIDENCE.PAUSED eminent wine $:S at Leila's Beauty appreciation from DaJ i>nFather's N
BEFORE DEPARTING Mrs. R. E. Mundorff suffered Day They're list

: a severely strained back in an accidental -I' t>f tuiletries masculine J 11 ivlM

fall last Friday night and mannishly packaged Evangelist
will be confined to her bed for their clean
1 bout nix weeks. a-I I distinguished by
Northwoodj fragrance
Mr. and Mrs. H?: E. T refreshing Elmer Piper

sir \ Mr. and Mr*.>J, W,,:Andrews: and Single untts, >0c to Jl.50; ,:

I'lTnlEVES WHO BROKE INTO A l.j"jj i Mis sen Jean Davis, ;Bobble' Cam-I sets,, *1.50 to J3.JO. Each
HOME STOLE ONLY ONE eron and Freddie Wlmb rley spent t EveningAt
APISTOL LEFT / from Thursday through the week

THING end at a flslilng camp near,.Savannah I 8 'O'clock''
BYASRO y Ga. They were Joined over ; ia
e.er the weekend by Dr. J. W. ,e Hampton
-- i--rtimi.ll I I II"1\i" T
B iHV HH lee and Mrs Selma Brown-I'I i
MctlNNlfet, & Church
Earl Johnson, X-ray technicianat .

Moody Field, Valdosta, Ga.,I I -
H. C. Wall
AgencyConstant spent the weekend with his family
here. I I w Church Cooperating

M,'. and Mrs. E. A. Erb came L HAI'PIMTAIIiTIEODIST
Service Over 50 Years to Starke this week where Mr. I KochDrugSroreJUNE $

Erb will re-open the Blue Tavern ;
Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED June 8. lie .
Saturday was recently ---
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;li; iyk:; ;;; nslyCEO CHRISTIAN
i discharged from the Navy.


Everyone Welcome:

|ST VOl-R FARM CITY AND WANTED A white woman an.
for the
fSBESS PROPERTY housekeeper apply In person \a .MrKilmond .
a 7 enly. South (,"range $t.. Fe
or write to P. O. Box 6j:, !Stark e. 3-Pc.Lawn Sets
"'I... p ,

SIROU'. ELLS REAL WANTED-.Old U. 8.' coins Ko.d:
9 IIJ.TAT&r..t liver or ...>pper), co"f..ral.bill. 5. SETTEEand
.nd-reMUe .f eon l ., old U. S. and confederateenveloes 2 chalra to match
.try. .raperr. II". mad over with or tvlthontstamp. ..
of ._ I
llom collectionviii
F.- stamp \ /
.. .... ..r above
fBqrera from all. the : top |>rlf for any 1
rt. pay
le"-rlP- (. 19.95
olT open' 1I."ac. mateHal. Write and give ,.
liSTROUT REALTY AGENCY tlon of Iurn. for .nle. J. H \'I<'kP" .
". U. Bur lOll, Lake t"Fla. '
Presented Locally By 41P'FOR \ i.I-' (LIMITED NUMBER)
r- C. HOLLINGSWORTH record plAyer : : : .
116 So. SAIJ-1 electric
St. either IU <>r -
I er, play 12 record. Mv m'". ItFOR L: .. -... I
12 Inch Dnhmeralift :: \ ... Beach Chairs '
iTTRESSEa a* I.T*-Mlmilonflry ptrawh..rry- ..... ,i
of aU kind reno- I -
tee 1 rur.nlture plantH. By 'thoumin.!, $t or \
'U'Loh.d. upholstered and bed. J. C. llon, rftarke.; turn at Solid Oak Frame
Drop card.
u. a
uBPalatka MATTRESS. Fla CO. Ebtt = railroad.'. O rill on ltd. 13 and croNe Ito I ( TooLOVjLiNESj .. Canvas Seat & Hack

I'' ALF-Maple: Baby crib $10. FOR SALE-fopp-r nklnre.l Puerto .
} '
"n. 49\\ Rican potato vines, $1.50 per
R Ito th\ullllnd. C. Van AI..tln.lDS\lip S SPECIAL!,!

I|":10'0'8ALE--Deeea PI10nugraph Columbia records and at 4d. Hampton. Electric SLICIITLY USED

thmer. Uift Shoppe. Qpn FOR SALE- r 1nrKWj|
hrollerepol :I IIbll.
until a |
9. It an,1 vine., \ IronsWhileThey
Rf1g ., tat hens (red t I. hlR redcttofeStarke. 4-Burner Oil Ranges 34.50
; PROXY.. : t :>TS--Id.al build- D. Fon, I rea nil. - -
r'I.T. nn Sliver ik. w. a lid. H. ItpFOn last
Fla. 8-31 4t

<"r planFOR. SALES Air" RE-IT--lr.S. R. Johns:, r.r tool, 103 bedroom Wal'h-. SPECIALSHELENE' 7.50
ia. Dlnet type U25.00 UP 5-Pc.OakDinette'
loss rat l'prlKht Piano 1110.00 ln ton St. '
IprlKht Piano __ '11.00 Well I Built
nI.hl KeYl'ton Heavy -
AnphtYln.. ___ 8yatem; with I FOR EtALE-4 miles from at hand CURTIS COLD WAVE Natural Flnlnh With K\tr
,'I'oke. _,_ ______ ,no.oo good tran"lIortation..
1\1 tt7LFY I diningIrnom' Limited Number '
R room? kitchen! roan I' Length Table (t1 loch Lint)
t n RF.'iT5: room hou.., modern Pomblne.1 Blcetr.clir. 4o.l...B..rlflc.mp. REDUCED TO $12.50 I '
tor $ WAVE r
too 11\1" < UP1... Call at 223 large chicken, "* $15 GelstructMl '
Temple A... Up price, U OO. ZYX, T-W'-Pft : Bed Spreads

mDA 77Two ..axopbon... floor ,
rr.v" ',* Plywood, p"lnt. or.T .I SAL.-.JII'.r' and bnlldinge.k1e0
Pirnte F1t ,..' I.'aml'
bnch and table Lnl. WAVE
nhlned. plumbing. CREME'
From nurplu property Camp KlanAlng call any day PERMALURE 14.95 Half
P4vud.mD. Blanding. ";J. iUurlc Henry Hun.I.rt 6-7 tip

:--\\11I ie ."" "* ,bait" with FOR -SALTterry's' lunch business.good $15 WAVE REDUCED TO $10 Limited Number SecretariesS

"It.r"'I&. A. TalZbt.' !fountain p.n. Dl'N.It Owner location. ,wishes doing 1U grand r..tlr. J' II.2t "" i I ..Jrswe.VaJnat L kl .rw
Stark.L n """ "" *"
Box 127.

Hollywood Fla. RENT-JI"DIII' r.tom h4.NI with WAVE REDUCED TO $5 WK BUY AND SELL Suitable for Many Home. >,
FOR ( $7.50 OIL
In. S.e J .Iullt
aaow.r. Close GOOD ,\ Hrautlful Piece of
Hotel! Sheldon Icy or F. A "cu t

FLIES' 0" USED FURNITURE Furniture ___._.., 55.95
AT NO ROACHES. Aerosol fUlta Good During June Only -
THE BEACH fleas If you uw our kero..n.t1'P. All Specials

OCEAN TERRACEDINING Bomb... Lout This!I.for not .the......k.Auto ttcr.EAN IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT +

'-t 111II1'nll'' ROOM Cannot Fountain.COTTON... pinta R or A o".rall.08 Ib.-Srad-.ant.. Remove ..... LADY FAIR BEAUTY SALON John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

oaUIIK '. Tennis buttons. 10 per tt

deg t Def.p See F1ah1D1f ford County Telegraph.-_ ---nre..a- PHONE 18 STAKKE FI A.I PHONE! 151 STARKE, FLA.

FOR REST-Two location.
ial Summer Rates apartment.. sood heat.r.all .
water -
Co Automatle .
Can Inqulr.
Colle,. M&T. utllltlu furnlah..d. it
Coca-Col plant I



Port Connecticut. i.v rtncrrr: cotmr. BRADFORDTOITNTY. June 17. "
residence la unknown. inin
nr rmrrrr: COITB.T.rOLJVTY BRADFORD r71946.!I A..I. Thom, Starrett. whose I You are required to appear on FLOIIIUAl IN CHAN. Co sari and ',.'Ux'? t the M'6a
FXOKin/1 IM CHAN (UFFtL'PALAs SEAL) on In the above named CERY. seek* e *"*
to appear divorce "*
You required
are I "JoJt: alJ8ca
Court. "
of said I
LOOKING FORWARDBy I Clerk wherein plaintiff -
P. C. July let 1t48, In the .above named use RronUlaw Mlvnarakl. Plaintiff v*. Telegraphhall "hij
Puul'lne'trooper Prim Plaintiff By Lucille C Conner. Florida Court and cause, wherein plaintiff week dlvorc Bradford CountyTelegraph Jadwla-a Radwan Mlynartkl, De neat four wee .1Id
W. W. Parker ,. Defendant.Cane T. Frank Idindrum. Starke 'I publish I this Order WltnAxe
VP Herman Prim B-31 4t 8-21 seeks divorce Bradford County u"rl1 fendant. Ca. No. 4768. m5 hgly !pe
No. 4HOI.OHUEIt Atty. for Plf. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn tn next weekly l issues. ORDER OF PUBLICATION seal at Stark.
OF PUBLICATION next four weekly tHHuen.Wltnem Witness my hand and offlalal seal AND NOflCB TO APPEAR 10. 19". yinal4yr
Mt. Nebo Baptist Church Invite I ANI NOT)(')'] TO AI'PKAK 1" ItRADHOnn my hand and official at Starke Florida, this May 15 (OFFICIAI SEAL
STATE OF FLORID to: Herman ('011'4TYTFI.OR11, ,,, l> CIIAM- Meal at Htarke Florida, thin Muy25th. 194ft. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jad. All ,
you to attend ipecial service V. Prim, whose residence I... un CEIt\'. 1948.UFFfCI.L. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, wlga' Radwan Mlynarkl whoso Pv Lucilleoerp" RIChas.
Sunday evening. The principal known. Daniel natty I'laln-.ff.: va. Jean ( SEAL) A J. Thomas. A* Clerk of said Court.Frl.nk residence and address In 117AQueen's n. Hens. ''''' r.
will be Rev. Richard You are required to appear on Batty n"tendant. Cane No. 4S06.OKPKK An Clerk of aatd Court. T. / Landrum, Starke, Fla.. Court Queenaway London. Jacksonville FIR 04-05 A'
speaker July Int. 1948 In tho above nam..dCourt OK PUBLICATION By I-ucllle C. Conner P C. Atty. for Pit. 5-17 4t 6-7 W-2 England. Atty.: for Pit "
Jamea. Come early In order to and cause. wherein plaintiff AND NOTICE TO AI'PKAIt H. H. Duncan 517 Lynch MUlff.JackHonvllIe. You are required to appear on .,
be seated. reeks d :trr: care, custody 'and HTATK OF FLORIDA to Jean. Florida. CIIU..T COI-HT. ORAnFORDCOT'S June 17, 1946. In the above named 1
control children Bradford Batty whose residence l I I. 422 Lincoln Atty. for Pit. 5-31 4t21 IN FLORIDAIN CHAN.CKHV. Court and cause wherein plaintiff COVNTYT ('nl'lI?
The Willing Workers Club hada County Telegraph shall publish Avenue, Brooklyn New York. TV. seek divorce. Bradford County : FI.OIIIO"9A
thin Order In next four weeklyInsoex. CEHY.: h I
required to appear shall this
You Telegraph publish Order
wonderful discussing are N OTICIo1 Plaintiff, vs.
meeting Ruth Mills Ouerry, Margaret
i above named 0
July let 1946 In the that theundersigned !In next four weekly lasuen. r 111101''
Notice In her.byflv.n endant.
officialseal D. f
and Jennings B. Uuerry
future plans last Wtylrjesday Witness at Htarke.my hand Florida, this May Court and (cause wherein irradford plaintiff U engaged/ In business Case No. 4767. Witness my hand and official e1 CasegNo. I1rt", ,,. Jrkl i I,
County 4769
evening at the Philip Chandler 25th, 1046.Wp'A'ICIAL. I seeks divorce.shall publish thin OrderIn under the fictitious mime. of Lslla'arress OIU.12R OF PUBLICATION/ at Starke, Florida, this May IB, ORDER OF
home. After the business was SKAT.) A. J. Thomas, Telegraph weekly lunuen.WltnedK Shop and Beauty Salon on I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 1946. AND PtnLlr: )
Aa Clerk of said Court. next four hand and bfflrlal deal I Kant Call St., Ktarke, Fla., and intends STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jennings (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas STATE NOTICE 010' ; TO A
transacted delicious refreshments Ily Lucille C. Conner D. C. my this May 27, to register the Maid fictitious 1*. Ouerry whose residenceand A* Clerk of said Court.T. W. FI.OItIDA I.,
I at Btarke Florida In the Office of the Clerk of Frank I drum Htarke, Florida. Jr'
were served. It. H. Duncan (17 Lynch Bldg. name address I I. 602 S. Colt Street, win I. no w.tr'S ahoy
Jacksonville, Fla. 1944.(OFFICIAL SEAL) A..I. Thomas, the Circuit Court of Bradford Florence, South Carolina.You Atty. for Plf. ....8-17..... 4t 6-7 IVa.I Diller 8t. B
Atty. for Plf. 6-31 4t 621cmrriT County, Fla. are required to appear on I
AM Clerk of aald Court. -Mr. W. B. Mundy, Jr., June 17, 1948, In the above named/ June are ...
Conner, I> C. to
Lairllle C. tlin
Allen Chapel AME Church pre Hy Florida, B-31 4t '.21 Scarke, Fla. Court and cause, wherein plalnttff IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORDCOUNTY. 17. 1948. Ih. I
BRADFORD H. O. Brown, Starke, Court lito
sented the Golden Echoes of Los CHANCE for Pit. 6-31 4t 6-21 seeks divorce and restoration of seeks cause ,
maiden name. Bradford County
Angeles, Calif., in songs of praise ltV. COUNTY./ FLORIDALY CHANCKRY. T.lerrraph .
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn William J. Nevlns Plaintiff, v*. .
TS.Pauline t
on Jung 3. The church was filled Erwin Cummins, Plaintiff Lofendant.Caee iv cmrriT COTHT. ilnAIJJo'OnD' next four.weekly lnues. Frieda. Raphaelaon. Nevlni. Defen .ext fouraweiRlllsh" IWltnees I,
C. Cummlng
I C'OIINTFLORIDA' IM: CHAN.CERY. Louis! J. Rlnaldo Plaintiff vn. d lu4
Witness my hand and official seal dant. Case No. 1741. "n
and Allen Chapel is seal Stark.
to capacity No. 4818.ORDER Mary Rlnaldo. Defendant. Case No. ,' 'at '
this ORDER
at Starke, Florida May
for their return... OF PUBLICATION Walter Doc Starrett, Plaintiff v., n'I' U. 11148.
eagerly 1948.
Pauline Dorothy Ntarrett (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. STATE OF FLORIDA to Frl'daRaphaelHon ) A. I
r. Cummlng, whose residence In No. 4ROO. I All Clerk of said Court.T. Nevlns, whose residenceand Chao R. sold Court
Services all day Sunday at New Went drove, State of Pennsylvania. ANI ORDER NOTICE TO ApI'Jo AH Rlnaldo, whose residence and addreas Fr nk Landrum Starke, Fla. address Is Bronx New York. Jacksonville. Florida 204-05 Sn
Bethel Baptist Church. This will You are required to appear named on STATE OF FLORIDA to: Dorothy I* 98 Seavlew Avenue, Bridge Atty. for Pit. 6-17 4t1' You are required to appear on AttF.: for Pit ,
July 1st, 1948 In the above 5
be the last service before the Sunday Court and cause. ; wherein plaintiff --.I "

School Convention, which Meek divorce ITradford County
thin Order
Telegraph shall publish
convenes June 14 with the St. In next weekly Issues.

John Baptist Church Lawtey, I ef..oHUr hand and official ,-e-- .... ..
seal. .at Starke, Florida, thin May v. ..
Rev. II. T. Thomas pastor. .i'Mh: 1948.OFFICIAL. / ;t "'.eF, a uey'Sa i& ;
( SEAL) A. J Thomas, (s x .... V Jw
The delegatea from the Women'sHome AH Clerk of laid< Court.. 'r' 'rte h,4: "bf ? ,' Brgen. a?aed'a

Mltmion Convention which lIy Lucille C. dinner, n. r, n
last H. O. Hrown Starke, Florida
was held at High Springs Atty. for Plf. B-31 4t 6-21

week report a successful session -

Everybody Is invited to services I v ('UUTIT (oi'itT. 'UI SISFOIII.
('01'\1'1'''. Fl.Oltmtl tli.t"-
-Rev. A. Vlnson pastor 1 Millar Sander. Plaintiff
VK, Jessie Lee Sanders, Defendant*
Cane No. 4812.OPIER .
IlLUE CAPS FACE KA1FORD !: OF PUBLICATION g wr Yy,? 'ya,1'wj t t ,p.,
The Blue face the Ralfort' AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Caps HTATK OK FunillDA J to: JuHHloI.HW .
State Prison nail Club Saturday' Sanders, whose residence and d !L h ti
address IH Merrlmun, Road % Mr*.
Inmates some
June 8. The ,
Charlie Sanders, Georgetown, South
of the best players in the state I Carolina.You .

and a thrilling game Is expected.The 1 are required tn appear. on -! o Yfts9esM1k
July let 1944 In the above named
game last Sunday was rain. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
reeks divorce and restoration of
ed out, but another game with the mulden name. Bradford County
Jacksonville Giants has been Telegraph/ shall publish thin OrderIn w
June next four weekly Issues.Witness .
scheduled for this Sunday,
my hand and official ? .
v ,
9, at Reno Park. The Blue Caps seal I at Htarke, Florida, this May 'rt ,.c uyf 'Y 'r '. ,
2:11: lh, 1846.IF'IcICIAL.. 4yakoo 'aa', ,1r', ?x ay .r
have lost only one game this sea / >'vi
( SKAT.) A. J. Thomas, i yt
son and hope to have Bradford An Clerk of Bald< Court.'
the cham Ky Lucille C. Conner D. C.
recognized as
County T. Frank Landrum Btarke, Florida yp.

pions. Parker has added a new Atty. for Plf. &-31 4t 6-21 ,.
player Cpl. James I). Butler, to v y;y aoi t Y >
i\ nun IT IOIIIT. IIH\I>FOIIIJ ;,{. cr a ar taar,>r ,"'! #
his team of all-home player If ('OIlVrY, FI.O'U.I" ('114Y-' yrte4s
('WHY.Nll : yry i SS wl> j % '. :'<' .4; .x s itya4s;
you like the Blue Caps they will known as' Nil ,
: : :
Nelson, vs. AnnstlnaJoxefson
appreciate your turning out to Defendant (.R.... No. 4S16.OIlDKIt r V
: OK PUBLICATION I r 92"' v '
[ ? $ .6
witness their atomic A t
power. lN ,
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR y 4 Sb /.F 2%A, YYrG' ry. y Rea
tlnaJoHefMon, whose residence IH.
No. 4 OudemanHKat, Gothenburg,
You are required to appear1, on
July let 1946 In the above named
Court and ("LuICe. wherein, plaintiffH y'Saj
....k. divorce, llrmlford Counl.'
1 Telegraph shall publish thin. OrderIn s } 'M ....e<.c 5. ;t4t .
next four weekly Issues..
Witness my: hand and official
seal at "Htarke, Florida, thin May
Moth, 1948.CO"'ll'I.f.
SI AT.) A. J, Thomas
AH Clerk of mild 1 Court. dt
Ily Lucille C. (Conner D. C. 4 '
J. H. HarrlHon, Law Exchange Rldg..rnrksnnvllle :
Florida. ti.v : .
Atty. for I' f. 5-31 4t 6-21 ;
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IN ('.If'II'r 4'WritT. IIRADKORD
('o VfYt l'I.Otl'I" < !(.%*- t 4 ;
KIIY. a'
SERVICEDAHMER'S I hl. G. llooth Plaintiff V*. Virginia tX
Hull Booth, Defendant. Case No. :
t I HTATK; OF FLORIDA to: Virginia/
Hull Booth, Defendant. Caie No.
I address In Front. Hoyal, Virginia
GIFT SHOP I. You .are 'required to appear. on
July lust 1946, In the above named
Court and ('I1I1.e. wherein plaintiff
110 EAST CALL ST. seeks divorce.. Bradford County
Telegraph shall publish this Order
PHONE 60 In next four weekly Issues l b
Witness my hand and official
seal at Htalke, (Florida this MaySTARKE

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e and Mrs. Olin Graves and daughter Violators Of Methodist Church I STATE OF FLORIDA toi J. K. Telegraph shall puhllnh thin Order I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
Shirley, of Klllarney spent Watkins. whORe. residence and address In next four weekly lxnil the weekend with their mother Child Labor Laws I U % l..orVe Wntklna. Route Witness my hand and official. ,I May whns residence. la: Box P.
rah am Sunday June 9, will be observedas tin 1, Oswego, Kouth Caro In.... seal at Hturke. Florida, this Iy M. H., Atlanta Oa.
Mrs. Maude Graves. Are Prosecuted the Day of Pentecost In the You are required< to appear on Unet OFFICIAL 19U. Tou are required to appear on
McKlnney Mrs. Margaret Morgan and June 24th 1946. In the above named ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, June 17th 19411, In the above named
John First Methodist Church. The Rev. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff As Clerk of said Court Court and cause. wherein plaintiff
. e Ethel Reynolds of Tampa spent Prosecutions against West Florida W. J. Churchwell. who Is attending reeks divorce and restoration of Zach H. Douglas, UalncsvlllA Fla. leeks dlvorcn. Bradford County
for Pit.
Atty. 11-24 4t -14
0. maiden name. Bradford County Talegrsph.ehall publish this OrderIn
weekend with
the their
aunt, Mrs. violators of the the Annual Conference I _
B. Roberts were I workmen's at Day- Telegraph shall publish this Order neat four weekly Issues
)[Ire. C saturday artI 'Kate Starling.Mr. compensation act and the child tona Beach will return in timeto In seal four weekly Uauea.WltheHN IN riitrurT rot-RT. nn.i pnRn Witness my hand and official
Starke hand and official' COUNTY VLOHIUtl IN "'''AN. at Starke, Florida, this May 1*,
1 and Mrs. Wiley Edmondson labor law were announced recently deliver the sermon on the subject I my 'En. 1949
at Stark., Florida thla May
I spent and daughters, Martell. Doris and by A. E. Wall Jr., of Starke "When Religion Comes A- 3. 1946. Dorothy Kelly May riatntlft vs. OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas

Innett of Palatka. Bennett Helen have gone to Miami this now employed In Pensacola by the live." I Aa(OFFICIAL Clerk of RKAM said Court A. J. Thomas, ) Leslie May, Ostendant. Cast No. As Clerk II. nous-las of said Court.Za..h Gainesville.. Fla.

end Burned with him week. Mr. Eklmondson has sold Florida Industrial Commission. I "If there ever was a time when T. Frank I-andrum, Stark, Fla, U71.CDRDER OF PUBLICATION Atty. for Plf. -17 4t '-1

,be his home here and will look for a It Is learned that Wall Inspector we need to go to our knees and Atty. for Pit. 6-24 4t ..U ,,,0-- "" ...- L .

.tek. place in Miami. for the for the world and that this
of Tampa spent presented pray IV: "I't.T COI'R'I', IIMAItKOIIU For Safety. Comfort and Economy .
M mother, Mrs. There will be services at the evidence which opened the case Gospel we are preaching would ('01'wry' Ft.ORIUAIY CIIAV.CKHV. : .

nil with his Christian Church Sunday morning against a woodyard operator who take hold it Is now," the pastor '

JI lrqg returnedday and evening. Everyone Is invited allegedly failed to comply with the stated. vii.Harry Edith Harton Clarlima Strelg-htlff.Streliihtlff.Plaintiff Defendant FOR COURTEOUS;
Broughton She has to attend. law requiring employers, of three Sunday will be Methodist stu- Case No. 4794. CORRECT (;'
afternoon. of or more persons to provide themselves dent day, and all college students, ORDER OF PUBLICATION ]
peratlng at Katie Mauderernandina with liability Insurance covering home for vacation, will be askedto STATIC OF FLORIDA to: KdlthClarlRna : : INFORMATION; : ,f/
ater :Mr. aI I possible Injury to employees.It sit together In a body. Strelftitlff, whose residence I".1hu
following IN CIRCUIT COfllT. nit.\DFOItD was charged that a youthful The evening service will consistof Is Route N... 2, Hayer town, Mary PI- Phone 117 T (
'JUon! at returnedfor CERY. employee had failed to receive an evangelistic sermon and the land.You are required< to appear on

Mrs Lydia E. Oaffney Plaintiff.I vs. compensation In an accident resulting singing of familiar hymns. The June 24th 194, In the above named JUde Florida Greyhound Lines, Inc. Busses
days. Clarence D. Gaffney, Defendant.Cane .
several Court and cause, wherein plaintiff -
Lutesz and Mr. No. 4770.OItDEIt in the loss of a toe and young people from the Junior seeks divorce. Kradford County! STATIONTemple
Graves OF PUBLICATIONAND also was hired in violation of the Choir for the evening anj very Telegraph shall publish this. Orderin UNION BUS

OF NOTICE FLORIDA TO APPEARSTATE to: clarence child labor law. good music was rendered last Witness next. four weekly hand and Issues.official seal AvrUCY CONW,'y. Agent 8tarU s Fl*.

r>. Gaffney, whose residence I.: % Wall filed" two additional warrants Sunday. At Starke. my"Florida this May Und -.----.-,... .. ,, -. .
m Mrs Fred Oaffney. Route 1, Box 1946OFFICIAL. MIIIIIIIWIWIIe11Wn11WNANNIWex111aIWII' '''' ''' ''' '' ''A"ItlNIIIMIINIANI1XIlamNWIIINtlWII.AIIIINININAm' ''''' ''' ''' ""IAIINNNAIImIINNAIIImth' i "" ''' NIPW111aW'IIIelalwWN6' "
in at 6.45 fora
290-C. Qaffney South Carolina. Pensacola charging employment Young people meet : ( S13.\t.1: A..J. Thomns.As .
You are required to appear on of minors contrary to very interesting program. Clerk of sold Court.

a June 17th and 1946 cause, In wherein the above plaintiff namedCourt law. The state provides that persons Prayer and praise service each Atty II. C.for Hiil.lwln Plf. Gainesville 5-24 4t Fin 6-14, 11&Y9 l )

seeks divorce. Bradford County under 16 cannot be employed : Wednesday at 8 p. m. Bring your
Telegraph shall publish this Order obtain' in \ I INK L E R Electric Service
In next four weekly Issues. unless they work permits i Bible and( take part reading IN flllClir ('OI'UT. HlllltfrOHIIoi

Witness mv hand and official seal. from the superintendent of public and quiz. I : VII, Ki.omiiii IN 1')14VFItY. "- 1
at Starke Florida this May 16th instruction for work In vacation : Wchlinmelpfi-nnlsr. I I ntlff Fla.;
Ruhy a 222-221 Temple Ave. Starke.
1946.OKFTCIAli ,
tor 1:11: rmri'iT rornT.! flit nFOIiU
.?uy 1 SEAL) A. j. Thomas, periods o r out-of-school hours. vs. Clarence Mchlmmelpfrnnlir, De
Mar.11g.Sli. ( Call 'vrv, Ki.omuAi iv tiitn.CKHV. II I
A. Clerk of said Court.Zach The employer must keep this cer- fendant. Cane No. 4796.tIRhF11t THE OLDEST IN THE CITY
H. Douglas, Gainesville Fla. I Everett Samuel' Minor Plaintiff vs.
,..n. Atty. for Plf. 6-17 4t 6-7 tificate on file' together with a Florence Ruth Love_ Minor Defeladent. NOTICE .TO: rl'tlAIR';;
record of the hours the minor Clue/ No.OF* 4T PUBLICATION sORIMSK once SchLmmelpfennla, whose residence Radio Service That Satisfies Try Us!

works. Such minors cannot be ANn NOTICE TO AITRAtl la unknown.

employed before 6:30 a. m. or STATE OF FLORIDA to: FlorenceRuth Suns You. 24th are, 1946 required In the to above appear nam-on
Love Minor, whose r..I..n..eanct We Strive To Carry The Most Complete
after 8 p. m. They may work only address. In 400 Mouth Taft .>d Coi4rt and cause wherein plaintiff -
8 40 hours week Garden Grove California.You seeks divorce. Bradford County Stock of Tubes and Parts
hours a day, a Street Telegraph shall publish this Order
Home 8 Auto required to appear on
Farm and six! days a week. Minors be. June IT,are 1948 in the above named In next four weekly Issues.
obtain and cause, wherein plaintiff Witness my hand and official seal
tween 16 and 18 have to Court
nt Starke Florida this
May 22nd
Supply Inc. age certificates from the superintendent County seeks Telegraph annulment.shall publish Ftradford this 194OFFICIAL WE NOW HAVE ATTIC FANS
SEAL A. J. Thomas,
be weekly Itmuea.
of schools and may Order In next four .
Witness." my hand and official As Clark of said Court.If. ]rlar Order for Hot Point Range and IWrlprator.
your your
WEST CALL STREET employed only between 6 a. m. seal at HtarkB. "Florida this May C. Baldwin, Gainesville Fa
141 and 10 p. m. 11\, 194S.OKKICMAL. Atty. for Plf. 6-34 4t 8-14 Also your n 'ndlx Wanhr.ru.W .
( SEAL) A, J. Thomas, -.
i i e A.. Clerk of said Com IV ('IIIfT"r (-01 HT. IIHlllFOimfl ", Are FllllnK Orders An. Listed.
Recent Births T. Frank r.nmlrum, Starke, Florida >l'VTV.' FLONIIhAIV llltV.'
Fishing Tackle Atty. for Plf. 5-17 U 6-7 1'KHV.Iperlndlo.
erctla Berrl Plaintiff vs.Teresa See Us About your Wiring Nendo.
CRAWFORD BABY IN ('lIff'I'JT fOI'HT. IIHlUKOnllOI Chlnppa Serrl Defendant.Case .
(' '>T!'. KLOIIinIM tll ,-VLucille No. 4791. LICENSED & BONDED ELECTRICIANiinimiiliiliiriiriiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
utomotive Supplies Mr. and( Mrs. Zara Crawfordof ("I':11". ORDER OF PrRLICATIONANH

Starke announce the birth of a lieornre. Plaintiff VM. Ch r- I NOTICR 1v) APP10AR ... .. .nriin'riiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii' .iiiminiiiii'iiTO./,. "' IIiIllUIlJIIIIIUllll.Qllllul..lln".n"lIIIlInil."III."ow'ml. .' tlJlllllliii iiiiii
11.i (leoiK, Defendant Case No. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Teresa
son on April 23. 4792. Chlappa kern, whoso residence nnd 1-
Electric Appliances OKDKJl: OF PITHMPATIONANH address. IH 7 Jumes. Street New
Frederick William Barthlow NOTICE TO AHI'KAK8TATM York New York. EXCELLENCE
'* o ioo o*e io *ie *** *a* oft* SOB* William : OF FLORIP.A to-: Charlie You are required. to appear on
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick (7eorge whom. residence lit unknown June 241 h. 1946 In the above nam..dCourt .c
Baseball Gloves Barthlow announce the birth of : and cause, wherein plaintiff in all the thoughtful relations of Service .
You are required to appear on seeks divorce. Bradford County
a son, Frederick William I on May June Zitli. 1946, In the above named Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn with convenience and completeness

sie aisMaHH>aaaieaisaavssev ii (HiaissiaBas a>aMlaaHais>i>aaia> 8. Court and cause. wherein:! plaintiff \ next four weekly Issues. as well as fateful economy! in the
seeks divorce. in-ndroru county 1Y 11 seas my h nn A an d ft"'ft''a 1 .
Thomas Fisher Ga.ikinM, Jr. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn seal. at mark, Florida, this May measure that it is needed
Plastic Garden next four weekly iitmies.WltnonK 22nd. 1114110.O"'FI"If.
Hose 50'sI
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Gasklns Sr., my hand and officialHeal ( BEAT) A..J. Thomas,
of Lawtey announce the birth of at Ktarke Florida thin May. A.* Clerk of said Court. *1
22nd 1946.OFFICIAL.. T. Frank I.nndrum Starke, Fla,
a son Thomas Fisher Gasklns Jr., ( BEATA.. J. Thomas. Atly. for 1'lf. 5-84 4t 8-14

on May 10.BRBARA. AH Clerk of said Stark Court., Florida -' 'UP'HIII"O"iTY. DEWITT C. JONES
H. O. Hrnwn iv ('IIIfT'T ( 0' itr.fl.OlllllA .nt
/ TIRESTUBES Atty. for Plf. B-Z4 4t 6.14IV | IN CHAN.
5 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Magyarl fOI'NI'V. KI.OHIIIVl IX CHAM.Alexander McKnlKht Plaintiff, vs. Susie.
"'.:11 V_ McKnlvht Defendant. Cane No. Funeral Director
announce the birth of a daughter, Leopold Elfler. Plaintiff, 4798.
IV Barbara Eloise on May 14. v... Antoinette Marie Eifler, Defendant ORDER OF PUBLICATION STARKE PHONE 7
BEES BABY ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR McKnlKht whose residence Is unknowns Our local funeral home enables us to
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Dees of STATE: OF FLORIn to: Antoinette offer conveniences and services not
MarIe Eifler, whose residenceand You are required to appear on
Brooker announce the birth of a 6.17 Broadway, I June 24, 141) In the above named otherwise available. .
dB"AsTTERIE. S- daughter on May 14.. .- Watervllvt.i :.N.I."M* Court and -vail*** wherein plaintiff .... .
You are required to appear on seeks illvr>rr.. Bradford County II
HUFSTKTLEU BABY June 4th, 194, In the above named We furnish the highest type service at the lowest price and
Court and cause, wherein plain
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hufstetler tirf.Heekii divorce Bradford County DO YOU SUFFER WITH f* accept ANY life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY com

For Trucks, Tractorsand of Starke announce the birth ofa Telegraph next four shall weekly publish I Is.Ues.: this orderIn i KIDNEY TROUBLE paoy, as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation

daughter on May 16. Witness my hand and official peal carries no obll..aUon.I .
it Htarke, Florida, this :May Undo Btwsrel Baoftsehe, Arm and Let pins..
Passenger Cars 19t6. l ttlna up night scanty or frequent psatmttt .
LOLA RUTH PIERCE ) Thomas, of Urine' ma' be your Wsrnlmt BI(
( salt Court nsls. Act Quickly, trf KJDNOMUBHnow.
Mr.. and Mrs. John M. Pierceof An Clerk of You mar repeal relief.. within a'..
Hampton announce the birthof T. Frank andrum, Starke Fla.. hours. Lab unbrofcia. sleep and island

Aerosol a daughter', Lola Ruth on May Atty. for Plf. 84 4t -14 Oet Kidney XIDNO-TLDBB Action at any Drue >tor. I THE FACT IS By GENERAL ELECTRIC I


RUTH WRIGIIT CF.R '. FI.UHIIlAt IN: tlllNSllvl'a "I LOST 52 Lbs.! I

D. T. BOMBS :MARY Heaver, Plaintiff, VI. 'Vtl11. WKAft *IZK 14 AGAIN"
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Biunner .. Heaver, Defendant. Cane No. MM*. d B. w.114.FT.WORTN
Wright announce the birth of a 4,79' A* rivtMTMl Its. ).
LICATION Vac ese loss pound end taswt* ., WIZARD MACHINE =
daughter, Mary Ruth on May 22. AN1)ENTIFEPTO) : APPEAR man .Imfor. aeosS,1 I ltt if t. No ; -
Insect .. ,_. .. _
0 Blitz STATE OF FLORIDA to: WillieBeaver "' No dru. No UstnUv* .
lUt nNt. ** ram' butter.TtMMrpmmr
TAYLOR BABY whole residence I I.. unknown potato alMr W.ih.r 4,+
# r
: M m." sea be d/R/ toe.hnn corn. \
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Taylor an- You are required to appear on b..h"eol try OM. AYna, VIe..I. ..
..... .. .,. ...
In the above named C.... Ptenr I. .b. .nl : '
nounce the birth of a daughter on June J4th, 194S. f-i.r1 ;..:
Guy Andrews Pres. & Mgr.lI Court and cause' wherein plaintiff : 1s cUniCsil t*.%. conduct let ,,
May 27.FORSYIIIE. 1 peeks. divorce. hradtord CountyTelegraph medt.l I doctor* mot thM.
this Order. ...roa.Mee 14 t. !. pound ,
shall publlnh .*....* 1.1 f.w w_k. wltteth .
BABY In next four weekly Issues AYne vuamla (;*.*.,
Witness. my hand and offlrln .....ucC.. PI... .
I Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Forsythe .neal at Htarke, Florida, this May / _
do.'t eat
With AM. Pies
announce the birth of a daughter 22n<1. 1948.COJo..ICIAL. at am m..S .tart fat pntatn. ,
SEA) A. J. Thomas m..t.or buu.r.voutmplV0ut them
on May 28. As Clerk of .said Court. down. It. .IrapW and Ml.r whenEvnlojr fortt- ;C.;. ,-.
II O. Hrnwn, Htarke, Florida : "br4u.it vsrh mml AMO| .
NKW RE3IIN O T O N PORT Atty. for Plf. J-24 4t (-14iv .mlJO tiny ..
937.77 (In. only, li It._II not.....Ssi..1...._.hoerM' e ,
.MILK typewrlters, nnci IT COIHT, nil tiironi \\1.....NEY BACK: : Uw
eludes tax) Bradford County <.01 "'r v, Kl.OHIO l> <'IIVN.t .
!.:It%. KOC'H DRUG STORE .. r --
Telegraph. Marv P. Watkins, Plaintiff v.. J. 35 y9
No. I 1'honn 1
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Court and oaune.wherein plaintiffn AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I I As Clerk of said Court. 1'I ra
Ir Christian divorce, Bradford County STATE OK FLORIDA: Louis J. By Lucille C. Coqner. D. C. d ncerand addr.OOUtflR, .
Tie Rev. W. G. Smedley will Telegraph Khali publish this OrderIn Hill whose residence l la: Mnrehead J..lackHonvllle C. purrance: Florida, Law Exchange:: .Dldg. I I Box You: 127. Ffamingwati 8ut, S
next four weekly Ituine City Curteret County North Caro- are
nil his regular appointment<< at the WltneoM my hand and official realt lina. ;;,,, Atty. for Pit. e-? 4t R-28 .Tune 24th. 1948"e'lUlr"4, In '" epos
First Christian Church Sunday. Kturke, Florida. thlH June 4th You are required to appear on ,' ,led Court... and C au" 46ot.'
Clothingand 1940. I.V: CIIIC'I' COtllT.: BUAMFOHI dlvlrci wh'r.ln'
June 9. Bible School will meetat (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomaa, July Court 8th and 1946 cause In, wherein the above plHlntlffjiteeka named 1 i''I rOI' ITV. FL.OHIUAI IV CIIA.MCKHY. : Telegraph. Shall Ilradtord i!:
. 10 a. m. with C. W. Colson as A. Clerk of aald Court. divorce. Bradford County I I In next tour." Weekly publish is.uea ;
I"y Lurllle C. Conner D. C. Olin W. ouglan, P1 I ,v hand
Wor- i eieitraph shall publhh) this Order a Intlff. va. Atarke and
superintendent. Morning rauI E. Hl I>eh. \Vllllnmn Bldir. In-next four weekly IHHIKH.Wltn Magdalene Power Douglas, Defen Florida., title dtlplll
11 a. m.. subject: "What Jacksonville, Florida. .. dant. Case No. 4788. 1948. 11q
ShoesFOR ship Atty. for Pit 6-7 4t 6-28 HH my hand and official' Heal (OFFICIAL
Price, Redemption?" Evening I at Htarke Florida thin May ,I ORDER OF PUBLICATION I I Aa Clerk ot SEAT) A. I The.
;;;( 1948. 3\Mt'l I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Hllhl 1 court.
subject: "What, IV riHCfIT T. BHAHFOIinFLOHIUAI T Frank
8 m. drum.
Worship p. cO"'II'rv. i.vKatbleen t:1I.tN-: (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas : STATE OF FLORIDA to: Magdaxi Atty. tor Plf Stark ,,

Do You See?" Prayer meetingeach I. ........,. .. __ ..... __ ... .._ ..._.._........_h...,._....._--_...._ --------. S-U s..
, Wednesday 8 p. m. AH are ; / Elllabelh Dodd Plaintiff
VM. U"or|(" A. Dodd, Defendant. '
cordially Invited to be present at : :
Can No. 4525.ORDER w
I any and all of these meetings. OF PUBLICATION 4 z'
The Entire FamilyEvery "Only once a stranger here. I I STATH OF FLOIUDA to-: leorire ,
A. D"drJ. whose reHldence and addreHH -
.* BR"DF8RD U: Box 3, Mllxbom, Delaware.You '--
I (' tYTY'TFLUn1UAl' I* CHAN- are required to appear on .... wyIl.J, .. --' .
CI'HY.ftll July Sth 1946 In the above named
Le. Jlnke, Plxlntltr v... F.rn- Court and CI1U".. wherein plaintiff
i day is bargain day b.L. Jlnks rJr'"dant. Cane No. seek divorce, care, custody and
control of minor child Bradford k GEORGE DOBSON WINS
.onoER Oil' PUBLICATION County Telegraph shell publish thlOr".r ;
' AND NOTICE TO APPEAR In next four weekly I..uell..ltnI'a" .
the HTATI OF. Fr.oHUA to: IsrnsatL. I I \\ my hand and official neat
! at * .* Jinke. whOHe residence 1.. unknown. I 1 at 194:'tark", Florida' thin June 4th. INDIANAPOLIS RACE AT AVERAGE

. You are required to appear named on OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.An ,
l94$. In the above
July Clerk of laid Court.
, and ..au".. wherein plaintiff
lay Lucille C. Conner D. C.

STAR Store B."ekH 1 netnP\ r"ph tittour mv .hand weekly publish Bradford and 1"pN.Vltn""N official thla.County. Order Meal Atty.Wm.I.'ldtf.,D.for Jacksonville Morgan Plf. Fifth, FTorldn.Floor 6-7' 4t Clark 6-28 SPEED OF '114.820 M. P. H.

June 4toh. 'Elf'
at Starke. Florida, thin i.v {1I1..T coi'icr. \DFonn t
BEAU A. J. Thomas CO'VTV. PLOIIII| IV (''',tN1 -
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AH Clerk Lucille of C.said Conner Court., D. C. K. Hurteau Plaintiff vi,. Roue
ny M. Hurteau Defendant. Can. No.
-I H. O. Brown i Htarke,! Ha.Atty '
for IMf. 6-7 4t 6-28 4Kll1.
-1IaIII1IIIlIo--.. .. I >i>FomCOfVTt. > ANf NOTICE TO APPEAR
...'-' .. .. IIIIIIJ _, 'iv VIRCCIT.: C/II'IIT. nn ,
I Hurtenu. whose residence and ad-
:Mutthew( F. (101.M I'liilnt". T". dreMo IH unknown.
tHETRESTARKE lelmi. Defendant Cane You are required to appear on I
T (
Jill Nth 1946, In the above named
I 1116 nt'R\ OP PUBLICATION Court and cause wherein plaintiff
ANn NOTICB: TO APPEAR xevkH divorce and cuxtody and control ,
of minor child. Bradford
County Telegraph shall publish IhlMOI'I..r
T ( who u renldenee l unknown -
In next four weekly I IHKiieK.VltnexH .
Sun., Mon. June 9-10 I You' are required to appear'on \ mv hand und official. Heal
July 8th. 1 1946, In the above namedronrt at Ktarke, Florida, thin June Ifl.
and caiiHe, wherein plaintiff
ieefc.. divorce. and custody and control (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
"HOODLUM SAINT"William of minor child. Bradford AH Clerk of ald Court.
l 1ekly nublUh thU Ilv Lucille C. Conner I>. C.
OrderyIn; :: : .: enextafourbwe "*" William n. Morgan, Fifth Floor
WltneMH mv hand and official NBILIet 'Clark Building Jackeonvllle, Fla.
Powell Esther Williams Htarke. Florida, thin June 4th. Ally for Plf. 6-7 4t 6-28
1 194$, !
tnFJI'IC'IAI. SEAT.) A. J. Thomas iv nnrriT coim-r. \IIFORU
An Tlerk of aald Court. ('O"' TV. KI.OIIIKll IV CHANCKIIV. -
HIT Lucille C. Conner D. C. : .
Tues. Wed. Thurs. June 11-12-13 ,,
.1. S. HnrrlMon. Law Kxt-hanue Pldgr.ickH'.nvllle. Rachel Alberta Hill Plaintiff VH.
Florida. Louis J. Hill, Defendant Cane No.
AU). for Plf. 4t 628rmri'iT 4S IH. ON
1 roi'ii.OI"VTV .II''UFORO .
1' FItllC1INCtR ,

Laughton Randolph Scott Barbara Britton illldred: V. D. Tourhlerry., Plaintiff.
v... Edward: I* Touchherry; Pefen.int '
-- -- OnnElt Three No.op"_ 4H51._PUHLI"ATlN u__ __ __ BUiia i 1

Fri. Sat. June 14 15 ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR black vubbcv
I.. Touchberry, whose residence In

"The Return Of Frank James" unknown Ton ar. rnriulrrd to appear on boy's and men'sraincoats
July. 8th, 1016, In the above nam.1 -
f'onrt and .
caiiH" wherein plain- '

Henry Fonda Gene Tierney Jackie Cooper Telegraph tiff Keek divorce shall pnhllHh Bradford this County Order ,

Also News and CartoonSee In WltnpHH next four niv weekly hand and IKHIIPH.orrl..lal.1 4 CHAMPIONSTHE

at Htarke Florida thlH June 6th
Your Favorite Hits 1f14"
A.. Clerk of "aid Court.
Brought Back At The RITZ Xarh H. Dnmciaa, UalneHvllle, Fla
Atty for Fir 6-7 4t 6-28 \
Also Westerns Every Tues. Thurs. Fri.
iv rmrriT coi'nr. nn'nfonn "

John( H.. Mo.eley, Plaintiff* v". thrilling Indianapolis
Helen J. lIroNel y, Defendant. ('a". 500-mile
No 4RU. Sweepstakes I* equal '

;I ANn ORDER NOTICI'OK PtTTtLlCATlON T0 APPEAR to 50,000 mile of ordinary

J. MoH"1'ri whose reHldenc In: driving. And this year, for 1 '
Ifornia 1129.A!" 66th Street, Oakland. Cal- the twenty-third consecutive r 1 ( 1 '

[ HEADQUARTERS ]| Jiilv r You Sth..are 1646 required In the to above appear named n" ,f \ the time winning, Firestone car.Tires were'on O l\\ 1 1\

W.C.T. r ip
U. Imagine the punishment

See the beautiful arrayof those tires took as they
I am convinced' that my life pounded and pulled over the

gift suggestions hclonc to the whole com- grinding, tearing, blistering

mnnlty, and HO long a* I live It
.1 / pavement at speeds far faster
/ in our windows In my privilege to do for It I hDOUStt

whatever I can, for the harder k than you will ever drivel!

and shop with us I work the more I live.. Could you ask for any more
I rejoice In life for It. own
for that nke. Life la no brief candle convincing evidence of extra '

for ru... It tea sort of oplen- safety and extra wear? Could

SI'ECIA1.OCCASION for did l a torch moment whlC'h'l, and got I want hold, of to BACK (Mh;Tfof added pre there be any greater proof of / I I I I /I i I

make It burn as brightly /.ctio* and coal .s"'latloa.. Gvoraneedot the superiority of Firestone's ,
A Gift in JewelryMeans before aitpnHMlhln / to track M p.... Tka awe I
turning It patented
over kind .. and exclusive
to future gcneratlona.George rvbbet Mat N M Into ,leap construction
Lifetime nr.a The raincoat.cam completewtlfc features'
a of What
Remembrance -( Bernard Shaw). a
MKliing kelinet
SI&e.! 4 Ia_IS
triumph for
SanmllN can't run without w Firestone Re- ,

I loip nor saloons run without The search, for Firestone'"kn w.-

a Harley F. Strong using up boy* and glrln.HAVE how," for Firestone precision (
THEM: ? T ? STAR STORE' workmanship! ?..

CAMP BLANMNG JEWELER SINCE 19/1 -(Florida' Good News). When you buy new tires;

- remember that life ,,.
-- may
(Formerly The Stag) .. - -
l I PIIONK 153 --u _-_-_-_- .... depend on their safety. Why V'
take \
chances when
137 W. Call St. Firestone
SPECIALS atGUY'S De Luxe Champions cost no

d more than ordinary tires?

4 I Come in and see the ..... CORD4
*r- rayon cord Firestone eoM Iwdu. ln ....
Do 6.46 .
Luxe '' Unnr.enicord ," .n.ri',
Old aataa bodlw: in a..ll- AT
Fashioned DELIVER Champion Tires today. :vywu: ro,_ Ie:0.


REVIVALat MY-T-HNE PUDDING - .06 _-;: .....,..,_ ._ .,, -4

UP TO 55%
UP TO 60%

Tender Leaf Tea, 1-4 Ib. ,pkg. .25 STRONGER UP TO

Hellman's Mayonnaise 8 \\u Flr. 32%
Lawtey Baptist Church oz. .25 'pK''I' t ton* NON-SKID

Coconut LONGER
Sweetened, pkg. . 27 q cOI'LII. wrongernJ ANGLES
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LAWTEY, FLORIDA LIFEBUOY SOAP 3 bars .19 } Sof.l-.ureJ Flreitono Con." Th. new'SaIt1- Th. new, wUer flatter, dlenl.ate.

Beginning Sunday, June 2 .traction weld Grip Tread. ha.up Ce.r.-Grlp Tread ha a l lariat

Through June 16 Fresh OKRA, lb. -.. - .29 and tread' together"- Uof Into the sn body In..po pile,.,. to 60ft more non-cUd angle 1 .IUI"d__ area of tread' In contact with C'._(u...*..
bU unit, tor ,fir even weat.
'Fresh providing EXTRA greater traction and EXTRA
PEAS, 2 Ibs. - .15 PROTECTION AGAINST PROTECTION clally I compounded Vila"'*
Rev. Woodrow Flynnof BLOWOUTS. Rubber assures
Fresh IDDlNo.
CORN, doz. - 39 .t u., MILEAGE.


Every Night at 8 O'clock Fresh Tomatoes
2 Ibs . .15 t s
F ,
F a
lIe preaches with explanations that steadyus
Exhortations that sober us and lb. - 2fi FOR YQUR PROTECTION ON THE

Proclamations that save us. '


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