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 14, 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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Official County Publication Established In 1877

EIGUT riOaiDA.t JJt.INEia. 19-i" ___ __ ________
Commerce Candidates NOTICE TO TilE CITIZENS OF ST.AHKE: :

her of In cooperation with the health authorities in pre'vent. Two Starke Men Killed

Beach Festival ing the spread of Polio by the elimination of breeding placesof !

s sFor Saturday flies,, you are hereby requested to comply with the following -

regulations: In Plane Wreck
UaSdmond-on, daugh- 1. Every resident shall store or accumulate his garb- at DaytonaMerchant

|., and Mrs Wiley Ed- age and refuse in metal containers with covers for same
I f Graham. will go too r-L'U- and these containers must be kept covered. All containers

1 III',, Beach Saturday to shall be small enough for one man to handle. Witnesses Say Craft Was "Stunting"Over

Ifor honors I In the "June 2. Every operator of a business in the corporate limitsof Group Beach Pilot Had Air

tlI'al Starke shall have metal containers with covers for the -

b the Starke Cham- a accumulation and storage of garbage and refuse and such Meets Corps ServiceThe
E.lmond1 Tonight
Lmerce Miss
Junior I containers must be small enough for one man to handle. It

I It'le'"dance' e d at to a represent shall be the duty of each owner of a business! house or crash of a privately-owned plane at Daytona Beach

J nub county in the bathing establishment to clean up and gather the refuse and trash the The Introductory meeting for last Friday afternoon brought death to Elmo Chapman, 27,

litest, from the sidewalks in front of or adjacent to his place of Starke Is Retail Merchant'sAssoclatlon local theatre manager; and John Bruce McCall, 22 employeof
announced for 7
oral 1 Chamber of Com- business once each day such business is open, and such trashor i p. m. tonight (Friday) at the the City Fire Department, Young Chapman, the pilot.
Opel that many local refuse must not be swept into the streets. Courthouse. The group was organized died in the emergency room of the Halifax

'iU visit (the beach Sat- .X I 3. The ordinance prohibiting the throwing of trash and lost week on the strengthof hospital shortly after the accident. McCall

remoon and night to en- refuse into the streets by anyone shall be enforced to the a petition signed' by more than whose injuries included a severe skull fracture -
I;festival and help boost fullest extent of the law. Your in 40 businessmen
cooperation complyingwith t(0.a' a broken leg, and a broken jaw, died
.e candidate for queen. these regulations will be appreciated your failureto Objectives of the associationare t5 rd Friday night.

et the beauty contestants comply with same shall result in prosecution. to Include decision on matter
. place during the after- i for the general"welfare of local According to an account of the accident
El coronation cere- in tho Daytona Beach Evening News life-
the CHARLES A. DARBY, businesses and the community as
lr the queen will take Mayor. a whole, and for cooperation In guards reported that the plane had been"stunting"

und 7 o'clock, as the June 11th, 1946.Reporter rent equalization and price con- over the beach, flying over the
sover the ocean. The dunes at low altitudes and frightening bath-

-it II will be climaxed by Martell Edmohdnon trol.All owners of local businesses, .fir. era so that a number of them had left the

I ball Saturday night. Finds Public whether or not they were among beach. Witnesses said that the plane
larke of Com-
: Chamber and New Program Will the signers' of the petition were Chapman smacked heavily into the beach in a stall!
1 paying all expenses urged to attend.Baptist after the
pilot appeared to pull it too sharplyout
>ocd escorts 1 candidate.and chaperonage Aid Persons With Solidly Back of Health DepartmentIn of a dive. A jammed airspeed indicatoron

Static HandicapsD. to Close the plane recorded a speed of 65 milesan

an attempt to find out what the man-or wore n-in-the- Vacation School hour.

: Sunday Education's. L. Hay Vocational the Department Rehabilitation of street thinks about the Bradford County Health Unit the Telegraphthis Program ; Six lifeguards rushed to the wreck and

director for District 4, an- week sent Its "Inquiring reporter" to ask the following ques- Tonight found that Chapman had already stopped

nounced this week that he would tions of the first ten people he met: "What Is your opinion of the Commencement exercises for the breathing A new type of respirator device

s. W. L. WaD be In Bradford .County hereafteron work being carried on by the Health Unit? How do you think It Vacation Bible School of the First was used in an effort to save his life,

alternate Wednesdays, begin- should! be financed?" No attempt to pick or choose "victims" was Baptist Church will be hold, to- but without success. Both men were car-

|Murla Weeks Wall. 66. ning this week. made; in fact the reporter's Instructions were to avoid any businessmen night (Friday) at 7:30: o'clock. ried immediately to the hospital's emer-

I resident of Bradford As a representative 0 f State or other persons whose opinion might be known. In advance. Parents and friends of the children gency room.

Idled last Friday after a Superintendent Colin English, Hay Opinion of these ten, as Indicated In the following\ answers was attending, as well as all MrCaJI Lifeguards reported that
at the moment
1JIncss. Funeral servIcesd serves in the guidance and count unanimously In favor of continuing the work of the clinic: others who are Interested are Invited of the crash
they were telephoninga
In her home at 3:30 sel of persons over 16 who, be- Mrs. Harvey Gainey housewife to attend this service and
view Daytona airport in an attemptto
the handwork of the chil
[Sunday afternoon, with cause of a permanent static disability 10th street, said: "The Health most needed things we have a- Military Rites have the plane stopped from

L. D. Haines, pastor of have a vocational handi Clinic should stay open. Everyone round here," said L. F. Dinkins, dren.The stunting.
I Church officlat- "The Is a contin- school closes< this Friday
Baptist cap. program may need it sooner or later.
|lied by Chaplain L. A.I uous process" he said "for the We should find some way to keepIt filling Avenue.station"It's for proprietor our own Temple with a picnic at Kingsley Lake, Chapman and and McCall. both popular .
protec For J. B. McCallFuneral well-known
of the Florida State purpose of getting disabled people going." tion and shouldn't be closed. I thus bringing to a close the large had flown to Daytona young Beach men on,
|Interment wall In thee into employment. We aid In the W. V. Gunter garage man 223 don't know where the est and moat successful school a pleasure
money Jaunt, leaving Starke
i Cemetery. selection of a Job objective, pro- Call street, declared "I'm for it. held by the church In Starke. services .
should come from for I were held Monday Airport at 10 a, m. The pilot
B tie community of Provl- vide medical treatment where it For one thing it gives medicalaid don.t'l day through Tuesday has
know what the financial afternoon at 2 o'clock for was an experienced airman who
orlda, on December' tit will remove or lessen the disability for those who couldn't affordit been or should be but If possible shown the an !largest Increase attendance In attendancewith for John Bruce McCall, 22, who died served three years In the Army
Wall was the daughter and give training and otherwise. Also it's beneficialto the Clinic should stay open." Friday as a result of injuries suf Air Corps and as agunner-engl-
ate Colonel William T, assistance in finding a Job. orrefer' the schools. The City and 'was
e Edna Weeks. Her them to- other authorities County should share the expense." tona Beach. McCall
wife, 328 Walnut street said: A total of 128 children Young is I Belgium France, and Germany.
(Confederate veteran waa whose work 'specifically applies to Mrs. W. R. Ward, housewife "Every town needs' a h'ealth clinic: rolled. were .n- survived by his parents, John W He received a private flying license
i clerk of the Circuit their need. When necessary we 711 McMahon street: "We needIt. Starke should have one tod." and Sarah McCall and two broth on May 10. The wrecked
Bradford will help finance a college or a White and colored people both J. C.
County. On Ezra Lennon carpenter Pratt ers, and Bfll. of Starke. plane an Aeronca Champion, was
r)tit 1899 she was mar- trade school education, or arrange profit by it. I think the City and street, stated that "everyone Manassa ThirdIn Born In Jasper, Florida. August based at the local airport.

'il1lam 1. Wall, of Starke. for them to learn the trade while the County should each do Its should look Into the matter and TournamentArt 29th, 1023 he moved to Starke Chapman had been manager of
i prominent In religious on the Job. part." find If the Clinic is a good thing.If with his family In 1941. Before I the, Park Theatre here since his
J circles, and through the The Department employs the re- E. W. Wilkinson bus driver Rt. It Is, we should keep It, and Manassa of Starke was the war he was employed here as, discharge from the service in 1945.
>frequently a hostess to ferral service of the State Welfare 2, Box 1A. stated; "Seems to the City and County should share again riding high In the Jacksonville a driver for the Standard OH He was employed' at the theatre
Jvej of a large family, Board the Schools the me a good thing. It helped a lot the expense Jointly." Journal's $500: Open Tenpin Agency, and since Ms honorable several months before entering:
|many friends. She was American Red Cross and other of people. Looks like the County Miss Carol White, stenographer- tournament this week, placing discharge from the Navy in February the service. He was the son of
r of the First Baptist organizations, upon whose advice I should keep it going*" clerk Lake street said "I was, third Tuesday In a field of 76. was a member of the City Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Cbarman of
[and the United Daugh- Interviews are made with refer- I Mrs. P. M. Barefoot housewife surprised to hear that the Clinic Art's total score was 2,311, within Fire Department Gainesville, and le survived( by a
'i Confederacy. ence to Interests, capacities and I 321 Washington said: "I might be closed. I do think it good catching distance of the During his service as pharma wife and two small sons. He was
I survived by her husband abilities. Groups who have been : think we should have it, and I should continue. Neither the City current top men, Lyle Wallace, cist's mate, second close McCallwas a Mason, a member of the American
1 Major Harold C. Wall served include those disabled hope we're successful in keeping nor the County should bear the who had 3.454: and Johnny Bran- attached to the Filth Marine Legion and Veterans of. For-
lujuatlne and Starke her through the loss of an arm or leg, It. The Clinic Is a necessity In whole responsibility, but both nick, second with 3.365. Division and fougnc lit the battle eign Wars. Funeral services were
\E.Wall, Jr., two grand. or Injuries, or because..of defec- public health. I believe It shouldbe should help because It Ib. for Two other local representativesat of Iwo Jlma. He was awarded held In Gainesville Saturday: : and
| William Dutton anditOn tive vision hearing, hernia, ar- financed by both Bradford everyone In the county." the state-wide tourney have I the I'urple Heart and also held a the body wa tikcn to Atlanta.
i Wall, her daughter- rested tuberculosis or stabilized: County and Starke, because people "I haven't heard any i criticismof been giving a good account of Presidential Unit Citation a Let- Ga., Monday for burial.
a Dutton Wall three arthritis. come from all over the county the clinic and I don't> "tee whyIt themselves. Henry Manama was ,>, ter of Commendation the Expert McCall a Starke resident since

11. Ollie Weeks Dell of Hay may be reached at any and derive the same benefits as should be closed," tail. Mrs. running 28th with 3,016, and ''I Rifleman and Victory medals the 1941. was discharged as a phar-
It, Mrs Maude Brown- time by inquiry at the office ofSuperintendent those in town." N. N. Thomas, housewife Lake stood a good chance to be among Asiatic and American theatre rib- macist's mate In the Navy last Feb-
Mri Dea Wilson. of I Arthur R. McRae, "The Health Clinic Is one of the and Center streets. the select 24 who will compete in bons and the Good Conduct medal. ruary, and since thon had been
ni her brother : the finals Judge E. K. Ferryman He was a member of the First
Robert .... the Court h ruse, wi vj a y. U employed by the local fire department -
of Starke. had bowled a creditable total Baptist Church and of the Jones-
Ing the Vocational Rehabilitation Before the war he
[those attending the fun- Director at 404 Seagle Building, Rotarians Plan Series of score of 2,810 which, however, Langforil-Whlte Post of the was a driver for the Standard 011
as were: Mrs. Nancy Gainesville. "Ladies Night"At Traced to MinorsTwo had placed him among the "alsorans" American Legion. Company. He la survived _by his

;Mrs. J. H. Ritch Mr. this week. Funeral services were held In parents John W. and Sarah M.
|jorge Bennett, Mr. and Gold Head Juvenile delinquents were With the elimination of all but the First Baptist Church, with McCall and two brothers, J. C.
Melons Bringing the first 24, the tournament will
T Conant and Mr. and arrested last week In connection the Rev L* D. Halnes officiating. and lilll of Starke. The Kuneral.
L. Members of the Starke Rotary be continued another two weeks,
Richard, of Jackson- Fancy Prices Now with a series of petty thefts reported Military\ rites were carried out at services were held at 2 p. m.
ge and Mrs. A r'Club will be hosts at their annual the bowling scheduled at the at the First I '
V. Long, from homes and busl- the grave, In the family lot at Monday Baptist
[**. DeWitt Jones Mrs. Possibly 25: percent of Bradford's -* "Ladles Night" event next city Southslde and Springfield l alleys. Jasper Church.FourTeam.
ioU, Mrs. destroyed I nesses. The children, who were The Manasna brothers saw a
w. s. Graham. watermelons were Thursday evening, June 20, at Pallbearers were Robert Oreen,
'Etta rains, according aged 7 and 10, confessed stalingin reversal of performance when
and Eva recently by excessive
Means Park. S.
"' Gold Head Branch State they competed In the National O. Denmark Elbert Earl League t
"cnvanie to County Agent I* T. several Instances and were later
Ray Thornton, Warren Winkler, B. C
nd Mrs. of the A special treat at this time will ABC tournament la Buffalo N. To Be FormedIn
Ilk C A. Pound, Dyer. However, growers be the presence of S. tfendrtck released out of consideration for Y.. last March. Art trailed, while Holtzendorf, Richard Ray. George
; General Vivian remainder of the crop stand Guernsey, vice-president of the their youth. Henry scored as one of the six Powell and V, II. Carden. who Diamond Ball

wyCooper .Major ."Ma- show an excellent profit It was Gulf Life Insurance Co., and out Most of the stolen property was prize-winners from Florida. Art are volunteer members of the fire
with the current prices About 30 diamond ball
C. R. Jacksonville department. players
Rotarian of has attributed his present form
Misses standing
Francis Keith reported as up three or four the Rotariansand recovered. including.apoons Local DeWitt C. Jones> was In responded to Coach, Carson Gel-
who will speak to to "good luck. bowlingfans chargeof
and of 'Priest's
from the counter ten
Ellen Ruth Staf- times the normal level. gins call Monday for boy who
* "Rotary.Anns" on the subject were betting that the luck funeral arrangements.
Augustine cent store and beads, a pair of
; Mr. and Watermelons In various sectionsof will play the game this summer.
to Happi- would hold out.
M W.Long, of Orlando; the state are said to be bring- of "Three Keys shoes and gold earrings from the The coach said the turnout Is
YIon and car- ness". Mr. Guernsey is a W. B. Sewell residence on North Local 4-H Members
Charles A.. ing from. $500 to $700 per proving larger each afternoon and
of I flaml; Mr. and Mr. load. The fruit Is not a major the International much-sought-organizationof Walnut Street. Still unaccountedfor Bakery Open Only Attend Short Course that he already has enough play-
eekl, Raymond Varnes crop here. and because of the Rotary and 1:5: a was some $10 in change removed Three Days A Week ers for the organization of sever
His appearancehere
Helen C. Kennedy of smaller acreage; local farmers do after speaker. from a cash drawer by a Doyle Conner, Harry Green, al teams. It Is believed that steps
; frs. Margaret; HumHoward not share the advantage of rail will be one of the highlights party who broke into the Temple The J. A. Musgrave Bakery, Rodney Hall and Ray Grlffls can be taken next week to forma
E. Hancock shipment Yet the market as a of the Rotary year. it Lake Service Station and $5 Temple Avenue announced Monday members of the local 4-H Club., four-team league.
*. Miss Ann Carlisle, whole has been a source of en- Members of the club and theirRotaryAnns In money and stamps from the that the business had sufficient represented Bradford County at Play is on the high school
;, *fro and Mrs. J. c. couragement to melon growers, will leave for Gold Bradford County Telegraph office, shortening and flour to remain the organization's!: annual Short grounds each afternoon from 2:30:
IIId Mr. and Mrs. W. H. most of whom are In the Brooker- Head about 3:30 o'clock. Those obtained by someone who entereda open three days a week for Course at the State University In to 4:30: or later. Geiger said that
of Clearwater: Mr and Graham section. who desire to do so may go window. AU of the thefts occurred an Indefinite period. It Is stated Gainesville last week. provisions are made for fair com-

e Armstrong, Mp- and About 250 acres are planted to swimming or boating until timeto last week. that the establishment will con- The trips were awarded for out. petition among those of 14 and

emstrong. Mrs. J- TArmstrong. melons In the county Dyer said. serve the fish supper at the 7 I In the previous week about 15 tinue to provide a complete line standing club work during the younger, and those older than 14.
Mks: Birdie o'clock. Arrangements for pounds of sugar several frying of pantries as long as supplies put year according t 0 L. T. All boys are Invited to partloipate.
: Mr and Mrs.' Bui supper are under the direction of pans, and an overcoat were stolen permit although Its schedule has Dyer, county agent and 4-H super
them Hall; Mrs. An- 'Milky Way' OpensH. J Fred Guy, and T. H. OsborneIs from the Louis Shafkln home at been curtailed by the shortages. visor St. Mark'sThe
ton. S. 1.. Smoak Mr. A. Manassa and Neal Joyner, In charge of entertainment. Cherry and Call Streets.. The articles The bakery will be open on Tuesday The course consisted of Class :

.Prank Palmer. Mr. and of "The Milky Way", new were not yet found. Thursday and Saturday from work field trips! and talks on Rev W. W. William will\
..Hague, and Miss Dam-' owners frozen custard dispensary at 143W. Recent Births Mayor Charles Darby urged 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. various phases of agriculture. Instruction officiate at the 11 o'clock service
Of Alachua: isles' C. announced this that all others missing articles or In lea t Mrs. Al B- Wallace Call street the business will be WUHam Ilalll Jones Jr. money from their businesses or Christian ChurchThe by members of the University Sunday June 16th. being Trinity

,.4. H. Jr. ot Sanford: week that Saturday with custards Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jones an- residences Immediately report to faculty and officials of the Sunday. The service will be
Mr'.. Grainger of opened and sodas of all nounce the birth of a son on Wed- the police so that there could be First Christian Church State Extension Service and Experiment morning prayer and sermon
4e'; 11r.and Mrs x.: H., milk shakes stated that fresh nesday, June 5, In the Alachua prompt efforts to recover the will hold regular services Sunday, Station. There were also Mr. Williams who has recently
It was
Wtey; Mr and Mrs.I flavors. will be sold fpr home County Hospital Gainesville. He stolen property. June 16. Bible School and Com periods devoted to games, been rector of Christ Church
Ueltow Mr. and MI'II.'t dairy milk and that doughnutand hu been named William Hallle munion 10 a. m., probably preaching swimming and various sports and I Fredrlca St. Simon's Island In

't I ifr and Mrs. W.I consumption service win, be add- Jones, Jr.Darll'n" CARD OF THANKSWe at '1} o'clock. Midweek, prayer recreation. Dyer said that on I Georgia has conducted servicesIn
end sandwich at their return the boys described St. Mark's before and !U known
son of Raiford I Ann Teuton wish to express our grati- service each Wednesday night
Ceonge Manassa. of I ed within two and Mrs. Robert U Teuton tude for the kindnesses of friends 8 p. m. The social session of the their attendance at the course as to many of the congregation. A
I Bessent. J. lIt[. Smith. R. I.. Richard Mr. the birth of a daughteron shown during our bereavement In Ladies Council will be held with prpfltable and felt that they cordial welcome Is extended to all
. were her nephews.' Earl Johnson and Howe announce June 8. In the Ocala the loss of our beloved friend and Mrs. Emily Denmark. on Thursday would be able to accomplish even to be present by the. Rev, Fred
k"89 .i Moredock. Memorial Friday.Hospital. She has been employer, Elmo Chapman. night June 20, at 8 p. m. II better work during .the forthcoming Yerkes acting r.e tor of 8t.Mark's. .

T eDelllrJr l In chargelof of The Park Theatre Everyone Invited. year. .
Gorge W.i I DeWitt C. Jones was named Darlene Ann. Employees
Bennett Aba the funeral arrangements.




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I I I I -- -' ------- ---- ------ e . . : Mrs. Linzy and her children returned I I'I R. F-. McLendon ----=

TELEGRAPHEMtabliltla Food ShortagesWill Sun Oil Survey to Vermont with their rel- I Mr. Thursday
and Mrs.
BRADFORD> COUNTY Be Worse Now Under WayIn State Farm atives for a ten days' visit. and their son, Lynwood Lym"Ood' !

Mrs. G. Ei Crews and her guests turned Friday '.
d 1877 By Next FallCommenting Two CountiesThe lly Mre. Bryan Whitfield for the week, Mrs), Calvin Williams and Sopchoppy fromChatiah

B. L.: Matthew -________ Editor and Owner a statementthis recently-arrived geophysIcal . 5 I. and little daughter, Sandra of Pa- their vacation with Where they '

week by William upon L. Wilson, survey party of the Sun Oil BRIDGE CLUB MEETING latka, and Delbert and Carolyn i Clinton Bradley of relatlvea.

...hllahsd Weekly on Friday and Entered sac Second CLaM Matterat director of the State Farmers' Company of Beaumont, Texas, Colorful blossoms of many varieties 'Crews and Miss Virginia Engram spent the past weekend Jackson
the Pout Office at Starke, Florida. Market, County Agent L. T Dyer began its north Florida operationslast gave additional charm to the : spent Tuesday with Louis Cle- and Mrs. J. H. Hundley With
felt of Mrs. J. M. Hembree when mons) at his home near Worthington and Mrs. and
said yesterday that he obliged week at the southern edgeof home J. M.
to concur with the official's Baker County, and for the time she entertained the State Farm Springs Carolyn r e m ained Mr. and Mrs. Bradley,
"Shall We Say Grace?" gloomy picture, to the effect that: being will push northward. The Bridge Club Tuesday afternoon of i with her uncle until Thursday. nounce the birth J.of L. Walker
"There is no sign of any satiationof exploration. group of nine, headedby last week. As winners in Con- Mrs L. F. Chapman returned ter Bobby Jean, a little da'
HWWS2 the world demand for food Engineer S. E. Bills, will be tract and "bingo" respectively, 'Saturday from Greensboro N. C., I Iat their home. Tuesday, Jui
r \ 5 4 9 stuffs of almost every kind and based In Starke for six or eight Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld and Mrs. where she visited Major and Mrs. Miss Mildred
character. Yet, facing the cer- months. Fielding Chapman received toiletries Robert S. Chapman. During her Thursday from Williams\| Ir

tainty of even greater demandsfor Bills announced that the work, and to Mrs. J. G. Godwin, stay Mrs. Chapman enjoyed to visit Mr and FSCW Mrs ,T.I
some months to come, we wit. designed to determine an area's holder of second high bridge score, Greensboro's sculptures and other herd. L. A. S
ness a drastic trend toward cur- general suitability for oil-drilling and to Mrs. Newton V. Turney, markers commemorating Revolu- Mr. and Mrs.
k' i tailment in some important lines. Is now employing Its $11,000 guest player Mrs. Hembree pre- tionary events and also went to little daughter, John Tune,
) $r9 n "There just isn't enough grainin gravity meter In St. Johns county, sented handkerchiefs. At the end several other historicCarolina Jacksonville were Mary Carol
a'g sight to warrant the sorely and a station locator crew In of the progressions Mrs. Hembree towns. and Mrs. C. M. Turney visitors of
needed Increase in cattle and hog Baker. When the St. Johns operations nerved a salad course.SCHOLARSHIP Mrs Claude Howard, Mrs. A. night and Sunday. Ifl Seta
production. Poultry might offset are completed, use of the WINNER Wallace and Allen Wallace of Hugh Hall of the same onday
the shortage of beef and pork to 80-pound meter device will be Friends congratulate Miss Lila Sanford were Sun day'supper for a visit with Mr City
some extent-but the same factorof transferred to serve In locationsset guests of Mr and Mrs. W. G. Turney. and !
Rae Caldwell upon winning the
not only prevents under the direction of M. '
feed-shortage up Lewis Scholarship which she will Stringfellow.Mr. S-Sgt. Jack D.
r i efforts to increase Hocks, but is D. Taggart. use as a student at FSCW, Tallahassee and MnJ? A. F. White and to Augusta, Ga., Tuesday Bradley, ,
I 1sp actually forcing drastic reduc- Exploration within Bradford beginning in September son, Billy; of Jacksonville were his fiancee Corp. 10
ihl Kathryn
I1e P "' ) "t' 'tfi tions. This means that there. will County will begin approximatelyfive supper guests of Mr. and Mrs.Oo.AI ell. !.Ii,

be an inevitably greater shortage miles East of Starke, and'con Marshall A. Bouvier, Jr., of .. ..... .
21 next fall and winter." tinue north .and east, eventually Emory University, Atlanta, Ga., -" - -- ---

Dyer said that the wheat shortage reaching through Baker, Clay and and Miss Florence Akers who attends For Safety, Comfort and Economy .
a sacrifice the nation must Duval counties.- Bills asserted Agnes Scott College in the '
i bear In light of the life-and-death the members of the party had selected same city were guests of Mr. and FOR COURTEOUS
demands in other parts of the : Starke as a base because, Mrs. J. A. Bouvier Thursday and

1- world, would seriously affect the among other reasons, they liked Friday.Mr. CORRECT t
dairy farmer. He said there were the town's living conditions.The and Mrs. J. M. Bradley S- 1
Li reports that a number of dairiesIn preliminary survey Is one' Sgt. Jack Bradley, Leslie and Car INFORMATION
4. various parts of the state would of a Sun Oil project to ascertain olyn Bradley enjoyed a picnic sup- Please Phone 147 9i
clone, and sell their stock. No relief oil prospects throughout the state. per with Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Cokerat r_ I
in wheat needs could be expected their Lake home near Keystone
before August and Septem Local Scout Travels Heights Saturday. Ride Florida Greyhound Lines, Inc. Busses

ber. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Whitfield UNION BUS STATION
The corn crop, it was stated, is 130 Miles By Bike
i and Miss Ella Nash of Jacksonville Temple AveV LACY CONWAY
the rains Agent Starke
being depleted the by South.heavy This, Lewis Haines, son of the Rev were dinner guests of Mr. and .._ _._ _._ n __._ __,_._.......,........... ..... I
general: over :
out, further compli- and Mrs. L D. Haines left Starkeon Mrs. Bryan Whitfield at noon
Dyer pointed
Sunday. Helen Whitfield returnedto
cates the national picture, which his bicycle about 5:30: a. m., r
28 to visit his Jacksonville with her relativesto
last year saw corn shortages in Tuesday, May ,
i the north, resulting from cold grandmother, who lives between visit them for a week.
Guest. Editorial by J. Francis Cooper weather which extended into the Sanford and Orlando. Mrs. L. F. Chapman Jr., left ONWAY'SService
Monday for Selma, Ala., to at-
spring. He was seen in Hawthorne at C
Florida tension SPIl4PCan tend the wedding of her brother,
confused sit. 8:30 the Rev.
/Touching upon the : a. m. Tuesday by
we who sit down to bounteous nourishing uatlon In perishable goods, with and Mrs. Stallings who were on Joseph S. Ford of Jacksonville, Station
meals forget that today, hunger hangs over the homes reports of low prices for the ram- their way to" Starke to attend a and Miss Margaret Tlllman on
of more than 800 million peoples-over one-third of the er and high prices on the retail meeting Jacksonville with the with June 14. Mr. Ford spent Sunday. PHONE 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICE
his sister and Mr, Mrs.L.
said that In spite of Rev. and Mrs. Haines and
market Dyer
people of the earth ? We may well give thanks that F. Chapman and accompanied
adverse weather, the supply in The some night a card. was received
the grim spectre of famine is not a silent guest at our is Mrs. Chapman Jr., to Selma., Oil Changing
perishables generally exceeding from Lewis stating that he
tables. But can we, dare we, forget for a moment that situation which Franklin McGuff of Montgomery .
the demand, a had made Ocala by 2:30: m. and '
this spectre is all too real at millions of homes in other dictates a low price for the grower. was going on to Leeaburg p. for the Ala., is spending the summer Greasing
parts of the world? The OPA was not regarded a night. with Sonny Engram, having come Waxing
Famine is one of the Four Horsemen of the principle Influence In this connection last Wednesday with his parents. +
It was Friday before the full Washing
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McGuff, and
Apocalypse. The one named War has been stilled fora : ,- since most perishables are details of the trip were learned, Bill King, also of Montgomery, j ,
while, but his evil companions, Famine, Pestilenceand now freed of OPA control.assertedto Trans when a letter came telling\ of a and Henry Rawls of Marlon, Ala., ,, Polishing

Death are still charging over the earth. A world portation be problems were factor this mishap that occurred south of who visited Mr. and Mrs. W. O. ,. "' Tire Repairs
crippled and strewn with the an important Oklawaha, when the bicycle chain
wreckage of war is trying ; had it not been for tire and Engram until Friday.
desperately to find enough food for its people, and to coal year shortages, it was believed, broke and became enmeshed In the Mrs Harry Tyson and two lit- ELECTRIC ARC WELDIN
distribute this food where it is needed. more produce would have been ac- gear necessitating pushing the tle daughters of Miami are guests
The has and hauled to market. bike up and down hills for the of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Tyson. Mr.
I problem been called to our attention inmost cepted
next miles to Wlersdale.
I vivid fashion Meanwhile, the inflationary tem- seven Tyson accompanied his faintly to AMOCO GAS
by our own government leaders and ONE HOUR
There and ,
a friendly storekeeper the Farm and spent Saturday
.others who know( the facts. President Truman; Secretary and perament the Increased of the country operating at large costs,, his wife, gave Lewis a night's night with his parents. OIL & GREASE

of Agriculture Anderson and other officials have had contributed to higher retail lodging and meala. Their daughter Mr."and Mrs. R. W. Brannen .
taken every measure which seemed to offer : In Leesburg, 15: miles
hope of prices. Thus, while the farmer's worked visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B Taylor
providing more food from this country to the starving Income had more or less maintained away, and the next morning she and Miss Pauline Brannen In Quaker State ,
millions elsewhere. a status' quo, the cost of carried Lewis and his crippled' Jacksonville last week-end.
Herbert Hoover honorary( chgirman of the Famine living had not. It was asserted bike there where the vehicle was Weekend guests of Miss Rob-

Emergency Committee, says that "along the 35,000 that; higher prices together with repaired. erta Whitfield who is at home Sealed Containers '
the decreased income of workers Lewis reached his grandmother'shouse from FSCW Tallahassee for the
have traveled I
we have
seen my own eyes at 2:30: Wednesday, summer vacation, Miss
affected by repeated strikes, and p. m. were Betty
the grimmest" spectre of famine in all the history of to a lesser degree unemploymnt having travelled more than 130 McCartney of Tallahassee and RIDE UTE
the world. resulting from shutdowns and restricted miles In less than a day and a Miss Jean Douglas of Lakeland.Mr. FLORIDAGREYHOUND AUTO
People are dying ,by the thousands every day. production In various half. On Monday of last weekhe and Mrs. J. L. Robinsonare BATTERIESTime

Malnutrition makes it easy for disease and pestilence fields also had a part in a reduced pedalled to Deland, where he now at home to their friends, LINES
to take their toll. Undernourished children on whose Consumption! of goods that is working In the Baptist Assem Mrs. Robinson having come from Inc.
feet civilization marches forward may live but will be was now being realized at the bly for two weeks. After that he Seville Saturday BUSSESFor
stunted for life. Governments cannot stand when the (rower's* market. will return home. During the past week Mr. and Safety Is

people do not have enough to eat, and so revolution can "Br ny," Dyer said, "the pros- NEW REMIN a TON PORTABLE Mrs. C. J. Rose and Mr. and Mrs. Comfort & Economy '
Kenneth Strickland of
add further chaos pects for the year ahead aren't Vermont
too: bright, either along meat and typewriters, $57.77' (Include Fla., and Miss Evelyn Spears of Phone 147
Principal need of the famine countries are for poultry lines with the harvestingof tax) =- Bradford County Tallahassee visited Mr. and Mrs. Take Care Of Ii
bread the staff of life and fats. The need is Telegraph
particu- the grain crop. But as a general Haywood Limy for several days.
larly urgent right now and will continue through July, precautionary measure to off.
when the wheat from another harvest will be moving set food shortages ahead, and pos
in world trade. sibly yet higher prices It wouldbe

Florida does tot produce wheat, which can be used well for everyone, farmer and Have
in making bread. Its production of fats-principally average consumer alike-to now out. a Coke

lard and peanut oils-is important, but production is can as much vegetables and meatsas i.

not the principal problem there now. What, then, can I possible" ,

Florida people do to help feed hungry mouths elsewhere i
? Red Cross Fund

1 Theanswer 'b simple! and can be given 'in one word Mrs L. A. Canova chairman of ,

j --SAVE. Everyone is asked to save: wheat, fats and the residential section of Starke J-
o.U. Cut down on the use of all breads and cereals ex- during the recent Red Cross fund :

cept. oatmeal, which is more plentiful. Save salad oil, drive, reports the following re- t t rDI .

cooking oils. olive oil, margarine butter lard bread, ports of solicitors during May:
crackers roll, cake! pastry, spaghetti and noodles. Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Southeast
Eat fruits ice cream and custards for dessert, in- Starke, $14: Mrs. Ella Johns
stead of pastry, buns!! and cake Use Potatoes instead of Southwest Starke. $2; Mrs. Maude \
bread. Broil boil and bake instead of fry. Serve Brownlee Rising, $2.

creamed Don roods on JV. waste anythmg in either cooking eating or storing paper punches, all type account t
Grow as many vegetables and fruits as possible books, ring binder<< and many
at home. Serve, small portions so no food will be left other ltm 'at the Bradford ,

over. And'renember that every pound of food saved County Telegraph. l ,
may go a long towards
way saving someone's life. 1 r re
Pastry doesn't taste so sweet when it is taken
from the mouths of the "
hungry, Jays UNNRA Director i
General LaGuardia. Small savings at home will add \ I
up to a tremendously important food supply over there.
Food will be speaking for us now where guns and bombs

were speaking not( so long ago. .

4 Can Use More Pulpwood ..e\1'II' '- I

_.w.IL.A.tf: w1t....____

Container Corp'n. of America Fernandina. Fla. Jt.'s qGad0Ii'uc4 5l

I everyone cheers for the friendly LNhen
to find II four-leaf clover- pause

EARL GARAGE it's better luck to have Accident
you're hot tired and
thirsty the
Insurance! very sight of a frosty bottleof / j

Onr-IIalf Mile South of Starke on Rood 13 Coca-Cola is refreshing. So of
course the
game comes to a standstill .i '
All Kinds of Auto WorkALL Charley E. Johns
at the words Have a Co*?. The whole
WOR'K gang gathers 'round to talk
USED Wrecker Service Agency

OUAR.NTEEDUTI) PARTS DAV OR NIGHT Phone ,IS STARKK FLA. things over and spend a sociable moment on the refreshing side.

r ,. ..-. -- Coke -Coca-Cola
.. .. omio UNO,, | a blireV1.tIOIl:
AUTHORITY or -COCa.Col.-andlct.a
WE BUY SELL and TRADE USED CARS ........ ,.; COCA-COtA COMPANY >r _"Coke-are the regisursd tends
.. STARKE COCA-COLA IIIUb which dtftingm! &be pIIIto
Hartford CO. Cola Comi>I*
act cf Ike Caca-

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E 14, 1948 FORD comrrr TRXROUAPII. STARKE.
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School Board Pledges daughter. Joann, have, returned for a few days.
: ) : LAWTEYBy Clinic Support If from a visit in South Florida with Mrs. W. W Webber and eJUl-

-- --..---.--- -- lelatlvea.! They were accompanied dren of Jacksonville are spending
- I
I1 I PVT. II. C. CREWS' CPU 111'1I.lamJe Crews Other Boards Help i, home by Mrs. Norman's daughter awhile with her brother-In-law
1' \ 11. BMi GARCIA S Mrs. Joseph Thomas of Crest- and sister' Mr.
iSctTATIO I RETURNS FROM ETO I.I I Tla School Board announced view, who Is visiting her mother 1 Crosby
M, Smith, son of H. C. Crews, son of Mr. I Cpl. Rene' Garcia husband of I H. C. Kelly and son. Wendell June 3rd the completion of routine

end)[Ham,s, Jesse J. Smith of I and Mrs. C R. Crews of Lawtey, I the former Mellle Silcox, recently I spent several days last week with approvals and appointments at ,I-..-....-."...-.".'.-,.."..".,.,,111. ll, "I I n ull.Wn NIUI, ,..,L4.NIIIN000m4IHI,'=,,--, -, ,,, ,,,MIfUMeI.I.-,,.,....U...&NYIWWW4alaUIui'M""...,...,- ,."U....-.'.......,-._......-
arrived at the returned to the States : his brother In Its
recently recently entered the service and after 18 I Tallahassee and at- ibOrUhly meeting.
!:" Theatre Army Air .la stationed with I' months of over. tended graduation exercises of his Mt Melva Galloway, of Starke, GALVANIZED GARBAGE CANS

Klnforcement Depot Fufeldbsvek the Army Service seas duty in Eu- niece, Miss Hazel Kelly. was lamed principal of the Van-

Germany, for rope. He received Miss Rosle Mae Manning who derbltt school. 1.45

lent to permanent duties [Forces at North I his dischargeat la employed in Jacksonville, was Approval was made for the se-

occupational Air Force. |Camp Polk, La. Fort Bragg visiting her mother Mrs. Honor cu1'11t1t of, parts needed! for the
me service In Before N. C., on May 18. 1 Manning Wednesday. Her
entering the enteringthe sister facilities! of the County's nonprofit -
are Ptc Smith attend- s e r vice he Cpl. Garcia M Miss Maggie Manning, returned canning plant, and It was Repair Parts

thebelawt y school and was vas employed asa served with the with her for a few days visit. specified! that a school bus be

as an electric arc [ mechanic. He 291st Infantry, a Miss Fonnle Johnson of Brax- used to transport 4-H club mem- On Perfection & Nesco r

L'mbPy the St. John's River vrttes that he part of the 75th ton, Ga. la spending some time bers to their mid-summer encamp-

buUdlng Co., in Jacksonville., I enjoys the Tele. Division during with her grandmother, Mrs Carrie ment at the Ocala National For Oil Cook Stoves
rraph and would Casque. eat:
the war. He wears the European;
''Ike to hear from Theatre ribbon with two campaignstars We are sorry to have Rev. and Mr. Eunice Searing, teacher of -

His' old 1 friends. for Central Europe and the Mrs. C. C. Hlckman leave. They the Starke elementary school, was

*Iis address Is: Rhineland, also the Combat Infantryman's I have gone to visit relatives in grafted a leave of absence for the Imported
ORANGE vt. H. C. Crews, Alabama and other term of 1946-47.
Badge, the Occupation states. He has
o. A, 43rd India Coco Door Mats
Tng. Ribbon, American Theatre rib- retired. A committee composed! of representatives -

TC, North Camp Bn.Polk, BITG, La. ASF bon, and Victory ribbon. Johnnie Gasque has returned of the Chamber of No. 0-.12"x20" $2 en. No. 2-16x27" $2.75
JUICEFresh After a vacation In New York from
the Veterans Hospital. Commerce, Rotary Club PTA, and
ROBERT M. McRAE Chicago, and Missouri, Mr. and Mrs Nettle Starling and daughter Women's Club requested that the No. l-U"JI2' $2.25 No. 3-1S"x30" S3.25

Daily! GETS NAVY DISCHARGE Mrs. Garcia will return to their Louise, of Hellbronn Springswere Boatel continue financial' support
I home in Tampa. here Thursday of the Bradford County Health
Robert M. (Bobby) McRae, morning. Dept. The Board announced thatit
______ .10 Signalman I Winifred Rigdon spent last weekin True Test Baby Strollers $10.50FOSTER'S
j 1.2 oz. cup 3-c, son of Mr. and S. SOT. SIMPSON would give $50 per month for -
_______ .20 Mrs. Russell Georgia.
Hnlsjuarts McRae of Starke, RECEIVES DISCHARGE the next 12 months providing the

-_ _____ .35 received his discharge Saturdayat S. Sgt. Sam T. Simpson, son of I ..Mrs. Mable Gasque and children Board of County Commissionersand

lallon ______ 1.25 the Jacksonville Naval Person- Mrs. Pearl Simpson of Miami, anda Ronald and Carol of Wlldwood the City Council continue
nel Separation Center. former were weekend guests of her moth- their
resident of Starke
= er-in-law Mrs. 5 GALLONS: $2.65
= Carrie
McRae Gasque.
entered the Navy In May discharged from the service on

WE HAVE ADDEDA 1944 and after preliminary train- : May 29 at Fort McPherson Ga. Philip Shuford of the Navy, AIKMORIAL.; FOSTER'S ROOF CEMENT: 50 lb. Can $2.85

Ing served on the destroyer McCormick He had been in the service 30 stationed In Miami, spent last Whereas the Spirit of our beloved -

NICE LINE OFGROCERIES in the Atlantic, wherehe months and spent six months weekend with his parents. Mr. and Sister and member, Mrs.

I' made several trips to North overseas with the 1056 Engrs.POt.t. Mrs. John Shuford. Dora Scott Camel of Ormond, BRADFORD HARDWARE\ CO.

Africa and South America on con- Const. & Repair Op. as a Lemarr Reddish of Kaiford la passed to its eternal home Wednesday -

voy duty.A heavy equipment operator. spending some time with his May 29th. and whereas,
MEATS 1944 graduate of Bradford mother, Mrs. F. R. Carradine. she had been a beloved memberof .IIWNWII.IWI'INnl/h/NP.. "' /',' 'A,it"b."tl.'nitliin., ,|1111'111I.11",10"11, ) ,, ,II"" 'Y I"'III""II'IIU'"ll1l111ll1l11iiiliii,/ ''' ,, ,'' '', '' :: 1

& High School, he was a threeletterman Mrs. LillIe Collier's niece and the local Women's Christian t

I in athletics and waa captainof LOOKING FORWARDBy Dobby Francis of Jacksonville are Temperance Union for many

the 1943 football team. W. ". Parker spending some time with her. years, and had placed her life in f\\.?<'<<'<..f/y fimt Qty Cl,,,

SUNSHINE Louis Brosky of Starke la vis the keeping of her Saviour since -r

b. i. UNDERHILL iting his aunt Mrs. Honor Manning young womanhood: Therefore be 1 .

GETS NAVY DISCHARGE Cpl. Arthur Lee King: has been and family. it resolved; that in the pausing ., ,,' '.'

,Wearer of the Purple Heart, for I honorably discharged but is readyto Mr. and Mrs. Albert Davis of away:\ of our Sister and member, .

JUICES wounds received when his ship serve again if needed. Cp' Fort Myers spent the weekend out hearts are grieved, but her ... '. .: .A
was hit by a Jap suicide plane at King served four years and ate with his brother-in-law and sister, memory will live on in the heartsof 1 (" :

Okinawa, O. J. Underhill, S 2-c, months, was first stationed in Mr. and Mrs L. P. Rafuse. those who knew and loved her.
Pearl Harbor, and later transferred Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Page visitedin Therefore be It further resolved
GROCERIES son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Underhill
I to Auntralla. He served in Callahan Sunday.Mrs. that a copy of this Memorial be
Route 2, Starke, was discharged -
four major campaigns was wounded Agnes Fuqua has returned sent to the family of this loved
June 6 at the Jackson-
on :
1 703 Temple Are.I ville Naval Personnel and transferred to a hospitalin from three weeks with her one! a copy be ascribed on a pageof
Separation '
New Zeland. After recovery children In Callahan. our W.C.T.U. records, and one

I Just Beyond Bus Station Center. he was on firing lines In New Enjoying a fishing trip I near sent to the "Florida Good News"
Underhill served on the des- Guinea Blak, and the Philippines. Keystone Heights Saturday were organ( of the State W.C.T.U.

troyer minelayer Shea, which was He has been honored with eight Mr. and Mrs. Buff Carter and The following poem expresses! rw't

Ridgeway Marvin Ware on picket duty during the fightingat medals: Asiatic-Pacific, Pre-Pearl family, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ben- the( love and esteem of the memory

Owners Okinawa. He was wounded in Harbor, Good Conduct, Veteran of nett and family, Mr. and Mrs. of this departed one:

the: aams and shoulders when a Foreign Wars, Philippine Liberation John Shuford, Mr and Mrs. Geo.
lit li Do Your Squeezing" Japanese "suicide" plane hit on the Philippine Campaign, Vic- Shuford, and Elma Crews.Graham. Faith and Hope shall pass away, :
Put Love can never die; ;
forward of the ship. Too Ribbon
part tory Sharpshooter Badge
damaged to continue in the campaign and Air Corps Wings. He will . . . Though love dearest objects of that .

n.. "'"',"111"111111'11111'1.111'11'1".1"111"' : '' the ship was returned to spend a short stay in Starke, Jri silent graves may lie. MAKE YOUR SUIT
the States for repairs. Prior to where friends are making him .

the Okinawa campaign Underhill welcome, and then will live with So Bleep, Beloved, take thy rest, LOOK LIKE NEW
saw action aboard the Shea In the his mother in St. Petersburg. By Mra. John :McKinney Our loss has been thy gain;

invasion of Iwo Jlma.FLORIDA --' . . a .- .- .- .-. Heaven Is richer earth Is poorer. You ran have Rnrlncr-like freshness restoredto
a I The Blue Caps won from the John McKinney was In Waldo Since Jesus called thy name.; your suit, If'you brine it to lit*. Back It f

Hawthorne Green Devils 4-3 but comes, Immaculately- clean- and perfectly
Friday on business.Mr.
I to the State The client grief that's In the soul, preened. Just It and how careful
bt"wi LIVEA TONE lost through errors and Mrs.fWiley\ Edmondson try we
Prison 8-4, and to the Jacksonville and daughter, Martell. returned No human eye may trace; cleaning can give your suit the look that wins
broken hid
heart lies
i* A mo. tfTEcnve Giants 4-3.: The games were Friday from Miami whey they! Behind many smiling face. admiring glances. For cleaning that's fresh!'
LAXATIVE thrilling all the way. The Blue bought a home. They expect to and sweet as a spring breeze, depend on us.

| DESIGNED TO FtOMOTC Caps out-hit the Giants 104. move there soon. We sorrow not as others do.
VIGOROUS HEALTH They declare that they will wind Saturday afternoon guests of Whose hopes fade like the flow-

up in first division as champions kfr.. and Mrs. John McKinney ers; 1MIONE 135

under their tricky manager, W. I were W. P. Bennett of Palatka, There Is a hope that's born of God,

4- W Parker. You are Invited to Rev. W. C Burton, Jesse Kitchen And such a hope Is ours. ROBT. nlO11J.l d 315
come out and witness another Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Youngblood;
thrilling game Sunday, June 16, at And Mr. and !Irs. Vesta Young- Tiou cans't not come to us again, GREEN -lew 7/ Temple
Reno Park. The Blue Caps now nut we shall go to thee .
Waldo.Mr. .
blood of 'fit;::. -
atIi) INSURECANNING have openings for experienced ball and Mrs Thurmon Jonesof When God's bright day of glory Owner Ave
players. Rising visited her parents Mr.
And eaith's night shadows flee .
-- -- -
and Mrs. Edward: Norman, Sunday.
W. W. Parker has taken over Attending services at the Christian -Dr. John McNeill.
i /'HI5'J1 h management of another ball club
SUCCESS Church from, Waldo Sundaywere Mrs W. N. Johnson
all-girl soft ball club who call
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Melton, Miss Susan Wallace, '
@ themselves the Daughters of the Mrs. W. H. Melton, .and Eugeneand Memorial Committe of the Laura }I'
Bide Caps. They will be seen In Theodore.MeJ ton..
M. Scott W.C.T.U.Sunnybrook.
jji Iff' the magic name In action and will cross bats against Mr. and Mrs. Lee Youngbloodof

fine toiletries for men Lincoln City (South Starke) Club Sarasota are spending this I. . . .

i will bring a grin of k qR Thursday at 4\& p. m. A party was week with their son-in-law and ,. .
given honoring the Daughters, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney : ....
appreciation from Dad on
they also received $25: to buy and family. They were also '
lathers Day They're [Hi kind n., equipment. They will be In uniform called to Donalcisonville, Ga. by By Mm. O. E. Crosby ;

of r toiletries masculine very soon, and appreciate the death of Mr. Youngblood's w . . ; \;

mannishly packaged your patronage. You may see the sister, Mrs. L. P. Atkinson.W. .
Rev. Ernest Knowlfs of Folks- "
Daughters practice and take their P. Bennett, who Is workingIn
distinguished by their clean, physical exercise every evening at Palatka spent the weekend ton, Ga., filled his regular appointment /,
I rtfttihing Northwoods fragrance. Reno Park. Don't fall the Daughters. with his wife. at Corinth Church Sunday -

Single units,,50c to $1.50; uSE Mr. and Mrs; Cauthefn of Vin morning and evening.We .
to Otis Crawford
are glad see .tsTYCEa
sets, $l.io to $3.30.ochDruSrore. . . . their cennes son-in-law spent the and weekend daughter with, Mr. able to be out again after -/ .
: having been confined to the VetHospital' -
and Mrs. H. C. Surrency.
BoatdrainBy with cran a In Lake City. He
Roy Roberts spent Sunday
his parents, Mr. an,1Ir C. B. underwent an appendicitis opera
Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffl tion.
Roberts.Mr. .
JARSCAPS . . . and Mrs. Tom Stewart of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby
Were visiting her brother-in-law fOn 1
IJy :Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffl. Brooker attended church here
LIDS : and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland -
Sunday r-
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Starling of of
Sullivan Theresa Sunday
A RUBBERS Sunday visitors of Mr. Mrs. T. L./;;aay and Delbert '
Bethel were Afternoon. Mrs. Sullivan Is recuperating EOVELINESSJUNE
and Judy Casey spent a few
And follow in..ruell .Ult and Mrs. Ralph Galney. afternoon with Mr. and after a delicate throat
[ >. B.11 Blu Book. To..e ,_copy Mrs. Emma force and son. Harold Mrs. Benson Buz bee and family. operation at Riverside Hospital "..," .' ...
I !edd...Ut- were visiting "- .
rod lOa with your.a.oM SIM of Jacksonville near Alachua.,, recently. .
..It 1I0THm COMPANY. ..Mf..,_-.1. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Griff re Mr. and Mrs. A. T Andrews Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Form of
Waldo and Mr. and Mrs. Warren
cently. week in
I'IiII""I'"I1W"II""III"IIIII'/ '".i spent their honeymoon
Mrs. Rachel Thomas of Brooker St. Augustine and other points of Kelly and children of Starke were SPECIALSHELENE'
visited her mother Mrs. Mary Interest. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.

Brown Thursday evening. Morris Kelly arrived Friday after N. Kelly recently.Mr. .

DATE Mrs. Oneta Howlnetx and children receiving his discharge from and Mr*. Otis CrawfordAnd CURTIS COLD WAVE

( JUNE 30 $ of Miami are visiting her the Navy to spend some time with baby Shirley Ann. were visit'
MEN fag relatives In Lake Butler Sun-
sister few days., Mrs. Clyde Brown, for a his and brother-in-law Mrs. George River and sister. Mr. day.Mr. $15 WAVE REDUCED TO $12.50

Geraldine and Ronald Brown and "Mrs. H. B. Kelly Mr.
last week.A and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and Mr.
relatives 'Christ
I lf were visiting Church Qf and Mrs. O .E. Crosby were business .
You have allowances for your large crowd attended prayer
been discharged Family visitors In Jacksonville Friday PERMALURE CREME' WAVE
hot n the will be continued meeting at the home of Mr. and The Church of Christ, W Her- afternoon.
Army-if held dependents
a ;
you William\ Green Thursday Minister announces the following -
grade< and wish to retain YOU have the RegularArmy night her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
i i if enter dinner will be
dependents then act only you Sharon Green was a "A Reason For Our Hope"
Lake Butler
rtTi June 5. 946.. is before July 1, 194. guest of Debris Gainey Sunday. the morning subject at 11 a. m. C.this C.week.Crawford _
last have been dischargedfrom of this section are with :?Th. Hand of De-
day If Housewives Sunday
on which can you W. T. and
you H. B. Kelly, Crosby
enlist wish to re- bean, the topicat $7.50 OIL WAVE REDUCED TO $5
in the Regular Army and the Army and busily canning peas string llverance" as evening Floyd and Russell Crosby were

still| take advantage of two imPortant enlist at your old grade, you tomatoes, and com. Some take 7:45 p. m. Bible Study Wednesday transacting business la Gainesville
the canning : A cordial welcome '
to 7:45
after their vegetables p. '
benefits retention must enlist within 90 at the school In Starke to all. Monday. All Specials Good During June Only
of your old discharge.And before Julyi kitchen of ).fra. Mack Henderson and children -' -
grade and family your and WUbert Prevatt
.. Act now.I&r1 Donald of Jasper and Mr. and Mrs.
11Io\llances.\ 19-16.Think it over. Sunday visitors of Bethel and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
I'LISTow their Bethel uncle were and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Gainey and Mrs.and Walter son were Starling vjsitlng of Cold Mr Jack oak were Andrews recent and guests baby of of Live-Mrs.Henderson's .
AT YOUR NZAIEST torn ro* yoU Gene Grlffls- I 'brother-In-law and
', I. MMT, A GOOD Brown is attending Heart Branch Sunday afternoon
STATION Galn U spending this sister. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cros
for Delorls y
Army School in Jacksonville a
U. S. Bible week with Myrna Harris of Clay II by. IOiE'18 STAKKE, FLA.RRA .
230;) P. CMOOM *,,..11 two weeks. Mrs Maggie Norman and grand
O. Building Fred Starling of County.
.. '' ,.ow, )[r. and
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Mr. and Mrs. Deas U.D.C. Members Jr. Club Plans I singing the of ''Ne

SOCIETY and CLUBS members, SCCOme i.4
: Enjoy Picnic Picnic and Dance Miss Nan Wallace '

I L; At Santa Fe LakeThe Members of the Junior Woman's Sentence prayers ....ere at]
j .. : : i'lrs.' O. E.
Club met Stansbury
Miss Wasdin Weds Crosby-Townsend U. Wednesday evening, votlonal I
I} """ W. T Weeks Chapter, June 5, at the club building.: Miss from the book f
A. T. Andrews In Marriage SolemnizedIn : D. C.. held Its annual all-day picnic Lillian Stump and Miss Audrey Mrs.and Stan bury also reld

Church CeremonyA Lake City .: at of Mrs.at the Junius Santa M.Fe Smith Lake home last Carlisle of their gave experiences interesting as accounts Army ness presided session oVer The a IJJet 8h.

background of bamboo another d Miss Violet Wareen Townsend Wednesday. This Is the last meet- nurses overseas, and showed manyof closed White with prayer byll

native greenery formed a daughter; of Capt. and Mrs. H. W Ing until September. their souvenirs Including articles
beautiful setting Thursday even Townsend of Lake City, becam 9s Everyone took a covered dish of beautiful Belgian'lace A Mr. -
Ing of last week when Miss Mary, the bride of Albert Lee Crosby and a picnic luncheon was enjoyed vase of lovely ?Innlas centeredthe Were and( Mrs Vaa 1 n!
Ellen Waadin, daughter of Mr son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosb) with Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Milton president's desk where Miss den's recent guest of 1
and Mrs. H. M. Wasdin became, of Brooker on Saturday evening Brownlee and Mrs. Earl Johnsonas Lucille Mitchell presided over the parents. Mr and !!
the bride of A. T. Andrews, son May 4, at 6 o'clock in the horn hostesses. There were about business session. ert !in Cross Oh.

of Mrs. Pearl Starling of Starke, of the .bride's parents In Lake 30 present. Plans were completed for a Miss Madge Brownie

I in an Impressive double-ring ceremony City. Miss Madge Middleton, president Barn Dance to be held on June 27, plane last Friday for t

performed by the Rev. L. O. The $ev. R. A. Guy, pastor 01 42f presided over a business session and also for a. picnic at KIngsleyLake her sister, Miss Mary
Hemingway in the Graham Bap- the Methodist Church in Lake y during which the delegates on June 20. The club also In St. LoUis, Mo. I
tist Church. City, officiated at the ceremony, were chosen for the UDCC con- voted to purchase cloth to sendto
Tall :floor baskets of gladioli and which was performed on the vention In St. Petersburg in Oc Oreece. "I LOST
other summer flowers stood at spacious lawn under a bower o tober. These were Mrs. L. A. Mrs. Bill.Alvarez was welcomedInto 32 IBS.!

each side of the rostrum, and roses. Tall baskets of Easte ,1 Davis Miss Middleton and Mrs. the club as a new member. WIAK One 150 SIX Ibo.. 14 AOAIN.
vases with :floral arrangements lilies and Queen Ann's lace were titi O. L. Bcasley. Mir ntry.olylq!
After the business session, the wWcb'WMkly wU A YDS ,
I' centered the top of the piano and placed at vantage points.A : t A historical program was pre- hostesses, Misses Freddie ,Wim- b.II in hw Candy a modol'Kwluciim. PUn.. .Si.
! the pulpit. Seven-branched candelabra program of nuptial music was sented by Mrs. G. W. Roberts of berlY: Bobbie Cameron, and Jean peyi.no. m.y or may 611'"Rot Vow be...
with tall white burning rendered by Mrs. W. E. Spenceat t ,. Lawtey or. Jefferson Davis, president Davis, s e rved sandwiches and >m. but try ihr Mils redtmy.'ho,
I tapers shed a lovely glow over the the organ and Gene Robarts, of the confederacy, whose Coca-Colas with potato chips and plan.Rttullt.Vrr or money fna Bo beck, A ..,Sy,

setting, and white tapers were also trombonist. Selections included birthday was June 3. olives.
atop the piano. "The Rosary", "Sweetest Story In clinical u u oomluottd by
Later In the evening home made medical doctors mart lha.lot
The lovely brunet bride, who Ever Told" and vocal solos "Oh pmoiu. iMt 14 ice cream and cake were enjoyed. WCTU Met Friday .....Ii.ln.few.....k.
was given In marriage by her Promise Me" and "Because" byMiss tb.A*D 9 Vitamin Candy win
father, had as her.mald-of-honor Eleanor Thompson. Liszt's In Tabernacle a.h.clDa Plan.
War Bride ..
Mlsa Bertha Leper, and as brides- "Llebestraume" was played softly English 0..0.01... No laiatirti.\.
maid Mrs. Tommy Mersereau. during the ceremony and the Honoree At ShowerMrs. The Laura H. Scott Union of I dra out.meali..Eat plenty. You doo't t nt

Miss Loper wore an aqua gown traditional wedding marches were the WCTU met Friday May 31, I, out them down.potato. Simple.Ie.wb.,y and carried a bouquet of white used. R. H. English entertainedwith at 3 o'clock In the Gospel Tab aojoy 1-..daliolutn. ANUS ViUnuif
Only WM fur '
gladioli buds. Mrs. Mersereauwore The. maid of honor, Miss Grace a miscellaneous shower at ernacle. Vases of roses and pink 30 deyt..

a pink gown and her bouquet Townsend of Washington, D. C., !'T her home Monday afternoon in gladioli were placed about the KOCH DRl'O 8T1

was also of white gladioli wore a gown of blue net over taf- Ti t :...... honor of Mrs. E. L. Griffis, who room and potted plants added to I'hnne 31
buds. feta and carried a bouquet of pink arrived Saturday from England to the attractiveness Tear Out This AdRemInder
The bride's book was kept by sweet peas and blue delphinium. join her husband here. The meeting opened with the
I' Mr. and Mrs. John Hall Deas are pictured above cutting their '
Mrs. Nate Dyal. who wore a pastel Stephen O. Denmark of Starkeserve.j wedding cake at the reception herd following their marriage here in About 30( guests were presentand ... .... ....- ,_ --..---- .-_ -
blue gown and a corsage of the bridegroom as best were entertained with guitar -
the First Baptist Church, Friday evening. May 31. Mrs. Deas Is
peach gladioli. playing and singing by John Hen-
former Miss Bettle
the of Starke.
man.The Hayes
Mr. Andrews had as his best bride, who was given In ry Walker. Refreshments of sand
'man his brother, Paul Brantley, marriage by her father, was nevermore -Photo by Hollywood Camera & Gift Shop wiches, cookies, iced tea, and lem-

and Tommy Mersereau served as lovely than In her wedding 1'1." onade were served by Mrs. English .

usher, gown of white lace and net over assisted by Misses GulnellGriffls
Mias Wasdin wore for her wed- taffeta. The dress fashioned witha Esther Grlffis and Esther

ding arv. exquisite gown of Imported fitted bodice which opened I&cSjk4JLtIIl7 English.
Japanese silk fashioned down the back with tiny self-cov Invited to enjoy this event with

with a sweetheart neckline, long ered buttons, had a sweetheart the honoree were Mrs. C. W. Col-
fitted sleeves and a very full skirt. neckline. She wore a sheer fingertip son, :Mr. and Mrs. William Grlffis
Her finger-tip veil fell from an veil ana ner only ornamentwas Mr. and Mrs T. L. Lee, Miss Es- .
orange blossom tiara and she a double strand of pearls., Unless my weary eye are playIng how to operate a new business ther Grlffis Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
wore a single strand of pearls, a She carried a white Bible showered me tricks, Starke should defi- which they plan to institute soon I Pooser. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bea- '1 X19 ;Y tt p9; 1 ryapteea
'gift of the bridegroom. Her bridal with gardenias and sweetpeas.The nitely be In the running at the In Green Cove Springs Hear : ver, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mathews I t'
bouquet was of white gladioli brlde/a mother wore for the Jacksonville Beach "June Moon that Madge Middleton and Bobbie I Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Webb, Mr.

caught with ribbon-edged stream- occasion a gown of white crepe, festival" Saturday How couldIt Breazealle "treed" a possum In and Mrs. Otis Geiger, Henry Wal-
era. with a corsage of white carna- be otherwise, with such a photogenic Bobble's chicken coop at KIngsley ker, Mr. and Mrs. DeWey Williams -

Mrs. Waadin, mother of the tions. The bridegroom's mother representative as Martell tother night : Had to call in Mr. and Mrs. Hastings, e
bride, wore a pink dress with chose a model of pink l lace with Edmondaon! Methlnks 'tis the neighbors to help exterminatethe Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Griffis, Mr. y \ 10.''b-

: white accessories and a gladioli which she wore a corsage of pink only right that Callstreeters the poor little thing, how and Mrs. Edwin Conway, Miss
corsage. rosebuds Mrs. J. L. Townsend, hould journey to the Beach In ever Carolyn Colson, Mr. and Mrs. t fIP'C -

I Mrs. Brantley, grandmother of grandmother of the bride, was order to give Martell plenty of Wilkie, Miss Martha Griffin, Miss I V<}.
the bridegroom, wore a pink gowned in aqua silk and wore a moral support so here's hoping And while I'm on the subjectof Mildred Padgett, and Miss XMetha $ J
printed crepe dress with white corsage of pink larkspur. that all of you who are doing animal stories, Lonnie an' Thomas. .e J accesorles and her corsage was' Immediately after the ceremony, nothing more Important Saturday Charlie Lou Vining finally discovered :,
i also of gladioli." I a reception was held on the lawn.A afternoon will hie yourselves to that the source of those Tuesday luncheon guests of Mrs

R. J. Gomes, pianist played the' lovely bride's cake centered the acksonvllle Beach and help bring mysterious knocks under their A. Z. Adklna at her KIngsley Lake
traditional( wedding marches and,' lace covered table and Mrs Tom hat, loving cup home house, that kept them awake several home were Mrs. W. J. Churchwell, C

with :Mrs. Jack Freeman, sang' Scrutchlns\ served at the' punch Hear that members- of the Rotary nights, was a stray skunk Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs. L. A. ',:
"Because". Mrs. Freeman also bowl. Mrs. Hicks Griffin and Mrs. Club to do with his nose Jammed fast Intoa Davis Mrs..W. L. Blair and Mrs ,-., "
are planning
sang "I Love You Truly" as a Wash Robarts assisted In serving glass jar The knocking was W. O. Halle. ,..
things brown when they are
and the bride's grandmother kept up probably caused by the animal's Misses Barbara Keen
colo. She wore a pink gown anda Virginia
hosts their at
corsage of gladioli. the Bride's Book to Rotary-Anns effort to break the jar by bang- Sewell and Idalou and Marjorie J
Gold Head Branch next Thursday I
The bride had made Ing it against pipes under the
her'homefor Davis arrived last
week from
After a brief moment with their
The eats will be In charge of
guests, Mr. and Mrs. Andrews many years In Lake City and know Muse 4 Honors for the biggest FSCW In Tallahassee to spend the
Fred nothingwill
Guy, so
during the' past few years had you disappointment of the week un- summer with their I
left for a wedding trip to St. be lacking on that score, respective par-
doubtedly went to Florence
been connected with the Bell Tele- ents.
Augustine and, upon their return,
since Fred Is definitely opposed
(Polly) Brown and Jeanette Mc-
home phone Company In Starke and
will be at to their friends at
other cities. to anyone going hungry an Lendon (of Orlando who were to
Park Place, Starke. affair of this kind Ted Os- ,
have left for
Mr. Crosby has spent the past together camp In
The bride travelled In a navy
blue six years in the Marine Corps, borne Is planning some real In- North Carolina the day that it
dress with which she wore
novations In the entertainment was announced that SELECT FATHER'S DAY GIFT
: children
white accessories and a gardenia recently returning from duty overseas -
corsage.Mrs. Before he entered the'service -, ine-chief of which be a from Florida would be allowed to

Andrews is a graduate of he was a student at the University -' "male fashion show", which should enter N. C. because of polio in
should really be something to South Fla. ,
DHS In the class of 1945 and Of Florida. write home about( In addition, FROM GEM JEWELRY
After ,spending some time with
an employe of the CountyAgent's
there will be a speaker who's absolutely Jimmy Hollingsworth writes
the guests, the couple left for a
office In Starke.
"tops", special music and from Oneida Tenn., that nightsare
Mr. Andrews was recently discharged wedding trip. The bride traveledIn favors for the ladles Sounds very cooland there Is a good
after three years of ser- an aqua suit with which she like a swell party, eh what? mountain breeze all through the HERE'S THE VERY LATEST IN
vice In the Marine Air Corps. wore white accessories. day That's nothing I .
Out of town guests at the wed- Thelma Jennings says she was know of several Callstreeters who

JordanHallMr. ding Included Mrs Helen Falling, angtng out clothes in her backyard slept under blankets at KIngsley
Ft. Lauderdale, Mr. and Mrs. the day after all those convicts e e
week! But I defy you
and Mrs. John Hall of Louis Latimer and family, Mr. and escaped from Raiford and to make anyone north \of the

Starke, announce the marriage of Mrs. Lawrence McGlynn and Miss all at once she heard Evelyn Mason-Dixon line believe It .

their daughter.. Evelyn, to Leon Sarah Nixon Gainesville, Mrs. J. Ritch yell ."Mrs. Denmark, come So long See you In the nextCarolyn
H. Jordan, of Thomasvllle, Ga. L. Townsend Lake Placid, Miss here!" All the neighbors -
Th. ceremony was performed In Madeline Crosby Daytona, Miss though the convicts must be after FOR GENTLEMEN !
Tbomasville last Saturday, June Dorothy Crosby, Tallahassee Mrs her, so they dashed madly over,
6th. A. L. Crosby. Sr., Mr. and Mrs and when they got there Ethel Rosa Lee Allen

The couple will reside inTbnmaavi Hugh Crosby and Mrs. H. H. Mott 3lggs was sitting nonchalantlyIn Weds Pfc Johnson
le. Mr. Jordan Is completing Brooker Mr and Mrs. L. 'H. the backyard shelling beans

his first year aa a studentat Futch Lawtey and Arthur Swan- Seems that she had an Miss Rosa Lee Allen, daughterof
the University of Florida. bom, Starke.W.S.C.S.. appointment at 4:30: and was already Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Allen of
running late and wanted Brooker. and Pfc Harry L. Johnson 8k

Need OFFICK SUPPLIES Full To Meet the help of the neighbors with son of Mr. and Mrs. F. F.
line at the Bradford County Trie- her beans Mrs.\ Thomas and Shepard of Oil City, Pa., were
graph. The -Woman's Society of Chris- Mrs. Denmark played good SamarItan married Monday afternoon, May
tian Service will meet Monday and helped out but Thelma 27. In Trinity Methodist Church in 1 BULOVA
afternoon, June 17, at 3:30: o' lows as how she was much too Oil City. The lovely candlelight B

clock, at the Methodist church. busy with her own troubles aervlce was performed by Dr. .
Business and program meeting.The Thomas H. Morris, pastor.
president Mrs. W. E. Middle- Jut In case. you hadn't realizedIt.
Miss Jean Hulsizer of Kane-
a ton. will and Circle Two Bradford County has a grand
vllle. was the bride's ll'
only atten-
A will have charge of the program. trs.total E.of six L. Griffls English' Mrs.war brides James: dent and Walter Johnson served ; .4)) %

as best man for his brother.
:! Mrs. R. C. Howard Paul pctutfl4J
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas Iayes, Pacler was usher.
e I I
spent last weekend In Tallahassee (Brooker) Mrs. Johnny Bennett
where they attended graduation (Hellbronn Springs), Mrs. Elbert The bride wore'a goldcoloreddress

exercises at FSCW. Their daughter. Tyler, and Mrs. Phares Mlxon\ i with brown accessories and .
Clarice and Miss Eva Faye What have those English girls.1'| a shoulder bouquet of red roses. .m

Galney of Brooker were membersof get; that I haven't got? Hear Miss Hulslzer wore an aqua dress 21 jewels
Commercialand .i.W'heD
the graduating class that Ruth Morse and family leave with black accessories and a :
Saturday for a visit to her old shoulder bouquet of yellow roses. c
PortraitPhotographers home in Connecticut, and 'twill be A wedding supper was served In you give fine gift be .

her first trip back since she cameo the Shepherd home to approxi- sure it's the finest of its kind-

EXPERTSERVICE Florida 20 years ago. mately T5 guests and a reception ; "The Excellency Group" by
Comer Perryman postcards from was also, held several days later '/? Bulova.
Hollywood Ola.) where he' putting at'the bride-groom's home., .

Greeting Cards 1 In the summer. night clerkIn Mrs. Johnson is a graduate of
the Sheridan Hotel recently BHS in Starke, and Is now em-
Photo Supplies eased by Carr and Clovla Colley ployed by Knox Glass Associates, r

StationeryHollywood Inc.Mr. Johnson Is a graduate of 1. PLINCITONZ11eJa $ 2.50 ..AMBASSADOR.-21 Jw sla '2JO C. TWASUW -hI Jrdt

Hear that Into Bobbin Is In
Oil City High School and is now I
Cleveland this week and when he in the regular army of the United Key Chains Key l'I I ets
returns it'll be plus a bride States.' Mr. Johnson will make i
His marriage to Elaine Sotnlck her home with his Tie & LinJ
parents when Collar Sets Cuff
will take place there Sunday he reports this month to Watch Bands .
Seems that Howell Nasworthy Kilmer, N. J. Camp !
Camera and I prior to overseas
was quite "taken" with the subways service.
Chas. C. In New York on his first I I
I visit to the big city last week* Mrs. Robert. Green Jr., left GEM JEWELRY ,
Gift Shop ShepherdAt Said he spent all one after last week to join Mr. Green In

noon Just seeing how far he could Washington D. C.. where they will
Call Gay's Service Station ride for a nickle! Phil Al. an' make their home. Mrs. Green
Street at Railroad i Evalee! Manuaa have been in was replaced aa clerk at the Starke, Florida.om

1"I Daytona several days learning Health Department by Miss Hazel J
I I I Fields. I
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I ITs of LocAL NEWS Mrs. J. W. Kincaid left Monday I Earnest Allen, son of Mr* D. --
for Tampa wbfere she will. spend' D. Woodard of Starke, will arrive Methodist ChurchThe | and pnoseaslonaetroyed. were totallyRaleigh **-

ten days. In Jacksonville wish to thank each of out .
I Friday to
of the Methodist friends I
young people who
many helped during Ctwi rand
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Brown his discharge from the
T, 1* Durshlmei Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree were Navy. He Church will have a Hobo the recent flra In which our home t family.
to Gainesville expects to be home
wilyh moved last week into and daughter of Jacksonville were Saturday by Sunday.Mr. Party on the lawn of the parsonage -
afternoon. .
and Mrs. P
which they recently here Tuesday visiting Mrs. Bo- M. Barefoot 120 Church St., Friday nightat
hoOle Mr. and Mrs. ree's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Jesse B. Alexander remains have as guests this week their 8 o'clock. All young people
hased Bennett. seriously 111 in a Jacksonville granddaughters, Suellen and Margaret -;. will come dressed as hoboes anda OLD TIME GOSPEL MEETINGS
hospital. Phillips of Lawtey, who are prize will be given for the
T H. Oaborne reed Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Brown are Vacation
r. and. si week from occupying the A. H. Green bun- Mrs. Lucian Conner and Miss attending the Baptist Church.Bible Schoolat costume. A good time Is In store EVERY NIGHT 7:45 P. M.
U1 /relatives Jer- ,Martell Edmondson were visitorsto for all.
in New galow on North Walnut St. Mr. S. A. Weldon and lIOn, Steve,
'It' City. Brown Is an of Jacksonville Wednesday. In view of so much suffering HIGH
New York employe the Florida spent last week tshlhg at Marco. SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
and Power & Judge and Mrs. around the world, the the ..
Mrs. J. D. Manning of Light Co. A. Z. Adklns Mr. and Mrs. Leon H. Stump, pastor,
r. and Into Mrs. I have moved to their summer homeon Rev. W. J. Churchwell, will use
of Hinton
Beach were outing Opperman, who formerly W. Va., are
ona Kingsley Lake. as his subject Sunday'morning, Come Sing the Old Gospel Songs
saturday has resided here for the past five! new residents Parrish, Mr.- and Mrs. Fred F. Stump Stump, who has been Instructor 16, the topic "Being Fed,
a flight
Mrs. years, recently moved We
and to Gainesville : Must Feed", The Church of
r atendlng to business
and daughter in for.the Navy at Jackson
Rosa Carter where she will make her' Jacksonville the living God holds the key to
visiting In Thomas-. Wednesday Mills WV Va., is the new instructor -
"e,, were home with her son-In.law and SPECIAL: Guaranteed permanent at Conway Airpark. every situation. Wo today, a.Chrl.tlana .
Sunday. L i A. R. HOEFLES
Ga. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe'C. wave $::1 at Lrlla'v Beauty Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Roberts and art challenged to send ,
rEI1.-\L: Guaranteed perWallace Devlin. Salon. food, clothing, and the Gospel. e t,
son, Perman. moved to Starke
$:.S at Lella's Beauty Special music by the choir and a WESTERN EVANGELIST
t wave I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson and Miss Florence McCulley was last week from Bruoker. They are soloist.

Thigpen has been son, Roy, Jr., recently moved to hopping in Gainesville Tuesday.Mrs. occupying the Crews, house next guest -
fl. hospital for Palatka where Mr. Johnson is Valrie 1 Pal atka A Man of God With A
to a spending evangelistic, with the pastor
ned operating a restaurant. some time in Richmond, Miss Mary Louise Durshlmer
days. Va. : speaking on the topic "The Con- From God
.mi Green spent a Aprons in unique'and exclunl\e where .he"was undergoing who has been spending some time Message

M. Lorenzo week with relatives styles, reasonably priced. Mrs. II. medical treatment, spent a few at Indian Rocks Beach with her. dition Upon Which We May Expect -

days this !_' Hough, 214 I'ark Place. days with Mr. Kldd here this aunt Miss Margaret Durshlmer.I Forgiveness". Everyone enjoys -,

fayO. week.Mrs. has returned to her home here. i this service, featuring Also Pastor of

T. Frank Landrum and Mrs. E, L. Matthews and familiar hymns. CALVAKY HA1TIST CHURCH

daughters have returned from a daughtersMary Agnes and I Youth Fellowship will meet at

visit with relatives in Ohio. Madge Anne, spent several daysof 6:4: ,Sullday evening for a help. Hradenton, Fla.

Misses Margaret and Eleanor last week at Jacksonville i, ful and Interesting program.

O Durshlmer of Brooksville. Fla., Beach with Mrs. Nat .Norfleet and Prayer meeting each Wednesday 1IHAU THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS:

fjeS and Newark N. J., children of Madison.Mr. evening at 8 p. m. Come and

were visitors at the home respectively of Mr. and Mrs.. .C. H. Nasworthy bring your Bible and study withus. Fri., June "Ovcrcominjr The Ievil"Sat.

Os" and Mrs. F. L. Durshlmer for a returned Sunday from Atlantic ., June 15-"Turning Hack The Clock"

few days during the paat week. City, N. J. where they attendedthe Vacation Bible School starts Sun.. June Hi-"The Difficulty of Being I..old"1Ion.
Friends will be glad to know convention of Rotary Inter Monday morning at 9 o'clock. A

that T. J. Griffin returned to his national. Before returning home very. fine staff of teachers hasbeen ., June 17---"Two Opinions"Tues.

A WOMAN WHO LOST home here Sunday afternoon after they spent several days in New secured which Insures the ., June 18-"C. I. O., A. F. of L. or Union With

AHOOO RING WHILE being seriously 111 at the homeof York City. school of being a great success. Christ"
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Powell of All boys and girls are Invited
ft IM SHOPPING RETURNED Dr. and Mrs. C. C. MendozaIn to Wed. June 19-"Almost a Christian"
Jacksonville for the few Newton, N. C., are spending a attend. School hours will be
+ THIEVES HAD STOLEN days. His condition Is greatly im few days this week at the homeof from 9 to 11:30: a. m. each morn- Thura., June 20-"The World's Greatest: Kidnaper"Fri.

proved.Mr. I Mr. Powell's grandmother Mrs ing. There will be singing, visual ., June 21"TheIark: of the Heast"Sat.
HER MINK COAT and W. Laura I. Powell. aid illustration Bible study, han-
Morse and ., .lun 22-"Will the Atom Horn He lined on
children Richard Morse, and Miss I' Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley'wlll dicraft and refreshments. A profit- Hus..da1"I

Sylvia Morse, will leave Saturdayto have as guests Sunday Mr. Bcas- able time, both spiritual and I

spend a month In Mrs. Morse's ley's son and daughter In-law, physical for those who attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bcaaley and
former home in Connecticut. .. .
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Mra. W. M. has their son, Earl, of Goose Creek, R ...
I Wimberley -
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A"i H FEW SECONDS AFTER RE HAD returned from visiting her husband Texas. Alexander

DECLINED TO BUY PLATE GLASS in West, Lake Wales. Mrs.. Maude of Jacksonville -

___ INSURANCE A MERCHANT Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Phillips were I: is spending this week with CASH PRIZEFOR
1- h Mrs O. J. Griffin. $5
5 shopping in Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr.
; WATCHED HIS EXPENSIVE WINDOW and Mrs .A. J. Meister and'I Mrs.othel M. Biggs and daughter. -

SHATTER ... NIT BY A STONE. daughter Barbara of St. Peters- Dottie Sue, spent the weekend

burg were guests Thursday of last with Mrs. Biggs' brother and
sister-in-law Co!. and Mrs. O. W
week of Mr:and Mrs. A. F. Sauls, TIlE BEST NAMEFOR
and other relatives here. Griffin in St. Augustine.
Members of the Business Wom
Miss Margaret Russell of De-
Land. an FSA Supervisor, Is en's Circle of the Baptist Church THE NEW
and their husband. enjoyed a picnic -
spending this week in the homeof
I ,' Mr. and Mrs A. F. Sauls and at the Klngnlcy Lake home of

riT PISTOL POINT,AN IRATE 1 //fSHOPPER Miss Louise Snyder. Mrs. Barbara Breazealle lut'week.
A CLERK / There about 18 Seafood &
were present.Mr.
FORCED LOF t! Dr. Lemuel Colson made a busi- PoultryMarket

HAND OVER A BIG ROAST I ness trip to Jacksonville Thurs- and Mrs. N. Sternberg, who
NOTHING' ELSE. are spending the summer at Daytona

_.M BEEF..n..p- _... a i .=_:_.-- day.Mrs.. C. E. Mattix of Mt. Vernon Beach, were here several

111., came down Sunday for days last week.

her children, Edward and Pat, Friends will be glad to know

who had remained to finish their that Miss Hazel Phillips returnedto

H ;C. Wall school term when Mr. and Mrs. work at Leila's dress shop

Agency Mattix went North following his this week after a recent-, opera .

discharge from service. He runsa tion.Mrs.
Constant Service Over 50 Years furniture store In Mt. Vernon W. H. Perkins returned
and Mrs. Mattix Is employed by last week from: Lakeland where To Open Friday June' 24

Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED Montgomery Ward.M. she spent the past three weeks ,

J, Jordan of Shreveport. with her daughter. Mrs. R. B.Trask. .

La. is visiting his parents, Mr. Stith of All Entries Must Be In Bv June 21

and SPECIAL Mrs., W.: T.Guaranteed Jordan. permanent D.Dr.C., M.son-in-law C. of Mr.Washington and Mrs., Tuesday, :,

wave $5 at Leila's Beauty H. L. Brownlee and a former resident -

Salon of Starke, was presented the No Relatives Will Be Allowed To Participate-

In SALE-127. 620 816 and 120. FOR RENT!: -Clone In, 2 real nice At the annual conference of the honorary degree of Doctor of
1m at Dahmor'n tllft Hhoppe. It bedrooms, hot and cold water In Methodist church last week in Divinity at graduation exercises at
room. J17 Cherry St., Phone Stetson University In Deland on
""SE FOR RENT-3 room. and 164-W. ltdm Daytona Beach, Bishop Moore appOinted GLENN WOOD OWNERP.
lIb.'135, at city llmlts:RInSALE the Rev. W. J. Churchwellto Monday, June 3. He was accom- ,
k', VIII.. It LOST OR STRAYED cow. dark return to the Starke Church panied by Mrs. Stith and Misn
brown, white face, horn knocked
-2 Jersey cows milking down, 1 ear off by nrrewwornm, much to the satisfaction of the Madge Brownlee. Box 83 .
04. Also 6 head hogs- See L. 4 brand DM. 1 male yearling red membership here. Other ministers Mrs. R. E. Thiess and daughter, ...
erhauah Hampton Fla. lip white faced nhown lots of Brahma Miss Shirley Thel... of JackHon-
hornn, marked swallowfork I well known here received the following -
R BALE-Pip. and plumbing, pea under nlope.: If found notify : Rev. B. M. vUle, Mrs. Roy.Smith of Tennlle,
"lpm.nt for kitchen and bath. 8. C. Harley. Lawtey, Fla. appointments Ga. and Mrs. M. F. Brown and MAIL YOUR ENTRY TODAY
W. Oliver, 101 Lafayette St. 6-14 2tp Montgomery, Madison; Rev. O. C.
ark Marcus, and Florence,
Powell, Grace church, Miami; Rev.
WANTED.- R of Mr. and Mrs. K. G
coederate are guests
VOL'R capper R. Fruitland Park;
FARM, cm AND liver or ). Henry Guy
blllfi, old U. S. and confederate Lake Wales. Duncan and family at the Slade
fSTSZSS PROPERTY withoutntampii Rev. Laurie G. Ray, ,.
with or
enveloped Olin W. summer home on KIngsley Lake.
stamp collection Will Friends here of Mrs.
pay top prices for any of above White are glad to know that she Mrs. D. W. Moore spent the
material. Wrlto and Klve description weekend with her brother-in-law Kitchen CabinetsWhite
her serious ill
nf ItemK for rnle. J. IJ. Vlckertt. la recovering from
.IC La.. IaLL P. o. Box 1011 Lake City ness. Mrs. White wishes to thank and sister, Mr and Mrs. T. F. I y

?".* .*.."!..ETAt. .f __ .Kla. n-7 4tp ail who were so kind as to remember Brown, in Hampton and attendedthe Enamel Finish(
** Property. HM .ad. aver LOST-On little red mare mule. I her with flowers cards revival service there.
"''. .t lIome._........_ branded on left hip. clip In right she Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Holton spent A beautiful and useful .asset to any kitchen tti
sa LB>r.ra from mil over tka ear. If found, notify O. E. I and dainties to eat; and hopesto in
of their vacation '
,J-I** open II.tl.' *. dwfor.your soon be able to see her friends several days $55
18TROUT nypouLwiillxbe Tifton. Ga. with Mrs. Helton's .
:'o br.u Itp when they
brother-in-law and sister Mr. and
bpnmented Locally,By Mrs. W. D. Faxon and daughter,
', C. HOLLINGSWORTH SECRETARY-experienced wantedfor returned last Friday M>.. Roswell Whiddon and family. % '
I I executive offlcen of UnitedSugar Donna Dee, and Mrs.. W. 1. Edwardsand Swings "
116 So. Walnut St.' Corporation. Young ladY from Columbus, Miss. where they
preferred n'RE99E8 Overtime after 40 hour*. Submit visited wire Sunday guests of .12 Inch SOLID OAK WITH CHAIRS '" --
of all kind r.no- full details of experience with Mrs. James Hubner They were
'tM, furniture selected Mr. W. H. Struth and Miss Kate
""uh.d, upbol.tered application. Applicants accompanied home by Mrs. E. J.
\! Drop u. a eard.ITIS08 a. eligible will be notified to report Struth. $6.75
MATTRESS CO., E'ol: for Interview with expenneiipaid Flynn and Mrs. Douglas Lavlng-
It Palatka, of personnel Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Searing
FI& 11It Write Director houze who met them In Mobile. ,
United State Sugar Corporation and children, Burge and Carol, Baby
SALE-De""a. ('Iewl..ton.1o"lo.ld.... It Mrs. Hubner also came home with
Columbia and
W. II. Perkins were
and Mrs.
th?phonograph record at and her mother for a visit, since her
tlhoppe. Open YOUNO LADY with typing. office to duty visiting relatives In Lake City.
Tminrs denlre husband has been assigned High ChairsSolid
until 9. shorthand
1tKI work or other employmentdurlnir Mr. and Mrs.'C. D. Shank and
FRONT month" Writ overseas. Lewis of Roanoke -
LOTS-Ideal bulld'r'lt. summer returned home daughter. Betty ,
""on Silver Lake. WS.. Box: 431A. Starke_Up J.f"red Guy will arrive Oak "
'bl",. Va., today to
vacation ,
week's ,
Theresa, F].. 5.31 4t Monday after a
LOST-1 red Duroc. and 1 Ro- visit Mrs. Shank's brother and
R M. which he attended the
Lu.E-Two during
.a 11. saxophones. floor Chester thin wwRivereward. Itp In sister in-Iaw, Mr. and Mrs. James
.... merino plywood paint. cy- F. Whr"ln. N tary International convention .
PI"nlc benches and table N. J. and visited Lewis.
bln.d. for can- Atlantic
ramp From Blandin.surplus J. property Maurice GREEN PEAS 1.SO per now hamper.ready -J. A.. his brother In Princeton, N. J. He Mrs J. A. Robertson of Flora-

sr tt Ilowara, 11th and Grande-Starke14 Itp also spent some time in New York home was a Monday night guestof Baby Carriages
JrO/JRAPUE Mr and Mrs. W. O. Halle.

TF.K I'OA It CORPORATION Wahl Evemharp fountain City.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B. Arnold of Jacksonville
LOST U recuperating
Ted Simmons
kRES 11.9517.95 19.9535.95
DDI. TO MAKE SEVERAL pen red with 3 fold check Notify were guests recently of ,
TIONS I 3 reward. a major operation
TO ITS 8TENO- 'him ball clip. | after :
lip Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Nunneryand .
PBrlt' STAFF FOR ITS AD- Telearrarh in St. Vincent's Hospital ,
IT yLLVE OFFICES. SUB- lU."lonary b..rr Jacksonville last week.Miss Mrs. W. N. Johnson. One Used Bedroom Suit
AIIJ' or EX- .
ftiP ground.By Mrs. O. O. Webb mov-
rV WITH APPLICATION.KLECTKD plants. first year new Gloria Buford a Senior I Mr. and Plate Glasn Mirror
:' JglaLp AS bed or ed to Starke recently from
'! I 281. :I miles ea..tot at St. Luke's Hospital In..
: BM NOTIFIEDINTERVIEW em place Road Weldon. Nurse Oak. Mrs. Webb ts the former 69.50
REPORT rke Steve her va- : 1
FOR 8t ..14 lOt Jacksonville, is spending
'f F'1UREfViaEB!: PAID.. WRITE with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aneda GriffI
'l1an: 6TATES PKRBONNEL. and b'tlldlnitn. cation Mr*. R. R. Thede and -on.
D.TION Sl'OAR COR- FOK SALE plumbingIjtbni'Jniber Mrs. R. C. Buford. Jacksonville spending COIL SPRINGS Size 3.3 .. .. .. .. 12.65
., CU5WI8TON. FLOR1 Camp Blandlnir, call any day- Mrs. Lois Johns Is spending a Ricky, of are ,
1t e-7 4lp with Mrs. come time with_ her mother,
Henry }[un..r..4r. three weeks' vacation

Hollywood, FJa. BALK- lerr>'. lunch. good B. F. Glasgow In Senath. Mo. Mrs. F. H. Long We Buy and Sell Good Used FurnitureWe -
'I FOR good bu"ln.*n.OwncY Mrs. Dick Rockwell
location doing Mr. and

Hotel 1 Sheldon Box JJ1.wishes Stark, to Fl-v rttlra. P. (0.tt left last week after being time. stationed They- New River'Cl1urch { have a few of the scarce Items such as electric Irons, oil

here for some
THE BEACH NO nOACHES ANTS.A.ro.ol FLIES But.Bomb. or. lived 111 the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Green, clerk of the New stoves, linoleum rugs, and window shades.
fi.as It you use our Church U asking
kerosene Mr. Rockwell left River
This I. not the W. O. Halle.
EAi\ TERRACEDINING Lasts for weeks.AUtFountala overseas and Mrs. for a full attendance of the mem- .___a
type. tf service
Rockwell went to their home In bership at services Sunday mom- A
ROOM COTTON K A 08 want. Ing at 11 o'clock. Important
CLEAN K'" Pennsylvania.Mrs.
'llntlYllnr. RGUug .Tenon Cannot button.use pants To or per overalls Ib.-DraoJ- Jeff Johns and Mrs. Morris Item of business will come before John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

Esc a Deep Sea 'ftrd move County T.I..raph. If Carter of Lawtey %"nt the the congregation at this time, the

!i: FlshJnci .. RENT-TWO Iroom furnished weekend with their sisters Mrs. clerk states. It \Is also plannedto PHONE HI STARKE FLA.

Special Summer Rates FOR good location.heater reap- Carrie Smith and Mrs. Raymond sponsor a Revival Meeting In I
c. water
Can SSSCocaCol. the near future.
_50 *y. Mjr. turnl.b.d. Inquire t! Strickland In Bushnell. 1

plant. t






e e e e e e e .1 t home) of :Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan's and Vita, of =-

I III Neglected But Fascinating "St. Johns" Modernized Farms Youth Groups last Tuesday. at the home Earltoll of MFL etrY
Theressa Mrs. D. L. Railey was hostess Inson Sunday J
t t ]
Tells Robust Story of Zepheniah Kingsley afternoon
Saturday night at a delightful Mr anti
Help Keep Rural Interest Alive By Mm. Jaune Swindell Marion
given in honor of
party of
birthday Miami
JI By Rill Duncan surprising, authored as It Is by e. a e e e e are Visiting
Cabell, whose allegorical "Jurgen" I her daughter, Merle. A large A. L. and C SUllivan hJa

This Is a'sort of book review about was one of the ten or fifteen finest By IRA MILLER not only to make farming easier, but Mrs. Lynn Tomilson and daughter crowd attended. The honoree received A good iii,

a work that has languished, novels of the 1920's. He wan Farm Elcctri/Ication Bureau more profitable. With them, work they Wanda, and Mr. and Mrs. G. many nice and useful gifts. community many are peoPle, ,
virtually unnoticed, on the shelves J. Hanna, outstanding feel. they can ,do present and refresh- attending
assisted by A. The of keeping younger more economically and faster, using W. Ezell of Jacksonville, were Games were played Joying the
of the Public Library for lo, three Florida historian. Cabell's generation problem"on the farm" Is often the time caved toxfxpand current farmIng visiting their parents Mr. and ments of Coca-Cola and cake were this week, revival ta ',

year; a book that merits a good treatment of various key figures I subject of considerable concern operations and thus Increase the Mrs. R. M. Hersey, a few days served. ,'

bit of attention/locally/ because it might, to the most conventional, among farm famiUei-many time family Incomer_ last week. Miss Elsie B. Garrett of Green Don't forget services g,

tells the whole story of Zephanlah seem a bit Irreverent; but our convictions !' coming up for earnest discussion too 4 Mrs. Hilda Griffiths and children Cove Springs was a weekend visitor the Baptist Church mol,

Starke's Kingsley long-favored the man for lake whom resort matter rests are to Its the case contrary.on the fact The I'I and late daughters for'parents recapture to help the their eager-sons are now with her parents, of her mother, Mrs. J. P.' Dick- evening. Prayer meetlnr

near they once showed for agricultural I Ie Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan for inson and family nesday night at tte.
named. characters
was that Cabell knows his
pursuits. awhile. We welcome them to our Paul Bender and sisters Van church.
Branch Cabell's "The St. Johns: an something better than names In Be sure to aj
Three of the primary reasons, agricultural community.Mrs. .
A Parade of Diversities" treats a textbook, and brings them to specialists ay., wh"oun,
KIngsley Mependez, Ribault, life. Most books of Florida his- men and women want to leave farms W. B. Webb and children,
Bartram and such not as heroes tory lire' something to accumulatenames to live in cities are: a desire for city : Mrs. Boyer. Mrs. S. W. Griffis and

but aa human beings which, to all and places, this should pass convenience so often lacking in I son were Friday visitors of Mr

Intents and purposes, they very cobweb, but for those who like their own homes; long hours of tedious -I ; and Mrs. James Swindell. s I
probably were. According to Mrs. fascinating facts about familiar work with comparatively small I I Miss Betty Lou Powell of Miami 1

H. H. Young, librarian, who also muster. cash interest returns In, farming and a gradual activities declineof durInc -' I arrived Saturday to spend a few

considers It one of the most readable their formative years. days with her aunt, Mrs. E S.

Florida histories ever published . . . The first two of these obstacle to Slbtey and family. tDJJJ...
the work has. been given a continued enjoyment of farm life are We regret losing Mr. and Mrs. J

mild response here. Which seems Brooker being countered, to a, large extent, L. V. Williamson and daughterfrom

a pity, but'a matter not beyond by the opportunities provided by our community. They are CJ.Io

recall. The book, looking almost By Mr*. T., W. Markey electric home place power make to modernize housework the easier old y Y now living In Ocala. We wish j..cI r... are hauling lors er I h

as new and unmarked an when It . '. a e e I and put farming on a more auto- them good luck and successin I (/) for a big company, you arc ell

was released In 1943, is available I Cadet Perry Gainey of West matic, efficient and profitable bads. L their new home. I to their Special Sears Dunne
to all who would learn of the day I Survey indicate that today's farm Mr and Mrs. James Swindelland
his ,
and I Point is here visiting parents -and their mothers too- McGee
when englishmen, Spaniards girls are son, Larry, and Elmo
Frenchmen killed one another with I Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Galney. keenly Interested In electric washing weekend visitors of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brewer of machines, ranges, water heater, refrigerators were
rare and royal abandon along the Sidney Griffis and friends in Lake TRUCK TIRES"S
Arcadia are here visiting Mr. and and other electrical appliances IT'S FUN TO MILK-on an electrified .
banks of the St. Johns, from approximately .
Mrs Earl Green and Mrs. Earnest which their city cousins have farm. Geneva. .
due east of here to Edwards. taken for granted for ;year They Willis Swindell was a business All Popular Sizes.
the river's mouth, or what Har- want electric lights, modern bathrooms One of the best ways for boys and visitor In Jacksonville Monday.
riet Beecher Stowe was really like Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry and and farm freezers too. Few girl to keep their farming interest Mrs. S. R. Swindell and son. s

in Mandarin, or what happened to Wanda and James Dees were Sunday want to grow old doing the family alive thereby meeting the third ob- Walter were Friday visitors of BUY ON
who tried to take guests of Mr and Mrs. Ray- washing by hand, cleaning rugs with stacle, 1 II through participation in
the Englishmen W. C. RhodenIn
I an old-fashioned carpet sweeper or rural youth organization, such a* her daughter, Mrs.
mond Crews of Jacksonville I
Fort San Marco, or
heating water and cooking on a coal 4-H and Future Farmers of America. Starke.
peatoxm Esquire Kingsley himself, Miss Marie Edwards, Miss Phil- or wood burning kitchen range. These and similar organizations! are Mr and Mrs.CharIie Ousley and
lave trader and owner of 90 miles I lls Hazen and Miss Eva Fay Farm boys also yearn for city conveniences continually encouraging the develop- children of Perrlne are spending I : .,$ *,
of plantations, from Ft. George Gainey of FSCW. Tallahassee, and. In addition want to ment of group and Individual farm their summer vacation at their Aj
Island to Lake George, around are spending a vacation at home use electricity to perform chores projects which act as a constant stimulant and also I I
cuta with their parents. which dad was brought up to do the to agricultural thought! and camp on Bedford Lake I I I Store Hours Dally 9 A.M.-5:30: FJW. Saturdays ABL-ll
1817. Although old Zephanlah Ha-
the Mrs. Rural Dukes and childrenof hard way. They don't relish pumping, action. Many member of group of visiting their aunt Miss
large figure in our history, water by hand when electricity can this nature have built up their own
nearby lake Is the only place In Dukes, were guest of Mr and do It cheaper and easier. They'd; like herds through club project, and all I gan.We are very glad to hear that;

Florida bearing his name. It does Mrs. Roy Green Sunday. milking machines, milk coolers, milk of them have acquired a new appreciation Mrs. S. H. D o d d is Improving
not seem known for a fact that E. J. Lewis and daughter Iva house water heaters, grain elevatingand and understanding of modern at Pines.A .
he visited the lake, but very prob- Mae were In Lake Butler Monday. barn hay curing equipment, feedgrinder farming methods which, often, decided nicely Bay crowd attended the Free Flight InstructionSOLO
ably did in the'course of wander- Mrs. Sanford Ritch of Starke and electrically; equipped them to remain and prosper on large
farm shops. They want these devices, the farm. "Cottage Prayer Services" at the
ings In and about his extensive spent last week here with her ( )

properties, Black Creek the lake's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. .
outlet, becomes the St. John's sec- Brown. Friends of Mrs. Brown ONE CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION With Each Purchase of aNew
ond largest tributary (the Okla- are glad that she's home Improv- WOMAN'S OPINION e

waha is largest), and It seems en- ing nicely after having a major

tirely likely that he journeyed operation In the Gainesville hos- Not long ago a 20-year-old co- father was a soldier. The neigh- Piper CubDown

down Its length and, on discovering pital.Mr. ed won her way to the finals In borhood children were even for-
the large, clear lake, enthusiastically and Mrs. Merle Gano are oratorical contest
an at North- bidden to play with me. My
named It for himself. upending' a while here with his E
western University stating that mother used to try to comfortme
The quality of the book Is not parents, Mr. and Mrs R. F. Gano. she would ( Payment $665))
never ex-GI
i iI iI marry an by saying that If a war came
Mrs. Ray Green and children "because they make poor husbands" these same cruel people would "
were visiting her parents, Rev.
pat the soldiers
on the back. I
and Mrs. G. E. McCauley of Pa- She branded the OI as lazy doubted then that their attitude Select The .Leader. .

latka Friday. Ill-mannered, uncultured, and too could change so much but he W or Id's Safest Trail i
Mrs. Vance Russ, Mr and Mrs.
boastful of his
war adventures.She prophecy has been fulfilled. Many
Ernest Russ, Mr. and Mrs J. B.
stated: "I want my prospec- Is the time I've seen people take "
/ "
( Ius'oIl':\ and Mrs.. C. L Atkinson -
tive husband to be
able to think my father's. hand and "Hello,
I say
and daughters, Joyce and for himself, rather than sit back Sarge; you're an old-timer, aren't See The New Cub Now On Displa
Ilene attended the funeral of
and complain and hope that the you?" They didn't think about
I Mrs. RUMS' mother, Mrs. Atkinson, Government will find a solution that ten ,years ago and they

I } In Donaldsonville, Ga. In the form of a bonus or dole. won't ten years from now. People CONWAY AIRPAR
Lonnie of
Morgan Tampa was
In the heat of some raging hell forget and ,their tongues '
here Monday visiting friends. he may have lived a century In bitter and their hearts grow cold .. f, CONWAY ,- LIBBY
Mrs. Eva Clemons and daughter \
a few seconds. These are moments in the process.I'll .
of Worthington Springs were he must?learn to forget, match my GI husband Phone 64 STARKE AUTHORIZED CUB DEALERS

visiting friends here Saturday. I or at least to.bury.; He will know against the guy the co-ed gets, On-the-Mlnit Service
J. p. Roberts and son Per man
PROMPT SERVICEDAHMER'S that the real heroes are buried as far as man-to-man goes. MineIs a
of Starke here after-
were Sunday
on foreign soil. or at least some- a GI and I'm proud of him.
noon. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts mov-
where in the vast area." I'm proud of all the 14 in my
ed to Starke last week. Friends
I Her cruel and heartless statements family who were GIs.
here regret to lose them from our ,
Infuriated me, I This
although young lady, who thinks
GIFT SHOP community.Douglas Hazen Is here visitinghis well realize there are people with they are lazy Ill-mannered and
as little sense as she apparently boastful, should ask the wife who
Mr. and Mrs B. F
110 EAST CALL ST. has. Maybe In her opinion all of holds her husband to give him
Hazen: He Is a student at the
the heroes are burled on foreign to
strength the
fight battles with
s PHONE 88 University of Alabama .
soil-but not In mine. I think I the grim, dark memories that
M. F Hazen of Starke was
can truthfully say that every man haunt his mind. She should hold

who was overseas was some wom- his arm while walking and all ofa

an's hero, To every home that is sudden feel him jump becauseof

lucky enough to have a returning a strange movement In the

veteran-he is their hero.I dark-forgetting he Is home. She I

after the can well remember a few years should aakj the .widow: who had to
game... back when I was a child and the give a GI husband. Ask these

neighbors used to try to make women if a,:GI makes a good

s i me feel disgraced because my husbandI",

J . . . .
win and W. H. John a, Wyan

y-' HamptonBy Matchett, Betty Weest, Donald 9

/ Slade, Bruce Hall, Silly Horne and W N

: Mrs M. (;. Sweeney Spencer May

t TIaAN U !.. e e e . a a .
IC Mr. and Mrs.,Marvin Ogden of

BIRTHDAY PARTY Pompano visited Mr. and Mrs. B.

4LEsmo ffR Mrs. Wilson May entertainedon Y. Saxon and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest

Saturday afternoon of last Morris last Tuesday riYS'Ya y "r

I tAI..N week with a delightful children's Mr. and Mrs Herschel Parker -

party honoring her son, Billy who and daughters moved here last

was eight years old on that day. week from Gainesville. i T *T4&J>
e _,.,
Mp-av.wfn M ANN. rM
e" f ".4 Many
games were enjoyed before Mrs. M.\. C. Sweeney and little fir

the attractive gifts were opened. daughter, Connie, are visiting Mrs. tY' Ilb bt
Betty Weeat and VV. II. Johns won +
Sweeney's sister Mrs Marlon
prize In the game of pinning on Gnann, at 'Jacksonville. #7dLk&
the donkey's tall. n rs
STARKE DAY Mrs.\ VVqaon. May, Mrs. Thornton
The little folks
were then invited Johns andMrs. Bert Hinson spent
into the dining room wherea
Thursday shopping in Gainesville
large candle-lit cake centeredthe
atKingsley Misses Betty and Martha
Refreshments of cake,
punch,. and cookies visited Tallahassee; last Friday
were served WORTBetter
and Miss DOLLARS
to the guests. Barbara Home of FSCW
BeachEvery returned home with them.
Mrs. May was assisted In serving -
by her mother Mrs. Minnie Judge Hiram Bryant and mother,

Johns of Starke and by Mrs. I.. Z. Mr. Be sle Bryant and Arnold make it $35,000,000 worth, if tion of that, $35,000,000 was spent

Thursday From 12 to 6 Johns, and Mrs. B. I*. Hinson. visiting McClenoh friends of Fort and relatives Myers were over you want to take the whole order at one along our Kne Those purchases help*

Beginning May 30th .. Those with enjoying Billy; this were happy Lamar occasion the weekend. They were accompanied time. maintain employment and keep the wb

PRESENT THIS AD FOR Brown, Brenda Sue Hinson. Ed- Harvene on Watterson to New Orleans where by Miss they Steel,crossties,tablecloths,coal,lumber, of industry and commerce bummi m

here 'Saturday afternoon visiting will spend a few days sight seeIng chinaware, fuel oil..and thousands of Southeast They also representother

Free relatives.by Annette She was Green accompaniedhome who will ){r.with and'relative Un. A. P. Stringer of items from paper clips to locomoevidence of the Seaboard's constant**

spend a two 'week's. vacation with High Springs spent a few days tives went into that order for the equipto make every contribution Wlthime |

17\ her.ITCH. last week with Mr,and Mrs. the t
lt materials and advancement
Williams. supplies purchased by power to the

PICNIC TABLES Mr. and :Mrs. Lawrence Ming the Seaboard last year. we serve,.... ,

Large Room For I and Mr. and Mr. )(. I*. Watter And, as in every other year, a large por For Seaboard is that kind ol a f*

Dressing Accommodations .. ".;- son were fishing In Cedar Keys
Are you tormented with itching of
We Suggest For A Good !Meal TRY OUR .u..*.tn*. p.orla.l r..h... In...ct
bkt ,
foot eruption*,rectal
CHICKEN STEAK. FISH AND SHRIMP DINNERS itching or other externally caused Lee FenderArie
kin IroubUsT For quirk rrllcf and "

Cottages, Rooms, Apartments Reasonable Rates MENT.rood result D.v.lop use..d VICTORY for the boy OINT-In Lee Fender Infant daugh- EA30
the Army, now offered to the folks ter of Mr. and Mr. A. J. Fender
back home Whit, *tr.*..l.**, antlxptle. died Monday June 3, in the ; ;i
Ala- ;
Safe for babies AIR LINE RAILWAY
Billiards Boating Bowling or chlldr.n chu e
A nm you can't orat.. County Hospital in Gainesville

KINGSLEY BEACH LOCATED ON BEAUTIFUL VICTORY ..OINTMENT.._ .. .r.-...th. flneet.JCARPR1TBIf and burial was held at 2 .

KINGSLEY LAKE Next Door To Camp Blanding II.'. .. ,Surd .F 'I p.m. Wed., June, in New Hope
Cemetery at Theressa under the

direction of IXWitt C. Jones.




J ., 11. 1948 BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKQRAPFI. 8T4RKR.' pop >;A PaAv 1IIJ1V: ?""

Plane Winsome ClassThe 1V: (".R'I'T ('OI's1T nRAi>FORnC
I' H Mil. "" .01111).'. IN CHAN.KUV. i E ESllvla

ARMY AREAS '...- '---' ..-.. '. ,-...... .- ,- (' .
Winsome Class, of the Baptist Heaver Plaintiff. "a. WI!
lie IVaver, l>ef..n ; -i Church met Tuesday June 4, 4793\ ,.
.. with Mrs. Fred Ross and Mm. ORDER OF PUBLICATION
.I Jimmee McMillan as co-hostesses. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Willie
The vice-president, Mrs. Ralph Beaver. who.* residence I. un.kn'.n .
T M :
Alvarez, presided over a business
c You are required to appear on
session. I June 84ih, 1946 In the above named
IRST yARE Court and cauM, wheroln plain..
The group presented a written tiff neck divorce. Bradford County
request to the City Council to Telegraph shall publish this Order
In next four weekly Uniee.
I IFTH ARMY AR A "0"sm5RMY continue Its donation to the health Witness my hand and official
hEA clinic and made plans for helping neat at Htarke. Florida,. this May55nd.
!: with the dally vacation Bible ( anAL) A. J. Thomas
sc A /(R.h1tEA School which is being held this Aa Clerk of said. Court.
H. O. Drown Stark. Florida.
week and next at the church. Attr. tor Plf.! 1.14 .t I-it

Volunteers were also requested for ,
'y- i IN <'mcriT rovRT. BHAi>roiuCfUl'NTV. >
NV1 ;.:{ duty Sunday mornings this monthIn : FLOHU, IN CJHAN.C. .
VV'V} the church nursery .I'Y. _
8 i N.d McKnlirtit.. Plaintiff, ".. Susie
FfV a 1: I ,. Mrs. Van H. Carden gave the MolCnlcht. Defendant. Case No.
L FtmmARMY. (e V. ; '\,4" .. +: devotional from the 13th chapter n...
\ < ,
Tw MM 3 '
\r..' >'} of Corinthians and Mrs. I* NOTICE TO Al'.EAHflTATI
.. ,_ ,, '.,' Haines led in prayer.DO OF FLORIDA to: Nude
,M ie"..,,'"' ... D'I Knight! whose roaldono la unknown

W-rose A "roadabls" plane long a dream of aircraft deslfners Is shown You are required to appear on
above as pictured In the Jane loam of Science Illustrated matailne. YOU SUFFER WITH June 14, 1949, In the above named
Court and wherein plaintiff
This experimental model hit a 13 -hp. engine erotoes In the air at KIDNEY TROUBLE ? M t ka divorce cau.o. Kradford County
110. m.p.h. and en the round at 60 m,p.h. Forward end of crankshaft T.I"cr.ph shall publish this OrderIn
drives a propeller rear end the wheels. Bwtrt Baokkch. Arm and Lee pain.. next four weekly lantiev.AVItneaa .
hand and offflalseal
netting up night, want or frqu.nfc /.se. my
MI* of Urln* may b. your Warning Bin- at Htarke, Florida this May
...1.! Aaa quickly. tr. aIDNO-VLVBR Snd.. 194AOVPtCIAl.! .
Baptist Circles now. You may .xpea' relief within a... I ( SHAM A. J. Thomas.
.. Modern Design hour Enjoy. unbrckin tlMp and nl... Ralniwd b U IIlit. U.p.rtm.nt Buraau of Public K.lMlnru. Kidney Aotloncm Kn.cn. 1C. Doiltilna, Ualneavllla, Fla.

frHIS MAP DEPICTS the new division of the Continental United States Into nix Army area Met This WeekCircle KIDNO-rLOBJI at any Dm Ston. Ally, for IMf. I." 4t -14

Force's control,a part of the War Department Reorganization Plan announced ':"
Ground One of the Baptist WMS .
Army 't' .... .
sly. Under this plan which becomes effective June 11, 1946 Army a ion* will replace Service met Tuesday, June 4th, at the il":.....,'.' ''<1': ,:' ,' -:- -

d'' and will place tactical as well as area command in the heads of Ground r<>".'. a.,.. home of Mrs. D. L. Silcox. The : \". :

ndert. Headquarters for the six armies will be located at the following ciLi.*..: hew: Y_.fc '!1... WMS\ president, Mrs. H. L. Hough !'t13 A

"more.'" Atlanta San Antonio. Chicago and San Francisco. ___ presided over a business session. Sii..

This circle is to provide super-
I I Methodist Circles vision of the church and flowers .

the month of
during June. Arrangements
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Met This
Week were made for pro- SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET
viding refreshments for the dally
Farm Home & Auto Mrs. Barbara Breazealle
was vacation Bible ichool at the church SEA TROUT PERCH BREAM
hostess to Circle One of the
this .
Inc. Missionary Society
Supply fruit salad with Ice
the Methodist
Church on Monday
box cookies and drinks were served
141 WEST CALL STREET June 3rd, at her Kingsley Lake by the hostess. Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry
home, where a profusion of Shasta --

daisies were used for decoration.The Circle Two met Tuesday. June

circle chairman, Mrs. A. W. 4th, at the home of Mrs. Carrie MAGNOLIA FISH MARKETCALL

Fishing Tackle Anderson, presided and openedthe Ingram and plans were made for
ff' meeting with prayer. Mrs. I. helping with the. vacation Bible

utomotive Supplies i I P.as Shepherd secretary;transacted and local her offerings duties I I School.Tempting refreshments were tJUST _......"."..".."..........".lUmi.slliiHHHHIHilllHIIHIIIIHIIIIIIIIHItUIIIIIIHUIIinHIHtl.......m.,"..........".."..""'......"""""".',."""..".".,".,.,..".tllHIinilHIHIIIIIIIIIMrlMIIIIIUiirillllllHinillllH............"......."..............'.......'.'."......'.... ''IMtllrHI.'.. ..,.'."W...I.III..111'...II.III...II11II.m. Mil...1IIBIIIIIIII..,...,,'.'Illltll.. ...1ST....I".,III...SI...111../._"'1

and pledge money was receivedby served following abort business a

Electric Appliances Mrs. Titus Olson treasurer. I meeting. ,J ) '

Baseball Gloves devotional Mrs. A.and Wood reviewed conducted the third the Circle Three met at the homeof INK L E R Electric Service

.. chapter of "The Fatherhood of Mrs. G. A Anderson Tuesday
God", which Is the spiritual life June 4th. The living room was e 222-221 '
Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.
study for this quarter; and this attractively decorated with vases

service was ended by the Lord's of roses, daisies snapdragons and TIKE OLDEST IN THE CITY

Plastic Garden Hose SO'sTIRES Prayer repeated In concert. gladioli. ..

The hostess served her guests Mrs E. E. Gunter was welcomed Radio Service That Satisfies Try Us!

with refreshing iced tea, opened into the group as a new

faced sandwiches potato chips and member. Mri. D. W. Moore con JVe '
Strive To Carry The Most Complete
olives. There eleven ladles
were ducted the devotional and Mrs. W. h

present, one being a visitor Mrs. J. Epperson led in prayer. Mrs Stock of Tubes and Parts

Bruce Montgomery of Griffin, Ga. A. E. Wall program chairman
Circle Two taught three chapters In the bookon
TUBESdBATTERIES Mrs. Hattie Hathcock and Mrs. soul-winning. The circle expects Ik. loin* for Jane Alireeon'a WE NOW HAVE ATTIC FANS
energetic temperament Is her
Janie Avery were joint hostessesto to finish the study of this ehartreoM drew trimmed with
Circle Two at the Avery Inn. book at the July meeting, which new buttons, appliqued design and a Place year Orden for your Hot Point..Rang.. and Refrigerator.ANo .

I A number of vases pf zinnias were is to be hell with Mrs. E. W. narrow binding on lu abort raglan your Btndlx Waflher

placed to advantage In the spacious Hayes at her Kingsley Lake cot I leeve-all In navy blue floppy
room where the meeting was bat of die aam fabric U similarly We Are Filling Order As LUtcd.
tage.Mrs. trimmed. Jon will be seen InWCM
held.Mrs. S. E. Sparks circle leader. '. "Two Sisters from Uoe>.' See Us About your Wiring NI..
A. Z. Adkins, circle chairman presided over a brief business ton.**
For Trucks, Tractorsand presided; Mrs. L. D. Vining session and closed the meeting LICENSED & BONDED ELECTRICIANEXCELLENCE

acted as secretary and Mrs. W. with prayer. Mia Caudie HazenAt
IIII1WIWIUllnllIIIIIIu"UUljIUI.II."IWUI: \ G. Halle gave the treasurer's report ,- Mrs. Anderson served her
Cars ..
Passenger and collected offerings for guests refreshments of punch, Dania MissonMiss t

missions and local work. fruit salad and crackers. Caudle Itazen daughter of '

Mrs., W. J. Churchwell con Mr. and Mrs J. F. llaien of '

Aerosol ducted the devotional service and Members of the Business Wom Starke, was graduated. on Mon in all the thoughtful relations of Scr-

led In the program, which: 'was en's Circle enjoyed a covered dish day, June 3, from Blue Mountain vice with convenience and compUtt-

taken from the third chapter.pfThe supper at the Kingsley Lake cot- College. Blue net as well as tartful economy in the
D. D. BOMBS Fatherhood of God", sfffer'' tage of Mrs. Barbara Breazealle Mountain Tenn. 'I j' measure that it it needed.

which Mrs. Churchwell and Mrs.L. Monday. June 3. Husbands of She will go now

D. Vining led in prayer. "Jesus the members were guests and to D a n I a, Fla,,

Insect. 0 Blitz and Man's Sonshlp" was the subject swimming was enjoyed, before where she will *

followed by Mrs. Churchwell,, supper. assist the pastorof y

Miss Olive Ray and Mrs. W O. the Baptist DEWITT C. JONES

Halle. The Kingsley Lake"'''Circle met Church i n mis- j 'x ''; AMBULANCE SERVICE

Guy Andrews, Pres. & Mgr. At the close of the meeting the at the lake home of Mrs. Bill lion work In the d

hostesses served their 16 guests Sweet on Tuesday June 4. The Seminole I n dtanReeervation. | 1 Funeral Director

with delicious Ice cream potato program was a selection of let L-. STARKE PHONE 7
chips sandwiches and cookies.In ters from Baptist missionarieswho Miss Hazen is Trainingcome l tu e-

response for a request for are serving In foreign coun- a missionary, and will enter Our local funeral home enables us to

help, each circle brought a number the Baptist Seminary next fall. offer conveniences and services not
of bundles for a box to be tries.The hostess served fruit salad She will return to Starke In August otherwise available. .

packed for the Rosa Valdes Set with cake and coffee to the for a visit with her parents.A .
tlement In Tampa. The superln- guests. : We furnish the highest type service at the; lowest price and

J e IS e e e. e .f.......nwtM..... .CfrtA.......*.*. Cornell. UrKn.. .nsBBBWl..- accept ANY life Insurance policy In force. Issued by ANT company -
, \ 1 t 20th was as payment in part or In full on a funeral. Consultation
away In Ormond May
. v a Pine Level born and reared In Starke- carries no obligation.:

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Oy Mr*. H. M. McRae Scott, and slater of Rev. W. A. ---

S e. e e. e. e. Scott and spent her beautiful

Mr. Driggers of, Green Cove girlhood here; was graduatedfrom EXTRA FRESH BREAD! Ii
Bradford County High
Springs was a weekend guest of
school, and later taught In Brad.
Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall.
schools, and In Or
N ford County
J Mrs. W. J. Johnuon of Raiford
( Sure there mond, Florida, where she met and
HOWDY : spent last week with her daughter 011
are women who drive from the I Mrs. Joe Starling. married Stanley C. Carnell prom.

back seat-and there are also, Mrs. W. D. Miller of Orlandoand inent business man of that. sec l.ItlS11'"ttAIIIIS
( husbands who cook from the Mrs. Ruth Tyler and daughter. tion.Doris
was a loyal friend a faithful
table. of ,
'" dining room I Miss Shirley Denmark Tampa worker .
church and community
"What kind of men are moat were called here because of the 'Srr.V
other things,
having among
popular with women T" Illness of Mrs.\ Austin Fender In for
received special recognition
"Thowe who' always remember the Alachua County Hospital
\ a woman's birthday-but Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick Red Croat work during the war. d
She will be sadly missed by a .
; never remember her age.! and parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. 7'
wide circle of friends and Fl.
She: "Why did you tell Mrs., McRae, were visiting Mr. and
husband was' in Jacksonville ones as was attested by
Jones that, her Mrs. A. F.
lost all also visited Mrs. many lovely floral offerings,
when he had only They
dead Sunday. r
I I i beautiful funeral service.held
I ?" Raulerson] who is ill in the
O. J.
his money
Make "I thought I had better Riverside Hospital. I I Iby her Pastor Ffhnd Rev. Dlck-
Your Last Longer
ert. at her home-going.
break it to her gently. I )wIr. and Mrs. Robert Starling The faithful husband and two
difference between spent the weekend
What l" the of Palatka of
and a good Mr. and Mrs. J. ,fine boys have the sympathy
a man with his parents
Only the most careful laundering of your I I i all friends. 4
cider T E. Starling.Rev. 1 Who Loved Her.Carpenter's .
shirts is wise can't risk wear The older the man the weaker I W. E. Hall and Robert E.' -By One work!
You I' to
nowadays. right
1 he gets! -but the older the : Taylor made a business trip to' 19 I Fresh active yeast goes

!Ing> or tearing them! But, if you send them I elder the stronger old !customer It !gets.are I Ocala Monday.tt GE 7NEl No lost action-no extra steps. Helps give sweeter,

to n!% you know they come back safe and And getting our stronger and strongerfor tendent 'of this institution toys asks for l SPEEDY SIRE, tastier bread flavor-light, smooth texture-perfect
clothes and
us. all the time. We suggest -, for more 0' freshness! IF YOU BAKE AT HOME-always useFleiflchmann'a
sound-and so beautifuUy'finished they look- I that try our service.you'll children under ten years of age. RFL/ff fOR ACPN
you members wish to give active fresh Yeast with
If some
find out why ,
as crisp as To all shirts on quickly the above mentioned articles / IGFSTION i
new. keep your motorists like to trade here. some,of please leave them with Mrs. the familiar yellow label. Dependable w

your back longer, call us today at 28. GULF OIL,PRODUCTS Will Blair at Leila's Shop. for more than 70 years-America's

Washing Polishing tested favorite.
Greasing CHILLS & FEVER 4 1 ,
: Temple & Lake DUETO MALARIARELIEVEDgjj h.gfr- .T

IO.NE STARKE, I Service Station I II I! f I

28 and LAUNDRY FLA. I Phone 179 ; Drug Storr ;

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== Revival to BeginAt Red Cross WorkersAt A.CKHV.C. "lder, Plaintiff, vs. Annie

Pine Level Production Room FedORDE Rs PUHLICATi0NN62.:. It's time to checkprinting

lam deeply grateful to AND NOTICE TO APPEAR pour
Sew for ChildrenMembers STATE OF FLORIDA toi Annie .;
Felder, whose resident'** and address requirement
In: Windsor Pox 250, Charleston -
sr those who voted for me and of the. local Produc- South Carolina.I Letterheads .
e You are required to appear on Envelop
fe tion Corps of the American Red July 15th, 1946 In the above named i Business Cards
(supported my candidacy for Cross are now devoting full at- Court and cause, wherein plaintiff titNtiM
'' seek divorce. Bradford CountyTelegraph
tention to the nee'd for clothing
abroad. Mrs O. E. Stansbury, ; next; four shall! weekly publish: Issues.: this orderIn All Types Ruled Forms
Justice of the Supreme Courtin j Chairman, announced yesterday.The Witness. my hand and official sealat
!},,, > I Starke, Florida, this June 12th
group sewing meetings are 19f9. BRADFORD COUNTY
the recent Primary. i'/ held at the Episcopal Service Cen- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, TELEGRAPH
A* Clerk of said Court.
ter each Thursday afternoon from T. Frank Landrum, Starke Fla., Phone 29 Starke
2 to 5 o'clock.: Atty. for Plf. 6-14 4t 7-B Fla.

Paul D. Barns While the Red Cross can meet iv: cinrrrr -COURT r BRADFORD

only a small percentage of the COUNTY. KtLOKlDAI IV CHAV.:
great need, Mrs. Stanabury said Henry Dreker, Plaintiff VH.
that the national program should Bertha Ellen Dreker, Defendant. Venetian Blinds
demand for Case No. 4851.ORDER I
go far In meeting the OF PUBLICATIONAND ,,
children's clothing. The tentative NOTICE TO APPEAR | FOR HOME AND OFFICE

, schedule, contlgent upon available Ellen STATE Dreker OF FLORIDA whom residence.to: Bertha and 1.. EXPERTLY MEASURED

\WINDOW SASHESMADE supplies, Is composed of such address Is: % Pearl Cochran. B20 AND INSTALLED
26th Street, Hunting-ton/ West Vir
items as layettes, rompers, snow
TO ORDERALSO suits, boys' shirts, shorts and gin You la. are required to appear on |jN==P.We. Repair Them Also
coats, and girls' skirts and dresses. July 16th, 1946. In the above namedCourt
and cause, wherein plaintiff
The Rev. John A. Leland, noted Clothing for children has been seeks divorce Bradford County GASSEIT
chosen because the majority of Telegraph/ shall publish this OrderIn STOREE.
Evangelist, will be heard each next four weekly Issues.
evening at 8 p. m. in a series of requests have been for this type. Witness my hand and official
DOORS SCREENS seal at Starke, Florida. this June CALL
& revival meetings to be held in the "In addition, Mrs. Stansbury 12th 1H4S.OFFICIAL. ST. STARKE, FLA.
Pine Level Baptist Church, June said "as children have been the ( SEAL) A, J. Thomas,
most innocent 'and helpless vic As Clerk of said Court.T. .
'. 16 through June 23. The public Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla., -=
Is invited to hear this famous tims of the war, It Is logical that Atty. for }'If. 6-14 4t TSiv

HARTMANN FURNITURE Bible teacher and preacher. Each the sympathy of the American ('IHfTIT cornT, IIRADFORD 9: t/ U m mm. Delicious
service will be preceded by con rubllc should be directed more to' rOI'NTY FLollll.t/ ('IlANCFn -

gregational singing of famll'ftr the children than to any other Frank Y.Harrelxon, Plaintiff I vs.Bertha r -II..IU1S'; Pies.Cakes
and NOVELTY COMPANYOn hymns. The church ,busses will 1 group. Need among the children! Harrelson, Defendant.. Case :
provide transportation to and ,Is ]'ent. Many are unable to I No. ORDER 4NBO. OF PUBLICATIONAND 1'K \\f.pl' C 00 lea'

Road 13 At City Limits from PIne Level for anyone who leave their homes or attend school' NOTICE TO APPEAR
because of the lack of adequate STATE OK FLORIDA to: Bertha
desires this service.Rotarians Harrelson, whose residence and address \t:: We specialize
clothing Mrs Stansbury urged I'r .IM: % Clerk of the Court c wr: .:;s;. cakes of
that "everyone who can possibly Jeorgretown, South Carolina. all kinds
HearConvention attend these sewing meetings, You are required to appear on
July 15th, 1946 In the above named
Report. please do so. We need your help. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
if we are to do our part. I)I Beaks divorce. Bradford County JACK MUSGRAVE

HOSPITALIZATION Interesting accounts of the Ro- Telegraph" nex:. lour__.!,aUI W..K'y? bllhOrder,!Loss. BAKERY

tary International Convention held RevivalOff I' Witness my hand and official seal 706
Hampton at Htarke Florida, tills June 12th. AVE.I .
1. Hospital expense! up to $325. in Atlantic\ City last week were 1948.
brought to the local club Wed- to Good Start (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,

2. Doctor bills up to $80. nesday by J. Fred Guy and C. H. T.As Frank Cleric Lnndrum of said Court.tttarke: Florida
Nasworthy, members of the Good attendance and fine Interest Atty. for Plf. 614It 75IV
3. Cash income up to $100 per month for loss Starke club: who attended: this inspiring is being experienced at the : CinCVIT COURT IIHADFOIIU
: of time from work due to any accident. or event. Union Revival meetings now being CO''- T''. FLORIDA IV CHAMCKRY. -
: sickness '' held in the Hampton :Methodist .
Theme of the five-day conven- Iva .
Mae Endlcott, Plaintiff vs.
e Church each evening at 8 o'clock. James" Endicott, Defendant. Case I .
tion was the 'Intel-nationality of A
For Additional Information, Clip'and Mail Especially enjoyed are the stirring No. 4384 ,
the Rotary 'organization well ORDER OF PUBLICATION
demonstrated by the fact that messages by1 Evangelist Piper AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

Name ______-_,_________._.,.lc._.._ Age____ more than 15,000. Rotarians and and the special music furnished Endlcott.STATE OF whose FLORIDA residence to:Is James Job. ,
members of their families from by a large choir*and a Preacher Ky., and whose last known address Sun. Mon. Tues. June 16, 17, 18
I Quartette composed of Piper, In' 502 Broad Street C.P.O. C A O
Address __?____.____?-------------- CO different countries were in at- Dodd, Rivers, and Scott, accom- Railroad 1 Company Columbus, Ohio. 'sAQAICC4TI
tendance. You are required to appear on U I\
panied at the piano by McDowell. July 15th 1946. In the above nam
Preceding the report of the ed Court and ,
The wherein plain
-- - meetings continue through cause
convention delegates, the Rev. W. June 23. Control tiff seeks of divorce Minor and Children.Custody Brad and GARY COOPER INGRID BERGMAN

PROFESSIONAL INS. CORP. J, Churchwell described some of ford County Telegraph shall pub-
the suffering now going on in NOT 1CFI llHh this Order In next four weekly
Notice In hereby given that Issues.
Florida's Oldest & war-torn areas of the world, cit- County Assessor of Taxes. fur Witness my hand and official seal
", largest Hospital Co.THERE'S ing facts that he learned while Ilrudfurd Oounty, Florida, will meet at Stark., Florida, this June 13,, Wed. Thurs. June
with the Hoard of County Commissioners 1948. 19, 20(
A REASON- at the Methodist Conference In of said County, In the of (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,, '
Daytona last Week. lice of the Clerk of Circuit Court A. Clerk of said Court. Tt1i: FE
at Btarlie, Florida, at 10:00 o'clock By Lucille C. Conner D. C. STRANGERS S
I. O. Box 501 Gainesville Fla. Dist. Office Cueitfl at this meeting'Included A. M. July lit., A. I>. U4. D' A. Y. Covington, director of purpose of hearing complaint. and Attys. for Plf. 6-14 4t 7-5 GERALDINE FITZGERALD
receiving testimony an to the value ,f
the Bradford Health Dept., and of any property, real, personal, or
L Robert O. Carter, sanitary consultant County Intangible Assessor, aa fixed of Taxes by the: said W.C.T. U. SYDNEY GREENSTREET PETER LORRE
on hi.
with the state Board of
I Assessment Roll for the year 1948
Health. and for the purpose of perfecting,
receiving ahd equalizing Much TIlE PLEDGE

of ssffasmitnts1.Taxes and. The the Board County Assessof (Signed by Frances E. Wlllard
Methodists Aid County Fri. .
oooh Commissioners may. continue In when a child.) Sat. June 21, 22
munition from day to day. for
World Sufferers week or as tong 'an. neu.n..ary.one "A pledge we make no wineto DOUBLE FEATURE
All persons ownlnir orouertv ntib- take

What a BARGAIN! Cognizance of the suffering now County lest to, Florida ttXHessnient, are notified In Hradford to ap Nor brandy red that turns the "Sheriff of Redwood Valley"and
being experienced many partsof pear at such meeting .or meeting. head,
the world was taken by the tirvtimony to make complaints as to the value or give of such Nor fiery rum that ruins home,
1 Starke Methodist Church Wednesday property real. personal. or Intan.glble any. Nor whl..key hot that makes -
night when a "Love Feast', as fixed by the County the sot. ''
Assessor of Taxes. upon his Assess "My Name Is Julia Ross"ALSO
was held during the usual Prayer meat Rolls as they desire. Nor brewer's beer, for that we
Meeting hour. Given hy order, of the Hoard of fear;
County Commissioners .
Large boxes were placed in the County, .Florida .June 3rd., A. D. i And cider, too, will never do--
vestibule 191! *. To quench\ our thirst we'll eltvays
of the church for the (OKF1CIAL. SEAL) A. 7. Thomas -
collection of offerings of food and It Clark bring

clothing. Cash contributions were 1 N O-TIC H Cold water from the well or
also received.Aa The Board of Puhllo Instruction springSo

this Ia'the beginning of the of wept Bradford.wrlten County bide on Florida the following will ac here we pledge perpetualhate

new conference year, members routes: *-
Y signed pledges at this time for Fla.Mrs. .Lee' ,Green. ,Rout*,.' .- Brooker, To all that can Intoxicate.: us help you ",

; the support of the church duringthe Hum ,Mote Route .-. Brooker to Signal Press, Evanston HI. >,' .
coming year. Starke.Routs bringing e.high school pupils select .t i"

to Hrooker to meet Sum:! Mott Route .;::l...,:lit, .
Did :\
will be
accepted on or before
Baptist Church Monday July 1, im at 10:00: WATCH .
A. M.The. .
"Spring Cleaning in Jerusalem"is Board reserves the right to Deserves
reject any and all bids the BestREPAIR
the subject be brought by A. R. McHAE.14 .
the pastor at the First Baptist 4t T-8 County Supt.

Church Sunday morning It will TO WilOH' IT MV CO"('..ItN:
be the third in the Series of "June no This longer 11'1' to be give responsible notice that for 1 will any

Journeys with Jesus to Jerusa- debts contracted by Louvenla Oas-
lem". klns
1.28Willard C. Oasklns
Sunday evening at' the Happy -
Hour the pastor will bring an NOTICE

,. evangelistic message and the con ALL NOTICE WHOM' IS HEREBY IT MAY GIVEN CONCERN TO

t gregation will sing favorite hymns that I have filed my Final Ac.counting .
and choruses as. Administrator. of the 'Trustworthy Service
t Estate. of Arc him Id H. Green de.
4 The Training Union meets at ceased, and hav.> petitioned the
6:45: to discuss the topic, "ChristIn Honor able .:. K. Ferryman as Harley F.
County Judge of Bradford County. Strong
History". There are Unions Florida, fnr Final' Discharge .. of
for each age group Including the 19th lay of July.. 1945.
U J. been, as Administrator.. 137 West Can St.
adults. -U tt 7ciRrriT. In spite of nice
shortages ice still have a
Sunday School meets at 9:45 to BLANDINO JEWELER
Have You Seen Those study the lesson, "Sharing Jesus' 1V: COCRT. BRADVORD SINCE 1941
Kingdom Purpose*.' Departmentsand COl'NTir.: FLONlOAl IN: CHAN. selection of gifts Jor Father's Day. We

3 PC. Maple Living Room Suits The classes Sweetest for Hour all ages of the WeekIs know he will be pleased with .

Wednesday at 8 p. m. A friendly -
welcome awaits you at this and ...
to At Rosenbergs? all other services Clothingand .
Botany Ties

Slightly Used, of Course, But What A Buy At Red

$31.50 & $42.50Also Be Represented ChapterTo Shoes fit Sport'Shirts

Ajt Swimming SchoolPlans '. ..\ a Bathing Trunks <
wide for first aid and swimming FOR Straw Hats
a variety of Tables Chairs instruction sponsored by

Cabinets, Cooking Utensils, Luggage the American Red Cross were an- e Bath Robes

., and Hundreds of OilIer Items From that nounced Mils this Freddie week. Wlmberly It Is stated, of TheEntire: Family .
the Surplus Sales at Camp Standing. Starke is leaving Sunday to join
a preparatory training at

YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF Chlpleyt the Pine Ga.1I.ountallState'. Enrollment for Park.the I Every day is bargain day Sport Slacks

TO LOOK THESE BARGAINS OVER local classes will begin early in Tie Sets

July.Through the Aquatic program, I at the.* **

lifeguard service will be provided

SAM I during the summer months for
ROSENBERG : outings of 'the Girl Scouts and ALVAREZ'ESTABLISHED

other organizations at Lake

Kingsley. Members of the classes STAR Store

& SON are to be given transportation to
the lake, and will receive elementary -

Instruction in swimming and
diving as well as in first aid. 1891.am


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Bradford Health Board To Aid sent to parents soon after the G. I. Eating Habits known: ''IIn". Srhlmmetprennlir, whose real MoKnlcht. Defendant. Case No.
and baby's birth that corrections or You arc required to appear on dene la unknown. *7**.
Parents In Recording June 24th U48, In the above named Tou are required to appear on ORDER OF PUBLICATION A
TO Considerrt additions can be made, eliminating Studied In Survey Court and cause wherein plain June 24th. 1,44. In the above named AND NOTICE! TO APPHAItSTATF3
Is Birth CertificatesMoving misunderstandings years later tiff seek divorce. Bradford County Court and cause, wherein plaintiff OF FLORIDA to: Susie .4
Operation Conducted HereA Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn seeks divorce nrndford County McKnlght. whose residence U un
, The project is begun on a six next. four weekly Issues. Telegraph shall publish this Order known: .
of strong to cooperate with the months basis, but it witness my hand and official In next. four weekly Issues. You are required to appear on
, expressions was said that War Department survey attendant Real at Starke, Florida, thla May Witness my hand and official seal June SI. 1949, In the above named
tog County CommlaV U. S. Census Bureau In an effort if it proves successful It may be Und, UU.OFFICIAL. at Starke, Florida, this May Slnd, Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
bY flay of adopted as further to a program for stopping ( SEAL) .A.I.: Thomas, 1949. seeks divorce Bradford CountyTeletraph
the joint acquisition to have every birth certificate In safeguard to Aa Clerk of said Court. (OFFICIAL SEA(.) A. J. Thomas, shall publish this OrderIn
Air Field for perfect order the State Board of birth certificates. food wastage In the Armed Forces II. O. Brown. Starke, Florida A* Clerk of said Court. next four weekly Issues,
stone Army Atty. for Pit. 6-14 4t ,.14 H. C. Haldwln, Ualnesvllle, Fla.
Countyune The started last week In the Graham Witness my hand and official
local Health this form is to be
purposes, the week began sending to mailed to Atty. for Plf 6.24t 1-U seal at Htarke, Florida Ibis May
3 approved a meet-I parents of newborn babies a query parents soon after the original and Brooker sections. iv ('IR't'IT coriiT. tnvoiin -- I Undo 1M.. '
jointly by form to which a photostat birth certificate is filed In the Wilbert kdgerton and Robert CO I'VTY, FI.OHIU.tl IV ('II& iv! rinrriT COUNT tin \nronnrnivTi. (OFFICIALSKA I.) A. J. Thomas
held copyof ('I<:IIV. '. A. Cleric of said Court.
a week or ten days. the birth certificate is attached. Bureau of Vital Statistics. If errors Gilbert, of Gainesville graduate Mary p. Watkins, Plaintiff vs. J, CKKV.Bperlndlr.. FI.OHIII iv: VIIAV. Zacn H. Don' .las., Gainesville. Fla.
ithin believed that definite ac- This, according. to Dr. Edward M. are found, the parents is ask students of the State University E. Watkins, Defendant. Case No, Serrl. Plaintiff. vs.Teresa I Atty. for Plf. t-24 It .It

old be taken toward ac L'Engle,.director of the Bureau of ed to( write the correct informa appointed by the government to 4797.ORDER OF Ptn LIOATIOV! Case N...Chlappa. 4791.ORDER Serrl, I Defendant cmrriT: CO-tr'n.... BRADFORDCooslTY
proposal that the air- Vital Statistics, will give parentsan tion on the query form. The pro- query prospective Army and Navy AND NOTICE TO APPEAR OF PUBLICATION FLOIIIDAI IV: tllAIMAlexander -
turned over to the coun- opportunity to see the certifi- cedure 1 is the same with omissions.In eligibles and their parents with Watkins, whoa. residence and address STATE OF FI. >RIDA tot TeresaChlappa ('IoKY. Leopold Klfler. Plaintiff.vs. .
for the res ponsibU-1 cate as it Is registered by the at- event the certificate is foundto respect to food preferences, recently No.; 1,Is Osweajo.t, George South Watkins Carolina.Route Serrl whose reaMenc and Antoinette Marie Elf!er, etn-
address la 1 James Street New .
maintenance and public tendant and therefore make any be correct and complete the began the survey in Ala- You arc required to appear on York. New York. dant.ORDER Case No OF 47ft PUBLICATION
I necessary correction.He parent simply signs the query and chua County. The work will be Jun. 24th. 1I4.. In the above named You are required to appear on AND NOTICE;: TO APPMAIl
't Court and eujae. wherein plaintiff June S4th, 1940. In the above namedCourt STATE OF FLORIDA to: Antoinette
record as fav- I returns it in & postage-free enve- continued here and throughout seeks dlvorre and restoration of
rd went on pointed out that World War and cause, wherein plaintiff Marl JClfUr, whose reildence
* lope which is furnished north and west Florida. maiden name. Bradford County seeks divorce. Itrndford .
of a puMte- II focused attention for that County and address Is: 537 Broadway.:
construction to a large Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Telegraph shall publish thla OrderIn Watervllet. New. York.
ounty hOspital and with-I number of birth certificates which purpose. Gilbert explained the team's activity rent four week l *u"'s.AVttTiesa next four weekly Issue You are required to appear' on
expressions of has been Dr. L'Engle stressed the importance briefly as a part of the detriment's my hand a.nl officialseal Witness my bund and official June 24th, 194U. In the. above named -
, originally filled in improperly
'on pending ( at Mtarke. Florida this May Heal at Stark.. Florida this May Court and cause., wherein plalntir -
Jon and endorsement. by I and had therefore caused of correct birth certifi- endeavor to find what t.1. I 4.. 22nd. 1948.tOI"FI"IA1.\ seeks divorce Pradford County
s. I considerable trouble and inconvenience cates and pointed out that "the kind of food young men like best, OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thorn, 8K A I.) A..I. Thomas Telegraph shall publish this orderIn
An Clerk of said Court. As Clerk of said Court sweet.
peering the request of a' to individuals. It Is felt emergency during the past few how they like It cooked, and when T. Frank T..ndrum. Starko, Fla T. Frank I...",Irll III, Mtnrke, Fla, Witness next four mv w..kly hand and official seal
?n, consisting of Foster that if photostat certificates are years has shown us the value they would l prefer It to be nerved Atty. for Plf. 6-24 4t \4 Atty. for Plf. &-1( 4t ...UI'll at 111411 Htarke, Florida, this May 22nd.

tit, V R. Ferguson and i placed upon birth certificates as a Information resulting from a nationwide iv .1I1'I..r cot nT. nit \i roitnCOI t.III.r solar. IIH\l>KOHIt (OFFICIAL.. REAL) A. J, Thomas,
Geiger, that county roadnt eluded an advance in the appropriation means of proving age, birthplace, survey will be Incorporated CKIt\TV V.Itnrry Kl.Ollllltl' IV lll\>- (,o"'II'rF".U"'. iv Cll.tr.I'Rily. An Clerk of said Court.
I T. Frank I-Mndium, atarke
t be used to prepare Tee- to the Welfare Board. parentage and citizenship. Corrections In the Armed Forces' plano Barton StroltfMlff. Plaintiff, Ned McKnlfht. Plaintiff, va. Susie Atty for Plf. 6.14 4t .8-l/.
facilities on the BUS ath-I District 5, from $250 to $275 a and additions to certificates prepare foodstuffs which servicemen fondant v". tOitllh Cane Clarissa No. Strolchtllf 4791OIIPER ..: De ....

lUnds. the matter was re- month, an Increase in salary for take time and may be expensive like, and which will not OF PITUL1OTION I
the Earnest Bird, courthouse to make. Also ANP NOTICE TO API'KAR
'o consultation with Janitor, sdpport- be wasted. Gilbert said there STATK OK FI.ORIDA to: K.lllh
upervisors. from $86.50 to $100 a month, and ing statements which are some would be a number of InterviewsIn Clarissa Hlrel<<"lIrr. whose resMiMKIs -* s d
. for Albert Lee Crosby, instructions to A. J. Thomas, I I times needed in order to correct a this county of Florida-born lu nil Route, No.2, llayerstuwn, Mary

ounty Service officer was clerk of the circuit court, to con- record are often difficult to ob parents aged 45 to 58, whose sons You are required to appear on.
month. Crosby tact the State's Attorney of the lain" It Is believed that if parents June 24th 1946.! In the above named .:VEUYUOJyl
{135 per are within the age limits of 17 Court and calm, wherein plaintiff
mediately receive specialIn Eighth Judicial Circuit In behalf will cooperate in the State to 19. The team expects to be seeks. divorce. Bradford County I l 1. ENJOYS EATING "
handling of vet- of the appointment of resident Board of Health's present effort I Telegraph shall publish tills OrderIn '
the here .
for possibly two weeks. next four weekly ISMUS.Witness AT
under the State physicians Instead of non-resident that time, inconvenience and expense : mv hand and official *<.nl I
physicians for criminal Investiga- will be saved to many. 'nt Btnrke, Florida, this Muy 22nd
Officer Need OFFICE: SITI'LIKS FIAT i 1946.
action by the board In- tions.ARER'S Local registrars were urged to line at the Bradford County Telegraph I (OFFICIAL 8KAI.' ) A..J. Thomas.I The PARK CAFE
I An Clerk of snl.1 Court
,- use every means at their commandto C. Hnlilwln, Ualnenvlllo, Flu,
.,- secure complete and accurate 'I11.I, for IMf. 6-24: 4t 8-11\
IY f inn IT cnriiT. \iiroiin 0
of birth certificates.
registration ('O'''VI'Y, Fl.OIlllttt ('II-''' IV ('lIu"'I'r C M'1IT, Hit\!>!<'<>It I)
Getting the certificate right before CFIIIY.Sllvta i ('o" MT1', Fl.Oltllltl ('HNttHV. Delicious Regular Meals
( SUPPLYCORNER beaver Plaintiff, vs. WI1- (; : I
it Is filed Is the real key to
schlmmelpfennl. Plaintiffvs. I
Its leaver, Defendant CliNe No Ruby Plates
success in birth registration. Clarence Hchlmmvlpfennlg-\ Healthful Vegetable
4793.ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND fendant. Case No. 4796
Beaver, whose residence 1 a un STATK OF FLORIDA to Clar
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'I In next four weekly Issues. IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD East Call St.,
, IV CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD anna. Branchl.lo and address Straxsullo.IM: Pora-la whoseresidence De Witness my hand and official seal COT NT V. FLOIlIOAl IN CHAN.; tends to register Starke the'aala'| ,. an<< I

(CKIIV.'OUNTFLORIDAI! IV CHAN. Cairo Imant. Porta Cran Napoll. at 1948.Starke. Florida this June 5th, CKIIV.Kathryn. V. Rafferty. Plaintiff -vs. the eCircuhit Of Court f ,.. of the!* CIIII'l',

1Zew.Yinur'Tires'etre'Slick Time to Recap Lucille George Plaintiff, V%. Charlie Italy.You are required' to appear. on OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas I No.Thomas 4828.Rafferty Defendant, 'Cane County Fla. of BAWu.
July Bthv In nam..dCourt Clerk of said Court. Mr.. W
IIIC8. the above As B.
George, Defendant. Case ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND g-21
1-31 4t
and cause"wherein plaintiff By Lucille C. Conner D. C. :: Mundt
seeks divorce CountyTeleirraph Starke, Fla. Stark
OF T-5
STATE to: -
( AND VULCANIZING ANTI NOTICE TO APPEAR next four shall publish issues.Witness this. OrderIn Atty. for Plf. ; 6-7 4t 6.28 Thomas J. Rafferty 32400819, whose IN CIRCUIT CO'nT
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Charlie weekly residence and address I. Co. N., 10 COUNTY B
ALL SIZE TIRES George, whose. residence IB unknown my hand tend official neal iv CIRCUIT COCRT. BRADFORDCOUNTY. CE". FI.OttlU1 1\LgA
T. C. Aberdeen :
,/ at Htarke. Florid*,' this June 5th. FLORIDA IN CHAN ten., A. O. F. Prov- Rosa
: Md. Jinks
ingGrounds, .
AND TUBES 1948.WTlflWIAL. Plaintiff
('I You are required to appear on You are required to appear on eat L. Sinks. .
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Catherine de Bnlmlnlhac Plaintiff, Defendant
June 24th 1940 In the above nam- : AM
July 8th, 1948. In the Above named .
As 1'lerk of said Court. vs. Alain de Solminlhac, Defendant" 4822.ORDER
i>d Court and cause. wherein plaintiff Court and cause., wherein. plaintiff OF
21-HOUR BTadford Bv Lucille C. Conner D. C. Case No. 4829.ORDER PUBLICATIOV
seeks divorce CountyTelegraph AND
'1'. Frank Landrum Starke Florida OF PUBLICATION seeks divorce A custody and Control NOTICE
nEST MATERIALS shall publish this OrderIn of minor child. Bradford STATE OF
Atty. for Plf. 6-7 4t 6-2S ANt NOTICE TO APPEAR FJ.ORIDA I.EAR
four Issues. I..
next weekly County hall publish thl.Ord..r Jinks. whose
Witness my hand and officialseal I Telegraph known. residence bin
GRADE "A" RUBBER w.ekl1I".ue. .
IV CIRCUIT \DF RD'' de Solminlhac! whose residence and
I at Starke, Florida this May22nd. COURT Witness my hand and. official You are ..equlrpd
address IB 33 bis rue DoudeauvlII to
i Guaranteed seal at Starke, Florida, thla June July 8th. 1948. In '
Workmanship Parln (18 erne) France the abovee"r:
I ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Court and
5th 1944.OFFICIAL
K. Car. You are required to appear on cause
Albert Wood Plaintiff vs. r
As Clerk of said Court. seeks I
SEAL) A. J. Thomas divorce. Briffrnnj"1 l a'
PHONE 79 Case July 8th 1948 In the above nam..dCmrt (
H. O. Brown Starke, Florida. rle Oertrue Wood Defendant.
A. Clerk. of said Court. Telegraph shall Coin
4830.: ane! wherein plaintiff publish
for Plf. 1-24 4t 6-14 No. cause. this
Atty In ,
By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. next four or
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND seeks divorce Bradford County weekly isau.,
NOTICE TO APPEAR Telegraph shall publish. this Order T .Frank Landrum Stark, Fla. Witness Iny hans
IV ClllCfIT COURT BRADFORD STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Carrie In next four weekly ISMUOS.Witness Atty. for Plf. 6.7 .6t 6-28 at Florid. the Julel:
STARKE TIRE SERVICE COT"NTY FLORIDA IV CHAN.CKHV. : Oertrue Wood, whose address IsBtickH my hand and official' lI"al 1949. s

Trailer Camp Granby and at Stark., Florida, this. June S. IN CIRCl'IT COURT BRADFORDCOI7NTY (OFFICIAL SEAL) A' J. Thoity
r"HiiiHll Strasxullo Plaintiff vs. As Clerk of "
Maple 'Street ; FLORIDA IN CIAN.CERY. ; >
Jlovanna Branchlslo Htraxxullo You are required to appear on (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Lucille C. Conner'D c
Adjoining- Temple Garage Temple Ave. Defendant. Case No. 4827. July Sth 1946 In the above named I As Clerk of Bald Court. Pauline Hooper Prim Plaintiff O. Brown Stark' Fl}.'

ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Court and cause, .wherein plaintiff By Lucille C Conner D. C. VH. Herman F. Prim Defendant. Atty. for Pit 8:. It
NOTICE TO APPEAR seeks divorce. Bradford County T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. Case No. 4801.ORDER _
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jlov Telegraph shall publish this Order Atty for Plf. 6-7 4t 6-2 OF PUBLICATIONAND lf! CIRCUIT ('OIItT. BRPo
IDA "-' -----
OIAI&JP FLORF iu; nvt limn Matthew F.
whose .residence. In un- Geies Plaintiff
Prim Jllln T. 0011". .t I
known. 6823. Defendant You are required to appear on ORDER
In the above named PURLir Ttn
July 1st, 1946 AND NOTICE
f r dxtG4I and wherein plaintiff TO APPEAR
d t' cause
:yr 'i Ns STATE OF
and ,
seeks divorce care custody T. Oeisswhose. LIII
control of minor children. Brad known.. ret"1"ne'I I II

ford County Telegraph shall publish You are
this Order In next four weeklyIssuer. required '" tllP'ar
a t July 8th 1948
In lht Rh.V(
Witness hand and official Court and cause. wh, p'in, plan

i ATv fit/i' GE' r i? seal at "Starke my, Florida, this May seeks trol of divorce minor and, "lIoI"d! and r
/ child.
25th. 1946.OFFICIAL.. County Urld!
SEAL) A. J. Thomas Telegraph -.hull i"'bltlh' ,
V, 4-: ln4 Order In next font w'"Kh I.
AH Clerk of Bald Court. Witness Isu
By Lucille C. Conner D. C. mv hand and ,ffkiel'
R. II. Duncan, 517 Lynch Bldir. at 1948.Starke, Florida, thi'| tune I
Jacksonville Fla.
? Atty. for Plf. 0-31 4t 6-21 As OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said) Court A:1: Thor

k By Lucille C. Conner D r

ds5mm IN cuicriT cooiT. IIRADFORD II J. S. Harrison law Kx: hart. P..
('nl'>'''''. FL.OHIU.lt IN CIIANCKHV. Jack"onvlllt'J :Florida
{ ?f? '" r Yr Atty. for Plf. .- ? t tiv
xayi; 2z :"> Erwin Cummlnr, Plaintiff, vs. -,
3lt' c? Pauline C. Cumming, Defendant. nuri'iT coi "'r. R1119P0
f yli
( 4 Case No. 4813.ORDER "OI'4"I'V.': FLOIIIU' n CN

'NOTICE TO APPEAR Mildred D. Touchliert-, t'laln'
STATE OF FLORIDA to: PaulineC. v... Edward U Tcmchberrr,.. D.t',<
1s-/k Cummlnir whose residence IK dant. Case No. 4Sr>l.
a s ; West Grove State of Pennsylvania.You ORDER OP PURLICAT'iON
are required to appear on AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
d) July 1st 1946. In the above named STATE OF FLORIDA Edx,
X 0t1! y 4" Court and cause, wherein plaintiff L. Touchberry whose r..lden"
seeks divorce. Bradford County unlnown.

; Telegraph shall publish thl. OrderIn You are required r in", '1Ip.a, ,
next four weekly Issues. July 8th, 19M In the .tllCtw! ?,
Witness. my hand and official *d Court and entice, whprilr. nl>
,1A ?' t seal at Starke Florid, this May tiff seeks divorce, Jlrocltnrd '"0 ,
ys SJ7'/ sa
t 29th. 1948. Telegraph shall piilillHh Mil Oi
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, In next four weekly {sums
) .y:' As Clerk of sold. 1 Court Witness mv hand and ,iffM<<]I.
lly Lucille C. Conner, D. C. at Starke, .Florida ihl fun., .,
f It. O. Brown Starke. Florida, 1940,
e ,. act Atty. for Plf. 6-31 l r e A. Clerk of mid Court
x :rv i Zach H. Dnuglaaelain. ,ll, i
IN cmcriT coritT, nnAi>Fnnn [ Att,). for Plf. II ,

iv rmrriT roriir.' hit \01'
Elizabeth Miller Sanders, Plaintiff, COf\'TV. I--LOIIIIMI, 11
"". Jennie Lee Sanders, Defendant.Case 'Eli V. my

No. 4812. John 1{. MoBcley Plaintiff
ORDER;; OF PIT LICA TIUN Helen J. Moaeley.. Defvmluni (
Lee Banders whose residence and AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
address Is Merrlman Road % Mrs. STATE OF FLORIDA tr H.

Charlie Sanders Georgetown South J. Moseley .whose rp.lil.nr.
Carolina. 1129-A 85th Street. Oakland i
You are required to appear on Ifornla.
July 1st, 1948. -In the above named You are required' to
Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff July 8th 194A In the above ntJ
seeks divorce and restoration of
k Court and cause, wherein plain
p maiden name. Bradford County seeks divorce, Bradford On
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Telegraph shall publish this 0,
next four weekly Issues In next four weekly Issues.
t Ysss t'S Witness my hand and official Witness mv hand and ,ifflclnl
NI seal at Starke Florida. this May at Starke, Florida thin June
2!>th, 1948.OFFICIAL. 1948.
enve.. ( SEAL) A..J. Thomas, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J Tho
An Clerk of said Court. As Clerk of said Court
By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. Py Liicllla C. Conner, D. C
T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida. Paul E. Hpeh.. William Side
Atty. for Plf. 6-31 4t 6-21 Jacksonville, Florida.

-- Atty. for Plf. II I .

) { + x1 r : ( IN ('haft'.' roritT. mi \DFOKD
> ", a g't
+ (
Ry s nnrriT 'ii"1! nr, Dl11BFa
\ rP > & CKHV.MllM roi'VTY. ,FI.OIIIII l> (IIII
Josefson also known as Nils flit Y.Kathleen. 1
Nelson Plaintiff{ vs AnnutlnaJosefson ITllzabfth Dodd I'UIn' I
Defendant. Cane No 481S.OltDER vs. George A. Dodil. n mlj.
x 3 "1 ks OF PUBLICATIONAND Case No. U2fi.OROEft I
tR e w t e't" NOTICE TO APPEAR OF prnLK'ATinsI
Y''. & c3 d
tina Josefson, whom residence. IsNo. STATE OF FLOIlirU "
4 A. Dodd whose redden. ma I
s., Y K s 4"I Sweden dress Is: Box 3, Mllxhon. lMani, |
You are required to appear on You are required 'a appear
July let 1948, In the above nam..dCourt July 8th 1946. Jn thf alinvr na
Court and cause, wherein plain'
and causes wherein. plaintiff. ,
seeks dferorce. care 'usliMljr
seeks divorce Bradford County!
Telegraph shall publish. this Order control of minor i-hllil. Brad 1
In next four weekly luuu. County Telegraph. shall put-'bh''. .
Order In four wcckh "i
Witness my hand and official
seal at Starke Florida' this May Witness mv hand and '
30th 1948.OFFICIAL. ::4'tarke. Florida, thislimn''

( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
t J. "ho""'
VH Clerk of said Court. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.
By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. Aa Clerk of said Court.
.1.' S. Harrison, Law Exchange BldK. Rv Lucille! C. Conner f
.Jacksonville Florida. Wm. D. :Morgan. Fifth Fl -.

Atty. for Plf. 6-31 4t '.2 1 t\ag.\ J..k..t1vllle.1o'forhln.-T 4t1ST .
Atty. for Plf.
1'\1 (incur -.. BRADF-OKD _

I E. O. Booth, Plaintiff vs. Virginia .
I r full Booth, Defendant. Case No. E. It. Hurt."". Plaintiff Ca"ra rj
4905.ORDER M. Hurteau Defendant ]

lull Booth Defendant Case No. STATE OF FLORIHA 'r end
address-Is Front Royal I Virginia. Hurteau, whose resident
You are required to Appear. on dress la unknown.You I
July lit 1946 Jn the above named are required. I" apP'lt,,!
Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff July 8thr 194. In the a"nv"f'l!;
seeks divorce. Bradford County Court and cause, wherein and lJlseek
YOU'RE Telegraph shall divorce and custody J
publish this Oreler.Wltn..a (
smart man if you can no better way to nave for a rainy day than Or a in next four weekly l.nuea trol of minor child publl.h BrMij
give real shall !
you a vacation Telegraph
so eday. Or hand County .
that my and official ,
onel by the U. S. Payroll Savings Plan. let you buy the worth-while things you'UBat 27.seal 1M6 at 8trke' Florida' tM" May Order Witness In next mv hand four snil..'..)lJX.li; |> '

The Savings Bonda reo/Wwant, in !OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas at Starke, Florida this
few .
be buy a
you can almost as smart if you fix you are exactly years. A. Clerk of laid Court. (1946. The

thing the same as your War Bonds were-the .' : Hy Lucille C. Conner D. C. ofSes dLCourt.J'
Clerk ,
ao no matter what happens around same Yes si| there's no wiser way to plan, no T. Frank, t-andrum. Starke Florida Aa : I..orc..a. D r .
that you're all aet fine investment too. better Atty. for Plf. 'rsi 4t' TMcmcriT Dv Conner,
corner financially.: way to save, than through your Pay. William D. :Morgan Fifth rd n

..* *.e If have IN COCRT. BRADFORD Clark BulMIn' Jackeon711't? '
like the above.roU Savings Plan
Ask you a youngster kid Remember-four dollars COl'NTY FLORIDA I.N CHAN. Atty for Plf.

anyone you want-doctor, lawyer, the money you lend for every three In just ten CERY. ."' '
Merchant your country now will short years! Daniel Batty, Plaintiff, T.. IX CIRCUIT COURT %,(
chiel-they"ll: all tell there' ,' ,' ; FI.ORIO "
you help pay for his college when the time comes. Stick ; Batty D.f.ndant. Case NG. Cl08. COUNTY
to itl! '!+ I, 'AND T'K. PUBLICATION Hill. PralntiftLouis
NOTICE TO APPEAR Rachel Alberta Cs"
y Battttytwho., FLORIDA tot Jean .J, Hill Defendant
residence Is M31 Lln- I 6111I. "
coIn Avenue Brooklyn New. York. ORDER 0*" l
Buy all the You are required to 1 AND NOTICE TO. Lo,.
Bonds can. keep all the Bonds July let, I.4i. In the above mimed STATE OF FLORIDA:I"h'
.. you buy seeks and divorce.causa, wherein Bradford. plaintiff County Clty.Hill ,whose Carteret. residence County, Isi North' Cline.

Telegraph shall publish hl. Order .
"next four weekly aDD u
ls ues. You are required to
ate.8tarkem I Floridantbofficial ..al July 8th. 1948 in the .boy' nl

1949. 27. Court and cause, whr."JL pC"y:

(OFJIclAI'.8EAiL) A. J. Thomas seek Telegraph. divorce.hall. publish Br"d'7h|,

Florida Bank .. Court. weekly IeeueaWitness
Starke In next four
Eastern Auto By Lucius C. Conner. D. C. hand and oertelal
Supply : K. O. Brown Starke, Florida. my this )la' J
Atty. for Plf. j.Jl u' .u at Starke,
Member F. D. I. C. 1146. SEAL) A. J- TD o
I\-o75SEIT .Fori'lv' BRADFORD A. ,Clerk of said Court. C
FLORIDA I* CHAN. By Lucille C. Conner o. 9

Dewey Williams Painting C Florida Power & Light Co. No.Walter Dorothy. CICRY.4880,Doc Starrett Starrest.. Defendant Plaintiff. Case vs. J.Atty.C. Durrance for. Plf.. Florida,-Law ExcluniJacksonville. *., II


Reynolds Shoe Shop Hartman Furniture & Novelty Co.Earl's Starr.tt known.STATE You letx OF.whose r.qllllr.d FLORIDA residence to: Dorothy Is un- Magdalene Olin COI'VTY.CERY.W. Douglas Powers FI-ORIU. Douglas-' a InliK po,

July abovenamed
t'44> In the dant. Case No. 4793 CATIONND "

..eekJ ar.d cause' wherein. plaintiff' l ORDER OF PV ;

J. Telegraph divorce.' Bradford this County Order STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO A tPoP:EgA". :
Roberts Motors In neat four weekly iMues, ten. Powers Douglas whO.. g, .

Garage seal\lateSta k. Florida .. dene and address Is ROu>
this 1:1.: -'
15th. 1940. )Jay Box You 1JT are, Hemingway required to ..DPes' ae.

OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas June 2'th, lUll, .n the sb 1.1
Winkler Electric Aa Clerk of said COurt. .d Court and .' wherein
Service Gem By Lucille C. Canner D. C tiff ...k. dlyorc. Hradforhd.C

Jewelry Jacksonvill.nFlorida Lynois Bldg.Att Telegraph .hal1 publish
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