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 28, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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 .



2 Cans Canning--- Plant Busy Spot These Days Legion AsksCooperation Blanching Picked for Site

Processed ;' nR: I Of Reserve

cal Plant For Vet EventA Unit Trqining

Encampments Will Total About
Bradford Countians big day for veterans of the I

,n2 the Biblical adviceto .y Armed Forces, their families and Doctors' OfficesI Three Months Annually

the ant" for ex- I the county at large Is Indicated in Under Present Plan

of thrift i H. shown in plans which gained quick momen-

which indicate of vari-that tum this week,In The celebration! anticipated'Homecoming" of Ready MondayStarke's Camp Blanding has been tentatively selected as onq of

>tuffs pounds((2 1-2 pounds '''V" Day, \vljl be discussed by six southeastern army posts to serve for the training of

reserve components, the Seventh Army Headquarters
woman, and I epi esentatlves of all leading organizations modern Profbtislonal an-
the v man county) has been at a meeting scheduled Building! on S. Thompson near nounced Monday. The otht'rlare Fort Benning and Camp

at the communitylast for the Legion Hall. 8 p. m., Call street will be opened Monday Stewart, Ga. ; Fort Bragg, N. C. ; Fort Jackson, S, C., and

t here since its Tuesday July 1, it was announced yes Camp Shelby, Miss.It .

fall The Idea, originally suggestedby terday. The new two-story water- has been indicated that the National Guard units of

mrtjust made publicvocationalagriculture the local Legion post, has proof white stucco structure will the reserve will be from time to time stationed here, de-

/ 'fictureii above Is a general view of the activity at the com- caught the general fancy, accordIng afford offices for Drs. W. E. Mid- pending, however, upon congressional legislation to author-

or V. R. Ferguson munity canning center, located on the campus of BUS, during the to Post Commander S, G Den- dleton, J M. Hembree and R. P.Stubbln ize training programs now
the mark. Prospects were for all- Drs. Hembree and
; the period from current vegetable season. Facilities of the plant are available forth an Collector planned. Reactivation of the
celebration with Stubblns members Garbage
last fall through day a mammoth are of the
date use of all without charge. National Guard
shows that a total of -Photos by T, H. Osborne. barbecue, parades, athletic events, medical and dental staffs of the Ordered by City was begun
of !games: and contests, public speak- Florida State Farm. two weeks ago, with organization

cans shave been praoeesaeedllat ing, ceremonies concerning returned It is announced that the white Is 'Slick Trick' of the 38th division in

t Of thh total 8,238 vets and men still In ser- and colored waiting rooms, the Pennsylvania, and activation

,* 3 earn, averaging 2 vice, and a dance in the evening. main consultation rooms, three One of "the slickest rigs extant" of infantry and artillery unitsin

ich, and 7,470 were No Initial details and committee examining and treatment rooms, In has the been way of garbage collectors the- Maine. Troops assignedhere

waging one pound each, .a :appointments were expected to be the X-ray and the eye, ear, nose purchased by from both the Guard and
City, it was announced thin week.
on to this total the brought before the meeting Tues- and throat departments, and the The modern describedas the Reserve Corp would probably

.j ground 643 pounds of [lay
I and has rendered 200 Chamber of Commerce City Coun- dleton are on the first floor The I South Georgia.

If lard. riI& cil. County Commissioners, all dental suite, with offices of Dr. equipped with a hydraulic press' About 19 days training, or more,
that mashes the to Increase
Ilk of this canning has gtF churches, the' Woman's Club, the Stubbins, and Roy Ward, pharmacist garbage would be required for Individual
load capacity, to
|ie during the ,current ;; W Junior Woman's Club, the Ro- two operating rooms, labora- City Clerk Carl Johns. The col- reserve contingents, and. eight

tea on, Mr Fergusonnd tary, the Masons, Woodmen,} Odd tory and dark room are on the lections can be made In half the weeks for Guard regiments or battalions
fellows, Boy Scftuta of America second floor Additional space isprovided the encampments in all
_ the busiest day ex- time required formerly, he said,
for storage of medical I totalling abollf'three months
and other organizations.The annually -
fl by the plant was Tues1 with only one or two dally tripsto
Interior of the
supplies. buildingIs
e 1 11, when 2,700 cans event 1I", 'planned for September the dump necessary. The
In white plaster with cypress The nation's organized reserve
eased corresponding to the anniversary equipment, priced at $2500.: will
trim,. tile floors on the first floor, consists of officers and enlistedmen
Icrgiison Is well pleased of tile close of the war. be mounted on a new Ford chassisat
and fluorescent lighting. who upon separation from
\\m of the plant that has the manufacturer's plant In
Hall and active duty Indicate desire to re-
Construction, by Ben
le this season although Merchants Group Odhkosh, Wisconsin, Delivery Is
Maurice Edwards, was begun inFebruary tain an ORC or ERC status, and
I like to see more peoplevtey scheduled for July, It was stated.
who are recalled from civilian life
Brooker, Hampton, Plans Postponed and entailed complete Johns said that the recently-
each year for a period of trainingat
of the former Middle-
ham' come In to benefit remodeling procured utility patrol, a road
I ton building purchased last win an established base. Groups of
/facilities "The farmers grader, is proving indispensable
this area are to bo assigned to
I'ateroak and Vanderbiltare V R Ferguson, vocational- ter by Hembree and Ward. for the maintenance of unpaved
Mrs. Tyler Jones, supervisorof attendance at the Retail the Third Army. The area Is at
making good use of agriculture Instructor at BHS, Is ,the canning plant Is shown Merchant's Association Tuesday. streets. The grader costing $3800, present administered by the Sev-

it t" he stated, "and al. pictured above sealing cans at the tending one of the huge cookersIn falling short of the number expected School Term was purchased the latter part of enth Army, with headquarters In

percent of our clients are community center here. which food Is being processed. Harley F. Strong, local j I Begins MondayFor May. Atlanta
of Starke." Jeweler and leader of the group It U expected that Florida and'

Illtlesof the plant are Bradford May Join made the following announcement: Some StudentsArthur Bond Sales Here Georgia guard units, when reactivated -

the use of all, with only June Moon Queen "The meeting was a failure, due will form a part of the 31st
1 charge to cover the Trend to Higher to lack of interest(fhown by the R. McRae, Superintendent Help In Fight (Dixie) Division, The Ouard and

Ml: local merchants. This was prob- of Public Instruction for Inflation
Salaries for TeachersIn Against the Reserve are separately administered -
hat the vegetable season In Daytona Event ably caused by their desire to Bradford County, announced yes- In Washington.

I Its end, the plant will a State Department of Edu- get out of town for various waysof terday that the Vanderbilt Hell- Citizens of Bradford County Invested Blanding's complement now

attention t o canning cation survey released this week, recreation during the summer bronn, and Rising grade schoolsfor $9,443: In U. S. Savings consists of four officer and two

It U planned to operateeach Mlsa Martel Edmondson, winner Bradford's Board of Public In- months. However, we intend to white children will begin the Bonds during the month of May, enlisted men-a remarkable con-

week throughout of top beauty honors at the recent struction Indicated plans for a resume attempts to attain this new school term July 1, according to an announcement by trast to the wartime personnel,

mer, Mr. Ferguson stated. Jacksonville Beach June Moon 10 percent raise In teacher's sal- goal in September." He also stated that white the U, S. Savings Bond. Divisionof which at the peak was above 60-

Festival, will enter the Fourth of aries for the 1946-47 school year. schools In New River and Lawteyand the Treasury Department. FlorIda 000. Officers are Capt. WilliamA.
July contest at Daytona Beach all colored, schools In the Vales. of Savings Bonds for
al Report The office of the County Super- A.R.C. CommitteeTo Derrick, of the 7th Army
of the county will begin: the new school (
under the sponsorship May totalled $8,266,872, bringing
intendent said this week that details engineers, post commander; Capt.,
bmittedry Stare) Chamber ,of Com merce. concerning the higher sal- Meet Tuesday year July 8.Brooker. the statewide monthly average for B. W. Cole, assistant engineer;

Club Miss' Edmondson's_ Invitation_ to I aries could not be announced until the first part of 1946 to more Capt. Edward Bohannon, post ad-
compete for the title of "Miss the year's budget Is preparedIn Plan for entertaining and RevivalA than eight million dollars. jutant;, Capt. William H. Herri-

jetlng his year as president Dixie" 'was received from Daytona assisting, hospitalized veterans In Calling Inflation the country's don, property officer. The en
Is stated that the
Pulte Rotary Club E. I.. last week. August. It such the Veterans Administration hospital revival meeting of several "Number One domestic problem", listed men are M-8gt. Edwin B.

I submitted a report to Honors as "Miss Dixie" carry Increase Is dependent upon at Lake City will be made weeks duration began Sunday W W. McEachern Chairman of Fulton Sergeant Major, and S-

"rahlp of the work ac- assurance of entry Into the national larger revenue as Is and expectedfrom state Tuesday during the 'meeting of night at the Brooker Church of the Treasury's Savings. Bonds Sgt. William N, Danlcll. MP

ed during the past 12 "Miss America" contest and race track funds, the local Hospital Committee of God according to an announce- Advisory Committee for Florida, guard duties have been transferred -

and turned the gavel oversawing and expense-paid trip to Atlantic and county taxes. the American Red Cross, Mrs. ment this week by the Rev. J. L. In commenting on the peacetime to civilian fire guards.

president. :J. C.' City, N. J., for candidates and The survey found that 41 of Barbara Breazeale,. committee Willis, pastor of the church. program for the continuing sale Civilian employees total approx-

t tie conclusion of the .chaperotae. Florida's 67 counties were con- chairman, said yesterday.The The revival services are con- of government securities said: "I imately 300, with the larger num-

Wednesday. I Miss Edmondson, daughter of templating the salary Increases meeting will be held at 2 ducted every night at 7:45: : o'clockby can't too strongly stress the Importance ber assigned, to the engineers and

" dent reported that 24 Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Edmondson with the average raise expectedto o'clock In the Red Cross offices the Rev. Marrs of Cordele, of Savings Bonds as property maintenance,
I be about 19 percent. Fifteen and Miss Ga. A good string band furnishesthe
one for each "cog" In of Graham, was crowned queenof at the Starke Armory sound investments, for there was
wheel, had been car- ;: the Beach festival In a contest counties reported that no raises I Doris Harper of Orlando, state music at each nightly meet- never a time when national Interest Prison Chaplain
were planned. of the ARC Camp and ing Attendance at the servicesIs
successfully during the 21 Florida and Geor- secretary as well as Individual welfare
representing Council, will be present.All gratifying the pastor stated, called for Receives PraiseThe
bracing the four divisions gia cities. The Judges, rating her Hospital more Imperatively
service: Club, Com- I"100 percent In beauty, poise, per- 29 4-H Members members and others Interestedare and everyone Is Invited to the spending restraint on the part of
Leslie A,
Invited ta be present. meetings. the The amount of Rev Shepherd,
| vocational, and Interna- sonality and figure" were headed _.._ people. moneyIn
Attending CampIn circulation is than former pastor of the Starke Baptist
scoutof now more
of carved by August Kreiger, talent National Forest Merle Grider, Member of Atom Test Crew, three times the total at the end of Church and now chaplain at
wood paper Hollywood.
In the Bikini Atoll 1940; demand deposits in banks the State Prison Farm received
shape of the Ro- Describes Rough Trip
high praise In an Open Forum let
of the
oe1. were Twenty-nine members have soared from about 35: billion

I members presented who have to the a Draft Extended County 4-H Club left Monday to Starke will be represented at Pearl (maybe a receiving station dollar to 79: billion dollars ter In the. Jacksonville Journal of

attendance record for the Until Next March attend the organization's 4th an- the atomic bomb experimental ex- doesn't suggest/ anything to you during the same period' and time June 23.Addressed
the of
to editor the
A. Davis, Fred Guy, W. nual encampment at the Ocala plosion in Bikini Atoll Monday In but mention It to a sailor and deposits have risen from 28 billion the letter
* A, J. Thomas, Junius Continuation of the draft until National Forest, Over 100 boys the person of Merle Orlder, son watch the sweat as terrible mem- to CO billion. The Treasury Journal stated:
; I would to '
* Jos. E. Wilson the March 31. 1947, was approved i from four counties have assembled of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Grider of ories race through his mind!) I Is now conducting a campaign to at this and express myself timeIn i

D, Haines, W T Clute Tuesday by the House and Sen- at the club's Camp McQuarrle, this city. left on a tin can (destroyer) for Inform the public of the urgencyfor regards timely to Raiford opportune Prison.

It Nollman. ate. However, It was provided by : which affords swimming and other Young Grider a 1945- graduate' Bikini. Investing In Savings Bondsto I have on several occasions tak-

announced that :Mlsa'v1130" the Army' that no men would be outdoor recreation, as well as 4-H of Bradford! County High School For the first three days I vow- back their future. If the public en part, In the activities of 'The

.! winner of the called during the months of July Instruction. here, is a. photographers Mate, ed if I ever saw land again I will put more of its cash reserve Forum of Faith."

lIOn beauty contest at and AugustMost County Agent L. T. Dyer said Third Class In theNavy and arrived -; would never so much a* step in a ,In bonds, the danger of Inflation It Is of my'' opinion, If It were

Beach, would enter of the boys who would all of the boys attending earned at Bikini Atoll In the Pacific bath tub for the rest of my life. will be sensibly diminished sales provided not for the efficient chaplain at
Dixie" have been brought up by week's en- aboard the destroyerUSS I had heard that a destroyer had of course new are not
1 contest at Day- recently the privileges of the June 7 I bQndaI Raiford Prison; the ,Rev. 1. A.
July 4, and all members the local Selective Service Board campment la doing a good Job in Sailor as part of,, the of- quite a roll, but when, during the offset by redemption of Shepherd, and the activities of the

d to attend this event have volunteered It was reported food production during the past ficial "Operations Crossroads" morning deck wash-down, foot- I previously purchased, and that Is Program Committee of the Forum
to enlistmentswere why It Is so Important to buy
Twelve washed off the bulk.
I yesterday. prints were tt Faith I believe the official of
p "back the ,
ltd to, recorded during the precedIng year.The camp Is situated 32 miles staff.The young seaman explained! head (wall) I longed for the safe bonds for keeps'. the prison would have had a great

: month, with ages ranging of Ocala a quarter of a how he obtained *. berth on the days of roller coasters and such. deal more trouble with the pris-
Swim from 17 to 20. With the cessation east south of the Deland high: atom bomb test staff In a letterto "About a week at sea brought Reno Theatre oners.Rlcllard Owens
Classes of the "teen-age" draft law mile Foster Shi Smith, principal of us to Bikini. For all Its Importance HandsMr.

flnSoon May 14th a number of other ex- way. Bradford High School. "An order In the news It ls certainlynot Change
iQ Public Health Work
volunteers decided not to In for a photographer andI very Impressive: Just a handful -
galey Lake pected ChurchA came and Mrs. E. H. Pond, for
enlist, It.was stated. Presbyterian volunteered," he wrote. of tiny Islands arranged in a mer, residents of Jacksonville, Offers Openings
law men aged continued by describing semi-circle and connected In all
With the new Merle
the topicof have the Reno Theatre
and with purchased
A'1 ?water courses 19 through 44 may be Inducted, sermon dealing on the Wall" his Journey to Bikini Atoll which but one spot by narrow reefs, from Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rltcb Opportunities for life careers In
a at safety and be discharged upon request "The Handwriting: though short on comfort, was thin strip of white coral topped : public health sanitation and disease -
Kingsley Lake may 11 o'clock morn- of Starke. Bale Includedequip
der service. will highlight "I was put thick of tropical control work are being of-'
sponsorship of the after 18 months' services at the First spiced with variety. by growths veg ment and fixtures only, as the
Red Cross Mrs. No Information was availablehere ing worship Dr. aboard< a Naval air transport etation, mostly palms. theatre building Is owned by Dean fered qualified veterans and other
T. H. Sunday
, FW Aid and' as to the quota or Increased Presbyterian church of the plane for Washington; from "Inside this lagoon is where the PuIIum.Mr. : persons under the merit system,

Chairman of Swimming quota that might be affected Frank Bryson' pastor The Washington a long hop to San test will take place. The reason and Mrs. Pond plan various' according to an announcementfrom
the local t rd. :
IlInounced this when the draft Is resumed In Sep- church, stated yes y' Francisco where I stayed a week. for this Is to lower the chancesof Improvements, Including the ad- Gainesville.

Eddie week. tember. service will also Include special The town Itself Is very Interest- a tidal wave and to reduce the dition of rest room, and announce Minimum qualifications) can for
" Wimberly of discharged from i choir. and has many attractions but loss of native life high school education, or its
:5n full Gf Men who were music by the Ing a change In policy In regard
charge the recent war I schoolIs the weather was terrible: a continuous here already equivalent a" determined] by the
and Is service following Presbyterian Sunday ,fost of the ships are to show hours.
presently at'pedal and The and wind State of Education.
,a two are classified as "IC-Dlsc. combined Sunday overcast a steady (there are 74 target vessels Mr and Mrs. Pond have four Department
woek In- ) I planning a from Flor- Persons selected will I I 1 be given
COurse at Pine will not be inducted Selective at Geld gave one (especially In the lagoon and over 120 children, and are residing on TenthSt.
--tic School Mo n- approval of the State school 'and church picnic ida) a bad Impression of Cali- non-target ships at the scene- scholarships for university courses

e 111111 return In Chipley, Service Director. Head State Park on Independence fornia weather. Ed.) Everything is pretty confusing and field training to prepare them
a to I I the pastor added, "Leaving 'tunny' California be- be for their duties.Interested .
B5NzlsBlaae. Mon i Day July 4, but I guess that is to ex- Church Services
carried I n another and qualified persons
will be provided hind I was pected."
City Books t I I and transportation to Pearl Harbor. I visited should make Inquiry of the Merit
wet only group. of stu- for those who desire It. plane but Sailor Grider expects to be back i The Rev, O. E. Cutshaw will
books of the Waklkl Beach which was nice System Office of the Florida
fd by organizations The registration for I Everyone attending the picnic shouldn't cause Florida any "stateside" by September 1. and preach Sunday morning at. 11 o' State Board of Health and CrIppled
epted for of Starke will be open from the clock at Water Oak church and
brae instruction, City from at the Presbyterian expects to be Children's Commission.' 201
stated and those the registration of electors should meet worry. and enrolled in Indiana! University at 8 o'clock Sunday nigh. at Hell-
week Navy Professional
through Saturday -''church 9:30 o'clock A. 10(. July "After another spent Building Gainesville
old Participate In the FrIday. :July 12, turf at largely in a receiving station at by October 1. |bronn Springs church. J'lorlda.piNEM .
Registration I I
contact 10. 'he concluded.
Miss Yflm- August Hall. ,+.4,
take place at the City





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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH TOO LATE ONE WfMA irsn OIPDNIONBy Itl.use von TAX Mill No.neEn 1H4I3) U4'at"d this Oth ,to ''t At
NOTICE: is HEREBY GIVEN; that } )1
TO CLASSIFY Mrs, Kate Morgan, the holder of OFFICIAL FlEAL)
the following certificates has filed Clerk of Clr'ull \ ,
EntabllahPd 1811 c'U"
said certificate for a tax deed to County Florida. If tiq
RUHHFII Billee RossIt I bo tainted thereon. The certificate 1 !1 .
I E. L. Matthew Editor and Owner By Kay t.
number* und yearn of I Issuance the

f While a lot of things can happenand seems like only a few days ago that we I description the names In of which the It property wan assessed. and
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered M Second CLuw Matter probably will between now were riding around, honking our auto horns and are as follows: lllfsuR
at the Pout Office at Starka. Florida._ and the next gubernatorial primary celebrating a long fought for and well-deserved Certificate No. 23 Year of Issuance $PE
\ June 1, A. D. 1944. ,
I election politicos here and peace- -but it hag been almost a year. We were Description of Properly: All NEVi\ RELIEF
about continue to find amusementby positive then that THIS peace would be everlast- of NWVi W of Hd. Ex W I 9 1-3 A. FORAC
That. dragging out the crystal ball Section 28: Township 7 South.
It Seems
and trying to look into the future. : ,ing, but today, as we pick up our newspapers, we Range 21 Kant containing 7 acred..
I are shocked by the things that confront us. Even Name In which assessed: ClydeMorgan

i' The announcement by Seventh Army Headquarters being With enlarged the gubernatorial, expanded and offices air- ) t "9 r, who have been walking on pink clouds for two All of Young said property being. In the fj/ND/
this week that landing has been tentatively. back from County of Bradford, State .f Flor
Camp conditioned, the prospect of Occupying j': : : <'Y' ,months, ever since my husband came ida. 1

selected as one of the training sites for former Army the chief executive chair 1 ,." overseas, can sense the tension. Unless such certificate or certificated -
officers and enlisted men in the Third Army area who becomes even more inviting and :,.:. It is enough to strike terror to the soul of shall be redeemed accordingto I

have volunteered for the organized reserve corps bears all present Indications point to a ',;k;.;. 'JiJJik: everyone. The past few weeks It's been the up- BUCK law certificate. the property or certificates described.. will In

out the belief that many local people have held all stampede rather than a race with rising of the Jews. Last week they kidnapped British officers, setoff be Hold to the highest ..
along i. that this ideally-located military installationhas almost as many candidates as the courthouse door on the Carpenters Drug
e. explosions in railway: yards and severed all frontier bridges. |Monday In month of August,
better future in store for it than complete dismantling there are voters. I wig
J a This week It's the meeting In France that centers our attention,
and abandonment.The Since we last discussed the sub and we still seem to be barking up the wrong tree. All Secretary '- -

type of training mentioned this week does ject in this column about two Byrnes has to do Is to suggest a move and Molotov arches his back.

not that the will be occupied at all times.It months ago, several new names If side-issues we'll When Your Tires Are Slick
mean camp have been mentioned and when the I they consume this much time over comparative Time to tfecfl
will be in the form of encampments, whose aggregatetotal I hat throwing stage In reached in.I be in another war before they get around to the real problems of *" ;

of occupancy will probably Le around three monthsout all probability the hats of one or peace. r RECAPPING

of the year. However, there are strong indicationsthat I more of these suggested contenders Recently there was another article about our failure to denazify AND VULCANIZING

Blanding is being: held by the Army as an "ace will be In the stack. Germany because the officers In charge of occupation petition for exemption ALL SIZE TIRES

in the holt? for regular Army training purposes if Now it seems! that Miami has of the Potadam Agreement In order to place competent men AND TUBES

and when Congress takes its head out of the sand and the itch and feels that it mightbe I In'offices of Importance. We read that General McNarney says a

passes some sort of universal training law. advantageous to have one of 13-year: occupation will be required in Germany, and right In the BEST 21-HOUR SERVICE
her sons in the Governor's chair MATERIALS
same paper we read where a German girl commits suicide in some

In spite of the fact that many people complain that opportunity Despite the last fact time that she and had muffedIt the officer's quarters.: Lewis practically rules the laboring people of the GRADE "A" RUBBER!

there are already too many laws on the statute books- when she by-passed Ernest United States, and the Japanese pop up with the amazing statementthat Ili ti Workmanship Guarante

that there is a law prohibiting and preventing almost Graham, she is now seriously con they brought an offer to Washington that would have prevented

everything, if you look long enough-Attorney General I slldering another try and Is pin Iwa.'. PHONE 79

J. Tom Watson recently advised a sheriff that there is ning her hopes on George Smath- Prices go up continually. We can't get what we need and we're

no law preventing the sale of three percent beer- to era, the up-and-coming returned trying to( give away what we have got In order to help the starving STARKE TIRE

\ minor children. It is unlawful to sell minors intoxi-I veteran who demonstrated his people in Europe. Some folks want to abolish the OPA, and It's a SERVICEAdjoining

cating liquors, but the statutes do not classify a drinkas ability to swing on the political well-known fact to all of us that when OPA goes we'll have Inflation

intoxicating unless it contains more than 3.2 per- trapeze with the greatest of ease with a capital I. Temple Garage Temple Ave.ONWAY'S .
when he unseated the hitherto Invincible
cent alcohol by weight.In Pat Cannon. Pondering all this, I can't help but remember a classic remark

making this announcement the Attorney Gen- But just to be on the safe side In that famous movie of the first world war, "All Quiet on the

eral stated: "I agree with you that the sale of beer and not have all her eggs In one Western Front". Slim Summervllle, playing the part of a war weary

to boys fourteen and fifteen years of age is an evil I,basket, Miami may enter more soldier, said to a buddy, "Tell you what they ought to do. They

and I admire your desire to correct the same, but unfortunately -'than one contender and another I ought to put all these big guys who think these wars up In a big

there is no law against the sale of 3.2 beer hopeful from the area that Is being ; open field and let them fight It out among themselves." A lot ,

to such boys." i mentioned as a probable star- of heartache, a lot of lives, and a* lot of money would be saved If

Here is an obvious oversight on the part of our ter la Circuit Judge Holt. we followed his simple advice.Theressa 1/,'
In the John Service
discussing Station!
lawmakers anyone that should be called to their at-
Pennekamp of the Miami Herald . . .
tention at the next legislative session. There would sees both Smathers and Holt an I her mother, Mrs. J. P. Dickinson,
be far too .1,here last PHONE 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICE
many sales of beer to minors, even if the likely candidates along with Ful- Friday.

law prohibited it; but with the law actually on the side ler Warren Dan McCarty and Supreme I Miss Ida Hagan spent Saturday

of the unscrupulous beer dealer, no wonder the evil Court Justice Sebring. He By Mrs. James Swindell .1 In Starke. Oil Changing

flourishes. points out that these candidates s e e e e e Miss Elizabeth Phillips of Jack- '
would provide a race between vet- 'sonville waa the weekend guestof Greasing
erans of the armed services ItUVS DUKES STORE her father J. .
Phillips.Mr. Waxing
GIs are not the only ones who like to indulge in Warren from the NavyMcCartyfrom Ira Sibley, formerly of Deland,
the popular indoor sport of griping. Civilians are the Army-Smathers from purchased the John Dukes store and Mrs. M. Martensen ofJacksonville Washing

equally adept at this pastime, and all of us evidently the Marines and Holt from the here Friday of last week. The I guests of spent Mr. and Sunday Mrs.here S. E.as } za Y 9 Polishing

enjoy fussing and fuming over shortages of this and Coast Guard. store Is open for business. The Trlest and family. Myv

that. We might just as well become resigned to the With over one-fifth of the state new owner Is a brother of E. S. I I W. W. ._ Tire Repairs
fact however, that the United States is destined to vote and the percentage still Sibley of this community, and In Packham spent Sunday
eat less food in the near future, in order that other growing in her favor, Miami if we are glad to welcome the newcomer Gainesville with his daughter. ELECTRIC ARC WELDIN
into Mr. and Mrs
our midst. William Beabler
countries might have a little more. she were to get'solidly behind one
of Wisconsin
recently moved here
Far from hurting the health of the nation, medical ;candidate, could go a long way Mrs. J. P. Dickinson and 80n. and purchased the Walker farm
toward swinging an election butS Earl, were guests of relatives In AMOCO GAS ONE HOUR
spokesmen say hat this, enforced skimping on food Their son and daughter-in-law, -
( far she haa shown little Inclination -
will actually} do us gOOd. In fact, the health magazine to do this. Waldo Wednesday. Mr. and Mra. Robert ,Beabler, are OIL & GREASE ,
Hygeia, a publication of the medical profession and a Ernest Tries t'and Miss Irene making|I their home here also. We
Those who contend that
recognized authority in its field, declares that "This I a returned. veteran will have Cochran were visitors to Jacksonville are proud to extend our welcometo
Saturday. State
cannot possibly harm the average American citizen. a chance in future elections are them. Quaker

Indeed, it is likely to help him, since overweight after assuming that all ex-service men with Irving relatives Trlest spent last week Don't forget the church ser Oil
middle life is recognized as one of the important causes and women will vote only for vices Sunday morning and nightat
J. J. Zeigler returned to his the Baptist and Christian Sealed Containers
of abbreviated In World
longevity.. It then gives some practical those who saw service
home Friday following visit of churches. Prayer
suggestions for diminishing the War II. It is the writer's belief a meetings are
consumption of wheat
several weeks' duration with his held on Tuesday and Wednesday
and fats such that while being a returned RIDE
as one-piece sandwiches, buckwheat cakes I son in Miami. nights.Mr. .
for breakfast, the substitution of fruits and other des veteran will be helpful, it Insure Is not I Mrs. R. M. Hersey and Mrs. and Mrs E. S. Sibley were FLORIDAGREYHOUND AUTO LITE

serts for pastries and cakes broiled instead of fried elnctlon.sufficient The qualification veterans' to vote will \\J.! C. Cochrane were shopping in shopping In Jacksonville Saturday BATTERIESLINES

meat, and bread and jam without butter. I'Starke Friday. afternoon.Mrs. .
not go( as a block any I I Inc.
Mrs. Elmer Powell and S. E. Trlest
The wholehearted daughter and daughters,
manner in which our people more than Labor, the Daptista or
I Betty Lou, Saturday returned Eva Mae and Lillie Mae BUSSESFor
| and
have expressed a willingness to share food with other other groups do. Elections In I sons
to their home In Miami after Leon and Thomas uq'FMIlp/4l1t
and Miss Inez Safety
nations is encouraging. Is a mark of a reviving civi- Florida, Georgia. and other places
enjoying several weeks here Nell were in
as Jacksonville Satur- '
lization. held recently prove that. This also Comfort & Economy
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. S.
holds true of the Negro vote. day.Willis
While few be Influenced Sibley. Swindell and Elmo McGee Phone 147 Of It
a Negroes may Take Care
"Inflation is our Number One domestic problem". by this or that group, Mrs. Elsie Bell Garrett of Green were visiting In Palatka Sat-
This grave statement was made by Secretary of the the large percentage of Negroeswho Cove Springs was the guest of urday afternoon.

Treasury Fred fVSrJr on the eve of his nomination. do go to the polls will vote r
as Chief S. Supreme Court. Independently and for the candle

"The people of America have developed a tremendous date they consider best qualified
demand for consumer goods for the office, just as a large percentage
backed up by Everybody out. Have Coca-Cola
many billions of dollars In savings. Although we are of all voters do. a

well on our way into peacetime production, we cannot But getting back to the gubernatorial
produce enough tomorrow outlook, the addition
or the next day to meet this
of the names of Smothers Holt
accumulated demand. Here lies the danger of
prices spiral1ing and Sebring to those already men.
or inflation."A .
Honed and considered possible
bad case of inflation would be a nationwide candidates gives up a lengthy

catastrophe, affecting each and everyone of us. It field. Fuller Warren of course

would distort every economic value, private and public ,is a certainty. In fact he has A psl

And 80 Ilay: to you: One of the best ways to com never stopped running. _, A t
bat inflation is to take as few of our dollars as possible Three cabinet members are toyIng ( ._. -' ? ir -
to market until production shall match demand. If; with the Idea and It goes I -
you desire to help without saying that if they can I
your country and yourself to win
the economic be made to believe that they havea
phase of World War II
you will not only Chinaman's chance, they'll be
hold every war bond that you have, but ydu will con In there running their heads off.

tinue to buy ail many U. S. Savings Bonds as you can They are Tom Watson, Ed Larson
Thus you will help yourself and help to control Infla: and Colin English.
tion." Thus speaks Mr. Vinson.
While no one has committed

Spending money recklessly, buying goods at In. himself It Is my guess that two
flated prices is like cutting down the tree to get a few"their will be In the starting llne-up,

green oranges The thing to do Is wait until the Colin English and Tom Watson
Ed Larson Is receiving a lot of
oranges are ripe before
you eat them. Leave the tree
to bear fruit In to encouragement and may decideto
years come. Any child can see the try. I would say that Tom
i sense of that, yd a lot of grown folks don't
apply It to Watson baa the edge an far as
money. A few years from now they'll wish they vote-getting\ concerned. He Is
aggressive, a tighter and plenty J
colorful as a campaigner.Then .
we must not overlook Dan

Use McCarty. Dan is another probable
Mn! More Pulpwood starter and with his state \ .

I wide contact he could not be dIscounted Q \\
WRITE TIMBER DK1T. It wouldn't surprise me I -,

I Container Corp'n. of America. Fernandlna. Fla. to see as many candidates In the
next melee as we had in the Cone

campaign and whoever wins will time for food and 5
I know he has been In a race. friendly refreshmentA

EARL'S GARAGE Stapling machine, Scotch tape, cool swim refreshes from the outside in-but ice'Cold lr
paper punches, all types account Coca-Cola l

One-Half Mile South of Starke on Rows IS books, ring binders and many refreshes from the inside ,
other item at the Bradford out. No wonder the words Have a Co e '
All Kinds of Auto Work County Tf'If'I'1'&Ph.CHILLS"a. get ,
a quick response. There's no more welcome invitation
ALL WORK to enjoy sociable
Wrecker Service =FEVER
GUAJL.NTEEDUTO PARTS D.%Y refreshment-a friendly
pause those
among who
-. v DUE TO MALARIA see things the same way.
II V V .
and TRADE USED CARS COMPANY IT "Cokkee"uare the rep


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mother, Mrs. T. J. here I
Terry TO tVIIOH IT MY CO'CKHVThla ; ,I. 503 Broad Street C:P.O C A 0 I..........
this week. Tree Farms Cross Continent la to give notice that I will aln-oad Company, l"olumbus, Ohio I Witness my hand and official sal
I Miss Lois Starling was shop no longer be responsible for any You are required to appear on at "Htarke, Florida, this Jun. 18.1I411 .
lijKi'\\ debta contracted by ouvenla. UHM* July ISth, l 1446 In the above
ping In Starke Thursday. kln.. ed Court and cause. wherein. OFFICIAl SEAL) A..1. Thomas,
> Mr. and Mrs. Callie Griffia and -M St 8.28Willard C (nankin tiff Meek divorce and ( ....todv nl\n-I A. Clerk of Bald Court.
Ae Control of Minor Children. Hy Lucille C Conner 1) f',
children were dinner guests in icutfi' ford t County Telegraph hall pubI Green A jreen "Starke, Florida
IT Caller .n UFOn" I
Mr. H. C. Starke Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. I .1'111'\Ty KLOHIOAI CIIAX: lI..h this Order In next four w<><.kly AU)'. for Plf. 1.1t 4t T-l

I[ c R Crews and In Starke Aaron Sumners. CK.UV.R l<. Murtenn.. Plaintiff, v... Rnxn -WUlltllfllllllllUllllllltlii: ItlIIpIU10'lllinlllill, ,, ,,,, ,,-:"",,-i"-" --; -.;-"in im.-.1"t,. .i ;i miiiinnini' ; ', .II'"lll1ltiiil'lIlIilllIllIllII'IiiIl""lIIi"" ',;" '; ,
spent t Tuesday Mr. L. P. Rafuse Is confined to .Nf llitrtcau tI..t"n..nt. Cass No

his home here due to illness at 4gll.!

Ilne.e!. Mrs T. C. Williams this writing. We wish him a AND OIIDBR NOTICE OF rrm-lPATION TO AI'I'I:AU GRADE A HANDLED MOP

'. and speedy recovery. BTATW OP KlA>nil>A to: hose M ---
were llurtoau, whose residence and address -
Jacksonville of peer Mrs. Nettle Starling and daughter I In unknown.
Wednesday night I Louise L You are required to appear on
of HeUbronn
Springs rta
L B. Bradley. i July 8th, 194(1.( In the above namedCourt 16 oz. 75c: each :20 oz.-$1.00 each
1'1. j. spent Monday here. and cause, wherein. plaintiff
lolrs. H. C. Kelly spent Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney of seeks divorce and custody and control -
Gainesville.O. of minor ,'hl""' BradfordCounty
(d!,y tn Jacksonville were guests here Telegraph shall publish this
rl Phillips and chil"rr Sunday of Mr. Burney's mother. Order In next four. weekly I I..........
u J WltneiiB mY hand and official neat Repair Parts on Perfection & Nesco
LeSlie, Ola Mae and LIU Mr. J. E .Warren, who Is employed at Starke, Florida, thin June lat.
! relatives In Macon in Jacksonville, spent the 1946.OFFICIAL.
ests of ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Oil Cook Stoves
Kl week. Weekend here with his family. J n'a x All Clerk of said Court.
II a T nrlfe; 'i
Prevatt and son J. Misses Rosla Mae and Maggie llv I.ucrlle C. (Conner P>. C.
T. T William I). Morgan Fifth Floor
business visitors In Manning of Jacksonville spent the Clark, Building, Jackconvllle. Fla
nvt1le were Thursday. weekend here with their mother, Atty. for Pit. 6-7 4t 82NIX Imported

Strickland of Mrs. H. Manning. India Coco Door MatsNo.
| Bettle CIRCriT fOI'IIT. nit UPORDCol'rTy
her grand- Kl. lllll1 'II"N.
rvjle Is visiting . . CKItV.Marviirvt.
Crlinrer, Plaintiff, "... 0-12"x20" $2 ea. No. 2-16",27' ____ $2.75

GrahamBy I UeornreV.. 1'1..1'. Jr. Defendant.CiiNe No. 1-14"x2l"& $2.25 No. 3-I8"x30" $3.25
No. 4709OUHEIl
Mrs. John McKinney STATE OF FU'MUDA to: lleorire/
the Best With the recent dedication of has qualified 70,000 acres of forest \\'. CrlRK-er, Jr.. whose residence l I III
e e e e land as properly managed and protected Va.r,0VeBt Splller Nt.V'lh."lIle.. True Test Baby Strollers $10.50FOSTEit'S
Lonnie and Eugene Melton of for the continuous produce Von ar. required to appear on

Waldo attended church here Sun- tional tree farm movement has now tion of forest crops. In the background July, 23. 1946, In the above nam ,'
Court and cause, wherein pluln-
crossed the continent from the ex left to right are Jack W. seeks divorce llradford County
day.Mr .and Mrs. Perry Starling treme northwest, where it startedin Simmons Tallahassee member of 1",1 .. shall publish. thin Order ; ASPHALT FIBRE ROOF COATING

were guests of their son-in-law Washington State, to the ex the Florida Board. of Forestry and I Witness next four my weekly hand limuei.and. official 5 GALLONS; $2.65FOSTIR'S

1'aec& and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Frank treme southwest Parks; C. It. Coulter state forester seal nt Starke Florida, thin June
lOt h. 1048OFFICIAL! ROOF CEMENT: 50 lb. Can $2.85
Florida becomes the llth N. Culbreath -
Thomas In Hampton Sunday.Mr. now ; turpentine operator ( SHAM A. J. Thomas
REPAIRTrustworthy (I and Mrs. Felton Graves state to certify tree farms. The of Wakulla; and Harold Coles I I A* Clerk of ...hi Court. '
has been I Jacksonville executive Chas H. tress 204-05 UialtHlil*. !
and daughters, Florence and Lucite program already inaugurated I vicepresident I Jnckflonvllli. Fin.

[ Service of Lutz were visiting rela- in Alabama. Arkansas, Mississippi of the Florida State Chamberof 'Atty. for I'lf 6-tl 4t 7-12 BRADFORD HARDWARE\ CO.IKIIUUIUNIUIillllillumnwuiuiji

tives here this week. North Carolina Texas, Commerce .
[ Washington, Oregon California' In Florida the tree farm move IV ''lltt'i'IT Mr. and Mrs. Lee Youngblood
F. .'oi \7'Y, Fi.oiimti i" <-...\>. ,
arley Strong Sara- Idaho and Montana. West Virginia ment is sponsored by the Florida '
sota returned Friday to following their home a visit in here Tennessee. Maryland, New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce and George'I'If\'E. Jackiion. Plaintiff, v... I ... ''' '' ; ;:; ,, ., !' .l .. i .

137 West Call St. with friends and relatives. and five New England states plan the Florida Forest Service. Nationally No.Kluanore 41H6.om Jackson, efendant. Case I: 4

Mrs. C. B. Roberts to join the movement soon. the program is being developed >ran op rt'nucATioN:
Mr. and
IMP BLINDING JEWELER I Governor Caldwell at' left of by the American Forest AND NOTICR TO APPHAK
SINCE 1941 were in Starke Friday. I STATR OF FLORIDA to: Kirnmore -
is Florida's Products Industries Washington
and Helen Edmondson of photograph presenting Jacksnne, whone residence la
Davis I first tree farm certificate to Albert D. C., to spur greater growth of I'll I..nklNew York.

Jacksonville were guests of their Ed Kuhn of the WeaverLoughridgeLumber forest products and to combat the .t"Vo"oar"22 ,194 required,in' the: to above appear named on
parents Mr. and Mrs. Wiley I' of forest fires. lourt and .
Company of Boyd which destructiveness cause, wherein plaintiff
mondson, Sunday and during seeks divorce Bradford County
their visit were baptized and accepted Teleirraph shall publish this Order Mpends
aunt, Mrs. Martha Scott and thetatter's O. Stringfellow and Mr. and Mrs. In next four weekly Issues
into the Church member VMtnexH my hand. and official
I two daughters of Daytona M. D. Carter last weekend. Mr. ""1\1 in" 8lttrk" ,"'Ior""., thlH June
1 tY ship. and her son, Jack McKinny and Mrs. Parks and sons, Mr. and 21)
Mr. Roberts of Starke was 1 ((JFFICIAI. SEAL) A.
0 I Roy J. Thomas,,
1 the and a granddaughter. I Mrs. Stringfellow, Miss Melba I Aa Clerk of nail Court
vvv visiting friends here Mrs. Will Herndon and grand I Stringfellow, Mr. and Mrs. Carter, I X.ach H. Douglas, llulnHHvllle\ Fin. '

.4 weekend.Mr. daughter, Carolyn, and Mr. and and Mrs. George Manassa and Af.y. for IMf. -2t 41 713Cllin

and Mrs. John McKinny had Mrs. Bobby Herndon and son, I children went to St. Augustine 1'If ITOI'IIT. IIII\I>POIIU ,

as guests Sunday Mrs. JIcKlnny's Glen, of Lakeland, were Sunday Beach, were guests of Mrs. E. O. t 4'OPV'I'Y."i II V. FLultn" Iv .'II t4_ ,

guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Allen In St. Augustine and Inspected Ilacliel. Alberta hut Plaintiff, v".

Commercialand Casey and family.State the ships at Green Cove IoulM J. Hill, Defendant. Cane No. L

CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION I Springs Sunday afternoon. 8onnran OF rrnMCATioN '' drrcleani.Dg
Portrait Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams and STATI'J OF .'I..c.ltllt10: Loula J.

Mrs. J. C. William. are spending, Hill, whose residence. I its: Morehend p

Photographers Farm their vacation with relatives In city.lina. Carteret County North Caro

Milton Pensacola and Mobile. You ..
Ky Mm. Bryan Whitfield are require. to appear nn"uly
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and 8th, 104(1.( In the above nnmcd.
r . .- .- .- .- -. -. Court and reuse, wherein plaintiff
I* Cards Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Thompson jeeka divorce. Iirudford County Breeze through sultry I Hammer
Greeting \BRADLEY.111TCIIELLMr. : visited Mr. and Mrs. J. R. JonesIn Telegraph' shall publish this Order
t hatyou're
with the
in next four weekly Issues weather assurance!
I* Photo Supplies and Mrs. Hayes Mitchell of Belle Glade from Friday until Wltnemt my hand and official, eal always chic always fresh, always -
Dakota, Illinois, announce the Sunday. Little Misses Linda and at 1N49.OFS'rCTAL,Slarke. Florida, thlit May Slut,, e '"
| modern cleaning
StationeryHollywood marriage of their daughter Corp. Barbara Lee Jones returned with ( SKAT.) A..1. Thomas I dainty.
A. Clerk of said Court. is the dependable wife way
Kathryn Mitchell, to S-Sgt. JackD. their relatives for a week's stay. technique ,
By Lucille C. Conner, n. C.
of the State Farm In that not only Insure that cool 'fash-
Bradley Mr. and Mr* E. G. Land spent J. C. Durrance. Law Kxchance nidir.,
Augusta, Georgia June 16.. ), I Jackaonvllle Florida. lon-rifrht' look but also prolong the
the past week-end with relativesIn Any for Plf. '.T 41 8-18
Reese Bradley of Jacksonville Mayo. On their return trip life of your appureL Always come
served as his brother's best man 191JnrriT coi'MT, nnAU"ORn of
and the bride's matron of honor I they were Joined at High Springsby I (CHHY.'UINTF..UIU""I' Ir I'HAT4. here for dry cleaning perfection

Camera and was her sister Mrs. Alice Race, I' their grandchildren, Billie Jo Frank' Harrelaon, Plaintiff I va.
and Charles Campbell, who are Bertha Harrelaon, DefendAnt. Cane
of Elgin 111. The nuptial vows No. 4N50OIIOER. PHONE 135
PHARMACIST were pronounced by Rev. GeorgeS. I now visiting them. OF PtrnLICATION

Gift Duffle pastor of the Methodist Mrs. W. W. Fisher and children, ANn NOTICE TO APPBAK8TAT1.J 315Temple
ShopCall OF FI..nIlIItA to: llertha RO T. O11..J./wd
Church. Following their wedding I Judith, Sandra and Woodrow, Jr., Harrelnon, whose residence and ad. 111
Phone 64 STARKE dress la: 1 Clerk of the Court,,
Journey to Georgia points Sgt. and ,are visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Georgetown, Mouth Carolina. GREEN, 'euJ

[ Street at Railroad On-the-Minit Service Mrs. Bradley arrived here Wednes- Randall.] Mr. Fish spent Sunday You are required: : appear on :. ;;4- Ave.
July' ISth, 1948.! In ho.above .
day of last week and are guestsof here with his family and parents- .> Court and (..u.... wherein plain
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley. in-law. tiff eeeka divorce. llradford County

Misses! Jean and Nancy Mynl- Mrs. J. H. Hundley was the In Teleicranh next four shall weekly piibllRh liiaueii.Wltnena this. Order -

SERVICE "AS YOU LIKE IT"BRADFORD han of Jacksonville arrived Wed luncheon guest of Mr. and Mrs. mv hand and official seat
at Mtarke, Florida, thin June 12th,
BARBER SHOPCourt nesday of last week for a stay Reese Bradley, In Jacksonville 194R

of Indefinite length with Mr. and Monday. Young Clinton Bradley OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
A* Clerk of said' Court.
St. We Appreciate Your BusinessW. Mrs. J. C. Wallace. Other guestsof returned with his grandmother fora T. Frank l.andruin, rltarke, Florida. 1

K. L. Morgan Mr. and Mrs Wallace Sunday visit with his Farm relatives. Atty. for I'lf. 6-14 4t 7-6
J. Prather Mr. and Mrs.
John Mynthan,
Stahl arrived
Mrs. Clara E.
Ed- IN" cinrrrr cni IIT, \nvnnn
Dan Bryant and Mrs. Isabelle Thursday from her home In Dana, 'UI Wry, Fl.Ollllltl W tllA'V- X
wards, all of Jacksonville. C. CKHY.VH .
Indiana to visit Mr. and Mrs.
Mae Endlcott. VII.
and Mrs.
Mrs. L. F. Chapman If.\ Turney. During the past week .fumss Kndlcott, defendant. Cane

jJ.b U m m m Delicious Fielding Chapman were luncheon Mr. and Mrs. Turney also had as No. 414OIIPRR' OF prriLICATlOV: ';

% guests of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins at their guests Mr. and :Mrs. NewtonV. ANH NOTICE TO APPEAHSTATR e
Pies Cakes her KIngsley Lake home Thurs OF KUmiHA to: James \
: Turney and daughters. Mr. Endlcott. whose renld.nce IN Job. .

t Ye.) u4NNUTS Cookies day.Mrs.. Effie Johns Mrs. Al Rog. Turney, Jr., left Sunday by plane Ky., and whose ant known address :;:: ji;

for their home In Hartford, Conn.
ers and little :Misses\ Lavenla Rog-
and their children -
l. ,while Mrs. Turney
cakes of ers and Jean Dunger spent Sunday .
in visit with relatives
r'f" We specialize with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Thrift In resumed
;;; I In Winter Park. '
all kinds Monlac, Ga.Sunday .
.. visitors of Mr. and Mro. I I Guests of Mr. and Mrs .R. W. ICE

and Mrs. Brannen from Friday until Sun
W. U. Williams were '
BAKERY children were Mr. and Mrs. E. B. ,/!'.",
JACK MUSGRAVE William Perry and two day J'oo... ")-
of Jacksonville and their guests, I Taylor and son, Harold, of Jack -"' -"
...: -
706 TEMPLE AVID.Venetian. Marcell Perry and Mr. and Mrs. sonvllle. "'

Finley Perry of Iron City, Ga. I CREAMPints

Miss Merry Beth Knight of 'Church Of Christ STY Yl ED FORlOUtliHSS

_.._.-.,. ,. : Gainesville was the overnight .

guest of :Miss\ Lila Rae Caldwell : Morning and evening services '

BlindsFOR Sunday. When Miss Knight returned -I will be held: in the Starke Churchof 25c

home Monday she'was accompanied Christ Sunday according to an -

HOME AND OFFICE by her hostess and by the Rev, W. -.....- .....
FOR MEASURED Peggy Caldwell. : announcement by _._--- .::s ........-_ .._
;' EXPERTLY Mrs. W. E. Feagle left Tuesdayfor Herron. Minister. Morning ser- --

INSTALLED Miami for a two weeks' visit vices begin at 11 o'clock and "Alost

We Repair Them AlsoGASSETI with Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. sheep a lost coin, a lout boy" WE HAVE A JUNE SPECIALSHELENE'
vacation one
This trip Is a
Perry. will be the topic of the sermon.
for Mrs. Feagle following five at 7:45 o' A NICE LINE OFGROCERIES
EXCHANGE STOREE. years of work at Camp Blandlng. Night CURTIS COLD WAVE
Bradley Geiger of Jacksonville clock. A mid-week bible study

the guest of Mr. and Mr. class la scheduled for 7:45: a'clockWednesday
CALL ST.: STARKE, FLA. wa return- REDUCED TO $12.50
J. M. Bradley for a week night and a ladies'class $15 WAVE
Ing to his home Wednesday. will be held Thursday after-
Vance Geiger, of Jack- & MEATS .
and Mrs. at 2 o'clock. The public Is .
weekend noon

"MAKE IT A MIlllOM !" with lonvllle Dinner Mr.spent and guests Mrs.the of Bradley.Mr.past and Mrs. cordially tivities.V invited to all church ac- PERMALURE( CREME' WAVE

W O Engram at noon Sundaywere CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD REDUCED TO $10
Charles Sny- : $15 WAVE
Mrs. '
Mrs.], Ross of Jackson- CKR.
der and A. C. ,,'.Id..., plaintiff v. Annl.PalORngf.trntsilt. .
vlJle.Mr.. and Mrs. J. G. Lila C.ldwell Rae AND NOTICBTO st OF- APPEAR JUICES I $7.50 OIL WAVE REDUCED TO $5

SKILL OR TRADE and daughters. Misses STATE Of FLORIDA to Annie
and ad-
Frances, spent Satur- Folder. whose realdenrn
Peggy and Cald- drum !.: Windsor. Po. 250, Charle-
and traia1DU day with :Mr.\ and Mrs. J. B. ton. South Caroling All Specials Good During June Only -
:* Splendid education Ocala. During her fam- You ar. required to appear on GROCERIES -
GOD D a ran you than MO skills and trad.. well near June Caldwell July 16th. IM.. In the above named &
ia !
more ny-s absence :Miss Court and CUM, wherein plain
S. otf..d br A. e.W Jle9ulc Starke with Miss Betty tiff ...ka divorce. PYadford County
ai. In
Army and .pj> i1uniii.I .a was guest she was Telea-raph ball pnhllah thin ord.r '703 Temple Ave.
Good whose
'C"O'* Anny. pay Ann Flynn In next lour weekly Inane LADY FAIR BEAUTY SALON
"! THfS thro. and official *ea
,I',.. ,, ad"cmc.mo..t. Over through the weekend. Wltne my hand
..0'... ".. d SUarke. Florida. this Jun. llth Bus Station
''OH HOW' quart. of a mWioa IICZ". ..-.. t En route from their home In at 1946 Just Beyond

aJroady.MALE IT A MILLION G. Lake Worth to Tennessee Mr. and (OFFICIAL !SEAL' A. J. Thomas. PHONE 18 STARKE, J'LA.4S .
ald Court.
aU the facts at your a.GI..t U. S.: Mrs K. W. Parks and their two T.Aa Frank Clerk lndrum. IIt.rk. Fla.. I

2iO: p. O. Building Army Camp or Port or U. S. Army sons were with Mr. and Mrs. W. I Arty for rif. -II 4t 1.11

Jacksonville+ Fla. Recruiting Station.




:111 Ii SOCIETY and CLUBS [Ken Guernsey Heard At Ladies Night Event Miss Marian Johns Ladies Auxiliary ? .SulIi van-Ceorge

: Given By Starke Rotarians At Gold Head"If Honoree at Shower Met Tuesday Night Miss Berta Lee

Given In Hampton The Ladies Auxiliary of the ter of Mrs I Ida Geor Georg""
I could permanently 'n
,j Miss Durshimer Men's Class MeetsThe Presbyterian Church met Tuesday and Harold B
scribe one word across the face social event of ,
and r
An outstanding Mrs.
" night at 8 o'clock in the J. W
Honoree At Luncheon Men's Class of the Meth- ,of the moon that" word would be early summer In Hampton was home of Mrs. Ellery M. Davis on City were quteuy SUllivan
odlat Church will meet tonight spoke K the miscellaneous shower Thurs- Avenue. Folkston Ga.
Temple jung
Miss Durshimer, whose KendrIck Guernsey, vice presI- on
Virginia last week complimenting -
(Friday) at 8 o'clock in the recreation day afternoon of Mrs
I marriage to Frederick Selley will building to discuss the so- dent of the Gulf Life InsuranceCo. Miss Marian Clare Mrs. O. E. Stansbury presented Bradford SUllivan gradua'
event of June 30, and outstanding Jacksonville the which was well High
I be an Sunday, cial program of the class for the Johns of Waldo whose marriageto program pre- 'IS Schaal la'of
! was the inspiration for a luncheon ensuing year. The meeting was Rotarian, at the annual LadleNight e',. Hal C. Sessions was solemnized pared and consisted of two parts, and for the
given by Mrs. E. L. Matthews at event of the Starke Rotary Miss Johns the first on the topic of "Let months has been
called by T. H. Osborne, Secre- later in the day. Green amp
the Matthews cottage on Kings- tary. Club held in Gold Head Branch Is a former resident of Hampton.The there be light", and the second Cove .
ley Lake Thursday at one o'- State Park Thursday night of shower waa held in the home entitled "Walking with God." Mr. Sullivan attended

I clock. Mrs. Long HostessAt last week. '!'k 9Y of Mrs. 'J. W. Horne and hostesses As part of the program Miss Mayo. Fla., and has I'ct
Zinnias Shasta daisies magnolia Taking as his topic, "The Three for the afternoon were Mrs. Evelyn Stump sang as a touching discharged from the
leaven and other greenery I Bridge LuncheonThe Kevs to HaDoIness". the sneaker Horne, Mrs. Wilson :May and Miss solo the hymn "Master Let Me States Army..
I were used In decorating the living addressed a group of '60 Starke Barbara Home. Walk With Thee" accompanied at Miss Agnes LewIs

" I room dining room and porch T H. Slade cottage on Rotarians Rotary Anna and a few and rooms of the piano by the evening's hostess, Carl WImberly of of S
The living dining lra
where the guests ,were entertain Kingsley Lake )was the scene outside guests, remIndIng them Mrs. Davis. their only attendants ,
: ed. The luncheon, table was centered Wednesday of a lovely bridge that the Rotary movement was the Horne residence were openeden floor Mrs. H. H. Young conducted the

with a long,, low arrangement luncheon when Mrs. T. T. Long started to fill the need, of.a.lonely suite and several zinnias large quiz portion of ,the -program; and Mr. and
and table baskets of pe- Mrs
of mixed summer flowers. entertained at 10:30: o'clock. Crepe man for fellowship. From that the short business meeting was Ar

Place cards were of floral design. myrtle and radiance roses were small beginning, It has ,grown un- tunias and gladioli intermingledwith presided over by the Auxiliary Hosts At SUPPer
Miss Durshimer was presentedwith used in decorating the spacious til there are ""Vow 279.000 Rotarians fern were attractively placed.A president Mrs. H. E. Boelter.
an attractive gift .as a living room where the tables were In 5,995 clubs beautiful dahlia shoulder cor- Mr. and Mrs
throughoutthe Joe
Mrs. Boelter resigned as presi- An
memento of the occasion. placed the players. ..1 sage,.a memento of the occasion, hosts to
for world he said. a
Johns. dent of the Auxiliary due to the group of ftI/
Those, invited to be with the Following three progressions of Driving to the park.about ft 0'- KEN GUERNSEY was presented to Miss fact that she will soon make her nesday night at t their

honoree and hostess were Mrs. bridge, the scores were tallied clock, the RotarIans".a n d their With Mrs. G. P. Wad sworth home In Iowa. The Executive Water street, the Oetas
F. L. Durshimer, mother of the and Miss Madge Middleton WIUpreBt'nted guests gathered In the main picnic cream and cake, and Coca Cola. serving as mistress of ceremonies, Board appointed Mrs. K. O. Dun- Mrs. Arnold's birthday
bride-elect Mrs. W. R. Chalkley, with a box of dusting Napkins used carried the Rotary sary. Floral
; pavilion and enjoyed an hour of several parlor games were enjoy can president of the Auxiliary to decor
her grandmother and Miss Mary powder as her reward for making emblem in blue and gold, and each American
entertainment before' supper was ed by the guests. The prizes in fill the balance of Mrs. Boelter'sunexpired Beauty rose,,
lady present received as a
Louise Durshimer, Miss Margaret Mrs T. H. Slade,
high score. front
served. Under the direction ofT term, which runs until rooms, and the
Durshimrr of Brooksvllle, Miss inter of Mrs. Long, Mrs. Roy H. bahorne, a mock fashion set of salt and pepper shakersmade two Bingo games, boxes of talcum April 194 ed a buffet luncheon

Hazel Fields, Miss I Merry Beth Smith of Tennile. Ga., and Mrs parade was staged In which the I to resemble' miniature Rotary powder were awarded the As a memento of its esteem Those enjoying the at

Knight 9f Gainesville, Miss Mary' Richard Thede of Jacksonvillewere men served as models, bringing I gavel nFollowing winners, Mrs. Thornton Johns and and best wishes, the Auxiliary evening were Mr. and J
Wei" don.. Miss Jean Davis, Mrs. given packages of sachet as ,,Mr. Guernsey's address Levin John
loud applause and laughter from Mrs. May Sweeney. A musical presented the retiring presidentwith Hart, and
E. M. DavIs Misses Eleanor and of this of old favor
of remembrance
gifts group singing Sisson, all
their Rotary Anna. First prize a silver brooch pin adorned of starke-
Alice St. John, Mrs. Lyle Anderson lovely affair was won by J. C. Hoover who ites was led by Fletcher Burnett, love story was enacted, with Mrs.J. with brilliants.The Laughlin of Palatka ;
Miss Madge MIddleton, and Joining the players for luncheon. and a quartette composed of Mr. C. Wynn at the piano, and the Mrs. Douglas ; n
was costumed as a backwoodsbelle hostess served the members Fly, jr[
Misses Evelyn and Lillian Stump. were Mrs W. B. Mundy and Mrs.E. in a faded blue sunbonnetand Burnett Mr. Guernsey, Nat Stern- honoree, Miss Johns, won this con delightful refreshments of fruit Irving Kres, and Sam

L. Matthews. Those invited to gingham apron. Partnersfor berg and Junius Smith "Stoppedthe test and was presented a dainty punch with Ice cream and crackers. Green Cove Springs.
WMU Circle NoticesCircle be with the hostess and honored show"*with their rendition of .
supper were determined by handkerchief.
guests were: Mrs L. D. Vining, "I Had A Dream Dear." At about
auctioning off the men to their Those present besides the hostess WCTU
One of. the Baptist WMU Mrs.' Fred Guy Mrs M. F. Brown, Rotary Anne.Following ,10 o'clock the party broke up to The dining room table was laden were Mrs. W. J. Chandler, To Meet
will meet Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. J. E. the strains of "Old Lang Syne". with attractively wrapped gifts of H. The
3:30: o'clock In the Church Annex. Wilson 'Mrs. S. L. Peek. Mrs. the auctIon Al Stef- Arrangements for this all sizes and shapes for the bride Mrs. E. Boelter Mrs. T. N. regular monthly n
anelli member enjoyable Kendrick, Mrs. "W. A. Bonham. the Laura H Scott
of the BHS Band B
Circle to the absence Othma Mrs. J. W. Kin-
Two-Due Haynes
event In of J. Fred '
heard In were charge elect.The Mrs. J. L. Simmons, Mrs. R. H. meet Friday
from the city of the leader Mrs. call Mrs. C. A. Knight Mrs. C. cordion was numbers.a group of ac- Guy. assisted by W. H. Hart. T. gueats were served Iced Barbour of Tallahassee Mrs. J. at three o'clock afternoon,J

W. B. Alexander place of meetingof C. Hoppe of Tampa, Mrs Hamilton H. Osborne directed entertain fruit punch Individual cakes with M. Mitchell. Miss Lucille Mitchell, Tabernacle. at tl
Supper was served at long tables
this circle is unannounced. Ritch of Gainesville, Miss
under the pavilion and consisted ment, and Junlus M. Smith serv rosebud design and miniature bas- Mrs. D. S. Cook Mrs. H. H.
Circle Three will meet at the Madge Middleton, Mrs. J. M.
KIngsley Lake home of Mrs. E. Smith, Mrs E. L. Biggs, Mrs. J. of fried fish, hush puppies, potato 'ed as "chef" for the fish and hush kets of candy by the hostesses Young. Mrs. Mae DIckens Mrs.

W. Hayes for an all-day meeting. R. Wainwright Mrs. J. W. Andrews salad, baked beans, cole slaw, Ice i iI puppies. assisted by Misses Betty and Mar- Frank Bryson Mrs. C_ C. Wynn Douville-Grider
Miss Evelyn Stump, and Mrs O.
Circle Four will meet at the Mrs. D. A Monteith, Mra tha Home and Miss Harvene
church Monday fling at 6 H. C. Ritch Mrs. L. F. Chapman.Mrs. Watterson. E.. Stansbury. Mr. and Mrs, R. H.

o'clock and will leave from there N. Stemberg, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- tr Among the 25 guests enjoyingthe Starke announce the mi
for a covered dish supper at J\t1s. Mrs C. A. Darby Mrs. Mor- delightful shower were' two NEW RDIIN G TON PORTABLE their daughter Manor
Klngsley Lake. gan Rlcharde Mrs. S. R. Johns out-of-town guests, Mrs. Gordon typewriters, $3'7.'J1 (Includes ert W. Douville of Mi

Jr., and Mrs. R. F. Demorest. Wadsworth Jr., of Waldo and tax) Bradford County I Minn. The ceremony |

:btautier-baine-: -- :-: Mrs. MaxIe Carter Sr. of Starke. Telegraph. formed on June 21.

i !Jr. Club Members I. <0-. .. ,_,_ __ ..... -.._,_._--. --_._--
George D. Stauffer of Starke Hear the Rotary Club Is Jeal I tion. our little Bill, taking my New CommitteesAre
and Mrs Parlee Seine of Atlanta, 'Enjoy PicnicAt ous of honors recently bestowedupon I hands tenderly and gazing affectionately -

Ga., were united in marriage Friday Kingsley Lake the Chamber of Commerceand Into my eyes said "I Announced

night, June 18, at 7:30: o'clockIn its beauty queen, and has de- understand Mother, but they must For Woman's Club
Riverside Methodist church, The members families, and cided to go into competition have been happy because I think
Jacksonville. The Rev Clarence :friends of the Junior Woman's Consequently a mock beauty par- you are nice." Mrs. Lex Green, recently-elected
Few pastor of the church, per- i club were entertained Thursday ade was held at the Rotary Ladles president of the Starke Woman's

formed the ceremony. I afternoon of last week witha Night event. at Gold Head Thurs- Sign In front of a local gas station Club, announces the appoIntment

They were attended by William picnic supper and swimming day night of last week with such : FOUND-Something of the following committee chair-
E. Same best man, and Mrs. 'party at the Kingsley Lake home notables as Arch Thomas, Fletcher Either a hat or a bird BlewIn men and members:
I Claude Thompson, matron of honor 'I of Mr. and Mrs. William.Powell. Brnett Joe Wilson Joe Hoover, or flew in Owner may AMERICAN _
both of Atlanta, Qa. Sandwiches, potato salad, and Duke _Dupre. and Guy Andrews claim same by Identifying .. Mrs. Barbara CITIZENSHIP
Mr. Stauffer came here five watermelon. were delightful refreshments' competing for honors Bro. Her friends! ;;are telling a good Mrs. J. L. Breazeale chairman; i MSe
Anderson Mrs. Ijr'i
P. .
years front'Indiana. He and after an afternoon of Hooves' won.ret.'prize J In, hIs Joke on. 3j fctye Breazealle, ... .., D 1'
; Mxs. L.
HHill MrsD. .
; Mrs. Stauffer will reside in their swimming. Miss Lillian Stump, Sunbonnet Sue get-up, but received Seems she gets up at the crackof E. Knight ,, ; f' .. res.t
new. residence i on Kingsley Lake the'social chairman, was In chargeof some stiff competition from 'dawn every day and turns her .
Road and expect ,to'aevote muchof arrangements for the occasion Dupre attired In a billowing chickens out: so they can scratch CONSERVATION Mrs. O. 1.

their time to missionary work and she was assisted by Mrs. William evening' 'gown of yellow organdy around for breakfast \. Seems Beasley chairman; Mrs. I,,. A.
here In the Starke 'Now Davis, Mrs. A. F. Sauls ,Mrs.
area. Powell and Mrs. R. O. Kldd. the Rotarians arethreatening that during our recent spell of ,
to enter their sun- moonlight Bobble Ralph Alvarez Mrs. L. S. Hutto. %
.-. woke UP suddenly '
DOnnetea ",MIaS Rotary of 1946" saw everythingalmost a s AMERICAN HOME Mrs. K.
in the competition a t Daytona bright as day outside and hurried O. Duncan chairman; Mrs. P. 1.. C of4

11 Beach. July 4th down to turn the chickens out Bridges, Mrs. H. C. Brown Mrs,
TIRES It O .L. Haynes,, Mrs. T. T. '
TUBES and But all kidding _UIe, Rotariansand was only a little after midnight Long,
their Rotary Anns report this
teed 4G
!1 BATTERIESfor Ladies as one of the most enjoyable How're you gonna spend the I- Mrs. W. J. Churchwell.RELATIONS chair- F

Nights still they have ever heldThey're Fourth? '. It's next week you man; Mrs. George Kopelousos,
talking about know and has a habit of
slipping Mrs
the talk Uglow. Mrs. W. H. Noll- "
'e forTrucks by else Ken Guernsey, and up on you like Christmas man Mrs. C. A. Futon, Mrs. B. e '
everything was of equally Best way I can think of for local F. Harvey.
high calibre Hear that ites to spend the holiday wouldbe
Fletcher Burnett got so enthusiastic to scamper'down to Daytona DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
leading the singing that he Beach and root for Mai-tell Ed- Mrs. L. H. Jennings, chairman;
t broke Into an impromptu Mrs. J. M. Hembree, Miss Helene
clog I mondson to wis/the title of "Miss
dance In the middle of the floor Dixie" .. Bradford County hasa Ranley Mrs. R. P. StubbIns, Mrs.
adding greatly to the general I good chance to cop some more E. B. Searing, Mrs. M. C. 'May-

Tractors merriment Some of the ladles honors In this. ,.event, and the' publicity hugh. '
were heard to remark, "Why don't don't do us a bit of'harm DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC '

,you men do this more often?" Lots of Callatreeters go to Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, chairman; Mrs.I I
% ando To which one of the men Daytona anyway on the Fourth L. A. Shepherd Mrs. Joe Cottrell.

replied. "When are you girls But with this extra added DEPARTMENT 0 F EDUCA When Planning A Picnic Think of Us( .
gonna give US a party?" TION
attraction, I expect the board Mrs. R. F. Demorest,

Hear that-Frances Moyer walk will look like the front of chairman; Mrs. J. O. EnnIs, Mrs. We Can Supply Your Picnic Needs
PassengerCars (Leila's) received a wire from the postofflce when the mall train W. H. Hart. Mrs. M. W. Cressler,

hubby Johnny tother day saying comes in Mrs. Fred Pelham, Mrs. D. L.

1 .r that he was back in the states See Lewis|, Halnes---- back in town !Silcox. Paper Plates
after more than two DEPARTMENT: 0 F JUNIOR
years, and In after two
weeks at the
spite of three scheduled permanents Assembly in Deland, where Baptist he CLUB Mra. T. H. O a bo roe, Paper Forks e- 4

she threw up her hands and was among those receiving the chairman; Mrs. S. L. Peek Mrs. and Spoons '
went home to net things In order Bertha Pearce Mrs. Mattle Gaha e
highest award for
700x20 10 Ply Rayon .___________ 42.66 exclaiming: "No more work to- Hear he hitch-hiked attendance his etc. gan. Wood Forks

750x20 10 Ply Rayon _____________' 56.90( Biggs day!" la. .the. newest Incidentally. Ethel back Wednesday In four hours way, M.FINANCE F. COMMITTEE-Mrs.: and Spoons a
addition to leaving his,,bike behind because it Brown chairman; Mrs. E Waxed
825x20 10( Ply Rayon _..__________' 60.75 the force at Leila's, having chargeof was In such bad shape after that L. Matthews, Mrs. E. K. ,,Perry- Paper '' -
the appointment desk during eventful 'ride down'':; '. 't Glad man Mrs. Hogan Smith, Mrs. Sandwich Bags G
900x20 10 Ply Rayon _________.: _JL: 72.50 the summer Hear George Man- hear that Jess Alexander. Is still Robert Kite.HOUSE Jt
assa is recuperating from a major on the ,road to' COMMITTEE Paper Napkins ,"
600x16 4 Ply. ___________________ 15.38 operation in the hospital at Fort Lukes Hospital, but recovery It will* in be an-St. Paul Canova chairman; Mrs.- Mrs.G,

(Plus Net Increase and Tax) his McPherson Betty can't be at other two weeks before he'll be B. Flynn Mrs. C. F. Ward Mrs, size
side to cheer him up on account able to return, home ., A. W. Anderson. Picnic Jugs gallon
.> of theyhaven't been able
to find an apartment or a house Don't jump to conclusions and Mitchell MEMBERSHIP Mrs.' J." M. A few left at 3.39
In chairman; Mrs. F. F.
Auto Batteries '. . 8.25 Atlanta! yet..:...:: think Dooley. it's Davis has the Stump. Mrs W. E. Mid i dlcto",
mumps "Just" a boll .
Life In these United State: ... But a very painful one, according Mr E. D. Tenly.PUBLICITY.
paragraph contributed by Edna to her account That Cotton }.Ir.. L. 'D
.; Nail Mrs. W.' S.) After care- Halnes. chair Also
Ball planned by the Junior Wont- man ; Mrs. Chas. a few Thermos BottlesPintWe

Home Supplies -' Auto Supplies ful I decided consideration It best, my to husband tell and an's Club for Tuesday. July 2. Wade Mrs. Edith Mosel,'.

and our son certainly sounds, Intriguing SOCIAL COMMITTEE!: Mrs.
daughter aged eight and six Hear they've imported, a band and W. B. Mundy chairman; Mrs. Joe

Farm SuppliesWE respectively, that they were everything and the girls will be Wilson Mrs. L. D. Vining,' Mrs. rol
adopted.which .Tim came foe,the story airily attired Ih cool'street length Harry Lappe. also have shelf paper in
was r
glen'in every way a eotton dresses .- Have
an idea Mrs. Edward
HAVE detailed
THEM! account. In
to impress an effort I'll see you there .'. Until then Burns chairman: Mrs. T.-A. Har at lOc, 15c and 60c
upon their little .
.8010ng. ris. '
SEE US BEFORE minds that being adopted was A .-' ;, '
YOU BUY something to be proud of, I explained '.J' -- arolyn.Methodist" LIBRARY Mrs.C. A. Knight

how. they were chosen chairman; Mra. W. J. Epperson.

from hundreds of other children Circles Mra. C. H. Nasworthy Mrs. Let us fill prescriptions-
in the Tennessee Children's Home Met Lemuet Colaon. -your
Farm Home & Auto at Nashville Tennessee ,To prepare A registered Pharmacist duty at all
them for an answer to any Circles of the WSCS of the Jr. Club to MeetThe on
question that, might arise In the Methodist church will meet Mon

Supply,, Inc. future I told them to always remember day July 1st at 3:30: p. m. Circle Junior Woman's Club will
144 the story "I was chosen(One will be entertained by JoIn.I I have its regular meeting Wednesday -
WEST CALL STREET from hundreds, while your Mother J. B. Cottrell at the Church 1 July 3rd at 8 o'clock In
and Daddy had to take you" and school building. Circle Two will I the Club building.Hostesses Koch 5toRrtann'HD
to make this dine, I explained be entertained by Mrs. L. W. for this Drug
how my own Mother and DM bad Koch, at her home on north Walnut J Mrs. Harold Carden meeting are
to take me Without littler street. Gamita
and Miss Madge \Vhlgham. .



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of ,LOCAL NEWS r Lawn chairs $. (J; breakfast) "Beauty" Winner I ChurchThis i'and have proved mast helpful and come to a clone Saturday sifts, ,
suits $27.50 at Sam RoMenbcrg dvSon's. : I I challenging to the many attend!1 I.and the public la cordially ....... I,

I I''to be for all aerekeaUN.
: Sunday morning at the 11 !i ing the services. The meetings; present -
"" "T Mrs Randall Cobb and Mrs. V. S. St. John and daughter Mimes Merry Beth and Nancy o'clock services In the First Baptist -'

and Belle Glade wereJfci Miss Alice St. John, left Wed- Knight of Gainesville spent several Church the pastor, Rev. L. D. 'I

of Mr. and Mrs. nesday to visit Mrs. St. Johns' days recently I with their Haines, will deliver his concluding !

daughter, Mrs. D. H. Christian grandparents, Col. and Mrs. D. E. sermon In the series "June'Jour- j I II
,;. M(re I in Darlen, Conn. Knight. Merry Beth was graduated ,, neys With Jesus to Jerusalem."
and Mrs Edmond Tenly this year from the Gainesville ; The theme of the sermon will be
r. guests recently Mrs. Mary Lee Hancock has asher High School and will attend "Treading the Lonesome Trail.
had .
her $ :MON. JUNE 30
tarkO guest sister, Mrs. Charles -
aunts, Mr. W. H. FSCW in Tallahassee this fall. During thla series of talks each
i -enyg, and Mrs.Greene J. Kay, and son, Charles III, of journey of the Saviour to Jerusa- ,
of Cordele Baltimore Md. It has recently been 'learned lem studied.
lams was
I'' Ga. her "DRAGOmVYCK"
of Ashburn that Bob Stith of Washington, D.
of ReldsG Mrs. Miriam Kickliter During the 8 o'clock service
Walters and
W B. C., who Is the grandson of Mr, ,
er and Mrs. C. F. daughters, Dorothy Claire and Sunday night the pastor will
.. the Rev. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, has received \
Sammle I bring the congregation an evan- Cene Tierney' Vincent Price
Mr. and Mrs. Laur- spent Sunday at St. Augustine 'I
and an appointment to the Annapolis
ker and will
all of Gainesville; Beach. gelistic message everyone
L McGlynn Naval Academy at Annapolis -
and mother. Mr. I LW-Mc' assist' the Youth Choir In singing
her father Luclan Conner, secretary of the Md. Bob, Is at present
of Jack- JULY 2 ::3.4
C. H. Walters favorite hymns and choruses. TUES. W. D. T11UHS. -
Mrs. Starke Chamber of Commerce, left serving in the navy as an enlisted
'5e. ) seaman and will for his } s : Sunday school begins at 9:45:
Sunday to attend a short courseIn report N7 N7t '
and Mrs. Edmond Tenly'ofCbandler C of C functions and manage- new training sometime in September. o'clockSunday, morning and there "TARS & SPARS"

J Friday of last week ment at Chapel Hill, N. C. p are departments and classes for .

N. C., where Mrs. all ages The Training Unions
Powell of Jacksonville SPARKLING :MUSICAL
i. remaining as a patientLah Guaranteed p e r-, meet Sunday night at 6:45: o'clock.
was visiting his mother Mrs. Mattie
there. Mr.y manent wave $5 at Leila's Beauty !
Sanitarium here Monday. Salon. I B. Gahagan this week, The mid-week service Is held each Janet Blair Alfred ,Drake

: returned 1+15' Wednesday night beginning at 8
it,, and !Mrs. John Sorensen left I Miss Eleanor Durshlmer, who Gainesville Miss Merry Beth last Knight week-end of o'clock. The visitor or stranger,
Panama City where has been visiting relatives here well is FlU SAT. JULY 5. 6DOUBLE
Vweek for with her grandparents, Mr. and as as the member, always -
for the few
their home. past days has returned
will I make Mrs. D. E. welcome, the pastor said.
to Newark, N. J., where she Is Knight. FEATURE-
$1.50; breakfast During this week, which la the
chairs iii'
liD employed by the government.Mrs. .
Mrs. R. J Davis is
spendingthis ,.
8 r!,!27.5l at Sam Ronenbwg: Emma left Wed- week in Jacksonville with her ,' ,' _, .... Week of Christian Growth, a dally "Throw A Saddle On A Star",
a I Ir. Murphy brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and I----- .4. meeting Is held each night beginning *
nesday to make her home with
and Mrs. Fred F. Stump reed relatives in Brown Summit, N. C. Mrs. Rufus J. Tatum. I J. C. Hoover, well-known Starke at 8 o'clock. Preceding the I & *. *>

Tuesday after spending the photographer and' new presidentof dally services at 7:30: o'clock the I *
trend in Lloyd with their son- l Mrs. Thos. F. Grady will return Jimmie Peek returned home the Stare\ Rotary Club, Is Youth Choir and all who ,-njoy'' "Johnny Comes Flying Home

] and daughter. Mr. and :Mrs. Sunday from Fort Monmouth, N. Sunday night after spending a shown above In the clever costume singing hold a half-hour song pro-
& vacation in New York. i
i.Thomson. I I J., where she has been the guest with which he won first : gram. These dally meetings are ALSO CARTOON

of her brother-in-law and sister, Miss Marjorie Manning of Jack- prize in a mock fashion parade I directed by a visiting missionary,
Air and Mrs. John Deas ofJriina Col. and Mrs. G. C. Irwin. sonville Is visiting Mrs. L. E. staged at the club's Ladles Night the Rev. T H. York of Tampa I
City spent the weekend I event last week. I a''
KIngsley Lake with Mrs. Deas' Mr. and Mrs. Joe! Edwards of Mosley. -Photo by T. H. Osborne.

'nls, Mr. and Mrs.. E. W. Daytona Beach were guests last SPECIAL: Guaranteed! p e rmanent '

tea week of Mr. Edwards' mother, wave $5 at Leila's BeautySalon. Mrs. Emmett Raney has returned

r. and Mrs. Larry Rogers. Mrs. Mae Edwards. to her home In Freeman | GIFT HEADQUARTERS fc
visit here with her
Va., after a
9. Katherlne Slater and Bill Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and Miss Gloria Buford of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Floyd

irton, of Mla-ni> were guests I son, Enos, are spending the summer spent Sunday afternoon with Green.parents,

t week of Mrs. Mae Edwards I at their cottage on Kingsley her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C.

t Miss Elaine Edwards. Lake. Buford. FOR SALE-6 Westinghouse \

electric drink boxes. Galvanized
I Miss Thelma Green la
'anA'Ith lids good condition
garbage* ( '
week in St. Augustine with $3-Sam RottenberR & Son. Billfolds Watch Bands
her aunt, Mrs. Jim Creech.
Little "DeUres Marshall is en- .V
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shepherdand Joying a'visit with relatives at

odSiixAN family of Lake City are i Anthony. IIMI' ; 9 Watch Chains
e Compacts
spending two months at the
Klngsley Lake home of Mrs. E. and? Mrs\. A. F. Sauls, Jr., 8i

L. Biggs. of New Orleans, La., are guests
this week of Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
Mrs. D. W. Moore was the guest Sauls. -* Necklaces Sun Glasses
of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weest In a
Hampton Sunday night. Mrs. L. J. Green and children
INSURANCE MAN and Mrs. P. :1. Barefoot were in e'A w'
A WATER Mrs. J. P. Burns and afternoon. 'Novelties '
f tfAa Jacksonville 'Thursday Emblems '1eE .
PEKWHILLE EXPLAINING / 1 Joan and Jean, are here daughters'l e
tf lanta for a visit with Ned OFFICE SUPPLIES Full

LIABILITY HAZARDS TOIII > mother, Mrs. Cella Manansa, Mr. line at the Bradford County Tele

A PROSPECT,BROKE Burns will arrive from Atlanta to graph. Bracelets
TWO RIBS. r spend the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Edward .

43 lA / of Atlanta spent last week-end
Seaman 1-c Ernest' W. Allen,
fepssas with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ed-
:*. son of Mrs. Jimmie Woodard was warda.
honorably discharged from the
Navy June 20 and Is at the home Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards Identification

hereof his mother: Mrs. Jimmie spent last Thursday/ In Jackson- ww

WASP ZOOMED DOWN Woodard. While In the service vUle."j Bracelets

YAWNING he served on the USNAAB Plymouth Gus Beasley and
THE THROAT OF Mr. and Mrs.
ATONSIL. Navv 41ft. LST 40, USS on of Goose Creek Texas who I'" .... ,.
e MAMSTUNG / FHIiDD 154, USS Merak, and have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.

> ... AF 21. O. L. Beasley left this week for a
visit with friends throughout the' QUALITY MERCHANDISE
t Misses' MArv Ahbie and Mary

Jo Wells of Pensacola were weekend state. REASONABLE PRICES( '

guests of Miss Sharon Hall. Mr. and Mr!". A. C. Durden and

4 The girls are spending this weekIn Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and son, James,
4iWfiVZJ78ows Jacksonville with Mr.\ and Mrs. are spending this week with Mr.\.

ri M. C. Wlls. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. Harley F, StrongThe

WiSnfKP150 Klncald at Klngsley'
l BARGAINS: .I-r>('. maple llvlnsr Jeanette

** 3SJ room units (silently: used) $37.50' Lake.Mr.
and $42.50; also chairs tabled and 'Mrs. V. E. Howard Finest Jewelry Store In Starke
M. M I i m if*mr cabinet from Blamllntc siirnlu*.- have returned from visiting their CAMP BLANDING Jl.{EVER SINCE 1911

& SON. Mrs. J. P. Rus-
SAM ROSENBERG children, Mr.and
(Formerly The Slag)
sell In ,
Mr. and MrsHamilton Bitch Klngsyllle PHONE 153

H. C. Wall AgencyConstant of Gainesville are spendingthe BARGAINS 3-pc. maple living 137 W. Call St. STARKE. FLA.

summer at their cottage on Kings- room suit (slightly used) $37.50
also chair. tables
ley Lake. and $42.50; .
Service Over 50 Years cabinet from Blandlng surplus.
Jack Brings of Jacksonville -
SON. '
In the guest of her sister, 3-Piece Tapestry rx

Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED Mrs A. Z. Adklns at Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Long of ,1 -

Lake. Orlando will spend this weekend LIVING ROOM i;

with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundyat I
i Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Hntto Kingsley Lake. SUITS
villi tine
[ and on. Frankle. are
Mrs. Hntto's mother. Mrs. M. M. Miss Charlotte Underhill of St. Beautifully Designed'

Denmark in Jacksonville.Mrs. Petersburg is visiting this week Well Constructed

sr "OCR FARM, CITY AND FOR SALE-Hor.e., milieu and milk with Mrs. Ruby Johns. } .
Ruaranteert. Mae Jones. Mrs R. C. =
Satisfaction: r1uI
: 169.50
SlYESS PROPERTY ., I fowling Brothers, Highway&.28 13.4t I n<'Iwll"*'. Mrs.\. H. L. Moore and FOR S.tLE-0 Westinghouse _.1_' N
113-J, Starke, .
I Phone I Miss Marjorie Sue Mlddleton, all electric drink boxes. Galvanized r r

FOR SALE-30 acre 18 acre In of Jacksonville, were truest Tuesday I garbage eons. with lids. good condition OAK
9 STRQ1IT SELLS: REAL. large heavily-loaded bearing:andother pecan of Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton and ,'$3-Sam Ronenberic & !Son.
KITATIB tree About 25 pear the Matthews
e".teat edv.etlae..f _.._ tn.....,Grove In In excellentcondition. home, enloyed the day at Lake. Mrs. Paul'Alteen of Laurens PORCH SWINGS i
rood dwelling on Kingsley
pro..erty. if. .... ever Sec her uncle j
..,.* barn and other building S. C.* has visiting
.. aaren "om rrsnsi s ale Farms ever tae owner, U J. Prevatt HFI 2. Box on Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto have and aunt Mr and Mrs W. B.fundy 6.63.
.. houne
.. (3rd
FMJ BI sees ltatt... Brownlee 149Stark.Road. (-28 4tp returned from a vacation spent )\. this week.! 1

STROUT.REALTY&GENCY visiting relatives in Tampa and Price Includes Chains .. ,
| fc-prwritea Locally LOST-Ladles blue wallet SundayIn Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Monteith
r. C. HOLLINGSWORTH By vicinity of bus station Clair Washington containing St. Petersburg. and daughter Margaret will leave .. ,. .I .... I .. v..
US\ street to St.small amountof SPECIAL Guaranteed permanent Sunday for Phoenixville Pa.,
So. Walnut St.S".ES8ES papers
money. Reward Metrano. He- wave $5 at Leila's Beauty where they will visit with rela- 3-3 Innerspring Mattresses

of all kind. rno- turn to newspaper office. lip Salon. tives and frtenda.BARGAIS8 Free! Free! 45.00

atln.hu'd and 8. coin ( col nltuDrop u. M AAvrf. WANTED-Old U. confederate The Rev. W. J. S-pc. maple living
A..STI\/GS\/ MATTRESS CA. : shiver or copper). confederateenvelopes meeting of the Boardof suit slightly owed) $37.50
H. and attending a room
fit old U.
I'la. bills Porch Rockers . 9.15
with or without Will Mission at Ocala today and and $42-30; also chain, table, Thermometerswith -

1)1t D.8A.L&-Two Plywoopdopaint floor tamps.. prices tamp for collections.any of above will also go to Lakeland before cabinet from Blandlng ..urpl.SAM ....-
: top
marin. eyI. pay Write and give description Mlsa Helen Benner ROSENBERG SON. '
material. his return. Electric Thermo:Broilers
: DIcnsrobencher 1 and table of lum. for sale. J. R. Vlcker of the
> City. has been a guest
Lake who
yRarda p BiendlnE. .1. prop.rtY'1. Kla.*. P. O. Box 1011. 6-7 Up Churchwella at the parsonage, left Mrs. Sam Dell of Gainesville Calendars Limited lumber *,. .' _.,__ l -57
with W.
In Sunday afternoon
k. Tuesday night for her home spent
14<< mlJE..: FUR 8AJJC_ Radio WANTED TO I't1TPeean! ..rove.I York. L. Wall.
ml 1m. 15. at fire tower site. acres or more .on paved '
J July HUM! I I1'!"*Job of Camp optlo Blandlnc a4.Avallablep. on ; prefer. house Must with be reason someconveniences. Mrs., Evelyn Held of Jacksonville MaJ. and Mrs. H. C. Wall of Just Call for Them rEw'i1Ir'HENT "RECEIVED

,,,'., Farm.J-. Ftiltar, Box lop able.-Ueo. H. Vanpfy, Oen.'-21 Del.Itp. was a guest Sunday of Mr. St. Augustine 'spent last week-end
Stark and Mrs. D. D. Woodard. with W. L.. WalL I" I"

:lI'n.ler.'DhLE-Two. Oowl wh tlr...l..trailer S..and N. FOR SALE. first_year MI..lonan'new croun"berry. i Miss Opal Morrell of Lake City Concert At CorinthCorinth We have a few of the scarce iterns such as Electric Irons,
...cot .r Lafa elte and plants thoueand. J. D. Bow- of Mrs. Jimmie
i.. 8t.rk.. p-la. lop or 1411. 2 miles east 'was the guest Broilers Coil Springs Innerspring'' Mattresses. We buy
Road '
place. afternoon. ,
era Wcldon.Henry Woodard Tuesday Baptist Church Ls sponsoring
; .. *
'"' fou'/CT11'** row boat room of Stark -Btev .U lOt
Urn, "r.1? to fh'h.. .* ono I' Coxswain Ernest Ray St. John a special 'concert Friday and sell good used
'sal. T"" ".. SSO. cI Cochber"aa. and bllidings.aico Olustee was visiting hi* night, June,.28,. beginning at 8
Via. It of
FI"H SALE-'utlb. CAmp. and o'clock to which the .public U
Labor and slater, Mr.
I I2.)&*eer M"I.E-Jerry'o.. dOlnc' toot Lunch buslnsss.L rood. Camp Hunsbrrr.JUan"tn. call any 1.1 day.4tP Mrs.brother-in-law J. M. Allen and Mr. and cordially invited and urged to at IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

L "'ashes. to r.tlr.. P. O. I Mrs. D. D. Woodard recently. tend.
Blark.. Fla. B.U 2t o1l..lonary. strawberry of H. Denmark Furniture Co.
'' NEW GROUND was a Professor Bunning Waycross John
:. rTworoom furnished plant' for asls. by b"d'i Mrs. Brainard Harvey well-known throughout this
I. Ga.,
*"..1'e i- good location, C. Knlcht. Rt. Gainesville Monday.Mr. .
1'.0- ch..ap.-'d. to
I.n visitor
of the state, will conduct ST ARIE FLA.l
Autnmatle portion 151
III w.ter hyt.rt tey.NO and )Ir.. J. R. Wainwright PHONE .
C..a-Colles furnl "! the excellent program which will
DinL'CAI. .t' FLIES orfleas I children will\ occupy the Mc-
ANTS and and
:' ROACIIES Aerosol nuts Lake for Include musical number
use our on KIngsley
GnneIC0TTOY RAG waned.Be. It you k.ro..n. Coy cottage
,. the
not ..: jokes.
l4re .hQttftnll. Teeper .Ib.-Brad-...11.. Bo.b Lasts for w..ke.ut.tf several weeks.

county T.I.gr.pa If Fountain. I I t




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i wr cinrrir corar. JlRADJI'ORD I Shrk.. I A. M.The. =--

t . . . Smedley. speaker. Evening Daring Sun Suit CElt COUNTY.Y. FLOIUOAI IN CHAN- Route I'.rooker bringing to meet high Sam school Mott Koute.pupilsto I I reject any Board resr e1 Ibl(
worship at Baptist church Bids will be accepted on or before and ..It: blat,
HamptonBy W. A. Scott, pastor 'r. Rosetta.ORDER. Defendant.:Miller OF, Plaintiff PUBLICATIONAND Code vs.No Vernon11I1I..r. 4865. :Monday: July 1, 1946 at 10:00 "1-14 4t 7.5 A. n MOR':..UIJt.8

K. B. Watterson received word STATE OP FLORIDA to: Vernon
. . . e Miller, whose residence and address ...-, time to checkprinting
Saturday of last week of the .In; 2 Meadow Street, New Haven yo
CALENDAR death of his father, G. R. Wat Connecticut. requirement
terson, In Norfolk, Va. K. B. You: are required to appear on ,
For Sunday June SO 10-16 July 22. 1946. In the above named -L
Watterson. ace ompanled by a Court and cause, wherein plaintiff erheads En\'
10:00: A. M. Baptist Sunday Bradford CountyTelegraph lop
nephew, Owen Simmons, and two Reeks divorce. Business
School Methodist Sun day cousins, :M. L. Watterson and f t 4im ':' next four hall weekly publish Issue this OrderIn Pi1NtIN Cards

School. Frederick Watterson, left Saturday Witness my hand and official
for Norfolk. ( -::. seal. at Starke, Florida. this 19th AU Types; Ruled Fonm
10:30 A. M.--Conventlon of Chris
day of June 1946.
: ; "i'' (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
of Bra d ford .
tian churches
REVIVAL CLOSES .; )' ..;. As Clerk of said Court.T. BRADFORD COUNTY
county at Christian church. The Union revival closed Sun Frank Landrum, titarke, Fla. TELEGRAP
Atty. for Plf 6-21 4t 7-13
12:30: P. M.-Bosket dinner at day night following a two weeks Phone 29
meeting. The series was a great ... ,< 'J Starke,
Christian church. '!',";1. .v ciitcriT coriiT. imi>Foin>
success and proved a great bless COI'NTY Fl.OHIO.4l IN CHANCKItY. -
2:00: P. M.-Afternoon service. ing to all those attending the i-r .

4:00: P. M.-Baptismal servicesat services. Many conversions and Pasquall Strazzullo, Plaintiff vs.
Jlovanna Uranchlxlo Strazzullo.
Hampton lake. re-dedicationa to Christian service Defendant. Case No. 4827. /
8:00: P. M.-Evening Worship at attested to the wonderful ORDER OF PUBLICATION'AND \

Christian church. W. G. spiritual uplift inspired by the re STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA Tda APPEAR to: Jlov.

I vival. anna Branc-hlzlo Strazzullo, whose
residence. and address IK.: Poeftla De v
11 The remarkable fellowship and njro Imante Porta Cran Napoli.
kindred spirit of all denominations Italy.

will long be remembered in this July You 8th are 1946 required, In the to above appear named on tDJJJ."
community. The revival was one ? Court And cause, wherein plaintiff :J
of the eventsof seeks divorce. Bradford County
greatest religious
Telegraph shall publish this Order ilAx
recent years in Hampton. in next four weeftly: IfHueH.WltneHs I .I CJ.ID

Evangelist Elmer D. Piper, a White Wesley Simpson cotton bathing cult! with scarlet sun. pla.hu. at Starke,mv Florida hand,and this official June seal Stli. /) r. are hauling logs or .hs
powerful and inspiring speaker, and sunspot is shown above as pictured in the June Issue of Town; & 948. ( for a Wg company, you are ma
won many true friends while In ''Country magazine. The strapless. bra measures your sunburn with nIce A.(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas, to their Special Scan DUcoui!

midst and it was with real accuracy for strapless vtnings later. By Lucille C. Conner D. C.
.lour T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida,
that local citizens him
regret saw for
Atty. Plf. 6-7 4t 6-2S
depart for his home In Chattanooga

Tenn. His next assignmentwill Hot Weather. Suit IN nnrrrr coritT. iin.\i>ponn TRUCK TIRESq:.,
be a revival in Green Briar rolTNTY. FLORIDA/ CHAN.CKHY. '
Ala. All Popular SUes. 7 j .
Walter \<; VR. Areme-
n\ll. vanabPlalntltf Cane No. ",?' :
Hampton's new postofflce build- AND NOTICE TO APPEAIt BUY ON }
Ing was opened for business Fri. STATI OF FLORIDA to: Arem- i

DAH 1ER'SGIF"r day of last week and postmaster coin address Evans Is 2052 whose North residence Marshall and EASY CREDIT .
H. B. Wiggins and his office personnel IItr..et. Philadelphia Pennsylvania.You "'t t.
have had week are required to appear on TERMS
a busy
SHOP uly 22. 1946, In the above named -
adjusting themselves, and the Court and cause wherein plaIn. .it)!... '
patrons, to the change. tiff seeks. divorce. Bradford County
110 EAST CALL ST. Telegraph shall publish this Order Store flours: Daily 9 A M:5:30 TM. Saturday 9 A.M.-J
The new building l is adjacentto In next four weekly Issues. r
PHONE 60 the old wooden post of flee, Is Witness my hand and official
seal at Starke, Florida, this June
modern in appearance, has light- 18. 1946.
.. t (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
i "" I AH
Clerk of said! Court.
William D. Morgan Fifth Floor
lark Bid!'. Jack onville, Fla. Free Flight Instruction
FRESHSEAFOOD Atty. for Plf. 6-21 4t 7-12

IX ruicriT roriiT. Hit.tnFonn
('o"1'F'.OIlIl)\I 1CHAN..
CANNING CKIIY.Kathryn. With Each Purchase of a

V. Rafferty, Plaintiff vs.!
andPOULTRY Thomas Rafferty, Defendant. Case

t'' : STATE OF FLORIDA to: T-5
Thomas J. Rafferty, 32400R19 whose
residence and address Is. Co. N.. 10
fn., A. n. F. T. C., Aberdeen Prov ( Payment $66:>)
nir (I'ollndH. :Md.
L, You are required to appear on
A July 8th 1946. In the above named
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
""i'a A two-piece suit In bright "Sun Red" rayon shantung la shown above seeks divorce & custody and ronrol S.efeet The Leader. .
is pictured In the June Issue of Harper's of minor child. Pradford
Bazaar. It has a very short, County Telegraph shall publish 1 this '
''pUSE JV rid Safest Train i ir
.: other loose jacket with a Peter Pan collar and sleeves with turned bach Order In next four weekly luxues. 0 8
tiffs. It has four gold coin. buttons down the front and two on the sleeve Witness. my hand and official
he skirt. four-gored.: eea.' 1948.at Starke' Florida, tills June5th ,

(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said )Court A. J. ThomasAs See The New Cub Now On Display
Ing and other facilities, and Is: Moorer of Jacksonville were recent fy Lucille C. Conner D. C.

t owned by the Town of Hampton.! guests of Mr and Mrs. H. T Atty..Frank for Landrum Plf. Starke 6-7,4t Fla.6-2S

at theFINS The new postofflce is small and D. May. ,_ CONWAY AIRPARK
compact'and it Is expected that Miss Joan Sweeney is spendingtwo NOT I'C B
all citizens will take pride in I weeks as the guest of relatives The Board of Publro Instructionof
Bradford County Florida will accept CONWAY LIBBY
keeping it clean and neat. In Green Cove Springs and written bids. on the following;

Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Parker Jacksonville. route.Mrs..Lee Oreen Route Brooker, AUTHORIZED CUB DEALERS
andLEATHERS Teddy and Sue Duncan of I I
and daughters) are spending several Fla.Sam
JARSCAPS Gainesville are guests of their Mott Route Brooker to
months in their former hometown t
uncle and
aunt. Mr. and Mrs.
LIDS Coleman, Ala. Purvis Hazen. .

A RUBBERS Mrs. J. W. Horne and daughter Mica June Johnson of Jacksonville

Next To Alvarez' Store Betty, and Mrs. O. D. Gay spent the weekend here with ,
And follow ln .ru.tkMultk .
I were recently in Jacksonville
shopping -
slater Mrs. Frank Williams.
IUII Blue Book. To fet yam eo.yenu .
GLENN Corbin S. Scott of
WOOD Prop. Ormond
] lOo with 7urn>me and sddVeMt
.1 Mrs. Martha K. Smith of Day. spent last Friday with his uncle
.. '4 !ALL JKOTlim COMPANY. ....ct.,W.STARKE ona Beach spent Thursday of last 'and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Leaaton' ,

week here with her son, William A. Wynn, at Hampton Lake. ;
H. Smith and his family. Mrs. Charlie'.Hall: had as
Mrs. Merle Rahme and children end guests her!daughters,

Joan, Buddie and Larry of L. Youngblood of Waldo, Mrs.
ifayport, arrived Saturday for a J. L. Partin of Tampa, and Mrs. (1qW.
i after the game. visit with Mrs. Rahme's mother, Margie Wasdln of Jacksonville.
O .. Mrs. J. F. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. William Martinof
*r* Mrs. Bessie Andreu of Ft.
r Starke were recent guests of
II ,vJY Pierce and Mr. and Mrs. Leon B. Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watterson. II


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BeachEvery gkHere's ': ,

Thursday From 12 to 6 ELECTRICITI-

Beginning May 30th A Mother Who Uses mUll' IIU

"SuasblB. S.nlc.br.Dd-

LAUNDRY SERVICE )not than Immediate savings to JOIIo
Free '

oSWIMMING bom.ld. ....er. B
17\ Yes sensible mothers place the entire work It makes

PICNIC TABLES and worry of their wash where it belongs- 1 l', ... **dtl
with us. Our laundry service is an inexpensive attract a";enterprise, Dew P*!*

Large Room For luxury for mothers who appreciate "
Dressing AccommodationsWe _. '::- more time for things of importance--more vldenc ol how Florida Power f 4 U "

time for freedom-more time for ease.,Bundle

Suggest For A Good lIealTRY OUR your wash and call us today. .. helping build J1odda.

Cottages, Rooms, Apartments Reasonable Rates STARKE DRY CLEANERS

0 Billiards Boating Bowling STARKE, FLORIDA rou( =LICIT [OJIPill


KINGSLEY LAKE Next Door To Camp Blanding FLA. dna ,,,,


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the city met in Allen Chapel in a 1 powered team for
another thrillIng AND NOTICE TO APPEAR In next four weekly laauea.ltnena .
congress. The main address was game against the Eustis ball Home For Vets STATE' OF "'I.Oltln.t.". hdwarl! \\ my hand and official neat
I club, which L. Touchberry. wh..". rnaldence la at Starkn, Florida, this. June 6th,
W. parker delivered by the Rev. W. J. Strong, today stands unde- unknown. 1944.
1) ,
1 pastor of the Greater Nebo Bap- feated. The Caps are taking along ':' M\I You are required to appear on (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
July 8th, 1040 In the above Aa Clerk of said Court.Hy
named -
tut Church of Lincoln such sacrifice bunters and r ii 3T < > ... ; .
23 marked an- City. His 0" Court and reuse, wherein plain Lucille C (Conner D. C.
June services at subject was "A Greater Sunday I atomic sluggers as Homer "Jabo" .' ';. n tiff seeks. divert Bradford County 'r. Frank I wind rum. Htarke, Pla.
day and Adkint Author ,, ri .' Telegraph .hall. publish tlila. Order Atty for Plf 6-7 4t 8-18
good. School". For 15 minutes he was "Fats""eston, I In next four weekly ItnilVKnenil *".
urches were at 3:00: 0'Ihe at his best and all who failed to I Bubber "Foots" Hlye, Bunk "Lip. .".;. I..' \ \ mv hand" and official neal. : 'lIt'I'IT cm HT, R""UFO'I"
py" Albert tai at Starke, Florida, thla June 8th. ('M >'1'''. rLoiiinti iviv : t.'N-
.\' Sunday Schools off hear him missed a treat. After known as Big Pete $ SFe ec 1Y III. C'ICHV.Cntheilne.
which Mrs. Lot tie i English ofWaldo the Twister "Happy" Leander ",' (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, Thomas, de Solmlnlhac, Plaintiff.
Jones also A. Clerk; of ald, ( ollrt. Alain d Solmlnlhac, Defendant
sang a solo that filled our called "The Buster'Little ;) Zilch II IXiiiitlad, llalnmvlllis I Fin.Atty Case 11. No 4829.OHDKR hearts with the Holy Spirit. Col- "June Bug" Green and oth for I'lf 11-7 4t II.II' OP I't' LIC'ATION
lection $59.70. ers. Parker hasn't announced Just ANU> NOVICE TO APPHAH8TATR
who rtn'e'IT cornr. rm\i.FOl1n OF FLOUIDA to: Alain
The next congress will meet take the mound for the ('nl'4rY' KI.OIIIUll IV:1 llt.VM- tlo 8i nlnlhac l whose realdencei andaddress
Blue Caps, but he's not worriedfor KHV. la 111 bin rue DoudeauvltleI'urln
with the Mount Calvary Baptist he has John K. MoHeley, Plaintiff va. (IJ eme) Prance
Church the Rev. C. A. Crum pastor developed rainy day Helen. J. Moaeley Defendant. Case You are required to appear on
[ <-) I the fourth Lord's as well as sunshiny day pitchers. 1'1.' .. 4RJ4OHDKR. July 8th U48. In the above named
day In July. OF Court and wherein
,,9 Those of PUBLICATION cause, plaintiff
you wishing to jour
ANn NOT1CK TO APPlSAIt! seeks divorce. llradford CountyTelvirrnph
Choir number two and ney with the Blue Caps just come STATE OF FLORIDA\ to- Helen shall publish: this Order
over to Parker's Bar e J. Moaelev, whore residence In: In next four weekly laHiioa.
board number one f>f Allen Chapel -B-Q Shackon Il ; II 24.A 66th Street Oakland Cal 1 Witness. my hand and official coal
AME Church Crosby Street Reno Sunday F ifornia. at Starke, Florida, this June 6.
FOLKS: A diplomat'tn completed plans at 9:30: o'clock A M. I' :j You nre required to appear nn 11148.
persuade; his for a "trip around the world" where transportation July 8th, "411. In the above namcil" (OFFICIAL SEA) A. J Thomas
who can 1 1Ir will await your conven- Court sod cause, wherein plaintiff Aa. Clerk of aalii Court.
5 woman looks stout The trip will begin at 3:00 o'clock ience. Y I seeks divorce. Bradford County Hy Lucille C. Conner, I>. C.
a I Sunday afternoon and will stopat Telegraph hall. publish this Order T. Frank Ijindruin, Stark., Pla.
coat In next four weekly |Issues. Atty for IMf 8-7 4t 6-2S
.....n older folks go to each home. The destinationwill e . e e . Witness my hand and official aeal

0\11"1 ,h 80 younger I be Sampson Lake which will" Small house ihown above M pictured In the Jon Inn of Home Beautiful at III"'Htarke. Florid., this June 4th "1 LOST 32 LDS.l.

tan,1,) shut the be considered as "overseas. BrookerBy magailoe WM deafened! by a veteran for veterans. Limited to three (OFFICIAL SEA!.) A. J. Thomas, .
about. I Everyone is invited to join the .\. Clerk of nld. Court. WiAB sill 14 AaAIN"Onee
talking! essential room. In the beginning! It can be expanded later with a bed-
are '-v Lurllle C. Conner, D O IM Ibe.1\1_lUynaMalaatmiihk d"
,.jUt {a a man who trip. Only 15 cents for each stop. Mrs. T. \V. Murkey room wig and carafe. It might be built this year for approximately Paul K tll.h.'lIlh i ,,,,,. Hide weekly with AVDd Vitamin ,I v-

bridges behind him $5.700 In parts of the country requiring heavy eonilrnclioD! or for about Jui'knonvllle, Plotldii.Alty Candy Hwluclnc Itan. Now
M Samuel Morris 11 1.2 e e a e I for Plf 6-7 4t -18 he hue.",,,,1.1.nnui*. Your eineriano >
them before Augustus 13,230 In warm climates.
not be the
crosses mar or may
en pound infant son of Mrs. Mayola W. M. S. MEETINGMembers IN'Lltrl'IT ......but try this ...... wIumnrn ,
them. i>i HT. IIR.tDFnRD
to -- ---- --- - --- -- .
a In and found and Mr. H. Morris, departed this I of the Womans' Missionary C'011'11"'LOlli"' .\| IV: ('" \%- plan. Viy {.1." Bet bank.la .AiulkuWU $11II.
came or money
.1 theM life Tuesday, June 18th. Many Society met at the homeof t'KBY.Ksthleen.
..okkeeper kissing I Plans For Vet Houses Elisabeth\ Dodd" Plaintiff ..
I ron'luet l
clinical tests
"Is that what friends took part 1 n sympathy. Mrs C. A. Crosby Wednesday VH. Unnrice A. Dmld, \1) 0 f ..n.lllnt. tlonttim niov.than toe I.a4perannslost14151apounde

clog you for?" he ask- May he rest in peace, and God I June 19th, with the president Cuss No. 412ROHMKIt OP. PtMILICATIOVAND : stew w.ek.wlthIii. ktsMsaU.ln

grant him eternal life. Mrs Beulah Harrell), In charge of NOTH'i TO Al'PKAIt aVOI" vlt.mla Candy *1W
the STATE\ OF. PIXMIHIA to llnorire HeJudna Plan.Noeierelaa sls/
I do this free of i.. program. -tQfr 5- A. Dodd, who., lenldtftire And' nilUrexM -
replied the books W. W. Parker Is sponsoring another Several business matters were a i tat: Dos :.1, MIlHtiorn Pvliiwure. Na l I..U" No
I girls' Softball club the discussed and a social hour You are req ulrcd to appear on .....P.Eat: pl.ntjr. You dent eut
was July lilt, 1041. In the nliove named, out niMtla. ,potato**......you just
In expect us to furnish "Companions of the Blue Caps. enjoyed by the 13 ladles present. Court and I-IIUHO, herein plaintiff sat than do.... Hlmile when yoaenjnv
The "Blue is the Reno The seekS divorce, rare, custody .and Vitamin I : Candy butor
of Crosby :
free Caps" living and H'G..I
j and lubrication i dining [ control of minor child Hradford lawla. Only W daya' aupply. T
of course. But you men's ball team. The girls havea rooms were beautifully decorated (Bounty TeU'KrapIt Khali ptibllnh thla

,mighty well pleased at I' very high spirit and are work- with low bowls of fern and summer Order Witness' In next niy hand four and weekly official UHTIUK.. Heal. KOCH DRUG STORE

y we save you I' ing 100 percent with their manager |i flowers. The hostess served 'a t1+rw U nt Htarke, Florida, this June 4lh. 'hone S5'
here for theta who is leading them to vic her guests Coca-Cola and sand Icq a t 19411. Tear Out Thin Ad An AIkminder
|you come t 1 ( ) A J. Thoinai
I offer. tory. You are invited to come wiches. 5- Aa Cleric of said Court.
we I :, 9i' ,. C.
Park The next
every evening to Reno Ball meeting will be held a rrF. Win. D MoiKnn ..Fifth Floor Clark
F OIL PRODUCTSashing and watch the Companions take In the church Wednesday July 3. Pldir I JnrkHimvllte. ITorldnAtty .
Polishing their practice and physical ex for Plf. '-7 4t S-38:
Mrs. Evelyn Thomas and Misses -
Greasing ercise. The club is open to all
Hazel Crosby and Annie Croft )V O T 11' MNOTICI3
ladles who want to take part In IS HKHKItY: tlVKN: TO EXPERTSERVICE
& Lake wholesome fun. were shopping In Gainesville Mon- ALL WHOM II' MAY CONCKItN
femple this that I have filed
1s4f5 my Pltml Ac-
day.Miss ti! rountlnfr a. Ahnlnl..crRlnr of the
rvice Hazel : Iep
The Blue Caps will again take Crosby has returnedto KHtHte of Arihltald II (Ilieen deceased F
her home here and hav petitioned the
following several -
179 to the, road Sunday June 30 Honorable I ..;. K. IViiynmn. an
I takes his atomic days spent with relatives in x ll: I County J (Irnilford. I County'
when Parker Miami. set ; Florida, ;:::.K..I' 'I 1)Isrharge, nil of i I
the 19th day of July 194(1(
RM 3-c Billie Crosby, receivedhis v q, Fr' I.. J. Ur".n, ". Ailinliilntrutor
EXCELLENCEin discharge from the Navy in 9.14 4t 7-5 '5r.

Jacksonville June 21 following iv f"IIU'I'I'r 'oFOIIIIOI'VTYi
all the thoughtful relations of Scr- several years' service. He Is en- ('' FI.OHIIIll: (.'''.,::11-
t Kit Y.
convenience and completeness Joying a well earned vacation herewith
vice with Albert K. Wnod, Plulntlff, vs Carrie

as well as fareful economy in the i his parents, Rev. and Mrs. One large room skillfully organlied for living, dining and sleeping lathe No.' Uertrue 48:IO.OKD&n. Wood, Defendant Case

measure that it is needed. C. A. Crosby. outstanding feature of the plana for a three-room home for veterans, : OF PITriLICATION
Miss Madeline Green Miss Doris shown above .. pictured In the June issue of House Beautiful magaalne. AND NOTICETO APPBAR8TATM Chas. C.
OF FLOUIDA to Carrie.
Hodge Mrs. Gladys Sayles, Mrs. Tide arrangement afford a large home look avoids mean single rooms. (lertrue Wood, whose adllr.! ... la
*I Nettle Hoffmand, and W. B. Hoff. Such a house might be built for approximately 15,700 In ellmatea where Iliirki Trailer Camp, Oranhy and ShepherdAt

mand, all of Jacksonville were bcavy construction! la required or for about (5.2M In warmer ell_.. Maple You Street are required, Norfolk to, Vlrglnla.appear on

DEWITT C. JONES Sunday guests of Mr. and, Mra. K. July 8th. 1948 'In the above named Gay's Service Station
Court and cause, wherein plaintiffeeeka
W. Hodges and Mr. and Mrs. Dane divorce llradford County
AMBULANCE SERVICE Green. days as guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1 iv: cinri'IT coi'HT. niiAiirnnnCO I :Telegraph shell, publlah this Order

Funeral Director Mrs. G. B. Colson was the guestof Lloyd Barry. -- -- ...-.. n. J ._ JJ' ...... .... .
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gelbmann of Ilnna lee Jlnk. Plaintiff va Krn-
STARKE PHONE TOur :Mr. and Mrs Resale Colson ...t I... Jink, Defendant Case No.
For Comfort and
Jacksonville weekend Safety Economy
and children in Starke Sunday.Mr. were guestsof 4H22 .
Markey. ,..
and Mrs. Gene and
enables tit for Long
local funeral'bome AND NOTIC1S TO APPEAR
Miss ElouLse Dukes of Dukes
services not baby, of Starke, were visiting his STAT OP KIxmiOA to: Krne.t FOR COURTEOUS
offer conveniences and : spent a portion of last week here U. Jlnkn, who.. residence In un- t
parents Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long. .fiifili'
otherwise available. relatives.Mr. known. CORRECT (; "
Sunday. visiting You are required to appear on :' ;
and Mrs. Merle Gano of July 8th 1948, In the bov. named I "
|furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices and children Mr. and of Mrs.Dukes Rurel were Dukes dinner and Jacksonville were weekend guestsof Court seeks divorce.and cause. Ilradfnrd wherein plaintiff County INFORMATION Idl

In force issued by ANY com- Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano. Mr. hall thl OrderIn "
ANY life Insurance policy guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Telegraph puMlnh PI- Those 117 7
four weekly ItiaueaWltnenn
II payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation Markey Sunday. and Mrs Ovid Gano and son of my hand and official n.alnt .
Gainesville have moved here and June 4th,
Htarke, Florida, thin
|i no obligation. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges
have an apartment with Mr. and 19411 Florida Greyhound Lines, Inc. Busses
were guests of W L. Parrish and (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas
Mrs. R. F. Gano. Aa Plerk' of ald. Court VNION BUS STATIONTemple
children In' Dukes Sunday after-
Mrs" Earl Green and children Hy Lucille C. 'onner, D. C.
II. O. Hrown. Btarke. Flu. Ave. LACY CONWAY Agent Stark, Flaw

noon.Mrs.. Bill Plummer and daughter made a business trip to Alachua Atly for Pit. 6.1 41 '-U "' ....... 'II o.J .. _... .oJ, --"' .... J n H _,

h ){' Pat, of Jacksonville are Monday. iv tiiiciir oinr.- nit/vitvoiin

guests this week of Mrs. Plum- . .e c . e coriTv.' FI.OIIIII iv CHAM

I INKIER Electric Service mer's mother, Mrs. J. C. Cone. <'KHV.Matthew. P. aelKR' Plaintiff va Ml-

Mrs. M. F. Hazen of Starke Pine LevelBy linn T. CleUn. Uetendant.. Case No. '

J 222-224 Temple Ave. Starke Fla. was Saturday the afternoon.Mrs. guest of relatives here Mrs. II. M. McRae 405.ORDER ANU NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR ...,..

\\n OLDEST IN TIlE CITY Mike Tlllgham and daughter STATE OP PLOKIDA to: Lillian (
.Barbara Ann. and Mr. and e . e . T.known.Oelfm, whose residence la un-

REVIVAL CONCLUDEDThe You are required to appear on .
Mott of Gainesville
Mrs. Pascoe ,
"" -
adio Service That Satisfies Try Us! revival meeting conductedhere July 1th 1940 In the above named -
were guests Sunday of Mr. and Court and cause wherein plaintiff SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET
Mrs. Sam Mott. by Rev. John Leland of Heeka dtvorcu and runtody and control

Vt Strive To Carry The Most Complete Mrs. Resale Carlton and Miss Jacksonville came to a close last C'ounty of Teloirraph minor child shall I publish Bradford this SEA TROUT PERCH BREAM

Mary Mott made a business tripto Sunday night at Pine Level Order I In next four weekly tuituea.WltneMit .
Stock of Tubes and Parts church. Six candidates carne In my hand and official' Meal RED BASS SHEEPSHEADALSO
at Htark. Florida, this Jun. 4th
Reta Brown of High for baptism during the week. 194AOFPICIAti.
!!f AI.) A J. Thomaa.
WE NOW HAVE ATTIC FANS Springs, and Mr and Mrs. Hugh Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wilson A.( Clerk of said Court. Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry
I.ucill. C. Connor, D. C. c
Raiford *
of were icy
Rahn baby
and neice, Miss Elnora Jones, of J. 8 HarrlHon l.aw"chan... l:1d:! <<.

< Year Orders. for your Hot Point Range and Refrigerator. guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott Chicago, 111., arrived' here Monday Jucknonvlllo. for I iii. FlurldaAtly '-7 4tIV ..21 MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET
\100 your Bendix Washer for a short visit with friends.

Mrs. T. B. Rahn of Gainesville At present they are guests of Mr. f"IHC1'IT -101'HT.' lllAIFOni> CALL: STREET PHONE 37 STAUKE. VIA
'ro' Filling Orders As Listed. in the guest this week of Mr. and and Mrs. II B. McRae and family fOI'ITY.. Fl.Olillllt IV' IIIAV.
Mrs. Buster Rahn. ( .:R Y.
Mll.lrt-fl I>. Toiichnerry. Plaintiff ---
t. About jour Wiring Needs. Mrs. Hamp Connely of Okee- Mrs. C. H Neal of Gainesville vii Edward. !. Tnuchh.rry Def.n-
chobee was the guest here last Kenneth Stokesof d-int ( .... No 4''M
and Mrs.
and Mr.
& ,BONDED week of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mott, JacksonvUle were guests of ORDER OP EXTRA LIGHT BREAD!

Miss Mary Mott, and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae and

Mrs Werner Mott of Hague. Mr. family Sunday afternoon. Mrs.

Connely joined his wife here Sun Neal will visit relatives here this At

day and they returned to Okee- week. ( .vl1l.J1IS

chobee together.Sam Ann Hall returnedto .
Miss Patricia (&

'ARMER'S SUPPLY Jacksonville Mott was Monday.a business visitorto her home In Palatka Monday c t 8J1J lIJtfA 'n:

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Edwardsof I

CORNER 10TII & CHERRY STREETS Bradenton were guests Mondayof her grandmother, Mrs. E. E. Hall Ft.&lsdiJ11..V

MI'!!. Eva demons and Mr. and by Mra Robert Myrick, who :

MIKE MARUCA. Owner Ruby Croft. will be her guests In Palatka. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown and Bishop Myrick of Lake Geneva :

Mrs. Martin of Hawthorne and Monday night here. /
Complete Remedies
Stock a
Mr. and Mrs Charles Brown of Mr. and Mrs. L. Alvarei of

Alton, Ill., were dinner guest!! of Starke. :Miss Martha Sweat of

Mr. and Mrs R. F. Gano Wed- Orlando Mrs Robert Myrick and

Thick Butt Shingles nesday. H. M. McRae enjoyed a fishing'

901b. Artford Brown of Gainesville trip on Sampson Lake Thursday. t '
Green '
Roofing in Black, was a business visitor here Friday. Mrs. Susie My I' I ck of Lake'

so 65 lb. Roofing Limited Supply Mrs. Mamie Gregory of Pa., Geneva was the weekend guest of t:7r54w-we''d a.

spent several days here last weekas Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick.
lard Rakes the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. NE of the biggest
Cans Padlocks Hoes SCHOOL OPENS:

Kitchen Knives and Hammers F.Mr.Hazen.and Mrs. Coleman Williams The Pine Level School will open bargains in insurance Is t

., and children, formerly of Palmetto Its term Monday and the children Windstorm policy. Full-strength yeast acts faster because it's
their home In this community are looking C 1
SHIPMENT OF NAILS JUST RECEIVEDBrick are now making forward to school day again fresh I Flei chmann' fresh active Yeast goes right to

Siding Red and Buff here.Mrs.. C. H. Croft and children with varying degrees of Interest. Sec us work-makes sweeter tastier bread helps insure

Aluminum Roofing of Kentucky have moved here and CARl OF THANKS tender light texture. IF YOU flAKE AT HOMEuse t

H IRON PIPE have an apartment with Mrs. I wish to thank my many Fleischmann's active fresh Yeast

J LIGHT BULBS_ 15 Watt to 200 Watt Cecil Moore. friends for the kindness shownme Charley E. Johns i iI I with the familiar yellow label. Dependnt

I wu in the hospital
Jacksonville while i
Agency able-America's time-tested favorite yr4
and for the beautiful flowers sent
Mr. and :Mrs. O. W. Barry. nODe IS STABIUE:, VIA. for over 70
Ballard & Ballard to me. years. y ,
Friends of Mr. and Mm Barry Mn. Austin Fender
that he Is confined to the
regret Alachua County Hospital In NEW BEMINOTON- PORTABLE :.: : -d" r1c s '1s z

Gainesville due to lllneas typewriter 957.77 (Includes jFi

FEEDS Mr. and Mr. Cheater Connelyof tax) Bradford County ..Jiare>eiUlnq THE TRAVCLCM. Hertford

Wauchula are spending a few Telegraph.


yi6 28
-, .. .- -- -- --- ---.----- ---.---- --

of High Prices will sing at the morning service. cause., wherein The BRADFORD plaintiff necks COUNTY di.voree .
Vacationists Give Accounts
II The District Superintendent TELEGRAPH shall publish t hi.I

Food and Housing Shortages In North complimented the Starke Church .u..N.order In the next four weekly I..- VirefOne

and Its activities during the past WITNESS! my hand and official' ; e

I The problems of housing and year and stated that the Conference seal. at Btarke, Florida, this 21 day
of June A. D. 1946. STANDARD
hotel accommodations in northern I would last only a few min. A. / THOMAS, /
claimed toke j Super Sensitive I As Clerk ...t said. ( cart.OFFICIAL. .
Ulcs la all that Ifa ( utes.The I I ( IALIl.rfhn ) t

according to Starkeite whoreturned :-'r". pastor will preach at the i J. Henderson M.'I.| '

this week from vacations. l evening service on the subject 'Solicitor for plulntt/f.; G-28 4t 719r0'rCFI 1 I

city Clerk Carl Johns. and family "The Bright Heart of the Uni I OP'PPI.lr1'10": '

back from a two weeks' Jaunt to verse". Young People meet at FOR TAX. 1)1:1:1): If
House Illlt.I :Mw 111'-:1:
Canada and North Carolina found 6:45: for an interesting program. |I \n"'lc'( ,; IS HBKKHY! (OIVEN
: Chat overnight accommodations The Garfield Evans Sub-District that. T. :J. Alderman-the holder. of f
the following certificates hall filed OI
could be obtained only by apply- meeting of the Methodist Youth I I said certificate for a tax deed/ to

tog early In the day. Family Fellowship will be held In the be issued thereon The certificate e
, I I I numbers and years of issuance, (hedencrlptlon
nl**. John said were fairly I Waldo Methodist Church Monday of the property, and the
reasonable at from $5 to $8 per night at 8 o'clock. Officers will names In which It wall assessed

day for "Motels" and tourist be Installed and it Is very Important -''are Certificate all follow No.;: 14' Tear of !.-

ramp As expected food was that all young people of ,i.Huance 1944.; s
and there was seldom any attend. Cars will Descrlttlon of Property
fclg-h. the organization KH of NE'/of REVi Sea 14, Twp.
meat on the menu, other than leavo the Recreation Hall of the 7 H. Ft. 20 K., containing 20 acres 9.95
I Name In which assessed H. I.,
fish and chicken. Methodist Church at 7:30: o'clock. Hough

During the" trip Mr. and Mrs.J.lins Y Certificate; No. 29 Year of Is.suenee .

and their two children, I 1944.Iesrriptlon. bnA.nq. ,
More DischargedRecently of Property,
Carl. Jr.. and Sandra Joyce, IDl 39 In Woodlawti t-I..... 14, Twp. S Heavy,fnf erocfcaxPlat ef
adL, red to Toledo, Detroit, and at the C, H. R. 22 E:., containing 10 acres
discharged Bert Quality Separators
Name In which assessed Unknown ,
Windsor. Ca'\-.ada. returning byway Jacksonville Naval S e p a ration ; '

of Washington I). C.. with Center were: I ILauilce I Certificate No. 65 fear of la- :Better built, more depend., '

several days' rest at Lake Lure a nuance 11)44.Description. able I Will give long-
,r C. ClemonB S 1-c, Ral- of Property, Has FU-
IT. C. Highways are crowded P I WVS of KH of $Wor\ SR Sec.' economical D
with vacation-seekers, they found ord. 12, Twp. 6, S. 1t. '2' V':., containing; O-Matlo: covers and other A J
x 10 avreH.i features of more expensive
S 2-c Graham.
with many from Florida, I Lasl Beryl D. Casey i I Name In which umeHHcil Sclplo. batteries
returning from a month'sMcaUan Kenneth W. Martin, AMM 2-c, West:
Upon I Certificate N .'66' Year of IH'nuiinc9
In Pennsylvania! A. VV i Lavvtey. ,- l 1l11.! I .

JkiMlenan, Jr.. popular member of me fact that it Isn't the size Ernest W. Allen, S 1-c Starke. pHuerlption 'of Property .1
the ir beauty, fcut the contents therein SWI I,' of SVH' Sec, 14, Twp. 6 _
ffte THrgrapli staff, reported ,, S. It. 22 h:., containing 40 acres I
I that determine the value of a i\ nun IT ( )i 'r. B14t1)Fon1) .5
there. > In whiter assessed John
cost of living as very high
<<: 4'1'1'' '. ""1.0111111'0 tHtr- .
)())( 1 N> demonstrated by the photohove ,Johnson
.clerllOl1. visited Mrs. Jo:. J. Sch- ( 1':"Y. 1
Certificate No. Year Issuance l
94 of
which shows the gravity Shaw Plaintiff VM 1..lIlh: -
.rab. his sinter In Pittsburg, and Shaw Defendant ('1155 No. 4H7S. 1944.liHHcrlptlon. Has Handy "Hip" Roof
W. Mullln. his meter currently being used In thlllafl'a of Property
'. and Mrs. J. Oltl'KIl! OF PtUIL.ir'ATION I
by engineers of the Sun 011 I AND Np TI'E TO APPEAR 1 A nq 1 In SW 'or Twp.It of
In Philadelphia
aunt and uncle NWV. of 8EH Hec. 32 .S.
STATE 1 OP: FLORIDA to: Ktllth:
In these cities, he said a Job at ,::o., to determine the possibility Shaw whose retililence IH 4001 14thStreet I It. 22 E., containing 1 acre.Name 4

1.00 an hour Is considered low of oil in Florida. 'I N. W., Washington. D. C. Johnson; In which assessed Joe

pay. "Rents are half again as Valued at '$11,000 the meter Is July Ywu 29,are 1946 required In the to above appear named on I Certificate" No. 106 Year of [II. \ !

fcitfi as here. P. A. has all the sensitive enough to record earthquakes Court and caliHe Iiradforil wherein plaintiff nuance Description 1944. of Property, & s .
55eks divorce. County ,
shortages that are In Florida and no matter In what part of Telegraph shall publish thla Order Lot 8 of Plk 4. Security Home *
tar less bread. You can't buy the globe they occur. The instrument In next four weekly InsueM Site In NWi/i of JJWVi SBC36.. Twp. .
6, S. H. 22 E. I
official !
Witness hand and
fiver at all. Mont dealers take.rdere Is shown above, mounted Seal, at SLarke my, Florida, thin June Nut mo In which assessed. Unknown 1 HARDWARE

Monday and make their In a company car, ready to go 23, 1948. ; TOO ;!
Certificate No. Ill Year of IHmiance -
( Thomas
If Saturday. Into the field. I 4.19 IH
4rtirrrie, any on ; An flerk nf HaNI" Court. J944.P..rll'tlon BOX :
Virginia, sister II. C. Halilwln, Ualntmvllle, Florida, of Prnp..rly.SWV. ,
A* for butter my The Sun OH\ group numbering of SWH' of SR'/i Sea 4. SUPER VALUES
meets this problem by skimmtng 10 men, has offices upstairs In Ally for Plf. 8.28 4t 719i Twp. 7, S. It. 22: E., ntalnlng- 10 Reavy steel, baked enamel \ f frin1

half the cream off each not- the AdUlns building at 129 E. Call acrex. h. Removable tray. ; '
\ nun rr rnnrr. niiti>pniti> Name In which assessed T. O. 21-inch lenirth. 1
Deaf milk. In a week she ha* nSart \
St. 4'411 1'' 1"1.0111"J" ni\- Morgan; '
of cream which la whipped ('miv.Prank: CertlflrJtto _No. 124 Year of I*-
AT. HUHHO. Plaintiff V*. Janet nuance 141.UeHcrlptlon I. PRICES SLASHED
with an eg -beater Into about 14uncen powdered milk to send tii undernourished ItuxHii, Defendant. (:use No. 4882. of Property 1\;
of butter. I understandmany children overseas OIti''': { OP I'lTHLICATION SH of, NEVJ' of-'SEV: & BE"of, 1I m \ .

others will do the same sobug Appreciation was expressed by AND NOTIC'PJ TO Al'f'ftAlt SE"", Sec 83: ,' Twp. 7, S. U. 22 K.: .
STATE' OP FI.OHI.A to: JanetItiiHim. containing 60 acreH. .
as the milk supply holds out." \V. B. Sewell, general superintendent whose address IM 100 South Name In which 'ilxnenned Harden. R.g. 25eSCIIEW
Telegraph of the Sunday School to WlllltunM Street, White Hall New & WvlHiier; '
Anderson returned to the -
York.you Certificate. No. lit Year of I,- Plenty 01 Bounc.1 Ilt IMCaVEKS liltR.g.89e
on Monday.Methodist \Mrs. Churchwell and the follow- are required to appear on sunnce 1944.
I ing teachers: Miss Kate Struth, July 29 1916, In the above namedCourt I """,'rlpllon' of Property, i
und cause wherein plaintiff NJoI(. of NE<4 Hue. 6. Twp. 8, S.
V.B.S. Cradle Roll, assisted by Misses Hook* divorce.. Bradford County I R. 22 fo:., containing 40 ncren.Name .
Sammie Kennedy, Sharon Hall, Telegraph. Bhull puhllxh this OrderIn I n which assessed Unknown M '/ $
next four (Issues. e
weekly ;
Ends WednesdayWith Aleeta Green, and Patricia Ann Witness my hand and official Certificate No. 132 Year of Is- HAMMERS a.0:. sell P.tnHATCHETS. e7
Wlmberly; Beginners. Mrs. H. C. neal at Starke, Florida, thin June HunncaDencrlptlon
Fine Program 25, 1946.!
Hitch Mrs. E. K. Per- of Property \
; Primary, C'ot.J. Thomas, Ely of SLiy. of HVVk Hec. 6. Twp. R.g.1.39TENNIS ,
Vacation: Bible School closed at ryman and Miss Janet Anderson; An Clerk of said 6, S. H. 23 K., containing 20 acr....
Mrs Nelson Green and (OFFICIAL HEAD' Name In which assessed Un* 1\1 1.98
Juniors BALLS
Hi* Methodist Church Wednesday f>. R.: Knight, Starke: Florida, known. ".' \ :;
right with a colorful program Mrs. Florence Trunnell; Intermediates Atty. for I'lf. 6-28 4t 7.19 All of said. property beingIn the .

'f Udtt Included a display of handier Mrs Ann R. Guy; Organist County ida. of Bradford. State of Flor- 3 for 1.19 ?i .

a'demonstration of mem- Mrs. Sarah McCann. iv ciRcrrr roi-HT. BRADFORD Unless such certificate or certl- .
motion and vla- This was one of the test vacation <(<*K It V ficate shall be redeemed according Approved by t7. 8. t P.rI.I. MONKEY
rr work ringing, to law the property described In Tennis Allocution..
O. C. Edward 1.98
schools that the Instructors Plaintiff vs. I
t.d4 Vtartratlon.TUUng deli\ O. Lloyd Defendant Cane such certificate or certificate* will fectlr balanced,& ATIt3KNCI104n.b:;
be told .
the tab- have ever been connected with. No. 4873. to the highest bidder at ,
part on opening the court house door on the first Inflated
Ira..., entitled "Miss America", I More good: was accomplished and AND OKUBR NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO Monday In montb' of August 1946. -

were: Statue of LIberty Janet the Gospel of Jesus Christ was STATE! OF FLORIDA APPEAR to: Idell 1946 which. lit the. Gt, day of August ..-.- -- -... If- ..._._, ._ .. .. 1.. -_... r ... .

comb Anderson and.;Lovy flag bearers Canova, I Bert the Bible New-I' taught In all classes.Methodist .. Charleston.(office J. Lloyd address, whose 8. C.Is li66 residence Meeting and StrfTet post, 1948.Dated thla 25lh',. A.'day THOMAS.of June, This/ Wee k s Five Star Special/ / /

Mary Agnes Matthews; Uncle ChurchThe Yon are required to appear on Cleric of Circuit Court of Bradford '
July 25th 1948 In the above1 named County, Florida
Sam Buxzle Green. Red Cross .
; Court and cause, wherein plaintiffseeka 8.28 4t 7-1U (OFFICIAL SEAL)
Clair Jean MunJyi; candle-bearers Rev. Shuler Peele, Superin- divorce Bradford County Reg. 1.19HAMMERS
Dianne Smith Catherine tendent of the Gainesville District, Telegraph shall publish this1 Order ( i.v: CIRCUIT (;;;.n;.. imAi>FOHn
In next four weekly Issues I COl'FI.OIUU.' .% IV: CIIA.VCKItV. :
| ,
Wainwright Clenn Wood Joan will make hU. official visit to Stark.iFloridu and official C'I:: AND

Smith. Jimmy Weldon Phoebe Starke on Sunday June 30, at this 21 day eon William C. Archer Plaintiff VIt. \ ;
June 1946.UIo'O'ICIAL.
I Julia Lee Archer Cane -
Green, and Jane Rlcharde. The preaching the morning sermon at ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, No. 4S96. Defendant. COMBINATION:=
entire school sang the National 11 o'clock, and holding the first An Clerk of said Court ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND SQUAREClaw
John J. Henderson, Kmi. St. Augustine NOTICR TO APPEAR
CeMprl. and Bible songs and Mrs. Quarterly Conference at the close Florida. STATE, OP FLORIDA to: Julia
W. J. Churchwell. general director of the services. Dianne Smith Atty. for }'W'. 6-2S It 7-19 Lee Archer whose r"Nldpn.lnd or ripping hammer; square has level and11 e

address I In: 4024 BaiT Road Chattanooga plumb, marking gauge, 12-tDca rule, >>. thrifty 71
of the
< school presented a'Testament tthree. ..-.,
Tenn. **
I.V: flltdVIT COI-RT. BRADFORD r'Cb001e =
Woman III -
to the older classes for Discovers COt'N'I'Y, FLOHIUAl IN CHAN. You are required to appear on

tAstanding work and reverence. Inside Facts Neva CKHY.Ulamanoo. Plaintiff. July Court 29 and. 1946.cause In the wherein above plaintiff named .-' .. - o. .......... ..... .... ._ .. -or r If- ... ___
vs. Alfred
TtIe received Jew- seeks. divorce. Bradford .
younger group H. Ulamanco, Defendant. Cu. County '
Corn 35-Foot Diameter
4s of Knowledge. Certificateswere No. 4H'1I3. Telegraph shall publish this Order !
A woman recently ntat ORDER OF SUPER
given to those who attended knew something terrible wan ANn NOTICE PUBLICATION TO APPEAR Witness my hand .and official VALUE IJ;;

tr four days or more and Gold wrong, I felt miserable all the STATK OF FLORIDA to: Alfred 27 neal. 194(1..at( Starke, l Florida'.' C this June i R.g,1.49

Stars wen presented to perfect tlnw, stomach felt like It wan tied R.I0h llamanco Avenue,,whose Brooklyn residence N..w'York.Is 1664 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.J.: Thomas tx
An Clerk of said Court. LIFETIMESPREVfiXER
attendera.Mr<< In knot You are required to appear on -
a had dull headache. J. S. Harrison Law y
July 2,, 1945. In the above named Exchange BldB.
Churchwell announced thatralontary M ur stomach and wan constantly Court and cause, wherein Jacksonville, Florida. )
plaintiff ;
contributions brought troubled with I Indlg'8tlon I causingriK'omfortablf seek. divorce, custody and controlof Atty. for Plf. 6-28 4t 7-19 1t C/ ... / rfs Th
said minor .
rv children each day totaled( tightness. Then I IV rillCTIT COURT BRADFOnD
rough t. purchase a barrel of, tried Florida LJvnt Tone and dlll- Order County. In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Iniiues.this ('CH'\t''. '", FMmiu.1: CItAN'KK .... 7S. !

overed' : Witness mY hand and official' sealat Vlda llurdlce. Sumner Steering ""he.1 11 1.09Xterolres.
I why more people liKe this Htarke, Florida. thU June 27, Martin Plaintiff ;
111411, vn. Albert Daniel Martin De ;
underfill medicine the results SPINNER
fendant. Cane 5951For
) A. J.
W.C.T. u \\I're all that my friend had said As Clerk of sued Court. Thomas OF PUBLICATION:
they would be, relaxed sleep no T. Frank Landram. Starke. Florida. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR greater ease In' handling ;i The bead water chamber and standard are lOUd ;
Atty for Plf 8-2S 4t 7.18 STATE 'FLORIDA to: Albert your car. Jumlnum. Beven-lnch steel base. Does a thorough, speedy Joe ;
"I mm not much of a. matllt"tlriaa" more) misery and that grand feelIng Daniel Martin A.M.M. 2-c V 2 P
nf tlgoroiia health." Division, U.S.S. Kearnara-e (CV-J.1), _. ._, ... \
.- said the Cigarette. iv rmrriT COURT BRADFORD
.M.I can ADD to a man'stroublt Florldii LUra Tone, the Pep-Up COUNTY' ri.OltlUAl IV: CHAN.Ilohe'rt N. Y. '. .::",.: .. .:........ .. '........
eltwvoas -, I run Sl'll- laxative, In. probably just what you / '' 1I Y."p. Jlarv..". Plaintiff vs. July You 2'.are 1946 required In the to above appear named on E.,." Ho....N..Js SeYirol V'; :'.:.: ...::::."" :' ,..;., 'w. .:: :N':: ::'

TIt.ACT from hti| plijnlcal) rnrry. need too. Start today and feel No.Itenm 4H9B.ORDEFl I... Harvey, Defendant. Case Court and cause, wherein plaintiff FLY i i

; I' cmn Ml'LTlfLV bU I grand tomorrow. Sold at all DrugStore : OF PUBLICATION seeks minor divorce child., custody Bradford and controlof County SWATTERVin II? SALE of BIKE NEEDS
_ws. and palm I can 1)1- -Adv. TO APPEAR Telegraph shall publish this Order .
STATE' OF FLOiUDA to: Itenm In next four .
weekly Issues.
VIDK ft meatal powers>> I NOTIV..I U Harvey whose residence la Un Witness my hand. and official Dc I

tab INTERKST from his. M ork. The registration books of the k nown. neal at Starke, "Florida thin June 4 "1d ;
City of Htarke will be open forrealxtratlon You are required to appear on n. 1848. I; 'Aa
WMl DISCOUNT hi chances for of electors. from Friday July 29, 191. In the above named (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas :. KICK STANDS................. 4.rfoCUAIN
---.'" July IS I94H. throuKh Saturday Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Aa Clerk of said Court. -
Aurunt 10. Ute Inclusive, at teeka divorce Bradford County R. H. Duncan 617 Lynch Blda-.

-(Dofead'r Magazine) the City tall, In Telegraph nest four shall weekly publish Issues.this Order Jacksonville, Florida. GUARDS,...........,.. 49
CAR JOHNSRegistration Atty. for Plf. 6-2S 4t 7.19

G.U It Officer. seal n. Witness t44l.at Starke my, Floridanthis June iv: CIHOVIT _roritT. mtADFonn SEAT COVERSLUGGAGE:; ................... 08

A* Cleric of said Court. ,
7...." H. pouclas. Ualneivllle. Fla. neora-e Bertha Henry Ellen Dreher.Dreher,Plaintiff Defendant v... strong hand(.. Kep

Atty. for Plf. (.19 4t 7-19 Case N... 485 1ORDER lu shape-swats'11II ctoaa : CARRIf3HS..m.: _. !.."..., 1.40
OP PUBLICATION: and a nl kl -

Clothingand IN COI'Flit'CIRCUIT)NTY. rLORUJ.41 cornr. BRADFORD I.V: CRA, :'.I Ellen STATE AND Dreher.NOTICE OF FLORIDA whose TO residence APPEAR to: Bertha and -.- ''s' . '., -

Jerry Wilson Plaintiff vs. Ruby address Is: % Pearl Cochran. 620
tee Wilson, Defendant Case No. Xrtth Street. Huntington West Virginia. -
4890.! : Come In and See the New
ShoesFOR ORDER OF. PUBLICATION You are required to appear on
AND NOTICE TO APPBAR :July ISth. 1946. In the above named
STATE OP FLORIDA to: Ruby Court and cause, wherein plaintiff 11ton.
I.e. Wilson, whoie residence U f n- seeks divorce Bradford County
known. Telegraph shall publish thin Order
You are required to appear on In next four weekly issues DELUXE CHAMPION
July 29. 1948.! In the above nan- sealYateStark. .
ed Court and cause wherein plain Flo idanthisofficial The
tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County 1 Zt h, 1946.OFFICIAL. Tire that Stays Safer longer
;Telegraph' shall publish I this Order ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
The Entire In next four weekly :Inane*. : An Cleric of sold Court. It r. UP TO 55% STRONGER!
Family Witness mv hand and official teal T. Frank Landrum, Starke Fla. 2. UP TO 60%
at Starke, Florida this June in Atty for Plf. ,.14 4t 17.6ITCH MORE NON-SKID ANGLESI
19441( It" 3. UP TO 32% LONGER MILEAGE!
Aa Clerk of iiald Court. 4. RAYON CORD AT REGULAR PRICE!

Every day is bargain Zac-h If DniiKlaa. Oaln..1.Fla.. / .,. iisu dd0 wJ l _
dayat Atty for Plf. _____ .-S:rs 4t 7-l I --liI __. JP.raf w.

the * EddieVrlitht.iv((''.1)1'T't riHfiiT."I'. ,.,'r.oMI"I"('01 M'r.nt.c.CH.\.,..). Are you, tormented with itching of . . . . .

Plaintiff, enema psoriasis rashes, ins ect
v". bites, athlete's foot, eruptions, rectal
Hattie M. itching or other externally caused
Defendant WrUht. skin troubles? For quirk relief and J. P.
STAR Store ANI I> ": It MENT. Developed for the boys In Motor
STATE OFTIFIORID,8 to: Hattie the Army now off.r.d to the folks
?. Wrla-ht. who. residence and White, greaselest. an
post office ail.ire.it |is 40] New tiseptic. Safe for babies: or chll-/
Street* Tlmmon"'rlll I South Caro.n.T'i'I.v" ?.V1.A! name you can't form 600 1'I
IIn. VICTORY OINTMENT-th. finest Temple Ave.ElGin' Starker
T_ .... .
I r..ulr.dI' to
? appear on 1eataek.
day of July' A. t>. 'end ay
II In the a.Uove nam.d C INPFr''TEn'.. KorH
I Court and .a4 lJ &