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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 26, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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rDSTH BRADFORD .
COUNTY

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_ Official County Publication Established In 1877STARKE WAR BONDS

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FLORIDA. FKIIMY, JILT 26, 1946 __ _

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T. Hubner I Vet CelebrationSet Know The Anything About "Worm Grunting"? Coincidence Brings Double Death Y

Telegraph I
alway pager to accommodate a reader."

[In Crash If at all possible-m matter how unusual his request That's

ti By Legion the reason we hate undertaken to conduct a "...,..Worm Grunt To Related Families In Same DayIn

,
ing Content", awarding a $5 prUr" for the 'brut replies to a

[raining Plane For Labor ".'rh'" of questions on thin fascinating ubjert.
.t Day
For the benefit of the uninitiated "grunting fish "ortn,," IN. Prescott a strange and Edwards coincidence' sudden death struck twice at the related
tho families of Starke last Tuesday. Hiram A.
James T. Hubner, Appointment of common expression lined among flhermen to designate thepractire Prescott 59. well-known farmer' was killed
Ueut a four-man Organization of instantly by lightning;
and I!' & ii "rubbing up" worm by tlrKliig a Make Into the
Florahome
rke and Committee to begin Immediate !ground and "mmlng" across the about 10:30: a. m.. while slinging grass blade In a field at his home
with
Benjamin S. Ziemak, top another board. The" near
'rut arrangements for the Sampson City. Roy Edwards, a relative by marriage, died of
.atesvllle Pa., were killed ;lye asin Veterans and Labor Day celebration reuniting the ground.vibration Cause the worms to crane to the Mirfave of a heart attack about 10 p. m. while en route to the Prescott home.

lay afternoon July 19 was announced Tuesday at The fatal
a lightning bolt struck the metal blade
.e crash near Greensboro. ;vf meeting of1 Post 38: American In order to bw Judgei. all letter must be received by UK hand and traversed down his side to the in Mr. Prescott's
I board of officers was Legion. Telegraph not later than August. 7. If you are a wormgrunterfrom throughout his ground. Bones were broken
body, and death
was Instantaneous.
dIe I .investigate the cause Representative N. D. Wain- away back, how about Mending IM jour replies to the following had been notified of tile accident' Mr. Edwards
'cadent. which occurred wright Jr., was named program (lue>MUon.: and was within half a mile of the
an A T-6 type chairman with Prescott farm when he collapsed in an automobile driven his '
plane County Commissioner How long hat the grunting of fl-hwornin been going onT In-law by P'
rent into a spin over a E. L. Crawford In chargeof \\ told your about grunting! fish. worm? son. Fate Brown of Baldwin. Mrs. Brown, his daughter, was
area rear the Overseas the barbecue. Major Richard a passenger In the car

eat Depot. Eyewitnesses Q. Kid< ,], Jr., will direct plans for Where are 'you mont likely to find worm more plentiful? Hiram A. Prescott 410, son of Roy Edwards, :57, retired
Do follow
aileron and wing the you any special way to keep with their IxiUhut ?
I of an Memorial Service. S. G. Den- the late Sandy and Van Wynn plumber ami merchant
from the ship before Ite Lt. J. T. Hubner I mark was appointed general \\ kind of equipment dn you line. for grunting? was bornIn
Prescott
ground. chairman. When i In the ,bent ,time to go after wornutf. was born in Bradford Bradford County, Oct. 17,
No County, Nov. 11, 1886 and followed 1889 the son of the late William
letter
Hubner was a passenger. Date for the event was set at Mill be it-turned. The one received will lieromethe J
ie being piloted by Lieut. Rabeck September 2nd with advantagesnoted property of the recipient.Addrem the occupation of farming and Josephine Truluck Edwards.

The two officers were Building in the Joint celebration of all \letter. to the "GKITNTINO CONTEST EDITOR : most of his UK life lie had lived In Starke most of his

a routine flight required Labor Day and a homecoming for ," Bradford County Telegraph, Starke, Florida. He la survived by his widow In Baldwin except for a few years spent
monthly flying veterans and servicemen throughout where he was engaged
minimum Brings $15,000 Mrs Beulah Brown Prescott; one in business.He .
Hubner was com- the county. Entertainment, :
oung son, II. A. Prescott Jr. of Starke
i M first lieutenant three afternoon public speaking and a'' Leila's Dress Shop ? ; is survived by his wife Mrs.

Sale of the business house on street dance In the evening are C of C Has Forms two daughters. Mrs. Irene Mack. Gladys George Edwards; a daugh.
I Adds Gift
Is"porothy
Line
the among the events planned.It ; fay and Miss Dorothy Prescott, tee Mrs. Fate Brown of Baldwin;
ofad northwest
Faxon Hubner. corner of Walnut
In expected that veterans: For Lost Ration Books Expands Floor both of Starke; three brothers, a brother, Joe W. Edwards
I been visiting her hus- and Madison from Joseph F. Ra- Space
Raymond, of Tennessee, Pierce Starke; and three sisters
from all parts of the county will Mrs.
breennboro. She was Joln- beck to J. M. Wood, of Jackson-
i her mother, Mrs. W. ville, has been announced. State stage a parade during the day's I Consumer. Replacement Applications Lella'.. ;130 E. Call street, has of Balnbrldge. Ga, and Guy, of Onle Freeman Miami Mrs. Belle
by I Jacksonville
for line by person ; and four sisters, Daniel. Sarasota and Mrs.
activities. Discussion at the AgnlsSIMpII..n
of the and Federal Stamps on the recorded announced a new gift departmentIn
(a\ipon notification -
whose ration Mrs. '
Legion meeting also Indicated a: books hate been Gladys Wilder Orlai '>, Galnenvlle.!
deed indicate the property was lost conjunction with the ladles apparel Mrs. Eva
stolen Jacksonville
program of athletic events and iletroyed. or are King, a.itl Funeral services were held
i Timothy Hubner wash sold for $15,000.: contests and it was planned that' now available at the Starke shop Mrs. W. B. Mundy Mrs. Faye GUI and Mrs. Mne Edwards Thursday afternoon at 4:30: o'

i $; 1920. at Florahome. The building furnishes occupancy the main part of the celebrationwill rhamber of COl1UDpr('('. said that purchase of the store both of Starke. clock in the DeWitt C. Jones

educated in ,the publicat for the Humpty Dumpty begin at 2 p. m. I Lucian Conner liP" rt'tary, formerly owned by Mis. J. W. Funeral service were held chapel with the Rev, L. D. Haines
| Melrose, and enlisted lunchroom, the Canteen and JoJo'a stated that he nan Thursday afternoon In the
churchat
The active cooperation of various yesterday Klncalil! has added to the coolneas officiating. Interment was In
Ic training In the field tavern. There are living civic organizations and leaders had a number of requeNtH for Sampnnn City with the Kev. Crosby Lake Cemetery.
j tt Fort Jackson, S. C. quarters on the second story. has been assured, it was stat I such form and that he will and lighting of the shop, and provides C. A. Crosby officiating Inter Active pallbearers were Tltu

|:S, 1940. As an enlisted I ed. I.., glad to assist the public In adequate space for a line ment was In the family lot In Olson, W. K. Thornton, Lacy Con-

b i the Eighth Division, he Bus ScheduleTo I I filling them out. of glassware, china and other gift McKinney Cemetery under the direction way, W. A. Bell, J. H. Harvey
rank of staff Items. A stock of luggage has
the Berlin of DeWitt Jones.
21 Sweaters ShippedBy C. Lorenco Green, A J. Thomas, and
July, 1943, he entered Green Cove been ordered. L Q. Powell. .-

llot training at Sheppard Now More Convenient i Local Red Cross Funeral TuesdayFor Mrs. Mundy stated that the gift Railroad Commission
and commls- will also offer silver
fata was shop sterling ,
I1 second lieutenant at Announcement of a new and Production CorpsThe Perry ThomasPerry antiques, lamps, gifts for children Hears ApplicationOf Sebron Crosby

gins (Arizona) Air Field "much more convenient" schedule Production Corpe of the costume jewelry, pocketbooks Truck Operator Buried at Brooker
[ 1944. I Thomas, 24, a Bradford compacts, at. 11 onery, greeting
of bus service between Starke and American
Bradford Chapter
amed the former'' Miss ; Green Cove Springs was announced Red Cross County, shipped 21 sweaters I' farmer, died on the morning of cards candles (ornamental and Application by Ralph B. Alvarez, Sebron Crosby. M, Brooker

| Kixcm at Mesa. Arizona I this week by L. D. Marple, this week to a New Jersey July 22nd after. an illness of several plain tapers), handmade handkerchiefs local truck operator for an Intra- 'farmer, died July 11th ,at a hospital

1944. 'Florida Greyhound Lines driver warehouse to be sent overseas for months.He and linens., state carrier permit was heard 'I la North Florida, victim of

heavy bomber pilot," Hub- who was recently transferred from foreign relief. Moat of the sweaters I was born In Suwannee Coun Mrs. Mundy's business began here Monday by Railroad Commissioner a cerebral hemorrhage?,

| lUtloned at various bases !St.! Augustine to Starke were made sometime ago but' ty, February 28 1921. The young with Leila's Beauty Salon twelve W. B. Douglas. The mat- I lIe''was a .*Uve ..f Brooker,

California and atirk Mr. Marple stated that'he is attempting one, was finished this week by man was a member of the Missionary yuan ago. The ladles apparel ter was placed under advisement. I born Nor. 1\, 1889, son'of the

Mid 8ebrlng-;;;TWrlda- to >a lid up the.rua.be- Miss Olive Ray. *. Baptist Church. srop was aiUtad In 1941. Alvarez requr 'tsd, certificate 'late. Pbilifp( 4 andvClarUsa B.Crosbyf .
I recently to the Pilot's tween Starke and Green Cove, and While others are complaining The survivors are'his mother, for a business to serve ntark In I IM waW a member of the

: Columbus, Mlas., he ,re- that everything possible Is being of the heat and feeling too uncomfortable 'I' Mrs. Oren Green, and step-father, Hampton PTA the movement of household goods, 1,Dodan Baptist Church.

|there his promotion and done for the convenlenee of Nary to do more than the Mr. Oren Green, of Starke; a fixtures and furniture to and front ire Is survived: by a, daughter

> orders, and at Greenlu personnel living in Starke and' absolutely necessary things for' brother, Leo Thomas, of Starke, To Sponsor ShowTo other points In the state. During Mrs. Venta Beat, and two sons,
who feels that I' and two sisters, Mrs. Willard the hearing Judge K. K, I'erry- Warren all of
awaiting transfer to Bradford County residents themselves, Miss Ray obtain funds for Hampton Phillip and Crosby,
Italy, where he was to are employed In Green Cove. her day Is not complete unless Browning, of Starke and Mrs. J. school welfare projects, the school man. Mayor C. A. Darby, A, J. St. Petersburg; seven brothers, R.

joined by his, wife In The new schedule as announcedby she has added at least ten rows D. Sapp of Lawte>y. Parent-Teachers' Association Is Thomas K. W Hayes Lucian 0., of Denver, Colo., C. T., ofWestcomett.

Mr. Marple, Is as follows: to a sweater. This Is a spirit of Pallbearers were friend of the I sponsoring a stage show Monday Conner and Johnnie Redgrave appeared Fla., F. D. and H. B.,
ore, besides his widow self-sacrifice and love for others deceased. The funeral services school In his behalf, testifying to of Brooker A, D., of Starke, II.
nu, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lv. St. 6 a. m., arr. G. C. 6:50:: that has been typical of many of and Interment were at the Dyal night auditorium.In the Hampton the demand for such service, and T., of Tampa, and L. B. Crosby,

|of Florahome; two broth- A. M. the local women both during the Cemetery Tuesday at 4 p. m., the I to Alvares' qualifications and of Greensboro, Fla.; and six sU -
and Hendrlcks. both of Lv. G. C. T a. m., arr. St. 7:50:: emergency and after. They have Rev. W. E. Hall officiating. The PTA has engaged famous TobyDowdy's character. tars. Mrs. Clara Pukes, of Lake

me; six) sisters Mrs. Lacy a. m. spent time and effort in knitting DeWitt C. Jones was In chargeof High Pointers Contesting the application wan Butler, Mrs. H. P. Galney, .Mrs.
of Starke, Mrs. W.' D. Lv. St. 4 p. m., arr. G. C. 4.50: sweaters and other articles of the arrangements. Florida music and comedy Oalne group vl1le'l Roy Mathews formerly of Starke Gertrude Waters, Mrs. S. M. Mott

Pilatka, Mrs. Bessie Bak- p. m. clothing which have been shipped starred dally over furnish and now of Palatka, who submit and Mrs. A. U Crosby, all of

!Ple"oo?I Fla.. Mrs._ C. B. Lv G. C. :5:30: p .m., arr. St. by the local Red Cross Chapterto Boy Scout JamboreeSet the radio fun station and music WRUF for to the per i ted that he could handle all such Brooker, and Mrs. L. II. Futch,

i John McRae and Mrs. 6:20: p. m. those In need both in this country W. W. Hicks II business In Putnam and Bradford of Lawtey.
formance, Mrs. ,
Holtehan. all of Jackson- Mr. Marple also announced another and In the stricken areas for August; 19 president of the Association, stated counties with his I'alatka-based) Pallbearers were brothers the
service for the benefitof abroad. Volunteer workers have will be transfer company. Mathew stat deceased. The funeral services
Jiervlces new the American Red Crossto August 19th has been_set aa the yesterday. Admission ed that at the present time his were held at the Dedan
were held at 2 Navy wives living in Starke enabled 25 cents for children, and 50 cents Baptist
onday at the Church of and vicinity. Each Wednesday carry on during the War and date for the Summer Scout Jam- for adults. company Is using one truck. Church at 3:30: p. m. Monday, July

Starke, with Brother W. morning (if he has a "pay load" they will make it possible! for it boree by the New River District The hearing brought forth testimony 19, the Rev. C. A. Crosby officiating. -
officiating. Interment ) he will leave to continue In the years to come. Scouters Committee. All memo to show that local citizens Burial was In the Dedan
of 20 or more
Crosby bers of the Boy Scouts and Cub had encountered difficulty In securing -
Lake Cemetery.
Cemetery, Starke at 8 a m., carry passengers -
'Witt C. Jones In charge. to the Naval Air Station, Cub Scout Pack Scouts. their parents, and officials Heilbronn School facilities for the haulingof DeWitt C. Jones was In chargeof
will attend the Jamboree, which
pallbearers household goods and furniture
were Guy Ed- wait them and Receives Postcard the funeral arrangements.
on
"IoU J. Flynn Jacksonville, Receives CharterCharter Is to be held at the Klngsley Lake between Starke and other cltle8"an,1 :
and
Geor&eof NAS
bring them back leaving the and Mrs. Howell N as- But Can't Read It
Starke, William E. home of Mr. I I had usually been required to
This service
2 m. 11
than
UnemployedDraw
not later p. Cub Scout I
[of Mobile for the new worthy. make appointments with transfer
Alabama AuaT !- wives
is for thIS benefit of No. 70 was received this will under A card written In Yugoslavlrn In Jacknonvllle
Gordon Tyre both of Pack Activities get way companies CompensationA
hospital )
Ze> Second Lieut.; Charles desiring to visit the Navy week by Acting Cubmaster S. E. about 2 p. m., with a program of wa recently receive by Gainesville Mathews had not and''

k. of Tuscon, Arizona ac- and commissary. I Ritch. Date for the group's dedi scout advancement, and games. the Third and Fourth tiradesof vertlned locally It was total of 11 unemployed persons -

e<1 the body from Greens- cation will be set at a meeting The day will feature the monthly the Heilbronn shod but *o Alvarez said that he would ue In Bradford County received!
Scouts Leave Today tonight (Friday} of Pack committeemen Board of Review and Business far the ntudent and their two trucks for the proposed compensation checks amounting

attending the services Overnight HikeThe and den mothers. The certificate meeting and will be highlightedby teacher, Mr. Muriel' Norman, see-I' to $154.60 during the week ending

-of-town Included Mr. and On from the Cub Section of a fish barbecue. haven't located a translatorto vice.The applicant was July 13, the Florida IndustrialCommission
t the foreign language
Phillips the Starke the Boy Scouts of America bears decipher reports.Those .
of Augusta Ga., members of by George L. Patton Jacksonville
Creekmore, of Jackson- Troop of the Boy Scouts of America the signatures of Harry S. Tru- Guy Sale Sells for them. attorney, while Mathews' case wa receiving compensation In
and Mrs. James Lee, W. will meet this afternoon (Friday man, honorary president, and The tan pt'.k-arct I* believedby presented by Butler Dowda of this county were classified as fol.
", aDd Mr. and Mrs. N. ) at one o'clock in the Armory Herbert Hoover, honorary vice- Grocery and Market Mr*. Norman to be In rnnponiMt Palatka. lows: photography colorist, general

'n. of Mobile. Ala.. Mr. an overnight hike president.The of several lied Cross. clerk cook, tree pruner. boilermaker -
to begin
members of the Guy's Market on South WalnutSt. donated by the
1
Bruce youthful package carpenter ((2), crane op-
Wells of Plerson.
under full pack. sold to F. M. Me- Singing ConventionA.
'd currently receiving .. was recently school butt If anyonecan
year.
Richard McGraff and advancements are expected Pack are erator, machinist helper, plastic
Several twice weekly David, who formerly owned a trans I t the writing,
r, Instruction a e .
of hike. swimming worker laborer (canning
Columbia, S. C.ihankfe to be made on the to from Miss Fred'lt' Wlmberly. grocery at 1602 E. Church St., which appear. below, please D. Crosby, president of the product.. ,

Morgan-;;; and Miss The local troop is pleased cooperation of the American Jacksonville. Mr. and .[rs. Me- mall same to Mr*. Muriel Norman Bradford County Singing Convention )
senior through
Joe Monteith reminds the of themeeting Persons who leave Jobe without
welcome back their home In I ) public
skirts David making
are spending a few Pa. Red Cross. Upon completion are Rt. 2, box. III, Mtarke.
from Phoenix. Sunday afternoon to beheld sufficient reason or who refuse
leader, of
II and .
one
week patrol the boys will return Starke are occupying Fla.
with training
Sheriff and Jr., Troop of the offers of suitable employment are
O. Edward Schull St. I In the First Christian Chureh
which Include the MIxon houses on Orange
Andreu Lake Bed- their projects, Hrebrenlca 19. aprlla 19 Iff.
on to
reporter. for
not
Th. qualified compensation
of leaves, Guy Sale former owner of the of Starke. meeting lasts from
collecting ate
the Van paket kojl poolalldjrcl
2:30 until 0 o'clock he added and payment.
most of : ,
postcards, coins and insects business Is now devoting Crveno KntaIzaxvao .
preko ga
Friday stamps outdoor his time to another business, the everyone Is Invited to attend themeetln&
Last of
Rites vellku
and the making: Je medju nama
The housing and Join In the singing.PFC. Dyer On VacationCounty
building
will be ordered Smart Shoppa.
McCraryHugh furniture. Uniforms ra OR NEWSOF For Hugh receipt of Individual Guy's Market Is owned by tokont cetverogotllnnjeic
upon IKJ.VNIE CRAWFORD Agent L. T Dyer Is
38. of Lake cards. Mrs. Mae DoIJes.Service skoto I domovl *u nam od
N. McCrary 'registration rata. COMINO HOME FROM JAPAN currently devoting a two weeks'vacation
Geneva died Wednesday July I A main purpose of the organization okuptttora popaljnnl pa namJe. pfc Donnie Crawford of Starke to "fishing and relaxa
dford effects of a self-in It Is stated Is to sponsor Officer pouioe potrebna. ZahvalJujurl .
County 17th. from I was among the latest group of tion.:
flicted bullet wound. He had I opportunity for father and son to develop to Speaks at RotaryAlbert lira brim nalm borclm men selected from the famous Int During his absence requests for
several projects
on
for together Utjerall nmo okupatoraI
health I work
been in poor Cavalry Division to return to the agricultural Information will "be
abilities. ,
months. the youngster's Lee Crosby Service Officer nan xentlje, dwrekall sine State from Tokyo for demobilization.
received Mrs. Mildred
0 employed as a C. L. Douglas Is assistant Cub- loom Mr. McCrary was I committee Includes for Bradford County was Pfc Crawford has bean overseas and Mrs. Mary Andrews, at theagent's
mechanic at Lake Geneva. He I master. The Pack guest speaker at the Rotary Club *. porunene domovlne tn flU 18 months and wa formerly office In the courthouse.
Georgia W. T. Gill. Lt A. Canova ram I ulioto porel d* rsle.NaJ .
the -
was born In Sylvester. : Wednesday explaining program with the American Division Before
August 16 1B07. I. R. G. Kldd, Jr.. Charles A. Mrs.Jenkins of benefits now In effect for I** mozi-mo xahvalltllratklm entering the Army In July PAUL RAYMOND nl.\RGEJ)

The survivors are hisMrs. widow. and George Kopelousos. E. veterans and discussing ways In natezn Ideas kojl *una 1914. he was engaged In truck
MlUle Lucas McCrary: one L. A. Canova and Mrs. S. which business men can assist In pomagall u ovoj borbl. a farming Pfc. G. Paul Raymond was honorably -

son, Millard; his parents. Mr. and I Ritch are den mother I the set-up. Mr. Croaby was Introduced napone Amerlkl koja ram sal- discharged; from the Marine -

Mrs. Oscar C McCrary, of Sylvester by A. J. Thomas chair. 'I Je take HJepe. iburote I ham The following Bradford Countymen Corps at Camp LeJeune. N.

I seven brothers, Clarence County Bond Sales man of the Club's Community nu. ("* .JueI uvjrk gahvalnaVahn were recently discharged at | C., June 1 and has returned to
: Frank and Cecil I, all of I Service Committee. poklonlma zell U bl da the Jack onvl11e Naval Separation his home here. He entered the

Carl. Van of Louisville Ky., Residents of Bradford County Following the luncheon hour a I ml no bar Vao djxca ja"e kojl Center: Marine In April 1943, received

Homer Sylvester.and Clyde McCrary, both 1 Invested 117,250 In Series E, U. S. meeting of the Board of Directors put* KM kartom kako bl ax: tamp P. Cohen, 8TM 2-c.. ba.lct training Parrls Island. S.

of Keystone Heights.! Savings Bonds during the month was held to approve the Club's{I I nail u rivet I rad vanlh najmladjlh. Starke. I; C., arid was awilgned to duty following

Interment was at the family! of June according to figures released program for the new year as set'| ZahalJDlItdpdJa Kllng 3. Grlffls. S 1-c Starke. boot camp In the First

ion to Page 7 cemetery. Sunnner! Ga., at 2 p. m.. by the Treasury Depart- forth by the Alms Objects Com Clcndlr. O car W Davis S 1-e, Starke. Casual Company U. S. Naval

last Friday. DeWitt C. Jones was ment. Sales throughout the state mittee. I II I Raymond H. Bell. S 2-c, Starke. [I, Jio"[> ltal. Camp Lejeune N. C.r .

In charge of the arrangements. totaled J8.100.194. I





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./ BRADFORD COUNTY TELKOKAPH. STARE: FLORIDA FRIDAYLAWTEY JCL

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; APPEA'1STATE =
TO :
e e . e Green In Brooker Sunday. is: ('."r't.T: rornr. BRADFORD.' AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA to: Ann.Wln.tl..ld ln next four w,,??
(""lV- Witness .
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Herbert Norman was visiting Cot C'KHV.William:>TV. FLORIDAIN .2291 "))1[" Street Oliver whose N. P). ApartmentNo. address Is (at OFFICIAl.tltuke, my SEAL band did"tf, r'': ,
T. Lewis, Plaintiff vs. ubl
in Graham Saturday. 2, Washington 2. D. C. A. Clerk or
Defendant Ca.eNu. said rnA 1'h
Lee Lewis,
Maudle
EatabUsbed 1877 T.
chil- You are required to appear on Frank Landru"
and ,
By Mm. Mamie Crew Mrs Clyde Raulerson 4635. August 6, 1048 In the above nam for P)(. Ytut. -
B.! U Matthews ________ Editor and Owes e e . . dren of Hellbronn were visitingMr. ORDER OF PUBLICATION ed Court and cause. wherein plain :.Ii pAlly. .
AN> NOTICE TO APPEAR tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County
Mrs. Eva McKlnney of Tampa and Mn. Edward Norman STATE OF FLORIDA to: Maudle Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn I ". LOST 52
fftiaMd Weekly on Friday and Entered M Second CUM Matter .. 'in with her mother Mrs. Carrie Saturday. Lee Lewis, whose residence Is In- next four weekly Issues. I WEAR ell. I. Us.!

at the Post Office at Starke. Florida. Gasklns, who is 111, this week. Mrs. Emma Alvarez has returned known.You are required to appear onAugust at Witness Starke,my Florida hand ,and this official June seal 2tt, I I Rams c. .."eLLS... R,1eeRrls A..III"'

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forayth entertained to her home here after a 12 194(1.( In the above named 1948. I Y- _.. to. 5 ...
OPPORTUNITYKilitorlal vacation In Tampa.Bob Court and! cause. wherein plaintiff (OFFICIAL, SEAL A. J. Thomas I _..d:' ,. ...
I several friend! with a seeks. divorce.. Bradford County As Clerk of said Court. mans" 41J."f\ ::: N.
1 dinner at their residence Caro of Jacksonville shall publish this OrderIn John W. Muskoff, 1105 Oraham I -he": -- "
Greet : by txxille A. Hlirphrnl party way Telegraph :..:. : ""
I next four weekly Issues. Bid*., Jacksonville Florida.Atty. -... .::1::,....... .:
Chairman New River District, Boy Scout of Amrrloa Thursday night honoring their was visiting his son here Sunday. I -..... -to \boo :
seal for fit. 7-5
Witness my hand and official 4t 7-2 c..... ..... ___wavoxvi""tI. ... ,
son. Private Otis C. Forsyth. Sunday school will be held Sun at Htarke. Florida this July 8. 194S. ... _.......
The growth of Scouting activity in the New River Dannie and Rannle McSwaln, day morning at 10 o'clock at Corinth OFFICIAL SEAL Court.) A. J. Thomas, I:*! CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD -'--"--... .-.....-.. ..
As Clerk of said I..t
'OIl
District provides a real opportunity for boys and par- twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Cullin Baptist church and preaching K. H. Duncan 517 Lynch Bid*. Cnl"'fTY' FLORIDA IN CHANCERY .-M.--4..'.. -...n...Neerlw ..."
McSwaln are spending their sum- service will be held there Sunday Jacksonville for Plf., Flerlda. 7-12 4t 8.2IN Max Jacobs formerly known maMaxmlllan .-y M.R lay c:..11wttk
ents.: mer vacation In Fort Pierce with night by the pastor, Rev. Knowles. Alty. : Jakubonlc Plaintiff, vs. tM. Arse
It is an opportunity for service to the boys of our their grandmother, Mrs. Thomas Everyone Is invited to attend. : CIMCflT -COt'RT. BRARFOHDrOI'NTY. i N.planch 4917.Jakubonlc, Defendant.. Case set=Yr b..r.', ... PLe et.",'l my':: ,, h

communities; an opportunity made to order for individuals Rhoden. Mrs. Rosa Mae Thomas* of Crest- FLOHIDAI IX: CHAWCKRY. I ORDER OF PUBLICATION ". J:.: ';::
i ,
parents, churches and clubs, whose members Pvt. Otis Forsyth, who spent a view, formerly Miss Rosa Mae Robert; .L Kramer, Plaintiff va. STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Blanche l C....),.-r. ..OSMen._! __ JO:a.u:,heq:, aa(0t1QY :
furlough here with his parents, Norman of this community, is Alma B. Kramer also known as Jakubonlc, whose residence and address ".ACC is ae'r'e. ..".
want an opportunity to render a service of urgent im- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsyth has I seriously 111. We wish her a No.Alma 4918.E. Johnson, Defendant. C.se I New York.Is 1042 Kelly. Street Bronx I : Iy""'Y.......tit..

portance and unmatched value. returned to his army camp aTid ORDER e>F PUBLICATION 1 1I You are required to appear on KOCH DRUG Sip
expects to ship out to Germanyfor speedy recovery. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR August 12, 1948, In the above named Phone
There are many clubs and societies in the counties I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Alma E.I. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff SJ
duty with the occupation IN: CIRCVIT C'oruT. BRADFORD and address seeks divorce, Bradford County I Tear Out This
of Baker Bradford and Union which uphold such ideals .' Kramer, whose residence Ad.b
forces very soon. (01 :NTV. KLORIIItl IN ( "'\11- I Is: 2 Harden Street Hartford. Telegraph shall publish this Order Reminder
a* service above self, ministering to America's youth, CKIIY.Theinm Plain- I Conn (or) Alma E. Johnson 2 Garden -
.
Kdwards
Rev. and Mrs. Cecil Williams Mary Shine
Hartford, Conn.
building boys into good men and serving the com tiff vs. Eug.ne Arthur Edwards, Street, onAugust
to
and family of Jacksonville were You are required appear
munity. While there are various outlets for the.expression Defendant Case N" 420. 12, 1946. In the above named I
Pl'ULICATION
guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs.L. ORDER OF Court and cause wherein plaintiff
of these groups, ideas and energies, certainlythere P. Rafuse and spent Saturday AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Eugene seeks divorce Bradford CountyTelegraph When Your Tires Are Slick Tim to
OF FLORIDA to:
STATK
shall this OrderIn Recg
are no more creative opportunities than those of- night here as guests of Mr. and Arthur Edward, whuHe residence next four weekly publish iHSues.Witness ,
fered by the Boy Scouts of America. Mrs. I* W. Page, Sr. la unknown on my hand and official seal I RECAPPEM
You are required to appear I
at Starke, Florida, this July 9. 1948.
t&i :
Scouting is a program of character building, which Mrs. Donald of Lake Butler August 12, 1949, In the wherein above plaintiff named (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, : AND VULCAN mc

moves along lines interesting to boys. It is a program was visiting Mrs. R. C. Crews! Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford County As. Frank Clerk of T.andrum said Court.T. Starke. ., FI<.rM.. ALL SIZE TIRES

which helps the boy to play and to enjoy the out-of- Monday.Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis of Fort I In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues.this Order Aty for Plf. 7-1J 4t 8-2 it AND TUBES

doors, while adding the adventure of learning to live Witness my hand and official seal
Myers were guests of his sister, at Starke Florida this July 10 IN C-IRCVIT COIRT. BR I)FORrJ 24-HOUR
the principles of religion and democracy. Mrs. Rachel Browning the past I 1946. (.'O1'\TY. FL0l1ID.tl l:> <<:,,-11I- SERVICE
x
!
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ( KIIV.Muriel: + BEST .MATERIALS
When you help your local Scout Troop in any way, weekend. I Aa Clark of Maid Court. Gladys McKeon Plaintiff

you are helping boys. You are helping boys build noble Dale Starling Is spending his John FlaAtty. J. Henderson at. Augustine dant.vs. Francis Case No.Joseph 4916.McKeon Defen GRADE "A" RUBBER

lives upon the foundation stones of the great Scout army furlough here with his! par I for rif. 7-12 4t 8-2 ORDER OF PUBLICATION i' Workmanship
ents Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Star AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Cuarand
Law; "A Scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, IN rmrriT ('OI'/IT BR'I>FOHI) STATE OF FLORIDA to: Francis Li
courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean ling. I COI'NTY, FLOHIUtl I1* CHA.SCKIIV. -,' Joseph McKeon whose residenceand ; PHONE 79
address la 1893 New
J. D. Bradley is confined to his I : Brooklyn
and reverent". Clrare Moore, Plaintiff vs. Alex York.
home due to illness and his many i Moore, Defendant fane No. 4923. I! You are required to appear. on
To build a better world, build today's boys into friends wish him a speedy re- ORDER OF PI' LICATJO-l: 'August 12, 1946, In the above named. STARKE TIRE SERVICEAdjoining
This is AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
good men. opportunity through scouting.
your covery. STATE OF FLORIDA: Grace seeks. divorce. Bradford County
The Woodlawn Sunday school Moore, whose residence Is unknown. Telegraph shall publish this orderIn
You are required to appear on next four weekly Issues. Temple Garage
-
Temple
was entertained Saturday after- August 12, 148. In the above named Witness my hand and official seal Ave
TIlE VOTE FOR TALMADGE noon at the residence of Mr. and Court and cause, wherein plaintiff at Starke, Florida, this July 9. 1946.
seeks divorce. Bradford County (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas,
Mrs. L. P. Rafuse. The large
It can only happen in Georgia. Although most of Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Aa. Clerk of said Court.
crowd enjoyed ice cream, cold next four weekly Issues. T. Frank Landrum, Starke., Florida
the country goes by majority rule at the polls, our drinks and a weiner roast. A- Witness my hand and official Atty for Flf. 7-12 4t 82iv "
ttt'
neighbors to the north seem, at present, to have ai mong those from out of the com- Heal 194" at Starke Florida this July 11. riRrrrr rot'RT. BRIOFORDrot'VTY. EXTRA FINE BREAD1. i: :

slightly' different system, which prescribes that candidates munity attending were Rev. Cecil As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAl.said) Court.A. J. Thomas, FLORID IN CI1A.N.CKRY. I "

into state office not the vote but Williams of Jackson- Gainesville. Fla.
go by largest and family Zuch Jr. Douglas, James William Oliver. Jr, Plaintiff -
by winning the greatest number of counties. Thus, a ville and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Alt. for Pit. 7-12 4t 8-2 vs. Anne Wlngfleld Oliver, De

vote in a small, or less settled county is worth more Sumner and family of Starke. I.N dlK'UT CO!'IIT. MHIDFOHD. tendant.ORDER Case OF No.PUBLICATION 4904.
( 01 NTY. Pl.Oltllltl IN CHAN.KRY. :
than one in a county which has the misfortune to be Mrs. Bertha Stuckey and chil- <' .
and dren of Jacksonville were visiting Troy Varnea a minor by EverettYarnes
large well-populated. The system must have its
relatives here this week. his next friend Plaintiff R
points, or they wouldn't have adopted it, but apparently vs. Bertha Watson Varnvs, Defen LOt tr t'fII'S
Rev. and Mrs. O. J. Rauleraon dant. Case No. 4030
it isn't working so well when a man, 10,000 votes be- of Jacksonville were visiting ORDER OF PUBLICATION -
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR SAE r ft"efflrJ
hind
is named governor. friends and relatives here this STATE OF FLORIDA to: Bertha 4z f fIsC

Anyway, they have Gene Talmadge back. Ex- week. Watson Varnes. whose residence Is '
Plant City, Hlllsboro County, Flor- Frr
perience has taught that with him the State of Geor-
. ida.You .
.
are required to appear on a
gia inherits a peck of trouble. In his last term he suc- August 14, 1948! In the above named f' t! #

ceeded in getting the University of Georgia off the GrahamBy Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford wherein County plaintiff r S ssu
41rFIRE
accredited list, and left the State in a predicament later Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn .r
retrieved by Arnall. Mra. John McKlnneyMr. next fpur weekly Issues. 11
Witness my hand and official f"e.
About 386,000 voted against him. Over 307,000 5 5 e 0 5 5 . seal 1948.at Stark., Florida this July 9. .

marked the ballot for Carmichael (supported by and Mrs. E.: T. Andrews of co.\.. J. Thomas,
Aa Clerk of said
Arnall), wtttl'about 78,000 registering their preferencefor Starke were visiting her parents, (OFFICIAL SEAL)
Rivers or O'Kelly. Some 297,000 however turned Mr. and Mrs. Math Wasdln, over Knight .at Knight .Starke. Florida I :
cause a
/
Attys. for Plf. 7-12 4t S-2 may QUICK HELP WITH FULL-STRENGTH FRESH YEAS]
their back on the profitable term of Arnall-his battle the weekend.Mr. _

against discriminatory freight rates, his liberal gains and Mrs. W. P. Bennett IJT COUNTY.CIRCUIT FLORIDA COURT. *BRADFORD I* CHAN :serious loss. Let Watch Fleischmann's active fresh Yeast go right I Iwork1

-and approved Talmadge.The made Friday.Mr. a business. trip to Jacksonville Hilda CERY.. Franklin Parrntt. Plaintiff -help give your bread more delectable flavor

vote for Talmadge may have been because of vii. Ernest William Parrott Defen- finer smoother texture time.
claeck.
and .Mrs. John McKinney dant. Case No. 4914. us every
a liking for his personality, suspenders, etc., or his pro- and W P. Benett were shoppingIn ORDER OK PUBLICATION your

gram, or both. But if the result was an endorsementof Waldo Saturday afternoon.Mr. STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Ernest I PoliciesCharley IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, be sure to get Fleischmaiuij
his program, the voters must not have been informed and Mrs. Ray Hind and William Parrntt. whose residence
Is Rout. No. 1, fresh Yeast with the familiar yellow label. Dependeb
Oxford North Caro- ,
as to what is required to put it across. For at the same Mrs. Roble Hind were in LaCrosse
lina.You for
time they nominated an anti-Talmadge attorneygeneral Saturday on business. are required to appear on E. Johns America's favorite yeast i
August 12
1946
In the above
named
Mrs. Simmons and son, J. T., and than 70
.an anti-Talmadge lieutenant-governor, and an Court cause wherein plaintiff fttws1' years.
anti-Talmadge secretary of state. and daughter Mildred, of Jack child.seeks divorce Bradford and custody of minor Agency

These sonville were guests of Mrs. W.. shal publish his County Order In Telegraph next four Phone IS STARKK, FLA.
curious
are contradictions. What can only P. Bennett Sunday afternoon. weekly Issues. ;
be described as a hazy and unpopular mandate has plac- Ottla McKinney attended churchat Witness my hand and official seal d7frA4vu&
at Mtarke Florida thin. July 6. 1946. .o.
ed in office a man who has the support of neither the Sampson Sunday morning and (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas .
majority or his government. night. A a Clerk of said Court. .... -
R. H. Duncan S17 Lynch Bldg.
Although is Mr. and Mrs. Noon Warren of Mepreeentlna THE TRAVELERS,Hartford
our Democracy still the best form of Atly.for/Pit.Florida.
7.11 4t 8-2
Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
xoyernment on earth it still doesn't keep things from
W. P. Bennett Sunday.
going berserk now and then.
every
Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney
LL I- and children were visiting his

brother, E. B. McKinney at

Sampson Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
In Tobacco It's the Katie Maude Mann Is the

guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie

Hind at Longwood this weekend.

Mr. and Mrs. Lenzle Bennett of .

HIGH DOLLAR Jacksonville were guests of his

parents, Mr. and bins W. P. Ben- The Coke's here
nett Saturday and Sunday. Mrs.

Bennett remains here for a longer ,

That Counts! Is visit 111.with her mother-In-taw, who


Mr. and Mra. Jessie Kitchen and
"
children of Starke were visiting

TOBACCO their son-in-law and daughter Mr.

GROWERS-- and day. Mrs. Willis Broughton, Sun


It. O. Hemingway of Starke

was a business visitor here Tues
Self' Your Leaf on the day.Rev.

Burton and John McKinney
are on the sick list at this time.

LIVE OAK MARKET We wish them a speedy recovery.

Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Green and

son. Billy of Miami are visiting

her uncle and aunt, Mr. and.Mrs.

Investigate Ask Your Neighbor E. T. Young.Rising.


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By MRS. EDDIE NORMAN'
. . e //i\'l 7iJ'
Get TOP PRICES Robert Norman of Jacksonville ;

was the weekend guest of h t smother Li _

Mrs. Maggie Norman. _
'" See for Yourself That the Mrs. Paul Faulkner of Starke ,

spent several days of last week

HIGH DOLLAR Paid at Mrs.here with E. C. her Lewis parents Mr. and

Mr. Bishop Thomas of BrookerIs
LIVE' OAK spending a few weeks here with LF'

her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
Lewis.

2 Mr. and Mrs. Victor Jones and
Sets of
8
Buyers Warehouses son. Bobble of Brooker were

Sunday guests of his brother and

sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon -

Sponsored by Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Normanand
Suuannee County Jr. Chamber of Commerce children.Jeanette and Eugene, 1.111

I and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones omitt
and daughter. Carolyn were UNDII AuiHoiirr or INI COCA-COIA COM!A"'f If

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus

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.
. : spent last week In Salt -- -- --
Miss Madeline Green Springs. of Jacksonville were weekend and daughter, Alma Lee, of Tar . . .
cooker I Doris and Miss guests ot Mr. and Mrs. R. Q. Allen -I pon Springs and Mr and Mrs. Edd
., weekend Hodge guests of of Jacksonville their respective were I Renfroe of Wa..hlngton. D. C.. Pine Level SERVICE "AS YOU LIKE IT' t'
Sgt. Ernest
MarkeyyleRi Edwards arrived pent Wednesday with Mr. and BRADFORD BARBER SHOP
Mrs. T. W. I parents Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green home
'I Sunday night following his Mrs M. L. Johns. By Mrs U. M. McIUe
. and Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Court
Hodges. I honorable St. We Your Business
I discharge from the Mr. and Mrs Chester Appreciate
Mrs. E. J. Lewis. Mrs. T. W. .. Moody . . .
[ ran of Birmingham, I Markey, and Mrs Earl I army t Ft Bragg. N. C.. after and family of Lake Butler were W. J. Prather R. L. Marna.EARL'S .
A
Green
attended 21 months of large crowd attended the
the I overseas
feW days here aa a duty. guests Sunday afternoon of his
$r and .Ire.Z.W.Ham. miscellaneous shower Miss Mary Allen has returned parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. church services Sunday at the
given in honor of Mrs. G. W. Par- I to Tampa following a visit with Moody.Mr. Pine Level Baptist church and
rish, a recent bride, at the homeof her
parents here. following services several'baptismstok ,
children :Mrs.
and and P D.
Croft Reddish
Mrs. Ollen Parrish and
RubY In Dukes A. B. place in the lake.
Surrency Is relatives -
visiting
to Join her husband Friday afternoon of last children of Heilbronn spent Thurs
ndsy week. In Starke this week.O. Mrs. Florence Haltiwanger left GARAGEOn..llall
Ala. They are day afternoon of last week here
Earl Green
and M.
,ngham. D. Harrell W.
is
Barry confined with with relatives. Sunday afternoon for Waldo
their home there. I made a business trip to Lake Butler illness
i to the Alachua where she will several
spend days
Hos-
Z. W. Hamilton' Monday County Mr. and Mrs H. B. Hunt of Mil South of Stark on Hood 11
and Mrs. morning.Mr. pital In Gainesville. as guest of her brother and sister-
and James: Mulberry accompanied Mr. and
Thomas and Mrs. Merle Gano of Mrs T. W. in-law, Mr and Mrs. E J. Mc- :
Jacksonville were weekend Markey and Iva Mae Mrs. E. H. Sapp home Saturday : All Kinds of Auto WorkALL
guests Lewis spent Saturday In Jackson Rae. She will attend the home-
night and returned home
lOUR of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. ville Sunday.
Gano. visiting relatives and friends.A Mr. and Mrs Alvin Kite and coming program at Pine Grove WORK USED Wrecker .nIIIIt
[ WATCH sandwich Supper w ill be children spent Sunday In JacKson- church .near Gainesville Sunday GUARANTEED AUTO PARTS DAY OR NIGHT
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Jonea and sponsored
Saturday night. August ville and Orange Park. before returning home.
Best son and Mr. and Mrs Ernest Russ 3. by the Church .
the of God for the I vIJ'E
serves I 1 Mr. and Mrs L. L. Renfroe and Robert E. Taylor made a business 9
and children enjoyed a week'lvisit benefit of foreign missions. Everyone son, Sammie of Starke trip to Jacksonville Tuesday
:
were BUY SELL and TRADE USED CARS
with relatives in Mississippiand Is invited to attend
and all guests of Mr. and :Mm. M. 1..1 Mrs. Susie Myrick of Lake
llr Georgia recently donations will be appreciated. Johns
Tuesday afternoon. Geneva and Mrs Bishop Thomas
Ercell Edwards and M. D. Har Rev. Frank
Marr
is of the
pastor
Mr. anil Mrs. Lloyd Bradley of of Brooker were among those I
rell are leaving this week for a church.
Jacksonville spent Friday of last visiting Mrs. H. M. McRae Thurs-

visit Mr.with and friends Mrs. in Hugh Dallas.Rahn Texas.and . . . week here with Mr. and Mrs Joe day afternoon. : :. t/ U m m.rn Delicious!
| w sywv wiv Moody and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Myrick fi9
daughter, of Raiford, were visitingher I 'J2
REPAIRLstworthy New RiverBy Mrs. Math Sapp and son. Jack were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. "t -: 15 Pies CakesCookies
mother here Sunday, Mrs. -
of Lake Butler spent Sunday afternoon L. Hayes in Gainesville Sunday ? ...t\U
'
Bonnie Mott.
Service Mr. and Mrs. Abe Crosby and The SchoolS with Mr. and Mrs E. A. afternoon 'I I I 1' r'' 4 ,
Sapp. Rev, and Mrs. W. K. Hall and '
children of Jacksonville . .
were I i tJXSG*
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns and M. M McRae attended the fellowship -,
[rley F. Strong weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.L. Mrs. Rosa Plnholater of Brooker family spent Sunday afternoon meeting In Jacksonville II I4 J2Cl II'c specialize in cakes of
.
R. Gainey. Is the guest this week of Mr. and with Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Newell In last week. I :.:: all kinds
Mrs. Bill Plummer and Iva Mae
j 137 Went CU St.IP Mrs. M. F. Wiggins. Theressa and with Mr .and Mm. Mrs. O. R. Alvarez and daughter r
Lewis were shopping In Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Meadows in 'I
Anderson Wesley Johns Hampton.M. Mary Lou. of Vanderbilt
f BLANDINO JEWELER Friday. and daughter, Dorothy of F. Wiggins, C E. Andrews were guests of relatives. here JACK MUSGRAVE BAKERY
1941 Malcolm Lewis, Earl Green and
SINCE
Deland, spent the weekend here Curtis Dukes and Herbert Parrish Monday.
Junior Hinton made a business with Mrs. Anderson's mother, Mrs. were among those visiting the tobacco -I Mr. and Mrs. D. M. McRae of 706 TEMPLE" AVE.
trip to Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. Minnie Gibson. markets In Lake City over Orlando spent last week here and
Betty Hazel.Anderson and Mr. and Mrs, W. M. Walker I the weekend. Iin Starke with relatives, ,
Mrs. Guy Harrell were shopping .
INSURECANNING. in Gainesville Saturday.Mrs. -1
Eugene Ellis of Worthington -
,
Springs were visiting Mr. and '.,' .v,
[ Mrs Arthur Edwards Monday I
afternoon.
.
Mrs Cassle Larramore of St. '
SUCCESS Petersburg Is the guest of Mr 1 ,... ,
and Mr. I... W. Sowell this week. .
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LiHfiSOCIETY and CLUBS I Mrs. Ward HostessTo If you had only one speech to make it

i Ladies AuxiliaryThe you to own MODERN ELOQUENCEOQ'd Pa

Ladles Auxiliary of the = &rcaM4hi'1There's ten-volume speaker's library. $49.50 t' 1:aotif

McKelvey-Ellis Methodist Classes First Presbyterian Church met monthly payments. Or

Have Joint Party Tuesday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John E11U of Mrs. C F. Ward. The meetingwas --
faithful"fan" to be home at the same THE: IwALiL.s:
like arrange ?
a .
Cleveland, Tennessee! announcethe Members of the Wesley Fellowship held on Mrs. Ward's sun nothing flUt
.
I always And sure- time .
,
marriage of their daughter, clans of the First Methodist porch which was attractively dec- say I have Box.5itSTARKE.
ly am glad to know that -
orated with arrangements of sweet
Sylvia, to Henry P. McKelvey, of Church Invited the Men's Bible zinnias. Mr*. Mae Dickens at least one Kate Struth re- Maude Halle (Mr*. W. G.) feels

Starke, on Thursday, June 27, at Class to,join with them and entertained -:peas was and In charge of the program ports that the lights went out last quite set up these days, going FLORIDA

Folk ton, Ga. with a covered dish sup which was preceded by a Friday night Just as she sat downto around town with a round-trip ,
read this column But did ticket to Springfield, III, Also famous Harvard
plane
The ceremony was performed by per Thursday evening of last weekat devot 1 o n a I, "Weakness Made Classics
she let a little thing like that tucked safely In her bag-a gift National Encyclopedia
of Dickens
William L. :McQueen Mrs. was
Judge Strong. ,
the Lake home of Mr.
Kingsley
Folkaton. Mr. and Mrs. McKel- and Mrs., C..H. Nasworthy. assisted by Mrs. Guy Andrew., stop her? ; I'll say not from eon Jack She'll embarkon Junior Classics,
She groped around until she founda August 5, stopping for a brief
vey are making their home on The waft prepared and Mrs W. J. Chandler, Mrs. John Many other values.
supper and read on by candlelight visit in Atlanta before flying on
taper
Cherry street In Starke. the Uglow, Mrs. Jeanette C. Young
served by members of
both
{ I certainly Hear Mack Futch
Of and Mrs. J. R. Kite.A Such loyalty t.J Illinois
jSunday School add an
classes national missions I does the ole heart good was due' to arrive in Jacksonville Help your children In
on
Catlett-Crawford yt v.nlng of t'ntertajnment'waa enjoyed program Wednesday front California andis schoolMEN'S
by the group. About 25 was conducted by Mrs. Frank
which was entitled, "Up Gene Long come slated for a Navy discharge
Mrs. F. Catlett members,and.friends were presentto Bryson Biarlan and
Mrs and Howard ,
Cpl. James T. Wainwright
and The foith that almost
Stream Byway.
participate and join In the fun program with a story
Sr., of Crescent City'Florida, Announce
and
) will depart Japan
(Lawtey
dealt' with the work the i outdoes the one related here recently -
the engagement and approaching .
head home the last of August
church la doing in national missions about Sonny Haynes' tug-
marriage of theirdaug'htel' Kuhn-Martin In the United States and In of-war with a hungry water moc- Hear Steve Weldon (Jr.) Is living

Hester Elizabeth, to Latin America and the schools The and alone and liking It while rest of FALL
casin young
Martin'of Longs SUit
Herbert W. Crawford, eon of Mr. W. L. this city announces visit
and missions that the church has vacation- the household Is away on a
dotter, Mary Ann, are
and Mrs. E I Crawford, of the marriage of hisdaughter'
*
all his
Steve's been cooking
Julia Nell to WallaceL. built and is developing. An attempt -, ing in the E. J. Dowling cottageon
Starke. ; ,
The wedding will be an eventof Kuhn, of Starke, on Friday, was made to acquaint the Kingsley Recently MaryAnn' favorite dishes for himself by
'
himself Wonder how he is
17 In the 19 at Folk ton; Ca. members with the mission workof granddaddy fowling gave j'
Saturday, August July 100
washing dishes? PC
in the hemIsphere to
Westminister Presbyterian Churchin Judge William A. McQueen of the church western her three full-grown ducks play I

:"ck onvl1le./ All friends of Folkston, performed the cere Mrs E. M. Edwards presided with In the water Monday '/I .__
over a short business meet. morning the Longs arose to find Call Street Scene: Gustafson'smilk
the couple are invited to attend mony. Mr. and Mrs. Kuhn are I'
the ceremony. making their home in Starke. Ing in the absence of the president NO ducks-Just a few loose feath- truck double-parked In frontof ALL
Mrs. K Q. Duncan. ers floating placidly on the lake the Guidon Grill Wednesday WOOL

Refreshments of homemade cake surface Mysterious morning Two big trailer .
Bicycle Repair and Ice cream were served by Well, not for long For thereIn trucks stopped behind it. Then

BICYCLE Mrs. Ward with Mrs. W. H. Stern the shallow water was a great more cars A Greyhound bus,
We supply. factory part for all make assisting. big 'gator, lolling contentedlyafter I and so on Jamming traffic $29.95
SM1/ of bicycles.We his luxurious duck breakfast I clear down the block A few

have the equipment and the experience Birthday Party Understand Gene dashed minutes' wait, then the bus start-

to fix your bike quickly. off In search of a gun but haven't 'ed blasting Its vacuum horn .

Old'. bicycled made to look like new. For Lucile McRaeMrs. heard of Mr. Gator being bagged Trucks joined in the din .

Reliable as yet Sounded like V-J Day Suddenly MEN'S
economical bicycle repairing.
1 .
e % B. E. McRae entertained -- the milk truck driver got

x Tuesday afternoon In honor of Good to know that Irene wise, dashed out of the cafe and
BIGGS & BAKER
L her daughter, Lucile, who was SPORTCOATS
.. Mathews (ex-Coca Cola) Is back drove off Call Street settled
213 East Call Street Starke Fla. celebrating tenth birthday an- along Call Street this week after back into its usual mid-summer
niversary. The living room was *
.
aiding the war effort as a Red quiet Note from Elizabeth
attractively arranged with deco- Cross hostess in Hawaii for the (USO) Hornick this week stating

rations of blue crepe paper anda past 17 months She's visiting .that she's vacationing at Jax
large birthday cake adorned the Della Rosenberg for several days Beach before returning to her old
center of white table cloth.
I Aa a before embarking on the sea of stamping ground-Pittsburg, Pa.
Cussing games and various other .
1 matrimony on August 1, after -In September
forma of amusement were enjoyed
which she'll live In Texas .
w 6flp by the young friends who were Hear that Emma Chalker, head of Well, looks as If I'll have to $19.95Men's
present to celebrate the occasion
all Army hostesses In the Central trim my sails this week on account -
with the honoree. Refreshmentsof
1 1t Pacific, Is nome for a two months' of space is short So
cake, Ice cream, and cold drinks rest before returning to duty long See you in the next .
were served to the The
: group. Nice that she and son, Bill, could -Carolyn,
r honoree received many lovely ,
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gifts. Those invited to be presentat i Slacks 7.95 li
this delightful affair were: Winsome Class I Jr. Woman's Club to .

Jean Crews Martha Land-
Betty ,
rum, Fiances Landrum, Nancy Enjoys Lake Outing I The Junior Woman's Club will

Dupre, Elllaa Stefenelll, Jacque- .! I hold its regular monthly meeting
line Parker, Linda Kay Sale, Clare The regular monthly meeting of : Thursday night, August 1, in the
I1 1 Jean Mundy, Katherine Johns the Winsome Class of the Baptist club building. Hostesses will be RobbinsFORMERLY
I It held afternoonat
Pauline Gay, Theda Ruth Patten, Church was Friday Mrs. Glen Wood, Miss Sara Bare
Lake home of;
t Tommy Hendrlcks, Delores Mar- the Kingsley foot, and Miss Audrey Carlisle.
Mrs. Ennls. The members
Gary )
uca, Donny and Lawrence Moaley. ,
enjoyed a period of swimming,
f Mrs. Carrie Ritch spent Tuesdayin '
.. which was followed by a covered STERNBERG'fSTARKE
Paul Canova III Jacksonville. .. .
dish supper Later in the evenIng '

Celebrates Birthday a business'meeting was held his

presided overt>y Mrs. Van Car- .
,., '3'Piece Maple Bedroom Suit Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Canova; en- den in the absence of the presi- ITCH I
,,, r. tertained at the Episcopal) Church dent, Mrs Louise Tenley. Mrs. .. -
''':> .
$119 & $159 Easy Terms Center last Saturday evening In Carden opened" the meeting by Arc you tormented with Itching of
", '. honor of their son, Paul, on, his reading a portion of scripture and I eczema, pnorlani riiahea. I In*ect.

.. .. ,.. I .I "F .......- 16th birthday; t anniversary The prayers were offered by the class I bites itching. athlete'or other foot externally, eruption,caused rectal III
lace covered refreshment table teacher, Mrs. Martha Pellum and Ilk In trouble? For quirk relief and
,. WOOD 'RANGES Porcelain held a lovely cake bear rood results um VICTORY OINT
t ,- Front birthday Mrs. Lewis Halnes. .
MENT. Developed for the boy In
ing 16 pink candles, surroundedby I It was decided that cards wouldbe ,the Army, now offered to the folk TM6ATPg '
'$79.50DINETTE fern and pink verbena and sent to those members who tlneptlc.back ho..Safe.. White for bable greaseless or ,children an-- fL-:.

flanked on each side by lighted were absent from the meeting because A name you can't forget
F ,'"" "r 41 .I tapers. Bowls of gladioli and zinnias VICTORY OINTMENT-the finest
of Illness. Members volun-
I ''T.b#. .r Jar
were attractively placed a- teered for nursery attendants dur- Sold I. Clarke .y
SUITS bout the room. The young people' CAHPtOTEH'H. KOCH'S .
ing July. sad CA! OvA DRUG STORKS
enjoyed an evening of games and
$44.50 to $98.50 Mrs. Canova was assisted by Mrs.

George B. Flynn, Miss Bobbie I I NEW
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Cameron, and Miss Marjorie IN THE SOUTHEASTMore

Davis. people drink Atlantic Ale and Beer than any other
C. H. Driggers Furniture Co. Those who were present to help

Paul enjoy his birthday were : It must be...

Mary Ann and Ray Coleman Joan Opening Schedule
Dlnkl ., Peggy Ann Wiggins
Helen Rowland, Betty Ann Flynn ,

Patsy Halt, Janet Anderson; Doris
u Moncrlef of Raiford. Jean Burns

of Atlanta, Ga., Barbara Mooreof

Lawtey, George Roberts, Jr.. vI
James Phillips. Henry Bennett, all

of Lawtey, Henry Munassa, Jr., Beginning
Joe Monteith, Lewis Haines, Arthur -

Winkler Jimmy McRae, Ed-
I d ward Schull, and N o r m a and
Emma Jane Canova.
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fAN9 (ER ty Monday July

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ass a.es..r.l,4d..Casa., ..,...e M-.e.w.... e


.. _. .rWHO'S As Follows. :

t


Our's Is a Serious BusinessWe're Saturdays Sundays)



HOWDY FOLKS The .
"
way
fa,. not druggists alone. We're
same women tarn on the
tear you'd think they were IQ professional guardians of your lOOP.M.

suffering from cataract health. We understand your doe-
A tor's orders, and fill them to the
Joe: "Whenever my wife needs
letter.
Every
ass drug we woe In our

MONDAY MORNING DRUDGE any money." she. .calls me handsome prescriptions Is a drug of absolute Same as AlwaysWeek

..*. _Ii frealmfuII potency-od uaqueatiOMd -
John: "HandsomeT"Joe purity. Avery prescrip
Every day I ii washday with as. Aad that's theteason : Yes, Hand-aome over." tion In a bill of hreJth-to benefit ,

And It could be that some goal!
andy hoe,become faft'lrilOftoly il
lawyers geE: their money byplunder ei

day to women who use our services. [Our_mode *._ white" some doctor
get theirs by "pill-age." Carpenter's"Your Days
..plc-* d-...... Iow_& laundry service makes-t.*
Anyway, you doat have to f

s drudgery at thing of the. put. 'It gives. you timed wait at all to get our best RexaJl Drug Store" '
work. You Just drive lit and
for more worthwhile thine*- on erve your health >w. hop to attention. Your gas. ON-THE-M1NIT SERVICE ,,3.a P, M.Closing .

your" oil youlubrication" ,, are
_ad.eaves you money. Call today attended to pronto. There' no Phone 64 q. '

waiting with us.



STARKE DRY CLEANERSand GULF Washing OIL Greasing: PRODUCTS Polishing l at Midnight<|



E and LAUNDRY STARKE. Temple & Lake

-A FUr -Service,Station As UsualUL

Phone 179 .

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JfLY R6. e __ .0'_ BRADFORD cotnnrr.. .TELEGRAPH.. RTARKE. FLORIDA PAS /Ifs
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BITS Q rrOCAL NEwsIBtrtha Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch, M. "
Slatr k'and Joe Sistrunk spent and family'are upending a three Jackson and :L.MrB, .Harold Sanak- \ -

SundaY" in Tallahassee with Mr. weeks' vacation at Jacksonville\ up spent Wednesday of last weekIn 4. We Are Pleased Announce that '
and 1.trt. Merrill C. Futch and Beach. to ;
Pearce and 1 dauglk- Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Weldon and family. Jacksonville as guest of :Mrs.

\'anda spent Monday In family left Saturday for Griffin. Just Mrs. William Thomson and Alvarem coinlna, Mrs. Herbert TENDERAY BEEF 1 rj'

Ga.. where they will visit Sir received shipment GIRDLES children of Lloyd are spending a Dahl and Joe Braden.

nvll1e. Anderson Weldon's brother-in-law and uLs- at the S I.\RT SIIOFI'K. few days with MI'.. Thomson's) Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns haveas Is Back on the> Market

Lyle week fromvGreatnaval ter. Mr. and Mrs W. J. Burks. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Green of parents Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. guests this week her brother- j'.

d this Training Station Mrs. Weedon McNear of Tampa Miami are guests of Mrs. Green's Mr. and Mrs L. G. Powell and !: in-law, Jack Ward of Eldorado, AA Western lied Only 1

spend a ten-day liberty Is visiting: her sister. Mrs. M. F. brother, Albert Griff. Mrs. Mattie P. Gahagan spent Ark., and Milam Mixon of Magnolia Every Piece Strictly Guaranteed

fto Anderson and his par- Brown at Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Perkins Friday In Jacksonville.Mr. Ark
y-s. Sold in
lir and Mrs. J. L. Ander- J. J. Fitzgerald who hasbeen returned Saturday from a six and Mrs. R. R. Thede and I COOL PRINT" DRESSES at the Exclusively

Lyle has Just completed histraining visiting her daughter Mrs. Brown weeks vacation trip to Hot son. Rickey of Jacksonville spent SMART! SI10PPK. ,I* "erkinM..Market ,

and following thl.will returned to her home In Tampa Springs, Ark. They were accompanied last week-end with Mrs .Thede's Renovation sale Friday and Saturday LOVETT'SNew

be stationed in Call- last Friday.Mr. home by Mr. Perkins' aunt mother Mrs. F. H. Long at l>IIaM DrmM Shop Mgr.

weeks to attend Mrs. Jennie Dickey, of Thomaaville Kenovatlon sale Friday and
for seven and Mrs. Lloyd Lewis of Miss Katherine Mundy and Mrs. .
Ga.. who will be the guestof Saturday at Leila's Prf .
f **
school. Wilmington Del., arrived Thursday her Paul Aggersof Laurens, S. C., Shop.W. 1
L. Bertha Pearce was the to visit Mrs. Lewis' brother. for sister Mrs. W. H. Perkins are spending ten day. with Mi\ D. Faxon U a patient In the

iof her brotller-ifl-law :and in-law and .slater. Lt. Col. and several weeks. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy. U. S. Naval Hospital at Jackson

Mr and Mr!!. O. V. Philips, Mrs. T. T. Long. A.Master Sergeant and Mrs. John Mr. and ''Mrs.: Guy Sale spent yule Goods New Goods !
Zebedee
Iks City Wednesday. .? .,_ Meat sllcert. W.50.. Sam and son, John A. Jr.. last week with Mr. Sale's parents, CARD .
of OF
Grand THANKS .
'\t\ Conner and Doyle..;Crews Rosenberg & Son'.. Island Nebr., were Mr and Mrs, J. H. Sale In Madi
Etendln the.Future Farmers guests last week' of her mother, I wish to thank my friends for

*State Convention at Friends will be Interested In Mrs. John Hall. Mrs. Hall's eon son.Mrs. their expressions of sympathy In

erlca the following announcement which Bobble accompanied the Zebedee's Ruby Johns made a business the loan of my husband. The
Toieno High Springs.
near Mathews of Moul- has recently been received here: home and will enjoy a visit of trip to Jacksonville Tuesday. kindness and help will always be Hammocks 7.65

I Irene spending .this week Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Wear announce several weeks with his brotherinlaw Mrs. EX, L. McClure of TampaIs remembered with deep gratitude .

|I Ga, is Della Roseberg: the marriage of their and sinter. visiting Mra. Ruby Johns this Mrs Dorothy Faxon Hubner. Steel Hammock Stands '8.50
Miss daughter. Katherine week.
Ann to Mr.
J. M. Mitchell and Miss Lawn chairs for the lake homes,
,.
James Battles Draper Jr., on Saturday Garbage cans, extra heavy I
Mitchell returned Wednes- $1.50 C'a. Sam Ron e n b e r g DID YOU KNOWthat
mt Eroa Jacksonville where they June 8, 1948, at Oberlln Son's. (from Camp lUandlng) with lids. ,

Ohio. $2.50-$3.50. Sam Rosen b e r K & more people use Florida LJvra .
as guests of t' Mr. and Tarpaulins 12 oz. Very HeavyWATEltPIUW
Mrs.
I several days Just received Freeman Register// Tone, the Pep-up laxative to relieve ,
Briggs. fehlpment GIRDLES Jr., Mrs. Bill Sexton Bon's.William
and Miss
1.
constipation, sour stomach
at the SMART: SIIOITK.Mr. Struth III of Jacksonville WINDl'KOOPTO
I RosenSon's. Marjorie Davis spent last weekend ,, who has just returned' and the misery caused by indigestion -
and Mrs. Bin
Phillips of at
Jacksonville
:i Augusta Ga., visited Mrs. James Beach. from duty In the South Pacific, ? The reason: it satisfies U. S. CIOVEKNMENT SPECIFICATIONS;

Hubner Barney McRae Jr., Charles visited his grandmother Mrs. W. Start today, feel grand! tomorrow.
last
weekend.Mrs. Knight, and D. E. Knight returned H. Struth, Tuesday. FLORIDA LIVRA TONE Is sold 10x14 13.80 10x12 11.95

GET THE W. E. Middleton was call Monday from a fishing trip to Mr. and Mrs. W W. Page, Jr., at all Drug Stores.

f 'SPEED* SWE ed to Jacksonville Tuesday be- Grandin Lake.E'ELET and family of Tampa will arrive 7x10 7.35
cause of the illness of her
brother DRESSES: : at the Monday to visit Miss Kate Struth.

\miEFFORAClPINDIGESTION Ben Dowling.Mr. SMART: SHOITR. COOL, PRINT DRESSES at the DONUTS, ROLLS

[ and Mrs. Fred Selley returned Jack Halle of Miami spent the SM: .VRT SHOPPK. pms and CAKES Strawberry Hoes '1.00 to 1.25
Monday from a visit with
weekend here with his parent, Miss Lois Jordan of Miami, who I

relatives in New Bedford Mass. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle. has been visiting her sister, Mra None Are Better

Before their recent marriage Mm. Ernest Phillips left this week

1 I Selley was Miss Virginia Dursh.1- Dave Johnson, Jr., of Hardaway, for visit In Colorado.Mr. .
Ala., and Randall Bassett otMont&omery a Than 20 Gal. Galv. Garbage Cans 3.50U.

1 mer.Mrs.. Derwent,,Cook and son Ala., returned to weekend. and In Mrs.Tallahassee Guy Sale spent with last Mr. LAPPE BAKERY E. Heavy 24 Gal. Garbage Cans 8175:
their
respective homes Saturday
Charles Thomas returned Sunday
and Mrs. A. P. Revea
after spending a month with their t
from a week's visit at Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Poole of
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Gary :Makes
Storr Beach as guests of :Mrs Miami are this week
spending
peoler's Drug
Ennis at Kingsley Lake. They
Henry Hagans of Madison. with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phillipson BRADFORD HARDWARE CO.
were accompanied home by Gary Kingsley Lake. Cakes :Made To Order I
Morgan Ennis who will spend a
Ming Nina is
Bishop spendingthis
month visiting them in Alabama.
week visiting college friends'
('", mo' and be fitted for fall
at the University of Alabama.
Every branch ofINSURANCE Splrella Garment Mrs. Frank Capt. C. W. Chulker' who has

1I0c'er.10% Jo:. :Madison. from
Starke.tf recently returned military

duty In Europe 'is visiting his
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn of Uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. -

Hampton and their house guests, M. Darby on Lake Santa Fe.

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Register of I'lay Hull and Itutlilng Mull. at

Lr ABILITY I Cerro Gorda, N C., were dinner SMUIT: SII,1>I>E. r

CONSTANT" guests Sunday night of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Houser of

SERVICE Mrs. J. T. Quigley. Flatrock Ala., who have been

WElt 50 YEARS: THEFT !Maple living room suits. 2 p('., visiting Mrs. Marjorie Colley, returned -

$37.50; 3 pc., 1250._ Sam Kotwn- home Monday. They were At Leila's RENOVATION J SALE !

berg &: Son's. accompanied back by Mr. Houaer'a

Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin returned -, mother, Ms. J. F. Houser, and

AGENCY FfRE. home Sunday after visiting Jerry Colley who will visit with
WALL
L C. In Jacksonville with Dr. and them for the remainder of the 100 Dresses tIll

Mrs. C. C. Mendoza.

L \ F E Earl Johnson of Metter Ga., summer.Miss Mary Brownlee Miss Joyce j\11 at gr .a d rtes

Please Phone 146 will spend this week-end with his duce .
Humphrey, and. Miss Marie Baugh, I Suits &Shrts T

o. ...- ... .....-4 --.A..........' family. who have been... ialUng( Mr. and ... h Play T ;-_ .vr t< 0 4
; "'1-- JCYELET'nKff8"E's at the Mrs. H. L. Brownleo will leave'

SMART SIIOPPE. .' Saturday for their home In St. ,
'
Mrs S. K. Brownlee Miss Louis Mo. Hats & Bags "

CLASSIFIEDfTED Madge Brownlee, Miss Mary May Suits anti Bathing Suit at

Brownlee, H. L. Brownlee and SMART SIIQPPE.

Jim Stith spent Thursday with

lady' or settled LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN, .10 Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long at Blouses
,Is black bar markedsplit COURT, BRADFORD
One cincrrr
lit girl' to a..I"t' Intou\ Me- huge im!
rk. Two nights 'Weekly anddaye up under bit each. ear; their summer camp near Melrose COUNTY. FI.OtXIUAl IN c..IAiII-: ,
off. See or writ :Mr. one la spotted sow marked crop E. M. Davis left Wednesday for CFRV.: <
I & under bit one ear & split Mary BudInl ..Plaintiff vs, Anthony .
Kit., 317 But Call street up
fcrhfc itp to T-86 & undes bit In other;: eight are Arcadia where he will visit with liudlnl, Ocfemlunt.' <*a.e No. 4U44. Dickies : 1 .
[ his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. ORDER OF PUBLICATION
I HALE-Missionary strawberry nn-al ANT NOTICE! TO APPEAR
and Mrs Bruce L. Davis.Westinghouse .
>ors! SO thousand or' more. J. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Anthony
[ "hl.. 3827 Lenox Av., Jack I drink boxes, 6'x8' Rudlnl I, wtmne residence and addressis
vIII.. Flu 8-2 FOR BALE Missionary berry Oesanatlco, Province of Farll. Robes
at to plantfirst year new" grouml. I electric. Sam Roweberg & Son's.Mrs. Italy.

t RENT- -room cabin; lights I By bed or thousand. J. T>. Bowers Roy Smith who has been You are required to appear on
1 place Road 21, 2 mll"a eastof I August 19, 1946. In the above namedCourt
water Is third house left
op : visiting her sister Mrs. K. G. .
nh .( Farmer. Market. 15.25 Starke. Steve Weldor-I4 and r au. ifdConfl
lilt DRESS S II O P
.k. See E. A. Edwards ate Duncan left Wednesday for Mobile toelca dl"o.""
-.:oIt to 8-28 Ala. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
ROACHES, ANTS FLIF91 nut four weekly Issues.
NO BIitTBomb.
I SALE Missionary strawb.rryIII. flea. If you use our Aerosol Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and Witness my .hand and official,
by bed or by thousand. This la not the kerosenetype. children spent last week-end in seal at aturkeJ Florida this JulyoWic'lAI ..
Ml second J. Star Lasts for weeksAut0Fountain. .
runners. B. -
f*, Crosby Lake t 2tp Jacksonville.New .( : SEAL) A..J. ThomaaA
chairs 1)12.63.) : Sam R<_'n- Clerk. of said Court.T. NEW SHIPMENT
FUR HAL.B-Pineapple pear. Hea" Frank induum, Htarke. F..... I __--
YOUR FARM, CITY AND onable. 121 LafayetteStreet! berg Son's. Atty. for Plf 7-19 4t .9OTHK :

KESS PROPERTY Starke.. Fla. 2tp to 1-U .. _._... .'

FOR SALE-Mlaalonary strawberry OK Pt 111.10 .1"III'IoC.' OM "('''001. HIT: KITCHEN CABINETS
plants by bed or thOU.Rnd.l'lr..t Pursuant to the provisions of II".lIon 217.1Z. Florida Mtatntes 1941.
year.: Price rlifht Ury: HeddiSh as amended by Section S of Chapter 2J.I3S. haws, of Florida. Acts of
Route 2. tllrk.., Fla 3t to .I 1946. notice .la hereby given that a public hearing shall be held. by the
STROUT .IC REAL County Board of Public Instruction of Bradford County, Florida, on JUST .
ESTATE FOR RENT- -room unfurnlshedapartment. Tuesday July 30. 1048 at the hour ft 10.00 A. M In the County Hoardmeeting ARRIVED'T I
Gr..t .......... .1 _._ veniencepreferred. All room at the Courthouse. at Starke, Florida for the purpose of
try ..."rt". Ha Made ever I modern t,. dtscusslnawith the clllaena. of the County the proposed school budarMof Utility Cabinet ,
1 eels. or n....._Farms- &1S nort\f\ Walnut street. lltarke ; said County for the fiscal yeur beginning July.. 1948 and ending f' ;
h. Buyers. ... which budget In summarised ns follows:
( all. the June SO. 1947
yews Fln.FOR ... .... ........,.
'
.iT** "... "a ais> I. llnilKet for fummalt Bed M l f il nl Kitchen Cabinet 52.50.55.00
I STROUT RENT-2-roon. fr.rnl.h..d tab- A. Balances. on Hand Beginning of Year 1. Stale Funds U"5 n .
REALTY AGENCY In. Phone I..J 0 I' Apply 210t v 2. iounty Funds U.O&2.3't
| Represented! Locally By Christian street t..rk.. 3. DlstAct'Funds II.&U.SII
PRE WAR TYPE
t I Tntal. STI.ln.n
,
HOIXING9WORTII
S-room
fC. RF.-T-t; or -
WANTED TO "" '
116 So. Walnut StRESSES house, preferably furnished In or v. B. Anticipated. Recelps: 1. Sian A Federal; I- un.I--- $185,522.47:
near Starke. C, H. Ml tru"k. 2. County Taxes 12.1118 011
O. Box 882 atarke, Fla. 'ti" 3. Il .trlc< Tae 12.nll.OIl Occasional RockersSpring
of all kinds renonttu3u 4. Tax' Assessed. on Homesteadsfor
;'.d' upholstered and WILL RADE house and garage Debt Service 1.514.04
15115,4 fierce for house Commission Funds 1'.011'100
u. a carll. apartment In Ft. 5. having a
MATTRESS E'os Jacksonville. Starke Keystoneheights Total U35.G".37
!rrrNoka Co. In Flor- Filled Assorted Colors r
Auguntlne -- ---- ---
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Denmark
Ida. Write John H. f*. Proposed Expenditures:
JAl '' 30,000.00
1. marine 2. Transportation Only 11.95Clearance
plywood paint cy- Fla. .
Picnic 3 f rAmrttlnn of Health 8,80000
;= bench and table
.f.. 01)
: I9.CO"
i.- -ed. rrntn surplus propertyrdimp FOIL HAUB' -new photo... electric Bposure .. 4. Capital .Outlay 18,00000
5. Debt Service'
Bl"n meters;
Hollywood Camera andlift 4. general. Control 11.1211 00
ll or Scan. 1 t 7. Fixed. Charges 1.1a11l0I.
Shop Discount Beach Chairs
Missionary straw Operation. of Plant I070)0n on
Planla offlce desk and I. Itepalra and Replacements 11.000.OO
II'. >>:y bed FOR MALE-Ianr.
> > ieotrpopligh L. Haynes' Cash Valances 53,11757
33'Yolt' Delco desk chair. Mr. D. 10. Iteserves and

KLwllh. .a41. C. tet..n or H. aOl South Water .tr..t. Isp _Total *-. ,. SUI.1U- Aluminum Porch and Sun Room Furniture

tarke. rial 4t to 1.1 sate 01 .. ......
FOR SALE-.II.htly used Hmmmtn. fee DUtrlet tmtfrrml "' PasSe ,.

,-on R(d .alligator l In gtarke.sandal Mall alsestreet to Harvard ... .diasdgood Readers'Club Natlon.1 a.- A.H. Anticipated Halances' and n..lptTa.ee. Reserves. Beginning of Year: e. 0 s f j10102 Sold at a Greatly Reduced Price

LJ nass. notha. Fla( lip new, 30 D.re.nt. off. 2t 5.l C. Proposed Eap..ndltur.. .: 3.7SOOO
box 671; rkI'I. poponds I'

sneated KALE-Two government bra OPEN-My gnat mill Commissions Interest ,4.' 1,1350"27100 3-W y
"
aluminum MILL
bulldogs GRIST Ing grits Balanced End of Tear Sf.IM.02Th. Swings f for Chen
:::1' suitable for barn ..1'.... open. Saturday for grin. D. Anticipated Reserves assessment
lI.turd.ythet..ft.r. rail
to produce
Ilrln meaL Op..n each millsge to b. levied on the 1 44 19.95
and .. Floor
pl.t. Lamps -
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'
each 1Atsr. '
till eseuog fiscal are:
8178 for the year
Starlin. for these budsiets
new W
Henry I)' necessary revenues
.
...... Starke .,.1.. It ZIP a-2 I. County Support and Maintenance. Fund> 0 .H 0

medium slsed 2. District cur..r.ttr Levy No.. by 2.Districts MamptoniUlstrlct "-ir .r it. I Reduced to 3.95
8.u.FHo. wa.... "...t.r .."11 WANTED -'good. ', ALL-WOOL
'a. ) No. 3. Mtarke +; .1r'latrl"t 0
fr.. Eo. \,;.
D. l1I"Booth Bradford
) .
'rrp SL 0 farm. .. .IptlonOprl e.etc. No. 0. UawteyDistrict 7 .
u Itp red.' air. full L. A. WIthams. ; No. 10. Vanderelllnieirlrt a Scatter Rugs 27x45 Handles to hold aDd footreKt
kE.VTIhree In first I.u..r. 3rp I-I No. II, (Orabam.1' 5 a M
: *.roorn light Rt. I. Dixie. 0. District ,.... 12. New River.IHstrlrt 10
.Qaeeping aparirnnt. f u r-' ..... No. It. fh" ro aIMetrlrt 10 the feet A.. .
\ J 'a'onabl", JOSJUdlaor. WKLI DRILLINn-1i per loot .. II 3.64 place on, or -pumps .
Stalks. tf Highway II 24mdse No II.
Brooke
atreet. lall.rl
Andrew north of Stark. /tP S.1I I District No. 11. 10 buy Originally priced at T3.SS.

sir?ALE'. new I' '- heel stake 3f T"lanes ;;;;d 2. Debt Service: OB ???,..?.,,. '. t Mill Also Many Other Selection
Vri'r Hai.n 111 AWNINIJ8 .
a
''' treat CANVAS John A. Andrewe On NonExempt: Property ..1 Mill.
'
Btarke. Itp awnings contact l'l.trl..a o'
Freeeellmatee by
fk.SALE-Lak. front .Iete 0 Oil .box gladly 54 Lak.1I1".n.Butl.atp 5.9 4. District Interest and "lnrk.Bcf11( No.'l.'Lsiwtey 1'1. I. atark. ,1 Mills Mill We have a few of the scarce items left-- Electric Irons, Linoleum Hug,
Ifc
f liP' l1.neYa Walnwrlllht.and Crystal lake. r.rm; No 12, New RlveDIstrlAt 454 Mill Hot Plates, Broilers Etc. I,
Jr. Ill Eaat .F.-fro.t-pr0ol Australian Brooher t Mills
I .tr.ot, phone 1(4.. Btarke S 3. FOR pines sAJ In e.n. 35c each over: 50 25e nr.Oy..r Complete 'details of each ..parat.No II.part .1 the .........1 budget summarlaed .. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
It" 100 n. fur In.p."Uo" .t
available p.blo
SO'.acht: In .bOYO are on fib sad are
nr4ALF ..ach. Rnot. not disturbedsetting. Office 01 the County taper".n".nt, of Schools .t Couthou.. atIItar.
1.rg. 4woUln. near Fla .c the. ... awallabi. for such public bearing together -
also
.
oWl'of Keystoneflelgh''t ,. Florida and will
I. Ittark.. N. statements. and Information Denmark Furniture Co.
121pEastcash. ) 1.9 John H.
"'t. 'rl"ht." h.Jr.. C.U ? All Tntereted persons are cordially Invited to participate I Is thebile
Itp bearing. and to dls_s the school program and budget for' thla
'"t.5ALP: : & 8ALFEaOlt... Lily planU. ,.,_ for the ensuing '..'.
t .. County
T5"ro9m-IInu. 1 -1 FOR .n HOARD or f.Btjr lt1'JIITRr'r.rrON8RAIJFORtJ ;
'.'*SiJ thw..*M of I'Itark.' In- and potting,rM.3. Write, COUNTT r1.o01t11'4 PHONE 151 STARKE. FLA.lp .
' timbered. land. 'or 100 for .
r..acrerf Ouantlti H McHaeCaunty
By.Arthur
t
.. for p.
-- are Ill South r5'aft5! Lake PI..Id. Superintendent.
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5s5 e S 'Ing several days encampment on I. CrRct'I'l'
. . . .1 1 mer flowers enhanced the beautyof day to rejoin Mra. Slnglet.o1in Caldwell In OceJa. Crystal lake.W1Jbur COVSTY. FI C". p BII t
this Suwanee Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. J. W Woodward I I,
Mrs. Hembree'a home for Theressa Neel of Keystone
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carter and visited Mr. and Mrs. Bard Gale I Evelyn Murrcii 1',
State FarmBy Covered with an exquisite Heights recently received his honorable "1"leh.' Plaintiff ? }I ,
party. eri 1
son. Bobby, of Newport Ky., and at their St. Augustine Beach home I I Ky Eva Mae Tried discharge from the Navy' Vond.rl.lch' Deg yr dIUliu.. V, I
Mm. Bryan WMtfleld Madeira cut-work cloth the din- Mrs. R. Carter of Tallahassee last weekend. . . . I at the Naval Air Station In Jack 4931. "k', .

. ing room table was centered witha visited Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Tyns As representatives of the First I ANDENOTIFEPPn
. . . sonville and at present he is making WfA7.
water enroute to Christian Church of Starke Rev. BAPTIST REVIVAL MEETINGThe
swan shaped vase holding during the week when his home here with hIs STATE OF ,. -<-
BRIDGE CLUB MEETS lilies. Places were marked by Daytona to visit other relatives. and Mrs. W. O. Smedley and Mrs. public Is urged to remember mother, Mrs. Fred Mason. dance Vermont Vand.ril, (l"> ,*V,4

Attractive arrangement of cards In attractive holders. Card Lt. Col. and Mrs. Chapman spent P. S. Crews attended the Mission- the revival meeting which be- Mrs Pearl Bryan and granddaughter You and addr.", ,_ lnlci1 I *.

flowers were noted In the home of table appointments were in replica Friday and Saturday with Mr. and ary Union at the First Christian gins at Hope Baptist Church here I Bernice Bryan ,of Hobe are, IIIII!rquIh, Court Ifj'h"
Mrs. R. P. Stubbins when she entertained with small Church in Jacksonville during the continues thru'' a,1 &
each centered a Mrs. Joseph S. Ford In Jackson next Sunday and and| "all., ;
Fla. are visiting relatives
I Sound tiff seeks
,
the State Farm Bridge dlt" "
I. swan. ville. Mr. and Mrs. Ford and past week. Saturday, August 3. Meetingswill here. Telegraph Hhkll| rp>bSWORDER ..
Club Wednesday morning of last The honorees were presented their visitors, Mrs. Tillman and While her parents Mr. and Mrs be held every night beginning Joe Kelsey, Walter Swindell and In next four Weekl) '

week. Prize winners at this meet-I with nylons as mementoes of this Miss Doris Adams of Selma, Alabama W. G. Strlngfellow, returned from at 8 o'clock by Rev. W. F. Oddyof I Leon Triest were in Keystone seal Witness at my .u.t
Ing were an follows: high courtesy. Among others enjoyingthis were dinner guests of Col. their Eastern trip last week Miss Palatka Heights Baptist l Bach Sunday afternoon. 18.1948. Starks' Flvtldyn,

M. Turney who won a outstanding social event were I and Mrs. Chapman and Mr. and Melba Stringfellow remained with Church. (OFFICIAL SEALI A

frame; second high. Mrs J. C. :I Mrs. J. O. Godwin Mrs. P. D. Mrs. U F. Chapman Sunday. EarlS. Mr. and Mrs Bob Barkley In Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mason were I IV! CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD T As Fran Clerk La 01 n old< Coury I
lrum,
Wallace) whose award wa a bon FLOHIDAl CHAM.Antoinette Stark
1\.1 Fancher, Mrs. Dennis Fancher Johnson of Jacksonville also Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Her plans visiting In Waldo Sunday after- CERY COUNTY Atty for Pit I'll(
bon dish; club bingo, Mrs J. Mrs. W. N. North. Mrs. J. O. visited Mr. and Mrs. Chapman Include a visit with other rela- Rugglrello Plaintiff) vn. -

Kite who was given a deck of Caldwell Mrs. J. C. Wallace. Mrs. during the weekend. tives in Philadelphia Pa., before noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Dan Loper attended Alfred Kug-glrello, Defendant. 'CanOR4DER .11 COUNTY CIRCUIT. ('0' RT I
cards and bingo, Mrs No
mall) guest the Enice Bradshaw Mrs. W. F. Godwin Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. coming home at the end of the a dance Saturday night at OF PUBLICATION FLOR'o". II
Hall with note as
Hugh paper Mrs. J. M. Bradley Mrs. Fannin AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Rose Wall
Springs.Mra.
summer. B.b..rman
prize. To Mri. J. F. Williams and Lorace Campbell and children of STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. Al. Herman 1'1.1,
Bryan Whitfield, Mrs. J. R. Kite, Miss Pauline Brannen of Jacksonville whone lJ"bern.an. D.r.nl\
Sr.. the High Springs, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. fred Rucglrello, realdence No. 4938.
P. Stubbing
Mr R.
to Jlmmle Swindell and
Mrs it. F Chapman. Mrs. J. L. spent the past weekend son, and address !I.: 4634 Heck Place
handerchlefs. Land enjoyed a camping trip on OF
hostess presented home Detroit, Michigan.You Pl'1lLICA"
) Larry returned to their
Mra. C. M. Mrs.J. and Mr* AND NOTICE
Williams Turney. with her Mr.
Refreshments consisted of Coca- the Suwannee River near Old parents, are required to appear en STATE TO PlIeberm.n
A. Bouvler, Mrs. R. P. Stub- Town the weekend. R, W. Brannen. here following a visit in Macon August 19 1948 In the above named ,OF FLoRlDA to
and cook- over whose
Colas with sandwiches and wherein
Court cause plaintiff
reidenn
bins Mrs. H. O. Bates Mrs. M. When Joan and Nancy Mynlhan Ga.Mrs. seeks divorce. Bradford County dress I.: % 1 I. 'tobHrn.an 1\\
Several classes of the Ralford
ies.LUNCIIFgN hurst
and Mr. Avenue
J. P. Dickinson ,
New
R. Holmes Mrs. George Manassa returned from Jacksonville Sun- Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn York,g.
Baptist Sunday School had a pic- and Mrs. E. S. Sibley were visit- next four weekly Issues, AulE are required t.
GUESTS and Mrs. Clara Stahl. vacation
: HONORS day to resume their stay Witness my hand and official t 19. 1948, In op
Beach
nic at Hampton Tuesday Ih'tbot
J. M. Hembree and Mrs. I with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace Ing Mr. Sibley's parents In Deland seal. at Starke, Florida, thl July tffCe
Mrs. Wednesday of last week Mrs Mrs. C. H. Cope is one of the Sunday. 17. 1945. eksaiivorcleandhta
L. A. Shepherd were hostessesTuesday L. V. Chapman her brother, Rob- teachers and among the clause they were accompanied by Mary :Misses Ruth Sibley and Grace (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas, tiff's name b. r
when they honored Mrs. Wells who came for a week's visit A. Clerk of said Court.T. Bradford ('o..n} Tekpar
ert L. Singleton of Los Angeles members were Delores Ann Wain- and Dickinson returned home after Frank I.andrum Starke, Fin publish this Order I.
Fielding Chapman and Mrs. J. F. Calif., and Lt. Col. and Mm. Field- wright. Lynwood Watts, Jeanette with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace spending several days in Green Atty. for Pit. 7-19 4t 8-9 weekly I Issue.. n"
Williams with a seated luncheon.As by John Mynlhan Mr. and Mrs. atWStarke my hand aid
went to Silver Grlffls. Irma Jean Godwin Caro- offltOFKICIAL '
ing Chapman of Mrs. .
Cove
R. A. Wells and Mrs. Isabel Ed- Springs as guests IN eiHCrlT COURT BRADFORD }'Iorlda. 'hi' J
the guests assembled Miss Springs. Thursday Mr. Singletonand lyn Bradley and Betty Williams Belle Garrett.Mr. COUNTY FLORIDA| IN CIIA1W-: 1945.

Mildred Williams rendered lovely Mrs. Chapman Sr,, visitedSt. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs wards who were their supper and Mrs: Archy Elland, CKHY.RoHlna .Cavallarl Armelllnl Plain A.( Clerk ot SEAL laid Court) Al.-,

piano selections.Effective Augustine and its adjoining J. L. Robinson were Mr. and Mrs. guests. of Auburn- Marvin Eiland, and Miss LIllie tiff VH. UhiHeppe Armelllnl Defendant T. Frank Landrum Starke
Miss Zennle Colton Atty. for .
Can No. 4941. 1'.f
arrangements of sum- beach. Mr. Singleton left Satur- J. D. Barber and Mrs. J. E. Barber dale was the visitor of Mr. and Mae Trlest were visiting In Jack ORDER* OF PUBLICATIONAND -.i.
of Bunnell and Miss Ellle sonville Saturday. While there NOTICE TO APPEAR IN CIRCI'IT ('01 HT, RIll
weekend.
Mrs. P. S. Crews last I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Glun- Barber of Palatka. Mr. and Mrs.: G. W Strlngfellow ; they visited :Miss Trle t's aunt eppe Armelllnl. whose residence and CF.IIY. n

-k UNDERSTANDING Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Richards and Mrs. George Manassa and Mrs. M. Mortensen.Mrs. address Is: Santa Maria, Revigo, D.DuHBnherry D. Hughes,MuKh Plaintiff. n
Italy p!>
children Jane and Belle Garrett of Green Case No. t'
and Henry children enjoyed a supper party You are required to appear on 4938
he economy of management make upa have been at Jacksonville Beach with Mr. and Mrs. George Ben- Cove Springs was the guest of August 19, 1946 In the above named ANDEAOTICEPTOtAPp

primary quality of our Service which since Saturday. nett at the Weeks' place at Kings- her mother, Mrs. J. P. Dickinson Court seeks and divorce..pause wherein Bradford plaintiff County TATE OF FLORIDA ,,

M dedicated to the affairs and needs of Mra. J. L. Robinson returned ley Lake. Friday.Mr. over the weekend.Mr. Telegraph shall publish this. OrderIn Evelyn residence Duxpnbrrry Hugh?
and
next four weekly Issues.Wllnexn aililrcni I I"; .
bereavement. Wednesday from Seville where and Mrs. J. A. BouvIer and and Mrs. J. C. Cochraneand I mv hand and official sta! Inlet, South Carolina

she had visited friends for several Johnny Bouvier spent the past family and Ernest Trlest returned at Utf Starke, Florida this July 17, August You 19 are, 1948 rcqulrnl., in the to abon ion

days. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil to their homes here follow- (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas., Court and cause, vhmii ;I''
McRae In McIntosh. At that time Am Clerk of said Court.T. seeks divorce. Bradford
PhM 1-c Nell B. Muldrow of
IV CIRCI'IT COURT, DHADFOnncowry Frank Landrum, Starke Fla. Telegraph shall pulilih thi."
Great Lakes I1L arrived Tuesdayto Richard McRae who had been FLUHIUAI isr CHAN.ciaiir. Atty. for Pit. 7-19 4t 8-9 in next four weeklyuw\
DEWITT C. JONES visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bouvier Witness my hand ml
returned -
spend her leave with her parents Edith Lee Shuler Plaintiff vs. H. iv ruirrrr cornr. Sin \I>FOIH Real I at Stark Flurldt I i':
AMBtTI.ANCm] SERVICE! Mr. and Mra. J. M. Bradley. to his home. K Shuler. Defendant ('...e No. for"XTl, FL04t1DAt IV CIIA>. 18. 1946..
On separate occasions during, 494A.ORDER ('Flit Y. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J ',
Miss Mildred Williams of Ring-
OF PUBLICATION As Clerk of said '*
Funeral Director Clare Barton Rein miller, Plaintiff our:
gold. Ga., came Monday *to visit the past week Mr. and Mrs. W. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR VH. Carl W. Helnmlller Defendant T. Frank I.nndiuir Starke
STARKE PHONE T Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd G. Strlngfellow had as guests Mrs. Shuler STATE, whose OF FLORIDA residence to and: H.address R.- Case No. 4932.ORDER .OF PUBLICAIONANI Atty. for 1'lf. '.11

Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins Mae Dickens and Mrs. Bob Rlch- 1x: % Elliaheth Parson Shu! NI>T1CR TO APPEAR IN CIHOIT HHT, SRI
Our local funeral home enables us to spent Friday in Tallahassee haying arde and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilson ler 317 Taylor Street: Georgetown STATF3OF' FLORIDA to: Carl W. I, Cot'' 'r". FI.OHIlMl l>
offer conveniences II. South Carolina.You Helnmlller whose residence .la Pentagon CKIIV.Ilattle .
and services not of Starke and M. D. Carter of I
up to take Mrs. R. P. are required to appear on
gone Kulldlng, Washington D. C. J. Wood*, rialtfr., .
otherwise available Lawtey. August 111! 1946 In the above namedCourt You are required to ,
Stubbins, Sr.. and Charles Pulleyto appear onAiiKiixt nell \Vficulri, Defendan C
I and .a"Re. wherein plaintiff lit, 1MB.! In the above nnmerl 4922.
their home and their daughter,. eeeks divorce. Bradford County Court and cause wherein plaIntiff ORDER OP PfBUCA-
We furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices and Mary Rivers, for a visit with rel- LOOKING Telegraph shall pnbllnh this OrderIn seek dlvori-e. nrnrtford County AND :NOTICE TO APP
FORWARDBy next four weekly Issues.
accept ANY life insurance policy In force, Issued by ANY company atives thel'e.Honoring. Witness rny hand and official Telegraph In next four shall weekly publish issues.Wltnese ( this. Order STATE OP FLORIDA a
as payment In part or in full on a funeral. Consultation \V. W. Parker peal I at Stark, "Florida this July my hand and official seal Woods, \vho.e re-lden, c
17. Ills.! 1 You ar* recjui, 4 I up
at Starke, Florida, this July 16,
carries no obligation. Ruby Winder of St. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, llMn. August 12, 1940, li' h ato
Louis :Mo., visitor of Mr. and Sunday was a high day throughout An Clerk of said Court.T. (OFFICIAL SRAL' A. J. Thomas, ed Court and cause wh...
Frank I.andrum, Starke, Fla. tiff seeks divorce PraJforJ
Mrs. P. D. Fancher, and Joan and the colored churches in Starke.At As Clerk of said Court ,
Atty. for Plf. 7-19\ 4t !8-9 Harry H. Martin Jacksonville, Fin Telegraph hall lIubll.'h.h
Nancy Mynihan and Mary Wells 9:30: a heavy Sunday School Atty for Plf. 7-19 4t 8-9 In next four weekly II.,"
l\ nun IT roi nr. nil 'FOil" I Witness. my hand and. in
of Jacksonville guests! of Mr. and was enjoyed at Bethel then on 1'411'\1'Y.' Fl.OIIIUi. IN CHANfKHY. IN nnri'IT COUNT iiRADFoiin I at Starke. Florida hi .
Mrs. J. C. Wallace, Helen Whit- to the great Nebo Baptist Church COUNTY, FLOItln.ll IN t:1IA.: 1948.
STARKE John C. McMunly, Plaintiff OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. LAs
DAY CKKY.Frances. (
field gave a spaghetti luncheon for baptism, where they fellow- Catherine McMurdy, D" ten d ant. Roebuck Plaintiff vs. Clerk of enid Court
Tuesday at the home of her par- shipped 16 into the church. All Cane .No. 4935.OHIIFFt : Lawrence Roebuck, Defendant Cane Znoh H. Douglas, \iumy' ,
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whit- enjoyed a Spiritual tide. NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR No. 4941 Atty. for Pittad..ped
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
.. atKingsley field. Additional invited guests At 8:30: to Allen Chapel for the STATE OF FLORIDA to: Catherine NOTICE TO APPEAR
were: Betty Williams Carolyn closing service of the Woman's McMurdy whose residenceand STATE OF FLORIDA to: Lawrence -
address In 350
: Bristol Street
Bradley and Peggy Caldwell. Day program which. was a grand Brooklyn, N. Y. t unknown.Roebuck,, whose t residence In
BeachEvery E. D. Mobley spent the past success J You are required to appear on You are required to appear ''on
August 19. 1946 In the above named August s
19, 1946 In the above
weekend with his family in San- Everybody invited to the Court and .cause wherein plaintfffseeks Court and cause wherein plain'named
Sunday School Congress at Mt. divorce. Bradford County tiff seeks divorce Bradford," County
ford.Mr.. and Mrs. John P. Turneyand Calvary Sunday afternoon.Cpl. In Telegraph shall publish thin Order Telegraph shall publish this Order _
Thursday From 12 to 6 next four weekly iHauen. in next four week-lv" Issues. ?
daughter Mary Carol, of Wltnean my hand and official enl. Witness) my hatM and official MAUUJA

Jacksonville were dinner guests of Curtis Jackson, honorably at 1949.Starke, Florida, this July II, seal la 19411 at Starke, Florida, this July llr ion

Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turney Sunday discharged, is home taking a rest (OFFICIAL SEAL,) A. J. Thomas (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Malonal Symplosu '

,PRESENT THIS AD FORt Little Patricia Turney returned after having spent three years and Chaw.An Clerk K. Hess of Maid Jacksonville Court. Fla. As Zach Clerk H. Douglas of said, Court.Gainesville.- Fla. tAfl icl snEwr

here at that time to con- seven months in service taking Attv. for Pit. 7-19 4t 8-9 Atty. for Plf. '1.-'n" 4t__ _._ s a.wCox
tinue her stay with her grandparents his basic training in Austin Ala.,

Free after visiting Jacksonville relatives with the 92nd Division. He was Va

for a week. then transferred to the Air Corps R itii 1'anAy qNn tsT: IfH ts' irou

1\ S-Sgt. Jack Bradley left Sundayfor Division 2058 then stationed at
SWIMMING m
Chicago III., where he will Venus Fla., and later transferredto

PICNIC TABLES ,. meet Mrs. Bradley and go on to Camp Stoneman Calif., and at- $

Large Room For <. Dakota, Ill., for a visit with her tached to the 48th Bn., Trucking "
parents Mr. and Mrs Hayes Dept. He was sent overseas
Dressing Accommodations Mitchell.Mr. aboard the USS Matsonla and

and Mrs G. E. Crews and landed in Brisbane Australia. Of

We Suggest For A Good Meal TRY OUR John Crews went to Miami Tues- the several battles In which he

CHICKEN. STEAK. FISH AND SHRIMP DINNERS day for ten days visit with rela- participated. Cpl. Jackson says Make 1
tives. During the absence of her the toughest was the Battle of your

Cottages Rooms Apartments Reasonable Rates family Carolyn Crews Is visitingMr. Altape on New Guinea where the
and Mrs. Calvin Williams and 32nd Division ]kept' 80,000 Jap

little daughter, Sandra in Pa- troops penned up until reinforcements -
Billiards' Boating Bowling latka.Mr. arrived. He received the vacation trip

KINGSLEY BEACH LOCATED ON BEAUTIFUL and Mrs. J. G. Caldwelland Bronze Star the Philippine Lib-

KINGSLEY LAKE Next Door To Camp Blanding daughters were Saturday: eration, and Sharpshooter medals.
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. B.'' Jackson says don't forget the

I 32nd Division. with aweffseYceccar'


The Blue Caps lost a game recently -

EXPERT to the Pierson Globe Trotters -

'\I' because of unconditioned .

i players. The local club has lost

1 Bunk Albert who Is playing with

St. Petersburg. Trick-Shot Williams -

and Capt. King Tut Leg-

1'i11 gett, who has signed with the '

: {(JJA tU1pL! has Miami signed Red Sox.five Manager new players Parker to I. fi I

I
maintain his atomic power. You'llsee ;h I Y

them In action soon.

SERVICEChas.C. The Companions of the Blue

Caps lost a game recently to

Gainesville. Nevertheless, In spiteof

the rainfall, they are conditioning -
of fine themselves every day In orderto

ShepherdAt hold the state championship In
ii' % ) Bradford County. UT OUR SIIKeep

dry cleaning Gay's Service StationDO your car in sound condition-keep MECHANICS UI oV1 oV1it

= skill Don't forget the big Battle of CAR"8G
Song at Mt. Moriah Church to- serving dependably-until you get YOUR

night (Friday) starting at 9 o' end

YOU KNOW ABOUTROACHES clock. delivery of your new Chevrolet alignment Check atwrlra.led( DtrX''

? Stapling machine. Scotch tape electrical 1 ,YStelnalud0e
i After careful '
a thorough
dry cleaning car en9lnelr
:
paper puncoe. all type acooont s
treatment here, your clothes are returnedto When you fight roaches you Com to our service station for clutch brakes
try: to s you fresh and sweet .revitalized..-and just kill ths fsw that you can, other Item at the Bradford ion. rear TUWDespite !
hit with spray* or dust 'or that car-savfro service, today and l at regular Intervale. throughout
perfectly pressed to hang sleek and _ooth. walk Into a powd.r by accident. County Telegraph

Smartly! dressed women depend on o u r K-3-D lor: CIRCUIT COURT BRADVOKDCKRT Give your car Iho bonofll of our four-fold torvlco 'sAVt r OIAI"rsDfI
kill to protect their finest fabrics. Our Col'NTY. FLORID" IN CHA rd dfI"

,; Is a special technique an satesure.. ROACH KILLERIS N. W. ". .rren. Plaintiff, yip Mar. advantage ((1)) expert mechanic ((2)) modem tools, and te"poraAhl,..co e/1Gr'JQ III

It's a real wardrobe-save. Roaches cat DIFFERENT It because they like C.Ion. Virginia No. 4919. warren, v.I.nd.nt. ((3)) genuine parts, ((4) quality materials. Remember _'II Ipaperl0 do eve"udel' g

.... It. They dry UP and d I.. Safe ORDER OF PtTBiaCATIOM
to use. Mon-Polsonous to man AND NOTICE TO APPEAR wo'ro m.mb.r of America's foremost r new ChevIJ14
and pets. STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Marlon automotive for "'a.tI ;

PHONE 135 15c and 25c Pkgs.Sistrunk and Virginia! address Warren I. unknown.whose residence service organization. Com In-today! y us BI whenr yOOItna"k QUII'',

You ar. required to appear on enjoying ", ,r44
a' August It. 14. In the above nam. Jowe t coat- or
ROBT. ( 315 act Court and cause. wherein plain purred
01 Feed and tiff _.10. d I vor.... Bradford County OUR CAR.SiRVia IS YOUR BEST CAR.SAVER ;'Chevro1et''
7 4j Temple Telegraph shall publish this Order
JieOJ Seed Co. In next four weekly. Issues.
Witness my hand and official seal
1' Are. STARKE. FLORIDA 1u: Stark.. Florida thlr July 10. TORODE CHEVROLETStarke

Mff. by MePheJl ProdocU (OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thomas
Orlando FU. A. Clerk of said Court.
T. Frank Landrum. Xtarke. Florida.
Atty.' for Pic. I-1J tit 1-f
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26, 1948
JrLT BRADFORD COUNTY TELKORAm.
STARKE. FLORIDA
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1 Lnday evening. July minister 28 .-- .. .. --- -- -- ___ .c_. h _____________
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,h each night during thelestanruthea Relief Center Palatka Pastor I

Acknowledges Gift To Conduct ALL CHURCHES IN BRADFORD COUNTY ARE INVITED TO PLACE THEIR Presbyterian Pastor

Church. located RevivalAt ANNOUNCEMENTS: AND NEWS ON THIS PACE. HOWEVER. TO INSURE Wants Young PeopleTo

of Starke a From MethodistsAn Hope ChurchA INSERTION ON THIS PAGE. COPY MUST HE IN OUR OFFICE NOT LATER

off the Keystoneroad THAN TUESDAY MORNING OF EACH WEEK Use Center"A
stance services each announcement from the week or revival services will

recently-completed has United Church Relief Center, New begin Sunday night at Hope Bap- number of business men of

,UI its building. The Rev. Windsor Md., states that: "A that Church in There sa featuring our city are concerned that more

block of Green Cove total of 180 pounds of relief clothing messages of timely Importanceeach of our young people In Starke

i II arrl'the pastor. The REA and 193 pounds of canned food I Oddy,night well-known by the Rev. W. F.. houlj be brought under the Influence -
gospel preacher.The
extended Its lines throughmmunity has been received from the Methodist i of the church and other
so that the week of revival was an- wholesome environment." the Rev. t
with Church of Starke, Fla. The nounced by the of
now equipped pastor the ,I Frank J, Dryaon supply pastor
la I I clothing, which consists of usable church the Rev. J, D. Squires. : of the First Presbyterian Church

Grlff9.! Arnold Grlttls clothes, shoes and bedding, has already Services each night from Sunday per For Mothers stated In making his church announcements -

Prevatt and been through Saturday, August 3, be. a this week
Arch sorted baled and
orlfm! gin at 8 o'clock Rev. Oddy, Is ,
Tohmas comprise the shipped for use In war-torn lands the pastor of the Palatka "The Ept copl\l-P r e a b yterlan
Heights
If t Deacons while Arnold The food will be sent within a few Baptist Church. The general public I who I being Center used on Church an extensively Street by Is not the
I
clerk and days to the Is to I worry
rves as church hungry people of Eu- urged attend the services I youth na It deserves, It 1 In. very

Lgte Green Is treasurer. rope and Asia The contributionfrom each night.Religious. I I beautiful and well-oqulpped with

the Starke Church Is one of I games, library reading matter

Lai In Progress the largest received from that Film abolttYOlll1gsters and other recreation facilities for

area recently." To Be Shown at i : __ the young. people" Dr. Brynou
few River continued "It Is hoped, that the I
The United Church Service __
Cen-
Methodist :
ChurchIn Kplacopnl and Pre s b yterlan
revival Is under way ter In New Windsor Md. \ churchitu will be
-:tee is one able to sponsor a

kev. River Baptist Churchek of the largest church relief: goods observance of the fourth __ youth organization under the auspice ,

basket and will dinner be climaxed on the depots In the United States. Not for phase Christ"of the Methodist "Crusade near*future of' the" two churches In the '

only are clothing campaign-"Steward-
I grounds Sunday. July 28. bedding canned Dr. .
Hrynon
ship"-the Rev.V.. J. Churchwell announces that his
I Woodrow Flynn of foods and money received here I
Rev morning
pastor of the First Methodist topic Sunday will be
I wonder-
,delivering some but also soap candles shoes, Church will "The Restoration of Wrecked
each speak Sunday mornIng -
I in-plrlng messages kitchen un tens lis. table v World". A lrlnl offering will
who fall to ware July 28, at 11 o'clock on the DAILY BIBLE PASSAGESFOR
and those dolls carpenter tools cotton feedbags be taken for the Restoration Fundat
ex- subject "Why Is the House of the FAMILY WORSHIP
::1\ are missing a great and a number of other Items Lord Being Neglected?" The this time. Everyone Is requeu I
needed abroad In warstrickenlands. DAY BOOK CMAfTM ed to come and contribute something
topic Is based upon the statementof
at
Ear .held
services were Goods sent there are usually Nehemiah 13:7, returning to Sus, Esther 6,7 to restore the devastated

lurch last Sunday by the packed and shipped within Jerusalem to find that the church Mon. Esther 5Tun churches and schools of Europeand

[the Rev Truby Parrish of 48 hours after their receipt. Over was being neglected. The choir Either ta: -19well. Asia It In a very urgent call.

e. 700 pairs of shoes are reconditioned will sing a special anthem. Either :20101Prev. For Sunday, August 4, the pastor
each week in the shoe repair Thur.. 1:1-: *.20.11: Is preparing a Young People's
The evening service at 8 o'clock
rise Message'Christian shop before s hip 1 m ent abroad. 2:122Provrt : Service to which all the young
will be featured by a motion pic- F4. 3.4
People are urged to send us. > men and women of the church together
Church any ture, "The Way of Salvation", In I 9r, Proverbt> I,6
with their
able articles mentioned above to friends, are cordially -
addition to a brief sermon by the
-
will this center. They can be assuredof Invited. Watch for further
I Rev. W, G. Smedley pastor. The church's new proJec-

|Starke to fill his regular prompt and safe distributionacross tion machine, recently acquired Police! officials the end child children this announcements.
larnt Chria- the seas. Recently over a will be used to present the film. country ovsr, own or we suggest simpU

at the First thousand letters have come from The Junior Choir will assist in the national officers of the F.B.I. tell us that program. Join immediately' the Church of Lawtey Baptist
..urch on Sunday July 28, grateful persons overseas, thank- service.
the message at bothg Ing Americans for their donationsof ]iu..nil.! delinquency continues to mount. your choice. Then offer your services as a The Rev J. L. Norris pastor
g
The Youth meets at
and evening services. clothing and bedding.The 6:45 for an Interesting Fellowship program. Th.y alto tell ui that over hell.of all men Sunday School Teacher. Experienced worker will of the Lawtey Baptist Church
Starke Methodist Church Is leave for his annual vacation
morning topic will be planning to send another shipmentof Prayer Service each Wednesdayat and women convicted of crimes range in are ready to help' you with your weekly' some time during the month ofAugust
} hour
and at the evening food and clothing the last of 8p.m. from IS to 25 leSion Th. soundest spiritual' Insurance and the Pulpit Committee
Ltor will a surprise Ige years.
bring You
this month and large boxes will are invited to attend all Is busy trying to secure a pastor
i- This will be of vital Info be provided at the church next services of this church. policy is founded on I religious home andyour to take over during Ms absence.

; each and every member Sunday for those who bring con- If be Mother who U and The Committee has promised the
to continuous
I church, and EVERY mem- you happen I permanent ttryift !D.I.ginnlng
tributions. Food and clothing 'Perseverance'TopicAt r congregation that an able speaker
I urged to be present at the contributed during the week may \ to worry about the> future of your some Church and Sunday School will be on hand, and there will be

g service. be left in the church vestibule or, St. Mark's SundayThe no Interruption In the services

in the entrance of the recreation: The ladles. of the Missionary
,'s Bible Class building. conduct Rev.the W. W. Williams will 'Th.' American Church and Sunday School are the Union enjoyed a spend-the-day
regular morning ser-
[Breakfast vice in St. Mark's Episcopal greatest c.af.rs of good In all the world" party Moore at at the Klngslay home Lake of Mrs.Tuesday W V.

ClkwroftheKethodlst Church on Sunday. July 28 at ._.. __ n. .___ __.
( JtenT Bible Lawtey 11 o'clock being the sixth Sun ..

Church enjoyed a day after Trinity.Mr. CHURCH DIRECTORY St.M ik'.
JTiat In the Woman's Clubg Baptist Church Williams will preach on ,

| last Sunday. At 9 o'clock "Christian Perseverance", taking __ ._._ n _. -- no __. Episcopal Church

ling breakfast, prepared Sunday School 10 A. M. his text from St. Paul's Epistleto ---
DEDAN BAPTIST CIIUKCII LAWTKY BAPTIST CHURCH KIIIMT! CHRISTIAN!' CIIUKCIIChrlntUn
and
hm" T H. Osborne Services 11 A. M., 8 P. M. the Galatlans 6:9-10.: j .. Church School>>1 10 A. M.
JGuy, was served to the fol- Drooker, Fla. llov. J. I Norris" Pastor & Cull Street -

I members: Bob Kite Enls Wednesday 8 p. m. Mrs. Williams, who has kindly Rev. C. A. Cronby Pastor .1. E. Wall. Jr., S. S. Mupt. Kev. W. O. Nnwdkty, Pastor Morning Prayer and

',&W, W, B. Sewell O. W. Mid-Week Prayer Service consented to serve In the absenceof Sunday School ....______ S P. M. Sunday School ____.___ 10 A. M. nililn School _________ 10 A. M. Sermon 11 A. M.

|, and Foster Shi Smith.an's Mrs. Lemuel Colson church Preaching ____________ 4 P. M. Morning Worship ____._ 11 A. M. Preaching, 2ml it 4th Sundays
organist will play for the service. _________ II -
Prayrr Mating each Thunwlay __ A.M.A8P.M.
I A Cordial Welcome Young People's Meet 7 P. M.
A cordial welcome always awaits 8SO P. M. Evening Service .____ 8 P. M. l-Week; Prayer Servlo Church open dally for prayer
CouncilLast _______.._ and mat. Service Center
Extended to All everyone who attends the services l-rajer Service, "'ed. -.HP. M. Wmlnrwlay M I M. oJM'lldally
t Week I I and shares In their benefits. PINE LEVEL: BAPTIST Wwnwn's Missionary Council for recreation.

Rev. W. E. Hall Paxtor FIRST PRKSIIVTKItl.VN.! : business mewling at church,

i Woman's Council of the Sunday School __...___ 10 A. M. 8TARKKKffv. lit and 3 rd Thursday _.81'. M.

[Christian Church held Its FIRST METHODIST CHURCHStarke Morning Worship ._____ II A. M. Frank J. Bryn. Supply -

i meeting Thursday of last Florida Song Service ._.___ 7 P. M. Pastor JlOTDItAINI'TI T CIIUKCIIS First Christian

|at 8 o'clock at the home of Evening!: Worship ._______ P. M. Sunday School -?____ 9:43: A. M. ( 1-2 miles southeast of Stark) Church

rlJUe Johns. "The Friendly Church" Teachers Mating, Bible Study Morning Worship ______ 11 A. M. Kfv. C. C'.

[teen members were present, Monday ______________ 8. P. M. Lsulle Auxiliary, 2nd 4th T_ Harris. FantorServices -
W. J. Churchwell Pastor every Sunday at follow
ring the social hour the Rev. Mill-Week Prayer Meeting

were served sandwiches, Wednesday -_______ 8 "'. M. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL: *! Sunday, July 28
Sunday School ________ 10 A. M.
and Iced Misses Church St. at Jackson. -
tea
by
Miss This Fine Religious Film- Morning Worship ___ II. A. M.
|>> and Don't METHODIST STABKE _____ 10 A. M. h
7 Johns and Evely FIRST Church School _
u 11 A. M. 'LOVE"SP.M.
B.T.I ________________ 7 p. M.
i Colson. "The Way of Salvation"To Walnut.: Jefferson Sta Morn. Prayer ft Sermon It A. M. Evening Worship ______ R ''. M.

I regular business session will Be Shown Sunday Night July 28 Rev W. J. Churchwell Pastor (Holy Communion lit Sunday) Prayer Service _'b Tuesday 8 .

flit at the church the first O'clock No Charge Church School _-____ 10 A. M. Litany & Intcrcewkm P. M. Surprise Message
8:00 M. ___ 71 SO P. M.
11 A. Friday
Y In August. Everyone Morning Worohlp u u -- Cottage Prayer Meeting nax-h. DON'T MISS ITt!
me. Youth Fellowship ______ 7 P. M. Holy l>rays> 10 A. M., Holy Com Thursday 8 P. M.

I livening: Wor-hlp ._____ 8 I*. M. munion.
(s prayer meeting was held Prayer & Praise San Ice Church open dally for prayer and

y night at the home of Wednesday __________ 8 P. 31.Woman's rest.Service.
Center dally for recreation GOSPEL TABERNACLE
.4 Mrs. Lester Kite. Society open

lt Tuesday ...... 3:30 I*. M. .
REVIVALSERVICES
---
In OP STOCKHOLDEHS'
slot:roars GO,<'PJL: TABERNACLE "Truth Presented To Youth"
VI let I I. hereby (Ivan that a "Truth to Youth"Theme STARKEMr.
Meeting
( or the stockholder*
> Florida Hank at'Starke will of Meeting ft M"L T.Qtda1e1. HpoAMtni
I'd on the loth day of August Morning( Worship ______ 11 A. M. Young People's Meeting"Every

l It' IO the 30 office o'clock of In bank the ForeIn In- .At TabernacleThe Bible School _______.. S P. M.

*'. rlorlda. The purpose of Evening!: Service. ____? 7i45 P. M. Saturday, 7:45 P. M.
meting. i t. to consider the Young People's Meetingsat Brotherhood
bUll, Evangellntlo
.r the of capital reducing Mock the of par the CHURCH THERESSAONE the Tabernacle are progressing Monday -______.,_ 7:&0 P. M. Good for Young and Old e

titers.Jon and to authorUe such HOPE BAPTIST nicely with a new leader each Bible Study. Ta_ ____ 7:43 P. M.
at that time mm may
by vute of week. The program Include Children's Bible Hour
xh'ed a legal JULY 28
l" WEEK BEGINNING SUN. hymn, chorus, solos, duet, etc.all Wednesday ._______ 8 P. M.
mpllance with the Laws of
a end Christ-centered: and educa Ladle Meeting
Prayer
T
the By-Laws of thin
f h"If notice 1* being mailed e'ce" CONDUCTED BY tional. Thursday __-______ 8 P. M. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHStarke

t pu ft'h".d.t: for hO four and week Is Mr*. Jennie Thornquett. who ha Evangelistic: Service' .

10 said m"tlnc. been very helpful In the Children' Friday ________ 7:45: P. M. Florida
:_," 1.. SWELL President. F'e Rev. W. Fe ODDY Wednesday afternoon meeting, Inspirational Youth Meet I J
Kev. Frank Pastor
Supply
Ilryson
,
|t.E EK' JR., Cashier.'a favored the Youth Group with an Saturday ___ _____ 7:45 P. M.

of Palatka Inspirational story Saturday nllht. I Cllmmunlon(1) first Sunday
Pastor
f OP : missed while morning
APPLICATION FOR She will be greatly
SERMON TOPIC FOR SUNDAY
T\X ..tED: Ir Heights Baptist pending a vacation with her
NN Bin! >e. 1H IJ:
"'Ur..8! HEIIEBY GIVEN. f"' # Church daughter In Jack>>onvl11e. SPONSORSOf 11 A. M. "The Restoration of A WreckedWorld"
I. Mae Knight the holder : "Truth Presented to Youth" will

I" ..rnaowing!.4 eeruflcatoo certificate for a has tax be the subject Saturday night. The Church Page ,

.. .' 000 d tbereon. The cerumhers -. Mis Alma Jean Matheny will be MUSIC HY Tim CHOIR
h description and years' ot I. I the leader and an Inspiring program Tip Top Super :Market
of the
; prop. \
J are 0 names In which It wan : A Good Gospel U anticipated. Everyone!I Alvarez Store
I,,' all follows: *_ I' welcome. ''
. *o. at Year of b. Hollywood Camera
? or. The older folk are 'Invited to I PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH
Duos ,t & Gift; Shop
.
Property LoU II, 5
!
:k their Bibles' also Saturday
"f Ii ;' W of Preacher I bring II. C. Wall Agency I ICarpent.r't
*. 5nsfR.La2't'il night to tent their I. Q. Rev. W. E. Hall, (Pastor!
fat which assessed: W. H. Miss Wallace returned to her
'' ',, r I Bottling Co.Leila' .
Coca-Cola /
x i
r .? property being In the I duties as secretary Tuesday
Bradford, State of Tlori. I *

:-: Chb ertlrl.ate or cerU- Public Invited Cemetery WorkingThere Koch Drug Store
the' Pastor
\, .. redeemed according i Tyus Dry Goods I You Are Invited to Hear
property described In
.-'t''bat.. or certificates will will be a cemetery workIng I Driven( Furniture Co. I In a Series of Sermons on the Subject
highest I
bidder at the Church
'. err -r- at Dedan Baptist on Bobbins'

. "hr>door nth on of the August first Mon-Dee Service Begins 8 O'clock Each Night Wednesday, Aug. 7. All Interested. Hart Furniture Co. I "WHAT WE IIEMEVB AS TAUGHT HY
5th daof Augustro are urged to attendE.
persons Bank at Starke "
-' D. Squire, Pastor) church Brooke. Florida THE mnr."
: .!d day of JulY. U4'I.' (Rev. J. E. Stoke, clerk I Mike :Maruca l
A4 a!
.AL>)> A. J. Thoma* F1a.r .
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ii .

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STABKK FLORIDA FRIDAY. aCLy,
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\D'I 11'6: of .5I'I'II4'tIDYF'It i August ID. 1946 In the above named August 19, 1948 In the above named !, ________ ...__ -, _J_ __JFT T!
I 'r1\ I,..;..:, I:Court and cause wherein plaintiff i 'r>urt and Cause, wherein' plaintiff _
ll..n.ie 11111 \o.Nl.>;| ., reeks divorce. Bradford County Mi-fkK illvureo. Bradford. ('auntyTelegraph
UeINDICTMENT .VOTK'I-J 1M IIKHEHV UIVI:S. IhatI 1 Telegraph shall publish thin Order shall publish thin OrderIn
W.C.T .1.I I' Hester. the holder or the following 'in next four weekly lemiea.WltneHn next four weekly IKHUOIWltneim '
.I rertlrk'Htex huff filed split my hand and official my hand and official
>Ttlfli'atfH, for ii tax deed to he ln"iif'tl seal. ut Hlarkw, Flinlda.. this. July seal at "Htarke, Florida. this July -
OF A I' thtrvon The ctfrtlflcuti1 num- 16. 11)4)1OFFICIAL. 17 19t8. ,
I b.M' and ytHrx of Issuance, thn derlptlon l ( H 'A 1.1) A..J. Thomas. (OFFICIAL SISAL) A. J ThomoiiAH n
NATION
,' .
nt this AH. Clerk or xalil .url.
the 1' rierk at said CmittT.
There IH nomrthinic rudlrullywrong tiiiniH In whlchit I was I.n:1: are '1'. Frank Landruni, ,, Starke. Fla. Frank rnndrum. !St.u: kiFla.. .
with who tillspe..l ILK follow: Atty. for "'''f. 7-lK 4t 8-9 Atty. for Plf. 7-ln 4t 8-9
a people .'..rllf""Irate No. 9 Year nf IxMi'inr -
more for poinun than *. 1941. I* rmri-iT roi'itr nnAnpnnn. IN rillCI'IT C'OfllT.fOlNTV. illlAnl"OIiO
for all cultural, rrllCiouA U,,rlpilon of Property Lot 2 ('ol"' 'r". F1.01t11)A/:% CMAWCKHV. : FLOItlUtl IM tllANCKIlY. : -
they pay uf ink 12 Ward I'lry, HmX, Two -
and charitable work. r B. it. 20 w.Nfini :NlckeieMorisca. plaintiff vsLoulseMorisen Paul Jose Lf>.."..lk. Plaintiff VH
** In which aitHPHH...tl1' Mrn.T : Defendant Cane Nn. 41)4.1.OHDBR :Margaret Onus Harris 'Leuhalk, Du-
Ward'" t st. OF I''RLICATION'ANI' fendant. Cane No. 41.1J.
There arc 860.04)0 IIcpn"Pd All of mild, property being In thr'ounty .. NOTICE TO APPEAR
ORDER PUBLICATION
......... diigwnsers In the I'nlteilState ... of Urudford, Hints of }'I..rId. : STATE. whose OF FLORIDA reHldence to:and LoulneMorltro udilreHM .- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 1

_Kaluonn. liquor stores, lnlexx such. crMflcalo or nitlflrut IH.: 201 Troy Avenue and Park STATE Harris OF FI< .HUII.\ to whose: Margaret ad-' I
I lima Lechalk
shall li redeemed anordliiNTto I'lni-e Prooklyn. New York.
rood houiM, drugstores "N "
taverns dream In unknown.
I I law. the property deNrrlhccI 1 In You are required to appear on
and groceries uhlrh Hell such r.cerllf...'" or Certificates will August Id 1048 In the above named You are required to appear on
"_r. They sill! .$7,0 0.OO.OIOworth bit Hold to the hlnhrBt hl I t'..url house door on the rh'aL )Mon seeks divorce. Bradford County above named Court and cause,
of thj* .pwlwm a year. ifiiv In the month of "'II'1Ih..r.i Telegraph shall puhllnh thin OrderIn wherein plaintiff seeks diverse.Bradford .
TMx In Heven. ,.billion (not mil- 'I94fl, which. IK the 2nd, day. of Hrp- next four weekly 'InnueH.Wltnemi County Telegraph shall.
tomb*r, 1HA! my hand and efflrlal seal publish thin Order In next four
Ban) dollar. hated this 29r day. of July I94AOKKIIMAI at Hlnrke Florida this July 17. weekly issues.Wltnesemy a
About one half Of the people, ( 8KAI.) A. J. ThumHM.fli'ik 1148 hand and official ...all
of Ctrrtilt Court of Bradford (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas at Starke, Florida this July
eI thin country spend thin ,, County. Florida., 7.20( 4l' 8-U Ad Clerk of said Court. 1948.
__ and the liquor dealers. T. Frank. Landrum titarke, Fla. (OFFICIAL SEAL> A. J.
coy IN CIIII-I'IT (' >l'HT. IIII\I>KOHI> Atty. for Plf. 7-U 4t 8.9 Aa Clerk of Maid _Court. 17'j
are wing every effort to Induce ('OI'NTV.\ KI.OIIIUll l\ (11.\\- John J. Hendertion, KB I.. St. Augu.IIn"
the other hall to 11f'nct l IKIIV.lloMM: is rincfiT co"'r. DR"DFORO Florida. -
F'rederlrke. Pin 1 I ntlfr VsKreumnn f'01.MTV. FLOItlDtl IV CMA*. Atty. for Plf. T-19 4t 8-9
their money aluo J. KrHderlckn, ItcfHtiditnt.CUMB (KII: r.
'1/... 4!I5H.OKDRIt Ruby Lee Long Plaintiff. VI. J. W.
Practically the name amount DP Pt'nLlCATlOVANIJ Limit, Ix-fondant. Cane No. 41(12.onDEtt .
-Mtven billion dollars U spent, I NOTICE TO API'KAIl 1 OF PUBLICATION Improve Your Cor's App.arane
8VATB" Of KIXr.llA to: Freeman AND NOTICE TO APPEAR .
fvr all public and privateucheols J. KredMrlckn.hoMn. raMldin. and STATE OF FLORIDA to: J. W,
; unlvernltli-H; deaf address IH. Seneca "Mouth r'urnllnii. I Long. whose residence, IH Box &5, HavingA
dumb, and blind m-linoN; Insane, You are required to appear on'I Milan Ueoritla. I
August 2ft, 1II4M! III the above named You nre required to appear on
Hjrlunm: ,librarleN. church Itttl Court and came, wherein plnlntlffxefkii August 28, 1946. In the above named Wedding Soon? WHITES .
Cram; polio and all other', divorce Hr.'or.lontv. I I Court and. cause wherein plaintiff I
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn H"..k* divorce. Kradforcl County
health .services; old age 1&8111"t-j next four weekly IHHIIMH.VltnenH Telegraph shall publish thin Order WALL I
sere unemployment \ my hand and official In next four weekly |.HHUN.Wltnenii .
I
neal at "Hlarkn. Florida, thin, July
my hand and official Heal Imported
i ....; and care o( veteran* of 24. 1940. at !Hturke: Florida, thin July 25, 7.95 WDlowCLOTHES
*. our war (OFFICIAL SEAM A. J. Thomas f14!.
I An Clerk of tall. Court. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Have the Pictures let N fou
What an Indictment of a noHM ,.
Itt Frank Iii: nrjrum Htarke, Florida A* Clerk of said Court. '
for I'lf. 7-28 4t 1-I6 Zach ,
II. Douglas Galneovllle Fla.
.. to Install, BO toon n.uJre4. -
Atty. for Plf. 7-28 4t 8-U Made by y
Then wen billion dollars. IV: CIIIC"'I'r .( ..' HT.COI.MTY. ...1 ",FOil U They're nut-natstoat, BASKET
.
*ra klphonvd annually out of ..(1111)1 II ('ii 'Y. IV f'lIu"'I'r 'fOI-lir, DI'AnFORn 1
{ I'K.IIV. T. H. 'W111. keep th.U .plUk11DC
('o'IN'r", FLOItlUAl: CIIAV.C' : Osborne
tin caiihregUteM of legitimate .
John If. Ferguson Plnlntlff. VH.Juanlta ICIIV.Antonio. white oanty.. -
tr.ihiniii to fill the pocket of F. Fletcher Fericunoii Uufendant. Vlllanueva. Plaintiff vs.Knrarnaclon .IUIUIIIIFlPP.Savo
Case No. 4939. Nunox Vlllanueva Defendant. VRITE BOX 423
rarer* and dUtlllorn .
OUDKIl UK PltHLICATKIV .
Cane No. 442. .
HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE ANI NOTU'K TO APPKAIl" ORDER' OF PUBLICATIONANH OR CALL, AT .
I STATE: OF FIXiniDA to: JuunltaF. NOTICE TO APPEAR
THE AMERICAN PUBLIC TO AlUl 'CCLY
Trouble # 3
Fletcher Ferguson, whoa resldsnre STATES OF FLORIDA to: Kncar- IIOOVEH. BROS. STUDIO
i lUCK TUB HANDWRITING ON and address. IN- 2 WllmmI flute'Ion Nunei Vlllanueva hose

I, TUB WALLY: 1 T i I Htreet. Ireenvllle 38, South Carolina. residence P'mtehedra. and, (Carrll address Spain. In: Emana Rely On The Sensational

I You are required. to appear on You are required to appear on

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