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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 16, 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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fJS BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 'I




WAR BONDS

Official County Publication Established In 1877

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rI'XTY-EIOUT_ STAKKB, FLORIDA -
KltllUY. AfUl'ST 16. 1948 NUMI1KK FORTY-T111tF.E

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ounces Fire Extinguished In Theatre State Department I Can't 3-Phase Be Motors InstalledAt I I Gen. Wainwright To Attend


Before Harm Done Present TimeThe
Council
Cracks Down
;
ity
Patrons In the
Park Theatre
City Bond Trustees at their Vet
were unaware that a small blazeIn Homecoming Event Here
regular meeting here Tuesdaynight
One Tuesday the Janitor's closet under the On Local 'Leggers advised residents of Starketo

stairway to the ladles lounge nec- avoid the purchase of 3-phase I


flRedl) Montelth yesterday for City essitated Fire Department the presence at 11:10 of: the o'clock City A weekend roundup of Bradford motors This action until further was made notice.necessary, I Rites ThursdayFor Legion Postpones Date to Sept. 28

j his candidacy Monday night. bootleggers by a State Beverage
in the election to be by the city's Inability to purchasetransformers So "Hero of Bataan" Can
iin Department-County Sheriff's Office
T. R. McIntosh, an employeeof I and meters for 3-
.Jay Sept. 10. team bagged six moonshinersand Be PresentMembt"I'1'1
the theatre, discovered the phase motors due to the present Truman Dyal
onteitn Is a *ontnlawfte blaze, Immediately notified the netted Bradford's treasury Hhortage.
M. Alvarez and has $700 In bonds .
J and fines.All
associated fire department and with great Persons purchasing new electric I of the Jonea-LanKford-White American Legion

several years presence of mind proceeded to extinguish persons arrested immediately motors are advised to buy the Truman D. Dynl, :5T. well-known Post still
are pinching themselves to if awake
I store in Starke. see they're ,
Alvarez the blaze with plead guilty and paid finesor standard 110 or 220 volt Bradford, I
Dancing his decision toIe a hand 'I single County farmer and for I but the fact remains that they have two telegrams from
bond.
None
fire ported were ,
extinguisher without alarm- guestsIn phase equipment.
Mr Monteith stated: Ing the patrons before the firemen the local Bastille mer member of the Board of I I General Johnathnn M. Wainwright, hero of liataan, stating

nslsUnee! of many voters arrived. As explained to the Telegraph's I Rotarians Hear County Commissioners, died Tuesday I that he will accept their invitation to be an honor guest at

ib have decided to of- at 12:11: in the Bradford
1 a. m. Alachua Coinity'H homecoming Veterans' celebration in
Damage was negligible, and the reporter, agents of the State Beverage -I Sep
{candidate for the office blaze Is believed to have resulted Department without reveal- Educator Discuss County Hospital. Gainesville, afteran I tember.

rouncilman. In seeking from a cigarette tossed carelessly ing their official capacity, enter "First Things First" Illness of several months.A I Acting on the theory that "you never know until you

ie I realize that thereBy Into the paper and cleaning materials the places of business of suspected lifelong resident of Hrail- try", the local Legion post wired Gc.'t1eratVainwrlght, now

improvement needed stored In the closet. There bootleggers and attempt to purchase Melvin A. Brannon, distinguished ford County Mr. Dyal was bornat 'commanding officer at Fort Sam Houston Texas, inviting

| my desire to serve In a was no danger to whiskey. If successful, a Graham, the son of the late him to attend the
patrons as the educator and administrator i \ celebration here, originally! scheduled for
Starke all Oscar :
will and
khlch give Murlah Murrhee _
Dyal.
building Is search warrant Is obtained and
virtually fireproof and I now living In retirement in '
Labor!
\ possible for, us to have He was a prosperous farmer and Day Sept 2.
contains the premises are examined. If Gainesville
many emergency exits. was guest speaker at
we have avail I served on the Board of In his wired reply General
money I County
whiskey Is found and It usuallyis 1 the Rotary Club Wednesday, Limited TB Clinic t
mprovements of streets Commissioners for Wainwright stated
two terms. that it
New V. A. a warrant Is issued chargingthe bringing a thought-provoking
and sanitary conditions I Manager bootlegger on two counts with message on "First Things First". Survivors Include his widow would bo possible for him to

:.ve my preferred atten- Is Visitor Here illegal sale and possession of Answering Ills own question! Mrs. Neta howling Dyal; two .Set For attend tho celebration if it

Id I be selected to serve whiskey. The sheriff's office then "Why must mankind have war?", daughters Mrs Joe Kllerbee, ThursdayHours could bo set for Saturday,

I1 I will strive to carry out Charles McCarthy, manager of serves the warrant and makes the the speaker replied that the basic Panama City: Mrs. Roy McDavlil Sept 28. Local Legionnaires

L of the office in such a the Jacksonville regional office of Starke: three sons, Leo, ,
Lloyd lost
I arrest. I reason Is that we do not understand for the Tuberculosis X- no time in postponing the
|as will meet with your the Veterans' Administration, with I and Maurice Dyal, all of Brooker;
another. This lack of
The persons arrested are next one ray Clinic to bu conducted by the event and wired General
jurisdiction over 37 North Florida six sisters, Mrs. A. W. Brllt,
brought before County Judge E. understanding was attributed toa State Bureau of Tuberculosis in Wainwright to this effect
lOran Won't Run counties was a visitor to Starke I Ocala; Mrs. G. D. Strickland, I IAugu.t ,
I flaw In educational the health unit here
K. Perryman, who nets the amountof our system on Thursday' asking for confirmation
[Duncan, Incumbent mem- Tuesday accompanied by Mrs. MCCarthy ball for those pleading Inno- and In this field Mr Brannen Is Plant City; Mrs. Dock Milliard, 22, will bo as follows: of the data. of

e City Council, and one and Ovid Lewis, Bradford cent and fines those pleading well qualified to speak having Pompano; Mrs J. O. Milliard, from 8:30: a. in. to 12 noon, said I In reply to this second
I councilmen whose termext veteran now' Trilby; Mrs Bert Stokes, wire
County employed as been president of Beloit College from 1:00 m, to 4:00: m.
guilty. In almost every instance, I p. p. N. 1>. Wainwright Jr.. chairmanof
m o n th, announcedthat deputy supply officer In the Jack Brooker; and Mrs W. T. Wand. ,
the of Idaho during
It was stated, those posting bon''t.lsforfeit and University This clinic will not be a "maall"examination the program committee
brothers for the
I Waldo and three .. T.
I.
he will not be a sonville office I ; ,
the ball by failing to appear his 40 years In education, ami x-rays will bo event, Monday received the foU
of Gainesville
Irvin, of Graham
for re-election. C. A. Mr. and Mrs. would ; ;
McCarthy I for trial on the date set, I teaching, research, and admini- and Lee (limited to approximately 100( casesIncluding lowing message from the General:
Dyal. Ocala.
land E. W. Hayes, theo like to establish residence on one stration.
and the money reverts to county those with chest symptoms "As per your request I desire to
whose terms expire, of the lakes Starke Funeral services were held
near and were I Borrowing from the philosophy
funds. those who are known to be confirm my previous wire relativeto .
ounced their candidacy. looking over various locations I of Confucius, the speaker quoted: Thursday afternoon at 3:30: o'
Those arrested since August 1 arrested cases, those who are my attending Veteran Celebration
line Next Tuesday Tuesday.The charges of this I "To make your virtues shine, It Is clock In the Graham Uaptlst known contacts and re-examlni, Sept 2S."-Wainwright
lay, Aug. 20, is the dead- regional stated on bootlegging! II states Church and interment was In
manager to
Include two white women, necessary govern your tlon of known active canes not In N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Bradford
[qualifying candidates in that he would be glad to Interview type well. In order to govern your Santa Fe Cemetery under the direction sanitariums. County legislator
and Insurance
and two
two white men negroes.
I Election to be held Sept. any Bradford veterans at his I states well, It Is to of DeWitt C. Jones. He
One pleaded guilty and was fined necessary Dr: A. Y. Covington, director, agent, I III a distant cousin: of the
free places on the City office In the George WashingtonAnnex establish harmony In the family. was a member of the Church of
General and last
five of health winter
$100, while the remaining the county department, extendedan
'dl! be filled at that time. and advised all veterans to In order to have harmony In the Jesus Christ, Latter Day Saint. Invitation to
bonds individual who have General Wainwright
that
Innocent and posted requests -
kstnt City Council willt register with the local service officer pleaded family you must discipline your Active pall bearers were: L to visit
for this Starke while
totalling $600 which are expectedto not mad appointments on
Tuesday night to make for benefits under the O. I.,1 self In order to discipline your- Wiggins, II. H Howard L. A. hi* Florida vacation.
bo forfeited. clinic do *o by Wednesday, August Circumstances
cket. Bill. self you must have your mind in Brown, R. B. Hazen, Carl Johns, i would not
Two Lawtey negroes, husbandand and Pate Rons.Accident. 31. I permit the
In
. order. To mind
place
your visit at that time, however
wife, apparently became suspicious -
sheriff order you must have sincerity of I Starke BaIt Club Originally planned M a "big"
when a deputy
for
Yr residence with a purpose. In order for your purpose ; Fatal \ event for Labor .D..,.: the Horn
; appeared; .Ile to be sincere, must ex
you Loses-to
JWaldo coming Celebration :wlll
Diilr arrest; it. was To Father assumeLttklrAlndtdrCglllle
I warrant for tend your knowledge to the ut .. .. '

"et found that, the pair had hastily and most. Of Randall'Brown Th reoently-ofganUvd Stark: prospect* 'of General ,Wainwright with the

__ decamped to placed unknown Therefore, everything stems I'W. baseball club lout Its first game .., an honor' guost. 8. O. Denmark

the fugitives from Justice are still from knowledge, and If we know A. 'Brown 89, of Venice, : to WaMo, Thursday of last week, commander of the local
|sell Seems like the and sporting a baldy haircut ,
I
i at large. one another we will understand) Fla., father of W. Randall Brawn by a score of 912. Legion
I II post, state that
|, what with Starke once Howell and Elizabeth Nasworthy to be a moral In unprecedented -
k ( the i I There seems one another and going I back of Starke, was Instantly killed I In spite of 1? hits to Waldo' crowds are expected not
'sating and boosting a enjoying the spaciousness of for local bootleggers:
this story : of last week when the
of and Thursday
the chain cause
through 12 of from
only Bradford
a bumper crop error spoiled but aim
Bar surrounding -
osHo-gosh baseball team newly enlarged Tip Top friends.Scout
Sell whiskey only to your automobile In which he riding
I was
I effect, we will govern our states Starke' chances for victory. counties.
: "It I Is
i largely to the efforts of ber S. E. Sparks taking time out I I goingto
I turned over seven miles east of
well to the end that wars mightbe i Manager/ N. Carson Geiger believes take a lot more money than wn
dent sportsfan, Larry to work cross word puzzles now
i eliminated the speaker con- Live Oak. that little first he
i a more practicewill planned stated, "but Iam
i
Although they lost that the Blanding rush days are Jamboree
t I cluded.J. Randall Brown was driving, and
I smooth (nut the kink sure that all civic groups, governing
r-t Frank Landrum fully '
to Waldo the I
game over
C. Hoover president of the and It Is stated that the accident make the local<< nine a formidable boards, and Individual.

I n't discouraged a bit, and recuperated from his recent. attack club, announced that the new occurred when a pin came out of force to reckon with. lie I Is particularly ;l will be glad to contribute liberally -

the fans a better run for of ptomaln poisoning Monday At LakeMore District Governor Al Geiger of the steering mechanism, throwingthe enthusiastic over the nice and. cooperate wholeheartedlyIn
S. C. Denmark and I
fney as soon as they'vee Legionnaires St. Petersburg will make his official car out of control and caus- ball being played by the Godwin view of the great honor of

to practice 'up a bit Albert Lee Crosby bemoaning the Cub visit. to the Starke club ing It to hit a telephone pole and brothers, Carl and Jim.Htarke' having General Wainwright come
Wy their order of 500 than 100 Boy Scouts,
Bishop says he'll be fact that "
driver
next Wednesday overturn. The sustained to Starke.
I Labor Day I Scout officials, parents lineup for its first
up soon so he can stoop bumper cards for the Scouts, minor cuts and bruises.
I delivered and now friends from throughout the only game was: I.. F. Dlnkln 2b, Rich Buslnnss headquarter for the
keep go many hits from celebration was I and
Whisker Contest The two men were returning 3b Carson If celebration have been
Chin ard Ray Geiger establishedIn
to District are expectedto
through his legs W. the date has been changed New River Live Oak
I from a business trip to
PI, Steve Weldon, Candy Sept. '28 Mack Futch fresh attend the Summer Jamboreeto Starts August 19 George Koala cf, Garland Godwinc the of lice of N. D. Wainwright

luid Arch Thomas werehe out of the Navy and hurryln' over be held at the Kingsley Lake Buddy Bishop' Ib, Keen p, Jim Jr., over Robbins' store on E,

| local fans ,journeying to Gainesville trying to locate a home of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nas- Harley F Strong, Starke' Jovial Dicandio to ReopenIn Godwin rf. Charles Mooney .*. Call street, phone 154.

|o for the opening event, room before the fall session at worthy next Monday August 19. jeweler Is doing his bit to shake New BuildingLeon Substitution were: Comer Ferryman .

" old reliable of the dla- the university opens up Activities will get under way Call Street out of its usual late. for Dlnkln In the 6th, D USO

Bill Epperson wa func- about 2 p. m. with a program bf summer doldrums. With the suddenness Dicandio war time opera- S. Cook for Kent In the 9th. Ken- SurplusTo

|8J scorekeeper Here's Glad to see Ed and Bernice Scout advancement, swimming, of an atomic bomb drop, tor of the fruit and vegetable Is pitching In the 8th, J. Godwin

1 events will this week announcedthe stand at the corner of Cherry and pitching In the 8th.
forward to the Starke Dahmer and son, Frank back and games. The day's Mr. Strong Be Auctioned

f but on the local field from their month's vacation in feature the regular monthly Boardof sponsorship of a "Chin Whisker Call street, this week placed
II Review and business meeting, Contest" with the winner to finishing touches on his new store Recent Births

II' the Great Lakes area JUdg.1 will receive handsome wrist watch. building located in Call between
life Edwin St. John out and a fish barbecue supper a Rug, pillows, blanket, rug
from their Itinerary, of the late aft the for prospective Church and Cherry street, and MICIIAEL IKJUOLA.H COIXON:
P'tal.' if only for a few ing I'be the highlight Betting pace bases and army cot will be sold
Returned Tuesday to if they enjoyed a full round of ernoon. contestants Mr. Strong has already h* will open a fruit and vegetable: Mr and Mr*. 1. B. Godson of to the highest bidder by the local

trans' Hospital In Laket visiting, starting out in Chicago, 'I Indications are that large groupsof blossomed forth In a russet market there In the near future. Lake City announce the birth of School Board next Friday at the

hope to be discharged and then crossing by boat to Scouts, officials, and parentswill goatee that makes him look more The cement block building was I a son, Michael Douglas, on July USO building recently purchasedby

J Never inclined to over- Milwaukee, thence to Cadillac be present from Starke Lake like a scientist l than a watch. originally constructed by R. 0. : 24. Before her marriage Mr. Col- the Board and located .t the

I Edwin is now literally Mich. where they spent much oftheir Butler, Raiford Worthington maker. "If Bernard Shaw can Nunnery, who leased the lot from I son was MI.. Pearl Manning of Temple & Washington Street in

l dow of his former, self", ,time with Bernlce's mother, Springs, and other communitiesIn wear chin whisker why can't I T" Dicandio, for use a* an auto parts I Iatore. Starke. tersection.

Iscales at 109 "(quite a 'MWEva Allen ... Also stopped the New River District he asks defiantly. Mr. Nunnery did not use WILLIAM PISTON JORDAN These Item, which are not needed .

from his normal ISO) I! briefly'with relatives In-'Detroit Fred Guy, chairman of the local Any male member of the species the building because, the closing Friend of Mr. and Mr. Eton by the school were Included

derstand he who Is old enough to sprout aI of Blandlng reduced the demand of" with the, School D ,Cpurcha.e,
had quit a Flint and Grand Rapids Committee, and Scoutmaster I Jordan Shreveport; La., ,but
Troop
I 0, respectable beard Is eligible to, for auto part. aad the building of UIO !
resulting Mr. will be Interested : property earlythl* .r.
from a rup- report that the temperature E. T. Shull are assisting formerly of Btarke, y
'' They All he has to
'een after he and brother dropped to 33 in Cadillac one day Nasworthy In arrangements for enter the contest. reverted to Mr. Dicandio. to learn of the birth of The good which are for sale may

'rBed, over in the latter'' Imagine that. In August! the event.Council. do is come (with a clean shaven : a lOa to them on August 2. Thechlld's be Inspected and sealed bid placed -
at Fernandina I face to Mr Strong's store and Drivers Licenses on them from 10 o'clock a. m-
Beach a Ed bemoans the fact that I I name I Is William Eaton
during the week of August
r 10 register Jordan will be remembered until noon on the ale day, August -
ago And It merchandisefor Mrs.
? so he found very little I Meet : Go Sale Soon
hat to 1924. From then on It will on I 23.Two .
Callstreeter continue his Call Street shop; and no II I. a* the former Mil Grace Kennedy
I be a matter of nature taking Its
to accidents Bettef the near As EqualizersThe of Stark
prospect for much In who raise the : DrIvers' license for the new ,
to see can
course
our P's and Q'a an' U.Qllu are still In I October 1 will FFA Member
.
Thing beginning goon
year
future of .
City Council will sit M aboard most satisfactory cover crop I Mr. and Mr. Robert C. Taylor
pretty much of a mess In with that: of tax equal I a er a In a whisker before the deadline, : sale September 1 In the courthouse Stark, girl, Aug 12. Mr. Taylor Get Forestry AwardsTwo

part of the country, what meeting Friday night Sep- Sept. 28.Contest. I office of County Jude E. I III the former Mia Odessa

0t4b '-we eekr That gor- labor troubles, etc.. h reports special Ute City Hall to hear Judge will be Mayor K. Ferryman, Ute Judge announced McRae. Stark farm youth. Doyle
8 at
" tember I ICh.
diamond that Barbara Sheriff A. O. yeterday. He added that Conner and Doyle Crew, received
and consider complaints from persons .... A. Darby. Mr. and Mr*. P. A. Rhodon.Lawtey. ,
warlng! on third present. license expire October 1. Forester Certificate last week
finger Col. D. E.
the value of Andreu, and Knigbt.
who believe girt (Sandra Kayo), Aug.
'TIs the largest Lt. Col. TelfaUr Long leaves to- or Intangible There Is no change In the coiling signifying their successful com'
real personal 11.
tVe een'In recent day for Camp Stoneman Calif., their on Baker price of driver license for pl.tIof the Forestry Trailing
to be orer-ansessed Biggs & Mrs. L. Harris Max-
Mr. H. .
property and
and the lucky donor .Is and thence to his new assignment 1940-47. It for private and 12 Camp course conducted at Camp
iItr than Bobby Biggs the city's tAX books.PersonS Location vlll, !girt (Edith: Glenn)t. Aug. 8. O'Lno from 21 to 3.
Bobby Barksdale In Manila Hear to complain In New for cbaffeur license, and no July August;
"u U wishing I Mr. and Mr. J. H. Stewart,
didn't already, know) has pledged Sigma Chi at the evaluations do not 'I chang In the procedure for obtaining The camp was financed by
tax
oe Andrews that Lila concerning bicycl' driver Starke, girl, Aug. 8. Florida'. six mill to stress
writes from of F. Clad to know before the Councilin them. To date 4,240( pulp
nesting the home folk Ra Caldwell and Merry Beth have to appear send aa agent *' license for the current year Mr. and Mr. Donald Bagwell, the Importance of applying' correct -

bit l clvuian clothes Knight arranged It and will be person but may nounced that Its llua......* will have been sold In Bradford Starke. boy (Donald Barrie), Aug. forestry principles. The certificates -

Bich J cleverly deduce that roommates at Tally Dot to represent them. move from Its present location at County. I II 9. were mailed to the Bradford

r lOOn Will be. out of the Powell Is taking a week vacation 213 east Call street to 12ft west I Mr. and Mrs. R. If. Bryan youth from the State Forestry

but remain for a from her School Board poslt Dave Crawford Wins"Grunting" Call street today. The new location C. of C. Meeting Stark, girl (Sandra Ann), Aug. office In Tallahassee.

1' PpoWill Guess b it at Klngsley.Gary ContestDave Is the bonding adjoining the 0.
spending
and '
that after Depending all .w. and Neva Ennis are vacationing Starke Hotel on the right formerly Called for TonightA Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Child res*, Blumer at Palatka

learning' to speak Jap- in Maine with Neva'a Crawford of Starke has occupied by the Whit HUUM Starke, boy (Melvin Douglas),

.1 would be a shame to Cues that makes it been Judged winner of the T.legraph' Cafe. special meeting of the Starke Aug. 4. G. C. (Pop) Blumer, well-known

1IIt right away and waste parents unanimous Everyone recent fish worm "l'fUnt.Ing" BI(,. and Baker a partnership, Chamber of Commerce will beI Mr. and Mr. 8. D. Duncan, Starke restaurant man I* nowmatl'alflnj

effort practically to have vacated but contest and has been mailed between Leslie Biggs V A B. I held In the courthouse tonight Starke, girl (Sandra Fay), Aug. ( the food department of

seem. 'Wonder If I could' get check for $5. Baker began buUM i east ( Friday for the purpose of adopt- 2. 1 the Shady Rest popular roadside

&4'- me week at CoolerPond a Interesting letters were Call street location last Mr la. a constitution and by-law eating place near Palapca." Pop
: I
cyrryin'Jotted: Marjorie reservations for a I Many In reply to our request Baker, who massages tow shop. ..... J. Thomas president, urged I' L. F. Smith: Sr., and sons. Billy say that h* will be glad to have

rler| around getting ? 1 received concerning wormgrunting" stated that the change was mad I that the full membership be pren- and Tommy returned Saturday his old friends drop In at Shady

.T"16' Center for the big dance 80 lone See: you In the : for information and some of these will because the new ,location* Is more 1 ent to act on thl*,pp6>Qf a l mt1l.r. t(rum PehtyIrtd,jv ".,,14el ,Move, I Rest wh.nyr tha..' ..ara,'lit, that

'eyes making tonight one of.his. next. -.Caroly4 I I'be pGWl/t1Mld at aa-sarly oat. .!oealraM.. I tHleA'' visitJngwi i efp1aL '!'s.. vki"lty.EPiHEA1 .

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BRADFORD COUNTY" TELKGUAPH. STARKE. WX>Rn>A FRIDAY, '
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TWO I
--- ------------------ Mrs. Mary spent Saturday in Jacksonville. of
-- I Mrs. Clark's mother, Raiford were
return of her E A. Sapp and C. E.: Andrewswere Mrs.D. vislU
the C. M

t THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ONE) WCMAN'S" OIPINICN, son seas Brown, Lacy tour honoring of Brown duty,with from the an armed over- Gainesville business livestock visitors market to Fri-the noon.Morris Carter NettJ-of SUn t ,

1811
DitabUiilHXl day. *
visiting Mr. *
forces. and
L: L. Matthews ____"__ Editor and Own By Billee Ross Mrs. Laura Jackson of Jackson"ville M. I* Johns,Charlie and Cowen and family Sunde'1 Mrs.
spent Saturday and Sunday Johns and M. L. Johns, Jr., were Mr. and Mrs
Pshnshed. Weekly on Friday and Entered M Second CUM Matter A year ago Wednesday Call Street was a teem- here with her mother, Mrs. Mag- business visitors to Jacksonville are enjoying a W. B.
shoutIng
-
Btarke Florida. ing mass of humanity, some laughing some Monday. napolls, N \'acauOQ>
at
at the io t Office .., gie Norman. c Their
( and talking. People drove along:, honking their Norman and *
Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. F. Wiggins and R. R. An- John have "
TIME TO PUT ON THE BRAKES car horns and throwing confetti. Others were were attending business matters drews spent Friday in Lake City. be with their grandmM'"U"'II retul'I1e4
shaking hands with everyone It made no difference in Gainesville Saturday.Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moody and
(Christian Science Monitor) who It was. Friend greeted friend, Ernest Knowles filled his children. Margie and Melton, and
was happy. appointment Sunday Bobby and Johnnie Francis Crews ,
stranger greeted stranger; everyone regular I
Must Americans through it again? Is is neces- and the church 3TC
go People were jubilant and filled with joy, and morning and night spent Sunday afternoon at Kings-
? It is bad enough to have another postwar wave attendance.
sary BO. The horror of war was over, the enjoyed a large ley Lake. Are
rightfully
of crime and delinquency to deal with, but must therebe Tepi rr Friends of Mrs. Paul Faulkner'' Mr and Mrs. Romie Johns of edema you tormenter With III
and the smoke cleared away. Deorlaele
another orgy of ghoulish crime reporting on top of ,ay. yr"h.4Aye guns had quieted are wishing her a speedy recov- Jacksonville spent Sunday with bites, athlete's toot ra.h.,
+ et yr Peace reigned throughout the world. Is confiningher itching or other orUPlioo.
it? a ery from Illness that Truby Hodges and son, Doren. skin troubi qF
and took "? For qulN
The rootsgo This Is what the majority of us knew to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kite and ; good re u''. u.. ,
The causes of crime are 'hard of to all get the at.other social part In. I think most of us first gave up a prayer ot'thanks. Catholics Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and children spent Sunday visiting MBNT.the Army Develop now "ICTOar.Cor. ''lit
those '
with
intertwine'
deep and flocked to church where Mass was being prayed. Then other daughter, Carolyn, were guestsof friends In Raiford. They attended back home. Whit", anukwren. .
ills. Everyone should know that the fight on this frontis prayers were said-.prayers In hoes that had been deeply touched; his parents Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Sunday school and church ser- tIHep1o.. A Hate name Cor Youb'bl""

no mere battle, but one of humanity's greatest cam- humble, reverent prayers for had made the supreme sacrifice ert Jones, in Brooker Sunday vices at the Baptist church there. VICTORY OINTMEST-I1t I
paigns. But the exploitation, in print and otherwise, of for this They were the prayers of mothers, wives, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Nettles and 1'.ld er ...
peace. . In
Rterko
and criminals represents the conscious acts of . Nettles in Gaines- t' .
crimes sweethearts who had given those most dear to their hearts.I Mrs. D. J. were sea .UtP.'II.I&.. IIIIIW
usually intelligent and well-meaning men. They know have a poem that was written by a Cpl. Dana Thomas, I wantto New River ville Thursday of last week. C""H'\ IIRll lib
what they do. They can stop. Everyone will be glad to learn
share it with my readers hoping that someone will find comfort ,
Heralding and elaborating the revolting details In Its verses and those whose loved ones have returned safely will fly The School that Mr. Nettles' health is Im-

of criminal behavior doesn't reform criminals. Itrdocsn't give thanks to God. for His Mercy. Here It is: I . . . proving.Buck Williams and daughter, EXPERS
borderline delinquent from stepping
deter the the and Mrs. D. A. Greek of Norman Jean, of Ft. Myers spent
All the heroes of the nation will be gathered for sight Rev.
over the brink-it ia more likely to give him a push. Jacksonville conducted the services Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. (
from the night.
sunders ,
When the Author of Creation daylight i
For both of these types have one thing in common: from afar at Long Bridge Christian Roan Turner and family.Mr. "
When the final bugle summons they will gather ;
they are the supreme egotists. Dramatizing them, no Church here Sunday morning and and Mrs. C. E. Andrewswere *i sfBpt
He will read out their promotions, pin on each the morningstar.
matter how derogatorily, doesn't convince them "crime night.: They were dinner guestsof shopping in Jacksonville -
doesn't pay." It gives them the very kind of pay their Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp. Wednesday. I
upside-down thinking craves. And the whirling of the planets will be music of the band Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Hayes of Lester McColough happened to _....,

Such exploitation doesn't serve the public. Not to When the Universe-Commander takes the great reviewing Gainesville were visiting Mr. and be the victim of an accident Fri e r
stand. Mrs. C. E. Andrews and other day of last week while trimminga
crimes at all would leave the public in a fool'sparadise
report
.
relatives here Sunday afternoon.Mr. large oak tree for Mr. and
unaware of one of Its grimmest problems.But Then the winds will play an anthem that will echo through the and Mrs. H. B. Hunt of Mrs. M. L. Johns near their residence E RVIC

front page, graphic depictions of a youthful mur- sky Mulberry were guests of Mr. and : he cut off his little toe.
der suspect as a Joe-college Dr. Jekyll and a diabolicalMr. The banners of the sunrise will dip as they go by. Mrs. E. A. Sapp and family Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Pledger Johns Chas.CShepherdl
Hyde contribute nothing to public information.Nor Why there's Master Sergeant Johnny with his crutches thrown nesday and Thursday of last,I and family were visiting Mr. and

does the parading of this same youth, manacledand away. week. They attended the tobacco, Mrs. N. A. Conner of Midway
in broad daylight, down the streets from one scene Eyes Right! Mrs. Miller's Joseph, who was killed at Buna Bay. and livestock auctions in Lake,I Sunday. Mr. Conner Is still confined -

to another of his reputedly confessed killings, there to Doughboys( lost In grimy foxholes from Salpan to St. Nazalre, City Friday.Mr. I to the Lake City hospital At Gay's Service 9f S StJ
smilingly re-enact his role before gawking thousands. Booby trapped in reeking cellars every mother's son was and Mrs. Joe Moody, W. N, with illness.
and Ches Elmer Wallace and A. A. Sweat
Johns. Kenneth Turner I
Both do something toward public degeneration.The there. ;
ter Moody enjoyed a fishing trip
press and the police are chiefly to blame; the There's a thousand from Tarawa and the gang from Kwajaleln; to Sand Hill lake Friday of last I

press when it enters a frenzied race to "give the pub There the battle-scarred battalions rose from Hill Six: Hundred week.

lic what it wants," well knowing its own responsibilityfor Nine. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Johns o f EXTRA GOOD BR
Here are Merrill's grim Marauders, blood wounds washed with Gainesville were dinner guests o:
stimulating that want; the police when they play up morning dew. Mr. and Mra. M. L. Johns and

to the hoping to catch something in the of
press, way in family Sunday.
There's the valiant St. Lo Major; Walnwrlght's boys pass
popularity for what is otherwise a pretty thankless job. revelw. Mr and Mrs Melton Kerce and 1 jrEa
children Sunday with Mr
Editors and publishers know better. Police and Here are boys who held one acre in a sklrmlnsh without name, and Mrs.spent Jim Thomas near Lake;

prosecuting attorneys know better. It is time, now, to Here Is 90147-Heaven knows him just the same! Butler. rI$ A'NJt

put on brakes before America's sensitivities are further Rank on rank of marching thousands tramping over heaven's Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Andrew _'

calloused, its sense of decency is further soiled, as both sod.Captains. C

have been by such morbid verbiage as was spawned privates: sergeants colonels all pass equal before ac
God.
from the. Leopold and Loeb case and the "Roman holi
They wear ribbons from the sunset they wear medals of the
day" that was the Hauptmann trial. suns,

And the thunder and the lightning flash salutes from Heav-

en's guns.

When Your Tires Are Slick Time to Recap! They go marching, marching, marching through the vistasof N .a
the sky-

K RECAPPINGAND They go marching on forever-Yankee soldiers never die! _a4a.Le111.4Mrae- e..rr
VULCANIZINGALL J'!
r
.
SIZE TIRES e e e : e e e e . '. . THERE'S NO LOST ACTION WITH FRESH YEA
AND TUBES .fJt' f/ooJ lUC/c
Theressa RisingBy i And Fleischmann'a fresh Yeast goes right to w

24-HOUR SERVICE to find four-leaf clover- because it's actively fresh. No waiting-no extra strFleischmann's
BEST Eva Mae Tries a
MATERIALS
tty Mils. EDDIE NORMAN
. . . . . . it's better luck to hive Accident fresh Yeast helps give full delicious
GRADE "A" RUBBER
I, r
flavor, tender smooth texture-perfect freshness.IF .
II''li Workmanship Guaranteed Church Service Hutton Lee Clark and Misses Insurance!
I Prayer meeting will be held at Leila and Clark
Evelyn were visit- YOU BAKE AT HOME, always ask forFleischmann'a
I PHONE 79 the Christian Church each Wed- ing In Green Cove Springs Sun-
active fresh Yeast with the
nesday night. day afternoon.Mrs. I Charley E. Johns
familiar yellow label.
There will be services Sundayat Dependablew
Maggie Norman returnedto
STARKE TIRE SERVICE the Baptist Church: Sunday her home here Sunday follow- Agency America's favorite for over 70 years.

school at 10 o'clock and preaching ing a week spent In Lithia as Phone IS STARKJC. FLA

at 11 o'clock ... m., B.T.U. guest of her daughter, Mrs. Elva-
Adjoining Temple Garage Temple Are.
at 7:30 p. m. and preaching at lee Driggers. ,. : l.PlrpI
8:30: p. m.Services. Mr. and Mrs. Senior Clark and Abjt

are held at the Chris family attended a dinner party ft. r.Mntlngi THE TRAVELERS HartfoM
tlan Church each first and sec Sunday in Boatdraln given by,
ond Sunday of the month.

Mrs. William Beahler. Sr.. ac- .
1 ii.
companied by her daughter Esther
Irene, attended the wedding of
her son, William Beahler Jr., in
Valparlaalo, Ind., on August 1.
SHRIMP OYSTERS. MULLET Mrs. Beahler and Esther Irene re-

SEA TROUT PERCH BREAM turned spending to a their week home In here Valparaslo after Welcome

RED BASS SHEEPSHEADALSO with relatives and friends. let-up _
-
Grace Dickinson left Tuesday


Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry to Earlton B.spend F.Beach.a Geiger week with was relatives a business at 'j:4: : .have a Coke


MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET Saturday.W.visitor in. Orlando last Friday and

CALL STREET PHONE 37 STARKE. FLA. S. Sibley and Mrs. Delaney
e Dickinson were business visitorsIn
I Jacksonville Wednesday after-

noon.Frank and Joe Kelsey were
STARKE DAY visitors in Brooksville last Fri-

day.Mr.
and Mrs. Forest Jones and
atKingsley daughter Dottle spent Sunday '
afternoon with their aunt. Miss

BeachEvery Ida Thomas Hagan.Triest and Wilbur and L1'I-r

Inea Neal spent the weekend in
St. Petersburg.Mrs. .
A L. Sullivan I.I spendinga
Thursday From 12 to 6 few days In Ocala with her

daughter. I


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. S Dr. Herlong Retires After Bringing 1070 -r -- --

rooker Babies to Bradford County in Past 10 YearsBy 1 I


Mrs. T. W, Markey BUI Duncan |I ICY For 15 Years

. 41
. Dr. M. B. Herlong, for years a
I't'zZLED leader in civic and medical activities -I

, J. W Kelley Bry- in North Florida, and a physician I
Russ Clark were in Starke and Jacksonville
and Johnnie F Since June
Saturday night andy i since 1908, retired from active .x 26
d
ng failed to find any practice on August I, 1 1 q r ,

'eee sportsmen managed During the doctor's long and

armor plated specimenne active career, his experiences have

could identify. been enough literally "to fill a 1931WE

range little animal was book." Highlights Included, particularly A rii
ntlfled as an armadillo, the influenza epidemicin
common In Texas and the Jacksonville of 1918, when he
t and l In Central and worked for 13 days and nights ,
This far as before becoming a victim himself.
!nerlca.wledge Is concerned is When the Harrion antinarcoticlaw HAVE SERVED YOU-BRADFORD COUNTY AND ITS SURROUNDING

armadillo ever found In went into effect, he scored : f ev
something of a record by taking i A TERRITORY-with good, fresh foods from a modern store to equal the times and trend

charge of approximately 100 ad- kIr

,BEGINS the dicts at St. Luke's hospital! ,i I at the best cut prices. We are proud and appreciative of this opportunity to serve you
for
ker School opened Dr. Herlong states that the pub }
term Monday. August The 5, / lies general health is "wonder- I and would like to thank our many friendly and faithful customers who bore with us

large attendance. fully Improved" over days when

tends through children the ninthd at-I he began practice. "The averageage during our recent remodelling and enlargement of our store which gives you super-
thereafter expectancy has risen from 48 ,

consolidated school InIrs to n about_____ 85.__. TVnhoM_ ..n_._, _Hlr...htheria. I, lost, and research would be far I space and service. You will now find in the Tip Top Super Market more fancy fruits
and malaria are no longer a major less productive." I

.?! are In the Harmon Brooker Morgan School,}I IU school threat, children thanks ,to and inoculation to the pro-of I Dr. Herlong came to this state and vegetables, more high grade meats and steaks from which to select the fine foods for

Instruc- from South Carolina in 1886. His
ninth grade
.and lags Hazen seventh and gress 365: cases in sanitation of typhoid In There Jackson were : parents were in the lumber business -I your tabie. Come in and take advantage of our 15th Anniversary sales event.C. .

grade teacher: Mrs. Loca ville alone, during 1910. There i in the Southern part of Col-
Mrs. Pearl umbia County. Showing early deelre :
grade:
sixth has been great Improvement in

urth Mrs.and Johnnie fifth grade O r e e In-n,, the early of diagnosis salvarsan of,cancer.superseded Discoveries ,to he enter attended the medical the Florida profession 1! H. NASWORTHY, MRS. C. H. NASWORTHY, J. W. DEAVER Owners

d fourth grade teacher; by neo-salvarsan, penclllln and Agricultural College at Lake City, j!! Johnny Childress Cashier A. R. Pearson Mgr. Meat
Ellis, second grade In- and graduated from the Medical Dept.
ttle l the sulfa drugs have opened remarkable '
College of South Carolina in 1908. \
first, and grade Mrs.pedagog.Annie Laura ment of many possibilities diseases.in treat New His practice began in Jackson-'I Mavis Thomas Mgr. Produce Dept. Virgil Robinson Mgr. Stock Display

ville, and continued there until ten
MEETS the anesthetics advancement have in contributed surgery. to years ago, when he opened his office \ Jimmy McGee Assistant Stock Room Manager
Association In Starke. He was married
arent-Teacher
The doctor has specialized in
Brooker School met Mon- July 5, 1926, to the former Mrs. 1
the sickness of children, and in
gust 3, with Mrs. Earrvicepresident Blanche G. Curtis. His first wife,
I obstetrics. He attended the births
presiding. formerly Miss Minnie Lee Robinson -
I I of 1070 babies in this vicinity
for the coming year were died In 1924.
since 1936.
and are: H. B. Crosby,1 In retiring, he salute oncom Fri.i St/fOWAU/ES Sat.
He observed that "apart fromthe
it t; Mrs. V. V Hazen, vice- ing members of his profession, : r
overall picture of I
it; Mrs. Ovid Gano, eecre- progress "I would like to say that I con-
we are today not doing I
;ira Z. W Hamilton, treasalmdifevcryihing enough sider the young doctor of today
for children. This county, and
better prepared than in the times
others, has too much hookworm.The I
when I first studied medicine. The
annual school 'budget for the
Fancy White CobblerPOTATOES
modern schools and colleges are
state amo u n t s to $29,000,000.Since I
better equipped than in my day.
the classroom failure of
With these high standards, we'' lOlbs. ---35c
some 10 percent of the enroll- .
I .
have every reason to expect continued ,
ment may be traced to correctlble I

physical defects, It is readily seen Dr Herlong progress.Is the founder of I! rl4

0 that Inadequate attention to child the Florida League of Municipalities -
health la costing the state about an organization which claims t Fancy I

I else $2,900,000 annually." membership of all towns and citiesin
goes On the matter of governmentalcontrol the State. There were 20 LETTUCE each - lOc
of medicine, the doctor declared municipalities represented at the ,
6
"Medical advancementcould first meeting in 1922, called at
not profit from the state Commis-
his Instigation as City
supervision of medicine. In en- sioner of Jacksonville. The doc- :
'live through competition would be second I Fancy
j tor: was the_league's president
in 1923: ;; ana represented me
PEACHES 21bs. 25c
urer.The retiring officers are Mrs. group at the International Congress -
of Cities at Paris in September
M. O. Harrell, president; Mrs.
1925 In that year he
Green vice-president; Mrs. H. B. '
traveled for two months throughout -
treasurer and Mrs. Tyler
.
Crosby ;
He on the committee .
I' Jones, secretary. Europe. waa Firm Head '" .> 4 a
of finance and taxation In '

Mr and Mrs T. W. Markeyand 1928 and 1929, and completed a CABBAGE lb.----- .05
Miss Ivamae Lewis were study and report on the financial ,
I
shopping in Gainesville Thursday setup of all cities in the State.
afternoon.Mr. He was City physician of Jack-
and Mrs. Willie Watson and sonville In 1912 and 1913; memberof
children of Archer and Mr. and the Duval County Board of Fresh I Bee Brand Gulf or Flit

Mrs. J. R. Crews of Jacksonville Public Instruction from 1916 to I

were Sunday guests of Mr. and 1922; president of the Duval Coun- TOMATOES - 12%c SPRAY quart - 39c
Mrs. O. W. Barry. ty Medical Society In 19lfT: He
Those enjoying a fish fry at was on the staff of St. Luke's and
Hampton lake Friday afternoon St. Vincent's Hospitals, and was

from here were Mr. and Mrs. Ar for five years visiting physicianof
thur Edwards Mr. and Mrs. M.I the Children's Home Society i
Vlckey and children, Mr. and. Mrs. In charge of all children over 18 COCA COLA 6 Bottles 25c Empty; Bottles

Earnest Edwards and son, Mr.I months of age; a lecturer on pediatrics -
and Mrs. Earl Green and children, for the nurses at St.
and Mrs. Eva demons and chil- Luke's; member of the Duval


t dren.Miss coochee Johnnie la enjoying Mae a Lynn visit of here La-1 County Blanding 33; in charge Health during of Commission first its construction.He aid at Camp 1921-. COFFEE: : i : i : Maxwell House 27c

with Barry.Misses Frances and Helen is York a 'member rites of of the the Scottishand Masons, I Pound Glass Jar

of the Morocco
and was potentate
Willis Plnkston of Dallas, Texas,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Temple at Jacksonville in 1931
He was a member of the Boy
T The W. Markey cafeteria recently.workers for the Scout commission for the New No 2 Can No 2 Can


and Mrs.Brooker Mrs.W.school Rosa O. Hnholster Rimes this ,year supervisor and will Mrs.be, River chairman for district the of Charles the, 1944-43 Board Francis: of is Directors now Boy- JUNE PEAS Trailer 14c I CUT BEANS - '. lOe

Scout Camp at Interlachen, and
Vance RUBS. named chairman of the local
Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Hamiltonand was
chapter of the Red Cross this
two sons were weekend guestsof

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hamilton In I. year.The doctor Is looking forward to Pillsbury

Palmetto.Mrs. leisurely pursuit of his chief FLOUR 7 5
of Miami is
Annie Hall
spending this week with Mr. and hobby he built hunting a cottage and fishing.on nearby Once Plain 10 lb. Bag c

Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton. Santa Fe Lake, sold It in disgust .
-
Harry Merriman made a business four years later, because his busy


'I week.Mr.trip and to Mrs.North F. M.Dakota Vlckey,last,Jr.S., schedule roof.spend Now only had he one permitted plans night to under make him Its up to Full Cream :HE 'I'S' ;;trtfRl Dressed & Drawn

children of Columbia
and two for lost time.i Yellow Daisy MEA/
C., are here for a visit with Mr. Fryers, lb. 63c
and Mrs. Earl Green. Corporal fiHftir ('oritr. BHAi>rom>
received his honorable ( OI >T%", FI.OHIUtl IV IIIAN- Cheese ,
Vlckey has from the Army at Fort C I*:II Y.Eurene 'Oliver Plaintiff ".. Mary Hens lb. 57c
discharge Pound 59c SLICED BACON Ib.62c ,
rx-f.nnant.
employedwith Ullv.r
Bragg. N. C. He is now BOER IT' pU1LICAT10N7. ,
the U. S. Department of ANI NOTK'K TO AM'KAHSTATE .

I Agriculture In Gainesville where Ollv.r. who.OF. FIXHUDA r...lrt.nc. I I.to: (4 Mary K.
..
POWLR .
their home. Ma.
expect to make Main Street niouch.nt.r. Western
they
on I
You are required| to app.ar Western

named September plaintiff
this
County T. l*.raph shall publish... ,
Onl"r In nest four w.vkly l III.nWKn.ffn
my hand and officialxoul
at Htarke, Florida, this Au"oFFICIAL -

after the game... Cl-rfc of HEAL said )Court.J. A.. J. Thomm.m Wilson's Bake Rite FinestSHORTENING

H Harrl.on, Ja<-knonvlll, >, Fl"
fit, i-2 41 1-21
for
Ally _

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Ixmr fitr.Rut.. !n*..f.r..n.n.. Nn4g43.w.

:l ls ORDER NOTIf-l"PrwUirATTOVAVP TV APPKARSTATR
s Y 3 OF FLORIDA' to3, wCone
whoii. rcatd.nca, la Box ft$.
Mllnn. n'ornla. Wilson's Clear Brook r.? r
t4fl.t r.quir.d to app.ar 011Au.
(. .yoU...' 24 ar 1 IqU. In th" attov named 4

ALE4NO EER i, Court_.ka and",,,,,,au.,,.. *. RfadfardpCounty BUTTER lb. 72c
p
.. tkla Ord.rIn - -
Tl fouraw..kIS' ,
,,-,, ifsL n.xt U tr *"
.
-.1.111!
: Hand and ">ffl<
at WltnJ 1arh., Florida, this July IS

arr..q t.rr.J._,. r. n+w teM-l"t"tAt.. "lF.AA.nA' J. Thomas .,. -,.- .
G.L.-wwU 1.Amnw. tw.n. .
n alas, aalnnym. Fla
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEORAPII. STARRY.. FLORIDA R .
FOUR --== I
ol Mrs. S. L. Peek will leave Sat
Mrs.
chapter N.
'Linen Shower Spaghetti Supper man, reviewed the fifth"The Fatherhood urday by plane for a two week's daughter, TRItch. Jr"
the book for study. Elizabeth
to Black .
vacation trip Mountain
I CLUBS ,
and turned
SOCIETY : For Miss PoythressMiss For Young PeopleMrs. Mrs.of God"Titus, Olson.and was The assisted program N. C. Vincent's home Hospie1 Friday fit

Sara Poythress, lovely; Mattie P. Gahagan hostess I by was closed; with prayer by Hugh Chandler Stith of Wash Mrs. W J. Gritty
I.I D. C., who has nvtlle
Center, entertained ington recently Is 0//
Dinner Party McKelvey-Mosier bride-elect was the honoree last at the Church Service Mrs. Wood. Spending
will Mrs received Ma honorable dischargeas this week H
afternoor. at a linen shower last Friday night I Mrs. Ennfs assisted by With herO
Bride Elect to Friday In an Ensign In the U. S. Navy, J. Griffin. IJtt.!
For Friends will be Interested given by Mrs. Charley E. John, a delightful spaghetti supper Anderson and Miss Kate Struth

learn of the marriage of Miss Mrs. W. E. Torode, Jr., and Mrs honor of the group of young peo I served a delicious congealed fruit arrived Thursday by plane to Mrs. Ethel BiggS
Mrs J. W. Andrews and her Tenn., Into the spend two weeks with his grand-I Dottie Ind ill
Aileen Mosler, of Nashville Whitt Sturgis, from 4 to 5:31: pie who frequently come salad course with Iced tea. i Sue are
daughter, Mr. Leon Moorer, were : to Frank McKelvey of Starke on o'clock. Tbe Women's Club Center during evenings and afternoon Circle Two par e n t I, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. days this Week elesdlr i

joint hostesses last Friday even- i Sunday, August 11, at Folkston, building was attractively decorated and enjoy the wholesome Circle Two, with Mrs. A. Z. Brownlee. as guests of Cot In St.\
Ing at a dinner party at theirKingsley Ga. Judge William L. McQueenof with fern and late summer recreational facilities that the< Adklna as chairman, was entertained CLEARANCE SALE still goingon Griffin. and 1In
Lake home In honor of I Folkston the cere Sewell at at The SMART SHOPPE. Mrs.
performed flowers. Center affords. by Mrs. W. B. J. }or.
Miss Sara Poythress, bride elect Miss Clarice Thomas of Apalachicola Oliver of
The
mony. A receiving line composed of The guests were served supper her home on N. Walnut St. returned to her home
of this week. .. Is the daughterof covered made more \ pent! last week-end here after T
Mr McKelvey on a long banquet table large living room was spending a f",
About twenty-five friends were the late Mr. and :Mrs. M. A the guests as they called during with a white table cloth. Miss attractive by 'vases and bowls ol with her parents Mr and Mrs. guest of her Sister, day!

present to enjoy the three course Mosler ,of Nashville. the guests as thy called during Nana Colby( and Miss Marjorie roses, zinnias, marigolds and gin A. J. Thomas. Andrews On KingsleyFRESH", I

dinner which was served by the Mr. McKelvey Is the son of Mr. the afternoon. The bride's table Davis assisted Mrs. Gahagan li ger lilies.

hostesses. The table was attrac- and Mrs. James A. McKelvey of was covered with a white lace serving and about 29 young peo Mrs :J. W. White opened the
decorated with & lovely cloth and decorated with arrangements this dellghtful with and Mrs. Ad-
tively this city and was honorably discharged pie were present to enjoy meeting prayer
of white dahlias, and of all white dahlias. The< social hour the business
centerpiece from the Army August affair. For a kins presided over
.
white gladioli with crystal candles 31, 1945, following his return bride-elect and her mother, Mrs following the supper the group en session. In the absence of Mrs h
at both ends of the tatle. C. W. Poythress, and the mother circle treasurer Miss SEAFOOIwi
placed from overseas. He is employed at elect, Mrs. W. E. joyed playing games and dancing W O..Halle,
of the
groom finances and
The bride was presented with a the Green Cove Springs Naval later seated under Ray looked after fee
hand service tray Torode; were reported the following amounts!
lovely painted
Base an archway decorated in fern and Miss PoythressIs meeting;:
by the hostesses. given for the August '
Mr. and Mrs. McKelvey are occupying -,
late summer flowers. I HonoreeAt paid on pledge $5.75; building ; andPOULTRi
Water
:
cottage on
a
The guests were entertained by'; fund $2.00; birthday offerings
street. Coca Cola PartyMrs. !
a lovely musical program: Miss $2.50; local work ".915.
Louise Stern offered two beautiful opened
The study was
program
Guy Sale and Mrs. James
CarterArwoodMr. piano selections which were with a Bible reading by Mrs. F.
hostesses
followed by a vocal solo, "Love M. Blackshear were H. Long. Mrs. L. W. Koch and fi'
(4 cola FINS
afternoon at a coca FEATHERS'
and Mrs C. F. Carter, of Thursday
Sends a Little Gift of Roses" by: given in honor of Miss San I Miss Amelia Ray reviewed part .
party
Lawtey, have announced the engagement Miss Garnlta Hutto, who was accompanied of the fifth chapter of "1'11e
Poythress, brlda-elect of this: Next Door to Alvarez Store
the piano by Mrs .
<< and approaching mar- on Fatherhood of God"
Sale on Kings-
week. The cottage
Lee Hancock. Mrs",, Han assisted Mrs PHONE 70
Mary Mrs. Sewell, by WE
i riage of their eldest daughter, ley was the lovely setting of this: DELI
cock then sang a solo "Always"MUw I Vlnlng, served delicious home-
Canvas AwningsFREE Miss Margaret Louise Carter, toW Hutto and Mrs. Hancock delightful informal gathering and made Ice cream and cake during

L. Arwood Jr., son of Mr. concluded the program with i a the screened porch was attractively the social hour.
decorated with potted
and Mrs. W. L. Arwood of Dalton, lovely duet. Circles One and Two each voted
of multi
plants and arrangements
ESTIMATES Ga. About sixty guests were Invited to hold the September meeting on
table
colored zinnias. The serving
The wedding will be an event of to be present at this lovely affair for delicious open-faced sandwiches Tuesday afternoon Sept. 3, instead The Little Brown Thermos Jug J
and they were served refreshment of Monday afternoon as thatIs $
Sunday afternoon, August 25, and and other delicacies was
of punch, cake, and mints. The Labor Day when the Veterans
solemnized In the Grace covered with white tablecloth
will be a
ANDREWS 1 gal. Vacuum
punch bowl table was covered Homecoming Celebration will be capacity Sealed
Methodist Church of Lawtey at with a center piece of vased zlnnlaa. -
AWNING CO. with' a lace cloth and arranged taking place; also the Bradford .
o'clock. No invitations are beIng The honoree was presentedwith
with sprays of fern and late summer County High School will begin the
mailed and all friends of the a set of eight handpalntee 3.95PlasticClear
Lake Butler, Fla. flowers. fall term on that day.
couple are invited to( be presentfor ash trays, gifts from the host'esses.

the .
ceremony.
Baptist Men Those present at this delightful WSCS to MeetThe
-
Have Pilau SupperThe affair were: Mra. H. H. Adams Methodist WSCS will hold Shower Curtain

Can c Use More PulpwoodEMP Mrs. Vernon Silcox Mrs. R. W, Its business and program meetingat

M Brotherhood organization Sturgis, Mrs Ed Torode, Mrs., the church Monday afternoon,,

WRITE TIMHEJl DEPT of the First Baptist Church held Leslie Biggs Mrs. Fred Guy. Mrs. Aug. 19. at 3:30: o'clock. Circle and Window Drape

ls Jr Its regular business and programmeeting Arthur Holiday, Mrs. Merrill Two, Mrs A. W. Anderson leader,

Container Corp'n. of America. Fernandina. Fla. Tuesday evening at the Struth, Mrs. W. H. Hart. Mrs. will have charge of the program,

church. The members of Circle Hallie Jones, Miss Della Rosen and the business session will be 9.98

Three of the WMU were hostesses berg, Mrs. T. K. McClane, Jr., presided over by the president,,
for the evening and prior to the Mills Lucile Mitchell Miss Louise Mrs. W. E. Middleton.

business and program meeting the Snyder, Miss. Madge Whigham,

Brotherhood was served a Mrs. Charley Johns, and Miss Automatic Floor Wax
,t t_ delicious chicken p 11 a u supper Erin Poythress of Macclenny, sis- Applier

I which had been prepared by various ter of the bridetobe.AlexanderGill. Local ItemsMrs.

members of the circle. Mrs Ceiling Price 3.43

S. E. Sparks Mrs. P. M. Bares-

foot, Mrs. H. L. Hough, and Mrs. George Kopelousoa and

T. B. Harding assisted in serv Miss Florence Gill, daughter of a children vacation returned of several Saturday weeks from in Selling Price 2.95AMMUNITION

ing.The Mrs. Fay Gill of Kingsley Lake, I Hot Springs, Ark.
business meeting of the organization and Jesse B. Alexander, son of I
Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Carter of
was conducted by thevicepresident of Starke
Mrs. W. B. Alexander Lulu here with
Blanchard Law,, spent Tuesday
afternoonat
.+ were married Monday Mrs. Laura I. Powell.
and a program followed which was 6:30 o'clock in St. Luke's Hos-
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. J
; with a under th@ direction of Paul Ray
pital, Jacksonville, where Mr.
.
Moody will be Interested to learn.
w, l mond. A discussion of plans for Alexander Is a patient. ,
R: that they and their three childrenare
freshwardrobe Layman's Day on Oct. 13 fol
The ceremony was performedby again residing at their residence -
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lowed. W. E. Lawson, S. E -
the Rev. L. D. Haines, pastorof on Route 3, Lake Butler.
Sparks, and A. J. Thomas assisted -
the First Baptist Church of They moved back recently after

with the program. Starke, in the presence of mem- living in Jacksonville for the past Also Shotgun ShellsForm
Among the visiting members bers of the Immediate families anda 13: months.
from the Wateroak and Heilbronn few close friends.

Brotherhoods were Earney Johns,, Mr. Alexander continues to Im-

:J. L. Sapp, and William Norman. prove from his serious illness, but
J For that Immaculate look of smartness John H. Powell directed a periodof it has not yet been announced Home 8 Auto

always have your garments dry singing following the program when he will be released from the NOTICEWe

o cleaned here. Our specially! developed and business meeting and P. M. hospital I

processes are more than safe for Barefoot dismissed the group Supply Inc.

your precious wearables. You'll be with a prayer.Birthday'. Methodist Circles I ,

delighted with our odor-free, wrinkle- 144 WEST CALL STREET,

free, grime-free rejuvenation of your Party Met Recently- Have

best dresses. To keep your clothes For Ann Johns ChangedOur
Circles of the Woman's Societyof
trim and lovely looking, phone us. Christian Service of the Meth- Guy Andrews
J
Attractive Ann Johns, daughter -
odist church met Monday afternoon
of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns,,
of) last week, and Circle
Jr., was the honor guest at a Locationand
1'HONE 135 One, with Mrs. A. W. Anderson
last Friday after-
birthday party
chairman, were entertained by
315 given by her nfo the r at now ATMcDavid's
ROUT. noon Mrs. Gary Ennis at her Kingsley are at YOU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME
Kingsley Lake in honor of her
9'6. Lake summer home.
GREEN Temple tenth birthday anniversary. About
125 & Market
Mrs. E. K. Perryman opened the Grocery
Owner ."' :" .. ; Are.. fifteen young friends were invitedto meeting with prayer and the

Ice swim cream and enjoy and cake.refreshmentsof Favorsof business session was presided over East Call St. SUCCESSOR TO GUY'S MARKET

by the chairman Mrs. Anderson.Mrs. 225 S. Walnut St. Starke, FU'
-- balloons were presented to the
I. P. Shepherd, sercetary, .
guests by the hostesses. Mrs.
read minutes of
previous meeting;
Mrs. Johns was assisted in enter and an offering of $10 was made Prepared MUSTARD gal. .
the friends by Mrs.
taining young ,
for local work. Mrs.
H. M. Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Perryman
BLYJ Rlcharde & Baker
''f ASH ION A and her mother Mr J. H. Rltch reported that E. T. Shull had vol- Biggs SUGAR, 5 .
unteered to repair the place where
Others invited to be present at .the church roof leaked. ,
this delightful gathering were:: Mrs. A. Wood, program chair- Bicycle Shop BLEACH, .
Tom Joan, and Flora Slade, Connie -

Carrol, Ricky Thede Peggy IRISH POTATOES, 10 Ibs. .
1 and Frances Caldwell, Jane and I

Henry Rlcharde, Mary Sue Epper MILK .
.
large
son, Linda and Randy Johns,, NEW DRESSES & SHOES can

Sandra, Johns, Mrs. Annie I M. .
Field PEAS No. 2 .
Jew Rlcharde and Mrs. Annie Nor --- -- can
J lN man of Jacksonville
,aaDnsII 5 RAYON DRESSES Sizes 9 to 18 TURNIP GREENS, No. 2 can '

".TINS..... Miss Jane Franklin of Washington .

131 D. C., returned home Tuesday 9.50 Now 5.85NEW PRINCE ALBERT .

M nhukilsS 11 N... after spending a few days as the 1

e '41fr guest of Mr. and Mrs. D..A. Men- CIGARETTES, carton .
telth and Lt. Ralph Rhodes.

LACE DRESSES Sizes 9 to 16 SNUFF, any brand, 3 for '


CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION 3.85 Now 1.95 RUTABAGAS, Va. U. S. No. 1, lb. .


Yellow Crook-Neck SQUASH, lb. .


NEW Also Few Large Size Dresses ALSO FULL LINE OF CHOICE MEATS

Sizes 18 to 52

ULOVA Round Steak .47 Roast Beef .35,
--- -

_
NEW-400- Pairs Ladies Play Shoes Sirloin .50 Stew Beef .

tRICU IHC1UOI t4DGAt fAX Size 3
to 9At.95cPair .
T-Bone .50 HamburgerWeiners


Sliced Breakfast .

Bacon, lb. .65


Nick's Cheese lb. .55 Jewel 4 Ibs. Lard 1

Gem Jewelry t PHARMACIST Bargain HouseTWO -



109 E. Call Street Starke Fla. BLOCKS FROM BUS STATION F. G. Hemingway Market Mg

Phone 64 STARKE NORTH ON ROAD 13 >E 1
PIIO
'- On-the-Minit Service 1 WE DELIVER

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JiS of LOCAL NEWS Mr. and :Mrs. J. D. Doyle. who Mrs. Margaret McCall of Valdosta H-foot row boat with or with- Miss i I
I have Wanda Pearce spent last I Mrs W. E. MidffleUm spnt Tin
resided with Mrs. Oa., and Mr.
Doyle'smother and Mrs Jesse out
fifth well-SMITH'S: TOARAC.E. .
weekend with Miss Carolyn Keen week with relatives! In Jivlllei. .-.- 1 I!
M T Tgg 'TTT'.T'-I' 11f Mrs. Faye Gill at Kings- Stuart of Panama City are guests 8-9 St at Daytona Beach I < .

f Buford of Mr. and Mrs. James Diffenbaugh ley Lake, moved thin. week Into']I I this week of Mr and Mrs. Jesse Mrs. O. A. Anderson Mrs. W. I

''STiut Sunday JaCkson-I I of Jacksonville are the nn apartment at the home of Mrs. Newsome. J. Epperson. Sr., and Mrs. War

ntS Mr. and M guests this week of :Mr. and Mrs. J. I* Frazee. 1 Mrs. L. cfc Powell will leave ren Perkins spent last Thursdayin

Charley E. Johns. CLEARANCE SALE .Mill going I Friday for Columbia, S. C.. where Gainesville.\ \ ANNOUNCEMENT

{" :Moore of Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson on at Th. SMART: SIIOPPE. she will join her mother. Mrs. A. Mr. and Mrs T. Frank Landrum .. !

Barbara week-end with Miss spent the weekend with Mr. and Frank Mitchell who hits been I I IBttenrtinsr H. Frtpp and proceed to the and family spent last week-end
last :
mountains
of North BLUMERIs
Carolina andI G. C. (Pop)
i Brownlee. Mrs. Junius M. Smith at Santa the University of Southern I Tennessee for a two weeks' vaca visiting Mr. Landrum's parents In
Brooksvllle.Mrs. .
returne I Fe California will
Lake. arrive
Wimberly this
'
Freddie tion. Now :Managing The Food Department
week enroute to his home In Lakeland J. L. Peek
Atlanta. i 14-foot returned Sunday
.
from boat
row
Monday with with-
or Mr. and Mrs. D. of the
T. Clark left
e and will be
the from
for a visit In
visited with Mr. out fish wrll. SMITH'S: truest a Newton Ga. She
she GAR-
here few davs of his Wednesday for Hot Springs; Ark.,
AGE. cousin, Miss L.U- was accompanied home by her
n. Willard Pass. I s2t dIe Mitchell. after spending a few days with son. Julian Peek of Atlanta Ga. Shady Rest Near Palatka

Mrs. Leon Moorer of Jacksonville N.Mrs.D.Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. They will I leave this week for Atlanta

spent last Wainwright where :Mrs. Peck will remainfor
Comfort and Economy weekend at Klnca-
.
Safety, FEATURING DELICIOUS
r ley Lake with her parents, Mr. SPECIAL Guaranteed permanent a visit with her son
.
. and wave, *& at Leila'. .
Mrs J. W. Andrews. Beauty Mrs. Bill Philips of Augusta
O Steaks Seafood
Salon. O Chops O
FOR COURTEOUS i C' Mr. and Mrs Joe Arnold have Ca., is spending a few days visitIng .

CORRECT had as recent guests" Mr. and Mrs. Connie Carrol! of Jacksonville with Mrs. Dorothy Hubner.in SandwichesIt's

.4' Iru P. R. Breen and daughter, Barbara pent last weekwith her grandmother O
FORMATION Ann of ,Mr.. F. H. Long. rmrrrr rot'HT. ni>v ( 147 t 'v "7 Barbara Ann remained Stratford for Conn.a Little Miss Mantle Hatchings rot'TY.. Fl.OHIll.tl IW. CHAN.fKHT. Worth A Trip Over Just To Eat

j rieaM Phone longer visit. Mr. Breen Is returned to her home In Pensacola L Albert I'. Bchwar" I'Ulntlff, v"'l
with With
MI Id r o.l H Hvhwara, 1> f e ntUnt. Pop
the General Electric Co., In recently after enjoying a several l'.._.. No. 6001OKPRII

Ride Florida Greyhound Lines, Inc. Busses Bridgeport, Conn. months' stay here with her grand. AND : NOTICE OP PUBLICATION TO APPEAR

BUS For home portrait nee T. II. parents Mr. and Mrs. T. M. STATE If :"IA'IU" !).\ to: Mildred.
UNION STATIONpie Hutchlnits. S. Hrhwari"" whore residence l I. vl-

Ave. LACY CONWAY, Agent Starke Fla O/iborne Mr. Edwin See St.ad on John page 8. Mrs. E. H. Register and daughter IJ"You. California.are required to appear. on 'I I SALE --- Ladies Summer Handbags

who has Catherine, of Miami wereguests September Id, ItHA, In the above natni|
IM ill Irt'tt been confined to the Veteran's September. 18, 1948, In the above
** hospital In Lake recently of Mrs. Regis.ter' namuil Court and cause, whereinlilillnllff ,
City for the
past mother, Mrs W. F. Godwin. neck divorce FTlxirnril

I BRING YOUR GLASS WORK TOJ. weekend several with week his spent family the here.past He I Dr. and Mrs. W E. Murphreeof (Order".lInIY In Teleicrtiiih next four shell weekly publish iMHtien.Vltnem this. I\

Gainesville are occupying the \ my hand and official
returned to Lake City Tuesday seal at Vtarke, Klorltln, thin Auy I
>
: D. C. Tillman II
T.
PREVATTTORODE'S
for further observation. 1 cottage on Klngs- lint 10 1944. i r 4 r r I If
IIcy! Lake this month. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guv spent Mrs. F. A. Moore and Mrs. Dor- Aa Clerk of said Court
.
CHEVROLET fly l.uclll .
GARAGEI last weekend In I O Conner, U. C.I
Lake City with! othy Walters and son, Frank I Burn II lioiiKlaH, tlulnenvllle. Flu.Ally .
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Joplin. i I for I'ir. ...16 H II-II
spent the weekend with Mr. and
and fit all auto glass and other
any I
Mrs. R. G. Kldtl and ,on left I I Mrs. W. B. Mundy at Klngnley l> "HIf'( I'r CO I sir. Isle \..KOHI.
kind of glass fixtures. I guarantee my Saturday for a two weeks visit Lake. .".01 M'l.'. Kl.flllllltl !% itltNKIH. f r
:
'
work and if you are not satisfied, I will with relatives in Richmond Va. I'! For wedding portraits we T. II. ..I cherry. Plnlntirr, v_. Sullle II.
t
gladly refund your money. Earl Johnson of Metter Ca., Osborne. See ad on page 8. No.Lambert B003.OUI'IOrt. 'herry, Itefundunt.

spent last weekend here with his Miss Wanda Pearce left last OK P1'HLil' :1.1
family. week for Daytona Beach where -tNP NOTICR. ': Til A 1'1'11]"
1e
HTATK OF FUMUPA to-: .
Mrs. S. P. Vandlvlere and son. she will spend a few days an the II, l.HiiilxTt. Cherry, Koiile No. I
guest of Miss Carolyn Keen. Box 3,, Iworiretown. H. C.
Stuart, of
Pines
Bay will spend Ton are required to appeaV on'j l
thin weekend with Mrs. VandlvlE're's Mrs. J. F. Hazen was In St. Au- September. IK, "'46. In the above
gustine recently where her mother, named' t'"".. and cant, wherein 5.50 Bags Now 3.95
B. Alvarez & Son mother, Mrs. G. \V, Alder- plaintiff seeks dlvoi're
Mrs. Barney Dlllard underwentan ,'.."nl) THlvKraiih. -h,,ll ""
man.Mrs. operation In Flagler Hospital.Mrs. Order, In next four weekly U'K'lt""I\\
Marion Carney and daughter I \\'II n.-.i. my' hand and
of White Plains N. Y., will \ W. B. Sewell left recently seal I utSke.| Klorlilil. this August 7.50 Bags Now 4.50
ransfer & Co. for Leenburg where she will visit ,1%. 114(1.oKKICIAr..
Storage arrive Friday to spend the winterat for two weeks with her aistereMrs. ( HKAt... ) A. J. Thoinaa. ,
.
the home of Mrs. O. L. Beas- AH Cli.ik .if sold Comt.1U
J. B. Cottrell.Mr. 1 I.,,. Illi. C. Ciinnnr, D. r*.
Phone 179 ley.Mr. and Mrs. \Milton St. Peter T 'rM"k I.Hnilrnin, Huirke. Kin. 3.25 Bags Now ] QQ
and Mrs. J. L. Ogden and Ally Cur I'lf 11-" 41 8.6ode" .
and family and Miss Ileryl Holland -
Ron Lee of Pompano are ,spending PLUS TAX
spent Sunday visiting with
: a few days this week atKlngMey
We operate local and long Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mnoty. Little
Lake as the of
guests
loving> and distance Anywhere in Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling. Sharon St. Peter remained for a ,, SALE Ladies Suits
longer visit and returned to her --- Bathing
tStpragli, Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Reynoldsand
the State of Florida. home on Wednesday
daughter, Susan of Jacksonville -
Miss Shirley Colley who Is attending
spent last weekend at Klngx-.
( the summer session at 10.95 Suits Now
Fast Careful Moving 6.95
ley Lake as the guest of Mr. and
FSCW at Tallahassee spent last
Mrs. Gene Long.CLEARANCE.
weekend here with her mother,
: SALE ktlll going
on at The SMART SIIOI>PF.. Mrs. Marjorie Coll..y.SPECILI 10.00 Suits Now 6.95
Guaranteed -
George Flynn, Jr., who Is at permanent I ,
wave, 95 at I-ella' Beauty IIOUIIV FOLKoI1"11.! we've
present attending Emory University -
Every branch of will arrive the Salon. really dlaroveml what liappinto .
last of this times'than '' O 8.00 Suits Now 5.95
4 month to spend, a short vacationat INDUSTRIAL WORKER triangle They more
_t
nttmi turn Into 'k
esre
.INSURA.NCE'a home with his family ENDORSES F L T f r.y
'. Miss Martha Janet Wainwright t..nel. 6.00 Suits
"My Job requires a steady nerve 0 NowlJ..50
returned to her home In Tallahassee 1 She; "She's getting a divorce n _
and clear thinking; I've got to be
on Wednesday after spendIng -
because her husband had flat
a week here as the guest of physically fit to keep In step. foet.

CONSTANT Miss Betty Ann Flynn. Here's how I do It-I rely upon I He: "Really?" SALE --- Ladies ShoesAll

SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudgln/i and Florida Llvra Tone to keep my She: "Yes, he's always getting

QVER SO YEARS THEFT daughter, Kay, left Sunday for a system well regulated; that's the
his feet In someone else's flat"And Sizes and Colors
two weeks' vacation trip to pointsIn secret of Vigorous Health. When

Virginia and New York. that slowed-down feeling beginsto the most obedient and I

: Come and lx fitted for your full get a hold on me, I take a few obliging person In the world Ist: 1.00 & 2.00 \ ,

C. WALL AGENCY FIRELI and winter Splrella garment, also doses of Florida< Llvra Tone then an auctioneer .beraiiw ho at-],

girdle! for your daughter. MadeIn I'm O. K. for several weeks. Mont. lends. to everyone's bliUllng.

the new nylon material Cornetler of the fellows at the shop use It
,F E tf too." When you want to make your:
Frank Hoover.
Mrs.
*,
Fall
Ladies Suits Coats
Please Phone 146 Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsomeand FLORIDA LIVRA TONE, the bent bid for Jess and, oil service I I ,

children, Evelyn and John Pep-Up laxative, deserves a placeon that satisfies, drive inhere I

Mack, returned home last week your medicine shelf for thebenefit One honk of your horn

after a month's vacation trip to of the whole family. Get means you're bidding for the and Dresses -- Now on Display

Lewiston. Idaho; and Spokane, your bottle now at any Drug better-the quicker kind of ser i i

CLASSIFIEDFARM Washington. Store. vice. We're at your biddingall

the time. ; Take Advantage of Our Lay-Away P.... A

.
FOR- BALE: MlkHlonTy berry. I GULF; OIL PRODUCTS I Small Deponit Will Hold Any Item.Robbins'.
FARM, .CITY AND I
orethoueand new iirltuwsrs OF THESEFROM Washing PolishingGreasing
[NESS PROPERTY Bynbed .1. TAKE ADVANTAGE
place, Road 2*1. 2 miles east ;
of titarke.-SteveVeldutl
_14) lOt|
Temple & Lake
FLIES or
STROUT CELLS ESTATE RPoAL .NO fleas ROACHES.If you use ANTS.our Aeroso RII11.. 1 Service Station

Cr..i../ mivcrtUc at eo.try .."- type.Bomb. Lasts This I.for not week the Vro" f I I'' Phone 179 I
.
property. Has .... over fountain.WILL .
'... _
or Home* .Kuraionrrra
.. .
from all ever .*. TRADE house and garage
fm ..." II.ilag
.
STROUT REALTY AGENCY fnPj"ck.onvlIle.) Starks Fierce- Keystoneheights EASY TKHMH; FKKE DELIVERYPLENTY: OF. PARKING SPACE
,
.
R.oP..nteol or tit. A"80.lln. Florida.
Locally ByC.
Write John 11. Denmark
> HOLLINGSWORTH 7U W. Jay Street.Waldo Jack.onvlll".

-118 So. Walnut St. "'I".KALE-pair mules ten 4t years N.18Jo'OH Odora Storage Chests $3.00 Rolled-Edge ;


[JESSES. of all kind r.no- old weight, ah..n 1200 Will lb.sacrificebpcaaee work : THE CAMP: ULANDINO SURPLUS SALES (Were .00)( Felt Mattress
furniture uphol.tr.i) and Single or double. th.m. See
'h'd.i Drop urn a card. I don't need nnrt h of These are valuable In planning your storage
TTSGI! MATTRESS CO., E'os F.. 10:. onpRoad313ntllxa alp 8-18'
P.I tka. Fla. U ..95mfort.

ANCEI 1i\HY $iTTEri fur. appointment m. to 6:30p : 2-Piece Love Seals $69.95 & $27.45
writs all lines; fire phone 14-8:30 I : a after Maple Iteal
I'' brie liability and llf.. m. Phone 17 rinK 1 .. l o .
i me rnr your insurance need. 6:30 m. Prices r..on.bl. A Mattress
p.
8-M
> 61 Beautiful
l Selections In Tapestry
Walnwrlnht. Jo1a..tI
Jr.. 1SI
.
I Phone S-23 You Can
154. Jtp blockhouse LIVING ROOM SUITS
rel.
FOR SA 1.1': On. con
Enjoy

|I RENT tm urnlHhed.m -private 4-room.bath unfurnlBhed ALSO *. for. consisting partly"'"... fllrnl..h..d.Cheap of three for Equipp.d apartments Book Cases $10.95 to $13.95 -

cabin, running liradfo..1 Engineering a"h'l 37.5C
lu'Udi 1' .R">n>.lit nabl.., close In.8tf 208 94. Klarke. Walnut Finish Protects Your cooks 5-Piece

FOR nEST- 8room unfurniehedanartment. I
TILE"TA. BIu Tavern R."nt ..- Phone 68. I BrealcfasfROOID
Doing good business Ice box. Feather Pillows 19 26 2 68
.I..ctrle
C'*On Railroad 10'h .depot."..t near 4tp s.a-S-30 FOR good Auto IIALE-O.: .ndIUon.Founlaln.N. Can be SeenIt Heavy DutyCAI2I3ACE sz. X pr. Suits


LE-Pn| appu j>..ar.. II.25 A noon INCOME rod get. Hllghtly L* lDouble 25.95

dt'01 "at: farm I.on" Brldt F. M.-M. alp.trltt 8-23, i EARN Styles::;r :. :1I'For dthe"latest Information free'1"Oy, ..nd.al..klt : CANS, Deck Beds :. $19.95Iny: ;


I"LArkul. stoocckstrawberry write P. O. Southern Boa 11168. Tampalip Maple Finish Suitable for Twin Beds O. tht"Jonll
hod. l\I..nK"'O'" "
t. .E II ws.din per thousand 1: mll.. or north by I. Fla. __ .ic & 3. () C .<
'"> furnishing' -
Road 10. 4tP 8080 \l.E--Compl.t.. house
FOR 1
'ALE- including floor model Beautiful Twin Bedroom Suits
and
-.II..I..n.ry utrawberryj and p"d.
". ('n nw land. By bed or radio wool rug .uch ..
:" M manY miscellaneodlahee. .Ie. U80 Card Tables
k. "> state Khodon.Farm 4 miles hlnhway.NW shades. .t pet Now Available at This Store
separately
K/nae-
Sip tAI.E. -' for lot or fleck, A-3.

'" "1I"hlly' deed 10 gallon let Lt.. 011'Isle.) Wm.Vllla.e.C. Itp Sam Rosenberg Kitchen Tables 95 St Real 11arpj.

ding'al*' "and.lank with ALSO.n 40 flUlnlt.feet FOR IIAf.E or TRADE for smallercar Masonite $9: ng/ -Wed BuiltA

n-h 1916 114 ton Chevrolet Casey.gnod Nice Pl .,
in iron "'!>.. See M- F. ,' rondilion. UI> Lafayette lit..lip Starke.3.233ALR i' Graham, Fla lip With Drawer A real bargain F itureIT'S


('u 113' Inl..lIon.1 WANTED want healthy: MEN outdoor OR WOMEN wo.k. Hundreds who. A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

,..nrtry iephnne. t..ke of Rawl..llfh D..I..r. fare & Son
U. ...k... money than e..r
,BALI-Sdaer. 11'.1 more when they look over.a hors per'100vice
80 f.rm. 8- route puppl John H. Denmark Furniture Co.
eIf
...' pecan trees. .om. farm widely advertised "lIy avid nee..
"i.IO.:: n.IOO ea.h for quirk I Salea Nr. esesdtiea
b1oom'w"lt. R wphln -
"L bn t omtStark.a m.-w. P..Brook.r B.nnelL S.. m.road Sat tiP' leigh's".D.C:FA11433.I73. M:Itp East Call Street Starke, Fla. PtlONE 151 STARKE. PL 4,

Tenn.
R.r.tso-! u ... small" t
fvr bushcress "
W .u-IT-pa.
Highway K :
.. Magyarrt. FUR offlc. Phone 31.
north 0' I
of
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEORAPH, STARKL n.oRIDA FRID'tY. At'Gt'8
PAGE> 8C1State =-- 1t
= 1 Betty and Louise, returned NOTIC-I''
ters, pFOSt '
Mrs. H. M. RIcharde and Mrs. iI and daughter. Kay, have come Mrs. Burns Resigns as Red Cross Executive recently from' a two weeks visit TAAPPtII'ATI
.
II ;
Y ,I home from Candler, N. C., where NOTICE]geNkkl ;. iewd
Miami.
l lDy A. M. RIcharde since Tuesday. they spent several weeks. After Crowded Years of Wartime Service in R. H. Green:, JrEREItUICII'h
Farm of Hicks
Woodrow returnedto
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter Mrs. ..
I sa '
dinner of Mr. Norma Jean Dobbs came home After aa home here after a week's for
Lawtey were guests :. four crowded years her Ria'flla,
Mm. BI''bItlleld and Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow at I I Saturday from Jacksonville where executive secretary of the Red visit in Sebastian, Ft. Pierce and issued number.. thereon and y"e Thedry<< ,
. . she visited relatives for two description ", 'tI\
noon Sunday. Cross, Mrs. Beanie M. Burns resigned F.'T'r.[ Vero Beach. the ?( ,tht"I h"'"

BIRTH Misses Dixie, Kate and Irene weeks. She wan' accompanied by the position, effective Aug- I Mrs H. B. Wiggins and Mrs. are a."Vo"llln '.whl 1 h f'rPrq"'";"

Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Watts Sayne of Knoxvllle Tennessee Mrs. Lem Owens who spent the ust 1st. The Chapter will for the 'Mary Williams and son Howell, auanee Cortlflcat Re. \ yD."crlptI"n

announce the birth of their little arrived Monday to visit Mr. and weekend with Mr. and MM. Lester time being conduct Its activities ::. were In Jacksonville Sunday after- 111H. of

daughter, Beverly Ann, In the Mrs. R. P. McLendon. Dobbs. without a supervisory replacement .,... noon. NE Range% Section aa Town..t, 8f,

Lake Shore Hospital, Lake Cityon Mr. and Mrs. Wallace West of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Nolan and which will mean, as Mrs. Burns 2'" Mrs. Earl Van Alatine of CocoaIs Name 20 In E".I which;'onu.ISi 1.11I; *41 IUnleim

August 6. Toledo. Ohio spent Wednesdayand I I Miss Melvene Davis of Gainesville stated, that a greater share of spending some time here with WIIRon All of Est said, ...
and Miss Margaret Reddish of responsibilities must be transferred t property
with
Thursday of last week Mr. and Mrs. C. Van Alatine. County of Uradford pale;
PICNIO Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. Heilbronn Springs spent the past to the volunteer chairmen of rtes Ida: State N
Many Farm residents and their weekend with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. the various services. Mrs. Ruth Virginia and Betty White of cate. a uch .rtllll'lt
Mrs. Rosa Watts of Chatta- shall I be a r..
visitors enjoyed a picnic sponsored Davis. Morse will continue as Home Ser Leesburg are spending this week to law rednned. "'"
hoochee Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. 4 Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A. uch certlflcsisaprrq? the Community Sunday vice with
by Secretary.
Lynwood Watts. Rev. and Mr. L. A. Shepherd b. sold to the hlih.2 "
School Saturday afternoon. This Jane RIcharde spent the past returned Monday from Miami The case load of the organization Adklna. court hours door ,JI,u bldd"

outing was held at Kingsley Lake week In Jacksonville as the guestof where they spent about 10 days. which Is devoted almost exclusively Mr. and Mrs, M. L. Watterson day 1 46. /which.is l tho Endf dltot.r I""M

and swimming afforded entertain- her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. During their stay Rev. Shepherd to the-needs of veterans' and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn left Umber. 2948. << m 1

ment for several hours before J. H. Rltch. was supply pastor for two Sun- and servicemen's families, total- Saturday for a week' visit in Dated this 30lh day oflah

supper was served. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. days, at Coconut Grove Baptist led 14T for June. Thirty-three of New Port Richey where they will Clerk of Circuit \LJ' n
Church. these represented ex-servicemen, enjoy fishing.Mr. ford County ForfaUMOFFICIAL | |
weekend Mr.
Mrs. W. F. Godwin moved Fri- Turaey last were (
day to Parris Island, S. C., where and Mrs John Turney and their Mrs. Nellie Beavers returned and 42 dealt with requirements of and Mrs. Curtis Padgett SEAL) ,.1,h,

W. O. Godwin Is stationed. Mrs. daughter and Mr and Mrs. Char- from Alabama with her son-in- men now in the Army or Navy. and children Linda and Curtis NOTICE -'

Godwin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. les Tumey and daughters of Jack- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. The figures, as compared with a Jr., of Miami 'were supper guests rent TiVnVii11ued :
visited for load of 323 for June, 1943, ]last week of Mrs. Pad- H.......
H. Lee Dunbar, are now at their sonville. W. N. North, and them case Friday of NOTICE I ER's I mJ
Tennessee home. Mrs. Martin Grlner;- Jr., and about ten days before going to reflect a gradual, decline In the gett's slater, Mrs. Wlllard Wynn. P. Baxter the lhnId.t O of'u, '

Mrs. Annie R. Norman of Jacksonville young Martin, 3rd, are now with North Carolina on August 16. demands on the Chapter for this B. Y. Saxon and W. F. May are lowing certlflcateo c..nllical.for h.. In"

returned to her home Friday Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Griner. Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Land moved type of work. The case total of Fred F Stump succeeded Mr. visiting in Pompano this week. \ thereon The a In etrtlflcltt d.edk.
and Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Partney last two paid and bar and yoar. of
visited Mr. required
after having year 1uanti
Friday to Branford where they Peek as treasurer, and E. L. Mat- Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. ac.lpllon of the prop.rty"
will live until they complete arrangements three volunteer workers in the thews became chairman In 1934. Gerald Adkins included J. W. as names follow.In which; It ..... sies'
office.
for a farm home. Judgo E. K. Perryman was named Priester, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Voss Certificate No. 9
EARL'S GARAGE Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. The retiring secretary said that chairman In 1941, and this year and daughter Mr. and Mrs. P. L. uance\ DeHCTlptlon 1144 Tear

Crews on separate occasional durIng there can be no lessening in the was succeeded by Dr. M. B. Her Morris, Jr., and son, and Dorsey 7f ? 1:0 rd Of City Propm", lite ,,
of the and Hos- S!
Importance Camp R. E.
the week were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon, all of Macclenny.Mrs.
One-Half Mile South of Starke on Road IS pital Committee, the Junior Red long.Mrs.. said last week that Name In which ....,...
Jo Burns
Johnny Outlaw and daughter, Charlie Hall left Saturdayfor 'T. P. Ward EMI.

All Kinds of Auto Work Ann. of Auburndale Mr. and Mrs. Cross Disaster, the Preparedness Production Corps program, the, plans for operation of the tentative chapter a visit with relatives in County All of of Ha Bradford I 1 ."81alt bln,01

D. L. Shaw arid son, Joe, of LaCrosse without a secretary are Tampa.Mr. Ida.
First Committee.Mrs.
and the Aid will Unless such
ServiceGUARANTEED and Rev. and Mrs. W. G. and that this arrangement Orle and 'eaten. reUwmS
ALL WORK USED Wrecker and Mrs. Wiggins .hall be H.
Burn's ser- .
and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. professional continue for about two months.Hampton 'to law the
Smedley property
and Gene of dear
,
AUTO PARTS DAY OR NIGHT sons Bobby. Jimmy such
vice with the Red Cross began : certificate nr certlfins.
Crews of Lake Butler. with her training for the positionat ,. . . Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. court1househdoor ontthedtln
.
," I Mrs R. D. Whitfield was the I Wiggins and daughter of Jacksonville I,
In "j
Alexandria, Virginia May, day In the month "'
WE BUY SELL and TRADE USED CARSUNDERSTANDING guest of her sister, Mrs. G. S. 1942. Prior to then she was in were dinner guests of Mr. I 194. which .'U the led. da Pep, Ii
tember. 1948Dated
Clopton, In Jacksonville Satur- and Mrs. George Williams Friday
the State Welfare, from 1932 to !, this 23rd l day oJalr|
day. October, 1941, and with the War By Mrs. M. U. Sweeney' night of last week. : (OFFICIAL SEAL; ) A.1T

Edgar Tyson of Jacksonville Department Headquarters at . . . Mr. and Mrs. Dick Smith and County.Clerk of Florida.Circuit Court t of-nr Bi
f
wan here with his parents Mr. Camp Blanding to the spring of son of Avon Park were guests of -
and Mrs. R. H. Tyson, Sunday. SUNDAY SCHOO.l. P.iRTY Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hicks. IN rinciir ('01 RT BRII!
42.She Edward Saxon was host to the rOtIN'rv, FLOItllMi n (
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie D. Sellers, CKK V.
feels that special recognition Miss Jessie Wright left recentlyfor
boys of his Junior Baptist Sunday,
make Daniel W. Kelly Plaintiff! ,
the of management upa Spencer Crews and Patricia Wil- n
economy should be given Mrs. Grace School clans at the swimming: a visit with her sister in At- nip 13. Kelley Defendant Ci
primary quality of our Service which lard visited relatives In Jackson
Osborne for her service as volun- party and peanut boiling: at lanta. 4969ORDER
M dedicated to the affairs and needs of ville Tuesday. teer home chairman after Bland. Hampton Lake Wednesday after- Mrs. W. E. Allen of Tallahassee AND NOTK-E OF PL'BLICW TO :
APPt<
bereavement Bryan Whitfield and daughters Ing opened. noon. An entertaining afternoon, has been visiting her daughter and STATE OF FLORIDA lo: J JV

Misses Roberts and Helen, accom- During the years the Chapterwas was enjoyed by those present. son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Waldo!. KellY St., Provides whose rmltain Rhnd.>
panied Mr. and Mrs. Emory Town- on the alert for unusual requests I You are required U tpp
Rend of Raiford to Silver Springs JAMES FRANKLIN WILLIAMSMr. I Hall.Mrs. September 2nd 1946. ;':'n tb<
and usually met them. ; Willie Mae Denton of named Court and ram,, r
and Mrs. Frank Williams
DEWITT C. JONES Sunday.Mr. An order for 1000 red. white and Starke Is serving as substitute plaintiff .seek divorce B'
announce the arrival of a son, County Telegraph ihatlpobll
and Mrs. -W. H. Williamsand
blue chicken feathers rather
teacher In School while .
Hampton Order In next four wklr n
AMBULANCE SERVICE daughter, Betty returned shook the workers' confidence; James Franklin on Thursday"August the regular teacher Miss Edna Wltnexn my hand and
8 at the Alachua seal ..
Monday from Donaldaonvllle, County at Clarke, llurlda Ik.SI.
Funeral Director It proved fortunately to be a Dudley Is with her brother whoIs 1946.
Georgia where they had visited hoax. An elderley lady once wrote Hospital In Gainesville. I seriously 111 In a Jacksonville (OFFICIAL PEAL) Al TAM
STARKE PHONE 7
relatives since Clerk of Bald Court
Wednesday. They I the Red Cross asking for a Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Wiggins; hospital. John J Henderson Eat 81, I

Our local funeral home enables us to were accompanied home by Mr. birthday cake, to be prepared for and daughter, Marie, of Jackson' Last Sunday the Rev. Parrishof tine, Fla. .I I
and Mrs. Calvin Williams who Atty. for PIG
offer conveniences and services not are : a grandson, who was a rookie at ville spent the weekend here with! New River and Mr. H. B. Wig-
now their guests.
I Camp Blanding and had never be-
otherwise available.We relatives. I gins were the Sunday morningand
fore been away from home. The Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May spent night speakers respectively at

furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices and Stapling machines. Scotch tape Chapter and the Church Service Thursday and Friday of last weekIn the Baptist Church. The pastor DONUTS ROL
Center complied with both a cake Sarasota and Venice. Rev. W. A. Scott is PIES & CAKES
accept ANY life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY company paper punched, all type account on vacationIn
and a party. There was another -
John A. who has
as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation books, ring binders, a a d many cake story. A soldier, critically Guy, recently Hendersxmville. N. C. None are better
returned from Princeton N. J. A
carrtee other items at the Bradford large gathering of relativesand
no obligation.
ill In the Camp Blanding hospital, Is several with his friends
County Telegraph I spending days attended the funeral thanLappe
\ was asked If there was anything brother, Emory R. Guy services of Mr.'IdelJa Priest of

he wanted, and It seemed that I Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Morris were Green Cove Springs, formerly of
there was: just a slice of choco- visitors Green Bake
to Cove
Springs Hampton which were held at,the
late cake. The pastry creation
Sunday. grave in Prevatt Cemetery northof
supplied through the Red Cross Harold Seley of Miami spent Hampton on Monday. She was makes

was probably the biggest he'dever several days here last week with 84 years of age and la the grand-
seen. his mother, Mrs. Llnnl Seley. mother of Mrs. Gilbert Lamor- CAKES MADE: TO OBI

The military was nonplussed Mrs. Gordon Weest and daugh- eaux and Mrs. L.. G. Johns.
What the President'sFamioe when three unexpected truckloads

from overseas pulled into camp --

and found the canteen workers

off-shift, waiting for them. The

officers in ,... ... .. .
.
charge couldn't figure u. .: ;: .::;. ', r "' '\'
Emergency ;* how the Canteen knew the ..
boys were enroute, since they
....11 """ 'J\I"'_ IIt-"I.-""' .
were unscheduled. As It happened,
i the Red Cross ladles had closed THANK YOUfor

Committee'asks us .- up at 3 a.m., but spotted the Incoming -
trucks near the Gate.

They quickly returned, opened the waiting for delivery of your
-
Canteen, and were ready for the

to do '.h.. ..,,,,. boys on their arrival.,
: h .' ,'\\1' Current services) to families of
". J NEW
'fi ': CHEVROLETWe
+ '
'
: .I!.: "' ''' .\1'.t.l veterans and servicemen Include
loans In case of delayed allowance

1. Cut down wheat checks or grants In event of em-
on products
ergencies or Illness; loans to stu- are doing our best to see that you

dents whose pay, through the G.
one-third; on fats and oils I. But of Rights, has been de- get your new car as quickly as possible

layed; assistance to exservicemen -

one-fourth in making claims; help in .

application for government bene- thank our cuslo ajJpective
Wo want to sun
Go all foods that take r '
light on fits; furlough and furlough ex- cutom for

wheat, fats and 'oils save breads, tension verifications; social his- patience while awaiting your '
tories when requested by Army So"
-5 Chevrolet.
macaroni cakes cookies pastries and 3. ,
Navy and veterans hospitals. J b
deepfried foods. Use drippings for The Camp and Hospital Com- ; We know It I I. a hardship top *
mittee now channels but **
sponsorship : needed transportation;
pan-frying. Save salad oil-use boiled of entertainment and recreational t" you will understand that *,,

dressings. facilities for patients In the Lake a Chevrolet, are as eager to W"","*"
City and Jacksonville Naval Base obtain th.. UnW*
to
hospitals. The Junior Red Cross e you are this y.ar II '* "

2. Buy and serve the more assists the local school teachers production so Chevrolet far Motor On

In the supply of arts and crafts! f ,...rgr.w expectation thus:
plentiful foods. goods to patients, such as pine 4 sums up the ituotion

cones, gourds and other local mat "Even though our roil" of' p roddi
erlals. it Joins with the Production of any
that
Balance diets with the more plentiful normally exceed bit
Corps In programs for war bee"
foods, such as potatoes, fresh victims overseas. Last Christmasthe manufacturer, we have' -""
to July 1, only
: build, 2b
up
JR.C.
sent Christmas boxesto rt wo
fruits and
vegetables. children In England and has .o a* many ear as we lidod'O" II

sponsored the school's exchange that date In 1941. P- of

3. of scrapbooks with children of far below normal, b.60ea6
I
Waste NO Food!
other countries. quent shortages of ....rstnksal.n:

a During the war there were over rlall and partl.Strlklt 1 Nn
Dress leftovers for
up today's to SOO volunteers In the Production plant of our suppliers haS towed

morrow. Make every crust count with and Canteen services. impeded our progress

The work supervised by Mr*. production, and the cums
melba bread
toast, crumb-toppings, Burns during and since World effect severely hampers evo%

i puddings and stuffing. Take no more War n was pioneered by Miss inducing and au.mblY' P.rI.
Mildred Strode. From 1919 to e able to build
than you can eat. Clean your plate. 1920 Miss Strode was employed to Juno we were many fh

Turn in unusable,fat salvage promptly. assist families of veterans. J.E. 29.2 per cent in the a* same :
SHARE A MEAL Futch was the Chapter's first produced

chairman In 1919 and the late .. 1941."

EVERY DAY J.L. Peek was the first treasurer i7 While production! I. r.drictedproportionare

Mrs. N. D. Wainwright served a* .hiprnon : ?
X
chairman during the depression w art

\Itj g years, when thousands of yardsof R_e..Io., .. A* production Increases ,hof
I -0. CAR SERVICEGyowtw/CAR.SAVER proportionate
dress material, several car Keep'OW.aml of getting our rt I
SPONSORED AS A PUBLIC SERVICE BYJAX :::::; yeti jiff/l loads of flour and thousands of err"diw"w,fr? 8rfwwy e,row_ CMwoI.. II, IwiIIgiolg R loa total-and a* deliviri.s cart t a:,cutfl i

blankets were distributed by vol- ten.d; slew!.sow IIItII crt rea"1faIenIoI... w. will speed

unteer workers. The Disaster Relief -

committeemen met an em- C

BREWING COMPANY I Jacksonville, Fla. ergency damage In the resulting 30', when from property a fire- ;TORODE CHEVROLET

In the Hampton business and redistrict

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who moved
lit[t M. Phillips,

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L honored with a surprise Chaplain I -
dinner at her Beckman Laymen Conduct
Uanlversary ALL CHURCHES IN BRADFORD COUNTY ARE INVITED TO PLACE THEIR Bob Jones CommentsOn
children Sun Fills i
i yen by her Lawtey Pulpit ,Tabernacle ServiceThe
ANNOUNCEMENTS AND NEWS ON THIS PAGE. HOWEVER TO INSURE Here .

1 Phillips was met at the Lieutenant Commander Chaplain Friday night service at the INSERTION: ON THIS PAGE, COPY MUST HE IN OUR OFFICE NOT LATER And Hereafter -
THAN TUESDAY MORNING OF EACH WEEK.
L grand- Beckham of Penney Farms
her chit Happy who Tabernacle was conducted by the
singing Birthday la now on terminal leave from the National Laymens Evangelistic "A merry heart maketh a

cheerful countenance". That Is In
Navy and who
spent four and one Brotherhood, with Virgil Owens .
Luntiful dinner was served half years In the the Bible, but that Is alo In nature -
service most! of as leader. Each layman gave a
long large dining/ room which was In all around us. A man' face
covered with a the Pacific area, testimony backed by scripture
filch was was the speaker at the la often anIndex to what he has
table cloth centered morningand quotations and the main message I
nen birthday cake, a evening services at the Law. /In his heart. A happy heart brings/

beautiful children. The din tey Baptist Church last Sunday. was delivered by W. S. + light to the eye and brightness to
m the Lleut. Com. Beckham Is an able Matheny, Jr. This Is the first of a
made more attrac. the countenance. A sad heart
was of cut speaker and was heard by a large a series of services which will be '
ih arrangements casts Ito shadow over the face.
congregation. It gives the writer conducted by the Brotherhoodfrom .
flowers I The serpent of lust crawls across
r great
pleasure to
occasion recommend him time to time the countenance and leaves Its
for the Ha? .
present to the Baptist Churches pi s
of this + limy trail If there I I. a serpent of
,it and Mrs. Giles Phillips section. I The Youth Meeting Saturday I
lust In the heart of A
and Linda and a man.
,:dren. Sue I night had the largest number of
Rev. and Mrs. L. .
and Miss Jeanne A. Norris, who I drunkard does not have to walk
Phillips, Jacksonville; Mr. and have been spending their vacation children and young people presentand Fv down the street carrying a placard

j Strickland and In. North Carolina, are expected taking part of any Saturday with the words "I am a

[k'irman Norma of Brunswick. back to conduct the regular services night meeting Miss Isabella drunkard", Ills bloated face and

er.. Edna. Mae DeWItt of here next Sunday Parker was leader.. Three more bloody eye tell the story A
[ 5.
of the underworld does not
The woman
Lizzie Telegraph Is
and Mrs. making an certificates
Ga were presented for
M. M. Phillips of honest effort to help the Churchesof have to put a breastplate upon her
111 and Bradford Bible grades completed to the following announcing from whence she
I Mrs. Phillips received County with a Church
: Edna Noegel fourth came. Her faded face the degenerate
page and seems to me that the PASSAGES
gifts. DAILY BIBLE
]lovely tell the of her
various Churches throughout the grade; Edward Parker and Elmer eye story
Tomlln- FOR FAMILY WORSHIP Infamy and shame. Nature dip.
land Mrs. Newman
County should appreciate It Johns, first grade. Miss Alma
|rod children of Johnston enough to help make It a suc I Jean Matheny will preside at the Oar look Ci4APIIlSun. Its brush Into the heart and paintsthe
picture of the heart on the
Mr. and Mrs. John
vets of cess.
Saturday night Youth ItMon.
Meeting RomansI
afternoon. canvas of the face. There Is a
Sunday -0. J. Phillips. this week.A I CotintKUm I clone relation between the soul

land Mrs. O. E. Crosby andn visiting/ speaker Is expectedfor Tier. I Col"thl. 2:1-/: and the body. The way we walk,

,, Sherman and Beverly Special Service at September. w.d. I Cor. 1 IO4:2II the tone of our voice the expression
So Tommie Cain wereof
and Word has been received that Thurs. Carintliism I .., of our eye tell what we are.

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Presbyterian ChurchHoly W. B. McKlnney, former Violinistof F.;. I Corlethi.ns 7:1.24 Many times. the writer has looked

in Gainesville recently. Communion the Tabernacle but now In the S.,, Cor.I :1.:1': Into the face of some person who
Charlotte Knoles of Folks and a special Army Is enroute to the Hawaiian sat In a great crowd to listen to
a, was the dinner /guest ofd service for the reception of new Islands. the Gospel and read In that facea

Mrs. C. C. Crosby Sun. members into the church will be I, these children with others-- story of shame of sorrow, or
held at the First Presbyterian Compare
I peace, or joy. The devil may
Prison
J. R. Kelly andn Church Sunday morning August I Chaplain I change himself Into an angel of

| and and Mrs.Mary Alice Crosby 18 announcement, at 11 o'clock by according the supply to an To Be Guest SpeakerAt those now starving in other countries light and he often does. So men

of Mrs. Kelly'sr pas- with bad heart. may somehow
guests tdr, the Rev. Frank J. Methodist Church
Bryson.
the determination
under sAtanic by
Mrs. A. L. Drlggers/ in Infant baptism will be held the Regardless of ens', faith or beliefs, it i is ing for, worth dying for. Its foundation was of power their or own wills

I iButltr Sunday afternoon. 'following Sunday. I Guest speaker at the Methodist impossible to discount the things that our laid over three centuries ago when" men and look like good men, but sometimes
and Mrs. William Crosby Church Sunday morning/ at 11 o'- churches have done due.ing .
American and their
Mrs.s i 250.000 women settled here fought w y they are caught off guard and
I'lJJren were visiting/ clock will be the Rev. L. A Shepherd and half mate life
brother. Perry Austin the past century a to to the freedoms we now enjoy-freedom of their face betray them.
chaplain of the State Prisonat
f a patient in the Veterans' St. Mark's Raiford, Mr. Shepherd Is doingan more pleasant for children. worship, freedom of assembly and freedom

al in Lake City. Sunday.and outstanding work at the prison Compare the smiles the healthfulneis of of speech. Series of ServicesAt
[ Mrs Otis Crawford are Episcopal Church has been
and very active In the Boatdrain Soon
with
millions of them
American children- -
|r; a residence on a lot of drive to raise funds for a prison The greatest single obligation parents
children born in' other countries where the
C Crosby farm. They His in face ( simply this. If their children each
: chapel. appearances the today s Services will be held even-
Church School 10 A. M. been defiled
have completely
to complete the dwelling local pulpits are always eagerly Scriptures or are to liv. in freedom, they must do their Ing at S o'clock In the Boatdrain

|ave Into It at an early date.W Morning Prayer and awaited.At discarded. the past two decades., modest part to make our Churches and Baptist Church beginning Mon.

M. Reddish of Starkee Sermon 11 A. M. the 8 o'clock evening ser The American of life ;it worth fight Sunday Schools the finest in the world. day, Aug. 19, through Aug/ 2".
of her brother-m way 1C. Cut-
guest vice L. F. Smith chairman of the conducted by the Rev. G.

ind sister Friday night Mr. church's Stewardship Committee, Shaw of Greenville Tenn.

lira. W. T, Crosby.C said Church rest.open Service dally Center far prayer will peak upon his task and the "The American Church and Sunday School are the Everyone Is cordially Invited

|c Crosby and sons, Ran daily for recreation. open efforts of the church In soliciting greatest centers of good In off the world" to attend. The church located\

Bule and Bobble, were the talents of the lalety. Dele three miles southeast of Starke.

biding business In Dukes gates to the Assembly will also

bit Friday of last week.Graham. their at the !'iULHT-SHOUT STORY"
give reports evening _. _. .
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hour. SKLKCTED: BY DICKENS
e'' e First Christian
Sunday School classes meet at CHURCH DIRECTORY Charles Dickens, proclaimed by

10 a. m. and the Youth Fellow. some as the world's greatest writsr .
[ Church ______ _. _. .
--- .h -- -
ship at 6:45: p. m. Prayer meet of fiction voted the story of

ky Mrs. John McKinney ing Is held each Wednesday nightat FIRST PRESBYTERIAN ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL IIOATDIIAIN B.IITIST' CHURCH. The Prodigal Son, found In the

Services Sun., Aug. 18 8 p. m. STARKE Church St. 'at Jackson (8 1-3 mile southeast of Starke) New Testament as the tent short
. e
s The pastor the Rev. W. J. Rev. Frank J. Bryson, Supply ('hunh11001 ______ 10 A. M. Rev C. ('. Harrlo. Pastor i story ever written. Thousands of
RISE BIRTHDAY PARTYand 11 A. M. SP.M. Churchwell and Mrs. Churchwell Pastor Morn. Prayer .Mi -Mormon 11 A. M. Service. every Sunday a* follow ., fiction writers have used parts or

Mrs. Carl Jones wereat will return next week after a vacation Sunday School ...___ 9:43.A. M. *I all of this dramatic parable a*
(Holy Communion ht Sunday) I
their home here recently j during/ which they attended Morning Worship _____. II A. M. Litany A Intercmwloa Sunday' .School. _____... 10 A. M..I the basis of their modern short

urprlse birthday anniversary The Rev. D. A. Greek i the Missionary Conference at Lake Ladle Auxiliary 2nd &: 4th Tuea Friday ____h_____ 71 80 P. M. Morning Worship ...___ II A. M. stories.
honoring Mrs. Jones' mother. Junaluska, N. C., and later visited l M. Com ILT.V. _____________ 7 P. M.
Holy )&y 10 A. Holy
I
Annie Ward the occasion of Jacksonville I relatives in Chicago and other KIXOSLEY LAKE MISSIONARY! munion. Evening Worship ..____ 8 P. M. ONE WOMAN TRANSLATED"'

Mrs. Ward's 77th birthday / points In the North. BAPTIST CHURCH Church open' dally fur prayer and Prayer Service each Tuesday, R ENTIRE BIBLE
'roary.'Iting. P. II. It la said that Julia Evelina
Rev. W. Q. Show. Pastor rett.
Mr. and Mrs. Jonesthe Cottage Prayer Meeting each Smith (1T02-1884) of Glastonbury
Service Center dally for reereatlea. -
Fannie Slice. Sun. School Supt. open
arrangements were five TABERNACLEAttend Thunday 8 P. M.Men's Connecticut has been the only
children of Mrs. Ward's: GOSPEL Louie L. Wainwright, IITU Dlr. woman to translate the entire

Ida Jones Mrs. E. Strlck- Service Every Sunday Bible Into any language. She

Mrs. Florrie McKinney II. Sunday School _____ 10 A. M. LAWTEY BAPTIST CHURCH Bible Class translated the Bible Into English

ultun and John Ward. / Preaching .__-.?_____ II A. M. Rov. J. L. Norris, Factor To Sponsor ContestThe from Latin Greek and Hebrew.

t bountiful dinner was served II.T.U. _n_________. 6:45 P. M. 1. E.! Wall Jr., S. H. Supt. She started the project when she

r the shady oaks in the People's Meeting" Preaching ,:U p.m. Sunday School ___?.._ 10 A. M. Men' Bible Class of the was 77 and completed It when she
"Young
Mernlnff Womhlp _____. 11 A. M. I.
", L 84.
yard and about 40 guests Prayer Meeting each \'tt< 7:30. Methodist Church will launch amembership was
Young PtMipln'a Meet ... 7 P. M.
present to the oc- 7:45 P. M. and attendance con-
enjoy Every Saturday Service ____ 8 P. M.
Evening
,. GO3PRL TABERNACLE. ? teat at a breakfast to be held In fn Germany Bible printing has
Prayer Service, Wed. __? 8 P. M. Sun been stopped about two
STARKEMr. the Woman's Club building/ years.

t, James Parnell and daugh- Good for Young and Old Jk: Mr*. J. T.Qulgtey. Sponsors day morning, Sept. 1, at 9 o'clock, The German churches are now

Unda, of Jacksonville MissMae Morning Worship ______ 11 A. M. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST E. T. Shull and J. Fred Guy circulating mimeographed or stencilled .
Bennett of Talladeg'a.anil ___ R..v. W. E. Hall Pastor Scripture passage
Bible School ..___ I P. M. have been selected alt captain of
Mrs. Lenzy Bennett and vetoing Service ______ 7:45: P. M. Sunday School .______. 10 A. M. the oppoelng team and the losing
'iter of Jackson Morning Worship ______ II A. M. .
Dorothy CHURCHStarke Evangelistic Brotherhood side will entertain the winner
and Mrs. W. L. Hinson of FIRST METHODIST Monday __-___. 7SO P. M. Srtog Service -?_.____ 7 P. M. at a party. Five point will Lawtey

nv\lIe\ Florida _.__ 7:45 M. Evening: Worship ___... 8 P. M. Baptist Church
were dinner guests Bible Study Tee P. be cored for each attendance at
etc parents Mr. and Mrs. W. Cburchwell. Pastor Cblldren's Bible Hour TeMher Meeting. Bible Study I the clan on Sunday morning, and ;
J.
Church Rev. W. _____. ___ 8. P. MeMI..WM
The Friendly
nett, Sunday. Wednesday ......____ 3 P. M. Monday k ? -tl.-- 10 points will be cord for each I Sunday SchooT 10 A. M.
> Prayer
nlt Abernathy and Mrs. Ladle Prayer Meeting new member. Services 11 A. M. 8 1'. M.
__ ___ M. .
Wednesday __ 8 P.
e .. a P. M.
CraMS went to Daytona Guest Speaker Sunday 11 A. M. Thursday .. _.- -
ay to visit her brother, Mr. Eva p1botie Service Christian Church Wednesday 8 p. m.

.' thy. She will remain thereV'oI1t Rev. L. A. Shepherd Chaplain State Prison Friday ___-__u__ 7:45: P. M. FIRST Walnut METHODIST* Jefferson BTAKKE Ste.Rev. I Mid-Week Prayer ServiceA

the rest of the summer. lasptratleaal. Youth Meet The Rev. D. A. Greek of Jack. -
Speaker Sunday 8 P. M. .____. 7:45 P. M. W. J. Churchweu: PaeterChurch ,
Iph Guest :
Starling of Jacksonville Saturday- School. _?____. !. A. M. onvllle will preach at the mornIng -. Cordial Welcome
tile> guest of Miss SelmaSunday. Commaaloti every lint Sunday and evening service In the'
Stewardship Committee Moraing Worship ___... 11 A. M. '
Chm. Extended to AH
rs Smith ooraiDg.BROOKCR
L. F. First Christian Church Sunday.
Youth Fellowship ...__ 7 P. M.
rt W p. Bennett was a busllaltor Evening Worship _____ 8 P. M. I August 13.

to Jacksonville Mon- BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer .it PrmlM ServloeWednwiday i

tIle 1 Gloria McKinney Is on the FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. C. A_ Crosby, Pastor W__'* Society________ 8 P. M. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, STARKERev.

lit this week. Sunday School .___.._- 10 A. M. lat Tuesday ____. lao P. M. Lewis I). Halnen.' Pastor

1'1. Edward Boylngton and Starke, Florida Morning Worship .......... II A. M. Mrs. Ethel M. Hijrjr, Chorister

ICatie Mann made a businessGainesville aT.U. ____________ 7:15 P. M. IIEILRRONN BAPTISTRev.
to Monday. Her. Frank J. Bryson, Supply Pastor Preaching __....______. 8 P. M. G. E. Cubha,... l>B.tor or ,

:'". Annie E. Ward spent lev.dayS Prayer Meeting each Wed. 8 I'. M. Service every 2nd and ith Sundays Preachlnir Services, Sunday August 18

last ? It ..m. and 8il3 p._
week In Gainesvilleher 11 A.M&SP.M.

:.nney daughter Mrs. W. F. 11:00 A. 51. _IIo'y' Communion and Reception I SPONSORSOf Sunday 19 a.m.School; B.T.U.every 7:15 Sunday p.m. __ By Vacation Supply :Minister


llUe Strickland and Charlto of New :Members The Church Page .. Everyone Wf'IeoJll1
Glenn Thomas attended a --=- Sunday School 9:13 A. M.

bell) game in Jacksonvilleay BY TilE CHOIR DEDAN: BAPTIST CIIt'RCIIBrooker Uaptl Training Union 6:15; P. M.
MUSIC
night. Tip Top Super :Market Fla.Rev. .

r and Alvarez Store C. A. Crosby Pastor ALL WELCOME -
:!n of Mrs. Alex Barnes: and Hollywood Camera !Sunday School __________ 3 P. M.

Mr Rising/ were frusats & Gift Preaching ____________ 4 P. M.
and Mra. F. E. WaUonamily BAPTIST CHURCH ShopII.
Sunday. PINE LEVEL C. Wall Agency Prayer Meeting each Thursday I Celebrating Pastor's AnniversarySunday
8:30 P. M.
n 1"* Roy Reynolds and son W. E. Hall. Pastor Carpenter'sCocaCola
Rev. September 1 at Church
a:1.: ,
of Sanford are visitingand ; Bottling Co. FIRST rimisTH.v! CHURCH ,
141 relatives here this I Leila's Christian ft: Call Street' Interesting Program

0(. Koch Drug Store Bible School __ ._ ____ 10 A. M.I

f* Eva Strickland of Nichols That Is Doing Tyus Dry Goods Preaching, 2nd *: 4th Sunday A. J. Thomas General ChairmanI
r* Piest : "Little" Church __ A.M.AaP.31..
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl The DriHirers' Furniture Co.Hobbins' --11 *. A. Kennold: Publicity Chairman
|7 and<> family. "Big" Things Mid-Week Prayer rvleeWlldnla I Paul Raymond Reception ChairmanE.
''Wdali! _.____ 8 r. M.i
Reynolds of Hanfordm I ? -
I). Tenley Arrangement Chairman
Hart Furniture Co.
our school Monday. We TER KINGDOM Woman' Mit.lon ry Council
'bel1l glad to see RandaU again COME .,HELP US BUILD LORD Florida Bank at Starke business meeting at church (Advertising. Sponsored by I....'* Bible CIau)

was one of our pupils last MJke, ilaruca Ut- a4- 8- t' TluiTeday. ... 8 P. ,.

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DRADFORO 'ninty Telegraph hall publish this Harrison. O 1.-removed Xoefiel. Mrs Dorrlii-removedNomel Notice IN NOTICE hereby given] MALE Of klltPl.itf
returned IM rmrtlT cot HT. J..welremov..cIN..II..I. that th.under..lgned I
ion "
Evelyn Stump V B. removed 0
Lot \','v. PI.OHIItAl 1% 411\%- Order In next hand font and weekly official IMHUOH.WttneHM seal Harrell Hunter ]3uKene>-removed W. H. Jr.-removedNomel are engaged In business The .. S. : O.
mv
kee Sanday after spending a ..< Kit V. ., rjmlal Htiukf Florida thin August 1!%, Hunter Hlmmle B._removedHoUKXH ElIsab.lh-removed. under the flctltloua name of the sale of ", I 1d"
Johns it
H rl Plaintiff. va u..orll.cea..edPh milTheae
Market od !
MrxV. M removed pappiiM Tip Top Super located at by the '
S'h"t
JlontlceUo,, the guest Johns, 1efendant. ('a." N" jOl/4/ 111/9.! IIlla..b..lhr"mov..dPa""a. Call In .r'"ms DOl
mat all Kant St. the chased
... SEAL) A J Thomas Harley Abble It.-removedHolllnwawnith. 111: City ofStark. with 'h. ..
PUBLICATIONANn ,
OKDKR AsFClerkAof I iulK-removed ... Bradford County early I ,, a
moved
this
James F- Florida
e t fter. alder.Mra.: W. H Thoma,. NOTICE .TO API'F.AHflTAT' ..aid Court PvttlnatlFred. A.removed and Intend to register the Maid flctltloua yvarblanket.rrnj rh Jr.
Mrs.Beulah C. 'onner, D. C. tllrmon, Woodrow-removed ,
I.ucllle ,
] OF FLORIDA to liy M.de..a..dI >4
BLarkf, Flu. Mrs. n"bar..muvedlIudy Kaybln M name In the Office of the nrng 'eAyM'
Frank I-nndrum, HlnHon
Johns, 14 Hurlock 4li"rest I r. .
Ill and Mrs J. H Dupree and Hufralo: New York. Ally for I'll. 8.,8 4t -/ ( Charles, Jr._rnmovedIUMklnH I Atlnnremov..dHaynor uusremoveditudd. Clerk of the Circuit. Court of Bradford j
> H. 0.removedHuliingsworlh County Fla-Mr. and Mra C. In"uV '
+&tnr. Nancy are spending: a Hcptnnln-r You are 1C required, 1046 to In aUpcur the above u" 't\ Illllir ( 01 IIT. 1IHAI>POHII ) Mildred c.-r..moved William T.-removed ff Nasworthy .and J. W D.mver. and may sealed be 't.*h p 'h.rl, to

.*.mk>*vacation with relatives. named Court and rauHe. whtieliplalnlirt '01'>'IV. Kl.Olimtt 1M CHAMKrnfMt : HUKH!. Irvlnll-remuved Mtroman,, Sirs Harry W.H.removed.Hlro"an 8.--deceanedMtavrlunoM 324 N. "'alnutIt./: ., Starke.: Fla. Friday. AUK"bid, tJ I'lu,<'II t
Kruclfun!' ( Bit Y. Harrison 'r..nk-removed 8-18 4t 8-8 A. M. to B/fro1'
ta Live Oak and other points. seeks divorce f Hudson. Plaintiff, v.. Mary Harrison Mrn EIII..lh-removed N. O-removed 12:110.:

> Hudson, Defendant. Cane No. 6001 Holtxondorf Wilmer T:removed Simpson Samuel. T.wmov.dI4I0n. -
ORDER OK PPRL1CATIOV Hancock Baymond-removed Hoy M-removed
ANT NOTICE: TO APPEAR BertIrvingremoved Hchults, Adeline-removed
U.
Now Serving A Full W.C.T. KTATK OF FUOItlDA to: Mary Hunt, Ada-removed Sweat, Illley-removed
Hudson. whose residence U unknown Hunt, T. A.-removed Small A raKO-removed
"A U'pnNe' Holland removed Smythe, MrM.. Annie Kathleenremoved -
Line of Regular Din a permissiongranted Heryl- Clothingand
by Hume competent( You ar4 required to appear oSiptnnibHO Holland,' B J.removed Seymour John M.-deceased
Harris, LeroyremovedHardy
16, 1946. In the above
nerd Short Orders and authority to do an act which, mimed Court and cause. wherein Ju..nllar.mov..dI Sanira Ham, J.-removed W.-removed
without Hiirh wouldbe Meek. divorce. Pradfor"ni.nty Sandra-removed Hpurkman
permlaRlon plaintiff
Edna HdecaaeedThornquest
this I Huffman, ilertruderemoved Thomas, :
Sandwiches: Illegal".-(Supreme Court of Order In Telpgrifph next four shall weekly putillxh laauei. Johns, A. H.-deceaxedJoneB. Jennie-removed ShoesFOR
Ohio In two different aalixjnIlrnnne Witness my hand. and official D C.-removed Thornton, wllllam-ren
A Clear:quiet eases). seal. I at 1946.1O".ICJAL Htarke. Florida, this August Jones Jenkins, Ada, Mra.V.-Elva removed F.-removed Torres Tucker, Fannie James J.-removed A.removedTucker
14.
-The National Prohibitionist Jackson w. Morrle removed Carrie B:removed
Place:To Eat.' ( SEAL) A. J TtiomaiVa Johnson. Hoy-removed Tlllakon, Katherine-removed .
IT STANDS REASON of laid Court.
TO. Clerk Treat Joycer..mov..dTlllRkoM
Jrffcoat Dot-removed
: that a law not enforced Inmerely .I. H. Harrlnnn. Jacksonville Fla.9-5 Knight, H. V.-removedKnlHht John-removed
8-16 4t
Ally for Plf. VemallleH, AloniaductaHed
Mrs H. V-removed
an unused law. When Kemp Mrs. Evelyn \\:-removed Wall Murla-deceaimdWltkoVHkl
IXIECAFE I lionently enforced If It does! not iv rinrrir COIHT. IIAUFOHUc'ol'I'rv. Kemp U 1...-removed B. K.-dttceaHedeatherHhee The Entire
'! FI.OHIOAl IV CHAN-
Famil
, aerompllHh Its purpose, it l I. tKHV.Rimjamln. Kaufman Koren Harry-r.mov..cJ Harry-removed \Wilson\ Frank, Mrs E.-Opal removed-removed J

then-an d,
If failure Urea.n woo Kite, Mm! .Flllen-removed Hattle-removedllllanii
No. 6008.OltllBIl \\ OdeM..ar..mov..dI .
PPBLICATIOV Kaufman, Mrs Anna C-removedLawiinn *
-The National Prohibitionist. OF Mra. Adarenovell.ydch I John I*removed
702TEMPLE: HTATK AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR t,.: Florin 111... R. W.-removed Walter-l.lllla Mae-removed Every day is bargain
..
AVE.LRT'S liieenwoml: whose residence la un ,Lecln, I..dor-removed Evelyn-removedl.erln tt Yojnn, ,III. Cora L.-removed da


known.You are required 18 1946 to appear In the 01Htptemhrr ecln Lloyd,, Mm Molly. Marble-removed-removed :NOTICE: at the *

GET THESPEEDX Monday August I'.nh! 19J8, In the Lake, UI.Ldyremo.,1 Notice IM hereby given that the *
f allow named 'ourt and cauuawherein Undxey, A. L.-removed. City Council of the City of ytarke,
SURE plaintiff eeeka divorce.Bradford l.lmlxey. Mm. A. I,.-removed Florida will hold a meeting In the
GO County Telegraph shall McCoy Starling-dead" City Hall at Rtarke Fli'll'ld. jit
l>ul>llHh this Order In next four MiClune, T. K., Jr.-.removedMrPiinhlon 9:30:: P. M, September 6tTi w: t). f
ACDINDIGESTION weekly |HHU. ..HWltneHi I CeaHer- nmovetlMcFanhlon 104rt for the purpose of hearing
SKATINGOpen mv hand and official seal Walt removed complaints from owners or agents STAR
at Htarke, Florida this August 16. McClune, Mra. T. K.nmov..dMcKlnn..y. of owners of teal Estate, Personal Stor
1U4AUFFICIAL, Volley- ( SISAL) A. J Thomas. Jamenremoxed Property, the values of which have .
1 An. Clerk of Bald Court Merrill Thomar..mnv..cIII..r..pr. been fixed by the City Assessor of
I lly UtKllle C Conner; D. C. !Mick-removed Taxes. and accepted by the CouncilIfy .
Nightly Except v I JaikHonvlll' Fla Murphy C D.removedNoegel / order of the City Council
> s I 1t :hry.I for r'iir'. 9-li 4t 9-6 I. WilliamremovedNo."I. August 6, 1946 ..
Ifonday 7 to 10:30 1 M. Maxlne. -removed It CARL JOHNS, Clerk
.... BRADFORD
1V: .iiiKtir toi ,
mm rCarpenter's ('O*.MY. FI.OHIUAI 1M HIA1-<< : - - - -
(KHV. "" "w w W P P p ps j
Edward (oJ. May (formerly. known y
Saturday and
Friday Storr HH. Erich May). Plaintiff, ..... Jennie.
Drug
Sunday 2: to 5 I*. M. Also jolly May. Defendant Cane No.:

6009onDEn OF PUBL.ICATIOMANI I
NOTICE TO APPEAR
STATI3 UF FIXilllDA to: Jessie
Jolly !May whose residence and
NEW MAPLE address IN. 3 Hlbhald St., Dundee FOR MEN ONLY

HavingA (Angus) Mcotland .
You ads rfnulred to appear on
Heptember. It 1. 1946 In the above
FLOORNew Soon? named Court and .,.cause wherein
Wedding plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
County Telegraph shall publish this
order In next four weekly IMAUOMHval .
at Ktarke.. Florida this August .
IB, 1049UFFICIAl .
Shoe Skates ( SEAL> A. J. Th maAa .
Clerk of mild. Court.

For Rent and Sale Have the Pictures lly Lucille C. Conner ,D C. Chin Whisker
'r. Frank I.andruin Stai ke>. Fla. ContestSPECIAL

Made by Atty. for !Plf.\lOTI" C. H 8-16 4t 9-8 ,

The City Council met August 13th.
SHARPLESSROLLER T. H. OsborneWRITE 1941, .at aiurko Fli>rlda, to revise
the r..IMlrllllonokM of the Cityof
Htarke Florida, and the following .
BOX 423 names. were stricken from the ( LADIES CONTEST LATER
)
hooka for the reason Htated The
RINK OR CALL-AT Council will he III session on the
20th day of August ,1943, at 11:341:
i IOO\EK BROS. STUDIO o'clock P. M, to hear complaint .
Such Great MenThe
If any and to More any names
Green Cove Springs that have been erroneously stricken.Alexander .
W. U.-deeeamdAndem I MostOriginal
-L Dlrs.{ ManKle-removed:
Austin J. F.-deceanmlAklnn as Lincoln,
Alvln-removed
Angelo A. J.removed
Angelo Arthur A.-removed
t AdklnH., Everett E.-removed Grant, Shaw
Anicelo Nick Anthony-removed
RADIOSFOR 8 Alexander, Mm T. (-removed and Unique % 'k L
Alexander T. O.-removed *t/
Angelo, Mary A.-removed and
Allen, T. M.-removed
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Austin, I II -removed ContestEver .
Bishop: Nina ILdeceasedHennelt
'- Annie Mae-removed +% Many Others
Hat tie Itowera-removed 1
RCA 55. complete with btry. & aerial ___ __ 18.50 llryant W. H.-removed Presented
,
RCA-64F3 complete with btry. & aerial 13.50 l-ryan ,Mae T, -A.removedlliliiMnn -deceased
ChinWhiskers
Admiral Farm Set complete with btry. & aerial 17.50 ''lirown, Z.-lemovedHaUden Wore
J. 8-removed
to the Men
Burch, W. C.-removed
Send for our list of other available Hurch Mr.. Jo."phln.-rnov..d, ,
Hurke Hience-removed ,
Farm Home and Auto Radios Burke, Nflldred-removed '
Huxton Jim-removed America rIt
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t'. Ab removeil,
rirer -
Brock, Kdna: -removed 'Why Not You?

NATIONAL RADIO SERVICE Harry LeonaremovedBaggett, Uulld.-removed

lliiUKxtt Grady 11.-removed

I<09 Miami ltd. Jacksonville 7 Fla. Blnkley Mamie-removed
Brady Stacy -removed '
History Itself!
Chambers., (1 S.-removed Repeats
Mail Orders Accepted Send 20 percent. with COD Cooper It. M.-removed
orders. Cooper, !Mm K. M.-removed
alley, Lydla'demeaned.
Colllni, T. C.-removed
Carlton H. .-removed "A
Carnaiilon, W. N.-removed
Carnation Adallne-removed NOWThe
Cappe, J. O.-removed
Cook, Luclle-removed
Croft, H. H.-removed
Carroll Zona-removed
Chambers, L. n.-removed
dI n n au nC E m n / Crosby, Uaymond-r.n.oved Man
E. L'hrlntodoulou. 8pero_removed] Who Can Grow The Best and Most Neatly
Caulhen, Ira-removed
Lreekmore, Mm. Kdna-removed

Curry Creekmore, Llnnle Joab-removed-removed Trimmed Set of Chin Whiskers (Goatee) Starting ,From

(L'ooey, Betty-removed

m Cook.Cox lne Leona_removedBarter D.-removed Monday, August 19, 1946, Until Contest Ends Saturday,

( Kftlo-removed

Carter W. !8.removedChrlatudoulnu!, Laura-removed September 28, Will Be .

Denmark' P..SJ.-deceased
;, Coming soon f lowllnv[ Mrs. a S.remove"nrucker. .

Drucker l Mr.Ixiule-BUIe removed-removed The Winner of f beautiful f I Wrist Watch !

Week of September 1st 1 ; Davle Dukes,, Kddle Curtle--removtd removed a i t

Dukes L Mrn Madeline-removeilDrew. d '. .
Homer T. removed Ii.
Miss Winnif red Mountain t t' Da via, Earl E.-removed-
:ute>. I'ororr-remo. Given by Barley F.
i Siitee. Ralph n.-r.mo.e.] Strong'I
Edwards filvle removedCvane
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will be :
at our store Sirs .Grant-removed
Articles."I 31more, i ola-removed3d
ward*. E, O.-removed Local
DufJurry Toilet rrledler.Edwards, Jack J. W.-.removed Jr.-removed Jeweler -- 137 W. Call St.

Pruchtman. David-removed
You .,. ierrara, Frank F.-removed
r 'errara, Vlneenao-removed .
rledler.< Ulllan-removed ,
.france. Frank K.-remov.d
may obtain ip France' Edythe-removed
Fairbanks, H. N.-removed'Mllyaw JUDGES
..' Johnnie-removed Mayor Charles Darby, Sheriff A. O. Andreu
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Flores, Frank C. removedrioree.
free advice from Miss Mountain {' :.J Mr.. Orena--removed .

">'oleon. Woodroiv. W.-rentovedolaon. I
Mr.. iris Edna-removed and Col. D.E. Knight
about your beauty needs > "'orn.t. Jim-removed .
Ferry Mre. M ry-removed i I
till, Mrs; Fay-removed
Irani. Ella-removed
I and also J' ,' loodman. Mr. Annlemo..edUrant ] RULES of CONTEST-1.
Joe.-removed All Contestants Must Come In Our Store and

methods of lIreen.loodmanVm.Mary-removed.. Earl-removed] Renter: With a CLEANSHAVEN Chin
nji 7: proper beauty treatments. Irlffle, J. W.-rentovedIrlffie During the Coming Week -

Mre. J.N'.-removed August 19th to 24th to Be Eligible.
lottlleb. NamremovedGottlieb. No. 2. No Fake Whiskers Allowed.
Be sure to visit our store Mra. flam-reniovedIreen. 3.
( A. J.-removed Cooperation of Wives Essential
rreen. Alma-removed
during the week of T (Hbney, J. W.-removedIrandoff. .
() J. [{.-removed
trandoff. !Mra! Mary-removed

September /stand lanlple.: ,Alban Vincent J-O removedllorjano .-removed

Gang, Holoman-removed
(long, !oJlnnlr.mo..ed! Harley F.

obtain this advice FREE (()loldman, Howardremo..e"IIrlffln. Henry- removeilIrlffln Strong

Hilda-removed
(}i ldman, Samuelremovedtllov.r
Pouter-ivmoved
Illlla, W. II-removedlallairher.
Koch Drug Store ( C. J.-removed Gift

laeklna. ,, Harold Virginia ILremovedMttlleb -removedlaynor Headquarters For Fine Jewelry

( Joe-removedlarnen
STARKE. FLORIDA O L.-deceteedtail Camp Blanding Jeweler Since 1941 Most Beautiful'
John-removed Store In Starke
Harrell. Mre. V. B.-removed
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-- returned l< CIHCVIT cornToi nRAPFnnn',' I'nunty Telegraph *hall publish this Harrison O. L.-removed I Noeirel Noeirel, Jewel Mrs. Dorrl-removedNoeitel _removed I I Notice In NOTIOn hereby given that the !I ",U.t] OF "IIIPII...
a Evelyn Stump 010' 1'811"
foul weekly iMsuea.Wltneio Harrell V B.-removed LN ,
<- STY, rruHiii.tKarl IS ( R'II.tn : Order In next removed I .
hand and official neal Hunter Joutrenremnv"d \\,. H. Jr.- undersigned are engaged In bUKt.n. I The Ne'huol o.
'IIDe Sunday after upending a ( Y. Di-ula Htarke.my Florida thin August 12. Hunter Hlmmle' B._removedHodwes Noetrel JolIsab.tb-removpd I .....) under the fictitious name of the sale ot Boarll ''la,
Juh" ". Plnlntlff. vs it .rtah,, aat!
.Ioh,, Defendant Case No. :5004OHI () 19U. !Mrx. W. M.-removed Hup pa H, U..orll'edece..edPhillip" I Tip Top Super Market located at ed by the S"h" ,I :,.nhi aO
_.",aionttccllo, an the gueatC >Ell! OF PUBLICATION (OFFICIAL SISAL A., J. Thomai Harley Abble R.-removedHollinicswoi JoU..bethr..nuvodPappa. I I 11.1: East. Call St., In the City of cball..1 with 'h,. I tI 1\" ci ""(
.. IgulsrentOVeilPettinati. I '
IfI A.- I 51st 'rh, .
TTed register
Intend to the said ? ,
OF FIX3RIDA t>. MrHciilnh Hy Lucille C. "'onner D. C. Woodrow-removed and flatltlouH I 0 rug,' II'::
Johns, 14 unlock l Mneelluffalo T. Frank Landrum. Slarke. Fla. Hlnxon Mrs. He I)a-removed Kaybln M. l\1.-dec..alled i name In the Office of the I blankets. and ,' I ':' '
Mfc: mat Mn. J. H. Dupree and New York. Atty. for }'If. 8-n 4t 9-8 hardy Charles, Jr.-remoxedlluxklns :Roth Allan-removed I Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hrad.I I These erood. :
I Havnor, HUM-removed I ford, County Fla. -Mr. and Mrs. C. 'ci 111 :
oil H. (1.removedIlollingsworth may be 11
You required to '
dUeqjhtifr. :Clancy are spending abs September are 16. 1446 In anpcai thi, .iln>vnnmeit .' linn ir 'OC'II" im.II>K<>III> Mildred C.-removed Itudd. William T.-removed I H. Nasworthy .and J. W. Unaver I and .eal..d InMPe' .'pd .: :hu rt lOr
....." vacation with relative. Ktroman, Harry H.-removedMi 324 N. Walnut St., Starke Flit. iiti iceU I!.
Court and cause ..h<>rel ( ''I'%'I'Y. FLOIIIIi IX plaintiff seeks divorce. Hi ad ford (.t:1I V.f Harrison 'rank-r..mov..d roman, Mrs. W. 8. 8-11 4t 9-6 A. M. to 22 III.I
*. LAva Oak and other points. removed 12:00.: ..
.. removed HtavrlanoM. N. (I.-
f HndHon Plaintiff v. Mary Harrison Mrs Ellxabeth- I-- : i
MiKlMon Defendant. Case No. 6U05.OIlIlKrt Holtaendorf Wllmer T.-removed Simpson Samuel T.-temoved ._ _
OK Pl'HLICATION Hancock Raymond-removed Stone toy M.-removed ies aV
W .C.T. U. ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR Hertz Irvlncrremov.dII Hchultm! Adeline-removed
Now Serving A Full HTAT15 OF FLORIDA to: Mary unt, Ada-removed Sweat, Rlley-removed
hudson, whose resilience U unknown Hunt T. A.-removed Small AraKO-removed
IJne of Regular Din. "A license In a pprml..llion Holland Heryl-removed 'Sniythe, MIM. Annie Kathleen- Clothing

granted by Home etonpeten You are required to appear on Holland,* H. J.-removed removed deceased /
M.
John
Seymour, -
U 1946 In the above Harris, J.eroy-r.mov..d
ners.Short Orders and authority, to do an act whirl Heptembpc named Court, and ,cause, wherein Hardy, Juanlta-removed Hanira, I.mrf'muvedNparkman. //I\

without such permission would Itlnlntlff.. seeks divorce. Pvadfordr I Hall, Uandra-removed J. .W.i'eniovedThomnagEdna. H.deo.asIiI ... i nvFKIOAY
:
(iertrtmde-ra'moved
'.. Huffman
this
Hhall
SandwichesA Court of ) Telegrifph publish .
bfi'
illegal"-t4uprcme( '
uiner In next four weekly Issues. Johns, A. II.-deceased
Ohio, In two different saloon. Witness my hand and official Jones, D. C.-removed

CZe1Y.n;quiet lIC'eDIM cases). neal I at Htarke Florida, this Auc- Jones, Ada V.-removed I
list 14, 1046.OFFICIAL : Jenkins, Mrs. Elva F.-removed
-The National Prohibitionist A. J. Thomas. Jackson W. Morris removedJohnson IJ
Place:To:Eat. ( SEAL.)
IT STANDS T(\ REASON \s Clerk of said Court. I Royremovel.Jei'fcmat -
t. M. Harrison, JackHonvllle, Fla.Atty. Out-removed AUGUST 18. 1916 BRADFORD COtTNTT; TEUEQllAPII
that a law not enforced I Imerely III for Pit. 8-J 4t 9-e Knight H. V.-removed ;

an unused law.VI 15 I I Kemp Knight Mrs.Mrs.Evelyn H. V.-W.removed-removed IV: (.uu...IF (OI'IIT ln"IIFo"n. at Starke Florida, this August-- 5, Nl'ltonn. I ,. ,

\ I IXiE honestly enforced If It dor not 01 ruiri'iT'MTV' FLOIUUla(01 HT. HitAitPonn IM: CHAN: : Kemp It. L.-removed t'ol"vr". K1.0HIUAI ... (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs
, accomplish ltd It I.. Koren, IlarryrernovedKaufman ; "
purpose ( I.U V.lIenjamin. :
I'a'uV'vv El a- Clerk of said Court.
HarrremovedKite. Lowe, Plaintiff vs. STNrl, PP!
then-and not 'till then a : Greenwood, Plaintiff' vs. M. A.-removed flora K. Lowe Defendant. Case: No. fly Lucille C. Conner D. C. N'eis'ani'lla l'I.oJi\n\ 411
Flnrlne tires n w o o d, Defendant.fane *. 'I /" I
... o. Hrown Starke Fla
if CAFE failure. 5006.OItIEIt Kite, Mrs .Ellen -removed : ::1111 r' C .1Ict ii
P..ohlbitiouillt. No. OF PUBLICATION Kaufman Mrs. Anna C.-removLuwson 48ll3bRDBH OF PUBLICATION Atty. for Plf. 8-0 It 8-30 YOU a 81....
-The National Mrs. Adar.mov.dI.yrlrh AND NOTICE 'l'() APPBAK8TATK SeitldmttI, I I. II,
v AND NOTICE TO APPEARHTATM PELI c'TI"N I" '
702TEMPLE: .ii.' fc'I.nrilDA to' KlorlneUreenwood Mrs. R. W.-removed OK FLORIDA to: 1 lea- NOTICE named" I' 18 Ii,
; i'--whose;- .-... denc.I.Is -un- Lecln Evelyn-removedLecln nora K. Lowe whoso residence Is I, Charles A. Darby Mayor of "IIllntlrt nc I") '.....
AVE.LET'S I..ador-remov"d :2.121 17th Street .Camdon N. J. Starke, Florida. by virtue of the Count 'r. roo. LOrel..r
known.fuu required to on Lloyd Mrs Marble-removed Vi>u are required to appear on authority vested In me by law. do ,d,ti ., ''' hail gal,
appear
are named hereby call an election to be held "'kl,
Hvptembvr 16 1946.! In the Lecln Molly-removed September: 8, 1U46. In the above Willi.
,", GET THE MondaUIl'II..t 19t1., 19.46, In the Lake, Cllady.remov.el,1.lnd..ey Com and cause wherein plain at the City Hall In the Aforesaid seal al''I'4 F'"rj
above named Court and cause, A. I*-removed tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County town by the qualified Voters on gust I. :' ''da, I IOFFII'l.
f SPEEP) SURE wherein plaintiff s e e k dlvorte. I.lndMey Mrs. A. L.-removed Telegraph shall publish thin OrderIn Tuesday September 10 1940 for the ( .\I I. ..1,. II"
GO Bradford County Telvtrruph shall McCoy, Htarllng-dead next four weekly Issues.. purpose of electing; the following As Clerk I. un I S'
RELIEF FOR ACIP puhllxh. this Order In next four McClune, T. K., Jr.-removed Witness. my hand and official seal officers: Zac.h 11. n .II. "
weekly iKHlies. MrF'HHhlon Ceaser_removedMcFanhlon at Sturke, Florida this AuffUS} 7. Three AldermenDonatIng Atty. tar, I'lr "I ItNtl
SKATINGOpen Witness mv hand and official seal Walter-removed 1916. to Bradford Health i.i
INDIGESTIONREX50 at Htarke, Florida, thin August 15, McClane, Mm. T. K.-removed (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Cllnlo -
I 9411. McKlnney, Volley-deceasedMayes A.. Clerk of said Court. For N ':
(OFFICIAL SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas, James-removed Icy Lucille Conner D. C. Against Notice I ItIdebI ?
As Clerk of said Court Merrill Thomaremov"dM..r.r J. C. Durrance, Jacksonville Via. Inspectors of said election: J. L. undersigned .in,. eli,2,
I ICrpentor's Hy Lucille C, Conni'f, ,' D. C. :Mick-removed Alt)'. for Plf. 8-& f Nightly Except q .1. 8. HarrIson, Jacksonville Fla. Murphy, C. D.-removed o I..Willf. H. Wainwright, and North Starke I< i .''sK ,I .
8-111 Noeftel William removed T. a. m Chura'> 1.0.
VSWA Atty. for Plf. 4t 9-8 iv riitrviT cot-nr VHADFORDOINTV. of '
7 to 10:30 P. AI. Starke, Bradford COUll'
Ifmday In testimony whereof. I hereunto
Noeuel, Maxlne. -removed (' "'KLOUII\I IV tUANSanmel : ida and I
in riitcrrr coiur. iiiiAi>Fonu t'I1IIY. subscribe my name and cause the said tnttnd to ar'
rOI'VI'V.. .cnUIJU" I.M ( ICItV.Kdward. trace E. Burch, Defendant. Case aftlxed this the 7th day of August/ the l'1"rk "t the Ch'.at :
Saturday and 1 K. May (formerly known A. D., 1948. Bradford 'ounty Fla '
Friday No.
Drug Storrmimm as Erich" May), Plaintiff, vs. Jessie t tER OP PUBLICATION CHARLES A. DARBY Johns, Om half Into"'I';
SuiMUy 2 to 5 P. M. Also! ,,,llly May Defendant. Case No. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR (OFFICIAL SEAL) Mayor Fla.wards, One halt Int, .t

6001) STATE OF FLORIDA to: Orace ATTEST: 1.1,
ORDER OF PUBLICATION E. Burch whose residence U un- Carl Johns, City Clerk. 8-9 5t 9-6 -
mm ANI> NOTICE TO APPEAR known. IN! riHCHT fOIST

HTATK'! OF FLORIDA to: Jessie You are required to appear on IN CIRCUIT co nr. BRADFORD CKItV.1': ri-"IU.*'Bat L.,
NEW MAPLE Jolly May, whone residence and FOR September 0, 1948 In the above nam- COUNTY: FLOHIDAl CIIAN-;
address Is 3 BlblmM St.. Dundee
: ed court and cause wherein plaintiff CKHV.: 5'i'nTJyrk' \ Plaintiff *
HavingA (Angus) Hcotlund.: seeks divorce. Bradford County Marguerite, Hall Pardee, Plaintiff. Caw to
You lire required to appear on Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn vs. Lee 13. Pardee Defendant. Case ORDEH OP PIULICA*!
Hi'|>tc inbf r IffU III, In the above AND .NOTICn APP
next four weekly issues.Witness No. 4M1. TO
FLOORNew Wedding Soon? plnlntlff tinmed Court seeks and divorce.,'aUHe. Hradford wherein my hand and official seal ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND STATK OF. .FLORIDA",
Kirk who, resIdence
at Starke Florida this August 7. NOTICE TO APPEAR and
bounty Telegraph shall publish thisOrder 1U46. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Lee B. is Blum Stiost Oarnmlll(
In next four weekly issues.seal (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.As Pardee. whose residence and address You art required to IL
at Htarke. Florida this Auiruxt Clerk of -said Court. In Short: Beach, Connecticut.You Septemho: 2nd, 1916, In I It,
15, 1946.i1)FFICIAL lly Lucille C. Conner D. C. are required I to appear on named Curl mini cats,
Shoe Skates HEAL) A. J. Themao, J. C. Inirrance Jacksonville, Fla. September 9, 1948 In the above named plaintiff je-kn divert. B
As Clerk of said Court.
Att for Pit. 8-9 4t 8-30 and wherein County TulpRnipri I Ihan ,
) court cause, plaintiff pub
For Rent and Sale Have the Pictures 'I Hy*. Frank Lucille Lttndrum.C. Conner otutke,I>. C., Fla. ChinThe seeks divorce. Bradford County Order In next toUt we.klr i
IV CIRCUIT Cot'RT, BHADPOnDCO Telegraph shall publish this Orderin Witness ni) hand nd
Att for IMf. 8-18 4t 88NOTI't'
Made ) >TV, PLOIMUAl IN CHANCEHV. next four weekly Issues.Witness seal at Stark Florida, u
by my hand and official seal 29, 1941

The City Council 'iru-t August 13th, James R. Cornellous Plaintiff, vs. at Starke Florida this August 8. (OFFICIALLj A. t'
1944 at Btarkn Florida. to revise Anna Kelmo Cornellous Defendant.Case 1948. As Clerk ',t ulcl Conn
T. H. OsborneWRITE
T. Frank
SHARPLESSROLLER Lnndium StarktAtty.
the reglNtratlou biiukw of the Cityof No. 49112.ORDER (OFFICIAL, SEAL A. J. Thomas
for Plf
Starke: Florida and the follow- OF PUBLICATION A. Clerk of said Court. 1.1|
BOX 423 log names were stricken from the AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Hy Lucille C. Conner D. C.
looks for the reiiHnn stated. The STATIC OF FLORIDA to: Anna. T. Frank Landrum Starke. Fla. IN (lItet I'r (OIRT, sat
RINK OR CALL.AT Council will lie In session on thelOth Kelmo Cornellous. whose residence Atty. for Plf. 84t 8-30 Cot >I'l', KI.OIIIlHiCBHV. U
: day of August. ,1948 at 1 39 Is 1514 North Peach Street Phil- .
1100\ En BROS. STUDIO o'clock P. M, to hear complaints. adelphia. Pennsylvania.You .. IJt CIHC4JIT COITHT MRADFOIID Robert J.inuBurton, Plait
If any, and to restore any names are required to appear on COUNTY: FLOHIUAl IN CHAN.CKIIV. Virginia Rvan Burton, fef
CIftII Cove Springs that have been erroneously stricken September ft, 1946 In the above named : Case No. 4974.ORIElt ,
Alexander W. U-deceased "UostOriginal Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Lula E. Harley. Plaintiff, vs. Mike OP PUBLICA'-

..- v sfl,- .. "" Anders, iblrs.{ Maggie\ -removed seeks divutuo. Bradford County Harley D..tendan'Ca... No. 4988. AND NOTICE TO APP1
Austin J. F.-deceased Telegraph shall publish this orderIn ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND STATE OF FLORIDA (aRyan :
Akin, Alvln-removed next four weekly Issues.Witness NOTICE TO APPEAR Rurton whose rail
Angelo A. -removed my hand and official seal STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mike unknown. .
Angelo Arthur A.-removed at Starke Florida, this August 8, Harley whose residence and address You are required to.,

Adklns, Kverett K.-removed 1948. Is Orangeburg, .South Caro September 2nd 1946, in I lb
Angelo Nick Anthony .removed (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, lina. named Court and canw,
RADIOSFOR I Alexander Mrs.. T. U.removed and Unique As Clerk of said Court. You are required to appear on plaintiff seek cllvor,.. B
Alexander T. U.-removed By Lucille C. Conner D. C. September 9, 1948 In the above named County Telegraph ball pobOrder ,
,
.Angelo' Mary A.remov.dAII..n. Charles R. Hess Jacksonville Fla Court and cause, wherein plain In next four weekly
T, M.-removed Atty. for Plf. 8-9 4t 8-30 tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County Witness my hand ani

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Austin, f. .-removed Contest Telegraph shall publish this Order seal at Starke, Florida, U
Hlfthop, tn'l( U.-deceaHedItennett iv CIIICTJIT JOInT BRADFOHDrOTVTY. In next four weekly issues runt 1. 1944.OFFICIAL .
--- -.- .-- Annie IIIaer'uv..dlI..ttl. : FLORIDAI IN CIIA.V- Witness my hand and official ( SEAL) A..S.
lingers-removed CKHV.Catherine. seal at Starke. Florida this August As Clerk of said Court.
RCA 55. complete with btry. & aerial __, 48.50 I try it nt, W. U.-removed Ever Presented Barrlneau Gay: Plaintiff 7. 1946.OFFICIAL Zach H. D"uftla., Gain.nlAtty.
l-ryan.. Mae-removedllrlnson vs. Eugene Gay Defendant. Case ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas for Plf MIN
:
KCA-4F3.. complete with btry. & aerial 43.50 T. A.-deceanedllrown No. 989. As Clerk of said Court.

Z.-removedItfilsdeii ORDER OF PUBLICATION Hy Lucille C. <<
C.
aerial
Admiral Farm Set complete with btry. & 47.50
J. 8.-removed. ANaL NOT4CB TO APPEAR T. Frank Landrum, 'i4tPrk Fla. CIRCUIT C'Of liT, RRI
liuit'h, W. C.-removed to the Men STATK OF FLORIDA to: Mr. Att). for Plf. 8-9 4t 8-30 ('01''\TV 1.0811)n,
Send for our list of other available Mure'h, Mrs. Josepnlne-removed Eugene Gay, whose residence and CKHV.Edward.
-- Plaintiff,'"
liurke, Itrence-removed address Is Itoute 3, Box 15, (George Ore-ne,
Farm Home and Auto Radios Burke, Mildred-removed town South Carolina or, % Mrs. IN CIRCUIT COITHT. BRADFORD lee Ureene Defendant C
luxton[ Jim-removed of America Alice Pitt. Wilson North Carolina. COUNTY FLORIOtI IN CHANMr.rl2 4988.
IVrger: Abe-removed You are required to appear on CEUY. ORDER OF prnucw
nrcf'k. Kclna: -removed September 9, 1946 In the above named SullIvan Plaintiff vs. Katie AND NOTICE TO APPl
NATIONAL RADIO SERVICE Harry. Leona-removed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Sullivan Defendant. Case No. STATE OP rURII '0:
Kuwgett, Oullda-removedHikicgett seeks divorce. Hradford County 4987.ORnER Qreene, wh" .ie ldenc.
OradH..-removed Telegraph shall publish this Order OF PUBLICATION known.
In next four AND NOTICE ",:""I '" 'p,
lilnkley, Mamie removed weekly Issues. TO APPEAR You arc i i" ]
1409 Miami ltd. Jacksonville 7, Fla. lirady, Htacy-removed- HistTl Witness my hand and official ...at STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs. September, ,il (946 In Ib

'hambers. O, B.-removed M Htarke Florida, this August 7, Katie Hill Sullivan, whose residence named Conn I ,nul! LOIS i
Hail Orders. Accepted Send 20 percent with COD (Cooper 1\. M.-removed 1 9 46. and address Is <\ Clarence Hill Box: plaintiff. .....k,11\ rce. r,
orders. Cotper Mr. R. M.- removed OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas, 411, Itoute 3, West Denton Marland. )- County Teloirraph. ihalliniOrder ,
('"II..y. lydla-d.e..a..1 As Clerk of said Court. r'a'!*' SIrs, Stella Locates, I In u "et 'n I\"kll'
Hy' Lucille C. Conner, D. C. Lot Oak Street ',I I-1
Collins, T. C.-removed Laurel Delaware. Witness. 'i''' 1.1
"arlton, H. A.-removed T. Frank Landrum, Starke: Fin. You are required to appear on I I seal at St.u't ,, l I-'; ''I1* 'U
(rnrnaslan W. N.-removed Atty. for IMf. 8-9 4t 8-30 September 9, 1U4S In the above named I 81. 19ld.OFFI'TAI..
C..rna.lon.. Adallne-removed :: : Court and cause i wherein plaintiff _( -W1.! l.' .\. I.
lapps, J. Q.-removed iv incur t'ohit'r. iiitti>Foitn seeks divorce. Bradford County As Clerk r I I'' Jrt.
( 01' 'I'''. FI.OHIDU' I, Telegraph shall kroittin,,
( o>ok. Lurlle-re moved CIl.t.: publish this Order J. S.: Han ,i.n' .
CEILY. In
(Croft !:I. H.-removed next four' weekly Issues. Atty. for Plf '
Florence
Carroll. 2ona-removed Newman Rothfarb, Plain Witness my hand and official
lift vs. :Maurice ttothfarb. Defen seal .t Starke: Florida
hambers, L. B.-removedronby this August
dant.I..B No. 4988. 7. 11413.' '5 OTICB.
czrf nt ( Ita'mond-r.mov.d
nn ounce me ORDER: ,it, given
hrlstodoulou Hperos' -removed'uuthen. OF PUBLICATION (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Ntolce It- li" ,
irsremovedI're.Mntors AND NOTICE TO APPEAR All Clerk of said Court. und"rHlirn> il tIptOed. In.
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I Mrs. Udna: -removedreekmore. T.8.ATp OF FLOIUUA to: Maurice I ly| Lucille C. Conner, D. C. under the fl. >., !
Joab--removed Tr ), whose residence and ad- I T. Frank Landrum Starke.: Fla. forir Engln. f unpin"Ia' .
Curry, Llnnla-removed dress Antwerp, Belgium. Att). for Plf. g.j 4t g.80 : on North "h. > -
I YOU are required to ... of Htarke /1.,1', 'ooey.. Hetty removed
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('oak. Leans D.-removed M September' 0. I9 iii, In the above iiam" 11: "RCt'I' r'orItT. Intend- .fr.,,1"' (Ofn"Clerk "
.. 'ox. InesremovedCarter fll." ""V1 and cause, whereIn plulntjff ('ois'ry .LO.tlU"1 RIt'D"'OItD flctltloui nl"'." ,I' "S
Kffle-removed seeks divorce. Bradford County JElLY. 'N CUA.Vpdmondo of th. 'I.r "I'U! o.rt''

Carter W. IIf.renl..vedC'hrletod..ul..u. Se Telegraph .hall publish this Order tord |Fla. ,
Laura-removed In next four weekly issues I.lele OlomM, P I a Intltf, VII. -.3. 'M"lKA: I' do i"lrt.l"c
ienmark." P..$.Deceased Witness mv.han<' and official "....alIt.tark" Case No.I:andelll 4990. Uiombl Defendant. Starke. Via '-

; Coming soon howling, Mrs. a. 5.removedDruker : "J. Florida this August 7, OROEYt OF

irucker., Mrs Louis-Elsie removed-removed Th'eW (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, Thomas )) NOTICE PUDLICATION'AN TU APPEAR (, Kviv'---1
As Clerk of STATE 010'
Davis, lt.ddie-r.moved I said Court. Jo'LOUIDA to: Isida ('
Week of lit Bllndelli
September Hy Lucille
C. Giombi
ukes, (t.'urtlr.mov.dDu. Conner, D. C. whoa. residence CKIIV.
,
"Mrs.' Madeline removed TtSr"nk t"Jldrum' Starke, Florida and ad.lress III Via, Tislane. V..clllio Rosa Freden-k i'&i'Freeman
Nu. \t')
4. k'
>rew. Homer T.-rennoved for g9 4t 8-30 Trieste. Italy. J. F" ,Ie'
Miss \Vinnifred Mountain I You are r..qulr..d to 495
Davis, Earl B.-removed ( September appear on Case. No.
V 'ill-ItlI'r.mt'HT> nnnFonnCWKvJ 9.1946 In the abve (.1"
Elites: Djrory-removed ed Court nam.11 ORDERAND PI'DLlffiE
KMtes. lialph H.-removed : : 'LOIUII" IV tHAV.; : tire seeks and cause wherein plaJn- NOTICE f
divoe
will be at our store to demonstrate .t Edwards Sire Elvle I -removedEvans Annie Lee Sweatman. Plaintiff vs. Telegraph shall publish Bradford this County Order STATE! Oil'J. FI..IIRII1A wll ut :,d"
.drant removed
In Frederlrk :
LouIs "
"'atmn' U.f. next four Sulk'
Klmore Lois-removed I No. 4979. ndant. fcaseORDER Witness Weekly I..u". address Is: So.' 1 .
Edwards, K. O removed t at my hand and official seal You are r. Starke
DuBurry Toilet Articles. .' Edwards, J. W., Jr.remo".4"rl.dl..r. AND NOTICE OFkiTowtnmnn PUBLICATION TO APPEAR I, 19413. "Florida this August ,8. August 2+1. 19,If wheOl',.1 *10"S P
Jack-removed .
STATE OF (OFFICIAL and cause
Court
'LOltln.\: Louis SEAL) A. Z. .
Thomas
Fruchtman Davld-r.mov.d .
All
whose Clerk of seeks dlvorcchrrftki
> residence Is said Court. "
You Ferrara. Frank Fr.movedFarrar. un- .Fly l.u"lIle l .J"ILi?
-}" C. Conner Telegraph
D
.. .. Vtncenio-removed You are required T. Frank Stark C In next four ,vuk
to Landrumn ad
Frledler LI Ulan removed appear on FI...
.f Poptemher Ally '
9. U.ffln the above for I'll.: 1-9 Witness 11\\ turidi H>
France, Frank K.-removed nam- 4t 8-30 Sto1'l"I- "
may obtainFree Fairbanks, H. N.remov.4Flilyaw E'radford Count I'" CIltrtIT A. i'
Johnnie-removedFlores. .. 3\\ Telegraph shall publlllh this order CI'ST C0yy. 'BR.'DFORD (OFFICIAL PKAU .
In
next "'"r weekly issues %. FI'O''IUI iN C'UN_ As Clerk of .n'd' Ctul'
Frank C.-removed ( rk"
FRY,
advice from Miss Witness >I' ", 8tAtty. *
Mountain
hand "
my
V Flor., Mr. Orena-removed and official seal Leon Nelson T. Frank Lm -.;|
Poison Woodrow. W.-removed Plaintiff ".. Elsie .. for I'll
Folson. Mrs. Iris Edna-removed
about your beauty needs, Forrest. Jim-removed

F.rry're. Mary-removed .
Ulll. Mr.. Fay-removed -
Orant, Ella-removed
j and also 3' ,' Oondman. Mrs. Annie-removed RULES of CONTEST-1. All
Urant Jna.-removed Contestants Must Come In Our Store and
4treen. :Mary-removed
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Hf) 7 proper methods of beauty treatments. Hood ilrlffls.man.1. Wm.W..!removedOrlffls. Earl-removed Register With a CLEAN-SHAVEN Chin During the Coming Week -

Mrs. J. W.-removedOottlleb August 19th to 24th to Be Eligible.
Hani' -removed. No. 2. No Fake Whiskers Allowed.
Btf sure to visit our store Oottlleb, Mrs. Sam-removedllreen. 3.
A. J.-removed Cooperation of Wives Essential.
Ureen. Alma-removed '
during the week of r .lIhn.,.. J. \\'.-removedOrandoff. .
J. D.-removed
Urandofl. Mrs. :Mary-removed
(lanlple.' Alban J.-removed
September /stand Olordano.. Vincent t).-removedtlanir

lang. rtoloman-removed IIlInnlrenlo..ed Harley F.

obtain this advice FREE OoMman.llrlffln, lIo..ardr.n..dIIrUlin. Henry. -removed. StrongGift

Hlltia. -removed
Ooldman. Maniuel-remuvedOlover.
Foster-removedlllls.
<. \\,'. II.-removedOallavher
Koch Drug StoreSTARKE C. J.-remaved

()*.kins, Virginia-removed Headquarters For Fine
laynor. Harold n.-removed Jewelry

FLORIDA Oottlleb Hitynei. O Joe L.--.removed 4eoeaeedHall. Camp Blanding Jeweler Since 1941 Most

JohnremovedlIarreli. Beautiful Store In Starke"cK

Mrs V B.-removed
l Hull. Mrs. .Mad tw reuiuved

a