Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 23, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official County Publication Established In 1877 I I
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jXTV-EIGHT 8TA11KE, FLORrnA.FRIDy% ;. AI'til'ST; 23. 1919
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I Head Asks Public Cooperation I r\\ { Hercules, ,Bulldozers_ Root Stumps Eleven Enter Council Race j

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I Largest Field In City History

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The OF lUlatur.ILtCTIOMil Of 1048 the Section.CoD.rtlon 11 and of 12 of Tate." Article, by Vru Amending of thi latlv.fit The Session Legtalatur of 1847 shall and l from at th.time Ltgfat. r I Transfers Great Interest Aroused by Health
JII of th.Ud Constitution ol the to Realty
on.1l1utlon o' 5. mate of Florida .. Urn. thereafter enact law

71onda, < pasaamendment I JoLnt* to Re.oapo.ln' th.- vember.Adopted at 104.toe lAId General Amendment Elotlon to ot Pro No- the powers lunetlon duties and specifying compensation Department Issue First

the Stat o' World and vld. tor the Re-Numbering of Section Dated In paragraph of County I Tax of. this Collector Section desig 13. Woman Candidate
fieri ."re. ,. of all lIIe n> mD.rs 1.ct.dhoIII1 tution of the.atat. of Florid .. Adopted care, custody, reporting and dis
..not. on Mid at the General Election
that the In November bursement of all taxes
: collected by tIns
itlons wer .nter.a upon 1044, and to Amend Section 11 and 12 County Taxi Collector. Unprect'iicntiH.! intrrcvt in the City Election act for
with the of Article VIII of the
jreaaf Constitution
*\1.. Journal and they; did deterR'd'r.ct' the State of Florida and to Provide that of -4 I'.ca. ] estate transfer In Starke 'Tuesday, Sept. ]0. wan: evinced this: week by a field of 11
that th. laid Joint In the County of Hlllaborough State of HOUSE recently were highlighted
JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 110 byannounoomcnt
f. Si submitted to th. a actors Florida, the County Tax Aaaeasor shall A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing aa of the sale of thelong' candidates for the three places to bo filled on tho City Coun

3t to, at th* General Election In the Assess the Property of the County for Amendment to Article XVI, of th. Con. cil. Coasting!, nlonif with n total of three thin: time last
1 purpose of Levying State County, atltutlon of the State of Florida. By familiar J. M. Truby residence
1kFOPL: r. L A. IAY. Schools and Municipalities in the County Adding Thereto An Additional Section to at Cherry and Eighth week a udden, burst of interest before the deadline Tuesday
State r1ori.. of IIlUsborouBli Except the City of Plant
State, 'f the 0 Provide for tha Appointment by a Con
01,h'. 11oUr. that aGENML City. Florida which Shall b. Exempt current Resolution of the Senate and -.. streets for $:\.OOO. night brought forth eight new announcements from a
ELECTroN from the Provisions of this Amendment, Mouse of Representative* of a Directorpi Martha Powell
woman Wood believed to be the
first time
Id each county 1n 1'10rtd. Taxes Levied by the State County the Budget and to Authorise the Lealrlature This picturt'sque two-story

,S* November lie* iuc.A.dln D.. 1S48.the first th.Constitution County Special School Tan School Board District lI.hool' DI.lrlcto'and the Duties to Qualification Prescribe and his Term Powers of and Olflce. -"' \Iwellingbuilt high off the ground in the history of Starke: that a member of her sex has

II 1 ieng the Municipalities of the County; Except theCity tn the fashion of a by-gone era offered for thin position.

:[DAV OF NOVZMBEBTItfICatt0' of Plant Citv Florida.BB BB!: IT 1E'IOLVF.n!' BY THE!: ICGIOt.A-: Is one of the oltieit houxp Chief
contributing factor to the "free-for-all"
or rejection of the !! IT RESOLVED' BY THE: LFOISLA-: ThEE: OF THE STATE: OF FLORIDAr = atmo.s-
RflOIUtIOfll pr.po.lnll Am..ndh. TURE OF TUB STATE: OF FLOHIDAt That the following Amendment to Ar- Starke an t
pnere l iwrvadmtf( pre'It'ctlondillcusldon
of toe SUM That the following Amendment' of tide XVI of the Constitution of th. State .' when
Cherry street known
.Ia:: Article VIII of the Conatltutlon of the of Florida by adding thereto .n additional wan is .the recent con.
Stale ot Florida relative to the Aaess- section to b. known aa Section 34. as Pennsylvania avenue due to
1 ment and Collection of all taxea In the b. and the same I* hereby agreed. to and the fact that several Absentee troversy centered around continued -
L JOIST! FZSOI-trnOM NO. ff3 County of Hlllftborough Stale ot Florida, shall be aubmltted to the elector of the large homes Voting
RESOLUTION: Proposing anaCi by Re-Numbering Section 11 a* adapted State? of Florida for ratification or rejection -show place of their daywere city support of tho
Constitution oli the at the General Election of 194 (o as to Will Start Monday
t. the at the general election for Repreaentatlve built Bradford County Health De
by early nettle from
IF'nrlda. to b. known as Artlcl. snake It read Section 12 of Article VIII to be held In the year 11)46.aa ) that
,ns 1 and t. Thereof Relating of the Constitution of the State of Florida follows state. partment. At the repeated
i,,,lld tlon, Abolishing or Cr.- and by Amending Section 11 of SECTION:> S4. The Lrtlalatur. shall by AbMtnte. toting In the City
County Olllcea, and the Article VIII of the Constitution of the law provide for Director of the Budget The house wag recently Bold to requests of local delegation1
Inland Collection of Municipal Stat. of Florida as adopted at the Gen- who shall be appointed by a concurrent MrL'. Jewell Carter Election Mill ,....lln !\Iond.y.AUKU"t the Council voted
Johns of several'
ICounty Tax Official. In Orange .ral Election In November of 11M4 ao resolution of the Senate and blouse 01 20
anti omtlnue
Ftorlde.! and Providing for FefI .. to make It read Section IS of Article Representatlvea. and shall by Inw ronalatent Starke by J. Morgan Darby. "aa weeks ago to contribute $1,-
Elections for Acceptance or HeIf VQI of the Constitution of the State of with other provisions of this Con- through
I any Law or Law Enacted bTItur Florida and to exclude file City of Plant atltutlim nwcrlb. hie powers and duties administrator for the heirs of the / Friday Mpptrmlior 500 to the health department

of the State of Florida : City from aid Amendment: B. and the provide for his qualifications and term late Mrs. A. M. (Ida) Darby on 6. City Clerk Carl Johna an- in the current
AmndI same la hereby agreed to and shall b. year announcIng
oed ID said Proposed of office the length of which ahall be
submitted to the Electors of the Stateof wholly: within the discretion of the LxiRlntur July 1. Mrs. Johns purchased the nminrttl yrntertlay. that in order to do this
I RESOLVED BY TOT: tOMlAIr Florida for Ratification or Rejectionat and shall not bo limited by Section >ropt'rty In December 1938, from
TilE STATE OF rLORTDAl the General Election to he held on '1. Article XVI of the Constitution. With tho lutiiMiiui amount it would be necessary to levy
following amendment to the the first Tueadsv after the first Monday the Hercules Powder Co. the J. M. Truby estate.
r of Intemnt aroimi>il In I hi* a garbage collection
fn of Florida, to b. known a.fax .jl November. 1U40; g Early
Section I and J, thereof SECTION 11. 1. From and after January COMMITTEE!: SUPSTITTTTr ;unty. Top picture Dhows It was stated that Mrs. Johna election thin year, t'li-rk this month however the Councilannounced
consolidation abolishing 1. 1940. the County Tax Assessor of HOt'SP JOINT RESOLUTION' NO. Tl contemplates dwelling In the house
L.PTof certain County offlc. rllllsborough County hall assess all A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing the) out of the ground on the Johns ntat *H Hint lie. hux already that the issue would

......m.nl and collection of mu- property for all Stat, County. School Amendment of Section 30, of Article III .arke. Only original-stand anj poanlbly renting apartments had ...-'..r..1 'eiue'atis| .*> for bo put to a vote In the September
Ri x a by County tax offlcec In and Municipal Tax,. to b* levied In of the Constitution of the State of Flor. Charles and Morgan Darby and
Counl,. norlrla and providing Hillsboroush. County by the State. ida. Relating to Anprnprtntlnns: .re loaded tu trailers (pic- almontee .Imllnta" ansi Mv<*rulHtarkeltro 10 electIon KInctom will ex-

\mdurn" election for acceptance County County School Board, SchoolDlatricta BE IT RESOLVED' BY THE: I ECll'St.A- their families are temporarily llv- alxtut to liine on press themselves aa "for" or .'a.gainat" .
[on of any law or lawa enacted Special Tax School Districts. and TUnE OF THE STATE OF FLOHWA1 Ing for shipment to Bruna- Ing In summer homes on Santa FeOlton
cl.I.lure of Florida a* providedbe K\intclpalitle except In the City of Plant That the following amendment ol Section ,ifall the four vacations, are walling eatcruntil continued financial sup
submitted to the qualified City, Florida which city hall b* exempt 30. Article III of 'Constitution at during pant Lake. Monday In iirtli-r to %...ti. port of the health department
let the state of Florida for adop- Scorn the provision of this Section. the State of Florida relating to appropriations 40 percent below the fairS .
1 rslfctiin, at he next general 2. The Legislature .h.n. at the Leglatlve *- la hereby agreed to and shall he Buys Building kWforw thry leave. 10:. W. Hayes, county tax aaaeits-
to be held J In th. rear 186.ARTICLB Session In 1047 and from lime to aubmltted to the elector of the Mala per week. Operating a Tltua Olson on August 1 purchased .
thereafter, enact laws apeclfylng the or. and C A. Knight county tax
time of Florida for ratification or rejection at .
lowers functions duties and sompenia- the next General Faction' to be held In fork that drivers alternate the store building adjacentto collector both Incumbent mem-
XX jon of the County Tax Assessor lealflnated November. A. D. 194H: that la to i any that his refrigerator sales and service -
|r",I I. The LenUlatur. t* author- In Paragraph I of Section 12. and said Section :30. Article III of the Con Deadline SaturdayFor bars of the Council announced
Moowered to proa/Id by low hall likewise provide by nl.RollfOf the atltutlon of the State of Florida shall be) atore on south Walnut street. several weeks. ago that they
Enacted by It at It* reKular >eal extension on the. theCouqty amended I and aa amended shall read M He stated that McDaviJ's Grocery EntrantsIn
|' in A. D. 1M7 or at anyeasloll Tax Assessor of all taxes levied follows would seek to succeed themselves.

| thereafter for the con- by the State, 'i'f.rr'r.'bI.cO School SECTION 10. Law making the appropriations sical) Check successor to Guy's Grocery and Whisker DerbySix > Until last week; only one new can-
|n. iboHshum or creating of any Board, School Special Tax for the salaries of public Market would continue in business .
Offices In Orange County. Flor- School District. and Municipalise located offlclalfl and employee and all oth9. didate. D. A. (Red) Montelth.
vided, there I is ceptdi from In the Count of Mm.borough. expenses ol the shall contain provlalnna In the building and that he contestants In Harlny employ.. of Alvarea
m'i ol thla ArtIcle I judge' of alfind State of Florida with the exception of on no other aubject nor sinai an clothing store,
to provide for the ....lIm.nt the City of Plant City. which U hereby appropriation be an Incident of any other 1st Graders planned using the remaining three Strong' "chin Vvhtaiker derby" I had announced. This) week saw

fiction of municipal taxea .nd exemoi from the provision ot this bill: all state appropriation except appropriation street level compartments of the) were lined at the) tape Wednesday -, the rush to qualify. howevw and
|"Is, or either of them by County Amendment for the county ehoole eoun
Cm In said County. Any law so SECTION 13. I. From and after January tie, cities or other political subdivisionS structure_ expand fcls refl' era- waiting for the additional by Tuesday .night" deadline. the

Impeding I of any County the office consolidation shall pre-or 1.County 1K( the of County Hills orough Tax Collector. State of InIh. of nent the Improvement SusIe, appropriation.nd building for p.rm.for- 'ar.nt-Tecl tJ.h. Association tor bunlness; No. plan were announced candidates '.4Ar.W U"" ualKy by I followingtsVMMn,,/ >' '/.<.tbased
for "
ft I powers. duties and eompenaa- riorld. shall collect all taxes lived 'in state Institution. as provided" for by laws ponaor complete physical the'upstairs' apart the deadline Saturday. All entries their I'I.U' tnt "the ring'bringing

|r is the and offlreM discharge designated the dutlei therein or the County Boar by. the School State District County: CountySchool Special enacted legislature, at the and IMS for penilnna.legislature. retirement or prior itlona for all children, en- ments. must register! on or before. I the grand total to U,. largest

tiK consolidated or created and Tax School Districts .nd Municipalities funds .nd trust fund, shall b. IncludedIn the first grade at B.H.S. Former owners of the propertywere the end of this week. number ever to seek positions
enacted the ......- Florida exceptin general appropriation bill or any
I 10 respecting Hlllsboroiigli County on. Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Hammond
tl sillectlon 6f municipal taxes of the City of Plant City. It be ng exempt amendment or .uppl..mont thereto and ir. The clinic to be con. After that It.. heads. up and on the Council in Starke:

atroments. or cither of them by front the provision of this Amendment. shall b* for no laMer than two ,..ar.. by the Bradford County of Starke and documentary faces to the breeze aa the) competitors Van If. Garden filling station.
to the
,til officers ahall provide for the J. Th Legislature shall at th* Legislative All appropriation mad prior stamp, affixed to the deed In-
\ collecting, accounting for and Session of 1941 end from time to adoption of this section which are ron Department, Dr. A. Y. each strive to produce manager and secretary of the
it I of, laid taxes end/or aasessJo lima; thereafter. enact law pacifying the trary to the provisions of this aecUim on, director will be held Heated a sale price of about the bent crop of chin flora between local American Legion Post
of July 1. 1947.
municipal a
: the appropriate functions, duties and compensation shall expIre *
I'l. and for compenaatlon for powers of County Tax Collector desliinaled the first two weeks of $2.000.Kdwarda August 24th and September W M. Kdwarda long active In
n'axing officer for services' In Paragraph 1 of Section 13. w I incident thereto. That If any collection .re. city and county politics; has
likewise provide for the HOU'B JO'NT REfOLtTTION! No. ITT deed transferring the R. V. served
I respecting the consolidation disbursement o' will be announced next handsome wrist .
euatody. reporting .nd A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an a. watch compliments several terms on City Council
?n of in} county offices la e.- all taxea collected by the County/ Tax to Article V of the rcmall- Coleman Interest In the cement
Amendment of Mr. .
and Hoard of
ratified at the referendum County Commissioners.
Cullector. Thereto an -
tutlon of Florida bv Adding Inoculations block factory located just northof
hereia provided such law shall Additional Section Relating to the Flec eceonary wilt : who had registered .
I Elective with respect to the otnul f of the Court of aecord the of the Starke Ice Company on
tion of the Judge in, with conaent
|' thereby on the first Tuesr cambla County and the by W.Jnindaywere. George S.KenlH Fred Guy of the
NO. liT and for J. Edwards manager
-, HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION In Cherry street to M.
In January
ths !: t Monday All mothers of beglne
KtaoLUTION Proposing ..nAmendment Conntv ".ni'cltnr of said County. Richard St. John Levy Starke Coca Cola
lieir the A JOJ4T Bottling Co.
succeeding was
mmedlatoly of
Starke flied In the courthouse
< BY THE ;
leectlor asiel to Article VIII of the Constitution HE I!: RJI' LFTJW.A. urged to 'accompany
had to
subsequent Broward II.
Green Strickland
lot of the State of Florida llolntlv. lung or THE: STATE 0! on July 29. In an Interview Albert Hartman a par tment
f m election at which electors school thet
V of ,,,. hlldren to on
T s and SECTION 1. That Article Strickland. and Jacob J.
for )
'voted of Property house and
r of the United States ere to Asaes..m.nt owner former Camp
Adding of the mate of Florida b) Mr. Edwards stated that he
of T.xca. by Constitution they are to be examinedr
II any luch tow respecting the Collection Johns.
tit and collection ef municipalt Thereto Additional Sections to Provide amended by. adding thereto.. an. additional that receive is now sole owner of the Brad. Hlandlng machinist.Don .
of the County of D.,. State of section to be known may The chins will be L. Hoover
aiiMsmpnts or either them that in shall sill Article relating to the election. of ford Engineering Company operator respective former council.
and the County Tax Assessor advice from the clinic dl-
T1 tax officers 1 accepted Florida
I it the referendum* election aY .. Ases7the Property of the County for tin the Judge rl the Court ol and Record the County In and of the block factory, and judged at the finish by Mayor. man out of politics In recent

herein the hall become PurpoDe of Levying/ State. County, School frrr Eicamhla County Charles A Sheriff A. O. .
aam. Levied by the Solicitor of anti County and the same 1* that he will produce concrete pro- Darby year.

k P; on the men first, referendum day of Januaryeedlng ..leeP5V end State MunicipalTaxe county County School' I?A:?. hereby. airewl to.of and the eh Slate all b.of euin'nlttadto Floridafor ducts and engage In general con. Andrea and Col. 1). B. Knight. Richard O. Kldd part owner of
School D'(- the elector
School District Special Tax rejection at the Onral ,twright Sells the Starke Airport recently discharged
ratification or The 'Sale accordIng
t Before law described and Municipalities of the County. .. tracting. price, -
any trlct be held on the flr t
receding jectlon of this Articleof BE IT RESOLVED UY THE!: LEGISLATURE Election after to the. flr.t Monda:> in November. I Propertiesnd to documentary tampn affixed New River Scouts Army major. and prominent
> anjr force and effect It shall : OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA followat In the National Guard
1W8 aa or-
'1 .natlfled by a majority following Amendment to ,.r- of the Court to the deed, was
That the SeCTION 48. The Cubs and Parents
;uall' ed elector of Orange tide- rid.uir..ctrr'hn. XL the. of Record In and for Escambla County Mrs. A. H. Henry and mately 4000. approxl-1 ganization.Junlus: .
I rorldi it a referendum election .fiivo, Solicitor of said Count M. Smith of
County the
State and the the owner
thla week purchased Mllllgan urfhsMr" Lake
,1101an': hold for the purposeMuting Collection V5 .U W. shall hereafter b. .lected by the qualified Enjoy Rally
'' whether auch law ahall Slay's Bay. StatS Florida. / electors of said county a* other slat and and lot at 703 Lafayette A deed filed July 29 Indicates Starke Dry Cleaners A Laundry.

I I;Jied'"! and lector rntifled ot or sail rejected County.f'trrndum by. inS known thereto as Section addItional 14 and sections S.ctlon to 15. be be county election official of the Judge are .1..led.l of the The Court first..f "rom C. C. Rowland local that E. B. Milligan has purchasedthe Highlight of the summer ScoutIng Martha Powell Wood, house

l election shall ba held and the same I I. hereby agreed to and Record In and fnr Encambla County arid lot adjoining his residence on program In the Nw River wife.
not, l3js after thai-.tf.ctlv. aubmltted to the E'ector. of tine of ""I unl7.
I iny such law. The Board of shall State b of* Florida for ratification or r.J." of shall the be County held at Solicitor the General ElectIon I.. Henry family moved Into, south Cherry street from Mary. B. DI.trlctook place Monday afternoon Although campaigning In a

ICommlsiloner shall provide forT tlon at the general election to b. held 1948. to take office the first Tuesdjrafter lewly acquired residence, Maloney of Mlneola N. Y. for and evening when Scouts City Election U usually a sedate
n( of .1 lenolle the first .
any such referendum the IIr.t Tuesday after first Monday In I.n". .
the affair with
'I thereof u b. published on Monday In November. 1810 aa follow.i for a term of four years The term or iy. Mr. Henry Is the localf : approximately $200. Cub, parents and officials met very little color and

>,0 Board 3nc* each week for .t SECTION (ii) From and after tenure. of office of anyone heretofoveOs. ) the Jacksonville Jour. N. I,. and Mary Wainwright to at the C. If. Naaworthy place on excitement no one knows Just
succeaslv weeks Immediately loU to either of the
County Tax Assessor"" hereafter .ppolnted I
Mr to the data of such election January 1. .of the Bay State of Florida, office herein mentioned shall not be extended W. A. Besient and E. B. Mllll Klncsley Lake for a hlKhly successful what may happen between now
[npiper it general circulation In In the County for all Stat.. .hereby. Any vacancy; In eitherof and and September' 10, considering the
ty herein otherwise shall ...... all property to which occurs prior to mail and Mrs. Rowland gan Lots 7. 8. 9. Block 2, High. rally.
taxes office
Municipal sail
'. tj", laws Pf..th State relating I Count School I. the and County by the Stnt. fIrM Toothy" after the first Monday inJanuary. nave taken an apartment- way addition to Starke. Swimming was enjoyod during' I Important I name Involved and the
>Oldlnc .if general election ahall b. levied School Board. School 1949. shall be filled bT appoint- Mra bumper crop of candidates bid.
l-I ". rlrL'Wlon. County. Count Tax School Districts moot by the Governor and ennflrmatloniby 'r. Rowland'* sister Ralford and Ruby L. Alvarezto the afternoon followed b'1"

.In.n'e"t.. ahall Dlltrlcta. Special the Senate a* heretnf.M provided bY ones, on West Call street. Dell Reddish. Lot 1 of Block hearty supper of barbecued fish ding for votes.Brooker .
rOtllll' Municipalities.
fl' sM by the majority and Constitution but In no .... for any
Mrs participating In any such ((21 Th. gliiltiir. ahall At the llm.Legislative to- the longer then until the first Tuesday after Goodman local garage I 1, Llvln .ton.Truby addition toStark. baked beans cole claw. and Cold; | |

Li rI elwtlon such law shall bef Session in 1MT and from the the flr.1 Monday In January 1949 end a Jot i a drinks. After Youth'
purchased: UUJ
t be In lull force and affect but time thereafter enact law. the term or tenure of office of anyone yesterday supper groupof
J'1' election' a majority of the pow.r. functions duties and comPefliaUon dealgn.te appointed to either of add of fceii fo. pton Beach lying between 92 ( Including 00 Scouts. 7 Will Attend

[> Thi PirUcrpstlng acceptanceend therein ratification ahall vote In paragraph of Count I Tax of this Au..or.Section I'. and I the said term first beginning Tu.sdn In 1D47 alter shall the expire first n Lake and the highwayF. "The Green Years" cub, and< 23 adults) gathered on

*"law" It shall I be null and void shall likewise provide by law roll for of the the I m Monday In January. I1N9.i Harrison of Jackson- the spacious. veranda of the Nas- "Boys State" WeekAt
force and effect The ean- extension on the assessment i 1. Any provision 0' tile ; At Florida Sunday
boor J )' said County: shall cer- County Tax Assessor 0' .U lasso School levied I Constitution SECTION In conflict herewith I* br.- The lot ls the former siteHsrnpton I worthy home to he.r.n Inspiringtalk
remit, if any audi referendum by the State. County. County Tu I repealed. Beach Casino, on advancement by Scout "Boy's Htat" In Tallahasnee
t to the Secretary of Stat wIthin Board School Dlntrlcto. Special by : 'The Green Yea.." MG.M's.
P"Uter the holding thereof.JOINt' School Dlatricta .nd municipalities. I WHEREOF I hare dman plans to construct Executive M. C. Boawall of the next week Stanley Crosby representing -
IN wonderful motion
SECTION IS. ill From and Coilec-alter hereunto set my. hand and affixed tIne a the prot->erty. picture Jacksonville office. A line reporton Bradford County will
1 lb4. the County Tea : I Great Seal of the Slate of Florid 55Taliahaleee author A. J. CrooliTa beat be one of 314 young men selected .
: : of Fiat- In the district
::'i'th State local was
RESOLUTION NO. tI: County of Bay. the C-pltaU this the lat day t. Walnwrlght. same progress
the comes
In of the name
eUr ,
:TT IIESOLUTIOM; Propo.ln. *n Ida. shall collect all taxes levied County ot Au"u.t, A. D. 1.48.ISZALI mad by the new commissioner tu learn practical government.
handled the trans-
"'t ? Arllel Vin of the Conri County ltg the State' County SpecialTax A. CRAY /roker to the) screen of the) Florida The. Forming a complete. Integrated
T. H. Osborno C. H.
( t.aie of Florida Relative School B05fl. School Districts. Secretary of Stat.1. ; Nasworthy,
".ant >f Pjoperty foe Taxes and School Districts and blunicipalibeltbvp I atre Sunday. Monday and Tues finance chairman reported that unit the boy. will elect their

day. Charles Coburn Tom own State county and municipal
the district quota of $1,100 Is Insight

Drake. Beverly Tyler. and Hum ; L. IL Putch camping and officials, front the governor down.

Cronyn have feature) roles. A* city councilman or county
School To Open activity chairman reported on
-.. "Ms _r ___ "f '''a"""" afternoon. Mr. Hitch owned a [ "Abilene Town" featuring Randolph commissioners they will frame
utsaC outings In the
summer enjoyed
ilnlatertng permanent I Every way. He"cut the glvn of drug "tore In Crescent City and On Labor DayOpen.nc Scott and Ann Dvorak. will district and each Scoutmaster present and pass their own laws

the evening for conven-I|, out of one door. the grill out has recently been employed as be> the feature presentation at the described tile activities of his anti ordinances; their own police

| omen! who work dur- another then cut a panel retched "- assistant manager of a cTialn drugstore day for the 19-M41 Florida Wednesday and Thursday Troop. The meeting was presided and sheriffs will support them.

: bU"lnes, hour In and unlocked the Inside In Jacksonville.. term of Bradford High and of next week. This spectacle over by District Chairman L. As attorneys they will prosecute

,I treg has an apartment Sheriff Andreu laid that re- Elementary Schools will be the "super" western In simplest termsIs A. Shepherd. or defend. or as Jud.... hear

fWnc! of MM. A. A. rardless of army connectloll..1ofonbnalIln New Technician traditional date-Labor I>ay. the tale of the struggle between caaes In their own courts. Each
for BUrke
liable Troops represented were ,
would be Kept. 3.Th hands who wanted to
) roving trail boy will have a chance to learn

B auty Salon now re. trial In civilian court. i In Hembree Office .. opening day for res;. keep Abilene a -wide open" town Ralford Springs,, Macclenny LawUy and Worthington Glen St. that government Is what he

t bit day on announce let ration wa originally annooncctl and the homesteaders whose goal makes. It."Boy's.
Saturday J 1\0\(. Hembree Mary.
Five Students Solo Dr. of MISS Carolyn fur Friday Ana;. SO wag to settle down and build a i State" Is sponsored by
the appointment laboratory so that >.tu*Vnt* and teevhen future for themselves and their the Legion. with Crosby's selec.

anti Warned At Conway AirparkFive Rowland. Moultrle.technician Ca. as could participate In the children. : Remodelling HomeThe tion made by the Jones-Langford-

Loose Cash I recelvlng and X-ray Vetrrao*' Ilomexxmilng frte- White p'*t- Crosby lii. !. a
night'students.. had several W. K Andrews' residenceat
local the Miss Rowland ha bran..... originally planned for WOW Meeting CalledA student at Bradford. High, and a

!'harlee A Darby asked i; their training under at years' experience since her train.of Labor l ay. IIowrvt when 312: West Madison street la native of 8roflker.I .
nights School
4 hat merchanta be O. I. Bill made solo SaturdaY Ing at the Oradwohl St. the vetrrana event wa pt.ieitponexl special meeting of the now being* remodelled while The Legion appointees will be
.(1nat! leaving money Instated Conway Airpark last starling Roy LabOratory Technique. lnurn t 0 H -pt. IS, the HchoHoard -.! W.O.W. will be held Friday night. Mr anal Mrs. Andrew. are livingIn I under the direction of W. H.

vernlght. They were Harold FranciS 0i111am. Louis. She served her and dwldwl to get sWck tUrn Aug. 23. at 8 o'clock In the hall their Kingsley Lake cottage. Cates assisted by counselors welfare

that in a num- Surl.s. Leroy Olive I ship at Tupelo, ).(lMls.lppt.at he*. original dat of 'Hf>t. :1 for the purpose of. putting on Charlie J. Powell local contractorand officers. athletic directors

?Urle! \ In recent we ka. and John \Varren. Flight hai since been technician and for r.gi.tratmfl: of tiKsrnt-t. degree) work. All member. are carpenter Is In charge of the' I and l others. The program will
by Fl.
&4 'easy Instruction was given in Marlanna. attend. work. I continue through. : .
pickingVV ono : and all atu"I pUU 0 .. urged to. August 31s.* ,
stump, Ga. I
eurrtncy various a- Instructor Piper (:ubi. I Maultrl, *,

caa1\ drawer, dents soloed In new

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Head Asks Public Cooperation Hercules Bulldozers Root Stumps I

.-. .. ., .- Eleven Enter Council Race
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City History
[ $:>.000 has beendrite ,,,,' .
ft for funds to, Primary Teachers

| County Home- I
letprans he : celebration Have Get-Together Realty Transfers Great Interest Aroused by Health

,mbar 28. I In USO BuildingThe Department Issue First

tesence day of highlighted General primary teachers from the Active Here Woman Candidate .

: Wainwright,1vmmamler 1 schools of the county which are
i M. already In session
S. G. met Tuesdayafternoon \ I Unprecedented interest in the City Klection: set for
at .
the U S.O. Real estate .
building transfers In Starke
I estimated that with Mrs. T. H. Osborne, general recently were highlighted Tuesday, Sept 10, was evinced this week by a field of 11

Iiv expect a crowd county supervisor, for a combination announcement of the sale of the by candidates for the three |placer to be filled on the City Council.

fc'OOO: to 25000." nodal get-to-gether and professional long familiar J. M. Truby residence Coasting along with u total of three this time last

Miration Is a responit meeting. They discussed at Cherry and Eighth week a sudden burst of interest before the deadline Tuesday

t mutt be met square- problems and experiences which .. streets foe! $3,00o.: night brought forth eight new announcements from a

Iglon official said. "Al- are common to all In their teaching .I J This picturesque two-story woman, Martha Powell Wood believed to be the first time

I veterans' organization work and they were asked i dwelling, built high off the' ground in the, history of Starke that a member of her sex has

IP, the Homecoming laI to examine new material which In the fashion of a by-gone era, offered for thin position.

county event. Everyuld were on display. MIss Anna A. Is one of the oldest houses. In Chief contributing factor to the "free-for-all" ntmos-

| be willing to conamount Walz the new County Health Starke and dates back to the era pnere pervading: preelectiondiscussion ) .
Nurse talked to the about when
toward In- group Cherry street wan knownas .
e the work which the neilth: unit I Pennsylvania avenue due to is ,the recent controversy

success. plans to do In coopei'lon with the fact that several large home Absentee Voting centered around continued .

I Commissioner E. L. the schools in the county. | -show places of their day- -were city support of the

chairman of the bartended Following a social hour :Mrs.: built by early settlers from that Will Start Monday Hradford County Health De

Denmark's relay Osborne served, refreshment of state. partment. At the repeated
Absentee voting In the City
"This Is not a city coca-colas, sandwiches and cook t tlea. The house was recently sold to requests of local delegation's:
f event. Its a South. i !Mr. Jewell\ Carter Johns of Klortlon Mill >-gln :Monday. the Council voted several

I event.'" ( Those present and representingthe Starke by J. Morgan Darby, as. August 26, and continue weeks ago to contribute Jl-

i received up to Thu lI. primary schools of the county administrator for thm heirs of the through Friday, September 500 to the health department

i'.ei: to $500 from the which are already In session wereI I late Mrs. A M. (Ida) Darby on 0. City Clerk Carl Johns announcfNl In the current

Immlssloners and $150: Mrs. L. H. Futch, Miss Dorma'' July 1. Mrs. Johns purchased the )',,"Iprd..y.'lth ing that In order year to, announc-do this
City Council.' In the Griffis, Miss Vivian CollinK, and property In December. 1938/ from
I \\ the imiiNiml amountof it would be
Ta8 announced contrl.check Mrs. Eunice Kelly: of Lawtey: Pictured above are two scenes showing the Hercules Powder Co. the J, M. Truby estate.It Interest aroused In the a garbage collection necessary to levy

I are to be made Mrs. Iris Crosby and Mrs. Louise operation now under way In Bradford Cqunty. Top picture showsa was stated that Mrs.. Johns election this yettr, Clerk. this month however the fee. Council Early

} S. G. Denmark. Crosby of Hellbronn; Mrs. LeVy I rough-riding/ bulldozer rooting stumps out of the ground! on the contemplates. dwelling In the house Johna Chutes that he Lisa. already announced that the Issue would

Director N. D:, Waln- Norman of Vanderblli, Mrs. Lloyd Green tract of land just north of Starke. Only original-gland ant pnuHlbly renting apartments. haul iwvi'ral requests foraheeniee be put to a vote In the Septem!

j. a distant cousin of Teresa Crosby of Rising> ; Mrs. stumps are desired, and afterwards they are loaded In trailers (pic- Charles and Morgan Darby and ballots uiiil MverulStarkHtea her 10 election. Electors will express
said that wide Blanche Brown of New River: their families are temporarily living
[guest cuTed below) and carried to the railroad siding for shipment to BrunsWIck alxuit to (rave on themselves a. "for" or "a0o.n.l" -
1 the event was beingin Mrs. Harmon Morgan and, Mrs. in summer homes on Santa Fe acatlonii, an walling
Ga. The abnormal amount of rainfall during the past four Lake. continued financial sup-
Mattle Ellis of Brooker Mrs.
letters from various ; until Monday In order to toll* wart of the health
he state. "We can be Esale Crosby of Graham Mrs. M. months has cut Hercules' production about 40 percent below the fair Olson Ituyft liulldlng before they leair. E. W. department.

Ihe presence of many C. Sweeney and Mrs. 1-loyJ< Sul- weather average of 35 carloads of mumps per week. Operating Titus Olson on August 1 pur- and C.Hsyes A. county tax assessor

lajwell as the General" livan of Hampton. Mrs. Cleo bulldozer on a job like this is such tough work that drivers alternateIn chased the store building adjacentto -- collector, both Knight Incumbent county tax

fin a way this localityA Andrews' of New River( and Mrs. one-hour shifts.Distnct his refrigerator sales and, service Deadline SaturdayFor of the Council announced members
great many visit- Muriel Norman of Heilbronn were store on south Walnut street.
several weeks
__ I He EntrantsIn ago that they
am 6 ood thins about also present-- stated that McDavld'a Grocery would seek to succeed themselves

rid 'Bradford 1 Countye Head Physical Check successors to Guy's Grocery and Whisker DerbySix Until last week only one new candidate -
success of this cole Quigley's Collection Market, would continue In business D. A.- (Red) Montelth.

Ight said that program Of Antique Weapons Visits Rotary For 1st GradersThe planned In using the building the remaining and that three he Strong's contestants"chin whisker In Harley drby" employ had announced.of Alvares This clothing week store saw

.11 of the week.if1tClu< Stolen By Youth street level compartments of the were lined at the tap Wednesday the rush to qualify. howv r and
ointment of 1L structure to expand his refrigerator waiting for the additional by Tu.4y .night's dsadltn" the

01 as maatertiDLcereditlo'n ; (Jo eph-de Montmallln.,. 23. wu Albert- Gelgerr'Governor of Parnt-TeachUr Association buainew.a Na.plan. were announced candidate .x'JWud; to-foallty' by follqsrmfeMttfd! .r"f lui-r ijbstwd
of '&' patriotic arrested at his home on'"}Otli and the 167th District. Rotary 'Jn er. will sponsor complete physical for the'upstairs' apart- the deadline Saturday. All entries their ftats" Mtn'the, ring'bringing

|by the Woodmen, Oak streets 8 p. m. Tuesday for national pall! I his official visit to examinations for all children entering ments. must register on' or before the grand total to I1. largest
naming Everett Mc- theft of $17 and a collection of the local club Wednesday addressing t the first grade at B.H.S. Former owners of the propertywere the !end of this week. number ever to seek positionson

[ chairman of the horn!I antique weapons from J. T. Quigley the member. at their I, this year. The clinic, to be conducted !Mr. and Mrs., E. It. Ham After that, It's heads up and the Council In Stark:

he assured presence ofIrg Saturday night luncheon meeting and holding/ a by the Bradford County mond of, Starke ami documentary faces to the breeze as the competitors Van It. Garden filling station
Federal and State l de Montmallin confessed, stealing Health Department Dr. A Y. stamps affixed to the deed Indicated each strive to producethe manager and secretary of the
round-table discussion with officers
I I a sale price of about
the antiques and selling them and committee chairmen Covlngton. director will be held 2000. bent crop of chin flora between local American Legion Post

ental heads of the to a pawnshop on West Bay following the regular meeting. I during the first two weeks of Edwards InterestA August 24th and September W M. Edwards, long active In
.eglon will lend active school: and the exact date and Buys
and 28th. The winner will receivea
Jacksonville, for $10 and
street, Mr. Celgei. who( Is Superintendent deed transferring the R. V. county politics: has served
hours will be
|> It was stated and It an air rifle. Sheriff A. O. An- announced nextI Coleman handsome wrist watch: compliments several terms on City Council
Interest the
ed of P.ibllc Instruction li week. in cement
that a group of dreu recovered the property from I I of Mr. Strong.Contestants and Hoard of County Commis
Plnellas County dtscusaej brieflythe All inoculations will block factory located just northof
cers would join in the necessary
dealer Wednesday who had sioners.
tended to the General.Wainwright' the pawn four branches of Rotary ser-I I' be given with the consent of the Starke Ice Company on registeredby
morning finding the articles un- vice: Club, Community Vocational -1 patents. All mothers of beginners Cherry street to J. M. Edwards Wednesday were George S. Fred Guy manager of the
promisethe damaged with the exception of a Kenos, Richard St. John, Levy Starke Coca Cola
and International and are urged to 'accompanytheir of Starke was filed In the court Bottling Co.
Homecoming Day broken dagger. I house on July 29. In Interview Green Broward, H. Strickland, Albert Hartman apartment
made by telegram In stated that more emphasis than children to school on the an
a Invitation from then Arrest was made by Countyand ever is being placed on the last- day that they are to be examinedIn Mr. Edwards. stated that he John.Clayton Strickland and Jacob J. house owner and former Camp

City police following a tip named this year. A British states order that they may receive In now sole owner of the Brad fllandlng machinist.
post. The hero of
expected to here which described a boy aa In pos- man once remarked that If_ Rotary medical advice from the clinic di ford Engineering Company, oper- The respective chin will be Don L. Hoover former council.
fly session of a "Luger" at Peter- ideals could be installed Into rector. ator of the block factory and! judged at the finish by Mayor man out of politic. In recent
ommand eK&S. at Fort Sam sea's dairy. high government officials that he will produce concrete pro- Charles A. Darby Sheriff A. O.Androu ;years.

de Montmallin Is the stepson throughout the world, there wouldbe ducts and engage In general con-: and Col. P. K. Knight. Richard O. Kldd, part owner of
mmander Sells
day> Denmark an- :I of C. W Wood who arrived here no more wars the speaker Wainwright tracting. The.sale price, according the Starke Airport recently discharged .

ion Tuesday a special at meeting 8 I recently from Minnesota to become stated adding that this was the : Local Properties to documentary stamps affixed New River Scouts Army major and prominent
p/M. In Mr. Peterson'sdairy to the deed In the National Guard. or
aus I a partner highest praise imaginable for Rotary was approximately
reasons he said business. International. I Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Henry and 4000. Cubs and Parents ganization.Junlus .

"itlal."that every memssent. The police made Inquiries. in Preceding the District Governor'a family this week purchased the MlUlgan Pun'hasr, Lot Enjoy Lake Rally M. Smith owner of the
Denmark oleo( the neighborhood cf the dairy Louise Stern, house and lot at 703 Lafayette A deed filed July 29 Indicates Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry.
that talk Miss
the bumper cards ad- and later picked up the boy short talented pianist played Etude In street from C. C. Rowland local that E. B. Mllllgan has purchased Highlight of the summer Scout- Martha Powell Wood house-

Homecoming; wereto ly aftec; he entered Wood's resi Second barber. the lot adjoining his residence on Ing program in the Npw River wife.
all B Major (Chopin) and .
would reet dence. A The Henry family moved Into south Cherry street from Mary B. District took place Monday afternoon Although campaigning In a
(DeBussy) periodof
: the Chamber of After being lodged In the county Arabesque singing was led by their newly acquired residence Maloney of Mineola N. Y., for and evening when Scout., City Election I I. usually a sedate
building. Jail de Montmallin told various I group Thursday. Mr. Henry Is the local approximately 1200. Cubit, parents and officials met affair with very little color and
.stories and on Thursday there] Fletcher agent of the Jacksonville Jour N. I). and Mary Wainwright to at the C. II. Nasworthy place on excitement no one knows just

eautician remained doubt as to whether he nal. W. A. Bessent and K. B. Mllll Klnftsley Lake for a highly successful what may happen between now
Ia' was a discharged soldier or on ; Brother of H. C. Ritch Mr. and Mrs. Rowland and gan Lots 1, 8, 9, Block 2, High rally. and September 10. considering the

SalonB. turlough. HII said h* broke into Killed In AccidentClarence I family have taken an apartment way addition to Starke. Swimming was enjny| during Important Issue Involved, and the

Mundy. Quigley & Davis at 2 a. m. and I with Mr. Rowland's sister, Mrs.J. Raiford and Ruby L. Atvarea the afternoon followed by a tamper crop of candidates. bid-

|Beauty Salon proprietor announc. completed the theft In five min Aubrey Ritch, 00, / Jones, on West Call street. to tell Reddish Lot 1 of Block hearty supper of barbecued fish ding for votes.Brooker .

y the addition of anputiclan. utes. Police said this was Impossible brother of H. C. Ritch of Starke I I Earl Goodman, local garage 1. Llvingston-Truby addition to baked beans, Cole slaw, and cold l
Mrs. Rose as the stolen weapon was fatally Injured In an automo- owner yesterday purchased a lot Starke drinks. After supper the groupof Youth'

I her staff of beauty ex- had been carefully removed from bile accident Sunday night about t on Hampton Beach lying between 92 (Including 60 Scouts.; 7 Will Attend
myriad other articles displayedon two miles north of Green Cove i Hampton Lake and the highway "The Green Years" cubs, and 29: adults) gathered on

uses, with sixteen con.I a :80-foot section of wall In Spring" He and his wife and another ,' from R. F. Harrison of Jackson- the spacious veranda of the N.- "Boys State" WeekAt
'al'l of beauty salon x-I the Quigley Davis office. couple were driving from I'vill*. The lot Is the former,site i At Florida Sunday"The worthy home to hear an Inspiringtalk
COllies from He denied taking money although Crescent City to Jacksonvillewhen of the Hampton Beach Casino. on advancement by Seoul fitate" In Tallahassee
Jackson. i Green Years". MO.M's.wonderful .
specializes: in I $17 was missing<< from the a taxicab attempted to pass I Mr. Goodman plans to construct a I based Executive M C. Boswell of the next week Stanley Crosby representing
permanent motion
She Is two other cars and collided headon home on the property. picture Jacksonville office. A tine reporton Bradford County will
rat also an expert In cash Stolen register.were seven valuable antique with their automobile. Bitch I N. D. Wainwright Jr., local on author A. J. Cronln's bestseller progress In the district 'was t b. one of 314 young men selected .
waves which Is the of the same name, comes
to learn
an early while being car. made by the new commissioner, practical government.
ad of permanent'wavwill pistols including died .of Injuries realty broker, handled the trans to the of the Florida Theatre
1evbed. ramrod model, a small sled to the hospital at Lee Field. actions. screen T H. Osborn; C. II. Nasworthy, Forming a complete.. Integratedunit
English Tues
Sunday, Monday the boys will elect their
tree old blackjack a n dstraps were held In finance chairman" reported that
an Funeral
be to dagger Charles Coburn, Tom
happy day. the district quota of $1.100 Is Insight own State county and municipal
of ridlar .purs. City Methodist .
"tmenta off a pair the Crescent and Hum
from Drake Beverly Tyler
every day officials front the down.
made L. H. glitch and governor
; camping
the culprit o'clock Wednesday
J a. m until 5 o'clock Asked how Church at 3 Cronyn have feature roles.
To As city councilman or county
1 site Mr. Quigley repUcd. Mr. Rltch owned a School Open activity chairman reported on
entrance. afternoon.
will make "Abilene Town" featuring Ran
a spec commissioners they will frame.
the glass and summer outlncs enjoyed In the
'4mlnlatertng permanent("Every way. He cut out of drug store in Crescent City as I On Labor DayOpening dolph Scott and Ann Dvorak will district and each Scoutmasterdescribed present and pans their own laws
the grill been employed
the out of one door. has recently at the
be the feature presentation
evening for conven- I and ordinances: their own police
the his
rerch- activities of
panel of a cTialn drugstore the 11>>41-
cut a for I
Women another then ,, assistant manager Florida Wednesday and Thurs-
who work dur- and sheriffs will support them.
In8Id. Troop. Th meeting was presided -
': Duloess and unlocked the in Jacksonville. 47 term of Bradford High andElementary
ed In day of next week. This spectacle"super"
hours. said that. regardless Ikhool..10 be the over by District Chairman L.A. As attorneys they will prosecute!
ores has an apartment Sheriff ( western In simplest termsIs Shepherd. or defend or as judges hear
"Idence of Mrs. A. A.Beauty of army connection for New TechnicianIn traditional I date-labor Pay, the tale of the struggle between cases In their own courts. Each
be liable Troop represented were Stark,
Montmallin would Hrpt. 2. trail hand who wanted to
Office roving boy will have a chance to learn
l eon now re- trial In civilian court. Hembree The opening day for regtotratlon keep Abilene a "wide open" town Raiford Macclenny, WorthingtonSpring that government Is what he
*. Lawty and Glen St.
n all day on Saturday.- J M. Hembree announces wa originally announce and the homesteaders whose goal makes. It"Boy's
Five Students Solo Dr. of Miss Carolyn *! fur Friday Ant;. SO was to settle down and build a Mary. State" Is sponsored by
appointment i
ants Warned Airpark the Moultrle. G*.. as labors- .e that .tudi'nU and teachers future for themselves and their the Legion( with Crosby's selection .
Conway Rowland In the Remodelling HomeThe
At technician. could participate children. made by the Jones-Langford-
Loose tory and X-ray _' (>!.,.. I
"'e"' Homecoming
Cash students rersAStJsr'j's- had several White post Crosby, 10, I I. a
Five local night )IRowland has bratlon. originally. planned fort W L. Andrews' residenceat
under the her trainIng WOW Meeting CalledA student at Bradford High, and a
fbarles: A, Darby asked celvlng' their training flights at years' experience since t Labor imy. However, when :312 West Madison street Is native of Brooker.

s hat merchants be G. I. Bill made solo last saturday. ,I, at the Gradwohl School In St.o the veterans' event wa p i.tPOIM special meeting of the now being remodelled while The Legion appointees' will be

Wnst leaving money In Conway Airpark Starling Roy'' LabOratory Technique her intern, '"| to Sept 2S. the School W.O.W. will be held Friday night. )fr. an i Mrs. Andrews are living I under the direction of W, II.

ten overnight They were Harold Francia GIl- Louts. She served Mississippi\ and IViard decided to get hath tth .. Aug. 23 at 8 o'clock In the hall In their Klngsley Lake cottage. Cats, assisted. by counselors welfare -

stated that In a num- Surles. Leroy Olive I famine Tupelo( at hos- original date of Kept 2 for the purpose of putting on Charlie. Powell local contractorand officer*, athletic directors

rLlane. In recent weeks. : been technician., and I for regttrat. of students.e degree work. All members are carpenter. Is In charge of the and others. The program will
as easy on pltals in ) to, attend. work.. continue through :
pickings", .. urged I August 31stBRADFORD -
oarrency of various adrawers. -.,Instructor 'Stump, Piper CU stu-I' .w1trle, Ga.
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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Miss Blithe Collins, our third Pine LevelBy Mr. and htrv! ?
River E
New grade teacher spent the weekend I Theressa rt:'
A Established 1877 In Gainesville as the guest of her Eva Mae Trlest Mr*. H. M. McRa the arrival of .

K. L, Matthew ?______ Editor and Owner Hy The School mother. .By. e . . . . tamed Oder\ ..a Charles Itlle '
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SPECIAL CITY ELECTIONA and Rev. W E. Hall filled hU,
and Mrs. E. 3. Sibley reg- Miss
Published Weekly en Friday and Entered ** Second Glass Matterat Regular services were held In Mr* Beatrice
election, to fill ular appointment at Pine Level Barns\
special city Ruth, and Martha at
the Post Office at Starke, Florida. the Baptist church Sunday by the daughter. community was the
the Rev. Truby Parrlsh. two vacancies on the City Coun- Home Patsy Ruth Hall, Grace Baptist Chu.Th Sunday morning of Miss N
of pastor Santa Fe. The pastor and his cil, will be held in Lawtey next Dickinson and Carrie Mae Hale and night. A f>tal of 206 persona day. Gwenl101Y11dca...

JUSTICE TO ALL family were dinner guests Sunday Tuesday August 27. J. E. Wall. were visiting In Deland and Ponce I attending! Sunday school and Mr. and
Jr., la a candidate to fill the un- Sunday. three new number of the church Mrs.
DeLeon Springs
afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. have
moved their
There are alarming similarities between the cur- expired term of J. M. Reddish, visitinghis were aj.-u'tid flowing: hj min ino ors
Wiggins./: Truman Dickinson was / deuce in our
rent deliberations over peace treaties and the Versailles deceased; and O. J. Anders Is a in worship *e..vico'
sister Mrs. Bell] Garrett, nil now
Nolan Grlffls of Jacksonville Is at
agreements which followed World War I-and did so candidate for the unexpired term aft- hon"BECENTLY tu th'lf
few with Mr. Green Cove Springs Sunday Mrs. H. Heyc and ch-llren friends
spending a days
much to sow the seeds of World War II. and Mrs. Joe Moody and children. of W. H. Edwards Jr., resigned.All ernoon. o!Ga'neavlll' wars visiting friends

Again the great powers are fighting for spheresof Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Nettle and qualified electors In the town Mr. and Mrs. Ben Loper and here :C'.J day ,,;:"rnll>nftev.
of Lawtey are urged to visit the JISCR\RGOI
influence. the dark shadow of "balance
Again, business visitorsin and Mra. O. J. Raulersonand
son. Wllbert. and D! T. Nettles children were
power" politics hangs over the meetings. Again; the were visiting Mrs. A. A. SweatIn polls next Tuesday. Palatka Saturday.Joe Mr. and Mr. W. J. Slkes Pvt. E. J. Smith< of B,

work of the delegates is hampered by secret commit- Lake City Hospital Saturday Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and W. McGee of Macon Ga.. of Jacksonville were guests of County was honorably

ments made during the war. This 'has been an especi- afternoon. family recently moved 'Into the arrived Saturday to spend a few the H. M. McRae family Sunday from the Army Air|

ally difficult problem for Mr. Byrnes. And again many Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrewsand Raulerson home In the western days with Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie afternoon. Fort Bragg, N. c?ort Juii

of the smaller powers are living in fear of being sold son. Gene spent Friday In part of town. Swindell and soo. Larry and Mr. and Mrs. Hevey'3roves an.l cording to his dlscharp

out by the Big Four. The vehement protests registeredby Gainesville. The Boy Scouts of Lawtey at- Elmo McGee. children of TJmatllla were guests cate filed In the ceurdsw
Dr. Evatt of Australia are an indication of this. I. N. Nettles of Lake City andC. tended the Scout Jamboree at the Mrs. Sidney W. Grlffls and son last week of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. week.

What seems to have been largely lost is that conception H. Peoples of Winter Haven C. H. Na worthy cottage on Sidney Jr., of Lake Geneva, were :Moras.!

of "One World" which was so brilliantly arguedby were visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Klngaley Lake Monday. weekend guests -of Mr. and Mra. J. H. Hall and Mrs. Esther

Wendell Willkie and which, in all its essentials, was Nettles Wednesday. The Rev. Ralph Rivers of Waldo Jimmie Swindell. Blizzard and lIOn, Raymond, all
Webster Baker and Carl Polk was a guest at the Methodist Mrs. Swindell and sons, Walter of Tifton Ga., were recent guests!
once supposed to be the guiding policy of all the Allies.It EXPER.M
of Tarpon Springs were guests of parsonage here Sunday Afternoon. and Willis, moved to Green Cove of Rev and Mrs. W. P:. Hall.
was a conception based solidly and practically upon Mr .and Mrs. M. L. Johns and Springs Tuesday.
Miss Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Hill
Marguerite accompanied -
the conditions of the times. Today, space is of small family Tuesday.Mr. extended Miss Irene Cochrane left Sat-
left Thursday an by :Mr.: : and Mrs. Lucian -
importance to a nation's security-a bombing planecan and Mrs. Jay Moody and visit with relatives In Atlanta urday night to visit her sister Conner left Monday morning -

fly anywhere in the world in a matter of hours, children spent Sunday with Mrs. Ga. Mrs. M. M. Castleberry. of Miami. for a two week vacttlon tripIn

and a stratosphere missile can do it in minutes. A Ada Kelly of Ralford. B. Blocker Don Neel of St. Petersburg
Mr. and Mrs Nelson New Mexico and the
fragile peace, based upon force and fear, will be only a Mrs. Charlie P. Cowen Is re- of Jacksonville Beach were guestsof was visiting his mother* Mrs. Mr. Conner spen grea.tSouthwest. .
breathing between the last and the next. ceiving congratulations on her Clara Mason, this week.
space war Mrs. Blocker's parents, Mr. and left two years In New Mexico whilehe e
21st birthday anniversary. Her Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Kelsey
The tremendous problem before the world is to Mrs. A. H. Harley, last Sunday. few was enlisted in the Army.
mother was hostess at a lovely Friday to spend a days inj
establish a peace which will be fair to all nations, which dinner for the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells were Indiana. II| Mrs. Carl Dubba of Lake ,City S E
will the rights of all nations and which will visiting Mrs. Well' mother, Mrs. Mrs. P. E. RVIC
respect Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Andrewsand Mrs. G. W. Grittieth and chil- was visiting Taylor
make it possible for all nations to live together in the family spent Sunday after- Effie Miner, over the weekend. dren returned home after spend Si-ncay. '
is attendingthe
world without need to resort to arms. That kind of noon with Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Miss Methodist Lou Edwards Youth Fellowship ing some time with her parents Eddie Murrheo of Milliard will Chas. C.

peace cannot tome from deals between the great powers Hamilton at Brooker.R. at Florida Southern Col- Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan. fill the pulpit at Pine Level Bap-

which use the small powers as trading material. It J. Petty of Raiford was assembly in Lakeland this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Griffis had tist Church this coming teunday ShepherdAt !

can only be built upon the sound foundation pf justiceto visiting Mr. and Mrs. Melton lege Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly were as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. in.the absence of Rev. W. E. Hall.
Kerce Saturday. W T. Zeigler and eons of Jacksonville Gay's Service Slatl
all. business visitors in Jacksonville Mrs. Suslj Myrick nt Lake
Among those attending the Mr. and Mrs. Rupert
Tobacco Dance in Lake City Fri. Thursday of last week. Zeigler and daughter of Gainesville Geneva spent Tuesday .vlth Mrs.
Jr., and two
Mrs. J. E. Wall,
day night of last week from New and Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
River were Mr. and Mrs. R. J. children, Wayne and Wanda left Dampier and son of Starke. w

EARL'S GARAGE Turner and son, Wilbur. Mr. and Monday for Tampa where Wayne Marvin Eiland Lillie Mae and

Mrs. C E. Andrews and children will undergo areye operation. Leon Trleat were business visitors !$/
Later the Walls will visit Mrs. PP10
Seeber. Doyle and Mary, Mr. and In Starke .
One-Half Mile South of Starke on Road IS Wall's mother, "Mrs. L. G. Hoffman f
Mrs. Raymond Brown Mr. and

All Kinds of Auto Work Mrs. M. F. Wiggins. Mr. and Mrs. ., at C. Boca Wainwright GrandeH. and family _
Albert Moody Mr. and Mrs. spent the weekend with her
of Mrs. Wainwright'sparents
ALL WORK USED Wrecker ServiceGUARANTEED Seeber Moody, W. N. and Belon were guests parents In Madison.

AUTO PARTS DAY OR NIGHT Johns. In Macclenny Sunday. Elizabeth Padget was visitingher
M. Futch and son,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moody and Mrs. E. cousin Inex Neel .at Keystone
IV' 6V children and Mr. and Mrs. Fernie Floyd were visiting her parentsin Heights last Sunday.

Moody and W. W. Shiver of Macclenny over the weekend. (Editor's note: Starting with
WE BUY SELL and TRADE USED CARS Jacksonville Rev. Tetter of Jacksonville and b"15"i'
spent Friday night at- column the Lawtey school
Williams of Arkansas
and Saturday at Sand Hill lake. Rev students will gather and write
I services Sunday at
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kite and tended church the Lawtey News. Citizens of
the afternoon -
Woodlawn and during
children and Tom Kerce spent Lawtey are urged to send in any
Mr. and
Sunday at Orange Park and Mld- were guests news Items to Principal L. H. 'r r
dleburg. Mrs. L. P. Rafuse. who has O'
STARKE DAYgsleyBeach. Futch so kindly consented -
Dan Louie, Jack, and Edward
Jessie Dukes of Worthington to sponsor this column.)
Springs and M. L. Johns enjoyeda Wainwright spent Sunday at Sil-

at three day vacation fishing at ver Springs.Rev. I rft/S
.: Lochloosa lake. and Mrs. J. L. Norris re-

Mrs. C .P. Cowen and childrenof turned to their home here last Now Serving A Full

St. Petersburg and Mr. and week after spending a pleasant "
; Mrs. Henry Turner of Jackson vacation In North Carolina. The Line of Regular Din

ville spent the weekend with Mr. Rev. Norris filled his pulpit at the -,
ners, Short Orders and
r Baptist church Sunday morningand
and Mrs. Fran Tomllnson.Q. 1
Every Thursday From 12 to 6 W Andrews was in Jacksonville night. SandwichesA
Friday and Monday.Mr. Woodlawn Baptist church had -
and Mrs. p. Colson of El baptismal services.at Crosby Lake Clean Quiet ;
Paso Texas are spending this Sunday afternoon.Mr.
PRESENT THIS AD FOR week here with Mr. and Mrs. M. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten are Place To Eat
Wiggins and other relatives In visiting their son W C. Wooten. IP YOU BAKE AT HOME hurry!St

Brooker.Mr. Jr., In Atlanta Ga., for several Fleischmann'a wonderful, 40-pap

Free and Mrs. Guy Pinholster days.Miss IXIE book. 70 tested recipes for delickns
of Jacksonville attended Cordelia who Is attending with Fmaim'
Church : rolls, des ert Easy to make
f\ here Sunday and of school In Lawtey was visitingher
SWIMMING were guests *Fresh Active Yeast-forthede
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins. parents In Chester over the
PICNIC TABLES ; Charlie Johns spwijt last weekin weekend. CAFE flavor and fine texture that mean!

Large Room For Tampa with his cousins. Mr. Mlaa Esther Shuford and Miss baking success. Send for your FRB

Dressing Accommodations and Mrs. Hubert Rouse and fam- Linda Carter spent Friday of last 703TEMPLE today to Fleischmann's Yeast, Bo
week in Jacksonville.Mrs. AVE. New York 17,
Grand Central Annex,
Jay Moody and son. William Rosalia McLeod and chll-
We Suggest For A Good Meal TRY OUR were shopping in Jacksonville .


Ted Hall 0 f Jacksonville is

Cottages, Rooms.Apartments Reasonable Rates spending a few days with his
sister Mrs. Alvin Thomas.

Billiards Boating Bowling Mr. and Mrs. Pledger Joins

KINCSLEY; BEACH LOCATED ON BEAUTIFUL and children spent Sunday In Stop.
with Mrs.
Midway Florence,Con- .
Camp Blanding ner. They also visited in Lake

City.M.. F. Wiggins E. A. Se pp.

Emory Johns and C. E. Andrews have a Coke

7 .lifl.a.fIy j.. Qp Cl..i.i were In Gainesville Monday

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,i 'j .
."'" ,Of Afro Mam Craw
if \ .

Margaret Carter popular
t i bride-elect was the honoree at a /'I I
delightful young people's party
given Saturday night In the Meth- I

{ *aL ., Y odist Church annex. The party 1
-: / was given by Mra. Enza Blanch- \
( ard' Young People's Class of the \ \

Methodist Sunday school. ,

The guests enjoyed games and S
,.,.. contests, and delicious refreshments 5/
of banana splits and cold
t drinks were served. Miss Carter

received a variety of lovely gifts.
YOUR OWN CLOSET R. A. Grlffls has remodelled his -

corner building formerly occupied i

Start your fall shopping In your own closet. by Carradine's Drug Store. It Is

Just bring last year's favorite suit and dressto understood that, the building will .

us for like-new cleaning that puts themin be occupied In a few weeks by a ,/ 'Ii

the 1946 fashion parade. With quality new business and complete details I

cleaning, we'll restore flower-fresh smartness are expected next week.

to lovely suits and dresses. You can add an- W. S. C. S. ENTERTAINED

other lifetime to an old outfit by bringing Mr*. G. W, Roberts was hostess I

it to us for cleaning. and entertained the Woman's Society -

of Christian Service of the

Lawtey Methodist Church with a -
l'UONE 135 1 /
covered dish luncheon Thursday
night of last week. The meetingwas I
ROBT. 315
IJI __. held at the S. T. Dell cottage

GREEN, 7telU Temple on Klngdey lake. ,0,1IU ..O,. < '?,?, 0, INS
Owner Ar .
regular meeting of the
Lawtey School Parent-Teachers STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.

Association: convened Wednesday

afternoon of last week In the


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Ing. Lectures
eral Scout were given by sev- of Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde to whom . s . . . . . . . .
executives and most sympathy is extended.

ate Farm of the! boys went swimming. WOMAN'S COUNCIL MEETING HamptonBy I BrookerBy Rising

R .P.
Wbltfle14 McLenodon
Dryas Scoutmaster, The social YOUR WATCH
I o meeting of the Wom Mrs. M.
U '
. and H. O. Bates SweeneyDOlBLR Mrs T. W. Markey' By MRS. EDDIE NORMAN
III, an's Council
assistant of
.pARTY Scoutmaster, accompanied the tlan Church of Starke First was*Chris held\ . . . . . . e . . . Deserves the Best
Scout Troop following Scouts: Laverne and at the home of Mrs. p. s. Crews DIRTIID.PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Herschell Lay- JTONKS-NORMAN
y night Boy last Thursday afternoon from 3 The attractive residence of Mrs. field and children spent SundayIn
Charles Spooner Mr. and Mrs.. .
Edward Normanannounce
104 of Raiford particl- Quinton until 4 o'clock. Gordon Weest was the scene of a St. Augustine.

the New River monthly and Sullivan Bloodsworth. Jack The program consisted of lovely children's party Saturday Mra. O. R. Oano of Clermont the marriage of their
Kelly R. B. an daughter, Jeanette. to Mr. Truman
Harvey, James Lewis afternoon when
f Honor, which was heW GodWin Jack Carson opening prayer by Mrs. Eunice Mrs. Mrs. Weest and and Mrs. Evelyn Meadow of Sparr Jones on Sunday. August 18
Lake home of Wilson hymns ,"Send the Douglas Hardy entertained were dinner guests of Mr. and
Kingsley Bridges, William Light"and at nine o'clock! In the morning.
C. H. Nssworthy Oscar Engram, It as joint hostesses honoring the Mrs. R. F. Gano 4
Mrs. Jr., John Green "Sing to Jesus", by the Monday.Mr. The Rev L. Q. Hemingway per. I
Sapp, Leonard birthday anniversaries of
the Scout Jamboree. .. Sapp( and the Council; Scripture reading by Betty and Mrs. Ralph Mott and formed the ceremony at his residence REPAIRTrustworthy
mascot little Weest. aged 7. and
cued fish baked beans, "Spanky" McLendon. Mrs. J. W. Woodward; and the Dudley Hardy, children, Mrs. Olga Prevail of In Starke. The couple will

Icicles, bread and Coca- Music was furnished story of the Birth of Christ by aged S, their respective children. Valdosta, Ga.. Mr. and Mra. B. make their home near Theressa. Service

were served the many by R. B. Mrs. C. D. Sellers. The twenty-four young guests. W. Mott of Hague, and Mr. and
Harvey and Jack I
rom the dlttrtct attend-. Kelly. After the meeting was concluded were delightfully entertainedwith Mrs Pascoe Mott of Gainesville Mi 'and Mrs Joe Call of Graham -

DEATH OF C. A. RITCH by a prayer by Mrs. Sellers Indoor and outdoor games were dinner guests of Mr. and were guests of Mr. and .Mr*. Harley F. Strong

The death of C. A. Ritch of Mrs. Crews served Ice cream and contests, and prizes were Mrs Sam Mott Sunday Edward Norman Sunday.

Jacksonville and Crescent City and cake, assisted by Barbara awarded to Vernon Blade and Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge Kelleyof Robert Norman of Jacksonville 1ST Wet CaJl St.!
J. spent last week here
C. Warren Jr. Individual and as the guestof
in an automobile accident near Jean Prevatt of Starke and Pat- Jacksonville were Sunday CAMP BLANDINU JEWELER
group snapshots were taken during his mother, Mrs. Maggie Nor-
Green Cove Springs Sunday is ricia Wlllard. Mrs. Eva Feaglewas guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. SINCE 19(1LET'S
tha afternoon for
regretted. The deceased was! 'the a guest on this occasion and remember Kelley man.Mr..
6 anea. and Mrs. S. R. Clark and
brother ()f H. C. Ritch and additional I members I
present were Mr. and Mra. Earl Green and family were called to Jacksonvillethis .

4 Mrs. Ira Moltt. Mrs. Havana: The numerous gifts presented children spent the first of. this week due to the sudden Illness .
Johns. Mrs. Louise Newman and Betty and Dudley were openedand week In Arcadia. of their daughter who resides ruuI

Mrs. L. J, Kite.Wednesday I admired In the living room, Barbara Ann Tilllgham of there. : GOSKATING
and then the candles: on the two
/ NOTICEWe Mr. and Mrs. E. W.: lovely birthday cakes were lighted. Gainesville spent Sunday after

/ Dinkins and family moved from Delicious homemade Ice cream noon here visiting Mr. and Mrs. FARM NOTESIf

I Heilbronn Springs Into the home was served with the cake. S. M. Mott. I
formerly occupied by Mr. and Miss Mary Allen returned to a peach tree is Infested so
Assisting hostess In
Mrs. E. Q. Land. Guests of Mr. her home here after a summerof badly with white peach scale that
and Mrs. Dinklns were Mrs. Gertrude Slade, employment in Tampa. She there Is danger of It being killed
Friday were Mrs Odell Open Nightly Except
Warren. Mrs. Juanita
will enter BUS next term. by the pests the Infestation can
/ Have ChangedOur Mrs. M. L. Thompson and children 7 10:30 M.
Hlnaon. and Mrs. Willie Mae Denton MM Nora Sapp is spending athree be considerably reduced by scrubbing Monday to P.
Billy and Dorothy, of Water of Starke.
the trunk and branches
week vacation in Jacksonville large

OMIBI Oak.Mr. INITIAL P.-T. A. MEETING with .Mr. and Mrs. Harry with an oil emulsion or commercial -
and Mrs.
J. A. Douvler
Sapp. lime-sulphur. If this Is done, Friday Saturday and

Locationand Johnny Bouvier, III., and Andre Teachers The Hampton Association school held its Parent-first Mr and Mrs. P. 8. Colson of however, care should be taken to Sunday 2 to 5 1>. M. Also
McRae went to McIntosh
August El Paso Texas, are here visitingMr avoid getting the material on the
meeting of the 1946-47 term in
14 for the
at family given .and Mrs. G. B. Colson andMI'1I. leaves. 011 emulsion and commercial
are now the school auditorium
by Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McRae
In lime-sulphur will Injure
I. W. Pin holster.
afternoon of last with the
125 honor of the fourteenth birthday president, Mrs. Doris week Hicks, pre- Mr. and Mrs. Wada Harrell, leaves on peach trees, so they NEW\ MAPLE
of their
anniversary son, Andre. Mrs. Beulah Harrell and Rand should not be used'as a spray
Andre remained at his home at siding. until the trees are dormant and
Crews Mrs Wiles
were visiting
East Call St. that time Old and new business was disposed -
following a visit of Dubose In High Springs Thursdayof leafless In the winter. FLOORNew
of and of
.a several an election officers -
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. last
t for the ensuing term.was
0 Bouvier. held. Those elected are Mrs. W. Mrs. R. A. Jordan and Mrs

Mrs. R. H. Tyson left Sundayfor H. Smith, president; Mrs. Doris Clara Mae Bishop of Mobile, Ala., PSPRE

Fairmont, N. C., where she Hicks, vice -president; Mrs. and Miss Sarah Jordan of Jack Shoe Skates

Biggs & Baker will visit her mother and sister Oweida Johns secretary; and Mrs. sonville were weekend guests of '' For Rent and Sale
for several weeks. Gertrude Slade,. treasurer Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey.Mr. REU F FOR ACID

,. After visiting Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Lyles Jones and
C1T CI Many enterprising plans were INDIGESTION
Bicycle Shop P. S .Crews for some time, Mr. advanced :or future meetings of children were Sunday guests of
and Mrs. C. D. Sellers have movedto his parents In Gainesville
the P.-T. A. and several social ) SHARPLESSROLLER
Heilbronn Springs. events have been forecast for the Miss Madeline Green of Jacksonville I
Mrs. P. D. Fancher, Jr., left fall and winter season. \ won the weekend guestof 1s

Thursday for River Junction All parents are urged to join her parents, Mr. and Mrs 1

Can Use More Pulpwood where she and Mr. Fancher are the P.-T. A. and participate In Dave Green. 1Carpenter's RINKGreen

now making their home.H. the activities and help make the Mr. and Mrs Rural Dukes of
O. Davis and William\ Lucas Dukes and three children were
school of the Cove
WRITE TIMBER DEFT. Hampton one most Springs
leis I of the Univer sit I y of Florida, cooperative In the county. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Green Drug Storr

[Container Corp'n.. of America. Fernandina. Fla.r Gainesville\ spent the past weekend Sunday 4' ... .
with Mr. and Mrs. W. N. SWIMMING PARTY Mr. and Mrs E. J. Lewis and

North. The Young Peoples Choir, with Mr. and Mrs T. W. Markey were

Mrs. Cecil McRae and Miss their sponsors Mr. and Mrs. FredS. visiting W. L. Parrish at Dukes

Safety Comfort and Economy Lois Dlckcon of Mcintosh were Dodd of Mldlakes, entertainedwith Sunday afternoon. Mr. Parrish

overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. a swimming party at Silver Is seriously ill. after the

[ FOR COURTEOUS Fr A. Bouvier Friday. Lake on the C. L. May campsite Mrs. Arthur Edwards has re game...

(; "" '"' R. W. Brannen and daughter, Tuesday of last week. turned to her home here after

CORRECT [ : Miss Pauline, r e tji rned Friday Weiner roasting and peanut spending a week In Vanderbilt

'' rnEU from Key West ana 1 other points boiling\ were enjoyed. and cold community"with her mother, Mrs. .

INFORMATION ; 9 in the southern part of the State drinks were served. A large dele F. M. Norman. Friends of Mrs.

.r..plroQae..1 rat It where they 'enjoyed fishing and gation was also present from Norman will be glad to know

visits with relatives for a week. Theressa to enjoy the amusing that she la-convalescing from a

Young Jack Wayne Bradley of activities. recent illness '
Ride Florida Greyhound''Lines, Inc. Busses Jacksonville visited Mr. nnd Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Brown were visitors to Jacksonville Hatunlay. t111
STATION It. H Hundley for several days
and sons, Emory and Frank, left ATLANTIC
this week while! his parents -
nple Ave. LACY CONWAY. Agent Starke Fla. during Friday for a ten day tour through Mrs. Ann R. Guy will b* one
Mr. and Mrs. Re Bradley,
Georgia, visiting Mr. Brown's of the teachers In the Vacation
UfttL *
Clinton, at- AIF
and their other son, ,rs c
held In the
Bible School
relatives and his childhood home. being
tended the Bradley family reunion .
Waldo Methodist Church this and .wive-
Other points of interest they will
Mrs. Bradley
FRES'II in Georgia.
visit Include Lyons Wadley, fttllledgevllle next week.
brought Jack down Thursday at
Clayton and Atlanta. Mra. Ruby Underwood spent
which time Clinton, who had been Walden Wadsworth of the Mer Sunday at her home In Gaines AINi..,(,..p.-
SEAFOODand visiting his 1 grandparents since:
chant Marines, spent several days ville.
llonday, returned to lili home.
The Christian Church Sunday
last week with his parents, Mr.
Rev end Mrs. W. G. Smedleyand
and Mrs G. P. Wadsworth. school announces its new opening
Mrs. C. F. Rivers of Lake Instnadof 1
time as 10 o'clock a. m. !
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Aldermanand
Butler were visitors of Mr. and 3 m., effective Sunday I UNDERSTANDING
eons Jay, Jr., and Bill were
POULTRYTHE Mrs. P. S. Crews Thursday etrcnin Preaching services are held In the
of and
recent dinner guests Mr;
*. Mrs. Levy Canova of Starke. Christian Church each third Sunday : the economy management make upa
After an extensive visit with month.TUNGTREES. Service which
Mrs. Mary Price Jones and ot the r primary quality of our

Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher, children, Richard I Clarice and ;it dedicated to the affairs and nerds of
Winder returned to her
FINS & FEATHERS Ruby Andrea, of Huntingdon spent the bereavement.
home in St. Louis, Mo.. Tuesday.Rev. .
past week with her sister, Mrs.
and Mrs. Ray Y. Waldtn
Next. Door to Alvarez Store of Lake Butler were guests ol Russell Dyal. eaa U. S. e.rlmi_ ..tI.e .+na, 4DEWITT
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson F. May,
[PHONE 70 WE DELIVER Mr. and Mrs .LynwooJ Watts Miss Betty Horne and Dick May vigorous, prolific. Hick *. il IfMeDCo
but stUctioa. NOWI C. JONES
I, Friday. were visitors to Jacksonville Sat. T. assura a* *
Crewi of Lawtey was
Herber' urday. Mr. and Mrs. May also AMBULANCE SERVICE
the luncheon gueet of Herbert visited In Green Cove Springs

Flllyaw Fr'Jay.': Thursday afternoon.Mrs. CA, Funeral Director, ,

hen Your Tires Are Slick Time to Recap When Mrs.the J.home C. Williams of her i.returned nand Ellzle Day of Plant Cityhas 1 STARKK PHONE TOur
to *).1 raBV. Tal tat*fl* aV"I
been visiting her sister, Mrs.
RECAPPING dau;;hler-In-Iaw, Mr. and Frances Wadsworth.Mrs. local funeral home enable us to

AND VULCANIZINGALL Mrs. J. L. Williams, last WeJ- Alma Saxon and Miss U... to Wolgb offer conveniences and services not
uenda- she was accompanied l>y otherwise; available.
SIZE TIRES Jessie L. Wright returned Thurs-
rcr daughter, Mrs. J. E. Ewlnj. day night from a sightseeingtrip 170 Lbs.!"

AND-TUBES and by little Doris E s ing, of to Atlanta Ga., and Chattanooga AV*. ..M. ...... h_ t, 11 I Wa furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices and

24-HOUR SERVICE Mobile. Alabama, who vUlted Mr. Tenn. They also report M Now-r.-:: 1<1 WUc*lba.s.seef M A V D8 accept ANY life insurance policy In force, issued by ANY com-
for about a w
and Mrs. Williams enjoying the scenic beauty of 'VI is..ah.y.M.diieM ...... pany', aa payment in part or In full on a funeral. Consultation
,I+ BEST MATERIALS week. M... Hntim(II*l...'rlci>tt
Lookout Mountain and surround ..KM || M.Is nM. 10 la es carries no obligation.
GRADE "A" RUBBERS Visitors of Mr. and Mrs M. C. ing country. hip* ...4aI.Mbar.Tam.5.w. .
Thursday night and Fri- -, ., or _r not ... 1M
P. E. Griffin of Jacksonville Mim but fhw ndrf rduc_
i Workmanship Guaranteed day were Mr. and Mrs. D. A. has been spending several days ...... very FtrM H" MoM 6hM '.
ttoiulUOT .
of Plant Mnnry Hr* _
PHONE 79 Conerly and son with his parents, Mr. and Mr.
City, and Mrs. J. R. Hardee and isdbIcslll-.taduetwtbr 9
W. H. Grlffm. .sisal doom mart flu. *
daughter, Imo gene, of Gaines Mrs. Ralph Piersol and three I. e-s.- nM l. t. IS

children of Detroit Mich., arrived ____sf'ISt11.ATn.rl.r. ,
STARKE TIRE SERVICE ville.Mr.. and Mrs. Lyle Nolan and Thursday to join her husband at ...CAM,...._...PI_ / a NEW

Miss Melvene Davis of Gainervilla their home here ...._No' dfs... NobnUvM.Van ds'tM
Adjoining Garage Temple Ave. spentthe past weekend wltli: Miss Phyllis Martin of Lawteywas wt e.v:.1-l.. tb1.-., ... -:..: r r, re
Temple (ujt 1It's
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis. the weekend guest of Mrs. Saw..p, :J ..mAYLA eVpnsM.Wdy wncudT ',
Jacksonville << Irani..., x>* *
Little Toni Randall of Ah-1uWy mr uaflrHUMIOM
Archie Eiland ant MUa HarvenaWatterson. AVIM M1*.NOW,phone a*callM rCrt killer
is visiting his grandpar Koch Drug Btorv Pone M. TarSal

eats Mr. and Mr*. J. O.* Randall. Mr. and Mm. Fred S. Dodd and this sul a. a rtealad r.
Mrs. J. W. Turner and four children of Keystone Heights

children came Wednesday of last were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. a Dr.Hen product and it's called Anturat.
RADIOSFOR their home In Tifton,
week from and Mrs .Cauda L. May.

I Ga., to visit Mr. and Mrs. M D. Mr. and Mra. Leaston A. Wynn It's ideal 'for farm ue because it's not

DELIVERY I Young. Mrs. have returned from St. Peter G 'dangeroua to poultry livestock, or pita it
IMMEDIATE J. N. Cauthem, bur* and Clearwater where they .
----- I M. C. Roberts ,la now employedat visited friends and relatives. properly tued.

EA 55. complete with btry. & aerial --_______ 48.50 the" Atlantic Halford. Coast Line station Miss Martha >>orn. had\,a..II It's more effective than squill against the
43.50 Jn her guest last week Miss\ Ruth
PCA-64F3.; complete with btry. & aerial -__--- 41.50 Mrs E. J. Yarbrough spent several Sibley of Tber...., Norway or common brown rat.It' .

dmiral Farm Set, complete with btry. & aerial days during tAe put week In Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Adklna haveas Canvas AwningsFREE
with her son and tutetea -the rats cant detect it In
Gainesville their guests this week their
Send for our list of other available daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. daughter: Mrs. Grace Bealc cJarksonvMe / feed or other baits. It can be used as a track..

Farm Home and Auto Radios Albert Yarbrough, having returned and their son ..ndc1alleMUIn.law ESTIMATES ing poison-rats walk in It, lick their feet,
home with them Sunday after Mr and Mrs.

SERVICE they had been her supper guests Grafton Adklnn. and children, and die
NATIONAL RADIO En route to their Miami home Polly Ann and Mike, of MiamiMr .. toll costly: and dangerous' rats now with

'following a vacation trip to several *. Y.ta Kemp of Washtrgton ANDREWS .
1, Fb.fail states Mr. and Mrs. Anturat we have Anturat in stock.
1109 Miami Rd. Jacksonville eastern D. C arrived this week for a -
1 with COD Guy Norman and three children visit with hr. lsur. Mrf. H. B AWNING CO.

l Orders Accepted Send 20 percent .spent the past weekend with Mr. Wlggtr' and arks Mr. O.org

orders. JJorman's uncle and aunt, Mr. and William Lake Butler.., Fla Sistrunk Feed & Seed Co.

Mrs. G. E. Crews. W H. Maxwell and son. Bruce,

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Miss Sarah Poythress Mrs. Smith HostessAt '| Crowe-Strong WMU Has MemorialFor society during
SOCIETY and CLUBS j' Mrs. W. L. WallThe Circle Three
Becomes Bride Bridge-Luncheon I Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Crowe, of program which had

Atlanta, announce the engage- WMU of the First deq
Of John A. Torode Mrs. Junlus :M. Smith was hostess i I of their daughter Miss Baptist t sionary work In cis
Mrs. Slade HostessAt Supper At KingsleyFor meat Church held Its regular business
The First Methodist Church of last Friday afternoon at a : Eleanor Elizabeth Crowe to Har-

Bridge-Luncheon Club ,Members Macclenny was the setting Fri. bridge-luncheon for members of ley Frank Strong, Jr., son of and pfogram meeting Tuesday

day August 19, for the marriage the Friday afternoon Bridge Club.,j Mr. and Mrs. Harley F. Strong, afternoon In the church building,
The lovely Kingsley Lake home The Dell Cottage on Kingsley of Miss Sarah Elizabeth poyth- The terrace of her lovely Santa of this city. The wedding will A short memorial service in hon

of Mrs. Tom Blade was the scene Lake was the scene Tuesday red*, daughter of Mrs Charles W, Fe Lake home was beautifully I take place September 1 at Orme- or of Mrs. W. L. Walt precededthe I

Wednesday morning of a delightful -I evening of a lovely covered dish Poythress and the late Mr. Poythress decorated with arrangements of wood Park Presbyterian Church, meeting and was directed by

bridge-luncheon given In hon- supper given by Mrs. Vernon Sil- to John Arthur 'Torode of zinnia and other late summer 'In Atlanta. Mrs. Alma Hough. The service
cox for the members of the Tues- Starke and Jacksonville son of flowers. The hostess served a The bride-elect was graduatedfrom was opened by a hymn "Sweet
or of her two house guest, Mrs. day evening bridge club. The Mrs. William Edwin Torode, Sr delicious two-course luncheon and Girls' High School, and wasa Bye and Bye" and the devotional 1

Janie Pearl Davenport of Baxley. table wa.attractively set buffet of Starke and the late Mr Torode. was assisted by Mrs. R. A. Weeks member of Sigma Tau Delta was under the direction of Mrs.

Oa. and Mrs. Clyde Sinclair of style and a delicious supper was The ceremony was performed by and Mrs. W B. Mundy. Sorority. She attended Mercer S. E. Sparks and Mrs.. W. J. 711:6Q:

Atlanta, Ga. The game room of enjoyed.. the Rev. H. T. Foley, pastor of The guests played several progressions University and was a member of Epperson Sr... offered a prayer. 0thQt
the home was beautifully decorated After supper the members the church. of bridge during the Phi Mu Sorority and of the Wom- Mr. J. E. Futch Bang a lovely)

with arrangement of late played bridge and when the score Tall palma, white gladioli clem- afternoon and Mrs. Tom Grady en's Athletic Association She 1* solo "Not Half Has Ever Been C.n't afford an

flowers 'and leave were tallied it wan found that alls, and lighted tapers decoratedthe won high prize. Mrs. C. A. now employed by the American Told." The society gave a beautIful either.
summer palm Mrs. Hallie Jones won high prize. chancel of the church. The Darby won second high prize. Telephone and Telegraph Com- vase of dahlias to the Wall Automobil,

The guest played bridge before Miss Lucile Mitchell and Mr. R family pews were marked with Invited to be present at this pany. family to be''placed upon the billty Inurne. .
the luncheon and when the W. Sturgis also won prizes In .white satin ribbon 'and white delightful affair were: Mrs. R. A. The bridegroom-elect was grad grave of Mra. Wall who was 'a YOU In
scores were tallied It was found bingo.In gladioli.The Weeks, Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs uated from Georgia Military faithful worker and a member of ';i call 01.

that Mr*..Junlus Smith won high addition to the regular members ceremony was.preceded bya Tom Grady, Mrs C. A. Darby, Academy and entered the Sea. Circle One. en"

prize and she was presented a of the club who were present program of nuptial music:, ren- Mrs. J. M. Darby, Mrs. O. L. bees. Since his discharge, he has The short business meeting of
lovely crystal vase Mrs. A. Z. were: Mrs: Guy Sale, Mrs. Hallie dered by Mrs. Roes Evan of Beasley, Mra. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. been connected with the Wagstaff the society wall conducted by
Adkins won second high prize Jones Mrs. R. W. Sturgis Mrs. Gainesville. The traditional wed- K. G. Duncan Mrs T. T. Long, Motor Company, in Atlanta. the president. Mrs. Alma Hough. Charley E.

and was presented a vase of milk Ruth Baker and Mrs. E. L ding march "Lohengrin" (Wagner Mrs. Tom Slade, Mrs. J. G. God Mrs. H. A. Lawson.was appointed -

glass. The honorees were each Biggs, Jr. ) was used. Miss Katherine win of the State Farm, Mrs. W. Birthday Observed to act as secretary for the Phone l3Ageg'Y
presented a lovely pair pearlear
Klein of Glen St. Mary "Al- B. Sewell, Mrs. J. W Andrews
bobs of the hostess. Mrs. sang Edwards,Tommy Edwards
gift Budd
With Swim
Mrs. L. of the State
Mrs. Register and ways" and( "At Dawning. Chapman
Blade was assisted In serving by Faxon, Dewey Lavinghouze, Billy
Rlcharde of
Mrs. H. M.
Mrs. T. T. Long. Mrs. Sexton Hostesses The bride was given in marriage Farm Attractive Ruth Edwards was Thlgpen Curtis, Ted, and Darren
her cousin George A. the State Farm, Mrs. Hope
Those present at this delightful by the honor guest on her fifteenth Edwards and Jimmie Lee of Mo-'
French of New Orleans, La., and Haynes, Mrs. Ethel Biggs, Mrs. Repreesnting THE
bile Ala.
and ,
gathering were: Mrs. Fred Guy, Mm. Freeman Register Jr. Mrs. birthday anniversary last Friday
James Baker of Gainesville,
selected of white
Mrs. J. L. Bigg, of Jackson Mrs. William Sexton were Joint she a gown Bill Wearn of Jacksonville, Mrs. evening at a birthday party given
ville, Mrs. Ethel Biggs, Mrr. W. hostesses Thursday of last weekat eyelet embroidered marquisette Emma Chalker, Mrs. Edward by her mother Mrs. Guy Edwards -"
with sweetheart
B. Jr. Mrs. I. N. Brea- luncheon I In fashioned a Mrs. Elliot at
Mundy a delightful given Mrs. and Flynn
full skirt of Burns, Mrs. M. F. ,
scale Mrs. K.O. Duncan, Mr. D. honor of Mrs. Dorothy Hubner neckline. The was the Kingsley Lake home of her
Nat Mrs E. L. Matthews
A. Mont ieth, Mrs J. M. Smith, and her houseguest, Mrs. Bill taffeta fingertip length J. Burns. aunt, Mrs. Douglas Lavinghouze. Final Clearanc
and Mrs
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Miss Phillip of Augusta Ga. The din. veil of bridal was caughtto The guests enjoyed swimmingand <
Madge Middleton.. ing table of Mrs. Register's home her head by a coronet of seed CARD OF THANKSWe Indoor games and refresh
was attractively arranged buffet pearls. Her only ornament was ments of ice cream and cake were

Recent Births style with a centerpiece of late I a strand of pearls. She carried the family of Truman D. served on the pier. Mrs. Edwasda
Bible and cascade bou- SALE
summer flowers. a white a Dyal, wish to express our heartfelt and :Mrs. Flynn were assisted by !
white and tuberoses -
Mr. and Mr. James Starnsell, The bonorees were presented quet of gladioli thanks to all those who were\ Mrs. Douglas Lavinghouze, and

Jr., Starke, boy (Richard GIrani), lovely gift by the hostesses. so kind to us during the illness daughter, Dorothy Mrs. Earl Ed.
Aug. 18th. Wade mother of Miss Erin Poythress, sister of Ibf our loved one, for the loving wards Mrs. Rosa Carter Mrs.
Mra. Charles ,
the bride served maid of hon- '
Mr. and Mr. Slater Robertson, as words of'sympathy expressed,' and Dorothy Hubner and Mrs. W. D. All Ladies'Summer
Mr*. Register, assisted In serving, or and Miss Luta Poythresd, alsoa
Green Cove Springs, girl Aug. for the beautiful flowers sent. Faxon.
be with the honorees sister was bridesmaid. 'l'hoy ,
and Invited to
I May the Good Lord's blessings be Young friends Invited to enjoy
chose Identical dresses of white,
19th.Mr. : Misses Idalou and
were yours always the occasion with the honoree
and Mrs. Cecil Leach,
eyelet embroidery marquisette
Marjorie Davis and Mrs Freeman Mrs. Truman Dyal were: Misses Oleetha and Odessa
Starke girt (Linda Louise), Aug. fashioned with a low neckline and Dresse
and children. Thomas, Louise' Carter, Mildredthe
19th. Register Sr, I
'a full marquisette vklrt. Their) *
-- -- flowers were circular cascade:
bouquets of red gladioli.The .
Ladies & Misses bride's mother, Mra. Poy- REDUCED TO

threes selected a grey crape
dress with hat to, match. Her
Rayon Blouses - 95c corsage was of pink rosebuds C

Mrs. Torode, mother of tha bridegroom I OneHalPrice
was attired in black crepe
Well now I've seen everything matter with you other come-
with hat and
a matching iccesories -
and her corsage was of --as the old aayln goes A of-agers Don'tchawanna
pink rosebuds. Mrs. Tutt, aunt feminine name on the City Election vote? Hear that a highlightof '

Rayon Skirts t - 95cALL of the bride, also wore a black ticket! Now "ain't thatsumpin" the Scout rally at Kingsley -
dress. Lake Monday night was Spanky
? grandma -
SIZES Charles A. Overstreet, Jr. of McLendon, four-year-old mascotof
Muskogee Okla., served as best What will' these Call the Raiford Troop, recitingthe Our loss ia your gain.
man for the bridegroom. A. Z. Street lassie. be up to next? ; Scout oath and laws just like

Adkins Jr., and Vernon Silcox If you're human (and of course a 12-year old Also quite some .
I' acted as usher I you are) you're doubtless dyingto amusement on the sidelines with .\ .e: No refunds or exchanges

Ladies" Shoes 95c The,ceremony was'followed bya know how and why Martha Ted Osborne performing his rab- :
Play reception at 'the home of the Wood decided to toss her hat in bit magic and Eva Shepherd acting __ ______ _

bride's mother. the ring as a candidate for the .asa stooge i And by the 1 'y) a ar

,.. wfT ALL SIZES N After spending some; time with City Council so here' the story: way, hear Grace Osborne has
I' \ their guests, Mr.. and Mrs. Torode Seems that in the course of heeded the plea of Gilbert Me-
left for a wedding trip. The bride I casual conversation over the sud- Lemore and will head up the cur- Robbin
\ traveled In 11.1; grey suit with 'den outcropping of candidates on rent USO drive in these parts

brown lizard accessories. Her Monday and Tuesday Martha's .

Rayon Dresses 5.85 .corsage was of white gardenias brother, Bill Powell jokingly suggested .
Mrs. Torode was graduatedfrom that if she'd run he'd give Interesting letter this week

.... 'SIZE. 12 ,to 18 Macclenny High School and her a consolation prize of $100 i If from Dr. M. B. Herlong tellingof
'she received fewer votes than
attended Virginia Intermont Col a narrow escape experiencedby
lege. For the past several years anyone else on the ticket him and Mrs. Herlong while
she has been.employed as secre- That $100 sounded powerful goodto driving down from the top of

Nick's Bargain: ; tary with the Charley E. John Martha, and confident of her Kllngsman's 'Dome ((6311 ft.) .
House Insurance Agency of Starke and inability as a politician she called Seems the brakes failed on a

recently has been a flight stewardess brother Bill's "bluff" and got her steep down grade giving the Her-
TWO BLOCKS FROM BUS STATION with National Airlines.Mr. name on the ticket Now Bill longs some very uneasy moments : .\ \:'

Torode I La a graduate of Is campaigning as hard as he can He writes: "I put my engineIn < e-c:
NORTH ON ROAD 13 tYOU'RE Bradford County High School, 'for Martha, trying to save his low and my emergency brakeson

Starke. and attended the University $100, while she la asking all her and drove off on the shoulder

of Georgia. During the friends not to vote for her so with my two right wheels, man-

war he was a Captain in the U. S. she'll win it Ho, hum aging to slow the car dawn until '' /
Army Air Corps, and is now associated Never a dull moment on Call we reached a level place in the
ALWAYS WELCOME ATMcDavid's with the Street! .
Warrington Real road. I found I could pump up]
Estate Association, Jacksonville my brakes some and came on
Grocery & Market Out of state guests Included: Hoar the bounding main was down safely" The Herlongsare
Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Barbour, Just a little too bounding for ten stopping at Parkway Knoll
SUCCESSOR TO GUY'S MARKET Chickasha Okta.. C. A. Over- local landlubbers who tried to get House in Waynesville. and will

225 S. Walnut St. Starke FIa. street, Jr., Muskogee Okla., Miss In a little deep sea fishing at probably be there the rest of this 1

Esther Diamond, Barnwell. S. C., Cedar Keys last Sunday The month He reports seeing QNSt4i
v. Mr. and Mr., R. W. Sturges, Jr. sea was so choppy that only oodles of Florida people, including r

FRI.-Home thrilling Values-SAT. and daughter, Sue, Meridian, three out of the lot-Bill and Call Street's L. A. Davis at
Miss., Mr. and Mrs. G. A. French, Alyce Graham, and Red Mon- a Rotary luncheon in Asheville

New Orleans, La., Mr. and Mrs telth-managed to keep their e (
Fey. White Irish POTATOES, 10 lb. 35c J. Tutt. New Orleans, La., Miss equilibrium Those losing their i nijcI io

r Luta Poythtress of Nashville equilibrium (as well aa practically Well, well Seem to be all

Large BUNCH lOc Tenn., and Mrs. Thomas Morgan everything else) were Kat for now So long, see you in
Vegas. Nev. Montelth. Ralph Rhodes, the next. Carolyn.
Out of town guests wtre as Paul Canova (Jr and Sr.) Billy

Large Yellow ONIONS, ei 1),. 06c follows: Mrs. J. W. Andrews of Wiles and Sammy Walker IN C-OWTY.CIRCMT: FLORIDA COI'RT. BRADFORD It: 4..AN.: . will be in our Cosmetic Department -
Starke. Mrs. O. W. Roberts of Kat Is proud however, that in CKR YRaffaello, start
f''* Lawtey Mr and Mrs. Vernon spite of the fact that her stomach Daniel ('a..tI.ll.., Plaintiff, vs. for one week,

Fancy LETTUCE, each lOc Silcox of Starke, Judge and Mn. was doing nip-ups she managedto No. SO 1 8.Castlglla. Defendant. Cane ing September 2, to demonstrate
A. Z. Adkins of Starke, Mr. J : catch the biggest fish of the ORDER OF FtTBLICATISN

MILK, 3 Large Cans 35C M. Oliver of Baldwin Mr. and day-and 18-lb.''grouper Hear STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: OanleKtlglla DuBarry toiletries and help
Mr*. J. M. Oliver Jr., of Jacksonville Paul Canova (Sr.) was so Indisposed (' whose residence and ad-
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs, he never wet a hook! dress Third Avenue In: '% ROM New Bnra.kl:9154. you with your individual beauty

COFFEE, Luzianna, lb. ., 27 c Jr., of Jacksonville,. Mr.land Mrs. York W. E. Torode, Jr., song.Billy and! Ra York.t 20th Street.. N.w York New problems. She will bring you

Charles of Starke. Mrs Leon Peeked" In Lithe Service Center You ar. required to
COFFEE White on hints for face and figure perfection
lb. ,t7 eVan Moorer' or Jacksonville, Mr. and : dance last Friday night JustIn September 13. 1948. In th.eab .
Mr. W. F. Oliver of time to HT.Cour? and cause.. wherein Success
Baldwin see Buddy Davis (U. andncontrol'of divorce cuxtody from the famous
Camp PORK & BEANS large 13c Miss Wanda Pearce of Starke, of F.) dancing one of his favorite minor child Brad
Mr*. P. A. Moor of Kingsley slow. pieces with Roberta ford this County Order Telegraph In nut four hall publish School at the Richard Hudnut
Lake, Mr. and Mrs James Dlf- Vhltfleld Later glimpsed U u ". weekly
TURNIP GREENS, No. 2 cans tOe fenbaugh of Starke, A. Z. Adkins, Marjorie Davis and newcomer Pat se.t1 atnCtarke, FlorIda.hand and this official Fifth Avenue Salon and tell
Jr.. of Starke. and Mr. and Mrs. ?fcOriff swinging out on "Shoo 11. 1914. August styles
Charley E. Johns and Fly Pie and Pan OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1..Thomas, you all about the newest
daughter Apple
FLOUR Pillsbury Plain 10 lb. A. Clerk of paId Court.
bag 73e tlarkleyajin of Starke, and E. M. It'. a fast one and they'rea T. F..ank Landrum, Sta..ke. Fla. in make-up.
Brinson of Baldwin. couple of floor depoltsners who Atty. for Plf. .M 4t ,.,,

PRINCE ALBERT tOe can do It Justice -. Spied Bees ,IN' C-IItC\-1T: COOKY' BRADFORD
Miss Jn Anderson is Burn i {OVNTY. FLOKIDA. 11: CHANntlff; own
spending functioning aa a very efficient CKRY, WAITING FOR YOU is your very
three *wk* In Georgia: and chaperone and gamely takIng I Jl'lorenc. La".n., PIal ..
SNUFF, 3 for -, .. '. .. 25c T"r.II.'e -She will visit her her turn at the ping pong No.Franklin 5011. '"""., Defendant. Ca.. Success-O-Plan a simple

gnndoH isr. Mrs! Dora Burton able Add lucky lads: Lyle ORDER OP PUBLICATION
I and fi..* uncle and aunt. Mr and Anderson AN D :- "beauty organizer" to teach you
-1.79 ,,
Mr* W. I .I..hnst. -
in Ro-ne stationed at the JaxVille NAS lie La".II.' whop recldenc. Success!
. *-r- *r*j > n r-ftnfffffff-ff_* rf j j jrrr>rj rrm j*r.sr j jj j *i Ga., and her" uncle and a int. Mr He and bride Dot have an addrees( I. *" U- Appraisers and Of- the routine that DuBarry

and ells John! Burton in K-;,x- apt. at Oliver, and Lyle manages Icef.101'a..lck Street New York School Students have found so
FOR SPECIAL PRICED FULL LINE OF vi'1, I..m. And -.1.* tccnicpolnv to get home practically every SeDYu are. .V".1 .* to appear ,on

CIIOICE WESTERN & FLORIDA MEATS .>/ inter ...t in the hvotate night Isn't the Navy coopera named Court 13. and 1141.cause In ,the wherein above rewarding. Keep the date in
tive? plaintiff
S i.1" dl"o..c. Bradford
SEE MARKET MANAGERF. County i Telegraph shall publish mind: all week starting Sept. 2-
Lt. Ralph Rhodes left J. ue aa.Ord.r nest lour weekly I.-
Monday R.
G. HEMINGWAY Kelly opine that registration -
for Washington D. C.. where he books have been at Wltn .e my hand and official ...al
WE DELIVER PHONE 159 will visit for a few days before weeks now. and the open only customer several lies.Stark., Florida, this August U, Koch Drug Sto

reporting back to Shreveport La., he'* had la Dooley Davis OFFICIAL SEAL.. ) A. J. Thoma.
C:1 CaturOny.: recently turned :!1 "''' WilC.mk D "Inrgan' ,'Jacksnnville
I 'at'.1 Fla. AU" for "'If. 1-13 It ,.13 STARKE, FLORIDA


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(BITS of LOCAL NEWS I Little her Kay Rosenberg: returnedto Mrs. Shellie Hall and daughter. Mrs. J. B. Cottrell and son-in- j.r

home In Tallahassee recently Sharon, spent last week In Jacksonville .
.. after law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs
.I spending a week here ,
and i-iess g with her grandparents, Mr. and W. H. Beck of Leesburg will arrive R. B. Alvarez & Son

Jesse Thomas Mae of Blakely Jacksonville and Dr.Bobble J. W. Hayes of Jacksonville and eons. Dickie Mrs. Sam RO enberg. and Mr.family and Mrs.returned J. R. Wainwright home this Sunday to spend a week with'

'LilY weekend with and John Broumard of New Orleans week after spending some time at Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. .

the past W. M. Wimberly. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hayes O. C. Ia., was a recent guest of Mr. their home ,on Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Ettle Johns spent last Transfer & Co.
nd Wayne Hayes of Gainesville and Mrs. James M. Blackshear at
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. week in Jacksonville
boats with or wlthwell. were Hardingare as guest of
roW recent Kingsley Lake.
IIIlIt guests of Mr.
.-SMITH'S: OAR- Mrs. E. W. and enjoying a week's vacationat her nelce. Mr*. J. J. Gross and,
fish Hayes at Kingsley Mrs. J. L. Briggs of Jackson- Phone 179
8-9 *t Lake Beach. sister M:t. :Mena McCrutchen. :
villa Is occupying the Klngsley lotus and be fitted for your fall Mrs Joh.iu li upending this weekin I
had as re- Mrs.W. O
Bertha Pearce M. Halght of Waycross, Lake cottage of Mr. and Mrs. latrine for Lake
your daughter. Made City as guest of her
guests' her brother-in-law T. J. Thomas and Ga.and, |Is the guest of her brother Eldridge Smith. and winter_Splrrlla garment, also : "on and ctaugMer-tn-law.\ Mr and 1 We operate local .and long

F, Mr. and, Ga.Mrs. J. H.sister-in-law Fields. Mr. and Mrs. Miss Joan Carpenter spent soy In the new nylon material. (:Or- M... Freeman Johns. I Moving and distance Anywhere in

ldosta. eral days last week with Miss iwtlcr, Mra. Frank Hoover. tl Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Beckett I

Marian Brown at Klngaley Lake. Miss Letha Nell Sims of Dallas and ion Buddy of St. Petersburg StTr1t the State of Florida.

Mrs. T. T. Long and Mrs. Tom Texas Is spending several are spending this week at 1
RN While\ You LEARN to FLYn Slade spent part of last week In weeks here as the guest of her ley Lake as guests of Mr. and I I I Fast, Careful Jlov.ng

Baconton, da. with uncle and aunt Mr. and
___ their mother, Mrs. Edward Mrs Fletcher Burnett. I ..
Mrs W. T. Jackson. Mrs. Lloyd Burns.

The G. I. BILL of RIGHTSNew Lewis has been In Baconton since Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson,,

Aug. 11, because of her mother's Mr. and Mrs. Euwell Lawson Mr ,

Illness and Mrs. Marvin Lawson and !
SPECIAL Guaranteed permanent H. O. Lawson spent Last !Sunday!

nave, t BJ at Lrlla'a Beauty In Greenville with Mr. and Mrs'

PIPER CUBS Salon.Mrs.. J. C. Turlington.

Mary Lee Hancock had as Billy Smith and Mildred Johnson Only One To A Customer

being: usedin her guest recently her sister, Mrs. left Monday to attend the

Fred D. Sellers and Mra. Wade Methodist Youth Conference at
the program Robert of Delray Beach. Mrs. Southern College In Lakeland TABLE New
Sellers Rev W. J. Churchwell will to
ac r.-- -- was accompanied by her go
: -
::: $6.95 to $19.95
son, Sonny, and Mrs. Robertswas Lakeland Monday and take Ond-

Certified Ground School Class InstructionsGiven accompanied by her daughter, Ina Churchwell Ruby Green anSI

by Certified Ground School Instructor Patricia. Oleta Green, who will remain for LAMPS
5""" """ Silk Shade Shipment
Certified Flight Instructor Mrs. Paul E. Canova left Fri. the second week of the conference -

da yfor a two-week vacation In .

Federal Approved Primary Ground and Flight New York City, Albany, N. Y., Dottie Sue niggs Is spending

School Certificate No. 5056. and other points of Interest In the this week at Kingsley Lake ae Floor 19.95 Bed 3.15
north and east. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie 3-Way Lamps - Lamps -

information.please phone Conway at 117 Mrs. Grace Pearce and son Biggs.
for Vernon of Plant City, are guestsof Mrs. M. Morgan Mrs A, K. Silk Shade -- Bronze Base Make Your

or Libby at 32 her brother and sister-In-law, Gholston Sr., and Mrs. A. K .

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fields. GholAon Jr. of Chattachoochee Living Room Beautiful : Pin-up LampsClub

[CONWAY-LIBBY U-FLY-IT SERVICEP. For wedding portraits see T. II. are spending several days thiN !
Qrtborne. See ad on page 8. week as the guest of Mrs. Euln Chair & Ottoman 39.95

0. Box 303 Starke, Fla. Mr. fend Mrs. H. C. Broadwayand Whigham. 3.85

Mrs. Ruby Johns spent last Mrs. R. A. Green spent Tues
13 day In Gainesville. Walnut End Tables 1.95
Aug. In Jacksonville. - -
Lucy Ann Preacher of Ridge- Mrs J. E. Wilson Mrs. J, M We buy and mil goof

land, S. C., was the house guest Brownlee and Mrs Mae Dickens. used! furniture

Every branch of last week of Elizabeth Lawson. spent last Thursday in Alachua Baby Crib Mattresses 59512.95

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mitchell and with Mrs. E. D. Hague.
Mrs. S. E, Brownlee, Mrs. II. L {We can furnish your
daughters Margaret Carroll and

INSURANCESERVICE Susan, of J a c ksonville arrived Brownlee, Mrs. Earl Johnson, and: Night t Light t Tables 14.95 entire home on ea f

Friday to spend a few days at Miss Madge Brownlee spent Fri
KIngsley Lake as the guests of day in Jacksonville A Mighty Handy Item lUwide the IU-d!

Mr.. J. M. Mitchell. Mr. and Jim. Harry Moody

COXST.\ LIABILITY. I George Young of St. Augustine, spent Sunday In Gainesville a,' Radio Table & Record Cabinet 12.95 WE DELIVER
guests of Mr. and Mrs fUton
a Sewanee Univ., ministerial student

conducted the morning services St. Peter. ANYWHERE
THE.FT For home T. II. Wardrobes Chifferobes 35.95 45.00
at St. .Mark's Episcopal( portraits see :

Church Sunday Aug. 11 In Qnbornn." See ad on page A. : .
Walnut Finish Long Mirror Hat Box PLENTY OF
the absence of the rector the Rev. R. J. Davis of the State Auditing
who Is at Department Is spending a 5 Drawer Shoe Compartment Every; I
.FIRE Fred Yerkes present PARKING SPACE

I. C. WALL AGENCY Tenn.spending a vacation at Sewanee week's family.Mr. vacation here with his body Needs One

LIFECLASSIFIED', Mrs. H. B. McLendon and and Mrs. Freeman Register, IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
Please Phone 146 daughter, Jeanette, returned Aug. Jr., are spending a two weeks

11 to their home In Orlando vacation at Jacksonville Beach.
after a brief visit here. They were Mrs Glen Duke and daughter, John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

accompanied by Mrs. McLendon'a Gall, of Gainesville s(>4'ntleveral
Mat- days this week at Kingsley Lake
parents Mr. and Mrs. E. S.
few aa guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, W PHONE 151 STARKE FLA.
thews who will spend a daysIn .
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump are
SPECIALI Guaranteed permanent
NO ROACHES ANTS P"LIESi.or, wave, aj at LeUa'a.B>uty spending! several days In Monti -- '
I > t eA
CITTAND fleas If you use- ur Aerosol Blltt cello with Mr4 and Mrs W. II.
NESS: PROPERTY/ .%; Bomb Thin !. not the kerosene Salon.
for, week*.-Autn The Rev. and Mrs. Chaa. Allen Thomson.
l1u.rital.t. tf and Miss Gloria Buford and Miss RADIO (
and children Joy Sue, David JAMBOREEPresenting
Katherine Klnlaw of Jacksonville
BABY: SITTER tor appointment Nancy of Plnellaa Park spent
STROUT SELLS StEAL phone 142 I'hone-8:10 IT.a.ring m. S to after 8:30: several days here last week with spent last weekend here with
A p. m.
Buford's Mr. and Mrs.
Creates advertiser .f __- S:30 p. m. Priced reasonable the Rev. Fred Yerkes at the Episcopal parents,

fry..r....rt,.. Heaj .... nor tt H-3Q rectory. They are on a R. C. Buforil..! In Person
.. W. B. Sewell returned home
H' of Hoases-F.n.-- blockhouse
.. FOR HALK- One, concrete vacation and will visit relatives
... .
fun., Bayere r. all. e tae consisting. of three apartments last week from Little Swltzcr
U. Free lletlas. on the East Coast before returnIng -
ope furnlnhvcl. Equipped : -
partly land N. C., where he spent a
STROUT REALTY AGENCYRl'pl'eAent.ec1 for gnn. Cheap for cash home.
Bradford Engineering Co., phone Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Anderson of two weeks vacation.
Locally By 94 Starke 1-18 tf Mr. and Mrs. D .E. Knight and! TOMMY TRENTYou
|F. C. IIOLLING8WORTH Houston Texas arrived Aug.
grandchildren Nancy and Bo, left
118 So. Walnut StRESSES ust 9, to spend their vacation
for two weeks vacationin
WANTED TO BUY of several weeks with Mrs. An Tuesday a
the mountains of Tennessee
of all kind. renoIM derson's mother, Mrs. W. D. Clemens -
>, ; furniture upholstered and Cypress Pole In carload lot*. at Heilbronn Springs. The Rev. and Mrs. W. J.

flnlahed\STI-1m'l: MATTRESS Drop u* CO.a ,card.Lox Size t 3-4 to Z 1-1 Inches diameter Harley Keene returned to his Churchwell returned home Friday Will You Win

". Palatka. Fla., tf at top by 12 feet long. home 4iere on August 9, after night after a vacation spent at
'I Lake Junalutka, N. C. and Win-
spending his summer vacation
I t'lIA-1E1: write all lines; fire, Quote price per pule loadml on In Houston Texas as the guestof ona Lake, In<.l. See SeeThe
'ntomoblle. liability and life. freight car at your station.E. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest '
f> me fur your Insurance needs. his brother-in-law and sister, )
| I D lnwrlg-ht."Jr., lilt Eastfall returned home Tuesday from Hot #
INC. Mr, and Mrs. J. E. Anderson.
tr.et. Phone 154. 2tp 8-23 C. NOBLE Springs, Ark. where they spent #
with wlth-
14-foot row boat or :
eBBSss*a eaj nw a i sHENT three weeks vacation.Mr. ; .
Blvl., Klmhunt, a Little
4-room unfurnished 71-33 Queens put fish well SMITH'S GAR-
and Mrs. R. W. and
''Wim-nt, private bath. ALSO 2- L. I., New York City, N. Y.2tp I AGE. 8-9 *t Sturgis
"m furnished cab I n, running daughter Sue of Merldan, Miss,, I'
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Barbour t,
oter. Reasonable, close In. Son "
8-30 will return home Sunday after
318dl.onIt.: 8-9 tf of Chlckaxha Okla. and Mr. C. A. Dixie' Georgia
1 I spending a month's vacation with
Overstreet, Jr., of Muskogee t s
I SALE-The Blue Tavern Besfmrant FOR 8AUB - Doing good business nor Florence oil itove. Inquire Torode, Sr. at Klngsley Lake. Quartette Lee
". On loth street near' HeaMfd 933 West Call street J. W. An-, after spending a week at Kings- Y n
Railroad depot 411' B-30 druwM, 1P of Mrs .
ley Lake as the guests ----- ----- -

fct SALE-Pineapple pears, $1 2S FOR SALE-New Hampshire fryers W. E. Torode Sr.
I"M at farm f. M. Merrltt. 40 cent pound live weighhWhite Mrs. P. J. Langford and daughter -
'.d U at Lone Brides. atp 8-13 picking duck, laying U' home
enroute to their
Klein, 6I0' miles I out on Phyllis
II I BALM: Missionary"strawberry iorl'Rd;:' at Hellbronn Sprlnwii.: I 1 I In Frostproof from a vacation Ray Tex

[ants, Arkansas .stock crown on HpWANTEDKerosene trip to Canada and points In the
J"W land U: per thousand or by 1 several days this week a o'l a '.
box In East spent
|- P aid" on Road if. 4tp e-30I good condition and also a ftrfl tractor with all equipment H.Sew-,
[}il I SALE-.l|"htly used 80 gallon Klein Kt. 2. box DO. .v, miles
IntV", tank with all fittings out on lialford ltd. at IlellbrnnnSprlnim. . .
liidinr .t and. ALSO 40 feet lap Mrs. Will Scheely of Savannah T i. r
I' 1-Inch Iron pip. Bee M. F. I
f teen ZJl Lafayette St., Starks. WANTED TO BL'Y Fryers and Ga., returned to their I homes I Ii
-Ztp 1123 hens Fins and Feather Phone Tuesday after spending a week i HOWDY FOLKS: A New York
r aAl
70._ ____ here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. paper ad states: "StA>cklnga Bill
? house. 18 p.r"nth. '
FOR KENT Upstair room oh designed for wear-but so serviceable -
L B Jordan. Rt. 1. box suitable for L. S. Hutto and Mr. and Mrs. ,
"airy>. Starke, near N.*.om.'. Call offices. Street or may In Hturke be used for sleeping H. E. Tucker. that lots of women

HP quarters. N. l>. walnWrllrht'j Mrs. W. J. Churchwell .Is con- : wear aothlng else." Faulk AllumsHillbilly
Jr., phone 154 131 I
wn''T-, 'year-old Jersey heifer. Bt. _lip' ducting a Dally Vacation Bible A washing marhlnflA&lo-oman
tipi are sawed off no other week at the First
""'. Notify Mrs. Anna Ba*. FOB SALE--0m utility t Ha Her. School M e know .has this mottel"Don't I II
or Kt 2, box IIS, Stark., Fla.1tD. metal body new tires. 1100. A. Methodist Church In Waldo. km wtf. Let I
IX El land, Hampton. Florida. lipATTEi'TION Recent guests of Mrs., W. N. I you And His
our washing machine do
R : RESTAURANT OWN. Johnson and children were Mr "
ALE-MI"lonary strawberry work.
,ante by the b.d c: C. Wynn EKS-I have a variety of slightly. and Mrs. I. L. Johnson and daughter your dirty
0 flux 308, Starke. Fla.. or used electrical restaurant equipment Tenn. Mrs. R. Lv Pals
Oft. !. 10 farm 14 miles east ot for sale. Sam of Newport "You're certainly kind to send ,
arks ort eTook.lcla Farm.4tp. 120 North Cherry .. II Lawns of Hartfrd, Tenn., Mr. and you wife away for a rest." '

'-12 Fla.LOSTOne. Ande..n.1 Mrs. Z. K. Johnson and Mrs. B. I"Yes heaven knows I need It.":

:"EBMtN?: WANTED Reliable underblt Poland-China right ear. swallow E. Campbell of Chattanooga.Tenn. :' never rest In our efforts -:
and All were vacationing in But we
.ridJri Rawlelah business In I.IItark.
"uuhuld County. Easy to sell fork .In. left. O. C. Ht.1. Florida ; to five you the best fan?: Thursday August 29
Products sold .e ,
oil and lubrication service obtainable
1100 famines W. teach you WOOD NOW. Mr. and Mn. J. C. Hoover spent I '
cord; Palatka with Mrs. H. anywhere. It sure
teratoru s N.Iarby Fine. 11 or JO nch. Tuesday in
'11 OJr-u you ne.d. 14 or 1* Inch stove wood 121 Richard. Mr. Hoover Is en- keep us on our toes but it,
pr .. making sales ot Rt. I. box C. 'I t Performances 3:30 7:30.9:34:
1', Week. Rawl.I.h' cord.22J. Starke."P A. G. Sumner joying a week's vacation from .... kleps hundreds of cars' 3: :

"f-223.o, Memphis. running smoothly and trouble-
O.P'I studio.
his i
__ 8-23 f-OHT under-two bit cow one ear branded" ,hlhr"E crop_ Mr., and Mrs. Lucian Conner free. Drive In anytime. Aba Added on Our Screen A Double Feature

.R.CALefr-30 acre farm (40 acnt' withtboth hrnsi half.a.d a.w.y. and the Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall I I GULF OIL PRODUCTS
.. containing 10 '
,- buts Monday for a two weeks
barn left
room house, small Other cream
.n<< o e strawberry and tobacco beaded with snag sfv. one vacation during which they will Washing Polishing

I'r J-rJ.I.Prices"'Paratelyt auoo a cash.Ooernsey.ALSO .ide no for horn earb.on A.- O. Xjnn'eVSSid ,.I visit Roswell New Mexico, andinteresting j Greasing DEAD END"STARKE

-, h.i/.*, an<1 Ouernsey-Jer- 21 oppo.lt. Stanley'Ran'. points In Old HexICO'j I f
"> d.vi r both due fresh within Mrs. Fletcher Burnett Temple & Lake

:V>mr' household Mashing machine furniture.: piano sod:I i L08T Lrgi white hound named"Trouble" dog I II I Saturday for CharlotUvllIc Va. THEATRe And

''*t u.Bennett- Brooker road at i with small black spots River Sun- where she will spend a week as Service Station FLA.
Jnn'.1 0J| ,ac.. ,tp near New I I ,
I I In.. R..ard Notify the guest of her son-in-law and "Geo White'* Scandals'
I Wilson ..... IIrnok..r. VIA'. UP Phone 179
'RntuALE:-The PARK CAFE., It. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. L I I

.. Nick Alexander at calves. Peter. Bowman. _
Heifer ==
rr s 151 Call itreet, Starke.1128 tf FOR i..na' Dairy .$tarks V..... II I I I -



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I Merchants Ready for B. H. S. Opening Sept. I

Picture Record of School Days Clean Neat Clothes Are Essential ITo
I Younger Set Relies on Smart Shoppe Cannon's Grocery Keep ,

For Those Smart. Youthful Fashions Helps Customers Hollywood Camera & Gift Shoppe Says Health and Appearance- of-- fhi vaUJIIi,; J

A confidentially
-- ---- ------- year ago everyone can know the
You might not think it so Important can again assist you and you will believed that by this time elIlbal'llln1t
high school and college sets Unhappiness|
Yes, school days are with us Costs Low Of
the portrait a
once again with all the thrills everyday wear. There are dozens Keep right now-but in the be delighted clothing and everything else forced to attend Child'

and excitement that always at- of bright new shades and the years to come you'd give a for- work they do. to would be plentiful but how badlywe or' unpressed school h
truly smart lady likes to tune for a photographic recordof Why not start right now were fooled is now too plain- can be clothing 8
food Is
tends the opening of a new term young "Yes, the cost of going of all high expected to
at B.H.S. wear the long sleeves pushed above up. We can't help It and .you your school days-the happiest keep an album the your snapshot evident. Consequently, it Is more i work under such do

This season as In the past, the her elbows and a single can't help It. It is just one of time of your life! school activities never important than ever to take the Now that Starke conditio")
of the but- Of course, with cameras still way? You will find you best possible care of the clothes back II
Smart Shoppe's will naturally be strand pearls over top those things that happen follow life, on its
headquarters for the smart younger ton of the cardigan.It ing a great war and nobody practically "off the market" and had ao much fun In your picture that you and your children have basis Mr. Smith prewar Is
this of film as scarce as hen's teeth, it's and In later years your haneS8peclally since the,new also ItJ
set who are looking for maxi- Is no easy trick Job seems to be able to stop It" that on the importance of
the minute to be harder than ever to record will be a treasure gold school term soon. patl\\
right opens
mum style at minimum cost. keeping up These remarks were made this going will .home industries and
Featured In the Smart Shoppe'sstyle on what's what In the realm of week by C. M Cannon, owner of keep a satisfactory ..r->*S?.>* cannot buy. Right now old you tamerayou've It is a proven fact that clean money circulating k
fashion and customers picture record have to rely on that clothes wear much longer and horn!
array this season are such younger the popular Cannon's Grocery on before the are constantly rtrivm-to
nationally known names as Ellen of the Smart Shoppe truly appreciate Temple Avenue. of your ac- ( had ever since keep their good appearance better new Industries into

Kaye, Joan Miller and Sunlland this extra effort that is "Parents of school children are tlvl t Ie a. But : war but when the fine in then new than dirty and neglected clothing. some of our cittern imp

Fashions of Miami for juniors made in their behalf. Their' appreciation confronted with quite a problemat helping the : v cameras start coming Therefore, Junlus C. Smith, pro foreslghted enough trt

and misses, as well ai those all- is reflected in the wonderful this time," Mr. Cannon con- amateur photographer you can go In for photographyin prietor of the Starke Dry Cleaners the industries we )to pi'

important accessories and a lovely patronage accorded the tinued, "for In spite of rising food with his problems Is a big way and the Hollywood & Laundry Is again callingthe he commented alreadl

selection of lingerie. Smart Shoppe by members of the costs, they must still plan whole- right down the alley of the Hollywood Camera & Gift Shop will be gladto attention of mothers to the "My faith In t tne

Prominent among the outstand- younger set.Whether some, nourishing meals for their Camera & Gift Shop and help you select the right equip- prompt and efficient dry cleanIng Starke has caused me to tot

ing fabrics for fall school clothes you are readying your children If they expect them to Its young owners J.' R Bulling- ment.In and laundry service that his plant that can take
are the ever-popular checks and wardrobe for high school or college do their best work In school. ton and R. L Teuton, will be gladto the meanwhile, if you know plant provides for the people of needs of the population can

plaids as well as the "mix-and- we're at your service. Don't "This Is where our store can be assist you If you'll take your of anyone who would like to have Starke and surrounding commu- and Bradford County ol o.
fall to take advantage of the of help to ," Mr. Cannon troubles to them.In nities. :
mlngle" outfits that are so dear you photographs made of a wedding cleaning and laundry tiff
to every school girl's heart. many helpful suggestions that we stated, "because we buy carefully order to keep a comprehensive an anniversary birthday party, I "Your children are more sensitive completely modern, and :
Of course sweater twins will can give you both as to style and and in such large quantitieswe record you shouldn't rely en- and conscious of their cloth- are the most efficient!
in the homeor thi
again be the mainstay of both economy. --Adv. can obtain the lowest prices tirely on snapshots, but should or any other event refer them to the ing, than even grownups," Mr. be obtained at this urn,
business just
studio ,
also have occasional
and gladly pass these savings a- an Smith reminds mothers. "No one Smith concluded.
to customers. Although portrait made. Here Is where the Hollywood Camera & Gift Shop.
prices are necessarily high at Hollywood Camera & Gift Shop -Adv. .. eft.. ---

Busy Mothers Rely on Lappe Bakery this time, when you buy at Can -- i Leila Suggests A Permanent Wal]

I non's Grocery you still have the

For Taste-Tempting Pies and Cakes satisfaction are getting of the knowing most for that your you., Buy Wholesome Foods at Tip Top As Pre-School Gift For Teen-Ase

-- money that can be obtained under
Hearty appetites call for bakery the schoolgrounds. To maintain --
present circumstances To Provide Pen For School Childrennourishment
What would delight that lovely house In
ttenw that are tops in taste rugged health and vigor they "In spite of today's upward proper beauty |
as well as wholesome nutrition. should have plenty of oven-fresh to - -- -.- little girl of yours more than and the attendants at
trend, there no deprive I
That's why mothers of growing baked goods to tempt their appe- your family of wholesome nourishment With the cost of living steadily where could the making her a pre-school present Beauty Salon are always

children rely more and more on tites. School lunches are .no ," Mr. Cannon continued. increasing, the average housewife thrifty mother go to find a greater of a flattering new permanent assist mothers'with teen-ijl

the Lappe Bakery to supply those problem at all when you have "There are still plenty of good, will have to use her Ingenuitymore variety of tasty foods, containIng -I wave? I even younger) !girls with f

delicious cakes, pies, and cookies some delicious "brownies" or nourishing foods that can be obtained than ever this winter to larger quantities of the proper We believe you'll agree that It suggestions. Better call know

that the young folks crave and other cookies to tuck In with at reasonable prices, and keep her school age children well building vitamins, than the would do wonders for her morale for that pre-ichool i

which are so beneficial In supplyIng their sandwiches. if you will visit our store we will nourished with good, wholesome Tip Top Super Market, where and make her more eager than ment.

extra energy during the school Another way that mothers are give you the benefit of our ad food at prices that the family quality and economy are always ever to get back to that pesky Take advantage too, of tL

months. finding the Lappe Bakery a great vice as to how you can have budget will allow. That is why first considerations ? In these read In', wrltln' and 'rlthmetlc. of-summer savings now lt|

Every mother knows that no help to them Is when that all- plenty to eat and still stay within Mrs. Housewife will come more days of rising living costs, it Is Don't rule out this suggestionon at Leila's Dress Shop.
meal Is really complete without important event, the annual birth- budget. and more to appreciate the cooperation Important to make every penny the grounds that It would be amazing values may be

dessert, yet with her many other day 'party rolls around. No "Parents your who give their children of the management of the count, but at the same time, no too expensive--for, Jndeed, such is there now, and It Is 10 \

household duties she finds It extremely longer do mothers have to spend lunches to take to school Tip Top Super Market in supply- conscientious parent will want to not the case-not when Leila's buy now for next Kara I

hard, to make the necessary all day over a hot stove, laboriously should look over our extensive, ing her family with quality foodsat sacrifice one iota of nourishmentin Beauty Salon is.offering a guar- prices are marked way tc\\

plea and cakes herself. And preparing the traditional stock of cold cuts and read):!, the most reasonable prices order to save a few cents on anteed' permanent wave at the low the usual price 10

why should she, when she can birthday cake. They simply place cooked meats Sandwiches with I possible the food bill. Your child's health moderate summer price of $3. quality merchandise..
their order at the Lappe Bakerya and need and deserve Even if have several little
buy ones that are' just JM good as varied fillings from day to day Boys girls comes first. you With I its recently'|
few in advance of the the best of foods in order that girls could afford to
homemade from Lappe Bakery, days visited you' give
entice the child's appetite so that And by the way, have you Leila's Is
fresh dally? Yes, busy mothersof event and when the time arrives he will eat his lunch and be able they might keep fit, both in the Tip Top since our recent them all permanents at this mod quarters, now |p
school children have learnedto there is a beautifully decorated the until mind and body, and thus be able est rate. You will doubtless a- to serve you better than e
through day
rely on us to provide rich : cake waiting to delight the hearts the carry hot evening meal without loss to learn rapidly and also give a remodelling and expansion? You gree that a permanent Is what fore in the Beauty Salon I

fluffy cakes and other Items with- I of the young people. of energy" -Adv,. good account of themselves on the will be delighted with the additional : they need after wind and water Shop, and Gift Depirtntj

.. out fuss muss, or bother-and, Yes, there are many ways in athletic field. Their growing space which gives you great : has ", recked" their hair during an old friend we Invite j 10

best of all, without paying. ex- which the Lappe' Bakery can bodies must be kept strong, freedom to move among the the summer vacation. Leila's Is tinued patronage; If a i 0

travagant prices. make your life more pleasant, and Farmers Supply especially during the winter shelves and counters of attrac open all day on Saturdays.It to Starke and vicinity ito

Growing children need energy your meals more irreslstable... A months of the school season, in tively arranged canned goods, Is never too soon to start make your acqualnUncI

and lots pf It, to do 'their best few minutes 'spent"tar our-clean order to ward off diseases that staples,' and fresh' produce With training?! at little lady .of' ,the

work In the class 1'00IIaneS takepart and: pleasant hop'wlll convince Aid would endanger their lives as its new, enlarged quarters the
In the vigorous ,games on you of that '\ -Adv.It's Ready to : well as the lives of their school- Tip Top is now .second to none

mates. and we extend cordial Invitationto Pure Drugs' Play. Important

Bradford YouthsWith With this increased emphasis you to drop in and see if you( Parts

Been "Alvarez Store Since 1894"When on the importance of proper don't agree -Adv. In Hnolln n' /'ntlH r
I the ever-increasing Importance .' ,. .. -.. .. .. .. all ItuaiUl Ul \JIWU.I. .rall' .U1; oua;

Young Men Return to Classes In Farmers'our school of Supply vocational,curriculum Mike agricultun Maruca thi: Good Clothing at Moderate PricesIs start Believe to school It or again not-It's! time to ichoolmates.Carpenter's. Drug Store

_BinIRQ.___ ___*_ n Alvarez_.____ Store _hM___ Wa set great -store- bv the- owner Is coming to be of mor And it is also time for every 11 like to suggest that 11"
been helping students get ready fancies and tastes of boys and and more value to students 01: Policy of Tyus Dry Goods conscientious mother to atop and your child to the family

for high school with good: sub young men. We want to rate B.H.S. and other county schools ask herself: Is my chjUT ready to for, a "going over" belo

stantial "name brand" clothes with the younger crowd. That's Boys who are Interested li begin the long, trying. nine- 2.: If the doctor wi>
at the most reasonable prevailing why we keep such a nice selection programs sponsored by the Futun School opens on Sept. 2 and for wearablllty, simplicity, and months term? And the mere factlt tonic as a "builder-upper

prices.Of of masculine clothes, and that's Farmers of America and the .-H once again the mothers of Bradford economy, and we cater to "broth- that he has sufficient clothing h round of healthgivingthen w
County are confronted with er"
as "sister".
course, styles In clothing why our prices are allowance- Club will find In this well-stocke< the problem of outfitting their) For as doesn't mean that your child is 11 come to Carpenterseach !
mothers who
lot 1894, geared. For clothes with class farmers' prefer to "ready" by of customer's request
have changed a since supply store all the fin with any manner means.
youngsters good,
warm make their
but fortunately for you Alvarez room and coke-date appeal, you tools and farm imple that will clothes, we During the ensuing nine months careful consideration
styles in dependability and qual- can't beat Alvarez And dad will ments that are so necessary yet clothing not be too' expensive.At wear well. and have a nice selection of piece your child will come in contact scrlptions. from the k'
goods and notions.
blt since be glad to know that prices are with other children smallest, are given ft
ity have not changed a. to successtheir li some of 11 the
time like this
a when the
our establishment first opened its easy on the pocketbook.Growing efforts.' Oui cost of you are faced with the problem whom may be carrying germs ofi| ful attention that theyd
rising makes
doors before the turn of the cen- youth also I needs i fdlrmera and "futu>, count, living the every of outfitting one or more contagious diseases; he will be You! should start on vitas.
penny buying public children
warm winter clothes
tury.It. shoes of rugged quality-perfect 'J'airmers' Mould giel t appreciates a like exposed to the cold and damp of 1i so that your child' wto
place Tyus'Dry that
Is highly Important to the fit and slipper soft comfort the habit of buying Goods when conscientious stand lots of hard wear the winter school months; if he 11 I colds will be built uptime
School days are days o( active, a and yet be attractive, come toTyus' weather arrive",
their I
eats at
m plements ir school he will have less cool
of effort Is
and comfort made
morale high keep prices at Dry Goods and let thi
busy feet. That's why'young us help be !
Starke where the,r low level. than his usual quota of warm, Of course, It may
school youths that they have well- men who depend on the kind of be a Persons know that you make your selections. You heaiacase
can bought just as home-cooked In
cheaply ai meals. Therefore, child Is
we are' to
fitting, :igood-looktnc' cl'fthes to shoes that can take wear grace. if ordered from some big firm 1 tithe needs at trying supply their will be delighted with our merchandise the most important phase of all we can do U t
to school. No man fully come to Alvares to be fitted a cost and and agreeably surprised In altO
wear young North, and Mr. Maruca stet "getting ready for school" Is to him or her to drop
take place'of in right for the hard days a- they seem to appreciate this service at the moderate prices that or r
can a leadership that he is prepared to meet al i pre provide your child with a thorough 11 for a refreshing drink
his class If he feels that his head.We competitive prices for quallt]P This those vail.And check-up before the term begins. 1 rul dish of Ice cream ft)
standard of the season adorable lit- we not only cater to f to"
clothes are not up to the are proud record we hardware merchandise chiles No child the energy
tle can get what he should 1 help supply
set by his classmates nor can have set in the clothing field in school girls, who are just dren. There are plenty of itemsIn But
"Handy durable tools and 1m,. fashion-conscious from his school work unless he 1 long hours of play.
he do his best work if his clothes Starke since 1804 and firmly believe : as their moth our stock to interest their la to be ofto
plements half the will in good physical condition- ,event we want
are battle 01 ers make Tyus' Dry Goodstbelr mothers
are ill-fitting and uncomfortable. that when another half century as well. You are always In time o.
Full-cut durable made school rolls around we'll still be the farm" Mr. Maruca stated' shopping headquarters. Our cordially welcome to Come In and Indeed, he might endanger his you-whether
"In spite of shortages we have school clothes are chosen own life and the lives of his j or In time of
carefully loch!
: =:
clothes add so much to the ap- here on Call Street giving service around. Adv.,
pearance, you will be surprised and satisfaction In fine tried to keep our stock completi .. If i

at the difference they make. clothing,, -Adv.I I and if you fall to find what yoi Central; Goods to ra
want In our store, we will maki: Pleasant Home Surroundings Vital Dry Ready
every effort to obtain It for yoi

I Gem Jewelry Suggests Fine Watch with school In very discussing on little Sept.delay the 2, Mr.opening" Maruci ol If Child to Do Best School Work Student Demand for School Needs

made a plea for cooperation dur Calling all students! Calling all draperies?' It's aaehnp'

For The BUSY BBS StudentCan ing the 1946-47 term. "Progresi With the opening of Bradford are not providing a comfortable students! I I 1 If you want to make yoaI

is the result of working and pulling High School on Sept. 2, all mattress for Did you know that there Is a self, we can ftrnWn
you Imagine the pride of Since Its establishment In together, whether it's clu b parents who have children of you are doing your him growing child, brand new store on Call Street beautiful selection of ri

a boy or girl who starts to school Starke the Gem Jewelry has come I work church work, or business,*, school age should be thinking of I and a grave injustice where you can purchase your I and the necessary fat

September 2 with a new Bulovaor to be recognized as synonymous he stated. "It is asking too mud ways'and means of making the I,I ping his school'undoubtedly work. We handicap Invite-school supplies-tablets, pencils, j i draperies will bring a areof

Elgin watch in the pocket or with of our teachers to turn children new term pleasant and profitable' you to come In and and other items Well there Is I life into your horn"The <
on the wrist? You'll have to jewelry and expert over them lock, stock, and bar., for Johnnie and Mary. A child I lection of fine see our se -so drop around I Central Dry *%

agree that such a boy or girl watch repair We offer everything ret, and expect them to make rea:i cannot obtain the highest marks onable prices. mattresses at reas- and get acquainted -I! can also be of greatto
would probably reach the pin- In the nicer line of jewelry, wb
men and women of them without t without a certain amount of : with mothers
nacle of happiness.There's and you are always assured of Every boy and girl should are D
the heartiest'cooperation of theliparents. ) home I the Central and
!r study, and he is much mo.re. have Dry sewing
real value when here.In a private ICJIOO
you shop room (or at least
about the
something ,
likely to stay home and: apply a Goods S tore engaged in
opening of school In the fall that' addition to watches there "With a liberal application o;f himself to his books if his home I corner) where he or she can ( next to Le geteA'B
puts new life and pep in everyone are many other useful gifts for cooperation we can m a k e th provides pleasant surroundings concentrate to better than If forced ila's). The owners for their of durtbJI

Student are eager to get. every occasion just waiting for 1046-47 term the most successfuIn 1 and modem conveniences.Just I study In the family living of this new, nice .selectionsJUU will s a;
back and renew old acquaint I your' selection in attractive displays the history of B.H.S.." he con room where others are talking, establishmentMrs. that* If ;dam '
ances; teachers are busy with at the Gem Jewelry. Handsome eluded. "Let's do it!" -Adv' because Abraham 'Lincoln the radio playing, and little brother Ruby Johns and a variety .
and all fountain pens and pencil became great studying by a pine- or sister reading aloud from a to-make patttms.I
preparations and plans;
and L. pi
: MjOutnes,
knot fire Is It
no to Mother I
sets in the reason deny Goose book. Don-tyoufmot
of. us are eagerly anticipating leading makes are.another This room -.. will be delighted I r
the boys and of this tor( store
I girls modern nook
) should: be new
in a
the opening of football season. "must" for the busy student attractively to assist hop
It would mean so much to that and when the inevitable DONUTS ROLLS a age good the floor pleasure and comfort of I furnished to suit the child's in-I with >.ur pre-school purchases you of thing Ia clean"picked rs

of to start the birthday rolls around, PIES & CAKES lamp and a hand dividual tastes and we will be class I has not been !
nothing room
boy or girl yours > some writing desk for his or her glad to confer with necessities. __ _, I I women thoroUJhl
Nationally could be more suitable than I you showing And Most and
fall term with a brand new a None room. Lincoln by the way when you
are better became great In how this experience
beautiful birthstone mounted In may be accomplished such an
Known Watch. Everyone II a spite of those visit the Central Dry Goods .d\"III
inconveniences at
not moderate mlllY
knows that a reliable watch Is a handsome setting. A glittering than because of them. cost. Store It might be a good Idea I one of the the Cell:

student's most valued friend and I pin a flashing necklace Parents are often unfair to to bring Mother along for there I offered you by aOI
constant companion. Punctuality: a dash of color at your ears '. too have you ever their children in blaming them is plenty of merchandise on our Goods Store.
is one of the most Important, will add just the necessary touch Lappe Bakerymakes thought how Important it Is for for failure in their studies when shelves and counters that will be visit today?' .

traits a young person can te your costume. your child to have the proper the fact Is that if studying at of great interest to her also.
rest if he
and watch is the .le8l'0'j I We Is to succeed In hu home were made anachlaeaprlag
a good earnestly solicit: your business studies at a little more We- are making a specialty of 8tapUnr I1Jff
to teach It. No excuse then to and invite you to drop In al school? No child can pleasant they would show marked draperies and all, .,
be at his : drapery fixtures. ,.per
be late to classes or any time and look CAKES MADE TO ORDER best in the class room improvement Let bled"r
Driggers Fur Have .
if he has you ever thought how easily JIll
r aroundAdv. not had: the s at
propersleep nitre Co.
7polnt-j the night before. If you I I help solve your furnishing you can revive the appearance of other Telerl'1I.PAGE item .
I t your home with a new set of County

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loch's i
"Good Books Day" I First Baptist Pastor
ALL CHURCHES IN Mission Student

By Presbyterians ] Pulpit SundayThis INSERTION ON THIS PAGE, COPY MUST BE IN OUR OFFICE NOT LATER At The TabernacleThe '
Dr. Frank J, Bryson supply week the pastor of the ; meeting; Wednesday after- ,I ."
pastor announces that next Sabbath I First Baptist Church the Rev. noon of the Way Truth and Life
will be "Good Booka Day"In I L, D. Haines will return from Club, was conducted by ,Miss
the First Presbyterian Church. I his vacation In North Carolina, Caudle Hasen, who has recently
[quarters He Is hoping that those Interested I Georgia and Central Florida to returned from Danla Fla? where
in good books and all booklovers II bring the messages at both services she has been doing missionarywork
will be attracted< to this I Sunday. 'C DAILY BIBLE PASSAGES among the Seminole Indians

FOR service. The morning topic will be. <.e FOR FAMILY WORSHIP Miss Hasen told very Interest
The special sermon for the cele- "Then They Cried Unto the Lord" ingly about her work, giving firsta
bration at 11 a. m. will be entitled and the evening message at 8 o'- OAt 10011: CHAPTER brief message on The Last
"The Magic and Mysteryof clock will be entitled. "If You Sun. I C.... ':17.10IJI Command. Matthew 28:19-20.:

Books". At this service Infant Will Hear". The Youth Choir Moe. COI. 10.14-11:16 The Saturday Youth Meeting

:HOOL Baptism will be administered. will lead the singing of your request s t -' Tu... I C..... llilT-IUI: was presided over by Corbin Car-
Last Sunday was Indeed a Red hymns and choruses during' : W.d. o I IC.,. UI 14.40: nell, of Ormond who Is'villi tins
Letter Day In the history of the the evening Hour of Evangelism.Sunday Thurs. I Icorinth.se; IS his grandfather, F. A, Scott. A
local Presbyterian Church. The School meets at 9:45: I Fri. I Corinthi..e U Felt-Talk was presented<< and
auditorium was filled with the a. m. to study the teaching of e S... II Corinthi.n 1,2i something new In the way of a
PPLIES largest crowd It has known In Jesus and "Pure Living". Train- Itlble Quiz; a musical contest In
recent history for the Holy Com- ing Unions meet at 6:43 for the i 1A aa which the questions asked" were
munion Service at 11 a. m. discussion period on "The Negro's answered wilt the title of well-
Six adults were received Into Contribution to Our American known hymn Ulna Phyllis Martin .
the membership of the church Life". There Is a Union for each who leaves shortly to resume
and others will be added<< to that age group. her studies<< at St. Paul's Schoolof

number In the near future. Theeadrship Wednesday at 8 p m. the the Bible, Minneapolis. Minn.,
1 of the church Is pleased Sweetest Hour of the Week Is i will preside at next Saturday

and encouraged by the pro- held for fellowship testimony, c night's meeting.:
gress that Is being made. and Bible study. Edna and Leonard No'gel are
Monday afternoon the pastor A friendly welcome awaits spending a few days with :Mr.
was called to baptise three adultsat those who worship at the First and Mrs. W A. Scott at the
the State Prison Farm.A Baptist Church.Religious Mountain home of Mr. and Mrs.
very beautiful and useful J. T. Quigley In North Carolina..

memorial, a shaded light for the Film The Qulgleys have returned
pipe| organ, was presented recently from a three day conference of
by Mrs. W. J. Chandler In Will Be ShownAt the National Lnymenn' Evangelistic

IfI memory of her husband. Dr. Methodist ChurchThe Association held at Lake Lou-
Chandler.The l lee Conference Grounds, Toccoa,
Restoration Fund continuesto Pastor of the First Methodist Party time is hymn singing time Ga. While there the delegatesto

I grow through the generosity Church the Rev. W. J. the conference visited, and
r of the people. It Is very probablethat Churchwe'.l: and his good wife were guests of the Toccoa Bible
the local church will be able I have returned from their vacationand in homes Institute at dinner Saturday
to; meet Its quota without great will be In the service Sun- many evening.

difficulty. Dr. Bates of Weirs- day morning, preaching upon the The service, during Mr, Qulg-
dale Fla., moderator of the Flor- subject "I Am A Debtor", Rom.. Yes many people enjoy singing the old dozens of songs At the years pass, these ley's absence, were conducted by
ida Synod, was a recent visitor 1:14.: hymns along with the new, popular songs early experiences pleasantly return again the assistant R. J. Gome and Mr.

of the church and la expecting Sunday evening at 8 o'clock a If you\ doubt this, just get out your family and again.! Quigley will have charge of the
great things of the Starke Pres- religious motion picture, "The hymnal the next time guests gather after a service Friday evening
byterians. Way of Salvation" will be shown Practically every Church and Sunday
and sound
wedding or a birthday party a
on.the. new 16 mm. projection School in this community can use more Revival to BeginAt
O machine that the church few chords. Start any of the) old tongs. I In:
Cemetery WorkingAn recently
acquired. The film Is based upon less then a minute you\ have quavering bar-! singers' for choir work or during the holidays, Heilbronn ChurchRevival

all-day working will be held Paul's conversion on the road to tones, tenors and sopranos singing at the when special events are planned for Church
at Brown Cemetery Sampson Damascus and his episode with fops of their voices. or Sunday School services. If you lit* toting services will begin at
City, Saturday, August 24. All the fortune teller of Philllppi. the Heilbronn Baptist
visit the Church of choice next
Those of who first in your 25, with
Interested persons are urged to The public la Invited to enjoy this ut sang our songs a Sunday night, August
be present. 29-mlnute film which will afford Sunday School can remember every word/ of Sunday and take th. family with your! the Rev. W o o d r o w Flynn In
charge. There will be a special
everyone a wonderful vision of
RELIGION DEPARTMENT these two great Biblical events. "The American Church and Sunday School are the program at 7:30: by the BTU.
0 rPENCILS ADDED AT U. OF F. The service begins promptly at 8 The pastor, the Rev. G. E. Cut-
p. m. In the main auditorium. of greatest centers of good In all the world"CHURCH'DIRECTORY haw, extends a oordlal welcometo
A department of religion has the church. the public to attend these service -
been added to the curricula at the
Young People meet at 6:45 fora *.
University of F 1 0 ride, offering The .
very interesting program. --- -
sIX semester courses which may CHUKni EXPANSION.
church has had a good numberto :
t be taken as a major or as free attend the Intermediate Camps PREDICTEDIn

semester electives. and two of the young people are .. _. _.. a recent conducted
Two of the courses "Religious ------ ----- --
now at the assembly being held at
Foundations of Modern Life" and Southern College, Lakeland. These FIRST PRESBYTERIAN, ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL BOATDRAIN BAPTIST CHURCH by The Wall Street Journal. It
"Career and Significance of assemblies are the dynamo that ST ARK1II Church St. at Jackson (3 I.' mile southeast of Starke) was found that thousands of
Jesus" were offered In the second assists the people to decide Rev. Frank J. Bryson, Supply Rev. C. O. Harris, Pastor churches over the country are already --
young Church School .......... 10 A. M. planning on the addition
summer session, and others will Pastor Services follow -
their careers. every Sunday SM
upon Morn. Prayer a) Sermon 11 A. M. Sun-
of new equipment, enlarged
be added this fall. Sunday School ?____ *:45 A. M. *I
(Holy Communion lt Sunday) .
Head of the new department is Morning Worship_,_____ 11 A. M. A Sunday! School ________ 10 A. M. day School rooms, seta of carillon
Dr. Delton L. Scudder former Rev. Fred Yerkes Ladle Auxiliary, :lad & 4th Turn. Litany .Inte.IoaFriday ____.____ 7/ 80 P. M. Morning Wonhlp _..._ II A. M. *, painting Jobs and repairsof
associate professor of ethics and Now at SewaneeThe M. Com- B.T.U. _________.____ 7 P. M. their church and parsonages.The
Holy Day, 10 A. Holy
religion at Wesleyan University. KINGSLEY LAKE MISSIONARY muDl_. Evening Worship ...... 8 P. M. American Bible Society reports -
t Rev. Fred Yerkes, former BAPTIST CHURCH Church open dally fur prayer and Prayer Service each Tuesday, 8 the greatest Interest ever
pastor of St. Mark's Episcopal P. M.Votla..e. shown In the Bible. Since Pearl
Her. W. G. Shows, Pastor __t.8ervlee.
Church In Starke. was one of 28 Prayer Meeting each Harbor they have distributed over
Center for recreation.
St. Mark'sEpiscopal Fannie Sllcox, Sun. School Supt open dally Bibles, New Testaments -
priests and ministerial studentsto Thursday 8 P. M. ((400.000,000))
Church enroll In the Graduate School Louie L. WsJnwrlKht BTU Dlr. and parts of the Scrip-
I of Theology at the University of Service Every Sunday tures. Our Armed Force have
the South. Sewanee. Tenn., this Sunday School _?__ 10 A. M. LAWTEY BAPTIST CHURCH Men's Bible Classes taken more than 60 percent of

Church School 10 A. M. month. The work he will com- Preaching _______..___ 11 A. M. Rev i. L. Iforrl' *. Pastor Promote ActivitiesA them. ,
ERASERSINK '. plete In this concentrated summer I B.T.TJ. _______...... -6:45 P. M. I. E. Wall Jr.. S. S. Bupt.
Morning Prayer and Sunday School ____. 10 A. M. .
: session will lead to the degree of Preaching 7:49 p.m. varied program of activitiesIs 'No man Is really converted until
A. M. I each Wed. 7:80. Mernlnir Worship _____ 11 A. M. his pocketbook ha nlso gone
Sermon 11 Master of Sacred Theology.The Prayer. Meeting being carried out by the Men'sBlbln
Young People's Meet 7 P. M. to the mourner' bench.
Rev. Yerkes, a graduateof s Evening Service .____ 8 P. M. Clasiies of two Starke

Church open dally for prayer St. John' College, Annapolis, aQSPKI STARKE TABERNACLE, Prayer Service, Wed. .... a P. M. Churches. A candle on the-altar Is no sub

PEN STAFFS and Mat. Service Center open and of St. Luke's) Theological nativeof J.T. Thunday tight the Men's Class stitute for a name In the pulpit.
for recreation. I Seminary at Sewanee, is a Mr Mrs. Quigley, Sponnoni
dally Jacksonville and for the past Moraine Wonhlp ...... 11 A. M. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST of the First Baptist Church enjoyed -
several years has served the Episcopal Bible School ___.___... S P. M.Evening Rev. W. E. Hall, Pastor a fish upper at Gold Head
__ ____ M.
10 A.
PEN Sunday
__ M.
located between Service ___ 7:43 P.
Branch State Park. Arrangements
Morning Worship ,.._.. 11 A. M. Lawtey
First Christian Starke and Cedar Keys. Evangelistic.Monday __Brotherhood__ 1:50 P. M. Song Service _?-____ 7 P. M. were made by a committee Baptist Church

TABLETS Bible Study. Tne .?- 7:45: P. M. Evening Worship ._-___- 8 P. M.I composed of W. J. Prattler, Guy
Church Pine Level Pastor Children's Bible Hour Teacher Meeting Bible Study Andrews, R. V. Turner, and Paul -
School 10 A. M.
_____ S. M. Sunday -
._ P.
.. .. P. M. Monday .
On Vacation Trip ,Wednesday ... Raymond.The .
RULERS MId-Week Payer Meeting Service 11 A. M. 8 P. M.

Service at the Pine Level Bap- Ladle* Prayer._-MeetingTharwlay ---.___ S P. M. Wedarwlay _______. 8 P. M ...n.. Class of the First Wednesday 8 p. ....
Methodist Church will launch a
Mld-Week Serrtc
Church next Sunday will be SerrlM Prayer
CRA YONS. 'OTAJUU membership and attendance contest
METHO-mnr: ,
conducted by Eddie Murrhee of Friday _________ 7:45 P. M. FIRST -
ATTEND Walnut Jefferson 15... at a breakfast to be held In
HIlliard. son-in-law of the pastor laeplrathmal Youth Meet A Cordial'WelcomeE3tended
Rev. W. J. Cbuehwell. Pasta the Woman's Club building Sun
W E Hall. ______ 7:45 P. M.
PASTE BIBLE SCHOOL the Rev. Saturday Chare School ____ Ie A. M day morning, Sept. 1. at 9 o'clock.E. .
Mr. and Mrs. Hall are enjoying Communion every first Sunday Morning Wonhlp _?.._, 11 A. M. T. Shull and J. Fred Guy will to AD
10 A. M. a trip to Mexico accompanied by moraine.BBOOKJCR Youth Fellowship .___. 7 P. ... head the opposing teams.

SCISSORS Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Conner. Evening Worship _____ 8 P. ...I -
BAPTIST CIICRCII Prayer Jk Prate Bervto*

Rev. C. A. Crosby Pa tW Wednesday ______ 8 P. M. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHStarke
NOTEBOOKS TABERNACLEAttend Woman's societylot
GOSPEL Sunday School ........ 10 A. M. Tueadny _____ 11M P. M.HEILBRONN Florida
Morning Worship' ___ U A. M.B.T.C. .
Notebook Paper __________ 7:15 P. M. BAPTIST Rev. Frank J. Bryson, Supply Pastor
Preaching _??_-_-._- 8 P. M. Rev O. E. CuUhaw factor
Meeting each Wed. S P. M. Service every Jed and 4th Ban
ProtractorsIKOCH People's Meeting" days .. II a.m. and 8:15 pjn Sun., Aug. 25 "Good Book ,Day"Sermon
School Sunday _.
Sunday ovary
A. M. "The Magic and
11 -
7:45 P. M. SPONSORSOf 10 a. m.j B.T.U. 7OO p. m.
,Every Saturday, The Church PageTip Everyone Welonnae.DEDAN Mystery of Rooks'


Top Super !Market Brookrr, FU-
Alvarez Store Rev. C. A. Crosby. Factor
mzmPINE Hollywood Camera Sunday School ._________ S P. M.
CHURCH & Gift Shop ends?
BAPTIST Meeting Thursday8M
LEVEL II C. Wall Agency Prayer Starke, FloridaThe
P. M. o
Rev W. E. Hall Pastor Carpenter'sCocaCola Friendly Church Rev. W. J. Churchwell, Pastor
La!la's Christian a Call StreetBible
Koch Drug Store School _......__ 10 A. M. Showing Paul on the toad to Damascus:
Preaching 2nd *: 4th Sunday
The "Little" Church That Is Doing TyuV Dry Furniture GoodsDriggers' Co. _. ..??.-_ II A. M. 8 P. M. "The Way of Salvation"
"Big" Things Mid-Week Prayer Service
TORE Robbing Wednesday_____ S P. M. Religious! Motion Picture Sun.. Aug./ 25
GREATER KINGDOM Hart Furniture Co. Woman' Missionary Council
COME HELP US BUILDS Florida Dank at Starke business meeting at church 8:00 P. :M. Everybody., WelcomeBRADFORD ,
LORD Mike.Marucs' lt| and 8 rd Thuvtfay: J_ 8 F,H: -
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CAGE ElttHT' ____ !IIII ,l
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the Circuit; Court |I 1941
Artklnn.' Judge of
rmrrrroi nr. Bn"i p nnii .
at ouch OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomaii.An
Warke or
SQ.n.gfug. Convention:; II'd %TY, KLomuti iv VII.i:d. In rhambxra at ,
uliue( an he may lie found for ani|I Clerk oC said Court
(9 RY.R ,, Fla
Legally Adopting Percy Joe Z <'h H. Douglas Ualnenvllle.
'ft.Hro.dtord County Singinbmewathm W. RlirwANH. I'lHllltlff. vx.Cullierlne Order
harry 9.13
make him an I, Ally for Pit S-23 4r
Order to
F. IlurBeiut, Def.I. nt.I Alken. Said
meets with the Hal- I
Ca.. Nu 9020.ORDER heir at law BB Hume a. It he were /
font BapUst Church Sunday aftnan I OF PU'RLTCATION our natural. child: y"u.. will therefore iv FIIICUIT.. co HIT. Jilt %.FORD. /
b a oralngly. (JI..r.., FLWHIUAlFIIY. 1'Ii CIIAN:
.. from 2 until 5 o'clock.T. AND NOTICE TO APPEARMTATE < .verneti
(Jrcon _
!: OK FLORIDA tlttlter.: 1 ( .
N. Norman, vice-president of Inv F Burgess, who.,. reeldencr I"1H05 Levy W. be convention made the an.euwacetnent .' :, ftlitti Avenue, Colmor Manor Attorney ptotltlon..rll.lr..n for I'etlllonelB. Defendant PUBLICATIONAND ('see =No 6015. /
J\Itr'h.nd.: ( A; Oreen. ORDER OF
and urges! everyone 8-23 6t 0-20 NOTICE TO APPEAR
You required to on
t* attend. September. are 23, 11)4(1.( In appear the ..b"lennmttil IIR"o..ono STATE OF FLORIDA to: AsnenCulkln
('OJ'u'r. and
IV (IIUIIT whose residence
Court and cause, wherein >llll>tl !-. CHAMLco'Mk'hael : -
I 01V IV KM dress Is 77 Sussex Street $t.
plaintiff seeks illvorre. Bradford 'J'II Y. England.You 8d'l 'I
en's Lanchanhlre
W.C.T. U. Cimnly Telegraph shall nubllnh thl Jlllnd..rtna..k., Plaintiff ,
Order In next four weekly'IssuesWitness VB Kllanbeth M. Ilundertmark are. required to appear
my hand and official Cane No. 6021OIIIIKH September: S3, 1946 In the
.William Osier, the great seal at Srurkv Florida thin August Drfondnnt named Court and cause whereinplaintiff
Oa..<.ll_ phynlelanva<< l'fl- 82(OFFICIAL, 1946. SEAt) A. J. Thomas, AND NOTICE OF : TO APPEAR County, Telegraph seeks dlvorre aha I II 1 Bradford publish.
wrtaff one day on the effect .\.. Cleric of laid Court K'rA'rl OF KLAKIPA tl>: ElisaBeth this Order In next four weekly !I. I
.T aloohol."to /.nth, H "iiKluH, Ualneovllln. FinAlly M. HiindBitmarh. whose rent. sues.Wilneim.
for JL'lf. S-ZJ 4t 8-13 <|MHVoodvllle State Hospital mY hand and official sent i
It true", asked a student -- Wooclvllle, Penniiylvanla. at Htarke, Florida, thin August 21, i '
M O T I C K You are required to appear on
alcohol makes 1149.
peoplea AlfiTJN AND September Zt: 1946 In the above ,
.. *a do things IWlter4" TO VUlOMSOIJVliU. IT MAY CONCKIlN ;/- named Court' and cause. Bradford wherein As Clerk of said Court.T. /
"No", replied Sir William, "It plaintiff seeks "dlvorte shall publish lhiaOrder Frank Landrum, Starke- Fla. 0
You are hereby notified that we, County Telegraph Ally tor PIt. H-23 4t 9-13
jMt make them low ashamed Paarlle O Green and Levy W, In next four weekly issues
WIll *.!.* them badly." Utenn her hunlmnd will at (he WltneHH my hand and officialI
I hour of 10 A. M. upon Monday I seal' at Starke, Florida, thin AucuatI REMEMBER THEJ. ACCEPT NO
-The National Voice.
September 23 A. H., 1IMS apply >'V I 122, l'J48.I .
putltlon to the Honorable A. 2 I I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, TRADE.MARK V' SUBSTITUTETH3
An Clerk! of until Court I
X ach 11. Douglas, nalnenvllle. Flu. 1
| Vlty. for IMf. 8-23 4t 9-13 t
e In' (iitiir tnriir. OIl.\Ol"ono r JPCPUfLAXATIVE 1
('01 "I'Y. Pl.OHIUll IV CHAN
'I'HY. Ii1v
Ill"nee Moore Plaintiff va, Alex ,
Moore, Ooft-ndnnt Cnxe No. 4923. THAT 8ATIII'IES 1
Sun. Man. Tues.-Aug. 25: 26, 27 H'I'A'I'Jo I 1 ] OF FLORIDA. to: Alex :. ff.M ml Jill Dray_Stem!' /
:Moore' whose residence and address 8
IH unknown. # .>." : -," '. :- '
You are required to appear On "
September 21 1D46 In ho above
"The Green Years"I
I niinifd. Court and cause, wherein t
plitlntlff seeks dlvona. Bradford
I County Telegraph shall, publish thl.or.l..r HavingA
In next four weekly Issues.
Wed. Thurs. Aug 28, 29 WItness my hand and. official ? a 1
seal at Htarke, Florida, this August Wedding '1
,1 I
21 IU4A _
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, I '1 1 All Materials
Aa Clerk of aid Court. and WorI a .
"Abilene Town"Randolph Znrh II Dnuitlan, Ualnenvllle" Fla. A I ( ship Guaranteed.
Atty. for Pit. 8-23 4t -13 I =

iv ('IIICI'IT rni'HT, 011"0"0111) Same Famous Tread
Scott Ann Dvorak <'01 Y'1'Y. "'I.OIUIJ.I" ('IIA.\. Have the Pictures Found DeJip
("9I1 Y. Only In New Firestonj
I Omle Lae Hall, Plaintiff vs. Daniel Made De Luxe Champion Tires
\1 IriBton bull Defendant Cape No.

Fri. Sat. Aug. 30, 31 I I 0019.! AND ORDER NOTICE OP Pf'TO LU'ATON APPEAR I T. H. OsborneWRITE I We Loan You Tires Whili I

I STATK OF KLUKIDA to: Daniel i OO We Recap Yours.
"Texas Jamboree"and ; Winston Hull whose residence Is
unknown. BOX
: You are required to appear onf4rptember !I OR CALL, AT 7 4.00-1. Smooth Tiros May Cost A lift I
. 21, 194B In the ...b..v.nl1".d .
Court and cause, whereinplaintiff 'I 1I00\'EU BROS. STUDIOFlash ; e e Drlvo In Today for Tin

"Talk About A Lady" County' .Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish.Bradford'thl.1) I OMer S//.e, rinost Rocapping Job Monty |
Order In next four weekly ..... r.rf"'r Law \
Can !
W'ilnece niv hand and official neal 1 Buy
at Htarke, Florida this August 22 I



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kn-; Court | :1 1044.
judge of t the Circuit
cornr. OIl..eRIJ A ,
trinrrrr 8tarke or at such 'i(OFFICIAL BRAD A. J. Thomas,
Singing Convention 4'01 STY. Kl.OIIIUAl I'd t'JIt.M-' : In Chambers at
for As Clerk of said Crturt.
he l>. found an
(KM V. place Joe I.:<: ,'h H. Douglas, Ualnmvltlp. Fla.Ally. .
Bradford .. Legally Adopting Perry "
Tea Order
County Singing Hurry W. Burgess, Plitlntlfr v. for Plf. 8-23 4t 9-13
iJaa.wm.Uon meets with the FUIr I Catherine F. Uur......, Defendant Alken. Bald Order to makt him an '. _
If he were
Case No 8030.OH heir at law as same BS /
.nt Baptist Church Sunday aftenraon -, DISK OF PtmtirATfON our naturalhlId l : you. will th..reI. iv I CIRCUIT cnunTrotMTV. nil UFOItD
from 2 until 5 o'clock. AND NOTICE TO AP1>I1AftR1'A1'I foro be governed 1 a< ,'or,11 narly. ,I FLORIDA! IM CII4M.William I
I OK Kl )nir>A tl: CMth"rln I'ourlle O IIr..nI."vy ('I'II Y.
T. M. Norman vice-president of .* 1**. hurgesa, whose rnslileni. ,!' IN W. Irean CulkliT Plaintiff.. vs.. AgnesC'lllkln /
petton.r.| I : Defendant. ('It..* No. 0016.
W convention made the an- 1< Ola.th! Avenue Colmor Manor
Maryland. green A (Green. Atturnys for Petlili ORDER Of PUBLICATIONAND
twMcncoment and urges everyone ,n,.rs.. 8-23 6t lI.ao' NOTICE TO APPEAR
You are required to appear on OF FLORIDA to: Agnes / i
.. Umd. September i 23, l 1948. In the above IN: fiiicTiT ;;)'i7ij.1'. wi Ai>ronn 4 4"O'"I'Y fulkln, whose residence and adilruss /
n'LIn",1 l Court arid cause, wherein IM tit. Hel
F"OI&lU !la 77 Busses Street.
,plaintiff seeks dlvorre. Bradfordounty ('Pal Y. en's. England.You .
< Telegraph shall publish thisOrder
W.C.T. U. Michael Hundnrtmark C"1II-I'
o are required to appear onNxplrnber
In next four weekly tiffn.. Kllanbelh 11[. ) "
my hand and official Case No. B031. I 23: 1948, In the above
tat William Outer, the great opal at Htarkit .Flurldathis,. August' Defendant. named Court and cause, whereinplxlntlt
22, 1 46.tonriCIAt.. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND : seeks dlvor,-". Bradford
OMiwU physicianvas ten ( SEAL) A. J. Thomss.Ax NOTICE TO APPEAR: L'ounty Telegraph .H hill 11 publish t
feeresc one day on the effect Cleric of said Court. STATE OF KIjOltlOA to: JJlaa- file' Order. In. n..>...tnnr weekly 1",
bath M. Mimderttnark, whose residence -
such H. miKlttH, Ualnesvllle. Fla.Ally.
ell Alcohol.In .
y.U l is: Woodvllle State Hospital,
for !'If. S-SI3 4t .
It true" asked a student, Wondvllle, Pennsylvania.
r i c: M you are required to appear on
Vut" alnohol make'! people ,r.:1OM: AIKKN September 21, 1948, In the shove -
male to do things better f"No" TO WHOMSOtiVKK: IT MAY C'ONCKFtN. ; named: Court and cause, wherein. PAGE 8.13'1N BRADFORD COUNTY TEat GRAPH.[: STARKE FLORIDA FRin.tl', ..tl'Gt8Ito

"' plaintiff' seeks 'divorce. Bradford
replied HIp William
notified that ', County Telegraph shall publish thlOrder 6, :>Nelson Defendant. Case No.
You are hereby w CllirriT COl'IIT. lilt \I1FOHD Starke Florida, this August 4973.. Inw '
JiMt hakes them less hamed Pearlle O. Clr..*n and Levy W. In next four weekly Issues.Witness ('(II "MTV FI.OItlUAl CHANCEllY 1 944' OIIDKR: OF PUBLICATION such re.., I'' .? 'pert) .
.. tiding them badly." til-ran her husband, will at the my hnnd and official (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, AND NOTICE TO APPEAR be sold hr [
I hour of 10 A. W. upon Monday seal at Starke, Florida, this August Paul"v' Lowe Plaintiff vit. Elea- As. Clerk of said Court. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Elsie: court h rJ 1 hlgheq t bldj
-The National Voice Hoptember 2.1 A. I> 1 D46.. apply by I j 22. 111(6.OOFFICIAL. iiorcK.. Lowe Defendant. Cane No. Hy Lucille C. Conner. D. C. Nulson whose. residence la % Mrs.Kiln. day In .' th'l
putltlon to the Honorable A. 6 I SEAL) A. J. Thomas. 49H3( II. O. Brown Starke Fla. Martin, Route 2, Hlucomb, Ala. 1946. wh, n4t.
As Clerk, tot said Court. ORDER OF PUBLICATION: Atty. for Plf. 8-9 4t 8-80 You are required to appear on tember.! "'I' '
ZiK-h II.I Douglas, Gainesville, Fla. ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR Peutemurr 2nd. 1948 In the above
i Atty, for Plf 8-23 4t 8.131, STATB OK VLOIIIDA to: Ulnorc : IVOTICK OF KLKCTIONI : named Court and cause, wherein Dated thi It, dal) dl J
I K. Low, whose residence U Charles A. Darby, Mayor of plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford C Lu
I n riiirirr cornr. nt1ADFORD'4'4J11i'1'V. 2.121 47th Street .C'ninden. N. J. Starke, Florida, by virtue of the County Telegraph shall uubllsh this Clerk "I" on .
Fl.0ltll l I'M CJlA Y ni are re'iulroil to appear on authority vested.. In me by law doheld Order In next four weekly Issues. torn 1 C tint- ,V ids h
_11 ( l.:llVOi'iico .-ptu. "iber 9, lIMtf. In the above nam- hereby cull an election to be Witness my hand and official ('OFFICI\L 1-\1.
Moore Plaintiff, Ts Alex r,l Court and cause, wherein plaintiff at the. City Hall In the aforesaid seal at Starke, Florida this August I
Moore, cfenilnnt. Case No. 4923. mask. divorce Bradford County town by the qualified voters on 1. 1946.toFI'ICrAL -
OFIDKR OF PUBLICATIONAND Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Tuesday September 10, 1946, fur the MEAL) A. J. Thomas IN '.IIU'[ I'r C III RT
NOTICES TO APPEAR next four weekly ItmueB.Witness purpose of electing the following As Clerk of said Court. Ctrl11'' .'I.II.IIIJ\II\\
Sun. IVIoR. Tuea.-Aug. 25: 26, 27 STATE OF FLORIDA. to: Alex my hand and official seal officers: lath II. Douglas, G.Inesvlle'Flit.( CEll Y.
Moore whose residence and addresBIH at ttturke, Florida this August 1, Three Aldermen Atty. for Plf. 8.2t 8-23 Daniel' Kpll
unknown. 194, donating to Bradford .Health Hie R:' K I lev n"'ManL!
You are required to appear On (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Clinic 4969
"The Green Years"Wed. September. 23, 1940, In the a.ove1] A> Clerk of said Court. For NOTIO B ORDER .JWUnem.
named Court and cause., wherein IT Lucille .Conner D. C. Against Notice Is hereby. given that the ANn OF prnurA
plaintiff "ek. divorce. Pradfnrd J. (". Uurrance, Jacksonville, Fla, Inspectors of said election! J. L. undersigned are engaged In buslnesx STATE IFL011ID4Nc
County Telegraph u"rhIL2. publish: I thlsOrder ;' Atty. for PIt. 8-9 4t 810l Anderson R. F. Demoreat, D. A. under the flutltlous name. of E. Kelly. whist "
l In next Issues) Moutleth J. It. Wainwright and Starka Ice Company located on Waldo Weida[
Witness my hand and official I North Cherry street. In the Cityof Ht., Pruvidene,8hSept ,
T. H. Williams.In
Thurs. Au( 28, 29 > CIRCUIT COVET BRADFORD Stark Bradford You
seal nt Htarke, Florida this August' testimony. whereof I hereunto County FlorIda
mb 2ndull4/diIs
< 01 \TV. FLOHIOAl IN: CHAN and 'Intends.
21, l 11148. subscribe my name and cause the to register the named ,
(OFFICIAL REAL) A. J.' Thomas. CKUV.Hamuel said fictitious name In the Office C'urt "ft,1, '
seal of the town to be hereunto :
A. Burch, Plaintiff v*. sank :
As Clerk of said Court. of the Clerk of the Clrcut Court of dlvoh.
'affixed this the 7th day of August,
"Abilene Town"Randolph Grace E. Burch Defendant. Case County Telegraph
Bradford hi
Znch K. Douglas Gainesville, Fla. A, !>., County Fin.-Charley 13. Order In shall
:No.- 4984. 1946.CHARLES Johns, One half Interest; 'l"Xf 'nUl
Atty. for Plf. 8-23 4t 9-I3I A. ; J M. Edwards Weekly
ORDER OF PUBLICATION One half Interest; Starke, m) hand,| aDl!
R (OFFICIAL SEAL) Mayor. seal at '
l% rnirrrr rnnrr. DRAIIFOHIIcoivrv. AND: NOTICE TO APPEAR Fla. 8-2 4t 8-23 Stark> Florida
Scott) Ann Dvorak STATE OF FLORIDA to: GraceE ATTEST: 81. 1946, ,
Carl Johns, Clerk 8-9 Et 9-6 (
CIHV. Burch, whose residence la un I SEALj )
Omle Lee Hall Plaintiff, vs. Daniel known. iv: CIRCUIT COURT, niiAi>FonnCOUNTY. As Clerk ,f WU anon'

Winston Ball, Defendant. Case No.: You are required to appear onlI..ptemb..r IN CIRCUIT CO HT. BRADFORD FLOUIUAl: CHAN. John J. Henderson Epk.
5019. : 9, 1946 In the above nam- roivrY...' FLoitm.ii IN CHAN.deny. fK.I Y.Rollln tine FhL.
ORDER OF Pt'DLICAIOV:- ed court and cause wherein plaintiff Kirk Plaintiff, Anna Atty. fur I'lt
Fri. Sat. Aug. 30 31 AND NOTK'K TO APPEAR seeks divorce. Bradford County Marguerite Hall Pardee. Plaintiff Kirk Defendant. Case N"o 4966.

STATE' OF FLORIDA to: Daniel Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn vs. Lee B. Pardee Defendant. Case ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN cincrir:
"Texas Jamboree"and Winston Hall, whose residence Is1unknown. next four.weekly Issues.. No. 4991. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR COI'1'1'1' ('III RT. q
Witness my hand and official seal ORDER; 6F PUBLICATIONAND STATE OF FLORIDA to: Anna FJ.tIIlID\1 II
You are required to appear on at Htarke, Florida, this August. 7, NOTICE TO APPEAR Kirk whose residence and address Albert P
Heptember 23, HMO In the above 1948. STATB OF FLORIDA to: Lee B. U Blum Street Uarnervllle. N. Y. Mildred S. Chwart., Plu',
mimed Court and cause, wherein (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Piirdee, whose residence and address You are required to appear on Case No. Sehwar D.
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford AH Clerk of said Court 1 Is Short leach, Connecticut. September 2nd .1946 In the above 6001IDnOER
"Talk About A Lady" County[ Telegraph shall publish this By Lucille. C. Conner D. C. Von are required to appear on named Court and cause, wherein AND OF Pl'BUCil
Order In next four weekly Issues. J. C. Durrance, Jacksonville Fla. September 9, 1946 In the above named. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford STATE NOTICE TO \pI
Witness tnv hand and official ...eaiI1t Atty. for Plf. 8-9 4t 8-30 court and cause wherein plaintiff County Telegraph shall publl,,h thin a. Schwa I.P, KUmiDA hi>
Htarke, {Florida tills August 21 seeks divorce Bradford' County Order In next four weekly Issues. lejn, whoa >.ld,.
' l> ('..ICI'I'" CO IIT IIIIADKOIID Telegraph shall publish this Order Witness my hand and official California
('01 \TV .FLUII1I1AI CHANCKIIV. : in next four weekly Issues.. seal at Starke Florida this July You kre required to.
: Witness my hand and official seal. 29 1948. September" t 18 'H4!' nh. ,.

James 1!. CornellotiH Plaintiff, v... at Starke Florida this August 8, OFFICIAL SEAL! ) A. J. Thomas, SeptcmbiM! 10 I '914 |I. j II
Anna Ivalmo:: CornellouH Defendant. lD4ft. As Cleric nf said Court.T. named Court! jnd au..,
Cane No. 4992.ORDER (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Frank Lnndrum Starke: Fla. plaintiff ....ki, 11 IItt(. 1
OF PUBLICATION ,\. Clerk of said Court Atty. for Pit. 8-2 4t 8-23 County T'-Ic.grapr' ,hall (p.,l
Flash ANT NOTICE TO APPEARIITA'1'I Hy Lucille C. Conner I). C. Order In nx( .r[ Mwil"

OF F'LOItiD.tot: Anna )1'. Frank Lnndrum Htarke. Fla. Wltnem mi) hard A d
IN ClltrlII' (roritT niiinpoitu Heal nt Hint'he FinmuTiunt ,, ,
Kklmr:: CornellouH, whose residence Atty. for Plf. 8-9 4t 8-30 ;,It
IN 1511 North Peach Street Phll- Nrl'. KI.OHIUAl IN CHAN. 10 1914OFFICIAL!

adelphln, Pennsylvania.You IV <;:lll(TlT ('olrll'r HltAI>FOIID e. ItY. ( SElL M
are. required to appear OD l'tll'N7'Y. KLOItlllti IN (.11 IN. Robert James Burton, Plaintiff vs.Virginia As Clerk of ,,said '.utt.l,
Heptemlmr 9, 1944 In the above named ( .. II". Hynn Burton, Hy LurllU c' ncr IIZa..h -
3.OOO Y Court and cause wherein plaintiff t.ul.i K.: Harley Plaintiff, vs Mike. Case No. 4974.rr&wEJ II. ni.tiRlii, laliAtty ...
peeks divorce. Bradford County Harley Defendant. Case No 49S6. .OF PUBLICATION for Plf |1-1'|
Telegraph shall publlnh this orderIn ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR.
STATE OF FLORIDA; to: V'relnla
next four weekly IHSUPH.Witness NOTICE TO APPEAR
.j my hand and official seal. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mike Ryan Horton whose residence. le IN ouirfir, KI.OIIIUl.nl coinr. ufOIM'l

'\ v+v } New DRESS nt 1940.Starke, Florida, this August 8, dress Harley Is whose Orungeburg residence South. and Caro-ad unknown You are required to appear onSeptember ''Ed('.-.It\'. ,'

Cherry u
\ (OFFICIAL SEAL* A. J. Thomas, IIn... 2nd 1946 In the above Otfrndirl
AH Clerk of said Court. You are required. to appear on named .oe\ and cause wherein I'hni m
:. Kv: Lucille C. Conner. D. C. September 9, 1946 In the above nam plaintiff divorce. Bradford '
and FABIrs Charles R. Hess, Jacksonville Fla. ..,l -Court and cause wherein plaintiff County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder A'i"0'1'11'1':; inprsy': TO dB,
next four
weekly Issues.
Atty. for Pit. 8-0 4t 8-30 seeks divorce. Bradford County IK.
Witness my hand and official STATE! OF FLORIDA !
i> Telegraph shall publish this Order Heal at Starke Florida, this August Lambert Cherry Hwi
cmrinT cot-RT BRADFORD In next four weekly Issues.Vltn' .
('OI.'I'Y.. FLOIUUAl IV C1IAIN- \ >H my hand and .official FIhlt4EAL Box 89, (leorgotown. Bl C I
rr just received dire ( KUV.: seal. ut "tarke. lo"lorldll.thl.- .. Au-- ( ) A. J. Thomas. You are reiiilr-a| ti ill
) September 18(116.( l la Ul
(.rh.eln. nnrp'n..n.. tfln v Tltt Int'lf** rust 7. 1940.OFFICIALBEAL. As Clerk of said Court.
vi, ;:i.'R'envet'. ; ,; d ';C" Case ( ) A. J. Thomas Znch H. Douglas, Gainesville Fla named Court end am,

No. 4989.ORDER. As Clerk of said Court. Atty. for Plf. g-2 4t 828CIIIClr.T plaintiff u..__._ .L.,nuke_,___,divorce, ....._,H
mills in time for OF PUBLICATION eA.n By Lucille c. ; :
Conner D. C. I Order Tln' next"f our, ;;'k 9
NOTICE TO APPEAR T. Frank Landrum,. tarke, Fla. IN COURT BRADFORD Witness hand ,114
Eugene HTATK Qay 01FLORIVA, whose residence to: and Mr. Atty. for Plf. 8-9 4t 8-30 COUNTY FLOKII1AI IM C1IA.N. seal Itt Starke, Florid. 1)"J
well the fall address Is Route 3, Ffox IS, Georgetown -- Edward 12. 1948.OFFICIAL. f
Greene Zear
as I.V vs
A South Carolina, or, % Mr.. : ClnCUlT COURT HRADFOnO lee. Greene Defendant Case No, ( mail CoStlfly L
As Clerk of
Alice Pitt Wilson North Carolina COUNTY |P"0 "U'". IM CHAmNrrri .
1 1i CERY. 4988RDER Iuolll C Conner,, J ft) Cl
are required to I .
appear on '
Dresses Skirts September 9, 1948 In the above named I Sullivan Plaintiff vs. Katie AND NOTICE T. Frank I. ndrum.
? TO ApPEAR- 1-1
( Court and Hill Sullivan Defendant. Case Atty. for Plf.
Ye e ,. seeks divorce.cause, wherein Bradford plaintiff County U87. STATE. OF FLORIDA to: Zearle- -
ORDER OF Gr..ene. whose residence le un-
Telegraph hall publish this Order known. N0VICINotice
In next four weekly Issues. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ''
Su herebylr.a'
You are required to Is
ts. on
Witness my hand and official sjal KatieAHFISullivann anar'lness '
undersigned art
whoseremldence 2nd 1946 In the above
at Htarke, Florida, thin. August 7. named! under the flrtliloii
Court and
cause whereinplaintiff
1948. and address Is % Clarence ,
Hill. Box I
46. Route 3, West seeks divorce Bradford Tip Top Super
SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Denton. Mary
As Clerk of said Court. land or, % Mrs Stella Lecates. County Telegraph. shall publish this Starke xtBradforrd :oueq
A Order
VarietyWOOL lot Oak Street. In next tour weekly Issues.Witness .
fly Lucille C. Conner D. C. Laurel Delaware. and Intend to register i ,n.ltltlous
S T, Frank Landrum Starke Fla. You are required to appear on my hand and official OKtel
Atty. for Plf. f. 8-9 4t 8-30 September. 9. 1946 In the above named seal at Starke., Florida this July name Circuit '.UII
Court and 3t Clerk of the ,
: cause, wherein Plaintiff ( 1946. led
',, Fin "' ?
IN: Mitrrrr COURT. IIHADFOHDFl.OIIIUll seeks divorce. Bradford County (OFFICIAL SEAL) 'A. J. Thomas ford < "nt v. tad \I' i I
C01J"'I'Y. l\ CIIAN.CEIIY. Telegraph shall publish this Order As Clerk of said Court. H. Nnswnrthv .
Walnut tit ,
'inWitness J. S. Harrison Jacksonville Fla. 324. N. Stark.I.'..
Florence Newman Rothfarb Plain myhandhand official Atty. for Pit. 8-2 4t 8-23
tiff vs. :Maurice Rothfarb, Defen- seal' at Starke. Florida this August -
9p IN PLAIT dant. Case. No. 4938. 7. 1946.
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR A. Clerk of said Court. Thomas Ntolce In hereby given that the

CHECKS & S'' STATE OF FLORIDA to: Maurice Uv Lucille. C. Conner. D. C. under undersigned. Is engaged In business CARP
Kothfarb, whose residence. and address T, Frank Lttdrum.. Starke, Fla. ford the fictitious name 'of Brad-
1 In Antwerp, Belgium. Atty. for 2'I(. g.9 4t g.j0Edmondo Engineering Company locatedon
North Cherry Street In the
You City
required to
2.69 to3.49 t September. 9. 1946, In the above appear nam on IN: CIRCUIT -COURT. of Starke. Bradford County Florida.
ed Court and cause, wherein plain COUNTY FLO.tllJ"1 BRADFORD and Intends, to register. the said
tiff seeks divorce Bradford County C" II Y. : C1I.\:01: fictitious name In the Office of the
Telegraph/ shall publish this Order I Clerk of the Clrcurt Court of Bradford f
--. --- C.iombl, Intltf County Fla.
In a ,
-. next four weekly Issues 1,1,1., mbl' V8.
Witness. mv hand and official sent Case" lrRnl..11I Dden.lant. -J. M. Edwards, entire interest

I Rt Starke. Florida, this August 7, [ 6E 491(0. Starke Flo. 8-2 4t 8-33


As Clerk of said Court. OF :NOTICE OF APPMCATIOM:
RAYONS Hy l.urllle C. (Conner D. C. I and lLnd..1I1 Olomb... residence' I FOIL T\X DEED
T. Frank Landrum Starke Florida I I adlreas is Via Tlalane Veclllio Mouse inn !MO. ixna:
:No. .
4. Trieste. .
Italy.Septe NOTICE
Atty. for Plf. 8.9 4t 8-30 13 HEREBY GIVEN that
BEAUTIFUL i. nher 0 19161n"theoaboveanama R. H. Green. Jr., the holder of the
IN CIRVI'IT t'OURT nnHFORII I Court following certificates has filed said
(COt'tTY FI.OIIIUAl IN HI.\:01: fin seeks and cause wherein plain. L-eitlflcates for a tax deed to fa
C.IIV.Annh. divorce. Bradford County Issued thereon. The certificate
Le.> Sweatman Telegraph shall publish this Order numbers an< years of Issuance the
Plaintiff ,
In The Unusual vs. In .
Following Variety of L 6 neat four
Louis Hweatman Defendant. Case Witness. weekly (.subs. description of the. property, and
No 4979.OnnflR. my hand and official seal. the names In which It was assessed
o OF PUBLICATION I 1948.Starke. "Florida this August 8. ire as follows:
Australian Blue Teal C AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Certificate No. 8. Tear of leluancs .
to: Louis .
Melon Luggage Hello 89c yard ""> Hweatman, whose residence la unknown By Lucille Clark of said Court I>?* rll>tlc"1 nt Property. REV of
T. Conner I>. c.: MBVi Section 33. Township 41 Hmith. gjjICIS

Grey: Wine Navy KeD| .. You are required to appear. on'' Atty.Frank for Plf.Landrum> ltarke' Fla. Mi I 1 lianas 20 East containing acres.
9 .pt..mh..r 9, 1940. In the above named i i g.9 4t 8.30' Name In which assessed Elllii -

Canadian Pine Chartreuse Court and cause wherein plain .f I 'IIV Wilson' Est. ST.On.tlle.Minit .
White .
Royal Blue Mexican Gre- : 64 -
tiff seeks divorce. bradtord County r "'11"1' I'll1'NT All of said property being In the Phone

Telegraph. shall publish this order I f"fn'TY. FLORIDA. DR1'1"0111> (County of Bradford State of Flor SeT
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Witness my hand and official seal Leon .elson. Units such certificate or certlfl-.
Men'* New Fall Felt Hats Plaintiff vs. Elsie' c' its shall be redeemed. according

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