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: May 16, 1947
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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.subscriber to the Telegraph and also an old citizen oft I

lID ve been very much Interested In the wet and dry discus- '

In the paper and I hope that every sensiblemindedttllvote :!

anew against the liquor traffic. I well remember when Official County Publication Established In 1877

; eatoonH-..one In the very center of the town. Just \
bad open .
greet from Andrews livery stable. I was just a young -IOLUMN SIXTY-NINE MIYIKKK. FLURIDAFBIDAY, MAtf 1C, 1011 NUMBER TWENTYNINEPark :

TV time, but I can still see In my mind's eye the drunks ____. _______________ .__ .un_ _____ n_____"__ __ __ __ ____ ____d. ___-------.-

rlnl end that around i livery the stable streets so close and, falling together on;,you the sidewalks.can imagine With what a Specialist I Attorney General Warns Rotarians Against 28 Dogs Killed Canning Plant I I

,Nile In those days?, Conditions were terrible; and I hope It Forces That Seek"To Undermine Freedom

vet In tedding!be bas that run this way a matter again liquor In.why your tot'eT should fair Of,we clean course take city..the those opinion engaged of one In Gathers Data Discussing that threaten five fields to change of struggle the- As City Begins Ready To Aid I

of of the world In which we
'ineitslwsy how you where It is best (in their opinion) to For live course J. Tom Watson Attorney Drive I
City's Plans On In FoodOpening
liten ed 'saloon beacuse they are in the business to make General Clf the State of Florida! StraysFirst Saving

poke. to members of the Rotary

',*nlv hope the people Of Starke will fight thin, liquor traffic Prospects for the completion, Club and a large number of guests objective In enforcomen of the second season

bitter end and I am praying. that the "right" will prevlal. this summer of a weU-equlppe< at the regular luncheon meeting of the City's dog ordinance was of the Bradford County Canning

Mrs. Gertrude Roach I city park, with playground faclll. of that ,organization held here largely accomplished this weal Plant was announced Wednesdayby

Peublo Colorado.ancc ties tennis courts, shuffle board,.. Wednesday: with disposal by local police of 28 Supervisor V. R. Ferguson.

and skating area, appeared bright The Attorney General, whose untagged stray dogs. Mayor C. The plant la In 'readiness. ... "to

conversation at a- drug stove: the other day brought out this week following a conference forthright: opinions) have enlivened A. Darby announced Tuesday theta can anything-vegetables, meat,

matter what! rating Dun & Bradstreet might have for last Thursday attended by Coun many a cabinet meeting in Tallahassee policy In immediate effect will fruit," Ferguson stntnd. However *

(rt that no remains cllmen civic leaders and A. BBurrltt ,. described these "fields of require that continued. dispose to avoid overcrowding produce *
the fact that the
ual local business firms agency"underralel" specialist In recreational struggle" as: will be made at the pound, by; will be accepted by appoint-
Starke In its data still carrying the town at Its chloroform.The' .
I areas. 1. Atheism vs. Christianity a<, 'd bl aw ment only. Appointments may
? population of 1,400. I Burrltt whose visit here was 2. Unionism vs. Non-Unionism Mayor stated that the be made on any school day at
nurse we can hardly blame D & B for this discrepancy, for made in connection with service 3. Principles vs. Expediency police will henceforth pick up and. Ferguson's office In the Voca t

s what the last Federal census allows us, but Col. Bradford ft the National Recreation Asso 4. Collectivism vs. Individualism Impound licensed dogs which are tional-Agriculture building. '

ed the representative with pardonable pride that there are elation outlines detailed plane s, running at large returning/ then Tho canning program as begun

students enrolled in the Starke school as of May 19471 The whereby the City may establish 5. Sta&'. Rights vs Centralized to owners upon payment of a 79: this week call. operations to

of the old census figure Is Immediately obvious, for subtracting an acceptable park at an early Federal Government. cent fine, plua costs ((30 cents per continue each Wednesday until ,

howl enrollment of 1,042 from 1,400 (leaves 358: allowable for date. The specialist met In the Warning that one avowed purpose TOMDelegation W.4TsoN day). Some owners were believe! further notice. Other days. will t i

and pre-school population. morning with Chairman L. A.. of Communism Is the destruction to be under the misapprehension be added In accordance with dQ. ., .

ult ursenybody's guess is as good as the Colonel's but I would Canova, Paul Bridges and W. M.. of Christianity the At- that the ft license Is a perm) mand. '

In round figures at 3,500. Edwards of the Council and with torney General stated that every allowing the dog to roam the The County's canning factory t t
starke's current population: Atrs. Grace Osborne and Mrs.. God-fearing American should be Meets streets. Such Is not the case. ac enjoyed a very successful. season .
school enrollment-the steady manner In which .
going back to Ruby Johns, of the citizen's recreational on the alert against-the introduction cording to the ordlnnnre. All dog last year extending Into January.

lpulaton! of<< BHS continues to grow is one of the surprises of committee. A second of any atheistic teachings In brought into shopping district The plant--an adequate and ,

it-Blandlng era. Everyone expected a marked. decline after meeting was.attended In the afternoon our public schools and college Success In TallyAssurance are to Le on lelt. h. Briefly, th< thoroughly sanitary building west I

top closed] but actually there are more children in school here by Mrs. Oaborne chairn He pointed out that our American order of thus City fathers Is that of the high school-was built by t

an there wore, during the Blanding era. Total enrollment in an, and other members of the way of life has Its very foundation all dogs be "Inocu .ted, licensed. I county and city funds with ad ,

eke school during April 194ft was) was 971 while records for committeE!, including Mrs. R. A In our belief of each man's that road soil drain- and kept at home." dltlonal Federal! aid In the supply :
problems in Bradford County
1947 show an enrollment of 1042. Green Mrs. J. M. Smith and Mrs. responsibility to his God.. Our age would receive the utmost consideration A steady increase In the sal< of equipment. Facilities added

possible explanation Is that during Blanding Starke waa the Edward Burns. ideas of freedom and, equal opportunity was accorded large ilele- of licenses was reported by thi since last Fall include a now typo
for all based on Clerk's office, the total oil heater Present capacity a.*
of many young couples most of them childless. Since they The park specialist was authorIzed are gatlun from here appearing before rcuelilnf J,
the" this belief he-stated 88 last Tuesday. mounts to approximately 2,000cans
moved (\n. their quarters have been taken by newcomers, most! by city clerk to procl'edIwlth V.i Rlgln Bay lew, chairman of the I
plans requiring at the Long the champion: of !"right to In Tallahassee Impounded dogs should he' per day.
older and who have children of school age. State Rond( Department
i'ok are fears for Installation of twc work" legislation Attorney General Wednl'MdllY.A claimed within three days, otherwise Din. Tyler Jones canning plant '
is \
any rate--BHS Is growing-Starke any tennis courts six shuffle boardsan Watson denounced the evils the pets are to be advertised Instructor will serve in the immediate I

>ur fair city might become a ghost town after the Camp closed oval skating area preschoolchildren' of any system that requires an Individual ktng that the Road Depart and sold at auction. Upon failureof supervision of JrodUCft

definitely vanished for all time. We might Just as well make up area and equipment, to Join a labor union before mint, hard-surface the much-uxed sale disposal by chloroform preparatl"n" ''ar. *'ra-

ode to become thriving little city-: for that's Just what, in older children's area and equipment he can obtain a Job. He grade connecting Highway 100 at win be made eight days after the lions, ,C____ .. ...j_"--_
the H. :U. McRae farm with the *
t e are. Why we're even getting.a city bus service and a "laun- and a shelter area with rent stated that 18 states have now State Farm Road, spokesmenpointed dog l Is picked up by the police.: Ferguson stated this week that r

t' That proves itt! rooms 'Discussion was made a' ,. followed Florida's lead in enacting out that this would forma Enforcement of, the ordinance vegetables should be gathered

'. to additional details and landscap legislation defending .the individu connecting, link with the new has been pressed,, In response tc and prepared' on the day they- am'

ing. al's right to work. reports reaching. city officials ai canned. 1
001! I Funeral Saturday PlanswlU'be submitted from the In' discussing the 'third "fieldof road Farm from Road that Lawtey has to already the State been to the "stray dog nuisance." II The plant will be open. at S {

Workshop For Mrs. 'Bessent association's offices In New York struggle", the Attorney Gen promised by the Department. It Is pointed out that similar\ measures a. m. each Wednesday it,
./ with prospects for early construction eral pleaded for adherence to the was also pointed out that 'this are' in effect in most towns
Mrs. Ursula Wall Beasent, 9l, r noble traditions which our and -cities.( Circuit Court )
Mayi26teacher beginning ln approximate} on was tha most expensive! 1'0.11Ii. \ j R
Begin died Wednesday .afternoon at 3:30: ( one month. The facilities will b< country Is founded, ,and urged the county to keep up because of Licenses are to be' unhaaed: at Ends UneventfulWinding \ I ,:

.. o'clock In 'the 'local hospital following Installed atvthe new PraU Street that principles be not sacrificed the extremely heavy travel thatIt the> Clt7Qlail. Owners whose. ::" I..
of Bradford :and an illness which resulted park ilte;: fn ..northwest Starke... merely to gum a desh-ed end. carries., fc The delegation was dogs are "' l'''''UiJw/twhUh hvprobably n '4'1 :f'" .''1 '
Counties will participate in from inJuries/reCeived In a fall' /aa'ttMusic ..,,' Turning qPiiastlbjlct$< of teal assured that, Uu> toad would n-j ,b**).'uAfimdeil' ,' UtawU ."" "'!P '":T'' !, .' ,

hopi/ (;; to be held In Startle' .at her Home last March.!! ._ Superyisor'- "" 'M lectJVl m. \Yi>n stated'that this I cuive earnext"eoiiHlderatlon when Immediately 'IIOtW7.u.. p"ollc..,' n|' thjC' *a>ty' spring "" r: IM l' I jL I W..

thrpugtl ,'+une' }3, from FatSeral'service 8' will ,.be...ield : movement, comes font of Europe the bep.rtnisR"pew budget U -1 a .* -" term' of Giro ult .Court ea May 7, '

L m to 3:00: p. m.,, each dayling Saturday). afternoon at 3:30: o'clock Will Help Conduct I where->.Individuals] long used ,to prepared next January Music'Week' Festival Judge Joust \:H.: Murphree-fixed >

to an announcement by in th*.. First Baptist Church with livingunder monarchies or dicta of the delegation also; I an appearance bond at 11500 In I
- Member .
SymphonyAnnouncement ,
Summer ::1 Enjoyed By Large the CUM ot'WlUle O.: Wall found'
Grace W. Duborne. General the Rev.rL. O. Halnea. officiating, : torahlps, have lost faith in equality asked for relief from flood Conditions I
the of housetrailer.
"inor of Instruction; Meet- Intermcntcwill be iu Crosby Lake: 'was made this opportunity of the ,individual. experienced' east of Starke Audience ThursdayA I guilty In theft a i

wW be held in the. former cemetery under the direction oi week of the appointment of Mrs-, He'denounced the doctrine that because of drainage methods TM further action was In made thecase I
building and in Bradford DeWitt C. Jones. Ursula Barnes BHS Music Supervisor would pull one man dawn to the adopted in recent year by the large and appreciative audi pending. t:
I pool closerooms Mrs. )Bessent was born in Mid- to the choral conducting department level of another who had not Road Department. It was stated rnce gathered In the USO auditorium ,

workshop" In Florida; an dleburg, en Nov. 20 1806, the of the Berkshire Music made the best of his. opportun),- that a. large ditch now brings Thursday: night of last In suits for *itamngeii of (2 .00() I

""lce teacher training daughter of the' late Thomas P, Tangle\yood Massachusetts. ties. water from the Blending area week for an outstanding musical each by Mrs Stella Pnppas. and i J r .i I
designed to aid teachers pro- and Josephine Wall. She 'was Closing his address with a Aha. and dumps It east of Starke program presented by the Third Tom Kanaien against Cecil ; .

married In 1873 to the late Win. I cusalon of State's Rights versus a several farms. Uaylesa end Sixth Grades of Bradford Whitehead! canes were continued
"Jmmiatratora studentsof Flooding '
own school in Improving'. The A, Bessent'wind; i preceded her in I Faculty members and a six- strong centralized\ Federal Govern- promised that thin matter would Klementary' ScliooLi In observance on motion of the counsel The I' i
systems. will enjoy
death in March 1P42. Mr and the center ment, the Attorney General reminded Immediate attention of National Music Week. suits were an outgrowth of Injuries I
and be given
i in
program directed towardS Starke weeks session of concerts his listeners that the liberties allegedly received In an ac* t
Mrs. moved
Besserit with The first half of the program I
problems known to exist June 30 until August Following the meeting
and he Forums from which we enjoy to the jpl- cldont Involving a truck: owned by ,
local nchJjl coon after their marriage fifth the delegation ivns a coloi fill revue entitled "The '
system and to. Is holding Its chairman Buylesn t '
10. The Center Whitehead i
lest l extent In this country arOIll'orlKlnally I IFollowing 't
Call .
operated a general store on the Governor Cald- Coming of Spring", The b"'uull
planning fur maximum race with received by
In conjunction wan evidence' t '
season from the individuals Inev..ral presented I J
"Ipment. material, and Street at. the railroad. The buildIng Orchestra, directed well and later was taken on a tour Cut; costumes artistic'stage netllnjt .
Boston Symphony the States, later advancing during an action In replevin filed ,y
the Beasents
and .
'I personnel available, burned in the home- by the eminent Serge to the Federal level. For this >if Inspection of the new capitol )j'I :, and well executed dances by L. .... Hoyt against Lloyd Huf- I
moved f.o present seated and In- and comprising this presentation \
Trained Instructors! Mr. Kouaaevltsky.. reason he holds with the doctrine ring They were songs Better, the Jurymen found that "
site east of Starke.: where In the Senate by Sen. reflected great credit on ,j
will In to produced Hoyt was entitled to the r
Bradford-Union Barnes State's Rights as opposed prop.
County until
Bessent engaged In farming lot Charley K. Johns and In the House I the assisting teachers, as well as I t
of Beethoven'sNinth of centralized erty concerned 1941 4doorFord f t
conducting the encroaching powers a
will the
fop have a capable staff his death. Wainwright Jr. the cast "Spring" was Interpret- .
N. I).
I the Mozart Requiem Federal Government. >y Rep ; sedan valued at >IOO.. JHoyt
lie University of Florida :Mrs.: Bessent was a member of Symphony Die audiences with Baylew and rd by Margaret Rose Duncan I j i
major choral his address with had. purchased the vehicle from ?
other ) an ap-
Laura and Closing I I
Leenhouts. Director the Baptist Church and a past Caldwell were arranged by whose graceful dancing was a I
..... peal to business men to "get out'ot low I riufsetter. with. agreement that: :
Weeks works.
lted by Mrs. Grace president of the W. .T. Jen. and Rep. Wainwright ilghllghtr> of the. sketch Oth..rprlnclrelll f
!balance of the was to be I enade
living payment
? of
restricted limIted the routine day -
a 1 to a every
Stevens and Miss Janet'then. Chapter U. D* C. The Center tlso assisted throughout the dayn In the cant. were May ',
Throughout the firm She Is survived by two sons body of students U stated toe and assume greater responHlDilltles things pleasant (3u'en. Jane Rlcharde; and Attendants I from earnings derived from

[Ming Mildred Swearingen. W. A.: Bessent, Jr.. Starke and the only musical organisation of citizenship called for" American the Attor-, vlslto making>r delega-I, Billy Harrington and i use of the possession car. HufsntUr of the car had upun rerlalmed -. I .

lacy Specialist and Mia, L. D. Bassent. Belle Glade; five if Its kind in America. icy General At noon, members of the : John Mack Newnomu., The supporting : failure I .
,everywhere to be, on the alert of completed payment ;
Morrison Itinerant Mum daughters Mian Minnie Bessent. UnAmerldangroups tlon were guests of Sen: Johns at cast and chorus were rloyt's contention of his inability < I I!
,cher Trainer both for the Starke, and Miss Juanita Uessent Local Entries Win ,against" organized the Chicken House a popular members of all Third Grades I '"I
who.seek to take away t.hll I to fulfill term thus In the : a'I
I Apartment of Education, Mrs Fannie Bryant. Mrs. Gene which and eating place on the Quincy high- Favorite Song Irani I manner agreed' waa approved by '
liberties for our present
f'"lit the staff other> con. Oliver and Mrs.' Louise Turner FFA" generations have lived and WIlT In addition to Sen. Johns The second" half of the program Lhe Jury I'r\ { '.
p expected during the open- all of Ft. Lauderdale; one brother Pitching ContestA Rep Wainwright, and members of vas a melodious skit from the In the case of Jack Parker and f "

f YI are Mice L. E. Jones and W. L. Wall. Starke; and two sisters died.Attorney General Watson wan the delegation guests Included ifs of Stephen Foster America's Willie, McCrary arraigned on lot $
". Cumhee from the Col- Mrs. R. Richard,' Jacksonville of crack local FFA rep- W. M. Wainwright If
pair introduced by Rotarian Hans Chairman realest; composer of folk songs.llany Lery' charges, the'.Aeftndants!! entered r
J 1 Education University of and Mr. W, H. Hoffman esentatlves In the age-old sport Walker who had charge of .th. stale auditor; J. Robert of the favorite Foster melo- a plea of guilty and were j'' i

deal-water.. of, horseshoe pitching won the for the CItY: McClure secretary of the Road lea were cleverly woven Into the Fined' 130 and torts jl' iOn

1""lnlepeev 11I..trat.. I irganization's District 3 Championship program Dept.. Sen. Edwin Fraser. and plot which was creditably acted May 2 Robert. Burroughs) r {i : '.

'thing clinic or laboratory VFW Plans Dance at Lake City last Satur- Rites SaturdayFor Sift Tony Maxeda of the, State >y the following cast! StephenCostar pleaded. guilty to the charge of r '

lie a featured<< part of the 29 lay scoring over two of three Highway Patrol James Newsome; Mr.roster. Isrceny of' anf" automobile, fussIng "t ,,,\ I I
"P during the second week For Thurs., May competing teams In the semi-. W. A. DuBoseFuneral Those comprising the delegation Levy Canova Jr.; )Ira. of 'sentence was continued .*' f I

roup, of (oral children on announced this week Inal and finals. from hors were F J. Shaw, "I'ONter. Thelma Barton; Morrison From day to clay and term tot ,, r .I'

7 and Intermediate levels Plans Commander were! M. Drake of Cecil Davis and N. O. Hayes services. ] for Walter A, Levy Norman Lucian Conner router Bobby Wiggins, ; Andrew, term, pending order. of the Court. : J i '

'taUght by the title for the localhapter'pegging Dubose\ 75: a native of Bradford Howard Brown, Floyd Crosby F. Edward: Welgand; Jane, Carolyn I t'"
by staff to be staged e
"wit to membera'. the VFW, for a veterans dance. and their the metal neat. County were held at the grave- f. Flume B.! L. Crawford A. J.Thomaa. Edwards; Susan Betty Bryant; Memorial FIoWWs' : t n1:

!*'* In by overseas set and efficiently for the greater, side in Crosby Lake Cemeterylast Rev. W. E. Hall. Leon and Old Black Joe. Jerry Johns.Phe \ I ,

"maturity teaching level! rather than friends on a date 29.tentatively The event Iy art of two closely contested i Saturday afternoon at 5 o'- Conner. Fred Halnlop R. M. Crosby supporting cant of "d"rkl..." May Be Delivered; Ki' : ;

'* at Thursday. May clock with the Per. J. E. Rawls' J. R. Kelly. Tale Crosby II:. C. members of the
lctusl md chorus were f
lvr' grade placement. will\ boo staffed either at the Arm,' leaU. had officiating.Mr.) Lewis Oscar Crosby Felix 8app. Sixth Grades. Io Overseas Graves : .lij'If' a : .
building. team
phise cT the the former USO The .l .
workshop or
ory Dubouft a retired farmer Paul Faulkner William Crosby .
a ichool) public will be In- qualified\ In the sub-dla- Teachers) assisting In ,this en- Delivery 'of flowers to the < I i I
lunchroom worktonr Tina general 8, In Tampa Raymond Prevail,
dim Thursday. May A c. Conner
'"! held here Saturday W.; event were Mrs. Shepard of World War dead burial .J ..'. l
oyable rraves
nlnl oontrata' ,
.. Mimic will be provided net .' (
whtch'wili be vited. hospital. He had resided In Aubrey Moore. Bob Haislep. O. L. : I
at the orchestra. Mrs. McRae arid Mrs Pel- verimas, may be accomplished on I
same time the Dowdy and his May 3.Four. Lax > lit f I
as Toby since him retirement 23 Clarence) Hutching
that city ,
8ap '
Iff to be um. In charge of costumes'and Memorial Day this year through OIi',P "Irt P :
Tickets '
tluhop. The lunch- of Gainesville. ago. Hft w.. a member of Green and H. H Lewis. '
wkeri will prepare,..lunch placed on sale at various business More Enlistn year tile Baptist Church. nakeup; Mrs. nigg and Mr" ise of the telegraph, cable and airnail ;, ..
nurt the town on Dentftn. In charge of tickets and according! to the announcement :
kr' workshop group houses throughout National GuardLatest Surviving are hU wife Mrs. Sandwich Shop Mrs. Frazier director the American ,- '
In 26. Admission [ rograms> ; this week by ,
addition they will Monday May Fsnnle DUDOM or Tampa; four '
\yep be 11.20; flf dramatics; and Mrs. Ursula fled Cross.Through. '
"alnlng/ in lunchroom price for men will additions. In personnelo daughters. Mrs. L M. Raxmusarn Opening Today I' I \' .
r'!* lames, director of music. the Florist Telegraph ;
enI!. menu food will be admitted free. W. F.. Fisher i
punning/ ladles Second Battalion Head- Eureka. Calif.. Mrs. prefes,1 .
n- and serving The Arrangement are under way to the 124th Infantry Bradenton Mrs. Leland UtrhfieM. Opening.of the hew "C uey Inland Delivery an association of I J '
""'III and his Barters Company.' 10th and Scouts Bond florists the service will be ; : .
Dowdy Sandwich Shop" on Hampton Boy
workshop will be d book the popular the local National Guard 'y in of for provided for the first time this) I "
weeks Church streets, l. announced )
trained lunchroom : orchestra each two announced this week by Hovrell Tampa; Four ions J. I. -
IIor prn\'ld-.j throughout the summer rare TheneW all of today (Friday). The Hampton tiny Scout Troop resr. I $ ,
by the State Starke, Richard O. Kldd. Paul, and Malcolm, Tampa ,
dept of would alternate Captain; Mr and Mrs. George H. Vampfy old' Its regular meeting Wednxii- Persona desiring to tine thl f- ; II
lCducation. Par. 'season. Sponsorship L. Clark. Tasco and WillIAm A. Plant City; seven
U will Junior Women'nClub men. Hutton the proprietors state that the new day night In the troop room. nesns In observing Memorial Day i :"j:; ;" I ,I
receive certificates among the Overstreet and brothers, 8. T., and John, both of J.
Main L. Lee Billy 8. fullcompliance continued on the Seem need only to notify a member of iii 4 r ,
,. the VFW and the American were sworn Tampa, J. C.. Vero Beach, Ray enterprise will he operated In Study was ii ,J rJ .
ICbooi 1 lance B. Thornton with Starke and local! ) Clane requirements! which the association and pay the neee&t,i-; j, f

employees of Br d--I,, U-glon. In an privates. Terry, and Wiles, all of Worthington Fort- I health regulation*. Hamburgers'J tout of the boy are! working on. try charges. Notification should I. li' .. f'' J"
,1IIe Union and Lacy, of
10 ounue. i' The unit la currently in busy Springs E. hot dogs, soft drinks and hom- '|Tans were made for the Charu.rprt'llentatlon M made at once however, to In. f: :, '' I
four .18' Mrs.
V1 Jl&ruclpata in toe work- Farm Bureau NoticeA preparation. forth Inspection: tobe White; and, and Mrs I'8.Carl made lee cream, will be featunI.1 I and the official Inuetlon lure delivery by May 30. .s )t. \
"ajr" ruldenta'al both meeting of the made May 20 by top-rankingevsnth W.toe, ,both of Jacksonville. FOI-I! The.Vampfys, resident here for of the boys as Scouts. A I Members' of the delivery service lr" 1/1/ i'l, '
: enroll mid-month officers. A gen- be !located
on approval Armf the were formerly In'tart was also made on painting learest to Starfce may .

_' !?UntT sIq r1ntendent. Bradford Farm Bureau ls(announced Friday. ral inspection: will be made of Florence Mrs.: 'Stephens Mary Knight of Fort of WorthIngton -, the past restaurant year business In .Cleve-l and redecorating the troop room.I i >y contacting leading florists of I', 1." U
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dil"Ctor. of for p. m. tonight and train- m4 ,I .
fop Of the University and dean ef at the Brooker school house. Au cords, administration Springs. land. Onto. !| Eugene Meade, Scribe. 3alnesvina and Jacksonville. .!.r-ri.(, I .
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,member are urged to attend. i i nlks; \tee. ,,7 .
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e . . eState guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. were, Mrs D. G. Kelly, the brlde'i Mr. and Mrs. Colley Nipper and dren, Mr. and Mr. ,, e

The Brannen Monday. Miss Pauline mother Mra. Eunice Box of Jacksonville baby, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crosbyand and children MIa'PI

41s"b Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED Farm Brannen returned to Brooker with and Mra. Edith Carrolof children, Mrs Evelyn Crosby, Mary Alyc-, ana Ruwll,
her relatives and was their over-
Uy Mm. Bryan Whltltold Jacksonville./ Miss Betty Dyal Miss Dorothy jI-nd Miss Ramona Robet

r 1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNKftEDITONKvrry : . . a night guest. Following the wedding a reception Prescott Ruby Newsome, Mr. and Butler. a
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sewell and Mra. Wlllln Dyal, Mr. and Mra.
Mrs. J. W. WlUlama and sons, was held at the home of: Mr.
l'ubllJlhfMI Friday and Entered an Second Kenneth left baby daughter, Sue, were visitorsof ,The Alton Dobbs and daughter, Eloise and Mrs Willies
Pat and Thursdayfor the bridegroom's parents !
' i Mr, and Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and children and children were
+ Clare Matter at the Pout Office! at Stark. Flar .. Montgomery. Alabama, where living room waa beautifully dec- iUtItI
and of Mrs. A. M. Rlcharde brief Mrs. Alice 1 Oliver, Mrs brother-in-law and sister
they plan to visit relatives for orated with spring flowers, and
ly Friday evening when en routeto Hiram Prescott, Joyce Ward, Mrs. Mrs. Lee Bralller In Lakt
MEMBER'Suhxcrlptlim 1947 about ten days and, during their the dining table was centered bya I
r their home in Jacksonville Inez Kelly, Mr. and Mrs U O. Sunday. Thsy Were tccam
stay, to attend the wedding of two-tiered wedding cake.
from Lake Butler. McVay, Sr., Mr and Mrs. L.. C. home by their niece j
Mrs. Williams' brother.
VI Annually ('1.10 For Six Month Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen The following guests were invited McVay. Jr., Mra. Shl Smith and who will spend this w'eekhl
Mr. and Mr. D. H. Beaaley and to attend this lovely affair Mr. and Mrs
W. T.
and Miss Pauline Brannen visited family. Mr. and Mra. Crosby,
their daughter, Ruth of Lake with Mr. and :Mrs. Brown: Mr
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Gainey in and family Mr. and Mrs. L. S. A large number of
WALLACE GIVES FALSE IMPRESSION OF DISUNITY Butler were supper guests of Mr and Mrs. C. M. McKinney Mr. proP
R. M. Crosby, Mr. our
Plant last weekend. Galloway community
henry Wallace tour of Europe which consisted of a and Mrs, R. V. Brannen Sunday. City and Mrs. Gilbert Brown and children and chil services attended<
Mothers' Day visitors of Mr and Mrs. O. E. Crosby at Heilbronn
q series of addresses highly critical of United States foreign Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.J. and Mrs J. C. Randall were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. 'Hals- SuitV

a policy may have convinced some unknowing: Europeans that O. Caldwell were Misses Ida and Mrs. J. C. Randall, Jr., and lop Mr. and Mra. Fred Haislop
r H serious rift exists in this country over just what our attitude Luffman and Maude Wilder, of family of Jacksonville and daughter Mrs. Eunice Wilson
Ocala. Mr. arid Mis. J. IS. Brown,
toward the international problems of today should Lt. Com. and Mrs. Oscar Beavers -

b '. But that rift it not discernable to any great extent Bill Rivers, of Graham spent and son, Jerry, of Velano Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kite, Mrs.Box 4 J
Eunice S
ii, here. Judging by the various public opinion polls as well as the greater part of the past week Beach, were guests of Mr. and Mary E. Wynn, Mrs Jacksonville
and daughter, Joan '
fib with Mr. and Mrs. P. 3. Crews. Mrs W. N. North Sunday.Sunnybrook. MMHW"
I by the attitude of the American press, Mr. Wallace Is the Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Odom

1 lender> of a small though highly vocal group, and the Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley had . '. . and children, Mrs. O. M. Phillips.Mr. ,
" .i amount of attention he is given is largely the result of his an their Mothers' Day' visitors, and Mrs. Claude Prevatt and SIPCC1/U: /
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Oelger and
once having held high positions in our government. children. Mrs. W. H. Smith, Joan
Bradley Geiger of Jacksonville,
The truth is that the country has rarely been so united and Mrs, Modell Treadwell George Smith, Mr. and Mrs Jack Goodge, FRIDAY SATURDAY MAY 16 & 17SAPP'S
''r in time of it is There is By Mra. O. E. Crosby
on foreign policy peace as now. Treadwell and Mr. and Mrs. Roy

q + m;Ling resembling the great debates which followed World Beaaley, of Mount Dora. . 1 . STARLING!

Wcr I, when Woodrow Wilson made his dramatic nationwide Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wells and BROWN-KELLY CAKE

] tour in favor of American entry into the League ofNr.tionrt daughter. Mary of Jacksonville,I The marriage of Miss Mamie &

and went down to defeat. The Senate vote on were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kelly only daughter of Mr. and

t President Truman's $400,000,000 measure to assist Greece Wallace Sunday. I Mrs. D. O. Kelly of Starke, and STORE E. GROCERY

and Turkey to resist Communism showed how the wind Mrs C. D. Sellers and daughter Howard Brown son of Mr. and

y Mows. It was approved by 35 Republicans and 32 Dem Patricia Willard, spent Sunday Mra. Lem Brown o f this community 600 E. 10th St. Last Store E, Call 9
ocrats. It was opposed by only 16 Republicans and 7 Dem with Mr. and Mrs Junlua was solemnized on Monday i
fir '11' Outlaw, In Waldo. May 12, by Judge O'Qulnn in
.; ocrats. It passed by a margin of almost three-to-one. That BAKED SPECIALFor
Jlnunla Bradley of the Naval Folkston, Ga. JANE GOOD
could not have Important and controversiala
happened on so so
Reserve IH on a two week cruiseto For her wedding Miss Kelly Weddings, Birthdays, Good Supply
unless had )] and
measure we' a really strong bi-partisan the Bermuda Islands. chose a white dress with which etc.

foreign policy Senator Vandenberg characterized this policy Mrs C. D. Sellers and Mrs P. she wore white accessories and a PEANUT

it when, 'speaking on behalf of the measure, he said that if S. Crews made a combined business -0 corsage of white carnations. LAPPE BAKERY
p w t r Congress failed to act "aggression gets the green light and And pleasure trip to Gainesville I Those attending the wedding Washing Pow

a the rest of ,the world, including America gets the red light Friday. BUTTER160z.Jar23c

q ,t The measure gives the President very sweeping authority Mrs Bard Cale and daughter! ,

; over the way the money Is to be spent. Just before the Sharon, of Palatka, returned to Let Us Repaint and Repair This Weekend

"' ; 'f'.enate: vote, one Senator sought to strike out a provision their home Friday after visitingMr. .

Mithorizinpr:(' the President to send military missions to and Mrs. J. W. Woodward 8 E jl Your Old Bicycle
Greece and Turkey to instruct their armies in the use of Wednesday. Mrs. Woodwardand : .. BROADCAST
Richard Woodward visited
1 military equipment we may furnish them. This was beaten Mr. and Mrs. Gale at their St. We'll Make It Like New
6S-22-which certainly indicates that the great majority of NO. 2 CAN
Augustine Beach home from Mon- Corned d Beef f
Senators are convinced that we must go all the way on lay until Wednesday of this week. ALSO Small White

pursuing our policy. Mr. and Mrs C. J. Williams, of NEW & USED BICYCLESFOR

t F Tho deepest significance of the measure ]lies in the fact Griffin, Qa, and Mr. and Mrs. SALE LIMA BEANS HASH23c

that it has established a new precedent., It has been made T. O. Williams, of Donaldsonvllle, ,

; $_ completely. clear, that we intend to extend this policy to Ga, spent several days during the .
other countries if and when they find themselves in danger past week with Mr. and Mrs. W.H. 1 BIGGS & BAKER 3 Cans 29c

of Soviet domination. In short the Williams. Together with their .. Each I
proponents of the policy hosts these Florida 105 W. CALL ST. STARKE. FLA. r -- ]
h believe, to quote the Portland Oregonian, that "the time for visitors enjoyed -
Fresh Dressed
outings to Green Cove
frank and determined to Communist
t4 ? opposition aggression Springs, St. Augustine and its Ih.eW.w.1
a whenever it overflows] the borders of the USSR has arrived.If beach. Great Northern

the" Russians will not have one world, then there will be Mrs J. A. Cole II., and son, From where I sit.. bP Joe Marsh I FRYERS)
:Jimmie Cole, III., of Long Island J
Russian reaction to all this has been of the standard- N. V., and Mrs. Joseph P. ice- I : BEANS31bs.44c

s rand variety. The best known Soviet publicist? Ilya Ehren- Olbala and son, Jerry, of Wash. ( : Pound 55c

i :ul'g' described aa a staunch enemy of Fascism. What Ington, D. C, arrived Saturday to Industry.Looks at

w 'fused t ''send ''fQodto: Yugoslavia, a count. which. Ehren- visit Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Holmes. ..

burc>, dccrtt( >e R. Parker were' M. and Mrs" ,
Ehrenburg: Sdld-not'point out was that we were sending food _I '1._
Val Taylor of Detroit.
to Yugo' lavia.* nd were planning to increase,our aid when Michigan .
and Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Dietrich ORANGEJUICE
i Marshall Tito's 0 fighter planes shot down American transports and daughters Noretta and Car. Maybe) you read how a group of Aa Doc Walters says,that coat of CHUCK
industrialexperts hay decided that life Just naturally seta you up for
,} which had been blown off course. The Yugoslaviangwernment'a
otta, and Mr and Mrs. C. C.
i the mall town .U the place for la"HIr the next day...whether.
apologies were in the extreme. Clover etUe and children, all of
And Yugoslavia] is a key state in the Russian sphere of in Tampa, When Mr. and Mrs. Taylor du.try-not big cities.Reasons they In office, mill or Held. And Doc ROAST
should know. He works fourteen
fluence left for Tampa with relativesof give are better housing pleaaanter>>

One telling argument against the form of the Greek that city Sunday afternoon Mr.and living, and more opportunity for hours but never misses. his morning -
"constitutional" his. 3 for
wholesome recreation.Well or evening Pound 39c
Mrs. Parker and daughters,
i aid measuhe is that it short-circuits the United Nations glaaa of beer with friends.
f Organization, and thus makes it appear as if the UNO is Clarissa and Andrea, accompaniedthem looking around our town '
aa far as Silver Springs I'd lay that wag about right Moat From where I sit, any industrycould
a failure. Some observers are becoming convinced that the ...
where they spent several hours, of UB own our homes,and keep them profit from being in a town
+ be that. It is
r UNO may exactly serving a purpose as a Mrs. H. 1.. Fowler, Seeber Troy where wholesome
each other'a living We wish
fact-finding and debating group. But it has little real looking nice; we enjoy tempercompany to thank our many friends an
Fowler and Misses Hattie and and
: and our recreations are ante friendship are the rule.
I''. power, save that of persuasion-and persuasion doesn't do Nettle Mae Fowler, of Lake Butler mostly simple outdoor sports, and customers for their wonderful patrona;

much good these days. were supper guests of Mr. and in.the evening a mellow glass of 1'7.1/ at both our stores.
A peace treaty for Germany which is vital to postwar Mrs. M. E Grlner Sunday.Mr. beer with pleasant \-AA A

c ," reorganization, seems farther away than ever. The states- and Mrs. Cecil McRae and OI./W -Joe S. & Volley Starlin

men haven't even been able to write one for little Austria. hlltlren! of McIntosh spent Moths company.Copyright,1947 .

There is no way we can meet the Russian demands without ers' Day with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. ,United States Brewer Foundation j

r retreating from fundamental principles' and Secretary Bouvier.
Marshall has shown no inclination.whatsoever to do that.v o Miss Eva Fay Gainey of Paho-
kee, and her mother Mra. H. P.

Gainey, of Drooker were supper



Deserves the Best 1

eta Mt r

IIh REPAIRTrustworthy ae A p, refreshment

.> / Service

Harley F. StrongCAMP

I FOOD PRICKS. We've got them atarted down and It looks like BRANDING JEWELER
..r q we'll keep them that way. Food manufacturers, processors and SINCE ,1M1 ... ,
I F I packera have sent us telegrams of congratulations. Many of ',..,---
Y' them will reduce wholesale prlcea aa much aa possible. Things 137 West till St. .
begin to look bright and to keep the ball rolling we're giving O C ,.,.. ,
1Y \ :you plenty of additional price reduction this week. Ask at store ".. "',I.oJ" '. ,1J., :.r .r .
a for special 4-pago color! price lUt showing dozen. of item. that 'J '''.;1 :. .

we've reduced new,,lower regular everyday shelf prices.r .. :'. ,
i 6Ir ,,' .

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The Life of Your

Clothes Dependson
4 Keep watching our store windows:: and reading our price lists and
; advertisements for more news about our campaign. must fight The Care They __: ; ;
L, the high coat of living and you can help by being price con. ReceiveAll _
{ scious. Make sure that you pay no more than the prices advertised
In our price Hats. Its your war aa well aa ours and between
% .' u. we can lick high prlcea. Let'a dig In! Garments Carefully ,
'I Hand Finished ,

Ask At Store For New 4-Page Price .





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S. T. R.Ael't'tl' Owner Jt ('oats" 1:01: (IRe1'tT COI..I.... IIR"O"OR"
11erlptlon 1'ol FI. RIi" III ".."'10. ,
VTY ( %
aTIcED elWrlpUon S. T. U. Acres Owner 4/; Costs And, ('TORY.Oeorae .
Amt. Ta,.. U. Wood Plalnillf, Y.. '
Lot 5 "f 71lk 24. North N I. \Voud. O..lendanc....
following described lands will be ("m ftt II'V ('01' ot Lot IT Reno Sub-D47 In IIW y4 No 6696.ORhER
that the & rum N 175 It N 100 tt of NEoC P7214 4 w'4of 011' II11I.10A'I'1N
here b YUan the day of May ( the for a pt ot hPIf th.nrn 571" of 8EIIo. It 8 23 Charley Slylea t 89AFJ'4 AND :-IOTlr',: 'I'U Af'I'I'JAR I I
aU OR Flor amount run N 1111 tt Is' 126 ft of 8t':1/0: of 8Ti4: at 8 13 10 Pauline \larc'' 11.8 STATE Oil' FIA'RI DA lot: Iron. 1.
the due for
public state of da,to pay N 1 Inft< 'V 126 ft to pt Lot 19 oC Blk I GahaganSubPly Wood whose r..hl"I1" I": HO' 17111

ot Brad Uord. together with all costs of suchldvertlaing hog ,7T. I-Iorr..n ..Unf at 8 It. :Mettle Uunt 2.07Lot Street Nan Diego, Callfornta, I
same wO :
opposite to the 1410 ft "f tho S 179 ft : 11 of R11k a O"hos"n You i ere required:; to IPII.ar; on t

eh set Lot 11 .Aaron Jenkhts 3.U lIub-Dlv 2t 8 U Samson White 2.01 June a. 1941. In the shove named
Coin .t SFI: ('or nr Lot 1'1f Nt4 of SW'4 of NE34 Ex Court and cause. wherein plntnlff I
& run N 274 ft fora W 50 ft 22 8 II 20 lIanl..1 1..II..rlllnn. 1.07 seeks.. divorce. Find ford .Cotlnty t

R. Amt. Taxrek. hcg thence rtin tJ Corn ftt 8'V Col' of NWII, Telegraph. shall publish this Order. '

S. T. Acres Owner 4/; Cost 110 tt N102 ft M 240 nf SW'4' ill run F7 4.0 h I in nest fOil weekly' I...".... I
\ It fI 103< It to plot b..OC' Cells nllnl'Rn 2.11 for pt 01 beg I h..nce run Wltne. .ny hand and offl.lsl, I \
Corn s of Itlk 19 N Villi fl FJ 60 U H seal .t Stsrke F9orldn, thl. April
.1 S\\l S or Eu 8 19' 16 Unknown 1.17 & :. : 1.rf for a Ptof ton ft 'w 60 tt 10 PI .t U. 1911.OFIeICIAi..

120 American Tung Groves hog thence run ,VN" beg U 8 IS henry Bryant 480 ( joIl A I.) A. J. Thorns.
I nor NEW' I: Eli of.8 6 19 Inc. 2G.20 tt N102ftE90ft One lot In NWI4 01 9W14Its AN Clerk 5151,1 Court .

oftEN S 1113 It to Pt nt hog nllnpftn It McClenlon S.U tle."I'lb"d I n Deed Carlton: : Drown, law;" 1xrhangnAlldg. I
I: Sss Otislmt105ftN&Mby! Book 6o, page 11 II 8 13 Jock Wltiiams a.6 .. ,lackannvllly k'lurlda

t'r.'I.r." II 2914 I 20 160 Huel W. nauler.on 28.48 210ft1 k Win NW' One lot InI'V'4- 01 RW14 AllY.. for 1'1'. 6.a 4t &.,J
('or of RIk 21 He .I..rlh..d In Deed -
ol&W. l'I'V'4' ofeEal J T... Harrell 8.45 nook 6n. Page 21 U 8 IS Irene Mitchell 6,01Wld
of Dlk 31 lx IAI A In S'V 1:01: CIIICVIT 4'DI'R'r. anlna'OnllC0RyrY ,
: \ SEA, 1 8 10 109 I. I.. Moody 2,40yEl ('01' 1. T.. ITrr-17 ".111 of 8WA4 or NW\4\ ofSI' 1.19 FLORIDA I'll .UI\j. .
01 Lot n .1V.. nnrb..1'I"/ 14 I 23 6 II S C. )f. JolI..on I
adNE44 of
1 8 20 10 Cheater Moody u.nol84 Lots 1111 & O-A Hnknnwn "..01Nss 'V 1,4 of NW\'l 0' NE(4 Dorothy K. Quinn. Plaintiff I v..
ot lot 57 Barber 5.U k all W14 nf Io1WI ofNE' Herbert U. Quinn, lot.n..nt... Case
J. W.
of BE4! :3 8 10 18 I. L. MerrItt .87 One loOt In NW Car of Lot N ot R. IIr all 13", No, 511114.
n" descrlhed n. tollow.. of SF*'\ "f NW"% N It'nl ORDER OPO T'fTnT.IITJON

i NEST: S of HordU S 20 15 t. L. Merrllt 1,72Ng Corn ftl NI' ('nr of Lot 1ot 1ft Nlio oC 81111\ otNE'4 II "known 2.99:! AND 1II0TI"M" '1'nl1'1'I<1oFI8TA'I'1O
14 n II
I1'lk 13 & rum 11 100ft UI" FLORIDA tOI Herbert
of NE14 W12 110\ 25 Fonnle Crew. 9.81vvHA B 300 tI W 100 tt N NW". of SE44, 28 6 23 4/1/ F. 1". Flume 1\.01 M. Q'n' who.e residence I. on.known. -

200<1 ft 10 pt nf hrll' '.n WI4 of NE'4 CJf I'IW'4 atNEi .
,;::: N'4;, of13 6 10 60 W. P. Luenby 1,10NEV B 79 tt of N 178 fl ot Lot unknown n 6 U 8 A. n. Moore 1.81W'4 r, 4f.'Walr' tboap"m
6 Ott'. Puh-Div E Law- uf N\I\:S4 oC fiE'% ofNE JuJeouJ.a :

ol \, & gA In try Sec., 21, 14. 22 26 9 23 Toe Klnlf 2.U (. n 8:2 S "nknown 69,67V Cu..rt end valise. ... .. I
ol JSE'4 olU 8 10 42 W. B. Laa..nby 1.48 W 00< It nf N 110 It nf \ 90 Tt "f 'N 1M 1ot .....k. .nnulhll..nt. Hr.olror.r County
Lot A Olt'. : of 2371% Tel"orr"ph shall p..bll..h till" Order
Puh-TIIV' !it.trlw: 0128 109E
)'E'4' & Eli of15 6 ao 120 F.mplre Lumber Co. !!I.OB l.nwt.y: Secs. 20, 24. 2FJ38 I 22 't..xan"I'Tllr""r; Uti8WI. % 40 ft 6 U r.1I1I'.lIe hunter In nest lUll weekly I""ell.
J. Alderman 6.08 ( of NN" & ",1.:11 175 rt uf N 105 It nfI no, hand ant Official "eat
6 10 40 T. ofM1111 RtW
U :
I of NW" of :
\ e 80 ao L. H. Green 3.20 or NW' & E 4 14 % 8E14: 6701Cunt trlorldn, Ihls April 48. ,
: tG of NF4 28 8 U O. Jr. Litho
,gy v'4 1941.
of A or 8W'of Mls'S
Town ofn 1.44iurr oft al NE: ("or of \V'4 ofNtt 10I"FICIAI. 811M) A. J. Thorns... I
I. 24 6 20 Ernest Mabrey :-IW 33 t 0 1\1. Wl11lnm.. 4 INF4 \
IIf '& W
of 23 10 NFct4 1'1111 Aa Clerk ot .al.t Court
NEti, n' N't, 2f 9 : 2.34
C "u"t..1'
11. (w 71tt for of hug t
; a, 9. 10. 10 HO It of 81 IV!: 01 SW'.l a 1'1 ('lIftll. H. lie... 10..06 Realty Dlde.. '
'theuoe W 60 rt H
& a. of NW 2n 8 23 228SFo Pun Jnok.onvlllaFlorida
I .
Blk n..rry
Lnt, TN. / 9n ft N 106ft
loll' ft
... 11 It .. !...!,:. %i. .!of. N \''Lnf "-j.! 2n 5 22 to .70hn'' Alien 3.18 to /of beg 38 8 U 'W'. A. Cook 1." "IIY. for 1'11. 1.1 4t 1-3 1
29 or or '
;;151kIM All -11"4 NWV N'y
&Lott0ot W" of1FcI4 IoII*'", or 97214 of 90'1'112 IOM 'PPIdOAT10VFIIII
P I 01 old Road 13 Fox ttaall
I II 01 N3':24:: 20 nnknnwn 113 tt & N'V'4' of MI14!' Es W 08 rt &" lox .' 1128 1 TR 1)113311 2
Toes ;
6 FJ RII tt 28 8 It 3 "kn'n P ...._ Illn N.. IM3NOTWII :
8 20 10 Tung Groves of NW'1 1HI.n.1: 21.4 U ft whl.) .
28 Imerlcan Onn Int shout 1 HI IIhJltEI1Y GIVEN:
,'11'4' un A In lOW ('or It Nl;% ofME'.1 I
tt N Ilk .
F1 IV 7 v by 171 that I. N. I. the holder of the
American Tung Grove. 01 NWI4: Ex N>I 746 .
8 20 80 111.1 'V"I. .
. 2\1\ S boa ndol hy rollnwl" remtflcatea has filed ell hi
>ytt" In... U.34 ftV nt Ron.1 36 5 23:! Ur: T. R.ddlsh 6.U l',' Mt nn I1. tI by land certlflcates tor.. tax. deed tn b"
20 American Tun& Gl'ov" All SE% nf HWt4 of NVIE /, .t MA .hlll\ on the West ,. .. Issued thereon The ocrtltlCatxtnonhers .

SO 8 20 Ino. 4.15 of H.I, & 8'ia of Ml*', hy HII.'ox It Lewis nIl ,,, and. y....... of I..n". the

"I 11 N4 ,1 I.ot. of JI W 1 \rEt Hy 28 5 32 U Ahnpr.arbrn"lI'h. ,2.40All II,. N hv: nlk 15. I. T. jR 8.08 oI..rllltlo". lit the pro".rlY and Ibenalnen t

\I\ gt of MW'4 II: Co'a Add 2'1' 8 U l'nkno" In which' It w... .........tI ore f.
1 gs II';, J.ot"31 8 20 RID/ Tung Orove.. 10 of Rv 36 5 23 13 loin 7.ilfte 118 -- folluw,2Certifleat
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Imerlcan, Iff.OO 8r of 81714 ot I'IW"I' IIr O.I1fa u. 'A'll\YY' OJ" .. .' ",It. .] :I" fII: :& Nn, I T.ar..f IMo

NW'4 ofS" M WI,20Et, 20fA '/\Mrs.Mtuckey Lot I 01 1I\k\ I 8& land I Itof 1/" .'".n".. 31or1) all 11111. ,
A ,
SEll to 1\ n. Alt
of Lot tn 101. 1.1 hv Il h.. 1 pl Starke for '
01 NE'4 NV"A 3811 American Tung Grove.n1 26 8 U 81 TDla Little 211 1.01. ft, II, .I 'J\lk 13 1.nnl.. 1'\h..fkln' 5.ft' the 1941 CIIy of tllarke Tase. C

1 Ny14! 01 W',4' 82 0 20 Inc. 1001 N 4 A of 87114 nt 5W34or Lots 1. 1 of lJlk 18 1':1tIV : nenrlpl/1n/ of Property. Cbn;: \. At ,
Sw'y & sa 8 20 40 Earl Green 2.69 HW1 26 II 23 4 ?fr.. Bertha !Starkey, 184NW14 III It 'nrl Jlltrh R'V turnrr of Mad/son &1 RevStreet ,

9W.% & of IOW'4 or 9E'4:: AP 10 tt 01 I-t. 1 of II\k and run H ne rt fora pnl"t t
11 .. 01.81 '
\V \ or' 8 33 8 10 80 Alfred Thomas 3.0 196 ft of SWy4 of 21 J. Fred flay of IIp.llInlnlt'. 9'henco 1',11'V, 10' r., .

of lI\ni of Io1WI4 of $7114 26 5 23 U "nl"lown 6.11 Elk U n. "t..nll.,1 on Ku.: M I1. 10 1,10 ft, N 631ft. tn
rUon Of SVt ofr "'W'% of N"4 rof inV 27 G 23 ,10 Ror 4 W Lot GR In Wnndlnn 29 0 23 10 Floyd 'ale ..91Tnto !! & Nx Jo1 $0 rt }lr.., "hdnllI..II'Antnllx. ''L'own.hip 8 MnutIi Itange 12 E.et>:. .

. i :New Rlvel't la"- II 12..t'oi2. 23, Com .t N'V t'ur or J"lIe In II.t l'ltl' .t HI"rk.. FloNdu.Nuni. .
that portion 20. ; ;. Lot ::10 III run H In rt for apt In which osseasedl _.. '
k of Peo 5 EJ ofu"lls / 1 20 .. 2.91 U III Wo..dlnwn 30 5 23 UI. 1\f. Norman 8.158'1'n of IWIf Ihnre cnn ", All "f nnld, property, 1..ln.. In Ih.Cntuty I
Ilad 6 T 10 80 American Tune Grover M Lot 0 A all I..t 243t lime S 62 ft F: lit II y .t or Hrndfard" Site of 'I..r.
18.04RI' 5 22 1IT Moor, 8.70Lot ,
. Inc. Wondlnwn I U 1lovd N OftW2Ialtlol'l 7 101.1.
of 2 American Tung 011 111111. 4'I. RI I" 'ondln"n 31 5 23 20 George loTo..I"I' .2 01 beg nt.ltlt,1 T. JOIIO. 4.11 Unler. enrh .nrllrl"R'' or c.rtlfleaIes -

: Corner 8" 20/ Inc.dW'4 34.11 lots GI: nlw! & W14 of Lot Com at tlW P"r of ::11..11-. t al. ,,, ll ho .I..n.,1, accord lnl(' :
"f IW"I 8 7, IO! 11' rune 011 Mill. Ito In. / lawn 71 t 6 U H 7"01T. nlltpIJ..r 3018 Con IIr JI"y Pts I1r run R 10 law' the properly d..rll..t In r
\ d SWI American 4.111 Lot. 26. 21. In Wondlnwn 33 n 2' on ,V", Crawford .8aW'4 270 ft for l heIhelire "..ph .rllff..t.. "I' rrrllflr1l.. w Ill
W e .f N'V'. nf NI.14 33 5 23 20 Pinkie .Iohn"on 3.7' run \\J'tIO"rf el b. ...1.1 II the hl.-.I. kidder at IhaC

'rarl Ilk 5'Ex 8 1 20 Hattie Melvin 1.11 Com ft' 'W Car ot NWI'o 52'k ft 105 ft N G21io2. 159 "'II.t house dour. .n t Ito first' ,-
War.1 13*' of NWI'o & run N 330 It it to tEn hcg 8 U Della W. lloritos. day lo umnlt, of June uin
of .
Lol Z3 & ot. for n nt of het thenra Lot I ot I1Ik 2 lOt J. n. the 2nd: day: of .lun:...lmt.whh.1t

Cl24: 01 131k 8, 8 7, 20 C. C!. Melvin\ 8.1f rllll F1 1RO It N 4i1l! rt W Jrn." A.\dlliun\ I" Town 10.2t 11,1.,1. Ihl, aMh day or April l I
7(0< tt M UO tl tn pI nl Strke 2' 8 U Jack Frlrdlrr 1347.It10'FICTA4.

t 1, I, of R1k 20 8 7, 20 I.: W Tho(nu 5.80 beg Es Road 35! 5 22 I tI/lrty ITanlllt"n 414I n. lln' of 'CE'4 lit \oI'1H I" 1\ :22Lot. 8FIA1}? rtA'of Thnms.,
City l ::01 A In NE ('or of SW1'of I.II1G'I'O5.'lii1. RY A 1'0'" 59 3./1'/ ('lerk of I'Irnnit; ; Dradfard '

4 01 3\V'4 N ofu 1 20 20 L. Z. William. 2.16 I NW'4' & !N'4" of: t-Il:%' u 1. 4. of llIle 8 eI'do lI"nk..on County. hoard", (SEA I.)

NE'-- of SIP4 otn N\e'/ 15 0:0: 6 fRmle Davis, 1 .0 1.011I 8. 1"r\ HII'_ II & LoON .........l. i .. f 31 5.23 1
of NE44 of 18 7, 20 3 I. Z. WIIIIlLn 8.58 All N 2.4 NW"4 ,.f 3. I ot Ilk 10 ltoen- LhRlteLM 1.04! -

Road of !' & r"ftl".tfNn nr35 I t2 1 Toll\ r.II'II" 1.31NW'4 Tent I of IiIk II .1 1 W. IInhlnHon 13.R4 I" 'r11R alll'VTY'' JI'Ilbrl'9 ('Ovll'rDI' "
8wII 540 It Ii
NW'44;' 4 3 of "Ik Wlllluma 5.94 III 1 tle'Ollll I ol\'r": 91.4)18-
homer J.
SE': 01 Wof
0enrh 0' NW'4 lying .- Lot I 01 Irlie 17 IUA.
A "II NE' llY F.x Cemetery finNx Lot I A N U It 01 Lot 8.2. IN PROltA'I'1'1'
'4 E of Branch & Ronda Of35 6 22 1:1.: T.. l1arr..11 192 4 of ntk 53 J Immu TtuAhe. In lien EMTATN Ult' JOMEPII M.

of $81/4!/1x 11 Ary Doe A In NW ('or Lot 2 & E 3 It 01 Lot 3of loin Lht1n IS U ALVAltLY:.. .1"{

r k In 7, ao 120 H. F. Stokes. 8.14 M1V, nf NW% 35 Ita.W t Wnlar'l & Crawford l.aJ.'J. Elk 36 1AUlra. Whllmnre ..90Wt4 Ilentl/l.ell. I
m"8 as American Tuna 011 1IfIIl.. of $Wt4 & SE44 of Lots I. 3 of. Alk 43 Emma: III1.he. 1.10 TO WIIOM I'r M.T ('(INF.RI'tIT.k.

SW'4 Ex 1 A N IT 1 ao 1M. 11.14 .W,*4f i : H 13/1/ 'y.lsnn T. Ire 16 80The of Rlk 11 .. notice lh..t J have flled. .n"

Alii... 10 A 11 ;merlcan Tong 011 Mills. 1.84 NFJ'4 1/1/ Pearl Robinson. AOtof ..n..ro". 'rlll'I.Y A ("0'. 111)1 'r.o" 1'11 lI'r"'K"l 3sl fI 2:1: p..llIl..n. fur F'Innl l'I.'har., amlmy
W18 1 10 N'4 nr that portion Final I '' a.' ICse'utp of
NF'4 of "'WI" tint N IZ'oi It of 1.ot I &. Lot the Last Will I' snd T..tsment .pf .

411'W1. & NW.3 T ao ao e. e. Deese 4.68 liesV nr fond U & 3 It 814 of I.ot 1 ot W. T. Weeks. 884Blk .ro.eph M.. Alvarea. d.."..,.... 9n, '

of 8F. P*: 483 It of N14 nf NWV'o 1 2 Unknown 4.41 that oa the 41114yRI, ""4>e. 1. I' .
W elk 12
Chn nt
nrlf". / Lot II 1017 at 10 lack, 1 will
of 8... 25 &' run of RWl4 3 6 22 23 lIhrtll" LSAT Lilt 11 IIr 1 01 Lot, 13 ( 8.401 apply' to the Al...: d.WP.rrylnam,. # I Ii
sins S 20 ("h n" 70a All NVr( of 8'Ao or NE/4 F1 k 171.3 I} Unknown ., .... f (bully Judge or Rradfrd ( f Ij
820 Clln. tit 11.21 or nd 13 & nil 1414 nf 112 A A 9 ft n' 1L1M17 'ounl"'J ''I'
1.0)5,7 nr..n' \Florida for apprn..1 n' c
20 80 L. Jf. Waters of "; Flnyd
25 ,7 1'1114: .f NEy. .1 Ry'lIT 05'L.1 nl IUk 14
AA 4
.t a A ? Nelson T. Or..n Lot Jim Wan.. 1.11 Final Hepurt and lor 'I' float ctl"-
SW" 01 & It' n. R. Rosier 2.1n 911 ,72'4 F1 nf UV 2(1< Ellaob.'h' A. Edward., !I.10 Lot 5 01 Jllk 21 :)lfr". Kate 0. An".ew. 3.09 oh.r" of such 148eeuter.Thl '
40 U
5 .
I RE' 01 NWY 1 8.24 of NW": 1..1. A. 4 of Hlk 28
Rranner JWnfW"'t ; 10110 day n' April .
SE'Lo! NE!:!.! '11 S It"420 11 X40:! W.W'' 'T.'. ral'lnen'' r 8.01 E of NF V ofSW' Lot. :i1.30"' II, 10<1, 12. 13. 1p,. l1alh 1,1T.t. / ." I1ITRNB. I
f NW% 12" ..92r ( & 8y of NWI0f !< 854NWV of .
Morgan "k"n"'n Executor aforeeeW. .
Jane P5
( of NWy U I 11" 1. Mattie SFJ", If 4 22! 2 13. It CJt1Jlk
r AW(4 '( 4 21 414/ Melvin, "rlfr, 110 I. 12. F.arl O.nrlf" 4824 ..2 4t I-U
lollIt; WJW ofdNWK .eI NF4 .. ... 11 111EI ao a.09 '
RA/ .I"on Edna Thomas
alllO 'nm All Nil P. nf Rv 1/1 A 5 II'Wss LoU I. I 0' 'J\lk n I
. Corner of NW\4'\ (, "t SW' .f NE-4 11 8 21 2) "nknown 009Nt Lot 1 01 nile it' y,1t A III a IY 'JlIt'I'.T {OI'DI'. .n.OJl'ON".

run FJ doyo of IIW''o of NE'44 tt I n 21) NAeno A. O. Rngers T Green 11 nF'4 / ft & l.nt .hot When Rlke. I,...,-' 1'OUN'ry. "'Lon'1 AY IR1Y.

tI link.I N 40 :/N-r.vJ.Y'f: : : n : 23 : Cetnernn 900," COn. Inn H A 11. N. J. .Ionu Addltlon T. Clule 4094 1:1&\ Y.Ago"tin .
13 'W' .
': 10 Chn" W 8'beIe. 9Wt4 In Chelcy, F" ..snlle.. I1n tn Murk" U 8 a. .. qIlRIfIfOlr"lI. Plaintiff v. ,
8 In b..11'-- W'4 01 NI''o' of NF1'2 A 22 Ptnv.' C'.. 7nSWV Lot II of ItIk I Il1och..y t8.0 I Ica O".l\d.nt. C..'
.Iro 314 A In NW WI' n' SWV 01 ME'4!:' \2 A :21!: 20 C'Imerne JI' I1SW'4 Addition. 10 Klarke 2tI 8 n N. J. Keene No, I IUltlJIJ't
11.59cone Prescott
, of 8 W'4 5 21 1t W. C. Will u.n. Adml'. of SE'4 18 : jg a t' A' 679 rip' l'IIIILI.ATJOP'. '
1 l'':" '" i A y4n2 of 31W14 14 40 .1nhn :JnMlsnn TEMPLES "uu.'rln" TO 'r.'RKM 2" fI 12: AND NOTII't7' T1 A2'P6lAll

01 8E1,4 ofIJ All NWy of SWY W offly S.39 A. A. Annie 1.58! S'rA'rE OF TU11LIDA lot Adele ,
1.81 lnbn 111.1f" elk 4
0 .
15 8 22 Qoasllaroll whose riddance and
Reddish "
21 1
II -41 Drew nt I.nt A I
4 \ of River ..28 Com .t SW 1'01' nr 1'11':14' : N a-lot of 1"1.F.JW e. 1. 01 3291 .ddr.... 1.: % N. PaganeIll 61 Main

t 8E"! Ex 4 A- ofn: *:% & man H 97/1/ ttB n F.JW I N. ('. Geiger .. '.11 Blrent Wfi"nor Locks. Conn..Unu'' I
n S 112 or I'Im'Rnn'h 22' ft 'V 034 It N 2.43Sof897211oeflNF4nrthat 20 /I. W. MII"I. 13841W1 1' You ar.. required to appear onJana
% % Clark I I. 3 of T1Ik
B Mr.. 74.als I"tt .
16 A 22 2.tH.\ In the above nam..t
has :
2211 It to
I NW14, of 29 1 Lot I
: 28.99 .
O NE'i ot 8WV. 19 5 It 283 W. C. Whitten Admr I elf 4 :: I lid onV 1t"I Ida 60 I'ollrl seek.. .n'l divurce.I 110&1'1""II.wll..hl. Ndfsrd. 1..lntl.'burl.7'eleersph .. ., I

,d, SWNW4\ \ 4 t6k fn : 5 U..la T. Clark 8 nl rt 11 & W bv inn It S ,
23 .11,11
8 this'
II 11 40:1. I\t.\ COnnn.r lies I E fined 13 16 publish 01'.1'I
8 ot River a9 T.26EI4 < II Peeks. Addition tn I
Admr. 1.14Lot
( nl 81':130: II 11 La< tV. ('. Whitten 211w" N of that nortlnn Stark. III 8 U (bell Mu"nlnlf. In sea fnOr weely I.4ues' 1
II 11 20< r. H. & .Tohn Rents 188k\o" of N72'4 that 111 Witness my hand ,nil oftlctlm.l
E'4:! of Alt'80 2'7 4 1\Ira. runt, 71".tt 9 8& II 10< II of Lots
: 8 22 "t HlltTl" F'1rlds this
U 18 May
of NE" 31 5 at 10 C'. H. fIW Iles to nl Road s 19. 14 01 fllie I6, Peeks r .
ot W'4' 1 .6 21 20 1'. n. Alvarea .11 N 4 A of W'4' 01 NWy t Wilbur hunter ft 29St4 Addition to Stark.. 2 II 8 12On 1n n. larp.e 1.10 1. 1841.tFF1'fALRF7AT..
t8 8 23 ( ) A. J. Thomas.
P. Tltom" Sl* r
F. V.
11 20 nf
ot 8WV. 1 8 Lot N of IllghwavNO .
A. C'I..rk ot said (burlRy !
5214 of 8W & of N ft A 01 W,44 ofNW'4 Carrie 7IlInl..1' 3.3- ft E W "y I 100 It .
I .
\6 8 22 I 1..111. ( ( .nn. O. C.
A 01 ((414 tSWI4 '" of RF.4 KW Cur III"IT .
F4Y. nf N i'I In T. Frank I.andrOm Nttke.. II'I"r"'n.AUII' } '

I' of!' 972' 4 of 1 8 21 Be n. 11 P"rm..nt..r 2,10W S1.1ofNi of JIlWI4 nf 12 IIF.1.\AofW\ % Ifl II 23 4 Eva 1I1"OInnl., ..... '..31NII < "t..rke III. P..k. Addltlonto 211 8 12 E. 11:. Oren .. LIA .for ."It. 1,3 41 tn I t

of I A nf W% of 1.39! ;; ---- t .
% 0' 4 Ollie Uonter : 191 of .. 1. Rik ''
10IIA SW\nf: 180 NWA4, of RI'4: 1ft" 22 I i ..t..1'1'd: lrn 20Starks 6(1.37Lot / Iv' .U..IT ("0.'" r. 8"\0"1)111> I \ +

nl 1 8 It 24 Mr' 1dna Harty 1.81 fI 4 A nf WJW 01 NWy II 23 4 Cleveland Hunter .3' 28 8 U Jim Forest ,.. 4'O8'h'' I'Y II'I.OR.'I e.... .. ,
\P.I'2\ 8 21 80 J. Willard Alvnrea of 1111.2% 18 A of nile U J. M. l'1'IW.\ I 1

,11214; Ex 11,4, A All SE"' 01 8FJ'4 FJ nf 8 22 U John Dlgg, 1190SW" Johns Addltlon to 3.I'lhn'v ') 1 T.IJore; rr. Toa Plaintiff' YO j'Jt I
(Cnr N of nit & 1.110 Road 18 Stark, 8 U Nary 11. If..Iy ::.... lirafrnan, / I's.;, ;; ,

: ::1, nf I'IF.It' 5 11 119 Hugh n. AlvaI' nl mk 2 N nt R I 6 23 I p"I".1' \\'lIl1a" t.I'I' 1.03 1 of Blk I. ('IyV! PArleU .- OI(1)FIt!' Oil' I'ItRLCATIpN
16-21 '
W T..mpl" 8I1b-11I. .." "1'1"" NOTI"" 1'0 AI'I'QAI1
nt NJi\4\ loll. / W. '& C'a Add Nlbk1' r 3 If
HNnt Rand I 8 It 'Jolla Fryer 'i. M4 nf 11y4' of RW9 of 11 8 22 I I'"known 684 tn 9tark4. 21\ 6 U J. E. STATE nf!' FI.aIUnA to. Ruth
of of NW44 1.01. 33. 31. 35. ot I"Ik Rrafmn. whOec residency and ad..
8W\4\ ..87'i.r
Alvarea. JI' H.t nortlonof dries t unknown. I
R. M. It
I no
N It. N. AodltlDn
It IInwll..u
;!!k' a. I. NE' of NW". Jk : J.! to Ml s rke 19 / 2tSS.4 31r. A. :1(. 1I11.0n 5.U Y..u. ar. required. 'appear. "n .
::i"eNW4 a 8 It 110 1'. C. Hulrhlnaon 11 Norman: x.10 Rd A 110: ft ;of .. u 11D.n O'" 9mlfb' .. 199!I In'f of Amt 4 of Uk 52Ineklns ....... J eUllrt one iI....,.49/1'Plxa. III the w b..a....ove. a plMnllfseek. .named' 11\ II
Rusaet NEI1 (
t i Hi';;' 3 II 11 40 .1 tI 860/ tt nr thot'- fI'"rko Addltlo" to Floy" nn..n. 6.13 dho,,,.. Rrsdfo4 n..ntlll' I '
V'4 II U
ME! t4 rot
4 NW&, ot 8E\\ R! 8 11 110 Willie n. ndrew... 1 89f flnrtlen nf 1J 1.4 ofSW'4 .-' Elk 12 E. $14 nf lot 139 ,'. T.tea7sph eh.l'ntbllsh/ \ thla. Order I
r Cro.byf nt 8Et4 IIt..t lies 1.11 In nest tour weakly issue. ,
9y% 40 C. C. lrnhle, AdIHlnn to '
11 I
8 4 I..y
f NW" MIO WofRAlI IT II n isrkls. Floyd (reel. 1126 Wltn.. \,
n I 13of ,
NF\4\ Josephine Ed..ard. F..t.NW 21.418W of 8F.% nl SW1,4 : 1,15W .... i UR' at Mtarka. Florldan till ftf MAy
d It 80 : F1'1.: R11A II U n Elliott Tyson .. ('nm at NW C'or nt N"'l' 1 I. 1841. t '

:f. fItI4 E"I 1 1.89 1 of A Sss of SWI4 f 211 tlE'4 run It 1121. ft w. 10"crAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas. a
119 for 01 thenceOlin
I 8 It 1"1 II" A 'P R AWY"I' a pI
FloydrCrrosbyy WSW Clerk of
i .. ('inurt
\! 8 It 40 nf 8111 1ft 6 27 10 Unknown .. .y. 11 A 1101 ft 11 807 ft ...::0- M t.ur/lie/ C. Connor; i" .
% &. nfH W1'o or N 194 ft thene. North.erly CFlorida. I
N\i U.9IJ -. T. Jl'ranle l.anel.um Ikarke .
wide .
lI'rKlnne f' .
A. strip ._
190 :I. A aoeP 111 l'4 dear W "
:at 8 I' .., :' AtlY, for I'lf. '
nlVu, 1IlEofaNF.ti 1.1 4. ".U
end o
(rlffls In It W
Blk LlnAtiey thence on 4 -
; 10. Samp ..01rRlk 8 n t I Iot _
4 1 It '::1. A. :I. McKinney ; !' ll"i : n,21t 2.0 II". XIA It tD pt
: ; .
17. Samp. '..01.or f. beg n 6 u II Carl J..II" 1141 I 191: ."R"I"T, ("I)".. 51141//'DMR ... r
4 1 11 tAm Drnwn IF-v. 09 NW\4 its t IH1 11 8 U ft O. 8. nradl"Y 'e.. 1 nLnl. Corn at 9W Cur of hfdl. ('."' ,,'ry. PIA/NIU61 IN V.."".

,'If <1 In I A In. AW' ('or .. "nn A Myrtle 101" rise .. 4 1(211'. 42lmmerman
of1NE'4 q 2. 6. 8. 1. !t. 10. .f W alo ft K fiG rt for n 0 n .. Gary Plalntllf
of1W '" .
20 1 It 4 n. n. nr.....' II..n nile 1 SunnY Acre.Mnb .11 6 U 11. A. lana"8 -. 8.64 tit 01 beg thence. run W ?y Vs.: Jns.ph ;lary, Defendant; Cs".;

1 It '40 J. A. J. McKlnney Jr .hiv. ,I, 10.. -.. 210 It 94 610. ft I'J 210ft N". 6403.
t ftl 1. 2. 8. 1. ORDER' O'P' PJJnLr.ATION J
87' w .. Lnt. .,. N 130 It tD pt of
1tot I 14 1 It t1 Wm fllade 11.91 nf fI'Ik 2. SunnY Aerex 2t 8 U 11. A. !'oran...... 188 hog 60 A t2 1 n. C. 1/oltsndorf 1.14 AND NOTJCR1'0\ API'IIJA" i
AEI4, WxN 1 A'nr Sub-DIV. Wye of NW% oftF.I" STATE OJ' .I..oltTDA tOI Joseph 1 ;,
of g 11 Rnad 15 1 It 3' Henry n. liarI' t.&<1Ofl'lE Lol. A. 2. S. 4. 5. 8, of I Bx N 4 A 10 I t2 14 Willie Lucas I.U Gary whole r..n"' and ....".,...

.nl F t R' of fly n1k 3 Sunny Aerell.SubDiy. -21 S It i7 A. \hnu" .r I ftO 'i of SE'4 of NWt'4 of14W Is. 145 l1aet 163rd Street !loons .
New Yorle.JQ,01t2..ri't4.
: Cor ofIA 29 Tit' froo.. L. C. Smith 1.31 Lot 1. I. !t. U. of 8ub.Dlv. nile. ... I %\ of NW'N72< 0331 i U 10 Ann McRae Parker IAANE14 ;. aired' tb-m: I

ew1.t 4 SunnY Al'ru 6 U 11. A. 0lnnaeea 1111 of \ A InNW In the ; I
21 0 .
nt 'n4.J"I"; I Court a".. "'a' W".ln ".
1:1': ":' I Tit".... Allne Call I 54f Corn lOt NW' COOl' nf NEKof 1 NE I'or s 21 8 U 1ft Jul 1IIe1ja"lIIn" I.U ....... diver,.. 18radford fnllntlli' ,,. I '1
29 434
; N1u03 SWI4 A run FJ Telegraph' .
f::2'1 & '.at the0eeCnntlnue One Lot a rernrded., nU King h.ndl.r... 3.11Wt4 In nest four ha.C1:1II'I., : thder 1,1'1 I
." ot AW'1 6 II 40 U. .. N. T. RAtrh for a pl F1 ; f ft SW need Panic 10 F" 434 6 II ( i.
'L".1 U 29II of NWVI of 21044 145a Witness my hand .a.J nffbintS
tot Lofs III Anvil E.: Grlftls 4.93t 119 tt W 143 It NE 6 U 1 Oscar Wright 187Dn. et AO A sold vvloaperson. al at Starke 1lorlda. this May }1 .1.'' .
II U 1.96
; TI fiwFs to I 1111 ft tn pC ot beg ; .. II 5 U lit Vlrtola fack .- 1. 1847. :j
j". n Y 23.00Cie nn II side .r A 12 OrP'IC'TAr. 8E"T..1.. Thltma \ st'Ae ,
In W o 30 Aaron w..ter A Com .t Km Cnr of NW\oI I. .: '
: I II formerly" owned 10''" A J.I{ Clerk or sail rOUI"! .
r.. hut all A riot In '"7N'4 nf $E4 A run N \ I
Soy P. ('. Goodwlne ft for bee Ihenee Ii" Leellie C. Cnnoer. D C' '
I/ ( of nf I'IFJ''o of lOW' e run W a :;Jn ft N 25e ft ? T. Frank iwndtum Starke. Flnrld". !'.), 'd{
Wn dt 23W1408 "CO..rtn.y 12.01odtwn hounded N by Wm lull Clarence r.ov'n.t..n' .4' Ally. for A'IO 94 U IU .
InlIt ""n n Arch D. 21 6 U' I 1807 fl II UJ.I It Chan' .. lIT
; n II 22 Raab Scott : 032 8 U I rap r. i iIY
Thelma' t of big '" '
111 t.14 ySWPior
.. 12 '
.M. 11 8 12 Tyre Coppat or ,. 0' YOlk I. f.I)> '; ; \
R'nndlawn' I 11 5 21 10 A. F. 11.01'II. owned Lot. 8, t- .R/IT .'OS-n-?. IMIDPOM/.
Ie We.tCT A tr"t, formerly coin Coy:! 644 of I'IP% ( .
12 20 Aaron 2.11I Unknown 10.30 'O.'TY. .0.11.4. .Of ( ''4''. .t
14 I an..l..lne
lot "'n.fndl.w" 10 H. WhltJr. 4.11 h. I' C. W n' n" 32 1 U .;. (pot; Y.Kathsrine. : .
I 14 1 II III fl L. Olin 72 along fI aide('nr of Lot t 0' Bile 4. 1.ln..nln '-. Elsie' Speed Oray.. Pln'n_ tI, I,I '

I ,. "ortl..Lown IT I II 1."" ...1.1 Ixnd fI..nU'tn SF land 9v.rixtinn City I 214 of IIEV, W "'n unknown 1.51 tiff. v. Jr<,n". Arthur Gray. Dee, n. !It L i '

2knnA4yAIInWL0ta18' 21 Ivey Tllnmp.nn 1.13 "f Sarah 105yd. 1 17cwolntf'ny ....nl. C, ." N,,. 1801. 'i ii ,
II 12 shoot TAI4u 4' 'I I
10 P. B. Johns 1 I. 4 01 RIk. I. 1.1. OIIDEn I'll" /'t'nf.ICATIGNAND 1
\ ,18 8 12. to a post 044' ot $ Ill NOT'Ph TO API'I'IAH I '' I' ? '
",, t I\n' sf Rot C'e In NF-I ofew : P:443A U tam P.tt..ma" '
to .
9'fATPI fir .oKIDA
tt Jemee
U. 2 I.n
O"" ,,1. U. U 10:1 t.n. Ga.klna J.4.. -li In Templee Sub-3l U I 0.0. McGee Lot. !. 1 of RIk 0. I.ln- Arthur (ley. whose re.ld.nee lad l t I'" '
tit I 2'
11WOOdl\ 18 n. L. W.tklne ntv.C .. coin City Itss of In"U 'Annstte Tnck.r 1162tot. ,ddr..s. Io37 Rsechwnnd Drive 1 1. '' if
w" 11 I It '] ('" U I '
Temt .. .
3rW Pronmhlll ftcoU..4. I
R.'L"O'O 11:1.:12: Ail R9111 4 A 0' n .. 4r Rnf 111.. 15 r.III' You Sr. r.splre.I, to appear sn t i' ,r,,. ,1t.Jun. .

V"J\J.'Tr.y 81,7'70': RIk WRIT or J. a T. I.t. : .IIF1"w.r". A 171Mamie :10 ire 9 ..IIn"...boD''Un'.f ,NIC'4 ofR 1'1 wl'trjJ; Y BJW of HIIJ4U! 6 U (3.orde'Aflnn' 1.U /....,. 2.nq. "1317 4', ".In""L.the wherein ibis.I.I..I..I'fl pmad. i.I'.j,;. l 1.rte :

1 Lou Edwards 1.94 W M then. eonIn.eY beethence Com at NW ('or .t Sec .o.ks dtvrr." H.adbrd, ('.,unl" 11 t. I' i i.t t

t :, I, ..I PIle 11 Nellie. C.. 8mlth IU ft for a Itt 1&01 ft N U A run 72 111 It for Tel.rnp, four ",,. Ills Order 1 !: I' 1
oMR 1 I'.n E a pi of beg thence run In next weekly I..... f 1
'I, L bRridlerereon 48') ItJt .r : 5 lISII 6 U R.leltb, etrloIiJan' 2 111" ft M 16" It N Wltnes my band .and .In..I..1 r ,.

", e:ROaaLnttT i JNI3: Reddish 6'02Slht7Y Lo"f; P'kb81 ,.."...11 IRi of 186 bet ft W JlO ft to P'U 1 It Mr.. Llnle Clark 1.4' ;.a:7: 14'/lr". Flnolda, 51,1. ;tray: .I. t 1

b "T. n In W IK Three A InIIW C r of ,(IVl"lrIAL II';" I.) A. I. Th.a" l '
REM: 113 4of
I'J or KY. tHnU3"I4t : N"' $P.4! A Z4 tOlle L67 'or NW\4\ W ('Jerle ert. t'
Ed 21' U W'4 of1A U f Los ...Ia Smflk' S II8W' As of Datd "l,
liE" t4
"P nl 8V'4 '"f : sty Lunllle r, c.."..... P. C. .
nf 10 J. ltsae. 1,
I ft ro rlr a Pota Toot :t. nile 13. NnrtII $ens2nh.D1y ofNEK .r 0'4 u 1 U .1'f'I" T. rrank. Lendruny Stafke. J'T'pI-1.. \ ," C
In Continued on pare
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1 II t f'iI i SOCIETY and CLUBS Metholists Honor Birthday Party Circle Two WMU iv C rinri'ir M'MTV. FI-OHII"Ot'IIT, .BIIAD..ORD IV CHBll >- Clarence STATE OF H. J.-F,1<( "' >*

C.Jlt Y. dense and add, .h.* ..,|
New Church MembersA For Evon ConnerThe Mrs. E. Lennon and Mrs. Clyde Bryant I. Bryant, Defendant.Plaintiff Cane, v.No.. Walter 60317.ORDHTI June You 18.are 1947 rnjuiri.I .", '.k'"H,

Q. Priest were co-hostesses Tuesday op pirnLK-ATrov Court and ,ail', '"." t6ovt I '
Miss Peek HonoredAt Mrs. Dickens HonoredAt reception was held Wednes- home of Mr and Mrs. Wil of last week at tho home of AND NOTICE TO APPKAU tiff seeks lIvnr, nii'1""
S, ? day evening of last week at the ton Conner was the cene of a the former, when they entertained STATIC OF FLORIDA to: Telegraph In hnli i"Mh1'Ihb, 1 ?''';
Walter Bryant, whose) rvMldenrn, JHE5 next four w. I ,
Bridge. PartyMiss Surprise ShowerA Methodist Sunday School building gala party Sunday afternoon members of Circle Two, Bap- Wont 116th 8t: Apt. 62, New W-ltneHii ?? ?, "u.*
honoring the new members of the when their daughter, Evon, celebrated tist W.MU The Lennon home York uc New York, Meal Rt tllBrk. I 1"" '"?,I I.sac
Frances Peek, whoRe marriage combined business and program church. her first birthday anni- eu16 are rcqtilrml to appear onJa 10, 1947, 10.
was attractively decorated with 1947. In the abovu nnm.d (
; to Roy M. Ward will be an meeting of the Ladles' Auxiliary Tall floor baskets and large versary with a host of young roses and cut flowers for this Court and cause. wherein plaintiff AH OFFICIAL Clerk of M!;'<,
event of July, was the guest of of the PreHpyterlan): Churchwas bawl, holding, arrangements ot: friends. The Conner home was occasion.The Telegraph' "seek divorce shall publish, Bradford. thin County OrderIn By I.IK' 'llln C Mla I C.,, ,'?', .ft", .

{ I honor Monday night at a delightful held Tuesday night at eight Easter lilies and! gladioli, were decorated with beautifully arranged next four weekly Issues.Witness J.JackHonvillc HHarriBon Inx ," ':'''hn,.
Mrs. :
leader W. L. Andrews ,
when Mrs. Joe o'clock at the home of Mrs. 1 K. M. my hand, and official. ('
bridge party at vantage in the mixed flowers for this happy Atty. for Pit|
placed points .
read the devotional on the seal at Ktarke, Florida, this May ..11
Kidd and Davis.
Scanlan Mrs. R. G. in occasion. .
large auditorium and lounge 12 1947.
14 tli of John. In the absence -
1' Mra. Merrill Struth entertainedat Artistic arrangements of roses, decorating for this occasion.Mr. After an hour of spirited games of the program chairman, An(OFFICIAL Clark of SEAL said )Court.A..J. Thoinnn, ,0'1'III:
the home of the former onWat..r daisies and petunias were used In Lucille C. Conner n. r. Not Ion IK h, i r. h
and Mrs. L. A. I Davis and the refreshments By .,
served -
I guests were Mr Andrews presented Mrs. unilerxlRnvd iiniirM! th h
f a y' Street. 1C. K.: IVrryinan, titarke, Fin.,
decorating the lower flour of the .11''"
the Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Churcli- the flctui 'YT
t" A profusion of lod-fashioned of ice cream and cake. Bohman who gave an Interestingtalk Atty. for Plf.! -11 tt a6riuriir ,

r phlox Queen Ane'a lace, stock, Davis home for this meeting. well greeted guests Informallyupon Evon received many beautiful and on "Citizenship". MIss Cau- I' p. SKirrflS< ;
('OIEV. nitnvoHi << '
f! a and lupin wa used In decorating Mrs. Caro Chandler had charge their arrival. UHeful gifts.Honored. dle HazeR, a missionary student, IN: COItVTV. FI-OIIIDt.' IV 1IIIN-! grrTn.HJf) "'he" fUV' ,, .....
d of the program and presentedMrs During the evening Mrs. C. H. gave an impressive outline of the C.RY. Cojirt Bradford r.1, 'the. ,
for this lovely affair
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4 Mae Dickens! who an Vera Weeks' Foster Plaintiff, VHPlarenre ,* H. Hohr I
gave '. work In which she is ;
] [ W. B. Sewell engaged.The
At the conclusion of the game, Nasworthy, rs. At H. Foster, 15efendant. Case; alit: n"halt
when scores were tallied Mix interesting talk on the Missionary Mrs L. D. yinlng, Mrs. E. K. hostess, assisted by Mrs. A. No. RA24onDcn. Marvin E. n.,.?.. ?
OF prntJCATiovANU 1.1//
k Lillian Stump was found to hold restoration work, It'a Import- Perryman, Mrs. W. O. Halle, and' Family PicnicMrs. J. Thomas, served ice cream and NOTICE TO AI'PEAR ext.5-16 4t 6-6

high and was presented with a ace and the necessity for it Mrs. T. H. OK borne assisted in cake to the 12 members and other
Mrs Jeanette C. Young It Ludle Lemacks the
#' box of perfumed soap. Mrs. J. R. gave entertaining the guests.A guests who were present. Collec-
Y reading "Alaska". honored guest at a family picnic
Wainwright made second high and delightful program under the tion totalled 1050.:
held at Gold Head Branch Park OUTBOARD MOTOR
'l received a double deck of carda Mica Alice Fernandez played direction of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins The next meeting will be held' RACESFOR

The galloping goose prize, a guest three violin solos, "Adoration"Barowekl was presented. Mrs. J. W. Klncalc Sunday afternoon. with Mrs. E. W Hayes at her

V ae towel, was won by Mrs. Vernon ( ), "Can/onetta":! (Am announced the following rumbers: Following the picnic Mrs. Le summer home on Kingsley Lake. AMATEURS ONLY
; Silcox. Scores for the game were broHlo), and "Prelude (Albert macks was presented with a beau-
"Tho Rustle of Spring" and "La
' kept on bridal tallies. I Spalding). Miss Jean Davis sang tifully decorated cake with 2VZ TO 22 HORSE POWER CLASSES
Lente solos
Plus Qua piano by Vets
"Drink To Me Only'With ThineEyell" "Mother" written on the top. The Hospitalized
Miss Peek
The honoree was
Miss Betty Ann Flynn.A SUNDAY MAY 18 2:00 P.
try' M.\
and "Love's Old Sweet honoree also received
a presented with a set of pyrex many Will Be GuestsOf
mixing bowls a gift of remembrance Song". Both were accompaniedby group of old melodies, by and useful gifts on this occasion. KEYSTONE
from the three hostesses. Mrs I>avlJt.In G. S. Newcomb, Jim Ritch, E. Those enjoying the afternoon Junior ClubThe HEIGHTS BEACH
L. Matthews, and Junlua Smith
Following the game a delicious an "author contest" Miss with Mrs. Lemacks were: Mr. and
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accompanied at the piano by Mrs. u Starke Junior Woman'sClub
salad course was served Alice Fernandez won a book. Mra. v. O. Lemacks and Melvin
Kincaid. will be host to 25: disabled
Those invited to be with Miss Following the program Mrs Thasher of Alexandria, Va., Mr.
Peek, Mrs. Scalan, Mrs. Struth May Dickens, who will leave soon "The Desert Song" !and "Day and Mrs. AlvIn Q. Lemacks of veterans the of World War II from Last Two Days!

4Q'- tt and Mrs. Kidd were: Mrs. S. L. to make her home in Sanford break," vocal solos, by Miss Gar- Jacksonville, Mr. and Mm. C. B. Lake City Veterans Hospital
Peek mother of the bride-elect nlta Hutto, accompanied by Mrs: Thursday when they entertain
4 was honored with B surprise miscellaneoua Lemacks and children and Mrs.
their guests with a picnic lunchat
Mrs S. R. Johns, Jr., Mrs. Ed shower. Mrs. Kite Kincaid. Nelson, of Keystone Heights.
the Kingsley Lake home of
a win Torode, Mrs. H. H. Houston presented her with a May basket Punch was served from a beau- Mrs. Barbara N. Breazeale.The Stock Reducing SALBarksdale's !

Miss Lucile Mitchell Miss Louise filled with a variety of lovely tifully appointed table, covered Birthday Party
l Snyder Mra. G. B. Flynn Mrs with lunch will be served at
gifts from the members of the a handsome lace cloth and
? Roberts Mia. Vernon Sll For 1:00: p. m. and then water sports
George Auxiliary. The May basket was centered with an arrangement of Bobby SappMrs. At
' cox:, MIss Madge Whigham, Mrs. covered with pastel colored crepe mixed spring flowers Presiding at will be enjoyed. The hospital will

} f 1' A. Holiday Mrs. James Lewis and paper and topped with a bower the punch bowl wero Mrs. O. L. Mildred Sapp entertainedher provide transportation, and Mrs

7 house guest, Mrs. Lester Robin. of mixed spring flowers. The Haynes and Mrs W. L. Blair. son, Bobby, and 28 young Fred Guy is chairman of the

I son of Orlando, Mrs. O. L. Patten, ladles of the auxiliary gave the I About one hundred guests were guests upon the occasion of his Club's picnic committee. StorSTARKE

I rfi Mrs J. R. Wainwright, Mrs. Fred shower as a means of showing present at this enjoyable affair. ninth birthday anniversary Wed-

Guy, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. their love and appreciation for nesday afternoon of fait' week. Methodist Choir

Glenn Wood, Mrs. W. C. Powell,, The youngsters enjoyed a partyIn
H Mrs. Dickens, who )flan been such
Mrs. C. A. Darby, Mrs. Hallle an active and faithful worker' In PTA RceptionFor the classroom of the Third Has Supper At Lake FLA.

Jones, Mrs. Guy Sale, Miss Jean Lha .church while she MOiis' In Grads SundayThe Grade at the Starke Elementary
{ Irwin, Mrs. T. F. Grady, Mrs J Starke. School. Ice cream and cake were Members of the Methodist

M. Hembree, Mrs. H.Richards'' Mrs. UavlH served Ute 25 members Parent-Teacher Associationwill served, and tames were enjoyed.The Choir supper were\( honored at a delightful when 'Watch For Saturday Special
party Thursday
Mrs. Morgan Darby Mills Della and guests tempting refreshments entertain at a reception hon- hostess was assisted in
'. i Rosenberg. Misses Evelyn and of fruit punch with Ice oring the Senior Class: of BUS ,serving by Mrs. Clyde Priest. the Wesley Fellowship Class entertained

Lillian Stump, Mrs. H. H. Adarna, cream and cook''cs. Immediately following the Baccalaureate at the C. H. Nasworthy ALL PRICES

I Mrs. Richard Thede of Jackson Sermon' Sunday eveningIn WSCS To MeetThe summer home on Kingsley Lake.

ville.''Mrs. A. B. Baker, Mrs. Leslie the USO building. Quantities of nasturtiums were

u'' Biggs, Mrs. W. H, Graham, Mary Sue EppersonHas The last PTA meeting of the WSCS of the Methodist used In decorating the living' CUT 10 Percent And More
and Mrs. E. L. Matthews.JohnsonGordy room and large screen porch for
Weiner RoastMr. current school year will be held Church will have Its regular business -

Wednesday, May 21, at 3:15: p. m. and program meeting next this lovely affair.
and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Election of officers will take placeat During the afternoon swimming
Monday, May 19, at 3:30: p. m.
q3 4 Jr., entertained Saturday, May 10, this meeting and all membersare Circle Number One will be in and other water sports were en- Everything To Build, Repair or Remod

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Johnson honoring their eleven year old urgently requested to attend. charge. Joyed and at seven o'clock supper

t< of Starke announce the engagement daughter, Mary Sue. was served buffet style from the

and approaching marriage The young honoree's friends J. T rustic dining table. AsphaltCONCRETE BLOCKS

,y k of their daughter, Alvertlne, met at the Kpperaon: home a t About :BO guests were presentto Trim

to ,Lt (jll) Tom Watson Cordy, 1:30: o'clock and from there went enjoy the party.Methodists Hardware

1 son of Mr. pit. Mrs."James GordyOf to the summer home o(her grand- ToolII .
Rlchland, jOa." Vi' *. Mr. To READY MIXED
J parents, and) 'Mr. R. L. RIchard C Haye 11 rick
1 At present Lt"Gordy ia station of'of'Jacksonville,' on Spring r Shingles 3< /M CONCRETERoofing
i ed at Green Cove Springs where i Lake. --- Fellowship Dinner .
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( r he Is communications officer at
1 the ,Naval During the afternoon .Mary Sue Well, after being out of for Members of the First Methodist Plywood
Station there. and her print son Then just as HaM Walker
:lt guests enjoyed swimming, Church will be entertained at Master
v M$. boating, and a hike through the for a couple of weeks (againstmy who had done the inviting Fellowship Dinner in the recrea- Cabinet* Dozier & Gay Paints
woods. will, of course) 'tis nice to be was about to get up and apologize,
Times Have Changed back> with you dear readers, and In strode the Attorney General! tion building Monday night at 7:30 Wallboard
In the late afternoon they enjoyed o'clock. Purpose of the meeting stepping Stones "Best For The South"
-- let me hasten to express my appreciation What a relief 1 lie had
roasting welners around a big Is to discuss the church Lumber
-a. to those of you who've driven all the way from Fort programand J--J-JTJ r r r rjrrrr fjr J-TJJJ j j itft-
bon-flre. Following this they were been kind enough to say you've Pierce since 8 o'clock that morning budget for the coming year.

served Ice cream, cake and punch. missed me 'Twas mutual, I In order to keep his engagement All members The
birthday cake
beautifully -
was attend.
assure you Seems that right: I
decorated in pink and white now (which Is nothing but fitting -

with pink roses and eleven candles and proper) attention is centered I If been Mr. and Mrs. Lester A. Hall and .
you've !
After the birthday cake wondering about children of Cltra were guests last & Pleasant F
t Mary In the doings at BHS where more Rhoda Depot Sts. Gainesville,
Dampler's skinned
( Sue oponed the many lovely giftsof than 70 graduates (the largest knee, It happened like badly this: Seems weekend of Mr. and Mrs. L.. U. Phones 217.218" P. O. Hot 5

71 i' remembrances her friends had class in history) will receive dl- that Pee Wee brought home a new Morgan and family .

ItF brought her plomas next Thursday Arch bike for their -
S-year-old son, Billy
: Mr and Mrs. Epperson were assisted Thomas says the current production the
:: other day With a determined
In entertaining the young of sheepuklns Is a far cry
gleam In her Rhoda
people by Mr. and Mrs. George from the 'old days when he constituted declared that "I'm'goIng eye to learnto Graduation i Graduation
srp Kopelousos. the entire ,
graduating ride it or else." And she
But the Custom Hasn't.For
} About 13 were present to enjoy lass of BHS for one entire year! Certainly "elsed," if her banged-

s if Photographs of Weddings the party with the honor guest. Think howllmportant he must up knee is any Indication of what GIFTS i ., GIFTS
have felt. But these'endofthe.
and Other Events happened She's still trying,
I year exercises ace always inspiring -
f i Yarbrough-West though so here's hoping she does
WRITE T. II. OSBORNE and I've been especially enjoying not "else" to the extent,of her For "Him"Ronson For "Her"

Box 423 or Call atM I Mrs. Richard S. Fernandez announces given this the. line musical programs neck! Claire Chapman (Mrs. ,
year. Including the
4 the engagement and approaching L F.) enjoyed her recent visit In .
Hoover Studtoiw Glee
Club the -
Elementary Music .
4: marriage of her granddaughter Maine, but found its famous fish
H Mary. Alice Yarbrough, department, and the Band. not so tasty as Florida ones -
; All of the concerts have been Lustra
to Myron West son of Dr. Lyle most During a atop-over, she saw the WATCHES: _
enjoyable and rennet a lot of hard
West of Madison Wisconsin Lighter
cherry blossoms In bloom In Wash Pearls

':>> IITARKE Miis Yarbrough completed her and work their, both Instructors.on the part. of. students ington, and thought ,them, not a Ladles & Gents

elementary'education at Brad- bit over-rated .
FL-: ford High School and was graduated Textan All The Leading Nation

r from Montreat High School Hi>ctnH that Edgar (Tiny) Wilclnson !- How these. Calldtreeten- do get Billfolds ally Advertised !Makes\ Trio-ette & Evar
our foremost collector of
Sun. Mon., Tues'' 1946.Montreat During, North the Carolina winter in May snake eking. has done it again! around! Hear that Madge Mid- HAMILTON: 'CompactsHadley

e May 18, 19, 20 has been student past she Last week he added the 28- dleton, John Powell Louise Sny-
a of &
Edgewood der, and Henry Godwin were night HELBROS BULOVA
Inch skin from of Florida'sare
college, Madison, Wisconsin.Mr. .
East Side of Heaven West, a veteran of World and deadly coral snakes to clubbing as far south as Wllliston Simmons ELGIN CORT Charm
the wall of his Saturday night Incidentally' ,
Blnf; CrOMby, Joan lUomlell, War II, was In the Armed Forces trophy room. Louise left this week for Tallaliasnee Watch Chains Bracelets
for almost four "Tiny, who works. with the White
Milieu AIHT Irene Harvey year during
where she will be
surveys, found the snake the a Legislative
which he served on
Also This J.* America" and thirty months attache
1 road between Hastings and Green during the second
overseas. At
New present he Is a Cove Of 30-day( period of the session Parker and
student at the University of Wisconsin Springs. course, one Eversharp Pens and Pencils
W. ..... Thumb May 21: 22 and Is specialising in den man's hobby is another man's pol Another Callstreeter:Don Hoover!

DOUBLE FKATURKGentleman tistry., ,son, but methinks I'll stick to Ls assisting Rep Noon Wainwrightin Identification Bracelets Sheffield Silver

? ,The marriage will be 'Lamps (no pun Intended). Hear various capacities ; Note In
performed on May 24 that Dottie Sue Hlggs received the mail this week from I'fo: Horace Kreisler and
a.t.the Lutheran Speidel Jacoby-Bender Watch Bands
Church In Madison! 10-1 cards from friends and admlr-, Overstreet.! currently serving ,
I JOE PALOOKA Wisconsin. ,era while in the hospital at Tam i with the 89th Bomb' Sqdn., in

r Leon Errol, Joe Klrkwooil pa.These, In addition to the reive Osaka Japan Says he re- Diamond Ring Seta Traub, Wedding'Rings

many gifts flower, and other the Telegraph regularly
mementoes, did worlds to brighten (If late) and enjoys keeping up Novelties_ of Every DescriptionIn

with the home folks NotedIn
Dawn some very tough hours for this
at plucky little lady. Her many passing. : The foundation of the

k Susan Hayward Paul Lukas, friends. will be glad. when she is Shl Smith home on Lafayette what other jewelry store can you find all of these nationally adver

h Illll William strong enough to start having company street looks as If I It'll be a nice tiled high grade jewelry items in one complete selection COMPLETE
f.. ?
i And New aMenbera addition to this! part of town REPAIR SERVICE.
Nothing sent
out of
our store to tradeshops. The
5' i.
Frl. Sat. 23 r very finest workmanship at MODERATE PRICES
May 24 of the Rotary Club Hear Inn. Chamber" of Commerce don by MODERN

DOUBLE FEATURE 5rOULL were beginning to wonder whether will enter a candidate In the JackonvllJe FACTORY METHODS. When you bring In your repair job for estimate
"' Charlie Chan in Beach YOU GET TilE FACTS-Not a song and dance or
LOVE they'd have a speaker Wednesday June Moon Festival argument.

or not Especially after again this year Wonder who ,, ,, ,

-TRAP TNEWAYWEDRESS they'd read In Tuesday night's the lucky laiiyil beT Last

paper that Attorney General Tom year the entry (Martell Edmond-

AndWanderer- OUR DINNER Walton (the scheduled speaker) son) won-as you dnutless remember F.

Of was on his "second honeymoon"In So the Chamber la busily Harley Strong

HILL'SCOFFEE ) Miami As Wednesday noon in search of someone to fill Mar-

The Wasteland rolled around .those In charge of tail's high-heeled slippers .

SHOP the Rotary program b e f a u to Got! any suggestions? If so, STARKE'S FINEST
Jm*. Warns Richard Martin get nervouser and nervouser please phone 190 JEWELRY STORE

Also. Cartoon And Chapt.. 5BEX 151 WEST CALL ST. The lunch waseaten,the songs .
t! j a RINTY" STARKE FLA. were sung the announcementswere So long See-you in the next. 137 W. Call St. Est. 1941 Starkef;

made and still no Mr. ""at.

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Errs of LOCAL NEWS H HW. 1 for R. J Gomes left Friday night Mn Beitlm Pearce Had as. I I" "IIIf', IT roi IIT. lilt fUFORn I'V MIU-I rr "- Fitzgerald Ga., to spend the Mothers' Day suesta Sunday Mr I 0' srt. FI.oItuIt. 1t'II.:, ." r < S'i't. JoI.U'.I''' tiltVKIIV. .
weekend,, with his mother, return- and Mrs. I' Ed Enm-y of Jackson- Viinri-y f tI'Ril.y, T'l.lllUlff. \.. l M\vanl< ,\. llriniKtlv. Plaintiff' VHKnrbnrn. I
Just Ing Sunday evening. vllle, Mr. and Mri.' E. R. Smyth KHlvllt* l I' O'IUI..)'. Dvfriuliint. t'...* A. lirun,t.t" 'I''. l)..fi>iulunl I '
few ,
MiJ'lleton, Mrs. E. a left. Mrn'" summer" X". ..IU, Case No 5620.tlthIit .
E wt. 1W!) union milts. Mrs. Winona H. Moore had as and (daughter. Sally, of St. A\I/t-/ I imnit OH- 1'I'nl.T\T10SO I
Matthews. Only 4 to OF I
L. uciiHtutner. PITILICATIOX( (
hewS, Mrs E and ALVAREZ. guests Saturday through Monday uxtlne, and Mrs. Mary I-aiiB and HT,.\\TIJ Ni): NtlTIOK OH* KUllllDA: T Agnes to.:
ught.r!. Mary in Friends of Mr. her sister-in-law, Mrs. Grace Van daughter Maryb'>th. (>f StarkeMr RKflle' u II'Hlh.y.'h. rvnldoiu-r STATE .(')' FUmiDA tollnrharii : : ,

spent Tuesday and Mrs. J. Fleet and her sister Mrs. JessifFirst Ensey. Mrs. Smyth, and Mrs. IN Mnkno n.You I Kiuni-itu i whunu ,utui I
Maurice Edwards and family will\ ,in "I..lr.d| 1 tn nl'l>pAr on .Ole. fore be Interested to learn that both of Daytona Beach. Lane are Mrs.) Pcarce'a. daughters. .1'U ut' 111, 1947 I In tinulinvv llRlllodt di lr*"t, llartfurd I. Connecticut; GR.tVii.wpJ !
the .
ollett, they iou ai-n, ,
iiNjiiiri'tl i to
B. ftiirt iiml fntiMt*. wh'r..l.111"I \ I "" (llr mi
John Morgsn. and moved this week into their new : Harley F. Strong went to Jack- tiff I ......kx .i i v'rcu'. 1 llraiiroKl' ('u.n.nlv June 111 1041. In thi nh.v. nnni.il. I f fI

Shirley John and Jim- home on the Lake City Highway. I Honvlllo Wednesday! night of last Mrs. R. E. Tanner of Baldwin, I j Tl In iu imiiti'xt|four nhall wut'Kly I I 'iMihllKh' 1 IMUM.ltmHi thin. Oi-di-r J-'iMirt t see-k end. divorce.cause, Krnrifortl wherein, County pliilntiff -

Jeanne/ Emily Ruthledge They will occupy this small home week and received the Canton Degree III the weekend guest of her mother \\ inv linnd a ui.t t nfflolnl I ;TolvKmph I Mhnll mibllHh: I thin. I oiuVr' '
d )11" Mrs. ...ill al in nitit futir w M'Kly .IMHUAH. I ,
Orleans La.. spent theo while their larger home at the In the Odd Fellow's Lodge. Laura I. Powell, and of 14. !1941. Starke 1 Klorldii tlth.IllY! Wltncmi. my hand ami officialijnl I '

'e'll with Mra. same location lj b>!lng completed. Mrs. W. F. Godwin Mrs. Cam her brother-in-law and sinter Mr. I (ts'1eII'I.l. KRAI) A. J TIlomaB, "t Htarkfi, Florida. thin :May I It
weeks And Mn. J. H. Fields. Aa flrk of Haiti ("ntllt.Ky 1 194?.
Mr. and Mrs. :Mr. and Mm. K. U Matthews Chandler, and Mrs R. J. Davis Lucille I'. *.'.'uifler. II. C. (lOFPIl'IAI. SRM.) .\. T. Thontut I II

parent. ani children Mary Agnes and spent Thursday of last week as Mr. and Mrs. W. U /Hfh. II nilKlaM. (!lii\I n..iu\'I lie, Fin Aw Chink of unlit Point. L' t
.\ for Kir.. a-io 11.8 Fly I.uelllx" C. Connor, It. C.
tty. 4t
)[orgall.b,1I1e portraits see T. a Madge Anne, will spend this weekend guests of Mrs. M. C. Mayhugh In and Mrs. Ara Moitt Andrew"j K John Nelson, 104 Lynch Plilir..

4.smllY in Orlando as of Dr. Green Cove Springs.Mr. InK trip to Swift Creek Jacksonville. Fin.,
8M ad on page guests l\ a III*'IIP tot II'I'. Illl tllKOHM Att)'. fur rif. G.18 4t 0.0
Ruthledge and Miss and Mrs. H. B. McLondon.Mrfl. and Mrs. Harold Saukup of Mrs. Moitt reports that Mrs. Andrews Ol M'. .'I.ulI.n \. IN <'llCKII s's.' --- I

Morgan spt'nt.Thursday Ludie Lemacks and her Otter Creek Maine and Mr. and 1: i la a champion fluherwoman.O. :Kurniitn, s'. U. Smith, rio mOlt?. \.. IV "IH(', rr ..f'ut ...... lilt titFomtcoi'vTV ,1 .'

t e Jachsonvill Beach. house guests Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Mrs. Paul Kuatcis of Lexington I L. Patton spent the first of!! u irate I.. Smith, tfmtlunt ,'HNtf ('FRY.Mary ..UII.\, i> I ii \'- JARS

daY at Landrum and chil- Lemacks and Melvin Thacher of Ky., left Thursay of last wcek! the week In. Tallahassee on bUll' Nu. 5(110m( .>iii 01' I'I'lIfU'\TIOSO( vii>n.. n"'n..tt., rinlntlff.' v.. i ,

T. )F:olher'* my 'In J ck- Alexandria Va., and Mrs. Marjorie \ for their respective homes. They II IIIness. AMI" snTIC'JoJ''I'H\ No.Earl Bi)34.OHl'KH)r...... Hndnvtt Dofoniliint ('.,...-I CAPS. jiMII '"
nt HTATB I OP KUMtllMTt.tllruiM I &
Lan'Jrum'B pat- Poaey of High Spring spent have resided for the past year I Friends of I .
slUt Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Gene I 1. Nmlth I ulioHt* rt'Hldoni i< IH OF I'l'HI.Il'\Tln\J( : LIDS and
M.s. J- F. Rogers. Tuesday In St. Augustine where with Mrs. Errol Alvarez. Long will be interested to learn Crtimni," t.ynn P'niiNVlvnnln. AND NOTION. '() AI'I'I KAU I
II' and I 0R""" roiiuIu 1',1 to 111'1'"'''' on STATue '
OF- FJ.Onir
Sybil Richardson spent .the they visited the Fountain of Sgt. and Mrs. Norbert Szymczakand I that they have bought the Ware Jon. 10 \1947 I In Inn ntn\ ,\" nannd" Karl I...i* |",,"....I it, wlione to ii'HUIfmi, ., : flubb.rs/ ;

I week In High SpringsgUt Yjuth Old Fort and other pointsof daughter Sally Ann spent the home on West Madison Ave. They Court' anil,, t-nua. ', wh<*ti'ln plaintiff I"i l>r/ l HfpkN dlvorcr.I lint.1'furl I'nunlvTi'l'KiMili You ,nit* "iiKiulttMl I to ,
of Jlrs. Marjorie interest and Marlnelund. weekend in Orlando( visiting moved into their new home last I | nfl,,II imlillHh I ihm, (')rl.r .'"n.. 1(1, 1941. In tin. al.iv iippi'iir"' namtMl mi'

Thursday they went to Lake friends. week. In m xt four we. klv 'IHHII..M Court, and CHUNK, wlicroln I iilnln. INSURE '
I I \\'It".... my hiind .it n.1 friHnl, I tiff I .*.'..>kn. dlvcirri*, niHtoilv, I ami, sit 1\'
(uin.' E.waid and T. Wales to view Bok Tower and to Miss Sylvia Morse, sophomoreat You Hill probably find the gift cal l nl KtiiiHf' Florlil.i, this MIl)' liort ,,f minor I ..hll I iii. I'ral.forl POIIIIty Success
Stetson Mother's Day 1'to. 11147IHFFICI. Tclxiiraiih"" xhiill I pulillnli. I Ih InOro Canning
attended the Winter Haven to see the Cypress spoilt I ,
Landrum you want for our graduates, at : \I. ",:0\1.) A. .1. TholllilK.AH >r tn, leSt four,' weekly |NHII.*..
.,r.vention In Sarasota Gardens. They returned home via weekend with! her parents Mr. Scott's Hobby Shop. l'li-rk ,.r NHliI. Coin WltniMw I inv linuil, anil iifrlclul"Ml follow
of last week. Haynes City where they visited and Mrs. W. R. Morse. I I Hv: l.uillli', v and Tue.d'IY' I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham .Vai'h: I II I lioiiKlu". OiihKHvlllK.I Fin. U. 1941. In th. Ball
W. Griffin /and W. T. Cook O. D. Bryan. Friday they spentat Mr. and Mrs. V. U. Lemacks and and children have moved to the Ally foi, 1'lt, ik-lil 41 6iv -' ( "SKAt.': ) .\. ... Thuma. InitructioiM

were guests Sat- Silver Springs! and Monday at Melvin Tbacher returned Wednesday ] Aa (" "'rk of ":"ld rourt.riy Blue Book ftuy one at
\Ugllatlne' Alvarez Lake' T.iK'lll.i, I I '
( dinner. I (7.
cottage on KlngHley P.
i Hit ill stat III'. .11. t.us'on U
r MM. O J. GrlffJn. Jacksonville Beach. to their home in Alexandria, for the .summer I lltlVlt. .'....1&In \. IV C.! 55- itl v'r,. ft AtlilfrMoii, Ui'fin CoveMprlnitii your groe.f. or tend I

Mooty visited hers Just a few left. Aim's Mummer Va., after enjoying a visit herewith t'al" Kin ,
Harry in wt. nvn union Hultn. Mrs. Ludie Lemacks. Mrs. Bowie M. Davis of Jack- I Karl:. "l llonrnl rinliillff, 5'.. ..IanIn Atty. fur I'lf. 6 IH UI 10< with name ond i
St. Peters Only
the Milton I llpiimt.. I Offi'inlnnt, -I('HMO No.5H.ISOIM address to- : !
mile Monday night; 4 to a customer. ALVAREZ. Mrs. Joseph L. Emre Jr., returned Honvllla Is .upending sumo time in I >I-U: OF ITHI.l'ATIONAM (" For ,
Ktuinui "ntlis ntiunp pad
to Starke Thursday after Starke because of the illness of I : ii Nt)' 'll'I'3 TI AI'I'KAU |
I STATB OF 'A.ltll' V lo: Ink rubber stamps lulrr. nuinberrra All MOIHit COMPANY
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. her son, James Davis who Is a ,' .
Janlo lliai .t, whoa mlilrvHH la 4131 sets' The TELI OnAPll. MOIM< Indian. .
Beck In Rldgefleld Park N. .1., patient in Shadycrext Hospital. | tri} >on C"rlI'ul.t"' 1I1 :2421 Clu- .
I vl.ln'telOhl, I.'. *
the past six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 13. Alvarez You, I lo ii mien,' nn
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Tatum of returned today from Washington, I!' .TIIIIH;, Iftri 1I 7:1'r".I: :: \ :al h n\u naliifill ; : i
1 'ourt unit. ,'n,II"I', ulu>l si ln .plaintiff CLASSKFED
Jacksonville were guests Sunday D. C., where Mr. Alvarez attended sock dlvorei anil I'tmtoilv' of

1 -THIS ATLANTIC EQUALS ANY BEER I'VE afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. an executive meeting of mluketmanagfl'II. minor I. rhllilrin.I FNitili'ord, Coiuiiv, l -_ .
,1'. ...II.II"h Hhall I I i>nIIlnh' thla' or ,
ltv I l HOVT I"utttll'l'-.automniil.a
DavlH. )'Olt VOI'lt ''All win a new I lilli'-
TASTED ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD" In ni. xt four weekly IHHIIUKVhniHM ImniPillnlrInnlnlliilloii I tlon >, Wmlnnailiiv. I Hi
I'llll.l'O I nulo rnill" "v. ry: I' m r rI
\ ht tid. niul. ,,""'1,1, I : : ,
Mr. and Mri Krrol Alvarez moved -, Mrs. Dona Moore of Gainesville ) An 'low tin IC roo I i'u: I Uivtaluik M.irkvi.
I Hi'iil in Mtaikc, Klorlilu. I Ililn .May KIII-i'IIKIM' > HAHIO HKIIVM'KCuutt :. Hut or ", Wednesday into their new spent part of last' week with her 14. p447. at :MinllHun,,...IH. llnII"- I I

home at the corner of Orange and brolher-ln-law and sister Mr. anti 1 ..1".. you .

The Premium Beer Lafayette Streets. Mrs. J. B.. Sapp and Mr and Mrs. l.ni-lllf C. ,'.."....... l I'. (' sell your Junk",| ultra, bitierlns.ral ,
in I or rnnliil I nml orui> iron.ll .
.. ,
I 7.11,11 II. llllllKlllH. tlulllllKVlllK. Fill
.t the Popular, Prim Mrs. Mabel Wall and'Bon., William W. B. Mundy. I I Ally fur, I'lf. !It-Ill 4t rt-a LIST '-U'nItl.: CITY .\:\'nI1l' I >Kli, ".'t. .prli.'. "N |ii K I t"il l JnikMort
Duncan, are occupying an 1 \ tito \\ii' > It lfli f l'U., I''nll'IIIIY"'
Quality iigh. |>rlrH right! lilfts1 ---- !lINE!Ii! ruopEitrv | Jiickmin. ill I 411 W. Hlnrk tfII.
apartment at Tenth and Church for graduation at Srott'i llolthyShop. I' t'iiiti i I' s-sit iii'. \itroitit .
TLANIC ""'"; "";
4.ALEA'ND I Iii S'l'% 1..401.Ii. 5. IV S M \V. .eII"
Streets. Mr9. Wall Is lecuperat- ;;
!; I I < I'llt.: 1S1! \ lt(1.\ lNilnUeI: rnilloa nml,
lag from a recent serious IIIn(>89. ruillri-phoiioirr.ipliM', I'ay ua I Ilitl' 1 I h.
t Mis. S. D. Phillips nnd l childrenof Wllliu Ma .liihiiHtono. I'lnlntlff. vn.llrnion .
\ I P srnou"r 55:1.1.4: 1m" IIM $1 I it '''.*..IC. I'1,1',''l.i'tq aivllHfn. ".
(ER Dr. Wilmot Brown and family HlliHell .liihllHloni" '. l 1'I'n.I. !! : ,
: Lawtey spent Mother's Day I I Ion 11",111.,1 "ir vour tiiiiify
ilant ('eu" No 1.84.1.I IIlltlinil
of Tallahassee were gunts Mothers' I Ovrl.C ,uis-rrti.e? ofIr ......". I ii'k.' Hlll.l'llr'lll: 'IIAIHO I HKUVU'H -
with her Mr. and Mrs.P. OF IM'IU.ICTIOV\ L ; ; : .
'Full of Good Ch..rJ. parent, ,I. TO proirrtr. n... m.III. ..,rr frtiirt, ut MuillNun troeiu.slw .
Day of Dr. Drown's mother, M. Barefoot. I 111'1'1nl": FMIUIIlA I lo (III.CHHI Sale.. of ILiiiim_ l.'irin. It

Mrs. G. W. Brown. Charles W. Cailton ban been I"I.'u'.I..i" I 1111".11 .Jh Imbue. wh"... terpiu.rp.' fliyrs from nil. ..%i.r th.
___ Truman's hut Hale "1'i.Hldi'iiiM.I IH unknown, Worlil. TV.. .inn ll.tln.. IN'l .MACIIINKH\: : 1If1I'AIII"'I.I -..
right our
making frequent trips to UainPKvllle Vim an1" "rMiilriMl'| lo nppvnr on I F. STKOUr!\ ) REALTY AT.KNCYIbprrxrnt4vl : : nil niiiloN.,, : .ultirti: ; In or "j'.I:pmlal:
can't go on former. 10 Percent where he has been takinga I .f..a,no, I 1ft, I 1147 In tho nliovi* natiudCourt I vi"mtt iriiaranti'oil' 'iiiit, | ,
Reduction !Sale! mil* Saturday 8 H>.nl' ,*ilUHo, uli,*ri.n|, plaintiff MUy Hv I'niiMoiuililiWD. !' ; cull;:,,I 1 f,.r imd: ii>- t
aeries of x-rays prior to under I H .fkM .1 I I trod County liverVrlt to NvwIiiK filichiuie" Itvluilr -
p. m. ALVAREZ STOKK.) going an operation.Mrs. I !'I'ei'gI'iuiuIi I! :: | situ: :inu; :. ;', :t.\:;:\In llrili,: :>r F. r. IIOIXINOHUOKTII i41.ip, | lion 1)1.1.) MIIIH* '
In ti"xt four, weekly |MHII.>N, lie !tit.. Walnut st. 4,1', S'Itt'"
Mrs. R. C. Jr. and
Weaver t
D. W. Moore spent last
x\ltm'HH lilY I Itunil. nmli"al ." 11111,
Miss Coylls Weaver of Jackson- week In Hampton with Mr. and ,nl HIHlkc. Florida' I l hi.. May foil I ItMNI Twu-rmmi, fiirnialiuilniult '
kind -
MATTKKMHKH: of Mil r novatudi i
ville were weekend guests of Mr. K, ID47 and iiii-nl KfiiNonalili. *. f'loaa. I IIK '
Mri.' T. F. Brown. fiirnltur u..hnl..d
IIIKKH'IAI' 5I'7,\ I.) A. .T. Tlionmif :
ION I Mllxt :.Ma.tlHuli ulri-H, Hlnrkatf' ,,
and Mrs. W. H. Smith at their Dr. J. C. Dubone and son O. L.. AM, Clerk. of an III Court. rerinUli. Drop! in K card (CVI .
,Hy I.iu-llln' C Conner, 1>. ('. flASTINIIH MATTHKH8 CO..
home ,
on Spring of Vero Beach were visiting Mrs. .1. C'. I turrit. nt-D. lHtnvllli. >. Fin' ISO. Palattea. Fin. tf W a: III El J 'u-c 18: IMIIOK.H 10 I'liR: '
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson and D. W. Moore Saturday. MI)'. for Plf., .10I 4t6 ('I N'I' cm all mnruliiLiiillaa In ouv. *
children of Dothan Ala., spent FOR 8AMJ- .u d..onn. nniia*.. BW stork. htit tithing. tutljy, Thin i l'n.
Mrs. T. F. Brown and sons, a. Bay W., Btark. Ko..ll.mlcnnilltlnn diictlon, will I taut for un lnd.ritill I I,
J. E. Newsome Has Mothers' Day here as guests of Emory and Frank, wer visitingMrs. IV 4-IH("I IT I f>l air asia.\l>K Bought Mrs. H. A. Lawson. SI'S. Fl.Olllllt. S IINKH1. '.1 rne.ntl). Atiraoive oonven-.
D. W...Moorfl Sunday morn- C !i'-at .I'.?. for Infiirmatlon write CONWUI/I' I. P. HOW KM., tlpI.I'
Mrs. i B. Lawson and, Mrs., >t. XV'llllaiii; dnrenoa. tennis, 1'luln-, : UainC.- uallat 1II0"Iu,%,, and,, Healer HtaOn .. I t
.. 4 ... '1 Ing. Mm. Brown had. Just. re- ..,..., P. J .1)l1I", I1n < ypn"un. "u'uty, .. ... .. I ..
?ACKHAM'S ... L. Lawson spent Tuesday In Uff, is Mnry -Ann T.ipiil' 1> ,1. yule or" T.IlIo, I4JKJ. i'rlc sod ILesu8j. 1 .u. 1I'f! \
: ,
; daiixhter ,
turned from visiting her alit fanf N. RB4J If i tr f.iillt, Clark pLtie. B ..I. .4. .
GainesvIlle.Mrs. Mini Weent in Oltl'KIt: ole. l'UJ1'.1c'ATIOSSI' IS.BOO. .., Stark. 'on .Jld. 'SOO. Iconic for .
Kathryn ,
J. R. Kite and Mrs. R. A. .\ MtTlfM( TO API'lilL 'Sign. 41 r> '.1 It I
Elizabeth N. J. and stated that HTATK OF KI.OHIDA to: ANY TYPE! dump truck hnullnv..
Paint & Body Shop Green spent Saturday In Jackson- Mary Ann l) 'nnlH, whoa. r..hl..n AUK> fill dirt for Halo, dullvxrnd.Hrudforil KDIt. HAI.K-Hot wait taSk, 4Onil I
she frost while
flaw there. In 1111 1liiHitlHlit Avvnuv IIoI..dl..n. Kns-ln."rln Co. I'hon uoyiuiily, CIte. k. ttiuuuiv. f.
ville.Mrs. New Jerney fit It HIIUP. tr
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil R. Moore ;
K. E. Ca'nova Is spendingthis You urn required to appear nn
Located At Orange Bus Garage week In' Gainesville with her and sons, Charles Larry and silo.. tn. IP 17, In Ihn nbovu nammlt. .. Now limy tort illil, It no. why clint I f
James David of Lake Wales. .',itirt ,and,, "'a iNn, wherein. phil si'Altuylr W* jiilV* ItHlfllWIOII-
son F. A. Canova. tiff aiifka dlvoir*. 4ranffinl County. 16x16 IIUTMENTS ,vvcrythlim" In oUr atu/. IC/ fl<;jl-
10 Percent Reduction Sale Mil visited. Mr. Moore's mother Mrs. Ti>li>itraili| slush pnhllnh Ihlll lirilur r10NT In Mcuurd with/ the 'rnsl-

at D. W. Moore over the weekend. In n"xt four weekly .laiiu.N.Wllnxna Moved on Your Lot daiit'H wi.".,. ALVAOI1IZlitel, : .; ) JO
[Wheel 00 l over Saturday 8 p. m. tny hunil nnd nffli-litl, I
Alignment Electric Welding ALVAREZ STORE.Mr. Mlm Grace Lewis. and Miss seal nt Htnrkc/ .Florliln. thin. May I Set on Foundation Stilt\ H.kl.W-klliirtrla: ...wliut mil*
II;. 1-41. rhlna at J. *>, Kobart. ,
and Mrs. Ben Peacock of Lenah Scott of Jacksonville were lOKKh'IAI.. MI .\4.) A..I. Thomas, I $225 Hturka, itla r

Paint and Body Work Atlanta", Ga., were guests Wednes. guest Sunday of Mrs. W. A. A a Clerk of nald Court.
Hy ..,...111.. C (',,"n..r. It. C. I I 1'l.ld'riNl'i ; red..i..(itil on all I llumw I I
day of Mrs. S. E. Brown Ice and Swanhom and MIsts Dorothy Marl. .In J. I'oarl.. 1103 ilralmm IIMK. In our. store fur, an IndnClnltx

General Auto Repairs Mrs. J. M. Brownlee en .rout to Swanbom. I .lackaonvlllv, Fin. 1 fix 18 IIUTMKNTS |I.'l'lo.l. VV. are faUn* In IC... with I
Atty. for I'lf. B-l 4t '-S / .i 1'rralilnnt'a, wlah for An ov..... f.f.Ih.
Daytona Beach. Mr. Peacock lathe Before you buy urr the graduation ] !! '," ALV Itr'.&
0 f.o.l Hliindint IOIII'L';;: : : I
$3:> Camp
"I son of the late Mrs. Estelle. "fcltts, at HootCn. j $ flrotlKKVICIIH

Your Bugg Peacock and grandson of 1 Mr. An,! Mrs. George It. Powell I pan: HAt.K In any qimnIlly -

Patronage I Will Be Appreciated the. late! MaJ. Thoa. E. Bugg who of Newton., N. C... are spending JUSTRECEIVED fwed: Building :Material SIding I ut iniirkvt' price: At <: ittui'itiiin'N : t
I l Kami, 3 ...\\1.... south "r-
I practiced law In Starke for several two weeks here with hi* mother, SaSpi. Klwtrlo Flxtiirm. 4 ft.i'lsaoreseent .-- Hiaikit on, Hlxhway J.0. ttp. '

years back in the 'OO'a. Mrs. Laura Powell and with his &
I l.tght Mnnlt .
I.'on 1t.\I.11, rh"Rp l.owIh.r' (0.
brother-in-law and Muter Mr. and Siie'etrot'k I..aavsrustories. 1'uU.'t "iiw, tiOiliiile. w 1 I h 1.owth.'r
-- Mrs.. J. H. Fields. I 'Iul'h, S horeepowur Ifl.iu,. 1
Men's Dungarees }lztures. 1I.m. C'. "mlih. S inline nnrlh '.1' I
SENSATIONAL Buy and SAVE Ats44'Le Weekend guests of Mrs. Ara I..wt"y opt, Jlhrhwl1Y :100. lip &.\\110 t I I

Moitt Included Mr. and Mm. W 1.50 Each i
Denmark SEE J. J. PIEKSON foil HAI.K)-rurnllilr. .. lea hoes, :
Quality W. Carter, ..f Lakeland Mrs.Georpn KlovcN ul Frnm- Uooinlnv. MOIIHMut

Cook. of Miami Mr. and II (;ate Camp HlandinKKf I KlriKKlcy" I Lake. ",fI... m. Knxl' ,
Merchandise Only ICrotiiurmit Can. b.. *... '
'I (, Mrs. W A. Moltt. of Lake Worth, Pillow Cases75c tin'... n at any

fJtiufiNiiiI1iItIl ___ __ ___ __ ___ __ ___ __ ___ __ ___ Iii Mr. and Mrs. ftp 1.111Ilf.I..1t
C. P. Tl on. of
... MANY OTHER ITEMS iI Jacksonville and C. T. NA 1.51 nit HUNT for mininiir.-. I : IPWIl. BALJ.J-. ran... muai-a,
.... Buaaley, Each furnlMhnil, il-rnom honnu and a-loimin. furnl.hKl, two ,,,II..loe
arty .
J : of Lake Alfred. 11 R..riwill] rliotrli' llnhln, i'It'" ., lund sh'wer. ruiiiilnit WilIer \In !.1 l I
11liilil NOT LISTED HERE rooms, gee' heat ,
: automatlu DA.
xniith hlKhwwv ion
4 n.II" < ,
2 For $1.00 ] ,
Mrs. Kffle Johns gall .sac hot water .
spent Friday hnaior,
UWoJ", Itt I.
Ii Tim Thomaii f'uinplirllK" .lum I..I.. ,'10.." lo. 'J76I>. .....,... 1
.-. SALE. and,I Saturday in Jacksonville with l"i''* i 141. I'Itllk.' 411'l 5-Id n"" N. Walnut Ut.
_ IiIII ur write box. I
her" nelccfl, Mrs. J. J. Gross, and 13M.! t9rke.:' if ft< ,
III Straw HatsMen's. I'llllCKNT:
hoc. sister Mrs. Menu McCrutch-
\'EW on all moore'h."I" In linn with von HAr.P!--f'nmblnatlon wood\ *
SHIPMENT, NATURAL FINISH (Red) eon. She Is spending today In our I'roDlilonfn, r"'lu.| ...t for a r'l- Hlwl' rriwilr Ch"ii mnrbln ry, all
Gainesville.For. : flays, Ladies' diirtlon. III prlcuBHTOIIM. 'LV.\U"Z: now Idianonnbin. f I"I Unit: I b.'- .
iaUH, I mum li>... Ht rka. J. t'. .

Ceder Chests 95 wedding portrait. see T. II.flbnrne. 50c EachLadies' ll.rml. nor. ('.nti>r *: Urored, Ht. ..

Kt e a With Locks 47 = 011. tri.lrl. l l III'. U lt w rrt.-' 5'llt N.\I..-1'11.-11& !..>!. ..rfli-cr.
Rising Trays Blouses llorai-n 1.1. 1I11nl>lon, .Klu. Zip hutmrnl.* (iialil* roof, .o...l ,-on.ilitli.n ..
SOLID IV iIRI IT sot air pin "....H.. itomplnti I 'with windowS
= :
RED CEDAR 01 v'n', F'ORlnt.1 ,,,,. 1.25 Each Full H.\f.K::-W.'".. Just roi'Klvixl, anew n:nil. liofir*. H>* Carl John at I
( KHV.Jamoa Hlumlonl I'lly Hull mark. IIKi
jj'Mers on Bottom For Easy Moving Will More Than it. Irwin Jr. plaintiff: vu.S'I..renee ftomlniitnii. Auliiiniltlo niarvln, tabiiInt -
Ve Its Hhiill, Irwin, DnfandnntC'aK 3.85 ., ,. .It KK.NT:: Apt. In new homo.
Price In Army Boots r a .
Months. I'vt.
Clothing In 12 No. 1\1I23 (t'nnt. H..* I Ir. try It. rnlrnno* l.ulh Will runt
..ro.rt: 1)5' to coispic| or 1 .lrl..
.. .
buy Itt! 1149 plu 1491 K d tun.Hradford .
!Buy! A'QrK Price ;; NOTICE TO AI'PI'AH: .. flint n... houa.. ffortinr Uraittfi >
Of This Spgc/a/5a/e Tolr ruph.HTHAV
TAKE BTATM OF FT.ORIDA to: House Slippers f.itaynlt. Mt*. I.o.. bl.. UKlrit I
Mm. Florrnn Phull, Irwin, whoa* 1
rwliUniand. ...'..ru. la: R4* 1" ". 45c 95c Pair MflK nark brown mar. MAM1--floovr r>-.ln.. vanuiirn
Round Mirror Wheat Walnut Finish mora St., *%, Kilward tialdwin will gray fate. HI my pl*<'.. Own-. Clvanar with all attacrmMnrM
; or Klvr.ldo, N.... .J.,..", Cr may huv. by paylog fur Ca-C iced two. monthan: .t Silo will
You are required to appear on and advurtlnlnv.. It, K. Uorniitiy, ..II for f<*. Henry Walon }h.l.
Jim, II. 1947. In the above named Ladies DRESSES Itt. I. 'ark.. lIp Ho. 4H4' ....1'.... Itp1..olTIom

Bedroom Of Court. arnka and dl raumt., Bradford wherein: County plaintiff :: 4.75Girl's my pastors flatr Iron 1

Suits Consisting : T.l"arah ahull publlnh this Crd.r Rayon THK PKHSON who r"mor".l *0 gel. gray horna, about Two Iba., 4 or .
In fleet. four weekly laauoa.Wltntnii oil tank from my..'..* l Ic. .'> yr", nil. Inane <:ll|>p..|. |:) reWNr.l. ;
my lined. and official. known If not returned. In .a few' t,. K tlval. Hrook.r. lip ,
peal at dtark., FloriSts' thin May DRESSES 2 Boudoir Lamps a. "47. :!u.t.ljf.W A. K. Craw, 2SI N. L.II"':
* I Chest lOFFICI BRAt) A. $. Thninua, I Size 1 to 10 Walnut. It" lo 0'1'. Com and select your "
1 54 9J An, flrrk nr call Court. color .unit dvalrn.. 107 M<.iMi.hou
I,,.. tI,. ....
; ('. ,ii,.
Mattress By I.IK'IIM f'onnar, I>. Cr I 1.45 Each OKRHHMAKINO at AI/rP1RATrONtI) I
1 Fluffy .....
I Frank .drum. St.rk.. Fla., -Mr.. Wm. ('. heath lllKkway
1 'OK> HA .
Drop Front Vanity (RE Designed for Comfort Atty. for nr. I-II 4t CI.' 1 nil) I lit mllia UK of Ottarka.Name sales. t.n--4ironery good loonllim hualnaaa. rionij.
I. on ..t.. lip l.o".n, xnuivmviit. il
C ;;; ;; iv riBri IT 'OIHT. nil. tnrnimc Ladies' Shoes Can..be..up- large "
nr vrnall -
j .1. Hriiail
1 Thin colorful drop 5iI ''IITr. FLOHU' I t SItS-: Inventnimf. II
Panel Bed 1 Coil SpringS .:Mr. ( fill .U.Io-T.p""n.:: heavy w(.. J'hoiiM 129.:; Hlark! (U. ',
vanity. anlqur I .-<.lr JamThomna Kr: M.r. flnlntlff, I. x 24 f(. f..- tche'st. modern panel (Heavy Anitle! Base) va. Cora: Bllaatx-th Kr.ldsr, Ilef en.danC :1.75 i PairSANDALS N.inabl.. Melvin lnirl'' *, North or I.J .K'" r'HH HAT.Wllrnry All,... I
1 Rench 'I".nt// Stabilizers both sides .'..... No. un Miurka on Jnrkaoiivlll Kua.l. lip horn frfrm. loi'at-ii I mil M north I J
: of .. ,
feomprises a beautiful OKllKR: OF PI'DLI"\TION |I..y on s .I KruileJ rid.

t lion PLCS the ANli .NOTirH 'r() APHKAIIOK Port I.P'-M..d.rn h'", .*. U. lO. II/* at"?.K; 140 ar. unilnr >.l.tlvation l. !

C 1 STA'rio fVllir( & to: I Mr., K. haley O..n. Dl., .It....*. and nut: a toinn 'In urn
Red Spread listed mercluUMllne. 2 Comfortable PillowsIT'S "..,. V.1..b.lh ICrld. whuwr roadwnr For Small Children HP 140 aerna Per,, ha a 7 6iilldliitfHi. ; I
(4 dwnlllnic h and gmat
_, .,- addr v I. Rout. 1, L'n ,
Ion City Pa. 95c Pair '<>.nlltl/ Two duep. : '
you are required to appear an FOIl :AAI.R-Man'* ...I..thlnl'.nd wlla. auKm of ibx beat farmmar.
A FACT YOU CAN PO BETTER AT Jun.' 1 M. 1947 la use. above namlnurt chess at 10 percent radui'tlon. lund. In tha county A ehanfar
und can *, wherein plain- Half* antic. Hiitiinluy. I p. intrtltllK ] u K'>o>> .hay' 1(1,1wit and lake at !
I tiff a..ka dl : Bradford County: NICK'SBargain ALVARBZ It lo
.K.rah tour ahall ublf.b.. .lhl.. Order .tc-T..II. blllfokl ...un la'"' .. JOHN FURNITURE CO. la neat weakly l o I roil KK.NT trnfurnlahfd room ...._
H. DENMARK WKaMa my hand. and officialal with bail. )Ira. E. haley ..10C..I. "Mr. driver 11. ,wIth> nitmw.' '*

.U.. Iff1.at "'trh,. fk>r4a! ihla MarOFFICIAI. House ... DC. lip Ixiat Wld.Albert Jn llin.oa..r a_r >Prle lo
BEAU)) A. /. ; tttor*. lip .
A. rl rhf b. Cois .
-ilra. U. U. "taritag. ...II..r.... FOR SALE-Sam. .
sews, and ""it.
Irficllla O.
.- -- L_ T.Ky Frank Conner,' D.Htarka C. F1*., HprlaBa-. ,, Rt. '. ""a 14. Htarfc. I a r.... t9trn. ft- H. A.. f;....,.... I
: for PJr."n. .. Itp 1-2.1 near Varmar arMat. ,
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. . . day and Sunday. . . S small daughter, Delaine, left Saturday ter, Margie, of Gainesville, Robert

Theodore Melton and children, for their home in Little Norman and Laura Jackson of I Longer Wear .
GrahamBy of Waldo, were visiting his HamptonBy Rock Ark., after being located Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs.
mother-in-law, Mrs. Albert Willis, L. II. Flitch here for the past seven months, Wesley Rowland and family of t Through Expert Re
Mrs. John McKlnnfy . . . while the Patterson brothers were Kissimmee.Mr. aNEW
.. . . . Sunday. LIFE FOR
employed in Gainesville. En routeto OLD
Mrs. Leon Wynn and children and Mrs Thurman JoneS SHOES]
GG1Xt{ Roy Roberts, of Starke wan the returned to their home here Sat- FAREWELL; DINNER FOR Arkansas, they will visit rel and sons of Theressa were visiting -
atives In Decatur, Ala. BIGGS &
guest of his parents, Mr. and, Mrs.C. urday after spending three weeks HAMPTON: SCHOOL GRADS their parcnts, Mr. and Mrs. BAKER
B. Roberts, on Mothers' Day. hi Tampa with relatives. Honoring the graduating eight Mr. and Mra. Leo A. Wiggins Edward Norman, Sunday.Mr. 105 W. Call St. Starke
and daughter, Marie, of Jackson- Fla.
Mrs. Maude Graven la confined Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas grade of Hampton Junior High and Mrs. Gordon Jones and
ville, spent Sunday here with their,
I, to the Shadycrest Hospital in and children, of Hampton, were School, a bountiful chicken'and daughter were visiting in Brooker
? respective mothers, Mrs. H. B.
i Starke for a few days due to ill- guests of her parents Mr. and strawberry dinner was served In Sunday.
Wiggins and Mrs Ida Maxwell.
ness. Mrs. P. O. Starling, Sunday. the school's cafeteria Wednesday Edward Norman is on the sick
night of last week. The seventh Mrs. Wiggins also had her son The Time
I Earl Broughton, of Jacksonville; Mrs. Hilliard Broughton spent list this week with his hip out Now Is To Have
y and
I grade wag host to this lovely and daughter-in-law, Mr.
t was -visitor to Graham SaturHiIt's the weekend here with her son of place. We wish him a speedy
event. Mrs. Orte Wiggins and family,
and daughter-In-law. Mr. and Mrs Gay bouquets of gladioli gracedthe of Staike, cut her guests at that recovery.
Carl Broughton.Mr. time. Mr. and Mrs. A.' J. Carver of SPRAYED
tables where the young folks
and Mrs. Dudley Hines, to this
have moved
; vSOMETHING and their Instructor, Mrs. RubyM. . s C I Lake City '
Jacksonville, Sunday
of spent
section. They live In the Emory To
Underwood, were seated. / Will Be Able Do Only A
here with relatives. His mother, Lewis house, and we all welcome
Mrs. Lizzie Hines, accompaniedthem Mrs. Nlta Johnson, cafeteria RisingBy II them to the community. Limited Amount of Work
home to spend week. manager and her assistant, Mrs. I Elam Lewis of Starke was visit-
Percy Jones, his mother, Mrs. Clifford Prevatt, served the din- MRS. EDDIE NORMAMMOTIIKR'S Ing in this section Sunday even-
Sara Jones, and Mr. and Mrs. ner. . . . FIRST COME FIRST SERVED !
Dugger Jones spent Sunday afternoon Following the banquet, movie DAY REUNIONThe ing.Edward Norman of Kissimmee
here with Mr. and Mrs. comedies were shown on a screen Is spending a week: with his par-
annual observance of Moth-
See J. R.
by Frank Brown. This event Wainwright
C. B. Roberts.Mr. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Norman
er's here
marked the beginning of a weekof Day was by
and Mrs. John McKinny festivities for the young many pleasant reunions. I Fresh stock of excellent typewriter STARKE FLORIDAGreen's
1 had as guests Sunday his brother- 'grads" and their friends. Those who visited Mrs Maggie ribbons at THE TELE-I I
a M"tjA
wK 1 GOOD SERVKEPHONE : / in-law, Henry Youngblood, and Norman Sunday were her daughter GRAPH. Only 60o each for all :
their cousins, Mrs. Annie Ward SUNDAY SCHOOL SOCIALThe Mrs. Elvlee Driggers of makes typewriter and adding
150 and children, of Waldo. Intermediate Sunday School Llthla, Earnle Norman and daugh- machines.
class of the Baptist Church entertained -
STARXE TAXI SERVICE For stamp pad, stamp pad with a weiner roast at GrocertN.
I Ink, rubber stomp, daters, num- the home of their teacher, Mrs. I
herers see The TELEGRAPH. M. L. Watterson, Monday night. Why SELL Worked-out TIMBER?
n About-- twentv vounenetnorm- Weekend Specials ...
enjoyed the ; ilngn and among

the out-of-town guests were Pvt. It will show little or no growth.It WE DELIVER
: Roofing 45 55 65 & 90 Lb. Elmer Gay, of Ft. Bragg. N. C., will die sooner or later or be blown I it"
Miss Ruth Sibley of Theresaa, down by strong winds. Phone 86
and Charles and Otto Hlcka, Jr.,
of Waldo. At the present time I have a mar-
Thick RED, BLUE ket for worked out timber.
Butt Shingles GREEN" SCHOOL CLOSESThe ---- --- -

Hampton School, with an
enrollment of approximately 112 I WILL PAY A GOOD PRICE FOR RIB
students, closed its doors Wednesday .STEW lb. 25

p, ,i New Oil Range, 3 BurnerWITiI following to begin a full the nine summer months'vacation term. SEE IT N-O-W! BEEF ,

Attendance during the school year
was reported as unusually good, Edwin W. Peck k !Send me a post sera and Tall l Cans
Tricycles Strollers I will cometo BOO you. MILK 25c 5
;; Wagons, Baby and forward both to pupils the anil well teachers earned holi look ALL 2 for C

Phone 659-J P. O. Box 463 Gainesville, Fla.

} days.Mrs.. Ruby M. Underwood was
I 1st Johns Manville Asbestos Siding principal of the school during the .
} RiJ term just closed and Mrs. Ola M. = OLEO Lb. 40c
II, k Perkins has received the appoint- UNDERSTANDINGbased ,
ment as principal for the next

: ; Many Other Items school year. upon long years of wide exper
ience and Serving dignifies this funeral
James Broome and little
In Quality Hardware son, J. 0., Jr., of Orlando, returned home with a superior excellence in Best $ Bacon Ib. 49c
to their home following n handling affairs of sacred discretion.DEWITT Grade mo. c

week's visit here with her par- GeorgiaWATER

4I ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. John- ijc

son.Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Oliver and
Farmers' Supply Miss Joyce Oliver of Ft. Laud- C. JONES .MEAL ;51b. 35c
w i. week.erdale, were visitors here taut AMBULANCE SERVICE! I ,

Mr. and Mrs T. J. Aldermanand Funeral Director
MIKE MARUCA. Owner STARKE, .FLA. lions, Jay, Jr., and Bill, spent STARKE ,PRONE 7 I
f.Ir Mothers' Day in Starke With his ff AH 10c I Snuff -- 3 f for ---25
I mother, Mrs. O. W. Alderman. Our local funeral home enables ua to

Il I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hicks, offer conveniences and services not
b r of Jacksonville, were visiting relatives otherwise available.We Yellow Rose Guaranteed Self-Rising

rb1 4 CANNON And WEBB GROCERY ,I Mrs.and Jimmie friends Lee here Cole Sunday.anddaughter furnish the highest type service at the lowest price ar|

; Jimmie Clay, will leave accept ANY life Insurance policy in force issued by ANY com FLOUR 25 Ibs. 2.15
Iii ? today on a vacation trip to pony, as payment In part or In full on a funeraL Consultation
'" SPECIALS Wray, Qa., and Charleston. S. 'C., carries no obligation. ,
where they will visit relatives. _
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N'A tYy Frl.-Sat. ONLY 1 Harold Seley, of Leesburg, wasa I II
Mothers' Day guest of Mrs.

44r CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE Llnnle Seley. I
Mrs Grace Beal, of Jacksonville r
was a recent guest of her
16 Ounce GlassStrawberry parents M., and Mrs. J. E. Ad- :
kins. She was accompaniedhome ELECTRIC SERVICE & SUPPLY

Preserves .35 on Sunday by Mr. and Mrs.
Adkins and little Joyce Beal, who
remained for the day. ... ::s!
14; 8 Ounce Pkg. Circus Pack Mr, and :Mrs. O. D. Gay have I -
had as recent guests their son.
Pvt. Elmer Gay, now stationedat
f Corn -Beef Hash .23
- and
Ft Bragg: N. C., and Mr.: :
Mrs. J. A: Pennlngton. of Winter Authorized Dealers
'" 14. or r .... .. Haven.
/ 1-% Lb. Package Mrs. Thomas F. Brown returned
Sunday from a week's visit with :
Corn Toasties .- .10 her daughter Miss Kathryn SALES SERVICE
Weeit, In Elizabeth N. .1., and
New York City. Mrs. Brown's
'A tf : sister, Mr. D. W. Moore, of
QUAKER GRITS .12 Starke, has been of the NOR G E .
''Y (I - Brown's for several a guest days. Refrigerators Stoves (Electric and Gas) .. .

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Pattersonand Home Freezers .
Washing Machines .
daughter Benna Ruth Mr.
P. z.v Large Soap Chips .29 and Mrs. Alton Patterson and

IV .. I .... UNIVERSAL I '
--- Electric
Ranges Water
1 5T Heaters -
16 Ounce Can Broadcast r
Washing Machines Vacuum Cleaners .
And Small
Appliances -
Pure Lard 1 Lb. .25

100 PC. PURE ALL PURPOSE GRIND I T C R 0 S L L Y --- Shelvador Refrigerators Freezers .

'' i _'"COFFEE X'X" RELIEF.. Laundry Equipment Ranges Kitchen Equipment and Radios .

--' Rub on NEURABALM

SHOP" 39c 1. PENETRATING MAY TAG.1 .... Washing Machines Dutch Oven Gas Ranges.

Mtiicatioa) niton' *

rt Sliced ifa.....oUacomfona olp. Home Freezers and Ironers> -

Picnic 8 ?. STIMULATING *"*
.Clio. silt up
Breakfast circulation (.lBbtmkup > *
1 -_. coo- -- Small Appliances Lamps -

14 WHEN you ..soothing N........... oa Irons Radios
din dirnfcfctas aaou. It mm to word Innacly. - Toasters, etc -
Bacon Hams : Pun .. .: f. t swiss blood
I =- through ronnnnd tiesrp.- .
lif* to wnn.d oauaclM. Th. miair- ,
IM cauwd. .by. er.nn..apon.r.,oc. fali_> E U R E K
Sr. nl liav d. Scientific namch INeu A --
Nrarabalm works. /_ and .'."HIP. Cleaners Home Cleaning Systems -
AIM trand for .he ratiaf ol *
(ache mM suck. ...... back "_eo. cIo_
'k t 59c lb. 42c lb. parr du< to cohia nnxliBi or lI..a.os
1 anaattona ol dl. akin:..stem.n..
Nwribalm la urmaalna and .Inl_ CDelM
.. ref_akin....*So to _roohins..s W his jv mac CLEAN ta .sod... -- -
I 4 Mlcom r.l.f (ran ocwalf it sod macular
.cbea nd Mrs nb riib Nmrabaloi.nla r.d MODERN SERVICE DEPARTMENT ELECTRICAL
NUCOAMargarine : .d. Slop 'bxtar ..fetl b>tnr.pralaad .
br uaara. follow dtractmcM io=

lb. 41c i NEURABALM .

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,VY 10. 19-11 BRADFORD

At The TabernacleMother'H For You", by Miss Edna Noegel a. m. Plana are being made -. .
News The evening service consisted of enlarge the Sunday School builj e es. two daughter, Maryann and Beatrice ATHLETES FOOT ITCH I

hunch Day services! at the a short :Mother's Day message by ing In order to provide classrooms I LAWTEYBy who have spent some time
Tabernacle fulfilled all expectations the Sponsor, and vocal and Instrumental for the older groups with Mr. Wells' mother. Mrs. I NOT HARD TO KILL.IN .

mien Church in Interest. Sunday the numbers The Originof The Westminster The School\ Efflo Miner returned with Mr.I ONE HOUR, i.nl0eoe i
Fellowship I'
Mother's . '. I
Day was beak U '
Sponsor brought given by for Wells. pli*Md roar ana nyBwahU d "
a heait-search- young people
Dixon, pastor of Mrs. Thornquest. meet In the '1'IC-Ot.. "1.'r50 !!? lun I..ld.,
j B Chapel at 6:30: Mr. and Mrs. talD" 8 n: PSNII'I"JI.A: :
Ing at the p. m. MOTIIKU'S Henry Heln and
Church, an- message 11 o'clock Solo DAY OnSKH\EI MOH ..rmi M JUt.L. ItM I
Christian; hour parts in "The Song My The Baptist Church Miss Linda Carradlno were week- j
on the "Story that's had a short
e following services for never Mother Sang", presented by the Bible Story HourThe Mother's Day program previousto \ end guests of Mrs.E.. Grltfltt.II Today at 'anova l'hannlW'3'I
been told"
Iv la. m sermon theme, basing the talk on mothers of the congregation, were the regular service I
;hip: va, Tithing"; 8 John 19:25-27.: There was a taken by Mrs. Mike McRae. :Mrs. Community Bible School last Sunday morning.morning A large i!
10 a. P'I special solo for the occasion entitled Ruth Roast, Mrs.
Drama "Your Ruby Goodmanand last Tuesday, coinciding with the bouquet wan given to the oldest We Specialize In ,
Mother Is Praying Mrs. C. B. Johns. In a similar birthday of Rev. W J. Churchwell, mother, Mrs. T. J. Terry. A

number "My Mother's Old featured the presentation of a bouquet for the largest complete
Bible", given by the teen age: cake and gifts to the Method! family In attendance at church "While You I
] ; Wait" work
group singing solo parts pastor. was shared by Mrs Joyce Futch
I were: Edna Noegel. Alma Jean I end J K. Wall,
Miss Oleta Green, daughter of Jr Each!: family
.I.Ioae Matheny, Leonard Noegel and had
Mrs. Nelson five members .
Green, presented the present
Isabelle Parker. Members of the I fine cake PROMPT SERVICE i jStarke's
Representing the entire jd
I Primary Department sang sweetly class Mrs Titus Olson and At the Methodist.\ church the
"Blossoms of Praise", There were pastor delivered a message lit
I Miss Kate Struth
theories Is that more families would eat bettermakfasts readings and a duet by :Mother i keeping with the occasion. Thooldfst '
of pet' gift a handsome watch band, and
nlY{ I
>f we homemakers would get more variety iota: and Son, an instrumental duet bill fold with Mother present wa !\Ira.J. Shoe Repairing
morning( menus. So how about serving a different kind of by Mother and Daughter and a I I engraved initials. M. !Moore and the second oldest.
fruit ur or cereal, or eggs/ fixed a new way tomorrow.morning? three-part recitation by three The large attendance of 107 was Mm A. H. Harlty. Both tile
IBet(: your family will sit up and take notice ?and "seconds"! Slaters. I I children" and 13 adults was present Mothers leeelved a large bouquet. 116 South Walnut Street r'[

CERIAl STARS BRIGHT SINNER The two eldest Mothers in the !: enjoying" the "Story of the Mrs. ]Moore\ has been confined to, Next Door To F. t'. IlollingHworth 1
from who lack! I TVn Lepers as related "by Mrs. her home for several months be-
i Ue them hot and Borne like Syrups canned fruits are rich group only three days'" I I
f cold but I find that every in healthful vitamins and minerals of being the same age house likes delicious but I couldn't get my family a Christian story book anda that she was able to attend church' T r
Uf/IELD CEREALS. to drink them till I hit on the of A simi I. on :Mother's\ Day .
corsage sweetpeas.
It'i okay with they're me mighty because A&P idea of GRAPEFRUIT combining them JUICE.with tang It lar gift was presented to one BrookerBy lJr. Shuler Peele, District Supt. ,

,Illbll"I/I, nourishing and add the extra zip these sweet Mother who has been faithful in of the Gainesville District held the I R. B. Alvarez & Son '
..I'tf_ thrifty. VerlBtilef .yrups need...and extra vitaminC attendance upon the services for Mn T. W. Markey fourth quarterly conference at the'
J too as well. I always keep a few about 14 Methodist Church. Previous
years. A beautiful baptismal to
. .
from the pack- cans of this refreshing grapefruit .
see service of three adults the conference he preached to a
age recipes. Try juice in my !! Mi'. and Mrs. Royce Gainey an.1two Transfer & Storage Co. I
them! You'll find with a jar into which I pouroall) closed the evening's program.; large and appreciative audience. '
children of Jacksonville
| varieties at jour A&P! left-over fruit syrups. The next outstanding. scheduled were The Lawtey Baptist Church Into
; event, besides the servicesIs weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.\ be
regular represented at tine Youth
1HI ItO( AND YOU Lee Phone 179
for dessert that's the coming on June 1 of Dr. Gainey. Assembly in Deland held. early in
icily ou can you're answer an these"eggspert"questions! simple Looking to( make a and simply super-super and Mrs. Morris, Missionaries to Mrs. Eldon Hardy spent a few June by their pastor, Rev. G. V. l
hit white eggs or brown eggs to eat? Then here's the recipe for India. Be planning for this Important days In Jacksonville with Mr. and Let, and by Mimics MaryrilU Dar-
twr' you I Cook together 1 cup of diced date as so much inspiration I Mrs Raymond Crews recently.Mr. Icy, Burba'a Moore, Jean AiiHtln Moving and We operate local and longr
J hell color has no bearing on rhubarb, U cup of sugar and 2 is gained from these experienced and Mrs. Russell Green and Grace CrewH. distance in
,uaJty., The breed of chicken tbsps.of water till 'and children were visiting Frank -l Anywhere i
,determines I the color. rhubarb is tender. WWll'\ '!W II'r; workers the Vineyard Thomas at Baldwin Sunday. Mrs, O. V. Lee la In Tampa tills ( the State of Florida. t
J-hBuld eggs< be washed before Add 1 cup of your \ ':I Mr and Mrs. Raymond Crews week an guest of her sister, Mrs, W
Jinu itore them? favorite berries Methodist Church"The I \V O. Klcklitcr ,
and and daughter Margin Sue, w(-revisiting
the film cook 1 minute .' Fast Careful
Vo. Water destroys -f' i Movingiff
Rev C D. Noith and Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. O W.
that keeps out air and odors.lhy then pour over 4 Christian Use of '
;\ me Ail' EGGS always slices of toasted, Money"will Barry during the weekend. !Mrs. I.. H. Flitch represented the I I
PARKER POUND CAKE be the sermon topic used by Church in
l Because they're selected and ..that wonderfully fresh, fine-tex- the Rev. VV. J. Churchwell at the returned to their home In Wau- : ('onfes.ence atV o r t h Ingtoii
I nspcctccl by experts and kept tured cake that comes from the First Mithodlttt Church, Sunday Springs Thursday of last weak, '
after vlilt here with Mr.\ 1
Ijt th, proper temperature to I A&P and tastes as if it had just morning at 11 o'clock There will chula a Miss: Slit, ,,gllt'rlltt'l' Wnlnwrlsht' ,
safeguard their high quality. come from your own oven! and Mrs. Lloyd Barry
be special I music by the choir. !I who Is attending Florida StuteCollege
Mrs. Paul Stewart spent Tinsjday .
I '
No evening service will be held,
I In Gainesville with Mr. and npi-nt last Sunday\ herewith
as all congregations will unite in Mrs. Charles Hardy. her parents, Dir and Mrs.
the annual Baccalaureate service
T. J. Wainwright
Mrs. John Cone was visitingMrs.
:In the USO auditorium. U.V.. Starling
Mr. and MrB.
Bill Plummer and Mrs. M. F.
y..r C6e5.. Study of the Ten Commandments
of Ocoee
and Miss Olene Starling _
a Hazen In Starke Tuesday after sM ; y
ry. w a
will be continued at Prayer were vlHlilnit their son and dnugh-",

Meeting Wednesday night. Every. noon.Mr.._, and Mrs\ Karnle Johnson' te'r-ln-lnw. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin }

J one Is Invited of Lake Butler spent Monday Stalling, recently ,
here with Mr and Mr... Btrt Miss Eunice Wllkerson, who la
4 'soI'lxJl Presbyterian Church Stokes. employed In Jacksonville, spent t '

Mr. and Mrs. Francis RUSH and last Sunday with her parents, Mr. 1
Subject of the morning sermon son of Starke were dinner guestsof and Mrs. B. L Wllkerson.
at the First Presbyterian Church Mr. and Mrs Vance Russ Sun- Mr. and Uln. C. A. McSwain : '. :
Sunday will be, "the Household were In Fort Pearce last Sunday. I

of Faith". Paul. In his letter to day.Mr. and Mrs. L. Kelley visiting their little twin inns i '
the Galations, calls the Church a I and sons of St. Petersburg spent Donmlet' and Ronnie, who ere
household of faith and Indicates several weeks with their
I part of last week his his parents
t some of the marks or signs of! Mr, and Mrs. C. S. Kelley. grandmother, !
faith, which sets the Christian Mrs. Oi JV. Barry, M..... L. J. A Howe, made a buslnesn"
\ :t. those outside the J Jacksonville last Monday. I' !
apart from Edwards and 'Mrs. Eldon Hardy trip to mI j'! a
/ church. There will be special I spent Tuesday morning In Gainesville Capt, J. W Edwards of Honey ,
music by the Young Ladies Choir Grove, Texas Is the guest of Mr. '
Sunday School begins at 9:45: / and Mrs. D. B. Harley this. wt !k. -- J
What is Good Mr. and Mrs L. L. Dyal < ,I
Appearance of Gainesville
children, Mrs. Netta Dyal and Mites Mattle Harley %
Maurice, enjoyed a Mother'sDay was visiting her parents. Mr. Jt
Worth to You? At4o dinner at the home of Mrs and Mrs A.Other II. Harley guests, on of Moth Mr. t"c t I It
4 Dyal's daughter, Mrs. Roy Mc- er's Day
A man Isn't well-dressed unless he's well- [t David of Gainesville Sunday and Mrs. Harley on Sunday were rK

pressed I Fastidious men know how important Miss! Bobby Mints and Illajane all of their sons, A. H. Jr., Herbert

well-cleaned, well-pressed clothing is Crosby of Jacksonville were week St. Clair, Daniel and Suinp-

to their 'appearance: Our flawless methods end guests of Mr and Mrs. L. R. ter. I
Mrs. D. 11. Harley and Capt. '

condition.keep your With precious the critical suits in clothing ship-shape situation Gainey.Mrs. Otha Dyal of Graham was J. W Edwards and Gainesville visited last Silver week half tAe cost of driving I

it will pay you to use our heartilyapproved visiting Mrs. Pitt Baxter Thurs Springs Frank Wells of Leesburg was UNION UUS STATION ,

dry cleaning even more frequently. ALL MAKES day.Miss Marie" Edwards of Jacksonville I here to bit with Mrs Wells on Temple Avi. ,Lacy Conway, \y\ hone 147
Mrs. Wells and
Mother's Day
Is spending a while here .
PHONE 133; Guaranteed with relatives. '
ROUT 315 Work Mrs. Earl Green and children _w- GREYHOUND
1'H1-/ Quick ServiceEASTERN and Mro. Earnest Edwards were
;REE.\, O Temple' shopping In Gainesville Thursday. EXPERT

!! AUTO Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green, and 1
Owner e u 1MNNNNNpe
Ave. SUPPLY children were visiting Rev. and
Mrs. McCauley In Palatkn re-
STARKE FLA. cently. We Deliver

-- ---- ... .... ----,- ... Pitt Baxter was shopping In

[ATTENTION BUTA PROpANE USERS i Alachua Mr. and Friday.Mrs. Ovid Lewis and i"iEE
baby of Jackxonvllle spent the .
weekend here with Mrs. R. 1 P.
iI Lewis. toe Package; Tender Leaf
Mr. and Mrs. Reddick Thomas SERVICEChan.
I of Lake City and Mr. and Mrs. 'r1. U Tea with each pound of tIChaHC

R. K. Dukes of Dukes were visiting C.
& .Sanborn Coffee ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis Sun .

day afternoon. ShepherdAt 1'urchased.: I .t''
Mrs. Hugh Rahn of Raiford was

here Monday visiting her mother, (:a8' Service Station "

Mrs. Bonnie Mott. SWIFTS 12 OMACARONI Ea. .
A party was enjoyed by a group
I of the Young People of Breaker, Prem Creamettes .08V :
;>ta "
\ fur at the Community Center Friday
I night. Mrs. Rosa Plnhol l ter .
\ I served a* chaperon Refreshments Qt. CLOROX 1-2 Gal. ;
of Coca-Colas and sandwiches -

were served. 15c BLEACH 24c

Mr. and Mrs C. S. Kelley were ,
II of Mr. and Mrs.
dinner guests
Jacksonville t'OI.GAT"J.IOUVE( : I FEET
E. L. Prescott of

k. a1al I Sunday.CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION y Vel Large Package 3 c ; j I! I

Fanners store grain In the summer GARDEN FRESH CALIFORNIA .
for winter' stock feeding. Tomatoes Carrots l ,

Housewives can food in season. 4t Too \
Cattlemen the late to Buy 19c Lb. 2 for 15c
store water during; :!l t

I rainy season. These things are : r% Re.idcDceB>lgkry t '

oU done when the supply is I Insurance.Inquire \WESTERN GRADE "A" MEATS J' :

available. Are you stocking .

Your winters supply of Butane- e I : !
now! Streak-O-Lean White Bacon 32c
Propane this summer when it, too is available? ,

Is your storage capacity large enough? See I Charley; E. Johns Pork Hams 39c: Side Pork 29c

us today and learn why you should increase \ Agency Pork Shoulders 32c Sausage Meat 35c '

tae: storage: capacity ol your LP-Cas systems. Pboae IS HFAIiKK. Fist '


BLADE>> GAS CO 'A& On-the-HIlnlt Phone 64 STARKE Service "*,r..ntineTNtTMVCLZIra.Hart/5N:........NrR. .. HENS lb. 55c '< :y; .' ft

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Total Berry Receipts Chas. Shepherd Buys Dorsey Brothers Bing Crosby Film CARD OF THANKS Recent Births Lawley gIrl) Judy kh
We wish to thank the many May 3.Mr. .
1r, 'n t Near $300,000 Mark Seat Cover Company Featured In Film Coming To ParkA friends and relatives for the beautiful Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Townsend, .

To Florida floral offerings and kindnesses Raiford boy (Tucker Alan), May and Mr[ t>h1llp J,
Returns to growers from the Sale of the Ward Seat Cove Coming tune-packed picture "East during our Mother's sickness Etarke, boy 'Philip,,

1 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gordon
at the Park Starling;,
it4 screen Theatre Sunday h I
around the $300.000 mark this Shepherd was announced this Leo Pete, Roy. and Jock Griffis fls Lawtey
to something especially to and Monday. Given strong Starke boy (Richard Warren), SaI1l1
continued to week Cletun Ward Lake (sons), :Mrs. Eva Sullivan, Mrs. ""I
week as "peddlers" by of their liking at the Florida Theatre comedy support from Joan Blon- Myrtle Priest (daughters) and May 1.: .May 7.

' pay an average of $::1 per crate Butler founder and former ownerof next Sunday and Monday May 18 dell and Mischa Auer, Bing sings Kindred L. Griffis, husband. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Morgan, Mr. and Mr Walter uj-j
for Bradford's rapidly-dwindling the business, which Is locate at his bent In this film. Completing Richard Jr., Starke. :
and 19. when "The Fabulous Lawtey boy ( ), May 14. girl (IKathl.) .
in the Gay Service Station buildIng the bill is the latent Issue of Beyond The Skim Mr. and Mrs. Vernle
1 crop.Since Dorpnys" In brought to the local I Padgett l'lelafay) 12,
Wednesday of l I".t week I' "This Is America" and News. When the ties on earth we sever
at the corner of Court and 'llcrt'en.
a. total of 1.078 crates have pained The rr.M-week' double feature And' the hour has come to die,
through the market' bringing; Madison Streets here Interlaced with plentiful offerings next. Tuesday and Wednesday will Grant that we may live together I
growers an estimated return of Shepherd, proprietor of Shep of "jive" and melody the bring "Gentleman Joe Palooka", Far beyond the skies. I.

$ .390. Totals for the season now herd's Radio Service here for the film accounts the rise to fame of with Leon Errol and Joe Kirk- ANNOUNCINGTHE
+ r Bland! at 42,091 crates shipped past 18 months. stated that the the Dot soy brother. Tommy and wood and "Deadline at Dawn" Many years we've been together
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around J2U9.900O5.! Jimmy -their trials at team Clouds have sometimes veiled
with receipts will tailored with Susan Hayward Paul Lukas
concern specialize In OPENING
Although volume is ,diminishing and their eventual success as the and Bill Williams OAR Massen, the sky, THE
and fitted straw, leather and plastic In sunshine bright or cloudy
leaders of .
fast growers state that with a separate 'orchestras.The Joseph Callela, and Lola Lane ale
little rain. and continued cool seat covers at reasonable Doraxyg are native of a seen In the supporting cast weather
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+ weather, email shipments! might prices with emphaslfr on prompt coal mining town Lunaford, Pa. The Friday and Saturday Mother, you and I. B & M DRIVE-I}]
d continue from here for( another service He came here from Griffin and had their musical beginning
double feature May 23 and 21 Traveling/ much has taken you
week or 110. Ga.( following his, honorable as the lions of "Professor" Dor-
teams a Charlie Chan thriller,' from me,
Small quantities of beans and discharge from the armed force spy a coal miner who also was On Highway 200 4
"The Trap", with a fail-moving Mattered not how much I'd try Blocks
also being handled at and resides In east Starke with
]potatoes are an Instructor In band music.
I western, Zane Grey's "Wanderer But the rest we'll spend together
I ihe market his wife and their. child. ,. Assisting the talented brothers of the Wasteland", starring James Mother, you and I. South From Call St.

Tommy and hit trombone Jim- Warren, Richard Martin and
my with his clarinet- the Audrey Long Completing! the I missed hearing you say good- "" .. I .

+ r For ,SAFETY, presentation of such memorable bill will be Chapter 5 of "Rex night;
(; numbers as "Marie" and "Green and RInty" and cartoon. I missed your fond embrace. All Kinds of SandwichesBeer
Comfort and Economy 'B", S Eyes" are many notable awing I. I pressed your pillow to my cheek,
musicians them are Art But that was not your face.
ON among
I11f Red Sox Top Prison, -
r Tatum Zlxgy Klman, Ray Batiduc She never knew the ways of sin Soft Drinks
OUR BUS SCHEDULES: and Charlie Barnett. Paul White- Lose To Branford -
Nor yet have trod the road ot

''I ir' 11 1 t. DOVND ". no r N nMl. R. IIOl'NHS man' -and bin orchestra appl'ars.f..sturlnJ Starke'a Red men. .
Sox split a pair **i '* < *
"!. l.awtvn1JKMI ...... 'le .. AUBB.llnVln I I'I'.llnkan.e. { Tommy, Jimmy and Ah, If I could be like her again: ** *
last weekend, the
: AM 14.111 A 0..1.1 Oreen Covet \l la U'vlll.l Henry Buase. Lovely Helen 0'- bringing sea
r :&.:1% A Mt2l Ullll .,MUilH Nose AM I InnS AM' son's standing for the local nineto Of such is the Kingdom of
Connell former vocalist with Southern
,. Fried Chicken
: AM AM llXB 7,214: Pit. Heaven.
total of foul wins and two
lOtlltt AM I''|:2U A Mjia IlIO IMf "I lake ( Hr t'I* Jimmy Dorsey and a resident of a
1 1 ilH A Mlinn I'MIlll.l Oren CT. Only. ...... nutlvri losses. ,IOn
f I't' : IM4r I'M Mk. !..*. omlrtHM 0.11 AM Jacksonville Beach, appears with Return Message
.4141 PM 14',,:, IMI .> All nil* PM Bob Ebi'rly. There are pleasant Saturday Coach CarsonGelger's Tell tht'n1I0t to be too lonelyIn & SandwichesOUR
NKMI HMIOKIH I'M Wvlll." AM nmlrtHiflll llnrlnn(..Inlhnnn Bmrhtin Til PM love Scenes an well with the story chargees stopped the I the home I left below Bar-B-Q

1 v will ItlitmllBM. 7,244 rti AMPitliKkfi' chronicling the romance of Janet State Farm 8 to 7, when pitchers They will not have long to wait

) .Q p VV'ls4 *Ir'IN MldtHrburill PM' Tddl 1'M.i onlri Blair and William Llindliran'. Jimmy God-vln and Jaka Keen I And they know the way to go. SPECIALTIES
iff V* A topflight drama .starring Ingrid teamed to hold .i For Courteous, Correct Information Phone 117Ride Bergman Is the theatre's battlers In check while the local r"", "..

feature for Tuesday and Wednesday batsmen divided hits In a sustained W.C.T.U. CURB SERVICE ONLY
Florid (;Greyhound Lines, Inc. BUSHes
; j May 20-21. Robert Montgomery offensive. The closely-contest

ii UNION BUS STATION co-stars with Miss Bergman ed game reached its climax In the If Jon are In a job which requires
last half of the ninth with
I Temple Ave. LACY CONWAYrent Starke, Ha. !in "Rage In Heaven. brains, Just rememberalcohol .
the score tied at 7-7 Buddy Bishop -
In .
The suspense-packed film rev> a htupefjing! drugWhy
hates the tory of a husband obKon.iccl tripled. Buddy romped across befuddle the mind you
l Y, with jealousy, who enacts the home plate for the winningrun earn your living with ?' ?' ? A
IStb the "perfect crime." on an Infield. error, productof I (Copied from Florida Good

Miss Bergman, who recently I a Krounder by Keene. I News)
Mothers !
The Sox were undeniably subdued
.,/1 scored in "Notorious "and "Spell- I
bound gives a brilliant performance by moundaman Hurst at
i s S't Branford on Sunday to drop one
as the faithful wife. "
: t to the Suwannee Rlvermen 5 to 2. v/
For The Finest Rounding out a week replete Hurst had control all the way, PHILTo
with attractive film fare the the- ,
1 stopping the Red Hose with 16
h Service ater management brings Lewis strikeouts and seven hits. Keene
Diaper t Milestone's "A Walk In the "
f; { L for the local Knowing on Thursday pitched well allowing nine hits. I '
Progress Is being made by the .
d That Modern Science and 'i and Friday, May 2223. City in the construction of the f R' .

Some critics have said that the local diamond. Removal of un-
! Research Can Produce \ Fit ANY Car Truck
famed director's new picture earthed stumps on the field west lf01YAIR or
equals-If not the bril-
surpasses- of the high school was made last :
e liance and of his classic
9 power week:

,f. We Furnish.Hospital Clean Soft,Sterilized "All Quiet' on the Western Front. Lineup of the team at present! because A bachelor he's, never lit always mlNg-takrn.right. .

f i ry i'"* Diapers =- Anti-Odor Metal I '.Container'- J "A Walk In the Sun" gives varies to some extent, owing to I e Only. JJQ

,, + ) 2 Two Deliveries Each Week. *:t, *, Dana Andrews Ms first solo star inability of some Ipenfto) : make "Did you hear about that
+ ., '" ring role, as Sergeant Tyne who road gomes. Jimmy Godwin and "fill
:"Vs BM fright George got on his
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r Keene sharing duties.
I'< Is suddenly confronted with the are pitching wedding day'"
4 GUI-trying burden of leading a Garland Godwin, In catcher' and "Oh I .. 42
All This' For Only A Few Cents A Day yea; war there 1 ahei. \
platoon from panic to victory Buddy Bishop is a regular at first '."
when the commanding officer collapses Other Infield assignments. are beIng e IMMEDIATEINSTALLATION

(- under the strain. divided among "Shad" Bryant, The best reason a stork I
4! $) IDfE.t) Mrs.tI' Mack MtGrlfr, Richard Ray Al stands on one foot li-If he'd

Mrs. Florrie Wills Harley, Charles: Mooney' and Gene lift the other one .he'd fall.
IlartmannftCiec Frogg. 44 44 e.
Buried Sunday Mooney Keen, Jimmy Godwin "Have been the
you touching
\ ( \ 52-J and Harley have also alternatedat barometer, Jane?" "Yen' Ma-
Mrs Florrlu R. Wills 70, u right field. Other outfielders SHEPHERDRadio
'mR. Ifw night out I net
my so
I'1+ I Ii In lifelong resident of Starke and are definite. with Geiger at left, It for 'fine' .,
Bradford County died Saturday and Keene at center e *
morning in Lakeland at the homo Bryant leads currently In the
i of a niece, Mrs. Clara Carter, with hitting. Kcnls, Bishop! and Geigerafro You' for can'fine net too.your If speedometer letur
I whom she was visiting. She dad are butting over .300. you
1 give jour car the 'I '"
beenn falling health for
kit many ,
THEATRE months. ahead' "signal with our quality
gnu, oil and lubrication net
IW, a STARKESaturday The body wa n'tin'lied to We wish to thank our many net for Home> snappy mileage.Fill / .
ISP IlR Starko and funeral Kervicet, were friends for the cards, flowers 'er up here!' and Madison Streets

a,1' May 17 10:30 A. M. held Sunday afternoon at 3:30: o'- messages, and gifts that helped
R clack beside the grave In Crosby brighten the long hours spent In GULF OIL PRODUCTS I

1, m\\ ; SPECIAL KIDDIE MATINEE Lake Cemetery The llev. J. B. a hospital away from home. It Washing Polishing
Dixon( pastor of tnt First Christian Is impossible to convey In words Greasing
s' ) ON THE Church/ of fltorko, of which how much these remembrances :

4" t, Chanda The Magician STAGE; j jw Mrs. Wills was a member conducted I meant, but we do wish to express Temple & Lake Complete Line

: thu last rltei. DeWitt C. .our sincere appreciation and ,
w rs Also "Fighting Pioneers" -.'., Jones was in charge tit arrangements 1 heartfelt gratitude Service Station

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With Hex Bell On The Screen a' of Gifts and Cards
ADMISSION 25c TO ALL Pull bearers were Dr, W E. :Mrs.! Ethel M. Biggs -

,IJ"s Mlddloton. S. R. Johns, .1. M. Edwards !-

t Midnite Show, Sat., May 17, 11:30 p. m. I'' Matt and Stafford Morgan,Crews.Frank HemIngway I.la for

kr p. ON TilE I Mrs WI1U was >IOMI It, Bradford '
1, Chanda The Magician STAE'; County F..b.11:/ 1H71' and '
fad a n I was tile daughter! of tie i lite John L ANNOUNCEMENTThe : ] GraduationWRIST
V I c and Rttchiiel.! Phillip Nonnan.

'' I Undercover W ? I When a young woman site was -
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ADMISSION: 50c<< TO Starkp, a mason by trade who .
>I .. .. I Ir preceded her In death
r u In 1930. j I WATCHES I OK Gold
s;, r- Sun.:Mon May 18, 19 i No near relatives survive her, -

and for the past several years $10.00 Guaranteed

; "THE FABULOUS DORSEYS"Tommy : she had made her hems with Mrs. ."." ,
Sallie Tyson 011 North. Front Toilet Sets and Perfumes
Dorsey. Jimmy Dorsey. Janet Dlair" Street % The ,
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t 'fues" Wed'/ "iMay" JJ Ronson Lighters
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{ Cooked Fine Dinner Ward Seat Cover Co. -
; Fountain
; "RAGE IN Pen Sets
'' I Then Threw It To DogOne Hats Been PurchasedAnd All Makes and Styles

Ingrid Bergman Robert Montgomery ,,.
> .. lady recently stated!' that
1'' I I. "- ""'"Thurs.."Fri."- May'22, 23'"'" I she the used to throw h... own dinnerto Will Be (Military Sets For The Young
dog moot of the time It

,4 "A WALK IN THE SUN" made her sick just to look at anything OperatedBy Men
: I to eat. She was swollen with

gas full of bloat had headaches Nylon Hair Brushes and
) 'le .F Dana Andrews Richard Conte" felt worn out and was badly eon -

4 t : r 1 Saturday"Alay'fr= """""J"J"J llpated. Finally she got INNER- Chas. C. Sets

All, f) and say she now cats every Shepherd

m\\ I I "TERROR TRAIL" thing in sight and digests N per- ..,,, .. .... Electric Razors All Makes
ectly. Bowel are regular!' and
Charles Starrett (The Durango Kid) I
normal. She Is enjoying life once
y t' 1' f And "TOM WOLF IN MEXICO" more and feels like "some other I YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED Kaywoodie Pipes ----

.. "r" .. ,,, woman" since taking this New ,
Compound. .

Herbs; they cleanse bowels, STARKE
Sat.. Sun. May 17, IS
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A ) : "Fighting Renegade" with Tim McCoy : liver and kidneys. Miserable

i And "Gallant Bess"Serial I So people don't soon go feel on different suffering all! over.actl, SEAT COVER Co. Koch Store

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f' H. S. To Graduate Largest Class In :History : : I I'or

Biogs the likes Tornadoes swimming,three basketball years., football He. More Than 70 To Receive DiplomasIn Public Invited To Attend Exercises I

Morgan hunting and fishing. His Starting Sunday In USO
,iiiv ()\adn w a I main dislike la too much studying; r
ovaila Morgan AuditoriumThe
'ay! BHS-USO Auditorium Thursday May 22
September, 26. 1925 in Law- Charles has an unusual hobby ,
DM grey eyea. and light of collecting bird dogs which acCounts I
She and has attended BHS for his ambition to be a Baccalaureate! !sermon for more than 70 graduate
n hair 10th grade. veterinarian. or Bradford High School, largest senior class in its history I
,the wan a member of the will be preached Sunday night ut 8:15: o'clock in the USO'
rothy m her Junior year. :Marian Juanita Rafuim building at Temple & Washington Streets .
''Ie, '-ike! sports, but said herUlke December 13, 1927 In Staike, The annual sermon will bo delivered this year by the I
was school. Her hob- Florida Marian Rafufm was born Rev. L. 1). Ilaines pastor of the First Baptist Church and ,
I, norse back riding and her to the Rafuse family. ministers of other local churches: will assist in the service.
tlon is to be a bookkeeper. Marian has been a student In Several selections will be sung' by the High School Glee Club l
e wiih you lots of luck Dorkarni'Kt BHS for twelve years and Is nowa and there will be vocal solos' i r
senior and was a member of by Sharon Chadwell and Miss wishes to attend the annual commencement \
the Glen Club three years. Her exerclxati. Thin III In .!
I In : Knight main like is men and she also .i i Lou Edward. marked contrast to conditionsprevious I
i April Charles 23 1929 Earnest In Knight Starke, likes cooking and sewing. Dislikes irrct; Commencement to that when only theImmediate i
da and dark brown are hateful people and his. ; Graduation Exercises willie families of the grad- 1''' t I
black eyes '
ig crowd into the email .
was born to Mr. and Mrs. tory.Marian Doyle Conner held Thursday night May uatoft could I '
,. Knlglit. has hazel eyes and light President 22, at 8:15: in the USO audi- IUI3 auditorium and who waa ,
for half the people
brown hair which she do almost room
"arles attended school ate can torium. A musical programwill : I ; .
one-half anything with. I that Senior Class 1947 tried to attend. 1
ville High _yearall guess be presented by the BHS! Smith principal of
the rest of his years at accounts for her ambition to be a rt land and Glee Club and mention Foster cordial Invitation I
WIS. extends a .
Iford High. beautician. Letter writing and of the graduating clan will both theraccnlaurrate
member of the Lettermen's collecting toy dogs are her hob. silver brief a,Hms. Diploma. to the publlo to and attend commencement I
(riiarlcplayed football for Charles Mooney Betty Horne fur the fcriuliiiites and certificates'or ex..rcl..s. I
the Ninth Grade, will be pro-
Vice President Secretary Bunted by Arthur Ft. McKac, superintendent -
bies.reefmffs of public U'uctl..n.
I 'r't' Graduates who will make the
.rmlltlomil npccchex. nrn Murlun .
i Brown, Dilly I<:Edwards, ChnrloHMooney
Doylu Conner: Jackie 0r&ilCO:
Hasklns nod Jeannette drernrr.
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f pliant Fur All
i' Barney McRae Since the acqulMllInn of the usa
:: < building\ by thn School Board,
J <<::1LA Treasurer more than a year ago, there is t !
room now for everyone who

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QT rm\f\ I SENIOR CLASS OF 1947 I 6annYOUR I i t

1947 I Cum L tt t I II

Lucille Alvarez Basil Davis Mary F. Powell I '

Lowe.ll Douglas Marian J.' Rafuse > I
.Dorothy -L.: Anderson ;!. ; t
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DA YS.F'QR YOU Edward B. Dyal Margaret E. Reddish It's time to U HAPPY!,. I .
HAPPY Gene 'AndrewsOndina Behind you are 'the loan, I I' !I'i' "
.a- r,. .__ ,- -. Barcelo ----.-. Katie..M Easterling Samuel l L. Renfroe hard days of study the / I
Beatrice EdwardsLu worrisome teats the anxiety I
MAY GRADUATION DAY BE ONE OF Leslie Bradley Edwards William Sapp over report cards. Ahead I
of you art the fruits r
THE HAPPIEST EVENTS IN YOUR LIVES, Pauline Brannen Lucille H. Edwards Martha C. Sargent of your industry, and per- .

MARKING FOR EACH OF YOU TilE Marian Brown Mildred Edwards Mary Belle Smart DIPLOMA Is Borvcrance. I t

more than a mere parch
DAWN OF A NEW DAY. Melba Stringfellow Please count us among:
William H. Edwards I
It i.4 the
Virginia Byington key your your favored friends: and I ,
Frances J. Taylor future, an well aft u budge! In to 'us in I
Virginia P. Engram drop nee once a ;
Sincere Congratulations and the Very Best Maxie Carter, Jr. of mint testifying to long while. t'f :
Selma Mae Eunice Oletha Thomas hard years of conscientiousstudy
oi Wishes From All ol Us to All of You! Vern Dale Cherry and devotion to duty. > ,
Herbert L. Fillyaw Esther E. Walker We compliment every *. I I t
Doyle E. Conner Charlie M. Frazier one of you with the hope I I
Your Jewelry and Gift Headquarters Delbert E. Crews Harvene Watterson that the coming years will I
Warren Frederick C. Weldon bring ample rewards !
Mary C. H.
Doyle Crews Ovado Gassett r Driggers ; :
Myrtle I
F. Steve A. Weldon, Jr. I
Harley StrongThe Everett Crews James Brown Godwin HOLLYWOODCAMERA t ,
Charles I... Wiggins )
Furniture.Co. 'c
& GIFT : I!, I
Starke Ruby Ethel Green ,
Finest Jewelry Store In Marilyn Crosby A. Winkler
Merry SHOP' ii\ : j jI
"7 W. Call St. Est. 1911 Starke, Florida446t Stanley Crosby Jeanette M. Gremer William M. Wolfe I .

Evelyn Griffis _ _ I I I 't
John C. Griffis \

BESTREGARDS Alonzo Lillian June H. Harley Hall 7jj// \ ;J-IapPq/I ,/I I I1anditn I ", ."' I,I Ir

] Jackie Haskins f i')

W. H. \\\I\ i'n I I :
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a Doyle E. HazenB. ,.. d :

r ::3 C. Holtzendorf, Jr. t I 1 I :
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Betty Jean Horne ill'I'' ','' ..... ': \ j' I


Elmer L. Johns II I ,
I LASS OF.,47t ,0I
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Harold A. Johnson' 4
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Annie Louise Kelley I i I ,

HEADS UP! CHINS UP! Morris C. Kelley a /.."..{/... opp,,,,,,?.,.... a.. VOU'VK: I\l\hO i I ; A MOD You hava done well, '. ;. i

We say it loud and long- Keep looking up! Never be- Charles] Knight mhnmJ 0/you toy omit girl traituatm I TAKEOFFCLASS Class of '47I It has b.cit F I j "II. .I

fore have such opportunities ut loci, ihr tky it tho : our pl..llr. to know ,.
OF 1917. 'I
BEST WISHES themselvesto 1
Elizabeth A. Lawson I
', graduating clas'*. Make limit ihrtr rf.r.. So, .....p limkul : the majority of you p.r. f.;" ,;,1 : t t ,
M. member of the Class a Lewis I with a splendid rrrnril and w.look for. '
y every the mot of them .- with Agnes up "J pu>Ain, nr torwmrdt I tonally vIj, Ill I ."
of 1947'make his or her'voice our blessing! Marion C. Manning of performance behind ward to ..t.ndin. out I ''. I
you. Now for a "''f'rrf'CI acquaintance mon( you :'i'I
heard in the world. E. McRae Jr. f. rwinix If II you I in to many : ,
Barney ,
Need we add that we are landing" in the field of In the day >o com '
And always remember this: of wards Hate ptnuj M>.u..I/four '
mighty proud you Billy F. Miles day which wo hop will \1
You have some good friends Have been right along ..."_ I..A,,,_, and hero .*rnntty your choice. b. rich In opp rtllnit"f\ I

here always anxious to serve And take this opportunityto BEST RE- Charles W. Mooney wo Ia",.. for jour contut- THE BEST OF LUCK TO for each and.w ry_na. 1\ J F' i
extend our t
to Joyce A. Moore ... ALL OF YOU I ,
you end stilt more anxious GAKDS. a.d c. I bat of the CIoI..1 t t..
Bertie V. Morgan 4 I
please. i- I 1''
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Dorothy O. :Morgan I "r ,I

Wilbur O. Neel TYUS'DRY FARM HOME : :'

Leroy Norman, Jr.
REXALL Drug Store AUTO SUPPLY GOODS Gur.Andrews, Owner John :M. & Cha A. ,
Everett Padgett
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PHONE ei STARKE, FLA. ,Jesse C. Parker i.'t. 1

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Baccalaureate Sermon

\ A p ffurrakf : I" May 18, 1'947 ? 1 reefihqsW ; Olt y 0'

w Processional __h____ ________________ Ars.V.. II. Edwards r1'EP '

: Invocation ______________________ Rev \V. J. Churchwell I'J Jt 1T4S 1.M. .. .w3e'

f Nt t "Trust In the Lord" _.- G. F. Handel

t ,tj + RrII Ar o frwa Senior Glee Club I

Solo "Ave Maria" ________________________ F. Schubert I

4iLT Sharon Chadtvelt r r


I. Scripture Reading and Prayer --.,-------,Reu. J.V.. Kaufman I

"Praise Ye the. Father" Gounod

"Steal Away" Noble Cain
1 ''I M NolU.g ."..14 Ore !. lre>Bt i ,.orn. llT hop. .that :"nqmt'.Iictl' .a... Iri J1

r pl ". tu mart with a .pl...... r*..relf Senior Glee Club 1i 1\\ lb. ol ordei
can d.qr.* sueCM to o'jj bat
tbtm ,,,"IM. crd
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of l $ nb ., 6. awwb.n .ehl.v.MMt Sermon ______ Rev. Lewis Haines I II that bas mark sd you' Qlrl graduates otWe're 10941

.11h. Clmn.f' 1947 la the a... .t 1IM7H
day In th. classroom' wU
w ftriom.At : happy 10 extend;
i Solo "Come. Ye Blessed" __ .. Scott wJam....
fbi .. ..t' ..rty congratulations I ---- carry on -Into them, along with

It//;, 1 ...u,,., tutltn you Lu Edwards you bar planned! tor Ih. cut
I to member olthii Uf .
I best
every wishes !that
y s,( eom 19 u* ui, I : many
? w toko thil .u hitur. whthr you copy:
c 1 PO.rea y Cjo-g.Hng! Class Benediction -- RfV. J. B. Dixon ol the good things in
., tmtlntJing to you j ttnu with your' schoolingor
'n I y( fur boortlntlor a credit to our community Recessional Ars.V.. //, Edwards follow mom other Die will be yours during I
d$1$ tc 1 ...tr -IIlMi. .y bger8ba .' ,>.t Ii!
,. It r itI" pursuit. me years lo come.
your 'erns and our te.ch.rl

I Glee Club Accompanist Betty Ann Flynn '.> i

f } I" Solo Accompanist Ars.V.. //. Edwards I

Alvarez Store Van H. Priest ; Music: Director Ursula Barnes The The.Smart .

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z* a wlshea and congratulation' la
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; 'REMEMBER'w every. member of Uw Urea uf '47.
occ.iton olIh '
i on. Pictured above, with their escorts, are the May Day Queen and members of her court.Who.ruled And now. after ........I.n.. ...h.l Ufour

r t U( over the;PTA Festival held In the USO pn May'2, From left.td right: Pat McOrlK, I Mlas 'Janet'Anderson next mover Some of you will
most I rntt of liv. W.
q r : Important your Richard Ray. Mlaa Selma Sapp, Morgan Smoak of, Brooksvllle, Miss Idell Landrum (Queen), rantinur with your oludieki other*

Billy Milei! Miss Marian Brown, Mica Ann Wilt, and Maxie Carter. will iwcli rmplnvnienli, some will
eateN t. Mat wWis. wHh th. ... .
you our Photo By Hollywood'Camera tt Gift Shop May .! homo.

Ta .U of yon whatever. rdecision _.
IL ) MM. MM tpl_n1 ci l rcrd. IMV md In tkcUtu ,.
you Mary Catherine WeMon sIn By Lucille C. Conner, D. C.' You are required to appear on this InipnrUBl Malle
( Harry H. Martin Barnett National Tun 2, 1(47 In the above named -.. whit the. very' bed .. lack
hr Jacksonville, on May 19, Bank Bldr Jackionvltl Florida Court and cause, wherein plaintiff .
h .o shall publish this Order
Mr. and Mr. S. A. Weldon. IN: CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD In neat four weekly I....... and wblevenieiM" !. you
.a opportunity SN tho days to com. Mary has light brown hair and "0 11 NTY, FLORintl IN tHAN-! Witness. my hand and official eli_ field. .. .a..e.. ..

blue eyes and has attended BUS Larsen seal at Stark, Florida, this April
Looter < Plaintiff, va.. Bobble 76. U41'
Inca that first September day V. Larsen, Defendant. Case No (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
I when Ibe began In the first grade. SHOT. Aa Clerk of said Court.
In her Sophomore year she held AND MOTIl'H TO APPEAR J. a Harrison Law. Exchange Bide.
BANK At STARKE the Job as reporter and this year STATE OF FLORIDA to Mr. olnO'.lIlpil.P'lorl4a.
tc FLORIDA : ;
; Bobble V. Larson whoee residenceand Atty. 5-1 4t S-rl STARKE DRY CLEANERS
serves as complier. She was a addr.u In: 737' N.K. 10th Street, -
t dyyfit' Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation member of the band and the pep Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. I-W CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD
You are required to appear on fOI'NTY.' PI.OHIOAI. CHA.VA PJ NE STARKE,
', .quad.
June t to} 1947, In the above named Ca1RY.: LAUNDRY
Member Florida National Group Mary's many likes are football Court and Cnime, wnoraln plaintiff red Kenrlck. Plaintiff vs. 2S and FLA.t947 .
r': ttE.L.
basketball, sewing, cats and dogs snake divorce. Brndfor County I Kanrlck, Defendant.:
r.I publish this OrderIn Can No. 6601.ORDER .
; tPt'.u"rba: : :
Her only dislike is egg plant. weekly luaueaWltnene .. OF PUBLICATION'

d, y ..- She has a hobby of taking plcuren at tttarko my, Florliln.hand and thla officialreal May, AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR
going to the movies, and 1. 1947.OFFICIAL. STATE OF FLORIDA. to: HarrietL.
whose residence and
( SEAL) .\. Thomas, Kenrlck
5hhfiv ewlng J. address< I la: 18 Huatlo Road, Htone-
Clerk of Bald CnlrtMy
ham, Maasachusstts.You
Lucille ::: onuer n C.
T. Frank Landrum, are required to appear on
Starke. June 1, 1947 In the above named
Newlome Buys Atty. for f\t.\ 5-1 4t 5-2.1
and CRUMB wherein
Court plaintiff
.,, : : seek. divorce. Bradford County:
"v6aSfHA Body & Paint Shop IN nnrriT roi'IIT.' BRAnFORD Telegraph shall publish I: this Order
rfl : COUNTY PLOHinv IN CIIAN.FRY. In next four weekly laauea.Wltneaa .
'''' >. Jesse E. Newsome has ( < my hand and official 75 _
wm'GRADS : : :: purchased Ernest Faloo, Plaintiff. v.. Maria 'Dl at Starke FJ>riai this May }
; \ .. : 'Bokhara's Paint & Body Shop, Falcn. Drfondanl Cane No. 6591. 1. 1147.OFFICIAL.
... &" located In tho former Orange Bus r
...' NOTIOB TO APPEAR Aa Clerk of said CourtBy .
...J : ": ":"< j garage on Water Street. Mr.ewsomo STATE OF FLORIDA to: Marla Lucille C. Connor t>. C.
< ;.;.' { Btates that he 1 Is equIpped Falco whose residence. I.: Malano, T. Frank Landrum, tjtarke: Florida.
Uenvento, Italy Ally, for Plf. 6-:J 4t 5-21:

), :l; to give first blass service in .. .. .. .. ... .
; wheel alignment, paint and body f l
oral auto repair.

work, electric welding and gen. !W
I + l nu1N1111/1
rlil IN: rmrrrr rotnr. BR.t DrORn
("OI'WTW': '. Fl.OHIIMl IV 4.IIAN.
J.1 Curtis Lee Hand.... Plaintiff \mZolma .
OF i7 Vernit Sand.m, Defendant.
N Case No SKOt
STATE) OP FLORIDA lo: 4 lma..
Vorna Hanclem. who. r..ld.nea and
ddr... Im lOll nil Street, CordeU,
North. Ceorsla.
I HAIM'VLAiMiltS I You are rvquired to appear on
Jun. 1. 1147, In the above named mml.r all
Court and I'auie. wherein plaintiff I oil/i. ,/
.eek. divorce. fl r 'lford Cnuniy
t ; ;Telegraph nhall puhlUn till Order:
t4'1 In next four weekly :Usuea', We wan! to congratulate .
WltneM my hand .nnd 111,111 l GRADS f'47YOtrVB you.By
To make a happy laiitliiiK '1'. nut .I.*.1 it V *"."", *'I'' rld' I. ">'. M..p'. -1/

(OFFICIAL REAL diligence; and perseTv-rance yon'
) A. J. Thoma.
t enl)' tutte.you land bas where you A. Clerk uf said Court BEEN RIGHT ON THX BAIL CLASS have opened the door that leads V the
Ry L-ucllli C. Conner D. C.
j' Until May both the Aow and Ihetfhrrt T. Frank I-andrum, tarke, Flnrld fuller life and the enjoyment] / t"mgspirlr.d
Atty. for, FIf. i-J 4t -Jt OF 47. AND PERMIT US TO EXTEND OUR aryl.JsdCrna.tet'y. l
only through self-denial
1 In the ease' of each one wl yuu
;'c 'gradual of 1947 IK. .0.1'. FLORIDA IM: CHAM
a happy. combination CKHY. Vours has been: a proud record. and
1f Edith H. Berllne. Plaintiff. .. UBVB! THAT IF YOU W11.1.1: ATTAQa
thai adds v you have ample reason for 'pf' \1e in
l' p up lo good lorlun lenry llrII..rllna.. Defendant. C...
t No. rUTURB PROBLEMS WITH THTVMfc VrC- )oor accomplishment: We wj-h YOU
w' for all of 1 1l ORDER OF PUBLICATION
your days .
; AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ,-.cI$1 jeed in all lu;u.-" en.; Mr'rs.
1_ Berlin, whom malllnir addrxaa
: I..: Hq., 830th, A. C'. W. Group, MARKED YOUR DAYS Q4 SCHOOL. YO'S f
t A. P. O. 139, .y Poitmaater. New
Orleana, La.
You are required to appear on SUCCESS IS WELL ASSURXD.
May IS. 6947 In the above nsm.4Court .
Starke C Bottling Co. and< oauae. wherein plaintiff
...ka divorce. Bradford County THE BEST OF LUCK :TO YOU ALL GEM! JEWELRY Co.
T.l..ra,*i shall publtab this .Order. .
I.a n ai./our weekly leoaea.VTItaeea .

aal at. mark my, Florida hand and, tbla official.Aprll :The MILKY WAY,
t 19 1147.
(O'FCTCJAI. SEAL) A. J. Taemu. .
Aa Clerk of aald Court: ----


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,! Graduation Exercises

j May 22. 1947 :' 1
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,t Processional -,,- ..--- --- .. __ Utah School Band I r: ( iL' 'J -, '

I 1"S'Invocation. ---..---___._____ ,,___ .. Re '. S.V.. Creasei/! /] !

;. Song" --- ..-.. __ ______ -. _______ __ Astanoff -- ., d-y uc
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If, !
Senior Glee Club -. :r ; .

.. I Solo "Without A Song" --- .---____________ Strickland; ::= 6ybL1.; ,

Henry Bennett
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: How a Florida ; r !
School Prepares a Student -_____ Marian Brown -' ""'" .

'I Progress of Education. In Florida. _._ _______ Billy Edwards : r
"Bobolink" (Polly) -____________. ._____ J. S. Zamecnik r !

"Czecho-Slovakian. Dance. Song" ___ _________ C F. Manney 1I

Senior Cite Club
o Brar.y .................. ......... .1 '11'1 | .

ft'bile' Ik* .l..... .f y.mr irb.*l .rkrhi ....... History of Bradford High School ___ ____ __ Charles Mooney t* ".rrrlrr ,.

Legislature and Education -_______ __________ Doyle Conner. AIM HIGH. I

.' y.a t resMs-mfcor ...y are always Solo "Mah !
Lindy Lou" ------_-----________ Strickland
1 Boys and Girls !
yea.. tar this>! !. ,...r .t.a snntrr. a place .! Lu Edwards

IX (
r.ry land .'.rim mbl..b yea .lsiir The Present X IF YOU AIM AT THE STARS YOU41E
Trend of( Education:. -.--_________ Jackie Hatkins t1 \ I

..as..-.. .'''..1'' Are Schools Teaching What They Should? -_ Jeannette Gremer BOUND TO CLEAR THE TREE.

Ke art ...... acrd pr.ad .. ter all or .... i Overture ---.------- -----------------__________ Selected t TOPS. SO SET YOUR SIGHTS WAY 1 ;

.ky .nd girl tfraduul. .N *. a M*.d mart.H. High School Band I UP AND HERE'S WISHING YOU j

Presentation of Ninth Grade Certificates __ Mr. Arthur
McRae. t

Superintendent of 4 .. r. ..11 t
Instruction i il t. .

C. Presentation of Diplomas. ----- .-- -- -________ Supt. McRae

Benediction ----- -- .. .___ Rev. Lewis Haines f
INSURANCE -- -------- -- 1 i The STAR STORE .I-

I Recessional. ( ----------___ _. ______ ._ High School Band .Ii.Il

] Band Director A. W. Bates it it l

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III! CIRCUIT COURT 81&1)1"01&0" ... .
x941 I .
( al Nluke. 'Inrhlll, 1 Ihlx
COUM-V' FLOIIIKII i* CHAN.cicnr. You are required to appear on un. JlltlY 3.
June P, 1941. In the ahoy.
1.:dlth Haran. Plaintiff, H''FI'IAI. NJ AI.) A. J. Thomas.
vs. James named court and. cause, wh..reln Aa Clerk or
-; liuran Defendant. Cuoe :fo. 082. 1,1.lnlirf, erekx dlvorre.' 1Txdford. fly 1.11..111. (.old, Isere
ORDER OF PUBLICATION C ounty Telegraph xhaH publish this I I.:. ..luhn Nrlxun e""n"r. U7 D.. C.
AND NOTICE TO Al'FEAIt Order In Duct tour weekly IMHu" .III..k""Vlllp, "'Iorld,. I..h Uhlir.
8TATH OF PIXmiDA to: JiimxH Wltn"R" mv hhnA anti oftl..laltt v for 1'1'
Harnn, whose residence' 'IH unknown.' 41 6.90
UCCESSI You are required' to appear, on (Continued from pllg thrro) %zz7rOt/
June 9. 1947, I In the above
named Court end cause, wherein
leotcrlptlon i. T. R. .trios
plaintiff peeks divorce Bradford t.r .t ('oet6
r, County Teleajraph shall publish this .trot TatraNE
II I I I Order In next four weekly Issues.
WHnenH my hand and official Cam$ wan"f SWSi ft N from NW 34 0 23 toII'R.; ;llnmly nt'hr"r 11.01 I / (5thLtevI I

8 Neal, 1947.Ht starke, Florida thl. May! t'.r .I NI.4' nf NlV4i I
A run fI Ito
rt )oJ: 420
(OFFICIAL BEAT) A. J. Thomas ft N 110 It 'V no It
J.As N.Clerk Harrison]of said, l-iiw Court. to Ireg 34 8 23 2 nllJoy Alvnra' 066 I. I
Uxrhanice Bid- Two
Cnr or 2 URMOIl
Jacksonville Flotilla, 1II"lIe 1.40 749' !
NWof HWry the
34 8 U .
Atty. for nr. 5.9 4t 5-30 N Ul. ft of IIW'/o: of FlW\4\ 911 1 l
1:x portion N or Ry 34 II U 7 J. 1/nrd."h'ook 1.2n It
iv CIRCUIT COURT BIIAI>F HD Lot IIW"f\ NV% of 1'1'4! 34 d U U John IL Hrlfflx Fot AI III! I
8 of IIlk ?
1 "FJny. Hnl11..U. I" NW nr 'GRADUATES :' : ,
NW .
Ira K. Norton rlalnl Iff. VH. Derma % U 8 U 1'nknuwn I.DR
Norton, Defendant. Can. No. 5613.onrraw : ,E 91111 It or'NW\4 It NEt'' "
I N or..C..rl\d..1 'In r/ .4' :
!: or PTTBLICATION E 3.of I 12 I... ,
of t
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR k W% ol'l 4 of N Wy'0/ 8 It In! Mary D. 11I010..1-
THERE ARE MANY Norton STATR whose OF FLORIDA residence to:IB Bertha: 161 NW'4 01 of SW'!. 38 8 U 40 Aoa Junlpr 5." e To the members of the Class of .
Main Street. Thomaston/ Co.n. Com 11"4 at NII NFof! ('or of NP4 tI\VII a 7 II 10 6U ekoyoataelln, .'. '...0 ) a I It .. \
June You are r.qulred to appear on orIIW'4; & rUn 8 ebb& 47 w. extend: greetings and best ''I' ,
8 1947. In tho abovee.med'court It
definitions! of success you may and came, wherein thence W 666 N along It ltd IB ltd tB ty. riahts. You have take the first ,
plalntl/f seeks divorce. Bradford
Itnd it In the crowded city or rtah! Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publlah\Issues this; 9211 ftc to LJn.beg. thenc.. E 3 7 U 10 S. !It. tln.llh 7." big step toward cucccit, and w. I"
Witness Corn ';;wlof.l ('or of -;. arc confident will give I'
my hand and official of t 88G' you four .,
tier at home.. Wherever you seek *"al at Stark: .. Florida, this May 6. It for run
U41.OP'II'ICIAL. a pt or beg school and your community cause '
it and whatever form tt take ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. I, th.nre ron W IIRS It tB I t tmente.
may A. Clerk or said Court. Hit then.N.. D Jn6 ft E I for further prida In your *chl v..

N. hop that true happiness will J.By 8.Lucille Harrison' C. Conner Lw lschanre D. C. Bide Com oilbig II NF1 Jom Cor It.f to RW'4 pi 3 7 23 _I ltmury T. Reynolds 200 .

oe part of it. Atty.Jacksonville tor Plf., Florida, B-' oft B-IO of"NW1.4 k run H US ft It has bean our privilege to i' r

IN: CIRCUIT COURT_ BRADFORD run "Jt 57 bet ft to th.nre Rd serve your home community for I i Ia I
Accept out sincere congratulations : thenrx R lot tI IJ! 511
CIO"COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAM'Kathlrea fl N 1118 tI lot>t ot beg 3 7 II I S. fl. Kirkland J. I.U long time. We hop. we may I

upon your accomplishment. N. VI'le: Plaintiff I vs. Edward Atka Wyi or NWy: W of : 7" 21 S. W. lIIct"1I1I 1.01 serve many of you. f I
C. Vena Case No.
NIJ NEye Fx: 4 1.A I
"ORDER : of dirt IW t W of i
hard Rd 4 76AK Mro. A. A. Wllllllm.on U.U: I
CARL JOHNSTuxedo NOTICE! TO APPEAR 0' NWI..I 1'1"' NE4. t tJ I J.yell" Colllne 1.77
STATE OP FLORIDA tot T-8irt. ,EK nf RElla or N13Y II
Edward C. .VeflH whose residenceIs
MW'4 0'111'4 3" F1. H. Reagan
Greenville ro' Nfo:% 4 1 U 7.01
: Army Air Bane P. O.
NRY4 or NI". I" Ida Hillier
NW\4 4 7 n .17 I
Bo* 1320 Orcvnville. South Caro-
NWS4hIofof 81'4 4 7 II IO( J. (,. IImBndMon I.U
Feeds & Fertilizers Westinghouse ft or that "or. 1

Electrical Sherwin-Williams STOPS Wnf thin of AWving of NSI .1r"rN, JlltJ 1 u It ro.1.:. Knight! 900 WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
Appliances 24)
r f N" ItJ I"nuYlh ./6
7 n
666 CHILLS N"J% of NF41 "r "; ,,( 10 7 U III...... Orlf'l. .118
PAINTS All oIW\4 rof Rti:% W of : J
herd noad 10 1 U 1 John tt'arrrn 1 n 222.221 Temple Ave. Starke, Florida :
46* (or M..U.UI l Sywpf.r"'.Fmll All that portion fit RK .. li
t of AIW ot 811:% W of I
Phone> 0.S11
45 STARKE, FLA. flow PLUS 9'Yiiltj .....T1mLttl rwreiere.., -... ltd U 7 U I' Earle Thorntnn r 2.37
? .. ...... SW nr :VEa: 10 .A .
4I .Os SI r.' wrwzs In NF: ( 30 T. J. Alderman ..17 i
E"0; of NP4: SA Z 78 ZI 0 Crlfua 'rlRon 1.88
Lot. r8N Olt Vernon 'Xub Dlr
of NI:S6 N of ; w.
Hampton a T b a r.s.a
29 7 U T. J. Ald"r..n 2.07
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HEADLinERS Div t'rf'N :t'P:: NE7Q Pub.' t II I

N of a The. '1
fUTURE re..n It i.mPton 96 7 U T. J. Ailerman 2.07
Jnt a H fNv NY j&ofi I '
NEri. Jfh:NWS.OI .r" 7 U' I Frank Mmllh 1.01 I
Lore L 8 7 or Bile
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1 4 nf) .: of IlIk 30 Dlanlona 10 7 U n. J. lamounnux. (St AI I.U r ..
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7 toNRI4 17 Wm. II Stitt illAS
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of NF.::: ::13 7 U tl IIlIrlpn A %VeUeer 7.60 I
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0 I W 0' a edJnfning'

GRADSw. &OllflOVf1TSThree [ NWy D.Len.y of 'Nt.NI4t The Haven 13 1 U H. T. Waters I.U 1, ., ill I P
I 1947 E: 40fCtknr E44 or \ 1
of II U 111 Jana W. lIarrlMon n.nnr
Nry lfE; :'" nt "' 1':14 N 1
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A In fI" Cor It K. II CsrllsM 114
:: : n 110 A. Hohmann U.28'l
w. n/ Ink .1 etle, Lot In extending our congratulations to '
happy to join with you rousing cbeer for iaN..lAs Run 1 Dlv 23 I U C. W. 1I..ld..n U'Clm

and your' parents in the celebration C rof ar NW"Xfs'A ro run.f N HW"159 .'It the Class oi '47 this thought occurs: I '

of this the very beat das that laM ft for a "'lor beg r :
great 1I..n. run W 110 ft N .i t
351) rt p: no tt a 360 rt t You represent the culmination of ; ; \
many r
You and your' generation will aver gndnated in this coatmuniljl 10 pi or b.g U 1 2 t I ionic 11.11
inherit than AK' 01 NP.W r.f flWII 1 Z2On. 20 Ralph J. C..n 2.. year of educational profresa in this com !11.1 i :i ',
opportunities .
greater Inc ac dearrlbe0 In '
any which your elders have. Iff mess just that t".d irook U. Page IG n 1 U VIM"Pumpkin nw Club Patch 6,16ots munity and have already given every j).l' i

known. thai L: 20. U. 21. Indian resaon to believe that will be a credit
We feel confident you
Wve beard a lot about you. Reach"" 66.36 .2 W Jf Rrntt 10.7' .
... 9inAl.n n..h d6 i/ : it J. .11'. 'n-dd'''''. J,. 10.01 )
you will make the most of these I'.of 141. tndl.a Be.cb to your Alma Mater tt
that unit No. J 20 / 22IeDIAg W' A. Dirt 10.17 T
opportunities and be a credit to And hop your We hope to know you better and to j .

your alma and this 8t.U. t."IT {o. all ? : '4
community '
mater most ambitious hop. be serve you better. Come in when you can. I
Lot :1 Unknown 260 '
at all times. Lot M1 1'nknnwn 101Unknown You will away find a cordial welcome. >1 :"

fulfilled a* lrt e run go by. Lot, 7 2 U .'
Let, i Cnlln".n a. I
OUR BEST WISHES In c 10 Unknown 610 I .
(...ot 11 Uoknuwn 7,14 I r.. ,
To Cacb Member of taI! Cbu of'47 "t"t l/ LNnknnwenekUy 1'101 '

Lot Lei II 1/ 'ieknown.nll....... 10,07 1'107 'i H.t: t
HILL'SCoffee Inc 17 IYnlln"... let 01 l I Ii
Lot It t'nknown 1061 i "
Lot II f/aknown 1001 t tmtY
KOCH DRUG STORE Lot Let II C.knorn Usknorn 30.01 a..'

v't Corr ".. .. 12 U 11 LeI.II .CuoaN1 'a: LAPPE BAKERY
Shop fIA etNE .1 Lo' 4 H I II ] Anna- 06.61


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rOITHT BRADFORD AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR Telegraph shall nnlillHlt thin Order Delivery hang Inland New York. Case Nt. 6567 -
I siwwtsslwnixwaunwauin' ', H W IH IlillU, .i.u; .! !uuwuwuwalwauauwaisnwanuwwnwwuwwluaruYqun! ( ( ) ) : ai"I' It..111rv1'Y. FMmiOA .N C1IAM- HTATIO' OF KU>Rir A tn: WallerO. In next four weekly IBBUOM.Wltnen You are required to appear on OHDI'It: 011'
I CKI1V.Johnnie. ItelHeck Whose. reMUIenc. h"I : Plnn my hand. irvl offU-wl or before fd"y2o : l' and'1K47 In' theshove AN 0 SOTII'FJ PI'RLI",
1 ; WE CAN'T SELL ALL THE FOOD T.. .....'I.I..r. Plaintiff VB, Hunteen Hane Adolf Street 13, real at IllIrke.: Florida thin May cause, 8TATI':1': (IF "r dFl
I I. :147. wherein plaintiff geek and Thomas ...
,r l OlHilvi" I,. Tedder.. fendunt. CaseNo. tlermany.You OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thm.ll. custody of child. Bradford County dance and JIci.aiithiiD4', '
'f' SO I WE THY TO SELL THE UESTi y : GG83.I are rey'drpd| to appear on Ax fifth of .said Court.Xy Telegraph shall. publish thle OrderIn lospllal Sad. v, aRt. .
i OF PPBLinATION' !Mat 2A 1947 In the above nam..tICourt four weekly innues.Wltntin 't '
next ton
= =:=======================: I ORDER ; Lunlll C. Cornier 1) O.: ire
====================3========= and cause wherein pllllntllt'e..kll .
hand and official,
AND NOTICE TO APPKAK T. Frank I-nndrum, tHnrkc: FlorMn.Atty. my
5 For Those Who Are Fussy :I STATE OF FLOIUDA: Qladv.* divorce shall publish Pradford this County order Telegraph In- for J'lf. 6-2 4t &->*>3 seal at iitarke, Florida, thin loth McYy ota 19t are1li47' 7 ui tlhi. t
day of April. 1947. !
,.. Tedder whoa residence and al- ; Court and ;
5,I dreKM IN: 405 N. Addison Street next four weekly IHHUOH.AVItnen .IV: nitri'iT COMIT. Pin'''FOP'' (OFFICIAL, Clark A. said ...."k.. dlvnr""OllM'. aher.in,
I About Their Food I my hand and officialHeal .. An of Court "
.. l"rodror.
Klchnioml 20 Va. I rotivrYt .on.1: CIIANPhvllfn -
I, .
at thl April St.
a "I Htarke. Florida r.tlY. John J. Hemleraon Rsq.| AuicusAUy. !In nrrvtpfour u 1hllxh
You required to appear onMay Ih
are .
: 1! 4T.OFFICIAL "
2:1.: o'la.
; V-I-S-I-T ; 26 1947 la the nbove named ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Horoppo (Contnrlno Plal.1 .'- tino for Plf. 4-26 It 5-H Witness my han11N: .up.
J. Cnntarlno, Det..nORD. seal ..
I 1 Court and caune, wereln. plain- A* Clerk of said Court. tiff 1 .t.VM. Joseph : 10th..t I'II"rk Florid,
tiff seeks divorce Bradford County I' Case No. 557$ 1947. II
Lucille c. Conner D.:
I The Telegraph' shall publlnh I this OrderIn iCnih Hy 'II. DnuwlUH. t7alneeville.: Fin. R OF PUBLICATION i.v: cinrt'iT i-oiJHi' BRADFORD I (OFFICIAL SEAL IfSuSf
next four weekly laimea.Wltne &-U
Atty. for Plf. 4-20 4t I
STATE OF FLORIDA to Jo..ophJ. CIt11).
"*.* my hand and official "Contftrtnn' whose. last. : known t McLaughlin Plaintiff, vs. D.
;!! Blue Tavern Restaurant seal. at Htarke, Florida this April .V CIIICI-IT .('(>! HT. Pit \UFOnl) McLaughlin Defendant.: '
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; 23 1947.cOFFICIAL. COI. %.TV, .. .....UU\, IM C-II.1M- residence and address IM % General' Thomas J. for fit ut.I 1
d' SEA[.) A. J. Thomas ( ill\'.
i I 211 EAST 10th STREET A* Clerk of Maid Court. .Tnsa'ph Anthony Punches, plaintiff ..
1 >"y Lucille C. Conner I>. C. VM. iMahel Alvare Hanchev, I>efvii:
'him. It. less. 204-Or Realty I'Idg ,lant. OK*') No. BHOO.onnillt .
j NOW ; .rarkHrinvllle, Florida I 'iV I'l'HLICATlnN' >* I
Atty. for Plf. 4-2B 4t .U A.Nfl NOT1CK TO APPEAR
1 BTATB' OF KI'( ltlnA to: I...llblAlvurea .
FOODBEER SOFT DRINKSWe { iv cinni'iT. .coi'iiT.. nHAi>Foitn anchex, whose residence 0
<-.>INTV. .. ..on.n.A IX IHAM-: and address l is. Nn. 608 llth Street, <
fKHV.ninnor Vvdiulo, Havana Cuba.You .
E. Itelneck. Plaintiff v.. .' are re>iulr' >d to appear| | on t
'j Wnlter O. llelHerk. Defenilant. Case June 2, 19 17, In the above named
No. fiBHO. Court nnd ([Tiitirt*. t ncvfln ,plaintiff
Specialize In CHICKEN DINNERS ORDER OF PUBLICATION see I UH divorce n r adf'JI',1 County

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I Al Griffiths Lillian Griffiths J Is. hereby given that the following described lands will beHold

at public auction on the 31st day of May 1947 at 11 o'clockA.

I' 'JawINYAralsaemwawlallltlllatlaalnamtlwlarllrlallnnnanm nw4nmaah, nnAaminmma' wl'Nhrtlawl'itIlIIIR"en! ; M at the City Hall In Starke, Fla., to pay the amount due for

1949 taxes herein set opposite to the same, together with all costs .

of such sale and advertising:.

DenerlpfllonH II. T.IU Owner .r........
70 ft of Lot 2 Block
27, Original Town of
-- II----- FOR SALE stork 28 6 22 J. Peed luy 31.432.3S:
L.ftt 4 of Block 2, City
16x16 Army Hutments Park 8nV ft C Addition n AT
to Town of Ktarke' 28 0 22 Mr. George Pierce
teat 7 of Block 30. Uv. 6
$200 EACH DELIVERED! Inifnton Truby & Cob. '
Add to J Htarke 28 6 23 K. Dryden ,.- 1. 2.67
8TAKKIAND: VICINITY ISM of both 8, 4 of flock -
Y H &. Eft of lots 8, 4 of
ALSO Block 10 Livingston *"
Truhy' & con H-l 28 6 23 Obey IH-Hne 7.83:
1 unit with M :its ft of loOt 3 of Rlrark
complete heating 41 steam 15. Livingston, Truby &
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s radiators. ('0'" a-li 28 8 23 Enoch Tyson 2.07 ,
Lot I of Block 27. I.lv- S.
t 1 hot water' units with 1000-gallon tanks. Inimton .Truby & Cub
Toilets( and caRt iron wash sinks. H-l) 28 t 23 Homer" William 4.29
K :HO ft of Lot 2 of flinch
Electric:' fixtures.MiHcellaneous 27, l.lvlnntitoii Truby & '*
4 (V,. 8-U 28 6 23 Turner" Aclklnn. 4.29
plumbing fixtures-soil pipe. Lots 3, 4 Of lllork 30.
Adjustable!' library shelves. Livingston, & < V: > Bgs=s-
(:U's H-I to Stare 28 8. 23 Willie Roberts. 4.29 ** 7
Sheet galvanized metal. Lot II &. S 10 ft of Lots !
18. 14 of look .10, TORES4q
21x48 Buildings with USED
/ Novelty Siding. Peek'fl Add. to Htarke' 38 0 22 I* If. harper. 10.77 NOS 0'
All sizes Water Pipe, Valves and Fittings. Fractional. HloHt 10 N of THO USA
12th Ht. &. w of Wal WE NEED
( All Sizes Lumber. nut Ht.' Templti'ii' Add., to \ q LIBERAL
r'' 1-4 Inch Plywood. Half Price. Town of Hinrke 28 0 22 T.. J. AUIerniai) 2.97 147 THE
Lot 14 of Black 22. Tem- AMAZED
No. 1 Oak Flooring. Die' Add. to Town of 'OU'LI. 8E
Ktarkn 28 8 33 Almu E. &Intrunk 2.67
Windows and Frames Complete. Dlk I Ex Lot 1, Sunny MON7H ON'IIUS70NE
Screens and Doors. Acre 8-D 21 6 22 IT. A. Manaxmi 7.29 -7HIS
Flock I Kx, Loin 4. 5, u.OWANCE
Aluminum Roofing.Cement Hunny Acre Hub Division -
utnrke. 21 6 23 If. A. MunaoHnfi R.1A NS
r t p' t Plaster-mortar mix, finish lime. Tilork 3, Sunny Acre S-p 21 II II. A.: Mantissa &.38 f; :it; CRAM p/a
Lot I. 2. II, 10 of Block DELUXE -
SEE J. M. EDWARDS 4 Sunny Acre 8-11 to :.
Htarke II 6 23 IT. A. Manmma 3.48
t J Bradford LoiN :11. 4. ft, 6, 7, 1 of ...>,: ;>.: "f' <
jt Engineering Co. Hlork 4. Sunny' Acres "
Htarke 21 6 23 J. R. Norris ISO
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-j ., I nnitd SR': Cor.\13 fix 2 acresl1 8 23 Jon Raebeck 13.05 Come in and equip your car for summer driving

I I 4 CARL, JOHNS and vacation trips. You can't afford to miss this
I Tax Collector City of Starke
-- opportunity to buy Firestone DC Luxe Champion <
I sn ; .. i Tires at a big savings! We need used tires for I w"'\. 'IiS

.t't Keep that body i i.: retreading. And if your tires are only partly I worn .' "
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.1. P; Roberts. Owner

Phone 118 600 Temple Avenue : :
V ;. Starke, Fla. STARKE, F kIDIl1on':69; '*