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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 23, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I-yoU.-.'Know With that Governor Colonel Caldwell Bradford hall had an'ey, '$/ on.'Starke? BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH i


I I n I, he has And it Just goes to show that we never know

T: many eyea are on. our fair city, watching our every

Inotlnff our progress or retrogression.

[.11 bit of information came to light In a vaJed compliment Official County Publication Established In 1877

f ra'd W the Governor to the officials and people of Starke .

I tie i ol a delegation> from Bradford County to Tallahassee VOLUMX SUITY-MNB -- _. ..-- --
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STAKKK.: FLORID FKIU.\Y, MY :Z3. 1947 MII.MBEH:: THIKTY-ONE:

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t of the dele> "atton: comprising 30 local citizens met the

L rbf rough arrangements made< by Senator Charley: E. Johns. Packed HearslBaccalaureate Jaycees I
USO Name
,I'' Doyle Conner Public InvitedTo Red Sox
f're prsrented: to the Governor. by Lex: Green. Ready I

I; the COITS of the "visit Cov. Caldwell expressed apprecia- t

county ring Clerk A, J. Thomas and Secretary Lucian Conner:: Outstanding Boy For 1947The Open HouseAt For Home Series

Jchamber of Commerce and said: "I've had my eyes on StarlcaIibe

ilny ot Camp Blandl:1*. rather expected the town to signal! honor of selection a* the "outstanding Florida

1 alter the camp closed but I an'pleased to note that the let- Sermon SundayThe boy for 1947" went this week to Doyle Conner, 1JHS Navy StationMarking On New Diamond

dldn.t occur I want to congratulate the people of Starke on senior, upon notification by the Junior Chamber of Commerce -
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that your town Is going forward Instead pf backward. I'm annual I of St. Petersburg ,.
baccalaureate sermon The to be made the National Outdoor the loral observationof With ball diamond
tnt that you'll continue to advertise, through your Chamber of award by Writers thecommunity -
opening the week's commencement Association at its convention in Naval ReM"rveVf'l'k., May 1823. beings placed In readiness
and keep on the map. You will continue to build an St. Petersburg June 8, is
ice exercises for Bradford I in the Chaplain John F. Hiigen, stationed for the! home games! of the Starke
ndlng community. I High School's Class of 1847. was unique at. the Green Cove Springs I Red Sox management of the Independent
Ell of which goes to! show that you never know who's watching. attended by an audience of more sense that It is L receive recognition at the convention Naval Station was guest speaker nine announced this

Ipjys to stay on our toes. Certainly the Governor was right than 700 persons last Sun day the first to be as well as gifts of a at the Rotary Club Wednesday I week a schedule affording five

|t the town has done a remarkable Job in reconverting from evening filling to capacity the made in Florida : variety of fishing anti hunting I' and extended a cordial Invitation ,, micccsiilve local appearances beginning

town to a peacetime economy but there can be no lettingWe auditorium of the former USO and will not be equipment, and maufacturcrs other products bysportsmen's to member of the club and the next Sunday.

p must go forward--or backward. There can be noU bUilding.; made In the public at large, to attend the I The Sox meet St. Augustine In I
Choosing as his The notification stated that Open House ceremonies which will II
theme
"Three- the first opportunity given county
stilL state again for_ _
fold Development" Governor Millard F. Caldwell and be held at the station Sunday
the Rev. Lewis 48 The ball fans" to see their team In action.
years. other State officials will from 12
Join In until
Halnea, pastor of noon six o'clock
the First Baptist Because of lack of a conditioned -
Church outlined for the attentive organiza of t authors Ion. a_ V4 making the awards As a fitting climax to next Sun playing field, Coach Oelger's I
To Curtail group
Funds Red Cross
k kof congregation the indlvldu devoted to_ C I As president of the Future day's observance Capt. Paul II. men had been obliged to

at's progressive development in sportsmen's and Farmers during the past winter Talbot Commander Florldu Group play seven previous games on

mind, body and spirit Text for outdoor top I cs. '" Conner attended 24 banquets Atlantic Reserve Fleet will award other diamonds of North and Central

Here; Chapter Moves Office the inspirational message Phil holds each of its throughout the State, presidingat servlsta who played leading roles Florida.
gram
Ipplans 3.13: 14 He ten victory medal to Naval Rein .
i was quoted: "For- summed conventions In a different many. was master of llooklngs follow to bring< Cross ).

i Bradford Chapter of th8 Includes aid for active servicemen getting those things which are state and in the course of annual ceremonies during an FFA ceremony -' World War II. Chaplain Hagen City here on the 20th Branford .

can Red Croud moved to Its where family allowances are delayed behind and reaching forth unto sessions bestows the honor upon, at the Florida State Fair in stated that two of the ten so hon on Juno first Jasper on the fifth
in those things which are before I Tampa last February, attended by ored will be from Bradford County and the Falrfield of
.ems in the Health Depart- or event of especial a youth selected by an organization Independents
building on Church Street emergencies before allowancesare press toward the mark for the of the convention city. Choiceof approximately 10.000, and was but their identity has not yet Jacksonville on the eighth. f

lay. received. Service will con- high calling 1 of God in Christ Conner based on qualities of, one of two delegates representing been announced. This. ceremony Jake Keene or Jimmy Godwin I
Jesus" will take place at 3:SO o'clock.
|k In the moving process was tinue to be available for veterans leadership and specifically in the State Association at theFFA's will pitch In the St. AugusUne I

lintd l by Mrs. W. R. Morse pending adjudication of clams for In the development of the mind, view of his accomplishments an, National Convention In "By presidential proclamation engagement, to be played on the ,

|ive secretary and Mrs. disability. Rev. Haines said the Christian is State president of the FFA was' Kansas City. the week of May 1323 has been new diamond went of the high '

i Mooty. clerical assistant. With the county's failure to likened to the runner In the Greek made by the St. Petersburg Jay' Conner had previously won designated a... Naval Reserve school

> chapter vacated Its pre- make its quota service in permissive races as according to the teach. honors In FFA o Hit 01'leal contests Week and every effort of the The Red Son remain In dire nend

location in the armory be- phases would be curtail Ings of Paul: one who himself Is cees.Young Conner, son of Mr. and I placing second In the district Navy In' being bent toward acquainting of replacement, a factor par

I of an order retiring that ed, this including assistance In not proud nor hindered by recol- Mrs. Leon Conner of Rising, will contest in 1945: and first tn 1040 tho public with the ticularly evident in a 7-5 loss to

Itlre building be made availfor special non-recurring need wherean lections of past mistakes defeatsor various activities and advantagesof Jasper lost Thursday. Standings

training of the localal allowance is being received or weary hours of training but the Naval Reserves program" to date are four wins and three

\ \ Guard unit. where a veteran has no claim or remembers only the lessons learn Eleven ScoutsTo Building Shows Chaplain llagrn stated "Of special I louses.

Laugh the 1947 Red Crosswill has received denial of claim but ed. In the same sense the student interest to the pi'ople of thin

| close May 29, those who has an acute non-recurring need. retains the lessons learned, I area Is tile announcement that ana BHS Band Concert '

I not been solicited: or who The Home Service of the Red which are best suited to life. Attend Camp Upward TrendAn part of this program the newly 1 I

o make additional contribute Cross will continue In many other During his discussion of one's complvtod $10,000,000 pier project Pleases Large E

asked to notify the local functions Including assistance In physical development, the speaker at Green Cove Springs as Audience In USOThe

|r at the health clinic. all means other than financial, stressed the importance of per- i. Eleven members of Starke's upswing tn city building con well IlII the Naval Station and \ J

|present, with donaUons to- the preparation of claims service serverance determination and the Troop 70 Boy Scouts of America struction Is noted In evaluationsof many of the ships now being In annual concert of"lh. 35-'

approximately $2,209 farof mens' furlough verifications, and capacity, to "thrust oneself for will attend the annual outing at new residential and commercial activated will be open to public plec BHS band coa ucted by f.j t,

| the county quota of Investigation of delayed allow: 'ward," In meeting the problem Camp Kchockotee this summer structures' and In the number of inspection from noon until six o'- A. W. Bates was received by an

i. It appeared certain func- ances. to be faced, either in college or Scoutmaster B. T. Shull announced permits Issued for the first quarter clock next Sunday" be added appreciative audience last Thursday '

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1 be curtailed. According to year has been contrasted with the The climax of threefold develop- boys will open the encamp- April to date. allow visitors to see at first hand Twelve selection were featuredIn I

Motse. prospects are that response two years ago when the ment Is the spiritual triumph. Rev ment at 3 p. m. Sunday May 25. A total of 42 permits were sold the progress being, made) In preserving the varied program, which demonstrated I
i Service activities will in- county met a quota of $15,000.A : Haines and remain for a week "chuckfull" .. the ships, which In time
said.,.. The race of life Is by the Clerk's office in January. the C1rlanlaatlon'.; abilityin .
I financial assistance only int1 total of $4,000 was donated in activities swimming of national emergency, will be
won through," the knowledge of usIng of such as February and March-thi figure marches, popular and patriotic
ready for almost" immediate ac r
the latter 1946.ultlcDiretdi'SubmIt. .
functions
; one' existence boating canoeing, archery musIc
temporal
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including Installations, remodelingand tion.! To really appreciate the inacti'v.ibgs..ffo4jt' l
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earth for. Ute,glorJ( ofQo..and tracking.,,.campcraft. pathfInding. The uUtanoo"Was prticularlydetightM44JpA. l',
,,, "rew"constructlon. : la tascaesary&oFgo It .
of and\aza ..work "and naturestudy. repairs, as well as ] ;: .
f H : Report realization- His plan for sal rope aboard one' of these snips sisiats N4.p.. '!
vatlon. Shull will accompany the Nine buildings planned
fiat well with .number, featuring the' I
that bean placed In 'moth
wing Services for First Quarter, 1947 Special music during the servicewas scouts. now being built, or which were balls', and It Is hoped that many reed and trumpet"1 sections. Tb. I

: offered by the Senior Glee The North Florida Council's completed during the period will avail themselves' of this opportunity 14 Drum Majorettes. provided an 1 f

ending activities of the which! must be corrected before a Club, directed by Mrs. Ursula camp la situated at Doctor's Inlet showed a total approximate I on May 25," Chaplain 'attractive exhibition la the presentation .

[ird County Health Depart- child can be expected to make Barnes singing Handel's "Trus' near Orange Park. evaluation of $24.230. llagen said. of a,. selected overture. t

i for with tuberculosis particular stress school on good In school" A necessary in the Lord" "Praise Ye the Troopers to attend include Ar- Applicants for permits In April The speaker was' Introduced by Opening the concert with r

and follow-up will be made this sum- Father," by Gounod, and Noble thur and George Winkler, Edward and In May through the 10th, met the Rev J. W. I are evident In the first mer. Cain's "Steal Away." Soloists were Shull. Jr., Ronald Andrews Tommy requirements! for new constructionIn classmate of the Chaplain at the march "Success," the popular

|rly report for 1947, releaa- Among other services 'noted In Sharon Caldwell with the "Ave Harding Myron Lavely Charles : seven Instances, with evaluation Princeton. University A few brief "Heartaches. ," and followed with

:>ally by Dr. A. Y. CovIng.rector. the statistical report were: In Maria" of Schubert and Lu Ed. DeFrather Robert Lee Stefan. totalling $8,900. Thirty-two were remarks concerning the Naval Reserve the reed section' rendition of f
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f the program of communicable disease wards singing "Come Ye Blessed elll Donald Bacon Jimmy Rowe Issued since the first of April. were mad by Guy Andiew, "Sweet and Low.', FIn f

summarizing accompltehj control::'admission 27; consultations ," by Scott. Betty Ann Flynn Bert Newcomb Delano Thomas An outstanding commercial local recruiting officer for the a group of four solo offerings I

j. February and with physicians, 16; accompanied the glee club and and Leslie Starling. building Is' that' of Mike Maruca Naval Reserve. Miss June Caldwell, pianist,

Iption Covington gave a detailed field and office visits 42. Immunizations Mrs. W. H. Edwards. was the solo which is planned to accomodatefive gave an agreeable, Interpretationof I I
of the mass, free xlnic -
|: set up In Lawtey and ; smallpox, 1; diphtheria accompanist.The Rosier Bros. Will stores and's' situated at Farm Bureau Plans the "Bumble Boogie" and Miss :

e. The service offered 14; typhoid, 1; whooping Rev. W J. Churchwell ot: 10th and Cherry streets Work Joyce Moore sang the "Anniver
was Building I
1 cough 14; tetanus 11.ProSchool the First Methodist Church gave Occupy on the large concrete block structure Get-Together SupperAt sary Song" AI Stefanelll offered i \
residents
county 15
er; special effort was aged made Hygiene/ the invocation and the Rev. J. W : Vacated By WUThe i Is currently delayed pending, Market June 6 an accordion solo, and Joe Mantelth '

mine foodhandlers and Under Intestinal parasite con Kaufman pastor of the First delivery:; of materials. played "For Sentimental '
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Presbyterian Church gave the Western Union Telegraph Plans Arrangements made Reasons on the trumpet. Each
28 field and office for new homes recorded were being
l teachers personnel and including bUll stu-. trol: admissions 38 treatments; 25. scripture reading and prayer. The office will be moved from its on permits issued thus far this I this week for the Bradford Farm of tho soloist\ was well received.
drivers.flngton
visits ; 1
benediction was by the Rev. J. B. present West Call location to year include the dwellings of Mrs. Bureau' "get-together and basket .1 OLher outstanding selections on i

One i of the was glad to report Venereal disease control: new Dixon. of the First Christian Koch's Drug Store Mrs. H. A. Gladys Harrington on Church I supper" to be held at theFarmer's the program were the trumpet I
school
personnel cases admitted to medical service. Bishop Jr., manager announced section's feature a sacred number,
Church.
Kenneth Wash. Market Friday night
> street Bagwell on
Juncl l
to
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| ". be Infected. During 87; clinic visit, 154; field visits Following the services an Informal this week. Transfer of facilitieswill ington 1':. M. Long on Washing.,June 6.Bureau. "God of Our Fathers," followedby

1. ill up Instances x-ray clinic In Feb- and epidemiological Investigations.!' reception for the grad be completed by June 1. ton, T H. McNeill, at Park Place, officials said that there a waits "Daisy Bull" and the
of suspicious SO treatments, 88; office will be reached perennial favor lt.. "Short'nin'Bread
; and friends The new and Gill, lots 8 to
pathology uates, their families Prescott on will be a varied program of entertainment
[ were examined tlon, 15.The hoePltauza.I' Court street entrance 10'1 ."
both by a
with <
*r with was held in the USO lounge block 28. Including speakers
a group of contact data further and Koch's main entrance frontIng I The concert closed with the
fouely known I members of the local PTA serving from the State office, and motionpictures
cases. AllCUes Clinic's maternity service, workIn Call. It II stated that thecompany' "Star Spangled Banner."
Is that the
as hostesses. It expected
i were followed in the Infant pre-school hygiene, medical furnishings and teleg- 'Washateria'ReadyWith will technicolor Student Director Delbert Crew
and Instructed In care of adult hygiene will be Instal- films Include, a conducted In the of I
examinations In raphy equipment Serve. Y ouraelf playing F. K.
and releases
** travelogue, on topics I
prevention of spread toilay school examinations, and various Rites For Mrs. Gainey led In the southwest section of of agricultural Interest Blgelow's "Our Director."

: laboratory function, Held At Dedan ChurchFuneral the building. Laundry EquipmentSpeedy Other officers of the band during
Sf'r\'Il'e Added The basket supper will be en- I
The building being vacated by the past year were Buddy
:Elation To carry out Its services for handling of the family Farm IJureau families
Joyed by t
of
permanent x-ray the Department services for Mrs. Mary the Western Union will be occupied Faxon president Peggy Wiggins" ,
"" public sanitation Is in the modern .
evil is laundry promised the
now being made the and approved 19 installation -I Jane Gainey 71. a lifelong resident soon after June 1 by the throughout county. vice-president Joyce Moor, treasurer
Inspected service of the
Director stated and In the Installed of Brooker were held at the Rosier Brothers Gas Co. JamesB. newly-opened Further details will be announced and Leslie Bradley secre I
of water supplies
the 'Washateria, 321 Temple Avenue.
Department will be tanks restored one : graveside in Dedan Cemetery Rosier and Marvin Rosier will next week.Annual tary. :
to two septic
offer free chest examlna- and Thursday. May 15 at 4 o'clock I be associated In the new companyand Proprietors E. E. Hendersonand Proceeds of the concert which I.
of made 53 sanitary survey
* any contact suspect ortubercuIoM field visit, and Investigated two with Elder Leroy Wasdln of will handle propane gas anda C. J. Kruce state that only MeetingOf cleared $100 will serve In the pur. j'
I from 30 to 40 minutes sri required
time. chase of uniform
any Gainesville officiating. full line of appliances. and music. ,
"""Ice will be available forlTd. reports of rabies. to do the work of an aver Red Cross Set
died at her homeIn
Mrs. Gainey
i. Union and Clay coun- age family's laund ry. Customers'
and I will provide paramount Injured Veterans Brooker at 2 a. m., Wednesday. Lions Sponsor place the article in the Bondlx The annual meeting of the Guard Unit Passes I.

" the May 14, after being In failing which elec-I' American Red Cross. held for the
early detection of the Lake Butler Club automatic unit, are Inspection With 1 l'Satisfactory
Rehabilitation nine
Due health for the past years. rlcally-operated Actual opera- election of officers Is called for

ll'! the first quarter "who were hon She was born In Liberty County Eighteen members of the local Jon of the machines I Ia conducted Tuesday June 3. The announcement Rating :

* protuberculosis Ex-servicemen service- Georgia on Feb. 9. 1876.the Lions Club assisted in the Charter by> the Washateria' personnel. Is made by First Vice Chairman 'Th. I
control the without r
wt orably discharged daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs.r. ceremonies for the new Js. B. Wilson, acting In the rating of "satisfactory" In
recorded ad- and are Injured Night Henderson stated that the firm
among connected disability, moved to three major department! was
She accorded
* B. Baxter. absence of Chairman M. B. Her- t
held
to Butler Lions Club,
, medical service 14 are eligible for the govern Brooker with her parent at the Lake now ha* 15 units In use with/ five : Headquarter Company of I t

" 42 cpntacts and suspects ment's rehabilitation and educational of nine and was married on Tuesday night In Lake Butler. to be added upon delivery In approximately long.The : the Second Battalion 124th Infantry -- i
I age The Starke Club sponsored the meeting will begin at 8
arrested Service two weeks ThewlfBervlce .
case. In ad-< benefits. County 6. 1909 to L.' R. Gainey. who I following the Third Army') ,
Oil to Sept. In the neighboring 11at the chapter's new offices I
this organization of first p. '
said type laundry
nursing service there Officer A. L. Crosby survives her. She was a memberof I annual general Inspection of the ;
" n cases and 22 contacts week. The eligibility i I. author Rock Primitive Baptist I community.A. appeared three years ago but is I In the Health Clinic building, local National Guard unit Tues '
Pacts. the B. Baker president of the :on Church street. .
A. total Cro- now being established generally
113
of 884
were taws
It ized under Public Church for 35 years.In I day. Although detailed result of I
There were 57 clinic by said. Starke Lions brought greetings throughout the country. Mrs. W, R. Morse executive the Inspection were not announced .
she
13 to her husband .
tuberculosis tests 34 Training Is permitted at any addition Mr*. rom the sponsoring organization Henderson, who will provide acIve secretary this week expressed It was asserted that the Guard. 4
survived by two daughters main address was made Jt.
IIQl'Iing is and the
visit, and one caseSchimi level collegiate or noncolleglate Mrs. L A. management of the concern appreciation for the tine cooperation men gained the desired, rating In t
and f
given A. B. Crosby Dr. John J. Tlgert. prentdent
by>
aclvant- of Dr. A Y. Covington
that the Inscribed a* outstanding training, supply and adminUtra- 'I I
only M. Gainey,
-provided one son. Royce University of 110rlda.At .
Mints; of the
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Tents. Made lance and speed." county health officer in providIng tlon. I
tbt trainee made employable all of Jacksonville; seven grand ILl regular meeting here :
be .
will
school for th.
room In the
chapter
health Lt, Col. Robert B. llarkness
program of the laundry. Its "convenThe of
ages
tit and one great grandchild; the stark. Lions J
The children Monday night: I
training. Clinic I
J were first given acheeks as a result of his George W. Baxter for Washateria Is situated In building. Lake City the C, O. of the Sec.
brothers donate to flOO
two voted to up
anunatlon; must submit to examinations north of the ond Battalion commanded the .' ;
nad applicant of Brooker, and S. W. Baxter of baseball equipment' for the Starke the Mott building,
t, lklii of Vision, height, and then train for Tampa; one sister, Mrs. Rosetta Red Box.FRANA New Method Dry Cleaners Bus Service SoonThe unit In It. performance for the '.
throats and Inspector general, Lt. Co!. John \ I
leal. general and courses and a host r
of Tampa;
occupation
Children who required specific Kirchner lOBi'SELLEY: CARO I.<.NN OII.LIAK1J new Starve! City Transit, E. Walker, of the Infantry and :
har to employ- and nephews
nieces
Ilected doctor' examination approved and leading of Pall bearers were R. E. Hazen, Mr. and Mrs. Fred L Sell.y of Mr. snd Mrs. William H GU- providing bus service for Starke Col. H. W. Tarkington, of the j, .! f

: and were given a ability. B. F. Hazen. L. A. Mott R. H. Itarke announce the birth of a I lard. of Salerno, announce the and vicinity, will go Into operation Field Artillery. I

'"" Physical examination Further details are available at Green Jr., A'. L. Green, Jr., andL. son, Frank Robert. on Thursday birth of a daughter, Carol Ann June 1, according to an announcement Captain Richard O. Kldd Jr.. I
An?? hemoglobin and other the County Service Office in the Green. May 13. In the Shadycreat Hos- on May 2 in the Martin County yesterday by Wallace J. commander of the company hM.
R.
ot Parents are to be ad- courthouse Crosby Is on duty Funeral arrangements were Under pital., Before her marriage Mrs. Hospital at Stuart. Mr*. GilliardIs Carton owner. Schedule and expresll<
"detects foun4 Dr. Covl Tuesday. Thursday and SaturdaY, the direction of DeWItt C. Bailey wa Ml** Virginia Dunhi- I the former Miss. Eunice Orlffls rate will be announced next outfit's accomplishment! sloe I Ite ..

iii l that "many severe to discuss and expedite all form Jone- mer. of Stark. week. reactivation. ; '

Conditions were found relating to veterans' problems. I
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>J rm The I Tobacco Measured the State Veterans' Commission at I Court seeks. and divorce.cause, Mradfurd wherein County plaintiff n _. ._.- ---. _' '' '_'_

s Pass-a-Grllle for next week, May I Telegraph shall publlnh thin OrderIn ... -I_
Under AAA Program next four weekly. Icmuea., --P- r
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED : 26-29. Witness my hand and official .fiorrovhere I sit
seal[ nt Starko Florida, thin May ;o"b'y-Joe Mar
The local officer stated that
Measuring of Bradford's tobacco 15, U47.OFI"IlIAL. s sr
1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNu.EDITON acreages under the 1947 "TripleA" ex-servicemen requiring his aid ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas., ..
As Clerk of said Court.
and Entered tut Sec nd program, which began yesterday should not call during: this three- Hy Lucille C. Conner, U. C.
PuMkrhed 1 Every Friday will be completed by June Martin J. Pearl SOJ Graham Bldg.,
Office at Starke Via.' day period. The off'ce will ba lacknonvllle, Fla.
ClaM Matter at the Foal When Ed's
T, K. McClane
r I 15, County Agent Atty. for Plf. 6-11 4t 6-6 Crops Failed
*s has announced. Each grower will re-opened Saturday May 31. --. .
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MEMBERSubscription 1947 be advised of the official acreage iv riitrrrr; roiur. BIt..DFORDCI'N'1Y -
i. M.UII1UA' I." C1I V.%
rdfR; as soon as his farm has been Fresh stock of excellent typewriter CKHY. .-
Edward A Brunette, Plilntlff, vn.Kurbara Three rears ag0 IM Smith's !ark Two hoar ht
98 Annually ...10 For Six Month measured. ribbon at TilE TELE' :r, Ed Wu.
The penalty rate for marketingexcess GRAPH.iv Case No. 6620.OIIIEJL A. ,Brunette, Uttfemiuut'* went bail His i trop failed! and tt. session of hi. tome Mf( (@o"'

flue-cured tobacco will be OF rT' LICATIO'l!' wasn't long before Ed's hone aadfuraUfclnrs Inc; and the folk. who'd

19 cents pound, McClane stat!! : rmrriT .(01 nT. HH.\FOHI) AND NOTICE TO APPEAR were HP for auction. them were sitting. lIU4
per cota'rY' FLORIDA, 1M: (..IIAN STATB OF FLORIDA to: Around to
THIRD-PARTIES ARE HOPELESS Parbara Urunotte, whoso rpnl-
ed. clefY.Yancey ,
before Presidential C. O'niUy, PI lntiff. vnEMtellw dence and address In: li .BnonryStreet \ Half the town tamed out, and enjoyrnganeigltberlytymdEd
I As usually happens a year or so a ue-cured tobacco Is defined by V. O'Klley DefenJant. Can Hartfurd, Connecticut: must have thought his neighbors -to S 'JN LD If &iendibip

I, election, talk is making the rounds concerning the possibility Congress as one of the basic commodities -: No ORDEn 6639. OF PUBUfATION June You 16 are, 1947 required In the to above appear named on 1 were a bunch of hungry vultures tbeir confidence
t o, of a third-party entrant Into the "greatest race on earth". and as such Is entitled I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Court. sad cause, wherein plaintiff ,I, ':-baying op all his precious Today, K ?
of third-party movements in this country to price support. Farmers who STATIC Of FLORIDA to: seeks divorce. Bradford County other ((
The history lIt"lIe D. oniley whose residence Telegraph shall publish this Order possessions for a song. constructe .irom-" ,
certainly !Is not encouraging to possible aspirants. The elec- overplant the variety will not be Is unknown: In next four weekly Ireues.Witness community And turn tI
that the eligible for full participation In You are required to appear on my hand and official When it was over,'and the aueUonecr phsl,
toral system, plus the very practical fact only June IS, 1947, In the above named Heal at Starke, Florida, thin May we're all been veil.. hPadstaros ;
have the local organizations to get out programthe Court and .'au..e.. wh r.ln plaintiff 12, 1947. bad left. Sua Abernathy l Invcslmvnt in
established
parties government's pricesupportNo seeks divorce Bradford County (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. to tie crowd aad tare: "All a g.od mall
the vote v/orLs against them. Even Theodore: Roosevelt, I Telegraph shall publish this Order A* Clerk of said Couit.
acreage tolerances, such aa Lucille C. right folks, left Uke time mt for
personal following In next] four weekly Iseue.I fly Conner D. C.
running as an ex-President with an enormous were permitted In 1940, will be Witness my hand and official R. John Nelson 204 Lynch Bids. a glass of beer, tad then pert tab
could not make the grade. The elder LaFollette was peel at Stark, Florida, this May Jacksonville Fla., I c90e.
allowed this year. 14, 1947. Atty for Plf. 5-16 4t 6-6 stuff back: where it bel. lpI- '- .
one of the forceful personalities of his time, but the best he OFH'ICtAL SEAL) A. J Thomas .-. .-

could do as a third-party candidate was to carry the state of E. S. LaboratoriesHas All Hy Lucille Clerk of C.Bald Conner.Court.D, C.zarh iv: 'lItfTIT! FLOHIDA..rmi HT. nnAnroniroWTY. IN CIIAN- -.. .-.- -. "- "
Wisconsin. The perennial minor-party candidates--Socialist H. Douglas, aalncmvllle Fla CKHY. \jC
Prohibition, etc-rarely carry even a single county. Contracts With Atty. for Plf. 5-18 4t15 Earl Mary Lee lens Hodnett. Hod net, Defendant.t. Plaintiff Case v.. ...

This is definitely a two-party nation. Large Drug Firms IN ciitrt. IT Cot nT BR-'UFORJ No. B614.
}r r time It if the next election COl MTV, ...LOHII). 1'\1\ (' "' ''- ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
At the! present seems as CKHY. NOTICE TO APPEAR
1 r'W* will b"e.a fairly exact reflection of the famed RooseveltWillkierace E. H. Shafer of E. S. Laboratories !Norman O. Smith, Plaintiff v.. STATE OF FLORIDA to: I
a Grace IA Smith. Defendant. Cano Earl LeA Hodnett, whose residence
a to the extent that there will be no important differences Hampton, returned Wed- /No.' HA40.OltDBR. la Dry lyonff Louisiana;
1 ;, The isolationists, in either nesday May 7, from a business tripto : OF PUBLICATION!' You are required to appear on
+ I' over foreign policy principles. AND NOTICE TO AI>I'IAH!: June It, 1947 In the above named
now so heavily outnumbered that they hardly New York City, during whichhe STATE! OF FLORIDA tat: Court ddIV"oar' wherein plaintiff
are :
Wt party, signed contracts with McKesson (race I* Smith whose residence la seeks ,:, custody and support -
count as a factor. The campaign, as a consequence, will be Crumm Lynn, lennsylvenln: of minor child. Bradford County -
i 1 domestic issues. Robbins, wholesale druggists for You are requited to appear on : Telegraph ehall publleh thin
r'' conducted almost entirely on the merchandising of E. S. Skin June 19, 1947 In the above named Order In next four weekly lunuen
r t. It is taken for granted now that Mr. Truman will be Court and caua,i, wherein plain.tiff Witness my hand and oftlelalseal
. t Cream In their branches through seeks at Starke
divorce. Bradford County Florida, this May ./
the Democratic candidate. At the moment, the Republicans out the country. He also contracted Telegraph shall publish thin Order H, un -
Taft Vandenberg, and Dewey, In next four wet kly lull.... (:OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, M/'Letitrain..wliocar6i;
$ ? ti,. in the strongest positions are with the Bernard Medi- Witness my hand and official Aa Clerk of Bald r Court. '
r with Stassen and Warren as runners-up. cine Co., exporters for the marketing final at Starke: Florida, this May Rv Lucille C. Conner, D. C. mk' yew heir. wet tell

i The issues on which the campaign'will be fought are of the product In South :14 OFFICIAL 1947. SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Springs River. ,&Fla Anderson. Green. Cove t

{.r in the making now. One is labor. It has been forecast that I America and Canada. AH Mv Lucille Clerk
if Congress passes a "tough" labor bill, such as that approv1 I Mr. Shafer was accompanied to 7arh H. Douglas, Galn svllle.Fla, -
| by the House, President Truman may veto it. This, should New York by Douglas Hardy of I Atty. for Pit. 5-10 4t 6-6 No more soiled pillowcases y''

I'' 1 would give the Republicans a strong talking point, Hampton. who assisted him in the iv (niici. (' coiner. nn 'FOlin pa seed M hv"__.. s r
AGAIN ?
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happen LATE
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I purchase of a large mixing ma- ( 01 > ri.OUIIlC'KIIV. I" (" 11 ':11-
articularly if more major strikes occur between now and //
( chine filling machine and
a Earl o. IIcarHt Plaintiff v 8. Inn-
ilection., other equipment that will be nec- Ie llonrst Defonciunt. rave No,5031.OHDEtt LET US '
A President whose party had lost control of both OF Pl'HLU'ATIOVANI1 ; GET YOU '
RNSiiry for the wholesale produc- NOTICK TO Al'l' .JAH ,' Von can shampoo your hair A
branches of Congress would normally be regarded as a hopeless tion of K. S. Skin Cream. Mr. STATe OF FIARIDA to: THERE ON ..._ wl.h -

standard bearer. nut the Republicans now have a very Shafer also purchased large supplies nr..n Santo learnt Court, whose Apartment address 2121) ,Ifl,. Cleveland 4121- TIME/ 1 ''I'', r -yse

healthy respect for Mr. Truman's possibilities as a vote-I of chemicals while in New Clh 10.
You are required to appear on
I getter, and his recent increase in popularity has caused themto York. Tune 16. 1947. In the above named
lose the over-confidence that followed the last national Extensive alterations are now Court Reeks and divorce cause, and wherein plaintiff nf- JUST USE rptVa'
ciiHlody
made in the E. S. Laboratories
+ election. being minor children. EVadt'ord County
building (the former Hampton Telegraph' shall nbllnl this Order
in Con
a The bogging down of the Republican program In next four weekly l Issues.
held pORt office) and when the Witness hand and officialseal HAIR STRAIGHTENERthe
hopes the GOP might have my
d gress has" vanquished any new machinery Is installed the at Starke, Klorlda, thin May
in the next presidential election. Public 14. 1947.
landslide victory
for a of PHONE 150
will have 10-
plant a capacity
(OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas, new scientific way to
;p opinion polls indicate that this may be the closest contest 000 jars of cream per week.In A.. Clerk of said Court.

u t in a great many years-possibly the closest since the Wilson- addition to Mr. and Mrs. Zach iy Lucille H. Douglas C. Conner., Ualnenvllle D. C, Fin. STARKE TAXI SERVICE straighten your .hair right in your, own home without't

( (' Hught campaign. That in itself is a novelty after a series Shafer four persons will be em- Atly for Pit. 5-I 4t 6-8

; of campaigns in which the result was never seriously in ployed In the plant, labeling jars, I I> cinrriT. coi_'HT. nnnipnnnC'OI ravages of hot combs or strong caustics containing lye

doubt. packing, etc. NTV, FLOHIUI, IV CIItY-,
.
r. 4nv.: Eaaydo Heir' Slralghlener'. work l.hak.. .Ian lilt. .
VllllK JohnHtnne,
e e . . Herndon Mae Russell Johnstone Plaintiff, IJefenunt vn.- CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION permanent((3 to 6 month). Completely straightens the hair in one

.THLETES FOOT-ITCH Farmers Should Cano No. 6H4J. application. Learn hair airtight,soft smooth and .u,to manage
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION!
..don burn the skin discolor the haic. You shampoo
Get Pine Seedlings TheressaBy AND NOTICE TO APPEAR not or an
(, 1 NOT HARD TO KILL r STATE OF FLORIDA tot' your hair wee and ors apia and it will say itraighr.
As Possible Eva Mae Trlest Herndon Russell Johnetona, whose
r n IN ONE HOUR Soon residence la unknown
: No Other Slralghtener. it ixoctly tile EotyJo. It'.n entirelynew
r., tt I......,....: ..... \fO 1- e .. ... ... ."q's't/ You are required to appear on
ti eR. -9areR' Indication'" are that'et'' ** will' June 18. 1947. In thhr above. named type of hair .raight_...mild eaijr to UM and effective. It
: .m
t'C. sleoha : I Mr. and Mm Orlffla and, Court and cause. wherein plait straighten haW bf admitting the nil. of the hair to e .torn straight
,j .....b..i. RII_........ to KJU. as. Bra be unprecedented demand( tor Sidney tiff reeks divorce Bradford County '
-, an That' an thira ia it and
-"r------n. son, and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Thig- Telegraph ptibllnh this) Order shape. to just repeated combing
Today at Canova Pharmac7CAKES slash pine seedlings this winter, pen and son, all of Starke, were In next u'.h: weekly: IBHUOI. waiting periods. Eaajrdo has been eciantincallf, proved and

according to an announcement guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. eat Witness at Starke my, hand Florida and, this official May thoroughly! toted, and i it ia guaranteed to straighten your hair.

yesterday by County Agent T. K. Jimmie Swindell. 15(OFFICIAL, .1947. SEAL) A. J. Thomas Try Easydol Get a package today at your favorite drug or departmant -

) ,I McClane. Estimates made Ernest Trlest and Junior Her Aa Clerk of said Court. etora. If Eatydo fails to straighten you hair,you'll get" yourmonay
by
Extension Service men throughoutthe sey were visiting In Jacksonville J.By C Lucille, Durrance C. Conner, Jacksonville., l>. C.' Fla, back Discover for younelf this nay,proved way to md hair $200(

state predict that the demand Saturday. Atty. for Pit. 6-Il 4t 6-6 Mtaightanmg trouble and worm. yen t
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Packhamand
1 will be doubled and 'well In excess :- IN rinrriT Corn ImADFORn
of available trees. baby of Gainesville, were COUNTY FLORIDA' IN:\ ('II.V: USE ONLY tins TO.STRAIGHTEN YOUR HAIR
weekend visitors of relatives here, CHHY.William.
McCIane said that farmers Intending .
Clarence TJnnnln, Plaintiff
The Rev. and Mra. Webb and .
to plant seedlings should v... Mary Ann DennU, Defend
'. t daughter and the Rev. Webb's ant. Cave No. 6641
+ send In orders to the State For- ORDER OF J PUBLICATION!' PHARMACISTPhone
DAKED SPECIALFor parents, all of Green Cove Springswere
est Service AND NOTICE TO API-EAR
aa soon as possible,
dinner guests of Mrs. De- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Koch Drug Ston
Weddings, Birthdays as all applicants must be handledon
laney Dickinson and family Sun- Mary Ann Dennis, whose residenceis 64 STARKE
w etc. a first come, first served baal inn Ronedule Avenue, Madison,
Now Jersey) On-the-Mlnit Service
Application forms, order blanks day.Mr.
LAPPE BAKERY and Mrs E. S. Sibley and June You 16 are, 1947 required to appear on STARKE FLORIDA
and Instruction sheets are aVail- I In the above named r ,
daughter Ruth, Miss Carlle Mae
able at the County Agent's office.
Hall W. S. Sibley, and Mrs. D.

.... I r I Dickinson attended the BHS Bac-

calaureate exercises in Starke
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We Deliver
Sunday night.

t 4 F 'V r. Miss Ruth Sibley spent the Refreshment time have Coke
a
E weekend in Hampton with Miss .
; Armour'sCLOVERBLOOJl Martha Horne

i Mrs Garfield Johns and son.

Grady. and Richard John, of

; Hampton, spent Monday here with .

BUTTER Mra. Johns' sister, Mrs. Delaney -
t Dickinson.A .'.:... : .,-'

number of Theressaltes at- c' ,
d tended and enjoyed the supper '1 .'
given at the Salvation Army lu

I 65i Camp Monday night benefittingthe .e 1 1r

a Mercy League Sewing Circle.

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M'T :3,1917 BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEGRAPH. STARKK FLORIDA F/iOH THREE
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'Olll'r 1017 In tho
aIStaC11.tNfl' above named !
'liT (. b :' : 8TATK OF FLORIDA to: ('''urt f'"l.caiiHr, wherein Pasture Grasses Park Will
plain
FIupnfund Walter Bryant, who residence In tiff aeeke divorce Present
\(5 Went Math St., rirartfonl County
; p:nUCase I No.6621IIgS York City, New York.Apt. 63- New Telegraph In next four shall weekly publish lame this order', Available Free Musical Stage Show
i/ULICATION/ > You are required to appear on Wllnnij hand I I
\ F my and official Every Tuesday
: | Next
._w .- --,- neat 12 IH7.!at "8tai1"1' Florida. this 'uy Thursday

A.(o'pKiriAt... Clerk of SR\I.unlil )Court.\. J. Thomas, until' further notice quantitiesof :I A siippenae-fllled thriller. "The -THIS ATLANTIC EQUALS ANY ALE t'v8 I I If

toy Lucille' IT ('>'.niter. D, ('. improved pasture grasses, high- Locket", co-starring: Laralne Day, TA3TSO ANYWHBKS IN THE WORLD
Atty i IL K fur ferryman\\t\ !Hturke.: 6-10 Fin ,4t 6-6 ly adaptable to Bradford County,' BrIan Ahern, Robert Mltchum: e a f
will be available free of charge I and Gone Raymond, cornea Sun 0
I II I each Tuesday at the Agricultural day to the Park Theatre for a .
liitnir' ('01 n'r. nntn "nnn Experiment Station In Oalnl's\"l1Ie.i three-day run. The plot of this The Premium Ale .
,
r C)1'S'1'1', .; n.olllltn CIIt.-I County Agent T. K. McClane has engrossing film centers around the at the Popular Price m

,tames j It. Irwin. Ji,'.. plaintiff, vs.. I announced.The I strange power' of a locket that
CHHO Florence: Nci Shu 51122OHI1KH II. Irwin highly desirable varieties; wrecked the lives of three men. rjLAiIc I4ErcwD I

AND NOTICD OF '(TO' .,\'.Defenllant'l Pangola and Coastal Bermuda,! The mid-week double feature at N'' 6

86 Weekend Specials STATE OP FIXIRIPA to., are offered on a basla of "first' the Park will bring "liecoy", with + fEii? 4-
Phone Mm Florence Shtill Irwin vehoneresidence first served."
come Jean Gillie, Edward: Norris and If"
I and address! In: 048 Fll-I '\ 'full of Good Chtet It6
WE DELIVER; mora St., 0%;: Edward Baldwin Local farmers are advised to report Robert Armstrong, and "Girl on s
Hlvernldo.You New Jersey, to W. B. Stokes at the Sta the Spot" with Lois Collier Jens clip t
are required to Appear on
for Your Best Clothes Use tune IS 1947. In the above named tion's Agronomy Department, for Barker Fuzzy Knight and George
Large Court seeks and divorce rauniherein, tlradfonl County plaintiff I the grasiiea. McClane suggcHtedthat Dolenz. The latter film features '"
Telegraph shall publlHlt thin Older applicants bring potato rakes. modern Interpretations of the
I 31c In next four weekly 'limnex i After raking from plowed tracts famous Gilbert and Sullivan mel
e Pkg. Witness my hand and nffli'la
sent l ,ft EUatke Florida, thin aiuy the material will be loaded on odies.<
9. 1947. trucks. Thursday, May 29, the Park
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A, 'J. Thnmaa
Blue \n Clerk of Bali! Court The County Agent has requestedthat will be the scene of a tuneful
ICE I Pose45c T.Rv IjHflllB Frank O T'Rndrutn. ('...",...,, n!cI1.II C.rk .. Flu., all local stockmen bring to stage show when Lloyd 1'onry's'. r Mothers 1 I !
3 Ib. Atty for Pit. 5-lti 4t 0-6 his office five or six different size "Rainbow Ranch Girls" present
ticks. The Insects will be delivered throe big shown, at 4:30: 7:30 and
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icntriiT ('olll'r. nntnpnniCO ) to the State Livestock Sanitary 9:SO. TELEPHONE 52-J : ,
All Brands I MTV. Ft.ORISt. |> 'lltCKIIV. >_ Board for Identification. Purpose I
For The Finest
)LEO Per lb. 40c JameThoman. Kreldvr, Plaintiff behind the movo Is to determinethe Well Known Man Felt j.--"
vn Cora Clliulieth!: I Krehler. l>efenclitnt. possible presence of tho d'ead
Cnne Nn. 6lllrOnDER \ Like Swollen Balloon; Service
OF 1'lTlL.lrATION Texas fever tick within the State. Diaper 1
AND NOTiriJ' TO APPEAR The tick If present In spreading Full Of Stomach Gas e 4
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STATE OF FLORIDA
to.:
KITS ;Pkg.: 39cYellow Cora ICllxnbeth: Ktelder, whoa renUlenre numbers Would constitute a ma- That Modern Science and W 1
and, address I la Route I. UnIon jor threat to Florida's livestock Recently, a well known man
City Pa. ,
stated! that he used to feel like a
You > are required to appear on Induatry. Research Can Produce
June ID, 1947. In the above named swollen balloon after every meal.
Rose Guaranteed Court and cause herein plaintiff Potato growers are remindedthis He would bloat full of and t. 1
Self-Rising
gas
nftttkH dlvortiw. Itradford County week by McClane that May I
Telegraph shall publish this Order' pit up acidulous liquids for hours
25 hall been set the cut-off
In next, tour weekly IMMURX.WitneBM as after eating Was terribly con- ; We N Urnhh Hospital ('lean. Soft Sterilized
my hand anil official date for application for a certificate -
our SL. 89c S; 2.15 neat. nt Stark., Florida, thin May of eligibility to participateIn stipated. This man Is one of the i Diaper AnIE 16 1947.OFFICIAL
hundreds in this who i
I vicinity nowpral..e Two pt>IKcrf! >* Each Week.r .
SrjAI.: ) A. J. ThomaA, the 1947 potato price support I
An Clerk of laid Court I program. INNER-AID. He states he .. .... ,. I
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Hy Lucille f (Conner, n. C. was amazed at the results when
T Flunk TJI mlrum, Srnrko, Flu. I, Is made
Application on
aleys Cube Starch I'kgs. lOc Atty for Pit. 5-ltt 4t 6NO1M ment to certain terms and agree conditions he eats took what this he medicine.wants without Now teas he All This For 0,1t t Few Cfiil A Day

Growers are to make an
or bloating, and bowels are reg
H estimate of the maximum numberof
Notice la hereby given that the ular for the first time In yearn. \
Tall underpinned are engaged"" In bueineeaunder hundredweight of potatoes He feels like f'f\, \ lIt''I.Ir !' .
n new man. y.e\Dd
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the fictitious
ns25c name of Hon \
[ILK
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2 for ler HrotherH. (Ian. Company at Cal which will be declared to be qualified INNER-AID contains 12 Great ?
St Ktarke the, said,. Plu.flctltlouH.inil\ Inl.to name\ In register the'''- for price support. Furtherdetails Herbs; they cleanse bowel, cleargas J Ilnrfmann52J (t

Office. of the Clerk' of the Circuit can be learned at the office from stomach, act on sluggish '
Court James of U Hrndfonl, KoHlur County nne-hulf, Flit interest of the County Agent.For liver and kidneys. Miwrablepeopln \ I ,1 f 1'CLec:
enty of Coca-Cola 6 f for 25c : soon feel different, all ov..r.So v u : I
eat.Marvin R KoHler, ono-half Inter- .tamp pails, stamp pad don't go on suffering! Get

B-18 4t6 Ink rubber stamps, litters, nuinhorcrs INNEIt-A1D. Sold by all drug, aWWW10DAY
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PAGE FOUR I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKE. FLORIDA

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SOCIETY and CLUBS Mrs. Canova Presents 'Mrs.. McGriff HostessAt Colonial ThemeIs I MissColsorjToWed Ject School for were June discussed ? I


Pupils In Recital BridgeLuncheonOrchid Carried Out James J, Hayes young people's rally phnl of ,T fOr

i 1 ,; Friday Night gladioli, roses and plum- In May BreakfastThe Mr. and Mrs Clyde W. Colson River Association to bT.the:

Miss Frances Peek Popular Bride-Elect bago were used In decorating the announce the engagement of their the local church in July ,.J
music student of Mrs L. outstanding social event of
At Series of Lovely PartiesOne The Green McGriff home on Call St daughter. Carolyn, to Robert L. so discussed
Complimented A. Canova will be heard In recital the late Spring season was the Hayes, eon of James J. Hayes and I
Tuesday when Mrs. McQrlff entertained Mrs.
(Friday) at 8 o'clock In May Breakfast !given by the social A. J. Thomas
of the loveliest In a series The L. H. Hilt home in Lawtey tonight at a delightful bridge the late Mrs. Hayes of Oxford, port on the gal'! '
the Baptist Church auditorium. A committee, Mrs. J. W Kincaid, Enlistment
+ of parties planned for Miss Frances was/ the lovely setting for a bridge luncheon. N. C.The. .Mrs R. B. Alvarez work
i delightful program has/ been arranged chairman, of the Woman's Club "
report
Peek, whose marriage to Roy party Tuesday night when Mrs wedding will be an event of the YWA "
arrival at
4 by Mrs. Canova. to present Upon one o'clock the Thursday, :May 15th: in the club work .
,N event of Hill and Mrs. Hallie Jones enter- In the First Christian
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:M. Ward will be an July, guests were served a two course June A tribute
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to the following building.The was'
' was the luncheon given Wednesday tained the TuA day night bridge advantage groupof luncheon at the bridge table Church, Starke, Immediately following of the late paid to the.
ory
talented : turned Mrs.
'ihF at the State Farm by Mrs. J. M. club and a few other guests, hon- pupils Each table was covered with a large auditorium, the morning service. The sent, Sr. w 4.
Hembree and Mrs H. M. Richarde oring Miss Frances Peek, much John Canova, Diane Gillian Del beautiful hand embroidered cloth Into a veritable colonial flower Rev. J. B. Dixon will be the of- WMS a past prwlder"

i at the home of the former. feted bride-elect of the summer ano Thomas, Darrow) Mixon, and centered with a bud vase holding garden, made a beautiful and fitting ficiating minister. No Invitationsare
George Canova. Ronald Andrews, setting for the large U- The meeting was.
Beautiful arrangements of pastel season. artistic arrangement sot pink being mailed, but all friends clolrd
't. colored gladioli, blue daisies, and Quantities of mixed summer Levy Canova Jr., Linda Walker, rose buds and blue plumbago. shaped table and the smaller and relatives of the couple are invited sentence prayers
1 Rivera Stub- tables. Dolls, dressed in colonial
J } corn flower were used in decoratIng flowers, gladioli and crepe myrtle Bulge Searing. Mary Following lunch four to attend.
) -
' bins Joan Joan progressions costumes and standing in a minIature -
Sllcox. Tenly,
the Hembree home for this predominating were used In dec of bridge were enjoyed. At The couple will leave soon after Times Have
David Canova Barbara flower garden, were used
Holloway, Chang
affair. One of the the Hill's attractive home
delightful orating
the conclusion of the game Mrs. with, old-fa hloned the ceremony for a wedding trip
BettAnn and Smith. alternately
Flynn, Billy
most artistic of the floral pieces for the party. Adding further J. R. Kite was presented with a i to North Carolina.Mr. azf -
The l la cordialInvited on the tables. Lacy "s
t was the arrangement of yellow charm to the affair were tan public nosegays I ?f
double deck of cards as her reward fern intermingled with the doll Hayes is employed by the
,;'; N gladioli and blue daisies, which burning white candles placed at to hear these young artists. for making Mr
k high score. and bouquets ran the entire Starke Coca-Cola Bottling Co.,,
h p, centered the dining table. vantage points throughout the reception O. L. Haynes made low and '
received -
tor's with red ribbon marked Mr.Ward'lI length of the table. On thspeaker's and he and his bride will residein
'd The guests were seated at card hall, living room and sun as a consolation prize: a table Starke.
an exquisite ar-
tables In the living room, porch. place.Fol1owlng of .e.
placed package paper guest towels. In rangement of mixed spring flow-
dining room and den, each table During the game CocaColasand the chicken barbecue a game of bingo Mrs. J. L. An- era added further charm to the Circles
being covered with a white cloth glazed peanuts were served supper the hosts, presented the derson won a set of coasters Baptist
Another featureof
I and centered with a miniature by the hostesses, assisted by Miss honorees with an electric kitchen During the afternoon Mrs. Me setting.the;"garden" was artistic the old wish- Met At ChurchThe

' pastel colored glass basket holdIng Enza Blanchard.Mrs. clock made represent a tea Griff served her guests delicious well with
ing rose
a rambling
1 pink rose buds. ria IIf'cardlifurther ; A. Holiday was found to fruit punch. WMS of the Baptist Church --
pot.Those climbing on the side of it.
r; carried out the bridal mot be the holder of high score at the invited to be with Miss Those enjoying this lovely ate held ita regular monthly business
.
t Mrs Kincaid acted mistress
ti)o tit. "' ""*'.4::: conclusion of the game and was Peek, Mr Ward, Mrs. and Mrs. fair with the hostess were: Mrs of ceremonies and introduced as Mrs. meeting Tuesday in the Church .

_' During the. afternoon Miss June presented with a set of crystal Wainwright and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Mrs. J. R. Wainwright R. A. Green of the club annex with 18 members present.

a' po+,! 7 Caldwell played several piano ash trays. Mrs. R. Q. Kldd won Graham were: Mr. and Mrs. W C. Mrs. A. Johns, Mrs. O. L. who gave a, president short welcoming address -, The meeting was presided over But the Custom Hasn'

numbers and Mrs. R. J. Davis the galloping goose prize and receIved Powell, :Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wood, Haynes, Mrs. A. Z. Adklna Mrs followed by an introductionof by the president, Mrs. H. L. For Photographs of

sang "Because" and "I Love You a box of note paper. In Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale, Mr. and W. B. Mundy, Mrs. J. L. Ander the past/ presidents, officers Hough, and Mrs. G. W. Alderman, W

Truly". the bingo games the prizes were' Mrs. Fred Guy, Mr, and Mrs. Ron, Mrs. P. B. Stubbins, Mrs. F and visitors. treasurer, gave the financial re dings and Other Ettn

The hoslean's gift to the honoree awarded to Mrs. James Lewis and Merrill Struth, Mr. and Mr*. Joe F. Stump, Mrs. Edward Burns, The which port. Offering for the afternoon
program, was presented WRITE T. 11. OSBOro
was a beautiful linen luncheon Miss Lillian Stump. Scanlan, Mr and Mrs A. Holi- Mrs R. A. Green, Mrs. Hans Wal- Mrs. Kincaid was $4.915.The .
1' by further carried -
t h ,+ set. Miss Peek was the recipient of day, Mr. and Mrs R. G Kldd, Mr. ker, Mrs. J. R. Kite, Mrs. O. L out the colonial and Spring Community Missions reportwas Box 423 or Call at

j -Those present to enjoy this a beautiful crystal bowl, a gift and Mrs. Hallle Jones, Dr. and Beasley, Mrs. T. F. Landrum, and motif. Little Margaret Rose Dun- given by Mrs. W R. Morse, Hoover pros Studio

: dv 1 lovely affair with Mrs. Richards, from the hostesses Mrs J. M. Hembree Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. E. L. Matthews can, representing the "Breath ofSpring" and plans for the Vacation Bible
Mrs. Hembree, and Miss Peek Club members and other guests H. H. Adams and Mr. and< Mrs.S. .
the witha ,
I were: Mrs. S. L Peek, mother of enjoying the evening with Mrs. R. Johns, Jr. opened program --
Mrs. Edwards Will
o ;11 the bride-elect. Mrs. J. H. Rltch, Hill, Mrs. Jones, and Miss Peek beautiful dance, a feature of the

Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs. F. H. were: Mrs. S. L Peek, Mrs. R. O. Mrs. Glen Wood and Mrs. Ar- Present PupilsIn skit "Long, Long Ago". Miss 11111 ALVAREZ' STORE ;;: h X
Ona Demorest, portrayed the partof Establi i t
Kidd. Miss Lucille Mitchell Miss
4 ) la ; Long Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs. thur Holiday were co-hostesses
RecitalMrs. ,
I Frank Landrum, Mrs. W. E. Mld- Della Roeenber,. Mrs Merrill Saturday night when they enter Monday the old-fanhloned girl Rang the --- -
1 solo part In "Long, Long Ago"Others .
t Unton, Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Mrs.O Strutb Mrs. Richard Thede of talned at dessert bridge honoring Will] Edwards will present
taking part In the skit
{ L. Beasley, Mrs. R. J. Davis Jacksonville, Mrs. Joe Scanlan Miss Frances bride-
Peek popular her music students in recital :Monday
t J were: Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mrs.
J. E. Wllxon Mrs. L. H. Mrs. W. H. Graham, Mrs James
Mrs. : 26 8 o'clock 3 PC. BEDROOM SUITS 89J
+ 11111 of Lawtey, Mrs Morgan Lewis, Misses Evelyn and Lillian elect.The evening. May at K. Q. Duncan, Florence Brown, -
O. L. Haynea home on .In the USO auditorium. The public and Mrs. Klncaid.
a Mrs. H. C. Rltch Mrs. Stump, Mrs. Eldridge Smith, Mrs
Darby, :
South Water St., was the Is Invited to hear the
scene
program Mrs. Eldridge Smith presentedher
Richard Thede of Jacksonville W C. Powell, Mrs. C. A. Darby, BED, VANITY and CHEST2Piece
for this lovely affair. Beautiful ,which is described as varying kindergarten children, who
Mrs. Johns A. M Mrs Morgan Darby, Mrs. Guy
r S. R. Jr., Mrs. ?
.
arrangements of red gladioli from "boogie to Chopin"
were danced the minuet. This was followed -
Mrs. A. Mrs. Glenn
4 ot Sale Holiday.
Rlcharde, Mrs. C. V. Saylea
? ( placed throughout the rooms The following students will be
by Florence Brown
Wood and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. : playing
Miami Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, and
I -- where the guests were entertained.The heard: three accordion numbers, "Coun- l -
e
Mrs E. L. Matthews.
honoree and her friends Edwin Marshall, Martha Horne,
try Garden", "Sweet Genevleve"and ,
Miss Frances Peek and her fiance -
Roy M. Ward, were honored found their places for dessert at Kenneth Tyus, Delores Marshall, "Old Lang Syne". Florencewas Living Room $

V Wi guests Thursday evening of last the bridge tables by means of Florence Brown, Marilyn Crosby, accompanied at the piano by

CCEAM_ LIN CSS week at a delightfully Informal bridal place card-tallies.. Janette Priest, Clair Jean Mundy, Mrs. Kincaid. .

f> \ $ NEXT TQGODMVESS supper party when :Mr. and Mrs. Following dessert three progressions Peggy Caldwell, Pamela Fay Lawson Gilbert Newcomb ,tenor sang Suit r i
1
J/ R. Wainwright and Mr and of bridge were enjoyed. Miss Betty Williams, Alvin Lewis, "Memories", accompanied by Mrs.
, Madge Whigham made Barbara Jean Prevatt, Julia
Mary
ylAr',1.. Mrs. W. H. Graham entertainedat high score Kincaid. Miss June Caldwell
the Alvarez summer home on and was presented with a beautiful Futch, Mary Ann Wells, David played a medley of old familiar
vase. Mrs. W. C. Powell made Wlndell Kelly, Julia Law- $129.00
Klngsley Lake The lake cottageat i Kelly, songs, followed by Miss Garnlta
present Is occupied by Mr and second high and received a box son, Jo Ann Smith, Peggy Ann Hutto who sang "Who Will Buy

Mrs. Graham. of note paper. The galloping Wiggins Margaret Rose Duncan, My Violets?" Miss Hutto was also -

goose prize note paper was won Helen Whitfield, Nancy Bates, accompanied by Mrs. Kincaid.
The long supper table was placed "
by Mrs. O. L. Bud Lawson, June Caldwell, Har- P
Hayncs.
In the yard, fronting the lake The concluding number on the ? Wood Range 89.5
"IXlfJ6SElWI THIS and resting under the large The hostesses present :MIss old Godwin Agnes Lawson, Ona program was a sonlf.and dance

GotD M/UL ALWAYSHILL'S nolia trees. Gaily colored paper mag- Peek with a pair of hand ,'em- Demorest Frances Caldwell, Bar!: skit by hiss Janet Anderson and Q 04 PORCELAIN FR&NT
: broidered cascn of bara Moore, Gayle Moore, Lou
IN 1'/6801111 R D cloths covered the table while pillow a gift Pat McGriff.
remembrance of the Edwards and Ada Edwards.
,
artistic arrangement. of pinecones occasion. Following, the program, Mrs. M. r

placed at Intervals,: were Those playing bridge with Mrs. F. Brown, chairman of finance, WOOD COOK STOVE
a s
used as decorations Wood, Mrs. Holiday, and Miss Waldo OES NoticeWaldo announced that the finance COm- Sizes 8-16 34.50
-
Peek were: Mrs. S. L. Peek
COFFEE SHOP Miss Peek's place-was marked mittee realized a profit of $300on
mother of the bride elect, Mrs No. 120 OSS
with a corsage made of varl-col- Chapter the electric refrigerator that

y1.. P 151 WEST CALL ST. ored plastic measuring spoons, J. R. Wainwright Mrs. WT. H. meets 'tonight (Friday) at 6:3i was given aWay at the breakfast SIMMONS Portable

tied with matching ribbons. A Graham, Miss Lucllla. Mitchell, o'clock for a brief session as mOlt It was won by Mrs. C. E. Hern-
STARKE FLA. Machines
Mrs. G. L. Patten, Miss METAL Washing
Madge members
expect tit greet Mrs.
biscuit cutter b 0 1& t 0 nnlere tied wall.The BEDS
Whigham. Mrs. W. C. Powell, Mrs. Opal Bartow, Worthy Grand Matron following girls, dressed In Ideal For Baby

Joe Scanlan, Mrs. R. O. Kldd, who will make her official colonial costumes, served the
{ i NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERSIN Mrs. O. It. Haynes, Misses Evelyn visit to Gainesville Chapter No breakfast to the 108 members and Mattresses Laundry

i-- NORTH STARKE and Lillian Stump, Mrs Eldridge 44 tonight at 8 o'clock. according visitors present: Misses Betty Ann

,tM Smith, Miss Della Roseberg, and to Mrs. Louise Raulerson, Flynn, Janet Anderson, Idell Lan- And Springs 39.00

A Special Act was passed at the 1945 Legislature ex Mrs. Merrill Struth. secretary.Well drum. Ona Demorest, June Cald-

> tending the City Limits of Starke and taking in certain well, and Ann Wilt. Pat McGrlff

d", property owners north of town. It is not my desire to also] assisted with the serving.A 0
C. H. DRIGGERS FURNITURE
lk' have my property within the City Limits and I believe brief business meeting, pre-

that many others who were taken in are also! opposed sided over by the president, was

to this action. Therefore I am circulating a petition held Immediately following the PHONE 43 -:_ STARKE, FL.%.

asking that the City Limits be changed to omit our I breakfast. .

l property as was done for property owners east of town n I.
i who did not want to be within the City Limits. Any well Parties for these (NBC, NYC) Is due to arrive the Winsome ClassThe

early summer brides seem to be first of June for a two week's H !e is the long awaited new-day
property owner who wishes to sign this petition
J. may occupying the social spotlight vacation Paul end hta mother regular business meeting of << '
IG" do_ so by calling at my home or bottling plant. these days Lovely affairs for usually spend his vacation at the Winsome Class of the First nvracle! of home waving. .

JOS. RABECK Frances Peek are transpiring with Jacksonville Beach but this time Baptist Church will be held in the

great regularity at the rate of one they'll change the scene and will church annex Friday night May r e .. ...

: (or more) a da/-(or at least, occupy the E. L. Matthews cot- 30, at 7:30: o'clock. All members

i _-_ so It seems) She was even tage on Kingsley Glancingover are asked to be present as plans '

THURSDAY feted by candlelight the other the list of grads at the U ofF will be made at this time for the

F R"' night when the power failed at I note that Jimmy Sewell will annual class banquet. I ; ".

STARKE hFL': Lawtey and hostess Emma Hill deceive his BChE at commence- e6wtQ c ,
MAY 2 9 t hON
IIc' (Mrs. L. 11.) had to rely on an ment weekend exercises Gainesville AMIIICA'S 'INIIT HOMt tale MAYA

I ,r emergency supply of candle to June 8-9 .

THE light her bridge tables And a .:i... k NewtypeMiracle
STAGE good thing she had them'tooLet .
Harry Rivers, who born
that be a lesson to our hostesses was
Curler ol
and reared in Starke but who
LLOYD POSEY'S'Rainbow Always be prepared! h
moved from here about 30 years WITH THE SIIP4IDO/111114

And not all the brlde-!>Ct fete- ago, was back In town Tuesday J

has been renewing old acquaintances ..ADDStNFINAIToucHTONOMtwaYINS_
the
Ranch Girls' Ing taking place on
1 local scene, either Talla "Familiar faces are few and far sum IT usiit,SIMMII, A JTM,
"
hassee's stately halls of learningwere between, he commented "but, IMPIOYIS Tin Cull

the scene of a gala gathering after all what can you expect u4. ,p

3 Big Shows --- 4:30: 7:30: 9:30: last night when Catharine Noll- after 30 years T" Harry,

man did the honors for Idalou whose father, W. H. Rivera operated

m ( ) Davis whose a store on Call Street at
Dooley engagemento
; Sun. Mon, TIN. Frl. Sat. _*May 30. 31DQVULK Leonard Smith (Jr.) was re-. one time, is now a resident of Vic ;* *
f May Z5. 26. 27 toria. Texas and
Just "got a hankering" -
.
.
.S FUATURK: cently announced Kay's party
In the form of kitchen to come back to Florida *
was a nir-roop ntm-Moo roirnvstocnW
"The Locket"Laralne Boris KarloU and look around after all these am)M ,fr lad*-.,mutt, i.rlw..p
shower and held in the
was dining >MI> 5.I. Mpw.11NMM. laaUKillwii .,. .: ,
is years He was accompaniedby
of Landls Hall
r room Recreation
Day Irian Aherne The tables covered with his wife and their 11-year-old
Isle) I of f the Dead were
Robert> Jane '
NNecctednShanmead red and white checked cloths and daughter. Lou Glimpsed
Also << Red Monteith (recently moved to z wTtlsiti
novelty placecards were In the Crow I
Subjects :A News Buried Alive TheScreen's shape of silverware The only Eustis) along Call Street Monday

proudly exhibiting a handsomely M ,
lighting was from red candles '
Wed. Thun. May SS 29 Most Nightmarish placed In the middle of each table mounted 11-pound black bass :; fi l ILe.w-M k

i DOUBLE FKATURR"DECOY": Twenty-four of DooUy's close which he caught In Lake Sellers

My tery friend enjoyed this event, show In the National Forest on May Now Crowning Glory-tha cold wave delia'-' wine hen uit.d

Shocker. ering her with all kinds of gifts 16. Friends wero kidding Red, crested avpaoalff .fbt. "boma ma_u 5r. Gary is cWrIe b. .
saying that the Eustls Chamberof .net.....(o ua than ...The DtLuMaat contains no alD..oal' '
for the kitchen which she will : 0U
; Jean Ollllo, Edward Norris, With soon be Commerce loaned him the fish indudaa 40 Mind. Curbn...plus a Growling, Gory .I.oliman I. d ": "
presiding over
"""
i&s)' / + Robert Armstrong to bring up here and show oft naw ihampoo which idaaHy...... crMudUdtad .p.o 01 a6c
Ellen Drew, Marc! Cramer .hair.for. lovaly natural-looking I by one, jraanBlul.
And Note In the mall this week from :as a publicity stunt! your your ova die
And Crowning Glory. _You can b.ibiscal r wch..producd
r -
ii Mae (Priest) Mattlx. now a resident lutaly ODnfidml of,.............tha..." rigid Iabor.roty cond. For.Nater", .

bin of Mt. Vernon, 111., stating Well, monk of our attention right first lima you cold-wava your hair a* naturJ-lookmi ..,w

Silver Stallion'With that she'll be down to visit the now Is centered around those BHS 11' horn with Crowning Glary Millions of on Cmmma Gbryl
home /oiks around the first of grads who received their coveted! .

.r On The Spot"LoU David Sharp! June Hear that Fay Yar- sheepskins last night .. .. Sorry -.. .......... Oe .LaCas---1. "C::
THESMARTSHOP .. ... .
ra9adyw .
brough of 193 students the ual.
was one the ceremonies happened too late Ce l I""
4M6'' y CoUleiv_ Dark! Also Chapter 0 ...c.. ... O.L. tv.-n..I4.wr cw-
to ate r. recently awarded honors In for me to give you the highlight

p; .,,,4 Fuzzy Knit-fat. Oeo. Dotoas, "Rex & Rinty" the CoUg of Letters and Scienceat this week, but hop to give a full

P Edward. 8. Bropny the University of Wisconsin ?... report In the next .. ; So l lone, KOCH DRUG STORE{

; Awl NEWS And Cartoon Nicer Isn't It. to bask In: such reflected until then ,

glory i -. Paul Knight Carolyn.. J ,
STARKE. FLA.

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MAY :lS, M7 BRADFORD
COUNTY
1', = TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA -- PAGE FIVE t

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of LOCAL: NEWS Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald has returned Mrs. R. O. KldJ and baby Mar. ftOTICH No. BB5I.
ITS I Telegraph ahnlt this Order
to her home In Tampa cia Mrs. Valrle Kidd and Mrs.! untl.Voiles: I I.' hereby. given that the nItOF.R opt > In nextfour weekly publish l.aua.Wltneni I
ralKn*T
< >ar* sacred In bunl- AND NOTICEtTo'APFiBA
after enjoying a visit here with R. J. Davie spent Monday In' nse. undo the R my hand and official
flvMtlona name of STATR] IIF PI.ORIDA .
to' Vlrtrel seal at Btark), Florida, thla Msy16th
Mrs. her daughter, Mrs. M. F. Brown. Jacksonville.Col. i The WaaMtcrln sya2lt7rmpie Av*., wllllamaon, whoa renldnnra la un.IOFFICIAL.
Vasley has returned Edward Burns. 'Mrs. A. Z. Mlarka, Urmlforit County, Florida l We"t J-ak
i41 ) Blret. JIIInol. ) .
: Chicago HEATA. J. Ttomae,
O. L thf' weekend in AdkIns Mrs. O. L. Beasley, end Mr. and Mrs. Artford Brown of and Mrs. d. C. Irwin, Miss and Intonil( to regbdar; in,* ald flcltloue : ... ". Clerk of sold Court,

pending Mr andwith Mrs. J. KIncaid Gainesville were guests Sundayand Jean Irwin and Mrs. T. F. Gradyare Clerk t of name th. l In the Ofru-a of the You are required to appear on Hv I.m-IHo "I'. Conner, r>. C.Martin I I
will
'Ircult
her parent leave tomorrow Court of Bradford June J3rd 11147, In the 'almv named J. Pearl. 803 tlrahant. Blda
Monday of Mr and spending some time In south County Via Court anti
for a week's vacation In Mrs. W. i ilanderson cause, wherein plaintiff Jackaonvlllc. Fla.
Durden.> K F:, half Interest seeks dlvorr. .
C. H. Hrndforil
Smith. Florida on vacation. County AllY. for Pit 5-23 41 '-Unnri'iT
Jacksonville Beach. While there C. J. Cruce halt """""". Telegraph shall publish this Order _
; I'
Thelma Agustinewihj they will stop at the Oceanic IMPORTANT! Read. page 3 of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy attended B-S3:! 4t I.U0 In Witness next four weekly \lamiea, IN: ('ot>nt. IIRADFOnDrO11Y'ry

d I in St Hotel.E. June READERS' DIGEST! care a Rotary dinner at the 400 \ rU"1') 0'" AI-I>I.irtriov von peal at Ht.rkx my, hnnil Klorldn and, this official May I PI.OHIII IN: (,;11no"y. \"" .

T. fully. Then phone 148 and kt Club In Gainesville Tuesday night TItKKU: : lAth 1947.OFFICIAL, I
us .
j L Briggs of Jackson- Reynolds of Starke spent ...... mil *.. iMiia. ( 111\; :"'.) A. J. Thomas, .1o H Hrnillev. I'Ulntlff. vs. OlurKHtella
tell\ what to Butch Smith of Mr. : Bradley tu-femlnnt. Can
several days last week In Talla- you do about It. young son NOTICK IS HUKEIIY IIIVKX, that Aa Clark at paid Court .
pent the weekend here aseit hassee as Dr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Junius M Smith underwent :J. H, Rowe the holder of the fol nv Lucille C. (Conner t>. C. No. 6HSO.ORItKR
brother-in-law guest of N. D. Wainwright C. F. Sayles of lowing rrrtlflrntc. Klvera. M Anilvmon Ureen Cove. : OP PfBLICATION L
of her a In the Ala. ; han tiled aaldcertlllcalrs | AND NOTICB TO APFRARSTATM I
tonsilectomy .
Miami Springs FinAlly
Jr.
Bradford en route to their for '
summer a. tnt dvvil to l .
Z. County >' '
Mrs A. for OK I l.'IXHII to OlnrKMelln
!
Cter, Judge and solon. Duringthe Friday morn- home in Little Switzerland N. C., chua County Hospital Gainesville, iKHiiod thereon.. The rrrllflcnt lir 5-23 4t 6-13 llrnillnv whim residence. 1.1! .
Friday morning. numlmr and yearn of Ixxuniico, the I' o. Box 4i. Fort Payne, Alabama.You I
Ing session of the Legislature. Mr. were guests a few days this week .I..rll'llcn of the property| and iv: riRci'i-r roi'HT.' BRADFORD are required to appear onJune .

Wainwright Introduced Mr. Reynolds of Mrs. Sayles' brother-in-law and Miss Louise Snyder who Is employed are the nail"an follows In which: It was. ...Mi HHvd roiiNrr.'Eli Y. ri."Hii Ai IN. CHIN.Ma 23 1047 In the above namedCourt

as a visitor from his county sister, Judge and Mrs. E. K. aa an attache at the Legislature Vrtlflcat No. 47 Year of Is5usnce Sue lathes, Plaintiff vn. Tom. geek., and divorca-cause, wherein flradford.plaintiff Cnnnty ,

and recognition was given by the Perryman, and other relatives.Mr in Tallahassee spent the June I. A. P. iillQ. ml. Edward Hattlea, IVfvndant. TnliRrnph ahall publish' this Order
[OUR WATCH i UcniTlptlon of Property Hi!] S Cane. No. /HUSO.OHI1RK In nest four weekly: Inane.. :
House. Also Rep. WaInwright and Mrs. R. A. Coition and week-end here with her mother B* or NK": ,.of awi, *.. ni. % of NW"; OF PtTRUCATION I Witness my hand and official sealat
the Best I Mrs. A. F. Sauls and Mr. Sauls. of HEV: s.... 8, Township 11 South ANt NOTICB TO APPKAIt .
serves arranged an introduction to Gov. children spent Sunday and Monday lunge. Sa 1-.1.. containing Hi arras 8TATH OF .KI.OHIHA: Tommlo 11147.I Storks. Fl.irl.ln, this May II.

Caldwell In the executive offices in Valdosta da, visiting rela For home portraits see T. nOaborne. > more or IPH*. Rdward lluttlvn where leHltlune leunknoH OFFICIAL WISAt' : ) A. J. Thomas,

for his guest. tives. See ac1 on page 4. I I bith Name ItobliiHon In I which, 1'.t.AIi : assessed Kllsii-. n. A" Clark of pall Court.Hv : **
You ire required, to appear' on I l.urlllH C, Conner D. C.
For wedding portraits see T. D. Mrs W. M. Crensler and Mr. and Mrs. John Cone and ( ..f raid' 1 property being In the June a.lid, I ID47. .In the alinMi tmmeil ;Martin J. I' ..rl. 801 Oruhain Bid*;.
son "fly of Bradford. Slain uf Klor- Court And ,
bnrne. See ml tuuao, wherein iilnlntlffa Jacksonville, Kill.tly .
on paint Billy and( daughter Ann will their daughter (If Madison were Ida ...ka. dlvert-e. llradfnrd. County for rir. 5-2S 4t I.U
i uf 'o'D Jack Troutman of Atlanta Ga, leave tomorrow for Denver Colorado guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Unlace' shall such. IIA oortlf redeemed Icntn or i-..rtlflcuttm I
aeroul'
was the guest Monday of his to Join Mr. Cressler. Kelly Sunday. Mrs Earl Claytonand Inn to law the i roiciiy ..il I
WRS'GtiREPAIR uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. K. also of Madison In HIM, 'h certificate or rprtirimtvawill NOTICE
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Lee and daughter, li. sold to the I
O. Duncan.Dr. I son highest bidder am no longer located at 305 I
were weekend guests of the Kel- at the court house U...or on the
M. B. Her'long left Monday Bobby returned Thursday to their firm Monday In the month of July, Church Street. For the next few weeks at
home In 1047, which la .. see me my
for Miami Greenwich. Conn., after lys.Mr. the 7th, day of July
ust orthy Service to visit his brother. and Mrs. C. W. Nicholson 1947, truck or cull 189.DRAKE. I
three weeks Dell
at the
J. Herlong. spending l)al,.c! thlir 20th| day of Mnv. ID47
Mrs. W J. 0.I'I| cottage on Kingsley Lake Mrs. former residents of Starke now I I. Churchwell Mrs. :
Plork of lirmlriinl I
circuit Court ,
Lee living in Akron, Ohio were visit- of
ley F. Strong L. Haynes Mrs. W. E. Middle ton i' and Bobby have spent the county' Florliln. 5-2.1 it 6-13 ,
Ing friends here and relatives in _
and Mrs. J. B. Cottrell attendedthe past two months here with her _

F BLAND1NO JEWELER district meeting of the WSCS parents Mr. and Mis. E. J. Waldo Tuesday They are spend I" iv (incur roiirr. P"'FOllnI
IM1 Dowling. ing several weeks at White 101'1'01'1'1'r' ri.oiiniti IN. t-'II"N.: I ,
SINCE In Hawthorne last Friday. I I I 1FN VIVity .

Adv. available In Mrs. W. E. Dowling and sons, Springs where Mr. Nicholson'sparents N. T.iui.lvrliut. .k Heath l Ph..In-
space City
1)7 West Call St. are vacationing for their tiff VH. \VllllHin" Clarence llcnth : '
Bus. Contact W.3. Canon. Bx.375IiiT Billy and Jimmy are spendingthis I Def..nlant. ,'"." No Bun:I IOKDKIl TOBACCO GROWERS :
I week in Palatka with Mrs.Dowllng's health. I OP PPrtl.ll'ATION
AND NOTICT; ] Tn APPBAH
IJr. M. B. Herlong returned last
parents Mr.. and Mrs. 8TATU OP Jl'L.UICllI.I. Wllllum

Roy Mathews.The week from. Myrtle Beach. S. C., Clarpiira IlAnlh I ., whose reildiinu Let Us Write Your

general public N Invited. to where he attended a reunion of and address la: Unknown. I
medicineat I' You are rmiulrnl to aiippar on
the YEW Dance, 9 p. m. Thursday his class in the school of June 23, 1947. In the nliovo iiHmoit,

I All.I the U. of S. C. and also a Court and entice', wherein plaintiff HAIL INSURANCE
I May 29 at the Armory. seeks. divorce .anil r""I'WIIII( of.
I mission price for men WI.20 medical association.Dr. I maiden. nnnm lirnilford. (I'ounly t

PECIAL Lanes free. Music by Toby and :Mrs.\ O. L. Kelley and In Telegraph next four Hhnll weekly.bll..1\IXKIUVltnoiiH thin'. Order NOW He fore You Need II

.. Doudy's Orchestra. children. Bill and Ginger of West I \ my hand and offli-lnl
coal at Slurkn,
x Florida thin May 2J.
-...... j Billy Cressler, Marcus Brown Palm Beach were guests Sunday : 1947

i and Kaapar Duncan are upending of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite. OFFICIAL SBAt.) A. J. Thomnl. FJverj Branch of

FRIDAY SATURDAY ONLY : i a few days this week camping on Rivers Buford Jr., a student at Itv AH I.Clerk ucl lie of f'. Mnld(Conner Court 1>. r-.

've 'Klngsley' Lake. T Frank I.anili"um, $1',it 'k.> Fin.
in
the University of Florida Ally fur I'lf. ', 21 it t a-13IN
| Mra. P. M. Barefoot Miss Sara Gainesville, spent Tuesday Wednesday __ INSURANCEH.

VALUES ; Barefoot, and};frs. Simeon Phillips and Thursday here with riiKiir ...0'.1.UFO"" i

and children spent Sunday in his brother-in-law and sister Dr. I ('111 1'Y. KIOIIIDtl IV ISY.t ..
1 .
I KIIY.Doi.nhv:
4.95&5.95 Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs. C. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins. 1'i'Shil Mciry. I'laliillff, v". '
J. Devlin. Hlrltaul, U, Alvliy, I ffnilant' I'IINU C. WALL AGENCYPlease L
Adv. space available In C'lty NO: :.,rsounEn. .
| Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale attendedthe <
OP' rt'ni.icATTov
Rx.375Mrs.
HIM. ContattV.. J. Carson,
banquet given! by the Graham- I I AND NOTir-R TO AITKAH
Kendrick Is STVIKOF FLORIDA Itlilllirilt Phone 146
Jones Paper Co. at the Seminole T. N. spendingthis ti)
? Merry whale IK,
week )In Lakeland with her Ml' J. :: 'R'M\ ., %
Club at Jacksonville Beach Saturday ( J. I IroBii
T'81 son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and ett rest, ('hll'l''''', Illlnoltf
night. CONSTANT SKUVICE: OVER 50 YEARSCLASSIFIED
You Hro 'letiulreil onJilni
i nppenr| |
I Mrs. S. I* Peek and Miss Fran Mrs. Tolbeit Black. i 21, 11117\ ,, In ;t..It nhnvf ;unne'II'oUIt ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mom-ley and and CHUNheriln phi lfl tlff
ces Peek spent Tuesday in Jack I; leeks dlvono. IIr".lt'>I'I1 County
395 sonville. family of Plant City were weekend Teli-irrnph shill nubllxh this Order f t

I guests of his mother Mrs In net four weekly 'Issues
Gainesville
i, Mrs. E. C. Sparltj of Witness my band anti official I

la the guest this week of her son Edith Moseley.Mrs. I Baal. nt Htarho. Florida, thin Muy t
in It
11147.
21.
Pedklns was
W. H.
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I
(OFFICIAL A. J. Thomas I
S. E. Sparks. Riverside Hospital Jacksonville, An Clark of sill. CourtHy FOR vnnlAR w. have new DON'T Pnflt11CT-wnrumublle &110'
I for a medical check-up. t.iicllln C. (Connnr D. C. PI 11!,<_<> auto' radio. Immediate> lion awry IV..<2n..y". & at '
| Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Pegolaand Monday /mil M l Inoglae, llalnHKMIIe. Kill.Atty InKlallntlnit.' An low ac 142 HOHIIKI ,. Oalnievlllitlluy Market{ ,
Mis. Lillian Flores of Jacksonville T. J. Letchworth of Greenville for 1'ir 6-21 4t D-11 RADIO HKTIVU'IS ;or sell IfHAHdAIMN

were guests Sunday of Is spending a few days here with Court at UutllHun streets, IIIlar...It..

Mrs. David IN nun IT eut'IIT BIlanvonn In tioiiil. radloa and
his granddaughter
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sauls.Don't IkllSTV, FLOIIllltl IN :11,45. riidln. .phonnMrapliat. lay .a. little>
I forget the dance at the Kelly. 'HHV.Hitttl t wsok.' Comphll.. '- I ILI"o"U
Just Received Over 500 May Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Knight and ('. llunmliker. 1'111 Inlltt. VH. LIST YOUK FARM CITY AND cuaraniaixl or :.I'.O'O::: ;::;y .
[ Armory 9 p. m. Thursday, ciHlborno It. lluiiHutknr" liefeiuluntCu / BUSINESS PROPERTY ".."k. Itl HJ"IIIOItt 11AI IO WICK-
of Gainesville were guestsof .... 6669.OltnPll .
29, sponsored by the VFW. Music family, N i VICE. Court at MaJleun streets I
Knight'a parents Col.\ and : OP' PJTnLICATIOM t*
Mr.
.
by Toby Dowdy's OnhP8tra.Claude ANn NOTIC-n TO APl'IOAHBTATM 1tIP.lr
Pairs Children'sWeatherbird G. Kelly, of Lakeland Mrs. D. E. Knight Sunday. (FIIIIIUA I.i>' ClaK. t gr tSTROUT.EEl.i.T a ,
horn. U .HunHiirker.. %% hoierenl* foil ItKNT Twn-rncim rurnlahnilaimrtmont. .
Martinez Is spending NMATtlAL
I was a weekend guest of hU Mrs. Joe deuce In, 221 North Cass Avenue.Pontlni :: U..nminiiMe. Clot in, I
I Mrs. G. H. Blount and several weeks in West Palm Beach '. Mli. 'Illan.y"u JOB I ICatt Madison street. Htarko
.
i mother .0..4. .."..tI... ., i.e... at (fe)
ShoesAll his sister, Mrs. Eunice Box. Miss with her son and daughter-in-law Jim 23: are 1947.raqulred In the tn above appear mimed on Try prep.rty. .... .... avvr3.OOO t N
and Mrs. J. A. Martinez. She wherein / ..!... .f lf.m.._ farm*- CONHULT H. P. WtWKL.lt, Uplrlt.uallat .
will be Mr. Court and plaintiffNefkM
Gloria Kelly, of Branford uaune A..... .. .5. ,
Friday dlvorcn' ITadrord, County Barer from ill T rWcrld. M.illurn, anil llealar. Btat
Styles and Sizes ( their guest this weekend. was accompanied there last T"I.rn.'h| ahull puhllnh thlw. itiiler Fr.. ..... \..tl... and County lluneii. 1 tell y."..

Friends of Mrs. R. A. Weeks by Mra. A. W. Anderson, who In next four weekly iHMuea. E. A.STROVT REALTY AGENCY Un Luther Clurk.,plac* a ink N.

2.95 to 5.95Robbins' will regret to learn that she isI returned to Starke Monday after ." Wltnena| at Htarke my, Florida hand .and, this officialR .Muy Represented, Locally By Hl of.Stark n. on HJ. 100.. lip 1.,010 ft-t for tr

I confined to St. LuktJ's Hospital visiting In West Palm Beach and U. 1\147.\ F. C. HOIXING8WOIITU I
FOR HALHJ
Hot
water lank 6UKal. '
(OFFICIAL SRAI: ) A. J. Thomas, ,
In Jacksonville following an op. Miami. A. Clerk I of slid' Court. tie So. Walnut St.! cal>''U,1I7., Stark Beauty

eration. IMPORTANT! Read page 5 of Hy 1..lIlft.. !! f'. i'niter, n. ('. Shop
Zaoh II. notmlua, lulneiivllle. ., Pin
Miss Joan Carpenter returned June READERS' IHOKST care fur Plf. 5-21 41 6-1 MATTnBSHEH!: of all kind. r.novt FOR HAUW-i3>:I".t.-l.. ..wliir. in.
Montreat College fully. Then phone 116 and let u.. Ally .4; furniture uphol.t.r.d ana chin at J. I'. Jtobcrta Motor,
yesterday from r..flnlnh.<1. limp u* a card "''I.rke. if
Montreal N. C., where she attended tell you what to do about It. IN! rinrt ,'r cot 11T, nntiirniiitOIri HAHTINOH'! MATTUEHH! CO.? l"wm
the second semester of Mrs Pauline Stone and Ml s "' ', KLOItlllil IN IIIAN.Krnm .. I 150 I P.lalka l Fl.. U HOIIMR Volt HA MO-Framii. ., Klunnii.
8-roumn,
'El1Y I furnlehoil two tulles t
school to spend the summer vacation I Mamie Anderson, both of Archer : K Dunnavunt Plaintiff v*. I FOR BALB! -t-teadroom lion.... HWo and .IUt....,, running water. In a

"THE STORE with her parents, Mr. and were guests Sunday of Mr. and KJ: f. I liiniiuvant l>..f..ndfint. Cuii. I ..... H. Bay Ht., HturkB Klcellonliiondlllon roams, gas heat aulomatlo.. 30-
OF VALUES"
No, GB!>7DFtnKK. occupied by owner un r.I"I"r.I"h. t water !healer,
Mrs. E. M. Davis. () ul In. 2 ,
Mrs. Junlus Smith. I I : F PITBLirATION tll rnrvntly. Attraotlv eonvon TerniH.,
MIR Dofothy Claire Klckllter 1 Is ANI> NOTK-R TO API'BAH fret lot For Information writ film N Walnut HI. or writ bus
I HTATK Oh' FIXKII Hi: l IM. t,. C. .1 .DKVlln. 1111 CYP..... aulnnvlll 711. Ktftikit, If. tit If'Olt
spending a two weeks' vacation DiinniivHnt' whose rHlilne IM, 2IHlli *. or Telephone I43IJ. Brb'e 1
in Atlanta with her brother-In- "irwood:: Avenue Alcoa: THnneimeu.Vou 15.500. t( BAI.K A I.T ft. wMlk'ln
are. regnlred|. 1 to appear on cnnlnr. AlJio ,
a -.r solid oak
Mrs. A. .
and
law and sister Mr. Jun 23. 1017 In the ahov named 1.lvlnn.r Dos Cheap JoneKiii'JLy
pedals Specials Specials W. Hendricks. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ANY TYPE dump truck tiaulliiK, '!!: ""..''*. ai.1"fI
jerks dlvorra Ilradford. County ALSO' fill illrt for pals. dnllvorodHradfurd _
VFW Dance Thursday, !May 29. Teleitrniih' chill phlleh thin Order JolIlIln..rlnll Co. Phi'* FOR flAr.foI.al.I. nuernney mlllcow 7

at the Armory. Toby Dnwdy'sOrchestra. In opal four weekly liaiien.rllnann 'I I at If .. with her. A w....10. old, nm>nd
Invited.Mrs. .. mv hand and officialseal heifer .-..If. J. W. Iledenbauirh. ,
Everyone al Htarki', Klorldii, ibis .May llmiipton. if ,
1 TABLE |
BYLO Lge. Heavy Ply All-Metal
Kffle: Johns was the weekend 31. 1947. i -
fOFP'lfIAI, SBAI) A.J. Thomas, 16xl IIUTMKNTS; W ANTI .
I'-M..n fur Htnmlaril r"f.
[Dining Chairs Velour Bot- guest of her son and daugh- I A. Clerk of cold Court. I Ye n llonl. In Hta,'k., Apply o. M.

Cribs h ter-ln-law Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Hy l.uclll" C. runner, 1) C. ', Moved on Your Lot Wllh.nioii, an Thon.pMon. Bl! ,
] tom 1 Large BUFFET. Beds Za.'h II M'lilKlua, O..ln..nII! Fin. Htark.. lip 1-Ji
Johns, I in Lake City. I Ally far I'lf 0-21 4t -3 Set on Foundation I
_Mi. "a Marv Louise Durshlmer Is j Foil HALM AT IMWTKY: l-etory I
and Crib [ --- Miss Margaret i.. "nt<"iir )1'11T. miKI>IIII $225: ronnm ring: room, ,ti' room,
Price 194.00 Double her aunt, 'n"
Original visiting 4.01 N'rv, Ki.onimi IN. CHAN.Mnrlha .. haws: lower floor ha* lied
Durxhlmer, In Brooksvllle. 1'1':11 Y. 1 hath. I'vt apt upntulr with
Mattresses Size Ellen Ilildd Ililtxon Plaintiff ,both. Dmihlfi Haritir, 4 mire'
Albert Kruse Is participatingIn vii WllllHm II, MutKon, Dcfcndant 16xlH j HUTMENTS land Clue to ni'honl and I
I
and Reduced To $169.50 two weeks' training at the I'uiie.. N>i r.11'1ANIl rhurrhse.-3lre.| Joyce 'r. P'ult'ho' .

Marine Corps base In Cherry, OnbEll,NOTICR OF :1'1I111.ICATIOll'TO AI'PNAtt" $::150 f.o.b. Camp IllandlnR IjiWIey UpFOIt

BYLOYouth Buy This Beautiful DINETTE 8.95 point N. C. He Is a Captain in HTATi:: OK Fl.llHIIIA to: WIIILumD / HAI.K AT HTAIIKK-liulldln*
[ I HiitHon., wh',... (ant known reiild with II apartments. Hooil lavnm
the Marine Reserve ..n..a end. nijilreaa la <%, denernllivllvery I Cued ItiilldlnK :Material, !Hilling< t'onvmilently li.. )NOW ONLY ONE LEFT We Have ManySelections .'.Iv. space available In City I Charleiiton Mouth ('uroUna. portion. I'yNh or term' M,..

Beds! In Bu.... Contact W. J. Carson Ilx.315: You. are re'iulrert I to appear on h8., Electric Fixtures I ft.. loy T futrh., f.nwtey. Itp

Make Mrs. R. B. Trask. of Lakeland or before .liln 21rd, 1947. In the Fluorescent Lights/ Mammltr, WI1.I HIT WITH YOIJII IIA"Y.
[STUDIO COUCHES day of night Phone UK, Htark.
andMattresses Odd. Beds Mrs. ahnva nomad Court and raun ,
is the guest/ of her mother wherein plaintiff. arctic tfUvorreBradford HIinrtrcM'li. Ijivoratorli-i, Toilet lip

[Twin or Double Beds. Plain or W. H. Perkins and her sister County Telegraph. oh,11publl.h Fixture. FOIL "AI.I'-O"
Ordxr In four Knlvlnator electrlri. -
this nat
I Fancy Upholstery. Duplex InIJUY and SAVE Mrs. E. B. Searing here this weekly Ifiauen. I .r.IS..r.I. Can ba lean at tNmlll'e
U.r.... on Tempi'
week. Wlinp m> hand and. official SEE .. J. I'lEItSON 1 I II
DENMARK'SQuality Avenue, fltark. |7S each 10. W. ,
Now nerspring Mattresses. At entered St. Luke's eal at Mtark Florida' this 18th I
Burge Searing of May. IU7.'OFFI'IAL II Gate Camp Handing Hayes. if
[ 99 50 Hospital In Jacksonville yesterdayfor tiE A I.) A. J. Thomas, I
SPECIAL A..* Clerk of said Court. PHEW IIOOKI.ET: about cancer I I.
h dl i se a tonxilectomy. nr I.nelll r*. (Conner D. C. your for the aoklnir Simply .
Available.1 John .I, Hendvraon E.'|1. St.! Augeetin. aend nama and address nn pot I
MOWERSer Only'T'S I .. Fl. ItRRHHMAKINO Af.TKHATIONHMr card to American Caner Society
LAWN Methodists Enjoy : Ally for pir. a." 4t .ia *. H. U. Hlarllnc"' lUllbronn 2> Ann hit, New York I, NV.
.
SpringS\ III. t, llox 14, mark. lltlh
Jfp ..2.1 I
Fellowship SupperAround IN: nnri'IT rofMT ni Ai>ronnCOI I FOR Lf1.-16 ft. bnat pr-war, ,
NTV, VLOHlnAI IN: CHAN.Maricarrt : FOR BALErm.. house (I bad. .t..I. with air chamh.re. A I".u.
I'r-RV'. room. ..''r<**n. Window PORCELAIN t ; q wv 100 members of the I.ln'l'pra Hetaer Plaintiff' I, dining room cumlilnatlon, bath email hnuee trailer, ned. repair.A. .
TOP Methodist Church gathered v*. \villlam K.: Hetxor, Defendant, with uttawar, built-in kitchen Rose, care Kli-i'trln H..rvlv, .*
First Cal No 6145.ntnert cabinet .k.roiin cook stove, Supply fall "t. Htark. J'h. 7*.
frr) / In the recreation building Monday !: or pirnLicATioiANM water. .heater, itara.* attached I. lip
Shades Tables for the annual Fellowship rWrjClfl TO APPRARBTATB Two chi.....n hvuniiM and rt.n,
night or rijntittiA to. wullam fruit' and .h.". trees, lot la IDs CJfiOD QIJAMTr IIRAVY ti.: ,I! t
I Supper sponsored by the Boardof K. Select whoa taut known I 145. I miles from Ht..rll..t Klne.- Situ far HI no WOHTHWIIIIMCIIICKH. ,!I.
Available Stewards. The ladles of the reldenc. *nil address la KantMoorehead I"p Vlll/ aon Itnail ill i). 45on ; /ol l W, North Ave lleltlmor 'f
(Street Charlotte, North rash, or our acuity and 12ft I r, Mil II *-.
75 church prepared and served the Carvllnai.. payments. Jet. M I'arM-
Today monthly
I. I I, You are renulred. to appear on or : : rt. I, bee . Miark. lip F',Ft L-! New factory-hulll
me..l.L. before June 23rd. 1947. In the above trailer with' new tire, all .t..|
CENTER A. Davis, church treasurer, I named Court and cause, wherein APARTMENT FOR ItFST-3 room boily. Pi.r.ilt Service Htatlon on I )
65c submitted* report indicating plaintiff seeks dl dlvor.. HradfordCnnnly with barb B... Jon. .WlUr.o ,at Temple Are It
I.
!
DRAWER! Telegraph nhall publish thl ']f. C. Wall Agency Mturk. It?
__ }- _ _ the excellent financial standing Order In ne.t four weekly laaue.. i F"'H HAI.K-Martin outboard motor
.A time Witness my hand. and official peal, PAIIT KITTRIt. Will ear for 71 III', with ,
_ .. - - the; church at the present new plywood "0.'.
Florida, this IHlh babl. email r
t Mtarke, I or chlldron by the Will troll nr du 20 M PH. Puroll
AT U D. Vlflln, finance chairman: Mar. 1'41.CO..F1CIAL. ,1 I hour In their home or at my nwn. H-rvlce Station, Tempi Av*.,
A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER emphasised the importance of A* Clark of sell sEAL Court) A. J. Tbooiaa Contact. Norms: Hwny, llamiiInn. dhlt- Hierke. It.

signing' pledge far the year in Pv Lrfinlll C. Cnnnar. D. C. FOR RENT-1-room modern fur.
order that tbe church budget of John' J. llendcrion, E! .<|., Ml. Aagua- 'FOR SALE Excellent bl.... 2hU nlehed ..oU.<.. Has .aa .'0.*. 4
JOHN FURNITURE CO. tin.. formerly used aa officer club. electrla' refrigerator. Aleo large I
H. DENMARK approximately $10.000 might be AII,._ oV'pMT. -M carried: out systematically. pollahed fI..ora. laraT window. Temple Ave., { I11. tf
EOVRTRADOBD Can bII
." cmcrrr used aa store or made In
STARKE FLA. The Rev. W. J. ChurchweU. par I"OI'.TY.: riOBIOA. IM CHAM to dy9i.s house of 1 or a FOR BALJ9.-An International Farm- ;i
PIONE.151 tor, served aa master of cere caar.Erl. .- .yaelose horn. Cask O-i.: '*. all tractor, model r.... on ai..l. ,.. .
... Wllllam..n. Plaintiff vs. Vlrtrel Reaaonaol. "'r.. W. ... Nollman. A-l condition. Lo..n D. nreen, '
mooJes. Wtlllamaon./ DetendanC. Ca.. 2U .W,, Madison Btftrk lip Htark. lip ,-. .

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. . . and a great fellowship was enjoyed -10f Rome Ga. were recent guests guests of Rev and Mrs. W. O. H. II. Smith and three children, completing the school term aa Instructor -I urday. -----=:::::"

when the Rev. George of the Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall. Smedley in Lake Butler Sunday.Mr. I Mabel, Harry and David< expectto of the 6th and 6th Mr. and !Mrs
Pine Level Hodges, of Jacksonville, delivered Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dobba, of and Mrs. Harry Tyson and leave shortly for Miami where grades.A Starke were visitor! f rvr; ,' v*\!

,Yi;+ By Mr*. II. M. McRae a very moving sermon. Lake City, were visiting Mr. and little daughters nave returned to they will remain for some time large number of Hamptonltes Mrs. Alberta Hod here S
. . . The Rev. W. E. Hall conductedthe Mrs. B. AI, McRae Sunday.Mr. their home In Miami following a with relatives. Mrs. Smith has attended Baccalaureate Services: titan of t::olumbra, s r &n4
short visit with Mr. Tyson's been quite active in church and and Commencement Exercises of ,, baIt
regular services at Pine Level and Mrs. N. A. Conner, of par- visiting her < ?, ,
MWi SUNDAY SCHOOL PARTY i Baptist Church here Sunday. Lake Butler, spent Thursday night, ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Tyson. civic affairs and was presidentof Bradford High School in Starke Hardy and Mr j tin, 'I
t' Wednesday< night of last week Good crowds were present at all and Friday of last week here with Little Miss Linda Johns o f the Hampton Parent Teachers this week. Hampton's three grad- 'am
' the primary Sunday School clans 1 services.A. their son-in-law and daughter Starke spent the pad weekend Association during the past year, uates, Miss\ Harvene Watterson, Singing
so it la with real regret we see Miss Betty Horne and Bobby Dyal, Convention
Mr. and Mrs Owen McRae. with her cousin, Jane RIcharde.
7 of Pine Level Baptist Church was D. McRae, of Tampa, Is them leave our community, while
the
} his and neice, Mr. Mr and Mrs. Robert Myrick are S. Sgt and Mrs. Jacfc' Bradleyand are receiving congratulations The Bradford County
ri tl honored with a supper held at the visiting nephew extending a cordial welcome to and best wishes of their 81.,
many y.
Convention
Mrs. H. W. McRae. receiving congratulations since the baby daughter. Gall, of Tampa will meet
hundred and
a, church. Approximately two the newcomers. Mabel Smith has friends. at 2.
persons were In attendance Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Thornburg, birth of a daughter, Katherine were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. been spending the past week with D. V. Underwood, of Gainesville Sunday May 25 at the W'al\ :'
J. M. last weekend. Baptist Church.
I Sue, on May 10. Bradley The
relatives in Pulaski, Ga. \ was a visitor: here last Sat- Invited. pub
Hall, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hitch of
Mr. and Mrs. William Guy Among those attending Graduation -
Worked-out of Palatka, were dinner guests of Kingsley Lake were supper guests: Exercises Wednesday of last -- --------- '04___
Why SELL TIMBER? his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. of Mr1! and Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde week were Miss Hazel Brown, of _
W. E. Hall, Saturday Friday.Mr. Jacksonville, Miss Rita DI Beto, Longer Wear .
Mrs. F L. Conner and son. Harold and Mrs. J. N. Whitfield Maurice and Gordon Seley of Through Expert
It will show little or no growth. Mrs W. R. Wood, and Mrs. and Miss Ella Nash of Jackson- Citra. Repaj
It will die sooner or later or be blown W. M. Sikes, all of Jacksonville, ville visited Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Mrs. Johnson of Atlanta, Ga., NEW LIFE FOR OLD SHOES
down by strong winds. were dinner guests of Mr. and Whitfield Sunday. Mrs. C. E. Stelnhauser, Mrs. O. J.
''gyp Mrs. Owen McRae Friday of last Mr and Mrs. J. G. Godwin( entertained Lelte, Mrs. W. L. Summers, and BIGGS & BAKER
time I have
At the present a mar
as their dinner guest Mrs. M. H. Roberts of Jacksonville -
! ket for worked out timber.I week.Miss Lucile Barnes, of Rising, last Thursday evening Mr. and were visiting friends here on 105 W. Call St. Starke, Fla.
was visiting Miss Gwendolyn Mc-. Mrs. Harold Wall, Mr. and Mrs. Monday. These five sisters were
WILL PAY A GOOD PRICE FOR Rae Sunday.Mrs. Junlus Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Robert known as the Rowe Girls, when
""I H. M. McRae spent. the Weeks and Mr. and Mrs Joe they resided In Hampton some 25
'''
,, to SEE IT N-O-W! past two weeks In Gainesville Andrews, all of Starke. years ago, and still have many
IS with her sisters-in-law, Mrs. Lil- Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Young spent old friends here who welcome
lian McRae and Mrs. Herbert in visitorsof 'them on their rare visits. NOTICETO
Sunday Macclenny as
{ } Edwin W. Peck Send me a post card andI Hayes. Mr. and Mrs .Samuel Crews Mrs. Eliza Hall, who has been I
will come to see you. Miss Beatrice Barnes, who became and of Mrs. George Hurst and visiting In several states duringthe
the bride of John V. Pugley Colson Hurst. winter and early spring arrived -
i' Phone G5D-J T. O. Box 463 Gainesville, Fla. March 31, is now residing at Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Parker and Saturday to visit her daughter ALL MY CUSTOMERS
Jon Long Island New daughters were with relatives 111 Mrs. Marvin Williams and
f4ijj York. She writes that she likes Tampa Saturday and Sunday.Mr. sister, Mrs. R. L. Brown.A .
r her new home very much. and Mrs. W. N. North and delightful picnic dinner was Dodge & Plymouth Owners
enjoyed at Gold Head Branch
. . . son. Billy, spent the past weekend
Lb. with Lt. Com. and Mrs Oscar State Park last Sunday, when the .
Roofing -- 45 55 65 & 90 Beavers at Velano Beach, St. M. L. Watterson family, the O
State FarmBy Augustine. D. Gays and T. F Brown family I Am Now Located
combined forces and food for this .
Mm. Bryan WMtfleld Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
RED, BLUE . . . e Randall last week were Mrs. Carl! outing. Also along were Miss At STARKE MOTORS, 225
Thick Butt Shingles GREEN Beck and Miss Jean Beck, of! Martha Horne, Miss Ruth Sib- Temple Ave. With First Class
BOY SCOUTS IIVVE SUPPER Waynesboto, Mississippi, Mr. and Icy, J. L. Slade, Jr., Rex Brooks, ,
n Boy Scout Troop 104, sponsoredby Mrs. C. J. Smith, of High Springs, and Junior Horne. Equipment To Service Your
bid WITty the Ralford Baptist Church, and Mrs .Maude Johnson and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wigginsand
New Oil Range 3 Burner OVEN was honored with a surprise supper and Mrs. W. W. Fish and family Joe Wiggins were visitors to Automobile
at their regular meeting Mon- of Jacksonville.Mrs. Macclenny last Friday.
day night. J. E. Chambers hall been Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Shafer returned -
The supper was prepared and the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Centel recently from a brief visit PERSONAL INTEREST TO ALL
Tricycles \Wagons Baby Strollers given by the mothers of the Scouts Chambers In Jacksonville this to New York City, which they
and it was enjoyed on the Church week. made by automobile*
Mr. and Mrs. Archie! G. Eiland W. V. CUNTERUNDERSTANDING
lawn.The following Scouts attended: -. .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .. .- .. .. .. and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon,
rl Johns Manville Asbestos Siding Jimmy Godwin' ; Charles Spooner,, Jr., of Deland, have been recent I
,ryry Laverne Spooner, Leonard Sapp,, HamptonBy visitors here. 1
John Green Sapp, Sullivan Bloods- Mrs. Ruby M. Underwood and

worth, Quentin Bloodsworth, Mar .Mr... .M..C.. Sweeney. . daughters, Marlene, Mary Elizabeth -
!iN Many Other Items vin Prltchett, John William Car- and Martha, were luncheon
' ter, Bud Dobbs, Carl Tyre Jack DRY RALLY HELD guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. based upon long years of wide exper-
', In Hardware Coson, Kenneth Barwick, Tommy The Rally held at the school Preston Durden at the Salvation ience and Serving dignifies this funeral
Quality Dowling, and Spanky McLendon, last Friday by the Bradford Army Camp, near Keystone home with a superior excellence in
mascot. County Drys proved to be of great Heights. handling affairs of sacred discretion.DEWITT .
The meeting was held under interest to all those who attended. Waldon B. Wadsworth of the
the direction of R. P. McLendon,, Talks were given by seven prom- Merchant Marine left Sunday
Scoutmaster, and H. O. Bates, III,, inent citizens of Hampton and night for Baltimore, Md.,by plane, 4.
Farmers' Supply Assistant Scoutmaster. I Theresa Including Emory Galley, after spending several days with
The troop is scheduled to leave of the Salvation Army, who re his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. C. JONES
Sunday afternoon, May 23th. for I lated several personal experiences. Wadsworth, Sr.
i Camp Echockotee for their eum- Mrs. J. W, Horne entertainedthe AMBULANCE SERVICE
& .MIKE MARUCA, Owner STARKE FLA. [jner's encampment" of one week., Mr and Mrs. Atliss Roberts Woman's: Missionary" Society .FuneralDirtctor- .
r z I Camp plans were madE and discussed and family moved last week to at her home last Thursday: Membership -
e STARKE
at the meeting. Lake City where Mr. Roberts will > attendance was good 'anda PHONE TOur
be associated with his father in pleasant time was had by all.
BRIDGE LUNCHEON local funeral home enables us to
I the hardware business. Miss Edna Dudley left last week
i Mrs. L. F. offer conveniences and services
X Chapman was hostess not
wflCANNON at her home Monday, entertainingthe Baltimore Mr. and, Md.Mrs., have Lewis Smith of for her home In Newberry, after otherwise available.We i
6RU ERYS' recently purchased
And WEBB%
I State Farm Bridge Club at a the house and filling sta- The TELEGRAPH has Just. received !
buffet luncheon. Late spring tion owned by Mr. and Mrs. H. new pre-war quality REAL furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices id
flowers were used In artistic arrangements H. Smith at Hampton Junction. rubber baD d .. Plenty o accept ANT life insurance policy In force, issued by ANY com
SPECIALS that emphasized the "Bill"\ Smith has re-entered the s-t-r-e-t-c-h and snap, and paoy, as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Cowulutloa:,
elegance that marked this strength. Four sizes at carries I
ffli lovely Merchant Marino service 49o pet no obligation.ASHETERIA
and Mrs.
Fri.- Sat. ONLY
affair. uarter-pound box.A real bargain .-=
i Luncheon wan served from the .,-- - - - - .
CHOICE MEATS & PRODUCE beautifully appointed dining room
table and places were found at
card tables through the drawingof
j J No. 2 1-2 Can PLEEZING numbers. To Mrs. J. R. Kite, ,

Sauer Kraut .10 holder Chapman of presented the lucky a number"door prize", Mrs., INIIO
Fancy t
- cream sachet. W OPEN J
!tl 1t
Guests other than club members -
No. 2 1-2 Can PLEEZING were Mrs. Jack Freeman,
Mr J. R. Parker, Mrs. J. G.
Caldwell, Mrs. R. p. McLendon,
Sweet YeL Yams .21 Mrs. J. A Bouvier, Mrs. Martha

Griner, Jr., Mrs. L. A. Shepherdand yL2

11 No. 2 Can PLEEZING In Mrs.the games Bryan that Whltfield.were played .

during the afternoon Mrs. J. G.
rt v I French Style String Beans .14 Godwin received a double deck of
x l card aa high bridge prize, and

T- ,* --- -. ,,,.* -- Mrs. J. M. Hembree also received
One To A Customer 9 curds as second high bridge prize. -
Mrs. M. E. Griner was lucky in
+ Qts. Clorox bingo and her award was a set
.X3
of table mats, I 321: : TEMPLE AVENUE STARKE
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Lydia (Cray; Facial Tissue .10 H.BRIDGE Wednesday M. Rlcharde LUNCHEON of entertained last week Mrs.the j ,

,. State,Farm Bridge Club at a seated AUTOMATIC BENDIX WASHERS
While It Lasts luncheon. Guests ,In additionto


Lge. Bar Octagon Soap .10 J.Mrs.A club,L.Bouvier A.members Shepherd, Mrs. J.Included, Mrs.G. Caldwell Martin Mrs., SOAP FURNISHEDTake

.- .. Griner, Jr., and Mrs A. M. Rich-

..w Y Large Vel I Soap .29 arde.A.variety of color and species The Drudgery Out Of Wash Day!

Yt Pkg. Powders wa noted In the lovely blossoms
that enhanced the beauty of the ,
Rlcharde home on this occasion.
100 PC. PURE ALL PURPOSE GRIND
Arrangements of carnations

'COFFEE 1Lbna* luncheon tered the was card served.tables at which cen-the Place Your Laundry In One Of Our


.',, v' AEI ; SHOP" 39CMEATS contract Following a, Mrs plastic three W. apron progressions N. North as high received of- Automatic Machines And In 40 Min-

prize and Mrs. L. F. Chapmanwas

high awarded prise while tea In towels bingo.Mrs.second J. utes Receive Them Spotlessly Clean

11111 11111 G. Godwin won pot holders. I

I MJr, COMMUNITY The: Club Room CLVB was MCKTIIVQ beautifiedwith :: : And Ready To Iron! This Convenient

GRADE "A" WESTERN a profusion of spring flowers -
for"the regular- business. meet Service Costs 35c
Only Per
Machine
ing of the Community Club last '

r { Chuck Roast .39 Tuesday transaction afternoon.of Important After affairs the of 9 Pounds
II Bleach
y. the Fancher presiding turned officer the meeting Mrs. p.over D. Capacity. 5c Extra .

to the hostesses, Mr. J. L. Wil
''Rib & Brisket Stew - .32 llama and Mrs. J. Wallace, who

W hY f served sandwiches and cookies A Trial
Will
Convince You ,- It's The Most
with coffee
during an enjoyable CONVENIENT
Breakfast Moat
Link social hour. ECONOMICAL
fi T Sausage .45 Most ,SATISFACTORY Wash Service Ever Offered .. .
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Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews were


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ytty 28, IM7! BRADFORD COUNTY TELIGlLU'11.!: 8T\.RKJ:' FLORJDA PtGE SEVEN

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people meet to practice for the I
Saturday night program and to Presbyterian Church I. + alone. I say, "Bless their little Mott, of Gainesville, were guestsof I New Train SchedulesThe

News study the Bible An Interesting BrookerBy hearts, and tenderly wrap themin Mr.. and Mm L. H. Futch Wed-
torch story Is always looked forwardto Services for Sunday. May 23.: In their garments and place them nesday of lust week new schedule of the SAL ,
the First Presbyterian Church I In the little white casket. They
the children !Mrs. T. W. Railway beginning at 12:01: a. m.
as
relax and listen. are anounced MurkeyUMS will Mrs W C. Austin, and daughter I
by the Rev. J. W. always be wifely In heaven.No '
Churchat The regular Tabernacle . . . Sunday, May IS, is announced as i
flan servicesare Kaufman, supply pastor as follows e horrors of war and cares. of Beverly Ann, of Laurel, Miss.: ,
Christian gaining in attendance, but : 1 MEETINGThe life as we'110 often find It. But are on an extended visit at the follows: I
at the First several families moving away will '1 ladles of the \VMS for of us, It to Northbound ,
enjoy
25: Sunday School at 9:45: : a. m. met at any pays home of Mr. and Sirs H. B. Ar
for Sunday May as remove some young people who with classes for all age groups. the Baptist Church Friday afternoon every passing moment, for our wood. No. 10 due Starke 5:45: a. m.
Rev ,
ed bY the pastor, the will be missed. "We invite the of for a Mission Study. Those time may be shorter than we
attendance 5:33
School :Mr and Mrs. No. 8 due Starka : a. m
con ina, m Bible ; The Insla Missionaries will be visitors and urge those who haveno attending were Mrs. H. P. Morgan think I have always enjoyed Clark, of Tampa,
''Che Work f present on June 1 and much Information regular membership to join :Mrs. J. K. Douglas, Mrs. H small things and the song of a are visiting at the home of the SouthboundNo.

arm"Ig P,, n>. sermon, and inspiration will be our school," the pastor fltatej. E. Hardy, Mrs. C. A. Crosby, MrsJ.W. bird the wind In the trees, the Rev. and Mrs. Q. V. Lee. They 9 due Starke 10.58: p. m. I I

Drama All members and gained by hearing them. Sermon theme for the 11 o'clock Thomas, Mrs. Howard Douglas chatter of a squirrel, a little were sight-seeing at Silver Springs No 7 due Starke 9:33: a. m. f

,:., ,rrca to atteni Other special treats will be announced hour will be "A Study in PE'rsonsilty" 1: Miss Lubedia Plnholstrr, and child's laugh are the things I during the week. Starko-Brll Branch I

from time to time. Watch The lesson and text St.! the Rev C. A. Crosby. The next enjoy. Mrs Mae Wells visitorto (Dully except, Sunday) : I
Tabernaclethat for them Mathew 5:16 ; regular meeting will be held at Elgin Padgett, the head rook, was a
The : Is taken from No 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m. .
the home of Mrs. II. P. Morgan has been cooking at the cafeteria Roddick Sunday ;I
schools\ out for the The Christ's music sermon will be on the mountain. next Wednesday at 3.30: o'clock. alone. A lot of the children are Mrs Fred Moore spent last No. 102 (returning) arrives o i
Methodist ChurchThe under the lead- Starka 2 l I
UIC, young people are rreto ership of the Young Ladies' Choir,, All ladles are Invited to attend. ,out now picking berries and helping work In Tampa with her mother,' p. m. I
more on theM Mrs. E. D. ., .. i
concentrate In the School must Itoyer. who Is 111.
; meetings on Sat- Rev L. A, Shepherd will and Miss Evelyn Stump will sing !MOTT FAMILY REUNION garden. .." -. .. ..,... .. -. .,,' 'I
I be Battle Mae Eunice Mrs. A. H and
ran'*r solo. out now. Harley and Mr. I
be guest speaker at the Methodist a A family reunion wa held at
flans are being wan called, back to help finish the Mrs. D. B. Harley were guests of
niiht this, Church Sunday, :May 25, at 111 The young people of the Westminster the home of Mr. and, Mrs. S. M. EXPERTSERVICE I
meeting
hold the school. She was one of my teach. Mr. and Mrs Nelson mocker at
,0, weather a, m. The pastor, the Rev. W. J. Fellowship meet each Mott Sunday, and among those .f
of doors if the I ers and a swell girl and good Atlantic Beach last week. II. C.
'ut will !be new, Churchwell, will be away at his Sunday at 6:30: p. m. in the Sun- enjoying the day were Mr. and,
There I teacher. I love her so much. Mr. Harley, of Atlantic Reach, who
day !SciteTTaom. Young people Mrs R. Molt, of Washington -
"old homo church" Brookfield I Ralph
and
.
and special songs Nash was ill the last part'of the hart been visiting In Lawtey, returned -
ti of high ichool ago are invited to D. C. Mr. and Mrs II. H.''
Ca., for the dedication of :
broadcast over a new
Hic will be week and had to return to his to his home with thorn.
attend. Mott and children Mr. and Mrs. t
ii speaker. An InterestingqUIZ $20,000 edifice home In Hawthorne, Letters Mrs. Marguerite Kelly, of New
Carlton and children, and, -
R. R.
will also be on this For the evening service the from Genevia Padgett a bride of River, Is spending snma time hero
ST. MARK'S EPISCOPALThe Mott all of Brooker
,
Young People meet at 7 p. m. and Miss Mary ; last December, she Is well and, with her son and' dniightcr-ln-law,
m.
'ldaY afternoon the young the paator will return for this Mr. and Mrs M. L. Tilghman and happy. Shirley Mom-Iy and Mildred Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly: op 5t
service Good -singing and plain, Rev S. W. Creaaey pastorof children Mr. and Mrs. Pasco Mott Manning want me to, come Miss Ada Edwards Is on an :

STOPSCHILLS Gospel preaching will be featured.' St. Mark's Episcopal Church, and son, and Junior Mott, all of back to teach. They were In the extended visit with her uncle and I.
and Mrs. A. I... Crosby
Prayer Meeting each Wednesday announces the following services: Gainesville; primary grades last winter and aunt, Mr. and Mrs C. Y. Mayo '
6 at 7:30: p. m. The study of the) Sunday Sunday School 10 a. Jr., of Starke. Additional can never understand why I do In Tampa.D. r: +
afternoon Mr.
In the were
Ten Commandments has been m.; :Morning Prayer and.Sermon visitors I not come back. Bless their hearts. W. Moore, of Jacksonville, ChBS. c. \ :
: Mrs. Jake Keen and childrenof
.'FEYER completed, and other phases of 11 a. m. Friday Evening Prayer and I Mrs Winton Parrlnh Is good to wait the guest of his parents', Mr. I
.1I".ri"5tL"7. and Blbla Class 7:30: p. m. Starke Mr and Mrs. L. and Is flowers and Mrs. J. H. Moore
M..1,4 write busy planting/ Sunday. ShepherdAt
i. CooHoo'-' .... the Bible will be started. Everyone Sowells, of Brooker, and Mrs. W'I I ; i
IIIQ her at Flftone. She Mr. and Mrs L. H. Futch
.d..Tof.quirn;, .- is enjoying these classes.What Laramore, of St. Petersburg. In yard spent
.... Bible Story Hour sle says Jonell Wilkinson keeps the the weekend In Longwood as the Gay's Service Station '
---- r Miss Lubcdla rinhulster and books for her Dad, Jack, who has guests of Mrs. W. Ayres.

I The Community Bible Story I I Mrs. Vasco Hazen were shoppingIn the turpentine camp leased. Theyare 1 I
I Hour held its last meeting for the Gainesville Wednesday afternoon all doing fine and happy. I.. f I:
winter and spring term Tuesday, of last week. Here Is something I found out

when 70 children and nine adults Mr. and Mrs. Herschcll Layfield to help In the sugar xhortngc. I Let U) Repaint and Repair ;
R RB
enjoyed the week's discussion by and children of Gainesville at- put a bit of salt in with the C i 11'1

Mrs. W. J. Churchwell. The topic tended church here Sunday. sugar! when sweetening very sour Lla Your Old Ilicycle f. s 1 I

was the familiar Bible narrative Mr and Mrs. Merle Gano of things and It does not take so j

"The Story of the Virgins ; Jacksonville were weekend guestsof much niigar. I also have a now We'll Make It Like New
All of the children participated I Mr. and, Mrs. R F. Gano. waist Apron pattern that Is easy I"AI.SO
capably in a Bible quiz. Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Earnle Johnson and dues not take quite a ynrd.
Churchwell expiessed her gratitude II and children of Lake Butler spent t will be. glad. to, send to anyone c I

for the assistance\ of the I I part of last week with Mr. and who asks I hope those ladles Nt.mmn: IJICYCLESFOR I
workers. last yeiir'it SAKE '
school's !Mrs. Birt Stoke 'are still enjoying apron
During tho series of weekly Mrs. CaR le Lnrrnmnre of St. patterns I sent.

classes, which began September Petersburg is upending a while ,. Just a year ago Saturday' May BIGGS & BAKER
7'kr' 10, attendance averaged over 100, here with Mr. and Mis. Luther'. 17th I wua married to Din Hi-cn : I

once reaching a peak of 163.: Sowell. I.a busy your, happy .and I am nowa l lox ttr. CAM. ST. -- STAIIKE.i FLA.

The meetings will be resumedIn Miss Marie Edwards of Jacksonville good citizen, yet I still dreamof _o__,_,_..______pp.--_ ,
July, with the opening of the pent Sunday here with : waving Spanish moss, of unfilled
HHS summer school. relatives days and lazy waters under

Mrs. Mel Vickery was shopping a timber bridge, an empty school HOW HOES YOUR li '9; i :
Relief In Jacksonville Friday. house and my old quiet room at '
a HATIIROOM RATE t'
Mrs. Earl Gellmann and son, Langs. God tales you all, love / ,, I

It's great to have your winter woolens thoroughly Ateo TommIe, spent this week with Mr. .LuraLAWTEY ON PERSON11LITYrY'_l' r I

4E4 and Mrs T. W. Markey. .- .- .- -. -. -. -. -.
cleaned and put away. Dry cleaning r
and ..
I.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green It a niiMlrl of rontrnlenrn<< and ?
that actually rejuvenates clothing colors and I children and Mr. and Mrs.T. W. beauty. .\", you proud to dhow It .u / ," :I'

fabrics, and banishes odors and grime, insures f ai J Markey were supper guests of to guests You can 4'hli-e both i ihll ithese ;'
their value to for next winter. Our dry I Rurel Dukes at r '-_ I
you I I Mr. and Mrs i By L. II. Kutch elm. at a pry moderate tout I III j
cleaning process is gentle, thorough, and eco- j I Dukes Friday night. I. S e e by hating u* modernise. It with ;t

nomical. Give your winter clothes and your | Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Baxter of quality appointment. q ,'.
visiting ),{r, and BRUCE CRAWFORD ON LEAVE ,
woolen blankets a new lease on life. Try us I{ Jacksonville were idle 1.1 I
Mrs. Wade Harrell last week. Bruce Crawford young Navy '
for complete satisfaction. I One To Three Years To Pay t
ALL MAKES Mrs. R. P. Lewis is spending a enlisted man from Lawtey arrived : ; : i r

week In Jacksonville visiting her recently to spend, a 30 day shore! NO DOWN PAYMENT! llitlll... ....... "
PHONE 135 Work Guaranteed son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and leave here with his mother, Mrs '

BROBT.PEN. 315 Mrs. Ovid Lewis. Clara Crawford, at her residence Shull Plumbing & Heating :
Quick ServiceEASTERN Mr. and Mrs. Francis Russ of three miles west of Lawtey.

1JJ1--fI? Temple Starke spent the weekend with i Bruce enlisted In the Navy In
AUTOSUPPLY STARKE FLA.
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Ruse 1943 and saw wartime service In I
I Owner Ave. Mr and Mrs. Gerald Roberts of the Asiatic-Pacific Theatre of Op- i.

STARKE, FLA. Starke were weekend guests of erations. :
Mr and Mrs. Blrt Stokes More recently, he was a memberof

Mrs. Rosa Pinholster Is spend- the Navy's expedition, headedby We Specialize In II
ing a while at New River with Admiral Richard E. Byrd, that I

Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins. explored the South Pole.
Rev. and Mrs. Morris of La- Young Crawford states that hI
Crosse attended, services at the considered being with the mission "While You Wait" work :

Baptist Church here Sunday night. a great experience, but added, that 'I

Mrs. Winfred Hazen and two most of the scenery at the South .

You are entitled to enjoy small children of Gainesville were Pole Is nothing but plenty of PROMPT SERVICE j
visiting relatives here Thursdayof mow and Ice. He reports that f.. ,

I last week. tho only living things he observed, ,I ".
and Mrs. Ellery Thomas of there were penguins and a few 1.1 '
BIG-CAR QUALITY Jacksonville Mr were visiting Mr. and other arctic birds. Starke's Shoe Repairing ; r ; 1 !
;
Only Chevrolet gives you the Big-Car Mrs. E. 1. Lewis Thursday of When he returns to duty from "t :.!, : I

beauty and luxury of Body by Fisher. last week. this liberty he will report to abase 116 South Walnut Street ';
lowest 1 in California. The youthful .t' w.
prices
COST at
AT LOWEST, . . . sailor attended Lawtey Junior Next Door To F. C. Holllngtiwortri V! ; 1..1 ;.+
School and was a memberof
High I ,
C1ayH111 the graduating clans when he .1 r f

and only Chevrolet offers itl! By Lura Burgess Mohr enlisted In the service ,: 1' !

ponca, Neb.I. VACATION! BIBLE !SCHOOLThe : I
. e e Vacation Bible School begins i
at the Lawtey Baptist R. B. Alvarez & Son Ii ;

WHEREIN I PONDER C> V K: R Church on Monday, May 28, and !

ur j TilE AND OLI1 ENJOY CHINESE LETTERS PROVERB FROM, all children to attend.of the community are Transfer & Co. : :.l '

i '+, the Big-Car !MY CHILDREN' CLAY Hil. .. urged Storage J
Chevrolet gives you
Only MEETThe
It and dependability of a "Enjoy yourself. It may be WOMEN'S I'UT.M' : : ,
performance Missionary Unionof
Valve-in-Head Thrift-Master Engine .. later than you think. Woman's Church met Tuns- Phone 179 ," E ,,;
The above lines are an old the Baptist ,
together with such remarkably -low coat Chinese Proverb, I understand.It day afternoon at the home of + i -

e, UI of upkeep I made me stop and think grave/ Mrs. II. B. Arwood. f t: 'rSt '
Woman's Societyof We operate local and long I
ly. This week we burled an aged The Methodist Moving and Ii
man and a newborn Infant. It l IH Christian Service conducted the distance Anywhere in r, t, !
buMlnnns meeting / rana.
monthly
my prlvlege to dress the Infants regular -1
last Tuesday afternoon In the the State of Florida. :: :;
t
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Church.

EIGHT LAWTEY NTI'DKNTH Fait, Careful Moving :. to' I' ,t
1
GRADUATE: FROM: BUM '" .fl

OfaII cars,only the new 1947 Chevrolet. gives you the Lawtey commencement wan. well represented exercises for at I WE TRY TO KEEP IN STOCK I: l .; f' i

BIG-CAR COST Bradford High School Seniors To Build Remodel r }
QUALITY AT LOWEST Everything Repair or ttll
In''
USO Auditorium !
held In the .
combined a
Chevrolet gives you the t : :
with all that this means In Only Starke Sunday night and last AltphaJt .
of the KneeActlOf'l -
and safety
extra motoring satisfaction. Bio-Car Ride comfort. and Positive-Action Hydnu- nlcht, and eight members of the rM CONCRETE BLOCKS :' "I ;

lie Brakes operating. together costs with! such Do YOU Like to Pay? of record 1947 breaking are from BHS Lawtey Senior home Class, Trim. ee.ee.eeeeeene :'i 1 Sf Hip, ;r'( ;I!t;1 7' ,v

extremely' jaw The eight Lawtey reprcsenta hardware I j
I
If you do, you don't went tlves are Everett Crews Beatrice Tools. READY MIXED ;. ,

Automobile Insurance Edward. Lu Edwards, William II Brick I
I Edwards, Selma Mae Eunice, Ber Shingle, CONCRETEDozier '
'
and :: _____... __a eeeas e. [ I .
I s-See
JMEW1947CHEVROLET Don't wait 'til after the tie Morgan, Dorothy Morgan I' flooringllywood n 1: .. .
All for .
Mary Belle Sweat. are ,"
accident-buy it todey. of Lawtey Junior' l'lalltf-r t'A t." \
*. .
for mvr graduates & Paints"Itest
f with *
o
vt "do,. Place and keep your order High School. The Baccalaureate C.bln..... Gay ,i ;!
"/* 1947 full motoring .atlsfoc-! .j ,Ir I
Ch.vroUf. Enjoy the service" conducted Sunday ,'.u boarel r '

Nan to which you are entitled ..BIG-CAR QUALITY AT E. Johns night and the graduation exercises : stepping Stones For The South" tlq" to"'

LOWEST In this one earl! Charley were held last night. Lumber --II 1.----11. II' .. r ', 14k f fANN
found only
COST ,
>
Agency Mrs. ..:, M. Futch and son, i' : : : ,
Building Supplies
't
Pbo.e 13 STARKE.! FlA. Floyd. were businejw visitors to I S .4t

Jacksonville Thursday of last
INC. t i I

CO. .. week.Mrs.. S. M. Mott. of Brooker, t M
Gainesville Fla.
CHEVROLET of Depot & Pleasant Sts. ; I
ORODE and Mrs. Ralph Mott
1 RMTOTlrtli* TH.TMAVKLIM. Hertford Mr.Washington, D. C., and Junior I'honcM 217-218 P. O. Box 591 ir ..''i. "". / I


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PAGE- EIGHT BRADFORD- COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARK, FLORIDA FRIO\y, M.U ,

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' x I : Mrs. Ursula Bessent Scores Of Homeless Births 16. week announced
} B & M Drive Inn :1 Pilot TrainingAt Recent Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Eaves, a chanp:

,. Is Popular Spots Randolph Field Laid To Rest In Children AppealTo Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Redding, Hellbronn Springs girl (Jewell), closIng mediately schedule th, trrectil: ,

To Men Lake Cemetery Families Here Richard ), May 16. non bound
Opening or the new B & M Open Young Crosby Lawtey boy ( Morgan Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lavender, closing! time, an n

( t ;i Drlvi.-In lust. Saturday wan mark- Hundreds of ambitious young I Funeral services for Mrs. Ursula Scores of utterly homeless Flor- May 14. Lake Butler boy (Jimmy David), p. m., and you thbound p *

according Americans soon will be taking advantage Wall Bessent, 90, were held at ida boys and girls from 10 to 16 Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Elder, May 11.NeW'Mail. outo at Sp m 9 ""i
P
I of the opportunity to at- 3:30: p. m. last Friday, at the First years of age, now 'under the cire: I KIngsley Lake Village, boy (PhIl- a. m. MailStarkeBeU III at
and J. A. killer. The enterprise I em'' pilot training clauses at the Baptist Church. Mrs. Bessent of the Children's Home/ Society of lip Raymond), May 16. ScheduleTho Branch routed ov.

located just south of the S.A.I's "West" Point of the Air." The passed away In the local hospitalon Florida, are pleading with MftrNW Mr. and Mr. L. K. Griffis, a. m.. daily ) CloRe
Starke-Bell spur line (Peggy Army Air Forces Is reopening Its Wednesday May 14, following C. "Daddy" Fagg the State Starke, boy (Don Randall), May:: Starke Post Office this excep eunuhps)
tracks) on Highway 200 in stated
aviation cadet training programto a lingering Illness which resulted Superintendent for the past 36
} 4 :) to provide a congenial atmosphere qualified young 'men. At Randolph from a fall received at her home years, for good homes, with good
service in offering a
and prompt Field San Antonio Texas last March. foster parents, who will accept
c
of barbecued sandwiches -
oi u varied menu & M'sown the first postwar Cadet: class of I The Rev. L. t). HaInes officiated them In every way as members of I Ia
B
u at the
prepared
I 500 students, for which civilians assisted by the Rev. L. A. the family permanently, to pro-
barbecue Fried chicken
>Glt } i pits. may now apply, will begin train- Shepherd. Interment was In the vide for them love care, education -
y mil all types of meat and salad
1. under the and a fair chance to "makegood"
Ing July Crosby Lake Cemetery, ,
lY a Ha.wlches. : are served. Local and e '
troii.iler.t customers. will find ade- o I The applicant must be unmarried direction of PeWitt C. Jones xf 4 ,
F quate r-irklng space! a civilian of the UnitedStates One of the oldest citizens of Families who -offer their homesto O

G a''; Drinks Include sweet milk and, between the ages of 18 the county, er.d a lifelong residentof these older boys and girls are
'# milk choco'ate, beer and soft and 20 1-2:! years, and must have North Florida, Mrs. Boosent not required to legally adopt "
.drinks. earned, at least half the college 'was born In Mlddleburg on No- them butthey must be personsof : : :

Brown and Miller announce that credits required! for a degree or vember 20 1856, daughter of the good health, habits and character : .
( must written, test covering able financially to providea
I the concern w.ll be open seven pass a late Thomas P. and Josephine
days a week..Newcomeu. equivalent work. For the man Wall. Her father was a pioneerIn reasonably comfortable home
who can meet these high stand- the development of Putnam and at least a grammar school

ards, the Army Air Forces offera County, having moved there from education. (
Cuy 'J ty''
field of opportunity as wide as South Carolina In the 1830's. ) The Home Society in turn will \ A

', Home At Lawtey the sky itself, a career of scientific Mrs. Bessent received her edu- gladly give information as to ,,W't 4' tk t\ s

t.'tI pioneering: in the only, un- cation in the public schools of health habits, disposition and 6
'f! :': I ll'r.\ and Mrs. John Rasmussen conquered realm--the air Mlddleburg and Starke. Sho was family history of each boy or girl: r r Gil

'I', i1' ;are among/ the newcomers being During the 52 weeks' course of married to the late William A. and will allow a full year before 4 i ty.

j p, .I welcomed to Bradford County and flying Instruction, aviation cadets Bessent In the Thomasvllle sec any permanent arrangement or r I
\W.'. who believe they have found in agreement to rear the child is re- t
\ r will receive $75 a month and an tion of Clay County on January "'i
"k; "f I I this section of Florida an Ideal additional $1 a day for rations. 1, 1874, and moved to this city quired. /
.; ,lr place, to spend their of re- ,
years trios
I Premiums on a $10,000 life Insurance shortly afterward. Her husband There are many pairs,
.
It"ib.J t, ?j' t'rement.' policy will /be: paid by the operated a. general store on Cal: quartettes and two quintettes of ;
l'Y Mr. and Mrs. Rasmusxen recently U. S. Government throughout the street, until the building was homeless youngsters that "Daddy"
? l 1\\ j purchased the M. D. Jones placer training period. In addition avIation burned In 1891. They then movedto Fagg is anxious to find good .- I .,..,,-J
I :t'fi' ; .4 ; at Lawtey. just north of the cadets will be provided with east of: homes for, where these childrencan a
h I' : the present homesite :: / :
c'T.
; school and Mr.
on Highway 200 r/
ff ; together.
uniforms, housing food and dental Starke, where he engaged in grow up .
'
i' 'W Rnsmuaiten plans to keep busy; The children all normal
V :" u artU: medical care. Upon graduation farming until his death In March, are
t11", I gardening the four-acre plot of all aviation cadets will bs i healthy well behaved youngsters
':" i 1 f. "11\, ,\ ground on which the home I Is ,commissioned second lieutenants 1942. 'willing to be helpful and to do
member of the Baptist Church,
:' I. '., ,, Mr. Rasmussen, now retired, 1 1a is she was active in the various organizations
9'dz I li. receiving up to 1372 a month and not old nor experienced
i \\k": former pressing! room operator will be aeronautically rated a3 of her denomination enough to be farm hands, cooksor

I'' :: I ; f ,; 1I la'a fabricated steel plant located pilots with subsequent assignment and Wheeler was past president of the of the United Joe maids. ;:.:;:..*.:;.Y.Y.V.Y.Y.:v-v///\--T";:;::;::::;:::.Y.Y.Y.Y.Y.:;:;:;:;: :::::::;.vXv/X:;:;::::;:::;:!::v.:::v.vv/v'v.vC';:;:;:;:::;::::::;:";;''X;::::;:'':;;:;:'.:,':::;::::*':::'::>:::::":::"::*v:::::::::;:::::;:::;:::;:' T H E F 0 U NT A.N
New He and his wife Chapter
"
:/ In Jersey. Here Is a chance for OF
generous
In the Army Air Force O'lr":
.JI/I'j i ((0' lived at Graham for seven months Daughters of the Confederacy.Mrs. families to render a truly great 5 iiiiil
The best of America's manhoodwill d a 8G Augustine ::
:0j 4Iti. before moving to Lawtey. Bessent la survived by two and lasting service. Full Infor- f'l 0 r I fe I::!
: compete for acceptance Into h ArnerJca'e t a /!
t .sons W. A. Bessent, Jr., of Starke, mation will be gladly given by E 0 Y best-known !;
the selective training gle
highly complements jj;
CARD OF THANKS I and L. D. Bpssent, of Belle Glade; "Daddy" Fagg whose address Is attraction lIe e, :I;:::;
: a Our hearts are full of gratitude now opening. Detailed five daughters, Miss Minnie Bes- 403 Consolidated Building, Jacksonville FamousRegional April 3, 1513. Ponce on :liiii iiiiir !)
Information d
and !
application Leo e
lr 9 t. to our many friend 'and neighbors necessary sent, of Starke Miss Juanita Bes- 2, Florida. 11 Seught the !!iN
forms be obtained at bted
of the Brooker community may sent, Mrs. F. A. Bryan, Mrs D. D I Be e :
;
i .and elsewhere for the beautiful any Army recruiting office, Army Oliver, and Mrs. D. E. Turner, all I 1 1 1 chat: reneAwa youth. 1M
Air Forces Installation or CIvil -VFW Dance Slated .
,:i:!
l 'i floral offerings and many expres- of Fort Lauderdale; one brother have b
sions of kindness shown during Air Patrol unit. Starke and two For Next colorfulenchanted by liii!!
W. I* Wall of ; Thursday
!
.,.
i our recent bereavement due to sisters, Mrs. R. T. Richard, of uu. famous atmosphere 'I'M
the passing of our darling wife Realty Transfers Jacksonville, and Mrs. W. H. Confirmation! has been receIvedIn Florida at pil' '

and mother Mrs. Mary Jane Hoffman of Clearwater; and by the booking of Toby Dowdy's QIjLi L Lksii cryetal have sipped .11:1i;:; a
W)
(Jp 4' Galney. We especially thank Mrs. Announced by E. A. Strout 14 grandchildren and nine great I orchestra for a VFW dance on .. e.... ,." .
5'' Rosa Plnholater, Mrs. H. P. Agency: To Mrs. Olive Groeger, grandchildren.Active Thursday. May 29. Commander

Galney, and Mrs. E. C. Long for Lorraine Ohio, from John Ras- H. C. L. M. Drake said that the affair, j WiiiiiJii1i1iiIti1fff1JiJJIA
i. I k. their untiring efforts In our behalf mussen, three-acre farm, Graham Wall R. L.pallbearers-were Richard Bill) Turner, first to be staged this season by :!!iil.!!""i! ; !!!!! :! !
;
ti 1 ; also the DeWitt C. Jones To William M. Vollhardt, Pitts Earl Carroll Junior Carroll and the recently-aotlvated veterans'

M Rs 4 u 14 'uneral Home for the beautiful burg, Pa, from James Bell 13 W. J. Epperson Jr. Honorary organization, will be held at the truly great beer, brewed especially for Southeast.
way in which they handled the acres, two miles south of Starke, local Armory. Tickets will be ; ',
i i pallbearers were J. C. Hoover, ern tastes, JAX, The Drink of Friendship, is an
1 1 'uneral arrangements. L. R. Highway 100. Judge A. Z. Adkins, E. H. Smith, I available beginning next Monday ideal companion for famous regional foods,'or just
r, Calney, husband; Mrs. L. A. Mintz To Fred Weller Mlllford. Con- E. S. Matthews. A. J. Thomas! at local businesses with the admission by itself as a grand warm weather refresher. Insist h} I !
::1 and Mrs. A. B. Crosby daughters; necticut, from Robert Southern, fee for men announcedas
,y R. A. Green, Floyd Green, JudgeA. on JAX whenever you want a cheering, cooling bev
M. Galney, son. $1:20: ; ladles will be admittedfree. I
t Royce tour acres, four miles north of Powell D. D.
I V. C. J. ,
Long You can't better
erage. simply buy beer at price.
Ii Starke, Highway 200. Woodard. Jack Fields, C. A. The orchestra is stated tobe any' ,

W.e.T.V. To Michael Townsend, Belmont, Knight, Sheriff A. O. Andreu H. one of the molt popular In

N. Y., from Melvin Llngle six L. Brownlee N. D. WaInwright, Gainesville playing In connectionwith

(,l ; p "Greater calamities.. are In- acres four miles north of Starke, Sr., J. E. Wilson Dr W. B. Parks, University.various events of the State JAX BREWING
Y ,
i 200. George
Highway Leonard Smith. Judge
I '3 ,- flic ted on mankind by Intemperance The new post. No. 4319 of the
i To Lewis Smith from William Gardiner and J. T. Quigley. COMPANY
three
: 1y qM'e than by the ,Veterans of Foreign Wars also -
greatest,scourges War, I'eittll Smith 13 acres six1 miles south announces ; seta
,1 sponsorship of a
is 4 / nce,"''and Famine I repeat of Starke Highway 200. Rites WednesdayFor sale on Memorial Day. May poppy 30.The y JkjEKSpNVlUr FLORIDA '4ouort
t' 'Drink; In our Country To Rocco Rlnlcella Vlneland,
poppies made by disabled n
Edna L. Taylor .
destructive than N 3., from Arthur Edwards 80 veterans
has been more 'and sold for
n'Kr ''' ""t acres, three miles west of Brooker.I their benefit JAX You can't better beer "
War. rentllcnc*, and "'amineomhlnell" I Mrs. Edna L. Taylor, 28, died at will be distributed by young Say buy at any price
In files
Recorded deed Courthouse
lfii ladles of
the
the Shadycrest hospital last Sat- local school
William G1 d..tone.Voplt'll : To Joseph W. Bauer, Graham ---.-.- --.
from T. L. Casey, west half urday, May 17, following a brief
From National Voice) : :
f ( linen*. Funeral services were
of northwest quarter of Section
30, township seven, Range 21 held Wednesday at the graveside,
i east, 80 acres. Price indicated by In the Dyal Cemetery with the v MW0 Sf f *r t r *r mr nr I Vf M
: II Rev. L. D. HaInes officiating.Mrs. f f f g f f
documentArY stamps: $4500.
JUST To Casper Camper from Earl Taylor, a native of Bradford -

RECEIVED Younger, lots four, five, of BlockS County was born April 10. A
Livingston, Truby Addition to 1919, daughter of Andrew J. and Pre-War Service Re-established!
Starke. Price Indicated $3000. Daisy Parmenter Bryan. She wasa
9it ,,, .?4 ALL NEW MDSE. member of the Baptist Church.

The TELEGRAPH has Just rertvwl -, Her husband Ocle O. Taylor Is in

Straw Hats .. new pre-war quality REAL the Armed Forces stationed In the
rubber bands. Plenty o Texas, .

!Men's, Ladles Roy'sGirl's : ..-t-r- -t-o-h and snap andtr She Is survived by her husband,
+ngtli. Four slxrs at 40o per |
& Child's50c and STARKE CLEANERSTLAUNDRY
quarter-pound box.A real bargain. her two children. Dorothy DRY
I Each July, her father, Andrew J.

Bryan; by three sisters, Gladys,

} Girl's PLAY SUITS v .v Irene and Elizabeth, of Starke;
i \ by four brothers, Raymond, Lloyd
Sizes 26. 75cBoy's and Rudolph, of Starke and An- ECONOMY BUNDLE
ROUGH DRY
drew J. Bryan Jr., of Bradenton. or *

IL i 2Pc. SUITS Arrangements were In charge of -

I Sizes 2.8 1.50 fR Home the .HeWItt C. Jones Funeral All FLAT WORK (Sheets, Pillow Cases, Table


4 SVN SeersuckerSUITS \R Men 17.39 EligibleFor Cloths and Towels) Finished, and Wearing Apparel

IIOWDY FOLKS The wivei Navy V-6
1 to 6 75c of most misunderstood l h u .- Dried And Ready To Iron. .

bands, understand them too Young men of Selective, Service

PLAY SUITSPin 'I well.It. age; with or without previous military NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR SOAP OR BLUEING
experience, are now eligible
Y' Check 75cChild' date with to enlist In the "V-6" Volunteer .
seems a a girlnowadays
nacttve Naval Reserve due to expiration
la shut
an open and
Trunks 45c of the Selective Service

w l" T Ladies' Hand BAGS ing.proportion. She's. .always eat Act.V-The 8 now age U limit 17 through for enrollmentIn 39. Just Bring Your Bundle In Before 11:00: A. M. And Get ItBack

Were $5 Now 2.80BLOUSES Ml..n't jour doctor a throat Membership In the Inactive Reserve -

.specialist.mo'I'"he's-No a, his skin bill special'convinced the entitles Naval men Reserve to participateIn training The Next Day. Your Linen Will Be Ready For Your

ist." cruises. aboard ships of the fleet


All Sizes $1.00 Thanks .for* the* lift" said for once two-week a year does' with not period.active require This duty attendance membership pay- Beds, Table Cloths For Your Table, And Towels For Your

SANDALS. 1.25 the she left the \
woman as plan

for 6 yrs. to 10 tie surgmn'K..of*I Ice.. and he members at called organized of to the active drill V-6 duty programwilt sessions:onlyIn Bath Room. Wearing Apparel Ready To Iron.


Small Size Sandals Give your car a lift with better time of national emergency.

gar better oil and thorough Non-veterans and veterans who This Service QUITE,, A SAVING for families with Small
Children
4 to 8 95cGirl's and conscientious lubrication. as the cost
enlist In V-8 take
correaoondence -
For courteous attention courses. may through the Navy of Finishing Wearing Apparel is the most expensive operation in Laundry Service.
and satisfaction.
DRESSES complete driveIn
which will enable them to advanceIn

Sizes 2 yrs. to 12 here. rating and build up longevity H: CASH and CARRY ONLY ,
GULF OIL PRODUCTS entitling them to an additional 5 ,
$1.50 percent of their ban pay for each rU'E -

Washing PolishingGreasing three years of membership If they CANNOT PICK UP OR DELIVER THIS CLASS OF SERVICE
{a are called to active duty.

NICK'SBargain Temple & Lake The Naval Reserve Procurement .
FAST SERVICE Given On SAILOR
3'i House Service Station Office Building 907. Naval WHITESOUR
Air Station. Jacksonville Fla.,
I-? Phone 179 will answer inquiries about enlistment DRY CLEANING SERVICE IS AS GOOD AS THE BEST

t t f In the V-8 program. AND BETTER THAN THE REST



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I 1947 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. .T."'.... FLORIDA ..... 'NINH-n

Y.2LtT 23, "" .


I I ik'4erlptlon S. T. R.-\'I"HI \\' .' nnrrtT rornT. nnnpono CHAN.:

NOTICE Description S. T. R.\cl'f'S' Owner & Coats r "'Ell 01j't'Y Y. F.UI"II' I

Amt. Tart'sCora I II. Wood Plaintiff. "..
Lot 5 n' nlk 84 North .. L, Wood, Defendant. Cur
that the following described lands will be at 8W' Cor of Lot IT Reno Sub.Dlv In 8WI, 55611.
hereby given & run E 175 ft N 100 ft of NF4 : & OltnER OF PUBLICATION
U the of May 1947 at Starke the for a pt of beg: thence of 1:1104: ff8F1b 1V21 8 12 Charley AN1> NOTICE: TO APPEAR I

public gate Florida to the amount due for run N 104 tt E 1241 ft 81114 of 111or "'l'J'4' U 8 U 10 Paulino STATE OK FLORIDA tot Irene. L I
dfor* of pay iii 1/14/ ft W 126 ft to pt Lot 19 nf Elk I GahllKan whose residence lut 840& 47th I

of Bra to the same together with all coats of suchalvertidng wOII bag 3. L. Harrell 33.nf Sub-Dlv 11 IS htatle Hun Dt.go Ciillfornla.
set opposite ft flf the N 378 ft LotHubDiv IGk S Oahagantl. You are required to apiiear on
",In Lot 11 Aaron Jenkins 3.U 8 II Samson .. 2, 1947. In the above named I
Com .t 819 C..r ot Lot 18 N'% of 8W14 of NE% ExCorn ....t and Cause, whore) plaintiff.
: run N 271 ft fora W ittSiV' NW1(7 8 U 20( Daniel' divorce. ITmlford County
a. T. R. Amt. Taxes f beg thence run tJIf Cor flf :r shall publish this l Order I
Acres Owner & Cost* () ft N 103 ft E 240 of SW\o &. run IC 460 ftfor next tour weekly I lneuee
|tint ft S 102 ft to pt of beg: C..lla Dun"aQ 1.33 1 t oOf"If'h; cefru Wltnetm my hand and official:
Corn at SW Cor of Ulk IS N 60 S20Ogft at Htarfce, Florida, this April ,
of sW' S or E3S 8II 15 Unknown 1.77 & run N 214 ft for apt W 10 ft to pt ofU 1947.

." of 120 American Tune Grove of beg thence run W 8 II Henry FF ICIAT. ORAL) A. J. Thomas. '
I 1 1i4.to:' Eo;H 88 8 11 Inc. 3-20 RO ft N 103 ft l'J 00( ft On, lot In Ntvl4 tJ StVI' Clerk of mild. Court
ofnoEBW 8 102 ft to pt nf beg Duncan & 1\cClenton\ S.U .as. described Dee A Ilrown. law Exchange'
I: 84 One. Lot 101 ft N &. N hr210ftE took 10. "nOl: 11 D3 8 n Jack g., Jauknonvllle, Florida
'4 I: 8 *"486 E 80 160 Hazel W. Rauler.on 28.48 ( & W In 1'IW On..a. lot In NW11 Io.! 01)714 ,.. for Plf. B41 8-2S ,

of Rlk 21 3. L. lI"rr..11 445 deerrtb.i I Dee _
B: ft D/Vi BIorllotE 4 A In NW Hook 60. Unto' u u. U Irene. : CIRCUIT (rornT mttnroiinroiiNTV
| nil 1 sB'i of 1 g 80 108 J. :J. Moody 2.40 Cor 3. T. Harrpn 5.10 W14 of 8W4 Df NW14 of FLomnA IM: CHANfKRV. : -

Lot 3. 'V. Barber. 1,03Lot. 8":1.: NEt'23 8 II 5 C. n. .
of
J fI0&a0NE% 1 6 SO 80 Chester Moody 14.47 70 & 50-A Unknnwn 8.0tN. W 3.of; W.of of ofNFT K. Quinn, Plaintiff' ,
11.81 & all W4 Sw'4 CoY::
... of Lot 57 J. W. Barber II. Quinn, Defendant.
t sW'i.of SE'I ( !0( It I. U Merrltt .87 One Lot In NW Cor of Lot ; \ N of n" & all Ely 059 4.IHHEIl.
o ur tlF.... of N\\I' N ofIi.l
68 described as follows ( OF PITnLIOATIONANt
fO da'i:' S of UlLrdl1 81) 78 I. L, Merrltt 1.72 of NE Cor of I.Dt 7 & N4 01 Sl' ', 0'24 I NOTICE Tl> AI'fHAH
IMkt NES4: 8 13 65 .
13 &: run 100oSd STATIC OF FLORIDA to: Herbert
:f'M' of NE1A. W11 6 SO :28 Fonnle Crews 11.811 ft ft W 100 ft N NW"4 IIr 0111%\ 2t1 8 13 40( F. Jo' CJuln whose residence la un.

f to Pt of beg Unknown 2.63S Wlf; of NIof SWi, of21 .
r4 & N'i of13 ( to ,, 80 W. E\ La.enby UO' 39 ft of N 278 ft of Lot : 8 USA. n. You are required to appear on
Nw4 6 OU'" Sub-Dlv FJ L.w- WI'-of NEl4 0' Shy r of ,. 1947. In, the above named
of 2 A Inr tey S ec.. 23 24. 211 38 II 22 Joe King t." NY-II 28 8 23 II and cause, wherein plaintiff,
:r\f NE=, % '*14 ( 10 41 TV, B., Laienby 1,48 W 80 ft .f 74 110 tt of W 110 rt or 1'1 105 rt ofEC .. annullment.. Ilradforit County r I

Lot 6 Ott's of NW'1 of Po:';" "f29 shall publish this Order
', & 1':1' ,; ofm o &I* 120 Empire Lumber Co. 19.9S Lawty II.S2'3,'r 211FJ28 II U Alexander Tucker 1.18W' NEt4 ex W 40 8 U Emu" next four weekly litnuee.Wltnena .
NE'
8 ft 40 T j Alderman 8.93 S 8E' of E 115 rt ot N lOll ft flf my; hand ant offlolal aeal

; 1 15 5 6 to 20 1' H. Green 3.20 J\40fnrl rwt: & F7 4NWU 11o 0' NW14 of NEyof IT. Htarke, Florida, this April 29,
iIN1 Z8 8 U O.
1 kW. 1 if Town ofU' a 10 Ernest Mabrey 1.44 SW\04\ of at;', ot34 I U .4 O. 1If. Williams 444NE1,4 Coat" ftt NELt NtJ Car of W'4! ofNFy 947FICIAL l':1J'co.t.: Thomas I
I
ot of NWLi at II 23 10 C. C. Gunter 2,24 of NEt4 &irun. 11' Clerk I .
I rsrB II 10 lt.BI8 E ( ft NEWt;E'. of 115 rt fur. n ,1'1 of beg .. It. Ile... 204-06 Realty Bide.?
.i'I.O 1.Ik 1. of 4N t.'f SWt'3 1I2 7 Ned. Berry :9.86BE6 I h.we, run N 80 ft H ,- '. Florida, I
f : aWI' 8.1' toll It ]. 80 It N lOti for Fit. 8-3 4t 8-23
I 05 00 10 John Allen
0' nAtVV
I :; .. 0 U .- : A. .
11
__ Lot AIINE% nfSW'4"of'iWvu' fi-to--pt- bete 38 0 S3 W
"r K&L.i8-of; 4 ...... -'wr I-J of old Road 13 :Es H -r. 0074 I-:4f HE"of 02114 of I NO'I'lrM OK APPLICATIONPOK : I
Ik 211 of New Unknown 7.73 Es V.4 ft & ExE TAX; DEED
Town 23.24 0 tel 830 ft & NWy4 of SFtonf U I n 3 ...... ..
10 80 American Tuna Grover NW.E,. about 90 rt nil Ne. I 8111, )
Ell A \ Ino. 14.47 One lot about S3 ft wide NOT1CH IS
sWk 'A In SWCor&N6.14of 1ST. ft N & .. U t..... the Ethe
; 10 80 American Tune Orove. F:4 Why H. holder of
SEV of
Ex
NW'4 : N 3U
lit 8 14.34 './! H bounded. on K by \Vel- oertlflmftea haa filed laid
Reddl.h
ft W of Road 26 II U IS J. T.
9216 10 American T'un. Grove All ler Kt on the. H by land ,' ... for a tax deed to be I
82114 of SW.of
NW'y ....
Inc. 4.15 of Marshall on the Wentby thereon. The certificate
ao 6 to 'oN1W W 8'11 RyNE1,24" Abn..r Varbrou.h E4() Hllrox A Lewis onycS .. and years" of laiiuajioe the
25
31,1.1vv4 of Lots 4 nf 5 U bv Tllk 15, I. T. ... of the property", and then
All of SEor '
17x of f0 840 American Tune Grove. N4 SW14 13 lola Little I.U: '" Add 23 0 at., ( In which It was assessed are t
e 1 ElL BY Lot.n E of RY' as I n : follow '
Inc. 14400 S.%. of St4 nl SW'4, & I ORUOI.,.". TOWM OP aTARKH ItH :3'i: Certificate: No. I Tear of I..

ofIIS1o EI 420 tt 0' $1V1., Dfaw'4 Lot 1 of ilk 1 & land 13 l ', March 39 1947.lenueit .
of NE4 02 Es' :I A to Ira. t.n of Lot to St.,; VT. ". ; by the City' of .'''arb for
: 380 American Tung; Grove Stuckey 18 8 13 33 lola Little Louie. ) ..
Lots 6, 8. of Hlk U: 141 City of Hlnrke Taxea.nenorlptlon .
I SEvt of&WStE3 e 10 Ino. 7604tO N 8 A n' aEL or SW'4of Lots :3 of "lk R': of Property. at
0a1'ys I 40 Earl Green 2.69IvKl 8W14 as II U 4 701.... Bertha SIUrkft I.llt W h ft Carl \ Corner: of Madison c.m"n I

NW\4\ nt IW'A:! .r 8E14 &: E 70 ft of It 3 of nikik and run 'H lad ft fora point
\ of 3WV4 33 ( |0 80 Alfred Thomas 3.88 E 19S rt of swy ofSW' 8.*4 17 .J. '.. ; boRlnnlnaThenoe: run W 106 ft,

sr 8WV pttlu 0' Rl'J% 28 8 U t3 Unknown I.R4 29 fta extended nn KilyKx :,,- im* ft. K 105 ft, N 68 M ft, <
,fNWVI oRW% of NW14 of :n 122 111 W. n. Edwnrd.. 11'. ; II
rtl of 8W14 ..011Lot. Ex 100 ol of tieurlnillnir.' Section ..
o. W Lot 59 In WODdl..n 39 II U 10 Floyd" Cain ::. H"HO': ft Mrs. 8 Hnulh. ... II East:, I

'r SeDNe'" givert ; 1ft II" 12 i21. 82. 23. Cum at NW C'nr of Plkno the. City" of Htarke, Florida..
hat portion of tot 375S. A run H 123 ft for apt Nttturt In which as.nsn.dAU _._.___
dec B B' of 7 ,0 8 Ear Creep 2.97 U In \v..041"wn 30 II 23 83.J. 1\\(. Norman of beg th.'no continue of Nnlil property being In the

sry Koad *"II 2 1 jfl 80 American Tung Groves %. 0' Lot R & all Lot 21 3.70 H 63 ft K SI 2 ft )" of Bradford, State of Flor
18.04 fn Woodlawn III Lloyd 711. Moore ,..
Inc. 51. U :! W 211 to ptof I
11 3 American Tuna Oil Mill. Lots. 49. 84 In "rooll1awn 31 6 U 20 George 1\o.ley\ .7 be"? : Unloiia iiurh certificate. or "...rll.

? jiE Corner of 8 7 J0 Inc. 34.71 Lots II 59 & W4 of tot Butcher. 89( Com .at BW Cur of Mndl- ... shall lie redettnied" Hreordlnir
,< i WV4 8 7 10 10 American Tuns Olll\fllla. 00 Woodlawn 31 8 U 211 Edna I.. .JS eon A Hay HH' & run S law thH property dtn<)rlbed In
8W 1!, of SW' Ino. 415Fnc i.ots 26J 27 'Voodlawn 33 I 33 211 Etna Crawford 379 S.I6 ft for a ft of begIh.nrp ..ch rnrtlfU'nte or oertlflnntea will
.
W4... or NWl'. of 1'11-\0\ 33 II U 20 Pink I. Johnson run W IOR, ft H .. sold to the highest bidder at the

| ilk 8 Ex W S 7 JO Hattie Melvin 1.77 Com at 8W Co.. nl NWti.nf 4)2% rt E106ftN611\%, ....rt house door nn the first Mon t
cif NWl4 &runN33'ft ft 10 "t or holt 2S 8,362J D'lIn 'In month" of Juno, 1047 which
0/TtaM/ lit I.ot"< for a pt nr beg thence Lot 2 of Plk 2 of J. D i the 2nd "lay I of Juno, 394+.

V of BIK 8. f 7 ,0 C. C. Melvln 8.54 run E 780 It N 45/1/ ft ,V7HO ,. Addltlon Town Dated. this iiath day" of April.
ft 1'1' 450 't. to t" 21 Jack -17.
pt
Starke
q l'."? 8, of Elk SO II 7 10' J. W. Thomas B.80 nf beg Ex hood. 35 II U 8 n..rlY. Hnmillon 474 C'O'. Nt'S- I>>>IV at ;:OFFICIAL REAL) A..J. Thomas .
'rllt "v *
nmdrnr.l
City. One A in SE "or or aWL, 1.I\I'IoU"'I'O Of I'lrcult Court. of

of NWl4 N of 15 7 10 20 L. Z. Williams 2,18of of NW'N4:! .Jf SR1: 1.84 Lots I I. 4. of "", 8 (\'do\ ';' )" Florida. ((8K2AL) l
of 82114 of 35 II 23 A Mnmle. Davis ... :' 4 nfJ"kn 0 Lots 4t B-33
"j'1 Obi"' \
SEVi of NE'/416 7 10 8 L. Z. William. 356 AI N 1.4 of NW'! OfU 1,32NW14 n. ,4 f'ir'kk|' I'? ItOMP .' ?
lola 1.ltll.
I 23 2 TOt o '
RnnABWL & D4ft of NRBAO .1. W. TIIE11 v'rV Jt llftK'NOK ] OOI1RT
', of Nl'J' : s 2 rt or I..t of IlIk| 13 !,. IIKAI1KOIIII 104VMTV VI.OH
9E14 of NW IIoh or NW' lying) W I.nl 1 or 1lk a1 IUA. I

& all N114v : of fly Ex Cemetery & I.":! I.ot & N21V f Lot }: IN ruonATM i }t
E of Branch & Ex Roads, ss 6 23:! 1 3. L. Harr..n. 4 or IIlk n3 lie! PiMTATK OF JOMtiPII M.
Jl:1t: 2 A Cor Lot 8 A 1'1] a ft nf Lot 3 ALVA1Fy .
rrtf x> 1 A ln 7 10 129 H. 1':. Stoke. *.7* OnE .oJnNVI',); Of35 II U 1 Wl11nrd & Crawford 1.60w1 of Blk .6 hla Laura,. J dnneiiNed.. '

: 14 88 American Tunst 0111\1111"00 of SW% & BEl4! of 1650 TIll' ': \ WHOM IT MAY CONCRRN! Ii I ,
rA1P14 EX 1 AN..O Inc 17.T4 SW"4 2 8 23 12/1/ Nelson T. Green PKif'Bll... 4T Take notion that t have filed my
8.01 '
Wl 18 American Tuna 011 Mills REV, nt NE'4 I 8 33 40 Pear Robinson .I"'U''TO'1'R' IIV ('0'. ADDITIOV" TO : : fur Final Dlm-hane and

1.01\ U>. 10 A t8 7 20 Inc.r :. 7-M The N'i! or that portion t&Lot rh Final Report a* Knncutor of
N11ftof Lot Lest Will I end Toet of
0' NF.4 nf 8W% that ment
87(14 & NW1423 468 3 & .$ 'h uf Lot 4 of J } ... M Alvarea, drtceavHiil and
7 10 80 C. Co.Dutle.. lip. W 0' Road. U &: w T. ,

8Cln. W of SB E 182 ft of N14 of NW44 23 ; Marcus OrlUla 2.30AlltN4 ( Lo't"Vof 1 Rih ii ''"k ; :7, on at the 10 411 A.ll M.day o'clork of June: I A.will I' I

te. z& & run. of a 8 23 Lot M & N 2.3:! ", Lot 13 (' .", .1" tn the Ifon. 1-:. K. I'errywan.
: 20 Chn" *' 814 n' NETS%' l'J ot Ik 13 ...,. ,... .."..-of nradford I'ounly .
of Hd .13 & all S4 nfHF.V. S 9 It of- -... l
Chns to 11.17 1.nt4 8 13 & Flnrlda for ot nuld i
M S 20 10 80 L. )L1hWateye -N.\.n.:\ II 40wai8 FIB'II 10)I'W; approval my ''I
I 5 7 n' NF.I\\ E 0' Ry & ... lilT T. nr..n. I..t i nf 111k If J .lIn' Its port and for my filial dl*. ,'
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& ..10 Rf6'e-vot'Tty' T . : .R.-Ow-Ftm'ler -> 20 I M- : "" of touch iSxeoutor.Thla .
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qgfat-
E\\"of '1qJ! te."" 11 6' It W.,,.411 to "'"W.W. 41'-Brannen. 8.0t E II 'y or 1I'iI'of Nit', nf $34of Luis a ikT'26R, 9, 10. II. 12, Wm d1n'' AttflliJI1 ,:,,
II ..88NW1 BW'S of NWl4 "nk"o..n ,
Morgan III l Clxeuutor. aforennld.
t'1'lWI4 '
f 8WS y Of NW% U I 11 '. 14. .Mattlo 'Jane SF.4 8 d 22 4/1/ Melvin Or"'I" 11111 110 LtSa I. 3, 17. 13. 14 of Earl: 4t 8-23 I
{ & wt/ of 4'.J NWI.NEI !, atao com Jl. ; All N'4 1': nrRv 10 6 23 1/1/ Unknown .304: JKV. 0' Bm R J I .
I NW of NWV .-I! 111:%. 0' SW'4' 0' N1'1"'o II 5 13 211 A. (1. RnlfPre 904W4 : Lot 1 of Hlk 'K Bx> -fi/ ICI 'IiI cnir-iiiT. ("0' .. .. nii4iironiCI >
Corner run Ell" n' 8'V'4 of NEI. 11 S 23 BO Nelson T. Green. 1101N1 ft A Lot between. I4lk >|i rV, Fl.Ollllttl IV 4IIA V. t I
&
.rii 40 de. nr NW\4 I1 A 13 10 Cameron Stove Co, B 0"F.v R 4 E. N. .1. Jones < ( I I.HV.AK ; .
N 1"3
II links : sa W < .IIII., UiiHNllitrotl. I'lalntlff'
Crn. W t 01 N18'4' of $W'4 iI 6 23 1/1/ hnrl"y Jlrantlev 1.R .tlth.n to Ntarke 8 vn.
810: W'4 0' NF.10 01 NEL4, 12' 6 22 2/1/ Cameron Stove Qo. 9 04w4 Lot 8 of Elk 2 HighwayAddition Adeln I JiiiiKllitrull, Defendant CaseNo.
.
S to .
tlinv A In DeiJ NW'rOlilWVofSW'I,18 11.59 ( of SW4 nf 8EI a 5 23 4/1/ 1f. A. Prescott. 31', t tO I to 1oIrk.,, 28 0 33 V. J. AflftVOKIXM, .
.110 t4 S 11 79 W C. Whltten. Admr. RW1! 0' IOFV: IS 6 B2 80 John Johnson 8.T" < t'ltnLIA'I'ION
I In' SW ,. nf SW\; it 6 U T" "PI..:* AUDITION, TO "TAHKP1 :3* O : : AND WOTIl'U' ] Til Aft'KAn
t.SV 4 W of 81V14 W Diggs 33'1Com A. A. STATM; OF FIXltir tot' AdeteQiiHiillitroll '
All %
821 Of28 II Reddish '.*1KWf otl6 6 n 9 John nllc 4 whuaa reHldonoe and t
B 41 Drew R .. N 2-S of EH: "t Lot 8 ; sddre.s Im, %" N. rawiiiiclil., 42 Main
R I E!: of River & RI NW" ror of SE%tl2l2t KV4: of Lots 5. 7. of INK N roo Htret, Windsor Lofkn. Connitnttout.Yuu I
of NF\4: & run l'3 1170
Ex 4 A- 6Lots .... .
of f BEV 241: are ''bl..1 In appear en
h e. E14 nr 8214'Iranrh R : ft W, 924 ft N18 II 1Irra. Lillie Clark 1. 2. 3 nf nik 20/ A.. June 9. lllir In the above named
8 23 .
& Nwof Admr. 28.09' to beg WH of Elk 21 Ex> I LnlN ( ...".t win-rein' ulnlnilffnekH I
0 REV, of 8W 14 21! II 11 253 W. C. Whitten S IR8 "". 0' that portion U9 of ltd 0,1W, side' 60 ,, .n.I..j/, llrfid'urd 'oiintv I
& 8,28P'I of NEV4 that II Llszl.. I. Clark ft I 11 A W kv 10II ft N I,
"f NWY4 Yt"o Telegraph this Order
1'4 5 nt vZV1A.9;: 8 11 4/1/ 3. M. Conner. Admr 3.10 lies E Road 12 18 8 U A H Perks *lll""on to III;: next ""'rh weekly, .I\\InHiiexWltneim ,
80 I It 2/1/ W. C'. Whitten ..20 N 't of that portion Ntsrko n II ,S Cecil
? \ ,"f !PE:% 'Rents 155 131o my hanil, ,n,1 official
1R4 ,r II 8/1/ Ii lit 10 roo H. &. John I.1\ 'jV. Ulhat U 8 IIlra. Paul nonnplt Lot II I AS 10 ft of Lnt <" ul nt Hiurke, "'1' rid.., thin May '
or NF.V4: 11 II f0/ C. H. n..nt. ..17'IIV Iles E of 18 8 13. 14 nf Hlk Ti lt 1911.IOI""I'rAr.8IiJAI..
8114%, "r W'4 t 6 11 20 roo R. Alvarez ..77SP.V. N 4 A of W4... of NWI'18 1 Wilbur Hunter :991 Addition: to Ii 'r.k.n 8 11 L. 1C .) A. J, riioma.,

WV, 01 SWV4 1 8 31 20 E. H Thomas. 86.14 8 U 3.M One Lot" N i>f lllnhwav AN clerk of eald... 4ourt.My .
of SW'A & 814 of N A A of W',4 0'18 23 4 Carrie Hunl..r 60 ft 11V by 100 ft Lucille (', runner, D. C.
-- NW4. ofS 86.44 8 N S In 8AV Pnr of T. Frank "
74 of 821Y ::1.1" A > Htarke: Vlorlda.Atty. .
\Of 9.304IVy ? N 12 A 107% 4 Eva' A1r0innle. Addition fur I.nndrum 6-3 8-33 ,
f R1Py nt FF a I II 11 30 R. U. Parmenter iaN' of SE\ff 14 8 U Jl'Pur."k'?. U .13 E. 4t
V1 1'1.. 0' iii II A of W% 0' 4 'Ollie Hunter ..3' '
nf : %.. EH. of Lot. I 1. 3. nt BlkSta
ot SWy'L NW'Io' of "SE' % 18 8 23t ,1A'ddlllan iv "IIIf'1 i IT ('04'11 I'. nn\"rniticoiwrir > J
0 B '1SW' of J!)!4 1. n It Mr...'. 1'tlnlL HarleY 1.59 S of 4 Cleveland Hunter 3.39 a Wynn's'ke '"j, 6 jj Jim n.oiiiii iv IIIA: :*-
1.31r NW,8
v. nl !, 11 3. VI'l1Iard Alvarez : A".r.WIoiI", II U < rrir.luldore .
8 AO Lnt 3 of Blk 33 J. M.Sarke .
Sr.",2 U.1I8 '
r PEV, E x 14 A Alload I4 of 8214 E ofl6 8 nswv 25 John Diggs Johns Addition' |O2, Mary llrafman; :llrafman., D.fen.rant./. Plaintiff('axe, vii.No. Ruth 6601.OltDElt .
,j
roe S of Rd & 1.80 I.U
Alvarez Williams OP IM'HLiOATION
59 fluall It. n' J1lk INn' R I I Palmer
tNW4 of PE4 2 II 11 18-tt 8 13s'trw Lot 8 of Elk :3. City Park AND NOTle'M Tl> APPI1AltSTATE

""BF 4' !N ot'or Itn..d of. NEV, I 8 n 2 Julia. Fryer" 1.18 W Temples f 8E14' Sub-Dlv.of $W14 otl1 u II Unknown '.U r:".$-:;:"'k.W.. & C's Add 90 6 sa 1. 1': llrafman' who(IF .'I.oltlf reeldence>A tot and l lluth ad-

..879P.1 LnYs 33" 84. SS. of Mk 1ft.
't !oI'% of .Jr. 'r dress la unknown.You .
,
SW1A.a d U 3 R. b5. Alvarez NW port ion N. Dowling.\ Additionto \
14 : Nof NE4 of l'J nf Mrs are required 1 to appear on
\; 01 NW'4 & t..O Smith s 3.99 Ntark. 29 ? tune 3, 1947 In the above named.
.t..hl..nn. Dennis
8/1/ (0. c. rot 330 ft of NW\. It
Rd &
s. It 8H, of l.ont 4 nf Blk 13mUVke"
of WI\ Russell Norman 8.10 1 17 8 2 7of Court and :2 .f f W'4 a 8 11 80 Addition to weeks divorce. Bradford Clnunty!
% i 550 ft fI' that I
N.... S ? g U
117V f : & ttl'J'Io nf I.n Telegraph ahall ixibliHli this Order
Andrew of (
II It 12/1/ Willie H. .39'JR'44 portion! of .t81I 1.18E4 Rlk 13 Bx SH n' Lot 4 1 I
4 NW% of BEy 8 C. C. Crosby .f Sl11,..E th 4 Lary 1Iloble In next four weekly ImiueH
r 15PV!': 10 4 11 80 n' Rd 88 11 8 U BtaVke"1:: Addition IOn )" Witness my" hand .an'l official

& NE'4 of 11 8 It 80 Joaephne Edwards' 1'.t.' l3.ta .W of RE\04\ ot NWH Rx16 8. n Elliott Tyson 1." Com at NW Cop of NWVJ .,] .ft'I. 14t7 at. Miarke, Florida, this MaxOFKKIAL

t NF.4 Ex I A- Frailer. Kelley 1.18 WI AS% of SW'4 of 8 7.. R. Sawyer 217WV. of 81'lit: run. 1821: ft ( t"REAL" ) A. J, Thoma. '
It sq W 8 A for of beg thenee t'
"'" 11 6 .19 Unknown 147 a pt M Clerk, aald Coiirv
.0 Floyd" Crosbyf a 22 10 8 .117 ft K M7 ft
II run
4'NWt4 H 8 of 0' BE" 11 fly r.ucllle O. Conner, D. C w
13.t8 NWL, N 814 ft thence Northerly T. Frank .
.f f SW's A N% of M.lClnney Lundrum Hlarke, Florida.Alty .
n 8 It. 1e1i'f 3. A. 3. A strip 1011 fW'4 ofacmss 1 Lindsey Orlffl. t.Uot TO 3.4 decrees W ". for I'It. II.' 4t 8-31
8.03 8 .nd of SH ft thence W on H
Rile 10. Sam p. .McKlnne 30 8 U -
3. A. 3. R4
7 U f itf Hen line 348 ft to pt
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4 1.07 1'1 T66 ft tAFn 14. tt of 1.5' of beg 29 ( 11 I Carl iv ("n""IT ('O I'n' ?, IIItAD..ORO

.1,Rlk 27 Samp.rlt 4 7 21 Lem Brown $R'Cor E& 1 agll 1 27 6 O. S. Bradley Com at HW Cor. lltfl of Arun Mad). (''''''IiI'ry.. FLonniti iv CHAP.rent' : -

A Myrtle
'IM 41'1' rt ." In 2, 6. $._ 7. 9. It',__of! .Sf Non W---o' -i Annie Zimmerman Gary, Plaintiff.ve. .
torn 03 230 rr r"r-
V.n..na
Cor 51155 ..
of ,. .. FL A.
="EI of .
.n...an unny A rCornet -- W .fnaeoh Gary, Defendant. Ca e
u. i e PS nl hoe thence run
.Tr. ..88t Sub-DIV.:: 11 8 11 .
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f !t"WIr. h T fl to.T. .. lIIcKlnll." 810 ft H 110 ft PI 110ft / No. 8403.JlltDKrt
A.: .. 7. 8. t. 10. OF PUBLtC'ATION'
2. : F
'f'ttl'\4 OfU Lots t. 7.65SubDIV. N 110 rr 10 pt of
4 19.31It A. Manas. .
H.
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Slac1. 141k 1, Sunny Acres 1 R. AND NOTIf'W Tf APPKAIt
Wrn of U S U
rot::: I In SE Coy U 7 SSf 11,, ll < 13 .. ,_n" .,.. W4 beg 0' NWY 0' liE"Fx STATE OK Ff/ONIDA to: Jo.eph! .
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f 9Rt4 r.. 1 A In R. liarI' 1.10 1. I. S. 4. 5. 8. nf t.80H. H (lary. whine residence and addreNafUt
"w 1 11' 18 Henry Lola It tA. Manassa N 4 A 30 S U
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least Itlrd
I"'Ir Bunny Aeru Street Ureni.
4 :', W nf R" Elk I Sub.U 8 11 14 of 8214 of NWV nfW'4 'New YOf'k.Tou ,

A In NE; Coy of .. Smith I.n.r Div.1. I. t. 10. of Elk ..01 A N" nt NE'. of 10 Ann are re hit' lad Lots of NW'4 31. U
ow 7 11 r Aor. A. Mana.sa "WI4 !. II4T, In the above ham.d
NE'4It Runny lIub-U 0' \ F.JI I A In
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NW\4
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8W Court Ca' wherein
% nf : anr u t, plntnr.ff
: : .w 'or At ElL I A In :
e orl.d In Deed1'.g. AUne Call 1.1ff VW Coy of NE% NIC Car II 1 U IS Gus. sacks divorce.lradford CountyTelegraph
lira
'86 2t 1 II run B 414 ft haH publish tM Order I
of BWVi : 'n. Lot r.cord.d 1 I
BIJ f NWS4, & 8.11 theoe. as Unll In next four weekly Heuen. .
Rlteh rf hec f. I
pt 27w
NF.n+ It 40 Mr. N. ,. for a SW need Rook On Psee 5 Wltneee hand and nfflrlelec.l \
ni II ft my
84
tor; 1t & Lo"W'4 te 19. GrUfilWnndlawn ...12I. *''Sfw"! NE I Oscar WrisbtOn.fAfonlI 1.17 % of NW)' of. 821% Es at 8arke, lorlda.. thlai May :
lrnedinwn to I IS IS Ancll F. 179 : ::1oltbe 8 11 about 10 A .old serious 6 U 10 1. 1641 t.
112 II
... Wnt.r 13.001nV' aids of A .n.r.nns.. .1': Car nf NW44of OFFICIAL: REAL) A. J. Tioma.. '
11 I I' ao Aaron formerly nwnedby m An Clerk I ol eel-t Court. 1
:l '1I" A tr..ct "E'4 4 rum N 100 A fly Lucille C. Conner, D. C. ,
Ex In .
annul IA P. C. Goodwlne .. C.. M "... l I..n.. .
"nr nf Lot 15I of NEI4 of IIW\4 .... .. T. Frank Landrum. feftarke. Florida.Atty. t
In tot n W of .' M'"artn.y 1501 Nt,4 bounded N b" Wm Hal 1 Clarence. CovlngtonId" .... -"ft"..., .. .. 517'c3 14.ft to for **lf. I.t 4t 8-3J

1'I''48 ;+ndlswn! II 6 II 10/ Thelma Hanl. I.U A a by Sarah Scott ll 11 _. II 4 32I 2 Cap
II of a I* .
11 A. 1'. "" 1''' Tom at BW Car 'r I. Y.'n.' IV rmri'iT rnfdT ISHADPIIIDCnl'NTY.
't I" fth law.. 11 5 II 10 J'arnn w..,.... 601 A tract formerly owned '. .. .14 of ) rt.oHiiiti iv CI1444: .
10 II II Jr. I.UI Ooodwlne :: 8J4U Unle 'I
\ 'Ift Wnedlannswn 10 H. F..4. 4.10. P. C. 1 U tKHT. f
W.
14 .
I" L. White I JJB .n. B "..t. of 0 w... 1.ln..nln Katherlne Elsie Speed Gray, Plaintiff I
i 10. ,. '.0' 'h1!..,:, 11 I n 10 Harvey eald Itland tn BE CorA -, '. ..4.. W vm Jamea Arthur Uray. Defen 4, ,
1.10 ..ntr'" .. .. ofII '.... 10 ,
LOU n' Rarah S II i dant. ( Nn 602OIlllRri
.,,_ .... I II
1.11
II xt.'sssr1'rHTodL414ij W 9 'nf.ICATfNAND !
18 I "v'n -- .r T..n, OK 19
18' II to ti poet thence. ...' I I
;: a 4 : i iArthur
rIr.oTt: ;; D1.rr.Am. I
NW tS "f _. II 1 .f ( KTATH / ; .* !
Oa.kln41 1411 "WI4 In Temple S..bU. 1 Oeo. KoOe* 1.T7 .. 4 '.In. (fray, whose residence aniladdreee
II
lII.f .2) Watkinsl I.U nt. S ........ !I.: 3Y Heechwood Drlve f
in L .. '
10 Com at PE ("Of' n' W'S of II a U l-roomhlll. Glasgow flootland.

st I 12 plk I g nf R 2 W 'rein- .6 f.ln' You. are reffiilre'l{ to aitpeur nn .
AlkLi:-ny WEST or 2AILROAD Reddl.h 311 vies lIuh.DI" lit run N "214\ June. I, It47 In the abnve nam.*' '
J. T. 814 of14W .
Lola Edwards 8 lit ot NJI\4 U Court n.1 Cause, wherein flalnt'ff
tll
I
'f nUe 7 Mamie Lou Edwards 161 4 thence contlove. "."It Meek dl"o.".. Bradford' County" :
914! Mllml.
I. i C. SmithrMAl 180 N 185 ft 6of aY 0 r for Telegraph U"h publish\ til Older I I
1. II N4IIU. thence rufora E run. In next weekly Uaueo.Wlineee ( I
1.fLoPIIc I..n. Rauler.on 11* 116 ft 8 IU Raleigh Strickland '..ItLn' 't N'I my hand and officialveal I
Preacher 11B
460 ft'k b.* II' at Htarke, Florida this Max l''
of, Dlaa tot 7 J. fRndleY '.01 ft 3 II North pIn I II I.

A' .t. T..A R.ddt.h.... 34ld 12 Ren" Rub-DIV, In IIWI4 of 1 'OFF'ICIAL SEAL A. J. Tnomae.Ae .
t'1P1f15YTCT!: ., or at' 'ECI. 91. 1.81 14 of itR: Wri4lt Bd: men 1.81 ; ofv. Clerk: of odd! CourtHy t
If. K&
3)ell at'SNFP." .f 11 .. 4 U a: :' ::: Lucille C. Conner, I>. C. I
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;t.r Elk 21 North Reno T. Frank |...ndrum, Htarke. Florida, ,
2,
ft cocoa p! Lo Soh, .DIV 4n BW% of (Continued Oft page Atty. for .". .-. 4)t) 831IIIIL

tllhit 8 run N liT 113 $:&of !lEIo41: W\oiI<1 I D. B. Kntcbt 1-1 I

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t rAGE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA 1 RID1T

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(, 1'' '1.,', ',,1 IV ('IIIfT'T rOI'MT. BlttDKORDKHV. In next four weekly Issues.WltnoHa d<""oRD"" S 6600 6607.
I IH"l "'01 'I'FLunID'. 1'Ii (,'II,' my hand and off tola >H F PUBLtCATION ORDER OP PUBLICATION R't
,; '' }.I.: : seal I at Mtarke.: Florida, this May AND NOTICE TO APPEAR AND NOTiCB TO APP JAIt
I .,h Ver.. Weeks Foster Plaintiff va. 10. 1047 STATE OF FLORIDA tol Isabel BTATM OF FLORIDA to: MraBobble ,
t \ tlI:: Clarence II. Fouler l>..f ndunt. CaaaNo. (OFFICIAL 8ICAL) A. J. Thoma. Alvurea Handles, whose reilileno V Lf'.7h:; whose residence .
t" 1 "rltv 5624. A... Clerk l of said Court. and address InNo.: 601 llth StreetViMlado. and address N.K. 10th' Street,
p.fIjo'. \t iZ/IC' ORDER OF PUBLICATION:' My r.uilllo C. Conner. U. C. Havana Cuba. Oklahoma. City Oklahoma :yG
ANn MVTICn! TO Al'HKAK" ''S, llarrlHon, Law Exchange WJuJftckHonvllle .. You are required.. to appear 0. You are required to appear on )
\'!,, \ ,I l",t'i '( STATE OF FLORIDA to: Fin. June 1. 1917, In the above named June 2. 1947 In the above named '
I \ i' ClHrvncv H. Koatcr, whose reolu Atty. for IMf, 6-16 4t 8-8 Court and Cause Mradfoid wnereln: plaintiff I Court and Cause, wherein plaintiff j w
1\\ ,4't ,.",ne and address ,la unknown; seeks divorce i. Count seeks divorce. Bradforl Count
1 Telegraph| shall jmbllKri this Order Telegraph' shall this Order ,
publish
\ ; iv nnciir ( ; DHADFOHOI ; \
I' You are required to appear on COURT In next four weekly. Issue In next four weekly. \laxueeWttneiie
d, June 18, 1947 In the above named *- '>T FLOIIIUAl IV tllAV j. VTItnein my hand irnl o"I"lal"p..1 my hand and official' ,
k 1 1. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff 4591 V.Joseph Florida. this May.
,I seeks divorce. Bradford County Anthony Sanch, Plaintiff, I 1. :I147 at Bturke"' real 1, 1947.at Ilarke.: Florida' this May

, ,; P.. THcirtnnh" shall, T>tinll..ri this Order_ vs Isabel Alvarez HMnhp l> fenItowriptlon (OFFICIAL SCAM A. J. Thomas. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.

t An Clerk of said court. As Clerk. of mild Court.
i (Continued from page nine) toy Lucille C. Conner DC. Hy Lucille J. Center. n C.

4' S. T. It. Acres Owner & Cont T. Fran Landrum, Stark. Florida T. Frank Lnndrum, Htarko, Florida
Amt. Ta\r! Atty, for Plf 5-3 4t 6-3 Atty. for fir. 6-3 4t &.U


( rr NI!:% of 8WV :at g 22 40 Mia, Mamie Geiger 11.01 iv "'RCW" '" coi'HT.t BRADFORD IN CIRCUIT" COURT. BRADFORD
a Cum 820/ ft S from NW "OI''II'I'Y.'' FLORIDAI11 CIIAN. COIINTf. FLORIDA IN CHAN'
('(,r of NKH of NWV', 'F9eV.Curtin: CERT.
.
I I run H 210 ft Jo!: 12(1( I... Sanders, Plaintiff v* Edith llaran. Plaintiff, VH. James
It N 210 ft W 4J 1I ft Molina Verna "Handera.' Defendant Ilaran Defendant. Cane. No 0031
4. / to ire* 14 (23Two : 2 Ruby A Iv.r.. 9,58 C..e ND, 5800.OHnfR ORDER OF PUBLICATION

fl dr A In 8W Cor ofNWU II Russell Mcllaa 1.40 OP' PURIM CATION AND NOTICE) TO APPEAR ,, ,.,, ,
of 8W'4 34 t 22 AND NOTK'IJ: TO APPEAR Zelma STATE OF FLORIDA to: JamesHuman ? pit" t A
N 421 ft of HWV, of SWVi< 8TATB OF\ FLORIDA to: whose residence la unknown.
11 K portion N of Ry 94 8 23 T .T Ifardenhrook 1,21 Verna. Sunder, whose residence and You ara required' to appear on
Swy\, of NW% of SKVi:\ 34 6 2J:. 10 John tl UrlfflH.. Kt AI ..99 .address lit: 80S 4th Street Cordele June 6, 1947. the above
Let 8 nf Klk t SunurUy! North, Oeorgla. named Court n"I cause, wherein.
llntneslta lit NW '/. of You are required to appear on plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
i NWV, 85 6 23 Unknown 8.96 June 1, 1947 In the above namedCourt County Telegraph shall publish thlaOrdvr
t I' I d B DOO ft of Nwtj, or NEW" and Cause, wherein plaintiff In next. four weekly Issues.
l N of Po (traded ltd 33: < 22 24 Edgar OIlHson 8.24 hacks, dlvorc-e. Bradford County Witness my hand and official
i,: 3-4 of NWV of NW 4 Telegraph" u'.C: :'I\\ title Orlerin seal at Htarke:! Florida, this May
Issueit.
WVi of NI7V4 Of NWV, M 23 60( Mary, n Maloney 10.99t next 8, 1947
nfflelal
NWV4 of HWV 30 8 22 49 Ana Hunter 69 I Witness my hand and (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
'
.W4. of NKVi of NFM 3 7 23 10 Mickey Martin 2.40' anal at Htarke, Florid. this May Aa Clerk of said Court,
iJrd l Cum at NIO Cor HWV I. 1947. J. 8 Harrison.
of Law Exchange BUa
Thomas
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ",
'lOr NWH run S eiiift Jacksonville, Florida
6(6 ft t" 1,1III..nr. Au. Clerk tit said Court.D. C. Atty. for Pit. < 5-9 4t 5-30(
fly Lucllla C. Conner,
N along Hd toW Frank Htarke, Florld.i. -
T. LsndtLum: ,
4 Snit Line
thence f: S-2: 4t -33 II* CIRCUIT BRADFORD
125 ftto beg 3 7 22 10 S. R. Smith T.U Atty. for Pit. COURT
r'' lnnn It, NR1 {'or nr HtVt.: COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN
of NWVi\ A 'run' 8 6SIft irinniT ..0 W'AT. BRADFORD CKHV.
p h for a pt of ben. .' ... to vn. rLOII'U.', m' CHAN Norton Ira K. Norton Defendant.Plaintiff Cane, vs No.Bertha 6612.
i iientrun W RHIS ft to ,0' C'BUY.Alfred .
RJ hence I 8 lot Ct flB4 E. Kenrlclc. Plaintiff ve ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
UN IOS Harriett L, Kenrlck ,Defendant. NOTICE! TO APPEAR
n tQ pt
t'1, ,nf heir I 7 22 1 Emory T. Reynolds :2 I 00 Case No. 1601. STATE: OF. FLORIDA to: Bertha
C'nin PI/PLICATION Norton whose residence. Is: 161 YOU DO
at NT Cor of SWv; ORDER OF CAN SOMETHING
( 'j y 1 i.f NWVt & ruo H! 795 ft AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Main Street Thomaston. Conn.
t< 'i3 for of beg thenre STATE OK FLORIDA to: llarrleI June You are .lre1n to appear on
avlt 9, 1947 the abovenamed
+ run 674 ft to Kd Kenrlck, whose reeldence. and
'
honce S 10* ft E 514 address 'el: II Rustic Road Htone- court aDd cause wherein
ft N toe rt tn I't or beg a 1 13 1 J. H. Kirkland 2.49 ham Massachusetts.. County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford/ this ABOUT THE WEATHER !
All HWy4 of NW% W of You are required to appear on
''td 3 1 22 23 J. W. McCall 1.81 June 2, 1947. In the above named Order In next four weekly: Issues.Witness .
.'t ofNEEx42.4A' Court 'and Cause, wherein plaintiff I my hand and official
dIrt Uo W of :eeeka; divorce. Bradford County seal at Starke Florida this May 6,
Li i 1,1 ihard, nrt 4 1 U 71! Mrs A. A. Williamson 27.43S publish this OrderIn 1947. Al Ike Up of s twitch you ... lara w.,.
y' Il n rte N'f' '{,, of NW'4 or flE',L NE44 t 1 U Lydia Collins 1.778I : tPf'.u"rh: weekly Issues.Wltnem (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas, EASY DOES IT! .
b
Aa Cleric of maid Court. alghu,1101 < ialo cool comfort!
v' ;h N't ) my hand and official Yoarberoc
NL'l :

) ,. Fy r1 NIv SW 5'of Sn NRV[ :AF.wtf of NW4 N/\f:Y4&, 1'I' 13 2:1: 10> F.Ida. If Huller Reagan 1.09..77'r aral 1. 1947.at etarke., Knrlrll, this May J.3y I 8 Lucille Harrison.C.; Conner Law kxchange D. C. Bldg.Jacksonville. .: se4'' :, : _? ,,ttf a simple' Initellitioa. econoanrallo .

I 4 NW%L of Hi'' 4 1 33 40 J. C. Kdmondson 1.63 ([OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas, Florida, f become
for 59 J operate, a* comfortable.
Atty. Plf. 4t 530CIRCVI'P
{, 'I The N 185 ft or that p"r. All Clerk of said Courtly { 'I M i
lion nf N'AI .t NF-V. Lucille C. Connor ID. C. Ck- : :-" =:- t =s' -WecoUalel I IT
Y Dr NW' lying r. nr it,1 1 10 1 U 1 n F.. Knight 3.00 T. Frank Lnndrum, tttarke, Florida. EN COURT. BRADFORD
W "r 8W\i ot NWV4 1/1/ 1 33 21) Vaxco Komyth .99 Atty. for Pit G.:! 4t B-23 COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN.
N 1'1 "r NE" Iff1" 10 Leo Grlffla .88 CKRY.Kathleen. -----1- ..r iticlrital iiilir' en uti ill
10 1 U f ( )
All 4SEya 1 N. Venn, Plaintiff vs. Edward }
hard W44 Road or R or 10 1 iii < John Warren 1,IS iv rinrrrr roi'nr. BRADFORD C. VBMB Defendant. Cane No. I: ="" :t I trr,..i..iits li Instill ciirntii
( OIr:>TV FLORIDA IN tHA'V- 66U.
C. )
1 144 All that portion or !e% ('KHV.Rrneet ORDER OF PUBLICATION .. s.____
I of f flR'4 of IIE'4 W of t9/11t pir t.... SEE III TODAY!
)+ t H.. 10 Rarln. :237 Falco Plaintiff vs. Maria AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
1:5: 1 23 Thornton!
Falco. Defendant. Case No. 5591. STATE OF FLORIDA
to 'r-Sgt.
nr
IIW'4 NWI'x\ JO A
In NI'J {'or It 1 U 30 T J. Alderman 437 ORDBH OF PUBLICATION Edward C. Venn, whose residences I III III COIURI flllS. .

? ''I Let"Jilt 8 or Mt 1110\4 Vernon or NEil.ilut>.DIv C6 7, 23 20 Celrua. Prison 2.RK AND:NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEARSTATE to Marla [lox: Ureenvllle I.t2fl.., Greenville Army Air.. South Bade, f_'p._ufnIna 'n o.. e Fa 01... Out Torrid Overlwxl. He... '

01 Falon. whose residence la: Malano. e Dram In Coke OuliiJe, 111111 !
I', NW'4 of NFL4 N of Jenevento, Italy Air Through liAi 1cl ciirmTotn \
You
Hampton & T h.. re.sa. are .lr..1nto appear on Opoo "isdowa- '
You required to June
are appear on 9. 1947, the above
fot..t t. 11ft. Vertnn HI/b.2!D 1 23 T. J. Alderman 2.07I ,lone 2, 1947. In the above namml named. court and cause, wherein" e Circulates. the Air Tke>ot1i| the Iliumla s" .

1 S Div 1 Court and cuuue, wherein. plaintiff plaintiff seeks. divorce Pradford a Ceaile Cevlieg B_
yre/? N 01 Hampton ofp' NF. !J ieks divorce Bradford County County Telegraph. shall publish this
Ie
Theretsa
Telegraph shall publish thin Order
In .
Order next four weekly Issues
nd 10 T 12 T. J. Alderman 2.07 In next four weekly leauea.Witness .
y, : y 1.01 NF.4 It' Sub.f .DIv'. of N% ofv my, hand. and<< official seal Witness at Starke my, Florida hand ,and this official May 3, : in- Tk*> mw "toxcrmic BOn or C31kRN"-SUNDAY AITOUIOONS' CMNonoperating
NW'4 99 1:11: I Fronlc Smith 1.U pal at 8tarke., .Florida this April 1947.
I..h
5. 8. 1 or Elk
8 28. 1947, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
i'i 1 y Lot lIuulri 6 of Park 90 1 12 Archle a. Ellllnd 1,83 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Aa Clerk of said Court.
81k ao llln
An Clerk of Mild
Court.
on"30 By Lucille C. Conner. D. C.
{ 4' f l.n Add 1 23 a. J. r.amour..aux, Et AI 1.29f By Lucille C. (Conner D. C. E. John Nelson 517 Lynch Bids
I E "J'I; 2,ht3'd 8' of Dlkpo J. S, Ilarrlaon. Law Exchange Bldff. acksonvllle, Florida.
I'r Tholl. 1l. Yn&ng 111.37 .
f 1 12 Jack.on..IJFlurlda./ for Plf 6-9 4t 5-30 .
RW% "r NW.%; Pel 7 II 40 L. V. Ellanli 1.53 Atty. for Plf. 8-1 4t 1.13 Atty.
M ilL 'Ly r AI SEW of NW '
Ih + + SSRd or31 1 U 87 Wm. O. Dirt 1.81
r'*t \ nf NEIIJIJ, & 1:11: iitcrir {COI'RT BRADFORD.
f 1' n'4 nr S19V4' 31 1 113 80 Harden & Weisner 796 rot'iMTr, FLORIDA: < HAVIKRV. >
;, ; ,, 'r All Ihnt portion nf WV .
u, nr NI'l'lo or tlJJ:14.: Iytng'I Lester Larsen. Plaintiff va BobbleV.
+ ''1: t M nf H" 'r 8 22 a Tony Drumso 1.11 Larsen Defendant. Case No.
tot I W .r adjoining .r
+t v 1 4 Delaney. RI The Have"
11'P "NW'4' tO NC'/1 13 R U H. T. Waters. 3.48nr
r } li: 640 of S! .t NWL414r ,
: ., ftl'l\\ 13 8 13 15 Jan. \Y. Harrison 13,97'y
N'4' of NM\4\ d 8EL4 N
,.r lIy-1S 3.. A E" f.. railroad
X11 i A In 1:1111: 1.0" 13 R U It K. 8. Carllale 1.14 unions are
Alt 18 8 II UO A. W Hohmann 31.20
I I:1b: of Allc 1 of Govt raw
F' Lakeside.: ,Nub' Dly LIOtU 8 13 C. W. Hold..n. 6.6d /aAa ,

f r, r d 1 I4; i / t'om of tW11 f'f:: N HWL'r 80'! s pOMe L10 ;' demanding still another raise ofS568,000,000

f ,
r : ft for beg
ru1/ for
P t then,. a It N
/ I 3DO It PJ 810 It tI aGO ft
,; eta to pt nr beg. II 8 n 11IIlnni.\ Jones 1.57
Iy, .k /l SK of SEV4 i' 2G a II 10 Ralph J. Ca.on a.aBl
described HOME
r r 't One Lot as In CANNING'S8EST
p4} q l Deed Rool 1i2. Page U 21 a 13 Pumpkin Patch
., f'r Fishing Club 6.38 2- place: metal 'lid
'Ip, I r.nte 10. U. 98. Indian.
i, teF'' u$ Hench gt : } 71 30.76 1. use riih ..._t elepmeat, la 2.I .
: U 'J''ddtl
q'''W Let 39. Indian Reach 'F. k. Jr. 10,01,: piece ""ellld>1 Ther*'. so doubt of
h J..I III, I. di an peach Q6" :I$2
41' ] Unit Nn 2 IIG a II W. A. Dirt 'M 10.37IIJU'II JUST ole ...01 for your
611 7
t PillS kee''... ""..... 'eo.b.
''\ 0.1\11. "'"If0:1 :t3:1n "SI: Just prWl lo lest If

I,{ ''ri ',nl 1\\ l Y Y7 unknown' 186 I. TOTun DOME it down. |I.' li

u d lot Ii "nknnwn 401 _I.dl Pits any Mown
I fIat 7 l'nknuwn a.H6 .' )fa,. ee.y.o.... be

8 "nknown 280u' cawta1 .II'. '..'.. Con
c teat III ,
'nknnwn 696
N ,t y lot 11 I "nknown 986 -Ei mere the eaiy way, -
lot 11 W. Jot, tllnekloy 1,86 with SALt JARS AND 4
k lot 11 Unknown 10,01 I DOME IIDSI i
If lot I I6 Unknown 1001
Let 16 "nknowlI 10.111 AT ItOIOCIII'S
t lot 11 Tnknnwn 1007
fl rot n I .l' "1 trllknown 1007
A f: .p lot Z3 "nknowlI (007
u' u h lot 21 Unknown 10.01It 1i

( ,, ''i 4 Lot 2. Unknown t.ItB
It All Inst 1 W ot nd 80 II 9 13 138 Leigh. 111. P..arMall 48 lit
U A In NE Cor ot Lot 4 38 8 U 12 Acura L. Ca.on JI.86

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C. A. KNIGHT /

l! Tax Collector Bradford County



b 9i9 NOTICE A i


(' I i Notice le. hereby given that the following described lands will be t- )

sold at public auction on the 311t day of May 19n. at 11 o'clock

(; r A. M. at the City Hall In Starke. Fla.. to pay the amount due for

m } 1946 tau. herein set opposite to the same together with all coati for.Rub FJt 5T. MR. MRS. CONSUMER MR. SHIPPER A MR. FARMER MR. i MRS. PASSENGER

I' ''sit 1 Oil such male and advertlslnl' .


0..1..0.. 8. T.R. 0..... .
Tares
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r IC :.Itarkll 17..10 Original tt or Lot Tow t Cluck n of U 6 II J. Fred Guy q j 1 jJ 33,46r MUSCULAR PAIN You would

/ ."t 4 IIr Block I. City foot the bill !
lIn W a C Addh s '
+ 1' 110,1 t. Town of Kt"rke r. I II Mrs. George Pierce 1.81 RELIEF
,
ll, J."t 'I of Ulock 30 Llv. ''J.
F 1I..ton. Truby a Co'. .1..
AdJTark. to St.rk. II' II E. Dryd"n 1.11
I J:44 "f I..t. I. 4 of Flock
9 k .r Iota on NEURA'BALNI. Look There's ....
EK 3. 4 ot out another big rail. 1946 with the
largest
YI 1 Clock '0. LI..ln'ut'. peacetime special payroll taxes on railroadsroadwagedemandheadedyourway
''4 hl Trilby & ('0'. 11-1 II 8 II Obey DeSua 1,13 I. traffic in history the net income
l t 11 ft of Lot I c of have recently been increased;
.\. Livingston, T'ru" ; : ,w .. t s...... rallene The non-operating unions alone railroads went down to the equiva
the ducaeWens declined.
Co' J-D! U 8.. Enoch Tyson" I.n -and passenger traffic haa
.
t I Lot 1 of Block 37. I.Iv..' ;t .1. -& psia. whose members do not actually lent of only ZH% of the net prop.
In.,lon .'I'ruby & C,, a I
? I II-I. la 8.. homer Williams ? 4.21 2. STIMULATING operate trains -are demanding a erty investment. Where Would the Money
E 30 ft of Lot I "f Block .h r a sctloa stirup
:
27, Livingston circulslloa. to fcelpi. flat increase of 20 cents an hour.
TrubY.u I II Ilom.r A4kl. ... 4n ......-"p the cooWH1N What About 1947 Come From f
Iu o.yB-{ 2019 Theee demands .
1 i of Clock _. would coat the railroads .

e Co's Livingston. True TOM nib. eoocaJnc' Newsbelai w of the country five hundred Even with the We can't. what we don't tale
i.U
to Starke I' 8 II Willie Roberts 1.33 Miatul recent freight rate
it weaare
l.nO S 8 10 It of Lots I : .' fnm wb.spots dec. fntt stsrn to work iset.d,. lhl million In. And not taking in eo ales
U. 11 of Dlook U. through coniiMCed+ eorlsce blood, auwlaa .ixty- dollar a:;<
Pe.k' Ad.l. to iarke 2a 6 II I. H. Itarper I .",0 10.n to _.. st"'. Iclaiq sraai.sBMKloi.aivr The rmewed mueriee life that the now to meet present costs and w
h""rartlonal Hlork : N of : .; surd .by .....0. .._e or Istiaue ire Last year these employes had railroads will make **'
in *
s 13th St. & W Wal. complete the *
rei...... Sc.llc eu.scb Peer.. Niisln .. only about the I low improvements
+ cut St. Pimple'. Add. works /*>, lad .r/HI..". an Increase of 18V4 cents an same return in cant&to,
,' r Town. of Starke tou 8.3 T. J., Alderman ..1. 1t1 Aha "ned. foe die nliel of _lalc 1947 as hi 1946.This will be because ice that you need and that we
ej' Lot It Dt Rln"k 33. Trmk.'dd. .. pate*. .... sock, lira 'S, pl.'s to Town of eonoeej due to colds, tioaljnaj ot biuaioaaraieiioas the you.
increase
: : -
h IS I 21 Alma. C. lel.trunk : 1.17 of dw kjn, tired bunuac teet. wage increase since 1939. Their wage made in 1946

BIJ:..9..Ex; Jot; 1. Sunny U 6 II n. A. Mana..a T.ta the Neianbslis>..... S.) eixxhimi r amt lne. so sod CLEAN..iahns sod M. average weekly pay has gone up will be in effect for all of 1947; You Would Foot the Dill!!
"
i 1 'Ioo'\c\ 2 Six Lola 4. 5, 9' e"reehio* n ..... When fee wane tit sod
d's ?, :::'Ofo: Acres Sub ISvl. welcotne relief toss ararslaie sad miuruUc 75%, as against a cost.of-litlg
e 21 6 U "A. ::11".a. 4 604y acbes sod pains rub with Neunbalm PM
Clock 3, Hunn" Acrea R-IO 11 4 It n A. :M.n..a .... nUsed S3 le. benu fxt beast Ill him rise of St% a
s $ Lo.t. t. I. e. 10 of Rluck praised kr :.. Fallow' r .," p
4 gunny Acres 8-10 lOU M druateona in 1'4. 75* sad I $3.39bbooYs.. Since 1939 railroad and .
!{ Starke 1 II n A. bn".a 3,10s wage ,
I, a. 4. I. .. 1. I ..fItLots MODERN CLEAN-SOOTHING material have I
,, .. k 4. Sunny Aer.. costs gone up more SOUTHEASTERN RAILROADST .
v f' 8-IJ i to Ifl..rk.. U. II J. R. Morrla 196 than three times as much
+ .8141 Dr 8F\4' or 8W'4 w NEURABALM AwAY as freight y t._ ..
tl 1jfdC 13 Ea I acre rates and five times as much as
!l II Jo.. n..rk. 11.05
p 1 1 t' KEUH rOM ACHES AND PAIN fares. That w. why in .
CARL JOHNS paaaenger ... publiabiD. aDd cabs xlvertiaenMnta to talk with ape

9 .xl.L+rt'0L ... Tax Collector. City of Starke Ant hand about _ttaq which ar* important to rwybody.

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