Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 30, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Incidence Of Sugar Found I

'buled rinalyses To At Top Starke and Candy'School Habit. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I; ;

that the existence of a candy and soft drink
I:7g: non Starke school l grounds is "undesirable" was Official County Publication Established In 1877 ,

''tdnelda by Dr. Robert Crooks following: the disi7t .
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\ .UUI'! in 72 out of 377 student urinalyses. Dr. VOLUM.V: SI.M'V-NUtB: "' ,'/\.un.; .UlII..IIII\., ,MAY 30. i-.i-, -- NtT\IUF.1&: THIKTY-TWO .

I- and conclusions were made public for the -- _
report -- ---- -----
L of the Rotary Club here :
pr ai a meeting Wednesday:1 .... I
I'e' ncxtence of glycosuria in 20 percent of all school ".rr rr r ,rr I
In 'jcamined was described! as "alarming" and led tc I r. yy

Ivlu'aion} that the abnormal findings; were secondary'
I excessive ingestion of easily assimilated carbohy. e rwwrrrrr I Lr

,1d tor this condition Rotarians Hear

; i\, Dr. Crooks or
Dr. Freeman Hart "
loroalnnced| lunch "

1,, r, "."plained that heI Praise Democracy

,I !this conclusion due I
fart' nat upon recheck- "Appreciation of our AmerlcflnDemocracy" I II

La by r>r. Freeman Hart, professo
sugarsver( I I
of humanities at the
taken durlnjernonn !!
,pwimens ,
of Florida, when he address!
[ after the lunch
members of the Club "
Rotary al M wyf
.r e.F
arrant of positlv
I it" r
|onH the .
organization's luncheon meeting
I round In ..peclmenaurlntr !I r

I, finding"the are morning.so marked "As Wednesday long as we remain true tf 1 WT'L..i .j tial I :
are convinced that they fundamental Ideals on whichour ,& ,

j f manifestation of an ab> Government was founded, w<
I situation' have no need to fear the future." f
undesirable I
and _
Dr. Hart stated. .. _
He enumeratedthe ---'- --
Ixiki stated. "The high ;
l ue of children who pat following as being outstanding I Pictured above are members of the 1947 Senior Class Eunice, Herbert L. Flllyaw, Charllo M. FralTH Myrtle Norman! Leroy Norman Jr.? Jesse C, Parker, Marian J. I .

|:Uif candy and soft drink among the rich heritage handed who received diplomas: at graduating exercises here Ovado Gaxsptt, James Drown Godwin, Ruby Ethel Qrrrn, Refuse" Margaret 1C. Reddish, Samuel L. Renfroe, Mar-

located on the school down by the founding fathers. May 22: Jcanetto! Gremer, Evelyn Gilffls, John C. Orlffis, tha C. Sargent, Mary Belle Smart, Melba Strlngfellow. r I

suggests! that Its presence The equality of opportunity for Mlllan June Hall Alonzo H. h ttnrloy. Jackie Haakjni, Frances J. Taylor, Oletnn Thomas, Esther E Walker, '
all Lucille Alvarez, Dorothy L. Anderson! Gene Andrews
undesirable," the examlnliclan ; W. II. Hayes, Doyle F. Hazen U. C. Hollzendorf Jr., Harvcne Watterson, Mary C.Weldon. Steve A. Weldon r
concluded. He stat- The fact that public official Ondlna Barcelo, Pauline Brannen, Marian Brown, Betty Jean Home, Dorothy V. Johns, Elmer I* Johns, ,
In our Democracy remain basic. Jr, Charles Wiggins, Merry A. Winkler, William M. I
]: too many students fill Virginia ByIngton, Maxte Carter Jr., Doyle Conner, Harold A. Johnson, Annie Louise Kelley, Morris C. Kelley -
J ally "servants of the people"; Wolfa. Three others Vern Hula Cherry, Warren Frederick f
''soft drinks and candy alB The fact that our Nation main. Doyle Crews, Everett Crewa, Marilyn Crosby, Stanley Charles Knight, Elizabeth A. Lawson, Agnes Lewis,

"nil, during the noon hour tame equal balance between the Crosby, Basil Davis, Lowell Douglas, Edward B. Dyal, Marlon C. Manning, Barney K:. McRue Jr., Billy.:. anti William Sapp are hot pictured, In the above

a up the balanced meal "right" and the "left" factions, always Beatrice Edwards Lu Edwards, Mildred Edwards. William (\Lies' Charles W. Mooney Joyce A. Moore liertlo V. group, but were awarded, diploma* on the basin. of work I l
school lunch
by the
I returning to middle ground H. Edwards. Virginia P. Engram, 1 Selma Mao Morgan: Dorothy O. 1IorganVllhllr O. Ned, James M. completed. Photo by Hoover Bros. Studio. I IBeR.Se

before veering too far In either
: :gh 00 percent of the poal-
| gar, were described aiI direction. Tho night was hot' The huge the Senior Clue Club and the t tI
I ,ltV anti as representing Tolerance of races and religions; BHS-USO auditorium was jammed Graduates Largest Class In History I High School Hand Vocal solos t ,

] nible medical slgnlfic- The strong moral reserve that with a thousand spectators were sung: by Henry Bennett and r

['he thief cause for concern has stemmed from our religious come to see 71 members of the -- ---- -- ----- Miss Lil ICdwardM.

id thai the high incidences background na exemplified by our 1947 Senior Clasn-largest In theschool's Brief, but appropriate remarks ,
f the lounge, blocking entrances sn' to .places on the at.igo"ullowliiK Student"'
motto: "In God We Trust".
[. that too many studenUt history receive those that when lime came C.r) tile 'he ciibtomllsheU "slab- Billy lwards: "The Progress were made by Foster Shl Smith I
Dr. Hart credit to American
t t receiving! the diet, gave coveted rolls of sheepskin, stacked l In principal of 1IIIS. ,
proper graduates to enter In stntc'y r" 'I.t years no "iI I U1lildlgnatary" of Education: In Florida". .
Institutions such as the home, t
In a neat pile : table at
atop a
kfh.i concluded. :
tu Thu of
single file wearing' the traditional was prment give highlight the evening!
the church, and Charles Mooney: "The Illxtory
I special school examination high Ideals, such orgltnlza'S'Jnllwith as Rotary, one corner in 'the of the stage auditoriuma Somewhere caps and. gowns, a path hail, to the gradimte.4 a pasting\ shot of of Bradford High School". presentation the diploma. WI'. I.
m was conducted In thltf packed be cleared for them thiouah, Inspiration and l cnfius-aMii' to handled by Arthur R. McRae. I I
for the "rising sun" of our democracy little girl asked, "Mama, when Doyle Conner: "LeglHluture andEducation"
f by the State of Florida In throngs of eagir standees< tackle the varied Lade. they'll County Superintendent of Publto .
that has continued t .
[anon with the Children' does sister come on the stage? With the firm notes of the. dignified Boon embark' upon But rulher: Instruction, who also> awarded
i of the United States Dent ascend throughout the 160 years. An Impatient, father ran his finger processional. played by the the speaking. assignment was Jackie Hanklns: "The Present certificates to members of the t
that this Nation has been establlahed. around the inside of a too-itarch- Trend of Education",
of Labor during the BHS Band, the audienceuntied capably hamllu.l, by ouUtnnd'ng Ninth Grade. The program, was
I between April 11 and May address ed shirt collar. to Its feet And the longest line members of the Senior Class who Jeannette Gremer: "Are School. opened with an Invocation by the ,4:.
Dr. Hart's a
complete report of the Preceding Long ,before 8 o'clock every of graduates ever to march downan spoke briefly an follows: Teaching What They Should?" Rev. S W. Creasny, and closed I
made Dr
s i will be published In anuue brief report was by of seat in the..audltorlum was filled aisle- commencement In Marian Brown: "How A Flor The musical portion of the with benediction by the Rev. L.
Robert Crooks
of the Telegraph.Sportsmen, the special school giving health program and the crowd milled around inFartu'Biire Starke fUed with measured tread ida Public School Prepares-A program was capably handled by D. Halves ,I Ip

that has been conducted here during '

the past few vveeks. Two Na Buddy PoppiesOn Bill! Allowing Sale Confiscated t''
yYets '

t ;,._ Ian i--'Y Jvi} ;ryght ,, et;4.t ..,."..,....\. Sale Today .: +, / 'ft ,

TeSs i Y JeWS- In Capita! Today Plans' Big Event, Receive I MedalsRoy pies.The, for annual the sale benefit of Buddy of disabled fop- Whiskey Is' Passed, By Legislature (I;

Bradford County will be well war \Veterans, will get under way t

kn radford County sportsmen represented.Art Tallahassee today Plane were rapidly being completed L. Morgan Jr. and Luther here today with the placing of House Bill No. 805, authorizing the Board of County "

Invited to discuss dates when Gen. Johnathan M. 'Wainwright this week for the Bradford Lennon. two of Bradford County's metal containers throughout the Commissioners: to dispose' of confiscated whiskey now in I "I

ffulatlous 'for the coming cousin of Bradford County] County Farm Bureau's &,et-to. outstanding Navy veterans, who business district to receive the possession of Sheriff A. O. Andreu. wan passed by both

K Ute season Game with officials of Representative N. D. Wainwright, gether and basket supper announced once met in the Pacific under contributions of the public. A house( of the Florida Legislature during the past week. f

Commission and Fresh Water Jr., will address a joint session for next'' Friday, June 6, vastly different circumstances, group of young girls will also sell The bill invests the Commissioners with the right and

JK to be! held at In a the special CourtIn of the Florida Legislature. at 6:30: p. m. at the' State Farmers found themselves together again Poppies on the streets Saturday power I to dispose of "as they deem advisable" any and all I ,
The Hale here I III being sponsored
Starke at 2:00: P. M., Gen. Wainwright will arrive at Market. when they'were Medals awarded at WorM cere- by the local VFW Post and the ,"confiscated" alcoholic beverages, drinks, wine, liquor, etc., t ; f
Dale Mabry Field from Fort Sam The food and refreshment committee War II Victory
June and vehicles' appliances or other prohibitive mat
any any
public Is asked to contribute gen t
and monies held at the Green Cove
Houston shortly after noon headed by Mrs. J. R. "
C. Morgan, commission dI- erously. ters that are now on hand or hereafter confiscated. The
said will be met by a welcoming com Kelly, Is planning to provide for Springs Naval Station Sunday I I
the meeting had beenIn ict further authorizes the .
Governor friends afternoon as the climax to Naval ; ;
mittee which will Include 300 or more members and<
an views effort before to catalogueen's the eom- Caldwell, Mayor Martin of who are expected to attend this Reserve Week. School WorkshopEnds Board' "to dispose:, of same I Rites Thursday :

'. June 23rd meeting at Tallahassee Sen. Charley 1 E event. Mrs. Kelly urges memberswho Morgan and Lennon, bath of through charitable Institutions For Mrs. Griffin
Johns, president pro-tern of the have forgotten to mall In whom wear 11 battle stern as silent I I
bunting dates for 1947-48 or Bale thereof to licensed -
established.He State Senate, Rep. Wainwright, W. their cards to bring a big pot of testimony to their lengthy First WeekThe Hampton Resident .
: local officials M. Wainwright, State Road auditor chicken and rice and come on any- wartime service In the Pacific denier outside the I

Commission meeting and other Tallahassee digni way. The menu will consist of were this county's representative County of Bradford". Fund Mrs. Hester Griffin, 70, wife of
will invite dls-
on dates for hunting deer, taries. chicken pilean, salad, pickles, among a group of 12 Navy men Bradford-Union worksho p derived therefrom would be W. H. Griffin, Hampton turpentine I 1 ''

quail, squirrel Following a parade, led by LeonCounty's slaw, rolls, and Iced tea. Folks receiving the decoration. for teachers got off to an ervthuHlaatlc operator and farmer, died r 'I
duck turned over to the Fine and i'
coot t. Million Dollar Band, who attend are requested to bring Morgan, a one-time Navy gun- start In the USO building ( I
marsh hens and dove. suddenly of a heart attack at her I
Gen. Wainwright and hla party one of the other Items in addi- ner, was among a group of 32 here Monday morning/ under Forfeiture Fund of Bradford I i, j ,
commission home In
J will be rep- will be honored at luncheon by tion to the pilau. gunners who were the last men the direction of a capable stafl t County It Is estimated that the Hampton Wednesday I ,

Yarn at, the conferences by the Tallahassee Exchange Club. An interesting! and entertaining to leave the floundering aircraft which includes Mills Laura Leers Sheriff has on hand around $7- morning. I I' !

and District commissioner from At 2:30: he will address a joint program has been arranged and carrier Hornet when it was sunkIn houts Director, from the University 009) worth of confiscated, whiflkey.The Funeral services were helrl. .

\>:* wildlife ; Lester MI- assembly of the Florida Legislature the principal speaker will be John, the Battle of Santa Cruz IN. of Florida: Mian Mildred Thul'sdBjafternoon/ at three 0'I.I.. '

'""!rlct, officer of the and will then leave for an Ford, executive secretary of the land, Oct. 26, 1942. It was l the wearlngen/ specialist In elementary Board of county Commissioners clock from the First Christian I ,
and Dr. I. N. Ken- afternoon and overnight fishing Florida Farm Bureau Federation< gunners' Job to "cover" the other education from the State Department original spontiors of this I I' 9Mr.
Uminlstrator of public rel- highlights will Include two the of Education, Talla. withdrew their Church of Hampton, of which
for ; Other men as they quit sinking ship measure, support 'I
the agency. trip.At noon Saturday the General technicolor movies, "Wings toIreland" He had been a member of the laasee; and Miss Marjorie Mor at the request of a delegation of .. Griffin was a member The ,

and his Aide will be luncheon a travelogue to the Emerald loraet's crew since the commissioning rison, also from the State depart. Flradford, County "dry" and wired Rev. J. B. Dixon, of Starke. and j

Rally Held guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Isle, and "Grow Your Own", of the Ill-fated carrier on ment. Miss L. R Jones from the Rev, Fred Dodd, of Mldlakn, 4"I
| 1001 discussion of garden the College of Education, University the Bradford Legislators to .
eilbronn Wainwright at their home. a humorous Oct. 20, 1941 and the Hornet's officiated Burial was In Santa '
East 7th Avenue. At 2 p. m. Ing. part In the famed bombing of of Florida, assisted the staff that effect. However, the withdrawal Fe, Luke Ce v 3

'""out estimated at ISO: at- General Wainwright will leave by Ladies are advised to mark each Tokyo early In the war was on opening day. of the Board's sponsor Wilson near Hampton '
the Bradford plane for another speaking! engagement forjd container with a tag or adleaslve among Morgan's most thrilling About 60 teachers from Bradford ship did not void the advertisement Beach. The Funeral Home J

D Hellbronn County Drys'"ie ; in Gainesville, Ga. tape to insure Its returnto experience : and Union Counties are pariclpatlng that had already been pub- of Lake City was In charge of +I' 4 4arrangements. ; ..
Springs .
Mra. Kelly Inhed -the only requirement neceasary I
the party. .
louse proper In the workshop under
Tuesday The In the water for
night. After being: for the r
''J featured the showing of, Drys Will Show asks that everyone bring food In several hours with nothing but a the able supervision of Mrs. Grace bill. Introduction of the Mn. Griffin was born Sept 15 '

',DIf motion picture, ''The'It" time to serve supper promptly at kapok life jacket to keep him >a borne and Mrs. Winifred Geiger, 1870, at Hampton, and was the I i

,, portraying the effects: "The Pay Off" Film 6:30.: afloat. Morgan was rescued by county school nupervlsors for for' Another the special act, providing daughter of the late Levi and ,'
of 20 of
deeding acre
hel' on animate Mustln. Bradford and Union Countl..s.reapectlvely. Martha Jones Johns. Besides her I
U. S. S.
the Destroyer
Arable results In human I I( Here Saturday Koch Drug Store Lennon's ship. Needless to say, Theme for the tint land to the of a State farmers of market Florida ha forpurpolle" husband, she Is survived by a son. f!: i,
1 .
entitled "The reunion for the week ha. been "Understanding the Percy Griffin, of Jacksonville ,,
A motion picture Not To VacateL. It was a happy ala,) been passed by the House and ;
D y" chairman. Wilbur Pay Off" will be shown on the two Bradford Countlans. Jhlld". and the staff was for- Senate.A two brothers Garfield Johns, of I I

r-rtded over the meeting. courthouse lawn Saturday nightat w. Koch proprietor of Morgan was discharged from tunate In securing a day's guld- bill authorizing: / the countyto Hampton and Perry Johns of ,I t ,
tied< that his organization 8 o'clock under sponsorship of Koch's Drug Store states that the Navy last February after six l ance from C. F. Cumbee of the levy not more than one mill Jacksonville; and by two sisters, 1"Mre. "' ( !

a Petition calling for a the Bradford County Drys. some reader apparently 'mJslnerpreted years of service and .Is now at University of Florida, a nationally annually for the purpose of hospltalixatlon Ellen Saxon, of Hampton \ sl, .

election In Bradford "This Is an outstanding film the article In last week's the home of his parents Mr. and recognized leader In the field of Indigent has passed and Mr. Della Dyal of* High 1. i 1

& be presented to the and clearly shows" what 'the payoff Telegraph reporting the fact that Mr. R. I* Morgan. HU plans of child phychology. the Senate and Rep. Wainwright Springs. 7 I ., ; '
""""'" ''oners at the reg. will be if we sponsor a wet Western Union will move Into are Indefinite, but he may leave The "plan of attack" being followed stated last weekend that She was'a sister of the late t. ,- ,' 4
wonthly W. A. Scott chairmanof Koch's Store. attend of the Navy's In the workshop Is to isolate Elias R. Johns of Starke. ',''. ', '
meeting in the county, quarters In Drug soon to one I it will be passed through the r rrn
tae here Mn lay by W. M. the Drys said in announcingthe The telegraph company will occupy diesel schools. Lennon I Is now In problems peculiar to Bradford Home. 'If, r

10, Jr. circulator of the showing. "The show will be a small space In one corner VUdwond as an employe of the and Union County school Concerning the three special Red Sox Defeat a :
ti He there will be good music building, and Koch's Drug Seaboard railroad. situations and try to find real.downtoearth" .I act.
urged all signers of free, of the sponsored by the City of Palatka 11.8 { : ,
.ICon to write the Commlsroq'jP3tlnj and free orangeade will be served Store will continue to serve the Selection of the Bradford men solution for Starke,' Rep. Wainwright stated "

the removal of to those who attend," Chairman public as In the past, tue pi 0- men to be honored wa made by them. Many activities are being that the bill providing for abolishment The local Red Sox defeated ,,1 '

anus '?he cheapest easlukesG I Scott stated. prletor atated.Annual a local committee headed by Guy planned for the school children of the office of Chief of Palatka 11-8 In a close game Sunday C ,
and communities that have
the .
made ,: d
surest! way to keep I "Arrangements have been Andrews, Naval Reserve recruiting Police will be passed through the afternoon the Palatka ,
r1 County void : to show the film la the. court Red Cross officer for this locality.! not been accomplished during previous Legislature but will carry a r..f> mond. J. Keen handled the pitch-dla'I' 1 t 1 t r _
UOn by aryshortageis of : room In case .of rain he con years. rendum clause to the effect that Ing assignment for Starke. -.t 's

he told hu listeners. tinued. "The public will certainlybe Meeting June 3 Stolen The participants In the Work. the voters of Starke can express I, Thursday's game with Wsldo t./ ,
Bicycles r
.I\ev\ w J. enlightened by this picture, I hop solicit the Interest and cooperation their wishes In the matter ', \ r
Churchwell.' pa annual meeting of the scheduled for the home diamond, ,; 4; )
]th It. The of all those Inte1'8at.edIn ; :
seeing 'I The bill ,
Starke and we Insist upon you warned to altering the western .
Methodist American Bicycle owners are was called off because of wet a''
,III Bradford County Chapter. and better schools for '' "
.I limits
city of Starke
had not been i
'ed I1ddr"8IIlnl' the meet- Red Cross will be held In the 1 tn> on guard against what seem I these communities.For weather. ,'f> .
: hit hearers to work Recent Birth Health Department building on I to be an epidemic of bicycle ..tealI Introduced up until last weekend | If rains let up sufficiently to

keep Bradford County Church Street, Tuesday night I Ing. Five bicycles have been re- Rep. Wainwright stated, and the get the field In condition the Red 't I
Mr. and Mrs, .T. W. Kirby Jr.. 8 o'clock. I ported missing" in the paat few third measure, providing for the Sox will meet Branford here Sun-
tin, was held last night Starke. boy (Thomas William June 3 election, at of officers will be ,days and police are making a stamp pad, stamp pod pensioning! of Chief of Police A. day afternoon at 3 o'clock. Next '

YI In Hampton school Ill, May 19. The of the Important Items of I oncerted effort to crack down on Ink. rubber stamp, dater. mua- L. Alvarez on half pay, baa passed Thursday they are scheduled to : .1 :
Of the> and Mrs. Reddish Andrews one berers see The TELEGRAPH. both Hou.... meet here at 3
meeting were Mr. business to be transacted: at this I ImeeUn" the culprits. I Jasper p. m. : .;
HaroU!) .'
at (John :
press time. Lake BuUer, boy .
May 20. ""C'1 ti 'I ,


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y' t I ; 1 1 The "prohibition days". youngsters in a class (only 30 allowed Reserve during the past week, according : Representatlv f '
Therefore with no Ill-feeling- for accreditation.) to Chief Machinist' Mate I the Second Onti-ic nrns-

Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED Letter Box wards Mrs. Roach or any other Some adjustments had to be H. S. Talbert, Navy recruiter on Bennett hau inn
Individual, I have expressed mown y made quickly in order to achievethe duty In the local pootofflce every dldacy In 191", ou wtRE' a"" '

1877 E L.. MATTHEWS OWNCM-EDITOR opinion herein.BUCK goal desired, also required. Friday from 10 a. m. until 2pm. race to enlist t'h.,?, *
I JONES. made strides forwardeven ., a'at
Editor: Many rapid They are James Leslie Alvarez, During flv. v' ,II,
Published. Every Friday and Entered as Second! : I Bradford< County Telegraph: though handicapped by be- and Perry Kite Jr., and both( enlisted he rose from pnvai., he" II'
Class Matter at the I> An Open Letter To School seamen.
as apprentice
In the Friday, May 16, 1047 Patrons waited for the "heavenly manna. and the 1 hJIJP me, ???,
: 'h
MEMBER 7 1947 issue of your paper under the A few months before the close, the Sliver Sta, 'Or 8dh
heading of "Sittln' in The Shade On hearing last summer! there the problem was solved, everyoneto Jax AttorneyTo action and th combat b
Sub crtptlon $2: Annually $1.10 For Six 1 ", Month. With Colonel Bradford", I note was a vacancy for a teacher In the last man was convinced of Be CandidateCharles badge.
Mrs Gertrude Roach's letter the Bradford High School, I recalled his obligations, and that the I He received n hw
This Is, as Implied by this good pleasant memories of my; teacher was qualified, certificated, E. Bennett, former from the University Of P'1I'
lady, a reply to my previous insertion four successive years of previous Interested in him and In humanityand Duval County legislator, announced 1934 and now practice hi
THE NATIONAL GUARD In your paper setting experience in Starke. was right. Some outside last week his candidacy for sonville.s' .
One of George Washington's most famous statements forth a few opinions of those who Those were the days of "fewer social forces helped, whom the
was' this: "To be prepared for war is one of the most effec- are In favor of the wet issue. bricks, but more brains" parents of these youngsters should
tual ways of preserving peace." Mrs Roach may be right In The first year's work was to thank from the depths of their
her opinion that "why should we teach 43 pupils In the 7th and hearts.
That should be remembered in the present troubled I
take the opinion of one who runs 8th grades In the big auditorium What says the teacher? J
world. And it has an especial significance now that an I "
? however upstairs. Thirty-three of then
has a ;
aggressive effort is being made to build the National or run liquor On the evening of the graduation
the question Is not whether were seventh grade pupils, many;
another said It for
Guard to its authorized strength of 682,000 men. of of. whom had been spitball person
we are to take the opinion one
1i3+ The Guard is a volunteer, civilian-soldier organization, throwers the before. At her, to quote: "You must have >
who runs, or has run a liquor year E(141Friday
Had the Grace of God in
1 ? w and it has a long and distinguished record of service. It store or that of any other particular that time, as now, the teacherwas heart or we would never have your 51

Yc provides a priceless nucleus of trained men upon which an I Individual. The question firm, and demanded and received seen so many receive diplomas to.
r' effective fighting force can be built in time of war. Units In whether the good people of the good work. Some enthu- night." & Saturday May 30 & 31 !
of the Guard were among the first to see action in the last county of Bradford want this county elastic pupils came early and Her equipment Is: Sr. H. S.

1 II conflict, and they fought gallant delaying actions while we to go wet or remain dry. Thatin stayed late outside school hoursto graduate normal School graduate, S A P P' S STARLING
is the issue, study arithmetic and grammar.
short personalitieshave
YKQrked against time to create a gigantic Army. And war bachelor of science degre, F.S.C
\.\a rnrtf.". the ,.. .- *.. the Guard .ia .. to-- nothing to do with the mat The teacher was promoted with 1922, Master of science degree,
this class Into high school. It Is &
meet. In every great disaster, from the San Francisco fire ter.Now I U. F. in 1933 and summer school
not recallable that the "rod of cor-
11 z of 1906 to the ghastly explosion at Texas City a short time It is a known fact that rection" wa+ s used In disciplining, every third summer. STORE E GROCERY!
do not have
r' the Guard has done of life even though we any What more should the public
f :. ago, a superb job as a protector stores saloons In this but everybody understood that It
I l liquor or demand off a teacher?
and property. county we do have drunks. Anyone would be used If he insisted on its Finally, I thank all those who 600 E. 10th St. Last Store E. Callj
To men the Guard offers an opportunity to learn necessity.
; young who denies this Is Just pullIng have extended voluntary good
N7. h new skill! to improve old ones, and to acquire experience'inorganization the proverbial wool over his A few things not permittedwere wishes recently.
1* it and leadership. Each member 'draws a full eyes. Now to get drunk, one spit ball ;:throwing, caveman's -Mamoa Hill, No. 2 CansTomatoes Old-Fashioned
'' day's Regular Army pay for two hours spare-time traininga must be able to purchase Intoxicant habIts of carving names on
week, and for each 15 days of field training a year. To *. The fact that Intoxicantsare desks and walls, smoking at Join Naval ReserveTwo Round
the community, the guard is a proud local asset. It represents being sold within the countyof school, etc., because among other
;lr public service of the highest order and Starke is Bradford, in direct violation of educate things an to attempt was made to youthful Starke citizens CHEESE!

proud to be among the communities fortunate enough to the County laws Is a fact that I During those respect times property.,State Sup- enlisted in the V-6 Inactive Naval
be the home of National Guard unit. many will I Ignore, but that none
? a can deny. That citizens should erintendent Sheats would always 2 for 29c
spend! a day visiting the high
permit that direct and flagrant 39c Lb.
i 'UNLESS WE WORK"Bernard schools, and State
violation of laws within their own Supervisor BE SMART// II II
( r M. Baruch, one of the great Elder Statesmen of County knowingly, ia a disgrace, Thaxton would! visit a teacher's
America, recently gave his countrymen some wise advice. furthermore( it Is not a matter ofgood class an entire period, give a I AM Those Famous
The world, he said "can get going only if men work," sense. friendly oral check up on the Fresh Green
and "if we accept the challenge to preserve civilization, it As an Independent citizen, I pupil comprehension and a wordof JIM DANDY
'; means greater effort than that exerted during the war." I feel that a man has the right to praise. ron '" FI E1.1)

,i He pointed to the pressing need for maximum production, legally purchase liquor if he so Then too, the teacher was always
with no strikes and( no layoffs in the future. And then heiiii desirex. Any Infringment on this, sure of the backing of Co. GRITS PEAS
or other liberty 1 19 a direct Supt. J. C. Poppell, chairman of
any [AlL
said: "Unless we work, we shall see a vast inflation. Unless
of free School Board, Rev. L. D. Kick l
Infrlngment on the rights
t we work, we shall not be able to maintain our claim to power.
citizens. The matter of "free liter, and chairman of local trustees 5 Lb.
? That would be the greatest blow we could receive, for it choice" 1 I.< one of the. Issues also, Dr. Gunter.Is 3 Ibs. 29c
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' iiii. ," 1 would strip us of our strength to preserve our way of life" This matter has been sensibly! decided it any wonder that some Bag Of

f'' We have sought for an easy way to do things-and' wehave by our Congress by a repealof healthy robust people, In addition. PHONE 150 6 .
ft--* found that no such way exists. We have wanted every the 18th amendment. It did to the cripples, have remained in
e (' luxury, but we have not wanted to labor to earn it. Our not work; then; the dry Issue has the teaching profession? I Rib Beef Big No. 2 1-2 CanSAUER i\
J. whole philosophy of late has been the suicidal one of asking not worked, In Bradford County. A graduation that has not been I STARKE TAXI SERVICE

; t more and giving less. Capital labor, agriculture, the consumer i It did. not work because when forgotten Is-One: lasting thought I STEW !lb.-23c
"0 V -this indictment fits large segments of them all. I one denies a man certain accepted i from Emma Darby's e Sll! ay, to ,
: No country has ever undergone a great inflation and privileges, he will seek them out, quote; KRAUNo.
I kept its institutions free. No country has ever turned to I even If he lias no need for them. "You may break, you may shatter CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
rovernment to solve every real or imagined domestic dif- Let us say that It Is a human the vase if you will, but the
trait. If he cannot obtain such No. 2 1-2 Can
ficulty and escaped from degrading itself into some kind of attar of the roses will remain Each
Items legally he purchases illegal x
a totalitarian state. Freedom is not imperishable. It must around it still".
=4'' Items. In this issue, it Is moon-
be earned, and it must be constantly defended., \ shine. Moonshine made by law In comparing the present with E PRUNES23c
Mr. Baruch pointed to a choice that cannot'long be' violator- and sold indiscriminately the past are,we aura we are'! pro
Father's Day
pdatponed. We will work arid we will ass'ume the clear duties to those who know where to gressing Or Is the year 1946.47 For \
or; a free people or we will lose our freedom in a terrible "knock" and to "pay". I an aftermath of the war in whichwe GIVE
' '' *y economic and political upheaval. The fact that there Is a campaign found too few teachers, over- Each
flowing classes, and an attemptto Lb. CanPrince
4li at this time in this CountyIn I
..... _. offer courses that had been
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li,' G b I neglected or if offered at tall '
l sale of liquor and the legal op-
' Let Us Repaint and Repair Albert]
1 c E eration of that saloons there, In Is itself a need demonstrates for- were teachers.taught During by poorly the last prepared few No. 2 Size

Your Old BicycleWe'll such action. Now, no one with a years the pupils, who are bright M. P. Brand
a enough in Starke, lost for
r "1 good deal of commonsense and respect 85c Each
{ Make It Like New authority in the class 'room.
/ sincerity can come forth and say
that those who are In favor of The teacher tried to cope with Lima Beans '
ALSO the "wet" Issue are not fit citi- this situation by establishing gov- PHARMACIST 6'ood's Streaked While|

'' >M ft NEW & USED BICYCLES zens of this county. The signersof ernment at the first. Some people
the petition now being circulated with an Ignorant Interpretation of 3 Cans 29c Bacon
.$ ; FOR SALE Phone 64 STARKE -
In this County In favor of the our School Code seem to think ,
k. "wet" issue are solid citizens, who Hint a classroom teacher shouldbe On-the-Minit Service,
y k BIGGS I & BAKER believe that what they are doing helpless before a group of 46 .. I
1. : '1 1t Is the right thing, and that It Is
In the best Interest of all concerned. -
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Therefore, as a citizen, and 1 Jot

l { We Deliver as any a former other liquor kind<<1 of store keeper keeperor I Thanks a million. have Coke

II I feel that one has a right to express a
his opinions and that that
right should be granted to each
10 Lbs.
and everyone concerned In this
feirt matter especially to the citizens I4I
of Bradford County who are
Sugar89c the people most concerned and
la k are who are vitally affected by the ,
tpt Issue.Mrs.. Roach speaks of an era i ,
that la In "by-gone" days. This .
r j Is 1947. The 18th amendment has I--1tt4 A .
been repealed, and with It, all
speakeasies bootleggers, moon-

a BIDe Rose RICE 3 Ibs. - 33c Joyed days.shiners the Yes and confusion, other the 18th leaches of amendment prohibition who en- / ; _

has been repealed nationally but
In Bradford County we are still
PURE LARD, by the can 11.75 on this Issue, while progressive In I1

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Because of its vastly ex- sale of Buddy Poppies. These funds:'! are devoted exclusively -
panded r e abilitation to veteran welfare needs. Most of the money I '
and service activities, raised! stays right in the community in which it is collected I-
the Veterans of Foreign to assist the V.F.W. Post and its Auxiliary in carry- \,
ffi Wars this year, more ing on rehabilitation and service work throughout the .I
than ever, must have year. The remainder is used to help[ maintain the State 't
the generous support of and National Rehabilitation Service and to aid in support- I
the public in the 26th ing the V.F.W. National Home for the orphans of veterans ;
annual sale o f Cuddy at Eaton Rapids, Mich. In the 25 years that the V.F.W. p I
Poppies. The rehabilitahas offered the symbolic red flower for sale to the public '
1 tion work of the V.F.W. the public has been generous in supporting the worthy I ,.:
V is at a new all-time high campaign by which the V.F.W. "honors the dead by help "N"r. \
.' \. ",'* .', -throughout the nation ing' the living". This year, more than ever before, this >. ". of I., ', I I'-It, ''f ,
because of the need forgiving support is vital to the greatly expanded program. The 't '1 I..,
to our thousands of disabled and needy veterans local Chapter of the V.F.W. feels certain thnt the people i
and to their dependents the services which the governof Starke and Bradford County will welcome an opportunity I :
ment cannot provide, or which they themselves are unable to share in this laudable project, and takes pleasure '
to obtain. This vital phase of V.F.W. work is supported in sponsoring the sale of the 1017! Buddy Poppies in thin ;, J !
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. :J. ; :'J' ''SOCIETY: and CLUBS To Be InstructorIn Mrs. Dickens HonoreeAt Martha Landrum Mrs. Johnson Hostess 111I" "COONTYIT'',ny.' a'LURIU111r COI.R.

> ,tJit : Home Economics : Theatre PartyMrs. Hostess At Party To WCTU MembersThe Ralph ySTATE. o. .,., rINoy8884 ,
i I .*;& .} H. Den nor I&J.
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4 c -rwrs_ May Dickens, who left Martha Landrum entertained ata regular monthly meeting ( n...
Students At FSCW Wedding DateIs initiating her Laura Scott WCTU AND NOTirg I'I'I1LII'AT'
Sunday to make her home( in San- delightful party of the was fW FIJNRIDA .

Guests of Bradford Announced ford, was the honored guest Tuesday new "rumpus room" Friday even- held Friday afternoon at the B. Denman w '..1'"
when from seven until nine o'clock. address, I In: '3: n.,1;,
afternoon of last week Ing <
home of the President Mrs. W. Columbia 9, oh 'ho.t.r l l .',|
'' Union LegislatorsSenator Mlsn\ Gloria BUford, daughtei r :. Mrs. Caro Chandler entertainedat The newly decorated play room '
If. Johnson. Much business was lun. 30, rle9t':, 't
of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Calvin 1 ;' a theatre party.After In connection to the garage was Court and ca'ui, ::'
Charley E. Johns Representative Buford, whoso engagement t<0 ,f N. H viewing the picture "RageIn fitted with a radio-phonograph transacted and papers read by 'seeks, divorce l'tOdlhl1.'herldr a'':

41 }Y N. D. Walnwrlght Jr.. Walter Murphy King, son of Mr Heaven", Mrs Chandler an I! combination and, various games. Mrs. Thornquest rotating to the In Telegraph next four ehlll'w' 1"'U'h'' tbl,

I I! and Representative G. Fred Andrews and Mrs William Dallas King ol:rI her guests enjoyed an Me f course The young people played games' temperance cause, which were in seal WitneHH I at mi' 'kly h1l'l 1Nndr lilt,
f of Lake Butler were hoots St. Petersburg was announced I rr at Canova's Drug Store. during the evening and at the! formative. One nevi member wee 23, 1947. ( Ih
i recently, has announced that the< j The hostess, a talented artist conclusion of the party Martha I Iand' (OFFICIAL Sn\1., A,
t' Thursday evening May 22 at a welcomed Into the organization.Mrs. .. a
be Jul i l Mrs. Dickens with one 5" 9ler.k.O' l'l Court
date for the wedding will ) presented
served lightrefreshments By Lucille
her were
guests White C
dinner party held at the "White J. W. gave very interesting 4:'I'n.r' D,
of her Lilies", a Charles, It. r
26. paintings, "Day her mother, Mrs II ,
Tallahassee honoring by reminiscences of temperance -. "hi ,
Kitchen" In If. Jack""ntlllh FIiU
The marriage wll gift of remembrance of the oc Frank Landrum and sister, Atty for
rr. the Bradford( and Union County ceremony ;: T. activities of 43: years: i'If '.In
FSCW. take place in the Baptist Church casion. > Miss Ideal Landrum. 1
girls attending the of the church the< Mrs J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. ago.Mrs.
1 Invitations were extended to with Rev. L. D.pastor Haines, officiating. r _ W. F. Godwin were present to Those present to enjoy the O. O. Webb invited the I Times Have cij
with Martha were: Jimmy
party Union to meet with her in June.
1. I' the following? : enjoy the party with Mro!. Dick. a
Davis! Tommy Slade, Richard This will be the last
on Friday
1 Ida Lou and Mrs. Chandler. :
t Shirley Colley, ens tlP
Shirley Swimming Party Milligan; : Mary Sue Epperson, of the month as usual. :
Davis Marjorie Davis
yr Ruth Braden -
Dlshlnger Antce Green Effie Har- For MonteithJoe Richard Kldd. Theda Mrs. Johnson served her guests
Joe Center Remains OpenThe
Hazen Carol Ann Johns, Lucille McRae with delicious refreshments consisting
grave, Marjorie and Harrington( i
Marlon Billy
Macy. Maureen Macy. Catherine Monteith popular B H 9! Recreation Dance Commit of chicken salad potato ......
y 11?, Nollman Wanda Pearce Dorothy student who will leave soon tc Friends of Miss Basley Shuford tee of the Episcopal Church has Johnny and GUI Kopelousos and chips, cookies and fruit punch.

( Crosby Roberta Whitfield. Mar make hla home In Euatls with hlc!9 laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jake 1 announced that the center will be Richard Kuhn. She was assisted by her daughter -

guerite Walnwrlght Virginia Sew- parents, Mr. and Mr D. A Mon. Shuford, formerly of Lawtey and open to the young people each Mrs. R. O. Nunnery. I, II

'i, V ell, Velma Norman of Raiford; teith, was the honored guest Sat. a graduate of BITS will be Interested Monday Wednesday and Friday Jr. Woman's ClubThe
i&1 b y 2 Cason Jewell Coleman afternoon when Miss Janel t Family ReunionThe
Joyce urday to know that she will night for the next two weeks and -.-
I r d Ruth Geiger Doris Knight. Frances Anderson entertained at a swim,. receive her BS degree In Home following that each Monday, Starke Junior Woman'8Club ==1.
Riherd Margaret Wlnn of ming party and weiner roast al't Economics from Madison College Wednesday and Saturday night. will hold the regular monthly L. S. Hutto family enjoyed

af, h r' Union; Mr. and Mrs. W. M. the Wadsworth-Andernon pummel Harrlsonburg, Va., on June 2. business and social meeting In the ;a reunion Sunday at Jacksonville ,

Walnwrlght of TallahaaHee, Mr. home on Brooklyn Lake. Miss Shuford also,studied piano club building Thursday night :Beach. Enjoying the picnic dinner But the Custom
'tl and Mra W. E3. Kite W. E.. Jr., During the afternoon the young and la a member of a number of I Herlong-Wiggins June, 9, beginning at eight o'clock. and the water sports were Mr. Hasn|

At'' and Bobby Kite of Miami Don people enjoyed swimming and clubs being president of the Garden Dr. M. B. Herlong of Starke and Hostesses for the evening are and Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Mrs. Shel- For Photographs of i

!, f Hoover and Mist Louise Snyder other water sports.In Club secretary of the H. E. Mrs. Bertha M. Wiggins of Jacksonville Mrs Merrill Struth Miss! Audrey lie Hall and daughter, Sharon O. dings and Other Eie

t Ij, of Starke. the late afternoon tej f Club, and a member of the Alpha were quietly married yesterday Carlisle, and Mrs. Arthur Holi P. Hutto, Miss Garnita Hutto

roasted welners around a big Sigma Tau Sorority. in Jacksonville. They will day. and Mrs. Carolyn Kenny and eon, WRITE T. II. OSBOIl

1 Insurance Staff bonfire and following th'a' the y She will be one of the home leave soon for Hot Springs. III., all of Starke, and, Mr. and Mrs. Box 423 or Call at|

enjoyed dancing. economics teachers at Appomattox and plan to return to Starke In BeckmanAlvarez T. F. ,Hutto and children Mr.,and Hoover Bros. Studi
Guests At Banquet Assisting Janet In entcrtaln'tgher Va., her home town. September to make their home. Mra... M. C. Wells, of Jacksonville.

i' ',' i ir guests were her parents Mr, Mr. end Mrs. Robert L. Beck- "'''''''''''''''in''''iiiimiiimiiNiiiiiuii'''''''''''''''''''' '''''''''11'1'11I"1"1111I"'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUllllllllllll'''''' '''' ''' ( /llllftlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIT-- ?,.,,
Mr. and Mra. B. S. Outlaw were
I r and Mrs. J. L. Anderson, her ham of Hawthorne, announce the
r hosts to the district staff of the
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mra., engagement and approaching mar- 1W
National Life Inourunce
Liberty Paul Ethridge and Bill Bablnit- riage of their daughter Bobble SO.ar
Co., at a banquet held in the : /
IG'N-iJ of the Dixie ton all of Jacksonville, and G I Grant to Ralph Leonard Alvarez .
private dining room S 3.
) $ Cafe last Friday night, Garden, P. Wadsworth. son of Mr. and, Mrs. Ralph B. F a

flowers ant greenery ware used Those present to enjoy the Alvarez of Starke.

in decoratln. the table where they party with Janet and Joe were: My my .What a 1"\'lcl! Glimpsed the foloulng para. The wedding will be solemnized

% t 4" guests were eeated.e Misses Ann Wilt, Joan Carpenterand More than 70 capped and graph from the "Tea Table Chat- Sunday June 1:1: at 4:30: p. m. In

Mr. Outlaw l la a dlntrlct supervisor house guest Miss J1J1 Lan. gowned seniors coming down the ter" column of the Orlando Sentinels the First Baptist Church of Starke .D
don of Durham N. C. Betty Ann
and the I aisle at the USO last Thursday Jeannette with the Rev. L. D. Haines pastor
i. of the company "Saturday Mc-
4 Flynn, Doris Moncrief and Janet'a!! '
banquet wag given as en expression I, house guest, Hilda Searing of: night! And how thrilling it is Lendon and her mother, Florence officiating. ,
: of his appreciation: for the Jacksonville.Pat to know that around 20 of them McLendon, had all of Jeannette's Miss Beckham, a former resident 6 1 '
''X ,4excellent worK of the iitiff during McOilf)1), Billy :'Miles Roy I will seek a setting of ivy-clad teachers:, past and present lOt of Starke, was graduatedfrom M k k
his recent absence while walls. to continue their "higher Mark Street School over for Bradford High School and .l(
Jay, Bill Andrews, Paul Canova 1
Il l pending a week In Birmingham James Phillips of I.awtey, Henry learning" next fall Yea we'll' luncheon Jeannette herself Is now employed by the Southern + 'y aJ k.c

The main after dinner speech Manassa, and Buddy Faxon. goon have more freshmen In college planned the menu and she and< Bell Telephone Co., In Jackson

1 ;t fN was made by R. M. Howard; of 1 than we used to have In an Florence wore motheranddaughter ville.Mr. .

k i; Galneiivllle. manager of toe com Scene entire senior class at BHS not so dresses which her mother Alvarez was also: graduated tr Ir
t Church Center
9 pany's North Florida district. I many years ago! 'Tig awful made Their charming home from Bradford High School and

3 Special recognition was given to Of Gala Barn DanceThe hard to( catch these busy boys was decorated with loads of Spring attended the East CaroliAa Teach- I

off ; Mrs. Mary Fagan of Gainesville and girls on the run these days garden flowers Jeannette will ers' College at Greenville, N. /C.

I for her outstanding recordas Church Center on Church but have managed to check witha enter junior high school next year He Is engaged in a trucking and *t A ADo

i + company cashier. Ftreet was the setting Wednesday few and will gladly let you In .. storage business here in partner-

Present with Mr. and Mrs. Out night of last week for a barn on their plans for the future ship with his father. '

f .Q law on this occasion were Mr: (dance sponsored by the recreation Lxnil.se, Snyder, home for the All friends of the couple .ire Invited -

r d and Mrs. R. M. Howard and Mrs. dance committee. This event A.* usual', Tallahassee will attract weekend from( attacheylng at the to attend the ceremony. Right b Dad !
Fagan, of Gainesville; Mr. and marked the close of the dancing the largest delegation Legislative session vows It'. almost by

"p Mr Joe RUdon of Lake City, classes which have been peal In girls (wonder if the new coeducation like home In ,Tallahassee fur COHMTY.CIRCUIT FLU.UU.11 COT:: BRADFORD: C'MAN- _f e't'..

i.it 1 Mf and Mrs. W E.r Thornton, the center each Monday evening. ruling could have anything 'cause you're always bumping into ('.JIIY* That wonderful Seoforth air of GIVE

'p j; Mr. and Mrs. L. R Colaon and The auditorium was decoratedto to do( with that?) At any past or present Callstreeters John J.U Evans Evans, Plaintiff Defendant.v. Cuss Mildred Highland! heather and fern will

Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Blackwell all represent a large bun with rate, come fall Mary Weldon Among those she frequently spiesIn No 6078. malt him feel like again! HIM /
a boy
f t of Starke. hay wagon wheels and kerosene Betty Home, Merry Winkler, the capitol] corridors are George ORDER NOTICE OP PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR d;
r lumps being used to carry out Marilyn Crosby Elizabeth Law- (Gator) Inman, who apparentlyjust 8TATB: OF FIXHUDA to: MildredJ. Handsome gift lets, 2.00 to 7.00

::1 Baptist Circles the barn motiff. Another out- son, and Marian Brown will turn can't stay away from the East. Evan.Calhoun., whose Street residence, Suinter: I I.South. 21 Single Items, 1.00 s

y ya standing feature wall tl e large their faces toward the red clay Legislature whether he' servingor Carolina S..f.rHi Trio Illlostratedl./ ..
bYl 11 I harvest moon hanging,; outside hills of dear old Leon not Red Kerce You are required to appear on
leir! ; The circles of the Baptist County now city June 30 1047, la the above namedCourt Brushless Shave Cream Shaving
r will meet Tuesday afternoon at the "barn".the As for the boys the University editor and demon photographer of and: came, wherein p'ialntlffseeks lotion, Men' Talc . 2,60 FOR MENKOCH I
l 3:30: o'clock. Circle One will During evening the young of Florida will attract the bulk the Tallahassee Daily Democrat Telegraph divorce.shall publltth Bradford this County OrderIn .

meet with Mrs. W. B. Mundy at people enjoyed dancing and at of course, including Doyle Hazen Incidentally Red recently won next four weekly Innuos.Wltna .
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,, her summer home on Kingsley Doyle Conner Harold Johnson state honors for his camera workIn seal at Starke }Florida this May DRUG STORE
"' were served refreshment of sandwiches Barney McRae Samuel the 29, 1947.
: Lakc. Circle two will have a Renfroe spot news field Con. .
lit l l\covered dlnh luncheon at the and punch. The punch Maxlo Carter Jr., and Jim Brown gratulations Louise also frequently (OFFICIAL As Clerk of A. said Court,
"Klngsley Lake home of Mrs. E. table was covered with a red Godwin sees Elise'Jones who in By Lucille C Conner, D. C. STARKE FLA.
and white checked table cloth J.V C. Durrance Jacknonvllle, Fla.
td f W. Hayes. Circle Three will on the staff of Senate President Atty. for Plf. 8-30( 4t 6-20 ""Biiri i I'III"IIIIII""IIIIII"lftIlllIIllllllII'"IT1III1'"II"III"1T' ''' '''' illIlIlIlIlIlI"II"'ITIII''ITII''ITI"' '' ''', _
further act the rural
meet with Mrs. H. L. Starling carrying Lowell Doiigla. and Steve Weldon Dillworth Clark Never a dull

1 rNa at her home on Clark St. motif. will turn their attention to moment around Tallahassee, I
5 Chaperoning the alfrlr were'Mr.
Stetson( and Charles Knight will gather .
: .. I Edward Burns. Mri. H. C.
head for( Emory Three outstanding .
t UDC To Meet
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Plckard
members of the Tornado Strickland's) landing at Kingsley
and the Rev. S. W. Creasey.
{, The W. T. Weeks Chapter UDC, squad, Charles Mooney, Billy E About 33: people were
lf will meet Wednesday at 3:30 p. m. young wards, and Al Harley have succumbed day when BHS students celebrated -
vi'I f: at the country residence of Mrs. present to enjoy the evening. to overtures from Clem- the end of school for the summer of B a Y YCtat

; J. M. Brownlee for the monthly son and hope to be converted Into with an all-day outing dVgC1T hipmgnt. ,rat
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d business' and social seinion. Mrs. WSCS To MeetThe full-fledged "Tigers" at an early Immediately after receiving report Of' 1f4e..'

i S. D. Brownlee and Mrs. Jos. E. date J. C. Parker plans to i cards they all trekked to': ,

Wilson will assist In entertainingthe Woman's Society of Chris- attend business school In Orlando< Kingsley (an Ideal place to( "lose"an .
tian Service of "the .
guests. and Everett Crews has been signed uncomplimentary report card -.., pvA
'tN Church will conduct IU monthly sealed and delivered to the I'd say Just kind of casually .

( program and social meetings Navy Four "sweet girl grad drop It off the pier, you know)

q Monday. uates" Jeanette Gremer. Virginia Hear that Andy Adkins was Ladies
Circle One will meet with the
.BILC Ingram, Melba Strlngfellow ami elected "conductor" of the pi K. A. "'
rya ? leader, Mrs. J. B. Cottrell In her Beatrice "i.*"' 21 Jewel
FL-: Edwards, are going In fraternity for the summer session
homo Gate B at .
a+, td STARKE near Camp training and will start their nursing of the U. of F. Members of
Blending Mrs W. G. Halleand Bulova \VatchesSJI'tver
careers at the State HospitalIn the Telegraph staff are trying to
,I Ban. Man. Tuex. June Mrs. A. D. Martin are cohostesses.A Chattahoochee this summer find out who perpetrate! the

1. :2 S brief business Reunion will be dastardly trick of dumping RIot
d Y' R held at 11 a. m., followed by of
dead fish (also heads and in*

HI I Had My Way luncheon. Fo' trard rrreUed. by Frank sides) In the firm's Incinerator In
Circle Two Mrs. Joe Martinez, Durshlmer from Vln St. John back of the building Now
!Leader will meet with Mrs. W.
Gloria Jean shows a group of cows peacefully everytlme they burn trash the
BinK Crosby '
} Charlcn. Wlnnlngrr 'E.! Middleton at her residence on grazing on the banks of a muddy odor Is TUH-RIFFIC! Hope # is
I d t ALSO News & fonwxlyWod. I North Walnut St. at 3:30 p. m. creek at Darien Conn. "This It doesn't permeate the newsprint tua re .u

seems about the extent of avail stock .
Thur June 4 ft Sapp-Ray Engagement able fishing prospects here. 'Am P"a
5 DOUBLE FEATURB"Sweetheart coming home SOON. Furnace Is And speaking of dead firh, WM ROGERS ')' ;

Mr. and Mr. J. S. Sapp of still turned on here and I am I (pleasant subject, eh what) the 9

Starke announce the engagement wearing the only straw hat north best "practical joke" of the week '\and f
of their daughter Selma 1 oriane, of Richmond" he wrote Vln was pulled by small-fry Bob Smithon ,:

to Vernon Richard Ray, sun of flew his plane to Connecticut a hla daddy the .other day .
,OF SIGMA CHI"a4yi Mrs. Irene Drake also of Starke. week or so ago, accompanied by They've moved to their place on Holmes & Edwards'f,: *'

I Klyae Knox, I'hll Regan The wedding will be solemnized daughter Alice s,. They landed Santa Fe and Bob caught a little
3 In July. smack In the pasture at the home 3-Inch perch the other day 3 55 5 Also

"Sing Your Way'' of relatives near New Canaan brought it to the house and play "By International" '. '

and you can Imagine the latter's ed with It until said fish died .' Ladies & Gents

6f HOME" surprise They've been waiting Bob then attempted to revive his
patiently the past few days catch by Immersing in a glass
T Jork Haley, 11.ryIeGuire! for the rains to stop up there sothey of water As coincidence /In

& Donna Lee can start back home would have It, about this time Kreisler C* SWatch

yt ALSO News Junius poured a drink of water, d

Of course, there Is the usual sat it down for a moment whilehe
Fit. Sat. June 6-7
quota electing to set forth upon turned to do something else Bands
I the sea of matrimony at gradua and In the brief Interim Bob

tion time, and this year I hear switched glasses! Junlus

t,_' 'Spiral Staircase'Dorothy 'twas Agnes Lewis who becamethe turned picked the glass up hur-
THAT5 WHYSOMANY JlAJ.lP'A1IlmaDRjDM bride of James Larramore, rldly and drank deeply, saying he

kN McQulre. Oio. Saturday night They'll make didn't notice a thing until he felt
Y Brent, Ethel Barrymore \ : BUSHILL'S their home in Plant City the dead fish against his nose! JEWELR

Twill also be wedding bells for TOil can Imagine that his
"Hills of OldWYOMING" Evelyn Griffin when she weds stomach started doing nlp-ups

Claude Barton In the First Methodist and he had to make a quick exit

COFFEE SHOP Church Sunday afternoon for the nearest port hole! 109 E. CALL ST. PHONE 170 .
1 And thus ends the saga (as STARKE, FLA.wrt .
4 '+ With William Boyd 151 WEST far a* I've been able to deter 'And that It positively the last

Ems' :If ALSO Cartoon *: Serial STARKE.CALL FLA.ST. mln) of the Ctaatw.of' 1947 dead fish story for this week!

Beat luck and good wishes for .' So long_ you In the nestCarolyn. 'I". ..,. .
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each and every one . ." ,'.. ; .' ""' __.... "r'a


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r. LU. JlRADFORD- I'nnNTV ......r..,, _._ __..____
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a..un'II, ai.miin! tI F.. FLORIDAMrs.
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IIRII tlfSof LOCAL Judge and Mrs. I --- -- -
NEWS A. Z. Ailkins j Jerome Johns arrived -- ---- -

l' will move into their Kinsley/ I(from Emory University in't"hur..dRv'l I W. B. Mundy Mrs. Guy L. A. Davis and Billy Smith Friends of Nancy Dupra will be J

Lake summer residence this week Ga. Sale and Mrs. L. D. Haines are left Tuesday to'att..nd the an-
h4"", to spend his summeq vaca Interested to knowi! that the underwent
end. upending a few days this week In nual conference
of the Methodist
' )Irs B O. Updike and Mrs. J. L. Peek returned hero tion here with his parents Sena Atlanta a tonstlectomy at. St. Vin
('AT and Mrs. Ga. Mrs. Mundy and Church In St. Petersburg.Mr. I I
Zimmer tor
vwrin Flossie Ann Monday following: a six weeks' Mrs. Mae and Mrs. Charley R. Johns. Mrs.
Winifred. Sale are cent's Hospital Jaek onYlIJe. on
buying fall
1, ere. Edwards, Miss Elaine This merchandise and :Mrs. Travis Curtis
visit with her Edwards weekend :Jerome of
Mrs. and! his
,14", ,of Lakeville, Int., C. H. for their 13. and Is ,
Mr. respective May
doing nicily.IN
Mrs Atlanta Ga
'" ". lbert3 Hall, In Newton Ga. She will return Pete Giovanni, of mother and little slater, Markley stores while were weekend
is visitIng
May til and spent 10 days to Newton June 3. Starke and James Cannon ot Ann will join Suatnr Johns In relatives. guests of Mr. Curtis' brotherinlaw riHri'rr cni'R'r IIHADPORO I ,\

'.IPI" guests >f their son-in-law Mrs. Tom Palatka, were among thOse attending Tallahassee where they will and sister :Mr. and Mrs. \V. fOI'MTV. PLOHIItAI IN t.'II.II. \
M. Grady Miss Jean Ir- the par- Mrs. A. B. Wallace and O. Halle.R. fKHV.ThomuK. I
Mrs. C. son
Mr and open house at Green ticipate in
"Walnwtlght) K flutter, .
V. ughter win and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. nay" Plaintiff vn.Klnlnn I l
Man- A. B. Jr.
Mrs. Thomas Cove Springs Naval Sanford were guests H. I'nrkln Hutlxr. Livfvndiint.
Base celebration.
and Helmlntoller of
Iblt Mr assa spent the weekend in Sunday They; will he joinedat Washing .
Fern- ('ui'C.NO. 5655.
"'I.I. ted their guests: on a tour andina with Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Rep. N. Walnwrlght, Jr., was Tallahassee by Mrs. T. V Rust Sunday of Mrs. J. M. BrownIes.They ton, 1) C., was the guest a few OHIVRK OP- PttntICATIONA t tDON'T fl,
, Florida. spots in- In and Mrs. were accompanied home'r days lint NOTK'R TO APHKARHTATM
IbIan terttlng White. Daytona Beach Saturday where Tom Morgan who will week of Mr. and Mrs.'

a three-day trip to Miami. Mrs. he visited Fuller Warren who Is enjoy the ffstlvltle vith the,,.. Mrs. May Dickens, who spent the R. 0. Kldd.,! Pnrkln, ;II'r.:: FI.OHIOA whose rstd.nc.toKllkln 5.1*t tIntvrnatloniil 1 I ,
and C. a. Barksare Richard McGuire of Orlando confined to Halifax past three" weeks with Mrs. Mrs. Lull I "'11",., Mlnn I nota. I
Sbtrunk Hospital as a For home portraits *re T. I\ !" Lemarks spent the 1 I
was the Sunday Brownlee. Friends of Mrs. Dick- Ynu am to
of appear on.Tun
C enjoying a fishing trip her guest result of injuries received In an Oftliorne.. See ml on page 4. week-end iiv High Springs with ** 30 It)17 re1"lr..d. hnv. IiLtiI.d 1 I
\Vithlacoochee River near parents, Mr. an'! Mrs. frrol automobile accident. ens-who has spent the pant two friends. .'.....rt and mum*, whoroln ilHlntirr I 1 \\1''I
Alvarez and of her grandmother. Miss Ondlna Barc l:% who has years at the W. L. Wall home, ,wi..k. dlvoroi*. Hrnnfuril CousIn h
n i this week.lYNER'S 'Mrs. Laura Johns. Mrs. O. H. Bennett of Jacksonville : I spent the past 19 months in the will regret to learn that oho has Mrs. C. A. Knight spent several Tvlvwrnph. hall pukllnh thli Onliit i
days last week In Penancola In n. xt four wuwkly Iseupa.Vllne.s i \ I
was visiting
home of
Mr. and Mrs. David a recent guest of her the Her.: and Mrs. W. J. moved to Sanford where she will my hnn.l and orricl.1, I l !

and Mrs. John Kelly! Mr. aunt Mrs. :J. E. Wilson and her ''Churchwell -here.-- -. i Ipft---. I..t.-'- .-. ...I.bv.,.. make her home. _Mrs.__. I_>loknawa friends. seal i l, ni Htark. Florida, thin May
' Kelly and Mrs. n'n Mr. an.l Mra. ITollls V. 27. 1947. 1 I
2 sister. Mrs. Junius M. for her home Knight,
Martin Rosier were in I SmIth. in Cuba. Sho graduated an active church worker and lOPFU'IAtSKAT..) A. J. Thomaa,
last Madison Mrs. E. J. Gardner and two with the Senior Class at club woman and active in other Nancy Lee anti II. V. Knight Jr., A a dork of "M Court. i
week attending the funeral of and MM C. R. Smith. Jr., of )"y Lucille C. Cnnniir, D. C. 1
Judge Kelly. children of Jacksonville! returnedto BHS.Mr. civic affairs and she has endeared II. II. in-own, Hlnrki., .Kin.
their Gainesville attended IJIS graduation Ally fur IMf. 5-30 4t a-IO
home Thursday after and Mrs. Luclau Conner herself to many people here who J
For wedding portraits sea T. H. spending ten days her3 as guests spent the first of the week In, will regret to learn of her leav- : exercises here Thursday night _
Oxborne. See ad on para ... of last week IN .H..T Col HT. asostwoisntIbi''Y .
(ARKET of Mrs. Leon Moorer. Sarasota where I J.V..
Paul Ing.F. Killian of Wayntsvlllff.j I
City, will arrive, this of New York Friends of Mrs. R. A. Weeks of the $tarke Chamber; of, A. Canova and daughter N. C., spent a few days here lint f KHV.lluilKio I wmiatna littLn. plHlntKf,

weekend to will be glad to learn that she returned Commerce attended a session of Carolyn of Gainesville were guests week with Joe I"s. Itulpli' Mi-Coy Lit lie, Miifviiilant.
J25 SOUTH WALNUTSUGAR spend his vacation with his I the Florida Association Truby. lie wa ('"''n N... attli.iiDict .
ents. Col. par Thursday from St. LUd'SHospital of Commercial Sunday of Mr. Canova's mother, accompanied !home by Mr. Truby ) ('55' -1I'flI.l'A"'ON
Mrs. D. E. Knight. in Jacksonville! where Organization Executives.Mr. I Mr*. E. K. Canova. ANn NOT1CHJ TO Af'TKAU
He is with the National Broadcasting who will spend the summer In HTATR: i*' KI.OHHIA to: Kitlih.
[ Co. in she was confined following an op I and Mrs. Joe Peele and son Mrs. P. E. Canova spent the Waynesvllle with Mr. and Mrs M.'i"y l.lttli I hose rttfildoni-it !.
Radio City. eration. Roger, of Orlando were guests week-end, at :Jacksonville Beach Kllllan. llotol. KiilxlKh, ( Annex, ItulrlBh'
|o Lb. Factory Packed Mrs. H. L. Haymaker of Trafalgar Miss Hilda Searing of Jacksonville Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Errol Alvarez. with friends.. Mr. and Mrs .E. S. Matthews 'North Ciirollna.You ara .1ll"'I'n. appear on

Ind., is spending several the O. R. Roper of Jacksonvillewas JIIIIK tha abnvannnind
was guest last week-end left yesterday to spend two .. .
oourt and """ wn ratn
Siit lAMI'S NO. 11 & 12 |days here with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin of Misn_Janet Anderson. Roy B. Surles returned to his the guest Tuesday anil. Wednesday weeks In Orlando with their son- plaintiff n..ka dlvnraa. ITadfnril ,

. Marshall. The Marshalls, home In Fredericksburg Va. this of his l brother-in-law and in-law County Tuloitrnph hll publish tnlaOrdir .
1 1Ie NOW GOOD! Mrs. Q. P. Wadsworth i Is visit- and daughter. Dr. anti Mrs, la neat four weakly leauss.wltne. .
their guest, their children De. ing relatives In Plant City this week. Since last July he residedat sister Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank H. B. McLendon.Mrs. .. my hand, and official I

lores and Edwin Jr., and Mr. and the Van D. Patel residence and Lund rum. S. E. Sparks and Mr. andMrs. .KH| lIt Mtarkv, Klorliln. thin May
17. l '47.OFFICIAL.
Mrs. A. H. Hill and son, of Anthony week.Mrs.. J. L. was employed at the Green Cove Richard Thede of Jacksonville K. C. Bound* spent SundayIn ( : : BRAt.: ) A. J. Thomaa, i
89c enjoyed a trip to Marine. returned Springs Naval Due. He alsoearned spent the week-end here with his Bronson as guests of Mrs, AR Clork of anil Court. I
fly I.nclll" C. n. O.
Wednesday from Riverside Hospital -
land and St. Augustine Beach a private pilot's license family and his> mother-in-law, Sparks' brother and sister-in-law, It I II \>,"n""n. tll4 I.yni'h Ilull
Sunday. Last night they attended spent a in few Jacksonville days( under where medical she I through the Conway Air Park ,! Nirs. F. H. 1.ring. Judge and Mrs. H. S. Wilson. 1'n.)'....for "pif.Jo.I..., 5-10 4t I-U I t

Anthony High School commencement while here. Mrs. Mae Jones of JacksonvilleIn : ,

exercises at Anthony. observation. Misses Dorothy and Gunga I the guest this week of her -

VEL Mr. and Mrs. E. :M. Davis Miss Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Lemacks of Patel were ftu<>Hts. of Kir. and Mrs brother-in-law and slIster l Dr. and Men's Clothing

Jean Davis. Mrs. A. W. Ander Keystone Heights were guests Merton Galloway in .51. Augustine Mrs. W E. Miildlcton. I llil ALVAREZ' STORE Established I 1891 1 "JIPI IIl''If i
Tuesday afternoon of Mrs. Ludle
son.and A. W. Anderson Jr., at. Sunday.Mr. Mr. !and Mrs. T. f. Jrlff.n: if-

tended the "open house" at Green Lemacks. and Mrs. C. H. Fields of! turned l liomt, Friday from Jacksonville

29c Cove Springs Naval Base Sunday Friends of little Robert Kidd, Hampton, Va., are guests of his I I whore Mr. Crlffin vta* Branch of
afternoon. son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Kldd, patents Mr. and Mr*. J. H. confined at the home of his son- )h'very

will be Interested to learn that Fields,.for two weeks. in-law aol daughter. l'r. anti Mrs.
and Hollia Knight, Jr., he underwent In Mr. ('. C. Mriidoza.. breadof illness. I
and a Umsllectomy anti Mrs. J. F. Robb and I
Baby Beef the first of Holtzendorf this week Jr.at, spent the Shadycrest Hospital Wednesday. I children, .Johnny and Linda of Friend. I of Mr. Grlffi.i, will be glad INSURANCEH. _

H. V. Knight Grandin Robert Is getting along very I Columbia. S. C., are guests of her to learn! that he Is gi'vatly improved !
mother Mrs. Tuesday Mr and Mrs. I
Lake. nicely. Fay Gill, at Kingsley

45cPOUND Mis. A. I. Spencer Mrs. Carl Lake. Griffin fifcomrijnled by Mis. Car I
oast Wlnter'n for coming! See :Mrs." T.ONon I Chamblia and children all of Miss June Patel spent the past; rie Rltch: spent th,' .1.11'11. \ Jacksonville i. C. WALL AGENCYPlease

circulating oil heater" Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. week In St. Augustine with her with Dr. ant, Mra. Men-

Mr. and Mrs. Elbert M. Edwards sister Mrs. Margie P. Galloway. do a. 146
K. L. Hollister of Tampa were Phone
and son, Bobble, of Daytona Mr. an.l Mn. N. T P.itch. Jr., \
guests Monday( of Mr. and Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Ja"'kxnn, ofRogervllle
PHONE 59 Beach, were guests three days last ( da'i :U'er. IJliinne.. cf Hllrah
R. Wainwright and' Mr. and Tenn., are viHltlnit anij' ;; t
Free Delivery week of his mother and sister Mrs. C. A. Darby at Santa Fa Mrs. Jackson's pnrenU. Mr. and L spent I iT-t wl'.I, -cl1'J hero with Mr, CONSTANT SERVICE OVER 50 YEARS

Mrs. Mae Edwards and Miss Lake. Mrs. R. McCarthy at the latter's I LI Hitch's ir.otho.Mri.: Carrli- Rltch.

Elaine Edwards. home near Heilbronn Miss Landon of Durham N. C..
Bill Wood Is confined to Shady- Carol White Spvirgs.Miss leturned U tl'e guept it Miss Joan Car- f :
crest Hospital where he under. n""t.. *-.. nii.a, *_\u \ vntinir.._ ulrla. .
Wednesday from a tW3 weeks'vacation --- -- n- n.
w _ .
went a tonsilectomy performed .
',' ro-inimrttcM :Slj'jlrent ColIORO
with relntlvpj In Tex- t
ON WASH DA YS USE this morning. arkana .Austin llocvllle' MontiTii"! N. C. poll YOUR PAH we .hav a new lOltl. I Wr-AII'om..bll. auction ,
Winter's coming! See Mrs. 'r. Freepjrtand Mr. and },h'". Juniim M. Smith rilll.ru I HuIn ru.lloT. linnircllut.liiHlnllnllnn. .v* ryV"iln.,Hiliiy' 1 p ,n., atltln'svllle
Houston Tex. She also visited An. low an $42.50. l LIY..luCk Murkat.liuy I
The Olson for circulating oil heaters.Mr. such points of Interest as and fam.ly mo\pd this week to HIIKrilKHI: fl IIAPIO HKIIVICH.Court or ..cii.i5AltiAlNMiflU.'l. tf
of their !Inmo lilg Santa ut Mntlluoi, Hlreott Mtark.
and Mrs. A. L. Brown Texas City San Antonio, Corpus aum-nor 01 If radloa. and
Richmond, Va., arrived tHis week Chrlstl and Galveston. Fi. to sp.Mul the remainder nf the ruilio-iihunoarraphNl, Pay .. little I
... n. $| a w..k. i.'uinpUtn, mitlHfagtlon -
r", 321 TEMPLE AVENUE aajl are" visiting Mr. Brown's Mrs.* !':ftle Johns wu: the weekend summ r. vii'irantn, ..fl or ynnr mony ,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc- of her Mary Sue H:;>peison Is spendingthis LIST YOUR FA":\1. CITY: AM*, ., ,IIHI'k. Cl"1>':1.111':111): ItAIHO HUlt-; I
guest neice, .Mr*. JoV.. j I
with FllOrEKTY VICI'), Court Ht Madlaun .'1"*.'.. I" \
jAcksonvl'Ie BUSINESS
other relatives.Mr. week In
Rae and
Your Laundry Done "While Webb. In Hawthorne, ami on Sun- i
You Wait"Automatic
Mr. and Mrs
her gri'iilparentt, II'I
and Mrs. William day participated in a flee fry and .aJr

and son, Greg, of Georglana, Ala., family reunion of Mrs. Webb's It. L. Rlch.ir.l.Mis. I WK NOW HAVE V
Ue,ii,<> Colson and children IICI." HM4L
and '
are guests this week of Mr. family there. T4: S.ROU" ..
and Thui'sdiw In 10: FAo'I'1O
Wtfd.ii-O'liy i
Mrs. Harry Houston. Mrs. Bertha Pearce sp<>nt past .pent .J.Or..t..I ..rtl..n ., ......... Repair PartsFor '
Itendix Washers Senator and Mrs. Charlsy E. of last week In Jacksonville with Brooker 'it gu Ma! of Mr. mid Mrs. 5ropPrtV. II.. inad. OCCC t'
Q. B. Co 18\)1\\ I2tMMJ ..1. nf llompa_ .'".r"- I
Johns spent the week-end In Jack her son-in-law und daughter, Mr. .. StandaidCasting
G. and Mm. C. A Am.s.. H.,.p. from all .... *_ Most
Mrs. B.
Soap Furnished I sonvllle Beach as guest of Mrr" and Mrs. Ed Ensey. Flynn World. Fr.. aa.n ...tI....

T. V. Rust and Dr. and Mrs. Tom Mrs. Ralph Alva rea and Mra. Darby are spending today In E. A.STROUT REALTY: AGENCY REELS

Morgan a t Mrs. Rusts beach Sam Alvarez were shopping in Gainesville.Mr. Itoprwmtml ocally lIy
Open From 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. I home. Jacksonville Wednesday.The and Mrs II. L. nrownl'e F. C. IIOIJ.INO.SNVOHTII I
returned Monday from Montreat,, t
Joe Martinez will gtJ"4o West Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Church. 116 So. Walnut Hi.UATTHKHHKM .

We Close At 2 P. M. Saturdays Palm Beach today and, will be accompanied well will leave Monday for Lakeland days N. C.taut, where week they with pent their several daughter Darby Bros.

home by Mrs. Mar- where they will attend the :* of all kind. r.ne- :
Miss Madge. Brownl"" a student vatcd: furniture upholitcrcd mna :
tinez who has spent the pant two graduating exercises of their Montreat Thowere rinliihd Prop u. a o rd.IIAHTINOit ..
at College. ) Starke
weeks visiting their son and grandson Joel Walter" Embry. ; MATTRIfiHa. CO., Ku* Fla. I
accompanied. home by It
ECONOMICAL daughter-In-law Mr. and Mrs. From there they will go to St.I
Madge, who will spnnd her sum
J. A. Martinez.Mr. Petersburg for the annual Conference FOR I.te-I-u..onn. IIn..... RWcor. Fun IlKNT- Two-room furnlahtd. I
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED mer vacation here I H. Ml., Hturk. Kxn,..IUnt aimrtmmit, jtviftnunabla. Cloaa In,
and Mrs. W. H. Smith and of the Methodist Church. Bay
.... .... .
Mrs. R. A. Green ant Mrs. C cnndltton .nccupl by own.r until IOX K M dl < teeet, Htarfcatf
children. Joan and'Tom, spent J. H. Dupre was In Daytona H. Nanworthy spent Monday in I,, r..-..nlly. Atlractlvo, oonvtn- ".)
In Jacksonville. I Beach on business Tuesday. I'nt lot. For Information writ
Tuesday :._ ,
..flsIvnv...w.YOUR. C. J pvlln. tillS Cypr. (.igInae- Hplrltuiillnl
Miss Joycelyn Zelgler and Miss vlll". or Telephone H3tJ. l'rlt. Mxllum, and Jlaallr.. : lit."
Dorothy Alvarez 15,600. It an4 County: 110.'..... I 11Ol1ICII.: 1
the weekend
spent on I.ulhar Clark placa a tat. N.
in Sarasota! with Miss Zelg- uf Hiarka on 11... too. Look far '

SAVE AT DENMARK'S Icr's parentS, Mr." and Mrs. F. H. WATCH ANY TYPn) rill fllrl dump for truck.nl., <1.haullnrAI.Hl llv.rnlliradforil Hl In. 4tp '.f tf

Zeigler. I IOn.ln..rlnK Co. t'hono Mnl'HIO Fun HAf.lQ_Prniiin, atuccn,
8i _D-riioma, I..rnl.h.d. t w.. toll.tif
Miss Ann Deserves the Best7'aec'
Mary Bacon of Durham and ahuwnr riMiiilnir, water In
N. C., arrived this week fora runs, .... h,,at. autornatlo. MO-9
[PROFIT SHARINGC' gallon .... hot Wit I..r heater,
ten daya' visit with Miss Madge 16x16 HUTMENTS: ,lurif** lot, I'luna 1.,. |J7ftl>. Tarina.
Brownlee. The girls were roommates Mm N. Walnut Mt. or wrlla bax
I at Montreal College, Montreal Moved on Your Lot 12*. Ktark. U
N. C. Set on Foundation roil MAM1 A a.7 ft. Wit Ik-In
I I'.o'.r.' AlJfll w 4-duor nolle, .oak. I
LARGE Mrs. L. A. Davis will leave Sat. lvlnator bux. ,
14 IN. TV A $225: C'haap Jones
urday for Washington, D. C.. for ...!Hairy.: Mlarkn. alp e.6 I

MEDICINE the unveiling of tho terminal j &a REPAIR WA.VTKf: : )-Man for Hlanilard Cat-:

Electric FANS 22.95 :I marker of the Jefferson Davis IBs IS HUTMENTS( : f Ilkvrnun*.. 'Itouta,In 'Jit Hiarkn.Thompson Apply C.Bl H, '

Highway. From there she will Trustworthy Service Mlurkx. fin '.:nl

Th Modern Fan of 1947 Drnlgnnl For CABINETS go to Baltimore, Md.. to visit $350;) f.o.b. Camp Itlundinu ...OIC HAI.M-Ona) lvlnalor

"ulci floor friends., ,. j trio r.*frlir.rator. (' alao-
'WaB and Window" Ifll lia nian at
$5.50 Mrs. Emma Carlton of Jacksonville Harley F. StrongCAMP teed: Building, :.Mutrrlal. Nldln". Hinllh'allMrana Avoniia I Mlarka.: lit on vwih. "'Tfnil U W.>l
(USE Is the
OUR this
BUDGET PLAN) guest week of her 1I."u. '
Ixije, Klet-trlo llnturra, I ft.luorriMrnt .- -
brother Judge A. Z. ..Adklns I
Also 10 in. FANS 15.95 G. L. SINCE IM1 ( 1.llth"1aa..nU." : .., ", Olt MA.... -llounn, moiUrn. AIJtO
Patten spent Monday ant) Itn..... to rant furnthe l or unrurnlxhixl. .

Tuesday In Tallahassee on busi i 137 West Call St. Shrrtrork' l.av..rat..rl". Tolli't '._. .n'...... ...... u.Mm.... ....-_H. llal y, 4(0WANF.flfou..kacp.r. h' __

J ''ng Is: Believing Plan Below Profit Sharing Special ness. Flu icr... .0
Try Us I Use Budget on I : 412 Kalh.

ryn l>rlv' ., J.'k.vill, .. lip
Bed 1 KOIt HAL.K Young J etR.J' row
Room SPECIALS II I Gate with heifer" I'rlc .
J Suits NOTICE TO ALL Camp handing 1. I. lf....nhaiiirh qoll. lIaml 111>'nn.* C.Itp

lf You PRESENT THIS AD You Will Get 1 O Percent l-AUT HITTBIl Will care fop (1000 a" ( hR'CJUAMTV.b.... 200)HBAVY for only BRKBPH"!:7.00.

hablaa or small children by the WOflTIIWlllLIG CMICKH. 101 W.
** North Ava, Daltlmora .
Sportsmen I Md.WANTBD
of The hour In their nr at my own.
Total Bedroom Suit Purchase Price j Contact m'.o: 8wo.n.y, H mv lip '-6
ton. 011 11WOI"I.O
In TO :
j ho... of at Iffsat t rooms n.
Free Merchandise A meeting ot local sportsmen will with f.IKK..:'..TO.,.n TnADB modern CorSetlot ta...... Hiarka 144-J. H.ak.nr Hampton.. P1.... phnn nr
be held at the county court house at and front and 1..1t 'r..n.d l lporehfO lip
t lilorku' from bua line'
2:00 P. M. June 13, to discuwi hunt.Ing Ce.. f Mchool: and 4 vlkMri'hcM. Volt trailer HAL.R tb Naw' factory-built
OFFfR GOOD ON ANY BEDROOM SUIT IN TIllS STORE t dates and regulation for the tarn Would n eonalflitr...r xtark trading. C). O.for Kelly KOO.|, T boily.-mpla f'uroll A.... new Harvlca I'II.tlon..n' all atval .

The YOU TO READ OUR ADS coming season. The meeting Is being _lit Thompson Mt, "'ark... lip It ,1i
Object Is WE WANT .. i '
FOR HA'...Martin.. outboard
Hponsored by the Game and t roil IIAt.K-Blnif.r H.wln. Mift"- It IIP with new motor.. .
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.. . the and girls who attended Scouts Will See tertalntagr and ,
e e e e e returned to their home in Sarasota Jones. day so boys Crosby, Haley, nstrucUve
recenUafter. spending a Mrs. Nellie Reynolds, of San it are now having their I Movie on forestry at the '
Forestry Seoul
GrahamBy week here with relatives. ford, are visiting relatives and vacation. in the Legion Hall lilt 1
friends here this week. Of interest to friends of Mr In Films At Park next M""'
Percy Jones of Starke spent Scoutmaster E. T. Shull announced night at 7:30: ( oioch
r e a Mm.e a.John. e McKinney e a a a two days here last week on busi Mr. and Mrs. John McKlnnej, and Mrs. C. O. Partney and their yesterday that Florida The genera) PUbh,
S afternoonMr. little daughter, Kay who formerly Bing Crosby la teamed with U Cot
ness had aa guests Sunday Forest Service: will show an en- Invited to attend
D. D. Johnson was a business Mrs Lizzie Surrency, of Tampa and Mrs. Jim, Adkins, ol f resided here, la the fact that youthful Gloria Jean In "If I Had
visitor to Live Oak Friday of last Is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Hampton and Mrs. Bessie Me- through a recent telephoned communication My Way", the tuneful,'fun-packed .

j ( I Maude Graves, at Sampson Mrs. Daniel, of Tampa. Mr. McKlnnej it has been learned film which will occupy the screenat Longer 'Wear .
i week.W. Burton Thursdayof Graven is very ill at this writing. was in Waldo Friday and In Jack that during the past weeks there
.C. spent ,
last week In Chattahoochee I Willie Strickland, of Nichols, U sonville Monday. has been improvement in the condition the Park Theatre Sunday Through Expert Rfn

I visiting his daughter. spending this week here with his Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts and of Mrs. Partney following through Tuesday. Heading the
Y ; Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Youngblood I uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Albert Wlllla were in Starke on, months of serious illness. The supporting cast is the popular NEW LIFE FOR OLD SHOES
business Tuesday. Partneys are in Lubbock, Texas.A comedian Charles WInninger.
recent Issue of the Times- The "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi", BIGGS & BAKER
e . U e . Union of Jacksonville had a pic with Elyse Knox, Ross Hunter,
SELL Worked-out TIMBER? ture of Cadet Perry Gainey of Phil Regan, and Phil Brito, will 105 W. Call St. Starke,Flafln .

why State FarmBy Brooker who will graduate from be presented with "Sing Your _
Westpolnt in June. Upon gradua.tlon Way Home" as the mid-week San flrrSS SSSSrSSSSSsrptst
Mn. Bryan WMtfieM he will receive h1s commis- double feature at the Park. The
It will show little or no growth.
. . e
e p e
a It will die sooner or later or.be. blown sion as a second lieutenant Air latter film combines the talents "b 'L
t, down by strong winds. CHURCH PARTY Corps pilot. Cadet Gainey ia the of Jack Haley, Marcy McGuire,
brother of Mrs. R. W. Brannen. Glenn Vernon, Donna Lee and
Mrs. H. O. Bates, Mrs. Ton
it At the present time I have a mar. Conners and Mrs. J. C. Wallace Mr and Mrs. P. D. Fancher Anne Jeffreys.
the past weekend with Mr. and June 6, TOM ATLANTIC EQUALS AMY
p ket for worked out timber. were co-hostesses at the home of spent Friday Saturday BBER ntTA9TXO
i Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wednes- and Mrs. Fred Miller of Perry at 7, the Park will feature another .. ANYWKXRB IN TIE WORLDEXCELLENCE -

I WILL PAY A GOOD PRICE FOR day afternoon, May 21. TheIr Dekle Beach. double bill: Mary Roberts Rlne-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snyder hart's famous thriller, "The Spiral
guests were the children of St.
IT N-0-Wl Edward's Catholic Church of returned to their home In Jacksonville -:' Staircase", with Dorothy McGuire
SEE Starke. Sunday after having George Brent, and Ethel Barry- The Premium Beer

hours and visited Mr. and Mrs. W O. Engrain more, and "Hills of Old Wyoming"with at the Popular Price
For several
III IS games "
r Bend me a pout card and since Thursday. Mr. and William Boyd. Cartoon and
f ''s ,t ,yr Edwin W. Peck k I will come to see you. beautiful contests were lawn enjoyed and prizes on were Mrs. Snyder came down to at- serial complete the bill.
tend the Bradford High graduation ;
awarded to the lucky participants.) exercites May 23, Miss Virginia Monday evening each offering! a t t'till
( Phone 659JRoofing .'. O. Box 463 Gainesville, Fla. Each child received a bubble gum Engram being one of the creditable performance. were: lfAlvm EFR
{ favor as a memento of, the occa-
June Caldwell -
and Frances'
graduates. "Sonny" Engram ac- Peggy of Hood Cheer'Y
sion. Refreshments consisted ot companied his relatives home and Nancy Bates, Kenneth Tyus,,
cones of ice cream served with at- ,
will be their guest for several Betty Williams Harold GcUwln

I1 45 55 65 & 90 Lb. tractive iced cup cakes. weeks. end Helen Whitfield.TOPS. tx

t --- STORK SHOWER I Mrs A. M. Rlcharde visited Mrs.
In honor of her daughter, Mrs. Annie R. Norman and family in
|Pf N. W. Baxley of Jacksonville Jacksonville for several days this
RED. BLUE Mrs. Ernie Yarbrough was hostessat week In order to attend the graduation ,
Thick Butt Shingles GREEN a stork shower at her home of her grand-daughter,

Friday afternoon. For this occasion Miss Katherine Norman, from
r r arrangements o f carnations Robert E. Lee High School. the economy of management make up
( ; WITH Easter lilies and old fashioned J. M. Bradley and daughter, a primary quality of our Service which
f New Oil Range, 3 Burner OVEN phlox were used as effective Carolyn, spent Saturday and Sun is dedicated to the affairs and needs of
Beach with
decorations. day at Jacksonville bereavement.
Following the presentation of Mr. and 'Mrs. Reese Bradley of

lovely gifts, :Mrs. Yarbrough Jacksonville who were at the resort .
Tricycles, Wagons, Baby Strollers served cake with punch to her for their vacation. !
guests who Included :Mrs. John Sunday supper gruoaU! of Mr.
Walker, Mrs. A. C. Davis, Mrs., and Mrs. Ernie Yarbrough were I FOR
1. B. Johns, Mrs. Mary Campbell, A. A. Youngbood and Mr. and HOME CANNING DEWITT C. JONES
Johns Manville Asbestos
,. Siding Mrs. Dave Thornton, Mrs. Murphy Mrs. Lester Your"gbood and two .ZINC CAPS AMBULANCE SERVICE

Mrs Ruby Kirkland, Mr. daughters of Waldo 'S ray to MMl Sur. le wall Ui..4 for Funeral Director
Marcus Reddish, Mrs. W. E., Mr. and Mrs. E. Marvin Perry ,.".ratlo,1, Hill 1 have. wide pr.l.ranc
12 14 & 12 16 Feagle, Mrs. Richard Markhamand and son, Billy, and Ben Splndell among" .deuicwlvttl. Ttww r.ll.bl. copt STARKE PHONE 7
Tarpaulines x x Mrs John Godwin. all of Jacksonville were Sunday mwi tuccmful ,horn conning today-
Our local funeral home enables
visitors! of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. at they hav In the part. Uw thorn with us to
MANY OTHER ITEMS OF QUALITY The Starke school closed Frl- compUto conttd.nc to can mart food offer conveniences and services not
Bouvler. .tt.,1! Th.y pal when no olh.n toll 'otherwise available.We .
Little Miss Patr'cia Willard
Bowel Cleaning PowerOf
went to Auburndali Tuesday to
Inner-Aid MedicineOne visit her grandmother, Mrs. Em- furnish the highest type service at the lowest pricei a4)
ma Rivers. accept ANY life insurance policy In force, issued by ANT! aapaoy

man recently took INNER- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strickland as payment In part or In full. on a funeral. Consultation

MI) three days and .said afterward and son, Johnnie, of Gainesvillewere carries no obligation. '
that he never would have Sunday supper guests of
Supply believed his. body contained no Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis.
much filthy Bubxtance.. lie nay Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stafford

t, bin stomach Intestines, bowels announce the birth of a son in
,h MIKE MARUCA Owner STARKE, FLA. *aixl whole system were so thoroughly Shadycrest Hospital, Starke, on t Mothers -
cleansed that hU constant May 24.State.
headaches. came to an end, several Farm boys and glrla who
,., pimply akin eruptions on his played in Mrs. Will Edward .. TELEPHONE 52-J +3
face dried up overnight, and even piano recital at the Starke USO,
For The Finest
the rheumatic pain. In his knee ; '
CANNON And WEBB( GROCERY disappeared. At present he U an /Lr.ww.r rJ

altogether different man, feeling Diaper ServiceThat

fine In every way. Erom where I sit..6y Joe Marsh
INNER-AID contain It Great
herbs; they cleanse bowel. clear Modern Science and

& SPECIALS. gM from stomach, act on sluggish Research Can Produce
liver and klilney Miserable Want to Run a

i I people' soon feel different all over. n,
So don't go on Buffering. Get "Collective" Farm?
INNER-AID. Sold by all drugstores We Furnish Hospital Clean, Soft Sterilized
%' ;t WHILE' THEY LAST I J I .' (Adv.) w.. ..Mm J Diapers Anti-Odor Metal I Contalner-

WM reading the other day about We're willing to work hard,bat we Two Deliveries Each Week.

the "collective" farms they have In like to farm the land oar own way! .. .
No. 2 Can Fancy NEW SHIPMENT certain countries.seems the folks put our own value on the crops,
li r MERCHANDISE who run them have plenty of help and relax as we like-If only with All This For Only A Few Cents A Day!
,, + 14c good hours and the bent a temperate, companionable glass
= '

)t equipment Sounds pretty nice-till you of From beer. where I sit, collective I n J t w,,\\Q)wfirs.iiartmann.
learn that the "farmer" doesn't farming' may produce results. But P

8 OZ. PKG. PLEEZINGMACARONI own his land, or even farm it;, in 'the American way-freedom to
DRESSES our sense He take orders from the work and relax: as we see fit-is

state; produces whatever they what makes this country a great t w f' 5.JJt
9 c All Sizes OPA 2.90 want him to produce,at prices they place to live. So let's not change' ill .
NOW 1.95 Each set. Even his off-hours are spent I,!} ...

k. SPAGHETTI I according to state re 1lations. 80e tJt(.. .11'.
Ladies Blouses .
.. EACH $1 No, that would never go here.
ark I
E No. 2 Can VAN. CAMP
Ladies SLIPSThe Copyright,19471 United Slattt! rcw.rj FoundationMAKKKTIXG I

Pork &.Beans .13 Best Material -
Were 1.75 Now 1.25 /d"rdmnnria
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16 Oz. JAR PILLOW CASES \ ,r: '

Peter Pan Peanut Butter .30 .75 Each 2 For $1 u i.lt %ca.7Z' ?& i i

2 Oz. Glass FANCY I
All Leather BELTS :Are you planning to pick up and picnic this week end? Then
I know you're hoping, as I am, for warm, sunny weather. But
Osage Pimentos .10 1.95 ( if it should turn out be chilly or rainy, don't let that Inter-
II fere with Go ahead and have your picnic anyhow "-
t Girl's Play) SHOES at home. That way your family won't feel let down, and depends on
: yl. ; 100 PC. PURE ALL PURPOSE GRIND I you won't have to rustle up a regular meal at the last minute. ,
5 to 12 1.25
ji ;'si e :dry
& 1, _COFFEE 'u b. Dr Girl's DRESSES 2 to 12 It'. no picnic being thirsty on a For the best-dresied cole slaw or ,
be to take plenty of 'vegetable salad that
picnic so sure ever wentrefre.hlnl'
39c Were 2.25 Now 1.45 soft drinks on your outing a-picnicking, try this tangy dre,.- I cleaning j
SHOP" t Yottll find a bin variety of Ing mad. with WHITE HOUSE -. L
.' Girl's DRESSES 9 to 12 "whl tJe wetters"at your A&. .., MILK,the creamy-rich evaporated -
"' each as enjoyable milk sold at the AAP. Just blend I:
In Large Sizes 1.75Girl's ".s 'It as the other, and H to p. prepared mustard,-44 Up.allthriftllyprived I
Punch 32 OZ.BOTTLE. ( salt, 2 taps, sugar, a dash of cay. I \ Breeze through a u 1 try, summer
: Pineapple ..20II PANTIES 25cllen's '-,.\'IJi'1II. thirst Make AP aid bead.your enne HOUSE and EVAPORATED 1 cup undiluted WHITE MILK. i weather with the assurance t '
J tN Shirts, USN 1.25 quarters! Add 1 tb vinegar gradually, I you're always chic, always fresh
stirring till thick. Enough for 8 i ways dainty. Our modern
II n Army Shirts, Hvy. 1.50 QUICK AND SUCK servings of salad. technique is the dependable, safe way t I
If yon' go in for campfire cookery from, KIteO-IIZt SANOWICNI that not only insures that cool 'fash i

rdp Army Pants . 1.85 rNCOREPr.ptJ..d oym..nt Where there's there's aIt's ion-right' look but also prolongs the I
/ Brookfield mighty good cooked at home to ROLLS MARVELon life of your apparel. Always come
,1 Square Cut . HAMBURGER I
Dungarees 1.50 the range,too,so get a few cans in their here for perfection.
(' BUTTER Sixes 28 31 at the A&P. Made with a tasty special role art partners for sizi- dry cleaning of I
aance of tomatoes, apices and ling hamburgers. But even if your
; y SMO. BACON cheese, aU yon have to do is heat picnic equipment I
66c Army Boots . 3.85NICK'S It. AJ. If you want an extra doesn't include a 8'1\1\\\i.\ \\\ '. A PHONE 135 I
I. I hearty dish for 8 hearty eaters, grill, thete deli-- WWG j
49c Lb. combine cans of this swell spaghetti clone, freshly g. ROBT. 315 I
beau baked rolls. from .
with :2 cans of red ;
POUND- mix well hi a Bkillet t add 2 tap*. the AAP can have GREEN, TempleAre.' :
of,chili powder, and heat thor their inning on i m. I
s Herman's Franks lb. 39c House oughly. Add green! pepper and your outings. They're perfect for Owner .
yl Bargain onion rings it you like '_Grand big he-man sandwiches of all kinds I II
mm w indoors or' out _. a I _4


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Raiford Baptists I jects will be: "Mule-Back t
," "Can Religion -I[ At The TabernacleBecause I e e e e. e. e. e ,C S. Kelley: week
News Begin RevivalAt the Living Communicate Mi- and )Mr Luther Sowell
torch I with the Dead ?" 1 I Mrs. M. F Wiggins; of New
"Why HamptonBy
of the
heavy downpour with their guest Mrs. CaHBlo Lar- t
Preach River friends her
tho Second was visiting
Sunday Service Coming of
Saturday night the Youth Meet- ramore, spent Thursday of last
Christ", and "The Three Most Mr. M. t.'. SweeneyEILANOS Saturday afternoon.
Church ,- Ing at the Tabernacle was changed week In Newberry visiting Mrs.
Horrible e e e. e e. e.
e. e.
yterian Words" In the English from an "outdoor" to an "In Ida Craig Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ingram and t

..c.und.1Y., June 1st, Language.Rev. door" service but no one was disappointed M\\E CHILI Mrs. C L. Atkinson and two baby of Starke were guests of
s Roland
eel Jarrard of Stetson became\ the rain was Mr. and Mrs. Marvin J. Klland daughters Joyce and Hone were Mr. and Mar. K.: T. Stewart Saturday J
| follow I' University will direct the song services needed so badly. Special music
announce the birth of a son on shopping In Gainesville Saturday afternoon j
Scnoo) at 9:45: A. M. Is and render special music. and a Bible Drill were Included on Sunday May 21In Sh lycrest Mr. and Mrs. fleecy Holdon of I
I' Dinner will be Mrs. Caials1 Larramore was In
served outside
Mias Evelyn Stump. '. the program. In the Bible Drill Hospital, Starke Mrs Ellanti, be- Santa Fa were visiting Mr. and
teach the church after the Jacksonville Sunday where she
will morning
Ire Fernandez I.. the boys were matched againstthe fore her marriage was Miss Lillie Mrs. L. A. Fowler Sunday after
service and an afternoon service spent the day with relatives
The scripture and the
fcult ,Claw. girls, boys won by one Mae Truest of Thert'sThe noon. I r
and 32- will be held at 2 Out-of-
a King 19.5-7: p. m. point child had not been named Wed} :Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Dyal and

l.. Topic for Perils.discussion" Is town visitors to attend.are welcome John L. Bray and invited Is- Sunday morning the Sponsor of nesday. two children spent Sunday In TOO FAT? Ot SLIMMERthis !
Xatlonal the Tabernacle work gave a most Jacksonville with Mr. and Mra.
the pastor of the Raiford MOW PRINCIPAL
; Worhlp| This ser- Baptist heart-searching message on: "She AKIUIESMrs. Arthur Hall. vitamin candy way
Church. Ola M. Perkins
lit 11 o'clock and IsbOur' Hath Dune What She Could". moved here Mr. and Mrs. Earnle Johnson, .
tiny snc..lmate _( .III.
tint duration. Specialb Mark 14: 19. Emphasizing the Thursday of last week from Hell- of Lake Butler spent Sundayhere sir.. No ............ No Uvnlivr, .
bronn Springs and Is located at ., With. u..mrl."YUS.
choir of young ladles. Methodist ChurchHoly fact that each disciple today has with Mr. and Mrs. Burt Vitamin NoftniRa Candy Koducintf Plan
-Jesus De- the privilege of having a part and the home of Mr. and Mrs Lary Stokes you dun cut out any meal., I
is .
mon theme. Our country Communion will be administered what Is being done about It? Will I J. Wynn Mrs. lYrklna received The Rev. and! :Mrs H. II. Ilenderion .tnrcha you uinnly,hiHipntAtor.rnriiuinrt mi them tluwn. It..
Loyalty 1 rV at both the : appointment as principal of eaulrr when enjoy rialtckMMtvmimtn
each one r mornMg the lives of today bear fruit that of Jasper' attended services ortillmU ymi AVOH
( candy
.u oyaltfrom and in publicand and evening services l.i the First I will be spoken of "as a memorial" Hampton School for the coming at the Church of Christ (bcicw, mmlB: Ahwilutiml .ly h.rmis..

I armed orces Methodist Church, Sunday June 2000 years hence as was this act term succeeding Mrs. Ruby MUnderwood Sunday Innnnlni,._to ,",..,......h. ",Pd,. (t"
v ,ay It has a right I. Every member Is urged to attend ; of Mary's? Mrs. Perkins Is dally Mr. and Mrs. Hersihell Layfleld I,..,t ilorrnr. I**<..mnmthui toM, m Inn mnmm a..c M*>.a
from all of us. But this attending the "Teachers' Work tmm *JM*>|I* with A\i>U VltMntnUimty .
u1d .w service as It marks the In the afternoon the Bible and children of Galncvllln, were ItothiHnu rim, *.
lreme loyalty Is not to In- beginning of the new conference Shop" In Starke. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs MM.. wipply. nf AYDa\ cwtlv St M If IMit.(M..ado..
one the most Interest- .
School Is of
to nations but with mull*,MUNfc"' UAt-K M nrr 1Int.> *a'a..IasKochi t
''lor even Revival yem.: The: past).r will on Noon !Matt
meetings begin at the preac'i Sundny.
authority. Ing meetings of the week where Mr. 'and Mrs B. R. Dynl) and : I Dltiru STORE
k' the Supreme Raiford Baptist Church Sunday. "Tho Volui.teei Service" at the I Bibles are used exclusively for Claude Dyal of Cocoa, MrR. K. Mrs T. W Markey and 1 Mr*.
of Memorial Day June 1, II o'clock hour. Leslie Green and three ,
lion and will continue each W. children
class study. Dyal and son, Mike, and bliss
each, us that loyalty to night thriimh Sunday. June 8. Young j p:cple meet at 7 p. in. I Sunday evening the Sponsor again Sara Marlin, of Jacksonville, were were shopping In Gainesville Sat-
cheap or Incidental Rev. and the service at S m. urday. I
is not Glenn M. Crawford of Clinton evening p. ? the this time guests last week of Mrs. Llnnlo
licrlflclal We welcome all Mississippi will be the evan- will be evangelistic, featuring on Daniel gave 1 and message 2 and "The WorldEmpires" Seley. Mrs. Drew Dukes of Worthington I
gelist. cirglng anal an Inspiring message Springs were visiting Mrs.
cervices showing that man Is Miss Shirley Dennison spent, /
: E. J Lewis and, Miss Ivamae i iI
-J. Warren Kaufman. Though still a young man Mr. now In the closing days of the 4th Thursday and Friday of lout week Lewis
The Lords Prayer wl'l: be the Thursday afternoon of last
Crawford has preached In seven I of these Empires The stone from with relatives In Jacksonville 5.
subject of d'sctisslon at the Wed-! I
states and Canada. He Is pastorof out the mountain cut without Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Touch-
a Baptist church In Mississippi, rrhday evening Prayer acting.! hands .(Daniel 2:34): shall destroythe '
44f The Standard Catechism will be ton, of Bell, were recent guestsof
a 4 and attended Mississippi Collegeand of governmentand
present system Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wat-
tined and eveiyone; Is 1 lvited to EXPERTSERVICE
New Orleans Baptist Thealuglcd.1 participate In tho discussion. the final world kingdom temon. They attended, commencement TAe OtAet 7tz/loUl
Seminary. While in Mississippi which has no end will be set up. exercises at BH3 in Starke

College he won a medal Daniel 2: 44, and shall not bedestroyed last week. Can't afford accident t'' t
by giving the best oration before Christian Church other peoples
f aa or left to Mrs. Ruby M. Unilerwootl, and
the entire student body on the fulfilled either. Automobile Liability -
2:47 is being literally
Services for Sunday at the Acts daughters Marlene, Mary and
subject, "Ten Reasons Why I Believe from week to week In the Insurance
First Christian Church the Rev. Martha left Saturday for their protects I
the Bible. He adver.
wa .
tiled In Toronto, Canada, as the J. B. Dixon pastor: services. homo In Gainesville YOU in case of an acci
Bible School 10 a. m. There will be a baptismal service Mrs Margaret Hinson and children I

from"Twentieth the South"Some Century Whirlwind I Sermon 11 a. m., "Qualifications Sunday evening after the Peggy and Uremia.' Sue, left dent.
ALL MAKES and duties of elders and message of the hour Friday of last week to visit Mrs. > I
of Mr. Crawford's sub- I deacons." The Tabernacle group Invites Hinson's brother and slater-ln-law I Charley: E. Johns *

fork Guaranteed I Sermon 8 p. m., "Temptations". newcomers as well as others without Mr. and 1\Irs. Audrey Turner InVaKluHtH.

Quick Service STOPS All members and friends are a church home to worship Ga. Chas. C. AgencyPhone !
666 'cordially Invited to attend. You with them. MrCarl Wynn of Stnrke IS BTARKE FLA.

STERN AUTO CHILLS will only be a stranger once. spent Friday of last week hero ShepherdAt
visiting relatives and friends., .
SUPPLY A&6 now for 9"!'M.I"i.IJrm I I '!FEVER- Fresh stock of excellent typewriter ST. MARK'S Fred D. F.iland a member of Cuy's Service Station .'. ,..3Repr..ndn0 I

STARKE, FLA. PLJj! .nto-m.lrrt! c.arn/aaa.a.._. u...? ribbons at THE TELE- the Merchant Marine left Saturday
df'jqi combined at Totaquin w oaw"a GRAPH. Sunday School 10:00: ( a. m. for renHacola where he will .... THB TRAVELERS: HartfordLet
--_ Morning! Prayer and Sermon 11 board a shIp destined, for Ilaly.1Irs --- J

a. m. Delia Dyal who has beenspending
Friday several months In High

({'s a brand new d re all Y differsrat1 Evening Prayer and Bible Class Springs with her daughter, Mrs. Us Install You MODERN IIAT/IROOM I t

wife.u an 7:30: p. m. H C Parker, recently returnedto

saver Rev. S. W. Creasey her home here. Or Remodel and Modernize Your Present One t tONE
I Mr. and Mrs. George Saxon of f
Pompano were visitors here last
Teacher Exams
r,.sn week.

l c '- Set For July 2, 3 E. C. Lamb, of Jacksonville TO THREE YEARS t. I
t spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs.J. .
a Examinations for the regular O. Lamoreaux.Carl TO PAY. NO DOWN I

re/ 1 teachers' certificates will be held I Wilson, of South Carolina

74 I j In Gainesville on July 2 and 3, was visiting friends here last PAYMENT e rit t ti
'"* v ; 1 according to an announcementhis week,

I this week from the office at Mr. and Mrs M. L. Wattersonand i I ,

County School Superintendent A. Frederick Watterson spent CALL lei& OK SEE US AT 335 TEMPLE AVENUE '

R. McRae. Examinations will be Sunday In Delanil. Miss Harvenn .
\Hew tricks with pal your favorite cooking Glorious cooking results which mad. colonial School Watterson accompanied them but
fuel!Or cook th.conventkmalwaywith tluMayDutch Ovens famous are your. .automatically prepared In tha Elementary Shull Plumbing & Heating
Uj Dutch Oven Gas Range. ...with Maytaa'a new gM ruige. Course and Music only, unless remained for a two week's visit t
special request is made by June there with her slater Mr. Archie

19, It was stated. O. Klland. STAHKE, FLORIDA

It's Here See It TodaylMAYTAG Ther will be no further special Miss Martha Home left Mondayfor f t

examinations on the Conntt utlon a week at Camp O'Lena near

since this requrement for cert If 1- High Springs.
aclon has been eliminated by the Pete Roberts of Lathe City We Specialize In
1 1047 spent Sunday with friends here.
Legislature effective July I
Mr. and Mrs Ira Chason and r

the announcement stated. family, of Green Cove Springs, "While You Wait" work t

Tuesday and Wednesday
In Honor SocietyJames with spent Mr. and Mrs. Hazel! Perry : t

ftP as and visited their other friends :
O. Sewell, son of Mr here PROMPT SERVICE

and Mrs. W. B. Sewell of Starke and, Mrs. Marvin Williamshad '
Mr '
was among a group of 19 engln- as their guests this week Mr. In Line {With{ Our Prenident'n Request

Sigma'crin? Tau students national Initiated honorary< Into en- and Mrs Albert Stringer of High We Have Reduced Prices 10 Pert"tStarke's

rincerlng fraternity at the University 1- Springs Miss. Betty Durllng. of Jacksonville -

of Florida -orenlly. weekend here with
spent the Shoe Repairing 1 1J
.. .. .. ---- ,
f- .. .- I relatives
Mrs. L. D. S..ley will\ attend the
16 South Walnut Street
commencement exercises In Cltra
@ @ Friday at which time her two Next Door To F. C. IIolIinKaworth

,.. ,
'tp --
sons, Maurice and Gordon will
::" ."f. ... receive their diplomas.Brooker.

...,; : d'. -'......"'... -_.. ,
---- ; e e e. e e. a

t! \S) :' '- ..." -- fR'R R. B. Alvarez & Son I''

iA I
1t'S fly Mrs T. \V. Marker

: i iI HOWDY A contractor FOLKS:.t.tlond hit e e e e e . Transfer & Storage Co.

: i foreman on the other aide of a Mr and Mm. Cliff Kelley and .'
wall In o newly finished dwelling baby, Wlldwood, spent part of Phone 179
II. and then called, out "'('an last week here with their respective -
you hear m*?""" parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. s

Mln I can" replied the fore- Kelley and Mr and Mrs Vernon
man. EMwurdi Moving and We operate local and long! I ISt.rag
I I. .
r Mr and Mrs Royce Gainey and,
'. 'Can you !fee m.? the contractor distance Anywhere In
next railed out. children and Mrs. A. II. Crosby ,.
the State of
: "No," said the foreman. of Jacksonville were weekend ;t Florida.

"That" commented till contrartnr. guests of L R Oalney.
t l
..t.. what I call a Rood B. W. Mott, of Hague was the Fast, Careful MovingWE
wall! dinner guest of Mr and Mrs S. I
--- 1 l"e M. Mott Thursday of last. week '

1 Client I want you to draw Miss, lleatslca Edwards, of Law- TRY TO KEEP IN STOCK

up my will, but I don't know toy spent Tuesday night with .
just heW to word It. Miss Louise Kelly v Everything To Iluild, Repair or Remodel

: i Lawyers You needn't worry Mr and Mrs. Tyler Jones and, alt

-ju t leave It to me. two chlJren! spent Sunday aft- Nash .

iSI Client! Yes, I suppose that'. ernoon In Callahan visiting rel- f> M rit CONCRETE BLOCKS .

SI how It will .turn. out. anjh nr. atives.Mr. and Mrs Fred Walden and TrimTO..I ilardware ___.,,_............. .. ..

And you will bn prefertlyafe two children of Wildwood were .- READY MIXED
,," weekend of Mr. and
In -leaving It to u guests

speaking: of your auto, wrvlce, 1\1, Shinghrlrklra: I CONCRETE ;1 1laarring

of cnume. We offer the tact" C A K E eeeeee.ee.ee.ee eCees ee.ee .,.. 1. '
word In complete car lubrication Plywood '
high quality gas. and oil I '
Take full advantage of out r (:Cabinet, Dozier & Gay Paints d ti .

Tour .Itc...... e..i.r. r.... ...11....) Y.'r. I.H.meel.... .. sae> 11..,_ WipeS Hmt-focuiing al..a Ise Spiral drys" many services Drive In today. I "'..llho.relHt"pplntc .
d I' Duteh
... thrift "
Fo The Soullt"I.umher
L heat .yIDutchOvencon.rl Well COOKS. flame burner and GULF OIL PRODUCTS Stones /tegl
'L! swsrtl of Meytrot dial automaticallyturns Cooker anehrom.aid.lift out ta ,._ __
he's meal with seeee ee eee..eeeee. -
heavily Innuatad off gam, yet foods nun porcelain burner bowls Washing Polishing
]) Also I
"1<::11 Oven. Kitchen cooking by retained on. top burner. be
ke.p and top can
ltay, :<>01 and free of heat until deli' Ideal tor cooking fruiU wiped range rear klia g whit Greasing BAKED I SPECIAL Building Supplies
Cooking Wont grwaes, ciously done. cereals, puddings I ANN I S
Temple & Lake For Wedding. IJirthdays

COMPANY Service Station etc. I INC: I

SLADE GAS .Phone.. .... 179. LAPPE BAKER '' Depot &" Plea-sant Sts.. .Gainesville Fla.N t
I ptfO ee 2H21g"'S.:; PL; O. Box 591IcMtt8jh1
* EAST CALL ST. ,/IQN/i, III ._ r ._


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all colors accept each other at Students Inspect Fine Grass-Clover Pastures In BradfordUnion 'must be moistened. Particular attention and also on ,. axe'
be to r tan..
should given
TOO LATE fare value. They play the same spray- nOllrs-that s ,
( folds scams, pockets, under Olo.r'
l 1'0 CLASSIFY games enjoy the same thing) md Ing tlon. Evlderti, J
4 are unconcerned! as to the ." n'r lapels, and other places where the 'a. b'',
moths hide easily. Home-applied that, these ar.. tl ,.
of skin or the slant of an ""V d',
fly u"rll Kay If In their deliberation-' tE+ fluorine treatments will stand spray yet di i< ,,'' m, I:
l s rv several dry cleanings but eventu-
Interviewed In Miami recently world diplomats would forget 'n"i'
must be repeated.
Eleanor Frances Lattimoro auth- a time the matter of boundaries, ally

I !I 4 ; or of 15 best selling books for reputations and other con trover Warning" The TELKl.KlJi:

{ ? children made a statement that I. slal issues and take cognizance of Real the list of ingredients of m.it'ed new pre-e IIr ,bilf! j I

f grown-ups, partlculaily world the children, who ore the real any solution. If arsenic is listed, rubber bandstretch quail'',

diplomats and leaders, might hope of the world of tomorrowand ur r do not use the solution on clothIng ( and PI"1t

a, ponder over. try to( work out a plan of blankets! upholstery fabrics, strength. Four lees! I 8 aP
Bom In China where her father united education that would en or even rugs that may come in quarter-pound box, ,t n aI l 4
able these children to better contact with the skin.
t I, r was a professor in the University
t I' of Tel Yang, Mrs. Lattlmore has understand each other, impressing Types. '" or Spray

traveled extensively and In famlll upon them as Mis I.Httl- Mothproofing sprays differ from IN f'inn'ir 1111 r
7 Eel Ml, III :,,\ NNU
t ar with children the world over more suggests/ that their differ ordinary moth sprays. Ordinary I Kill.Mnttle '. uuu I\ ,:

She wild "As I have traveled em-c: s are merely superficial whilt moth sprays Immediately\ kill any Hi"I i 1 ,

'about seeking first-hund material their likenesses are fundamental Insects they hit hut give no lasting da IWf lit,ve CIIMI N,, i sonnnn

for my stories I have found that It would he the longest step I award > r protection. The mothproofing "I i

l buys mid girls are much the same Luting peace that the world sprays on the other \hand, protect ANI) Nn1'1, i iHTATIJ 1 'Pt IT!!

( the world over whether they live has ever known. r fabrics against moth damage Mile'hiilicU,i q'! 1 ,
\\ hdmaa |
i a ''y in China, where till background Suppose for example that them 4 04ty P M *f d P4f r by killing moths that! try to and ,." r ,;,

; "r of my books. are laid, or In Denmark learned diplomats: were to forger feed on the fabric. Most of them Itullvpiv You ;an, III" bs

} ? the scene of my 'Seven nationalities, their creeds and icllglona have a water base and do not k'll'! nr lief 01'r Inn,i ,'J', PI',

nl! I p Crowns! their selfish Interests and moth larvae or eggs when sprayedon above nonn.lwherein 1 1 rd

"Th. background li different, for a time think and talk about County war veterans l jnhown seated In the center of the age In this county were Lloyd them.DDT lim
out little children resemble each the simple subject of CHILDREN studying vocational agriculture group, while Instructor Dyer I I Green Lorenzo Green John H. MothproofingThe publish tlilK n"l rah tI,

other much more than grown-up -not as Russian children or under the guidance of L. T. Dyer stands at extreme right. The [Denmark J. T Land R L. Batten new DDT mothproofing solutions ( weekly issues

My and have the same reactions.. to American children, German chil- were literally "in clover" when group" also visited the excellent I I, L. L. Conner W, E. Covington. now appearing on the mar. Witness at Stark meal \' hood i" ; lit Mi ,

their environment. It 1 lit very Important dren or Jewish children, but Just they visited some excellent pastures grass-clover pasture on the. Lor i Vollte Reddish, and J. S. ket for the first time are different day of May, 1" 4T hl''*

l It seems to me that the plain normal God's children I I, In Bradford County on May enzo. I>, Green farm near Starke Eunice."I These not only kill the Insects Ai(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL'said ,i'i art A, I T'

j* children of all nations learn to Suppose further that out of 5. In the above picture the group With the easing of war restrictions congratulate these men on by contact, but also leavean ny Lucille C 1"0hl. D '

1 ,i r I know each other and to realize such consideration were to come Is shown on the W. E. Covington last fall, about 13 the fine start they have made, effective residue on fabrics tin.John, Florida J. Hinder t r.. r 1-; 1 it r

that their differences are merely agreement that If the world Is farm at Lawtey where White Bradford farmers planted around, the
superficial while their true likenesses I shows fine 300 to and hope they will keep up ,',
,; ALL children Dutch clover growth acres improve pastures
to find l lasting peace j ------------------- -
a'' 1 are fundamental." must ba taught( certain fundamental I despite the dry spring, proving which was only a small stait. good work," Mr. Dyer states. rvv"V'VVV''VV

I r r ,t The pitiful situation In which principles without re-(I beyond doubt the great posslblll-/ They used the recommended fer- "Now that I am working with the

r the world finds Itself todav- Is no gard to religion, custom or creed. I ties of establishing such wonderful \: tilizer and lime, as well as grass!' veterans In Union County, I ex- mmmm

I{ fault of its children. The bitter --To love one another. -To respect I grazing crops on much of the and clover seed, and good results pect to get some such fine clover-

i,,,' ness/ hate suspicion( and other each other.To be kind and lands in Bradford County. Mr. were obtained in most cases. grass pastures started there In '

i p, evils that bring upon us the Ills> Ienerous.To magnify world relationship 'Covlngton, owner .of the farm Is Owners with the largest acie- the near future." Easy-To-Use

y ar that are ours do not( stem from and teach nationalism I S

i''{; children.the Innocent hearts of the world'swn as of minor Importance.The I Grey Lady CourseAt Gainey Graduates Hints To Housewives PRINTED PATTERNS

i : As a deadly( poison' might be that so so-called much concern weighty the problem learned!! Lake City From West Point MivniritooFiN'o Direction an printed en awry t

administered to them through the piece or .ach Simplicity PRINTED
I d 1'k' body, these destructive and equal- diplomats are of no concern to June 3rd and 5thMrs Mothproofing treatments are of Pattern fa haw you VVrtAT\ IT I
ar CHILDREN anywhere In the greatest! use to fabrics during IS WHERE IT GOES WHERE! TO} I I ,::1
ly deadly forces are fed to them
1 ( 1 world. They do not care about Barbara Breazealle, chair, storage according to entomologists -: ADJUST IT. and WHERE! TO
the mind of adults of
P through who controls Palestine, who dominates < man of the Committee for Com of the U. S. Department of MATCH IT TO ITS MAT!!. I d
every rare and creed the Panama Canal, what'''' munlty Service to Veterans of th Agriculture. Goods in storage I S.. the smart Spring styles I In ,
We would need no United Nations I
our n w Simplicity Pattern Catalan
BF' boundaries( are where I I Bradford County Chapter, Amerl need protection because they suffer I f'
u } no Foreign Policies, no vast!' al cur pattern counter
I I armament If the children Teach these youngsters the :, can Red CrosH, announces thai more damage than those in, :today:: I .
; programs /Simple: truths! about the world In'' there will be a two-day school oj f frequent use, and under storage
'rtI / of all the world could mingle
1 ,
which they live. Help them know instt action at the Lake City Vet- conditions mothproofing chemicals S ; i
r '
:, together on an equal basis and all ? !
I and understand other children ernns Hospital on June 3rd anc d aR arc not weakened by sunlight, j
aJ were taught the simple doctrine of '
{ J ( The little Chinese boy has no ill June 5th to train candidates to r heat, wear, washing or dry clean- PRINTED/ 'AmRIIS Se,20e. 2Sr
world thousand
love, given the two ld
I years ago by the Man of will toward the little Japanese I the Grey Lady Corp ing. I

Galilee boy, the tiny American tot has nil Heretofore five 2-nour clause s Although no mothproofing solution -

.'. reason to hate or distrust the have been held but this time tw 0 hit been developed which
> d There la nothing born Into the Come in f
and the followIng
RussIan child Thrown together gives permanent protection underall see -
hearts of little children that would 5-hour classes will be substituted
+I cause, them to distrust. or hate without adult-fostered prejudice Those completing the course will 1 L circumstances, several have beautiful materials i

they would get along< with each r 0 noun protected fabrics during many
to at least
,, children of any other race or agree give Striped chambray, Novelty
n creed. This come only from the other happily and peacefully.The a year to the work of assistingIn years in storage. "Fruit of
weave the Loom"Sanforized
future and hope of Factory Treatments)
peace the Veterans al t
teaching of their elders and bringsIn the care of
the world lives In the hearts ot Lake Solutions that give the best cottons, Bates ,
Its wake the misery and suffering City. Z
Its children. War and disastercan all thosewho fr 1 protection are factory applied in.he
1 id t-r 1 that has been visited uponus Mrs. Breazeallt urges! shanalaya broadcloth Seer-
come( only through the failureof hot dye bath. In tests these I r
feel possibly
down through the ages. they can spare suckers Printed lawns
to meet their responsiblllty. lasted long and well and with- ,
grown-ups the 10 hours neces
+ Left alone together, their child 1 CO> hours plus
stood washing and dry cleaning. Plain colored organdy Dot
minds unpnlnoned by elders, the nary for Instruction toward the
b and comfort of thane men Now used widely on blankets and ted swiss Slip I materials 52-y
4 boys and girls of all races and care Among the Cadets I ,
Sad I' New Train SchedulesThe for whom the war Is not yet over, from the United States graduating Military upholstery fabrics, they might also Taffetas. 1979

to.. get In touch with the local be used on wool clothing! If
W.C.T.U. new schedule of the SAL, Red Cross Chapter In the office, Academy at West Poln N. Y., there: was consumer demand for ,1
,, ; Railway, beginning at 12:01: a. m. at the Clinic Building or by telephone June Is Homer P. Gainey, them. Fluorine compounds appliedat

Sunday, May 18, is announced as 74-W. Brooker.An son of Mrs.. Nancy C. Gainey of the factory also give satisfactory WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF S/l

} I Corinthian 6:0-10) follows: Mrs. W. R. Morse, Executive ; protection for any fabric thatIs PLICITY
Know ye not that the unrighteous NorthboundNo. Secretary will be glad to provide appointee of former Rep. not washed. Fluorine la solubleIn PATTERNS AT ALL TIMES

p T "hall not Inherit! the 10 due Starke 8:43: a. m. transportation to Lake City on R. A. Green Gainey graduated water, and fabrics treated with

1 ( + } kingdom of 'God? Be not deceived No. 8 due Sarke 5:33: p. m. the 3rd and 5th of June for all from Bradford High School, attended this: substance usually are guaranteed -

r F 3( P neither fornicators. nor SouthboundNo. who will take the course. the University of Florida : mothproof if dry cleaned, EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY AT Th
prior to entering West Point.
i Idolatom, nor adulterers, nor 9 due Starke 10:33: p. m. put not laundered.
efflmliwto.' nos. abuser' of No. 7 due Starke 9.33: a. m. During his first class year he was! Home Treatments)

1 themselves with mankind. Starke-Itell Branch Employers UrgedTo a Cadet Sergeant.- He played end Fluorine solutions also are sold The STAR STORESTARKE

'F y / Nor thieve, nor covetous, (Dally except Sunday) List Needs position on the football B squad for home use. If properly made

j nor drunkard, nor revilers. nor No 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m. was a member of the Ski Club and applied according to directions -

Ik extortioner.. shall Inherit the No. 102 (returning' ) arrives With FSES Office and was chairman of the Cadet these will give good protec- FLORIDA

XI f kingdom of God. Starka 2 p. m. Auto Committee. tion for a limited period. If
Current job opportunities at the
Upon graduation he will be sprayed on, all parts of the fabric
: A "wet" l.. a person> < who Starke office of the Florida State commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant
tell you hecan make the Employment Service total 86 and Air Corps pilot.
wish to thank
w country dry by making It wet my many there are 105 seeking work Including
friends In Thereasa, Hampton and
l I 6 ter. \ 81 veterans end 13 women,
Starke for the many kindnesses Health Head Urges
Copied from the Union Signal. Mrs. Helen Rodman, manager of
1 while I Ill,
they showed me wall
the Gainesville office said today. ImmunizationsAgainst
Hagan. Job openings reflect an increase

an compared with April due to SmallpoxDr.

Increased demands for railroad
Wilson T. Sowder. State p4ia
construction workers.
Health Officer, this week urgedall
Job applicants Include 3 professional .
FloridIans and..18ltors to the
GREEN'SGROCERY dc managerial, 16 clerical ?
State, wbo have not been vaccInated -
& sales, 13 service, 28 skilled 29
against smallpox in the I
seml-aktlled. 9 unskilled, amf( 9
five years to do so at once. And
agriculture. Job seekers indicate
children one year of age and older
demand for cooking, farm
a heavy
should be Immunized against the C
work, carpentery and truck driv d s: Iran?
disease Immediately.His t
J with .tl.'nund be.vq
ing.With request came as a result of
more job seekers than
i; ts s,8 reported outbreaks of the diseasein
a and with veteran
i ', Weekend Specials Phone 86 We Deliver jobs applications several northern states and
running recently as high as one
1' more recently In South Carolina.norlola' .
and one-half for each portion
t State Board of Health, J J.---
listed, the local office Is intensifying -
In anticipation of the heavy demand -
0.2 CANSTANDARD its efforts to find suitable
Tomatoes 15c
for smallpox: vaccine, has
job openings for these applicants.The
been trying for some time to replenish 7.
local office referred 30 applicants J
? 'dI
Its depleted stock. Several a .ey fun.1I -

to jobs during April, T shipments of vaccine have already r ,,.a s ,..-.." ...
: Tag of whom were accepted. come In and more Is expected : .

w$ MILK for ns25c ously Unemployed worked In workers covered who employ previ making it possible now to

( meet the demands.Dr. .
ment unemployed through( no Sowder pointed out that although .

; ? Blue Rose Fault of their own, !and registeredfor residents of Florida are

RICE I 39cWerners suitable work are drawing unemployment not required by law to be vacci-

3 Ib. Pkg. compensation benefits nated, the State Board of Health -s .i i"s
ii amounting to $10320: In Bradford
has always stressed and maintained -
during the week ending
county a bIfM
program of Immunization against -
April 26 and were made to seven
BEST GRADE five men and two women the disease, particularlyfor + !
; Lb. 35cM6For25C person children.

; SKINLESS Throughout the State unemployment Vaccination is vitally Important a -
M /
compensation payments during .
for there is' no known drug
the week amounted to $140-
that will cure smallpox once it
11>8.50 and were made to 8.841, I
develops but vaccination will prevent !-
Including 4.098 men and ..Tt31 the disease .

women. Statewide payments for rt4s+,
t the week indicated an Increaseover 1'1 rmn'IT cavity \nronn
R rnt"'I'1'Y, FLORID_*! I* cuN.ren Radio
the previous( week when : r. W PorTABLE

1108.396: was paid. Thorn*. Csppa Plaintiff. vs 8al" h :
Cuppa. O..hn.l..nt. (*.... Xo, 5STJ.
Employers are urged to list ORDER!!: OF Pt'RMCATION
their job orders with the Florida ANn NOTlr", TO APPEAR

MAXWELL COFFEE lb. 46c State Employment Service where Capps STATE. whose OF FLORIDA r.sldenco'nd l 10: Sarah firm Exciting beauty'-tone--performance. Your u"

HOUSE they are classified and matched In: 164<< Fulton Street, Pater. the Creels PorTABLE. Beautiful shock-proof
q ; against the applicant file and new '''n,;'Vou New Jeriiey. oat+ieJ
sr, ,- ,"red ta snp.ay fin plastic cabinet. Play on ac, dc or self<
applicants If applicants are not Jun. 10. l'4T. In the above 95 :
Fancy Branded available named. Court and eaulo,. whnreln batteries. See it at our store.
locally the order 29
may iKlnrlff ...ke divorce. Pndfardo.mtr
Be extended to applicants in otherafflces (" T.I..ap" shall publl.h hi.

In the State. ,Ordr'Vltn..y In next tour..-.,d weekly and offl-lnl l I.'u.' .

White Bacon| 39c Employer Job orders and applications t..l n.IH1.I at Urk*' Florida' this May' ELECTRIC SERVICES SUPPLY

for< job should be mad OFFICIAL. SEAL' A. 3. Thomas.
ty t. .it the local office 1a rrl..b ro' .
in the Armory a.ld f ''U. 125 E. CALL .

1 lay Thursday morning./ Job criers WIIIILucille.C.Morgan r.Fifth. O. Floor ST. STARKE.FLAPAOE

Mr TMt .wUl, also be taken over telephone ('lark BwjrU. Jacksonville.. ria.
+ 1278. QauieavUle. Ally, '01'' lit 5-1'( 4, .... -

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".\ so. 1941 BRADFORD (' \ _
--- -- ---- STAB g.a. FLORIDA _-'!--
::::. I

NOTICE Description 8. T. R. A res Owner .t Costs 1 IkotIt-rtptlOIt S. T. R.Aerea Owner A (bats. 1:01': nnrrrroi. nn o..ono i

Amt. Taxes Amt. Tazea. (oi "NTV. FLOHIOA, IX "IIAN
that the following described lands will be Com at 8W Lot 4 Icil Y.
hereby given 'or of Lot 17 I of nlk U. North Vera
ubbt:, auction on the 3111t day of May 1947 at Starke the 'for" rUII& pt FI lot beg. thence H..no. Slb.Dly, :'In.S\VL.W .larenca II. Foster Fouler, Defendant.Plaintiff CBS vs, I

C Bradford. State of Florida, to pay the amount due for 1:1 run 104 N 104 tt I d 128 rt of. gal off8Et. U% 8 18 Charley. IIlyleR 1.89 Vo. ,6624.\Ih.'ER OF PUBLICATIONANO
f : ft W BEST of '
opposite' to the same together with all costs of such5dveru9ing beg ft to ptWOf Lot.19 of 8111. or AE\.6 U 6 II 10 Pauline Garcia. 11.68 : NOTICE TO Ai'l'KAK:
'eln 7. L. Harren a..hll..n tTATK OP KLfUllllA tot
rt "f a.u Bub-Dlv ;
of Lot 17 the N 378 ft Lae It 1 U Iattle Hunt a,07 larenc la. Foiitor whoi ral t
nJk a Oaha.an lance \Is I
Com at fiE Cor of Lot 111 Aaron :lenklne a.14 Sub.Dly and address unknown; I
It I II Samson lou are required to
White 1.01 appear on
S. T. R. Amt. TaxcnOc :'fr rD'gNthencet:: ; tuna: f\ N'4 W of 50 8WV4 It of NE', Ex, June 16 1941. In the above, named

kion Acres Owner Costs. It 240 8 It N 102 It E UO Corn At 8W C..r nf NWq22 II U 80 Daniel Letterman 1,07of :'.tt".d: ':': ,11 caue iroe,, Wradfo"d wherein: Jvwiuy pialn-: t I

9 ", B 102 It to pt of b'lf C.lla S\V\4 run E 460 ft Telegraph "Hull publleh. I this Order
I SW'i 1ft 15 Com at 8W ("or Duncan 1.33 for '
of 339f ( Unknown 1.17 of Blk n pt .f bee thence run In next four weekly: Issues.
ivr s1i;; of 120 American Tung; Grovar & run N 274 f\ for a pt N J'0 ft FI fiO ft H AVItnesa fuy hand. anil official' ; 1
NE:'"w & ; as t 19 Ino. 26.20 I of SO beg thence run IV 200 rt W 10 ft to pt of .eal 1 at iStarke, Klorldu, this May
tt N hog
; ot 102 tt E 80 ft 8 II Henry Bryant .6I! 10 1947.tOFFE'IAT.. ,
S SWlE3 t
It J02
rt to lot In
\... acy: One Pt of hag Duncan It r.feCluton a.83 O'.e.: NWy4 t SEAL) A. J. Thomas. ,
a.436 Lot
-.j: j SO 160 Haiel .W. Rauleraoa 38.48 106 rt N & 1:1 by deacribed to Daod t A.* Clerk uf auUI Court.' .
,r'sl"fI'IN'4 n8. 210ftIc & W In NW' nook 60. page. 11 II 8 II Jack WIIIIRmll 389 Ily' Lucille. C. (Conner I'. C.
Cur On
,Ek: t of BIle 21 1. L 1 lot In NWI44 Io.f AWt'' J. H.II..rrl..nn. Law Exchange Pldsj.,
s:1, eEYt I of.- J 23: 205 J. J. Moody a.40 Bile Cor 2t Ex 14 A In NW tlRrren 8.43 Itonko6n I page ;Pt nee,\ Jacksonville, Fla.

,t kWatE'4 1. T.. }"rr..n 9.10 23 8 13 Irene Mitchell 8.01 Ally for rif. B-16 4t I
10 80 Cheater Lot SWy! tlf NW'4 of
1 6 Moody If.n J. W. Barber 1.09 W4v4 -
NEbg Lot A. ; 2 3
8 II 8 C. n. Johnson U.
;4 of 8E'k s, 10 18 I. L. Merrltcf or Lot 57 Unknown 11.01 w 8.4 of NW'"' of NE"' stvwJw, 1:11: CIRCUIT (,01'1'. nRADFOHUroi'NrV.
2 .87 Ono Lot In NW Cor of Lot J. W. Barb..r 1.86 A all WIj ot HWh o} -ae7..ekw, -_ PLtRIDAI IN CHAN

a6;; S of lIar SO ?S IL. MerrItt 68 le"rl'lb.d a. follow. NE',! N of n. & all ES4 f r"-J "_.... ., .- "'R KY.
l1 1.72 ..
Corn at NE Cor of Lot 1 ... 'I or 2114'4' of NWL4 N or ___Y. ,. ,. .. Edith Haran, Plaintiff, v.*. James '
NE1k' of P.'Ik 'r ltd UulHtl, J..fo'hl"nt.' Cape Nn, &831. '
S" of VII I 10 2S Fonnle Crews 8.21 13 A: rUn N 1011 .& N'4 of SEy of + +a7wp8M
100 fl N N' U 8 II
811 Unknown 1.,31\
1174 va'W' 8& N% of13 I XO 80 W. V. Lasenby 1.40 S A9 ft of N" 274 ft of Lot L-nkno..n 1.82 :11'14N1b nf of NlstL RRI,of AW y4 0,14 8 18 40 .... F. Flume 11.01 STATE ANn NOT1CF1 OK FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: James.

In 8 Ott', 8ub DIV I NEC' Haran, whoa.i reeldmiu. I.I unknown.

;E4'kNgyt; : ofU 8 SO C2 W. n. Lasanby 1.43 W tev 80 See rt ,of, 23 N, 24 110.E2l.aw- II U Joe King I.U tYrPi1: NE',. ..f SEt4 OfU n 8 13 8 A. n. Moore IU June You U are 11147.required' 1 In to the appear atiov on
ft or 8 13
II Unknown i3,6Tltu Court"
sSIt A E% of15 6 SO 120 Empire Lumber Co. 1995 Lot 8 Ott' 8l1b.Dlv E .' W 90 rt nt N 1011 ft or named. and cause, whereinPlaintiff

6 20 40 T. J. Alderman 691 T.nwtey Pees' 23. 2.. 25 28 II 23 Alexander. Tucker I.U ,I..orR\V\:;: of $;R'1 ofU Telegraph socks divorce shall Bradford
SW publish' 'this
15 20 20 L. II. Oreen of N1-J'. k RI!; ot /0 8 II Eugene Bunter 369
6 1.20 l> >T In
E r>r neat four weekly banes
r 8W V, SEV) nf NW'. & I-J 4 176 rt of N 106 rt nf ,
Town ori Ernest A of SW'. of ,.:1. of :NW4 of SE'. Witness my hand, and official
a 24 8 SO Mabrey 1.44 N1IVy or24 or :NF.'i. seal at Htarke, Florida, this May
6 23 6. O. ., 28 8 U O. If. Little 8101
M. William 44/1/ N. 1047
'i'i 9, H' NEIoot NE'of NIV'', 24 Coin nt N J ('nr of 'VI.o! nf 'OFFICIAL
ote II 23 10 C. C. OUM..r 3.14 ( BRAD A. j. Thomas
E ft PR44 of ,
[Ink 8' &f ? tON of 8E4! of Nt:14. & run W' ,
As Clerk fit Court.
L of SWH25 176 ft for ssld '
k01k ? R tLotf''an 8P.1. of 1 5 n 1 Ned Berry. 1.31\\ thence run a"pt of :bag .1. 8. HnrrlHon. Law. Exchange IIMu.
W'Io of SVV! 8f N
25 .
II 22
r 10 John Allen 8.11 JarksnnvllM, Florida.Ally .
J-ot Na All Ey4 of PW44: of Nltrt,, : r.lnftl'tJo'f; 60 fl 1'1 10518 for TIL 684t 6.80Iv I
o M of old bog
rf r2324 SO Unknown Road 1.1 Kit S : 8 n W. A. Cook. 7.44
6 "b
80 American 7.73 830 ft & NWVt of SK'i Wl.o of III:"., or 11194: nf I
28 6 SO Tung Graves of NWM: Ex about 2M NE', FJ s W 66 ft Re rinrrir COURT. PII"n"ORD
145 American 1447 A In SW ( r. 10 96 ft Eor2. COUNTY FL.UHIIIAI IN CIIA.N.tK.HV. .
10 80 Tung Groves 'or A NK'-i' of 8 U a Unknown 14.18 :
U 8 Inc. SEV of NW',; Kx N 34S .' One lot about 22 ft wli. .
t 20 American 14.34 rtV of Htmd 28 B 23 E & IV by 1115 ft N & .'..5'l, Ira. h., Norton. Plaintiff va. Bertha
Inc Tune Groves All SR'4 of HW'i' of NWV4 18 J. T. Reddish .. 8.42 R bounded 1 on 1hy W.I.I..r Norton liefendiint Can No. 6611. I
.11 30 8 10 415 E of Itnad A 8V4 of SK'/t lit on the II by 'lend onDER OF PUBLICATION ,

I4 s of NWV W of Ity 26 B 22 23 Abner ''f" of Marahnll; the'IV": AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR
TarbroughB 2 401 .
eof Lot NV4 of SEVt of S\V> by Rllenx I r 'r STATE OF PLXtllinA to! Bertha
31 a 10 840 American 'Tuns Groves All;; of Rv / 26 the N bvrllkI5"I.; T. 1.:10': .' Norton whone reililenna.. 'Is,: 181
Inc. 144.00 8 23 13 loU Little 1.1/\1 / A ("0'. Mtiln ,
of SE',4 of SW 4 A Add 24 6 13oniniv Unknown JOS84fl Street ThnnisNtnn. Conn.
A NWI of H 420 ft of 8W'. of Ton ar* appear on I
1 .
EL' .*.!. TONY nv ;11.lre1nto
Of 8WU Ex 2 A NTARKM as <) :'J2 .Tun. 0. i the above
.f to Mrs.
i 94 NENI/W 380 American Tuns Groves Sturkey Lot 1 of Illk 1 A land K named. court aad cause, wherein.
Sttly\ & W 6 lit ,Inc.f 78 OH N 4 A of 8EU Of 26 B 22 93 lola Little. 241 of Lot to St. W. R. Alvares. plaintiff seeks dlviiroe. Bradford '
a83 6 SO .40 ,Earl Green 283 nf MWU S\VM Lots. 6, 8, of Elk 13 Ioula Shafkln 869 I I'minty Telegraph shall niibll.h this i
w, SWy & NWV4' offJWM\ of 16 6 22 4 )fr". Bertha. StuckeyB 1.5ft Lot 'I. f"t of Elk nx Order In. next four weekly: Untie. *.
.f SEl} A
S't. 80 Alfred Thomas 356 ,.
8 10 Wllnes .
33 u H SW4! of .ro Carl Rltch 611 > my hand and offlolal
'! S\\'L, ofa wtf8OfftHEnJ.. 20\ 23 10270 ft of Lot 2 of Elk Rent' ut Stark, Florida. tills May 6,
; 4''IN' 8W 13 Unknown 8.44 J.. Fred Guy 8151Mri. 1941.
River Lot 469f1nNW4 of law nWw 27 II 22 I0 W. n. Edwards, Jr. 1.84 Blk 29 ns extended on EnKey's (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
Sew Lots 10 11 29 11,23 10 Floyd Cain .99 Map Ex, H 100 ft A. Clerk of said. Court.
that portion 5 E Of 26, 21. & Ik'421'0< Lot 23, & I Kx, 1Nfl: ft Thelma LarantauX 161 By Lucille:! C. Conner D. C
Vl of See 4 5 Earl Green S,97 24 In Wood Com .at NW ('or of nile J. H Mai rtmiii., Law fazcIlUlge, HM.. I
Hole Road 6 1 10 80 American Tung Groves SH of Lot 9 A wn all Lot 24 80 B 23 81 }. M. Norman 173 30 A run a 123 ft for apt .faiknnnvllln. ,, Florldii.. [
I\"L, / m \Vondlnwn of .hog. 'thence con- All)'. for 1lf. 5-D 4t t-80 ,
of 2 American Tun* Oil 51111w16.0PW'a Lot.* 44, 64 In Wnodlnwn 81 B 23 It Lloyd M Moor 870 dons H A3 ft E 212 ft
SIR 'Corner 8 7 II) Inc. 3471 Lot. 5'. Si A W% of Lot 81 6 23 20 George Motley .73 N TiO ft W 213 ft to pt IN nnri'ir' fnTirr. niiAnFnnnfOI
r 7 20 10 American Tuna Oil Mills, 60 r>f hog Richard T. Jones lit :%'!'\-, Fl.Ollllltl>> IN: ('IIAN.I ,
S Woorilawn.
..WIof 5"1'! Inc. 415 Lots. 2* 31 B 23 211'dn.\ ..> f,. Bntrher. 8914 Com at SW' Cor nf Mndl- 'KIIV.Katbl .
27. In Wondlawn. 32 B 22 80 Win Crawford .91 Non A !tRY RIs' A run H .>.i-n N. VVHN, I'lulntlff. "... HM-:
trl Pik 5 EX W. 20 Hnttle Melvin 177 Com: ; nE "NW., >A of.-.r-I'-. 't., .. 33 6 23 20 Pinkie Johnson 374 216 ft for a lit nt heir ward .' VUHH, Defomlunl. Case No.
I Bard Clty U n or h enof thornrim W 10S fl Hro21v &811.
r Lot 23 "" i.otlli1 NWV, & rlln N a30 ft ;", ft H 105 ft N 63H! ORDER OF PURIFICATION

i1 of 111 k S, 8 7 110 C. C. Melvin 664 run fora I: pt Ot hog N r.Jhtn\V\ ft I in "pt of beg SS 6 23 HHIft W. Ilarltos 469 AND NOTICE! TO( APPEAR ,
Lot Elk 8TATI1 < IF 'I""IIIIt"
t' S of 2 of J. It..Innos l T-8irt.
8. "f Dlk 20 750 ft II 450 II to pt Mdwiiid! I'. VIIHH .
; 10 3. W. Thomas 11.80 Addition to Town whoa* rosldniui

"'Ihof' NW'% N of16 8 7 20 L. Z. Wllliamll 2.18 One of A beg In: Ev 8F linada('or of ,,",. 35 II 23 S Ibrty Hnmllt"n Otof nf Ktnrke 24 6 23 .Tn'k Frl.II.r 80.21 I It.ix:IH: 41renvt11 UK, tiruiinvlllu Army: Air 1I.11 't"h'l..1*.r O-,

7 20 NW it N1111 t
.! NE41 ,ofa,1 %18 7 110 8 L. 7.. Wllllam 868'Iv J'I'JJ.4 of of ot3G II 32 8faml.! .. Davis 1.81\\ Lots I. 4, of Itlk 8 ('Iyele Jlankeraon 800 You are ;'n.lre1"to appear on l
NII'4" Leta 1, 4 of Elk 9 A Lots .Inn, II. the nhovenamed

,:, 1 NFU Re'y.8. 8 f4ttJ;[ "rNR n'U II 23 2 Iola. Little. U3 .1, 4 of Elk 10 ohln IeStao I 126 court and eau., .wherein..
NW 'I H of 540 ft Lot I of Elk 11 Hope 1.Igetle 5D4I.ot plaintiff Honk illvurce./ l .adfont
,ell & all NE'4' NW'4 or NW'4 lying IVof 2 nf Irk 13 .1 W. lIohln..nll 1165 County Telegraph nhall. publish thl.* f
F. .f Branch & By I'x Cemetery & Lnt t of Iflk 17 Ilnmer, Wllllams 104' Order In next four weakly Inatie. *. ,
I EI.f;,. a A Rx itoal, 0(11 II 23 1 1. r.. trarr.n 1.3 Lot 1 A N 85 ft of Lot Witness my hnnd, and official
rV&EX1A, In One A In NW Cor 4 of Elk 31 Emma 1TuA'he. 1.24T. ....ftl at Mtarkw, Flmldu. this May 8,
18 7, 10 129 }T. E. Stokes'! 674IWI 8E II 23 1 1917.
n" tfO rllk Of35 1 Willard & Crawford 1.84SW .nt 2&Idiftof Lot :3
)( '. E't 1 A NU 88 American Tung 011 Mille' I I'S SE'1.! nf oak .16 10la Little' 1350 (OFFICIAL KEAL) A.J. Thomas,
7 110 Inc. 17.74 2 8 nRf1'4 120 Nelson. T. Green IA All l.nts 1 I. 2 nf elk 43 J"rlt Whttmnre .011 A. Clerk of said Court.
,d I I lose 10 A W 18 American Tunlr Oil Mills. of NE'2 8 23 40 Pearl Roblneon 8.01 WH\ of Hlk 47 J'lI1ml.: Hughes" 1.10 Sly Luollle C Banner D. C.
18 7 110 Inc. 7.84XWI The. N'4 of that portion K. .luhn Nelson, Ali Lynch Bids; [
!, & Nww22< of NEVo of 8'V that Litt\is'roV18I. HV A: tea AUDITION: 1'0 II'rUIKI'I &'1" 2:1: Jiicksmivtll":,; : ; Florldit t

7 10 80 C. C. Deer. 4.88 ilea. W of Road 13 N I2H ft of Lot 2 A Lot Ally for 1'lf. 6-B 4t 1-10 '
Chn, W 01 SRI ; E tea ft of N4 of NWI 9 A SH of Lot 4 of
or Sec. 25 run of llk :2 W. T. Weeks 6\ 84 I
I, 8W'4 a 8 23 23 Marcus Grlffl. 130 IN ciiidir ( oiiir. ollu..onl' ,
hoe S 20 Chna Ee All N'i of SIi of 1'11'4: F Lot II of Elk 12 VnknownUnknown' 4.41 COUNT[" FI.UIIII1A. IH ClltN
8 20 Chu to of ltd 13 it nil N(4 of Lot 12 AN 2-3 of Lot 13 ('11:11".
25.7, 20 80 L. n. Waters 11.17 8 68
111':'.. nf NF.4 FI nr ny & of Illk 13 Elate lirynnt. Plaintiff vs. WallerIh'yupt
fF.\ of NF' & 910E'4 1111 REV, E of Rv 8 II 22 11\1 N.hlon '1'. Green. 5411S'Jo Lots 5. 18 A S 9 ft of l l'd.'III".I. Pan No. 6 ..7.OliriKIl (

\ of"of N79V NW y4' 114 1 8 11 11 411 811 n.W. R.'1".RnRI.r Rr.nn.n 914NWLI of .8W'4pf NWL: 1._ 1 aa.ao. ELlaabelk A. 1iJ.slII'arcla 8.70 Lot oitr"I, I Illk 31 14 .' !,It-tvr.n;; :: 61 1:87 77Mr ANn NOTICU PltHiai'ATIOM' TO '

12 I 11 40 W. T. Brannen 8.01 ESWI'6 &sS3fgfofLNWV Lots 8, 4 of tlk 26 ,- .. Kale O. Andrew Lag STATE OF: FIXmiDA to! AI'i I 'f
RWI\ of NW% 15 0 11 14 Mattie Jane Morgan ..98NNq of 8EV4;; II A U U r'nkno..n IISC Lots 8 ik1'26I1. 9, 10, 11, 12, Balln 10.11i.ot. Walter Hryant. who. residence I I..* ,

& W4 09 n. NW'4 r, NESI 9 A U 40 Melvin' Orlrflll 1.10 nf Wn. 66 Went 116th Ht Apt 62, New ; ,
r NW% also I ('Om "'i' ?- All NV 1'1' or nil' TO A 123 RO N..nn, 1'. Green 11.01Ey I, 2. 12. 13. 14 of Earl Oenra-e. 6 94 York City. New York.
Corner of NWV .lryt. of SW'4 '0' NF1: 11 6 UlO: Unknown A 08Wf4 Elk :30 are |ulred to appear on ( '
y& run E 6 .. of 8WI. ot NE'It' 6 n 211 A. O. Roger. 3 liD Lute 1, 2 of Silk 32 Sire Edna Thomas 809 J"U 16 .HI: In the abuv named

link N 411 de- .----" -. ..... v N'* nf NW'4 11 6 12 RII Nelson. T. Green 11 01 I.nt of Illk H Ex '8 10 ..... Court .and ...u..., wherein. plain.
F. 20 IInll 'V 9 -- 112% of NE' of 8W. 11 d 23 10 Camera. 5104., Co 309W ft A, Lot between BlksII l tiff seeks dlvnroe. llradroM County '
Meer. 8 to b'lf- II : >,. ot NF.o' ot NF.V 12 6 II 10 Charley: I\rantl..x. 1 UWIi A E, N. J. Jones Addition Telegraph shall. piihllnh this.. OrderIn
'.0 2'ir A In SWr of 8WV of 8E'" 12 6 23 III Cameron Stove 8.n. 50') tn Hlnrk. U' 22 W, T. Clute 4094 next four weekly I........
of % ol8 Vr.18 5 It 19 W. C. Whitten Admr 11.699EI RWV of SEV4 6 40 H. A. Preeott, :Jr Lot S of nik 2 lltchway Witness my hand and[ official. I t
: A : BW4 of S1V4 U 6 n 40 John; Johnson HAll Addition to Htarke 28 9 22TKMPLKH N. J. Keene 1306 seal at Ularko' Florida. this May

rnor of AEI/4 of NW of SW'4 W of II. 1847
18 II 11 41 Drew Reddish 7.81 Ry % 15 6 U 9 John Dlggs, a.u AI>>ITK)V TO STARKHN 2H A 211 (OFFICIAL I REAL) A.J. Thomas

E of 'RIver & Com .t NW ('or nf $R'4!: 181k 1 34of A. A. Annls SI 63 A... f'lerk of ssld ('nurt.II '
t REV, Ec 4 A- nt NOW, & run E 910 ft EH' of Lot Lurill ('. Conner, I>. PH. .
a PE'4 S'IIEJ) S 1211 tt W 924 ft N EH of Lot i, 7, of FNk K. Perrynmn, Uturke, ..1....,
'mob & 120 ft tn beg 18 41 12 II lire. LI..h Clark 2,11 8 "" N. r'. Geiger 1 it Atty. fur l-lf. 5-16 4t 8-8 f t I
NEL. of SW'Io29 II 11 253 W C. WhItten, Admr 18.99'I S IRS yd. ot that portion a Lots i. 2. 3 nf Blk 20 A. W. Masters 1366 r

XWv & NW4 of SI'Jt,4, of NF'Io: that RIle W Ij nf HIlt 39 Kx: I Lot ,' NOTlif!
S 0' River 29 8 II 40:1. M. Connerew 496 E of Road. 13 18 8 22 II 1.1..1. L. Clark .... 5.94N N nf ltd nn W elilo, 60 -- e Notice Is hereby given that the
\ 01 SR'30! It 211 W. C. Whitten. Admr. ::20 118 ft af that. portion ft K AW by. 100 ft N > undHrHls-ned are enraged In huelnes
: 01 !RR1 I ao 5.-2L 211 C", ft Re John Rents nf 81'1\4' \ nf NR44 that A H reeks Addition tn is, under the fictitious nam of Itos [
F.of' NEV at II It 10 C' u'R..nt.. 21)7 Ilea E nf Road I 11 18 8:13: II Mr'R. Palll nnnnett 1.61 Htsrke 2S 6 22 Cerll Manning. ,. 7,14L. ler Mrothers flue. Company at Call I
\\\'L.. 01 !OW'4 1 e It 20 C": R.: Alv.us N 4 A of w4 of NW% Lot 9 AS ID ft of Lot. -d- Ht Hlarka.' Flu and Intend to rag.
.\\ ', oft RWV 1 8 It 20 E. 2' Thomas nf 81'i' % 16 8 83 4 Wllhur Hunter 8.29 13. 14 nf Klk .15, Pecks Inter the; said flctltUius, name In the
8Wl! & 84 or N 8 A of WIi of Addition to Stiirke 24 6 21 If Harper 1.701IIK Of floe. of the cinrk of the r'lroult
0' E'1r nf SEVRR NW'* ot OE'" 18 8 22 4 Corrie Hunl..r. 3,20S One Lot N nf IllKhwnvBO / Court of lirniirord County Flit. I
: of: apt'of 1.111 1-3 ..r N 13 A of 'V4 ft fI: : W by 100 ft 'r Jitmes' II. llusler one-haif Inter
4::l s'W 1 8 It 38 n. U. Parmenter of N'V'Io' of SF 41 18 8 22 4 Eva 1te01nnl. 3.39N4 N.. A H !In SW Cnr of eNl :,

w4 or n8. 8.8 l'u.cyf 'V of. .. .. Ztt I'HHKS AddlLlon Marvin K. Rosier. one-half Inter.
R I! A or E'AI uS to RtarkeEH fK.. Green S.95
169vEV er'. a ZJ 1 Ollie Cannier '.'3 13 6 S3 et.
.t Bw'1 8 It U 1Ifr.. Edna Tfarley "4 A54nf WHof* NWV,16 of Lnts I 19 3. of Elk 6-16 4t 6-6

2 a 11 80 J. Willard Alvarez 1,319Et4 of SEH: 18 6 22 4 Cleveland Hunter. 3.39 2 WynnV: 'A'ddltlon to
: Ex 14 A. All NEV of 8EV4' E of Starke 38 6 12 Jim Forest 8017 IN fiiirnir'' ( MHT. nntnrnnn>> J
'nr S 0' na & 1.80 Rnad 18 d 22 25 John Dices U.9f\ Lot 2 of Hlk 33 J. M. C'OI''I'Y'' ""OIIlU". IN CHINniiv. -
NW'4! nf REV', I 6 11 119 Hugh H. Alvares SWV\ Of Btk S N of R 3W Johns Addition I to <' ,
SN': of RoadNEy4. 118I Temples Sub-niv. 18-21 6 23 2 Palmer. Williams 1.29 Stark. 26 1 21 Mary B. Malone" 169 James' 11 ., Plaintiff, vs.Flnrenr .
I 8 11 I Julia Fryer 8EV of 8W*. Lot 8 of Elk S, rilv Park i Dufsndant
S'1r ot SW'/ 8MNWfV "n 6 23 5 Unknown 624 Hub-DIv W. A: C'. Add Cass No 5611.OltrElt '
J 3 8n: 8 n. h1 Alvarez. :Jr ,87u N 330 ft of that portionof to Stark. 18 1 11 J. 11.:. Nick I* Ill : OF Pl'HLICATIONANII
t4 NW'4' & NEW of NWV PJ of Lots 33. 34. 38. of Plk 8R. NOTICB TO APPEAR
t., % a 8 it 80 'C" HOW tehlneon. 1 40 Rd I A N: 330 ft of NWV, Starke STATE OF FIX1KIDA to:
%. a 8 11 to RII.sell Norman 8.10 of NE% 17 6 S3 11 Dennis Smith 199 to 31 1 12 Mr. A. M. Mlxon 580 Mr Florence Mbull Irwlnr "irho" **
!IF.v, '& 1I4': ofNy I NH of a 550 ft of that SH of lot 4 of Elk 12 renldsnce; and .ddrs In: 644 Fll-
..I SEV4 II a It 1O Willie H. Andrewa 1,911, portion of E 3-4 of riasklns Addition to morn Ml., t Edward Ilaldwln.. .
PFI.\: 10 e 11 40 C. C. Croab78W44 SWV. nf SEV' that lies Starke. 13 8 II Floyd Green 6 48 Ittverslde, N.w Jersey
NEV4 of W nf !M 48 17 a is 4 Lacy Afobley 1.78 Blk 1 13 Ex, Ill(, of Lot 4 You are required. to appear on
11 a It 10 Joeepbine Edwards. E.t. 13.43IE" EH Of SE"i of NWVi Ex, Oasklns Addition to Jun. 14. 1947. In the above named
4Ex 1A1WV W 18 6 21l 19 Elliott TysmH 1.11 Stark 31 8 23 Floyd Green 1136S Court and cause, wherein I
13 8 It a. Fr&8l.r Kelley. 11. w fl A of SH of awvi ofawvi Com at NW Cor of NWV, tiff **eks 41,," c.. lirsdforn] County ':
U 8 11 to Floyd Croeb U II l 22 Z. n Kawyer 2 17 nf HK<4 A run E Sal ft Telegraph shall ptlbllnh this OrderIn
8W", A: N1i of 13,96n8. WVi of NWV of SEVi 18 6 23 10 Unknown 1.87 for a pt of beg thence j next four weekly Issues.Wltnes .
It a 11 10 S. A. S. McKlnne A strip too ft wide across run fl CAT ft K: 617 ft my band and official.
IIlk 10. Bampl S end. of WH of NEiV. N 294 ft thence Northerly seal' .at Htark, Florida, tills May
4 1 11 3. A. :J. McKinney 1.03Alk of E of Rd 20 fl 22 1 Llndney Orlffls MS 70 1-4 d.sr.., W .' t. IU1. tIIJII'VII'AL
11. 8amp- I.OT'I E 78K Eft of R 644\ ft ofSEV 318 ft thence. W nn H HEAL! ) A. J. Thomas,
., 4 T .It Lem Brown of NWVi Ex 1 sq. Hea line 34* ft to pt As Clerk of said Court.
.20 A In SW Cor 21Lota 6 23 1 O. 8. BrsdleyIT. 169 nf her 29 1 11 Carl Johns 1341 My Luclllo C. Conner U.>> C.
'. of NEV4qof 2. 6. 9, 1*. af '.- Com at HW Cor of Madison T Frank Landrum. Htarke, rl.1
10 1 It 4 O. O. araves. 6AAttt8F.V Elk 1 l'sJ'n; Acres A Myrtle Sts A run Ally for Plf. B-I4 4t
\ 1, It 4O.J. A. J. McKinney, Sr. ,66I 5ub-DIv. It 6 13 A. Manas 151 W 110. ft H (10 I ft for apt -

0 : W of21 Lots i. 2. 4. 7. A. 9. 10. of beg thence run W !N OTIC>> 'K OF APPIICATIAM 'FOR
I lot tn 81ade I9,9j 210 ft H 110' ft E: 110
NE: Cor It 7 11 17 Wm nf IPIk 2. Sunny AcresSubDIv. 1'1[ ltf.tr.ltHill : >
,.... 1'x': 2t 23 K. A. Manasss. 7.06 ft N 210 ft to pt ofW 1,... Nf. IIItl2
r .. Pt' Road In25 7' 11 18 Henry n. Barr 1.110 Lots 1. t. 8, 4. 8. 6. of hag 21 6 22 1 tl. C. Holtstndorf 774M NOTICE IH IIUKEIIV: OIVIN.: thai
01 SF.t, W IIf Ry nik 8 Sunny: Acres Sub 'H of NWVi of HEV: J. n. How the holder of the following -
In SF Car of \ Blk" 8 21 K. A. Manama. 830 Ex, N 1A\ 30 6 12 Willie Lucas 139 certificates has filed siililcertlfluate

'f SF. 19.1 11 8 ::.rr.. L. C. SmIth t.31 LoViV'l. 2. 0. 10. of 8H of 8BV: nf VW" a'rI'lN" .* for .* tau. : deedo l be.
In RW14 nf NE'.' Acres Sub- NWVi of NEST, of
4 Sunny Issued' thereon. The certificate' I
nr4.4 I In Deed :'IV 8 22 If. A. Manaasa 101 NSW It 1 11 10 Ann McRa Parker 1.44 numbers and years of Issuance, the 1
8.4 Pare lot It 7 It lIfr. Allne' Call I IfS Com at NW Cor of NEV "". of NWVi 1 Ex S A In description of let property and I
'R'4" nf E 434 ft sw ror .A Ex :2 A In
NW14 R nf 8W% A run the name. In which It was a.**..*..
I94 nf RW14 II 4 ,21 40 Mra 11 T. Rltcht 8,81 for a pi of her thenre NE for 12 1 22 11 Gus McCashlon 141 are a. followa:
28 l.au lit, One Lot .. recorded In 47 Issuance
I Certificate No. rear of
eWE243s fttNE
a'nr'41awn 10 8 12 15 Anal! E. Griffis 4.91 179 ft : if Peed Book 8O Pave 434 32 1 22VH King Chandler 167 Jun I, A. I), I94(. -
rat T. 4 Ex, Ry ft to pt of be 21 S I Oscar Wright. 117 of row;', rs"SEV4 Ex Description of Property of
14 In Wondlawn. 11 II 12 10 Aaron Weater 1300 Gee 3A an E sld* of A II about variouspersons I 8H of NKVi of HWI4 A H'4 PJ"f'NAW'( '
'l' Es A tract. formerly ownedt.v 32'om 1 11 10 Victoria Mack 191 nf HKVi ".".. 8, Townbl. 6 South
W ; :
Cor ::ttI C. Ooodwlno In at BB Cm of NWti
p. liana* 33 East, euntalnlntf 1ft acres
In r.nt of of HKVi A run N 304 8ft
U W of NH of NEH mor or less. J
k'nndlawn n 8 II IT Arch D. McCartne 12'01 hounded; N by.Wm 1It Hall\ for a f' of bag thencerun Nam. In which Mssssaed Elisabeth ,
e Wnndlnwn 13 1 13 10 Thelma Harris ; g S by Snrsh Scott 11 9 23 1 Clarence Covlnvtan 141 W 278 ft N U9 ft 'I Itoblnson Ret
In Wondlawn 10 A. F. Tyre 2.54A Com at 8W CorA of a 12 / ':' Wondlawn U :. n 20 Aaron; WeilerWondlawn 9,11St tract formerly ownedby of !>.* 33 6 11 1 Cap Chandler 117 County of Ilradford, State of JrlorI -
:Jr'. Lots 6. 7, of nik 8. I.ln-
14 I 13 JII W H Fdward' 480Re f C. Goodwin A: I I ida. C
.n Won ".' all Lots call land to SE Cor W 32! 1 12 Unknown 1980Unknown shall b* redeemed I ."cnrdIn. -
r MI onlawn 111 8 12 U 1"e" Thompson I.n of Sarah ."..nlt'.' land 9 Lot 1IIr Rile 1\\ Lincolnri to law the property described "I/
4' w" : I II 10 P. D. Johns W about 168 I ;y SH of "EV W of In such certificate' or certlflusts I f
t 'nd .111 variation a Lots' 82 8 U 117 will I sold la the' highest bidIl
'r postNEMnof 4 of Silk 8 Lincoln .tb :
16 u. u 14"n NW to & der the court house door on the
;"'I''n'' 111 II I' DA S.D. Gaskins SWVi. In Temples Sub .. Citv HH, of SK'-i first Monday. In the month of July. t
Woodlawn lit 1 II 10 n. 10. Watkins ,1.54a Plv 11 12S'2, 0.0.' IIoreO.. 177 Lots W of 1. 7 Ry of Blk *. Lin.12 6 13 Bam Petterman 163Annette 1947 which Is the 7th., day of July

" ,'kL'I'WTF.T WEST! or R.ILRO'D st; II 7JJ. Com Hlk at 6 PI S K!:of Cor R of 8 W WH Tim-of coin City SH of SEV I3/T.Inited this 24th day of M.... 1947. J
. T. ReddlRh 179k plea Sub-DIV A: run N W of Ry 13 1 11 1161 (OFFICIAL SEAL. ) A. J. Thomas
.0' Btle 1 ltaml. Lou Edwards 241t t* ft line of NEVi of Lots 4. "nf Rlk 16 Lin-' (lerk. of Circuit Court of IIrad'ori:
Edwards coin city BH of HEV.;:
i Man.l. Lou 1.10 5 W Lt..ne.* continue County FlorM -11 41 4-18 ,
: 4..f Smith W of Ry 13 6 11 Oeora-la Allen 137
Elk C.
U N.llle of
N 155 ft for a pt beg

.'1Alk" DIIt& Lots> I, p..aeb..r ey el50n. 250" 116 thence ft W run 60 E ft 60 8 ft I IIr1tt N Com 38 .A at run NW K:Par 178 of ft deo fora ATHLETES FOOT ITCH

, Lot 7 .1. R. 1 11 Ralelch Strickland 119 pt of beg thence run
n to pt
lIP J. T. Reddleh 6 nf b11'1'"rt"U; It 104 ft F 166 ft N NOT HARD TO KILLIN

ln'R ,"WT1CT lit OJ' BY. .ECS. Ell 4.4.D.nlfl.14 1U. 94 :&II S 22 1.U of Reno NEVi Sub-DIv of 8F.$8.r&8WU W Ij of 1116 bet ft W 110 ft to Pt 31 6 11 Mrs. Lie.I Clark 149Three ONE HOUR,

:l0A r..r r 101,01p17 of BEi. of BEVi II' 11 Ed Stone 167 A In SW Cor W ofAw4 of U aol pl.. ..... reuv IN beet at an, rag I
of NWVi\
.. ft Lot '. Elk 21. North Reno 11 11it Lausjsnla Hmltli ..e r.. .r-Ib. W'K'If? enrteWe. .r.- +

ii 18.ee run I N 117to W 1.13 NEVi Sub' -DIV of ftEU In 8WV4 A! WVi of! 8WV4\ of 11:% n 40 J. r. Hasen 111; :...5o:o.r'm.. t. 12184 ygxgr'Rla. Ise aii;

pt oflbegt John Orlffln of 8EK!: of 8CV.: II' 11 D. EL KaUrfct 1.61 (Continued on page 10) Today s>t Caoov Fhinamcy1'


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y I 1 IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORDCOUNTY. NOTICB Rstella Bradley" whose residence Is: -
Description S. T. R. Arrm Owner & Costs .FLORIDA ( Amt. Taxes CF.RY.. undersigned are engaged In business You are required to appear on
t Marry, Plaintiff vs. under the fictitious name. of June 23, 1947 In the above named THE FACT
' ) t NE'4 of SW% 34 6 13 40 Mrb. Mam Geiger 11.01 RIchard O. Marry, Dafendant. tease The Waaheterla' at ill Temple Ave, Court and cause wherein plaintiff IS [b CENEEpJ
Iris 4 ; Com 220 ft rf II'DmI I01' \\. No. 6868, Htarke, Bradford County Florida, .e.kll. divorce. Bradford County ,
S (' of NPJVi: ot Nvt "<' ORDER OF- PUBLICATION and Intend to register the said fictitious TelSffraph shall .t'Ur..lIt: : : Order
ft run S! 210 ft R hi' AND NOTICE TO APPEAR! name In the Office of the In next four .
f ft N 210 ft W 420 ft BTATH OF FLORIDA to: Richard Clerk of the circuit Court of Bradford Witness my hand and official seal
to Rag 34 6 33 2 Ruby Alvaras. 9.68 O' Merry whoaa residence la, % County, Fla. at Htarke, Florida, thl. May ti,
1. Ten> A In SW Cor of 3 Ilussell McKaa 140 Mrs J. J. Thomas, 1T43 Melrose 13. 19, Henderson; half InterestC. 1 47.
:NWH of 8W(4( 14 9 11 Street, Chicago Illlnola. J. Cruce, half Interest (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
N III ft of HWft\ .of SWM You are required to appear on 1-33 41. 8-U As Clerk of said Court. '
' .,It portion N of Rv 34 8 it 7 J. Hardenbrnntc 1. Juno 21 1947, In the above named. By Lucille C. Conner, D. C.
! 1 d SW' ", tit NWV of SW'/i' 34 6 U 10 John II. Urlffls, Et AI ,.9dq Court and cause wherein plaintiff Martin J. Pearl 803 Graham Bldgr.
q Lot > of rilk 1 ,Hecurity seeks divorce. Bradford CountyTelenraprt iv cmri'iT roi RT IU AI>FOIIUCOIIVTY. Jacksonville Fla. I' r I
1 H.......lie In NW'/t of shall publish thla OrderIn : FLORIDA IV' CII4VJamea tty. for Plf. B-33 4t 6-13
1 33 8 23S3 Unknown 8.98E9001nlNWofNEy next four weakly laauaa. l'F'Y' AhN.
Witness my hand and official Thomas Kretder Plaintiff
N of Oo nrwloj Kd 91 8 24 Edgar Ullsson 624 "Seal' at Stark.., Florida this May vs. Cora. Elisabeth Krelder Defendant iv' niter (roritT im.\i>Fonn4OI'VTY
323.401 NW"/t of NWti' 21. 1947 Cliee No. 6645ORDKR ..LOIIIIJA. IV CH,ll! *
A WMi of .%*i4of NWM, 36JIWV 8 22 60'Mary. B. Maloney 1194r OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas, OF PUBLICATIONAND C'1o:1I: Y*
of liv-! 98HI5V. 6 23 40 A.... Hunter r.94 A. Clark of said Court. NOTICE TO APPEAR EdwardA. Brunette Plaintiff vs.
of NBU, Of NB": 3 7 23 10 Mickey Martin 2.40 fly Lucllla C. Conner D. C. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Barbara A. Brunette Defendant.Case .
Com .Ht NB .,n. of HW' >4 Zurh. II. Douglas. Ualnpavllla, Fla. Cora Elisabeth Krelder whose residence No. 6826.
( SIy of W' S RIO Atty. for Flf. 5-33 4t -13 and address. Is Koute I, Union ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND .
086 Wnt City, Pa. ,
'I thence N along) ltd to You are required to appear on STATE! OF FLORIDA to: ems,
V, H Llne> tbenra K iv CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD June 1H, 1947, In the above named Barbara Brunette whose residence yf rrA....
,;t 915 t.Ot beg '3 7 22 10 8. R. Smith 7.44 rni'NTV. FLOIIIOAl IN CHAN!\ Court seeks and cause, wherein. plaintiff and address Is: 73 Slgoney ,
divorce. Bradford County
Com at NW !W/i C3atY. Street Hartford Connecticut;
<>f NW/ ..rolIf 3 . 6 ft for a pt of be*" Clalbnrna R. HunHUcker. Defendant. In next four weekly Issues, June 16 1947 In the Above named. CAN GO 120 MILES PER
1 ti4 thence run W BUS ft to Caaa No. C6S9.OHDBIt Witness my hand and official Court .and cause wherein plaintiff HOI
r Rd thence H HIS ft K: OP PUBLICATION seal at Starke, Florida this May seeks divorce. Bradford County
574 ft N 101 ft to pt ANn NOTICE) TO APPEAR 16. 1947. Telegraph" shall publish this Order NEW DIESEL ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE BUILT BVm
b of bee 3 7 23 1 Emory T. Reynolds 200 STATE OF FLORIDA to: Clal- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, 'n next four weekly Issues.
s.8 Com .at NI3 Cor of 8WVt borne It ,Hun""ker. whoaa reil- As Clerk, of said Court. Witness. my hand and olrlel..1A""I ELECTRIC AND ALCO IS DESIGNED TO) OPe
''t of NWVi\ A run 8 70S ttavft Hy Lucllla C. (Conner D. C. at Starke Florida this May
dense In. 221 North Case. Avenue Frank Fla., ONE
$ + for of beg thence T. Landrum, Htarke, 12, 1947. M/LUOfl/ MIl.ES
Pontiac. MI4>lgan.
r run 674 ft tn Rd You are laqulred" tn appear on Atty. for Plf. 5-18 4t 6-t) (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,

thencn S 108 ft W lilt lane 23, 1947 In tha above named As Clerk of said Court. WITHOUT MAJOR OVERHAUL LIKE THE
ft N 108 ft to pt of bea3 7 23 1 J. II. Kirkland 2.49 Court and cause, wherein plaintiff IV. All SWVi of NWW\ W of seeks divorce. Bradford County <<.O..TY. FLORII). IV IIIA>- E. John Nelson 204 Lynch Bldr., BOMBERS IT HAS A G-E TURSO-SUPE
,; 4 fid 3 1 32 23 J. W. McCall 1.61 Telegraph .hall publish this Order IKRY.Yancey Jacksonville Fla., ,
!<. u N% of NRV: Kx 4 3-4 A In next four weekly luu..,. C. O'RIley Plaintiff vsKxtelle Atty. for Plf. 5-16 4t 8-8
N H of dirt ltd A W of Wltn." my hand and official D. O'lUley, Defendant. Case
hard nil 4 7 83 7H Mrs. A. A. Williamson 27.41 seal at 8tnrk, [Florida this May No. 503!).
1,54f, NWV of ElF:'V, NR"i 4 7 a3 6 Lydia Collins. 1.77 21. 19tT.' ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD FLUORESCE
1 HWV4\ \\4 or NK'/i' 4 7 U 30 K. If Reagan. 7.09 Aa Clerk of said Court. 8TATK OF FLORIDA to:. CKKY.
NKVS of Nfi / of NWV 4 7 U 10 Ma Uiill r .77 nv Lucille. C. Conner D. C. Ratelle D O'niley whose residence Mae Sue Battles. Plaintiff vs. Tom. LIGHTS Ha
NWfc of HEli: 4 7 23 40.1. C. Udmondson. 1.63 Zach I(. Douglas. Galnenvlllo, Fla. In unknown; mla Edward. Battles, Defendant.
r The N 165 ft of that Portion Case. No. 6660.ORDER .
for Pit. S-33 4t (-13
Atty. You are required to on
d a of NW", lyln E3-of Kd IB 7 U "n. E Knight 8.00 June' 18, 1947. In the above named! __AND NOTICE TO APPEAR /
a WV4 of 8WV4 of NWV, 10 7 22 20 Va.on Fnreylh .99 IN CIRCUIT COURT BRAnroni. C Dort and cause. wherein plaintlif STATE OF FLORIDA to: Tommie CONTRIBUTE
WK&\ of NBV. of SKVf! 10 1 U 10 Lao Urlffle. .88 COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANTKRV. ; -. seeks dlvorca.shall Bradford. CountTelegraph y,, Edward Battles. whose residence Is s. r To
/ publish this Orde
All unknown.You .
NW'4 of SlllVi W of AND
hard Road. 10 1 22 8 John Warren 118 Betty H. Laudarback Heath Plain. In next four weekly 'Issues.Wltnesa are required to appear on LUXURIANT*!
All that portion of Stt tiff v.... William Clarence Heath, my hand and officialseal !I June 33rd. 1947, la the above namedCourt T
of BKV4\ of HBVi! \ W ofBWy Defendant Case No. 5863. at Starke, Florida this May and cause, wherein plaintiff
nd '7 23 10 E..rle Thornton 2.87f ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND 14. 1947. seeks dlvoroe. Bradford County UK6 TNESEA E
of NWVi E.. 10 A NOTICE TO } (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,, Telegraph publish this OrderIn i '
In NH 'or 21 '7 22 8T./ J. Alderman t.17 STATE OF* frF nllamt'r..ter.h'unr As Clerk of said Court. next lI.rh weakly Issues. 10,000 DIFFERS
n RH> of HEV of Nre% 28 1 83 20 Ceifue lo'rl..on. 1.86 resident, Hy Lucille C. Conner, D. C.Kuch Witness my hand and official /
Lot 6 Mt Vernnn 8uh-Dly and :: ;: \ : gn.: for H. Douglas. Gainesville. Fla, seal at Starke Florida this May KNDSMACSiWNS

SF I I ,, .1 \ of NWVi of NRVi N of You are required to appear on Ally Plf. 6-18 4t 6-6 16th, 1047.OFFICIAL. GENERAL ELECT
N Ja Hampton/ A T h e reima June 33, 1947. In the above named ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, I
Lot" 29! 7 II T. J. Alderman 1.07 Court and cause, wherein plaintiff iv CIRCUIT roi RT, BRADFORDCOIIVTV As Clerk of said Court. I a EVERY LIGHTING
II, Mt. Vernon Sob naeka divorce and restoration o f FLOItlUA. 4.11JV By Lucllla C. Conner D. C.
Div of CBIiY. Martin J. Penrl 803 Oraham Bldff
NWVt of NRVi" maiden name Bradford Count .
N of Hampton & The- Telegraph ahall publlHh this Order Norman d. Smith Plaintiff, vs Jacksonville. Pla.Atty '
r.aha lid 29 1 U T. J. Alderman 1.07 'n next four weekly Inaues. No.Grace 6640.L, Smith Defendant. Case for Plf. 5-23 4t 6-13
Lot 14 Hub-niv of NM of Witness my hand. and official
a iV 1 NKVi" of NWVI\ 291.0IB 7, U 1 Frank Smith I.U peal. at Starke, Florida this May 33, ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO : / #3000
6. 6. 7 of Blk S 1947. iv CIRCUIT roi-RT Bntnponu
Gould Park 30 'I U Archie O. Eiland 183 (OFFICIAL BRAD A. J. Thomas, Grace OK FLORIDA to: (COI'VTf' FLORIDA, IV' CHAN'CKRY. ,
Lot II of Elk 30 niantorm An Clerk of said' Court. L. Smith Pennsylvania whose residence leCrumm SUGGESTION J JGS -

d Add 30 1 U O. J. iamoureaux Et AI 1.29 Hy Lucllla I C. D. C.; You Lynn, : William Clarence Dennis, Plaintiff ,.
i 1,0"Jj.l I, 3. i-.3' of Rlk T. Frank Lnndrum, .erSt ': Kla. June are required to appear on VH. Mary Ann Dennis, Defend-
IS, 1947 In the named
r h .y4Add. 30 7 U "ho" R. Yohlr 10.37 Atty. for Flf. 5-24 4t 6-13 Court and ant. Caxe No. list EMPLOYEES HAVE
1 SWVS of 30 to L. n. Eiland 1.63I causo, wherein plain. ORDER
of 1 23 tiff seeks OF PUBLICATIONAND :
All \ divorce,, Bradford. County BEEN AWARDED
I 31 1 U 87 Wm. O. DIrt 1.81 IV CIRCUIT: COVRT. BRADFORD In Telegraph next four shall. publish this Order STATE OF FLORIDA to: 2,000,000
weekly issue
8U of NRVi\ of SHVi AHRVi rOltNTV FLORIDA IN CIIANCKRV. Witness. hand Mary Ann Dennis, whose residenceN SINCE
\ of HRV' 33 1 U 60 pardon & Wel.ner 7.06 my and
a I 181 Rosedale Avenue Madison, FOR
at ,
j: 4Y All thAt portion' of W,% Martha Ellen TlmM Tlutoon, Plaintiff 14, 1947. Htarke Florida this May New Jersey; J''
of Nt '/ of S13Vi. lying I Defendant IDEAS UNDER e
VM William > HutHon (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, You are required to appenr on
H i of Ity 3 8 23 3 Tony Prllm.o 1.77 Cane No. 6641. As Clerk of said. Court June 18, 1947 In the above named.
By Lucille C, Conner D. C. cause, wherein plaintiff r
n npl.aney Ht The Haven NOTICE} TO APPEAR seeks divorce. Bradford
Each County
NWV of NRVi' \ 13 8 23 H. T. Wales 3.46 WilliamD. 1C. Douglas, Gainesville, Fla. SXSTE/VI./ o
STAT OF FLORIDA to: for Plf. Telegraph. shall. publish this OrderIn
Atty. 6.16 4t 6-8
Eo*401 of aVi of NWi Ifutiton whoHe laMt. known residence next four weekly I Issues..
13 8 23 U Jane W. Harrison 13.07 ,[ and address. Is % GeneralIullvery l.V
NV4 of NI '/ of BF!<4 N 1 Charleston South Carolina. CIRCUIT COURT nR"'OFonoCOIIN'I'Y. Witness my hand and officialanal .
FLORIDA IV' GRAN.CERY. at Htarke Florida. this May.
: i>r Hy-13 .1-4 A Kx / I .
A A In HE) Cor 13 "II! 1t K. S. C'arllAle 2 74 You are required to appear on 15 1947.
All 31.20 Joe H. Bradley, Plaintiff vs. Olar (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas. ,
k q' 18 8 U &to A. W. 1I0hmann ,>r before June llrd 1947 In thetbove
rest of nik i of nnvt Lot Ostelle ITradley Defendant Case As Clerk of said. Court.
named Court and cauae,
2 Lakenlila. Hllb.l>lv 22 8 112 C.V.. Itolden 6.G6 wherein. plaintiff seeks divorce. No. 5680. My Lucille C. (Conner D. C. GENERAL m ELECT!
t Com at Bra Cor ot 8WV ... I Bradford County Telegraph. shall. ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO Martin J. Pearl 803 Graham BIdg-. '
APPEAR Jacksonville
nf NWVi for \ a& nfr run of N hftv 350rt .mbllRh veeklv. Issuer thlir. Order In next four STATE OF FLORIDA to: Olar Atty.. _fm__ _mr_,_.Fla. _ftm n At__ 8.8 _

I t lti.n..eru. W130- ItN Witness. my hand and official
310 ft R 330 ft a 860 ft seal at Starke, Florida this 16th r
I to pt of beg 3(1( S3SV4 a Minnie Jones 8.5 I of May' 1941.OFFICIAL O\
fly "' of BKU described' 35 S S3 20 Ralph J. Canon 2.86 ( BEAD A. J. Thomas ., -
1, 1 I one Lot as In 1 qR" A. Clerk of said Court.
Deed IMOk6f, Page 35 37 t 33 Pumpkin PatchFlHlilnv By Lucille C. <<;o.n.r. D. C.
Club 5.88 John J. Henderson, E..u. St. Augustine -
tAeto. 31, S3, Indian TI..
1 85-34 8 33 W. II. Scott 3074 '
Atty. for Plf. 8-33 4t (-13IN
I 1 Lot 49. Indian Beach. U-II I 12 J. F. Reddlck Jr. 10.07
d I an Beach, j (
{ ,{ LnJnrtO'N I 31 t S3 W. A. Dirt 10.37 CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD qx1r.I
i i ) INDIAN BRACK WIT: NO. M S l H V* C.tRY.!:
1 g :aa: Margaret Llndfors Setter. Plaintiff!
Lot 9 Unknown 2.*8 vii. William B. Setsor Dafendant.
F : Lot B Unknown 4.07 Case No. 6649.ORDER ,
}, Lot.7 Unknown 186 BF PUBLICATIONAND
? 1 Lot Unknown 3.86 NOTICE TO APPEAR :1 bi6

i Lot 10 Unknown 6.28 STATE: OF FLORIDA to: WIN 'riir J JIr
Lot II Unknown 3 H8 )lam' E. Setser whose last knownreiildenca
Lot I* .d : :
1 f', W. 8. Blnckley 7.68 addraaa Is .Kant
SIN t, b Lot 14 Unknown 10.07 Moorehead Street Charlotte, North
1d 1"'i1" w Lot II Unknown 10.07 Carolina.You. .
P .1 ,i Lot 18 Unknown 10.07 are required to appear on or
Lot I 17 Unknown 10.07 before June 23rd. 1947 In the above
loOt 19 Unknown 1007 named Court and cause, wherein
Lot S3 Unknown 10.07 plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford.
Lot 13 Unknown 10.07 County Telegraph shall publish this

S '' "' 1't ) All Lot ... 3 88 Order. In next four weekly Issues. .
'F 1 W of Rd DO 13' 9 23 136 Leigh M. Pearsall 44.61 WltneHS my hand and official. seal
{ IS A In NH Cor of Lot 4 38 8 13 13 Anna L. Cason. 3.88 at Starke Florida this 16th of
May UtT.OFP'ICIAL. Ir vHere's '
Ys. C. A. KNIGHT ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas why we
A. Clerk of said Court. cane & ;
Tax Collector Bradford County. Py Lucllla C. Conner. D. C. ,

John J. ".Henderson Esq., St. Augustine :
Florida. it better service !
{ r G4r 1 NOTICE Atty. for Plf. S-33 4t" e-13 ',

Notice la hereby given that the described lands IV' 4llirilT01' BT. HRAOFORII J
following will be '
<.<>! STY, KI.OHII. IV IHIM- f'
c old at public auction on the 31st day of May 1947. at 11 o'clockA. 4 KHY.Earl .
O. Heamt Plaintiff vs. Jan-
( A. M. at the City Hall In Starke Fla., to pay the amount due for la Hearst Defendant. Cane. No.6838OHDBK .

l t 't 1948 taxe., herein set opposite to the lame, together with all costs ANn NOTICE OP' PUBLICATION TO APPEAR

1 r of such sale and advertising STATE OF FLORIDA to: -
Janle Hearst. whose address Is 4131 I. We have r

1..I % r,1' De.rvlp/lop Green Court Apartment. 3411, Cleveland ,
!.!I. T.R. 0..... Ta... 1
IS 'ra! rb E 10 ft 01 Lot I Block Ohio. Fordlrain4xJmechanics
You are required to
appear on
11. Original Tit w n of June It, 1947 In the above named
i 9 Lot 2It.rk.4 01 Block' 18 8 U J. Fred allY 13.45 Court and cause, wherein plain. (.I IL 961)1
t. City
tiff seeks divorce
and _
f 1 custody of
fy Park Ii-n w & C Addl.llun minor children. PYadford
"m to Town ot Starke 18 8 II Mrs. George Pierce County [
( 1.35 Telegraph shall publish Order
Lot l' 01 Block $0, LlvI..ton. In next four weekly list II.I.: 2. f3enulne 1J

,i t Trubr &.. Co'. Witness my hand and official tt
t I I Add to Stark. 18. U E. Dryden seal at
1.87 Stark. Florida this May Ford Parts
q, t Mr 11)44 or Tub a. t of Jot..kII U. 1147. I
4 &.. 1(56 ot lots I, 4 ofst' O
) A. J. Thomas,
Itlo.kLivingston. As. Clerk of said Court
k Truby'" Co''s II.V 18 8 U Obey D"SlIe 1.83 Hy Lucllla C. (Conner D. C. '

a IIJ 16 Livingston Tr sty& Zach. H. Douclas Ualnesvllle Fla. t / 4 ,
q 1 Atly. for Plf. 6-l 4t 68
( Loto'S of LIr.19 1 II Enoch Tyson '.81 HERE'S doubt about it. We know
I "Inck 17. -

L t"ton" ,Truby & Co'. iv riRrriT C01'RT. BRADFORIOt'lTY. > your Ford better than anyone else possibly

+ JJ; 10 ft dl Lot I .1' Btoek4c1 11 U Hon"rVltllaln.. 4,79A (.'. KI.OHIll IV CHAN.KHYa could. We have the training, experience 1;

11. Livingston Truby" 'y Willie Mae Johnatone Plaintiff and equipment behind That'a
Cos 8-1> 18 vs. us. why we
d 11
,, Lob Llring.lon J. 4 ,ot Block 30. Homer Adklne 4." dant.Herndon Cane. Russell No. 684.1 Johnstone, Defen can do the job better,faster and at a greater ...Facto' ry-0Pp roved i

"IT-"i- Co'. 8. D to Stare "IS 6 II Willie n..bert.. 4.19 ORDER ANO NOTICE OF PCRLU TO APPEAR ATTON: saving to you. That's why it's such a good methods

Li8,614 of Illock Lot a S : STATE OF FLORIDA to:
Kl' U. A Herndon Russell Johnstons, whose idea to bring your Ford "back home" to .
Peek' A"d.
to Jlarka IS S 23 t. U. Harper 10.71 residence la unknown '
I Fractional Block 10 N ofvj' You are required to; U3 for every service need. 'a
appear on
Iltll 81. & W 01 Wal. -I June K, 1947. In the above named "
nut lit. Temple'. Ad. to Court and cause, wherein plain. lisle ta *.a Ford Show Hm4 M>ok Shore,
Town 01 Starke IS 8' II T. J. Alderman I.n tiff seeks divorce Bradford County Columbia. Narwork.. SlvMoiil. .
4 Lot LS ot nl"'k U. Tom- Telegraph. shall publlnh this Order Wadnaadoy avanlng
s.1 4F II plc a Add to Town 01 M'"'i.1. In nxt four weekly laMues. /

1, tr Starke IS 8 II Alma M. SI.trllnk I.n Witness my hand and official
IIlk 1 E. Lot 1. Sunny seal Florida' this May
6 Acre 1S- 5.It 6 U H. A. Mana..a T.n IS. 19478'arl" ..
(Mock Ea t.nt. 4. ''rt (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
7 sunny. A..r. Sub Dhl.1011 Aa. Clerk of said Court. 4. Specialized '
n a? to IiIlarke It" U n. A. lana lIa a. 8." By Lucille C. Conner D. C. There's
t'4t', Block S. Sunny Acre. d.n 11 6 IS H. A. ..ana... 1.16 J. C. Dllrr..n".. Jacksonville Fla. T no Place'ford
i equipment
lab I. I. e. 10 of illuck4A' Atty. for Plf. 1-16 u4 _
., Slarkay Acre. 8-D to Y
I 11 6 U H. A. Manaua, 1,48 -

Lob Block; 3, :. 6'un/' l..r of 't. iv "IRTIT (COI'NT \nrnRn like HOME .
r..."..TY. rLOIIIOA. IV ('II.IV-
8. to tltarke. II' II J. R. Morris l.tI CERY.5tary .
0%;, "r 81(14 of SW\ W '
idle Hodnett. Plaintiff ..
83 Rx I "" I Earl: I..e far '
Hodnett Service
yl : tJ""c 1'1 8 IS Joa. Rub.ck 81.011 ['No. 6U4.I Caaa ; lord .

Tax Collector City of Starke [ STATE OF FLORIDA to: !
Earl Lee Hodnett. whose residence -1l1111'rarUea1lrbDMvuurT
I. \DrIcons'. Louisiana; _
CI CIRCUIT rot'nr.PLORIKA.. 8"0"ORO Court and cause wherein plaintiff [ You are required to appear on
i O"I\ITY.' 13 CHAN.Mrlo aaaka divorce' June IS. 1947. In the above named earl i( Low
r. r l CIoRY': Bradford County "Ur; ddIV"o ", wherein plain.'
] Wllllamnan, Plaintiff vc Vlr- Telegraph shall publish this Order.. tiff aeeka : custody and sup.port -
d tral \Vtlllam.on, Oafanilant. Caaa In next four weekly (.sues. of minor child Bradford Com
No. I6B1. Witness my hand and ty Telegraph shall publish thla ESTIMATES FREE USE OUR
i official order In next four weekly )Issues. BUDGET
k sea) at Htartaa PLAN
ORDER Or PUBLICATION: Florida, IMa May Witness my hand. and official
rl 1 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Ifltn. 1847.OFFICIAL. seal lit
S Starke' Florida' Ibis ]May
rh STATE OF FLORIDA lor VlrtralWllllamaon ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas 14. 1f11.OFFICIAL.
} who. raaldanca la A. Clark of said Court. ( SEAL A. J. Thomas.
2147 west Lake Htrat Chicago II.itnols By Lucllla C. Connar, D. C. Aa Clerk of said Court. ANDREWS MOTOR

Rlvara Anderson. Green. Cute ni..r.By Lucille A. C. Conner D. C.prn.F. CO.
You And.raun Urea Cove
are ranulrad to appear' on Springs
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