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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 6, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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r,Jrprlspd g served relatives., as said navigator"They Miss were.Sto ont k v a Garbage Fee C Wet' Petition Presented To Board; I


left Starke Airmorning -
I Johns of May 18 andat Now Necessary

I New Canaan on "Maydays Will Be Examined Starting TuesdayWHAT

of that time was Council
SaysThe -
jforristown. Pa., wherere 7
grounded by bad wea-, I Chairman Refuses To Set Date
I had a scare when I NO OIL Keystone Finds Traces
'p really City Council, at Its meet.
I the oil cap atlie accommodations were good at all 1 For Election Until Check
off
,left The oil pilled on airfields but that more towns ing here Tuesday night, votedto But In The Wrong Places
Ga Is
CompletedA I
lust' and we thought( we need air markers to guide con- levy a garbage collection fet. I

1 ire! Alice St. John fused flyers. As for flying she Carl Johns, city Clerk, explained!' By Buddy Itavt Texas (concern H preparing to

said. "It's the only way to travel! that the amount will be determined \ drill an oil well fourteen miles petition, said by its: sponsors: : to bear the signatures
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lute to New Canaan St St. John, 54 year old owner of Residents of Keystone Heightswere southeast of Keystone on road of 1,409! qualified nulford County electors, wan, presentedto
by the Council
| the Starke Airport, qualified for at a later date j first surprised, irritated, and 100 but this operation has nothIng the Hoard of County Commissioners in session here Monday I

1 pehland.! his flying license a year ago and and will be added to the light and then perhaps hopeful as they to do with the current oil afternoon callinjr.for election "to determine whether
an
now has 110 hours In the air. His water bills beginning July 1. I turned their water taps last week. "discovery." ,
1-tage. or not the sale of intoxicating liquors, wines or beers
the return trip on crowning comment on the trip Johns continued, "The elector- Someone had struck oil! V. Wallace Doylng, owner of the '

llx-gan I arrived at Starke on was, "I'm back." ate, in September, 1949, voted to,I O. E. Wiggins, owner of theKeystone I Keystone. Inn since 1937 said, be prohibited" in Bradford County. 8hall'I I'
and Upon presentation: of the petition by T. Frank
return trip was The round-trip distance was continue donations to the Brad- water works said l "The residue from the pipes 8mel1 i
Their "There Isn't to Tut's-I I drum, attorney for W M. I Edwards Jr., M. O. Harrell
Iful1st.. 2,200 miles by road and consumed ford County Health Unit. In doing day a thing 1 kid like crude oil We're still

Jean disclosed that 12 hours flying time so, they were advised by the :Mr. Wiggins stated that washing out the bath tub ," Mr. man of the Hoard stated, "I i
...---' City Council prior to the elections was interrupted the first of last Doylng la preparing to sell the To Represent StarkeAt will receive" the petition for I

that a garbage tax would haveto week when lightning blew out a I I Keystone Inn because of his ill June Moon Event examination and checking" : "

be levied in view of plant fuse. When service was health, and that he had
rumors
I Sox Down City Bus Line present liar roll's refusal to accept !
expenditures. The city revenue resumed, the consequent rush of withdrawn the hostelry from the "
] the petition at its face value
has dropped to such a level that i water carried with It dregs from market because of "oil" are un- .

now this charge Is necessary." the pipes and oil from the plants founded. and immediately set a date
Now In
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ford Operation lubricating
Dr. A Y. Covington head of The pump... At for the "discovery' of oil, a l' for the special election precipitated -
I rumor wan perhaps encouraged I
the Bradford County Health] Unit, drug store clerk wall heard to lengthy argument
by the knowledge that
aneW
L witnessed The new Starke City Transit explained the advantages of Vii, \
Baseball fans 1
: "It mess for awhile 11
:45O foot water well had been say, sure was a in which Landrum maintained
1st In Starke bus line, owned and operated by spraying the homes In 'Bradford
t played "
game completed ]last October. Mr. Wiggins / Thomas Trlest, local that it was the duty of the i
l-al and World War II veteran Wallace J. County with DDT The City Coun-
Sunday sawIng
years said that the well had nevor Keystone plumber remarked, : Hoard according to law to
Red Sox team defeat Carson went Into operation Wednesday cil voted to undergo one third of ,
been put to service because It "There 1 III plenty of oil In the set a date upon presentation of
lid 1to 4. The was affording runs, approximately the spraying cost The School
game does not have a housing. water, but It is coming out of the pI.tltlon."The .
with ] 40 minutes, between Board and the County Commis-
|'n! dial all the way every "
The Penrod Mr automatic oil
Drilling Company, a Wiggins'
['one Sox right Dander glv- points within Starke and a radiusof sioners are to furnish the remain- _.__ n'...._.. -- --pump.-- law does not say anything
i six singles walking two three miles Ing two-thirds of the expenses. / about 'chocking'," the attorney f
stat..... "'This Is bona
j triklng out three, while At the end of hla first day of The Council passed an ordinance a ,
New Supervisor School Board LetS fide petition and It Is your dutyto
[ Branford twirler gave up 1 operation, owner Carson was enthusIastic requiring all solicitors representing ha accept It at face vuliiu and seta
19: walked one and struck over possibilities and various photographers located
I Sox i confidence that he outside of Starke to post $1.000 Onto for the eloitlon. After I
i expressed
I At FHA OfficeA Most Bus Routes that, If any citizen: wishes to con-
Sox were off to a fast' would be doing a capacity busi- cash surety bond and to obtaina test the validity of signatures on

I n the first Inning when' ness aa soon as the public becomes permit from the City Clerk. the petition ho has a right to go

] r Carson Geiger reached familiar with the service. An additional change In supervisors at the Bus routes were let, additional Into 1 court and do no," he i maintained -

way of error and George; bus will be added If the City Limits Bill local Farm Security Administration teacher appointments were made A H I

|:slugging! Center-fielder, traffic warrants, Carson stated.A I Has Been Passed office (recently renamed the and the opening dated of most U I Harrnll. stating that he had received

i pitch deep Into right field commercial bus driver for the Farmers Home Administration) county schools were set at the ;Miss Myrtle Thomas, daughterof'Mre. i legal advice to pursue the
ee bases scoring Geiger 13 and of a mada effective June 4 following meeting otl the School Board here
past years possessor Senator Johns SaysIn was H. L. Starling, Clark SJ.\ course he wan. taking, repeatedthat
twin, Starke's Catcher, then 12 year safety record, Carson was a drastic cut In Federal Monday.The will be Starke's candidate for thu Board would receive the 14

I..d one to right for two' granted a six-month trial permitby a communication to the Tele- appropriations making It neces- following faculty appoint- Queen. of the June Moon Festival' petition for examination, and

(coring: Kenls. the City, at the end of which graph yesterday State Senator sary to reduce personnel approxi- ments were mad; chocking, but would not: not a
ford picked ,si In satis- E. Johns said that the 60 at Jacksonville Beach June 13, 14.
tally the
up time. If the service proves Charley mately percent throughout New River-Mattle Ellis, prin- date until an Inspection had been
when I Keene 'hit batman, factory, he.will receive a franchise local bill altering the western city state. cipal; "Miss Thomas, an employe of the made lie was backed in his standby t

| Purcell lined' a single to and rthe City will get two limits of Starke to exclude cer- Supervisors were retained by i HampOon-Dorothy Swanbom office of Clerk of the Circuit County Attorney Lox Green

d a deep fry to left al- percent of the revenue. tain property,owners who did not theatency( on the basis of lon-! teacher; Court, was selected from a field who stated that in bin opinion the

[ loWto wore. Scoringat At the present time the bus Is desire to b.,within the city has.. .gfivttjkof: service and Benjamin F.i Vanderbilt Melva Galloway, of 'itve )focal candidate at the Board had a right to check tha ,.,. ..r, f r'I !

this 'point until the operating from the center.if.town passed beth-ijjpusoa .oLthe.tg1. Grt'ih'a.bu' replaced L. O. Hazea principal; Dori"Normin,' teaebt'j VVW dance held in the petition.... before "accepting": : It. I

when the Sox put together to th arm4ll'll' Market north on. lature andtsn, < a law... who .baa been supervisor of thIs The following bus routes were of'last anburyTiursday : A motion by Commissioner B. ..
week The
pnmford errors, Hurat' lone Highway 200?'' through Reno to .Senator Johnsalso passed area for several years. Mr. Griffin awarded: night th Crawford to accept the petl <<

d 1 AI Harley's two bagger the "Little Store" on the old through the Senate Tuesday a bill ,,who Is a Florida man, grailuatedvfrom New River-E. A. Snpp; selection] wax made by a committee Lion was lost for lack of a second,

three runs. Branford was Kingsley Lake road, to Stanley's designating the road running tha Chlpley High Lawtey- L. Prescott, Horace of judges representing the By unanimous. consent the Board\

I" the game In their 8th'inhen Ranch southeast on Road 100, and northeast from Highway' 100 (at Schoot"and received his trainingat Redding, Commodore Crews, E. C. : Chamber of Commerce, the notary I authorized the chairman to calla
f they combined a single, and connect- the Alabama College I
to Lincoln City south on Road Pine Level Church) Polytechnic Mosley; Club, and the Woman' Club meeting, for Tuesday June 10.
I1 and a hit batter to score Farm He has been with the Far-
200 Carson also plans three ing with the Lawtey-State Hellbronn-Elon Sapp; Starke's 1944 candidate, Mils at 10 a. m. for the purpose ,of
Scoring ended at this .1:00 road as the "Elgin] Bayless High- mers Home Administration fora Rising-Daisy Norman;
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trips on Sunday ((11 a. m., checking signatures on the petition
|110 hen both pitchers tlghten- p m., 8 p. m.) to Hampton Lake. way". This Is the road that a number of years In the Virgin Starke (Incomplete-) Cleveland Martel Eclmomlnon, was selected against the county registration .

retire KenU the sides in order. Regular runs will also be madeto large delegation from here recently Islands and Porto Rico. Sullivan Margaret Brown Frank as Queen of the Festival... buoka., Up until time for f
ge continues to lead '
f hitters Kingsley Lake and the State went to Tallahassee to A number of FHA offices will Norman Harold Alvarez; thl meeting It was decided that I

M collecting his Prison if applications filed this promote. Brooker Mrs Ressle Colrton, signature could be removed or {
plus be consolidated throughout Florida -
PlantExpecting
[ a single. He ;
sports a week with the State Railroad Senator Johns also stated that Lloyd Barry. Canning added to the petition by written
\erage for the but it Is anticipated that the I
season. dates of the following
'rst: Bran-I Commission are approved. the local bill authorizing the Opening or personal I application to Clerkof
three baseman Purcel fares lOc within County to levy a one mill tax for I Starke office will remain In Its schools were net: the Court A J. Thomas who I '
are
singles to lead his' Straight of location and will continueto July 7Lawtey, Rising, New Rush
In the hitting department. city 15c to points outside city I the hospitalization Indlgents present has It on file '

rzcable crowd attended the I. limits. However books of 20 has passed the Senate. serve the counties In the north- River July; 28 Vanderbllt, Hellbronn; Edwards, who estimated! that }

[but larger crowds are ex- commuters tickets are being of- eastern part of the state Aug -Graham, Itrooker. Supervisor V. II Ferguson an- he has driven 4,000 miles throughout '

for games to be played fered for $1 affording the purchaser Green Corn Moves Mr. Hazen has not definitely nounced that the Bradford Coun- the county to obtain the 1,409

f" the next several a ride within the city for I decided on his future plant but ty Canning Plant will be opera signature on the petlf.on: say

(Thursday Jasper one ticket ,5c, or two tickets, lOc i Is considering a position with the Health Problems Wednesday and Friday of next that only 1,229 signatures are !
week.l.l
T s opposition and on I to a point outside city limits. I Federal Marketing Bureau at Feature DiscussionAt week. "If there is further demand actually needed, the latter figure !;

[a Sox will play host to a Rates for children under 12 are Into SpotlightRalph Memphis, Tenn.Conner for the facilities, we will being 25 percent of the 4,917 I I

[ FairfIeld Independent team:]i 5c within city lOc over city limits, Workshop Panel open the plant accordingly," said name now carried on county

Jacksonville.. 'or' commuter ticket. He also slreUHcd that registration books, ,
one
Fairfield has Alvarei. manager of the To Accept'Outstanding The Bradford-Union Workshop Ferguson.
N the stronger teams In The bus will provide service vegetables to be canned should be
Farmers' Market, reportedthat
State Is, to date, living up to the high-
piind Jacksonville this sea- dally between 5:30: a. m and 11 the produce business. was Boy'Award est expectations of all those con- In by noon on those day All Rotarians Hear Plea

the game should present p. holding Its own with emphasis TomorrowDoyle cerned in this, Us second week. canning 1 111I by appointment and For Closer Tie ,
f tans with plenty of ex- m.Carson, who converted a used changing from strawberries to Mlia Marjorie Morrison and reservations can tan made by '

[Wd entertaining baseball, school bus Into a city type unit, corn. This week 2,900 bags of E. Conner of Starka, State Miss Mildred Swearlngen who phoning Ferguson' office In the Between Home, School 'I

f Starke baseball team andre doing all the work himself, ex- corn most of it Golden Bantam, president of the Florida Association were on the beginning staff were Vocational Agriculture building. "
the results of months of pressed appreciation yesterday to has passed through the market at Future Farmers of Americaand scheduled to be elsewhere this The cannery handled 6UO cans An appeal for a stronger spirit I

"J and work. Team mem- the' City Council and others who an average price of $150 Next a 1947 graduate of the Brad week. Miss Janet McCracken, last Wednesday. Over 2DOO( cant of school-community cooperationwa
"
Well as local sport fans have helped him place this new week Alvarez expects even greater ford High School will leave Sat- from the P. K Yonge school In of beans, corn tomatoes, and pent made by Miss Laura Leen-' i "

rontrlbuted many hours to- service into operation. His. bus volume as the White Norfolk urday morning for St. 'Petersburg Gainesville, who Is also a specialist are expected next work. haul of:- the: College. *tf -l'Iu"Atlnn'---' IiUniversity
up.jI; );
'attaining a winning team license, 43-C1, Is. the first C (city) variety matures where he will receive awards fol- In reading. Is ably filling Miss The plant wa built by county, of at the' n

baseball park. The park license ever Issued in this county., The following figures demon- lowing his selection as the "out Swearlngen' place, and takingher and city funds, with a Idit'onal! ]luncheon meeting of the Rotary i

.rtng I completion and when strate market volume and aver- standing Florida boy" for the own place on the staff Federal aid In the supply; of Club here Wednesday Ml'** Leen-

'111'will be bea far Better one I Lions To Sponsor age prices for the month of May: year. Laboratory In teaching i 111I being equipment. It opened Its second houts three-week Is currently Teacher directing the

found In other towns 7.760 crates of berries at $6.SO; Young; Conner was chosen for conducted this week with students season last May 14. Workshopnow i
"' of Starke. Comfortable I Minstrel On June 27 833: bags of corn (approximately this honor by the State Junior selected from the Starke school The canning factory will opun In session hare for faculty
n members of Bradford and Union
have
r:.5' been erected, con- this five dozen to the bag) at $130! ; Chamber of Commerce and the Miss McCracken Is conducting the at 8 a. m. Wednesday and Friday
Installed, screen for pec- The Starke Lions Club 331 hampers of green beans at awards will be made u a feature reading program In the primary, County schools

Protection 111 Is up. Baseball week changed Its meeting time $2.00; 239 hampers of new Irish of the annual convention of the grades and Mrs Grace Stevens i Mrs. Dampier Buys Not merely the blind following ; t

i enjoy many good basemen and place. Henceforth meetingswill potatoes at $2.00; 130 hampers of National Outdoor Writers Association. In the upper elementary grades.Mr. of textbook routine, but rather t
In Starke this summer be held at 8 p. m. Monday in cucumbers at $300; 67 hampersof Crutcher of the Extension Grocery Department the development of strong purpose .

bleachers have been In- the Woman's Club building with squash at 1260; 25 hampersof The Bradford youth will be the Division gave his services Mondayand *! In the child I Is the present '

for colored baseball fans Mrs. A.V. Anderson preparingthe okra at $3! .00; and 20 hampersof guest of the St. Petersburg Jaycees Tuesday He Is an Audio- Ray Joyner local groceryman, trend 4Jf education, Miss Leen-

1 are invited to attend meal. black eye pea at It.50. during the convention and visual expert and ha been show- announced this week that Mrs. houts stated. How to extend these ;
C|. meeting this films and other aids! Rhoda Dampier hall purchased the aim from the school Into the .,
n- At its Monday The total market sales for May will be presented with autographed ing numerous \
newest of Starke civic clubs vot were $53,745.50.Recent! book on outdoor\ life subjectaby and demonstrating techniques to grocery department of Joyn.r'sMarket home 1 Ia one of the greatest prob- I

Starke "B4M 8oVV I ed to provide examination, and the authors and with sport-, the teachers. and will henceforth operate lems now being encountered bY"s .a I,1 j

: 3 BSS the necessary glasses. for two equipment by manufacturers Sam H. Moorer of Hollywoodand this phase of the buslneis teacher. she said. ; .
BirthsMr. Ing
I defective Mr. Joyner will devote hU. time ". I
Bradford County children with of spurting goods and other Tallahassee S e con dary The speaker wo Introduced by I I"J

:) B eyesight. and Mrs. W A. Roberts door equipment. out-I Education, Is l giving a valuable to the meat department. Mrs. Grace W Osborne. supervisor J

Mil LF I It was also announced that a Mlddleburg boy (Raymond Harry Conner Is the first contribution this second week In Mrs. Dampier wa clerk of the of Bradford County School. k
C the Spring- the assemblies, the group meet- Bradford County Selective Service
by I
: produced 22.
't minstrel
), May award and u the
2B CBCF : field Lions Club, will be presentedhere Mr. and Mrs. A. I.. Stafford,! Outdoor receive this Writers have their con ings) staff and and through Individual conferenceswith \ Board during the war years. ; Attorney Will Move I f

> i on June 27. I Ralford. boy. May 24. vention In a different state each Wednesday a panel dlsciusloa Attention VeteransAny Into New Offices ''I t
i aa !Mrs. John Hobbs, Wal- I
1 I Mr. and similar award will not be on the health problem peculiar
RFP New Doctor Will do, girl (Barbara Lennette), May year a to this area was held with representatives veteran who hall obtained T Frank Landrum local attorney ;
1995.
goarrfoM "Tleen" Assist At Clinic 24. made In Florida\ again until from the State Boardof hospitalization In a veteran hospital will move Into his new of- ." ,

J IBHie i Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Eiland Conner will be accompanied to Health County Health Unit, and ha found this honpital-' fices at 133 W Call Street early ,'1., 1

to CF 1>1'. Margaret Wilson. whose 'Hampton boy. May 25. St. Petersburg by his parent Mr. the local Woman's Club PTA, Izatlon unsatisfactory U, requested! next week lie 1* vacating of ..r J '

, 2B home Is In New Orleans, Is to Mr. and Mrs. Albert William, and Mr*. Leon Conner. Uon'* Club, school officials, and to attend the next regular meet-!' ficesabove Barkidale' clothing "
C assist Dr. A. Y. Covington In the Starke. boy (Ray Elliott), May! other civic and fraternal organizations Ing of American Lenin Post 64 store, where he has practiced for '.
We. next in Starke at 8 June 10. the 14 ', '
LW3B County Health Unit for the 26. Dance Planned as gursU. p. m., past years. 1
ro month. Dri Wilson has been en- Mr. and Mrs G. W. Johnson Legion I The teaching staff and ]local A fact-finding committal baa The new suits.. Include a reception t t 1

s p gaged In the State School Health Cross City girl (Sarah Ann). I Toby Dowdy and his High I I teacher In attendance are quite been set up by the Disabled. room two office, and a l
monthS. enthusiastic over the practicalwork American Veterans to gather evidence library. It ho* been completely
asRF the past few 30. will for a dance In
for May Pointer play
Program of mismanagement redecorated and refurnished
of this first workshop. They mUtreatme.it aid and t
Dr. Wilson received her medical Mr and Mrs. H. R. Unay. Rai- the Legion Hall Thursday night. see the promise of a better 1947-: In all VA hospitalsand ha an attractive glas brick i

ad 001 000 030 degree from Louisiana State University ford. boy (Tommy KenrIck),J4a7 ,June 12, ttttinnina at 9 o'clock. t* school term as a direct resultof to ,have these fault removed. front. ".
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? PACK TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA FR1U.\\. JI"\oo.:
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t t The 1 . . -I has been visiting her Mr. and Mrs Roy Green Sunday "Woman Chases Man". The ever- thrilling series

Gilbert Lamoreaux. 'I afternoon. popular Dianna Durbin stars In Wel mulJer. arrleg

tl Bradford Telegraph Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Angus Belling, of "Lady on a Train" and has double pus
County. CARD OF TilNK3 bill
I Dukes, spent Sunday with Mr. strong support from Ralph Bel w t..a1\1
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By Mr M. C. Buerney We wish to express and featuring
4fr . and Mrs. J. K. Douglass. lamy David Bruce. The latter Fuzzy
'a hnBUt
1I I ESTABLISHED 1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNta-EoiTOR felt gratitude for the film co-stars Miriam toon
r .1 Hopkinsand and serial)
.
!! Miss Lubedla Pinholster spent '
i? and aid given during JoelMcRae. lI1p1ete
i l r Published Every Friday" and Entered an Second Mr. and Mrs. C. J. McAlhaneyand 1 Monday in Gainesville. _
and death of beloved
our
e Office at Starke, .,... Carlisle, Jr., and John I For its weekend slate Fridayand
Class Matter at the PostMEMBER "Bonn mother, Mrs.: Hester '!. Mrs. John Cone and Annette
nie, of Reesvllle, S. C., arrived 1 I Green spent Monday In Starke Saturday, June 13, 14, the Fresh stock of
for the beautiful
7 Sunday to visit Mr and Mrs. J.I many with Mrs. Bill Plummer. Park will present "Tarzan and writer ribhon at I'xroohlll!
and
7947 W. Horne and family. Monday of ferlngs condolence messages extended Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mott and the Leopard Woman", one of thee GRAPH Tlu

the visitors were Ilght- eelng at 1 children and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
deepest appreciation --- - - -- ---- -
91.10 For Six Months goes
Subscription 92 Annually 1
Sliver Springs. Rahn, of Raiford, and( Mr. and
and
every one.
x Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hood and i W. H. Griffin, Mrs. Elton Taylor, of Worthing. Longer {Wear .
I Infant daughter, Carol, of Atlanta, P. E. Griffin, son. ton Springs, were visiting Mrs. Through
TREASURY LAUNCHES UOND-A-MONTH PLAN I Ga., were weekend guests of Mr. Jim Mott Sunday. Expert ReNEW
l I Hood's uncle and aunt, Mr. and . . Mrs. Llnnia Parker and children .
I i This year the months of June and July have special LIFE FOR OLD
Mrs. O. D. Gay They left on of Palatka, are spending a SHOE
significance for business men, professional men, and farmers StRiday for a visit to Jackson while here with relatives.

s'' everyone, in short, who is not eligible for the purchase i ville Beach. BIGGS & BAKER

ti ht of bonds on the payroll savings plan. Miss Inez Peterson left Monday By Mrs T. W. Mt..-.. "The Stranger" 105 W. Call St Stark

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The first of June the Treasury Department launchedits for a visit with relatives In Offered By Park
attractive new Bond-a-Month Plan extending to millions E't Pierce. She was accompaniedby BUTIST BIBLE

L of Americans to whom the Payroll Savings Plan is not available Miss JesKie. L. Wright. The Vacation Bible Edward G. Robinson, the creator -
'" a too privilege of automatic purchase of Savings Bonds. Dick Hay and Bruce Maxwell the Brooker Baptist of countless outstanding screen

This simplified plan for the purchase of Bonds will make have been upending several daysin i I begin there Monday personalities, will bu costarredwith QUICKER DELIVERY THAN
Tampa. June 9. The hours of Y YO
(
saving easier for small business operators farmers professional Mrs. Otis Lowman and small will be 8 a. m until Loretta Young and Orson
? Welles in "The
s' people and others who are self-employed anyone sons, Perry and Bobby, arrived dailY. All children of the Park Theatre Stranger" comingto

with a regular income and a checking account last week from Columbia, S. C., munity are urged to three-day run. Also Sunday include lora THINK !
will thus be added to to spend several weeks with her
Millions! of substantial! citizens on thin program will be the latest -
i Mr and Mrs. R. L. tUSTIN; GAY
those who are now buying bonds regularly saving for parents Austin Issue of "March of Time" and
Little Gay "
future security.In Brown.Mrs. O P. Wadsworth, Sr., arrived old son of Mr. and news.The. fI
14 lMi n brief, the new Bond-a-Month plan works like this: home Thursday of last week Gay, was honored with a double feature for next I
i The depositor who wishes to buy a bond each month signs from Plant City after a brief: anniversary party Wednesday and Thursday will r i I I
1' bank to deduct the price when his mother have plenty of audience appeal, IV'
44 a card authorizing the purchase visit with relatives. She was accompanied noon
: {' The bank issues the Bond for him at the Gay re teaming "Lady on a Train" with rue
from his or her checking account. home by her two sis
at its convenience during the month and mails! it to the tern Mrs. Ellzle Day and Mrs. 4 until 6 o'clock. see

;l ; : i1 customer. Thus eliminated is all the inconvenience of Bond Inzle Morrow, both of Plant City, The three-tiered STOPS

; N'k buying there is no standing in line, no waiting while the who remained through Monday.Mrs. wan iced In white and 666 CHILLS /
Eliza Hall Is spending this decorated In blue with
The business professional
, bond is being written up. owner
i. man, or farmer can now enjoy the same privilege of auto- week In High Springs as the ,rlptlon" "Happy 666 for MaUrlel Stmptom.FEVER d nt
guest of her brother-in-law and tin. Seven burning pink now g.v.i you ......._ t )
matic bond buying as do the millions of wage and salary
1j t ulster, Mr. and Mrs Albert P. topped the cake.Refreshments. nti ,
I, earners now on payroll savings. Stringer.Mr. served( to u.augt .

"SiiI' Regular investment under either the Payroll)) Savings and Mrs. C. L. May and children present visiting'I .
i>r the Bond-a-Month Plan is the easiest, surest way for an Sylvia May were dinner guests I I cream In addition to i:

,. American to build up security and realize his plans for the' Friday night of Mr. and Mrs. Lester -I cake, and candy favors SMART II
h future. Millions are now saving the "bond way" for new J. Kite of South Starke. tributed. Mrs. Gay was BE

,. ) lomes', education of children, and protection against emer- I Mis M J. Eiland and baby' In serving the young I AM If you want to join an excited
Marvin
son Terry, have returnedto 1 happy
} r gencies. The new Bond-a-Month Plan, will fith the retirement I Mrs. Earl Green, Mrs. T.
a 1 needs of millions not covered by social security and others I,1 their home here from Shady-I 1 Miss Lubedla Pinholster, crowd of women come to our store.They're seem
: crest Hospital in Starke. Mrs.land's the astonishing BENDIX
new
I G. Parrish, and Mrs. seeing for them.
who want to supplement their old age pensions with Savings:; I roil
I sister, Miss" Eva Mae' Rogers, the latter of selves how this washday marvel washes, rina4
Bonds maturing each month. Ilf. Driest, of Therensa
r; In spendingthis
I 1 damp-dries, cleans and empties itself and
ni ;'' Savings Bond sales also help the national economy by week with her. t 1 Mr. and Mrs J. K. I automatically! Please shutaoft'all
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come: too-and
a4 i taking surplus cash out of the consumer market while pricesare I' Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Griffin ,ot were in Jacksonville [All friend. We welcome yout41 bring
high 'and laying it up against the day when it may be I'Jacksonville, are spending two Mr. and Mrs. L. O.
needed, when a dollar will buy more and when stored up weeks here at the home of his daughter, Minnie Lou of
:father, W. H. Griffin. were guests Sunday of
fpW purchasing power can help keep prices from falling too i
A. C. Griffin, of WaycrosH, Ga., Mrs. R. E. Hazen.
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far and too fast.
:
: returned to
, { his home
on Saturdayand I Mr. and Mrs. Ovid PHONE 150 '- _, :.I
The Florida Bank at Starke is cooperating in this was accompanied by his Gainesville were dinner P

r nation-wide plan and bank statements this month contained brother, W. H. Griffin, who will : of Mr. and Mis R. F. STARKE TAXI SERVICE
t 1 a folder explaining this new "automatic savings service". spend a week In Waycross. 1 day.

;; r Attached to the folder was an authorization form that can Mr. and Mrs. Olen V. Hicks, of 1 Mru. Martin, of BCCIUSIVI TUMBLI ACTIONS'"
i i, i be filled in and mailed to the bank, authorizing the purchase Palatka, spent the weekend with spending some time here \ fumbln. dean Hirovgli Mdi oO Km,, :

r of a bond of any desired denomination said purchase to be family.Mr and Mrs. W. W. Hicks and and Mrs. R F. Gano. CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION fin.*..labrla_'. yet laimdwWhat la .b.nll.anhAy., Meta. : ::

charged to the account of the depositor. It is earnestly H. D. May left Mrs. Elmer Stokes _
Wednesday for
i hoped that each person receiving one of these! folders will Venice, where he will Gainesville Monday.
n read it carefully, and then do himself (or herself) a favor weeks on business.spend several Mr. and Mrs. C. S. you do: put iadoth..t '

{ r' :,t by enrolling in one of the most attractive offers of service Marie Wiggins, of Jacksonville, gether Markey,with enjoyed Mr. and a fish Mrs. a dial,add soap.

ever made-the Bond-a-Month Plan. arrived last week to visit various ,
Lake of
a Earlton Friday
j'j'l' 0.- _,_,., ........._ .... 11' -_ L r -,_ _-_ -.. relatives. Pitt Baxter spent last What the BENDIX does: "
l I Mr. and Mrs. Wilson V. May Gainesville. .fill. hash/. tumble. clothe clean. than t grl
Let Us and Repair have ".hlr tumbl.rmdrloe clothe. r
returned re.dy
Fr'j; r Repaint Memorial after spending Mrs. Blrt Stokes and b. lb.line er.dry..,...tee...and.,npllItW..nd.hut.or.IIIutum.tlc.ayl- '
Day weekend with
Poke were in Gainesville i
j t,1R friends In Lake Wales. Th.Bendhi take.
E Your Old Bicycle Mr. and Mrs. day.Mr. Door __(II.. perfectly only 4 equ.re In attchw tot of
Bolen Hall left and Mrs. Carl bathroom. ,utility room or IaWll 7.BENDIXautomaficHome.
t We'll Make It Like New Sunday for a several months visitIn Jacksonville, were guests
+ Jacksonville with their daughter Rosa Pinholster Sunday
st T r{ i ALSO Mrs. Audrey Geiger. Miss Madeline Green,

,1 m NEW &4TSED BICYCLESFOR attending Among those funeral from services out of town for sonville vacation, Is here upending with a her two / LawndJ,

SALE Mrs. Walter H.
Griffin
Thursdayof
I'ittl Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green.
last week were Arthur C. Grif
Mr. and Mrs. Norman
BIGGS & BAKER fin. Waycross, Ga.; Mrs. Irma and son, of Jacksonville PHARMACIST WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
1 Whltsett. Dade City; Mrs. H. C. weekend guests of Mr.
+e"' 105 \V. CALL ST. STARKE I-'I.A. Parker and daughter, High O. A. Gay. Phone 61 STARKE
: ----------------------00 Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd I Mr. and Mrs. R. K. On-the-Minit Service 222-221 Temple A>'e. Phone 166 Starke, F

.. ,,, .. and MOll, Keystone Heights; children, of Dukes were
and Mrs. P. E. Griffin. Mr. and

,f We Deliver Mra.! Gene Griffin, Mrs. Alexander -

I .,. Mrs. Susie Griffin. Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Griffin, Mrs. Lettie
tt KANSAS GOVERNOR Parker, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Johns, C
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dixon, Mrs.
SELF RISING Lizzie Wynn, Jacksonville; Mr.

4 and, Mrs. Gordon Wadaworth Jr., i\ Relax.

Waldo; Mrs. Laura Mosely, Mrs. .
FLOURs Sallle Tyson. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. .
'i'' kn t Beasley, Carl Johns, S. R. Johns,
Jr., Mrs. Ethel Biggs Mrs. Ara
Moltt. Mrs. W. L. Andrews, and
t { Mrs. Lester J. Kite of Starke. have a Coke

i 1.99 The Temperance photoplay,
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i "The Pay Off" was shown at the

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'" No. 2 Can No.2 Can ZEST Ing at the Methodlat Church

4. Orange Juice I Tomato Juice Thursday night of last week by
the Bradford County Drys, of
2 for 19c lOc which the Rev. Wilbur A. ScottIs 'r',
h. Chairman.
5 Lb. Old {fashioned 5 Lba.o Mr and Mrs. Purvis Hazen and
is children, of Ocala, spent Sunday ..
Meal here visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. A. ,
39c Grits >
Wynn and other relatives.Mrs. / ; ) ',
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Report of Health Examination hemoglobins done, only 73 counted ed persistent albumin. ,
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plate below 12 which Is indicative of --- ----- -- ; -- --- -- -
((7)) Above findings show no rela-

Two definite anemia. tion to age: as all age groups were ON I\'AS11 DAYS USE 't
.[ducted In Bradford Schools schools((2)) As compared throughout with the some state.other proportionately represented. I'


UarkaWy high Incidence of Florida sponsored a Special as compared with other areas. Bradford School has a higher Conclusions: The Washeteria
and the I School Health Program which Throat average of hemoglobin determinations (1)) Glycosurla Is strikingly more I
examinations
defects of alarming* ,provided for examination and Immunization revealeda and there are fewer values prevalent in afternoon as compared
percentage high incidence of tonsllar disease below 10 as compared with a 321 TEMPLE"' AVENUE E
of all I
377 urinaly- school childrenIn with forenoon specimens.
among characterized
ound by enlarge- great number
of such values in
o in the Starke school certain selected counties. ment, Injection and cryptlclsm. smaller schools. ((2)) Approximately 90 percent of :
Bradford : Your Laundry Done "While You \
County
lone the moat algnlficantLded cooperated In Thirty of
percent pupils were all positive sugars were transitory Wait"i
in a descriptive tee this program and the following Is though to have some of ((3)) There is little relationship of
public last week of ro- a report of the conditions foundIn tons liar disease.Enlargement. degree age to anemia as seen in Brad and represent only questionable i:
in the Special the schools of this county. ford School for all groups were medical significance
btalned I
complt1 the of the lymph proportionately represented. ((3)) In this of
.Lealth During period between April glands of the cervical chains group 377 urin- Automatic Ilendix Washers
Program was
((4)) On the basis
],, 13. 11, 1947 and May 13, 1947 433 prevalent, however little concom- of comparisonwith alyses done in a single school the
of the relas white school children other schools It is concluded Soap Furnished
brighter side were ex- itant lymphoid disease was found. findings are so marked that we I
that the deficiencies
stated that dental de- amined In Bradford County. These The I causing
great majority of the enlargement are convinced that
: anemia are leas the food patterns they are a I
children '
low" a8u'lth represented the enroll
veiy
Is 'rela'ther: areas, and ment of two schools. Hampton colds, dental is and attributed' tonsuar to disease... head : are better and that the most manifestation of an abnormaland Open From 8 A. M. to 6 P. M.

deficiencies causing Elementary and Bradford Elementary most common cause of anemia undeniable situation. \V'u at-
Ire at less in Bradford Coun- and High School. Whenever disfunction In this county very little thyroid I. e. hookworm disease, Is of less tribute the great incidence of We Close At 2 P. M. SaturdaysCONVENIENT
was suspected. There significance In Bradford
County.
I found In possible each pupil examined afternon
the average glycosuria to the excessive -
were no clearly marked cases of The report on urinalysis also In-
lools examined. received a hemoglobin determination thyroid gland disturbances. Indention!!: of rapidly assimilated -
cludes Bradford
only School for f
Jimplete report as made and a urinalysis. carbohydrates.
Orthopedic conditions consisted here it was possible to do a
ECONOMIC
L-t week by the Bradford It was found that skin disordersare This condition
mainly of mild scoliosis, kyphosls thorough check on each pupil. we associate with
Lpartment, follows: I not a major problem. Metab- and deformity secondary to Poli Urinalysis 377 ;.a poorly balanced lunch. The! high SATISPACTION GUAKANTEEI)

PTI'E REPORT OF Tin;I IEX.IIS.TIOJS olic disturbances as manifestedIn I omyelitis. Positive for sugar 72 percentage of children who pat- I

OF skin lesions are thought to a- : Acute lung findings were chief Positive !In trace -- 64& 'ronize the candy and soft drink -- --- ---
KI COUNTY, FLORIDA, rise chiefly from a deficiency of ly those associated with upper Positive in 1 plus '- 8 stand suggest that Its presenceon = = t
the vitamin B complex. However, I respiratory Infections and asthma. Positive sugars rechecked -- 88 on .. school grounds Is undesir /....rdMMM.T. '

,ptratlon with the Chil- even this syndrom is not .preva- :No severe case was seen. For Rechecked positives 8 able. k

,reau of the United States! lent. Scabies was discovered In I the most part findings were pro- Rechecked positive In trace -5 From where I sit Joe Marsh
pot of Labor, the State several children and its con- longed expiration and wheezing. Rechecks positive In 1 plus -3 Owner Of Oldest .. Jy I
tagiousness was well demonstrated I Heart findings were predomln- Positive for albumin 6
in the high percentage of familial atly those of rheumatic carditis. Positive In trace 4 Chevrolet Truck ... / t

Infection. Functional murmurs listed as nutrItional Positive in 1 plus 1 To Be RewardedA "'i'1

The remarkably high incidenceof were mainly the soft and Positive In 3 plus -- 1 \ How to Go to Sleep
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visual defect is an Important localized murmurs heard over the Positive albumins rechecked -, 4 nationwide search to find the t I .
finding. Thirty-five percent of all plumonlc area. One congenital Rechecks positive 2Rechccks oldest Chevrolet truck Mill Inactive 1 '
a
.u. r children examined showed some heart lesion was found and this positive In trace 1 service In the United States
sueooME
Str loss of vision as judged by the wan thought to be a patent duc- Recheck positive in 1 plus 1 I was announced this week by J. VV We were nitling. around Dill Wwith, kin formula: A light Knack. I
Snellen Eye Chart. ApproxI- tus arteriosus.This Notes: I Burke manager, commercial and
10 .te,'.parlor Friday evening and the anti a mellow gUn of beer at bed I
mately 11 percent of these were analysis of hemoglobin determInations ((1)) Speclments were taken aa the truck department, Chevrolet Mo-
talk turned to the best of over time. Sort of puts. you In the mood
way t
of a severity to warrant immediate includes only Bradford child appeared for examination tor Division, General Motors Corporation '
brl'athror quirt thoughts and pcare of
lerplesHnenN..like ;
coming
attention having at best a 20-1 I School where almost every with no regard as to time. Detroit Owner of the
5 Six hpd child received such tent. 85 of oldest vehicle will he lag real Blow and drop imagining; mind. I.el you relax and "ho i
t>ME CANNING'S Oeyesight. percent a ((2)) Approximately percent presented" '
20-40 vision and the remainder I Total hemoglobins In Bradford posItive sugars were collected In with a new truck from the "AdncoDi'slRn" that you weigh a ton, or simply. | hum, off to pleasant dreams" !
2.piece metal lid 35 percent had a 20-30 defect. School 361 the afternoon.15 percent of line of trucks to throwing away the pillow. From where I sit, there's noth-

|thii tit w it d.v.lopmnt In 2- Allowing for the possible inaccuracy Total number of hemoglobins positive sugars were collected In bo Introduced by Chevrolet In tho The consensus. favored counting ing like a temperate glans.. of beer I
eal lidll Tharo's no daub of of the teachers these figures 14 and below 326 the forenoon. near future. sheep. But right away was tho to smooth away tho creases of tho

ST a sofa saal. for your still reach alarming propor- Number of anemias In group ((3)) 20 percent of all urines were Mules of the contest provide question I what kind of .sheep day, relay' a body nnd pave tho .
homcann d foods. .
it Just la fast if tions.: age 6-8 43 positive for sugar that the truck must carry 1947 There were some votes for countin WilY for a good night's sleep. Try I
prns
D DOME h dawn, (far l Is The otoscopic examinations revealed Number of anemias In group ((4)) Rechecking specimens collected license plate, and be driven to a Merinos, Shropshire,Oxfords and It, and sea If I'm not right. ,
In c.al.dFits! any Mason little pathology of the ear. age 8-12 136 In the forenoon, showed that Chevrolet dealership for official Dorsets.Kil Mopes said he had best
|ar. Easy to vso bo- Wax, insects, shells cotton, paper, Number of anemias in group less than 3 percent of all mines registration. Ago of the trucks luck counting cromtbrecda. 71.g! \ ,
cavil it's suro. Con bodies 12 and above 147. showed will lie determined the
and other foreign wel'efrequently age persistent sugar. by serialnumber .
ChlUlers
mar*lh Finally, Itrrt spoke<< nn
w.lh. BALI taiy MRS way AND found and removed restoring Conclusions: ((5)) 2 percent of all urlnea were of tins vehicle, The search
COME LIDS) better hearing to a few of ((1)) Females showed greater Incidence -: positive for albumin. bewail May 10 and will continue f fu
those affected. t of anemia ; (6)( ) C.8 percent of all urines show- until June IS. L'.p,right '7.lllfi''S'.II".II..r.f F"/Ifm./ ,
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c AT YOURGROCER'S Nasal disturbances were found 34 percent of all females had .__ ____ _.

Infrequently and do not present a I hemoglobins of 12 or less I
problem for medical care. 19 percent of all males had
The Incidence of carles of per- hemobloblns of 12 or less '
S\ ;
Jrr manent teeth is 24 percent as 20 percent of all males had NOWLG001d "l

v1Jt compared with 19 percent of carIes hemoglobins over 14
I of temporary teeth. These 3 percent of all females had I"

1s over all figures do not have much hemoglobins over 14. '

i JJa J significance for, one must examine The hemoglobin determination 5!
the figures as divided accordingto Is a method of estimating the I
age groups. It ia thought number of red blood corpuscles.The .

however that the 43 percent of normal forthese- age a-roups'' I"! \,!
dental'dlMeu':,js relatively low Is 13 to 1$' years. Of the 361 i f'





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;qty' to make saving a regular, continuous, these Investments-anjrwfcoro? \ \ Price 16.JO ;

:.atic procedure has enabled these millions of As your banker will tell you, no other security of Prewar Pr/co 14.75 I4I .-. ..
e to accumulate billions of dollars in U.S. comparable safety will give you as good a return on
!1 Bonds e.oo.lefw"" T.a I
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available to people NOT on payrolls-through substantial fart of them in U.S. Savings Bonds. I l\\ 1 big reduction in the price of than for any tire O. F, Goodrich

"" nd-a-Month Plan for buying U.s. Say The new Bond-a-Month Plan makes accumulating the famous Silvcrtown tire! ever produced. Ia fact, mart J J'i

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choose, starting years rR safe, trouble-free driving I \
$100 a month 1 prewar prices! And despite f.
of the : into Bonds now will give you this 1
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*V to the bank i In which you keep checking beginning in 1957. W NCE bfghermanufactutIngcoatstoo. daysaadYacationequipyourOne i ": ,- I t
** You at For a financially sound future for both your L 0 n of the that makes ,4' tO
authorize the bank to buy for you, L things car now with D. F. Goodrich r
*intervals,a U.S. Bond. From then country and yourself, see your bank and start buying n l'IRE reduction "
bank Savings Bonds through the Bond- -Month L 0 poll.biethls huge price Silvertowos st these new reduced i' ,V1! ,
buys the Bond regularly, mends it to U.S.Savings YOUR is the tremendous JtmanJ prices. IL: II
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKE. FLORIDA FRID.IY
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; : ; luncheon at the home of the former freshments of birthday cake and Waldo
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t ;' Miss Louise Snyder Bradley-Pollock served. The OES
,, fltt SOCIETY and CLUBS at Camp Blandin,. Ice cream were large Ntic(
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't Becomes Bride birthday cake was gaily decoratedin '
(/,.: J'PJl.' Large arrangements of Easter pink and green and held five Mrs. Opal Bartow 1I1J1'

r 4 Of Rep. Wainwright lilies were used in decorating the pink candles. Favors for the afternoon official, visit to the '
*a
+ Buffet Supper Miss Hazel Crosby hostess' home for this occasion. were vari-colored balloons. tel' No 120 Thursday

I i Given At Lake For Weds Mr. St. Amand Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sauls an- The members met at eleven o'- Mrs. fceymour was assisted In 5. at 8:00: o'clock nth.
f nounce the marriage of Mrs. clock at the Cottrell's home and All, n
and his lit-
,r, Miss Peek Mr. Ward In Church CeremonyThe Sauls' daughter, Louise Snyder, from there went to the officer's entertaining tie friends by Douglas her mother, Mrs. are urged to attend ant<< "
members
r? r' to Noon D. Wainwright, Jr., son club where they held their business are welcome
and her sister Mrs.
rl;( f Miss Frances Peek and her fiance marriage of Miss Hazel of N. D. Wainwright, Sr., and the meeting which was presidedover N. Williams '

C Roy M. Ward, whose mar. Crosby, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. late Mrs. Wainwright, on Thurs- by the chairman. Mrs. W. O. Gladys Harrington. j

;r, rlage will be an event of July 10th, C. A. Crosby of Brooker, and day, May 29th, In Folkston, Ga. Halle had charge of the programand Douglas had about fifty little Times Have ChaoIJL&
to the with
playmates enjoy party
ry, 11 were the Inspiration for a lovely Warren F. St. Amand, of St. The marriage took place in the devotional for the morning.At .
him
;' buffet supper Friday evening Petersburg was solemnized Sun Methodist parsonage with the 12:30 luncheon was enjoyedon I

I 1r 9 when Mr. and Mrs. ]t. A. Green day afternoon, June '1, at 5 o' minister, the Rev. M. T. Webb, ,rr the large pier over the water.
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id r and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nas- clock in the Brooker Baptist performing the ceremony in the Ib wl Guests on this occasion were Farewell Party :

," worthy entertained at the Nas- church the Rev. J. T. Norris per. presence of a few Intimate friendsof : by the Rev and Mrs. W. J. Church-I I For Miss Holton

worthy's summer home on Kings- forming the double ring ceremony. the couple. well, and Mrs. W. L. Balr. ; I

dl M ley Laka. The church was beautifully dec- The bride chose for her weddingan Miss Alice Holton, who left 1"

a Beautiful arrangements of glad- orated with arrangements of white afternoon gown of white sill Birthday Parties Sunday for her home In Tampa A4

,; toll and Easter Lilies were used gladioli, asters, and Easter lilies, faille made along simple lines and was the honor guest at a surprise I

I In decorating the spacious screened banked against palms and Inter- her accessories were also of white. For Young Honorees party given by Mr. and Mrs.

41 porch and living room where spersed with candelabra holding Her corsage was of yellow roses. Freeman Register, Jr., last Saturday I

the guests were entertained. Tulle lighted tapers. Mrs. Beginning a series of little tots' I I evening. Spring flowers In
Wainwright was graduated Mrs. Raymond Krelter l an-
bows .tied on the stems of several Miss Katherine Adkins rendered from Bradford County High nounces the marriage of her birthday parties this week was several original arrangementswere I
:I+ of the blossoms added a futttier:! a program of nuptial music, that of Arthur Holiday, three used in decorating the Register
School In the class
of 33 and daughter, Billie Jean Pollock, to
ijhA "rte r artistic note to the floral pieces. Including the traditional wedding year old son of Mr. and Mrs. A. home.
six In Los But the
spent Angelesand
years John Leslie Bradley on Dec. 24, Custom Hast
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The buffet table wan covered marches, and Mrs. Baxter For-' other points In California and 1946 in Folkston, Ga. Holiday, who celebrated his birth- Twenty-six friends were pres-

with an Imported linen and lice rester sang "At Dawning" and while there completed a business Mrs. Bradley Is also the daughter day anniversary Monday after- ent to enjoy the games and music. For Photographs of 3

cloth and centered with a three- "Because". course In the California Business of the late William Pollock noon when his mother entertainedIn Miss Myrtle Thomas assisted Mrs dings and Other Err

tiered wedding cake. The cake The bride, given in marriage by School and attended Los Angeles of Port Washington, Long Island his honor. Register In serving refreshments. <

IK w'' rj s r was topped with a bouquet of her father, was gowned in white Junior College and Woodbury and New York City. Arthur's party was held in the At the conclusion of the even- WRITE T. II. OSBO 1:1:

gladioli blossoms) and waa decorated satin with a marquisette yoke I College in Los Angeles. After Mr. Bradley Is the son of Mr spacious yard of Mr. and Mra. Ing, Miss Holton was presentedwith Box 423 or Call "I
with miniature old-fashioned off-the-shoulder ruf- Carl Johns and the folk a gift of remembrance her
s featuring an returning to Florida she took an and Mrs. J. M. Bradley of the young by Hoover Kros. Sludli
r. nosegays, which were given asa fle. The bodice was fitted with I extension course In Spanish from State Farm. enjoyed playing games on the hostess.

favors at the conclusion of the a full skirt swept Into a full I the University of Florida. For lawn.Mrs.

supper. Tall burning white tapers length train. The long' sleeves the past few months Mrs. Wainwright Two Brides-Elect Holiday was assisted In I

d In silver candelabra balanced the formed points over her hands. has been connected with entertaining and serving Ice cream

central:! embellishment.The Her veil wan of sheerest Illusion the White Survey office in Starke Honored At Coffee and cake to Arthur and his little I

honorees were presented and was finger tip In length. She and for the past few weeks has guests by Miss Kate Struth, Miss IF YOU NEED

r with a piece of sliver in their selected carried a bouquet of white roses been employed as an attache at Miss Frances Peek, whose mar- Delia Rosenberg and Mrs. R. G.I

Y y pattern a gift of remembrance and tuberoses, centered with a the 'legislature In Tallahassee. Kldd.
d r 1 Gcr from their hosts. white, purple-throated orchid. M... attended Bradford riage to Roy M. Ward will be an The birthday cake, iced in white
/ Wainwright event of July 10th, and Miss was decorated in pink and green A Gas
About
fifty guests were present The matron of honor, Mrs. County High School, com- RangSee
is T a to enjoy the party with Miss Peek Katherine Northern, sister-in-law pleted a business course at the Gloria Buford, whose marriage to: and topped with four burning

r ; ?, Mr. Ward Mr. and Mrs. Green of the bride, wore a pink taffeta Jacksonville Business College and Walter King will take place on: pink birthday candles" Favors for
7 II' J and Mr .and Mrs. Nasworthy. fashioned along the same the afternoon were pastel colored
gown 1 attended the University 01 Flor- July 26th, shared honors at a
lines as the bride's. She wore a ida. He was one time mayor of coffee Saturday morning from' baskets holding assorted candles Us !

Pro and Mrs. Herlong pink picture hat and long match- 1 Starke and is a veteran of World I Napkins bearing the inscription
eleven until o'clock when Mrs.
one carriedout
further
"Happy Birthday"
Ing gloves. Her bouquet was of I Wars I and II. He has served
i Feted At Reception orchid aster two terms W. E. Middleton, Mrs. T. F. Lan- 1 the birthday motif.
as Representative from
i, drum and Mrs. E. L. Matthews About fifty young people were
tp Mr. and Mrs. George D. Wood Jacqueline Mott, flower girl, Bradford County in the State entertained at the home of the : present to enjoy the afternoon Ell
wore a blue gown trimmed with Legislature. At the close of the
of Jacksonville entertained with
J a latter on Church and Eight, with Arthur.
j + reception In their home last Sat. pink rosebuds, and a matching legislative session Mr. and Mrs. Streets. 1
spray In her hair. She carrieda Wainwright will make their homein ,
urday evening, honoring Dr. and afternoon
The lower floor of the Matthews' Tuesday flve-year-olt
sf, Mrs. M. B. Herlong of Starke, basket of rose petals. Wayne Starke where Mr. Wainwright home was decorated with Kathy Struth was the young hon- dmt) JOd)
b recent Thomas, nephew of the bride and in engaged in the real estate and
whose marriage was a Easter lilies, zinnias, Shasta daisies oree when her mother, Mrs. Mer-
ring bearer, wore a white suit I insurance business.Winsome iii
event.In and roses, for this affair. rill Struth entertained at their
with a black Windsor tie, and carried -
the receiving line were Mr. .. home on Walnut St.
t the rings on a white satin Guesls were greeted at the
and Mrs. Wood, Dr. and Mrs. Class
rt' door by Miss Madge Middletonand Kathy and her little friends
Herlong, and Mrs. Herlong's son pillow. Has Annual Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde and played games on the lawn andMrs.
Forrest Crosby, brother of the Banquet
n4 ( and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Struth was assisted In entertaining -
for the were presented to the receiving
bride, served as beat man
M.
1 10 fl' John Spring Wiggins.flowers Were used In bridegroom. Ushers were W. C. Members of the Winsome Class lino by Mrs. Fred Guy. The receiving -I by Kathy's aunt. Miss
r c Kate Struth, Miss Della Rosen-
and Lowell Douglas.The of the Baptist Church entertainedtheir line was composed of the
decorating the home of Mr. and
berg, and Mrs. R. G. Kldd.
4 two honorees and the hostesses. !:
Mra. Wood, and the dining table bride's mother chose a pas husbands at their annual Pink with
t was overlaid with a Madeira cloth tel blue crepe dress with navy banquet held Friday evening at The refreshment table was cov- roses green leaves

and centered with a silver bowl accessories. Her corsage was a eight o'clock in the new intermediate ered with an imported embroidered were cake used In and decorating burning pink the birthday candles We Have Them From $119.50!
'
r fit' of gardenias, flanked by lighted purple orchid. building of the church. linen cloth and centered withan surrounded the Inscription
r The bridegroom's mother worea arrangement of roses, stokesla,
white tapers in silver candelabra.At The long "T" shaped banquet
each end of the table crystal floral design dress with black table was beautifully decorated and Shasta daisies. Presiding at dividual"Happy Birthday cakes with to identical Kathy". dec-In- A GOOD SUPPLY OF HOT {WATER

accessories. Her corsage was also the silver service placed at.One
punch bowls were placed with mixed summer flowers arranged orations as those the
v l "' About 200'guests called during a purple orchid. In low bowls) and placed end of the' table were the mothers cake were served! vwlth on the large ice HEATERS PRICEDRIGHT !?,.

,q r'd r tyfi ''the appointed, hours.. Following the ceremony a reception alternately with dolls dressed in of the brides-elect, Mrs. S. L. Peek, cream. ..
was held on the lawn at novel costumes. Maiden hair fern Mrs. R. C. Buford, and Mrs. L. A.
( f : Miss June Caldwell of the State the home of Mrs. James W. running the entire length of the Davis, and Mrs. J. E. Wilson Favors of pastel colored cups

Farm was the guest Monday and Thomas, sister of the bride. The table and tall burning candles Pouring Iced coffee during the filled with varicolored Jelly beans Slade

Tuesday of Miss Madge Brown. living room and dining room of added further charm to the set- morning were: Mrs. L. D. Vining, were present presented to to the the fifty guests

lee. the Thomas' homo was decorated Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Mrs. J. R. Kite, enjoy afternoon

with bowls of magnolias) and ting.Blanchard and Mrs. G. L. Patten. with Kathy.
Law acted as toast-
Shasta daisies, and white tapersin master for the evening and Introduced Those assisting in serving and Young Douglas Seymour celebrated Gas Company

J.B III crystal candelabra. Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, entertaining the guests were: Mrs. his fifth birthday anniversary -
laws I Mrs. Cliff Strickland. Jr., was
president of the class, who gavean R. F. Demoreat, Mrs. W. B. Sew- Wednesday afternoon at his

R KEk41) FL-:. In charge of the bride's book and address of welcome to the husbands ell, Mrs. W. B. Mundy Miss Lu- home when his mother, Mrs J. D.
Norris assisted. at the 213 E. Call St. 1 I't
Mrs E. T. Phone
I and other guests. FollowIng cile Mitchell, Miss Iilell Landrum, Seymour entertained for him.
) gift table. Mrs. T. H. Rahn and Mrs. R. P. Stubb Ins.
the address of welcome' Mr. Many
games were
Sun. Mon. > Trees.l and presentedthem enjoyed by
greeted guests
June 8-9-10 to the receiving line. Law Introduced Mrs. LaMont Miss Buford and..Mlss Peek the young people' during the aft-
a l Could of Eustis ,who gave an Inspiring were presented with silver tea rnoon, and at five o'clock re
The three-tiered wedding cake
talk on class work. The bell, mementoes of the occasiJTt.
'p ;t; The STRANGER was cut and served by Mrs. E. C. .
Rev. L. D. Haines preceded the About sixty friends of the two
R.
i Taylor, assisted by Mrs. F.
Edward O. Iloblnnon, Loretta program with a beautiful prayer.At honorees called during the ap -
May, Mrs. O. R. Gano, Mrs. J. F.
i Young, Orson Welles Parrlah. Mrs. H. C, Douglas served each guests place was found pointed hours.Woman's. -wti

y MARCH OF TIME: & NEWS punch. an attractive year book carryingout

d For her wedding, trip the bride the class colors of rose, green Auxiliary I
Wed. ThiirM. June 11-12: '
choRe Ice blue gabardine suit and gold. The programs repeated -
an Of St. Mark's MeetsThe
DOUIiLK FE.%TUJtJo: with navy blue accessories. With the chosen color scheme. Don't ForgetFather's Sunday

this she wore an orchid corsage. I Miss Jeanette Priest, talented
On A Train Woman's Auxiliary of St.
4j Lady Mr. and Mrs. St. Amand will i musician softly played piano selections Marks Episcopal Church metMonday
reside In Ft. Lauderdale. throughout the evening
ts "tt Deanna Darbln, Ralph Bellamy, and also accompanied the group afternoon at 3:30 o'clockat Day June 1 5thYou're
the Church Recreation
Center,
.
David Bruce
Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and Mrs singing.
AndWoman with the president, Mrs. Mattle
-
C. A. Darby are spending today.In
The class presented the follow Gahagan In the chair.
Gainesville. ing with gifts remembrance of I
Chases During the business meeting '-
the occasion: Mrs. Gould, guest
plans were made to go to the
speaker: Mrs. Alvarez, class presi-
Protect Your UpholsteryWith State Prison Farm on June 20th
Man dent; Mrs. E. D. Tenley, class Instructor -
S ;4 a' Good Durable ; Mrs. L. D. Haines, chair- women.A to conduct. a meeting for the Sure To Please Him With A Fine Watch Or A

Miriam Hopkins. Joel MrRa of committee and
+ man banquet ;
t fi st ALSO NEWS SEAT COVERSTAILORED Mr. Law, toastmaster. "India"study, was course started* on by the book Mrs Kreisler Band For The Watch He Already Has

k Forty-one members and guess Lemuel Colson. It ...
Fri. Sat. June IS 14 was announced
DOUBLE FEATURETarzan TO were present to enjoy this lovely that the book will be studied

fJ i 'I. f, FIT YOUR affair. at each meeting until the courseis .f

'Ill completed.In JUST RECEIVED! '

.:.-..."..;. INDIVIDUALAUTOMOBILE Brownlee Home the late afternoon the hostesses u -1
3
t and the ", for the meeting, Mrs. Gaha-
Scene of UDC Meet
'' Leopard Woman gan and Mrs. H. C. Brown served
In Colors To Suit
kx" And Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Mrs. S. E. light refreshments. Ladies 21-Jewel BULOVA WatchesALSO

Your TasteSTARKE Brownlee and Mrs J. 1'':. Wilson
Lawless Breed were joint' hostesses Wednesday Methodist Circles

afternoon at the J. M. Brownlee
1 : Fuzzy: Knight Jane Adams, Met This Week
,
when entertained
Wa homo they members Ladies and Gents
((1 Elgins
Dick Curtis
SEAT COVER CO. .of the W. T. Weeks Chapter,
.. .
AlNCARTOON UDC. MM. W. E. Middleton and Mrs.

SERIAL I' Court & Madison Sts. The hostess charming surbur- Hattie Hathcock were co-host

ban home was attractively decorated esses Monday afternoon at the \%7M'
with Easter'hlies' and blue home of the former on WalnutSt. S i / HOLMES:
.. when ROGERS v e r w a re
they entertained members -
EDWARDS
r and white hydrangeas for this and
rk' : Ride The New Starke City Transit Bus meeting. the of Methodist Circle One Church.of the WSCSof I "BY INTERNATIONAL"

d la. the absence of the president,
flNow In Operation, Starke and Environs Mrs. E. K. Ferryman the business The lower floor of the Middleton's -
home was decorated with
meeting was presided over by
t 50 Minute Schedules
Raster lilies, zinnias and roses for
r r .. .. Mrs. George Roberts, 2nd vice- this meeting.

Straight Fare: lOc In City; t5c Over City Limits president. Mrs.\ U D. Vinlng presided over I WATCH
After routine business the following REPAIRING
i Commuters Hook 20 Tickets For $1.00 the business meeting and Mrs. A. I
: r I.or I nomina tinecommittee was Wood, assisted by Mr. A. W. Anderson -

Service From 5:30 A. M. Until Midnight appointed: Miss Madge Mlddleton led the devotional.
;z'' t I .I Mrs. O. L. Haynes and Mrs. O. L. During the social hour the two

; i" Complete Schedules Will Be Printed Later Beasley. hostesses served the twelve mem- I
During the social hour the bers and one visitor present a
i After Runs Have Been Established
.
tsd three hostesses served a tempting tempting salad course
r
r. or r GEM
salad course to the twelve mem- Circle two, Mrs. J. B. Cottrell JEWELRY

1 STARKE CITY TRANSIT bers present. chairman, enjoyed a covered dishALVAREZ'STORE

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Watch For The Maroon: & Cream Colored Bus Established 1894& PHONE 170 STARKE FLA.


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COUNTY TELEGIL\.PII. 8TARKIC. FLORIDA PAGE FIV19ITS

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of LOCAL Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McClane and, Miss Alice Holton. a student of'' nacle. I

I family spent the week-end In Or- Bradford High School who has Invitations will not be sent out, \Every Branch of

lando as guests of Mrs. :McClane'sparents spent the winter In the home of but all friends of the couple are

I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Duke. her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. invited to attend.
returned Mr.
sylvia Morse of I Mrs. Effie Johns had, as guests Freeman Register of SUrke, left INSURANCEH. I I
Unl-
I Sunday from Stetson parents : Saturday her niece Miss Nellie last Sunday for her home In Tam- Baptist Circles _

[, spend the summer with daughter Wilson of Philadelphia Pa., and pa. She will spend her summer .

to Air and Mrs. W. R. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Webb of vacation there. Hold MeetingsCircle
rentll. born om
mont Hawthorne.Mr. Paul Knight of New York City | C. WALL AGENCY :

hlt eater heater (for son and and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and Is the guest of his parents. Col. One of the Baptist WMS .
,
is, tankM) available for children of Jacksonville were and Mrs. D. B. Knight for two met Tuesday afternoon at 3:30:

1"1 o lr d.\1v'ry.\ Rosier Bro. Mrs. guests of his parents Mr. and weeks. While here he and his o'clock at the home of Mrs. W. Please Phone 146 J

1 IIt8 2611. Starke. ley Jr., Mrs L. S. Hutto Thursday through mother, accompanied by Charles B. Mundy where mixed summer

0., Box Peter of Gaines Ftarke : Sunday. Nancy, and Jlo Knight of Gainesville flowers were used in decorating.Mrs. CONSTANT SERVICE OVER 50 YEARS JI
lean St the L. G.
I Powell chairman,
pent Tuesday and Wednes- with the : Stoves, hot water healer (for are occupying the Matthews conducted the business meeting I

Ljli' Florence Brown and the during cylinders or tank) available for cottage on Kingsley Lake. during which it was decided to

I Immediate dellvt-ry. Rosier Brim. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis will
Mootys. tending send three boxes of dried fruits
Mrs. O. Gas Co., Box ZG8. Starke. attend the graduation exercises and vegetables to needy families CLASSIFIED

--r. W. Miss Wanda Pearce a studentat and receptions at FSCW In Talla-1\' In Europe. Refreshments were

s Tampa Florida State University, Tallahassee hasaee this weekend. Their daughter -, served at the close of tho social

sister, will arrive tomorrow to Idalou. Is a member of the period. FOR $ALh--.iMdru"tn.. mill, MiliKlntaof DON'T: I"ono roT- _"t..mobll. auction
graduating class and will receive spring.. miittroHd. ,rid fourplmu evsry pdnvndny, I atOalnravlllo
I'M JUST AS Jimmy spend the summer vacation with her diploma at exercises on Mon Circle Two of the Baptist W. 1 ,. $ 00. aai N Wiilmil. lip Llvaalork "M'j.: l.liny r
her .
.
leave for mother Mrs. Bertha Pearce. I or a H. If
JUICY AND day. M. U. met at the Klngsley Luke FOR VOt'H OAK wo have. n new

TENDER AS they will Friends of Mrs. Russell Judd, H. O. (Buddy) Davis home of Mrs K. W. Hayes Tuesday IMIII.ro auto laillo' Imtnrillat
who received burns a journal- InHtnllmliMl., A. low nil //Yee).
(; day severe Sun- WE NOW HAVE
+t CAN BE Urn student at the University of morning at 10:3O:: o'clock ,HIIKPHKItn. ; IIAPIO SKUVU'IO, I
Ivy L. day when a pressure cooker she Florida Is spending a two weeks' with nine members and visitors Cuurt at Madison street, "Hturko'
O. R. was using mlsfunctioned, will be U Repair PartsFor
preHnnt.
ty vacation between semesters with
PgAKTIFMSFLYE$1 guests glad to learn that she Is recovering
his parents :Mr. and Mrs. W. N. An interestingbook entitled

s F. Frank -. North at the State Farm. During "God Can" and desoilblnfr very LIST YOUR FARM ("ITVNIt Most Standard t

Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch, Mack his vacation he Is assisting on the vividly the Baptist rescue missionsIn BUSINESS ritOPEHTV I

day to Futch Q. M. Sistrunk and Joe editorial staff of the Telegraph. the City of New Orleans was Casting REELS l,
e.S'I'ROU'r
after Sistrunk were dinner guests Fri- I Ralph Rhodes and Joe Monteithleft reviewed by the Rev. L. D.

her day of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Echerdin last weekend to join their Haines In his usual clear! and Inter PELTS ,

and Mrs. Jacksonville. The dinner was eating manner.At ': '&SO'1AL
HILL'S parents Mr. and Mrs. D. A Mon ..... ........ .
(} ; given in honor of G. M. Sistrunk's86th Srra .10. of maittw Darby Bros. I
!
teith In Eustis. one o'clock R delightful .
...... *..,. .... mnil* tivrv
:OFFEE SHOP :! birthday anniversary.Mrs. covered dish luncheon was servedIn /a.IMN ...... of liftmen_ Parma
For wedding portraits T. II.
see
.
Starkn on E. D. Stokes and granddaughter Oalxirne. See ad on IMUW .*.. the dining room. Vases of gar- Wo.'-.r..p..... ...Iloreto... oprn from II." ..all. over. ta* Starke. Fla.

'1 WEST CALL ST. all day Miss Mary Carter of The Rev. i. D. Haines left yes- denias added( to the attractiveness F.. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCYKipWNrntoil

STAKKE FLA. Drlvo out Columbia S. C., are guests of terday for DeLand where he will of the dining room. Locally fly FOIL HUNT Two-room fiirnlHhnilIIPHI .. .

meats, Mrs. Stokes' brother-in-law and be one of the Instructors in the The afternoon! session was opened F. r. IIOIXINCISWOKTII ''(tniniit. liiMiHnnittil. ( IIIH* In, t
sister Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. with the hymn "Rvarun the SOU lOiiHt MuillMiin ..tr..t.ork., .
school I
ten-day of the Baptist De- 116 So. Walnut St. If Ira )
I j Mrs.! Bertha Pearce spent the Land Assembly. Perishing," and this wan followedby
the afternoon devotional on the l-ONSt'I.T S. 1'. HOWELIn "r"lrlt.llllllNt. .
I weekend In St. Augustine with Mrs. T. F. Grady and Miss Jean VATTHHXHKH nf all klnda r"novatrit Mttdltllll. Ullil llnlilirrItAt*
her son-in-law! and daughter, :Mr. Irwin left Tuesday for a week'svisit subject of ''"Prayer' by Mrs. H. furnltliro upholstered andrpflnUlinl. and :1'onnly: Illenxxx.:: I toil 1 you; 1
L,, Hough and, was followed, with l>rnl' ia a caulMAHTINI1H tan Luther Clark place a ml. Nor
and Mrs. E. R. Smyth: In Atlanta, Ga.. with :Mrs. MATTHCrtH CO.. l-i>XIUO Bturkv on 11.1. 'too. I.uuli foiHlwn.
LUES"I, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill C. Futch Grady's brother-in-law and sinter prayer led, by Mrs. L. D. Hainan. Piilnika. Kin.. tf I Sep, 6-11 U I

I and children Charles! and Martha, :Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Burns. The business session WON calledto -
W. L, Andrews 1101'10111"UIt! N.I id'Freue; atllejn,
order Mrs
i of Tallahassee, spent last week- Mrs. J, H. Fields and ,daughter, by 6-wimiM, rurnlnlieil, two toilet.*
r | Circle Leader. Mrs. E.V.. Hayes 1 fix niiil .Hhowfr ,luniitiiif. I wutrr
I end here with his parents Mr. and Hazel and Mr. and Mra. C. H. 16 HUTMENTS In 3roiiniM .
k Kiia html utmiliitle 110
Mrs. C. A. Futch and with G. M. Fields. spent Monday in Jackson Secretary, rend the minutes of Moved( on Your Lot iciilloii. KIIM h..h"n t wui' >r mater,
: :
ktitw and Joe Sistrunk. ville. the last meeting which were approved lalK lot, .hl. I176U. Tornia.
ftll",,) 1 WIIIIIIII Ht tir write hex
Set Foundation
Mrs. J. S. Cassie of New Orleans as read. on NKill ..
"-f1e1601/kyJIIIJ,6dl./ Lt. Com. and Mrs. B. A. Lien- 72. I'k. If ties
,
tnNluuruwlt La will spend this weekend Visiting committees! were appointed 5225;
June ? hard and son, Johnny, are leaving
,
1,11, to visit the members who KOIt HA MO] ,- A ft.7 ft. wnik-in
Futch
with Mr. and Mrs. C A. Staike this weekend, to make fiiiilHi'. AI.Mi) u 4-iliinr aolld flak
15th and family. I their home in Newport R. I. Mrs. were absent because of Illness and "..IYIIIlllO"h"p.. J......
other causes and also to enlist new Ihl IS HUTMENTS: Dairy, Hlnrko lip U-H
Llenhard 'end Johnny will spenda

few weeks with her parents In mombers. $350 f.o.h. Camp lllanclinff 11001'| Qtf.\I.ITV, IIr .\V1tltlr.tr.r>
Ties by The offering amounted to $19.- ,
Kansas City before joining Lt. n" huii-hed 200 fur only 17flo..
Fresh WaterBREAM &0. At the close of business, the wouriiwniuhi "'""'KI4. 101 w.
Com. Lienhard in R I, North Ave Itiililinora I. Mil.
$1.00 Mr. and Mrs. R. R Hutching hostess served delicious! punch I.<4'" lliilMInK Mud-rial: Siding"' Sip II-II ,

and daughter, Montle moved-buck and, cake. 2\IU\ Kits-trio: 1''lalures, 4 ft.1'lnorl'nrent .- Vim IHONTroom" rnodxrn fur- I

to Starke this week from Pensa- r Light; ;\111..1\11.\ '. nlHhuil., t'nttiiiri'. Una iraa slave,
Circle Three met at the home of rlnrtrU1 i'tMrntor. Also luritaTvniplu
Belts by } cola and have an apartment at I Mri.. II. L. Starling with ten mfmber //oII'.tr..k.' Luvoratorlen, Toilet ) Aritulin IHI. Adullt tf t
only
the T. M. Hutchlngs home. Mr.
*. and the WMU president Mrs. l-'Ktlireit.
$1.00 Hutchlngs IH employed at J. P. i
to and PERCH II, L. Hough present.The I Kcm "AI.t'1n Intrrnntlonal. Farm-. i.
Roberts Motors.S. I .' steel l.A'I l. I
SEE J. J. PIEKSONIt Mil trattnr. model l If. on k r' I
home was attractively decorated i-iiiiillllnn. liori>nau n.l Drvim.HtHrk I
L. Peek Is recuperating froman ,:
with summer flowers for Hip 6.55Alit t
appendectomy performed in i (Cute: Camp lilandinK
iris by Manhattan & Mark ARE BACKAfter thla occasion
Shadycrest Hospital Tuesday.Mrs. HAM2Alrllna Itndlolhono.flnmhlniitlon .
Mrs R. B. Alvarez led the devotional I' an l>.. seen atKaHtrrn 1
R. R. Hutchings and Mrs. r
Autit Hupiily. Cheap tf
$3.95 and $4.50 lining ns her subject mat- PAttY:" 8ITTKII -- Will' care, forbnhlea I
After 8 Months T. M. Hutchings! were called to ter portions of the sixth chapterof l or Hinnll 'hll.lr..n hv lha ,
Thomasvllle Ga., Sunday where hour In Ihxlr home' or at my own.I'mituct
Mark : Nor toe 04we.nxy, jlumii-; CONEY 1 ISLAND It
Shirts by \ r little Tommy Dodson the lalter'sgrandson ton. illiai 'I
[port- -' ? underwent an opera. Those taking part on tha pro- SANDWICH SII01 : !

gram were: Mrs. B. D. Law, who FOR 8AM3-H burner oil stove. n Tenth A Church Mia.KKATIJHINU .

tlon.Mrs. read "Baptist World Alliance"; 4 burner Neurn, a. Hlmmona baby.
$2.95 and $3.45 R. D. Heaae and two children |h..1| nnil' fiat Iras H, a ...."11 ire rv c
"Why I Voluntered for Mission awhiicrniiiplf P
rltforittur! largo porch
Carol and Ray and Mrs. O. Work" was given by Mr. O. O. .t.., and .n illnlnir lnhl. Tasty 1I..r&.1; lOc
fRfSHt.ISH K. Adams all of Jacksonville were Mr. W P Illrt, IIAm"..,... 2t d-8 ANI I
: Webb and Mrs T. B. Harding
55c ; With Meat Sauce
fndershirts
last week of Dr. and Mrs.
guests .
.... who discussed "Spiritual 1'reparn- FOIL MALE-New fraah water .h- f '
Herlong Adams. Mrs. Adams remained InK r...ln at I'uroll Hnrvlca Hlnlloit -
ox 50c Trousers tlon for Peace". iii T>mpla' AVI. 2t II.S Take a blalC full hom for
visit her
for a longer with
for the afternoon I'artl..r 1'lcnlc Homo
____ __ DOWN son and daughter-in-law Dr. and The offering KNO\VIKI ahnnt ranger. may
wall $13.10.The says ynur llfo1: ,,.nil. 'name andaililrpHN slate lee (<< >eiuii. Assorted
I"e Have Many Other Gift AND GET YOURS Mrs Adams meeting was cloned with a on .H poMriiril to Am.*ri< Flavors. I'lnta 255'. Double
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall and ran ( ..n..r Horlwlv 22 Ann Ht, l
So Why Not Drop In And children, and W. L. Wall moved beautiful Drownlce. prayer by Mrs J. M. Now KflKW York b0nklrl) I I. l.N. Y and. r,v..lvi rth I > nip on Sugar ('on"k/ ) t

__ ____ Friday to the Weeks' cottage on served her 01"0 Front 0 to 13: p.m.lallj I
Mrs. Starling guests
MagnoliaFish KlngBley Lake for the month of VOlt HALF:-A s-mnm hntiss. .. to IncliHlIng Sundays
refreshments of cake cookies, acre Ittinl. w fttirnHiy *
1 June. Coca-Colas. mntiihN :nlil:i 1 helfvr. l-yr ;old:i'h..t 1 t

Rl Mi' and Mrs S. W. HaUten are and f4r, l I.yr. nM l boil, a vnrlty "f
fruit trnH, J5iu( ,'H.h itr ttrniHChan. FOR SALE
MarketPhone leaving the end of the week fora WestYarbroughMrs. toNsil, lit I, II"! '
l'n :
visit with their son-ln-Iaw andJ hnwl.y. 5.71 I.I MM Kill I lull t ""w..h., tae, 6,

'daughter Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller Richard S. Fernandez announces 12, $40-1701. 'In eninplalf!
J Flllt \I.IT l'rrmn sod ..... .. .
I I ar rI Plumbing; P'ltlliiK: vt In. I'lv Wniid;
TILE STORE OF V 37 i: In Miami. the marriage of her I I and 'Invrrit ti. la. Iiigk.Id,1er.. Ht.uni liolltirii' Water Tanka; Caat
totes\ .., hot water heaters (for granddaughter Mary Alice Its Nfr lii>... /'ri,... lmpr....i*.l Iron natllatora llna Kloorlnv; Oak.
vet//l.s. MiiiMlly hrnrlnif .,.| In Kloorlnir. IN.ok Hh.lva.fl .
r>linden or tanks. ) available forInunlsllate brough. to Wayland Myron .....11.ext ........lItI..... IurN..'1 ... '11 llall: '.'''11. White (r'amant
delivery. hosier UroN. on May :21 at the Bethel vsr-1 ffialMklrta. '....... nt lake Iliillrr.I (Ilima, Illork llulv. limiting: sand I 1
.
I Mlotl *
I'lilinlr* ftnrMn li Krtfcl A IJiu) ( ,"ants Plpat omirta
Mrs. Morris Latterman will l*.nr lrr..i NM|. .,. ...11,11.....,. hiiUNa plnra, fluori Cftliiant; lnelc
Sale sin. The double-ring ceremony ...... linwnvrni.Hl.. lni'Ict.at fio > Mortar: Mix, Htfial Wlnilowai; i'alniOII
Sale Sale leave Tuesday for Tom's River'I wa performed by the Rev. L. O. |,.rnllt.n nf are*r*. r..*.. iri.liai and liliiek I'ulnli. Cnmtrat Floor

N. J., to attend her granddaughter's -, Schmidt pastor of that church. n.e...."en.',..... .r,5 .. ....... ofai I ciimulota; : ; Kill) tart I ) (ump Truekllniillnir.

'. HMaple6 .,.. .' ", Pre-War graduation. She expects. to .UtendanU for the weddingwere 400.'I'NV.rn. .r........ (.hI.. sod I l....r.. foil tl.Ki |2nn up, tooilnwii
., .. _, II' .. be back In a week. I Miss Fay Yarbrough. sister < >ri>* nt Innil .>. .ma<. II....,Ian 92il ,t,0. In. ellv Ilinltami .
.,
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: In 1.I n iMinlr n ur llrnilHf O61r: 1'111./'OY'YIIA41" 'f14ti
Dr. and Mrs. C. C, Mendoza and Went a ..
of the brldM, and Jay f ..01 41SFO1111 l'1'f:lt''lttlICftIlU' : (0. ,
Cliff and daughter Mian Those alfil. hi" will h# oprnril i.nJulw .,. M.IrI<-. Kdwarif rbnaa M
Kitchen Safes Don. cousin of the groom. present .
Living Suits II. .It" lit,.. nuir iiinil
[ oom Gloria Johns of Jacksonville and were members of both families ..........,. o, ......... sn,1 'l'ater,
their guests Mr. and Mrs. M. and Intimate friends. Mr. .... t ...1..*. T.rma tut aali* mirh 'I
Mrranvrrf.Ki FOR SALE
Moore of Durham N. C., were and Mrs. Went are making their .p fall ormnllon_ writ nrr !
Original Price 189.50 afternoon of Mrs. Wisconsin. ..n.ii>l ... W. '|'IMH.....01. II. ,....*
29495Doors guests Sunday home In Madison .....1... FlnrlitH.KIKt rtuhbur air' mutlraiiaca. .._. 17.1)0)
Mendoza's parents Mr. and Mrs.T. : ITOII KNriTI"f, ... W. Commercial coffee roast lag ma.

Lame/ J. Griffin en route to the John Girl Scouts Enjoy 'row 'sllb "hlna _ U ___On 11001)0ipoorn ) /C'

Reduced to $150 Space For H. SwUher's summer lodge on }''' machlna __u _". 138.00 .
Also Storage Hobo Hike i )IMI HAf.K-A IllO-lh.' Jack "FrostIr.
Novel
Groceries Keystone Lake. Miss Johns' and ll". 'In find nhupH, ."."1) aairnMna New short alnava part ahlrla 11 DO
N.w Navy dunvaraaa ....
Mrs. rpfrlworittnr and an 115
Mr. and
Consists of One Platform Rocker Cliff remained with The Girl Scouts. held, a Hobo el.r-irie l rifrlrator unit (1<.>lylnator l- New It In. lauthnr bunt __ 14' KA
Griffin while the remainder of ) I'rlifd nMMonahl In0ulrs -
Service Army 100% wool tilnnkat lisa
the Episcopal
Picric at
Window at pre'nd atucro huuae HtHurnitin r.
One Lounge Chair One Sofa the party went on to Keystone Center Wednesday afternoon. uka.. tfdh llouna paint gal-------- $2.60Army I
Mrs. Carrie Ritch and T. J. fiiffl l bags ._ ., .. : iiIT 25
Present were: Florence Brown N"w" whit. dunk trousers |3,15
LIMITED NUMBERS of St. Augustine were foil MAIM Kurnltur for a H-
Shades .65 Griffin Mary Sue Epperson Nancy White rat.... liitimfi, I I....n moving from /rusty nhneppkln' llnid lenth.r-r
.
guest Sunday afternoon of Major Ur..n 'ova HprlnifM.. Ms )I,.. flying Ixi-kotn ? .?,_ .._ BO
Chad-
Sharon Chadwell, Beverly Htool' folillna rots _
ti.HO
aaaa maaaaaaj. Griffin's mother, Mrs. O. J. ll.o. It. Junta, n.xt door to Mnilth Cots
well Martha Landrum, Martha Fllllnir Station l)r..n rays Army canva folding .
...
Use Griffin. .. .. II BO
Denmark's Ann Winkler, Diane Qlllen MarIon Hirlrii| < lipWANTEDM1ddf New .. .. -.-, 11,26 1
Time To Start A "Hope Chest for home portrait. see T. HOshorne. Harrington Theda Ruth Braden .. "perk.-whlt, "' t 01--; I lrrnKulam ,.
Is The <1 lady tn
Now See .d on page i.Mr. and Lucille with m* for .a U whtla.I : :sal par d?.. ______. II IIS
Nancy Dupree Army alt<-krnaw _. ..
and Mrs. Brewton of Waldo HniCitn. Th.r...... lldh .. II OO
S w poplin swim trunk ft.UI
Budget Plan Formerly] dinner guests Friday evenIng McRae. New Kndlioti Johnson work.oho -
HOPE CHESTS were Prizes for the best costume were DIOHtltK RIDE, dally to SnmmarSession ," from ._ .. 13.SO
LARGE of their son-in-law and daughter Mnlvmlty.. nf Fla.InsN.' ; t!
won by Martha Ann Winkler and vlll. Will nhara ..p.n.... Or N w Navy eopnk, ; tilled lit i 1
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowllng JuiOt'ta ._ 12.5
will rids oth-.ru In my ear and ? -
TO FURNISH Lucille McRae. hara axp..ni.... Albert K'.... Nw anprove'i kapok Ufa ,
.. ounhlr u.n
Jr.Mrs. .10. Up
ReducedLiberal H. H. Houston spent Mon. Alrnlanl. e for waMrVrnnfing '

YOUR HOUSE day In Jacksonville with her niece )POFI MALI':-Pnrtn Illco ropp.r.klnKotato Irailor ton-I. ititnvaaa, "h',
vln., II per 'ho..nn" If 7n ot, gallon. .. 12 ae I
France Durden, who underwent YOUR WATCH ruts: 1150 per thnniiand, 'f'H.d fatl.ua Irnasr.-- | .73 t
Vincent' If 1 put than C. Van Alutlno.Hampton. New green hfirrlitibnn twill"
tonsllectomy at St. ,
to 39.95 I a Deserves the BeatTrultworthy I lip work. pants |J 31
Hospital, and her sister-in-law Vw short al+*.va sport shirt. |l,60
Mrs. H. A. Durden.Mr. 'HT-I I cnw." '-'I. marked awullow Now Navy .....k., iiI)%" wool, 'I '
& fork a) un'lnrlilt In nrh war.bramlml 3 pal,. .. 110'1| '"
FRI. SAT.
?1- and Mrs. Lutber Wilson at V. Af.H'1 I calf Navy hammoi'ks ,ompli-l with I i
Trade-ins 3ION. Mrs. Laura Wilson and Miss book market awallow fork .tunil.rl all rop.a' _?_ -. II SO"itrn J '
>lt In right ear. and npparrut llrown, hell.. .. |J to .
Juanita Wilson, all of Green Cove t in loft ".... Notify I., ft.Haaon. 12 ft. tow rablva with honk.. .
Spring, were guests Sunday of .1J W. fall, Htark. or Ar.: D Inc"kt.t .. II IK i
tf '' : /.5t I v
T.l
FQgE DELIVERY Wheat or Walnut Finish Rising Tray Mr. and Mra S. J!:. Sparks.BrantleyReed ar ph. liP Army V.1-A -Pa--------- sass. !

AND Felt MAIM 2-wh.el l ramp trallar. Army ....1 halmata' ._ | .511
PLEVTY OF PARKING SAVE YOUR CLOTHING REPAIR *.. wh-n foldod. Sill on..n.d.Ha r.r.arica army .air matlranaa 17 AO '
:J bad. alwatrlrlty. rnnn..- 14 III. Navy mat'raiiM Icnttnnl lit ,
SPACEIT'S II...... tant ha. 9 arrwrna and door.Almont 31 In cotton pa.d for eanvaaa
....... ( ISO, Ohio Cahlna, and .l..1 l rota IJ.JJ
Arnold L. Reedof Service
Mr. and Mrs. 1H ml. tiE Mtarka on Kytona. ; New regulation .array Navy of*
CAN DO BETTER .IT Metros announce the engagement Un.". 1 It I llrrr rhino Irounvra __ 14 '11 ,
A FACT YOU I 'l.w J..p topa -_ ,__. Ill OOTarpaullna
of their daughter Charley- F. FOR MALB-Porto Rice sweat potato all des. and wal" '.htalaricnat
CO.PHONE ene Ruth ti Eugene S. BranUcy Harley StrongCAMP vim.1 thousand If bnyrrfit stork In JarkaoivllU. I 1
JOHN DENMARK FURNITURE *. |f in thounaml If I rut then.. tom In and browaa arnn of Mr. and Mrs. Weldon
H. son Woodrow. Thomas, 4 ml W. of Thouaanda. of Itpma not listed.
Brantley of GrandIn. BLANDINO JEWELER Breaker on La> Cro._ Hoad.HP t.ll as what you want! If wa don't
-n have In .,n.k. wv'll
SINCE IM11ST at itt
STARKE, FLA. The wedding will be an event of sparav. nOOI. CO. t

151 June 29 at 4 m. In UM auditorium Iltlt'5AOR RENT!: -4 '0"..... Hi. Arwy-ra.r' ti..d. a..".
p. Weal' CaD St. All ........nl..n"... Mra. K. Haloy' IVH .... ..".....(1, a.. ......-.11...
I of the Lake Swag.Taber U.... CXI.. Btark. lip p5.2-Las.: 't ttrdl'NFB 0

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r 4i Three Bradfordites . . . . . . during the past week. Mrs. E. Griffis spent Sunday at and Mrs. c. A,
In an exchange of visits, Misses Kingsley Lake with her daughter, Mrs. McSwallJ'1I
McSwaln.
Win ScholarshipsThree Theressa State Farm Ann Moore of Lawtey and Peggy I Mrs. W. C. Wooten. Donald Ray Grlffla her ''M

Caldwell were together from Miss Arthurlna Blanchard! of Were t
to
i ]Ti1Ti young Bradford Countlans By Eva Mae Trleet .Ily. Mrs.. Bryan. WhitfJeM. . Thursday until Monday. Jacksonville, was the guest of her Miss Jacksonville.Lu I
were among the 245 winners of . . . Little Miss Mary Carol Turne parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. employed In Jack'I,, ,

teacher training scholarships in Mrs. J. C. Cochran and son COMMUNITY CLUB MEETINGThe of Jacksonville is here with her Blanchard, on Memorial Day. Sunday at
her
i l r FOR THIS WEEKBoys' Florida, as announced this week Allen, of Jasper, were visitingMr. socal! meeting"of the Com- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McSwaln home hen
? by State Superintendent Colin
and Mrs. James Swindell Turney this week. went to Ft. Pierce Saturday to
English. I Thursday and Friday of last week! munity Club was an enjoyableevent Mrs. Ernie Yarbrough spent this visit Mrs. McSwaln's mother, Mrs.,

Doyle E. Hazen of Brooker was Mrs. S. W. Griffith and children of last Tuesday. The ClubRoom 'week in Gainesville as the guest Rhoden, and returned to their I undersigned Notice. Is h-VKK". !, 1

{ ,fit PLAY SUITS awarded a $200 House of Representatives moved to Starke last week as Mr. the setting for this festive of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Yarbrough. ,home here Sunday night. Their under the 'IClltiou.are engaJ'J'm" .J'h"J!

''y Sizes 2.6 75c Ea. scholarship while Griffith U now connected with occasion, was beautifully decorated George Manassa of Atlanta two sons returned with them, following St ier Brothers I Gas "' 01

$400 Amos Lewis scholarships the Lappe Bakery there with early summer flowers. Ga., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs a visit with their grand- it.r? the e'ard"ilc: and.::I(,.iweoda.I :.
BOYS' 2Pc. SUITS were awarded to Marilyn Crosby Griffis and W. G. Stringfellow Wednesday.Mrs. mother, Court Office of the "Iork ,Jr nta th. r
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney of Rrn.ttor.t> "
of Brooker and Wainwright During the hour Mrs.
Marguerite program I ,
J. C. Wallace visited relatives James U. unit p
Mrs. Sanders Bum .
and
,son, of Starke, were visiting at Daisy son, ..t ""- half
Sizes 4.8 1.50 of Lawtey. J. O. Caldwell ;
a reading week-
gave in Jacksonville last
the home of Mrs James Swindell Jlmmle, of Ft. Pierce, are visiting Marvin E. Ilosle. ,
Applicants for the awards took here Thursday of last week. Gossip Town", and Miss June end. During her stay she attended her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. e>f8 In"hall

Seersucker Sun Suits I examinations on April 27 and the Mrs. Bennie Loper and children, 'Caldwell played a group of Stephen the graduation exercises of the ... 4t6
winners were chosen by a com her
Assumption School, niece
f 75c Each Mrs. Herbert Cloversettle and Foster's compositions as piano
from the universities .
mittee two State
Miss Joan Mynlhan, being among a
_Mrs.__ Ernest Newsome were inStarke R
n selections. Mrs. Caldwell and
;, Girls' PLAY SUITSP,1 Saturday. Mrs. J. A. Bouvier were hostessesand I eighth those who grade had work.completed the '
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan -
75c Each I For stamp pad, stamp pad Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan served Ice cream with ake. Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradley and w'
R< Ink rubber stamps, daters nunibercrs -
sons, of Jacksonville, were guestsof
G. M. Bennett, Mrs. IJnnle They added to the attractivenessof THia ATLANTIC EQUALS ANY ALB
PLAY SUITS see The TELEGRAPH. Beck, Kinney Thomas, Mrs. Mae the service plates with arrangements Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley r. TASTED ANYWHERB IN THS WORLD"Ml
Dees. Orville Brookins -and Mrs. of miniature pink roses !hat from Friday until Monday. !

Pin Check ATHLETES FOOT ITCH Delaney Dickinson and daughter later were worn as corsages by Friday dinner guests of Mr r
I '4 75c EachCHILD'S HOW TO STOP IT Grace, attended the ordination the assembled members. and Mrs. W. E. Feagle were Mr IN
service at Beulah Church Sunday. and Mrs. W. H. Perry and C. F. The Premium Ale

MAKE 5 MINUTE. TEST The Rev. Webb of Green Cove imiDOE CLUB MEETING Edwards of HIlliard. After hav- at the Popular Price
TRUNKS45c fTK-OL eC mar draft Mora. Apply been with Mr. and Mrs. Feagle
this POWKRPUL. FKNKTRATINa Springs filled his regular appoint- Mrs. Tom Conners was hostess ing
Each dd. FULL STRENGTH. Rnchn ment at Hope Baptist Church at last week's of the since Tuesday, Mrs. C. F. Edwards
meeting
....... to KILL th. Itch. Ge ATLANTIC '
comfort or your 39e beck. 'UOIII'j Sunday. He was accompanied by State Farm Bridge Club entertaining returned home with her husband .. .

Ii ARMY SHOESSizes Today at Canova 1> his wife and daughter.Mr. at her home Thursday after- at that time. i t
Mr.\ and Mrs. James King and L anDUieeRjruUorOoodChmr
and Mrs. Claude May, Mrs. noon. Artistic grouping of a
wm 6.11 2.50 Pro Horace May, Mrs. Mae Sweeneyand variety of blossoms created a three children of Montgomery. ,i i4Vre
& daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Garfield lovely decorative effect. Alabama, arrived Monday to visit
I{!;lr; bi'c Handmade BELTS Johns and son, Grady, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Engram.
There were two tables of players
JOYNER'SMARKET and Mrs. A. H. Kelsey, Mr. and Mr and Mrs. J. R. Parker and!
l 1.95 Each present and they were joinedat W+
Sk
t Mrs. Frank Kelsey and Mrs. daughter left Friday for Chattanooga dr
SNif the tea hour Mrs. H. W
by
Pearsell. all of Hampton, attended Tennessee, where Mrs.
r HPyi HOCKEY SHORTS church here Sunday night.J. Ross and Mrs. W. G. Stringfel- Parker and Clarissa and Andrea
low
'' 75c EachLadies' W. McGee and son, Elmo of will make an extended visit with
4 ; Macon, Ga., are visiting relatives Prize winners in the games were Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten. Mr EXCELLENCEthe

'. ; pp SLIPS 225 SOUTH WALNUT'RHODA here this week. as follows: For high score Mrs. Parker returned home early in
Elbert Sibley and daughter Turney received toilet water; for the week. The Parkers were accompanied economy of management make upa

4 If 1.25 Each DAMPIER Is Now Ruth, and Grace Dickinson, were second high Mrs. Geiger was a- by Mr. and Mrs. Val primary quality of our Service which

.t I? In Charge of Our Grocery shopping In Starke Monday aft- warded knitted coasters; respective Taylor who were enroute to their is dedicated to the affairs and needs of
Girls' Play SHOES DepartmentSUGAR ernoon.rsssraraSrSSSrrrrStrs. : winners in club and guest home in Detroit Mich., followinga bereavement.
1 bingo were Mrs. Fancher and Mrs. visit with relatives In Tampa
; and SANDALSSizes Ross. Each received facial tis Before returning home Mrs. Parker -
SIr
v 8.12 1.25 Pr.Men's sues. Refreshments consisted of and daughters will visit the ,i.I
Sightseeing Trips pie with coffee. ormer's parents, Mr. and Mrs

Iai.Mf Y.; ,, Dungarees 10 lb. bag .89 Charter Trips fOMMIE\ : KEN lUCK LINZV i J. Mr.H. Joyner and Mrs.in Columbia H. M. Rlcharde S. C. DEWITT C. JONES

1.50 EachHandbags Passenger Trips Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Llnzy an- and children, Jane and Henry, AMBULANCE SERVICE
$ Stamps 11 & 12 Good
nounce the birth of a son In are spending two weeks at the Funeral Director

Fancy Shadycrest Hospital, Starke, on ocean near Palm, Beach. Mr. and STARKE
33" BleachQt. May 30. They have named him Mrs. C. J. Johns and family, for- PHONE T
Were $5 Now 2.80 BIRDSEYE VIEW OF
t t Tommie Kenrick. mer Farm residents and now of Our local funeral home enables to
AND us
BANDING
CAMP Belle Glade, are with Mr. and Mrs.
NAVY SHIRTS 101/ Gal .19IN KINGSLEY LAKE $2.25 SCOUTS RETURN FROM: CAMP Rlcharde. offer conveniences and services' not
otherwise
? available.We .
, U + For Summer 1.25 Boy Scout Troop 104 sponsoredby .
A, 4b OUR-MARKET the Raiford Baptist Church, furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices ..,

d f Heavy Khaki Shirts - See! Starke From returned home Saturday May 31, LAWTEY accept ANY life insurance policy In force Issued by ANT ecapany :

PURE. Lb.); The Air $1 and up after a week's encampment at as payment in part or in full on a funeral. Consultttl!
1.50 Camp Echockotee, near Orange
By L. II. FutrhIAPTIST carries no obligation.
LARD .25 Park. The following scouts enjoyed . . . .
Khaki Pants 1.85 the outing: Leonard Sapp REVIVAL
;
i b bfir John Green Sapp, James Lewis
( { BEST GRADE WHITE A series of revival services will\
$t LADIES' APRONS Conway AirparkLACY Godwin Carl Tyre, Marvin Prlt- be conducted at the Lawtey Baptist -
,
chett. John William Carter Jacji
s"" Jumpers '75c Each Bacon, lb. .33 parson, Tommie Dowling and Bud. 'June Church 28. The from meeting June.1C through will be ,,17M' 0 t'h' ; e'rs' .

,rl'J' i ,i CONWAY Dobbs.R. .
I conducted by the Rev. W. H. Ed-
R. 1%!. STUART
DRESSES
Ladies... PLENTY OF P. McLendon Scoutmaster:, wards, pastor of North Pleasant TELEPHONE 52-J '
i All Kinds TENDER BABY I Commercial FlightInstructors accompanied troop to campon Grove Church at Santa Fe, Fla. ;
For
The Finest ;
Sunday May 23.: The Rev.
,'aft 1.95, 2.95 3.95 BEEF I I.. A. Shepherd and As t. Scout- TEACHERS ATTEND WORKSHOP ,

master H. O. Bates, III, were Service
''tea= Girls'DRESSESSizes v overnight visitors of the boys durIng Five Lawtey Junior High Schoolteachers Diaper t )

k lle, 't 2.12 1.50Ladies'BLOUSES the week. Mrs. McLendon are attending; the Work
and! their sons, Spanky and Tom- Shop for Bradford and Union That Modern Science and '
EARN While You LEARN County teachers being conductedat
i to FLY my, accompanied Mr. McLendonand
;1 remained for several days, the Starke school by a special Research Can Produce
"tdr 1.00 EachLadies' enjoying the facilities offered by taff from the University of Flor-
:
On The G. I. BILL of RIGHTSWe the camp for the wives and small Ida. Those attending from Law- r v v v.,
tey are Mrs. Emma Hill Mrs.
w SHOES children of the Scout Officials. Eunice Kelley Mrs. Joyce Futch I We Furnish Hospital Clean Soft Sterilized

+ u ,tki 1.75 Pair One of the highlights of the Miss Elithe Collins, and L. H. a Diapers Anti-Odor Metal I Container I
camp period was the awarding of Futch.URAINAGE. I= Two Deliveries Each Week.

Straw Hats 50cGirls' are now Approved for the following swimming merit badges to James .., v .. -J
courses: Lewis Godwin and Leonard Sapp. ; DITCH CLEAREDThe

Music Ground Primary and Advanced /, town Is having the large All This For Only A Few Cents A Day
y PANTIES25c Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier ditch In
Also \ drainage the northern
Flying Private Com ..: ..
EachGirls' mercial and F1 l II i R h t Instructor -.. -.... ..... were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil part of town cleared of bushes
McRae and family In McIntosh and trash so to better
Courses. Approval No. 5650. "" .:."-:::- Friday and Saturday. Their visit drainage of rain as water give in that tBJ we\ ) firs.1artmann.

,fa & Boys' Socks at this time was occasioned by portion of the city. h D )Y :

2 for 25c Class the graduation from Reddick High
p ; 15c or Room Instruction Tues. & Thurs. School of their COUNCIL MKET.4:
t granddaughter
Nights 7:30 P. M. Miss Cecile McRae. Of Interestto The Lawtey City Council met v \ f1 52.Jd.
WORK CAPS r
In
Farm, friends Is the fact that regular session Monday nightat ,
All Sizes 75c Miss McRae was valedictorian of 8 o'clock in the City Hall.

c CONWAY-LIBB U-FLY-IT SERVICE her class. She was also the recipient Regular bills were audited and
9.. PILLOW CASES of the Balfour Medal for ordered paid. The City Attorney,
PHONE 147 OR 32 outstanding achievement In several Lex: Green, of Starke, was pres- __
.' -. _,_ ,..-
k,. 75c or 2 for $1.00 fields and Is to be congratulated ent. Members present were L. H. -- .
a + for winning the Congrest- Flitch, O. J. Anders, H. C. Harley -
+ t'' Small Sz. SandalsI CONWAY AIRPARK atonal scholarship which she plansto and J. E. Wall Jr.

., i Boys & Girls Tallahassee.line at Florida StateTJnlverslty, VSCS MET MONDAY

The Woman's Society of Christian -
4 ; 93c Pair
Accompanied by Mrs. Charlie Service of the Methodist
t wn t Cogdill of Tampa and Mrs. Rudy Church met In the church building -

Polo Shirts for Boys Roofing --- 45 55 65 & 90 Lb. McDowell of Gainesville, Mrs. R. Monday afternoon for the 1

Sizes 2.16 75c EachMen's P. McLendon and sons, Spankyand regular monthly business and program -

Tommy, left during the past meeting.

Sandals RED, BLUE week for Knoxville Tennessee :Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosier attended -
t4 Thick Butt Shingles where they will visit relatives for
,
Sizes 6-11 1.50 Pair GREEN a month. commencement exercises
I at Hawthorne High School Friday
Dress Caps 1.50 After having visited Mr. and, night at which time her niece be cool
; WITI( Mrs. J. L. Williams since Sunday Miss Ruby Bristow was grad-
I
c New Oil I) Range 3 Burner LIVEN Mrs. Senle Pinder and Miss Louise: uated. iiTa fre9blYll1Q1cleaned
Dress Straw Hats ,
Tucker: of Bradenton. left Thurs Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sasser of

n' For Men 95c day for Panama City. They were Kingsley Lake were Sunday suit
accompanied to Panama City by I guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. (
{ Ladies' Dress Hats Tricycles, Wagons, Baby Strollers Mrs. J. C. Williams who is the Sa aer. _
guest; of Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch and .. --:

1.50 Vause there. their guests Mr. and Mrs. L. B.

Johns Manville Asbestos Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Rose and Crosby were visiting relatives In Suits cleaned fell f
of Siding that
theIr granddaughter. Miss) Evelyn Brooker Sunday afternoon.Mr. are freshly !
Spears, of Tallahassee, came and Mrs. J. E. Wall. Jr., cool-look cool-and keep their presr:
'
Thur. ay of last week to visit Mr. and children and Miss Esther That's why fastidious men send
Nick'sBargain Tarpaulines 12 14 & 12 16 and Mrs. H. R. Linzy. Mr. Rose Shuford were sight seeing at Silver suits here for our quality dry *Is?All*
x
x and Miss Spears returned home Springs Sunday.Mr. ing which brings new life to mater

Monday while Mrs. Rose remainedfor and Mrs. L. B. Crosby and ials, revitalizes colors, and impart
xa MANY OTHER ITEMS OF QUALITY a longer visit. son. Larry: of Greensboro, were fresh crispness to your summer aPpearance

HARDWAREFarmers' Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fish and visiting his brother-in-law and Enjoy clean cool clotnms J
slater, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch
family an U Mr. and Mrs. J. O. over the weekend.The comfort. Call us today.
Randall JrT, and
family, all of
Rev. C. B. North Is in St.
Jacksonville were visitorsof
Sunday Petersburg this week attending
i lphY Mr. and Mrs. J, O. Randall, Sr. PHONE 135 .
the annual conference of the '
Bill Williams of Jacksonville Methodist Churches) of Florida. ROBT. 315

House SupplyMIKE spent the past weekend with Mr. Cecil Atkinson, of Miami. is GREEN, 9letu Temple'
ya and Mrs J. W. Williams visiting his grandparents Mr. and

Y yr Herbert Flllyaw' and Mr. and Mrs A. M Blanchard. this week. Owner _._ __ _
MARUCA, Owner STARKE, FLA. Mrs. Leslie Bradley were at the Mr. and Mrs. R_ A..- Grtf f U and ,.. Ate.
j Santa Fe Lake home of Mr. and i two sons. Donald and Gene were
Mrs. M .P. Coker for several days visitors to Jacksonville Sunday. ,
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COITNTY/ TELEGRAPH. STAUKE. FLORIDA p.\nE. RIIVEl\f: .
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S S S S Fred Halslop, and 1 I
I daughter and leene. Mr. and !Mrs. Paul I _
Bridges
,
Mr. and Mrs. George Lovell, all Mr and Mrs. Donald Food Poisoning :\O'I"'N TVlrarnph ahull% pnMlnh HUM, Order
Level of Rising, were M.Rae: and Notice I IK hi>n'b)' Kh,'n ihnt tb"un'I..hr",1 In next four weekly limnWltn -..
Sunday afternoon ,
he daughter Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Church News More PrevalentIn ..11.1111".1 t I In. IUIH-| m mv nan I and official' I
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sapp and children Mr. I lines :niiUcir, the rii'tltlmiH t Ca iii,' of .neat, NI Ntnrke. Klorliln, this' May
,
0. M. McflaeS Myrick. and Mrs. TheVaNlnt.rln' ul ;3il 'l'mmtle Av 21. 1047. .
31r' S S S Sat W. O. McRae and Mrs. L. Crosby Warm WeatherHot tttarkn. IliH.ir.T.I Cuiinty. Florida' S Mrs. J. E. Starling and anti/ children and Intend to r.IMor the an'1.1 tie.t A* ('lerk l of unlit Court.
children, all of Starke !Mrs. Raiford Revival I I tollS :
; nainu In the offk-n of the l y I-ui-Ule C. Connor, I). C. f
Pm, Level Baptist of Starke, and Mrs. Carl Thomas Kate Powell and son Paul Mrs. weather*, picnics dutch suppers Clerk. of I he ,Circuit Court of UraU- H. O. Brown, 8tiirk, Klii.Atty. I

eel wpll attended SunBnoTes'we'rc and children, of New River. spent Gone Petcher, Mrs. T. K. Stokes Closes Sunday and FOOD POISONING oftengo ford County]oJ. K: ,Hi-nil.Kin' ,Trunn, half Interest for I'lf. 5-80 It &-ZOiv I

present for Monday with Mrs. Russell Thomas. Mrs. A. P. Hall and hand in hand the Florida State C. J. C'ruuu half I IntureHt. '
daughter, < if>poni>
Board of Health said In Its 523 4t 8(3rllU"I1' : In-'rFf..r.tlll::: :: '
I ccllOO
and Mrs W. E. Hall Saturday guests of Mrs. Robt. gers and son, John, Henry Hall seasonal! warning to be more care IN! ('01" r. lull toroiioi ItoIIo'Illiant, r.lltle, Plaintiff I
ReV exercises at Starling. and Mr. and Mrs. B. J. McRae, ful In handling certain standard "t.R'0''%\''.'''' FLisitil)t \ tuMatlln .\>. VM Ralph MH'oy: Little Defendant. I Il.'a
No. I
graduation $" 6871.OHHEU
"hot .
weather foods" '
High Schbol In Mr. and Mrs. P. Ross of Starke all of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. A numberof xtcrlakoa Marhoudv, 1-lnin- OF rl'HtICATTOM
County | cases of food poisoning have al. tlff. ".. Nick S. Mnchoiiily. Defellilant. ,
C. H. Neal ANTI NOTICE TO APPEAR
attended I of
Gainesville
week church
Friday night ot last at Pine Level ; Mr. and i ready been to the State Cane No. (H7Donnna HTATH OK Kl.OHIDA ti>: Ralph
f graduation of their Sunday and were dinner guestsof Mrs. E. J. McRae of Waldo, Mr. reported OK ri'ntTc\TTov McCoy I.I 11 l.i whim residence I islintel :
I health department. AND NOTICRI: Tl) atsI'.lah;
iurhter. Miss Julia Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor. and Mrs. D. M. McRae of Orlando: I 8TATK 1>K I'-I.OHH'A I API'MAIl..: Mrk II. North Carolina.: Annex nlll..l/Ih.l '

home byter Richard and Bobby Lowe. and Duncan McRae of Tampa. Folks are prone to give unlveri Machoudy, whonit In..t known real- Tou are required to appear on
I re accompanied of i I I"al tand-bys such as ham, poul. d..nc.. and, .,"11"'''. \le % tlem>rul, \ .',,". 30, 1847 In the Mhnvnnamed I'
Tr Mrs. J- E- Murrhee Highland City, were visiting The reunion honored Duncan ,H U' i I Delivery I lllrmlii I hll"Inbll""iu. court and cause, wherein
'Edward Hall. the lat- friends here Monday and( Tuesday. McRae who Is now 84, and his' try chicken and potato salads! You are rixiulrpil, (n apiionr onor plaintiff Seeks divorce, P'ra.Ifnr.!
hrforn
[ ?? 1 and cream pastries the benefit of Juno :Hlllh' 11147 In the County Tel"Kraph hall publish thli
They were en route to Jacksonville sister Mrs. Kate Powell, who are almvK namod Court and caimo. Order In next four wenkly. Iniiuee.Wltnean :
!\\llIiard. I i the doubt In connection with wl..uln "'..''n"ft M_..... ......._.._ ,
to spend their summei vaca- the oldest representatives of the possible ; ; ; my hand and official I
Conner I ; ;
and Mrs Lucian- !' I spoilage and food-borne polsOllff KrHdforil County KIII'h"shall i iI"hll.h 'seal at Htnrke Klorldn, this May
Le were visiting Mr. and tion. II family. Many more relatives In' this.. Onlcr In tifxt fotti'wept 27. IH47.OFFICIAli" .
'I. ly UHIIUNWlinen
addition to those ( SEAL) A.:1: Thomal.
named
above
.
Monday even- my ha tat, ami official 1
Ibert Myrick McRAE FAMILY Ail CliTk of laid Court.
REUNION I were In attendance, anti a wonderful 'i iI These food are nearly always seal at Nintkx, fc'iorltla., this 2Hlh Hy I.ucillrt C' (Conner 11. ('.
The McRae family enjoyed a time was all first on menus when committees doe 1 'F of" LYI1JWi It. H. I llunran. 204 l.ynrll llillldlllir,
enjoyed by !
the pres- ( I A. J. Thomas, ..
McRae was .1'kHIIIII. Kin\
wndoiyn happy reunion Sunday at Dade' are preparing for church As
ent. lIul'p..rll.plcnicM Olprk or mall Court ,\ for rif, 0-30 4t
| guest )f Miss Mary Lou Memorial Park near Bushnell. and occasions when food Uv Lucille C'. i'''nni>r. D ('.

1 Sunday Among the many present were' Is served In large portions. It John I ... .1 Florida.ciurriT Henderson,. Mnu.: HI AU TUKtln r

Lid Mrs! Robert Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McRae Mr.'I Full Sugar Quota was pointed out that very rarelyare l!\! cot U r. '''\I'F"lIn I

aughter Charlene, were and Mrs. B. M. McRae and Mr. To Be ObtainableBy shrimp and crabmeat salads rot N'rv, FI..flIIIU\I I iv -

[ jir_ Taylor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and son, served at such gathering' This C'tUV.:

\\t, S. B. Taylor, in Add Gerald, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Mc-, August 1st ,i l Is because the public realizes that Mnymlii: I 'a'It... Dvnnwn' .nbo.lI\.lr\:; \::: fuse v,; 6.G'H

Rae and family Mr. and Mrs. Householders KEV. JAKK.\UI) these foods spoil easily and therefore No OKtlER(064 Of rt'TILlCATION I
Kt their full i
and/Mrs W R. Halslopoulse Russell McRae and family Mrs. may ] may "poison". If the same AND NOTICH '1'1) Ari'KVIl' I
yeai s 3 -pound allotment of I Special evangelistic'
sugar services will BTATK OF fLOHIHA to': Mayinln
Ward Mr. and Mrs. Jack Peoples and daughter Jackw4' respect were shown ham. poultry.salll.ls '
by August 1, with promise I of | conic to a clone. at the Raiford 'It. I..>en hOC C, whom) rnnliloiifM C'n.tsIlr
and cream pastries declared mi InSJl: H. Chi-nturflt lid.
more for this year if the supply I Baptist Church this Sunday night.Rccordmg the State Hoard of Health 'oliimtilii, 0. tuhI".
situation continues to to the You are required, to npni-ar on
Improve pastor. John L.
the fond poison outbreaks would June 30, 1 11147, In. the aliove rmmo.l I '
Harold Martin Florida branch director Bray Meetings have been held 'be Court and ..,,iu.e, whoreln" I iilnlntirf I
of the U. S. Department ofAgrlculture's each night duringthe week with rare. .'...ks tll iViuh'i'... 1".Itt.1. (',."nIY I' :
GREEN'Sleekend Do: not prepare foods the day ; "I lfitrnpli HintII! niilillnh' I: this 0..1,1'I ALL MAKES
Sugar Rationing much Interest. Last Sunday the in Hi-Hi four weekly limum.Vlln .
before using. Particularly those I \ .,a* my bend nml nffIlsIseal
Administration
announced In church hail one of tne largest Sun
nr Htarl, ,
mixed with salad dressings Potato Florida till May Work Guaranteed
Miami this week. day School attendances In several 23.: I 1947.
salad for example. It la all ttFt1'l'IM.. SICA! ,.) A.:1.: Thomas I
Mr. Martin said SRA's action years. Rev. Glenn M. Crawford.evang..lIst right to boll the potatoes the day An ('!",'k of said' Court. Quick ServiceEASTERN r
was taken In a move to acceler. from Mississippi, ID Uv I.ui-lll. C. ('0.10cr. 1>. C.
bl'forolMlngbut do not mix the luirh-H, ,
It I lees, SIM-OX Itl'Ully
ate home canning and, to prevent conducting the meetings. salad proper until the latest possible I Hilir...1'",'k""VII", ,. Kin. AUTO

possible lOlls of early berry and Rev. Roland L. Jarrard Is In minute before packing the Atty. for I'lf. "-no: U ((1-SO SUPPLY I

fruit crops. charge of the music anti songs. lunch. IM nirriT roi'itr, niititrnnn
Mr. Jarrard, is connected,' with the roi\IY. FI.OHIIMl |* flit*. STAUKE:, FLA.
Though SRA previously had .
Specials Phone 86 We Deliver announced There aro three ironclad. rulesto < IHV.ThomiiN
advancement of the July Music Department/ of the Florida r. flutlnr.. Plnlnlirr.I I I V.
observe when serving those l':lalui, .. Parkin, lusti'i"r. I lifftiiiilant.
validation date on Stamp No. 12 Baptist Convention, and in a cap piimmtr "favorites". which cause CHUM N". Mill*.
FRESH GREEN FIELD able leader In this type of work. OHI>rci: OF Pt'llLICATION
((10 pounds) to June 1, it quickly 7$ percent of the food, poisoning
ANI NOTIl-R" TO AIMMOAIt
moved the date up a second time For the past several years he nan upsets. Servo them hOT or HTATi': 111'1 1.111111'\' In "':I'lln.' '
to May 26.Spare I been engaged in evangelistic sinn I'arkln Hilt h'r.t''IHIHI* 'rpwlilonrn In H I
them COLDnever In-be!
!
serve C0
IlIt"'Htl"1' l KallH. Mliiiitiiila l .
25c Stamp No. 53 (five i ing and preaching In Baptist tween temperature and. eat Immediately You urn ruiiiilml .to ntu>iiir on
3 Lbs. churches over the state of Florida .1 ii n., 'in. i 1917 i In I tltf I nhfivf nltll",1,
eas pounds) was validated January 1 and Tenness.'e.Sermon after preparation. ('utirt mid and, expired March 31. Stamp No. Standard temperature refrigeration illvorcv. llru.iri.nl ('''''ely E

11 (10( pounds) wall validated subjects of Rev. Crawford Is urged for these foods. # I I7ifl

April 1 and expires October 31. for the remaining servicesare The "bug" that causes stomach

White Bacon lb. .35 I Stamp No. 12 also will be good as follows: upsets cant reproduce( when foodis ,

icy until October 31. Still another Saturday night: "Why I Preach kept below :00: degrees.' EXPERTSERVICE OtJtet fallow J JCantt
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10-pound stamp good for 10 I the Second Coming of Christ. It was also stresm-cl that persons

pounds, will be validated not later Sunday morning: "The Answer working directly with food c S t

than August 1, Mr. Martin said. to Life's Greatest Question." should be especially careful about aFford an accident

Be Potatoes 10 Ibs. .43 The SRA branch director pointed Sunday night: "The Three Mont abrasions bolls and pimples on either. Automobile Liability

Horrible Words In the English the face and hands. The tiniest
out, however that the 35
Insurance t
pounds of sugar represented by, Language. of these little skin conditions alMocontain protects t. I
'
SPECIAL PRICE these stamps must cover both' billions. of the bugs which YOU in case of an acci

D T household and canning uses unless Conference Planned will cause' a certain poisoning In dent. 4
50 For Cows
Pc. Spraying Improvement In the supply pic.i Starting SundayAt foods. Hence the Importance of L

| ture- makes further allotments keeping hands thoroughly wash I

j i possible later In the year. TabernacleA ed with soap anti water-often. Charley E. Johns '

TaU Milk i Oleo I
i NOTICE! OP APPLICATION! conference of prominent and people was Intensely Interest-. Agency ,
!: TAV )KKD Christian Workers from several Ing. Dr. Morris followed this Chan. C. Phow ,1S BTARKB $1.*.

2 for 25c I Pound 40c >I noun IH.*HJSHEUY Hill !4.,. UIVEN.tft 3NOTICliS that Southern States will be held on with a powerful missionary mes- ShepherdAt ,:I t It 'Isiwsssntln \

1:1.: II Row the holder of the following June 11 at the Tabernacle. Included sage. ,
certificate. has filed aId .
in the number attendingwill Immediately after the messagethe I '.
certificate for a tax deed l to bnIKHUOC Gay's Service Station
MAXWELL HOUSE thereon. The certificate be: Dr. Chas. H. Stevens ordinance of baptism was administered .
numbers and years of Issuance, the THa TfIAVELIRS.! H.rtt.... I ,
to two fine men.
description of the property and i President of Piedmont Bible young
offee lb. 45c the names In which It was assessed School Wlnston-Salem N. C., Dr Tho conference to be hold at f J JI
are as follows: Marlon Hull President and Rev. the Tabernacle on June 11 Is of
Certificate No. 4T Year of Issuance
June 1, A. D. 1945. Roger D. Congdon. Dean, of Atlanta vital Interest to the Tabernacle flow DOES YOUR I t
I Description of Property B 5 A of Bible Institute, Altanta, group and other Christians, as
SH of NEC. Of BWV4 &: B'/4 of NWV.
of SIlo See 8, TownshIp I South Ga,; Dr. Lee Roberson, President well as to the town at large, HAT II ROOM RATE

rince Albert \Lt 84c more Hanite or 23 less.East, containing 25 acres Tennessee Temple College. Chat- county and state. ON PERSONALITY? I '
II,
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Name In which assessed Elisabeth 'tanooga, Tenn.; Dr. John McNeil, f
Robinson, lint. I eminent Scotch Evangelist of ST. MAKK'S EPISCOPALSunday
I* It a moclrl. of oonvrnlpncniHautyT a a 1 I II
All! of said property bnlnir In the Washington, D. C.j Mr. Vernon III
County of tlradfori. Stat. of ) 101' ; ,\m, you proml to Hlmw It "ti'.iji.r.; : :I ,I I Ito
President and Dr. Ro-
ida. Patterson Sunday School 10:00: a. m. g-iii'ntn? You oitn lu-hli-vn iMitlitlii'Nn "::" "' I
Unless such certificate or certificates lan R. Stoker, National Secretaryof and Sermon 11a. L" I
shall be redeemed arcord- Morning Prayer alum at a very itinoYrutn cost I
National EvangelistiC I
the Laymen's '
_
Inc tfJ low the property d "rrlbe m. ,
In such certificate or certificates /; Association, of Charlotte. by having u.. iiHNlonil/e. It with
Friday I
= will at be the sold court to house the hlKhest door on bidder the. N. C. Evening Prayer and Bible Class quality al'M.lnhlll'n's.| L _-o"
( z ; rirnt Monday In the month of July Also Frank Eades. insurance 1''" I' "",,,,1"" ..... !
7:30
1917.tmtpd 1947.. which is the 7th., day of July man Roanoke Va.: M. L. Flel- : p. m. Rev. S. W. Creasey. One To Three Years To I'uy __

I this 20th day of Mnv 1947. schel, lumber man. Jacksonville; NO DOWN PAYMENT! J "
(!OPPICIAIj J Ltourt'. J. 'Fhtnas.Clerk : Walt Maloon of war time boat. ,
of Olreuit nf llrndfurd CAKE Si
I \building fame, and Jesse Carlyle J
County, Florida. 6-23 it 6-13 ;
citrus grove owner, both of TltuHvlllo Shull Plumbing I & Heating

a ; Don Crawford contractor

I and builder of Sarasota and oth 325; Temple Ave. STARKE. FLORIDA I'hone 114

g _ _ ers.
One or more of these visitors,

I l will remain for an evening service i .

to which the public Is Invited.


Christian ChurchThe For BAKED WeddIngs etc.SI'ECIAI' Kirlhdays, R. B. Alvarez & Son :,


Rev J. B. Dixon, pastor I ,I

of the First Christian Church, an. LAPPE BAKERY

HOWDY FOLKS: A lawyeronce nounces the following services for Transfer & Storage Co.

said that his. three mimt Sunday: 4 f''
Bible School 10 a. m. .
_
troublesome client were 11 "The 1 rA iT Phone 179
young lady who wanted to get Sermon topic a. m.:

married Mho Good Confession". ..
married; a woman .
Sermon topic 8 m. "This
wanted a divorce} and an old p.

maid( who didn't know what body All members of fle h".and friend urgedto SORE MUScLE Moving and We operate local and long; :

L she anted. distance
attend. You are a stranger StPlag" Anywhere in

S S only once. Make this your church the State of Florida.

Judge, : "Have you ever been hame. RELIEF rw
-... .. C,
?" Accu l: "I Fast Careful 1
up before p>>e At The TabernacleThe Moving
don't know. What time do you #
I Rub on NEURA'BALMI. ,
get up? pant weekend was one of

S S S blessing to the Tabernacle group. PCNCTRATINO WE TRY TO KEEP IN STOCK" -

Youth .._ .......
The outdoor setting for the _,11. '
And hen there wan the politician Meeting Saturday night with its .... IbM lawaM >_,. Everything To Build Repair or Remodel

who was pleaM"d to SaP green tree, moon overhead pot- ::7 2. STIMUlATING Asphalt

Much, a dense crowd listeningto ted planU. cut flowers on the platform scilan. ill.. up Haoli .

RO&L him. only to find out later where the children were "". c. scul.tIo I.be to b too-lpbrnkup Door* CONCRETE BLOCKS

that they weren't no denne. grouped. green benches for the .-_. Trim _.
fluorescent lights WHEN you rub _bios N.u...b>'lm oalh srppsrpesrrsssssssprepsssrs s-
congregation Maril lu work, imianllr.TnuiniMM Hardware
II
I S concrete floor ant cool breezes. sxa tp .lH.........Se.. clone rrla- There fl.>.",in. ihrouab .00....... .rn.. .,... r.-
"Have any most entrancing.
llrlrkRoofing
all .
Q: you were I
III Mifl.' aching muwl.I.lbs
n..d 10 ton
uses?" AJ "All of them are." was a good program ably led by mitnia' cauMd b :.... rrciw. rIKHI Shingles CONCRETE I ;
Cros- I .. ..,. I....... .,. .......d. 3d.mIllie .
beautiful brln.$ ot
MM IS I The honk of horn Marvella who had ,
Matheny .
into WAY tot One' your Mils rnrirch Ntur..olm w"' .. aes sessa eeeeee ssssssstrss.rI'Iywood t
Icy Shelvadoi" save you time vu cry time you I our .ga*. oil and lubrication lurt returned from her term at' ;::; ud ..ffttii.t '

the door. speeds up meal preparationby iwrvlre to you-.prontol M'p're Trinity College. Aim,silt",.114 for the back..II.' of arar cramp.'llc heater j
open pain Dozier & Paints
r'h.Uf: :: oI-'b: Gay it'it'j
rail. DriveIn .
placing everything at your fingertips. at your heck and On Sunday the group was privileged ,llus piial ol llx "'ikm"urxl-burninf< i Iwl.rinirabelin Cabinets
This exclusive advantage is and MW for yourself. to hay* Dr. and Mrs. Wil. mutual' .. .,...1 lw end ..aet., .. lad WalltMianlMtrpptng I
on I all the adv.anc& fred Morris;'millenaries to India. ",.D. 3,. ioothinii ma CltAN uxlnfrnhinl Hlon**. "Itest For The South" .
Y backed up by GULF OIL PRODUCTS to .... ",,belt you *"" '*.' and
in modern home refr'gera.' They are connected with the w..__ nlitt. <"_ esw.lsc >ch.. andonifclr Lumher srrrs-ppsss sss'ssnprsas,mfM mm*

249.95 tion.menU Stop in tomorrow for Washing. Polishing World Wide Evangelistic Crusade; ..la..4..mmm SU.p .5sf rub,.. .with. f set N..nh.hn.l ......... HinhlirpraiMd Cad
Greasing a Faith Mission whoae workersare .br aM"'.. follow d"'. ti.>ol in ,,,101.'. Building Supplies
demomUation. ANN I S
complete known for their spiritual zeaL Al elru..o... u> 2'E. 7H sad tall .buttl... ;
Temple & Lake CLEAN-SOOTHING
Sunday night Mrs. Morris appeared MODERN-

SUPPLY Station .In the costume of the native INC.
Service :
ELECTRIC SERVICE i HEUR BALM :
women of India which was
Phone 179 Depot & .'lea. simple modest and attractive. Her

]2 E. CALL ST. STARKE:, FLA. I Uitlmony and description! of, land",''j.l-WAV' REUEf.. 'riOH.."...ACHf Oo- -- .. j _rnonen 217-218 P. O. Box: 591

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1 1'' PAGE EIGIIT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FKIDy
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' directors, elected for two-to obtain blood from donors, Miss ford (' Telegraph .. July 7, JIMT. In tho above named i\ ruin.IT..Cutup nntnponn'I II Court and '.. -.
,
r l one Order weekly .. ""!
Guy Andrews Elected lltih. thin In extour ('ourt and VRIIHI, wherein plaintiff, ( '"'11'0'1'11'. .OIU.11: CHAN., aNCNN. d11'1'" '
and three years Craves stated. iMHueNVltnenN' .eka divorce.' Hi'iitlfnnl, coiintv Tel- (''':U 1". (ehlldron rl: ., )I''
; y Chapter ChairmanOf \ my hand and official/ oirraph shall publish thin Order In Anna' Manihjiina! NoKbllt. Plaintiff, "graph' "hall" +(
t ; Directors. elected for three-year anal at Htnrke, Florida this 6th day rmxt four weekly lMnueM vn. Kraiiclx l>avl w
terms The TELKGU.VPII ha. just te- of Jun,. 1947.4OFFI'IAL Witness my hand. and official. OIH No. 5(180.OHDBH I Wltnae, 9e
Red Cross were: .ph..ol! new pre-war ,quality REAL:; ( URAL) A. 3.' Thomas seal at Sturkii. Florida. thin June C,. : : OF PUBLICATION Neal at tI" .
Mrs Ceo. W. 1IM7ujKFirrAr. AND NOTIflS TO APPEAR: 6. 1041.101"Io'II'AI.. hi.
Roberts Lawtl.'Y.E. An Clerk of unit Court
Guy Andrews, Starke businessman riiMx-r ban d .. Plenty o 'Hv l.urllle C. Conner D C. ( REAL) A. J. STATI3 OF FLORIDA TO: PranCH ( 't1'A. '
C. Lounrooker./ H.t-r-e-t-c-I[ and .a nap and John .1. Uendernon. Emi, St. AuwUHtlne Am Clerk of said 'nurt Thumae'j : David Nevbltt whose renlde.ncIM I"I.rk ,.1( T
and Navy veteran was elect.ed Lucille C. Conner, D. C. unknownou ,
Hy : ly J.u..lIf,.
Flu., 'if. 6-27 "
Atty. for } 4t
Robert Jennings Four sues at 40o .. ... .
chairman of the Bradford Hampton ntrengtli./ prf Xach II. niiildliin, \ are required to appear on I J. C. 1'lIrro""
Red lrpctor' elected for two-year quarter-pound box. A real bargain. Atty. for Pit. 6-0 4t 0-27 July 7, 1947 In the above named JJldg'.. J'lr-k" .", I ',", tt
a County Chapter, American m riHonr ("ol'nT. NIIADFOIID
n, terms
Y', Cross, at the annual meeting: of were: (roi'viv Fi.oiuuti IN iirv- ,
,
i f F. P. IIKIIT ( imtiiFonn e'mv.Mhurlre. t. A"o ,' ," t-"JJ'tfMI.' ,
the organization held Tuesday Abernathy; Graham % ( Cot'UT "
R. Plaintiff
Jackson v*
I. IN CIIAN-
(01'.1" FLOMIItll -. ,
+ ) night In Its new headquarters In i Mrs. L. H. Hill Lawtey. <...:111". Viola Jackson. Defendant Cant No. .. :
( the health department building on Mrs Edward Burns Starke. <'" Hmlth' Kennedy, Plaintiff 5890.ORDER -
VK William II, FenneHHy Defendant.Cane OF Pirr L.irAT10V: =
Church Street. Directors elected for one-year No. 6681.OnDER AND NOTICPJ' TO APPEAR WESTERN -
hl STATE! OK FI>1HlnA TO Viola ...._
terms were: OF PUBLICATION r-
Mra. T. H. Osborne was elected JarkHon, whose residence In 2014
I ear ANn NOTITT: TO APPEAR South 83rd Street! Went Allis, Wisconsin ;: u-: ......"""
i'' ; i flist vice president and E. L Mrs R. H. Shafer Hampton. STATE OF FI. HII)A TO: William : ION .........-...
ryjj'1 Matthews second vice president Miss Lubedla Pinholster G r aha II. PennepHy, UIOH| .I leitlclenceand You urn required" to appear on T. .... UN'
address last known IH Charleston --
Mrs. Junius M. Smith, secretary, *,. .. C., clo low-Ulamond ..:::. ----
and Fred F. Stump TreaHurer, Miss Ida Hagran Therea. Cab Co: Lady Nearly Choked ....,YrYMr -=" "- .._N..r"lIli l..r'HA ;ilard+erNa
if'I"
re-elected to the offices The first meeting the Toll are require* TO appear on E ; _."-Ail '
were execu- or before July 7t... J947 In the above While Lying In Bed- ...._.o ...__--jw 30
which they have held for the past' tive board will be held In the named Court and cause., wherein i +. IND MAY
i several years chapter offices Thursday night plaintiff ....ek. divorce. IJr.....- Due Stomach GasOne lOOPD INDIANAPOLIS

Under a revision of the by-laws June 12 at 8 p. m. JR. pRES -
r Tuesday night's meeting was lady said a few days ago S. FIRESTONE
HARVEY OHIO -
adopted, at this meeting an exKCIII'VO attended by Ming Jewel Graves caiplao s tcryALL that she used to be afraid to go to RUBBER CO AKRON

1"f board was set up composed general field representative, of the bed at night She was swollen : FIRESTONE TIRE AND 116.33 MpN
of the above officers and nine Southeastern Area who discussed with stomach gas, which always RACE AVERAGINGT

plans now In the formative stage got worse when she went to bed, INDIANAPOLIS SAFETY
MILE
i I* mnir COIHT, IIIIAI>FOIIU WORK and the would rise in her I WON 500 IR OUTSTANDING
,
4 <'01 Nit. .o.UUAI. IN: CHAN'Vl't'.r'w. for a National Blood Bank, where. gas up "
f : by blood may be obtained by anyone GUARANTEED throat after she lay down and DELUXE
M irth FIRESTONE GREAT VICTORY
I'lnlnllff, VH -
p6, + .. B. Smith Hmlth I)er..mlunt. Ca.. No. free of charge. When the would nearly choke h e r. She ON PART IN MY //
ItTI 06"> plan goes Into effect, mobile units couldn't lie flat. Had to prop her. ENDURANCE PLAYED "
.>KDiin: OF punurATioN will be brought into self up on pillows. Recently this AND
N[> NOTIOB TO APPEAK8TATM every county Refinishing Repairs .. MAURI ROSE
Of KIA TO: Mr. lady got INNER-AID and now
Martini, Ir. Smith, whom residenceunit ANNOUNCEMENT
a unit address. In: do! loran perry theCedars says gas Is gone, stomach feels
t Marnhallnn. Delaware.. t am now with Starke Dry Broken Springs fine, bowels are regular and she
V You are rwiulred to appear on Cleaners & Laundry plant and can go to sleep and sleep soundly.
namedCniitt
July., 1947 In the Bbr>v Replaced
b and cause, wh..reln plaintiff will greatly appreciate your laundry INNER-AID contains 12 Great
seeks. divorce. Hradforil, County 'lelicruph and dry cleaning.! Herbs; they cleanse the bowels,
thin Order In
shall piibllxh If you desire pick-up and delivery Cushions Repacked i
)' p next four weekly issues clear gas from stomach act on
I'' Wltn".ii my hand and, officialseal \ service please call 28 and sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable .
+ at Starke, Flu.. I tills June 4, Phone 52LIlartmann
un. ask for Route 3 driver. I need .people soon feel different all
SEAT..) A. J. Thomas. the business and will
An Clerk of Bald Court.
and
Hy Lucille C. Conner D, C. courteous service Starke. Fla. Get INNER-AID. Sold by all drug
l4' T.- Frank T.iinilrum, 3t rke, Fla. -Itoy V. Turner. stores. (Adv.)
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I Attya. for 1'lf. C



III+, ,I r W c. Tut U.TilE To The CITIZENS of OUR COUNTY .


I "KEY" IN MHISKF.YIt !
i
I ; 1 It lorkM up tho human brain The Liquor Petition Was Brought In Monday. Check

1' and unlocks the door to sanity
b "S I it"t and the "biiKhouHf"/ ing On It Will Begin Next Tuesday, June 10th. CHOOSETill TIRES
It dime the door 01 a haslaand's -i TIATOR
affections for his wife have until THEN to remove your name from
tilt r and at the name time olwnn| the YOU

i door. .t<> ,roiKlhmiHOH brothels, It by simply writing the Board of County EXTRA SAFITYXTRAMl1EAGEATNOEXIRACOSTf
i and "Htrung women",

i"f';, ', % It liM'kH the door of imxlo-ty. Commissioners requesting its removal
+ and Unlocks tho door of rourni'HH ..."
I r and Hhame. It closes the
, s door against decency and op/| -nsq 01IR

I I r! I q { t j THIS tho !door of KEY starving to filth slam and mothers shut Impurity In and thetaco Your Request May Be The ONE That


n I a and children open the wide door the of door plenty that, Voids This Petition and Saves Our Tax- a

lead. to poverty and rajtH.

It lock;. the door of oomfort-, The Cost of An
,I, l q ; able honw and throats the In. payers Unnecessary
I mates Into the mtrvetn a. I"'Kgarn -

9 and parasites of Hnclety. Election
THIS KEY thin whiskey
R KEY look hard and rant the
1 ;; door of goon health and unlock .. ,
I'' re 1U1 .._. BE SURE YOUR ,
'i the door of gaunt dl REMOVAL REQUEST IS IN BY 01 '
; !l; It locks the door of happiness
1 l and unlock the door of misery, MONDAY NIGHT I
f j won and broken .._r.... It
clones the door of reason and
+ 1' 11 loads men Into delirium tr<.- BRADFORD COUNTY DRYS
/ i.. mn where,' with horrified vIsion 0

they behold demons. ,

Iii snaky. and "pink lipliantN". ,r r r,." .,_
( This. key closes the door of

Y. ,l LIFE and opens the door of
rt f ;t+ the house of Death It opens (ESPECIALLY: FOR'.YOUI, ,
Sr, wide the doom of funeral

sit" Tea" homes and rmnrtery JI1'tI'H. It

( q ? opens the unMttlatfNl mouth of
nr'1. r u' 9e the n.-w-nllado grave to receive
IU" last victim.
t) THIS KEY till. whiskey,
I + KEY lurks the door of Heaven jeQ'22a

1 against all drunkards. and unlock .
the door of the dark
I wi dungeon of despair anil. eternal
v, o I" damnation for Its countless! 4e'ir1 P to J, N ,1it / /y T
.I i million. of doomed diipt*.*. i/Ir
{ You and you aloni, hold the fMl
I ; KEY to your brain and life.

1 You can be FREE If you want M FOR 24 consecutive i years
{ to be .lave .
[ or you can a
Firestone Tires have been on the ,. +' .
i r i Beware of the whlxKEYt
: "If the Son therefore shall winning cars in the IndianapolisSweepstakes

make you free, ye shall be free The same patentedand
Indeed" (John 8:311)AI.'OIiOI. ( )
exclusive construction features

.
l the home
"i '( wrecker: The wise leave It .alone which make these tires so y

st but the simple are duped safe i' S
so
strong, so wear-defying ;
i and are-- )()()'iI.:1: ,
''r "Be not tlecflvwl! nod U. not on the speedway, are also built

7I 'f mocked; for whatsoever' a man i into the Firestone De Luxe !
t a hi k '.vrth, that shall he also reap'fadJ. GueMfrJ.
Champion Tires which ,
I ,J protect
.
r ( 6:7)) 4()
(CU4 Tiding Child Evanffolou your life on the highway. You

i { 1 .y ). can: get all of this extra. safety ,"-

+ ?'lJ ,.,llil!,. and extra mileage at a big savingIn S
f c -./? Expert beauty consultantof
coat because your used tires

Kospilalizalion the Richard Hudnut Salon and the DuBarry Success SchcV axe worth Mart. at Firestone. We

1A will be at STORENAME' DuBarry Cosmetic counter all this weepShe'll -..... need more used tires for re
;
l During LIFETIME With chart a Success-O-Plan for you..a simple beauty treading So we are offeringhighest PAY AS

1 .J Return of Premium Paid prices for the unused
.. At Death organizer to tell you how to care for your skin whether it's dry, oily, normalor mileage in your present tires \ NXx LITTLE AS

r, YOU GET teen-age. Plot a beauty routine for improving face, figure and fitness when
PAYMENT OF you trade them in on new NX

t 1 I. Koapltal: bills In any lion ( with the same co-related DuDarry preparations used at-the Success School. Firestone De Luxe Champions, ( 5 )

pltal. the only tires made that are

J, Doctor bills for treatment" In cMItZ .twik.J' safety-proved on the speedwayfor
;-tJ. cbltdLMblrto1t
I hWltal.S. lMi f bc'lr \; o. qOW'(} '. : A
_. your protection on the high.

y } h $IOO .per month income UiirInj o-i' way. Easy terms, if you desire. WEEK l1
f ; total tllxabillty for any tLCC

l accident or alcknoM: that be- During bar visit. .4 DuBjrry
gins after Issue of .policy.
) gift of IvMty will bf inrlxJtJ THE ONLY TI.RES MADE THAT
1 For Mon Complete InforntaI -

f 7.I !Uon; Clip and :Mall Thin. Coupon with sway DuBjrrj ftrtbastl ARE S A F E T Y P R O V E D ON. t-H E S PEE D W A V
to PROFESSIONAL: INSCH-'
r: ANCE COHPN. 323 W. I'nl- tfpl/R P'ltQT.E Ti-pN d >j t H E H I G HMFIRESTONE

a I venlty Ave., O lne..>Ul", .,.., ,

Name ,?. .__ .-__.._____._?_, KOCH DRUG STORESTARKE

Add_ ,__?. .?..___-_.__ .. HOME & AUTO SUPPLY

._____..___... A .___._ FLA. *' P; Roberta, Owner
600 Temple' Arenue : : 69It
STARKE FL iuDlhone




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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA

C AGC_, __EIGHT___ ___ ___._. _____---.-_ ___ __ FRIDAY_ _. ,.Jt I: ,

6 14 ,k, 11, ford shell publlHh July 7. 1947 In the above namedCourt I iv rnicriT cornr nnAnrono I' Court :- '-.
-
Miss County Telegraph and ,
obtain blood from donors, ca.;( >
Guy Andrews Elected directors elected for one two to thin Order' In next four weekly and rauxp. wherein plaintiff 1"0"N1"l| KI.olun"' | IN CIIANEIIY. > suess. tilt I,
and three years. Craves stated. issues neck. divorce llrndford County Tcl- (" : ". children. 1 iiV:, ,i' y
Chapter Chairman Witness my hand.. and official eirrnph shall inihllfh this Order, In I Anna Harahjnne NfHbltt. Plaintiff' Kr"l.hh"" D'i,
Directors. elected for three-yoar seal. at Ktiirkt. Florida. thin 6th day host four weekly lauueH.WltiuiKH VK. KranclH Havld next four vWtlneHi. \ ,. fjr
The TKI.EOK.VrtI hits just. recelled .it Juno 19H.'OF.'IAL my hand and official ant. CIIH. No. A89. Ne.bltt.vef"nd-I' ,
4'4' # Of Red Cross terms were: nl'preIo ar quality UKAIi: ( ( I'IIIJAI) A. J.' Thom. neal at Starkv, Florida, thin June 6, OFt>EH OF rj9je Shi: ., ,
AND NOTICE: m
r a Mrs. Geo. W. Roberts, Lawtey. An Clerk. of Bold 1 Court. 1947.
;y business rubber band s. Plenty o OKFICIAT. !SEAL' ) A..1. Thomas STATK: Of OninA TO: Fran- OKKlCIAl "SI, ,
Guy Andrews, Starke Fly I.iirlllo C Conner D. C. t
E. C. Long, Brooker. H-t-r-e-t-c-li and snap and John J. lleluliTMon. Esq.| Ht. AUKiminv All Clerk of said 'ourt. I rlM David Neabltt whose residence : As. Clerk ,if I \ I Th
roan and Navy veteran, was elected I I Hy Lucille C. Conner, D. C. IH unknown: 'I Py urlllf c ,
Klit. for 1'lf. 4127:
,,
Atty.
chairman of the Bradford Pobert Jennings Hampton. I itrengtti./ Four sites at 49o per Xii<-h H. Douglas UalnuHVllle, Fin.. You are required to appear on J.: C Duane, 'I, ,: '
I American Red Directors elected for two-year I quarter-pound box. A real bargain.IM I Atty. for Fit. 6-6 4t 6-27 July 7, 1947 In the above named Bldg. J"'k'1\', iii:i I i; 1j 1\
County Chapter,
a IM nnrriT COI-IIT. iin"nrnnnCOI'MTV. .
of terms were: I FLOIIIU.il I* rnAN.,
Crosn, at the annual meeting .... .
I.
the organization held Tuesday F. P. Abernathy, Graham c'liirrrr coriiT. wit 1,11roni t'FI Y.Mhurtrs -j-
Y IN CHAM.Il H Jackson PlaintiffB. .- .
r >rTY. FLOlMU.tl "
night In Its new headquarters In Mrs. ti. H. Hill, Lawtey. .'.::11 Y. Viola Jiu-KHon, pefendant. Cane. No.
r r the health department building on Mr. Edward Burns Starke. "li-ii Hmlth F VK. WllllHm II. FenneHHy, DufmiUnnt.CaH ORDER OF PUHLICATIOVANT r.
P Church Street. Directors\ elected for one-year No. GtiS1.OnDEn NOTK'R!] TO APPEAR WESTERN
STATE' OF FLORIDA TO: Viola
,; )Irs. T. H. Osborne was elected terms were: OP PUnLTCATtON Jackson whose residence. IH 2034

first vice president and E. L Mrs. R. H. Shafer, Hampton.Miss 8TATIS AND NOTJfR OF .'LOltltJTU.: TO APPEAR. WISllnn I South :SJrd street. Went Allls Wisconsin I TTN'I..0N IC-eb/OY

f Matthews second vice president, uoedla Plnholstcr, a r a- ) jr. KennpKHy, wli'iHu reiiMoitca. You are required to appear ,on fis"Iw: M dr a.er.
*
d and! address last known IH Chul -
4 Mrs Junius M Smith, secretary, "' l.-.ton, N. C., coo iTellow-lJlunio. !
p, l ti and Fred P. Slump Treasurer, Miss, Ida llaffan Thereana. Cub Co:

h were re-elected to the offices I The first meeting of the execu- you are roqinrew 'f uppour. i
nr l before July its 1947 In thehove
which' they have held for the past tive board will be held in the named Court and CHIIIIK. when \

several years. I chapter offices Thursday night In plaintiff seeks divorce. Bracuptio

tInder a revision of the by-laws, June 12, at 8 p. m. ..
I Tuesday nl !:hfa meeting: was
adopted at this meeting, an ex-
'attended by Mills Jewel Graves s tery .
board set '
.cut ve was up composed general field representative of the

of the above officers/ and nine Southeastern Area who discussed ALL .

'' In the formative t .
i plans now stage,
" ; ; I'* cmcviT cot'iiT. IIU"'OIlI .
WORKGUAUAN I
t": I \ ('1)1 MTV. FlBlalnAI I.M CHAN' for a National Blood Bank, where.
' (" :RY.Ii by blood may be obtained by any- ; .
\\1 .
I'liilntlfr, VH. M r-
VI I..r W. Hmllh.
I t!' )) the K. Smith/ IMfunilant. t'ase No. one free of charge. When the TEED t t
' l'
II4 I n', !'\ I GUS punurATtON plan goes Into effect, mobile units ;

' ':"' NO nnKn NOTIf-W!] TO APPEAR will be brought Into every county
i Refinishiag Repairs .
,, jj J, ,, ', hTATH' OP 'f.olllnA> TO: IIIr.', '' .. ,
"I" .
ranlrtotK1 i
\' /, Martha K. Hmlth, whose ANNOUNCEMENT : .
: I, and address I IM: olo, Uenrit" Perry the
\
t' 1 ''I Mamhaltnn. I am now with Starke Dry Broken Springs
't' CtMliirn Vt" ''
; l ;' J'j YOU are required: I ; appear; <>n' Cleaners & Laundry plant and
,,1 ... 4. 1S47, .In the above named .
' ,\.:\ ,j! ) July will greatly appreciate laun- Replaced ,
Court and cause, whnri-ln plaintiff your .
nni-ku divorce. llrmUonl, County Tulfxruph dry and dry cleaning.If '

\\r ; nut. four shall.weekly publish iMHiien.vVlIntmn thin. Order In you desire pick-up and delivery Cushions Repacked',; ,.' : ,

i i, I tny hand and official service, please! call 28 and : ,
r. 6 seal I at Htarke Kin., thin June 4, ..
' ." auk for Route 3 driver. I need Phone 52-L "

,1" i Ii! viifl,, ; ,' 1847(OI<''''I'IAI. BKAW: A.1. Thomas the business and will give promptand Hartmann Mfg.. Co. 't< .Y" ,," ,
As Clerk nt nald Court. ." -
I.I' j')t 1 I I' r t.iiclll: C. Conner, D. C. courteous service. :' ,i, \' !.
ny
I'I' : Starke. Fla. "
} Il'@ (''I T,' frank. Tjuicirum, Stark 0.6, 4t Fla.Attirit. --Roy V. Turner. ,' ';:: ; '. ( '.' "
/ for Pit.
0.21/
) "r./"I.I / ,
: ,,-,".. .. ., .. 'h, .N"

4 W.C.T. U. To The CITIZENS of OUR COt ''I' ; *;*,1'> ':#,,' ,\ J" ;.


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I ,, ..

'; ; r THE It hicks"KEY". up the IN: human N'IU4ISEYkI brain The Liquor Petition Was Brought In i J' ;, >' ,', .:' ;; I...'

4 and unlock the doors to sanity .

t ? anil the biighiiUHe". ing On It Will Begin Next Tuesday, Jut '<' '; '

t It rlimes the door of a lm"-, 'I'

; I l>tan.I' affection. for his wife' have until THEN to remove r. '

rN 9 and at the sane time opens he YOU t,. 1 ,j':. ,
t t .
l' 11(10' roadlKHinex, brothels, it '
.to by simply writing the '
.
A"i'' and "ntrange wumen"" I : .; ,

I "Yf tilt, x It "lacks the door of Intkleelyi Commissioners requesting Us removal 4' JY: :' '/. ,
Ott and unlocks tho door of coarsearts t :
'' ,
end sham' It doses the I '.) ,' '. ,, ;, :

! / G i flair against/ decency and open '. .1

J, l the door to filth and impurity. Your Be The ""
Request May .
TIIIS KEY slams .hut In the > "
I and I :(
III fttfo of starving mothers .

; .children the door, of plenty, Voids This Petition and Saved ; .

r ;, and opens wide tho door that ; \ '

, leads. to poverty and rap ,. : :
: ft locks the door of romfort- : ': ff.' .; "

, "' r 1'' able home" and thrusts tilt In- payers The Cost of An UElection ::"iiV I ; ::::" '. >::
> \
moten Into the streets\ a* lieg- <. ; .. t.; i. .
i" ":, t and parasites of society.t '" ';11 I "' ,. .., ',", .'. '; '
i gars ,- '. ,
t , THIS KEY thto whiskey > .'J. i: 1Jif' ;\ ,: / ',_. '. .
'
r ii't.' :I i : ,.t: .' '"
1 Kr-Y.: lucks. hard and fast the ; < ,: ., .
t ( .'
'a.'i
: ; \ : ; ,
health and unlocks : \
deer of genii << k '

' '' the door of gaunt dIM_. BE SURE YOUR REMOVAL REQUl ": ', ,' t I' : ; '4-, ' -

1 1 It locks the door of happiness' 1 ,, I ,

I3 ? } v and unlocks the door of misery\ MONDAY NIGHT I ;: _, {< . ,. ,,,
,1 I woe and broken hearts. It .
+ :,. ,
'
;
. r t"' rlvsea the door, of reason and .. j ,'i 'I t ". ;" >r--:

id' leads men lute drllrlum tr" BRADFORD COUNT :., '. i", ;: .;:, "
.
t mans wbeore', with horrified vision ,. ..;, .-. ', '. .' '. -, < /I' .-, ,.
.
e ,, they behold demons, .. I' \ t.' >' "ji'V"; '' .
: _
an kes and "pink elrphantt"\ I ,, ,, 0 ,' ; : :,{ ,

This. key close the door of i I a '"
,, up' LIFE and opens the door of r _,I ,: 1 ). I "

I the house of Death. It opens ... '' ' ,',.
9t '
1. 1 ESPECIALLY, <
1i ; / ,
wide the door of funeral ,: ,
t .' .. '
1 homes and rmnrtery states It ,

13c "L 4'|Inns the unnatlated tiMiuth of ,';' o.,.. *" ;- : : : I
'. .
:. tin- new-made grave to receive .,; I ,'
IP It* last 'victim. 44 '
#
'
) Its ,ti THIS KEY thiN whiskey ,( .
t
KBY, locks the door' of IIt'a\en '." ,

(' 1 against/ all drunlotrdn. and unlock "

; e t the door of the dark Sr'I ".'... ,. ,,, t "
' "-f" k
t e dudgeon of despair and eternal r ,
'
v w .' '" "t I' ,. \
yrl tt'' S 1 damnation for Its countless ," ; '. ;' ': "
millions of doomed dupes. ; ,
I
k I ttia .
a i''. You, and you alone, hold the _) a ,' 0'' : '
I : t'
,,y' r : KEY!: to your brains and life. #_ : ., v"i. r : ,.
4 I
Yon can be FUEl!: If you want "

.., to or you can be a slave : \ .. ... :, "- ) t:" ..

t a i/" Beware of the whl .KEYIIf I .. t :'t. :. .

I.' p, the Son therefore shall > ); -'' 'afri. .
;' / / ; "
7 a make you free, ye shall be free /' r" '__ .. .
n Indeed" (John 8:311): s e4 I t nI ,;
h' r i t\,
e ALCOHOL the homey :

WK'cker: The win. leave It a- .1 .';, 'J: ''
tut'
... \:
tl'f lone but the ulniplo are duped .' o ;'- ,_"i-s? ;:"?v .... +; .d: >, "

and are DOO.MKD. I .. ._
'. ; :,;: > .
4 HBe not deceived' ; God Is not : ; II
> .
I : \ .
"N' : ;
mucked) l; for whattoever a man I "" ,

M M a' A'elh. that shall he also reap" G' 0 .)

r + v, r (Cud. 6:7)). () 1ltW. <1 ..;

((./... Tldlngt Child Evangel x t

l f 1 1 sal.) j \\-1- "

4 tut 'llarlla 1 f.r 1, .
.
/ ./ Expert beauty ce i ,. ," .' \ .... ,,'

t' v A HospitalizationDurinK I! of the Richard Hudnut Salon and the t twill .

14 could 1 ,_
r Rq be at STORENAl\IE' DuBarry Coimetic r.: I" '." "
t. 1
LIFETIME With She'll chart a Succeu-O-PLui for )'ou...a limp)! ':'J-, -.4 .,
I lie turn of Premium Paid

At Death organizer to ten you how to care for your akin whether i .


YOU GET PAYMENT OF or teen-age. Plot a beauty routine for improving face, 111\1I" atu u"cee ." wren you lose tom in on new

I. f! ttpltal bills |n any himPlfcU. [ with the lame co-related DuBarry preparation rued at the Succes School. Firestone De Luxe Champions, Z 5

the only tires made that are

9>. Doctor bills for treatment' In i -, :- ,..4seto i i JwiJ.w,9{ + safety-proved on the speedway '
+w ''iJali ebxaft: O'M.lfO'W.1t.' (, A
("Inepltal.t
( OU" .. for your protection on the high

'b S. (100 per MAntlt Income during G way. Easy terms if you desire.FIRESTONE. aDrJrigg i
t : O- WE
q't( total disability for" any CtCC

'n accident or Icktn'wi that begin bit visit .t Dx&trrjgift
(1 ) after issue of policy.
of ttMlj will bt incluJtJwill a
For Muro Complete Information
( 'i Clip and Mall Thin Coupon terry DIIB.zr'l psrrhlrl 1 a '

1 'f to I'KOFE.HSIONAl. INHVUANCR : -

(COHPN. SIS W. 'nlvenity -

a } Ave., Oalneovllle, .,... .

{"1 Name -.--.- KOCH DRUG STORE


-- "dd ___., ____ __N__ HOME & AUTO SUPPLY

t .. Age STARKE. FLA. *. P. Roberts, Owner
--- '------ ;
e 600 Temple Avenue !: Phone 69

4 w ; STARKE. FLORIDA




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