Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 13, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02911
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cot lI'r. CR4DFORD Seal at Starke, Florida, this May ORDER OF; PUBLICATION iv riitciir (COIHT imi)roHi) Commissioners Find Qualified ,
FI.III"".*' l"i CIIAI'- n. 104?. t AND NOTICE TO APPRAR I rolNIV' FI.OHIUAl IV lll\N. ix FFA Members
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, STATH OF FIX nmA to: ('KHV.Mae Names Not SufficientFor
._., I'lftlntlff. v*. Vlrro As Clark of said Court. Earl Lee Hodnett whose residence Sue Battles, Plaintiff vs. Tom-
n f> nilunt.. Case Ny Lucille C. Conner. D. C. la Dry }','onl(. Louisiana; mule ldwnrd Battles Difendant To Convention RequirementsThe I
Zach H. IViuirlai, Oalnesvllle Fla You are required to appear on Case No. 66SO.OKHKK .
q .,t. |1" .tMCATtOVnTC'D Atty. for Plf. 6-83 4t 813riiirniT June 1 5. 1 94 7. In the above named. OF PUBLICATION Six members of the Bradforcmnty Board of County Commissioners! after checking
TO APPEAR ..- Court and muse. wherein plaintiff AM> NOTIPF3 TO AI'I'. .\H
J.'J.nnln\: virtrMuf III! romp. niiti. >ponn seeks divorce cllHtoilv; and Mip- STATIC OF FLORIDA to: TommieEllw..r,1 chapter of the rutuiirmers for two days and far into the night voided because of lack

I, \'h" ri'Mldonca Il I.I Is. ('01 ,,5'Y. FI.UII.I1.'I i\ \\:11""i.:: port of minor child., Lrailfnrd. County Bitt lea, whose residence Isunknown of America will alter of qualified signers the petition which called for an election
Chicago TelvKraph vhall publish this .
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Hattie'IIoe b.C. Hunxucker Plaintiff VB order, In next four weekly IHBUOBWltnesH \ou lire required to appear onJuno e state convention of that orjilzatlon "to determine whether or not the sale of intoxicating 'liquors I
t ii 0 appear on It. my hand, and' offlcliil 2.1iil.. 1 a t 7. i In I the nlto\i< ninudCoiitt In Daytona next week wines. beers
UufeiulnntCusa be
lIunHUckor shall In
'" ". Lbuva nam 'il 6069M iu'mmluit Hturko, Florida. tliltt Mil)' Hnd cause. wherein plaintiff i I or : prohibited" Bradford County. t
:I ,"' herein plnlntlft ( No.CK (IF PtTBLirATIONP 14, 1947OFl'UIAL. ...,.kM divorce. Bradford Countv The convention is being hi-td? to The petition was presented to the Board June 2. and
County SHAD. A. J. Thomas, shall this order
1I.uJforll ( TelHirraith I publish
.?hi1l; t"h this <-lrilerUV .NOTJC-n TO APPIlAIt A. h.rk of paid Court In; next four weekly \IssuesNViint ct new state officers and I U simultaneously 72 requests for the withdrawal! of names I ,
I "' 8TAT13 OF FLORIDA to: CHI- llv Luolllo {'. ('"nn'r. I>. ('. 'HH mv bund niiil' < official ,Id contests Doyle E ConneStam'ke .
I 10 I .1"t' an.! offlrlal bornv H .llunniuker I whoso rtHldeiuo II"','"" \ AnduiHitn. <;nin ('nv,, seal, at !sturUe, 1'10..11111.. thin May were placed with the Board. '
IM. 221 North Cuss Avenue, li. president of the
this May prlnus Flu, 18th. 1'M7OfFICIAL! I These
ark; I t'I I i 1'ontlac MIchlRan. \ttv for Plf 611U 6-6 ( \ REAL) A. J. Thomas( orlda Ainoclntion of Flo'and
\ J. Thomas, You' uiu i ttiuirrd: th"'I I'O onJune AH. Clerk of sail Collr Corn Grosses : previous signers of the peti!
I 1.:1\: 23, 1917 In numeclCoiiit 11 the convention
'11\ IN' cmriir roiiir.' IIKI KOIIII) 11 ti' Lucille Conner, D CMnrtln preside over
tion. examined I
,or O 0 C. and ciiUMti, wherein plaintiffseekS C'Ol"'I'Y. FI.OIIIUV 1% llltNf .7. 1'enrl 803 1.1 ah a in llldtt >yle Crews a member of the They were not -
c.r'n.i '
Cov illvonu County '1':11: %'. ckson\llle PIt until the original
liruen petitionhad
r' Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn James Thomas' Kreldnr. Plaintiff Atty. for Plf (i-83 4t 6-13 adford chapter antI sixth xlceesldnnt $14,634 In WeekGolden
1 a. 6-23 4t -13iTroinr. next tour weekly ItmueH. .. VB Cora UlUabdh Kr'ider, l>efenduiit : of tho state organlzan been checked. i
'lt .
: WltneNH I mv htiriil and offl lal ('"... No. 5ii4. t
neal fit Starke Florida, this May tilt I>I.:n OK pi'IILICATIOX iv rnici IT tOi lI'r. 1111 iniii will also attend. The signatures of 25 percent

IlnAuFonD 21. 1941. ANI> NOTICH 1l> AlPHAHSTA ('OI\ll' "'1.01111)I" 4 !! to-, Two delegates have been rhottt Bantam "Mr or a total of 1210.: of the
i', FLlIIUU.11; CHAN (OFKICIAt. SHAW A. J. Thomas 're (>F FixntinA to: ('KRl.IIUillll. corn was
AM Clerk of salt) Cnutt Coia Elisabeth Kreider whose, reslitelue \\" Clarence DennlH, I'lllln- )m the Bradford chapter Big" on the market platform thu County's registered voters were
ks Fouler Plaintiff vs. nv Lucille C. Conner. I). C. addiess IB lloute 1, Un- tiff \s. Mary Ann UcnnlH. Defend'
and ,
11. foster Defendant. Cans Zach H. DouKlax, UalnoHVlllo Fin. ion City Pa. ant Cane No. fi 4joitliru aurlre! Edwards!: Jr. and Buck week' with around lOOt bags loaded neodtMl to carry an election. The ,

Atty. for Plf. 5-24 4t 6-13 You are require to Appear on I OF PPHLIC\niov( )rman. N. Q. Hayes and Cecil; out dully. at nn avetage price original. petition presented to the
rR,: OF) PPBLICATfON June 16. 1047. In the .above named AND MVnCI! TO APIM2A11 ivls of \ Board by the attorney of W. M.
NOTICE TO APPEAR IN f'lIlcr I'r rnciir. i>.. \UFOIUI Court and wherein plaintiff HTATM OF FUIRIPX: will be present to enter the 91.SO Farmers have realized
:>F FLORIDA to: ('O( "'I'Y. FI..IUII..\. | I'M CHAN.c : seek divorce Tlrndfnrd County Mary Ann Dennis, m'huo| ,. residenceIN raeshoe pitching contest $14.63401) from the 0,756 bag: Edwards, Jr.. contained 1,400names.
h. Fouler' whose rest- '1':"r. TelPftliph shall publlxh this OrderIn i 181 Rosudale Avenue. Mudtsoll\ .
,] address, is unknown; Betty a. Laiidorbuck Heath, PlaIn. next four weekly Issues New Jersey; The FFA meets bi-monthly ond< sold, hero since Wednesday of laat t
required to appear on tiff. vs. William Clare-tiro Heuth, WitneSS my hind and official You are required to appenr, onIilne an organization for preparingtter II week. Although Golden HnntarrIs On the petition, the Board found
:1947. In Ih.bO'e named Defendant. Cane No. 6663OIIKI2H seal at Starke Florida thin May 16, 1947 In the alinva namedCourt 14 1 ,
unqualified "Illegal"
still the or signatures
J cause wh'n! plainllvorce -. <,>!- tJIIILII"( , Bradfo-d County AND NOTICE TO APPEAR (oFFICIAL SHAD A. J, Thomas, seeks divorce Ilitulford. CountyTeleiriapn ;! boys. V. R. Ferguson ad- now White Norfolk I..., expected to which were struck from
b hall publish this Order STATE OF FixamnA to: William As Clerk of stild. Coin't. shall publtHh this. Order take the load 1 early next week tho petition.' Of the 72 with-
,ur weekly Issue.. realdunce I'v Lucille) C (Conner r>. C'. In next four weekly InsueHWitness tor of the Bradford chapter
; :tea fJreale'i..h: : :.en. hit nil und., official' tlriiwal with the .
. hnnd and official 1..ndl'IIINrke., Fin my presented petition I
my T. Frank Klorlil.i, this Mny 11 alto!: be present: at tho cur A totnl of 12650 bum of ('ornhave
:itarke Florida, this Hay: You are required to appear' on Atty for Plf 5-14 4t 6tiiv seal .t Htarke. 6O were found eligible to bn
June 23. 1947 In the above named 15, 1'I47 ntlon. been sold at the market here
\,L SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Court and cause wherein plalnttfl 'IR'I'IT ('O ii<'r, ninponii OFFICIAL SEAL) .\.. J. Thomas since the crop hit Its stride round taken from the list, Some of (
at laid Court. seeks divorce and restoration ol coi'"I'I'Y. FI.OHIIH. iv 6Il'Y iiYnncey .\.:\1. As Clerk of said CouitHv thHflo hud boon previously removed -
D. C. maiden Bradford County Lucille C. Connor, l II.> C Juno 1. Total receipts to ilatt
Is C Conner name. ( :
lion. Law. Exchange Ends., Telegraph shall l>ubli.h this OrderIn 'C, O'Rlley, Plaintiff vsKHtelle Martin J. Pearl 803 Cllnhum ItldK, irst Workshopleld are estimated at $111.981.00. This reduced, the number ofsignatures
'lie, Fla.nt. next four weekly lHaues.'WltnesH D. O'Rlley Dtfundant Case .I..ckll."vlll. Fla. 6-6 to 1205, or 23 short for J
we 4t 6-! my hand and official, No. Rflt9OIIDER. Atty for Plf. 5-10 4t For Teachers Joe Parker of 1 Klkton, Fla' I In
seal at Starke, Florida, thin May 22,, OF PPnUCATTOV calling, an election.
the rush ol
top buyer handling
1947 AND NOTIC12 TO APPLAR rncnir ('f) "I'r. imnKonu ,nds Term TodayThe While the checking of the petition L
liT ('01 liT. iininroniiI. l OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, STATE OF FLORIDA ton : FIOIIIIM IV ('II \"- corn at the market here now IIIn
( Lucian
In Con.
FIotIlUU.l"i ('U \\1. residence wall ogress,
I. An Clerk of paid Court telle D O'Rlley whose '
Is In Ice
Py Lucille" C. Conner, D C. l Is unknown; S'EliJohn I.\.* Evans, Plaintiff vs. Mildred IlrndforJ-Unlon Tencheioikshop corn quickly packed rid', secretary of the Bradford
.ml Plnlntlff vs Walt..rDptend"nt. T Frank Lnndrum, Starke, Fla You are required to appear, on .1. Evans UefunUunt. Case closes Its three-week! loaded on trucks, and Kent ta I
estimated 450
County Drys,
rase No 5927'R 6-13 named
Atty. for Plf. 6-23 4t June 16, 1947 In the above
northern market. Ha follows the
68711ORDCR t.
}: OF PfBUICATION Court and cause. wherein plalnurt .. No. OF PUBLICATION rm today and the 60 teachen more requests for withdrawalshad

NOTICE OF PlXIKirtA TO! APPEAR to 'v (In'IT cot'HT. nitAnFonn T j"Ph'j.j'Ij'ub'l HAAlrtf ,;"_;non A Itnidford';hlhi"County-OrderIn AND NOTICE TO A1'I'FIAIISTATH 10 have attended feel that much season as It proceeds northward : been received by the Board.
IIII> iv CIIAVIHY. "OF KLOUIDV to' MildredT and stated that corn becomes a
whose residence In ('ol''ry.' FI.(> \I us been accomplished to wareJidenttanrllng i
IIry.nt. next four weekly issues.Witness IH 25 The Board checked enough of
110th lOt., Apt. 82. New (' and officialseal .. HvanH, wlioHU reslflenre local 4 when the '
hind product by July ,
my Mouth .
Plnlntlff Street, Humter the child whIch
New York. Martha mien Roll Hutsnn Florida this May fast Calhoun ;. these to definitely void the petition
-Y.5 required to appear on vs William D Hutson Defendant 14 1947 at Starke Carolina on is the ceatral theme of'all ac. buying season will be over i Ir: before adjourning at 11 a'-

,1917 In the above named Cane. No.OF 5(149ORDKa (PUBLICATIONAND (OFFICIAL liE AT.) A. J Thomas, June You 30.are 1947 required, In the to above nppear named' titles. eastern United States.. clock Wednesday night 1'4
d 1 reuse, wherein plain- As Clerk of said Court herein plulntlff
I divorce Bradford County NOTICE FLORIDA TO AI'PAARSTATE to: William Dy Lucille C. Conner 1_>. C. Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford County Courses of study carried out R. B. Alvares local market The Board ruled last Tuesday
tour S hall weekly publish Issues.this Ordar D Hutson whose. .lust. known r nldenca Zach for H. Plf.DnuKlas Oalnesvllle B-16 4t Fla 6-6 Telegraph' shall publish this. Order ire grouped under three major 1 manager states that the Bradford when It met to consider the petition ,

I my hand and official and address I. South% General, Care Atty. lit next four my weekly hand Ismins.Witness and official MsificaUons: 1. Child, Develop corn season will last about that those signatures which
llarke, Florida. this Ma; Delivery, Charleston iv ('iiiniT (' fflf, Dn "DFonn this May 1 two ifvvlis longer. .
lina. FLOItlltA, IV CM IV. seal at Starke, Florida Int, directed by Mrs. Grac were v indicated by: an X becauseof t '

\L SEAL) A. J. Thomas, You are required 23rd to 1947.appear In the on (CERY.Norman CoI'ry. jo OFFICIAL, 1947 SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs lams Stevens; 2. Reading, dieted A MOM*!!' votiuo of other vegetables tn.t..ty..4; without..... I 1 .!
June (
''e i of C.laid Conner Court.D. C. or above before named Court and cause,, L.0.Smith' Smith, Defendant.Plaintiff CanNo. vs Clerk of said. Court. by Miss Mildred Swear Is being marketed adding would bo removed from the peti
Orace D
ryman, Starke, Fla. wherein! plaintiff Telegraph seeka divorce shall 6640 J P"y. C.Lucille Durrance C. Conner, Jacksonville., C. Fla gen and Mimi" Janet McCraxkenHealth ; : 12,078.75 to the dollar volume tion. Nona of the Xed signatures) f '
Plf sis 4t 61'rr Bradford County ORDER OF PUBLICATION 6-80 the week with sales .
6-39 4t during past
Because Illiteracy ,
publish this Order In next four AND NOTICE TO APPEAR *tty for Plf. under the supervision were witnessed. of

weekly Issues official' STATE OF FLORIDA to: BRADFORDCOUNTY. the workshop director, Mlsiiiira reported as follows: 281 hampers unregistered names, and t

0., FLOHUlt.q-o'n' BRAnPonn CHAM8 seal Witness at Starke.my hand Florida and, this 19th Cm Grace L.Lynn Smith, Pennsylvania whose residence, is IN riRci'iT. FLORinAI rnriiT. IN CHAN Leenhotits. of peas fp< $175: 170 hampers of more than on. name In the same

of May. 1947.OFFICIAL. You mm are requited I to appear. on CKHY. Fordhooks & $:J.ZiS; 09 hampers handwriting, the 144 names were t' J
HarnhCappu. No effort in mak-
Jr SEAL) A. J. Thomas named Thomas Cappa, Plaintiff vs was spared
vs. ( June 16 1947 In the above of st $IS 00 93 hampers .
r.1'lnir; : ;
n. DefendantR"OF : As Clerk of call Court. Court and cauai, wherein plaintiff Defendant Case No. B672. g this workshop an outstanding peppers stricken from the original petition.
51:3 By Lucille C. Conner. D. C. seeks divorce. Bradford Count ORDER OF PUBLICATION of butterbeans tt $Z.O; 54 cratesof :
: FVnuCATIOVNOTICE John J. Henderson, E.q. St. Aug-us- Telegraph shall publish this Order AND NOTICE) TO APPEAR ccess. Specialists were called berries at '::1.00; 8 hampers of the
Thu Hoard received petition
!!: TO APPEAR tIne, Fla. In next four wet kly Issues. STATE OF FLORIDA to: BarahCappa. for discussion of problems with
OF FLORIDA to: Atty. for Plf. 5-23 4t 6-12 Witness my hand and official whose residence and address chers and to assist Jn formulatg bean U $2.00: 7 hampers of for "examination and checking"f
mce Shull Irwin whns BRADFORD seal at Starke, Florida, this May Is: 1H4 Fulton titreet. Paterson quash 0> S2 00; 6 hampers of when it wa pre.ent.d June 2. It P f
and address Is: 848 Fll- IN' CIRCUIT CCCRT. 14. 1947 New Jersey. a future program of Instrucn.
I.. nsw% Edward Baldwin, COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas Ynu are ""quired ta appear on It was the first undertaking okra &t $4 50. met Tuesday, June '10 for chuckIng ,
Jersey; o'anv.Margaret. As Clerk of said Court. In the above
Plaintiff, June 90 which consumed Tuusday and)
r. required to appear on Llndfors Setier, Rv Lucille\ C, Conner D. C. named Court and cause, wherein this kind 1 In Bradford or Union "
947, In the above named vs. William K BeUor, DefendantCase Zach H Douglas, Gainesville Flft plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford unties, and the cooperating Rites ThursdayFor Wednesday. E. A. Clayton, I
'd ratine, wherein 5648ORDER 5-16 4t 6-6
plain- No.
Plf. this ,
. PUBLICATIONAND Atty. for <*, "ntv Telegraph shall publish Galnesvllla attorney. representing
divorce Bradford County OF In next four weekly Issues achers are enthusiastic over
Order Wilkinson
, hull publish this Order NOTICH' TO APPEAR IIRADFOHD Mr. tho Bradford< County Drys, was
('ur FLORIDA to: William IV ( IIITIT Witness my hand and officialseal ntlnulng work of this nature.
weekly OF
, STATE last known t'Oi"STY, ri.l>RIIIAl IV CIIAV.Cl at Starke. Florida, this May unable! to be present Thursday, so
my hand and otflrl<arke E Setser whose .
":RY. Mlus\ Leenhouts stated In clou.f Mrs. Lulu C. Wilkinson, 70
Florida, this May residence.. and address Is East Olarlstelle 27. 1147! the Board continued Its examination I
Moorehead Street Charlotte North Joe H. Bradley Plaintiff Defendant.vs. CaseNo. (OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thomas. that the real value of the acmpllahmenta nf John Wilkinson retired farmer

;Ir. REAL) A. J. Thomas, Carolina.You 1880 Bradley, < S r-ierlt of RIO Id Pnurt will\ be m axure fit' said Court. are required. to appear on or ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND By III'h.C'lfo"r'r'itf: : Flour Friday afternoon at 1:30: p. m..
. C (onner, n. c. before June 23rd 1947. In the above APPEAR William t the success! of the 1947-48 Shadycrest Hospital following a .
wherein NOTICE TO Clark RldMT. Jacksonville, Fla.Atty the Board will meet In the Bradford
1"10..1 and cause,
kp1rt.andrum, Stark, named Court OF FLORIDA to: flier hool Illness.
STATE 6-30 4t 6-20 program. lengthy
BradfordCounty for Plf.
B-16 4t 66hr plaintiff seeks divorce Estelle Bradley whose residence Is: County Couatroom to du J
this held
shall publish Funeral servIces were
Telegraph Issues. P. O. Box 45, Fort Payne. Alabama. nnAiiroimOIVIY 'terrains the remaining withdrawals .
weekly coi'ii-r. ,
Order In next four on iv riRcrrr three' o'
romr, required to appear afternoon
nn.npnnn You are Thursday
hand and official I seal named <' vi.iiniiiAi iv tiitv.IR : Given Creedf I
f. Witness my the above onner
FlOlllnt. ItHAN! of June 21, 1947 In Branch Baptist
16th '
at Starke. Florida this Court and cause wherein plaintiff ( : Y. clock In the Long : I
I. Johnstons Plaintiff v. May 1947.OFFICIAL. seekn. divorce. Bradford County Ruth Nelson Matthews Plaintiff, > "Jungle Cock" Church with the Rev. J. D. Wllllamn -
iiMell Jnhnstone Defen6B41 ( REAL) A. J. ThomasAn TelHtraph shall publish this OrderIn vs Rufus Matthews, Defendant. In Baker Elected
was .
.0 '" fieri' of ..n lot Court. next four weekly issues.Witness Case No 5698oitnnii officiating .
oft OF PloflLH'ATION P'y Lucille C. Conner, D. {'. my hand and official seal OF PUBLICATIONAND Adding membership In the' the Church cemetery Mrs. Wilkinson President of LionsAt
NOTIf'I TO .\PPEAR John .T. Henderson Esq, St. Augustine at Htarke, Florida. this May 32 NOTICE TO APPEAR 'otherhood of the Jungle Cocka was a native of Bradford
nil' FI.ORIPA to Florida. 1047 STATE OF FLORIDA TO Rufus
lu".'jj"ioh'mJtone, whose Atty. for Plf 5-23 4t 6-12 (OFFICIAl. SEAL) A..1. Thomas MatthewH. whose I lust' known residence lengthening list of honors County and a member of the Baptist Its meeting last Monday

II Iimiknown.r ; .vufonn As Clerk of said Court anti address ,Is Coward, Mouth yle E. Conner, Bradford County
.. t'o iv 'llIrl'IT f 01 it r, mi C. Conner. D C. Church.In night, the Lions Club of Btarke
, "rjiniri'.| In >the i| above appear namedcausa on I ('01 M-Y.; FIOHIIH.! CHAVRnrl' nv Martin Lucille J. Pearl. 803 Graham Bid. Carolina you are: required. fo appear onmr rm youth was back at his home addition to her husband she elected A. B Baker, local merchant .' .,

herein plaln-I ("F.II Y. Janis Jacksonville. FIll before July 7. 1947 In the ..- re Monday after receiving three daughters, '
m dlv"r"! "radforil U Ilearnt. Plaintiff, vs. I for Mf 5-23 4t 6-13 hove named Crt and causvhore- Is survived by ma president for the following I'
County No 5638.OKDUH tty
.i 'hall' P"1"1' '* thIs Order hears Dernmlnnt PPHLICATIOV CIIHH In plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford cards Sunday as the outstanding Mrs Carlton Orlffls of Lawtey year Other officers elected .

.our' 'wcwkh I I..u..S. AND NOTICrl OH T<> APPKAH iv niriir ('01 liT. mi \iiroiiiimi County Teleirraph shall weekly publish' iMHiies thinOrder oridn boy of 1947. The Creed Mrs. W. T. Nesworth of Starke. ; were R. II:. Mundorff secretary .

harkp.?' "Florida""d and, this offlelal AlayIW.SRU. '! ? STATE OF FLORIDA to: Is 4121Ureen .Nil F-I. >IIIUiv cutv-. Witness I In next my four hand sal ,.ffli. .1st the Jungle Cock was presented\ and Mrs. E. A. Griff Is of Ralford; and L. F. Dlnklns, treasurer '
Janle ffearot whose adilrens fElt' I'. Htnrke, Florida this 6th day J. Hammond Brown t
cal at Wilkinsonof
1.1 Court Apartment 1421 Cle.veland r.lwsrult.: nrunette. Plaintiff' vs Doyle by by three sons, Kllsha Elected<; as new directors were O.J. .
A. j. Thomas.urt Ohio. Durham. A Ilrunolte Defendant nf Mine, under of the organization, In Oadaon. Wilkinson "
e'J leI'' > online 8RM! ) A. J. Thomas Hawthorne, I. McGrlff and Harry Houston.

, ''"' .>r. D. C' You it are. 1947 required, In the to above appear named Case No. KA2AOltHFR OF PPmJfATlOVAM : ,\is r'lerk Lucille of C.sail Conner fourtrtv D. C. remonles held In Myakka State I of Lawtey, and Mule Wilkinson The directors are to serve one

ffr'; larksonvllle Fla anilnu..e, wherein plaintiff NOTIPI3 TO APPEARI1TATR irk, near Sarasota Sunday aft- brothers Ed. .
Court five administration officers
a-ta t 0-It and cudt'xlv of OP FI. RID.% to: olin J Hijiderson" :;ilt.tI: JutttiiHtlne of Ralford, by year' terms as
nC S.. ror'wr. Jt5lfl5Oflfl minor seeks children divorce Prod{or,1 <',.tmtyTolxicraph Barbara Iriinette, whose residence Fla, Atty <> 4t 6-27 noon at 2 o'clock. I Raymondn'and Nathan Grlffls. allot for the 37 member Starke

FI.Ollltlt I'll ('II '.v-' shall pnhllnh this OrderIn and address !I., 71 HlwonoyStreet This creed. which Is, In brief' Ralford Wlllla\ Orlffls of Glen Lions Club. I
weekly IOMUWHMtness Hartford. Connecticut, ; '
flattt5 *xt four ,
*terry Plaintiff vs. n official on conservation as aliglon and Brooksle Grlffls cut I of the Lions Club
u. Murn \ my blind and You an required to appear practice St. Mary, The members
Defendant. Case peal at Starko. Florida thin May June te. ins?, In the above named and teach It as gospel Jacksonville; and by three sisters Httnnded a fish fry at OcaU National .
wherein plaintiff
. m >* :PBKOlftJfnnTJ 14.(OFFICIAL 1941. STAL) A. J. Thomas, Court seeks and divorce cause Bradford County practiced by the National Assoitlon Mrs. Georgia Griff and Mrs ; Forest June B. 1C M.

' ? PPRAH .V* I'twr't of said Court Teleirraph shall publish this order of Outdoor Writers The Florida Wilkinson both of Campbell, secretary of the organization .
lLjLOR'DA KRhenl
: C. weekly Issues
C. Conner, n. In next four
J TH, il'lence IK, % Kach Hv Lucille ir. nnuglan, Gainesville. Fla Witness my hand and official lection of Doyle as outstanding tey, and Mrs. Francis LaW-I reported that 29 members 1

hi':alf" "I.1"< ; Melrose Arty for Plf 5-U 4t -6iv .seat at Starke, Florida, this May orlda boy was made as a foa- Mucclenny. participated, in the very successful -
111""'llIlro'l 1 to appear on imtoponmCOI 13.OFFICIAL 1941. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, re of the organization's national Pall bearers were Johnnie: stag party. It was held at

,''leamme. .ln '".. above! plaintiff named' cinctir VTY. FLOIIint.('OIIiT. IV CHtV. As Lucille Clerk of C.said Conner Court.r*. P nventlon held last weekend In Shadd. Mallls Grlffls Henry 1 1Mundll. the lodge of Dr J. W. Brownie

'" ,-"fo-rd County :-r r5Iloin; Plaintiff .... Fy f.. John Nelsnn 204. Lynch Bids', Petersburg. As a part of the Ivory Luke Edwin Smith, and T. Frank Landrum! i
:: M ITodnett. .
. Order Facksonvllle. Fla. with
. tfeW'r.'iu'.v. I earl T..e Hod net t. Defendant. Caa.No. e for Plf. e-I' 4t 6-6 remony h. was presented and. Edwin Bhadd I
and official 5634. Atty. oks on outdoor subjects by DeWItt C. Jones was in charge PATltlCIANN' SULLIVAN L i

_dlng" writers, and complete'Ishlng of arrangement. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sullivan, ofiartow ,

''of' Garland Godwin ned Sox ace equipment announce the birth of a ,

firmer IIttenaea tn' .meeiing at section r eIght-warehouse, and Hampton Boy Scout Troop 240 catcher who has been out for Doyle Is state president of the Recent Birth ,daughter named Patricia Ann. on

Market, where a It employed approximately 15: peo received Its charter Wednesday the past month with a dislocated Future Farmers of America and Miy 24 In Bartow City Hospital.Mrs. I

JP'lau' supper waa enjoyed pIe. all of whom were from tins night with the following boys enrolled shoulder received In a collision at vlll represent the organization at'the Mr. and Mrs Karl. Thomas. Lake Sullivan Is the former Miss

"cciane au members and friends. area. as charter member: Bert nome plate In Jasper. national convention to.be h..J,1'In l Butler girl, June 5. lena Lee George of Starke. ..j

I It Jr., county agent Lewis, who has been the officer Hlnson, George Matchett Carl Dewey William. Starke home I Kansas City this fall. After Dr and Mrs. H. H. Adams, t t

rt a 'great ucce s." charge of the entire operation Norman. Frank Brown, Adelard game umpire. has been highly hat he will enter the University Staike, girl (Jan&.J. June 6. Mr and Mrs. W. II. Nollman t' I
by discussed the bills Blandlng. said that the Charron Eugene Mead. Mart complimented by all players and of r Florida. He holds the Slate Mr. and Mr..I. B Right spent from Saturday through l I 0

I the Farm Bureau spon-I at Camp had handled surplus Rhoden, Milton EUand and Ken fans on his fine calling of balls tanker's Scholarship. rtarka, girl (Rosle Estelle, June Mondity In Tallahassee where they J I ,
I sub-depot
Itate t legislature. In ad0eCane valued at approximately neth Hess. The charter was pre- and strikes. Dewey seems to be r. attended commencement activities .f ,

Pctul'eR! Showed< two mo-' .U property million dollars.)\ LewLt "Is be- sented by T. H. Osborne district right at home behind home plate. fKTIIKhNDKICK: GiBSoN! Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Brennen at the State University TheIr '

entitled' "PoultryJIJon transferred to Tallahassee as commissioner. Mr and Mrs. W. S. Gibson of Lake Butler, Girl June 7 daughter, Catharine received herB .

8 to Dollar Industry" and lag officer for a'sub-regional Robert B. Jennings Is Scoutmaster Office Reopened Joldsboro, N. C., announce the Mr. and Mrs. Luther Harper, I. A. degree cum laud at exrrclsns .

J ats '"''and." Mrs. J. R. supply of the Veterans Adm Wtra- of the Hampton Trop and arrival of a daughter, named Sreen Cove Springs, girt. June 8. held Monday. Miss NoU-

hH of the committee office AU the employes at flhn members of the TroopCommittee Rep. K. D Walnwrlght. Jr.. reopened Martha Kendrlck, on June 6 I In, Mr. and Mrs. William Echols marl 1 Is spending this wee* In St.'etershurg %
2e tion.
of refresh menta. offered positions at are: H. B. Wiggins, chairman, T his Insurance! and real Joldsboro. Mrs. Gibson Is fax Btarke boy. June 9. with her brotherinlaw -

L.Uoll Farm Bureau U an or-I(dinz were VA stations In Florida.During C. Chastaln. Sr., T. C. Chastaln. estate office here Monday after c-rmer Mists Elizabeth Kendrick ant! sister, Mr. and ')(.... W. j ,

; compomed of farmer 'other 18 > the Jr.. E. H. Shafer. and Fred Dodd.It spending the past sixty days at laughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. ANE ADAMSDr. B I. Boyd. She will join her parent I

L"tI for the benefit of the the Administration put "onthi-h as wast announced tbat the the legislative session In Tallahassee Kendrick of Starke. and Mrs. Herlong Ad....,. I In Stark. for a visit and they' f

iIt i it ha.. over 300 mem- Veterans which were will Join with the He announce. that his announce the arrival of a daughter will later spend a few' weeks at 1I 1\\\\
supplle. Troop :
2radtOrd handled war Hampton Ben Holtzendorf la visiting June 6 at their summer home In AshrUU
County f the Army, overnight office hours are from 9 to 9dally. Mn. Jane on Friday ,
IIJIoetlng. are held the first surplus to the needs Adminis Starke Troop In an reJaU.... In Jasper. Shadycrest Hospital. I N. C.
J Assets
tvery month usually In Navy and War camping; trip next Thursday. ,

trtlou56.% tration. for the entlM nation.

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} times do Haven (Crosby) Vining who's departed -
,It peeked In at the from the Clerk's office to t

Wednesday i devote her full time to housewlf- Official
;, workshop County Publication Established In 1S77lOLCMN
see a group of Ing .
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norms "final examlnaon In the Mall Hag: Lena Belle t31\T: ]'-NI\Iq Wl'AltKE. .XOKII>A. MUD.\V. JUNK! 13, ll>47 N1'31HER: TIIIKTl-tOl.lt

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,,*.vou had By think also acting they been out were teacher a playa do- so that 7,the Ala.ex-Callstreetera Telegraph) writes print suggestingthat now a map liv- Tobacco Growers I Will\ Employ 1 Wet Dry Election Blocked I

directed, thus graph- ing in other'parts can keep It on

drmonetrattng and what they'd file the better to follow street \Will Discuss I Several Hundred .

'Tis a far cry from references In the news, my dear As Board Checks Petition

,',l exams I used to sweat "I never did know any by

. d 1 muss say "a distinct name but Call Madison, Walnut. Price SupportTobacco Camp \Workers !

menf to my way of and Cherry," Lena Bell says Commissioners Find Qualified tr"

Among the "actors" Not a bad suggestion I'll pass Offices of the Army Camp : Six FFA MembersOff Names Not Sufficient
g .sos" demonstrating it on to the editor Mary Lee growers were urged I
of America,,
ctr Wrecking Corporation
abilities I gllmpslth Hancock postcards to change her this week by T. K. McClane, Jr, To ConventionSix For RequirementsThe I
I trlonlc and Mohawk Co., with
Ina county agent to attend !
Frazier as Miss paper address from Delray Beach meetings 1
'I Middleton as Miss to Box SO1', Deerfleld Beach, where for a full discussion of the government Wrecking Corp., whose Job it will members of the Bradford Hoard of County Commissioners! after checking

Madge Ada Lawson as she's spending the summer price support plan. "The I be to dismantle and move around County chapter of the Future for two days and far into the night. voided because of lack
!leddlesome. Farmers of America win attend of qualified signers the petition which called for an election"to
and Blanche I "Surely enjoy reading about all prospective price of tobacco Is a I 3,000 buildings from the Blanding
v Lowance Mrs. Bee Havlour you nice people she says big question mark" said McClane, I I the state convention of that organization determine whether or not the sale of intoxicating liquors, '' I
reservation the first of the
i!, a? of those "because of the uncertainty otl by In Daytona next week, wines or beers shall be prohibited"! in Bradford County. I

ad some scouts weren't HOlly-I foreign buyers being represented I year, are now being extabllshed, I Thrt convention is being held to The petition was presented to the Hoard June 2, and
alent Heard much about the delicious !
They might have I HO on United( State's markets another on the post. elect new state officers and to simultaneously 72 requests for the withdrawal of names b
fish chowder i
served at the
(f discovery I I1t..1 factors." Wm. J. Sundermann assistant ;hold, contests. Doyle E. Conner, were placed with the Doard.
new stag Junius Smith for
a L i supper gave J
He continued "Since tobacco I la and Basil 11. 'of Starke Is president of the
Ward project manager, These requests were from

a moment with Mrs. I Roy Santa Fe, that last Thursday I felt I would night be at one' of the basic commodities as Smith, engineer, are supervising; ,will Florida Association of FFA and, Corn Grosses previous signers of the pet! I I

avis just back from Wash- defined by Congress, the govern preside over the convention tion. They were not examined .
performing a worthy public service the local set-up for the new firm, Doyle Crews
a member of the
D. C, where she was if I'd contact Larkin Weeks, ment must provide a support priceat created by a merger of two well- Bradford chapter and sixth vice- until the original petition

I IDC loaders attending Jefferson the who was responsible for Its prep- have 90 been per cent of parity.to Plans known wrecking companies: president of the state organization $14,634 In Week had been checked ',' t
:,on of the new aration, and get her recipe provide with headquarters in Cincinnati will also attend., The signature of 25 percent .
and she a support price for tobacco on all I
Highway She graciously compiled and here headquarters in Detroit,
Interest to tell-chief markets this year. Since tobacco Two delegates have been chili,i n Golden Bantam corn was "1\Ir., or a total of 1230, of theCounty's
of 'tis ((In proportions for 25 )
people Officials of the state
. being details of the must be further processed before company from the Bradford chapter, Big" on the market platform this registered voters were
/ course Use 5 Ibs. Irish potatoes! 5 that they will have jobs for between needed' to The L
given for the visit- storage. It la necessary to handleIt Maurice Edwards Jr., and Buck week with around, 1000 bags loaded carry an election
pul! tea by Mrs. Tru- Ibs. onions, 3 green peppers, 8 through a growers cooperative. 300 and 700 employes when Norman N. Q. Hayes and Cecil out diillv at nn average price original petition, presented to the

)C members blue room of the "Rood sized cloves of garlic, 10 Ibs. This cooperative has been Incorporated the job gets In full swing abouta Davis will bo present to enter the of ll.no. Farmers have realized Board! by the attorney of W. M.Kdwurd.t .

.n the The First Lady fish (salt water ones gi"e the best under the name of The month from now. Local labor horseshoe pitching contest.The $$14,634 from the 0,73ll bag Jr., contained 1,400
House flavor), 2 Iba. white bacon 1-2 and clerical help will be used, name. .
sold here of last
hostess Mrs. Flue-Cured Tobacco Cooperative FFA meets bi-monthly and' Rln'eVednpsI'IY'
try gracious doz. lemons, 8 cans tomatoes, 4 with the of 'few key
entirely unaffected Stabilization Corporation." exception a : Is on organization for preparing e a week. Although OoKl jays, cans tomato 3 bottles catsup workers who will be In, ,
paste brought
Is still the offered unqualified or "Illegal" signatures
"Just folks" McClane explained that better farming career for school leading variety
parently growers
; 2 pkga pickling apices, 1 It was stated. White which were struck from
now, Norfolk Is to
rly thing different from any must be members of this Corporation age boys V. R Ferguson, advisor
bottle Lea & Perrin Worcestershire After the buildings have been take the lend early next week.A the petition Of the 72 withdrawals -
of the
attend was Bradford
might and also be within their acre chaptl'r.will ,
:ca you black salt with the .
sauce pepper disposed of, around the first of presented petition
idygnard" that hovered In ageallotment to participate fully; aim: be present at tho con total of 12,630 bats of ('ot'nhlve
Boll fish using stock only to mix the year work will begin on sal CO were found! eligible to betoken
and the "signing in"ras In the price support plan. vention, been sold at the" market here
om with chowder Ingredients from the list Some ofthose
vaging the Camp Blanding railroad ,
before enterWhite since tho crop hit its strlilo nrnund
necessary Fry bacon''real crisp and set aside Meetings have been called tc Mr. Sundermann stated. This hud been previously remov-
June 1. Total to data
+. House with fish to be added later explain In detail the operation ol : will also take several months, ant, First WorkshopHeld are estimated, at J18.98100./ i d. Thin reduced the number of

Fry potatoes (quartered If small) the plan as follows: 'It Is expected, that It will require For Teachers signature to 1205, or 23 short for
Street Scene Mayor Chas. Joe Parker of Klkton: Flit Is
Brooker Community .
to a light brown In bacon grease; the company almost a year to calling an flection.
boasting that he has gain-off cut onions and pepper into small 8 p. m. June IS; I complete its contracts at Ulan- Ends Term TodayThe top buyer handling the rush o If( While the checking of the petition
since swearing corn at the market here now. Ills
pounds pieces and fry lightly with garlic, Bradford County Courtroom ding. was in progress, Lucian Con-
several months ago (chopped fine) Mix all Ingredients 8 p. m. June 19. Bradford-Union Tcachet corn Is quickly packed In ice, lie', secretary of the llradfonl
well also among those re- Further information Is avail Workshop clones Its threnweekiterm loaded on trucks, and, Kent to
except fish and bacon, County Drys, estimated that 40O
foregoing the "filthyDot able at the office of the today. and the 60 teacher northern market. Ha follows the withdrawalshad
add lemon juice and cook slowly, county; Red Sox To PlaySt. more requests for
Gray still havingly for three or four hours Salt agent. who have attended feel that much season as It proceeds northward been received by the Board.
dozen (or Is It two doe- has been toward sid stated! that corn becomes) a '
accomplished Board chocked of
to taste Spices The enough
fees in spite of the soar- are placed pepper In cloth bag which can) Canning :Plant Aug. SundayA "understanding the child';, which local product by July 4, when the, these to definitely void the pet!

rcury Irreverent malesa be removed from mixture when was the central theme of'all ac buying season will be over in tion before adjourning at 11 o'- I'

big laugh when the F's flavored enough After thoroughly Open Three Days. I tivities. eastern United States' clock Wednesday. night.

three sides of Qall Street cooked add fish ((In good During Next Week : hard hitting smooth fielding Courses of study carried out R. B. Alvares, local market The Board ruled last Tuesday, p

marquee fell down, making sized pieces "large enough',to be Fairfield Independent baseball were grouped under three major manager states that the Bradford when it met to consider the petition 1

aligns read: RANK SIN- found") and bacon broken into I The Bradford County Canning team defeated Starke' Red Sox classifications: 1. Child Development corn season wUl last about ; that those signatures) which

In "It Happened In Brook- small pieces .' <. After that ne Plant will be open Tuesday,.Wed- Sunday afternoon 6 to 2 on- th dl.reckd by Mrs Grace two Weeks longer I wer.(( indicated ,iby an X because I I, j

Add look-alikes: Lex further, lnstn ctlotj "j needed : nesdayand Frld>,.- of next week local' diamond. Adams Stevens; 2. Reading, directed ,,- A soMkll vnlum .of other V KO- " and his jbro-fe-law,. Green Ubles Is being marketed, adding would bo removed from the petition .
Almmmm supervl.lJorV.. .# R. Ferguson announced Fairfield touched starting Sox; by Miss Mildred Swear-
!'( It: Lax ever needs :, ..J i t f2.07S.75 to the dollar volume None of the Xed
.yesterday. .He further pitcher Keene for 10 hits and ,6 Ingen and MISs Janet McCrarken; signatures r
tile so he sao be.,In twoat stated that no vegetables to becanned runs in tho 7 Innings he stayedon 3. Health under the supervision during the past week with sales wirer witnessed. Because of illiteracy

the same time in future So long See'you lit, the would be accepted after the mound. Jim Godwin finished of the workshop director. Miss reported as follows: 281 hampers unregistered names, and i

gas, he's got Itl! .*. .. Add next two In the afternoon. "We arc ( the gamo giving up only 1 Laura Lnenhouts. 'of peas tt $1.79: 170 hampers of more than one name In the ..amehandwriting' t
*. miss at courthouse: Carolyn. : Fordhooks 0> 13.23; DO hampers 1
the 144 names were
unable to complete the day's canning hit and no runs In the final 2 No effort was spared In making
unless the produce Is in before innings. Three untimely Sox er this workshop an outstanding of peppers it $5.00; 93 hampers stricken from the original petl..

two" he laid. rors allowed 3 of the Fairfield success Specialists were calledIn l !of butlerbeans $250; D4 cratesof tion. .
Get berries at $5.00; 8 hampers (of received the
bration Starke To The Hoard petitionfor
Ferguson reported that the runs to cross the plate. for discussion of problems with
beans cannery: handled 742 cans last Fairfield pitcher Brazell kept teachers and to assist 'In formulating
squash & $200; 6 hampers of June 2, It ;
wlwn it was presented
week. Last Wednesday was the the Sox hitters well in check future program of ins truc'
4th of July 'Jitney Jungle'W. largest day this season with approximately throughout the game, giving up tion. It was the first undertaking okra HP $4.50. met Tuesday June '10, for chockIng andWednesday. i
which consumed Tuunday
,1.155 cans of peas, only six hits. Good fielding support of this kind in Bradford or Union
E. A, Clayton,
coin; beans and tomatoes. by his teammates cut down counties and the cooperating Rites ThursdayFor
J, Dodd Jr.J field representative Gainesville attorney representingthe
current drive of the local the teachers are enthusiastic over
several well-hit balls during
All canning Is by appointment i Mrs. Wilkinson
post to of Jitney Jungle liradford! County Drys, wasunable
raise funds for the be made afternoon.On continuing work of this nature
Inc., with headquarters in Jackson and reservations can by) to be present Thursday, so .
action of a headquarters I Miss Leenhouts stated In closing Lulu C. Wilkinson 70 wife
Miss., was In Starke Wednesday phoning Ferguson's office In the Thursday the Sox and Jasper Mrs. the Board( continued Its examination
'g be climaxed in a completing final arrange Vocational Agriculture building. I played to an elevenInningdeadlock that the real value of the accomplishments of John Wilkinson, retired farmer Wednesday night. .

Jf July program that ments for the opening of a supermarket ,, 5 to 5. The game was will be measured. of Starke died Wednesday In the Friday afternoon at 1:30: p. m.,

'I plenty of excitement fortes here in a building to be Maj. Garland Powell called because of darkness. I by the Success of the 1047-48 Shudycrest Hospital following a the Hoard will meet In the Bradford -

\' on the approaching erected on West Call Street, between Starke was leading 5 to 4, after school program. lengthy Ulnea, County Courtroom to da- 1

" the Denmark Furniture Co.. Explains Foundation I staging a 4 run rally in the thInning Funeral services were held ermine: the remaining withdraw :
H Drake, chairman of the 'Thursday afternoon at three o' ,
solid going
0 blngles I
and the office of Dr. H. H.. ClubMaj. on Conner Given Creed ale
fee on arrangements for I Into the eighth inning. Starting clock In the Long\ Branch Baptist
"it, states Adams. Of "Jungle Cock" Church with the Rev. J. D. Wll-
that a parade I pitcher Jim Godwin had pitcheda !
Powell director
' The store will be home-owned Garland Burial was In Baker Elected
In llama officiating.
the early after- until be pulled a I II'
a' good game
and operated, Mr. Dodd stated, of radio station WRUF Adding membership In the Mrs.. Wilkinson
'ollowed by a baseball game muscle in his shoulder In the 7th the Church cemetery President of Lions
n the Starke Red Sox, and and will contain 4,360 square feet past district governor of Rotary, inning. Keene relieved him in the I,, Brotherhood of the Jungle Cock was a native of Bradford

>fk team: from the Green of floor space. All fixtures will was guest speaker at the StarkeClub the I' 8th and Jasper on a walk, a t to a lengthening list of honors, County and a member of the Baptist I At Its meeting last Monday

Brings Navy Base Events be of the most modern obtainable, Wednesday explaining the I stolen base. and a single scored Doyle E. Conner, Bradford County Church. night, the Lions Club of Starke
at fruit and vegetable display, purpose of advancing the I here Monday after receiving survived by three daughters., for the following
a dance In the American I type International teams tried desperately to tally a Is as) president I
home.ke the field representative said. object of Rotary: I I winning marker In the 10th and awards Sunday as the outstanding Mrs. Carlton Griffin of Lawtey year Other officer. elected .

stated that Other feature will be fluorescent Service. llth, but could net muster the Florida boy of 1947. The Creed Mrs. W .Nasworth, of Starkt were R. E. Mundorff, secretary

1 and local business civic organ- lighting throughout a 20footmeat Rotary Clubs through their delegates punch. of the Jungle Cock was presented and Mrs. E. A. Griff of Raiford; and L. F. Dlnklns. treasurer

to housesCaked display, a poultry and fish to the last International necessary combed Jasper to Doyle by J. Hammond Brown by three sons Kllnha Wilkinson Klectnd as new directors were O. t.

,rade. enter floats In case, and a frozen foods and dairy Convention; committed themselvesto The Red Marable Sox and Shepherdfor founder cf the organization In of Hawthorne Gadiion Wilkinsonof J. McOrlff and Harry Houston.

case. It will be'an exclusively: raising $2,000,000 for the pitchers Godwin and ceremonies held! In Myakka State Lawtey and Maxie Wilkinson The directors are to serve one

hllght of the day will be. the self-service type of store, the field Foundation to be used for the 11 hits while 12 to Jasper Park near Sara Dts. Sunday aft of Ralford; by five brothers, Ed year terms as administration officers -

away of a 1947 Crosley representative said. advancement of International un- Keene were giving up ernoon at 2 o'clock. I' naymond./and N-Uhan Grlffls, all for the 37 member Starks

e hoe ball event will take place It Is not expected that the store derntanding, goodwill, and peace. hitters. This creed. which In, In brief of Ralford, WIUI Grlffls. of Glen I Lions Club.

game will be completed and ready for The Starke Club, through Its I Starke will meet the St.Bradford Augustine to practice conservation/ as a St. Mary, and Drooksle Grlffls of The member of the Lions Club

business before late fall. Board of Directors recently authorized -. Takers Sunday on religion and teach It as gospel Jacksonville; and by three sisters, attended a fish fry at Ocala National -

ill Bureau Supper a contribution of $150 to Field In a return game. The Sox I.l practiced by the National Association Mrs Georgte( Grlffls and Mrs\ Forest June 5. E. M.

the Foundation. : defeated the Takers 11 to 8 In a of Outdoor Writers. The Florida Wilkinson, both of Law-'I' Campbell, secretary of the organization e
rated V. A. Sub Depot I in St. Augustine.
Big Success One of the main objectives of I previous game played have a selection of Doyle as outstanding tey, and Mrs. Francis reported. that 29 members ,

1 Ford Closes At BlandingOvid I the Foundation is the Interchange, ; The Takers be out to Florida boy was made as a feature Macclenny.Pall participated in the very successful ,
executive and will
secretary ,
of advanced students among na strong team of the organization's national" bearers) were Johnnie stag party. It wo held at
' Florida Farm Bureau Fed- Lewis, head of the Veterans tions. revenge the earlier defeat. Fanswill convention held last weekend in Shadd. Malll Grlffls, Henry: the lodge of Dr. J. W, Brownlee

i, was Administration sub-depot at be in for an afternoon of As a part of the Edwin Smith Land .
guest 'speaker last St. Petersburg. Munds. Ivory Luke and T. Frank rum.PATUICIX ;
this Sunday at 3 p. m.
niKt.t at the monthly Camp Blanding. Scouts good ceremony he was presented with and Edwin Shadd. I
'f of the I week that his office la completing Hampton Sunday's game with Fairfield books on outdoor subjects I by DeWitt C. Jones was In charge ANN SULLIVAN .
Bradford County June IS: 1947. THIS Charter the return to the lineupof and complete Sullivan of ,
Bureau Its activities Get Troop marked leading' writers nf arrangements. Mr. and Mrs. It. B. .
:a More than 300, unit has been operating a supply Garland Godwin, Red Sox ace Fishing equipment. flartow, announce the birth of a

rtimers attended the meeting at' section of eight warehouses, and Hampton Boy Scout Troop 240 catcher who has been out for Doyle Is state president of the Recent Birth daughter, named Patricia Ann on

'a Market, where a It employed approximately 15 people received Its charter Wednesday the past month with a dislocated Future Farmers of America and My 21 In Bartow City Hospital. I

""au I Pilau supper was enjoyed all of whom were from thIS night with the following boys enrolled boulder received In a collision at will represent the organization at Mr. and Mrs. Karl Thomas, Lake Mm. Sullivan Is the former Mlns

? members and friends. area. as charter members: Bert nome plate In Jasper. the national convention to.be( held Butler, girl, June 5. Iltirta. Lee George of Starke. I

lit ccian Jr., county agent Lewis, who has been the officerIn Htnson. George Matchett Earl Dewey Williams) Starke home In Kansas City this. fall. After I Dr. and Mrs H. H. Adams, ;

I a "great success." charge of the entire operation Worman Frank Brown, Adelard game umpire hs been highly that he will enter the UniversityI Starke, girt (JanaJ June 6. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman jl+ .

by dlcu..ed the the bills spon- at Camp Blanding, said that the: Charron, Eugene Mead. Mara complimented by all players and I Florida He holds the State Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Klght.Ftarke spent from Saturday through 1' '

: state Farm Bureau In the sub-depot had handled surplus Elhoden. Milton Eiland. and Kenneth fans on his fine calling of balls I Banker's Scholarship. girl (Rolls Estelle), Juno Monday In Tallahassee where they 1.w I

' '(Mature. In ad- valued at approximatelysix I Hen. *. The charter was presented and strikes. Dewey seems to be r. attended commencement activities '..
.tcClane property
lctul'@s showed two mo- million dollars. Lewi is be- by T. H. Osborne, district,I right at home behind home plate. )KTIIKKNimiCK GIBSOVMr. !' Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Drennen, at the State University. Their t

'i1io '""tiedPoultry- : transferred to Tallahassee as: :ommlssk>ner. and Mrs. W. S. Gibson ofkldsboro. Lake Butler, Girl, June 7. daughter, Catharine received her .
s ing
" to Dollar .Industry" and supply officer for a' ub-regional Robert B. Jennings Is Scoutmaster Office Reopened N. C., announce the Mr. and Mrs. Luther Harper, B. A. degree cum laud at exercises
Ireland.' Mrs. J. 'R. AdmlnWtra- Trap and named, 8. held Monday. Miss Kollmittt -
office of the Veterans of the Hampton arrival of a daughter Qreen Cove Springs, girl, June
"*e* of heat of the committee tlon. All the employes at BlanIng members of the Troop-Committee Rep. N. D. Wainwright Jr., reopened Martha Kendrick on June 6--'ijDoldsboro. I Mr. and Mrs William Echols, U spending this week In St. i
refreshments. at chairman, T real Mrs. Gibson Is Farm were offered positions ire: H. B. Wiggins hU insurance and Btarke, boy, June 9.
uon Bureau S. an or-I other VA stations In Florida B. Chastain. Sr. T. C. ChasUIn estate office her Monday after former Mlsa Elizabeth Kendrick. arid sister, Mr. and "Mr*. W. i ,

a for composed of farmers the post 18 months the Jr., E. H. Shafer and Fred Dodd. pending the past sixty days at laughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. JANE ADAM B. Boyd. She will Join her parents .

the benefit of the During Administration has It was announced that the the legislative. session in Tallahassee. Ktndrlck' of Starke. Dr. and Mrs. Herlong Adamsnnounee :! In Starke for a visit and they twill

It ha over 300 memIII Veterans supplies,:which were will Join with the H* announces that his the arrival of a daughter later spend a few weeks at ''I .

, 1I1'Bradford County. handled war needs of the Army, Hampton Troop overnight I' office hours ara from 9 to 5 Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf Is visiting, Jane, on Friday, June 6, at their summer home In AshviUe, i
tuie, are held the first surplus to the Assets Administration take Troop in an I' laity. relatives) In Jasper. Miadyerest Hospital. N. C.tow .
wary month usually In Navy, and War camping trip next Thursday. f t
OIIrthouse, for the entire

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Stock Judging Team Wins Iowa Trip e

Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED 1 One Woman's Longer 'Wear .

1B77 E, L, MATTHEWS. OwNtn-EDITOR Through Expert Rtpai

'y Published Every Friday and Entered ait Second i Opinion NEW LIFE FOR OLD SHOES
'' Clan. Matter at the Pont, Office' at $Starke, Flu

MEMBERSubscription 1947 105 W. Call St.
f Irh ', Starke, FI a,
h} Three years ago I wan faced
; p $3\ Annually 91.10 For Six MunthH with the problem of deciding f 11 r .. 6

the man I loved would make a

1I io !,r CONGRESSIONAL FOLLY suitable children. stepfather In making for my my decision three I, 4 QUICKER DELIVERY THAN Y01

fry The spectacle of Congressional leaders stating; that I I remembered the first time he '4 C
there is no chance of petting a universal military training told me he loved me. I asked '

bill through this year because they are "too busy" and be- him how he could. I had been THINK !

sides Washington is hot In the summer time and they're due married and had three children.

t' a long'vacation, ranks with the blind stupidity that led this He said simply "They are yours
! aren't they?" It was on thin and
d nation to Pearl Harbor. What catasthrope the current v" ,
i the fact that he seemed to love
q might culminate in however dares to con- '
f stupidity no one all children that I made my decIs- /

template. ion and I have not been disap Vf
t-- For years, and especially since World War II, military pointed. He has proved to be ,

? men have sternly urged the nation to adopt a system of more than just the finest husbandIn ? '

peacetime military training. The Gallup polls, also] have in-I the world but la also the grandest
'; (H<" fed that pUblic' opinion in this country has been consist- father any child could want. The prize-winning stock,, Judging tram of the local FFA chapter r Ar. Js'p
Maurice Edwards, Jr., Eldridge HaycN and N. O. Hayes, and
ently In favor of universal military training, and is so even i I I love to see the companionship
Sur<'rvlMi>r V. R. Ferguson, have been awarded a trip to Waterloo,
has he and the children share both
p now-after much of the horror of the last war already A ,
been forgotten. I I,I In work and In play; the way he Iowa. The team will compete In the National FF.V. Dairy and Dairy F
!I helps me to make important to product. Judging contest, Ut Ix held there September SO to October 5.
The argument in favor of such a program was climaxed
Fp them all the work they do and The Bradford FFA boys will represent the State Association by 4aOLJHI
a u ;, last week when a presidential commission of nine civilians 1 I
I to their hours of He content at the State Fair In
enjoy play. virtue of placing second In the Judging
made public its conclusions, based on nine months of re-
"' helps to teach them so many Tampa, last February They keenly anticipate the trip to the fine
search. \ leaders the committee
: right
Military reported:
v 1' are things that I alone could not do. CLOTHES ARE
4 univrrsal military training is of "urgent military necessity" farming state of Iowa.Theressa BEINO DAMP DRIED.AND j
t They love him and admire him DID *o SfETHATtITCHANOIO (

"'., r9tY41'' for'the United States. AND mind him. When he choosesto . . . ITS WHV... NO THI ONI BENOIXI/TOUCHED!
Jt is well to note that the committee was not "stacked" correct them I do not Interfere Betty Grable Stars OWN WATIR.|_._' IT RINSED I TIMES MS. AND BINDS IMM

with military men but included] at least one representative If I think he to In the wrong, I In Film At FloridaBetty ,.. / TURNS ItSll/l/
,1y cf two professions that are generally considered opposed to tell him so later. It works won- OEe..wlrs No oN!

peacetime military training: the educators and the ministry. derfully. Some people have seem By Eva Mae Tries Grable becomes involvedIn 1 AROUND!

Karl Compton, president of the Massachusetts Institute of ed shocked that he reprimandsthem .
5 S woman sufferage, typewriters!
Technology] was a member of the commission the but then he has taken afather's
as was
r .? Rev. Daniel] noted place and so must do Mr. and Mrs Morgan Lee of and rooming houses in her latest
Poling, Baptist minister and editor of the
; l that, too.Some Miami spent the weekend with picture, "The Shocking Miss Pilgrim !
Christian Herald"]
I Mr. Lee's aunt Jones,
Mrs. Alice
people It is Impossible ," showing this Sunday and
But Congressmen turned a deaf ear, obviously influenced lay .,and uncle, D. J. Phillips.
fi1 by loudly] vocal minority that have been to love another's children as Monday at the Florida. Theatre. !
$ groups successful Mr. and Mrs. Harrell of Jack-
their but I differ
? they do own,
in fighting off any consideration of an intelJigentprogram with them because I have wIt-I.I sonville spent the weekend with I'Betty and Dick Haymes share

? + of training. Members of the commission reminded nessed It before my very eyes Mr. and Mrs W. W Packham. singing honors In this film, set In ;

the lawmakers that even if the program were started this and Fred will tell anyone BO. The 1 I Muriel and Douglas Raley left Boston in the latter half of the

.i year, it would be six to seven years before it way functioning children were all gone last week Monday for a visit with relativesIn nineteenth century.
I Andalusia, Ala. "The Miss Pilgrim"
h properly. Significantly, the period during which the and when he said he would be Shocking
Mr. and Mrs. .W. W. Packhamand features eleven unpub-
commission believes the United States might stilt hope for glad for them to come home, I
Jackie and Beverly Jarrell lished of the late George
exclusive possession of the atomic bomb was estimated at saId "You kind of miss your stepchildren songs 't1BENDIX
In Gainesville
were visiting relatives Gershwin. It is an amusing story
h i four years. I don't you? He lookedat Sunday. of the trials and tribulations of
But Congress couldn't be bothered with such me sternly and replied, "I miss
trifling Mr. and Mrs Burkhart, Kenny the first female typist, or as they
matters. Washington was getting warm and there were our babies. So there you are. Thomas, and Mrs. Deck were shop- were called in those days, the first

i, more serious matters to consider: summer vacations He Is a wonderful husband in ping In Strike Saturday female typewriter.
He Is good, he Is kind
fishing. golf] every way. "Dead Reckoning" with Humphrey -
e and considerate. If I get sick he automatic
can cook and, care for the house More Scholarships Bogart and Llzabeth Scott Is a
Watson Announces nouncement "to allay uncertainties I running at the Florida on Tues- .
q as I do. He can wash and iron
1 Now Available Home
and gIve' certainty to day, Wednesday, and Thursday. Laundry
for GovernorshipJ. It he has to. He has done this I
Friday and Saturday will feature
political Intentions In order
many times when he wasn't workIng The 1947 Legislature has doubled "Blondle's Holiday."
Torn Watson, attorney general the people of our state may know because he said he was more the number of House and Senatorial \
6 t, ta of the state, and long a colorful what to expect from me." able than I. He Is agreeable anda Scholarships available for )

4 figure In Florida's legal Watson said that the three major wonderful companion. He is the each county. Since such a large
;, strife announced early this week political Issue In Florida today kind of husband Dorothy Dlx says number of vacancies will become CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION <

S M that ha will be a candidate In the are: ((1) Labor relations; (2)) a woman should put In a museurn available July 1, 1947, it has been j
1 i Governor's race In 1948. Excessive coat of government, so all women could see him. decided to hold a special examInation -
t k" Declaring that he was not yet and ((3)) Excessive taxation. He With him I have found what all on July 11 to fill these va- !

i ready to announce hla I platform or a to begin hlfcajupaigainx, W i oa to say about these issues--when than Is supreme happiness and Since a number of applicants
!, kl saId he WRit making this early'an- he begins campaigning contentment. That Is the extentof took the April tests who did not

our worldly goods, but we receive an award due to severe

don't complain.That competition, their names and tL
l la why Sunday will be aspecial scores will automatically be held -'
1 I day for us. That Is the over and considered In competition AND SAVES WAJU..SAVIS SOAP
t ,lay the children and I will give I along with the new applicants ..SAVES aoTHW..Mro row

him his breakfast. In bed and lay taking the July test. See it yourself-the wonderful, work-free Bendix: washing that J
his clothes out for hIm. We'll I While it is permissible for wath'
any made hundreds of thousands of women ladies of leisure on
51>1(1"[ take him his presents one by one of the ones who took the April -for nine years! There's no question about the Bendix. It's been pin
and then sit there to see the this
appreciation -) tests to take again in July, use. See our demonstration--you'll _'Bendix washday i mll3
in his eyes and hear Iis not necessary. Their names
Come in nowlWINKLER!
FRIDAY &SATURDAY JUNE 13 14SAPP'S what he says. We'll treat him II I I will as stated above, be entered galore
like a king on that day, Hla Day,automatically I Into every grouping PHARMACISTPhone
because that Is what he is for to which they are eligible ELECTRIC SERVICE
STARLINGS' us. The grandest guy In all the Anyone Interested lr taking this
world. examination on July 11 should 'no- 222-224 Temple Ave. Phone 166 Starke \FIlonUD
I want to dedicate, this to him, tify County Superintendent Arthur On-the-Minit Service
to my Fred, as a way of thankIng R. McRae by June 19.
him for all his love and gOOd-I
,. ness and to show him we

I'I 600 E. 10th St. Last Store E. Call St. dearly I want to ,
.. .. .. too, to all the stepfathers in our
town for the love that they give
k No. 2 Tomato From their hearts because thelr's

Is not a love of obligation, but a
pure love, undeflnable.
a ? RolettTJICE r a

? LARGE E. S. LaboratoryNow

3 Cans .25 30c In Production

E. H. Shafer, owner of the E. S.
.. U Laboratory In Hampton, has Installed d L 1
'' LouzianneCOFFEE i Sunday Is Father's a Hobart mixer and ex-

II 1 pects to have In service soon a
: Day Give Him a
f tubing machine and a labeling

machine The E. 8. LaboratoryIs -JIb--
Pound Can
engaged in the production of a
medicated skin cream.
; R-d Label .41c lb. Prince Albert Sharer said that he now employee -

White Label 47c lb. four people and I la selling
I known
.. hIs product to nationally
r. drug companies. The Laboratory _
I Any RegularBREAD 79c ea. waa established last September in __ -
Hampton when Shafer moved
from his home In Sl&tedale Penn.

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Held Monday, Forum On Health Problems Held At Teachers Workshop ''erlllnct, Lake Butler; three ( R.-I;. Hodge: lirooker; and Otis' I
E. Wilson Q. W.. Hodge and SIOII'I'| Hodge, Starke.
r Willie Smoker one Rioter Mrs. Lena'' Wilson Funeral Home, Lake P I

Urn] Edward WINon. 65. died Griffin! Starke; and two brothersf j City, was In charge I I

June 8. at his home near _
:e'following a brief illness A I,
he moved here :
\8 lart of ago Georgia from Jacksonville. I tr k.., -I I -to/ t

include his t widow tSkwY'i' t
Wilson, three daugh- I
I sarah *
I Grace Thornton and
Marrfe Mrs. Hars, Starke, and aflfl It
1 Kersoy" Perry: and a
Shadrick, Jack- t
llle." jr[ ,. Jennie 1 '

I.ml services"' were held
I e r ?tarw
day afternoon at 2 o'clock In .
[Evergreen Cemetery neared i .s r
| with the Rev. Ernest I

d officiating: \ No.V 2
Meth- r'
Las\ a member of the

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dford County I II

-.,tw ap- ,, -g, -,. { ---,-
101 Jobless
,' Significant of the increasing emphasis lems", the discussion brought significant -,,I County farm agent Miss Joyce tary State Tuberculosis and I II
Ilf B of the 101 applicants In now being placed on Improving remarks from school and Riherd, Union County health I Health Asan. T 1<. McClane Jr.
,lord( County seeking office of jobs the the health of school age public health leaders In Bradfordand nurse; C. K. Shepherd, Union I II Bradford County farm agent: T. I
grk the Starke Employment Ser- children was the panel discussion Union \bounties::: I County sanitarian, W. W Thur-, S. Thomas, superintendent public I
,da State that took i man, Bradford County sanitarian; I Instruction, Union County; A. R.
place Wednesday afternoon
m l'ecE'lvlng employment Pictured above, from left to Dr. A. Y. Covington health director McRae, superintendent, public instruction. ,
.mutton. benefits Mrs. Helen of last week"at the Teachers' right, are: Mis. Winnifred Geiger I Bradford and Union Counties -' Bradford County. v--
nan, manager of the office Worahop now in Its final week at supervisor of Union County ; Norman Johns, principal Significant fact brought out In I
today In disCussing the em- the USO building In Starke. schools; Mrs Grace W. Osborne, Lake Butler School, Mrs. Vera discussion: Anemia is a prime LINOLEUM FLOORS WALLS ,
mont situation in this area.In Centered around the theme, supervisor Bradford County Walker, State Board of Health malady among school children In WOODWORK AUTOS FURNITUREin I
mipensatlon unemployment Schools; Mrs. J. R. Wainwright, nutritionist; MNa Anne Arnold, both counties, but from different
county during the week end- "How community'agencies and executive seer eta r y Bradford assistant lunchroom director, causes. In Union County its Transparent & 36 Jewel-Tone Colors
lIaV 31, registered as out of leaders can cooperate with the County Tuberculosis and Health State Department' of Education; hookworm In Bradford malnu- .
i through no fault of their school In solving health prob-i( Assn.; John T. Holloway Union Mrs. RamOna Masure, field secre- trition. H.r.'. Ih. .nd to itrcnuoui' waxing and tcnibbtng of kllchan ,
ftoortl Jwtt brush aiy.flowlng Nme Kol. Trantparvnt for
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Local Lady Spit glvamlng. .oty to clvon lurfac, **. Nan Laid. alcohol r."..Ionlwill -
own and available for suitable employment can be obtained in Mrs. Pearl Bryant Elzey Chapel Tuesday afternoonat not chip or crack. There aro 36 Itmn' -Kol.
p Acid Liquids For employment, were classified as: I the community Job orders and I 2 o'clock, with Interment In colon for ..fy, Sale fladl' -Kor. ,economical too, $2 95 'I
service 1, skilled 3 and non-skilled applications for jobs should be Buried At Elzey becauto, on. coat doss tho |lob Quart
After Eatingr the cemetery there. Mrs. Bryant
Hours 1. made at the FSES office locatedat I
, meal, I the i Mrs. Pearl Hodge Bryant, 53, was a member of the Baptist
- hours after every a According to the most recent Armory Thursday mornings Farm Home & Auto Supply
lady used to spit up a strong:, count there were 19 job openings Job orders will be taken a lifelong resident of the Smoker Chinch. ,
ions liquid mixed: with pieces In Bradford County listed at the over telephone Gainesville 1278, community, died Monday, June 2, Survivors are her mother Mrs. (GUY ANDRKWH)
ill digested food. She says It local office. The greatest demand or by mall to P. O. Box 172, at her home there. James' Hodge, Ilronker.: one I IP.
mful At times she would Is for unskilled workers. Gainesville. Funeral services wore held In daughter Mrs. Willie Mae South-
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!)'strangle She had stomach
Eighty-three veterans and 18
t, dally headaches and con- non-veterans Including 12 women ,
bowel action. To- P.P.'f t
: Irregular
were still seeking employment at
this lady eats her meals ands the beginning of June. This labor ,it, I
them And she says the of !1 :
supply Is comprised chiefly I tttt
,i p is due to taking INNER- service, skilled and semi-skilled. r
Her food agrees with her. t n1I
Statewide unemployment compensation -
;u, bloat or spitting up after
5 She is also free of head- payments amounted to ( t. t
I $131,165 and were made to 0,415 11:' ", tH'
and bowels
now are rg-i f t ra
week ending f '
thanks to this Remarkable persons :
May 31. These figures do not Include -
Compound. '
I tot 15,46' t.
allowances paid 66
N'tR-AID contain 12 Great s
unemployed veterans from Federal t te
1; they dense bowels, clear
from stomach, act on sluggish funds which were.$326,041 during .
and kidneys Miserable peon -I the same period. : I
feel different all over. Sop Mrs. Rodman is encouraging
t on suffering! Get employers to list all job openingswith .. J JI
-AID. Sold by all drug I(I the Florida State Employ r : I
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Dr. and Mrs. Herlong Adams.

iihi Mrs. Vining Hostess Mrs. W. L. Andrews I Thursday Mr. and Mrs. MOSeley!July Court 14 and, 1947<'a,Uhe'n!, when h,, :, r
SOCIETY and CLUBS their Necks ; "
Honoring Miss Peek Entertains Class Local News accompanied by grandson, Telegraph annulI..nt shall Dr.dipi"''
John spent the day at Jacksonville In neat four weekly lsiulil' '
Beach. Wltn"M" my hUM
Mrs. L. D. Vining entertained Mr. W. L. Andrews entertained Meal at tllark k'I l, ,,.',' e
Fernandez Miss Wainwright Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump left Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs.J. 11, 11141. 'd' 'sAs
Miss Tuesday morning at a delightful her class 0: Intermediate boys of:
Dr. KaufmanMarked Miss Jones Honored bridge luncheon honoring Miss the Baptist Sunday School at be Monday for a two weeks' vacation W. Kincaid returned to their : lerkAof:laid: )Court* : rhRy ,

Weds Frances Peek popular bride-elect Bolt Lake home last Monday afternoon with relatives in points in Virginia home here Wednesday after en- T. Frank Lucille' C. ,- !,D .
J.ltndrnn Y
to Cuba.
by simplicity and dignity Mrs. George C. White was of July The boys enjoyed boat Maryland, and New York joying Mrs. a K.ten Q.day Duncan trip and daughter Atty, for I'lf p,

hostess Thursday of last week at The Vining home was beautifully rides games, and contests, after City.
was the wedding ceremonyof Margaret Rose, spent several
her home in Tallahassee when'she decorated ila green and which they were served refresh- Mrs Y. A. Harris has returnedto IN CIRCUITMiriam 'OI'R1', Irk
Miss Alice Wheeler Fernandez, entertained at a one o'clock luncheon white color scheme. Shasta daisies, ments. her home in Gainesville after !days last week in Jacksonville as 'F-HY.COU"TY. FLOlllntl. it Ill t
of Mrs. Duncan's sister-in-
daughter of Mrs. R. S. Fernandez honoring Mrs. N. D. Wain- white roses and hydrangeas beIng Those Law- spending some time here with her guests [i. gnv.iU q, 1'1a..
present were Jerry law, Mrs. R. E. Thels. On Thursday -, K. Snedrn., If!
and Dr. J. Warren Kaufman wright, Jr., who before her recent used profusely. son, Frederick Lacy Conway, Joe son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and evening. June 5, Margaret No.eKrzo. prf"liar

pastor of the First Presbyterian marriage was Miss Louise! During the bridge game Coca Lamm Ronald Andrew, and Mrs. R. A. Green. Rose participated in the Thelma ORDER!: OF P'I1LICA'I'' !
r Snyder and Miss Elise Jones of Colas were served by the hostess. leave this AND NOTIfR'' TO APPE.\:
Church of Starke performed on Ralph Bryant. Mrs. Carrie Rltch will Johnston Baggs Dance Revue. 8TATR OK FLOIlin /'
Wednesday June 4, at high noon Gainesville.The Scores for the game we to kepton Mrs. Andrews was assisted by afternoon for Washington, D. C. Rose a talented dancer K. tined on, whom ,n 'I ld'*"

in the Presbyterian Church of hostess home was simplybut bridal tallies, repeating the Mrs. Ara Moltt, Mrs. Ira Wilson, where she will spend ten days Margaret took lessons this past fall from address You are IH.: Unknown required, ,

7i Kustls. Dr. Merle Anderson, pas- effectively decorated with color scheme. At the conclusion and Mrs Palmer Williams.LarramoreLewis with her son. Dr. Thomas G. Rltch Mrs. Bagga. July 14, 1941, In th ,1 '"",
tor of the Eustis Church performed mixed summer flowers for this of the game Mrs. Arthur Holidaywas Friends of Mrs Lorenzo Green Court and cause wh ran,,
seeks divorce
A the ring ceremony in the presence lovely affair. presented with lame linen will be glad to learn that she returned 11 CIRCUIT COI''leT. e1RADFORnI7ou' shall tiublinh nrnilfnrij'ifTeUnraph 'k|>
intimate handkerchiefs!, reward for makIng 'ry. FI.OHIMA. M! CHA.NMOK' : In next four "" '
few a
of relatives and a covered tveekiy'esuuwitness
The luncheon table was to her home here Monday ("FoRY.
friends of the couple. linen cutwork cloth and high score after two weeks | "H Horn (AKO known as Mor- my hand and"
v with a Peek presented with Mr. and Mrs. Elate Lewis an- being confined for rte Horn). Plaintiff, VH Anna Horn, seal at Starke, Florid 'th
Miss was
Following the ceremony a wed of because of illness the home of 11, 1941.
centered with an arrangement nounce the marriage of their at ( ((Me No. 5719.
ding breakfast was held In the a piece of lingerie, a gift of remembrance to James Clay- relatives in Tampa. Defe''ttINR') 'vK- P1rr3L1rA'rrnNAND (OFFICIAL SEAL:: ) A. 'It! ,
yellow day lilies In a clear crystal of the occasion from daughter Agnes NOTICH TO APPEAR I Am Clark of said Court
Grandview Hotel bowl. Favors for the party ton Larramore on Saturday afternoon Friends of Mrs. L. G. Heming- STATE: OF FLORIDA tot: Anna "y '.Mdlle C f'nnrr p n c

Dr. and Mrs. Kaufman went were gardenias, placed on the the The hostess.two course luncheon which May 24th. at V15: : o'clockIn way will regret to learn that she 'Horn IB: im whose Irlurto rewldftm Htrnet, EMenos and address Aires, I T.Atty.Frank for Plf.indruin 81,"rnt 6.\3 J

from Eustis to St. Augustine for dessert plates. Clearwater. The cermony waa Is confined to her home becauseof Argentina. y

j. i a brief honeymoon at the Castle Places were laid for six guests. carried wan served out the following green and the white game performed by R. L. Baker justiceof Illness. Mrs. Helningway'sdaughter. .""You are required to appear on

Warden Hotel. color scheme In every detail Mrs. the peace. Mrs. John Moyer and
Dr. and :Mrs. Kaufman are at For her marriage the bride small daughter, Jane of Jacksonville
assisted In serving by
I Blanchards Observe Vining was
Iti home to their friends at the Presbyterian wore a baby blue crepe dress with are with her.
Mrs. K. G. Duncan and Mrs J.,
{ fe manse on Cherry Street. 60th AnniversaryMr. M. Hembree. white accessories and her corsage Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Houston

was of red roses. and son, Bobby, of Georgiana,
Those enjoying the party with
t and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard After a tour of South Florida, Ala, were guests the first of the Fry
r Page-McCully the honoree were: Mrs J. R. t
celebrated their sixtieth wedding Mr. and Mrs. Larramore are at week of Mr. Houston's brother r
Mrs. W. H. Graham.
li lA} Mrs. Llnnie Fogg McCulley and anniversary with a family dinnerat Mrs. J. Fred Guy, Mrs. A. Holiday home at 195 South Orange, Ave., and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs

2y d, R4 Clifton FranK Page were married their home in Lawtey Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Hallie Jones, Mrs. Vernon Bartow. H. H. Houston. ON HIS DAY

J, on Sunday morning, June 8, in Blanchard 84, and Mra Sllcox, Mrs. Lillian Stump, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moseley of SUNDAY, JUNE 15

6 Kingsland Ga. The Rev. Herbert Blanchard 81, were married in Mra. Joe Scanlan, Miss Della High OES Official Memphis, Tenn., are guests of

Ethridge performed the ring cere-. Green Cove Springs in 1887 and Rosenberg. Mrs. Guy Sale, and Visits Waldo ChapterWaldo their son-In-law and daughter, r

; mony. moved to Lawtey where they have Mrs. W. C. Powell. We can supply you/

Il y d Mr. and Mrs. Page are at home resided ever since lie is a nativeof Chapter No. 120, O.E.3., with many beautiful

' P r to their friends on Madison Vermont, and Mrs. Blanchard Ruth Braden held a special meeting Thursday.June D
,. Street. wan born at San Mateo near Mel- Theda S, in honor of till visit of BILCTARK"E gifts for this occa

rose. II I Hostess To FriendsA Mrs. Opal Bartow, Worthy Grand FL':. sion.

I :Matron of the Grand Chapter of
+ party was held at the homeof Florida. Mrs. Maude Lappe,

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Patton Worthy Matron, and J. A. Tucker, Sun. Mon Tues. Konsoil

lea, it 4 BAR-BO. B & M Drive In Tuesday evening from 6.30: ( until Worthy Patron, presided. Juno 15 18 17 LightersHis

( o'clock when their daughter
Preceding the meeting the

Curb Service Only Theda Ruth Braden, entertainedat Grand Matron was honored witha The Dark Mirror Shaving PreparationsOld

delightful party.
a banquet. Tables were beauti-
During the evening varied games fully decorated with gladioli and Olivia de HavlIIand Spice Shaving Preparations

' +' Bar-B-Q Sandwiches were enjoyed by the young peo- lilies, and each placecard had a Lewyres Thou.. Mitchell
,; out ALSO "THIS IS AMERICA"and Yardley Shaving Sets
ple. violet painted on it, carrying
Beer Soft Drinks Refreshments of coconut cake the theme of Mrs. Bartow's first NEWS

.. and lemonade were served to the station in the O.E.S. Gillette Razors
fl. \%'pd. Thun. June 18 19
Vii .... following guests who were presentto The chapter room was decoratedwith DOUBLE FEATURE .
; .5 +' ON STATE HIGHWAY 200 enjoy the party with Theda pink and blue flower arrangements W. C. Field, Edgar Bergen Electric Razors
l' d, yi FOUR BLOCKS SOUTH OF CALL STREET Ruth: Martha Landrum Eula carrying out the col- Charley McCarthy & Rochester

May Akerldge, Mary Sue Epperson ors of the chapter. In- Parker & Sheaffer Pens
Richard Mllllgan Jimmy Just before the meeting startedthe

i Davis Carl Brown, Harold Gio Worthy Matron ordered the You Can't CheatAn .
Bill Folds
vanni. Dick. Edgar and Edward Grand Matron to be seated In the

Akrldge and Gene Braden. East. The )lights were dimmedand Honest Man

y 6 't 1.4I4 1. by the aid of flasnllghts) to andRustler's And Many Other ItemsIf

Birthday Party represent the beams of searchlights -

little Beverly Lappe, dress Valley
I For, Diana SmithOne ed In an evening gown of pink

''=-- \ I and blue, marched around the star Starring Wm. Boyd your problem is bugs or insects of
loveliest and most
of the
: I colorful of the children's parties points, carrying a toy airplane Also NEWS any kind, we can solve it. We have many
II with a life membership certificate
I of the summer season was that of I and a gift of money attached to FrU Sa.t,-i' June 20 21 'preparations containing DDT: injfcowder (
Diana Smith, six: year old daughter DOUBLE )
i It. She this to the FEATURE"
( of Mr. and Mrs Eldridge or liquid, also spray guns in pint or quart
I ,Grand Matron with an appropriate
je i' Il _ ,. Smith, held Thursday afternoonof .bit of verse. Mrs. Bartow thanked Game of DeathJohn size. Also continuous sprayers. See
last week from four until six '
o'clock at the home of her par- the chapter for this lovely Loder, Audrey Long them now on display on our counters.
I courtesy and was escorted backto BarrierCHIP
ents on Kingsley Lake. Edgar
her seat. WESTINGHOUSE BUG $2.98
YARDLEY The long refreshment table was BpMBS
After the chapter was duly
covered ''with paper birthday
opened the Grand Matron was
cloths and centered with a beau-
again introduced and escorted to

tifully decorated birthday cake, ,the East and greeted poeticallyby Of
VENETIAN BLINDS Iced In pink and green and topped the Worthy Matron. Flying U KOCH DRUG STORESTARKE
fii -
1 with a miniature China doll. Johnny Mack Brown
l Put Grand Officers, Grand Instructor -
IN A VARIETY OF COLORS Six: burning birthday candles com- and Grand Officers of Chapter ft "REX & RINTY"and FLA.

QUICK DELIVERY pleted the cake's decoration.Tall the Grand Chapter of Florida were Cartoon

burning tapers in silver also introduced and Welcomedwith
GASSETT EXCHANGE STORE candelabra balanced the central -
li r h. a bit of poetry. .
i STARKE. FLA. t piece. Each little guest's place Mr.. Bartow gave a very in-
laid with dessert car-
-' was plates
spiring talk, discussing her special \ /
s rying out the birthday motif and I
fund and project for this year
xr little colored baskets hold-
pastel which is to help the disabled war
ing assorted candles. veterans of Florida. She Is pur-

: COME IN AND SEE THE NEW suspended reaching Long pastel several from colored a feet tall beyond streamers pole and the learn chasing the to boys help supplies so themselves that and they equipmentfor In might some II '

+ table gave the effect of a large
A printing was '
press purchased
May pale.During. last week and Is just one Sunday, June 15th
the afternoon Diana and
Gas of the many things she hopes to
Norge Range her little friends enjoyed playing
buy for the veterans. An offering Parker Kreisler
t t'n games out In the spacious yard. of $23: was presented to her
Mrs. Smith was assisted In enter- .
: from the Waldo Chapter.The
& Waterman
taining and serving the children Watch
Initiatory work was beau-
{ ? Diana's former Sunday Schoolteacher
by tifully carried out by the officers.
Miss Kate Struth. and Pens '
After the meeting refreshmentsof 4
Diana's Mrs. F. W Varne- of Be
+M 'a eta aunt punch and cup cakes, iced In ctat
doe of Palatka.At .
pink and blue, were served. .. .
five o'clock refreshments of t of Tie.

Ice cream and cake were served. At noon Friday Mrs. Maude SunGlasses cr Collar

TrT. Favors for the afternoon were- Lappe entertained the Grand *, Tie &
varl-colored balloons. ULQVA
Matron and members of the
ryq, ,cot. About twenty-five young folk Waldo Chapter at her home on Sets

CG@ao ra were present to enjoy the party North Church Street In Starke.
with the little honoree. Diana's
She was assisted in serving a
W. P. Smith was
'ii : grandfather. chicken pilau dinner by Mrs. Claire
this occasion.ThomasCooper .
also present on
u Cottrell and Mrs. Emily :penmark.

1 -.. IL

'. '. .; ::4.. Methodist Youth 4 Beautiful, startimedELGINS

.. '
L Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Cooper an- Enjoy OutingThe

.f.H r the marriage of their
.. ; nounce
... daughter Bernice to James Garfield Evans Sub District -

..:.",...+ Thomas The ceremony was performed of the Methodist Youth Fel- *

on Thursday. May 29, InFolkston lowship held a meeting at Gold .

Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Head Branch Monday June 9. e \

h oq-: Thomas are residing in Starke with sixty representatives present .

where Mr. Thomas Is employed at From churches at Waldo Melrose
c : r .'" :r'". Llbby's Garage. Florahome, Lawtey and Starke.It 17 and 21 JEWELS

; ,.;c was announced that the objective -
".' f I" :.

1' '.Y.."If.' .._... ,rF.,,,:.-a:: 11 WSCS To MeetThe will be for sending the delegates summer months to the 2 9. 75 up Tax:

'\, :" .jt': Cuban adventure camps and to the Included
WornelSociety of Chris-
\.t:, camps of the district. The president -
tian Service of the Methodist
and vice president of the
Church will conduct the regular
organization will be sent to the
ii monthly business and
Assembly at Florida Southern
In the church Monday
College Lakeland.The .
afternoon beginning at 3:14: o'- WATCH REPAIRING
clock. next meeting will be held

Slade In Starke on July 7.

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Dye oi Jack Halle of LeesbUrg will
1 .. Fort Lauderdale arrived this weekto spend the week-end here 'with his

spend the summer months at parents, Mr. and Mn. W. Q.

Gas Company their cottage on. Klngaley Lake.. Halle.IULVARFZSTOREub. GEM JEWELRY

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'' ''r '1' 213 E. Call St. Phone 121 h

:*Il Iii i> i i 109 E. CALL ST. PHONE 170 STARKE, FLA.
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firs of LOCAL NEWS Bradford Mrs. Ola M. Perkins, well-known Mrs. Annie Schell of Lake But- Friends of Morris Jackson will Mrs. John A Toroile pent Sun. L. S. Hot to, Mrs. Shelly Hall,
County teacher, Is servo 1 Inr spent a few days here last be I
ing aa graduate axslstant In In. week as the guest of Mr. and Interested to know that he day In Tallahassee where she attended Miss Sharon Hall O. P. Hutto
completed the
duatrlal Arts College of Education Mia. Q. A. Anderson.Mr. course the bncculaureate sermon Miss Oarnltn Hutto. Mrs. Carolyn

L. S. Hutto and her sister, O. P. and L. S. Hutto and Mrs. at the University of Florida and Mrs. \V. J. Rpperiqn of lege study In Jacksonville at Massey Business Col.and] of the graduating class of the Kenney and son, Wayne and :Mr. '

visited In Plantd E. D. Stokes were guests of Mr. during the first recently Florida State College for Women. I
/ term of the sum.
I p Stokes, pent Thursday through Sunday has accepted a position with and Mrs. M C. Wells of Jacksonville ,
Mra. Toroite'g sister i Min Erin
and Mrs. T. mer genslon.
weekend. F. Hutto In Jacksonville
Tampa last -I of last week at the summer home I Screven-Turner A Co. In Birming were visiting tu Oxford Sun

and Mra. W. J.well Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. J.V.. Kaufman, of Mrs. Epperson's parents Mr. ham Ala., where he and his wife Toythreaa Is class.a member of the day.DON'T. I

Rev L A. Davis and : Earl M. Campbell proprietor of Miss Luclle Mitchell, and Guy and Mra. R. L.. Richard on Spring are now residing. graduating:

smith' returned Sunday from Campbell's Accounting Service, I Andrews attended the Presbytery Lake. I Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mrs. L.

Dual Conference of the was elected to the Board of! Directors ell In Lakeland remained Tuesday. Miss Mitch. 1 Judge and Mrs. b:. K. Perry. F Dinklns Spent. the week-end in CLASSIFIED [ -I
Pet- for few visit
St. days'
Church held in man have returned from a trip Macon Ga., where they attendedthe ,
They report that the of the Florida Association with relatives. I to Baltimore and Annapolis, Md., |I wedding! / of Mrs. Knight's

was an outstanding of Public Bookkeepers and Mary Sue and Sally Ann Ep and Washington D. C., where' niece. Miss Eugenia Kell.

renct ud friends of the Church Tax Consultants last week. TheAssociation' person spent Thursday through they visited their son and daugh. Mrs. T. B. Harding and Mrs. FOR PIIII.ro YOUR auto CAR cad we In'hnve lmm-a
congratulating/ them on convention was held; Sunday in Jacksonville( with their ter-in-law Mr. and !Mra. Eromot H. L. Hough spent Monday in A. low... Hi Ml.K1IK1'HK1 LIveHtock Pi.I'i.; .'. I
are in Orlando.Mr. ) > HADIO SrenVH'K:, luy or lull. tf
that they were grandparents Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Perryman.Mr. Jacksonville.Mr. Court at Madliou atreeli, 8tark!

for another year. : and Mrs. Marion Waltonof Richard. and !Mm. R. H. Barbour and Mrs. C. A. Johns spent If I{{

Pompano were guests of Mr. Mrs. Geo. A. Anderson spent and son Donald, of Tallahassee Tuesday In Jacksonville.Dr. I WE NOW HAVE

enl Mrs. H. C. Ritch at KuiRgley I and Mrs. Wllmot Brown and ,
Saturday In Gainesville and the Barbour'a sona-ln-law and LIST YOrit FAKM. CITY AM)

S Lake the first of the week. They Mra. L. A. Davis returned to daughters Mr. and Mrs. b. S. family of Tallaha
were returning to their home from Merritt and family and Mr. and at their summer home
I home here Monday after en- I
r i M JUST AS Tallahassee where Mr. Walton Joying a ten-day visit In Bait! Mrs. E. T. Ewell and family all on Kingsley Lake. I Most Standard

JUICY AMDTENDER represented Broward County in more Md., Washington D. C., of Jacksonville. are vacationingat -' .t.:
AS the Legislature. and Alexandria Va. the Barbour cottago on Kings- .- -: '.: -Io".,. I I STROUT :'; ; \\\I. Casting REELSWe

aG. ( ........... .
/ Z or cone.C. < *
CAM BEHILL'S Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Miss ley Lake. F. ODOM I ., propvrfT. Me. mail AVV. Have Plenty of 6 Ru'Qs! I

Middleton. Friends will regret to learn nO4N ..,.. of Iton..._ KnrinaAcreage. _
Madge spent SaturdayIn
CITY LIMITS Itnyera teem All thWorld.
SIlcox Is 111 in St. 1)J< ALJm IN FKKSII over
AK77fEMSFZVE5 Gainesville. that Fn. o... ll-tlnv.
,, GARAGE & SERVICE Vincent's Jacksonville.Mr. AND Darby Bro
Miss Jean Irwin left Wednesdayfor Hospital CURED :MEATS E. A. STKOUT REALTY AGENCY S.a. .

STATION Fernandina where she will and Mrs. R. J. Davis and II ItrpreMpntal Locally Ity

visit her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Leonard Smith Jr., of Starke and WHOLESALEAND F. <\ HOIXINfiSWORTII Starke, Fla. I
St. &
Temple Ave. Mrs. D. B.White. Buddy Davis of the State Farm RETAIL lie So. Walnut !St.! I

attended commencement activities -

Gulf Oil Products Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell Sr. at the Florida State University .,.- MATTttKHHKS of .11 kInds renovated C'os\t'l'r, p. nowKt.i., ili'lnit.nIist '
Moilluin .
of Gainesville and :Mrs. J. M. and Jlmlcr. Ht"'t. 1
Auto Repairs in Tallahassee Saturday ROUTE 100 MILES! furniture. upholMtered. anilreflnleheil ..",. I'ullllly, ,|I.|'..I1H(>.II. I .tell| Vol.I .
Brownlee were guests Sunday of r'.np" a ritrdHASTIMIH ,.. I.nihi'r ( I..rk plncv 1 ".1. N.
through Monday. Mis, Idalou SOUTH OF STARKE MATTIIKHH CO., IV ,,r Stark. on ltd.. lull. Uook for I
SHOP Work GuaranteedM. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson.
COFFEE 130. Palaika. fia' if ,. .
Davis received her degree Mon. *141g.> it p to -2T

Mra. P. E. Canova spent last day and she and her sister, Miss FOR RAI.K--A 6-rooin' IHUIMO, 10 :
|;51 i WEST CALL ST. C. THOMAS Prop. Tuesday In Jacksonville.E. also student at acres Intnl. a llltMllfpy e row, 4- foil HIC.NT. -a-room rnoil' rn fur.nlnhml : I
Marjorie Davis. a tnontliB,, :uM: 1 heifer I l-n oM heifer ...II".... has KIIH stow",
STARKE, FLA. M. Davis spent Sunday In I the University accompanied their I t.)'.. old. hull a variety. .>f jl..rtrli: rrfrlarerntor' Ainu lurire'
Green with friends. ", ...' -" ,-,, ,,- ,';; .' fruit tree U OI1 cuNh iir IIMIMMinx ''. Tennila Ave., Phone HI.| Atlult'
Cove :
Springs for the .1\.1'It
parents home summer \, ( tiNell, lit. I I. llnx only., ? .
Mrs. J. E. Futch returned Sun vacation. ., r '4'oJ I.awtcv 4t* !

after two months in Durshlmer ... .. 1 I'lt 1'I.I. :-.\Irllne Kndlorrmnn.iiinitiliiutlon .
day spending Miss Mary l" FOIL JoI\1.Io-A: I 100-11) .look Front .
) Washington D. C. and St. Louis. who has been visiting her aunt. ). :. : ,' .. .. \'. kcrnecm!li'n lltl.*! In ri-fi MTtHlll,.lcr MlllllUt...tor. ,sitS A t.HU mlelertrli II KH' '"tmli Autn i'an Hlipply.li .Cheap'" vii, nt.

f Mo. While in Washington she Miss Margaret Durshlmer in -. refrlirnritr' unit (Ifel.V I'L I

was the guest of her nephew and Brookavllle for the past two CAN'T TAiCE \lfiatoi I ., Hi l'COIlll IM'Ueil. I .atUWO HHonuhle., Illtll-O.. I ftHftniiton is.1itiIi FOR SALEl.l'Iit1l. :

the Rev. and Mrs. M. C.Stlth home .
niece weeks, returned Tuesday.She | tsIte, tfith ,-
I I .g. txn. Jm 2,0. its
and in St. Louis she was was accompanied by her LOST I ...o1",1.. nittikoilto. 'allow glI"r ,-S 11 '; Win-In we :cnmplntei
H\\ ;, ,, ; : :, :
:Miss. Brown- KlflliiMa. i| In Plv Wiuid.; I
with her niece Mary aunt who will attend the summer BUT WE CAN k ft timliMlill In fiH'h nnr.hraml..t Ml '
I'll III llnlli.ri.: Wnler' Tanke: ( 551
lee. Mrs. Futch was met at the session at the University of FlorIda TAKE YOU MOST' ANY miirki, SI, *! Hwnllmv V AI.HO fork I nilf.Mn.'k Aumlxrhli I Iron lUau. tilt. nra: 5'I"" "Flc.oi-lnir, ; l.'iik'.

JnliOtlulliltl plane Sunday in Jacksonville by In Gainesville. ., III right CHI' unit iiiipefIMU \ \ 1"1..1..0: Irook HhnlviMriMlll '

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownies I Mrs. W. S. Slaile, of Douglas PLACE ON EARTrl / hue..,In,, 513V.li-ft: fnr. (.N.'uIl. .I"HliirU." try. I, .\I.i.iTi'lonrnpli Ill. .. hind' I.Ill. Illllv* | While IliMiflllK, Cement! "Hilllil.' I
: I ALSO I t "111'.1. I I'lpe I Ooni'rpta, ,
Miss Brownlee and her ,. lip I I Ill'oIt If
Madge Neeclham Hurst and \
i Ga. and Mrs. .
$ Illorke. nil I I alMi house guest Miss Mary Ann Bacon I sons, Needham, Jr., and Bill of SVI.1CI'lit.lii itt,-" nwrrt potato hoiiHB:, |iler.., floor; ,I"i':: \I '', I':,
l'i of N. C. PHONE 150 vlnoH. fl I Ilinuminil If I'livi-r Morliir Mli. Htei-l Window! I'nlnl
15th Durham I Indianapolis Ind., ariived yesterday ,,"ItM, 5:1: r.O IhollHlincI, It I tilt .h.-.... lilt I mill I IH.k I"..In.I I CuniTele .Kloi.i-.
Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Sewell attended to spend the remainder of the Vinilrnw Tbonia4'' till W. nt foninlHte; ; Kill\ t Pill., : IHimp' Tnuk, f
the exerciaca of the grad- week at Klngsley Lake as guestsof STARKE TAXI SERVICE flro.hi i l l.a. l'..."." H'nul SIP ,l-ll IliiiillnalluulInK! Otin ftklll Raw

i lies by :Manhattan & Wembly uating class of the University of Mrs. Slade's son and daughter till's I'lllll.li. ; : 5tt5Ii!: up, |lo
.4 down. $!O mo. In ltv llmltitII I
Florida in Gainesville Monday In-law Mr. and Mr .. T. H. Slad'e( --w---- ..:MI.-!! *!, "'"'\I'I'n""I'a\/I

night. The exercises were held I I Miss Peggy Forehand <>f Albany nil tiifiiiu iS>> i'ijii: >l.l'iSl44: : f D.>> ,
$1.00 and $1.50 ". I..rh'" 1..h..I.: ..h..... III
In the stadium and Dr. John J. Ga., enroute from Miami 1'rotect Your Upholstery HospitalizationDuring i
Tigert, president of the University -I where she was an attendant in With Good; Durable FOR SALE .

Belts Hickok delivered the graduating ad : the wedding of one of her school
dress. Jim Sewell son of Mr. mates of Duke University Is llnhlier air miiMremiKii __... 17.BO t t
Return of Premium I'aitl
I and Mrs. Sewell. was a member COVERS ,. ,
$1.00 to $2.00 spending a few days at Klngsley Commerrliil ?? ronntlnic mis-

of the graduating class In the Lake as the guest of Judge and At Death chine . .. ____ 1100.00

chemical engineering college. I Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. Miss Fore. TAILORED TO YOU GET: PAYMENT OF Popcorn machine .._. .. ?.. "".410 .
W. M. Wainwright of Tallahassee New short. iiloitve mmrt'' uhlrti II Bit
:Manhattan & Mark: Twain hand will return the latter partof :4 //7// 1FIT YOUR New Navy .ltgiirana. ..___ $1. nt ,
inirtqby and Wednesday ..
wall the guest Tuesday I the week to her home In Al- I 1. llonpltal Milt In any h. ..-
New leather .
of his father N. D. Wainwright and will be accompanied( by : IltIll. .
: bany "" Army loot wnol hlunkvta 1910
$3.95 and $4.50 I Sr. Mrs. T. T. Long who will visit ;: :''IJI ) limits. tielnt, irnl.' .._ .--- $1.ftO l
\\ :2. hooter hula for Iri'UlnH'nt In Army iluffln ItHtfN Ii I all I
her mother, Mrs. W. T. Jacksonin ? -- --
New while duck .. _
Irolievrfl 11115Nuvy
\ Baconton. Ga. In Colors To Suit ... .",...p.kln llnoil, Inutlier I I t
port Shirts by Manhattan |' flyIng Iivttits. ". ,... 'Tin I
Mr. arid Mrs. N. D. Wainwrlght 'M --v \
$ vstcry Your Taste 8.-S100 J1Pr'month Innxnit during l4l's..t ft.idlng l'nt0. __ __ ." ".no-
Jr., spent Sunday In Daytona total illMnhlllty for Aimv, i-anvan, folillim,, pole,
tinyaet'iut.'nt .
Warren imiid. .... __ .. ... $* HI .
$2.95 and $3.45 ( I Beach visiting; Fuller \ \ or nil-kin1" that. bttKIn. New _. .i-. $.99 f V.
-'v..... ALL who is recuperating at one of the STARKESEAT .. after Issue, of pnllry Horke-. whlle notion, new Irreirutnrfi ,
WOKKJUAKAN pi'r d.ti. .. $1 I gn
recent ----- -
hospitals there following a COVER CO. Army ellrkerv, new ,.. ... $1.00 t
[Indershirts 55c Shorts $1.00ox ( automobile accident. For Mon Om>|>lolo Information New poplin. awl", trunk .. I.n

Mrs. R. S. Fernandez Mrs. Court & Madison Sts. Clip and :Mall Thin. Coupon| New Mniflntt; JohnHun.. work t
50c Trousers 6.95 to 12.95 TEED eliovw from .. -_- ..<.. iN sloe t
Frank Hoover and John Kaufman to PIIOFEMSIONAI: IN.HI'K-' "w Navy kupik filled life

JII"k.. _.. .. .. ,
Repairs of Philadelphia Pa.. spent last ANCE t'ORr.V., 82.1V.: I'nl- New epprovit'l kapok VrV* ."

|Ire have Many Other Gift Items for Dad Refinishing Wednesday in Eustla where they t..entityve.., ('Jalnr.vlli-$ | |1u.Niimr. nnehlntl __ _.. ...* 51.9"
Altpliin'- "'"* for wiiterptroofIfM
KaufmanFernandezwedding. YOUR WATCH
So/ Why Not In And Look AroundRobbins' Broken Springs attended the ... .___i-_ Irallor: t.,ni, riin\npe.,..etc.. .- .
Drop tTfln it| gallon *... $) ''I'i) '
Deserves the Best ... fatigue. trni'n'ps 5 .7J
Replaced Mrs. T. H Slade spent the first Adilrm .- New Mr..,, hei'.rlimbnna. twill .
I of the week In Baconton. Ga., woik pants .. ... I. II DA I

with her mother 1frs.V.. T. _____ __________- Age1.I -- --- N.w short. ..I...... sport nihli e $1 i tilNew .
RepackedPhone Navy mirki, M%: wool
Cushions Jackson. 3 pnlre -- -- fl| 00() J
Navy hnnimorka, ;..OI1lP ...I. wltH
52-L 'I John Kaufman of Phllndt'lphlll.'pa. all ropea __ _.__ ... ft 110
., spVnt Tuesday and Wednesday ,. n IU.N.r-II.'y .furnUhoil' mi.irlniHiit Hum llrown b.lla. __ $J.fttU >
with J roiMim co 11.1 i prtvHte ft.
tow rnhltie with ho"k-
Hartmann Mfg. Co. : of last week here with his I ",,''h. 40a North, Walnut HiHliirkv. .IO() II,. ,..t -. ...- .".... .
I Kaufman. : M Army parka .. 'SIts
"THE STORE OF VALUES" Starke. Fla. II father Dr. J. Warren '
: ;
I 4a REPAIRTrustworthy Army Vdl-A-raka .: .. .; .Of fl Hd
Mrs. R. S. Fernandez! and PCI.I1: W '-.-All-itriiiiinl prln- Army, iiile..1 i helmein ._ __ .. n .ivnI
Mrs. J. Warren Kauf ti'r-op''i'uior for weekly ,,,w.- I..ill-no ermy air mnttielii.ee. tT .'.1
daughter l Imp..r unil job "h",.. full I I uri ftfl I In, Navy -
sa u ii napn p y F g .BE .y Eqmj w nu> = I man the former Miss Alice Fernandez Service i.,m. to i'Iti', I'niinly, ('L.tn'otit, In fntlon m..r.n..ltnnl pals' for ,'..nv."" H 111IO 1
returned recently from a tlrt-rn 'iv HprlllM"_ at .jil 1) and steel note .. .. $243:J
I: N.,w reMrulutlon, irray Navy' of- .
two weeks 'trip to Madison. ills F. OA l flAil i' You HUNT-11.mil. lorii- flrera rhino trnuerra ._ $4011
Friday Saturday Monday Specialsrooms While there they attended the Harley StrongCAMP ,II.." on HlKhwHv tan Wul.lo. 'Maw ,Iiep tope '0'. |J5 00
Apply I'ui.lt" "Miatlon" & 'I'nl.tlip Tiiroiinlliiii' .all tis.'e l and weighielargest .
',,,, ,
wedding of Mrs. Fernandez'granddaughter UL\NUINO JKWELEK C "rt stork In ..lurkeortvllle.f'ome .

m mmil Mary Alice Yar. 'lIn HALI'i'10 trillion'' elnrtrlv' hotwator In nii'l browxe nrinndl
Brooms! SINCE: : 1'Jll Thoueande. of Itemi* not lIsted
!riTll hontrr 1'.11..1..11)
and Myron new.MrS.
brough Wayland We"t'l tell .n# what votl wnnti: I If we don't
Mrs. E. M. Davis and daughter II | 1.17: Wrat Call St. .ir Inqulri.t'Hiil At Knnllinor.c'hunifinr Water i>f Cum HI : buys ..In tork. ,....'If .B-et. ntl ?
DINETTE I lll'l.l .. .
6 Piece ll I'll.il.'M
Maple I Mitts Jean Davis spent last Wednesday io. ri'. niiln, lip 'r.\1..... .......1.. SIor.

In Jacksonville. HAM-IM.MAN WANTI1r.I..n.'I,1., : / ":. Pnrertfe ".. .............all..

_ CONSISTS OF I Miss Margie MicMleton of Jacksonville oppiirluntty fur. u man 'wllllnir, ti, Ph. \.1.101( I
the price' III hurl work lineof
Table 12460r arrived yesterday anti Is CICI1ETSI I ... I
1 Extension I ho IxHillnir > f foe rimntiiril In
Leatherette Seat Chairs 'the guest of her grandparents, )Hi** N. Iinilllntoran : the ooulh. IIOO 4
sips .apnrlfl'e thit 1'iin oiirnwhut '
1 Corner Maple China Closet Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. they are worth Wlllliml SliOl'Tenth
Hugh M. Sullivan reenlisted at -cz------:::: ,. <> start n mnn Hi 171 u wurkiinrl A Church Mtu.
TcoiE I EARLY J I C promote him I fiixt MM he .1..o,,- t
of last FEATURING: :
J Gainesville Wednesday i,flstrt.N t his .Klilllly tu work an'l
6 Pieces week in the Army Air Forces sail ala! days It ......k. Idnllt limn Tasty Iiunluirgsre
Above Low ran ni.k. iinlliiillml I miioiint Intime. lOc
LEFJ(f Reduced To and Is temporarily stationed at For furthnr' ilotalle Hililronnlion ANts HOT IMMJH
I ONLY 1 | Field Until re- .liolww Klvlnir full, nprlifn'.. With Meat Mauve -
McDill Tampa.
Price A Real, Bargain and 1'..,......'... Ii. .r. Vaughn,
enlistment he was employed at I' (I. liix 2114t1. HttVMnnnh, Hit. ,

Leader 2tan Take .a tHUt full home for
Mohawk Wrecking
Brooms. Blanding by
I I'ttrtlr or I'lrnlrn. home.
Inc. His wife and year-old daughter f".JoIT-'rllm my yard Tuomlny nluht.two .
95c _ Linda Sue, expect to join him hound puppleM, une, :2 inoeol.t inttuta Lee (>..am. AnoortMlFliivorn. .
-_ WE ARE Ian, whit. t.iie on ,....... Pint 2A>. IlouMa
OverstockedIN mg when he Is permanently stationed. 0" h.r 4 m".. old black with

Princess rooms. I Big I { I Savings I Mrs. J. S. Johnson and daugh- white *Bishop, tan inarklnice., Mlitrko.' UKWAHH.Hudily UpKUK Dip on Sugar ('on i, Ro .. I

Savings tar Dorothy, of Plant City and Open From ft to It p.m.DIly.'
1.50 I and ""1.-1 .iota on Hllvor. I.ake
_ Mr. and Mrs, W. W. Page Have hisclu.iing. Mun.lay"
noe.r Keyetone HelKhle.'
Try One of children Martin a.id Merrilyn, of lake frontags, <.<>..... on earhlteitiiont Under Management
Denmark's of >le. l'Huh or terrne.
"fliom Lake City. were Sunday guests \\0 ..I.. .'.> llox B a. ", '..rk... 2tp *-'JO Mr. & Mra. Vanpfy
!' You Will) AIys Suits Mrs. W. H. Struth and Mills Kate ,

Bedroom ruth. 1",01(1 FOR HAI.RI:! Henry Al>r -
Come Back ForAnother 8t hem tarot located S rnllee. woelof
Friends of Mrs. T. N. lAwtey on vootl graded roua.
KFIH'! We've Ju
.... learn that she Is ISO l erren, 149 acres' undor rul- \\0.j".t'.1111"a .
will regret to eo ,.. .. tlvatlon and nllt. Mump In the
this week confined to her home wrpis in.it I eerjux.n.o.w KunoiiiSTARKE er .n,- .u.n' 141)' ac..... Farm hite, 7 biilhllnMt j.nk".ft.I"\'t-: 'Illlly Javkann Co,
THEY MUST GO !! due to Illness.. (4 (. ...lIInar$ houNoe) all In g'.uieoo'jitin ,l rltarke. lip
tu live 'In, nee two rteop '.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Jack. !: DRY CIEANERS w.iiq. 18"ma..r the bent ftirilngland
; In the county and 'h..llp. Kolt MAf,": I.room hous., .1.l .n.
son of East Orange, N. J. will AND LAUNDRY I""UY.nlrilJ( water, l I...rv. lot.lti .
Vur a gmnl buy rids' nut an lake
SPACE arrive Tuesday to spend a short a look. Melvlna, Abraham, ljtwt.y ,.rvaln\ fop .....h. OvUI. Tnomne, I
WE NEED vacation here with his mother, MOM] 21 EltIMIinUIN6' a.p f-21 ".\I.h..n HI. .Mlurke. lip ,

Mra. Carl Jackson. HTItAYKU 1I11".I..d.l bU'"- KOIl' Ii/NT--/: "n.rnl.h..oom '. .
AND FIGURE WITH I homleil bull markml crop split houee with all urjnvtinlenaeii Inrlullnx -
COME IN upper and uruler bit one war. hot water IIS montn.. InHtarke.
GUARANTEE under p.iuar.| *ther our. .'4utiVyElb.rt II.. "'r... .:. 11..1.". 410 I
THIS STORE. WE )\every Branch of : Jlrltt Lake Uenevn, Flit Center It,.. "'.rlt.. lip.I
tip '.1">

SAVE MONEY FOR YOll.JOHNS roll rl/\I.K.-Twu. bushels Alabama .
TO ir.Anioi.i iiui.im'* KLOWKHXF : frowiler. Seed ....... .114 .
INSURANCEH. ..l{ MAI.K llullie from II. I') buehel It.. II M. Waedln, Ora-
f 10 per hundred Hp"clel price on ham V,... UpFOIt
thaueitnd ,,r more, I'.v''. f'rmiJiatluiiYarn. .
BETTER AT ( Hn 40-H Ijtwt.y .
A FACT YOU CAN DO Hiotf WALKroom house with 00.
ftilil' ft. 'lot, moilern convenlencee, .
't10l(. 5.. INH17HAWK 11
write lines
I! C. WALL AGENCYPlease fir.. automobile, liability. s and.tatt. ...., or LM&f..yette Street after
H. DENMARK FWNIWKJlPHONE .. M.. me for your Ineuranoe S P. "'. 4lp 1.. I
n.dm. N. It. Walnwrlvht. Jr. Ill
Phone 146 ":aa, fall street lIon 164 tf WANTED TO KKMT: -CXfnrnllhed
hou... 4 room. or m...... In f.
151 WANTED Counter .11'1. HllJh rltarke. Write box XYr Car "
school education "."......"* Phone Telecraph I tltarke, a nit I will eon.
CONSTANT SERVICE OVER 50 YEARS :*t. .18'a.lt. l>ry Cleaner. II tail, you. tf


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d +1 1h'y r . . . terest and enthusiasm Is displayed!r Mra. Ressle Carlton, Miss Marylin 0 0 0 5 0 . guest of relatives in this section Brooker Tung Plant brought by truck from,
by both the student body and Crosby, and Miss Margie Fay for several weeks. Mr. Scott and and Georgia," A

Brooker faculty. I I Crosby.W. State Farm Mr.home and Saturday.Mrs. Markham returned Near Season's EndThe Tung oil, Miller .?Pla''

The! Rev. C. A. Crosby, Baptist, M. S. MET LAST W'KEK: My Mrs Bryan U bit field Batavia Brooker tung oil crushing: 'used In the manuISNur,,
By Mm. T. \V. Murkey and Frederick Richardson -
pastor here Is principal, while of . p . plant Is preparing to close its sea- : varnish, of I
meeting linoleum
. . . I The regular monthly of Crescent City spent several ,??
Mrs. Crosby is superintendent the Woman's Missionary Society BRIItOB CLfB :MEETING days with Mr. and Mrs. L. A.. son the latter part of this month. Ink. A heat treat in, j''
BIBLE SCHOOL OPENS Miss Lubedia Plnholuter la primary of the Baptist Church was COn- Shepherd last week. I Albertus Miller, owner of the will take the plant
Vases of flowers that were arranged oil
i h The Vacation Bible School open- teacher and Is assisted by, ducted Wednesday afternoon 01 Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. American Tung Mills, said, "The throug, ''r
ed here Monday morning at 8 0'- Mrs. Theo Dyal Mrs. Earl Green : last, week in the church audltorlum to the with a marked of colors artistry addedto as R. W. Brannen were Lt. H. P. tung season usually lasts for the step toward them rini".h'J

clock In the Baptist Church. Attendance Mrs. Raleigh Waters and Miss, with Mrs. Deulah Harrell the beauty blending of the home of Mrs Gainey, Jr., and his'mother, Mrs first six months of the year and" ducts, has Just deer, nla!
reached an unexpected I Frances Barry. Mrs. Cora Stokes; presiding.The P. D. Fancher for her meeting of H. P. Gainey, of Brooker. Addi- that time Is drawing to a close. the Brooker plant

.4 peak of 65 pupils, and marked In- Is junior teacher, and is aided by next meeting will be next the' State Farm Bridge Club last tional supper guests of Mr. and Miller stated that the tung Miller is also head ,' ', j
; '
r Wednesday afternoon when Mrs Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Brannen Sunday were Mr. crushing plant has been locatedIn lean Tung Grove whiCh I 1
Cora Stokes will be hostess to the and Mrs .Emory Townsend of Brooker for seven ,years and Is now covers 1.200
} Tables for contract were placed considered of the best In the b"arlnI11
at her residence here. Lake Butler. one
reRV, e";+ys in the living room and sun par '
kr :Mr. and Mrs. James R. Christie\ country. "The plant handles 5,000 Fresh stock of j
PARTY lor, and at the end of the progressions f''rpU'nt|
BIRTHDAY of Baltimore, Md., arrived Mon- tons of tung nuts a season, he writer ribbon at THE
I Mrs. Roy Green entertained in Mrs. L. F. Chapman had day to visit Mr. and Mrs. P. D. said. "Many of these nuts are OKAPII.
s In high score and Mrs. J. G. Godwin
+ rli/- I the Community Center recently Fancher.Mr. I
honor of the ninth birthday anniversary second high. Their respective and Mrs. Leslie Bradley
prizes were attractive kitchen accessorles. -
of her son,
I went to Jacksonville to visit Mr
: A series of games were enjoyedby and Mrs. Vance Geiger and other ,
the young people and Ann The players were joined later relatives. I

I Crosby won a prize. Refreshmentsof by Mrs. H..3. Kucera Mrs. J. L. ,Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers, Mrs I II ,
11 p t tt birthday cake and ice cream Williams Mrs. J. A. Bouvier, Mrs I r. S. Crews and Spencer Crews "THIS ATLANTIC EQUALS ANY BEER lift' !
fit' ,were served by Mrs Green assist;; Martin Griner, Jr., Mrs. H. O were In Lake City Sunday to visit i .r TASTED .ANYWHERE, IN THE WORID"
ed by Mrs. T. W. Markey Mary Bates, Mrs. Jack Freeman Mrs. Bill Rivers, brother of Mrs. Sellers .
Joe Green, and Annette Green. J. G. Caldwell and Mrs. Bryan and Mrs. Crewa Mr. Rivers

The center was decorated with Whitfield. These guests were is a patient In the Veterans' Hos- The
spring flowers, and the traditional seated at the elegantly appointed pital In that city. Premium Beer
birthday, cake was topped with dining room table for bingo and Miss Roberta Whltfield studentat at the Popular Price

nine burning candles. About 20 refreshments. Mrs. C. M. Turney FSU, Tallahassee, is spending
guests were present and young won Club bingo prize and Mrs her vacation at home. ATLANTIC ,
LEl Kenneth received many lovely and Jack Freeman won In guest bingo. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley and
useful gifts Each award was stationery. Mrs Jimmie Bradley spent Saturday A6EAN0 EEI? t"
Fancher served Ice cream with
afternoon at the Santa Fe Lake
Little Mary Virginia Belling, of cake home of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Full of Good 0> *r-

DO YOU REALLY THINK Dukes, spent this week with Mr.' BIRTHDAY PARTY Coker.
and Mrs. J. K. Douglas. '

't''" THIS IS SAVING MONEY Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Morgan,'I' day Mrs.party John at Walker home Thursday gave a birth-afternoon OS . . .
t Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green, John
r +r I June b. for her little
i You say you do your own washing in Mott, Billie Rimes L. A. Mott, daughter, Bobbie Jean. Lovely GrahamBy
order But do ? Douglas Hazen, Julian Green and I
; to save money. you save flowers were noted in the rooms Sirs. John McKinney r--
'# Just add up the cost-the soap, the gas, others attended the Brooker-I used on this occasion and the . . .. REASONABLEcharges
j ;1 d the other supplies the equipment you Micanopy baseball game there lost dining room table was centered
need yes, and the work and effort- Sunday afternoon. Brooker I with the traditional cake, Iced in Mr. and Mrs. A. T Andrews of attended with the finest of
w& the tiredness and backache. The sensible, 13 to 8, white and holding one tiny red Starke were weekend guests of sincere Serving bring to us the friend-
Mr. and Mrs. Royce Gainey and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Math
ship of the communities whichwe
practical way to save is to bring your taper.With great
children, of Jacksonville I Was din.
'i j laundry to us. Try it and see for yourself. slices\ of the cake Mrs. serve.
week here with L. R.
spent last Walker served fee cream to the Mrs M. F. Griffin, who Is em-

Gainey.Mr. following boys and( girls who at- ployed by the Florida Farm Col- .
m and Mrs. Earl Gellmann, of tended this happy celebration: ony, Gainesville, spent the week- :E-
The WASHETERIA Jacksonville spent Tuesday night Billy and Jimmie Moody\ ; Gerald, end here with her family.J. .
here with Mr. and, Mrs. T. W. Janice and Linda Chexser; Harold D. McKinney was the week- DEW1TT C. JONES
1 Markey. They Wednesday for and Richard Kirkland; Bobble, end guest of his uncle and aunt,
Phone 181-W 321 Ave.
Utah where they will enjoy a Kenneth and Howard Stafford and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kite, at

three month vacation. Clifton, Thomas, Emma and Ernest .. Sampson.Mr. Funeral Director

a f ,1i Miss Lubedia Plnholster and Anderson. and Mrs Clarence Melton STARKE PHONE T
,;t Mrs. Raleigh Waters were shop- and children of Starke were visitIng -
ping in Gainesville Monday after STORK SHOWER her Mr. and Mrs Our local Auneral home enables
r parents us to
Roofing 45 55 65 & 90 Lb. I Mrs. M. W. Barton was hostess
.. noon.Mr. at her home Thursday afternoonof Barry Dyal, Thursday of last offer conveniences and services not
and Mrs. M. F. Hazen,.of week. otherwise available./
t: i last week at a stork showerIn
Starke, were visiting relatives compliment to Mrs. Lewis Tyre, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey and
Thick Butt Shingles RED. BLUE here Saturday afternoon. In decorating Mrs. Barton usedan children moved into their new We furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices i

GREEN Miss Phillis Hazen, a student attractive variety of summer home North ,of Starke Saturday accept ANY life Insurance policy in force, issued by ANT c-j
t at Florida State University in blossoms. Their many Graham friends see paoy, as payment in part or In full on a funeraL Consulta:(
Tallahassee is spending the sum them leave with regret but wish carries no obligation.
mer vacation here with her par- Several appropriate contests them every success in their new
New Oil)
3 BurnerWITH
Range, ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen. were enjoyed prior to the opening location. .

Mr. and Mrs. Will Andrews of I pres-ent Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Hess and
1j4 New River, were guests of Mr.:, the honoree the hostess served children of Hampton Lake attend-

Tricycles Wagons Baby Strollers and.Mrs. Vernon Edwards Friday dice:, cream and cake. : eil church services here Sunday 'Mothers ..r
Mrs. Rosa Pinholster spent part:I night. I" R
:of last wePk In Starke for medical Mrs. Annie Norman of Jacksonville Earl Starling of Gainesville
treatment.Lee was I the! guest of her a'pent' Wednesday afternoon here i TELEPHONE 52-J '
Johns Manville Asbestos mother, Mrs.\ A. M. Rlcharde, this
Siding Green Lodge, meeting of Gainesville here Tues-attended past week. Last Saturday Mrs. ling.with his mother, Mrs. Kate Star For The Finest .

Norman and Mrs. Richarde hadas Mrs. Della Osteen of High
.day night. luncheon guests Mrs. P. A. Springs la this week with Diaper Service t
Tarpaulines 12 x 14 & 12 x 16 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Poke and children Mllholland Mrs. R. O. Barker relatives here.spending.
: and Mr. and Mrs. Blrt Mrs. Jack Harrell and Mrs. H. R Mrs. Lizzie and chil-
s ,Stokes enjoyed a fish fry on the Humphrlea all of Jacksonville. dren of/Tampa Surrency spent the weekend That Modern Science and .
'banks of Santa Fe River Satur
QUALITY Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Kucera and with Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wynn. Research Can Produce
{ day.Mr. children Patsy and Brian, have John McKinney was a business
and Mrs. Guy Harrell have come from Delray Beach and are visitor to Jacksonville Monday.
t 1 r
't their new home almost completedand living In the house formerly occupied crrrrrrrsrssssssrrrrrerrrrrrrrr
will move Into It In the near by Mr. and Mrs H. M i We Furnish Hospital Clean, Soft Sterilized :

future. Rlcharde. Dr. Kucera is the Institutional Diapers Anti-Odor Metal I Container ,
Farmers' ]III'. and Mri.! Jack Simmonsand dentist. I Two Deliveries Each Week. :

Supply son, of Mountocha, Mr, and During the past week Dr. and JUST RECEIVED ..,
leld, of Gaines I I
Mrs. Herschell Layf Mrs. .J. M. Hembree moved tostarke

ville, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. where they are living In All This For Only A Few Cents A Day
Noon Mott Tuesday. While here the J. M.1 Alvarez estate house on'
J (; they enjoyed a swimming partyat Walnut street.
4p t Hampton Lake. Mrs. W. A. Kirkland underwenta -

Va"lxl I Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green of major operation at Shadycrest Men's DungareesSz. @j we Mrs.Hartmann.

: Starke were weekend guests of Hospital in Starke Tuesday,morn- 28.36. 1.50 ea. I
Mr. and Mra. Dave Green. I Ing. Friends hope for a speedy |

Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis and : recovery.Lt. .
baby, of Jacksonville, spent the Com. and Mrs. Oscar and NAVY SHIRTS ''V 0 f Fie 52-J
GREEN'SGROCERY weekend here with Mr. and Mrs son, Jerry, of Velano Beach St l'
R. P. Lewis. Augustine were supper' guests olMr. 1.25 ea.
Mr. and Mrs Gerald Roberta of and Mrs W. N. North Friday.
b Starke! were Sunday guests of Mr. Mrs. W. H. Williams and daughter .
and Mrs. Ed Poke. Betty are visiting Mr. and Men's & Boy'sUNDERSHIRTS --
Misses Marguerltte and Marie Mrs. J. H. Hundley in Draper
N. C.Mr..
McKinney, of Starke, were over-
and Mrs. Arvis Kirkland and
guests of Misses Joyce and 45c
night ea.Girl's .
baby, formerly of Lawtey, are
Ilene Atkinson Tuesday night.
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY now living with Mr. and Mrs. W.
a Mr. and Mia. Earnle Johnson A. Kirkland. Arvla Kirkland Is .
n ; and children, of Lake Butler, now employed here. Mrs. Arvis & Boy'sSHOES
Home Grown 'were dinner guests of Mr. and
CORN Doz dOc Kirkland and baby visited relatives
Mrs. H. B. Stokes Sunday. I
6.. Golden Bantam In Georgia from Friday until -
Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday. Sz. pr. 1
: C. L. Atkinson Sunday Included Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger of .
Fresh Field Peas 25c Misses Marguerltte and Marie McKinney Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Gen 3lbs. Leaton Morgan Jr., 'and M. Bradley last weekend. Sandals for ChildrenSz.
Donald Conner, of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis had as
Bernice, Arthur, and Willie Ann Sunday supper guests. Mr. and 4-8 95c pr. dry cleaning
Moody, of Penney Farms Mrs.\ Marcus Reddish at HeUbronn

Dreft t or Vel, Ig. pkg. 31c ler Miss, was Hazel visiting Dukes friends, of Lake and But-relatives Springs.Mr.. and. Mrs. J. A. Bouvier were HANDBAGSWere will cool off

9 here Sunday. in Tallahassee Sunday and Mon- $5 Now''$1.95
Mr. and Mra. Pervls Hazen and day to attend the graduation e.J- Jour SpltS
children, of Ocala, were visiting erclses of Florida State Univer-
Grits or Meal, 5 Ibs. 39c relatives and friends here last sity. Their granddaughter Miss Girl's DRESSESSz.

week.Mr. Betty McRae of McIntosh received -
., and Mrs. Raymond Crews her degree at that time., V l
y and daughter. Marglesue, were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lang and Enjoy cool comfort, while maintaining '

Coca-Colas 6 for 25c weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. children of Lake Worth and 'John : that well-pressed, Impeccable
O. W. Barry. Mynlhan and daughters. Joan and Ladies DRESSES look. We give your suits a scientifiC
Mr. and Mrs E. J. Lewis Miss Nancy, and Mary Wells of Jack- t that
Ivamae Lewis and Jean and Ed- sonville were visitors of Mr. and 2 PC. 3.85 dirt-free, odor-free cleaning: job J
u ward Endicott were visiting Mrs. Mrs. J. C. Wallace! during the actually restores and rejuvenate I
Ollie Andrew at Lake Butler past week. fabrics and colors; makes suits fed
4 Smoked Bacon lb.: 49c Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Manassa Ladies DRESSES as cool as they look. Defeat the heat-
I service
and children. Cell and George, Start using our dry cleaning
Radiator Shop Jr., of Atlanta have been vlaltlng 1.95-2.95-3.95 today.
Mr .and Mrs."W.
Q Strtngfellow
"33" Bleach 13c Roland M.\. Stuart, well-known here, and relatives In Starke, PHONE
qt. '
pilot and Instructor at Conway since Tuesday of last week. NICK'S 315Temp'
I. ; l.la Airpark, has opened a radiator I Accompanied by J. D. Scott of ROUT. n11
shop In quarters behind the Union Gainesville ]11'. and Mrs. Richard '*
Bus Station. Mr. Stuart Is equip. Markham went to Caryvllle last ,
All Bread 2 for - 25c ped to handle all types of radia- Thursday to attend the funeral of Bargain House Owner !! ,
tor repairs, radiator recortng and a relative. Mrs. Nancy Scott of Are.
cleaning, for auto, trucks, and CmryrUle'returned to her horn at ,
Lrac ton. .that time after having been the .

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-.--. s day of last week for extended : -- -- i
r I an coming here recently from Inter- e e. + . . . Brook-
:Mrs Hazel Grlffia to
visit with Mrs. lachcn over
Lambert's parents have taken an .1
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May. the home of Mr. and apartmentat Mrs. M I Church News LAWTEYllv Clay HillBy lie Moslcya one afternoon. Letters I

L. Watterson.Mr. from Shirley: Mosley and her
'I't'ney Mrs. Della Dyal and Mrs. Alma
I""" I. C . and Mrs. H. B. I I.. II. Flitch Lure Uurltt'Iohr: picture Also Dorothy Manning,
. Saxon had as their guests last Wiggins I I I a . .
Joe Pine Level Iunra, l'i I'b.
Wiggins Mrs. Geo. Williamsand BaptistsTo Mildred and I have word f
week :Mrs Jessie Soulli-y
Rodgers of . I I I
a a
Lna lx.mb-.rdo- and two son ,Howell Dick and wife have a
Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Clay spent Sunday : Hear ExOutlawThe KoicniiooKH slIn'1-:1): Padgett !
and Anthony of Parker Mrs. In Jacksonville visiting: Mr. and The herein I sweet baby girl.
fancy Iris Glebeig and children Lawtey farmers market Is fondly "- 'all yontrrla.v'i -
arrived last weekfur of High Springs. Mrs. Leo Wiggins and other relatives public la Invited to hear a. busy plnce this week. The % Hiiinmer and! ri>jolf<> with the I If you have trouble with beans f r

!aSB Mrs Hazel Perry Friends of Thos. F. Brown will and friends. They were accompanied and. see Bill Mills, ex-outlaw from farmers are harvesting Fordhook binds In this golden xiumnrr day boiling over lImas or any other, 1
and I Ia:8d learn home by little Marie Texas at the Pine Level Baptist beans and they are bring graded In June 'I when you put then on put in apiece i
returnedfrom regret of the death ()this ,
: )'. Hicks Wigging, who returned to her Church. Wednesday night, June at the market before being nhipped. I of butter. Try It, they
a week's visit In sister Mrs. Ivey last week In home in Jacksonville after aweek's 18 at 8 o'clock. A car was loaded on Monday "Oh, the days of summer glad won't boll over. t

I with her uncle and aunt Miami., Frank Mr. and attended Mrs. the Brown funeral an.1son. visit with her grandpar The Rev. W. E. Hall pastor of and another on Tuesday. and pure and brlRhtGold..n The country now Is beautiful In ,
Hicks. ents. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wigginsand the Prices about with the sunshine, full of
V averaged
O and church gays "See him demon $2 pet Nebraska. Last week it snowed
were accompanied home
J Mrs. sweet delight.
e Hlnson. son of Mrs. Brown's Ida Maxwell. strate the Red.Heifer or Whipping hamper. and It did not hurt my early gar
i 3r! Henry Hlnson is Betty and Louise Weeat granddaughters of Miami Mrs. LInnle D. Seley left Friday Bat. He also will ahow the electric ItE'n''II.L itEmSfon.t Filled with scent of, roses and theblrdllr.g's den The birds are Ringing and I
from a ton- for an extended visit with chair songs I we have
nicely and tell how he saw IS nesting. am busy
clog who will spend part of their sum- forget the revival Oh, for of
services daya s u m mer,
In Shady her brother-in-law anti my .
performed I sister, Mr. men die in It. He spent 25 averaged two funerals a week for
vacation years "
y here.
1 mer starting at the Baptist heart ever longs.
Iwpltal last week. and Mrs. E. R. Dyal In Cocoa. behind prison bars." some time. I had a sweet letter
f Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Preller, Church next Monday June 10.
Mrs. I* R. Lambert! Mrs J P. Johnson Is "Come and This Is the chorus of I from Mrs C. A. Cox of Miami.
nd Thurs originally from New York but upending; bring your boys and The Rev. W. H. Edwards, pastor I a song
gton, D C. arrived' several weeks In Mayport with girls" Rev. Hall urges. of North Pleasant Grove Baptist sang when a child. I nave taught: She wants my apron pattern and
her daughter, Mrs. Merle enjoys my writing. Clod bless heranil
Rahme Church will be tho evangelist.Mrs. It to all my school children no
I would love to
and family. every
I Methodist Church Joyce Futch spent last matter where. How sweet wasyesterday's hear from morn. Love across the rr-
Mr. and Mrs. Luther: Watterson summer and. I like
YNER'S MARKET spent Subject for the Saturday and Sunday In Ormoiul many miles'
Monday shopping In Sunday morning to think of every child being as Lura.
I I Jacksonville.Miss sermon In the First Methodist visiting her aunt Mrs J. L. happy as I.

June Johnson, who Is em- Church will be "Rekindling En- Jones.W.. For a Urn at Clay Hill It was
WALNUT ST. STARKE, FLA. thusiasm". C. Woolen and Wayne
S. ployed in
223 Jacksonville spent the dry, then rains came to refresh
past weekend here with her parents At the evening hour Billy Smith Woolen wero guests of friends, In the earth. There was a week of ': it
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Johnson.A of Starke will preach his first ser- St.. Petersburg last weekend. meetings at Long Branch Church :, TI I
I mon on the subject of }(r.. Carrie Shipp of Jacksonville and school Is out. I have
number of "Youth and announcement
A _ _ Hampton young
its was visiting her father J.
people attended the party and: Challenge", based on the of the graduation of o t
miscellaneous shower honoringMr. scripture 1 Tim. 4:12.: lie has H. Howe, last Tuesday.Tho three of my boys from high schoolat

and Mrs Thomas Trlest, at : just returned from the annual conference Rev C. B. North returnedto Baldwin. They are Jimmy
GroceriesLux the home of Mr. and Mrs. FredS. i of the Methodist Church I Lawtey last Sunday afternoon I Wilkinson Billy Wilkinson and
Dodd at Mldlakea Saturday and will give a report of the I after attending the annual con- Leon Carter. I am so proud of '

night. Mrs. Trlest is the former youth activities and their accomplishments ference of the Methodist Churchin them. I'

Miss Inez Neal of Keystone. He is president of the St. Petersburg. Rev. North Richard Lang and family have

Palmolive Miss Selma Sapp of Starke has Garfield Evans Sub District. The I was reassigned to Lawtey for the moved back to their farm near ALL MAKES
Allsweet Oleo been visiting her sister, Mrs. pastor the Rev. W. J. Churehwell. ensuing' year and all his friendsare Fred Lang. It Is the old Lnng

Toilet Soap Carlton Chastain, this week. urges everyone to come out find congratulating him upon bin homestead. I have word that the Work Guaranteed I' t
Bars 29c 39c Ib.Kingan's hear this young man. return. former Gladys Carter hits named

3 Prayer meeting each Wednesday I Benton and Mary Julia Futchare her baby girl Diana Gale I have Quick Serr.iceEASTERN
"The Dark Mirror"At 8 p. m. Church School each In Miami this week as guestsof a letter from Bernice Wilkinson,
Tall Milk Pure Lard Park Sunday"The Sunday 10 a. m. Mrs. J. J. Hancock. who taught at Clay Hill with me AUTO t

Mrs. Will Edwards and Miss and many winters before. She SUPPLY
3 Cans 35c 4 lb. Carton 99c Dark Mirror", hailed by At The Tabernacle Enza. Blanchard entertained the 118 married to W. F. Ut ey and STAUKE'=, FLA.

critics as one of the outstandingfilms young people's. class of the Methodist lives In Gainesville. She will con-

| RINSO, DUZ, Smoked Bacon of recent months, will be Several of the evening servicesat Church School In the Sun- tinue her studies at tho University -
shown at the Park Theatre Sunday the Tabernacle were held out day Schoul annex lust Friday and graduate. Congratula
(YDOL, Lge. 33c Piece or Sliced Monday, and Tuesday. Head of doors recently, beneath the night. done and happy days I have a

59c lb. ing the outstanding cast are Olivia star-studded canopy of the heavens Miss Marguerite Wainwright nice letter from Elgin; Padgett,

No.2 Tomatoes .. de Havtlland, academy award winner which was very refreshing. who attended Florida State Uni our cafeteria cook. All are fine
and Lew Ayres. Heading the The message Friday evening versity In Tallahassee la home and she had been visiting/ with i

2 Cans 27c GOOD GROUND supporting cast Is the well-known waa brought by the assistant Pas for a short( visit with her pnr

BEEF, lb. 39c character actor Thomas Mitchell. tor R. J. Gomes and there were ents Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wain- YOU'RE
DIXIE LILY The Park's double feature offerIng several musical numbers renderedby wright Miss Wainwright expects

Grits for next Tuesday and Wednes- the young people. The Satur- to return to Tallahassee fur the EXPERTSERVICE LUCKY
day will be "You Can't Cheat an day Youth Meeting was enhancedby first session of summer school.

5 Ib. Bag 42cSUGAR BACON, lb. 33c Honest Man" featuring W. C. the presence of Dr. N. A. The Methodist Youth Fellow- a you may escape injury In an

Fields, Edgar Bergen Charlie McCarthy Thompson of Piedmont' Bible ship attended a union meeting of
Round Loin T-Bone and Rochester; coupled School, Wlnston-Salem, N. C., the Garfield Evans Union at Gold accident, but you can't escape '

or with "Rustler's Valley" starring who brought a fine inspirational Head, Branch State Park last. financial obligation. t
89c STEAK lb. 55c William Boyd. message to the young people. Dr. t
10 lb. Bag Monday night. Young people attended -r
For Friday and Saturday. June Thompson also spoke at the Sun- the meeting from Starke Inquire about Automobileand r

I 20, 21. the double bill will be "A day morning hour on 2 Samuel, Lawtey, Waldo and Melrose. t
And Prompt Game of Death" with John Loder 9th chapter which was timely and The Rev. G. V. Lee and thebfisses Accident Insurance. F
ill 1159 For Free Delivery
helpful. While here Dr. Thompson
and Audrey Long; and "Chip of Grace Crews Marycllle Charley; E. Johns
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Barbara Moore and Jean
Merchandise At The the U" with Johnny Mack Darley,
trvice. Quality Flying J. T. Quigley sponsors of the Doris Austin are attending/ the Agency

Brown and those famed cowboy Tabernacle.The assembly at Stetson University In Chas. C. Phone IS BTARKR.: FLA. l lN
west Prices. troubadours of radio The Texas Delegation of Christian Deland this week.

Rangers. Educators Business Laymen and Miss Enza Blanchard the assistant ShepherdAt I-I' ; 1
Interested friends are meeting all postmaster Is spending her '

planned to discuss the matter of vacation In Melrose with her aunt, Gay's Service Station

Christian education and suitable Mrs. J. J. McLeod. I Riprtaantlna. THa TRAVCLKM Hertford
locations for the establishment of Mr. and Mrs. N. n. mocker of I y j jI

WHAT'S THIS Fundamental Christian training Atlantic Beach, we're guests of I I
centers and places where Christian Mrs. Blocker's parents Mr. and

groups can meet for conferences Mrs. A. II. Harley over the week- r I
i, NEW AUTOMA1 nc WAY OF etc.There Let Us Install You MODERN IS AT II ROOM

are many outstanding end.Mrs.. Jim Sanders and son, Jim-
SAVING MONEY ? leaders present from Florida and rule have returned to their home Or Remodel and Modernize Your Present One

various other southern states In Fort Myers after spending two
present to participate In this weeks with her brother and. sis .. f

rte a Apr q meeting. ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.* C. A. ONE TO TIIRKE YEARS I

ley McSwaln.
Christian ChurchServices Dean Harley of Gainesville IK TO PAY NO DOWN I
visiting his grandparents, Mr. and
\ for Sunday at the First Mrs. A. It. Harley, this week. PA yJI BNT
Christian Church as announcedby i
fis F the pastor the Rev. J. B. Dixon -
Barnes In the Rising section last
I : School Sunday. CALL lit OR SEE US AT 3.13 TEMPLE'= AVENUE
10 a. m. Bible ;

11 a. m. sermon subjec. "Fath-

t er's Day"; CAKE S Shull Plumbing. & HeatingSTARKE J
8 p. m. "The Heart of the Gos .

pel"; FLA.
SAVINGS All friends and members urgedto ,
8UY US.OiMPS attend.


Sunday School Sunday 10:00: a. m. NAKED SPECIAl.
R. B. Alvarez & Son
Morning'Prayer and Sermon! 11 For Weddings Birthdays, ,

a. m. etc. I

Evening Prayer Friday and Bible Class LAPPE BAKERY Transfer & Storage Co.

7:30: p. m.

What is the Bond-a-Mc nth) Plan ? Rev. S. W. Creasey Phone 179 t.

I I I I s I NOW! Here is a soothing

Pine Level and effective treatment for 0

We operate local and long

Millions of Americans are building finanial the Bond sen ds it to you and deducts riy Mr*. II. M. McRoe ATHLETE'S FOOT! Moving: and distance
balance. Anywhere IDS
the purchase price from your I a I I I I I IPlag"
security through regular purchases the State of Florida.
*f U. is watch the Bonds Too IET aLL THUS HELM FIRM
; S. Savings Bonds on the Payroll All you hay e to do Rev. W. E. Hall filled his regular '
Savings Plan. at Pine Level ,
pile upt! appointment Church last with 1-1. pn..Mlp ....1... .._....... Ads Fast Careful Moving 1
Now-:for the first time-the millions Don't forget, these U. S. Savings Bonds Baptist 194 present for Sunday Sunday Schoolat ......_ (s.hINp. t-41 kill... .H fIVI mlIk ,
of *rviiajl wMih iiMMlly ArhlaM'l laM
Americans payrolls make.
who are NOT on are the sa I slaving t Investment you can 10 o'clock. M .__. J- ..IIMI.... H<. fca*, I..i. ....- -{
can enjoy the same convenient, automatic interest- Mrs. Alma Starling and children .... p.npkMlw' aN whkh Ahl.VIII ...... *af TRY TO KEEP IN STOCK
" through the BOND-A-MONTH Plan. They pay a :mighty generous W. B. and Joan spent part ..... Ind -..... 4-1' ....-.. To Build Repair Remodel
for every $75 you save today, you get of last week In Jacksonville with -..... .. t-.. -..... _"... .. ../prAk 0 Everything or
All you need for this plan is a checking; back $100 i in j list 10 years. And they help her lon-ln-law and daughter. Mr. ., _- ,- .Nd .e l..r. Asphalt

"count. Here' how it works: and Mr Grady Nettle While Th. tenon N.u r..b.IM. I It to ./.rdrt Innlming BLOCKS
keep Amencaou financially strong. I Arhl.i., foot n thu it m ic ..h..o CONCRETE
Y authorize the bank in which you there she attended the revival Mil of id. trouble by Mlmm ill HVE of Iks.rsTrim
have Savings See bank r today for full details.Hell meeting at Berea Baptist Church.Mr. ch. CAfnimm fungi t* ltl? Thn' tttnMrindttUMJ. ......... .. .. ..___
| a checking account to buy your ,plant mold> sod pltaul.lnd ltrev f
the sure and Mri. Russell Thomas" : Hardware
help start saving ihriv m hoc pvripirina; fwr. 8r hrtm
to you
onds for you. be glad and children were visiting Mr. l..... NvuralMlm it .#/ ."/". in twlptnii k.vpdown Tool.* READY MIXED
autom;atic c way-on the BOND-A- .._,.. pcnpiraifon.. further, In
Every month, the bank buys a Bond in steady, Thomas' parent. Mr. and Mr.. ......h.n., analgetic, .inffrrdicm work FASt Brick
the MONTH Plan. Herman Thomas, In the RUIng to rtli. .r. pan and furling. Ahingleli, ; CONCRETE : t
amount you have selected r section Sunday. Helps' Qua," Agolnat .-,,,,... ... IKmtlngllywood _______SSSSrrSSSSStSSSSSSSS.. I. I

\ Mrs. Vollle Starling of Starke Treat roar for to rub with' 'Naurabalm: : to '
off lh funal and ID help a
kill was vlsltinjf Mil Robert Myrick I painful and wrioua caM horn .....Iup.o.. "nde': Dozier & alnts. J
fe ; U.S. S lings Bonds Thursday afternoon of last week.' Nnirabalm' i I. ......hll..1 to uu I ll !I.<... fablnrttWall Gay I
the \vay-vvitfi .
automatic lh ,& n cl.in and rafrnhed" la miIna "*- b rd
easy Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor and I noo-MKky Horn out van th. ......
little daughter Charlene were) bli.l' .ff nor d..,..,u...... (..l a bntIfa Stepping Atone /test For The South"
today and ata how ttuicklf il hrml. .. .... .
dinner guests of Mr. and, Mr. armlhinit. w lcnrrur r.h.f And dir.cll:na in Lumber a n.e.e..enrn. I
Fred RoilS and children Sunday j I ..., 5. ".........
FLORIDA BANK At ST\RKE< d top.IIl is l"<. "t. and'I.1J bNtln
at Starke.A "h._,f,rrlr...athlr ar<...... .".... karf ",| ANN I S Building Supplies .
large group from here enjoyed ft lanlMra. Yuan ilcDInf' IIIR.NEURA'BALM.
Member Florida) National Group: a fish fry at Sampson Lake INC.: I 1
Saturday night.
Member Federal Deposit Insurance i iV. I III. Corporation Mle Gwendolyn and Shirley Depot & Pleasant& Sts. Gainesville, Fla.

:!::lao V'ere dinner guest of .iu Mi f ivi D> t>. COMMON t mnrroot Phones 217-218 P. O. ito+c 591

reelal .nI.,1.... Ii ".may p p.e..e 5a4 Ahwr/d.t .C- I I Moves .Lucille and Eva Mae, I f..M.I ON C9.. ct : i. ; ...:......- -'

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IX 4-IIH'I'IT 1'1/1'IIT. IIII\l>Ff>RIcoixri >,r' WIlnAHH my hand and nfflcktlNenl .lily 14, 1IM7' In the above named. II July 14. 1947, In the, above named I N
', FLOU11)IY" >> ( IIASThrmlora nt Htiirko, Florida, thin c'f.iirt and cause, wherein plaintiff Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I
I .;le t". I' 4. mi?, iOKFU'IAti Jun"l seeks dlvol'ce.I Bradford County seeks divorce Bradford County J
(1. Moner Plaintiff, VH ( REAL) A.;.J; .* Tolofcraplt shall publish thus Order Telegraph shall publish this Order ,, h d 'M
John W bloscr, Defendant 'IUD I''AH Clerk! of sold I 1 COiirtv In next four wookly' iHHueeVltncnM In next tour weekly Issues.
R No :"iIH9OUDIOR;( 1C van T. nvniiM, ?l.nw F:'hnnifo I \ my hood and official Witness my hand, and offirlelsoul r "
f, i; OF PI'nLlCATIOM, : Itlilir. JnrksnnvlllepKlatty will at Kliirkc, Florida. this June nt Hrarke Florida thin lunilllh.
r 'g7 tL :Vlinr'rn 'IT, > APPIIAR] \ for 1'lf f 8-U 4t 7-4 Ilih' 1947.uth'FICIAt.. .. 1 47OKFICTAI. A Dt
!STATK OF FLOrtlDX: John W. I 1:11: ,\I.) A. J. Thomas, ( SEAL) A. J, Thomas
}? Munt-r viliiiHii residence .IH unknown.you 'IY ciiuiir l'oll1'r. Jill tuFnnn AH Clerk of mild. Couit.Mv .. AH Clerk (if MlIII CouilKy .
... 'iuiUlri'il| in. npiviir, ml i f'ul'\'rV. 1"1.01110'11" \>- I t.iKllle C Conner r> C. Lui-lll. C. Conner I". C
July" 14, 1147 In the stave nuiiiii'l f niiv. /.nth I'''nllla clalneHVlllo FlnrirhtAtty. Zilch Houarlarf UalneHVllle. Fla. (
l Cue rt and cnu en. where plaintiff / (lily W. Tie Fruhn, I'lrilntlCf. \... for 1'lf 6-13 4t 7-4 Ally. for 1'lf. 8-1:! fl( 7 4o'r.'I'
KeekM divorce Dradfiird CountyTelearaph Ada. I.H Frehri Derendant, Case __ _
IIhalpllbll..h\ thin OrderIn
No. 6704 rinri'rr rotmr.! 1I""UFonn
ix x
four weekly" IHMIHHWllneHH I st
, my luind and nfflMnlseal ANI) NOTICE TO APPEAR C'OI"'I'Y. Notice. I. hereby given thai the
et Starke Florida. this Jun. I 8TATK Of 10'1.1 IRIIJA to: A ktt 8. 1947. >. Krwhn, whose residence and adI Cane with
Dufelidunt. will meet
OFFICIAL. snvt!' ) A. J. Thomas< dress In Unknown. Mchutt ford County. Florida ,
'l711,1 As Clerk' nf Hnlil (Ct.uit. I van, am required to itppeiir on No. 5713... Elt 0.. PtJ'RLICATIO:< the Board 01 County CoimnlnHfonern. -
I / py: J. ('. Durrance, Law Exchange Ilmar.Jaoknonvllli July 14. 1947, In the above named xXCTICM 10 APPEAR of Raid. County In the Of- I
I" i; a for >:ltl". 8-13 4t 7.1qi 'Court, and cause, wherein:. 'plnln-..:.. BTATF: OF FLORIDA to: oiivettHihutt flee of the Clerk of Circuit Court''
mi Atty tilt seeks dtvnrcH Tlrudford ( .nIYI
is l Box IU.I.b..on. ,
\ whose residence
Telegraph Blmll publish thin O'd"r'It at Htarke, Florida, at 10:00 o'clockA
Illlnolaire '
iv clnrl'1'r'ollEr.. 1111 411FOIID" I next four weekly )ixsuvs r" lul-- to tnpear on M July 7th, A. D. 1947 for the
h 1,1 rol'N'I'Y, Fl.oul0.IY" >> l'11.Y1 WitnMKH nv hand and nfffintseal .Tilly 14 '1947< In the above named purpose of hearing; complaints and SIIED RESII NEW
KHY.rteoiKe l at Htarke "lurlda, thin June
k .. I Court tips cause, vh. r''X }.aln- receiving testimony an to the value
M FottlallOR, F'llllntlff. VKMarfoula 7, 1947.OFFICIAL tiff. ; saeke .'lotiBrndfu',1: .vuntTelegraph ,
fit. Foklanon, Defendant. ( SEAL, ) A. J. Thomas .!.a;. publish this ':-tier' of any property teal or personal S p CI
CHHI: No. fiUUfl, AH rork| of Maid Court. >'n next four weekly IsNuen ax fixed by the mild' County AvNenn- pRl I I
I ORDIlll: OF Pt'nLICTION: 1. H. Harrison Law Exchange,
I Witness my hnnd and official or of Taxes on his Assessment Roll ,.
s cqi Pr li STATIC K FIXJ11IDA to- Maifoilln Atty. for Pit S-U 41 7-4 II. 1947OFFICIAL. of perfecting, receiving and rt
1 \ ha Foklnnort hone renldence and ndilrenH equalizing( Much aHHeiMinentH The a ,
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, |
''f9 A yi .. IH' l 1010 of PatmniiH, llreetvV iv (111(11'r OIIIT... nil toFon0 An Clerk of said Court. County Assessor of Taxes. and theHoaul &.
tri required to appear. on fOIMI'l." .'ltllIX __II'\- I Mv Lucille C Conner,. n C.Zach of County {"mml..lon..r.n1l1Y
June 14, 1947. In the above namud'
continue In session from day
('KHV.Huruh I>oiiKla, UalneHVlll Fla
Court ..and divorce came., Hriidford wherein plaintiff MoKonmlf. 1>'Plaintiff v". Ally for I'lf. 8-13 4t 7.4 to day. for one week or an lung
rS .] 1. Defendant Cane aa nerennary.All YOUR USED TIRES "
Teli'wra-ih shall publish this Order t sst McKenzie -- persona. owning proJ.rty..ul>- Group (ourPurchases
44V In next four weakly. I Issues. No. 5707.OKL Of iv nun'IT col'IIr. nit/titponit ject to assessment In Bradford.
Y( KR NOTIPW pmiiTPATlOV TO APCI2AIISTATK : c01'NT'Y PMIIIIUA. IX CIIAX- County, Florida, are notified to appear ARE WORTH MORE AT
V OF FLOIilllA toJ. ""HlJ <'F.I'V.WIIII"m. at such meeting or meetlnwM
Claude Mlnry. Plaintiff y*. to make such complaints or give
McKenzie, whose resldum and theVirefOne
Q I, W.C.T.V. address are unknown. Marie. Mlnty. hone residence IH 72Hunderllnhaul Huch testimony as to the value of r t: on
s Concord, North real personal aifixed
; f Von are required to appear on orbefore Road any property or ,
July 14th. 1947, In the above Carolina... by the County assessor of.
6 Cane N. 6714.OBfF.R Taxes upon hla Assessment Roll >a
namfd Court
It may be contrary to the and cause, wherein OF. prnLICATION .
I they uenlre.Olven
Moek KradfordCounty may .
11 lit" of nature, but wild oats.) plaintiff divorce ANI/ NOTICK' TO APPEAR by order of the Board of
I I and old rye produce the some Order In Telegra; next Pour:h weekly I publish:INHUPS.thin STATE OF FLORIDA to, Evelyn 'County CommlHHlonars. ) of PTadforiCounty We Need Thousands Rf EASYPLAN
) ; I Witness my hand and offlrlHl Mlnry! whose residence 'In 72 Hunderllnhaul Florida, June 2nd A. D
1q I y kind of crop. .seal at atarke, Florida thin 9th 1 Itoad! Concord 1' NorthCarolina. 'I 1947 Used Tires! You'llBo
Yl ) S, (Kollglou TeleHcupe" day of June 1947.IOFFICIAL You are. required to appear on (SISAL. ) A. J. ThomanClerk. 11. B UI) G ETLI1IEfAL
( HEAL A. J.
:S OopliMl. from Florida O".dNewll. Att Clerk of said. )Court. Thomas e Amazed at the

ti't' f .) nv Ijllrlll C. Conner D. f*. .
S'" John ,I. Henderson I3s>|., at. Augustine. FEET }'
fy u R ehi Atty. for Pit. 8-13 4t 7-4

Your TRADE-IN R.li.v.s Driving I"otigllt/ ,
iv rinrrir DIRT nittuFnnnCOIVFl. Keep Happy
-. KI.OHIUt. IX lll\\- ALLOWANCEYou'll J
1'KIIV.Hlrh -

M G712 WllllaniH;Williams. I : Defendant.Plaintiff. vs Cane, ttnby No. r 40 G Low AS Get on New ; ",'

1 STATE OF FIX3IUDA! tat Ruby ( De Luxe t
? R ', M Williams, whose residence U Champions
unknown.You PRICES
are required to appear on
July 14 1947, In the above named i
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff A WEEK
"While Wait"
neekf divorce. Bradford County We Specialize In You Come In and equip your car for summer Si'

HOWDY FOLKS: There'll the Telegraph shall publish this Order driving and vacation trips. You can't
in next four weekly' Issues. afford to mice till opportunity to buy CAR
buHlnrM. who main.
man stoutly Wltnesn my hand and official
SHOE REPAIRING Tinstone De Lore: Champions at a big saving! We need used 2.13
taint that the Mat. place toy neal at Htarke Florida thin June ) CUSIIIO"i<<
,;r 1 lit h. 1947.IOFFIc1AL. tires for retreading and,even If your tires are only partly
) hold the World's Fair lit. around Attractive, loft shaped to
HEAL) A. J. Thomas,
the waist. An Clerk of Raid Court. 116 So. Walnut St. Next To Hollingsworth worn you'U save money by trading- them In now. Don't put- it flt the bade wIth comTort.
nv ruHlle C Conner n. c. Made for long wear
f'lms. H. Hess, 20 .1I5 lloalty IHilliIInir -
w "What In Chemlxtry'ii greatest ', .luukknnvillo, Florida.
Atty. for Pit. a-13 4t 7.4
contribution to the world?"

n' "BlondcH." I1* 4"lnr"IT roi'nr, nnAnronn THEATRE
y eIy e COUNTY CKIIY.' FLORIDA." IX CII1X: : II( STARKE for Sefel y4 Sake Protect Home and Car New

i forcers "Have I done him any Thelmu' Player Plaintiff' vs. Warren '"1r .t'Ont
damage?" IJb'lC\IlItNl| Managers C. Player, Defendant Cane No. SOS

1 If "No, but keep swinging/ the 5711.ORDER OF PPBMCATIOV: Sunday. :Monday June 15 16 FireExtinguisher SUPREME "" "
)bn draft him col ." ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR "'"
p may give a <
xj.u f. Player, whose residence and ad. "THE SHOCKING MISS PILGRIM"Betty

t ? .,i flabby "But why choose lemon dress la %Hospital Htiperlntendent, Washington, BulntKllinbetlm ", PLUGS

+ for 't ur dress' color" WHeyt SI. D. C. Grable Dick Haymes 9.50
f "If so hard squeezing tho You are required to appear on g *
1 July 14 1947 In the above named
price' out of you" Court and cause" wherein plaintiff I Tues. Wed. Thurs. June 17 18 19 aA QO Bafa for electrical V9C
r t; I i ijf't ?Meek divorce 'and custody of minor: SUN .scnt...( fires. Will not .....

) Hut vO'I'1I'nt've.' .. have to rhIM..shall. puhlliih Bradford thli County Order Telegraph In, next "DEAD RECKONING" Enjoy new driving com leak fluid won't .. -
{ squeeze: your purse to get our four weekly laHueM."Wltnenn fort. IUm1n&tel glare re- eVl1 10rato. Holds //r
.. ...
my hand l andofficial' dne-e 0". sw +. ,?** *!. U
y t A-I Serlvloe. Gas, oil, and lub- Real at Starke, Florida, lhl.. June Humphrey Bogart Lizabeth Scott
1'1"(;' en that adds mllen and 11, 1947. .
M (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A..t. Thom-;...,
1' mllcit to the life of your car. An Clerk, of pail Court. Friday Saturday June 20 21
rive In for service with atnmttf ny Luollln C. Conner. D. C. Pay As Low .As 1.25 A Week
J. H. Harrison, Law Exchange nidar. DOUBLE FEATURE"
p luf f 4 !. .Tarkaonvllle. Fla.
Atty. for PIt 8-13 4t 7.4
Get Instant and
starting nn
GULF OIL PRODUCTS iv rmrriT roinr. nil U FOnn Starrett (The Durango Kid) ;:re.one your battery. Eap.clill7oglnetred

Washing. Polishing rotlXTV KI.OUIUA." IX tHAN And"BLONDES for tods?*! bilk

r # N ri Greasing CKKY.Andrew: R. Martin Plaintiff va, ttOW9QnStCPyy! octane gaeoUne' ,
Florence A Martin, Defendant.
fi Cane No. 117111.OnDER HOLIDAY"Penny RADIO
Temple & Lake OF P1TBL.ICATIOV:<

Service Station BTATR AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to. Flor- Singleton Arthur Lake

tuna A. Martin whose residence ,IMtil Larry Simms 2C.95
Phone 179 Maple. Avenue, Irvington, New GtoncJea/

Jersey.You are required, to appear on Includes such big-set feature as antonuiUo volume control lot Fathtr't Day
J and dynamia speaker. Built-in antenna cuts down
U't SAPia static. Five tubes including rectifier Smart Ivory finish

TA. Miracle Plastic that. Can't Wear Out
"9 Gt .

Contrary J' \ firestoneVEI.OIV'

r To Reports Circulated SCREENING Srhl..k.SU'EIt; SHAVER

The! twin 18.O.
heads give
1 !C Hu
.% et quicker closer shsiti.
smooth loDf-llfs motor
Can't rust, corrode streak .
The Price of Gas painting m stain!and Never wipes requires clean

instantly with a damp

Gift Suggestions To Our Metered Customers cloth. "

In..I.teJ with" _.

w l Hats .
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Stetson & Etchison I Is Not Advancing Faucet


) tl O Shoes \ .

I tfr a k Florsheim and We Appreciate Our Starke Business And TIRES 5.95Haa
Crosby Square Will Continue To Serve You:0

.I1! tt' a F, 1 ;e Slack Suits :: ) BRAKE I RELINING stopper all that espaDIIOD dU arc Cold'Jib"tn'

w I, Arrow Shirts WHY BUY YOUR TANK? -- \\Ve Furnish The and hundreds, of Seeps liquids Hot ot

I t ) a i s j t Ties Complete System And Then We Have An 'Obligation HOME AND AUTO d !

Arrow and Botany SUPPLY

,6 Sox ] To Continue Serving Our Customers may be purchasedon

the Firestone

o Belts i

We Now Have In Stock A Complete Line of Refrigerators TF.'INIS IUU.sJ

9 Swim Trunks All Sizes And Automatic Water Heaters. : for 1.t0!

Heavy felt cover yttl1

Suits ber welted eeame. A } JI
w eh' BUDGET PLAN Association..d by O. S. Lass

Pajamas Call Al Hartmann Phone 52-J For Service

4J' ) Alvarez Gainesville Gas Co. FIRESTONE HOME. P. Roberts&, Owner AUTO .SUPPLYJ.

} 600 Temple Avenue : : Phone: 69
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or four times as much as he paidIn STATE OP
FLORIDA William Seal' lit Starke
1829 or 1940. Everything that D. Hutson whose last known res!. I1. U47. Florida thlll' May ",>Ia l David N'esbltt. whoso residence
goes Into making a and dance and address ll aeneralUna OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas IP unknown JL.rsdtrw ,
crop Dellvery Sbtth
SS1FY preparing Charleston Caro A. Clerk of said Court. You are required to appear on
it for market has sharply By Luplllo C Conner D. C. July 7. 1947 In the above named "
advanced In price. You are required to appear on Zach H. Douglas, Qalnesvllle, FU.. Court and cause' wherein plaintiff FronVwhere I Jae Marsh
Supplies or< before sit..6y
and June 23rd 1947. In the Atty. for rif. 6-2S 4t 6-13 seeks divorce and i custody, of minor ,
1 Kay machinery, crate and packaging .bovo. named Court and cause, children liradford Countv "el.- '
wherein' Plaintiff seeks divorce graph shall publish this Order In. I'
farmer's bed of roses materials fertilizer irrigation Bradford County Telegraph. shall I'I ruirriT cornT. nu\i rnitn 'next four weekly Issues. I
k equipment-all have publish this Order In next four ('01"1''', PI.OUIIIA. l Witness ,
beans gone up In > ('II \::01'fI my hand and official
bed of green weekly issue. ( :"V. seal nt Starke Florida, this June Here's to
sweet corn or price.But Wltneas my hand. and official,. Eric Williamson Plalntlf, v*. Vlr- 5. 1a7.OFFICIAL> ""I {
pper9 aanl .t Starke 'lorlila,, thla 10th trel "Williamson. efemlant. Cue \
not a bed of the matter of finding ( SEAL A. J.
Ules19 a ot May. 1947. No. D651. : ) Thomftl.
way you figure. profitable market Is the real prob. A"('Ftt'IAI.Clerk: ot SEAL. ) A. J. Thomas. ORDER OF PURLJCATfc'I'AND : l As 1'y' Clerk Lucille of c,said Conner Court D. C. the Women-Folk! I IThere. II
know a little bitEurfwe lem. Each season he finds competition By Lucille C.said Court. NOTICE) TO APPEAR J. C. Durrance,, I.nw Exchangeitlelg -tea I
F1 a little stiffer. The Plor- John J. Henderson Conner E.< ,D.St.C. STATE OF FLORIDA to,: Vlrtrcl Jacksonville, Via. 4t ,.ar
about ld/ 1 AuausAtty. Williamson whose reslilenca ,
tine. Fla.| 1347 West Lak. a line at the heading of romfortahto but too-worn chair
but it Ida vegetable grower has to atrot: Chicago Illinois -
i"getable (Industry put for rif. 5-23 4t 6-11 IN:I nnnir (rornT nnAnrnnii I the Woman Column la my paper that we can't bear to throw away.
knowledge for his products on the market In Yon lire roqulrnl to 'UI; 'I"t, ..LOIUII.41 IM ('II" .
ppttue iv ciHrijir COURT BRADFORD appear on 'flltY.: that reads: From where I sit thorn little
we are not competition with produce from June 23rcl 1947. In the above named! ,
If COI'1tTY, i
part FLONIDAI .N SI..N.; ... Victor W. Smith Plaintiff, vs :Mnr-
a Court
e and cause wherein plaintiff "Women through the have satisfactions beeorae and I
the buslnena of grow- other sections of this country suchas 'flRY.: seeks divorce Hr ad ford the n, Hmllh. 1..t"ndHnt."ao No years more
H. for the mar- Texas and California and the v.Margaret. \1'1111"01 Llmlfom. 10. 8eU Sctacr.r Defendant Plaintiff, Telegraph ..h..1PllbllHh\ this County Older |6"6. 'I stood Keepers of the flame ." more important in this world of
quantity shipped from these areas Case NTEA/OF; > 'In Witness next four weekly Issues. ORDER NlVriCF.Of PJTIXWCATtOVAM TO AFt'WAK: Pretty easy to see what meant; strife and change Smoke rings!
I r know that this state Is steadily Increasing Then foreign ANn !:NOTICR PUBLICATION TO APPEAR soul, at Ktarke mv, .Florida and this official\May Martha 1:1'1': \TN) t>P .'r.nIlIO1'0'. :Mrs, whether It's the flame on the hearth, curling from a mellow pips; a glass

|and ships to northern competition Is even tougher Ham STATE OF FJAmlDA, to: \VI1- lath 1947.OFFICIAL. nddreHs Iff. .Nmlth Is-: rln *s''hneo lenv' re I'errs resldeiifeand the I or the candle in the window, or of beer; a comfortable chair be

ousands of carloads of Cuba and Mexico grow identical residence E Soter and vhorn addross.: last l I.known Kant Aa( Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas, Cedars. ,an Murshrtlton" required. ,, lietuwareou to the feeling of warmth that .lIrtore tho Are. And I'd lib to salute

tables each season andFa crops at the same period and Carolina Monrehead. Street Charlotte North By Lucille C. Conner. D. C. July 4. 1947. In the above appear namo.t.on round a homo the housewives"keepers of thallama"

the habit of checking: grow them cheaper.) You: are required: 91V appear on or Hlvrra' ..ioI"i'lt.Ai Anderson, preen Cove seeks Court divorce and cause llradforil,\ v.h'r'h'III.lnll". lVunt1i' ,,1-teitriiph 1 It's the women who are guardians -whose tolerance and un r-

]., know that the an- If the grower Is an Independent before named June Court 83nJ and, .cause, In the wherein above Attys. 6-93 4t 8-13 next full slinll,' weekly publish I IssuerVltneHs this, Order 1111 of the things we cherish about derstandinghelps preserve them I

I ot the crop Is approxl- his produce may arrive In New plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford .N nnrrir COI-HT. n114IFORD \ mv hnnd and "fflctnl I horaelife-who are tolerant of

[lOOOO.OOO., York or Cleveland on the same I Order County In Telegraph next four' shall weekly publish Issues.this (roi'foIIY.vrv.Helen FI.UIIIU.U I'll t'SlA\: seal IPIT.I'I.'FJ"L. .at Still'ke, Fill I Ihl* June 4, 1 ashes on the ran: the rlnl'lI. Klausof '71.A I

d then when some lucky day those markets are flooded Witness my hand and official seal' i Smith' Kennessv, ( HICAI.' ) A, J. beer can leave on tables; or the 1
the Jackpot and nets with shipments from a dozen Slav Starke 1947 Florl<1"' thin' Alb ot VM. \Vllllani. If. fc'eimussy. Defendant)rhilntlff ,N i'Ierh, ..r enid< ('our', Thun'IJI'1
i Jly T.ucllla C Conner, D C.T. .
Lsand dollars from a other sections, and that means (OpViriAL SEAL) A. J. Thomaa. Case No. 66n. Frank T.nmlruni. atarke. Fla.Altys .
tune we read about It that prices skid down to nothing. A. Clerk.. of said. Court. OnnEUP'NOT1CB\ PUIILJ'ATIOI'ANfJ TO : for I'lf 64t 6-27 Coprilf1at.1941,United Scenes Urtuien Foundation I II
Pv J.lllr..ie Conner, r>. O. APPEAR ---_ -- -'-- __.__ ., ..
f "Go h. guess I'll quit Buyers who took most any quality John E a n.. St. Aunus-, STATE OK FI.OIUD.'I'U: Wil
liam .
I1 Fe whose
tine, Florida. uneasy iesldHm
J r a living and start meie during the war years are now demanding Atty. for I'lf. 6-23 4t 6-12 and address last known In Charleston I I
farm only choice topqualitystuff. -- a. C., eo| Yellow-Diamond ,
Cab Co: *4i
La we ilon't hear about i iv cinrtir {'OI'IIT. nmnponn Yo i are requvreu to appear on I 1I t
tough breaks and I, Cot; vrv.' FLomuti C-IIAN.; ,or before July 7tn, Ills! ?, In the above It's The
:ache Pre-packaging to make his pro- ( '':1''. I named Court and ,cause wherein -I
that constantly try the duct more attractive Is another (Tattle. C. llunsuuker. Plaintiff. v... |>lalnllffc.Sfeka divorce llruil-, ', t
soul the floods Clalhorne K rluimuckcr Dofonclunt ford Countv Telegraph shall publish -
|growers headache and will be until research Case :No 5959.OnnErt this Order III next four weekly I
Ij, the wind and hall now being conducted '''re- PtTBLICATION\ Inn,,.'.. t
havoc with AND NOT1CK TO APPKArt I; Witness my nand and official
Jtbat play sults In a standard low cost method STATH OF FLORIDA to: ClAIborne seal at btarku, Florida, this Bt; h day TOTALAMOUNT a. LITTLEEVtRYDAYon
|,n wiping them out en- It .Hunsucker whose resi- of June 1947.
dence la 221 Nosh Cans Avenue, (O"'II'IAJ. MEAr.) A. J. Thomas,
The Florida Vegetable Committee Pontlae, lUchlitan. Aa Clerk of said Court I t'
want to know someut You are required, to appear. on Ivy Lucille C. Conner, D. C
the trying problems Is coming as near to a whole June 21, 1947, In the above named John J. Henderson. ESII" Ht Augustine PRICES In, ,
sale solution of all of the Florida Court and cause wherein plaintiff Fla.. Atty. for rif 4t B-a7
front every grower ask seeks divorce. Bradford. < County
vegetable producer's problems as Telegraph shall publlHh this Order
LaMonte! Craw manager In IN next four
has been done. of weekly Issues. '
Commlt- ever Composed Ki.omniCKIIY. I'll C.SI"'N
frida Vegetable Witness my hand and official' .
Stuckey of Pahokee a majority of the fresh vegetable 21.anal. 1947.I1t Clarke *Florida title' May !Maurice. R. Jackson. Plaintiff, va You For

chairman; Luther shippers and growers the Com- (OFFICIAL SISAL: ) A. J. Thomas, Viola Jackson Defendant Case No. Spend
Paul Dick- mittee is working for united action Aa Clerk of Bald Court 061)0.
of Goulds or and effort for profitable pro- By Lucille C. Conner I>. C. ORDER NOTICE OK :! PttTlLlPATlOVAND TO APPHAK Food That Counts! I
tell .
|jskin, and they can SCach H. Douglas Oal npavlll. Fla. STATE OK FLOUIDA TO10111
duction and orderly marketing of Atty. for Pit.
5.23 4t 813iv
Jackson, whose residence Is 2034
getable business gets every vegetable commodity grownIn (inrrtT roi-nr. KR%nionn South 83rd tllreet.Veet Allls, Wisconsin
the state. e'nr; "%'1'v. FLOIIIUAl IV IIIAN. :
more complex every ('I'HV. You are required to appear on ALL Prices!
11 i too big a problem for The fourth annual meeting of Betty S. Landerbnck Heath Plain- July Court 7.and 1947 cause In the wherein above plaintiff nami il Compare I

dual grower to lick allThat's the Committee will be held In Orlando tiff.Defendant.VR. William Cane No.Clarenra 663. Heath I seeks divorce, tlrndford County Ttleiiraph I

f. why smart June 16, 17, 18. Every ORDER ANn NOTICE OR1" 'PUBLICATION TO APPEAR text. four shall weekly puhllnli issues.Witness this, tinier In See How Much You Can Save On Your Total Food Bill I
fl:I over the state are get- vegetable grower in Florida should STATE OP FLORIDA to: William. my hand. and official'
aenl at Starke, Florida, thin June V,
|her and pooling their attend. The FVC if given the Clarence: er..thun who yen. residenceand 1947.

> and, experience for the support it deserves can find the You address. : ( 'FJCTAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
are required to
appear on
the Industry and theirate answer to most of the vexing June 23 1947 In. the above named Aa Clerk of said Court ,
By! Lucille C. Conner: D. C .w N..
benefit. problems that confront this great seeks Court and divorce cause and, wherein restoration plaintiff of /.ach II. Douglas, Qalnesvllle Fin:, 6OO Lw x 60O I

I the vegetables In proper Industry today. The producersas maiden name liradford. County Atty. for rif. ti-u 41a7 I II

Ind at the right time toIt Individuals never can hope to Telegraph In next four shall weekly imbllxh Issue thin Order iv: CIRCUIT cot;IIT. nit 'I KOIIDrOI'NTY. I I1' Coy

prices Is a problem In solve these problems alone. 11 ex-, Witness my hand, and official ('..:nv.' Fl.Oltlllll IV llltK. Low-Price Items Low-Price Items I ,
seal at tUarke. Florida this May 22, Anna Sarahjano N'esbltt, plaintiff I '
1 the actual physical Job pect to attend the Orlando meet- 1947.
Get Price List
VM Francln David' Nesliltt Di'fuiul t
Price List
'tag some 325,000 acres ing and I hope you will. (OFFICIAL SEAL. ) A. J. Thomas, ant. Case No. K689 FOOD STORES I
Aa Cleric of said Court.
(teat winter garden sass ORDER OI" PUBLICATION I At Store At Store ,
Lucille C.
Bv ; Conner, D. C. ANn NOTI<'1'1 TO APPMAIt i imn
em markets Is only a T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Fin. STATE OF FLORIDA TO Fran. t t. I
the Florida Atty. for I'lf. 5.23 4t 6-13 ___
The TELEGRAPH JaM just received f
slOt his crop of celery new pre-war quality REAL 'nl'N'I'Y'. ,iFLOHIllAl: CHAN; : I,
CKR V.Dorothy
rubber bands. Plenty o
Ibbage, potatoes, wa er- DeSha Merry, Plaintiff va
leppers or what-have-you -t-r-e-t-c-h and s n a pam! Richard: O. Merry, Defendant; case. .; t.
Four sizes at.dOe No, 5858, '
strength. pet I
f'IIIrvest;?pe flnda that ORDER OB POBLICATTOM t I I'I '!
ea i have sprouted In pro- quarter-pound box. A real bargain.iv AND NOTICE\! TO APPEAR
OF to:
I He hal already had to O Merry whoae residence Is, %
lit Seems to him every Mrs. J. ,t. Thomas, 1742 Melroao
: cmcriT HHADPOHD Street Chicago Illinois.
l or disease In the world, COUNTY FLORID AI I.V: CHAN.Martha ; You are required to appear. on 1 /
bad to scramble to CERY. June 23. \1947. In the above named I I i
pay Ellen Rudd Hutson Plaintiff Court and cause wherein plaintiff
ch i of It Imported fromi vs. William. D. Hutson Defendant seeks divorce. Bradford County
i on a ata1 Cane No. 5849. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn I
temporary ORDER OP PUBLICATIONAND next four weekly isauea. dealers' 1 !
1 pays that labor three NOTICE TO APPEAR Witness my hand and offlcla : because FORD

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Despite difficulties and shortages a record : "There's no place I

breaking 683 miles of rural lines were completed In like HOME .
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1946. This year we're out to beat that record for a
two year total of over 1366 mile:-enouQn to stretch \ SPECIALIZED FORD_ EQUIPMENT/ :.1 [for lord Service : .

from St. Augustine Quebec .:Janadal i at,.,. ?
_y mflll'1ldnJrrDIn1tVavrrllTdhnl 1''

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"Helping Build nor! h" by furnishing adequate, it ,.1 I

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t +a tof rwolun..e : ness and industry Just as uickJy] as we possibly can. 11// '

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are as follows: 25, 1947. mi* Edward Battles, Defendant Telegraph hall
Sportsmen GivenOpportunity J. M. Hembrees Move Certificate No. 47 Year of Ieuance (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Case No. 6660.ORDER In n..xt fou r Weekly PUbli'b'
City County Taxes June 1, A. D. 1946. Aa Clerk of Bald Court. OF PUBLICAT'ON Witness I 'b,
I To Into Alvarez House Description of Property m.l'NAWo! Py Lucille C. Conner D. C. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR seal my toe
HH of NK14 of 8W4! & HVi J. C. Durranee, Jacksonville Fla. STATE OF FLORIDA tOI: Tommle, 16th. at191Starke: PII'Oe,
Views of SK',4 See 8, Township 6 Bout. Atty. for Plf. e-30 4t 6-20' Edward Battles, whose residence 10h.JI'lc1AL
Express Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Hembree Uance 13 East, containing 26 acre, I unknown. A" Clerk of SI",1., j
100 Percent
moved last week to Starke more or 1.... IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD You are required to appear Bv 1,1Irlll""h.'pid' scan:: '
'' Sportsmen of Bradford County Name In whlrh assessed Elisabeth rOIJNTY. FLOnlUAl CHAM.CKIIY. I June 23rd 1947, In the above ..1.1' ?,r Ii e
1 IM from the State Farm. Dr. Hem Robinson, Rut. : Court and cause, wherein Jacks nv/line/ pj 0' 1)1\;\
will have a "say so" Friday June bree who !la continuing his practice All of aid property being In the Mae Sue Battles Plaintiff vs. Tom- soaks divorce. Bradford Atty. for Plf Ia '

"I've never seen 'em no eager 13 at 2 p m., when officials of In Starke. Is renting the Alvarez !- County Ida. of Bradford, State vf Flor. I .

County Tax Collector C. A. Knight the State Game and Fresh Water home at 313 N. Walnut St Unless such certificate or certificates -.

said good-naturedly an a groupof Fish Commission will conduct a .hall be redeemed accordIng
The house Is now being redecor to law the proporty dencrlbeIn Lea
qulck-on-the-trlggpr bidders( all meeting In the courthouse for the ouch certificate or certificate

Rurpone\ of discussing dates and ated.The will be cold to the highest bidder .
but crowded him off the vestibule Hembr e's bobby Is the at the court house door on the
regulations for the coming hunting first In the month of July ,
I y at the front door of the court. season. raining of thoroughbred Cocker 1D47. Monday which le the 7th., day of JulY Choose the testy! car giving
howe during the annual Hale of Spaniels Mrs. Hembree said that 1947.
Ben C. Morgan commission director Dated this 20th day of May. 1947.
delinquent tax property held here although used as pets! in the ,
said the has been (OFFICIAL, SEAL A. J. Thomas
Saturday May 31. meeting South they were hunting dog Clerk. of Circuit Court of Bradford BIG-CAR QUALITY
called In an effort to cataloguethe County Florida. S-Z3 41 8.13
In the North. She further com
jH4 With every parcel being snapped views of sportsmen before thecommIHslon' "

up eagerly almost before Collector June 23rd' meeting, mented that" It wasn't "a paying Notice In hereby NOTICE given that the AT LOWEST COST You get -

Knight could read the description at which hunting dates for 1947 proposition. undersigned are engaged In buein ditHncHon of Body by fiZ]
and utter a hurried The Alvarez house one of the s. under the fictitious name of only In Chevrolet
48 will established
Ave.. end
( The Waeheterla at 321 Temple
+ "WJio'llpaythe taxes?", Bradford oldest In town was completed In Starke, Bradford County Florida, priced can-and you,

County added another notch to a Nogel. 1905 by the former J. M. Alvarez and Intend to register the said rle.tltlou. lowest prices. 0
i of the
? remarkable five year record; of Tax certificates bear an Interest Founder of the Alvarez clothing Clerk of name the Circuit In the Court Office of Bradford L

collecting Its annual tax roll 100 rate of 18 percent !the first year store. Bill Graham, present ownerof I County Fla. I

rfl (percent Collector Knight estimated and 8 percent thereafter which the store stated that the Alvarez C.H. J.IS. Cruve Henderson half, half Intureut.Interest

that tax collections for must be paid by the owner of the home took two years! to 5-23 4t 6-13

',. ,,1 191(1( Including amounts paid by property concerned If he exercised build and is constructed of the --

bidders at the tnx sale totalled his right to redeem it(.within a best heart wood. The total cost iv: ('OI''III'I'V.rntrriT' FLOIUUA roni-r. BRADFORD I\: CHAN*

around 195,000 representing the two year' period. at that time was 1600. Nowadays CF.HV.Mnttle .
1k entire aoHUHsmeAt of real estate Tax Collector Knight states it would take that much or lift. vii. Sterlako: Nick I a.: Muchoudy Mnchoudy,, Defen \

' rr and personal taxes. that Saturday's spirited sale waa more to paint It. dant. Case No. 6H7S.ORDKK PUBLICATION,

KsHy winner In List Saturday's"free in sharp contrast to those held in Graham commented on the his- AND NOTICE OF TO APPEAR
h for all" was experienced tax 30'1when STATE OF FLORIDA to: Nick 8.
of the early had fouror
depression days tory of the house. "It's known renl-
Machoudy whose hint
frtr"'M, j" + sale bidder T. J. Alderman who he would l "read the lengthytax five roof tires, but that isn't dance 'address %' General +' I s

?' i r more often than not was first to lint to myself", with few if bad> for forty-five years of ser er.a'LI"" : ml. Alabamit. f
You are required to appear on
S'I out to the tax col.
a reply
f snap any persona appearing to bid. vice." or before June 30th, 1947 In the
Ilh y lector's call. Runnerup was Billy Clerk and Tax Collector above named Court Mil cause -
City Dr. J. W. Murry Jr., an ex-Navy wherein plaintiff seeks divorce 0
Carl Johns whose sale was also( la coming from Seattle. Bradford County Telegraph shall ,
doctor publish thin Order In next four
STOPS held last that
Saturday reports
Wash., to assume his duties at weekly iHeueM.Wltnea .
666 every parcel of city property offered the State Farm. He is a nativeof .* my hand. and official
CHILLS was likewise purchased by seal at Htarke' Florida, this 28th
South Carolina. day of May 1947. _
)'k + ( Individuals making his 104ft tax (OFFICIAL SEAM A. J. Thomas, 4
l' ( 1 46e for Mol.rl,1, sr In LmeFEY roll totaling $19,000 in real estate OKINAWA Aa. Clerk of laid Court. Satisfy your desires and save your dollars 3 j
, "0 .0"-91. Y.u ....._ THE BOYS FROM By Lucille C. Conner D. C.
tip PLUS\ I f'.iJJUi..nti.m.; .r,. c--. u"wtiA and personal property taxes, John J Henderuon, EBII. St. Aug-us- Think of getting the BIG-CAR QUALITY you really want-and getting

u drugs I combined as Totaquine .-... collected 100 percent. We are the boys from Oklo tine, Florida. and !
It at fowesf prices and with low coif of operation upkeep Big j

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a Earning our daily pay 1V: CIRCUIT COVET BRADFORD when
ofitfocffofl That's what buya
' --- I at big sovfiigil exactly you get you
millions "Ol''IIITY.' FLOHIUtl ULANCKKV. -
I (jd Guarding the folks with
new 1947 Chevrolet-Ihe only car giving BIG-CAR QUALITY AT You the ,
get Big.Ca'IOI.
Let Us and Repair dollar a ,3Unliteel
Repaint For leas than a day. Ralph V. Denman Plaintiff vs
Maymle B. Denman Defendant. Cane
II I B QiI,1a Out in the peaceful Pacific No. 5864. five-Action Hydraulic Brake
ti Your Old Bicycle ORDER OF PtlULICATION
Okinawa is the spot- ANT NOTICE TO APPEAR blued only In Chevrolet and I
Enduring, the damndest rainstormsIn STATIC\ OF FLORIDA to: Maymlet You get the Blg-Car comfort of the UnItized( Kn... priced can. and you get.I
We'll Make It Like New Denman whose reitlilPnce and Action Gliding Ride-found only In Chevrolet remarkably low mointeiwrxl"
that God forgot. '
a address la83.1 H. Chesterfield ltd,
rd r Columbia 9, Ohio. and Mgh.r priced eon-and you get It
) ALSO Nu one cares if we are living; You are required to appear on at substantial
June 80, 1947 In the above mimed' In
NEW & USED BICYCLES No one gives a damn. Court and mime, wherein plaintiff savings pur
soaks divorce. I"radford County chas. price,
: FOR SALE We are surely forgotten e I publish I this Order operation and
; Prou"rh :
l4 'Cause we belong to Uncle Sam. in next weekly IttHiiet
Witness. my hnnd and official upkeep)
pouringAnd pal. nt Starke Florida, this May
the rains keep
I BIGGS & BAKER All night 23, 1941.

we are the army at hand, (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A J. Thomas Se wise! Keep your present car in sound running condition.
Clerk Court.
A of laid
Ii 105 W. CALL ST. STAKKE. FLA.Mwtltimmt. But we are not convictsWe Lucille C. D. C.harleii .
By Cgnner bring it to us for a summer tune-up and for ,skilled dependable %
.. of the land. '
i - ---- - -- --- are the defenders ( U. lies, 214.06/ Realty
8"1', Jacknnnvlllo Fla service at regular intervals. Come in-foaayl You get the BIg-Carperft
for I'lf. 5-30 4t 6-29
and sweethearts Atty.
of homes
} I'' To think our reliability/ of a Valve'Head]

IY: cinrrrr COURT, nnAnronn with the tame {
And of the life we miss (COI'MrV FLOHIUAI IN: CIIAN. principle featured In
(. MAHKETl'VGWhether I ('l ltY. she
: I Don't let the draft board get you 'homaa. L. Butler, Plnlntlff. vs. HEVROLiT cars-and you get Ki |

And for Christ's sake don't enlist. Maine Parkin Butler Defendant tlonally low cost for
t" aOUi: Case No. 6608.ORDER .
ray i When this old life Is over AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

iit And we have to work no more STATE OF FLORIDA to: Elaine TORODE CHEVROLET C

it r r l ",; you've been married ten days or ten years, the Then we will do our final paradeOn International Park In Butler Falls..whose Mlnneeott.residence ia:

U'i' >X "marry" month of June Is a good time to serve better mealsto the bright and golden shore You are required to appear on
yorr "better half." And one way to do it (and make your June SO 1947, In the above named '
husband think financial to boot isto Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ,
t ; ( you're a wizard ) shop St. Peter will be there to greetus seeks divorce Bradford County
regularly at your thrifty A&P. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
A, i rub next four weekly laanea.' .
k'h' MIGHTY NICI WITH ICI FOR FLAVOR YOU'LL FAVOR And surely he will yell Witness my hand< and official ,
' Come in boys from Okie seal, at Starke: Florida, this May A\S
there's ft
t don't think anything you
v 8 ; < When a recipe says "Season to 81, 1947. 7 i ; J nM
? more delicious under the sun than taste" I have to guess at the quantity You've done your share in hell. (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas r /t ) V ,
l leally (good iced rotted! It's easy of spices to use. But I never A. Clerk of said Court. .
t 1 4 to make, too when you use A&P guess at their quality. I (Contributed by Holland Brown, '?y Lucille C. Conner D. C. ,

,}r COFFEE.!: Select one of these it's high by choosing ANN PAGE U. S. Army formely of Hampton Atty H. o. for Brown Plf. Starke, Fla.5-SO 4t 6-20 1

ill ih d9 i' three blends...EIGHT O'CLOCK. SPICES at the A&P. This complete Fla.) Enjoy Florida'se ]
i w RED CIRCLE or. line includes many choice 1:01: CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
I varieties of whole and ground 1:01: CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD CERY.

bean spices all dependably pure (fOUNTY FI.OH1UAI CHAW- odKle -Wllllama. Little Plaintiff Famous
{: how A&P and them I CKUY. Defendant.
attractively priced. Try Plaintiff. vs. Olar v. Ralph McCoy Little + tl
is1always Joe H. Dradl.y Case No. 5611.ORDER 1
.:niello Bradley Defendant. CaseNo I
; ,r t r Its sold freshness to ICONOMICAL AND LAST 6860. NOTICE TO APPEAR -: tMC Attractions
), and have It Custom Ground Counting pennies Count on this NOTICE! TO APPEAR Coy Little whoRe residence la -
exactly' right for your coffeepot. cake to save them..and to be light STATE OF FLORIDA: Olar Hotel Raleigh'' Annex Raleigh e ..t'O

+ r Make your coffee ruuftatrenitli/ and fine-textured too thanks to F.ol"lIe Bradley. whose residence le: North Carolina. I
I' ii' pour it over ice and nerve.MACHr SUNNYFIELI CAKE FLOUR I'. <>. Box 45, Fort Payne Alabama.You June You 80 are required 1947.. In the appear above on I i 4

(sold only by A&P). Cream U cup June 33 are. 1947 required In the to above appear named on aimed court and cause, wherein 11

u MISIUVI tAU shortening' and "4 cup sugar; add Court and cause, wherein plaintiff plaintiff seeks. dlvorre. PTsdfnrJ .7 .se. f iC
ANN PAGE PRESERVES 1 egg and 1 tap. ? seeks. divorce. Bradford County Bounty Telegraph. shall publish thisOrder + t
4) 4 "y (available only at A&P) are soW vanilla; beat well. \\\\Iillili/I/I'I\\ Telegraph shall 'publish this. Order In .next four hand weekly and official Imiuea.Wltneae .
\ iMuei.Wltnees my .
in next four weekly ,,
/ luscious I'm forever Inventing' Sift together official lent seal .at Starke, "Florida this May 1
to enjoy them. Here's IH! sifted, ..r.SUNNYFIIs1U my hand and 27. 1t47.
more cups
aya this May 92.J4T. 4
,. at tuarke, Florida 4
my latest: Fill cavities 12 peach [ ) w (OFFICIAL: SEAL) A. J. Thomas r

IU halves (fresh or canned,) with '4 CAKE FLOUR lo... iI.-. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, By Aa Clerk Lucille of C.said Conner Court., D. C.It. .

cup of chopped nuts mixed with 2 taps baking A> Clerk of said Court. H. Duncan 204 Lynch Building. Ir:, h/t/
'H cup of ANN PAGE PRESERVES powder anti, H tsp. salt; add alternately Bv Lucille C. Conner D. C. nckaonvllle, Fla.
!'!. Press halves together with '4 cup milk. Pour into :\lartln J. Pearl, 803 Graham Blila.uuknonvlllo Atty for Plf. 1-30 4t 6-2 loUSSl0NSP vSUGAR'

and l chill Heavenly topped with greased and wax-paper-lined 8- Fie.U .. y
4t13 1\1: cinrrrr COI-RT. BRADFORD '
fur Pit. -
t; whipped cream and served over 0 Inch square pan. Bake in moderateoven ? ('01''"''T W'. FI.OHIUAl IM:\ CHAN.CKHY. 'MILL AND = ? Le ,;a
cake slices. e 350F., 30 to 35 minutes. r
Ruth Nelson Matthews, Plaintiff
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m____ __ _________ TAX DEED VR. Ritfua Matthews, Defendant. GARD. 4
Case No. 6688. \ 1
horse Bill No. IfUia
J. B. Howe the holder of the following of Day\ona Bhistouc. a t a
STATE OF FLORIDA TO: RufusMatthews southAt r
certificates has filed said whose last known renl- of l'\or.J. asfatcin ring +t'a
one ?
HOLIDAY certificates for a tax deed to b.haued dente anti i address la Coward, South U'c ana u
Carolina: roman SpanishGardens p4ispist s w
J thereon. The certificate/ Yon are required. to appear onor tractions ,. t v
r ,. 1, umber and year of laauance, the before July 7. 1947, In the aov Sugar Mdl .n'n )oii"ioft.hCft { i .,, Jan
.. '' ascription of the property and > named Court and cause where- \ lI'i\\\. it ,.t"
In plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Enghpslsi eugof .w .
the names In which It wa" assessed ift the f
County Telegraph shall publish this v
: Order In: next four weekly lainiea.Wltn Wet a.& forgoltent"ccntuf'un re- .
""a my "hand and officialseal
? at Starke, Florida this 6th day jung\e nd given I bcd yje
1ip' of June 1947.OFFICIAL d..sc01// scttirlS '
Fresh WaterBREAM SEAL A. J. Thomas, \Ju' 8IrdC1 ,c
A. Clerk of said Court.
By Lucille C. Conner D. C. .' (t
John J St. Auaatlne *- w
'FI' .. Atty.ntQrEp11. 4t 6-17 __ .. C .
9riid/l l 1 1
,tt' ti f '' ,uf
v f :

and PERCH Thomas .Cappa Plaintiff, "... Sarah.
Cappa, Defendant. Case Nt>. IS672. Florida's
r r drl7rwr ORDER OF. PUBLICATION Enjoy FamousRegional \\
ARE BACKAfter Cappa. whose residence and .... Beer
dress la: H4 Fulton Street, Pater- Q)
eon New Jersey,
You are :inlrad to appear on
8 Months Jun. 80. 1947 In the above
I Jas.-a.. named Court and cause, wherein So its no
till plaIntiff eeeka 011"0".,.. Bradford refreshing so mellow, so tangy so good

Order County In T.I..wrap1.hall next four weekly publish laauea.this wonder that JAX the Drink of Friendship has become ;

Witness" my hand and official known as a truly beer. And because JAX
dfjJ.f seal''l947 S"rkt Florida, this May great ,

I 1Nr 11.OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas : IS brewed to please the tastes and accompany the great

See "a Clerk of said. Court. regional foods of the Southeast, it is also known :35 a
Lucille C.
BT Conner, D. C.
i : William n. Morgan: Fifth. Floor great regional beer. For the satisfying enjoyment a
1j Ii c \.. lark Bid*.. Jackaonvllle, Fla.
Ssv m err a Atty. for Plf. (.30 41 6-30 fine beer can bring ask for JX.- You can't buy better

rout fraver COME DOWN IY: riRCt-iT cot--nT. nRtnrnnnroi I beer at any price.
I '""'Y. FLouiut. I- U":01-: 1
ac CERY.John -
; ; jrev on I. Evans, Plaintiff va. Mil.
rulend lrl dr.d J. Evans, Defendant. Case
1 e. 1'$ No BUTt.
Phone 1 7if MagnoliaFish STATE OF FLORIDA tn: Mildred JAX BREWING
:t. Evans who. residence la IS
F East Calhoun Street, Sumter. South

arollna You ,are required. to appear on COMPANY
MarketPhone June :so. 1947. In the above named

s Court...*ke and 011..0.cause..... wherein Bradford plaintiff Countyelearaph > : JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDArAO"

shall publish this Order
37 In ""it four weekly laenea.
Witness my hand and official
seal at atarke. Florida, this Mar V

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