Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 20, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02912
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-- .With- .-' Colonel Bradford BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH !I I

,,? word ,of the St. John's flying trip has gotten around, the

onel has become fully convinced that Starke la really a welld t

little city Flying: is one phase which Is generally overm Official County Publication Established In 1877VOLUMN

the smaller places, and lf. encouraging to note that locally!, t

strong. --- ---- --- -- --- -
,,heM Is going ln! \8I.\TV-MNE MTAKKE.! n'ORIOA..RIIUJt'NE'aO: : -19-1'--- --l'IiVl\IUER' TIIIRTYFIVEa
be family
to a proposition. St. John took .
fact, It's getting __ _____ ___ ___ __ __ __ __. __ _.._ __ -. __ I
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the trip to Connecticut and the'Colonel has Just heardarl

ghter month Filcher on to Blending Washington Employe, D. C.., and and return.his wife Then flew, too a privatelast It was VFW Seeks Band Fred Carlton Rides Bike I Alachua County Sheriff f Will File I

that AUstin Bell manager of a local I
so ago garage
reek or his son, Jlmmle, for a flying visit to Ohio. 25,000 Miles In 23 Years

,""f t with family flying i Is a good Indication. It means that aviation To Lead Parade Murder Charges Against Andrews .

ii Around the world on a bicycle
"T" model stage and doesn't scare the horses

jg out did.of the On 4th of JulyPlans 25,000 miles Fred! Carlton, well\ Formal papers charging. .
once Although
and enthusiasm 9 of the air forces during the war has Funeral MondayFor It. Andrew, with first degree
ie, record known Starke telegrapher, has not
mllrtlt'r,11I he Sleet Sheriff
'aft spurred on this eagerness for flying. But we mustn'tHat actually encircled the globe astrld. Carlyle Ritch Fred Ilollonian In by the near r
were unexcelled In malntalnence and trainIt for the VFWsponsorecFourth he in his
air forces his trusty Ranger has
the t
I future, the Hlierlfl. Mid toda).
Is to completely pass the "T" model stage this re- of July celebration In 23 years as operator at the Seaboard Carlyle Peek Ritch wan born 1 In .
flying (From Juno 18 Issue l of theGulneavlllo
Starke are shaping up well, Air Line station here, peJ- Starke on Nov. 25, 1010 the s on
unblemished. '
mint\!! be cording to an announcement ac-I of Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Ritch, wh Dally Sun.) t
Is the only thing that will put flying on the ailed to and from "work a grand\
Lblic confidence terday by L. M. Drake, survive him. tie graduated fror I
record la the only Insurance for public! total of 25,184 mUes--more than Ritch ,
safety Peek
good Carlyle ,
And a if the committee I
on arrange enough If laid end to end, to take Bradford High School and late of Gainesville ,
ice. ments. him from his modest home on entered the Chicago( Business, Col operator a I
Job. The families In the air. and bookkeeping firm, died In the
done a pretty good are 7"
arke has He stated there Is a strong po.- West Lafayette Street, all the legs He was for five years an Alnchua early
County Hospital
slblllty that a Navy band will bon < way around the Earth and back auditor with the Standard 011 of shotgun t
Sunday morning a l
j always Interesting to hear from our old friends and pary hand to lead the afternoon again. a I rfr Company of ChVago.! Upon his wound which was Inflicted Ala.
letter from Frieda Raue Deudon, 420 return to Florida he WAS auditor .
< pleasing was a parade will leave Blandlni Mr. Carlton who"entered service chug County Sheriff Fred Hollo

,,id St.. Elgin, 111., Mrs Deudon who lived in Starke In the Center at 2 p. m. and end at the< with the Seaboard.. here back In at the Florida Farm Colony near. mon wild, by W Rudolph Andrews -

ark when" days still spends her winters here and Is never baseball field where the Stark< 1924, retired a few weeks ago Gainesville tot nine years an Starke Insurance salesmanand
! I
there for tw()
when In the midst of her old Call Street frIends.e Red Sox. will encounter a crack and now his faithful Hanger business manager brother-in-law of Ritch. 1!* '.
r than team from the Green Cove Spring! years. H<> was also business manager -
of written stands at rest moat of the timeIn
Mary now
a piece poetry by
writes: "Some years ago Navy Base. The Boy Scouts, woodshed In back of the School for the Plln Andrews is In the custody t
the and I want to ask Its "garage"
In Telegraph
printed of the Alachua County Sheriff
McGIll was
rang:) American Legion, VFW, and home. The and Deaf at St. Augustine for
of the Carlton genial
for the benefit of those of State's T, E. Duncan
us and Attorney
will please give It space again other civic organizations will take retired operator walks on his dully four years! Since February of *
of Gainesville said he Is being
n still living part In the parade, Drake stated visits to town now "for exerclne", this year he had. conducted his

:!ben I was visiting Jessie Livingston in Tampa last winter we Business men are urged to enter Fred, as he Is known to his .. own business in Gainesville (held on a charge of first degree 1
murder. His case will be submitted
0 recall all the names of oiy schoolmates and it gave us great floats, and further detail"concernIng many friends, began hid careeras ". B,,nldos 1 his parents Mr. Rite! to the AUchua Countygrand

e to speak of them. Re-reading this poem. I find that thereuteen the parade may be obtained telegrapher at Gulfport, Miss., A.- sf.ru.iJ. U survived by his widow Mr* Jury, which convenes July

of us still living. I am sure that those of the school from Drake or Sgt. W. C. Rhode. under the guidance of his father, figure to Starkeltes. And speaking Grace Huron Ritch, 143(1( Thomas 14.

who are not mentioned will enjoy reading it also." at phone 19J.Receipts a train dispatcher and one-time of the bike, styles haven't. St., Gainesville; a daughter, Martha -
of the Tennessee much in the past 23 Sushii Ritch, and a son, Jam According to Information gain-
takes great pleasure In reproducing the poem as re- for the day's event! superintendent changed
, Colonel
e much to hear from other old-time subto 'will' go into a building fund to bused < Central Railroad. Later he was' years, as can be noted from the Hamilton Bitch III; a broth eel l by Duncan, Ritch was shot I
1 and would like very by the VFW Post toward employed as an operator with the accompanying picture. Mr. Carl- James Hamilton Bitch, Jr., nil of Saturday afternoon In the yardof

. the Telegraph. the construction of a Post home Southern Pacific in Dallas, Texas ton believes that gIven proper Gainesville; three sisters Mr. I II. a cottage on Santa Fe Lake In

SCHOOL DAYS which will also be used as a community and spent brief periods also In care It would be good for another M. Richards, State Farm; MmH. .... tho edge of Alachua County, )

center. i Detroit and Deland before moving 25,000: miles, He can recall the A. Dunlen, Jacksonville Bourn; which he and. his family had occupied

:e-e's a smile In my heart, or a tear In my eye Highlight of the day's event' to Starke. purchase of only three or four 'and Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr., Stark, until they moved to Clalnevlllo *- ,

hen I think of my school days at "Bradford High"; will be the giving away of I B194T Shortly after coining here Mr. tired over the entire period of i Funeral flervlces were held Monday recently lived Andrews. and his

,d dear school mates of long ago Crosley car. This event 'wil Carlton built tlje. comfortable time that he rode to and from I afternoon at 4 o'clock In th family Just across the road.
them take place at the ball game. home that he has occupied ever work. I DeWItt C. Jones chapel In Stark' Saturday afternoon Mr. and t
id how I used to love since with his brother, Charles, "The job was pretty trying during I The Rev. W. J. Church well, pastor Mrs Bitch accompanied by Mr

dear old school house painted white. and their cousin Miss Florence the five years that Camp' of the First Methodist Church, and] Mrs. Dan Turner, and the t

t happy faces, sweet and bright; County EligibleFor Wood. "We like Starke and its Blending was located here," Mr. i officiated and Interment wait In children of both couples, returned a
friendly people" Mr. Carlton says. Carlton commented! "1 can use the Crosby Lake Cemetery uncle to the cottage for some articlesleft
metlmes I even hear their feet
"We expect to spend the rest of a good i rest" i the direction of DeWitt C. Jone behind when thoy recently t

they used to scramble for their seats DDT SprayingThe our days right here." If he finds time hanging heavyon Funeral Home. moved, t
d how our voices used to ring he Into Witnesses toM Duncan that
Fred riding 'his trusty Rangerover his hands might go Active pall bearers were Glenn
the morning songs we used to sing! 0 the mile and a half distanceto the "chicken business" with his Wood, Glenn Duke Clifford Hazen ; shortly after Mr. Ritch and party 1 I

line beautiful days" "sweet evening bells" opportunity to have every 'and from work was a familiar brother Charles. O. K. Matheny. Dan Haze, arrived at the lake, Andrews I
home In Bradford County sprayed and Jimmy Causey. said to have been "drlnking"beegas
met summer's gone away with pest-killing DDT. target punishing his own child for '

can tea that room and bear. those songs at Government expense, was des St. 15-4 not, speaking to the Ritch child. a
Red Sox Down Augustine F. P. & L. Plans Issue
If 'twer yeaterdayl! ; crlbed by J. A. Mulbrennan, chle: ; Mr* Andrews, a sister of .Mr..' "j
r1 entomologist with the State Boar Of Securities To Ritch, took the child and went

::4 then the joys of recess time VIIS I of Health, at a meeting of the< GameThe over ta, the l'llt41a.cotta.e. ,Andrews 'I'I

: all a itandinnla'a line. ..*- -.. .-->...* 1IIf'.I"' ,.._ Board of County.Commissioner, Cross CilyCancels Sunday's Finance ExpansionMcGregor ta' Ald'ta!' hay become""" f
Jump! th* Ape *> e*t ainclflg'ln glee. I here In June. J V; Smith, president of: angry, taking} a" .410 gnage shotgun .

ile we sang..'Creen.'Grows the Willow Tree". !, 4 The program as explained by Starke Red Sox defeated Sunday's victory of St. Angus-, the Florida Power A Light Co., from his automobile and ,

rod and rule '' I Mr. Mulbrennan, Is being undertaken the St. Augustine Takers Sunday; tine give the Sox seven Victoria! announced from New York Wednesday walking the 50 or 60 feet to the .
teacher who reigned with x a, in U! four defeats during the I Ritch cottage. '
I by the Government afternoon 15 to 4 In a return against that the company had filed -

this beloved Starke HighSchool; I Southern states as a malaria coir game with the Ancient city nine seasons play an application with the Securities The State Attorney's Investigation ( !

'Professor Hartig'MLse; Loca Sweat, \ trol project. Sole cost to the Jimmy Godwin Starke's hari Starke baseball fans should begin -I ; and Exchange Commission revealed that' Mrs. Ritch.

il Mljs Ellen Davie I'll never forget: i county would be approximately $1 I luck pitcher, gave up 2 single making, plans to attend the In Philadelphia for perm III- currying their nine months old

id the boys and girls I used to know per home for labor-an estimate and no runs but turned an ankli .ion to issue. $35,000,000 In new baby In her arms, came out Into
those happy days of long ago. i expense of (2,600 in this county In running out a play In the big Fourth July game agalnsj I'securities' to raise. part of the the yard to see If she could"soothe"

I Trucks, Spraying equipment, fourth Inning and had to retire the Green Cove Navy team which I money required to meet Its $85,,- Andrews, And he pointed t 1

,re was Ethel Hackett and Murla Weeks 'chemicals and supervision are from the game. Jake Keene, relieved will' be played In conjunction With I 000,000 construction program. tho gun at her. Mr. Ritch then

*y used to often share my seat. 'Furnished by the Government, Mr him In thai\fifth and gave the VFW celebration. The VFW The company's construction program ran from the house and told Andrews

-re was Debbie and'Julia, Cassie and Linnle Mulbrennan stated. up 3 hits, all coming in the sixth Crosley automobllu and other I ; Is being punned forward Ir: not to point the weaponat

7 Jane Sapp and Tesate McKInney; Since the spraying program l III Inning when the Takers scored prizes will be given away during anticipation of growing demand his wife. Andrews Is then said

once Wltkovskl and Bessie Haynes; let up as a malaria control project their 4 runs. the game. 'for electricity in the area served to have fired on Ritch from a distance

i Miller and Ines: Swain. the primary purpose Is the The Sox, showing Improvement Lineups and Summary.St. I by the company. Mr. Smith said t c? about 20 fret State's Attorney '
destruction of mosquitoes the battered two Taker Augustine. ; Duncan said.
a and Ervlna Johns at the plate, The' securities the company contemplates -
' ; entomologist explained. However,, pitchers for 11 hits during the IMayrr Poe AH II II I' selling are $10,000,00'rincipal Tho number 6 shot struck him

Ida Anna and Martha Raue the DDT treatment Is equally effective afternoon. AI Harley and Mat Pelllcer CF 5 2 1 amount of first mortgage about the belt line In the abdomenand

a Truby and Dora Shaw. against flies, bed bugs,, McCrlff. led the attack each get Whaley 2B 5 0 7 11 ; bonds, 110,000,000( In Deben a few sprinkled his arms,

re wag Will and also Albertus Wall, and other Insects which are defrayed Ing three hits. McGrlff drove e a Wages SS 301 1 turns and $13.000,000 In preferred deputies of the Sheriff's office re. J

sue I think was Paul; at the same time.. The triple into left field In the 8th Inning Player C 3 1 1 11 stock. Part of the proceeds port"1H.. was rushed to the
boy, whose name
Johns pray has been found to be not but was nipped at horn Masters P-1B 310 of the sale of securities! will b< Gainesville hospital where h* died

1 1 and Bert Shaw; and Archibald quite so effective against roaches plate on a fine peg by Taker Blalock 3B 4 1 0 used to retire debentures and ever.! hours lator,

tar Morgan and Vernon Jones; is it Is for other Insects Mr. Shortstop Wages when he tried Cacarba 1B-P 400 notes of the company not out-

lIe and Lacy and Arthur Alvarex Vlulbrennan said. I' to stretch It Into a four bagger, Rogero RF 300 itandlng.

Long and Little Joe Andrews; In answer to an Inquiry, the I Because of an unexpected cancellation Andreu LF 300 Mr. Smith said that If the company Tobacco Growers

:y and Darby and Tat. and Joe. entomologist stated that there I.I of the game this Sundayby Htarko Is able to meet Its time

absolutely no danger to the Inhabitants the Cross City managementno Player Poe AB II It ichailule the securities will probably -

mt of their names you'll surely know of homes or to the work game Is scheduled at this Frogge 30 5 1 2 be offered at competitive Meet Tonight

"t you who used to go; ,rew from the type of DDT spray writing. Contact is being made Geiger < LF 0 0 0 bidding sometime In the first halt I

that tame old school house In the long ago bat: Is used. He said that In the with the Fernandina team and If Keene LF-P 312 of August I
In eye; where animals have Solano RF-LF 312 Bradford County tobacco grow-
Jyou all have a smile.or a tear your few Instances a game Is arranged announcement '
d I place In -Jieart for "Bradford High":, been reported a. dying after beIng will be made Saturday aft Woner LF 001 era will meet In the courthouse
you with DDT It has been Kenls CF 3 0 2 Rites Held MondayIn tonight (Friday) at 8 p. m. for

F bave my> dear old school mates r found' sprayed that the owner used an oil ernoon.Starke fans will see a well G. Godwin C 2 0 1 : Lake City a I full discussion. of the government fI .
I. .
Armstrong McClll.recent solution of DDT which can penetrate dressed baseball team at the next Harley 2B 4 3 2 price support plan. A similar
Mary !
the skin, rather than the home game as new uniforms have Bishop in 4 1 2 For Pete Canova meeting was held Wednesday
which this\ McOrlff SS 5 3 1 night In Ilroolter.
of powder type ordered for delivery
family vettable been
a L
where Funeral services for Harry
s news Item.'th Colonel noticed be used on animals. The fine turnout of spec J. Godwin P 3 1 0 "Since tobacco Is one of the
should week.
that they arePaY I I Pete) Canova, 42 brother andone
bring In Chicago. It seems of the Board RF 200 basic commodities as defined by
an automobile In wants Although reaction 'tators thus far has made it possible Perryman for
( J30 a month, so that Isn't the set back. No one vas favorable to the project, and for the team to purchase St. Aug. 000 004 000 452 time business manager Can- Congress! the government must
and radio star Judy
* the children. Sounds like the "boom days" around Camp It was generally agreed that DDT this much needed equipmentCorn Starke 034 310 31x 15 11 3 ''ova.icreen were held In the Advent provide a support price at 90 percent r
v was just as effective as of parity" County Agent T.K. .
praying Lake at
out they did i :hrlstUn Church. City MrClane, Jr.. stated yesterday
Wlmes the Old Colonel to figure claimed, the Commissioners Will Hold afternoon Inter- 1
it Is hard for hasn't action In the Council 3 I p. m. Monday In discussing the meeting "Plans
* of some It strikes him that a person just tot take definite Receipts sent was In the family plot Inhe ,'
people. little one contact to bemade Afternoon Sessions have been completed to provide a
brought a matter, pending
!his unless he has Lake City Cemetery.
purpose for existing landlords InK with other city and countyBards I support price for tobacco on all
' world, but evidently that Isn't the view of the to our to see if they will share During July, August I Mr. Canova died In Hollywood,, markets this year. Since tobacco r

that's the outlook of our people something basic > Near $25,000With :alit.. Wednesday June 11. after I must be further processed! before l'storace ,
atom In the expense. chairman of the
forget about the L. A. Canova Illness. of several months. A .
n way Of life to missing and we can an It I I. necessary to handle I aI
City Council announced native of Starke, he moved It I through a coopvatlve.This ,
Humanity degenerate. last week growers
** will just naturally and lunch room proprietors. Localiles To Appear the peak passed day that the body will yellter.1 with the family to Lake City and cooperative has been Incorporated ,
heaven for elevated stations a considerable volume of green later to Jacksonville where for a
In! Newsreel Here evening meetings during under the name of The
corn was still moving from the I instead at I time he was secretary to the lIfen.eral Mue-Curnd Tobacco Cooperative
will meet
turn Bible Lions Minstrel Localites will be featured In State Farmers Market hers this August and > freight agent of the Sea. Stabilization Corporation." C
shown at the 4 p. m. on the first and board Railroad and later was a
Next Friday ewnreel. shots being reek, with the price holding up II The County Agent explained
In Session Here Florida Theatre Sunday and Monday well at tl.50 per bag. Tuesdays In those months. raveling freight agent fr the that growers must be members I

starke Lions Club wills Mrs. T. F. Grady theatre Since Wednesday of last week The Council met Tuesday nightto ifonon Railroad with headquarters of this Corporation and also be t

Sly Vacation Bible School The minstrel "The Cotton tanager, stated yesterday. 1.835 bags have been shipped discuss plans for the proposed In Atlanta. He left that post within their acreage allotment to ,
""< a
I* *y the First Methodist Club On80r Revue" In starke Friday Senator Charley E. Johns, and from, the market here, bringing city recreation area. Drawings to become connected with Miss participate fully In the price support i 0

officially opened Wed- 21. at 8 o'clock The Representative N. D. Wainwright' growers around I3.752.5O. Total fenova's enterprises, and served plan.Legion. ;
night. June and W. M. ; showing a suggested layout of several her business M '
orning at'nine o'clock. Is produced by the Jr., both of Starke corn receipts for the season thus tor years as
> 100 children have en- minstrel Lions Club of Jack.sonvllie Wainwright of Tallahassee for.merly far are estimated at 124.73650 facilities were sent to the City nanager In radio and screen act- To Hear '

,'35 very capable group of Springfield and baa been presented of Starke will be shown Innew" with 15,491 bags having been sold this week by the National Recreation titles.Ha .

baa been secured to dl- success In that dty. shots made In Tallahassee through the market Association. Is survived by his wife, Mrs. District Commander '
* with great Johan-
ICtlVlties of the young announcement concerning tile on May 30 when General Florence Boot Canova, and oneughter
urine the In Wainwrigbt was
next weeks. of the presentation th8lM. Pilot's License Recent Births Floretta his mother, '
J. hurOweii location soon as Florida Legislature. .meets ; at the local American Legion announces t
director made M of the
Itbool Starke will be Wainwright the hero In. Henrietta Canova; a brother, that Slgbea Prince, district i
announced that are complete. General Nuerenbergh. of BUrke, Mr. and Mrs Thomas William
114 arrangements commanding en.eal Ray ) and two sisters and commander will b* present ,
B-ble and *o, Judy
stories of Bataan girl. Cynthia
will be commercial II- Starke
pilot's ftttaway
the th.c:hool.II\ 4th U. S. Army \Isrell received I it t the next meeting of the Stark
devotiOnal for of the crest Hos Irs. Anna all
Hughes residing<
13 Shady
programs Them. song last week through training [Diane, June .
f1\lng. Heroes: here as the.gucstf cense: Post Tuesday, 8 p. m. PoaalbUltlen "I
There wW be a "Marching with the remembered under the Q. I. Bill of Rights at Ital. In California. I "
"IIe4 attend three Bradford Coun.ty' j for holding a county fair next '
Program of worship All children who certificate and honor during cele ration for Conway Airpark. Nucrenbergh' )I Mr. and Mrs. Flay Ault. Lake Ills\ father'was the late Joseph year will b* discussed and all
Study a welcome-home 12,
periods, refresh- will receive s at the Airpark Butler girl Jerry Lee June
IIIct days school cer.utJcate. World War II last will fly: passengers fonova. member are urged to attend. \
bandk of the of
rafts each d**. at the close to terana on weekends. Shadycrest Hospital. ,
e People wiu be studying of award will be given September 28.. a r

of the old>> prophets. those who attend regularly. n



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l . . eState Fathers' Day with Mr. and Mrs I and Mrs. Raymond Brown of day to attend th, .,rst,
Bradford County Telegraph Ira Young of Lake Butler. Worthington Springs Mrs. W. C. of summer schoo '**'

: One \Woman'sOpinion Farm Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Nolan of Or- Ward Mr and Mrs. Leroy Lowell, lege in North Cfll, ,', "*
lando night with and Mrs. Lem Brown, :Mrs. '" 8h
MATTHEWS OwNgR-EDITOR spent Saturday Mr. '
1877 E L. .
; T ESTABLISHED accompanied
Y By :Mrs llr>'an UhUfMd Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis. J. C. Mr. and Mrs J. R. by MI J?,I
. e . Sapp of Green Cove FI(
PubllHhml Every Frklay and Entered BIt SwomlOffice Mr. and Mrs. Centrell Chambers Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby, also attend rum 1.1() !
;' at the' Post. at SturUe!, .1... of Jacksonville spent Sunday W. H. Brown Mrs. the ,J.' .Hhr,
('lat'IIOlaU'r' : While S-Sgt. J. R. Jones Is at-I Mr.\ and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs
e H
Ity nillro Bonn tending school at Ft. Meade Md., with Mr. and Mrs J. E. Cham- Evelyn Crosby and Oscar, Sherman a few days last 'I'H tt."v'sonvllle ,
1947 I Mrs. Jones and children, Linda bers. and Beverly Jo Crosby of visiting K
MEMBERSubwrlptlon M. D. 'Mrs. T. 'r. he yrothe;
and Barbara, are spending sev- Mrs Younj- Starke. siHter-in-law. ,
j Not long ago In our new hospital I and Mr and Mrs. J. F. I Mr aiWooda. M"
.. Fillyaw,
>91.10 For "'h1clIlh.: : eral weeks with Mrs. Jones' parents Mrs. L. S. Galloway left Satur-I .
Annually wife what
92 ; a young lay on Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier. Dyes were guests at a picnic :at
the doctor Raid wan her death I the home of J. T. Fillyaw and -.--. --.-- .....
bed. But somehow God took a Mr. and Mm. Dan Mahalko of W. E. Fillyaw in Lake Butler.Sunnybrook.
hand, and now that young girl, Scranton, Pa., were guests of Mr I Longer Wear .
. . .
and Mrs. R. S. Rosier Saturday
A Sorry Spectacle whose life hung In the balancefor ;
Q Throuah Expert
a few days ta" recovering, although night. Repel

rr Remember Andrew J. :May? He was chairman of the I It will be years before she I Mr. and Mrs. Emory Townsend NEW LIFE FOR OLD

sa tl powerful ]House Military Affairs Committee during the war. la completely well. and little son, Tucker, and Mrs By Mrs. O. E. Crosby!: SIIOES

f He wa also the guy who headed the committee during the I Even: while nh9 was still critic, ,field Bryan Whltfleld and Helen week Whit-at . . . I BIGGS & BAKER
when consideration of universal military training was! ally 111 some woman with a-loose are spending the
time If read the newspaper 'tongue and no heart at all start- Kingsley Lake. REVIVAL AT COitlNTII 105 W. Call St. Starfce.
frequently neatly sidestepped. you rIa.I .
untruths about her and the Jimmy Bradley of Green Cove A revival meeting aeries begin
t headline you will also remember Home other things about I'd that had never breathed Springs spent the weekend herewith Sunday( at 8 P. M. at Corinth Bap-I v '_
4r, Andrew J. l\Iay-thinA'I that indicate. that Mr. :May used his .. that nearly sent her Into hysteria his parents, Mr. and Mrs. tist Church and will continue for -
It +; r powerful position for the profit of himself and his unsavory when she heard them, and J. M. Bradley.Mrs. one week closing Sunday night,
I Lawrence Duggar lit visiting June 29. The nightly services will
friends.! words that tore her very heart in QUICKER DELIVERY THAN
Isn't it deplorable to think that in such hands were grief.I her father, Raleigh Rye, who begin at 8 o'clock. The Rev. L YO
of Is in the veteran's, hospital In D. Haines, pastor> of the First
: play /1 t a matter upon which hinges the future existence heard about the girl and wentto
't our nation? Isn't it frightening to know that issues of this I see her. I hadn't been there Johnson City, Tenn. BaptIst' Church of Starke will THINK !
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bradley are conduct the meeting and every-
( hands of I
importance become mere tools in the fifteen minutes when I was shown
paramount now living in Jacksonville where one is invited to attend.
V 'j politicians for the purpose of keeping enough voles to bep'T the picture of her baby In Its Mr. Bradley Is employed.
i { tiny coffin. When she was first MRS. O. E. CROSBY HOSTESS
re-ekcted to office'lMr. Weekend of Mr. and
told that the baby was dead she guests Mrs. O. E. Crosby was hostessat
be exception but his case well illustrated Mrs. J. W. Woodward were Mrs '
May may
asked If she might hold it her attractive farm home on Came I n
"' 4, the calamity that can occur when committee chairmanships het' a little while. She had all Bard Gale and daughter, Sharon., Route Two Starke, Friday night -
are given out in Congress as a reward for lengthy the nurses crying because she was of Palatka. when she entertained at a miscel-
, service rather than on qualifications. Such a system is so humble and good and sweet. Miss Dolores Dekle of Lake laneous shower honoring Mrs

,4 1 t ", definitely not for the best interests of the commonwealth She la an English wife of one. of Miss Butler was the weekend guest ot Howard Brown, a recent bride. SEE AN ACTUAL DEMONSTRATIONOF
Pauline Brannen.
11 a:* has been too well illustrated in the case of Mr May.FIRE'S our veterans. Miss left Sun- Adding to the attractiveness of
Carolyn Bradley
I have found a real friend In day to visit Mr. and Mrs. M. F. the living and dining rooms,
: I this girl of twenty. A'fine and where the guests were entertaineV. THE ONE AND ONLY
I t TOLL AMONG CHILDRENSpeaking at Santa Fe Lake.
t. friend. And I have tried to were vases of lovely spring flow
broadcast good Newcomers to the Farm are X
recent radio sponsored by
over a
little that I could ers. Appropriate indoor games
1 the National Board of Fire Underwriters Mrs. Ruth Bryan for help I her know the that if I needed her Mr. and Mrs. Manning Anderson. were enjoyed throughout the

l Rohde daughter of the late William Jennings Bryan told of I she would help me. If the woman They house have recently moved Into the the evening and at a late hour delicious : BENDIXI!

l the terrible toll fire takes among the children of the country. who talked about her had goneto Al Rodgers.formerly occupied by refreshments of salad ;

wttd In 1944! said Mrs. Rohde, 6,000 children under five I her and tried to help her Instead Miss Pauline Brannen spent cookies and Coca-Colas were serv- '_ .
} have found a ed by the hostess assisted by .. -
of died in home accidents-and burns accounted she -
years age Wednesday night with Miss De- .* *s;
for 2,000 of their number. In 1915 7,500 children seriously beauty and love beyond' compare, lorea Dekle of Lake Butler. Misses Wanda, Mary Alyce and '
t ? time for Beverly Jo Crosby. The honoree Mr/,
r l ll da crippled from burns were being cared for by state agencies. I and would. have had no Edgar Tyson of Jacksonville received many beautiful and use-
$ r' The number of similar victims in private homes is not Idle gossip.It spent Sunday here with his par ful gifts.
1 R reminds me of a poem I a
a known but must be far greater. ents.Mr. Those present Included Mr. and
some time ago: and Mrs. R. W. Drannen
r clipped
y "These children died or were crippled needlessly" add- I've seen It take a fellow who anj Minxes Pauline Brannen and Mrs W. T. Crosby, William Cros- r

ed Mrs Rohde. "These tragedies in most instances were due had maybe slipped a cog Delores Dekle were supper guestsof by, Mrs. Alice Oliver, Mr. and 1+
to adult carelessness or negligence. Let us not wait until And make him seem more deadly, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Townsend Mrs, Floyd Crosby, :Mr. and Mrs. 1

1't' tragedy has brought the full force of this to us. Let us begin than hydrophoblous dog- and Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld Sunday David Kelly, all of Starke Mrs. 4
W. E. Hall and Mrs. J. H. Thorn-
1 p kj j"Y a a campaign of prevention at once." I've seen It take a woman who night.Mr. berg of Callahan Mr. and Mrs. .
hadn't been so good and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier
Marcus Conner and Mrs. Beulah
And sink her spirit deeper than were Fathers' of
Day the
Folks who "get a kick" out of politics should be in for even Satan could- Cecil McRaes of Mclntonh.guests Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. L\ns New-
real fun and red-blooded next with two mans, Mr. and Mrs T. Jones and
oratory monstergo
some year I've' seen this wretched Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. k
candidates Fuller Warren and J. Tom door Reginald Hlggl n bot ham of course you'll want to 1
such leather-lunged as through a cottage Griner are Mr. and Mrs. J. H. OF '
!P ; Watson in the field. Columnist Russell Kay al Q predicts Where naught but love and beauty Dykes of Tampa. Monday Mrs. Jrooker, Mrs. W R. Halslop and this marvelous new
Mrs. Claude Moon of Tampa, Mr. BENDIX. Every woman Ij, ,1 c
9h e that with two such veteran campaigners as Lex Green and had ever been before Griner accompanied Mrs. Dykes and Mrs Fred Halslop and Mr. does. And now you can sea
, Grady Burton In the race for Attorney General considerable And ere It quit that dwelling two ,who Is en route to Coulmbla, S. C., it, today} There' a new '.'I
public interest should develop there also hearts were dead In pain to Jacksonville. BENDIX!< here in our store ,1' ",
And love and beauty would never Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brinson -in actual operation. Come ,
live there again- and Mrs. Alonzo Grooms of CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION and see it do a full washing. 't
School Teacher "Now it that :
Sunday why was Mary Watch how it washes,rinses ...
I've seen it like a serpent creepto Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and ""
and Joseph took Jesus with them to Jerusalem? Mary- damp-dries' ,cleans and emp-
J the of prayer Mrs. J. A. Bouvier
place Sunday. ties itself and shuts elallat !
s r F aged Cour-ul guess they didn't have a sitter. And crawl' across the altar and Mrs C. M. Turney left Monday the mere setting of a dial .
pollute the sacred air to visit Mr, and Mrs. John -and without your even What you do: putlodoU,n1). I
It lingered for the service onceIt Turney of Jacksonville F wetting. your hands But dl.5.
sovft,if want to i '
had entered' in Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace coma you -B"'i'\I
What d does
help us serve you quickly. : $: mlitarif
God's own holy temple was went to Jacksonville
So Saturday to tumblM elotha clean, thoravUr I Itumbto
made a place of sin. bring their nelces Joan and IXdUJIVlTUMIll riamcm,driea clothe*naily tx U. I
Oh, wretched thief and robber and Nancy Mynahan to spend the ry ACTION, llMordryvr.. cteatu. and.mptlultd, I Iahute
fumblMdorimHvoughudi" oll'-a1I atomatlcallyt The 11oDd.l' lil I
murderer as well summer with them. !:'" 60 Wm..a mln. takeaonl'4..u.&nlftoor.p..1Ito( I
Black enemy of Heaven, confed- Weekend guests of Mr. and ;i,. U..y.t 10 fl.ntly 11Io'"P' In kitchen' tuthroom, gtOili]
erate of Hell, Mr... P. D. Fancher were Mr. and An*fabrkt loun- roomalaundry.d.rb.nNYy .

+ 51>1(141: Destroyer shame-of devotion championof Mrs.tahoochee.Dennis Fancher of Chat- :.........................

Save us Lord God from It; Thursday of last week the Sun-
FRIDAY & SATURDAY JUNE 20 21 Gossip Is It's name. day School sponsored a picnic for BENDIX' Home Laundr

the State Farm community at

SAP P' S STARLINGS'STORE Colbert StarredIn Klngsley Lake. After several PHARMACIST
hours of swimming, light supperof \WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE i
Dramatic Film sandwiches and Cokes was

Coming To Park spread. About ,45 people were Phone 64 STARKE 222-224 Temple Ave. Fli!
rl Phone 166 Starke
+' E GROCERY present to enjoy this event. On-the-Minit Service ,

h At, Three of the screen's most pop- Mr. and Mrs M. D. Young spent

1 r l 'l 600 E, 10th St. Last Store E. Call St. ular players Claudette Colbert,
( Orson Welles and George Brent,
t are teamed In the problem drama,
lw''r Good CreamyCHEESE Any Brand "Tomorrow Is Forever", comingto
TALLMILK the Park Theatre Sunday fora
three-day run. Comedy and
news will complete the bill.

As Its mid-week double featurethe
Park will the famous
t' radio and screen comedy stars,,

Lb. .44 2 for 23c Time"Lum and and Abner"Strange, In "Partners Conquest"with In Office lunch

.6 v v ppv '" Jane Wyatt and Lowell, Oil-
1 SAVERKRAUT LouzianneCOFFEE more.
For its weekend double feature -

Friday and Saturday, June ,
27 and 28, the Park has booked

i, "Ding Dong Williams", based on i
the hilarious Jive-Jumping hero of

Big Can .10 Red Label, Lb. 41 I stories the famous and featuring Collier's Glenn magazine Ver- I WI

vII non and March McGulre. Teamed

i aafR1' i -' No. 2 Cans with Brown this In "West will be of Johnny Carson City"Mack. I L-N ,

Serial bill.and cartoon will completethe #)



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munity, and was - --- -- -- --
always ready to of Gainesville, Bill t
and Clyde of 5 5
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lend a helping hand, to the sick' I I I the weekend In Frostproof feeing At
Theresa, and Calvin Hall. A messages. Sunday School 217 .ion, Harley! were guests of her
il ilDy
Lydia Hall passed away and needy As Mrs. Delaney large number of grandchildren andgreat Pine Level called there due to the ninths of were prtmnt in the clo* I
r' where Dickinson, her daughter, so aptly .
.7eai Hampton grandchildren also j relatives.A
survive Mrs. Tommy Smith and childrenof 1
I Lake Butler
I Mldwiy near
!lay for Bone expressed It, "She will be Mrs. II. I
home greatly Key-McCabe Funeral I II M. :MrltiMiKEV.
"ier Home
had node . large congregation! present Starke were visiting her Sunday.T I
Mrs missed by all who knew her, but Jacksonville e e . parents
[ With MI' daughter was 76 we must all realize 'Grandmoth'r'Is i I was !In charge of ar I at Pine Level Baptist Church Mr. and Mm. Brltt.in Alvarez N. Nirman Is HI at this
terms' She rangements. Sunday to hear the pastor. the recently. writlnir. We he will be
,alai old. not dead, she.is only sleeping! I I W. E. lULL 1IONOKKD hope soon i
ana Hall ne was born April 2. waiting for her Lord.> . . . The Rev. W. E Hall, pastor Rev. W. E. Hall_,_.deliver___. __ingplrlr.g__h_ __._--Mr.---.aim- -Mrs- Owen .McKao.. ----. and-...--up-, and out rg.iln. I
n Orange Heights, and Mrs. Hall was laid to rest In of Pine Level Baptist Church, was I ,
I'daughter of the late Sol- Orange Heights Cemetery on May Hampton the honored guest at a rather'..
; Louranla Wllks. On 3, and the service was conductedby Day celebration given by the Sunday -i .

n..sI and 29, 1886, she was married her pastor, the Rev. Fred By. .l1r.f.. .: ..(s.. Sweeney. . people school of his teachers chur.'li and young Never Before Value Like ThisBIGCAR \
date husband, Madison Hall, Dodd assisted by the Rev. B.I Mondaynight
i She was the Hicks and the Rev. Weeks. at the pnstorlum.
Heights. WMU: MET JUNK' : 12
i I Guests
lr <01, thirteen children often Pall bearers were E. S. Sibley, 'I The Woman's Missionary Unionof were served delicious QUALITYat
i ,r.. still living. SheeaChiistian Clyde Hersey, W. S. Sibley, Gordon the Methodist Church held Its refreshments! of I Ice cream and.
when a small Wadsworth, Preston Durden, cake from a table set on the
regular monthly and
t Iind united with Heights.the Baptist In Wilson Is May survived, and D. J.five Phillips.She I social meeting Thursday program afternoonof lawn.evening About with p the'!rncn Halls, !enjoyedthe lowest cost-found only in Chevrolet l
? neat, Orange by daughters last week at the home of Mrs.K. .
|'ter fears she became a Mrs. Ida Parrish of Earleton, B. Watterson. Mr. and Mrs. F. L,, Connors,
VJ it the Christian Church Mrs. Delaney Dickinson of Ther- An- Interesting program was the Rev. and Mrs. Joe Rmilerson j
perensa m which she was aI'ul essa Mrs. Minnie Harris of Wal- carried out, and at the conclusion and Mrs.V.' M. Wood, all of
member! and active as do, :Mrs. Florence Johns and Mrs of the session Mrs. Watter Jacksonville! were dinner guestsof
fuller health would permit. Onida Johns of Hampton;; and by son nerved her guests refreshment Mr. and Mrs. Aobeit Taylor I r
I It
L, was beloved In her com-1 five sons, B. F., of Starke, John of Ice cream, cake, lemonade Thursday of last week. .4t\\ ::

and cookies.A Mr. and Mrs B. M. McRae hades

dinner gii.wlt: Sunday Vr. and
... group of Hampton young people Mrs. Lavo-i Alvarez of Orlando: t I II
attended the Salvation
Army Mr. and Mrs O. R. Alvarez and I
t i"\iA1\rt I picnic on Bedford Lake Friday. children VamlerbiK.,
F( + t and H. I I
t 10 I.....,.. '. J:11':" The occasion was In honor of Salvation McRbO.) M'I .....,
i. ", 'ft'I" Army guests from Bruns- ...-.
\ ... (
l l..,_ # I I wick, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrickas "
..'_., ',-_. ;:':;';:;;.. t I Mrs Ida Maxwell had, as her guests Sunday Mr. a.n.Mra.\ ,"
.; of 1 I
y. BIshop Myrlck Orlati nod
h." guests last weekend Mr. and Mrs.
1// Mrs. Susie
of Lake Butler
"L __ Claude L. Houser and son. A, of .
Beuna Vista Ga., and' :Mr. and You can have II....' motor car quality and wv

irlcI Mrs. William Minor, of Talladekla Russell! Thomas attended church mosey, tool' How? .In veil In a n.w 1947 ChovroUt
Ala. Mrs. Minor is the former services it Hellb/nnn Springs
Sunday, -the only. car giving BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST t ,
Miss Marguerite Houser, grand.
/I7II.4I daughter of Mrs Maxwell. Mrs. Doc to Green of Hellbronn COST1 You'll onoy| all the following Big-Car advantage

Mr Margaret Lorenzo of Tam- Springs Is now at the home of her al/ow/ ."pries with low coif l.p...tlon and upk..p.
arrived Sunday to parents, Mr. and Mrs. J 10. Star You'll enjoy the Big-Car
pa spend a
comfort of the UnitizcdKn
week with her brother and sister- ling, pending an operation. Mrs 1 -AcHon Gliding Rid l
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lamor- Green has been ill. 4 4 llk.wli. found only In j i :

eaux, E. C. Lamb of Jacksonvillewas Misses Gwendolyn and Shirley 1 FJ ='S Chevrolet and hlgh.rprlc w .
I the guest of Mr. and Mrs. McRae had as dinner guests Sun d coral h
Lamoreaux Saturday, and Sunday.Mrs. day Misses Mary Lou Alvarez and l II

H. D. May and, Mr. and Barbara Conner and J. L. Alvarezof .
Mrs. L. R,. Lambert returned Vanderbilt, Miss Glenda Con- _, ,f I
Monday from Venice where they ner of Rising, Miss Iris doughand :

several with H. D. S. Kellyof: Starke.
spent days
They Belong in MuseumThe Mrs. Annie Alvarez and daughter You'll onjoy the tig/ .Car styling andusury. of Body by '
a who Is there.
May employed
Juanita and Mr. and Mrs. L. fiihor-found only In Chevrolet and high.r-prlc.d can)
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Aldermanhad
Alvarez and son Lt>man. spent i You'll onjoy the Big.Car *nf"fy of Fl>hr Unlit' .*! Body con. I
equipment necessary to do your as guests Sunday her sister, ttructlon and Poaitive-Ac/ion Hydraulic: Brok.i-combined
laundering a t home belongs in a museum, Mrs. Weathersbee of Branford. Lady's Stomach Was only In Chevrolet and high.r-priced card l
Mr. and Mrs. Onard and I
even if it isn't the old-fashioned, back breaking Parker i
little son, buford, of Homestead, Like A Gas Factory
kind grand mother used. Do as ; Rmmbr will pay you to kp your proton car
thousands your of modern women are doing: spent atives.last week here visiting rel Meals] Turned To GasOne You'll enjoy,'' the of Big-Car a mighty performance Valv-ln-Had anddependability serving afflclontly and dependably by bringing It to .,. t

Bring your laundry to us. Your clothes will Engine-with the lam valv-ln-had for skilled, car-saving torvlco, now and at regular'
Mrs. W. W. Hicks and Mrs. lady said recently that her
come out snow-white, color-bright -- and principle faturd In higher-prlc.d cord) Intervals. Com In-tocl" ,'
Gerald Adkins, president and secretary stomach used to be like a "gas t
without any work on your part. respectively of the Hamp- factory!" That Is, whoa she ate a
ton Parent-Teachers Association, meal it seemed to turn right into I NEW 1947 CHEVROLET .
were guests Wednesday of last gas. She was always bloated, had I t. '
The WASHETERIAPhone week of the School Workshop awful stomach gas: pains daily t'
luncheon in Starke. headaches and constant Irregular I !

Mrs. Alma Barr of St. Augus- bowel action. Now. however thl
321 Temple Ave. tine visited her sisters, Mrs D. P. lady says she is FREE of STUM- :<
.. Hardy and Mrs. J. C. Warren, ACH GAS and she says the change |TORODE CHEVROLET CO.I I

here last week. Is
Mr. and Mrs. O. Wadsworth' meals agree with her. No gas or:. STARKE I< LOll / I) A 1\

We Deliver had as dinner guests SaturdayMrs. bloat after eating. Headaches and; ; ', -.-- ,
Annie Laura Fincher and constipation are gone. "Oh1! what | f
r rr children Molly and Doug, and i relief!" states this lady. "Whydon't r# '(Ic T 'icr1r f

4 Extra Special! Mrs. Sarah Holloman and daughters other gas and constipation I'
all of Macon, Ga., who were sufferers get INNER-AID ,
SWIFT'SPREM en route to Daytona Beach for INNER-AID contains 12 great I sr f r1y
Herbs cleanse bowels! ,
; they !
summer vacation.Mr. V ,. v
tlVi"! gas from stomach, act on sluggishliver I y p a4a,. ft
and Mrs. J. E. Adkins entertained
; v
r and kidneys. Miserable peo j a 4'l
UA ; over the weenkend their! pie soon feel different all over :
and neice, Mr. and Mrs, 1 t r ''' '
12 Oz. Can So don't go on suffering! Get I r
Ray Adkins of Tampa. Mrs. Bessie INNKR-A1D.: Sold by all drugstores
McDanlela and son, Dan, who Vat l lPaq'1
3 f for .99 i had been spending some time with a rc >

the Adkins here, returned with: a.f' :f II,: ..,.' ;7i't'mliJ,:' ; -. -: .l: ) I
them to their home in Tampa. *"" i +itlC=ti F EI :13j +t y

Dick May and Bruce Maxwell, ; ?
axwell House Coffeekarettes .43 who enlisted, in the Army at Me t T'ii b j
Dill Field, Tampa, qn June 4. r
have entered basic trainingat
All Popular 1 1.75 Ft.now Jackson, S. C., and will be
Brands Carton stationed there for several weeks.C. .
M. Dennison of Galnesvlll

DEL :MONTE I Kansas Governor S.-R. spent Fathers' Day here with his

tATSUP .23I I| Flour, 25 Ibs. 1.99 A children. C. Dennison., Mrs. J. B. Prevatt and ARMY PANTSKhaki

Mr: and Mrs. Wilbert HaU have

--- had as guests recently Mrs. Hester 1.85
- -
i iat Hall of Tampa Mr. and Mrs.C. .

T Hall and sons of Jackaon-
e i vllle. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hall and I ,
: only I son and Mr and Mrs. Quitman Khaki Shirts v 17YlILJiAe / IFAJI

Hall of Waldo.

with LapoR 47c Mrs. Ola M. Perkins Is. spendingthe 1.25
M next six weeks In Gainesville SILVER SPRINGS

where she Is serving as an instructor t
I On. of rho beat known and moot t deservedly
garden Fresh Produce ,I: I of during the University the summer of Flor semester Dungarees1.50 : Enjoy Florida'sfamous / popular Springs altration' near Ocala" in: the haa brought world. Silver oh.. rntrancomnl

ida. to millions who move qcizad In
awe at the beauties revealed by Ha
olden Bantam Corn Doz .29 Graduates Told crystal watrs A visit la Silver Spring
Ladies'Dresses I I Is an unfor3' ettuble experience.

Of Navy CareersThe
I CROWDER 1.95 Attractions
ETTUCEI..12. 1.2 I PEAS. .10 Interesting life and securityof
a career in the U. S. Navy was t
pointed out to high school grad- i
ood ORANGES Doz. .25 uates Friday by Chief H. S. Tal- HandbagsWere !
bert, the Navy's recruiting officeron

duty In the local fpostofflce, $5 Now 1.95Ladies' Enjoy Florida's Famous
TAtc7 each Friday from 10 a. m. until
Round Steak Grade to answer Inquiries and '
t 1 A 2 p. m.
accept enlistments for the Navy. Regional Beer ,; I
Addressing his remarks to recent Shoes o
graduates, he said "You are
HamburgerFresh d 29 mighty proud of yourselves, and 1.75 '

the whole United States .Is proudof )Every: time you enjoy a glass of lAX tho Drink of
you, too. But now what about
GRADE "A" SLICED your future? Have you decided I Friendship, you renew your acquaintance with pleasure JI

what you're going to doT The Girls' Shoes Especially brewed, of finest materials, to please l'

Breakfast BACON .59 U. S. Navy offers you an assured; o hp r :Southeastern:: tastes, f AX deservedly (is known as tho '

future. Drop in at the Starke) I i IN Southeast's great regional beer. Always ask (for
Postofflce any Friday from 10 Sizes 8 to 12 II I
freakOLeanVhile' \ Bacon .29 a. m. to 2 p. m. and see what the l I 'JAX. You simply can't buy batter) beer; at any price.kC5is I.
United State Navy has to offer" 1.25
We wish, to thank our many
Mullet Shrimp friend- for the kindness and sympathy NICK'SBargain m BREWING
shown u. In the death of X

2lbs.JJ. our dear mother who passed away I
.49 May 2. Especially do we thank : > .C. l- >J. COMPANY
PR < *" Brother Durden and Brother Simsof House
pound the Salvation Army for the
ALL beautiful fang service. May God aer.. .. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA
DRESSED bless each one of you.
I I The Han Family. t (


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' J 1 1i Three Starke Girls End College Careers Woodman CirdT

\ hti and CLUBS I To

i.: :.:. \,{;j, : With Outstanding Records of AchievementThree Mrs.Honor Maude Official

Lappe ,
Starke girl completed fields of achievement I the Woodman presll j,
Family Reunion Three Hostesses their college careers recently Miss Nollman served the Flam- members to attend Circle, !u
Honor Miss Buford after establishing unusual recordsIn beau, the University's weekly I be given I | a *
At Gill Home i'T -- Tuesday
F' ,gip Held scholastic work, sports, and newspaper, aa literary editor for p. m. in the June k
Relatives and family of Mrs. Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mrs C. H. student activities. four years. She was also a script i,event Will be In honor Grill
Fay Gill enjoyed an informal pIcnIc Nasworthy, and Mrs. Paul Bridges Miss Ida Lulu Davis daughterof writer for various college radio ;bie Holden. state ofM! ,
after- Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis of dire
+ s and reunion at the Gill cot entertained last Saturday productions. I Woodman Circles. J
on Klngsley Lake last Sun- noon at the home of Mrs. Bridges Church St., graduated from Flor Milts Nina Bishop, daughter of i
1) day.tage Amend those present to en- with a miscellaneous shower, hon- ida State University on June 9. H. A. Bishop of Starke, receivedher fA iieT: -
joy the delightful outing were: oring Miss Gloria Buford, bride She received a Bachelor of Artsin A. B. degree on June 2 from ; Assisting 'In entertaining

P. t Mr. and Mrs. B. T King. Mr. and elect of July. Education.Miss Wesleyan College, Macon, Ga., guests were MrR. A. W,

Mrs. Guy Prescott, all of JackSon- The dining table of the attrac- Davis was vice presidentof with a major in sociology. She ... ;)t.''...'.,,., .,+ son and Miss Joycelvn i
" ville Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Wilder: tive home was arranged as a tea the college chapter of Kappa I 18 now at her home here and will .. t- Miss Dorothy Alvarez tr'
and daughter Bobble of Orlando, table with a centerpiece of pink Delta Pi, a national educational "help out" during the summer .,. .... r bride's book. '
Mrs. John Robb and children gladioli over a white lace table honorary. She was also a memberof months in the office of the Starke 5.t After spending some tilr

*,I, i1 Linda and Johnny of Columbia, cloth. The flowers in the living Phi Alpha Theta, a national ,Telephone Co., owned and op- their guests Mr. and Mm!!. A
M1 j;+ S. C.. Mrs. Hiram Prescott, Mr. room also carried out the color historical society, and of the In- erated by her >father. left on their wedding trip i I,
and Mrs. Herbert Prescott and scheme of pink and white. ternational Relations Club. In Active in athletics, Miss Bishop; tona Beach, the bride traVt

a s yJ son Van, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle, At refreshment time the guests her Junior year she served aa served for four years on the basketball a two-piece white linen
Mr. and Mrs. Prescott Gill and were Invited Into the dining room I freshman counselor. team In the "W" club and ? trimmed In powder blue i e.
Pt son Buck, Thomas Gill and son and punch, sandwiches, and cake Miss Davis majored in history In the tennis club. During her : .. accessories After their
'1 Tommy, Mrs. Mae Edwards and were served. Mrs. T. H. Osborne and political science. She grad- freshman year she earned the they will reside in one of&
l t Miss Elaine Edwards.MooreLewis presided at the punch table and uated from Bradford High Schoolin school tennis trophy, winning both Griffin apartments on Walt
Mrs. W. B. Mundy assisted the 1943. the singles and doubles championships Mrs. Alvarez Is a grad,
hostess In entertaining the guests. Miss Catharine Nollman, daughter For three years she served '& Bradford County High 8clv
Y : About forty-five people were of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noll- on the soccer team and in the to : for the past two years ha

The bPtrothal of Mice Mary present to enjoy this delightful man of Madison St., received a Naiads Club, and during her first with the Southern Bell Tri
rf Caroline Moore to Gerald Alexander affair.JohnsonBarbour. Bachelor of Arts) degree from year at 'the college she was among t Company here and In Jack
4 Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Florida State University on June the freshman cheerleaders. Elect \ ehKk Mr. Alvarez was gradual

li Robert Weed Lewis of Jackson 9. She majored in Journalism.Miss ed her senior year to representher Bradford County High gcli
ville, has been recently announced Nollman was a member of class in the student senate, attended Hast': Carolina T<
., by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Harold Alpha Lambda Delta, national Miss Bishop has also been activein : k College In Greenville N.
::4t4 { David Wesley Moore. Johnson of HopklnsvlUe, Ky., an- honorary society for freshmen, the Crucible Club the Interna- < was a member of BAS Tor
j' Miss Moore attended Bradford nounce the engagement and approaching and Phi Alpha Theta, national his- tional Relations Club and the for three years and played
d41 High School, Is a graduate of marriage of their torical society. She was also an i Latin American United States college football team l I
w Landon High, and attended John daughter, Katherine Parker, to active member of Zeta Tau Alpha Association, serving as vice presi- varea Is connected with hli
t w! u, 7? B. Stetson University/ Deland Donald 8. Barbour, ion of Mr. social sorority.For dent of this organization her { Ii : In the transfer and' stung
scholastic ability in the col- 1
, + She formerly resided at Lawtey and Mrs. R. H. Barbour of Tallahassee junior year.Forming. ness.
f rig lege of arts and sciences Miss
d' Out-of-town
with her parento. r a. trio with Geraldine ,{ jMA guests wand
+ ,,! ( Mr. Lewis is a graduate of Lee The wedding will take place on Nollman Phi Beta received.Kappa! ;a In membershipIn addition, Farrar of Macon Georgia and +, ;< Mrs. W. T. Shiver and
: High School, Tacksonvlllo, and Is June 28 at 4:30 p. m. in the First Miss Beverly Daniel of Wynn, of Jennings; Mr. and lint
she was tapped for Phi Kappa > .
of Flor- Methodist Church cf Hopkins- .. Lang, Harold T. Lang, U
the University Arkansas
attending Miss Bishop sung ",, :
for all 'it /
Phi scholastic honorary JJ. _
H4' Theta .." < < < "OR Mrs. O. P. Dyal and fan
of vlUe.
v ida. He Is a over Macon radio networks, at
,w, Chi fraternity.The Miss Myrtle Thomas assisted the numerous functions In Macon! and (Photo by T. H. OHbopne) and Mrs. Ernest Black
i 1 f wedding will be an event Miss Beckham hostess and about twenty-one surrounding localities and has en- Harvey, all of Jacksonvll:
1Fi a' guests were present. tertained at many campus affairs Miss Bobbie Beckham Weds Ralph L. AlvarezIn and Mrs. N. N. Prevail ii
;; ', ft of August 9 In St. Mark's HprseCr Honored At Shower Mrs. C R. Bussnrd, Sr. a.,

pal Church. Church Ceremony Sunday AfternoonMiss Charles, Mr. and Mrs. I Do
Mrs. D. L. Thomas was hostessat Sapp, all of Gainesville; II
her home Thursday night of CMiLthLfr Bobble Grant Beckham, nations completed her costume. Mrs. J. J. Moore and fair
D last week with a miscellaneous = i,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. RobertL Reception Brunswick, Ga.; Mrs. Eli>
BI.CTARKE shower, honoring Miss Barbara I Beckham of Hawthorne and Following the ceremony a re- sett and son of Orlando; It!
FL': Beckham whose marriage to Ralph ]Ralph Leonard Alvarez, son of ception was held in the Woman's Mrs. J. J. Henry. Mr. sn'''
Alvarez, Jr., was an event ol Mr.: and Mrs Ralph Bernard Alvarez Club. Gladioli, artistically arranged C. A. Willard, of Grter
a Sunday In the First Methodist Well, well Who's that I hear they keep their minds on anything of Starke were ma rile J and placed at vantage Springs; Mr. and Mrs. N.
m Church. fussln about the hot weather but the thermometer? Hear i:Sunday afternoon at four th'rty' points. and native greenery were varez and family of Mayo
r'' + f June 22 23 24 Floral arrangements .of pink Just as I thought The that Dooley Davis is taking time 'o'clock! \ in the First Baptist used in decorating the club auditorium Annie Beth Boone, Mrs.

TomorrowIs gladioli were used In the living very same folks who said last off in the midst of almo t-Immedl- Church of Starke, the Rev. L. D I Pauling and daughter, SiErnestlnp
room and the dining room, table winter they'd be so glad not to ate wedding plans to write society ]Haines performing the double I Guests were greeted at the door Jeannine Cook
was covered with an Imported have to get up and build fires for the Telegraph I ring ceremony. by Mrs. Beckham and Mrs. Alvarez A. Grant, Miss Patsy Gran
Forever white lace table cloth with a center that they'd never complain about Arrangements of white gladioli, and presented to the receiving H. O. Broome and Miss!I I F-

piece of Shasta daisies in a hot weather again But after Lucky sweet-girl grad Nina I thasta daisies, and tall burning ,, line, composed of the bride Broome, all of Daytona Bta
r' Claudette Colbert, crystal bowl, flanked by lighted all we're only human, aren't we? Is the of candles against a background of and bridegroom and their at-
Orion Welle". dens, Brent tapers in crystal holders and a And like the proverbial G. I. Bishop dashing new Pontiac proud owner convertiblea a ]o palms and garlands! of greenerywere tendants. The bride's table was NOTICEi

Comedy & News m'nlature brldb dressed 1'n white Joe, we just couldn't get along graduation gift from her fond used in decorating the i covered with a handsome Madeira

m + }' Wed. Thurs. June 25 26 satin. without a little griping Next father Item for your address 4 church. Tall floor baskets of !cloth and centered with the three- i wish to announce 1 tl
,' M DOUBLE FEATURE Games were played and prizes thing you know someone will be book: A-S Everett Crews 536-17- 'white gladioli and beven-branched tiered wedding cake. The beautifully will give piano lessons
a awarded to the winners. A
fussln' because sweet corn black t candelabra were placed on the .decorated cake was topped
Lum & Abner In 47. Co. 47-38, U. S. Naval Train-
program of nuptial music was berry pie, 'and ,watermelon all altar. The choir stalls were outline with a miniature bride and bride- summer.,Anyone inter1m !
' Center San 33 Calif.
Ing Diego ,
I a f fs Partners In Time rendered by Miss June Patel and come in season at the same time Something-'tells me that this ; with lighted white tapers groom standing under an arch. I l instruction may co

Mr The. Thomas'tt honoree received f r t> -. Who can do full justice to popular ex-Tornado will be glad I and the Jle,n for the families AddlngTurtner charm to the table mr0>#:Lafayette( Sf
AndStrange many anyone of these luscious treats hear 'were marked with white ribbons were crystal, candle sticks holdingtall
to from and allot his
any I
lovely gifts In honor of the occasion with the other -two tempting him Callstreet friends Add Mid- and flowers. burning tapers. Large white Teaching; : certified I
Miss Morse and
ConquestJane Sylvia to divide his attention? summer Madness: that super- Miss June Patel sang "AlwayV! satin bows and florets placed atl I Louis Institute of Mus
4 Awful, Isn't It? ..." corny version of "Temptation" by :and "Became" (d'HiTdclot). Mm Intervals on the table completed
Jane Wyatt, Lowell Gilmore Red Ingle that has just hit the U. A. Canova, organist, rendered a the table arrangements. After MISS LOUISE SEED
tt Also News I'm reliably Informed that jook boxes Must have been I program of nuptial music including the bride cut the first slice, the
EXPERTSERVICE Myrtle Thomas made a lovely picture deliberately designed to drive us I' the: traditional wedding cutting of the cake was presidedover
r 'k
5 FrL Sat. June 27 %8 in the June Moon festival out of our poor addled wits, as If :marches: "Brlday Chorus" from by Mrs. W. T. Shiver of Jen
k DOUBLE FEATURE! with her brunette beauty fittingly the heat weren't enough Why 'Lohengrin (Wagner) and "Wed- nings and Mrs. Milton H. Lang of Wale
((1 framed In a Rose Marie Reid anyone would pay good coin of ling March" from "Midsummer Jacksonville. Fresh
Ding Dong original bathing suit model of the realm to hear It is more than ]Night's Dream" (Mendelssohn) Punch was served from a table
'yellow la tex, featuring a low cut I can tell, but I'm afraid its go- 1 used as the processional and recessional overlaid with a grass linen cloth.
back. She and her "chaperone", Ing to be "popular" Its that ; "To a Wild Rose" (Mc- Shasta daisies and fern encircledthe BREAMandPERC
Williams cif Ernestine Denmark (Mrs. S. O.), badl.! Dowell) was played softly during punch bowl and an arrangement
e went up for the festivities staged t the ceremony. of daisies in a large crystal
;(1 Glenn Vernon McGuire r
Marry i by the Jax Beach C of C- Friday Given in marriage by her father, bowl and candles in crystal holders -
j -And Ruby John Is !gonna do her bit .
night and stayed over through to disperse the summer doldrums Robert L. Beckham, the bride had were used In decorating the
Sunday After the contest 'tis IS her matron of honor, Mrs. table. Serving punch were Misses
West of by continuing the teen-age gather-
reported that Ross Allen, famed ings at the, USO on Friday nights i']Dempsey Sapp of Gainesville, and Betty Ann Shiver of Jennings, ARE BACK
Chas. C. snake charmer and one of the And Incidentally, you don't'L bridesmaids, tin Misses Sara Joyce and Audrey Ruth Moore,
Carson CityJohnny judges, told Myrtle that she madeIt have to be a teen-ager to get in .Crews::: and Cozette Sapp) both of Lucille Alvarez, and Merry Wink-

ShepherdAt awfully tough on them, decid- the joins 1 Far from its! .. ;Jacksonville. Tho brldo'j little After 8 Month
ing on the winner Other Call- sister, Sandra Beckham! was tine
Mack welcome
Brown Ruby would and
In time for drastlc-\\ I flower gill I and Charles Bussard
" Shapter 10 "REX JUNTY"An.1 Gay's Service Station streeters going up ally needs more adult help she.)
Cartoon the June Moon Ball Saturday la. to continue these popular fun .5f Jacksonville acted as ring PHOT
14 1 night were Ann Wilt, Maxie Car- festa during the summer months bearer: Camerasfor
ter Jr., Annette Gunter Warren Harold Johnson served as best Qke
After aU, methinks It's a lit-
O. and J. E. Denmark, I man for the bridegroom and
Winkler, S. ushers S
Announcing The Arrival of
China, Silver tle too much to expect one woman
and Herbert Green Nice to 4 were Robert Balk*!*!* and fS
i Crystal Her Chosen Pattern. know that we were so well rep : make to chaperone sandwiches, arrange and punch games, serve, '1L D.val of Jacksonville. f flSIf
resented | i The bride chose white satin, RENTOur '-
,. same, and do all the other necessary -
Two sets of wedding candelabra. and banket for the price of i things at a party of this fashioned. with a panel shirring COME nOIJ'/,
l Now It be Grids Seems that a'id! Luc Insets. ThJ sklr was: Photo
can .
kind', How about some of Finishing
one, for rent. you lOU
Lillian Stump ?,lsed over a hoop end r' ..matedft AND GET
ex-Army nurse
parents l lending a hand Ruby
Mrs. J. i I 9 ".11 length! t:..,'1 The Assures Re-Lived r
M Mitchell 302 W. Madison heeded an urgent call, \oi duty in vows you'll enjoy It, once you high
Gainesville one night last week In rouse yourself and turn out I rounded neckline featured a yokef Happiness for Yearsto t
the early hours of the morning The parties will be resumed to- net. Her veil of illusion was 4Magnolia

i .. Since Mom and Pop Stumpare night (Friday) And we'll be tttached to a coronet of orange ComeHollywood '
In New York enjoyingthe I Blossoms and fell In graceful tiers
away lookln' for .
: BAR BO. B & M Drive In sights in the family car Lillian you to: her fingertips Her only ornament Camera

had to check bus schedulesand Hear that Wallace Carson, own- was a string of pearls a and Gift Shop Fish Market
1 found that the soonest bus to rift of the bridegroom. The bride ,
t Curb Service er of the new city bus service, is
: Only Gainesville left at 2 a. m. quite enthusiastic over his first arrled a cascade bouquet of white CiUSt._ at R., R. Starke 37
1, r i e One of our obliging night police week's business and is already Hide's roses, centered with anrchld. Phone _
1 Bar-B-Q SandwichesBeer men escorted her up to the bus making plans for adding another (> ..
station and Nurse Lillian went her unit Who says'Callatreeters' The matron of honor wore nile -

Soft Drinks merry way She reports that can't find their way around? rreen taffeta, featuring a sweetheart I MADE J I
.... the patient (Merry Beth Smith) Is Dot and S. R. Johns managed to"I neckline, basque bodice, and DUPLICATE KEYS
.. ''L doing nicely and Lillian, is catch- wangle tickets for "Annie Get |lull iklr|. Matching mitts of taffeta -
+ ON STATE IIIGIiWAY 200 Ing up on her lost hours of shuteye Your Gun" on their recent trip were worn and she carried a WE ARE DEALERS IN

xb, ,1 FOUR BLOCKS SOUTH OF CALL STREET to New York, and from what II I shower bouquet of pink carna- FISHING LAWN MODEL rL.-'
v *ti ions.
: .
understand you have to be at TACKLE MQWERS
Add fare we'll ml_ from the least a third vice president of The two bridesmaids wore gowns
courthouse: Fran Peek, who has i something or other to get throughthe ilmllar to the matron of honor .BICYCLES TRICYCLES TOYS

just taken her departure from the portals at that famed attraction except in blush pink and wore BICYCLE and

7 e IF YOU HAVE .A WeldingPRouLE 11IW School Board office after serving .. Avery Inn seems to be matching mitts. Their shower ACCESSORIES WHEEL GOODS GAMES
.o faithfully for nine long years quite the popular eating spot xmqueta were of blue carnations

+ BRING IT TO THE Seems that wedding bells are these days, especially on Thurs- 'The[ little flower girl selected pink '" West
more attractive right now day nights when "chicken an'dumplin's" organdy. fashioned with a ruffled BIGGS & BAKER rg
She'll be ,succeeded by Charles are the specialty of B klrt. Each ruffle was edged STARKE.
i Universal Welding & Tank Co. Hardy who'll look "right at home the house Mrs. Avery is quite 'with lace and the ruffled neckline
in the office, having served there pleased with the volume of bust- vaj also edged with lace. She

GAINESVILLE FLA. several years In the past ness since her "reopening" :arrled a nosegay of blue carna-
Can't say that I. envy Callstreet- ions against a background of Our Thanks '
j All Types of Welding Done By A ers Virginia Sewell. Shirley Col- "'..n. I've pounded: these keys t ulle and lace. .

ley, Buddy Davis, Bill Long and 'till they, and I. threaten to dissolve Mrs. Beckham, mother of the
Force of Expert Welders Andy Adkins, who are eagerly In steam So here's off bride. chose for her daughter's TO ALL OF YOU WHO IIAD ANY PART

seeking out newer and higher to Klngsley's cooling waters redding a gray and white printed IN KEEPING COUNTY DRY
Truck and Body Welding A SpecialtyALSO knowledge at the U of F summer So long See you In the nextCarolyn model with white and red acces-
session during these more than s lories and a corsage of white P. 3t
ANY KIND OF STEEL WORK warm June 'days How can c arnatlons. BE SURE TO ATTEND MEETING 8:00 ;

___ _____ Mrs. Alvares, mother of their NEXT -TUESDAY AT TIlE COURTIIOLSEBRADFORD.COUNTY :
t NO JOB TOO SMALL OR TOO LARGE ----- -- n LALVAREZ' Meg room, selected a dusty rose

rape;, gown with which she won
1014 ,W. Main St, South Phone 2245 ij STORE SSSS& M a matching bat and white acc s- DRYS :

I -..- : j >ort..Her'coraace'of white car "


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jjiSof LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Ruby Johns and L. M. Mrs. Effle Johns -. -- '

Guinea spent Sunday In Eustls week In Lake City will visiting spend next her He Didn't Say Yes; June S3 1947, In the above named 1'I-: "I! at' (:;k:. Florida, this Mar !" t
Miss Court anil
Mona Clare Marshburnreturn.d CHUB, wherein plaintiff ID47
11 to her home In Tallahassee son Mrs.and daughter-in-law Mr. and He Didn't Say No peek divorce anil restoration of (OFFICIAL SKAI' ) A. J. Thomas :
U D. Haines Mrs. Erline Bussey of Freeman Johns. [maiden Aa Clerk I
1 fc, and Mrs. Atlanta, Sunday after nnni Ttrndford County ) nf Maid Court 0

1 fa. L. Brownlee. and Miss I Ga., Is the guest ,ot her mother week here with her grandmother spending a Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and Russell Kay. writer of a syndicated Telegraph In n..nt four nhnll weekly.i'iil>limi luatirn.Vltnt this. Order T.Hv Frank T.iicltl* C. Conner. D. C. "
I.nnilrum Stark,
IP e Brow-lee spent Monday Mrs. Hattie Hathcock and sister Mrs. G. W. Alderman.Mr. children spent Sunday in Jacksonville news service for weekly \ ...a my hand and official. Atty for Pit. e-13 4t11

Mrs. Janie Avery. visiting Mm. Landrum's
k cksonvUle.It papers, stated In his
and current
Mrs. release r
H of Bartow. who IIattending Mrs. Mae Edwards Miss Roy Mathews and .parents, Mr. and :Mrs. J. P. Kog'ers. Every Branch I
Fowler Elaine Roger Mathews of Palatka spent that R. A. (Lex) Green \ of

r University the of summer Florida.session visit- Edwards Kruse James spent Cannon Sunday, and June Albert 8-, and Sunday Mrs.evening W. E.here visiting Mr. Mrs. R. G. Kidd spent Monday Bradford County veteran politician .

e,Jay with Mr. and Mrs. H. with Mr. and Mrs.! Elbert Edwards Miss Dowling. I in Jacksonville.Mrs. would be a candidate In INSURANCEH. i

Hroflmlee.EuLuclle. In Daytona Beach. Mr,, and Mrs.' Shirley Virginia Sewell and Miss John Sale Miss Lota Sale the next state election for the I

Mitchell spent last Edwards celebrated their third summer Colley sessions are attending the |Miss Bobble Black and Jack Sale office of Attorney General.!

lend In Sebrins visiting: rel- wedding anniversary ac that: time. of Florida. at the University of Madison spent Sunday with Mr. Contacted at his law office here I '

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Welker of Mrs. and Mrs. Guy Sale at Kingsley Tuesday Mr. Green stated "I C. WALL AGENCY I

.. Catharine Nollman return- Indianapolis* Ind., and Mr. and mie and E. Lawson and hena Jim- Lake. Linda Kay Sale Is spending havon't! fully made up my mind t

after upending a Mrs' Harlan Smith of Breese, Ill., James left Wednesday | the week in Madison with her yet."

illS Tuesday In St. Petersburg are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry for Savannah Ga., where they grandmother, Mrs. John Sale. Columnist 1 Please Phone 146
r H. vacation Lappe. will spend two weeks as guestsof I Kay wrote: "With
1 brother-in-law and als.lr. iiurh veteran campaigners

A |)her. and Mrs. W. B. Boyd. Judge! ard Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner V. Mrs.Walker.Lawson's sister Mrs. A. I Paul Greene ServesIn A. (Lex) Green and Grady as Bur-R. CONSTANTSERVICE OVER 50 YEARSCLASSIFIED t

Wainwright and were in Hastings Saturday where 1 ton In the race for ,
\a W M. Attorney General .
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Landrumand Osaka
Judge Cnrd'ner Japan
I PatsY' Wainwright of Talla- was honored on Mrs. Jessie considerable public interest
hip Montague and
this week elgh'v-srrond blrtliJav anni- should "
are house guests J. C. Ray of Brooksvllle I I Paul E. Greene 18 develop.
vt sary with a family dinner spent son of Mr
a J. R. Wainwrlght.t 'I the home if hl" daughter, Mrs.at last Friday as the guests of Mr. '' anti Mrs. Paul E. Greene Sr.. of Mr. Green stated that he had r rFOR

Edwards, In pend\pg'\ and Mrs. T. received "many nice letters since
Frank Landrum. Humpton. Is
t I Z. J. Robel ts. Present at this: I I I now stationed In ,
seek In Jacksonville aa the happy gathering Mrs. E. A. Rowton and daughter -'I'Osaka Japan with the 25th Infantry that was published" YOUR CAR w.. have a new' DON'T POROFfl'-atotntbll auelion -

I of her sister. Mrs. .B. T. children, grandchildren were JUdgeGardlnel"'a Jan of Sanford spent last 'I I. Division on occupation'I Tom The present Attorney General PIIII.CO auto. A.raillot low! an lniin$4350SHKIMIKHO *<*llHteInstallation. nnlneitvllin. every Weilnemlay.LIvestock I pm.Market, at I

and great grandson. week at Klngaley Lake with Mr. duty. Watson has announced his : !ItADIO HICHVIfU: Muy or ....11. t(!
Davis- and Misses I candidacy fur Governor. Court at Madison atreeti, titarke.
J. and
R. Mrs. W. H. .
Graham. Mr. I
Mr. and Mn. 'J. B. Wrfuori'are I Young Greene enlisted at If ,.

a and Marjorie Davis spent spending this week in Pena cola Rowton came up for the weekend I Gainesville Sept 1, 19-18 receivedhis WE NOW HAVE

jir in Jacksonville. visiting relatives. .-> and was accompanied home Sunday training In Texas and was Judy Green HostessTo I I
and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scotted by his family.Mr. I LIST YOUR FAIIM.! CITY .\,.MIIUS1NES3 >
Lavon Andrews L. M.. Drake shipped to Japan early this year. IntermediatesJudy Repair Parts ,
this week from( De.. ritOFEKTY .
home and Mrs. Wm. R.
1 Mr. and Mrs. W.. C. Rhoden and He attended Hampton Junior

da.here Baptist they Assembly.attended While the I Sgt. and Mrs. Norbert Szymczak Miss Morse Sylvia will leave Morse and Morse'j High School prior to( enlistment. Green was hostess to mem- : A.Jtl '! For Most Standard t

formed a delegation from the Sunday His address la Pvt. Paul E. ben of the Methodist Intermediate -
eland they were guests ofl.nd month's I I l fi : 4La '
motor trip to the New STROU"-'II
local VFW Casting REELS
Mrs. Walter Glatzau.and Post to the Btate convention Greene. RA14239291 Co. I, 27th Fellowship Thursday ternoor Macalan;

Love Wilkes held in Sarasota Saturday England states and Canada. They Bn., 28th: Inf. Dlv., APO 25. Care I of last week when she entertainedat G..t xlTerfliirr. nf eo.r.- *
!Mrs. John will visit relatives I We Have of 6 Rules '
through in Maine Massachusetts the home I proP..'.'. tINS mail* nvrr3.GOO Plenty
Asonville are visiting, Judge Monday. They report Postmaster San Francisco Cal.! of her parents, Mr. / ..1.. of Home. Karma_
that the sound truck driven Rhode Island and He would like to hear :from and Mrs. I U J. Green. A.......... nejyer* fnvrn all e.... the
Adklnn at .
|\M. A. Z. KlngaMrs. by the Starke Nova Scotia. W..t". ..... .,.. ".lIn..
group the honor friends he writes :Many enjoyable
e. MI' and Mrs. J. T. group games E. A. Darby Bros.
of Quigley are STROUT REALTY AGENCYItopwwntat : I
leading the parade In Sara- were played In the
and Q. L. Price of yard nnd latein
r. spending this week In Shamrock. .
sota Locally Hy I
Saturday afternoon. :
the afternoon Mrs.
Ala., are visiting Mrs. W.M.U. Green aa
Ie. business Baptist
Comer Long of Deland attending to interests.Col. F. C. IIOLLINaSUOKTII Starke, Flo.
Is spent the slated by Mrs. Nelson Green and
Mrs. E. J.
slaters! Flynn weekend D. E. Knight. Mrs. B. L. Meets 116 So. Walnut StMATTFIIONHKH ,
here with his At ChurchThe Mrs. -
mother W. J. Churchwell serveda -
[sirs. W, D. Faxon. Matthews Mrs.
A. M. Richarde ''f
Morgan Stephens and chll- Mrs. F. H. Long. delicious chicken pilau supperto CONHM.T ... 1>. now ror.l., Hplrlt. J
s. Mrs. Annie R. Norman
and Miss
all klnila
| and Daniel and Miss Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch and Womens Missionary| Societyof about 14 young people and furniture upholelereii renovated anilreflnlnheil tIll I tat, Mnillum I and Healer I mate I
Joel Catherine Norman attended the ail Bounty, I hcr-nnea. 1 tell I .
Ambrose returned home Mack Futch returned home Sun funeral the First Baptist Church held eight adults. l'ron UM a cardHA8TINOH On I/nili t ..r 'lurk plnce H nil'you.. N. I
services for
Tom Mat- MATTHEWS! : CO.. Hue
Jiwday from Panama City day after spendingg a week's vacation thews in Alachua Tuesday afternoon. its regular monthly program and :, 130. Palatka., Fla. If of HUn.stark' on Hil. Vun/If Ixiok p to 1.11 for ;

they visited Mlsa Ambrose's trip visiting points of interest business C. R. SMITH.Ill
e meeting at the church
[its,, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Am. In Washington D. C., Virginia Miss .Louise who In' at- I I II I FOn acres HAI.K" land/ -, A a 8-rniim UueriiHey' 1IIICS. 10" Foil 1t ':NT- .1-nine. modern. fur*
Stern afternoon with 14
Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. C. R. nlMhi'd' .
and the mountains of North I Smith Jr., miinthn I i.lil i 1 heifer, 1 .y I'. i>ii'h..t: rotliiftre Una KII* etov, I
Carolina. tending the St. Louis Institute I members present. Mrs. Frank : announce the birth of a son C. '>r. 1-yr. old bull, a variety nf eliiftrlo, refrlwrntur. Also larK
uI I Knight Production Dlrec- vacation with her parents. Mr. I : R. fruit tre..u. I250O .',,"II nr 1irinKCliim. Tempi .%v... I'lume I in I. Adiili, .*
Baird had of the Bible Smith III on Friday June 13 only.
lir the National Broadcasting Mrs. Richard Thede returned I charge : u'Ni'll' Kt. 1, Him :ilJ-C,. tf
home Friday after spending the and Mrs. W. A. Stern. She was study and it was centered around ''In the Alachua County Hospital I.awtey, 4ip U-37 f
tiny In Radio N. Y. ,
City week in Jacksonville. accompanied home by herer Psalms 9:6.: The topic of the GaInesville\ Mrs. Smith Is the for. FOR SALE.
-tfuraeil, to New York after I moth-I FOrt SAITotooli| >. Jni'k Kront
and her Mrs. W. G.
his vacation with his Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lawson and aunt month. American Negroes. wa mer Miss Merry Beth Knight Ice thIs In KIH. >I| chap| AI'Hd a l.lltllhll.: 14. 1.5 h4. L.iC x* r
ling family 'of Headland Ala., have I bern who drove up discussed by Mrs. L. G. Powell granddaughter of Col. and Mrs.D. k trONi4n" nr"I".I, ": aneIa'irio 19, |tlo-ii; Wlmlowa, ,coniuliite. ) 1
rts, Col. and Mrs. D. E.lit rcrrlwprator. Krlvlnntor ,
( IHumhlnif Kllllii ,
Miss Stern back. I ; \* In. fly VVooili
recently moved to' Starke and are bring and a prayer was given by Mrs. E. Knight of Starke. At presentMr. >. rrli-ril. ri>a,.onulil. Inquire Hleam llollxm; Water Tanka; Cunt i &

residing at their new home on Mr. and Mrs. Valrle B. Kldd and H. I... Hough. Smith Is serving with the at HiH'iiml ktUL'VO IIUUHO nt : Iron Kaillatiirn; I'lne Fluurlnic; Oak
Tunis M. Smith and! Mrs. family have moved Into one of Hampton" Lake. tfilh. Kloiirlnathink: Hhelvixll .
Long aw a Lafayette St. Mr. Lawson Is a The minutes of the previous Navy overseas. I >l"ll 1.1 411.0. WhIte (Cement
par- the Lawson cottages on North I 'HT-I ml 1. inarkvil. nwaltowfork (ligac llluck lillv.. Huofliuci, Hand.
salesman for the Snap Iron Tool meetings were retail, by the secretary -, cow l t
eachor Association corJter- AI.XO
Water Street. umlerltlt In .. li nilr t'oncret PileI| Cnncrele P
| in Tallahasseo this week. Company. and adopted by the mem. 'I'll fiiK-iir. ronir. niitnronn tiruinlKil 84 A V. A '.1'41) 1 calf Mlocka, all .1..' pipe, etep ptiuina,
Miss Elma Lee Hickey spent Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wren and bers. Mrs. G. W. Alderman gave "'(>! ...1.". Fl.Ullllltl IM ''''!II. hlurk miirkitil, awallow fork, ftunilerlilt hoilii plvra, floor) t'Hnientl; I Itoclc.,
A. W Anderson last e.IlIv.hiatt. ,
spent Mortar MIs. Hieel
daughter Judy of Durham N. i In rltfht, ear anil tipperrut Window) Paint I
lay In Jacksonville. the weekend with her family in the treasurer's report and the of. h. C. llunmicker. PI"Intlrr. va. In l I..rt ""r. Nut try I., <>. oil and llluck I'ulnti Cnnrret rioorpompi t
Green Cove Springs. were visiting Miss Dorothy C'j fering for the afternoon amounted t'ia iIrno It. llunnuckcr. In-fonilnnt., Ilimon 813 W. Call Hlurk. or .ti Fill Jilrt) Jtump Truck
CIIHB NIL SOOC.onrilciA TvloKrupli. I In If llaullnir.Ihiulinn.
last week.
Miss Edith Manning spent the to $4.14. The reports of the OP FnTlLICATION" ) : (In.. skill I ...,.,. !
Mrs. Effle Johns had as guests AND NOTirW] TO AI'I'UAHHTATH learN. villa III I.Hi IJOII, up, mo :
,weekend In Gainesville as guest various circles wero read anti all FOR HAI.IO-T'ortn Hli-o sweet potato .
OF1 down,
FI.OHIDA to: 101- 120 mo. In rltv flnite.tuMEIC I I
Miss Patsy Hall. Tuesday the Rev. and Mrs. W. G. members were asked to visit the borne .Hunniicker. whiine r.uI.1iit'e vltifH, lisa, tl iinuea.il thouminil.If t rut If Imyerruin themoorirow ': tO. ('0111' tC'iSqqa

KROMD ABOUT Mrs. L. E. Moseley and Kay Smedley of Lake Butler. women at the State Prison Farmas
Hart spent the weekend In Jacksonville Mrs. A. C. Crosby. Sr., of Brook. a project for June. It was are rniimreil, to concur on 1 liruukitr on J.a L'ruHMo itoml.I'D e.13

I with Mr. and Mrs. Mark er has just returned from New decided that Mrs. H L. Hough Court June 23 and 1947. In the wherein ahov. nameil i roll IIAr.I6.roo. ham with 00.

Jut Moody. York where she visited her daughter will attend the Rldgecrest Con- oivorim.rll..M8. Krndforil. plaintiffHpckn County MMI ft. I"t... modern'. eonvenlenaen.. t
I |:HOC! eta ( '11 l)"i imlu Cook '
Mrs. B. Walters in Middle N. C. and 1'.I.Kralh ahnll publlnh this Order Hiitr' or l..ifayett Htmet. after '
ference In Rldgecrest, ,
In tiext four wet'kly I.... .. I
II .
in. Ii
Village. '" act as a delegate tor. the WHS. Wll"$ ... ny hanil and official Hospitalization i p. ._4tp 7. .\

CITY LIMITS Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Montelth 21.n.."lot 1947.rlurku, Klurliln. thl. May VANTKH TO nreNT' -tTnfumiKhed

and family of Euatla spent Sun hoiiHe. 4 rootna or more, In "Mlarke.
(OP PI CIA I SHAT.) A. J. Thomas. I
GARAGE & SERVICE with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Newcomers Encounter An Clerk of nald, Court During LIFETIME With Mr*. 'liurdetiv. at Hart Kurnlmre
day '::0.. mark' .
'My I.urlll" C Conner n. C. Return INtO
of Premium
.l*> STATION Graham at Kingsley Lake.L. Many HandicapsIn /",'h II. IHmifluH.. tlalnenvllle, Fta ,

SEUSAMDENU'OYA A. Canova Mrs. E. E. Canova, Ally for I'lf. 5-23 4t 6-U sAt Death FOR SALE
llth St. & Temple Ave. Goal
'ULYdci.o(44fALHILL'S Mrs. George B. Flynn. Mrs. P. E. Realizing I> ('Ulc.-r. (' )inr. nni)PONil'ir > YOU ( ET PAYMENT OF larSen Dow -----.---...__ |4 u f t
Mrs. W. G. ( r-I.OIIIIMl l-t ( II tIS. Klu.hllahlK. with batteries" t
and Mr. and :
Canova :
Gulf Oil Products In spite of countless handicaps f.tIIV.Belty: Pistol l>eltii -. -.-._.....:.4E'U: ,
Stringfellow were among those the from to 8.' I.amlerhark Hnath PlaIn. I. hospital" blllx In any' hewpltMl. Air ntattreNne ----*--**-.,.*_. S7.fto
gamut bugs
Auto funeral services for H.J running tiff v... William" I'lnrenra Heath| Leather. aviator helmet -_- $3 UH
Repairs attending labor and material shortages the Defendant. Cane, No. 6lfll.OIlDKIt ( New 111 ft. water hues _.. $I.U
[ COFFEE SHOP Work Guaranteed L. (Pete) Canova In Lake City : OK 1'IIMMCATIOV! Work clovea .- .. ,?_...Hi .75
afternoon. T. R. Connells are doggedly AND PAOTI'I't' TO APPBARSTATB 2. I)..rtor bill for treatment In hunting knlve with cane ,. It RA f
| Monday trlvlng to achieve their Shangri 01" I"r.u'HI1A' tot William HiiiiKlve pot'. _....._._. II 7H r
lol WEST CALL ST. Miss Pauline Doyd of Hardeevllle state of Florida Clllr.nI..alh.. whe.* realdeno hospital Kolitlnc atari, col. .... .. II tO
31. C. THOMAS La In the
Prop. sunny
S. C. arrived Monday to anil addrftia In: 1'nkniiwn. Hwlimnlnir trunk -fl _. || 9i( I
STAKKE FLA. two miles south of Starke on You are rngulred to appear on S. $IOOr| modal Inrocnr) during Men'N hamlkerchliifa _-- .110 I
visit Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Powell. I A, vnl,. can of roof coatlnv II 75
Route 200. to be more exact. total illnublllty fop any II .,*i. cnn piantla' -,- --- .*. 14 Nil I i
Mr. and Mrs. Connell have been .....I.h.nt or Hlrhni-iM that Imgln Navy tarirot kite -. ? II US .I I
NOTICK I Work aho"a .... _. 13.80 up
residents of Dradford County for: lifter |leslie "f 1..II..y.I"nr Leatner, bottle ... .-_ .. liSt/)
We the members of Pine Level)
five months having purchased the< heavy metnl "traeh can* _... .._ .0& I
Baptist Church resent the untrue I More (' lrul.l..te| Informatl Kluhlnif polxa .. -. .. ,511
former Mathews dairy homeslt iianswer Tennla chose __ .. IKS to 1141
Wearever AluminmnPressureCookers to an'< advertisement lithe and very unpleasant words said I I "n Clip and Mall\ Thin Oniponto M ft| ".UHur. oookere h |Mvli ,

about our good pastor W. E.I rilOKKM.MIO.VAL INMUK- Mae Want life preserver* __ II DA
nationally-distributed Strout New Niimmur flying ult .. 14 OA
Hall. Knowing him for many ANC'K ('''IU'N. Ifnlvnralty -
Mrs, I ZSV.. Commercial popcorn machine |2n oo
Farm publication.
Agency years as a preacher of the Gospel Avi, aintisvIlle>, 1"1... llenvv' imnvaiia covers __ ... ||.50, J
Connell born and reared In the In Hall liearlnw iMwninower IK 00 nt
a drvoiit Christian and faithful Itirtiber. .hiioia. .. ._.... .
terlor of China and a world traveler IA 10
worker we thank our Pastor, Nam ___ '___ '_ '_ _______-___ 1'itst.e' lined. aviator lacket 17 An I
speaks well of one thing in also Wilbur New fool .locker, ."..r. tux -. Ill.MOI" :
Saves\ Time, Fuel, Gafden- Made of the Metal I that Florida-the weather. "But the Bro. Churchwell A. "d.I....." .... ._.______u.______ aal Burba** cana 11.99
ton 95 Scott and all others who had any New A a-al oil cana __ _.. II:44
{ Flavors 2. Cooks Best. Easy to Clean. she said "fcet me down. IK In. metal .
and Natural bugs. part In keeping legalized liquor ______ kitchen etool* .. f I"AO
Colors '...r.* tinny lireail knlve AO
> Cooks All Your"'- > Every Family Should Own The Conneli's. announcer goal out of our county. Knowing we L-g .Mutcher "I..av.r."d* --. II OO

Vegetables, Fruits & Meats. One. of ultra modern tourist accommodations have a better place to live, all Tin ThotiMitnd 11. pan* unit, .thouiand_' _. ., of.OA nther each

has been thrown auuie- praise and honor to God who IIKI.I' WANTiai Ail-arounil prlnt bargain' too riumernua. to mention
Takes Only 4 1-2 Minutes To Cook Turnip Greens. Cuts Necessary what off schedule by shortage of gave the Victory. .r-oi..rator fi>r weekly new- On. of th. lamewt stocks of aur
paper anil Job HII"I' fall or pliia, merchandlMe In the Mouth to
Time Two-Thirds moam mm labor and building supplies. To Members Pine Level Church .,ome to i'lay ("iHjnty' Crescent eelect from. Corn* In and hrowv ,
i By
Cooking :
date Mr. Connell nan completed anew Oreen Cove Mprlnic 2t .Jii around -ami ae. our haralna In I
work cfothen, ehoe*. hardwar anilaurplti !
water well and septic tank, BAfKH.MAN! WANTRfl plenillil, ."0" ". tine of the lurae

Slightly Used LAMPS 5.95 anti Is rapidly completing seven ii,portunlty fur a roan wllllnr tl, Htovka ..? tarpaulin. In .the city,
Bridge m itri-v.* ( <.inn .
Maple pay the price In haril work tin i < >
unit "We'll be business Office
tourist doing .
Sunplies of the l aillnir uoffi roaetfirn In 4p.5e' .,. 4.msl. ..... '
, In two month," he .ald. the south; ni.sil several lawn with mil "1. Y..v.t5 ... ".......ii,llle.rnriTriH .f'
L Original of Weekly Bargains .alee. eRperlnca that can earn Pia. \.111..
Price $16.9.5 Take Advantage More tourist units and perhaps a what- th.y are worth Willing

swimming pool will be added In to start a man at |7S a week. ron HAF-M M. r.attrman.
and .. .. mllea auiith of Htarke on Koail.
promote nlm fast h ilernon -
ILilLolfiums the future to the pine-shaded tritlea hi. ability to work anil 100. lip
I and a half acre ite.- veil MI. flityw. a week ftlicht man
nan make unllmlterl amount In Fort $Al.itt..2.piet.a: llvln* room let. I
Besides living In China, Mrs. tin... Kor further (tetallw ....Ir... all eprln rnetrt'tin. In gonti,
Connell has visited! Japan the box ttalow Klvlntf full ......rl..n..... condition, |.(. I'hone' (, Htarke.Itp.
We Have A New %, Bordered and Cut and'' r..r......"... |.. K. Vaughn,
; Dutch East Indies and Ruiiala.. P. O. Uo. 11140 Havannah II..

Large Shipment ._' Material. Just What She spent the war years workingin it '-au FO.t "ALI"t3"'rops. acre some 'r..ol'.rn. 1a aom.1.owlnlf ....

of a shipyard in San Francisco.But FOil HAI.I-' > 1 I.... hoijee' 1.rwM: eotlfishing.
Beautiful As- d You've Been Waiting on Hllver Lake Alco :. :Ivilicn 1
in spite of the many binder near Keyeton llelichte. Have Jeep, 11000 mil.. Will sell

Forted Patterns For. Shop Here For ancts that have dogged their lake KeaaonaMe.frontaife, (cottage*ai h or on t.each..rmn. ,sepr.t.ly fur ....b. N. (I. If.ath I
every effort up. ,to date the Con- Writ. l-oilos IIn.llr.rl<.. Ftp '-aIXXttl lit. I. irok.r. liP

and Sizes .. r, Your Linoleum nells are far from being discour' FOR nPl-lT-a-.o..m apartment with _
jifflrrTii ron .MALE! Henry Ar.,... electrlft ntove and private. hath.Mr .
Also Looks Like aged. ham farm litcated 3 mllea west *. .I M. Mitchell, 103 W. Mad- .
Varied Patterns of WALL LINOLEUM Squaring her shoulders and narrowing of Leiwtey on tfoo ,,/ ac'ren, 140 ."r.. under cultivation -
Tile But Is MUCH CHEAPER her determined eye*. Mrs. and not ft stump In the FOR "A '_l-wheel came trailer.
140 .... Karmhaa 7 5.0 .
Connell vows: "I'll never give up. bulUllnic1 when Voided, IsIS opened
Hundreds of Useful (4 d....lIIn. houaea) all In KOOI! Ifa. I "..r., electricity conn**.
I'll conquer this place yet!I"YOU'D condition to liv. In, ha. two deepwellM. lion. ha. 9 .......n. and door.. .1.'
R .. E Cotton Double Size Office and School $...... of the bent farming mom nw, |1AO Ohio Cnnlna, tv
Fluffy King land In the- county and cheap. mile KH Ml.rk. on' Keyiton*
Kor a food buy rid. out and lakea Moad II
SMILE WITHATISFACTION Necessities Too look. Melvlna.' Abraham, l awtey
Others SOp > -17HTHAYKD ro KHAL.R.-.A hoary duty baby
Mattresses 3350 TOO! Numerous to Mention mrrlaa-e AV waterproof mattree ,
) : Dun-colored, bu'l.ha IJ5 Ham a. newt used t '4 It
19.95 'A" r 6 ,_________ Jei" bull marked crop Spilt "month Can b* even at III

... upper and under bit one cur Washington Ave. ft. 1.. Delander.
If We Don't Have What under a'tuare other ear. Notify ItpIOHTTraller
Strong Ticks Will Last Many YearS- Klbert Drill: Lake ,. ,
( Via. .
You Need We'll) fet; tip ><.>0 tag No. 45-V.il.. If
TRY ONE! found pie' *** rettirn to newepaper C
The Height of Comfort -
It For You offlc I'ltt NewffAme lip
OLAfuoi.r itur.rm it FI.OWI'HII
We Have MANY BARGAINS Not Listed In Our /tdIT'S fiiWE'5CALLING Volt "MALU.' : Hulbe from |l to FOR "A f.JI'-It".... .heater '40. portable -
... ......
'10 ( hun. rlpaclal price onthuunanil oil heater lit, I .
-- ____ _____ .... a .. l rnrker IISeach
r more. >avl* l-ro nette. A 9 chrome chair
iUdlull warm, Hoc 40-it l-awl y.atp |IC' I'hone fled Crone at 74-W
A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT Bradford County I-17 ..> ,<_I t 7.4

__ r- IYCL'RANCP-r writ. a 11 line) .: itA .JI%, at ,
FURNITURE CO. / fire,.., automobile, liability, and Fc.m;: Mi mil! lt"l.rJO; : road acre.
JOHN H. DENMARK ii Dee m. for your ln.,nran<-.. IfoiiN. with. four lararoom.,
PHONE 150 Telegraph need*. N. I.... WainwrIght Jr., III wired for ...,......",.. rt..-p well
Iced Call '0..., Phon. 114 If necnin tree.. JIB.... Joye) T Futeh

PHONE 151 STARKE FLA. I .I FOR RENT-Unfurolehcd, 4-room I.t.y. Itp

- .STARKE TAXI SERVICE 128 W. Call Phone houe. ".** with Ini-luiUna all. modern hot water eosv.ni. fit- FOR brand S1ALP'-On. 1-tmrn-r oil case.
new. M. C. Th ., Onlf
I moath.. )I... 5.. Haley, 41* Cater ......... Ktatlon. lltb Bt.ma* Tempi .
U '.r.Ir.. Itp Av*. |t|
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four weekly Issues. I Aa Clerk of .
P It Y H,r'I . . . was visiting relatives here Mon- Doyle Conner Receives Outdoor Award IN COv(' NTYTFLUItIUAI', 111 CHANGK.RT. j- next Witness my hand and official By Lucille 0 solo Conner,'un,
day afternoon. !: I seal at Starke, Flu., this June 4. Frank Landrum D. c1"

fr BrookerBy I Mr. and Mrs. O. W, Barry spent Cappa Thomas, Defendant.Cappa. Plaintiff Cue, No.v*. 6872.Sarah 1947.OFFICIAL( SEAL,) A. J. Thomas 1 Attrs. for Plf etatk I 1,1 1

Sunday In Jacksonville. ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Mr* T. W. Markey r
Mr. and Mra. E. J. Lewla and I AND

Miss Vivian Pinholster of Jacksonville -i i Jean and Edward Endlcott were Cappa STATE, whose OF FLORIDA residence to antI; Sarah a,l-

and Ming Marie Green of business visitors to Lake BuUer druB I Is: 1114 Fulton Street, Pater 74i'ir

Gainesville are pending this week I Wednesday morning. son.You New are Jersey.required ta appear on

here with Mrs Rosa Pinholster. Little Patt Plummer of StarkeIs June 80, 1947, In tint above :
Miss Juanita Lewis and her par spending this( week here with plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein I

enU, of Newberry spent Thurs her grandmother Mrs. John Cone, County Telegraph shall publish this I
day afternoon of last week here Mr. and Mrs. Herchell Layfleld Order In next four weekly issues

with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and children of Gainesville spent ... al Witness at Starke my, hand Florida and, this official May

and family.Mr. Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs 27, 1947

and Mrs. Gerald Roberta of Noon Mott. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas,
of said Court.
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Earnle Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pinholster of As By Lucille Clerk C. Conner, D C.
Johnson of Lake Butler were Jacksonville and Mr, and Mrs William D. Morgan Fifth Floor
Jack onvl1le. Fla.
Clark Bldir.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. BIrt Stokes Carl Ward spent Sunday afternoon Atty. for Plf. 6-30 4t 6-20
Sunday. here with Mra. Rosa Pin. .

Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis, Allen holster. IN CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD
and Ivamae Lewis, and Edward Mrs. CaHBie Larramore left last COUNTY.. FLOHIUtl IN tll.lNCUHY. .

Endicott were dinner guests of week for Miami following a visit H l ln, Smith Fennes"y, Plaintiff, .a e
Mr.' and Mrs R. K. Dukes at here with Mr. and Mrs. Luther vs. WIlliam H. Fennessy, Defendant
Sowell. Case No. 6687.ORDER .
Dukes Sunday.Mr. OF PUBLICATION -
and Mrs. Francis Russ and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis, Jean AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
two children of Starke spent a and Edward Endicott and Ivamae STATE OF FLORIDA TOWll- *8 THIS ATLANTIC EQUALS ANY ALB TO
Conner of Strk Future Farmers (lam }f. FcnneHsy. whoa. residenceand
Doyle % president of the Florida
few days here with Mr. and Mra. Lewis were in Gainesville Tuesday address. last known Is Char TASTED ANYWUERS IN TUB WORLDThe '
Vance RUSH recently.Mra. afternoon.Mrs. and recently M-h-ctwl by State Jaycees as the out tandlng: Florida boy eston.. 8. C, do YellowDiamondCab

Grady Baxter of Baldwin Vance Russ and Mr. and of 1947 III pictured above an he received the "Jungle C You are requrrea tn appear on
--- feature of the recent national convention of the Association of Out- or before July 7t... 1947. In the a-
.. ....... Premium Ale
hove named Court and cause, wherein
door Writer, held In St. Petrnlmrg. Conner Is shown at right receiving -
plaintiff seeks divorce. Brad
,, the creed from Jack f>Washington State writer and traveler. ford County Telegraph shall pub at the Popular Price
where I sit* Joe MarshCan't llsh this Order In next four weekly i
From .. JoY Doyle was charged with the duty uf Informing his brothers I issues. I /

among the youth of Florida of the principle of" er\atlon. He Witness my Dana and official TLAN IC
seal at Starke, Florida, this 6th day
wan told that the Jungle Cock Creed strene the necessity, of always. of June I9n.'OFFICIAL t
( SEAL: ) A. J.,Thomas,
(XL. Break taking only what nature can afford to give, be It fish, game, flower. As Clerk of said Courtly AiEa rr EEi? ''t b
Lucille C. Conner, D. C.
or trees.Mrs.
John J. Henderson, Eaq", St. Aua;- -Tall of tleod Asar' ,
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t His Good Habits! ustlna, flu, Atty. tor Pit. 4t 8.21IN

Truby Hodge attended the IN CIRCUIT COI HT DntDFOIlD
Church of God Convention at Caesar ':NTV. FLORIDA! IN tHANCKHV. : -

3' Bert ChlMors wu ..,In., its save every single thing that might Ocoee Saturday and Sunday.Mrs. HodKle,. William Little. Plaintiff,,, Victor W.. Smith, Plaintiff, vs Mar.

fanny how mo many of our wartime possibly be used gain. Cephu. Harrell .was in Case r Italph No. 51171.ORDER McCoy. Little Defendant ha .B. Smith Defendant. Case No.
habita stick with us. ? From where I sit It's mighty Alachua Friday. AND NOTICE OF1 PUBLICATION TO APPEAR* ORDER OF PUBLICATION 1---- -

Bert likes plenty of butter on his good that so many of these come Mrs. Eldon Hardy, Miss MargieSue STATE Of FLORIDA to: llnlph STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR TO: Mrs.

r bread, but even now he can't get mon-sense habits like thrift and Crews Mil. Guy Harrell and feY Little Raleigh whose Annex residence, Raleigh IB, Martha 11', Smith, whose residence REASONABLEcharges
over spreading It like: It was scarce moderation have stayed with us. Mr. Bill Bigham and children North Carolina, and Cedurs address, Marshalton Is. ego| George Delaware Perry the attended with the finest of
You required to on
are appear
.a hen's teeth. And as a ware Because they belong in America were In Gainesville Friday. June 80, 1947 In the above July You 4,are 1941 required, In the to above appear named on sincere Serving bring to us the friend.

worker! Bert used to stick to a along with tolerance, and mutual Mrs. YVlnfred Hazen and chil- named plaintiff court seeks and divorce.cause, Eradford wherein Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ship of the great communities whichwe

temperate glass" of beer on time off; respect for one another's rights. dren Oainesville, were visiting County Telegraph, shall publish this eeka divorce.shall publish Bradford this County Order Telegraph In- serve

'and he still holds fast to beer and They're habits that hare helped to relatives here Filday. Order Witness In next my four hand weekly and official Isauea

moderation. make thls-country strong and Mr. and Mrs Cephua Harrell Dual at Starke: Florida, thin May
I. 4 { Baa way with Bert's we. She neighborly and free. and two lions were guests of relatives 11.(OFFICIAL 1941. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, S 4E.DEWITT I
in Jacksonville recently. Ac Clerk of said Court.
not only hu no trouble savingused By Lucille C. Conner, V C. '
JhsK fata, and waste paper. She's Mrs. Bob Roberta and two children H H. Duncan, 204 Lynch Building, C. JONES
8ce. /{ of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Jacksonville Fla.
learned from wartime necessity to 'Atty. for 1'lf. 5-30 4t 820I AMBULANCE] SERVICE '
Elton Douglass and two childrenof I _

Lake Butler were guests of 11 cmrriT rov-nr. im\r>Foni> Funeral Director
COIl'M'IY. FLOIIIDl IV: CHtN4Klir. : -
,s f Copyright 1947 United Statet Brewers Foundation Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and i STARKE PHONE TOur
Ivamae Lewis Thursday of hut> John U Kvann, Plaintiff, vs. Mildred
J. Evans Defendant Cane BAKED SPECIALFor
week. No. 6878. local funeral home enables us to
Plenty of No. 2 & No. 3 ORDER OF PfBLIfATIOV Weddings Birthdays, offer conveniences and services not
v etc.
OF FLORIDA. MildredT otherwise available.
'- I I LAiqtE'YBy \ !Haul. Evans Calhoun, whope Street Hlltnce, Humter: Ia 1 South 26 LAPPE BAKERY

: Canning Cans Carolina We furnish the highest type service at the lowest prlcel

g L. II. Futch June You 30 are, 1947.required In the to above appear named on accept ANY life Insurance policy In fotceissued by ANT

e e . e Court and cause, wherein plaintiff P ny, as payment in part or In full on a funeral. Consult '
seeks. divorce Bradford County carries
YOUR WATCH no obligation.
"i'F THIRD CAR FQRnilOOKS Telegraph shall publish this Order

ROOFING . 45, 55, 65, 90 Lb. The third railroad car load of In Witness next four my weekly hand Issues.and official Deserves the Best

o Fordhook lima beans so far this ..oat I at Starke, Florida, thla May
21), 1947
a SHINGLES, Thick' Butt 3 Colors season was. shipped from here (OFFICIAL A.Clerk A. sale '.. -
Tuesday. Large offerings ot corn of Court.
Py Lucille C. Conner, D C. 1 "" ,
' ', and Fordhobks arg>'arrlylng at the J. C. Dili-runes, :Tacksonvllle, Flo. Mothers! '2.
OIL RANGE 3 Burner With Oven
Lawtey platform dally and are Atty. for Pit. 6-31) 4t 6-JO

trucked to market.FELLOWSIiIP S
m rtnrrrr '
coi M r. iR.\nponi TELEPHONE
Tricycles Wagons:....- Baby Strollers COIJMrV, PLOUIUil IV: LIIAV.CKH ; : 52-J ,
ELECTS Y.Maurice.
OFFICERS R. Jarkunn, Plaintiff vs. REPAIRTrustworthy For The Finest r
Viola Jackson, Defendant Case No
w ASBESTOS SIDING Johns Manville The Youth Fellowship of the 6690.

Methodist Church convened at the AND ORDER NOTIOH OP" !FI'BLIC'ATIOV TO APPRAIl Service Diaper Service t

TARPAULINS 12x14 and ''12x16 church Tuesday. night for a business STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Viola
Jackson whoso
ficers.meeting Ernest and Wells election was of selected of- aonsln South :Bird Street residence, West Allls\la, Wls-20J4 Harley F. StrongCAMP That Modern Science and .

MANY OTHER ITEMS OF You ar" rennlr to appear on
for president while Linda Car- July 7, 1947, In the above named DLANDIXO JEWELER Research Can Produce
ter was elected vice-president. Ann Court nnd cause. wherein plaintiff SINCE Ion A.
HARDWARE Carter secretary, and Joyce Ben- seeks divorce Bradford County Tel.
QUALITY ecraph shall pui>llnh thin Order In
nett treasurer. next' four weekly ln"ue.. 137 West Call St. 1
Wltnees. my hand and official We Furnish Hospital Clean Soft Sterilized
seal at Starke, Florida this June 6, ,
lP41. Diapers Anti-Odor Metal I Container :
series of revival meetings are OFFICIAL BP\L' ) A. J. Thomas
Aa. Clerk of said tViurt Protect Your UpholsteryWith Two Deliveries Each Week.
now in progress nightly at the Fly Lucille C. :
Conner D. C.
Farmers' SupplyIMIKK Baptist Church under leadershipof such Jf. Doug-la, aalnenvllle. Fla Good Durable '"r .
Atty. for VII. BelltN
the pastor the Rev. O. V. LeThe < s4t
All This For A Day
evangelist Is the Rev. W. H. cincriT COURT 'IH AI>FOHDci SEAT COVERSTAILORED Only Few Cents
Edwards, from the Pine Grove ("nl'vrv'' FIdAl1DAI IN: CIIAV.

MARACA Owner STARKE. FLA. Baptist Church. The public Is Ann Sarah Jane Nmbltt Plaintiff

cordially invited to attend these VII. Krancla. David' Nesbltt, Defend TO @j we Mrs.llartmann\ !!.
rB \
ant. Cane No. 6H8". 1'
) Miss Doris Gibbs of Valdosta, STATE OF blittRwhose : Franels INDIVIDUALAUTOMOBILE

1L Ga., was a business visitor here la unknown Duvld< Ne: residence I ih :
o z Friday. You are; ,,1).rI '" appear on V f' 1.JJWLflJ
1n ,
GREEN'SGROCERY July 7, 1947. the above named ,
The Rev. Q. V. Lee and Misses Court and cauaw wherein plaintiff I In Colors To Suit
Barbara Moore. Grace Crews, ,seeks divorce not cuntody of minor .
children Bradford Your Taste
County Telegraph
Mary Cllle Parley and Jean Doris shall publish this Order In
Austin returned Saturday after pext four weekly :iHsues.

attending the assembly! at Stetson "seal Wltnesii at 8tar1"1'my *"loridan this June 'STARKESEAT

University in Deland. 'The young G, U47.
people represented the local Baptist As Clerk of said Court
, M t Church In the assembly. Py Lucille C. Conner. D. r Court & :Madison Sts.
1'S+ ]\11'. and Mrs. M. H. and J. .CP": 'konill. lj>w Exchange
Wyatt (tide. Fla.
4t 1-27
Delivery Service Phone 86 &
three children of Miami areguests - - - -
- SB v*- -> -> ai aa.]..1
of Mrs. Wyatt'a parents, &i

.t Mr. and Mrs A. M. Blanchard.Mrs. .
Rib Beef STEW Lb. .25
Mae Wells, Lawtey' Postmaster N-0-T-I-C-E I ,1 i
Is attending the postmasters -
convention in St. Augustine 1 ,

Best White BACON Lb. - .35 this week. TO I a .1

Mr.'and Mrs. J._ E Wall, Jr.,. of your

and family are spending their f k' elf i e

'Church's Grape Juice, Pts. .18 ot Mrs.vacation> Mra.L. G.in Wall'' Hoffman Boca. parents Grand,ae Mr.guests and TOBACCO GROWERSWe clothes

Lt Col. and Mrs..John Courses *
ant children. John and Martha of Are Equipped To Render Make It a habit to

l Best Grade Hamburger Lb. .35 Atlanta returned to their home I j You Complete Fuel ServiceWE Tt ,. your wardrobe form' '

Sunday after spending a week 1 lar cleaning. '
here with Mr and Mrs. L. H. Hill ASSURE YOU PROMPT DELIVERY move, spots and
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Fr und j with 0,U "
-: 't skillfully)) \
Maxwell House Coffee Lb. .45 and son, Bill, Jr., of Jacksonville I AND QUALITY PRODUCTSWE slightest injury to th h

1 were guests of]\1'. and Mrs. L. H. I --V si-er 4 t' -.e material. You' '!II be bo

IIIU Sunday. They departed LEND CONTAINERSFOR and pro u d
FLOUR Ettffi: : ; .25 Lbs. 1.95 make Monday their for home.Cuba where they will I THIS, SERVICE wear pleased them Call us aftercare. for Pas.

Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch spent
the weekend In Greensboro as I CALL WRITE or WIRE US 5) (1 S up service today.

--- Dressed FRYERS and HENS guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. B.Croab I en' (% of
,. Mra. Futch will spend I .i i At,

I the next three weeks attendinga I S
supervisors workshop course in Agent

Plenty of "A"* Grade Tallahassee.Mr. j ,

and Mrs. L.' H. Hill left PHONE 135
Monday for a two week vacationon SINCLAIR REFINING CO. ROUT. 313Temp'

which they will visit Nassau
Jamaica Haiti and CUba. J Phone ,158 P. O. Box 427 GREEN, 9km. '1t

I _ _
.BEEF For stamp pads, stamp pad STARKE FLORIDA Owner u
ink. robber stamp, daters aumbeien J#
see The TELEGR, 'HL



w.rrv.by ysv ., '," ,v,

;p, 1847 BRADFORD
TELEGR/\l'n. 8T\RK. FLOltUJ.\ I
.or brought a fine message from _____-_ _._ -__.______ I Irr i I

Matthew 17: verses 21-27, and at I Methodist Pastors Rep. And Mrs. Wainwright Greet General !Court.. and 'ailne., .. h."tin, ph.I,,' .IT before ..fulv 7, U41. In tho a. I
*ka tlivorr Itradfnul
Get I'oumy hove nnnied Court and Faux where .
the close there was a very beautiful Assignments Telearaph'hall. piihtimh' thin Ordoi in plaintiff anokii .lIv"...... radforil
In next foul, weekly tenuoaWllnwa County TelearrHph shall I publtnh this ,
baptismal service of three When pastorate appolnlml'ntsfor cny hunt and, official. Order I In next: four weekly Untie,
young people. seal, at Htark.. Klorlila. thin !May Wltnenn IH). hand\ and. official '
], Tabernacle the Methodist Church year 17. 1947,, .<>al at tfltrko. Florida, thla (lit dayear .
e The Christian Conference was 1947.48 tOFFI'IAi. REAL A J. Thomat .Iu"... 1947.IbFFICIAI. .
Ormond wa were made at the conclusion AR Clerk of Kid Court. ,J
'canu'H of ''':AL) A. J. Thorns*. \
held Wednesday as scheduled, of the Annual ConferenceIn Py Lucille C Conner P C. \it riork of ...ht, Oourtliy \
the Youth MeetingLwrnacle II 1). Kronn, Clarke r'1 In, huiMlli C. Conner U. C. \
of with several Christian leaders St. Petersburg recently, the Atty. for fir. &-30 41 8-50 John 1 J. I! nd r :, AusilHtlne. >
night nt..Eil/
._ ; I Fla.. Atty 4tt1
present, and plans were discussed
Rev. W. J. Churchwell, IN rinri'ir .
and original pastor Nn'lFQIII' ,
d, wine new for al i Christian Education here for the M rv, FI.OHIIIVI INUuth l'n t,. ITCH i I
II always a: wel- past three years, C.t.:11: Y. ATHLETES FOOT .

corbin,est.yat. tution and sites Conference Inltl.1 was reassigned to Starke. l'7'q 'fS, t, tt VN Rufus Nslnon Mntthrwa.Matthew, IVfendnnt.rlnlntlft HOW TO STOP IT t i
Prospective were
the morning hour the Other appointments of Interestto I Cime No. 5HS1OUtlEK MAKE 5 MINUTE TEST \
Tabernacle deliver much preliminary work done. The readers of the Telegraph Include Of PlTnUOATION I
t Get TK-OL deal
of the a' at any stare Apply
message on "Fa- visitors were entertained at lunch the reappointment of Shuler L .t t ,, 'ha r+ y AND NOTICE! TO APPKAUSTATR : thin POWKKFt'l.' rKNrlMAHNU funs I
usual .e.. d d' : OK" KlAllllDA TO: Hufu. ride FULL STHKNUrH. Meactin MURK
by Mr. and Mrs. J. T. at e1 \
Quigley .
however, honrthIy Peele as Gainesville /t Matthewvht .
District heat
iv" not, Superintendent >iie known reit perms| la KILL the Itch. tt NEW foot i-
fathers, but point- their "Ecum Secum" home on Ma.- C. B. North's returnto Carolina d manil address le (Cnwnril South cumfoc or your Ata back. I I, ,

Hearers to the great Fa- blo St. Guests remaining for a Lawtcy M. M. Urockman to 1 4D. You are required. to appear on Today a* Canma Pharmacy J t
mankind, and urging theme special evening service were Dr. Lake Butler L. U. Ray to Lake .
a real Father's Day R. R. Stoker and Dr. S. B. Hlg- Wales G. C. Powell to Grace' vti t 1 P.
e Pang Ktm through His I gins of Charlotte, N. C., who each 1 Church In Miami. B. M. Montgomery iron' DOES YOUR f i

spoke briefly to a group gathered to Madison, John J. Rooks to liATHKOOM KATK
Sunday nIght the Spon- for the occasion. I Trinity Church in Tampa, and i
Frank Robinson to Tarboux Memorial ON PERSONALITY / \ fc" t
Church in Miami.
la It a nnxli'1 of com'cnlencso anti

YNER'S MARKET ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL iMMtiityf .\ro jnu priced tn how It /
UI'I'ami Mm. N, \\uln\\rlxht/ Jr.. of !Starke are pictured to guetiluTi>\\t run o lili'b >ththrnn I ,
Sunday above with their dNtlntnilHhitl kinsman, (}I'n. Jiihimtliftn M.aln- aims at
a nitHlrratn 45
very c IIG
Sunday School 10:00: a. m. \\"rlltht. "hero of Itiitaan", The O<'n<*ral Wan the Inspiration of a I
WALNUT ST. STARKE, FLA. by hating uw nxnlirnlIt with
225 S. and
Morning Prayer Sermon 11 C't..t'ratlon' In TalluhiiMnoo' ho
roicntlyhen urrlvol to address a quality apM| >lntnipnt .
a. m.
Joint session of the. Florida .ghslaturt' ;illei

Evening Prayer Friday and Bible Class I One To Three Years To Pay

7:30: p. m. Methodist Church iliiy of May. 1047.U'Kflcl.vu. NO DOWN PAYMENT I
<.Sl'\l> A, J. Thoma.
Rev. S. W. Creasey. An Clerk of said C..I..
.r b Rev. W. J. Churchwell pastorof Hr Lu.lll C. Conner. 1'C.. iiO
.Innn .r f IfnderaiHi. Enq: \. SL An.ustine Shull
Groceries the First Methodist, Church Florida.IT Plumbing & Heating (
has announced that his sermon
subject for Sunday, June 22 will < iiiinir.. 01'iTr, 111141)50x1) 325; Temple Ave. STARKE
i ITCH be "Preacher of Righteousness" liltY.Ralph: i it
and his text will be based : V. DiMinmn rinlnllff.' v..
upon Mitytnlo. i U: Ueiiniuii., IeftaulgsnL. : Cries t : ;
REGULAR TENDERIZED SkinCfackGetRedBurnsHERE the fourth Chapter of Hebrews No.' one it'linKit.
ANY The choir will ri'nuir-ATioN

BREAD Picnic Hams EFFECTIVE IS A TREATMENT SOOTHING AND fORATHLETE'S music Evening at the services morning present will service.begin special at uildixHii n.8T ANP r,>\TKOP...nmnn..
eight o'clock and will Include Columbia.. R, Ohio ,
FOOT You itre rMiuirnci to appvar on
Evangelli singing and a gospel June 3(1( 1947 In thM tihove named
Loaf lie Lb. 41cBONELESS | |-N.urobolm. .ct. promptly to relieve., ... message. A hearty welcome Court dlvor and ..... C'minty
trvctotlno' .Itehlnfl. 2-" kills .n awaits all at both the morningand '''Vli'ttriivh 1 vhall rnlillNh' I thin OrdiT
riVI of ttio fungi' which' vtually I.e.'. Foot on ....,_. 3-" 011..1.... tho The people of the church Wlln.".i. mv hand,, and. nfflrlalx '
..... young "nl 1 nt Htnrko Florida, (thin May Phone
ROLL ...*..1.. .....p'rwtl' on which Ath will meet at 7 o'clock and prayer 23, 1947. 179
...',root rung! .. ,'J.'I."I. RI "T.) A J. ThomniAit '
BEEF CHUCKROAST grow on*thrlv 4-It pro- .
Vel or Dreft t -.. .hooting off raw. crocked. pooling or meeting Is held each Wednesday Clark of sold" Court. O
.......... .. evening at 8 o'clock. The prayer Hv T.nc-llln C. Conner P C
*9 y sumo' I. and on tho foot.Tho ('''ul.-. It. lease, HO .OIl Iteally We local and .
55c reason Neurbalm I. to effective ,tn meeting groups are now studyingthe I'lilM:" Jacki.i>iivlUu. Flu.. Moving and operate long!
rge relieving Athleio's Foot if that: it acts at the Trinity. You are Invited to Atl)'. fur Flf 5-30 4t 6-20 distance in
rac ol the troublo by Mlttt* ail FIVE of "] Anywhere
29C Pound iho common fungi' on tpntacif 1 h...highly attend. IN iiiciir t'o1'IIT. n.u..o....) Stptag ",d
Box Infectious plant molda and] pa ran tea prow cot" % rY. FI.lO..IU'1 II (:Il,47i.: the State of Florida.
I and ihrivo on hot pe"plrln",, .. ( fet. So hero, < 1Ili. ., 1 :
coo* Neurabalm is .f/ m helping keep Singing ConventionMarcus Thnnmt I. Butler Plaintiff vKliilnn
down evceative perspiration, Pusher : t'urliln lluilnr, lJ"r"nI."t.. 'a
itasoothing Fast Careful Moving
FRESH DRESSED : aaalKeaic iiwedieatj: work: fAStf Luau. Nil. r'IOM.IH"EII ;
10 relieve pam and itchini. Conner president announces ( OF PU11MCAT1OMANIi .
JIM: DANDY AND DRAWNFRYERS Hetpt Guard Against R.-Infect. that the Bradford Coun- NOTHM8! TO AI'IMIAItHTAM4 ., .
OK KI.OUIOA IllnlneParkin f
I kill Treat on.your these feet fungi to a rub and with to help Neurabalm prevent'lo a ty Singing Convention will hold Itutler whom reHlilnni'H.. IH* WE TRY TO KEEP IN STOCK I
GRITS painful and serious case from developing. Its regular meeting Sunday ofter- International FallH, Mlnn nota

the Neurabalm akin clean I.and delightful/refreshed to .u..el. I is It Anne leaves* noon, June 22, at 2 p. m., at the JUZo 80( ,are 1947 required, In the to above' P'm:3: Everything To liuild. Repair or Remodel 1. ,,
less, non.aticky does out stain the akin, Church of God St Clair St. near I
.blister nor destroy ..-.... Get a bottle A.phal' (
15 SIb!b. bag 39c Lb. 68c today and sea how quickly It brinjrt 8th In Starke. Singers from out of
soothing, welcome relief.I Read:directions in (town are expected and everyone CONCRETE BLOCKS :! E Ela
package for other valuable Information. At !
drugstores, In 23*. "... .nd $.29 bottle Is Invited to take part. ht Trim. f"
.... 4 u 6 ,
Alto grand for aching muielei...tired, burning. 4
fist funburn bruttts Itching skin.NEURABALM. ,. share I I
The TELEUKA1MI hall just rGfUed '
11159 For Free Delivery And Prompt ToolnIlrlrk READY MIXED ;
nl'prewar quality oy
vice. Quality'' Merchandise At The rubber bands. Plenty otretch nglps CONCRETE 'rShi : ,

west Prices. '*. CI1U AU tlVf O'Till COMMOW'f NIIT1't .- Four and sires snap at 49o andstrength. pcgiaarteapound hoofingPlywood ,nl 6 4 '-',!: 6 :I! 1

COOT rUNOI ON CONTACt box. A real bargain.niirt'iT 15! B. I>laat4-r "'I i : "
Dozier & Gay Paints
I\: COI'fl'' nlttDF011CoUYTY 1 f'ablnrtsVallbonrd
Mattie<'''J1&Y.Bterlnkoii Marhnudy, Plaintiff ALL MAKES Stepping Htones "llcst The "r
3 shouldihefiondaMonth know about vi. Nick S. Machoudy, Vutdllnt. ,,"- Lumller
things Cfix No line
ORDER OF PIIBLICATIOV Work Guaranteed d ; !
AND NOTICE Tf APPI'IAR8TATR Building Supplies ; I
: : ,OP wtinna FLORIDA iHHt krtown to-: Nick rest B.Miichouily ,.. Quick Scn.iceEASTERN ANNIS I

clenco beltvery and, Hlrmlnichniii.' address: In AlabtiniH.You % dnnaral. AUTO. INC. ItI .I ;i I
are required tti appnnr on
; P//an' or above before named Jiiuv. Court SOIh 1947 and In raunewherein the, SUPPLY Depot & Pleuruint Stn. Gainesville, Fla.P. f ,

plaintiff(unty' Telegraph neck. dlvorveItrridford .hn,11 l 1. STARKE FLA. Phones 217-21H I O. Box 591 t
Order In next four I
weekly |Iathis.. I
Wltn,,H" my hand and offli-lal. f
.angst I at Htnrko, Florid, thin 2Hth I ,f I

What is i.t 1 STOPS I;

t 666 CHILLS Contrary 'l t I.

e: 8ond-a-Month Plan !, a new, easy, auto- |
f dc way of buying\ U.s. Savings Bonds. See for Malarial Synplern( jFEYER' '
eow-<)I... you Q. .
pt t ii for businessmen,farmers,professional men plJ.lj J MO R .nh-m.' :
lin.Cla.: TO..1ul. -- To Circulated
ifr torn Reports
.:one who can't buy Bonds on the Payroll rug. i

">J 1 Plan,yet still want to save r. ulatJy. ,i::
lv' .
you're' not on a payroll-and have a checking I I

t-the Bond-a-Month Plan is for you! G. F. ODOM f I

DEALER IN FRESH The Price of Gas ; "

> ,

..Howdoesitworkfv.Authorize \ I AND WHOLESALEAND CURED MEATS To Our Metered Customers Y ;!f,1, b ,I

the bank in which you have a ; RETAIL Is Not :
Advancing ,
kine account to buy U.S. Savings Bond for j 1-) J p I" ,

ROUTE 100 2 MILES ,, .

|Then every month the bank buy a Bond in SOUTH OF STARKE .

r amount you have selected registers the Bond z We Appreciate Our Starke Business And .

pour name, tends It to you. and deducts the ,. .a i
chase' Price from your balance. Will Continue To Serve You I' ;
Ct 1
I' .

,What do you gain ? WHY BUY YOUR TANK? --- \\Ve Furnish The t' ;

.Course your biggest gain I.the financial secured '& '

independence that come from saving 55. Complete System And Then We Have An Obligation :

y and surely for future needs. : r .

But you also gain a generous return on your m' T.*

00''UI&1-$400 back in Just 10 years for every __ To Continue Serving Our Customers t I '

you lave today. And you have the gatiafac.r A ,
*of knowing that every Bond you buy helps sae; t .6EiJ ;

7/our country financially sound. \ j

wy not start your automatic .*vit\\& right ,
See We Now Have In Stock A Complete Line of Refrigerators
J your banker today and sign up for ,..
pBond-a-MonthPlan. r.r o w/ ? Don'ijmtoff: All Sizes And Automatic Water Heaters.

v& the art automatio way- wiih U.S. Savings Bonds buyingAutomo1iILuurance I Il

Call Al Hartmann Phone 52-J For Service y,

Charley: E. John r


Khun IS HTARKE. FLA.ruaimrllrs Gainesville Gas Co. t

Member Florida National Croup i iu

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.


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: OTICH OK APPLICATION FOIL ''tiff.; ;.. Earl Wayie CJosnr Defon- hall publish thin Order In next, BTATH OF PI '"' '
Sixtieth Wedding Anniversary Finds Georgia Gets Cream TAX UKBUII : dant. Cane No. 782ORDKIt I I lour weekly issUes.Witness hand and officialseat Schutt Lebanon' whonV: (4
my lain
BIM> Hill M .. lOISNOTi'1i "" :
Mrs. Blanchard Busy And Philosophical Of Marriage Crop : M HKHEHY OIVEN I I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I at Starke, Florida thin June .- "
i i
: 1941.t July 14
. t. ; thAt ('. II. Cnopor 'he holder of the STATE OF FLORIDA toMr. 11. !, 1947, I 'lb.'Iii.
J. Thomas
SEAL) A. Court .
Show followinte.rtiflcat.m him. filed untilovrdflvatvM Earl Wayne. IoNs, whose residence ( <( County Figures
fly Buddy DB\Is for a tax.,I..d to be IK* and addre. I la Cburlenton, "''uuthCa.ollna. I IHV An Lucille Clerk of C.said Conner.Court.U. C. Telegraph tiff sa.s ,'A:' 'vJ _
nund therein. The certificate num- ;
for drainage and roads. A paved i Vim required to appear on J: H harrison rAW Exchange Bldg.J.iek.tnvlie. / In next four i-
K. ds'srIptlon I era
of oak- County Judge E. Perryman ; her and year of Innuance, W""kl "
DOWJone Lawtey'a : ald" flamed : Fla. Witness .U'
I the July 18 1147, In the above on '
road to Lake would of the property, ) htt4
Klngtiley reports that the marriage busi- for Plf. 8-1 4t 7-4 soai At '"4
4 shaded lanes there lives a couple names In which It was annealed 1'onrt and cause, wherein plaintiff Atty. Stark, F' 'I id.
surely be nice. i la not these geek* divorce and restoration. nf 11. 1947. 'bt
who courted and married during rises! flourishing days. Are a. follow.: maiden name Bradford County Tel- I, iv ruin" ('(SlUT, BRADFORR F <
the South's Reconstruction day Mrs. Blanchard dropped one not In Bradford County anyway. Certificate No. 89 Year of In- I eKiaph shall publish this order In (01',"'''''. FI.OIUDA.V: CM1S- i. Clerk I fS1.r1C'.ut:; J Th
nunnot 1K45.DoHcrlptlon "' I .
and have lived happily ever since. pearl of philosophy) which Is by The Judge's business of selling i of Property: All the next Witness four weekly my hand.IssUes. and official Andrew CEKV." R. Martin' Plaintiff v*> Each J.tv "o"lne.", C.,Con n e.' n c-

Sixty of marriage are somewhat no means old fashioned. This lady marriage licenses Is off 88 percent S 380 ft of BIk S 'H" of 1C > M that seal at Starke Florida. thin June Florence A, Martin, Defendant. Att3r for I'lf 04i0etiii p
years lion 13 of dirt road Ex t lot In NM
unusual and Mr. and Mm. who can remember when the from Its "boom time" high. 'or 148 ft n
4 A. M. Blanchard are justly proud streets of Lawtey were used for Business Is bad because the state 12 T. I "8' RilE. containing 2 A* Clerk of saul Court. I AND! NOTICE TO APPEAR 1:11': ClnI'I'r (.01 tt'r
commented acres. I Ry Luclll"' C. ("Conner r>. C. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Florence ("OI''IITr.' 1.01110' fltt
of their record. Sunday target practice, legislature passed a law which Name In which aHs.*Bed. : Un T. Frank Landrum, Htmko. Fin A. Martin, whone renldence' la 'Eli V. 11 f
When Mrs. Blanchard "The bust thing In the world went Into effect around the first known. Atty. for J>lf. 6-10 4t 7-11 111 Maple Avenue Irvlngton, New William Claude Min,)
80-year-old All of said property being In the Jemey. I Mrle Min'v wb"., .. Pltl..
: saw thin reporter she threwlieI' In a clean conscience. of June 194S. This law has been In the County of Bradford.( "State' .'I, CIRCUIT COURT, tlRAnPOKD You are required to appear on Slinderlinhaui n".1, .Id." ....
hands In the air and said And in answer to that oft asked Interpreted to mean a five day of Florida.ITnlHue" I tOI-MTY. n.OIIIMA. IX: """:Ii. July 14. 1947. In the above named I Carolina... '01'4,
.such certificate or certificates KHV. n Court and cause, wherein plain- Ca., No. 5714.ORDER .
"I haven't much time. I've work question about married life she "Cooling off" period between the hail b. redHcmcd accordIng MolKe; Horn (Aino known a* Mor- tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County i OF'

to do." As for Mr. Blanchard answered, '''He'. the only man I'', application and the'laming of to law the property d l.'"rrlb"llIn rlH Horn). 1-Mnlntlff.i: v... Anna Horn, Telegraph Khali publish this Order I ANI NO'r 'j PI'BLC'ATln Tc, !
suCh certificate or ..,rtifl..I.Hwill pefondant. Can No.. 6719.I In next four weekly issues, I STATE OF A I"'RA,
age 84, It wasn't long before he : ever wanted to marry. Of course the marriage license. In addi- be void to the hl-h..nt bidderat ti-lil-n: .i.' !'I'.IC.I'IOS' Witness my hand and official. I Pitney who,-, FI.oHIOA reId 10: I
p I excused himself to finish the I would do it all over again." tion, the law specifies a blood the court houxe door on the f Irnt I I A NO NOTICE TO APPEAR seal at Starke, "Florida this June I dorlinhaul Roitl. : :1
Monday In month of AuKUxt O4i. !! STATS OF FLORIDA to: Anna llth 1947.OFFICIAL. Carnlina
churning.Mrs. test for those who Intend to take which la the 4th day of August Horn whose residence and add... <(< SEAL) A. J. Thcuna, 1 You
Gold Head ParkIs i "the fatal step," and also a mini- 11)47) I I I In: 13Hi Irlarte Street, EMeno Alre*,, A* Clerk of *"lcl Court. I July 14 are requpoi|
Blanchard wag born Anna Dated this mil day of Juno, 1"47.OFFICIAL Argentina. By Lucille C. Conner. D C Court 1947. In tll ", 0"' ,
McLHnd In Melrose In 1867. She mum age requirement of 21, or ( 8KAL: ) *. 1. ThomUM.Clerk : You are required to appear. on Zach. Douglas", Ualnesvllle, Florida I tiff. seek and dlv"n", .. h, ,'I
Popular Spot parents' permission.. of circuit: Court of nrndr'r'iCuuiity .TuIY 14, 1947, In the above named Atty. for Plf. 6-13 4t 1... I Telegraph CL 11"0"101'1'" (
married In Green Cove Springs In Florida.' t-M:!! 1887 and the young couple moved For VacationistsWith In the year ending'he: last of _- I I I | anniillfn0nt. Bradford County IN: CIRCUIT rot'H-r. BRADFORD Witness neJt\ four we.kl IN.U...
May 1943.: previous to the NOTIC OP APPLICATION ron Teleicrapli hail publish\ this Order COUNTY, FLORIDA IV: CHA.V.TKRY. I my htni! Ond
to Lawtey In 1888. Today she describes passage -1 i In next; four weekly lHue seal at "'titarke Florida fi
I FMIliinoe : >
TAX > I 1
a,1 f tIiiP hernelf a* housewife mother the busy summer season of the law the oftlce- of I Dill 50. leSS: Witness my hand and official Robert C. Schutt Plaintiff v*. 1 11th., 1947(0"l"1C1AL tblo
this JulyS BE.L
.ji i1hi grandmother, great-grand- tout star ling:..the nine cottages at the County Judge sold 608 licenses NOTICE.. Clark. II HER the holder' "Y GIVEN of the, thRtTI..I. fol neal 11, 1941.toFI"LCIAl at Htarke .Florida Olivette Svhutt, Defendant. Case 1 AH Clerk of said )s ,urItv A.\ J, To

-'i' mother and chicken ralanr. She Gold Head State Park are booked an average of about 01 I"wln" certificate has filed said I i SEAL) A. J. 'rhonias.I No. 6713.,', .?ER OF PUBLICATION I I Zach LucIlle C. Cllllne, n. ,.

' ,1.) speaks fauUlwi English, .14 exceptionally almost solid until September 1,, licenses a month. In the year certificate United for a tax d.certificate.d th hn I I I By An t: cWI.ob.said Conner Court.: D. C. AM.- NOTICE! TO APPEAR 1 Att. Dou/llatf for/ Plf., Oainviii, PI

i L well Informed, and It was announced here today by just completed last month, the numhnra thereon and year. of The InniliincH! the 'T. Frank Lnndrum.. "Starke, Fin.i 8'11; ,
3 7-4
ijt ti.. ha an opinion on about any sub- State Park Director Lewis O. Judge has sold only '72 licenses, description of the propurty, and i I Atty. for Plf. --.:. 4t FEET
the nitric In which It wan
.. Ject you care to mention. Scoggln. Only a few more reservations an average of six a month. are .an follow: IN: rmrriT rornT. BRADFORD
i,,., P : Lawtey" she recalled, "backin can still be made, he said The largest number ever sold Certificate No. 6J Year of laHuanre COimTY.. FI-OHHJAl IN tHAK.
1545.Ze"rriptlon CKKY.Miriam
'. '! &' 1888 had a good many wealthy and even them are expected to was 114 In September 1942. The of Property: 8 55 ft H Sneden Plaintiff v*. Keep Your

'. I : . northern people. One of them, be gone shortly. smallest number was two in November of NVV'i/ of Rile 2 er It S H N Joseph K. Sneden, Defendant. Case Happ
110 ftof SW'xi! '\ of Ink 2 8 of It 31 No. I72l( 'I.
p : Dr. Todd. retired native of Massachusetts The park la located on State 1946. lit land. El nf eRm" to runS In TVm- ORDER! OF PUBLICATION

4gi ,.* .44 .4 settled In Lawtey and Highway No. 21, six miles north What's happening? "They're all 1.le'H'Iub.IIlv/ Hera. 21 .ansI 23 T. 6 I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR .rO ? .; ..
H, R 2! K, containing 2 acres.Name STATE OF FLORIDA to: Joseph
became interested In 1 making a of Keystone Heights on tthe road going to Georgia," said Judge In which BKneHund Kelianer K. Sneden, Whose residence and

r: i %'A city. He was responsible for the to Jacksnvllle. It Is equippedwith Ferryman. Clark. address IM: Unknown. ,PR0MPr4; P ...
All of said properly being In the Youare required to "appear on LOWEST
wj; layout of the town' ; kwtey, at I( swimming, boating, fishing County of Bradford, Stats of Flor July 14, 1947, In: the above! named

k.. that time raised oranges and hiking, picnicking and other Ida. i Court and cause wherein plaintiff
Twenty Teachers L'nlena such certificate' or certificate seeks divorce. Bradford County SERVICE PRICES
trawberrlea. We laughed when facilities, which are available to shall b reqremad Recording Telegraph shall OrderIn :

1.v, ( the people from South Florida daytime visitors all year around, Now Attending i to law the property deBi win next four ..1i.l1reh.lt ). We In
Specialize "While You
such certificate or certlflrate I I Wltn.*. my hand .and officialseal Wait" WorSTARKE'S
.e .r wanted citrus cuttings, but we whether or not cottage space Is be anld to the highest hld.ler at the at Starke Florida, this June
f.:2: 1 : ,, soon found that they could be I available. Tent and trailer camp- Summer Sessions court house door on the first Mon- 11, 1947.OFFICIAL. ;
,(,, i fi, raised better dnv In the month of Auniirt., 1947, i SEAL) A. J. Thomas
down there. The 13 also
but 1
fixt big Ing permitted !Ino
Around 20 Bradford which! I I. the 4th day ot AugUst, Clerk of aald Court. SHOE REPAIRING
? P'TES freeze In the 1800's ruined citrus sanitary facilities can be provided. County 1947.;, .i By Lucille' C. Conner. D. C.
: ; 1t4 here. I haven't much of There Is unusual about I teachers, the largest number In Dated this igth day cf June, ''T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fin.I .
up seen
.a. ; nothing recent are attend- 1947. I Atty. for Plf. 6-13 4t 7-4 116 So. ,Walnut St. Next To IlollingsvorthStuart's
It since." the solid booking at this time of years currently (OFFICIAL SRAL> A..J, Thomaa, j
I1 'f She ing summer school sessions at Clerk of Circuit Court of Pradfnrd iv rmci'iT roi'RT. BRADFORD
: explained that the the state director
Lawtey was year park
Florida universities County, Florid 6-80 4t 7-11 OlNTI'. FI.ORIDBI CIIAN-: ,
: the first place In Florida to grow Indicated. More than half of the The renew- I ..:HV. j 1'I

strawberries for northern markets 28,114 people who visited Gold ed Interest being experienced In NO'llfH' Of APPIirATIO1* FOILI'Ax Theodora O. MoHer, Plaintiff v*.
John W. Mover. Defendant. CaneNo.
summer courses Is attributed PI'Ki)
"Mr. Knickerbocker started the Head last year did so during June, ........ Kill %.. 11015: 'I Bits.ORDEft.
: whole thing," she mused "and July and August he disclosed, largely to benefits to teachers NOTICE! IS HRHEBV: dlVFIN. OF PUBLICATION
under provisions of the new school that Martha. I.. tlaxxn, the holder AND NOTICE TO APPEAR .--
now look at ItI"! and these three months promise nf the following certificate han STATE OF FLORIDA to: John W. ,

j When asked about the famed to be even busier this year. Attendance law, based on qualifications. filed said. certificate for a tax deed I Moer. whoSe residence In unknown. ,2C ,

oak trees lining the streets of there from January Among those attending the University to be number issued therenn and veers The of l ,nuance certificate -'l.Juyuu.a 1>47 required, In: the to above appear named on '

Lawtey Mrs. Blanchard said that through May of this year total. of Florida are: the description, ; of the property, .ini i i tiff Court seeks and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein plain- -

Mr. ,Mary Todd wife of the retired led 13,265, or nearly 3.000 above From Starke school: Edna Hart, the namea a. follown-In which It was imenniMlare I Telegraph shall publish this County OrderIn -

Massachusetts doctor had the same period In 1946. Llllle Bridges, Madge Middleton, Ortlflc-ate No. 99.! Tear of Is' next four. weekly issues.Witness .
bond official
planted them sometime'. before Each of the Gold Head cottages Ethel Blggn, Edna Prevatt, Louise unce 1944.Description. of r..np., rtv: SWVi ft | neal Nt Mtarke: my Florida and, thla June '

1900 when she was president of has three rooms and Is equippedwith Raulerson Willie Mae Denton SRM: Sec U. T 6 LI, H 22: E, contalnlntr 6. 1947.OFFICIAL. / ,
i 40 acre*. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, i$ -Q '
the Village Improvement Assocl- two double beds, one day- Kate Sheppard, Ruth Frazier, Name In which aBMtnued: Un I A* Clerk of said Court. ,
QJ; .atlon. "Mary Todd Delia Rosenberg and Carson Gel- known. J. C. Durranoe, Law Exchange/ Bids. Qc
was a good bed a tOIlet, bathing facilities, and Jack onvlll., Fla.Ally V'l ,.
I All of sail.
friend of mine," she said. "She 'a kitchen with a gas rangette ger.Brooker County of Bradford property Slitj being( of In Flor the for Plf. 6-13 4t '1-. S S CO C

died two year ago, In Jacksonville cooking utensil, sllverwear and school: Harmon Morgan ida. : lS # -
ITnleHa such certificate II: Clad'!'!' COt'RT. BRADFORD .
at the age of 96. inciden- china. Each rents for J4 a nightor Annie Laurie Morgan, John- shell ba redeemed or icordlnT certificated : I I I I ('01''IVTY. FLORIDA IX: CIIAN- .

tally ,".he added. "my husban $25 a week for four persons nie Ree GreenHeilbronn to law the property doncrlbed In CBHY.Oeorve .

horse hauled all the trees." I| plus BO cents a night additional school: Muriel Norman auch ba nnld certificate to the ocertifle.tes highest' bidder will at Marfoula M.Foklanoa Foklanoi, Defendant.Plaintiff ".. \ '

-J The Blanchards have six living for each extra person, with six Louise Crwjby. the court house door on: the first Cane No. 11696.ORDRFl \.. .- ,..
Children Miss Knta ) Mnndav. In month of Auvniit, 1947, OF PI'BLIOATIONAND .
: N. Blanchard the maximum
i number that can which. I I" the 4th NOTICP3 TO, APPEAR ; '
Hampton suhool.Ola'Perkins: ; 'day ot August, _
of LaWf v, Mrs. Susie B. ,Dye of I occupy a cottage. Maximum time ; 1947. STATE FLORIDA, to: Murfoilla, 5/ '
Fort Lauderdale R. A. Blanohard'' Lawtey school: Dorms Qrlffls. VAt.r1 this I Kth dN? of Jure, 1947. Foklanoa, whose radiance and ad-
,of occupancy Is one week."" (OFFICIAIBRAD: A. .1. Thoma. Stress Inr Ilo "f Patmoun, Qre.iie.. 7
: of Lawtey, Mr. Wilma Bohannan I I Superintendent of Gold 1 Head Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Law are at- Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford You are required to appear on ,,

of Miami, Mica Arthurlne Blanchard Branch State Park Is W. A. Cal,. tending the summer session at County Florida. fl-JD 41 7-11 Court June 14 and, 1917!, cause, In the wherein above named plain '

of Jacksonville, and Mrs well. Tallahassee, and Mrs. L>. H. Futch I* nnrt'iT' rorn-r. \nF-onn tiff seeks divorce Bradford County
Kathleen of of Lawtey Is attending the three- fOI'NTY.' FI.ORInt Telegraph' shall publish. this Order
Wyatt Miami. In adIllion : CtIt.f.StI In next tOllr w..klv .........
H ,< there are nine grandchildren |JAS. E. ORMANI: SERVING week leadership training conference Arthur y Nlcknlu Henry, plaintiff 'I I WttneHH- my I hand- '-and official ( .9

and thr.4> great grandchildren ON NAVY CARGO SHIP also In Tallahassee.5 V.. Mary Agnes", Henry, Defendant 6.seal 1947.at Starke. Florida, this June
VTerminal Cane No. 5137.nttnIcf4 .
Mrs. Blanchard wasn't entirely OF PtTRt.TCATION (OFFICIAL REAL' ) A.I. Thomas, ,
satisfied :"with the world as It Is James E. Ormand seaman, first Leave ANP NOTirsTO ApppAuHTA'rI'i A* Clerk of said. Court. '

today, "I know I'm just old fash. claim, U S. Navy, son of Mrs. OF FIXJRIDA ti): Mary Evan lilda-, Jack T. Evans.onvlll.. Law Exchange/ .
C. M. Phillips, of has Blanks Due Soon Agnes:: Hnnry\ Whose residence and I Att.'. for Plf. Fla. [ c:; 4 4S
loned, she said. "But I do believe Starket been address I I. 457 Rich, Street, Oakland, ) 6-13 4t 11I1'tiIT 14l.'I ::

that people aren't doing transferred from the carrier USS California. (' OIIIT. BRADFORD
an they should." In connection Prlncton to the cargo ship USS Terminal leave blanks must be July IS.are 1947 required In the to above appear named on / ('OILTY. FLORIDA. IN: CHAN.CBBV. : -

with this she mentioned labor, Jupiter. In by Sept. 1, 1917, A. L. Crosby Court n.*ekH, and divorce.C",",..., Wherein Bradford plaintiff OilY W De Frehn Plaintiff, v*. ,

capital, and women. The Prlncton and Jupiter were county service officer announcedthis Telegraph,, shall publlnh, this County Order Ada De Frehn Defendant. Case.
No. 5704
"As for this part of the coun. In San Diego Harbor on May 16, week. After that date no In next four weekly Issues ORDER OF PUBLICATION

.j4"c try." she said with indignation and Ormand was transferred as blank will be accepted by the eiml Witness at Starke mv, hand Florida and, this official June AND NOTiCE TO APPEAR Radiator Shop

%ii "It needs. more money spent on It part of a decommissioning detail .' government and the ex-service 19. H4TOFFICIAL.. Da STATE Frehn. Whose OF FLORIDA residence to and: Ala ad-
for the will ( SPlAt) A. J. Thomas. dress I I. Unknown.You .
Jupiter. man not be
'I entitled to terminal A* Clerk of said I Court.
Ormand entered Naval serviceIn leave pay. **v T.ncHle fConner.. T>, C !, July 14 are 1947,inquired In the to above appear named on Corner Temple Avenue & 10th St.

W.C.T.U. June, 1944, and received hisS. ', Terminal leave pay la pay for Itt Frank. for tndrum1! Starke 8-20, Fla.4t 7-111 i I Ie tiff.urt seeks. and dlv..r.,caune... Bradford wherein plain.

recruit training at the Naval any unused portion of furlough Telegraph' shall puMlnh this County Order ALL WORK GUARANTEED-
Training Center I irs: riRcriT ('otjiti' lifl.DFOflOccv's'ry. In next four ---
Camp Perry, Va. I' time. Blanks are available at the I weekly issues.
Bat Thanks Be To God He aboard FLOHIUAI IN CHAN Wltnenn my hand and official
reported the Prlncton office of the county service officer -I WHY seal at Starke, Florida, thin June
Whk-h Glvrth V. The Victory In November 1945, at Philadelphia -! In the Vivian Mayo Akin. Plaintiff v.. 1. 194?.
TKroogli Our Lord Jmu" Christ courthouse or at the Louie Raymond Akin, defendant. I OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
'. Pa. :pos toff Ice. II Case No 1714.ORDBJH I, .. "I...-.< nf ...hl Court. j
I Corinthians
15:57.UOWDY : 01" PUBLICATION J. S. .
) 'son NO't'I"1I' 'en &eeuan" 931,1, : :.onnVIII""F'ra.Exchanw.! I
STATS "OF FLORIDA" toule Atty. for Plf. --- '
3% 6-1 4t T.4'
1' / PUBLIC ATTITUDE CAUSES ACCIDENTS Raymond Aklna, whose residence I I.:

t We will always have a high toll of accidentally killed July Mllner.You II,are Qeorrla.1947 required, In the" to above appear named on / IN fOCNTY.' rinrriT. FLORIDA.('Ol-IIT.- BRADFORD CHA-X-I Tiresf On ,

and the communities which lack adequate fire safety laws. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff f RRY.ftarah McKenale
eeka divorce. Bradford County Plaintiff, v*.
The ghastly toll will Telegraph shall Jean J, MuKensie. Defendant. Ca..
continue to grow-until publish this Order No. 570?.
adult every In next four weekly laaue. SUPER VALUE DAYS
in the
country joins in the campaign to conquer fire. Wltne my hand and official seal ORDER OF PUBLICATION
at Htarke, Florida, this June 19, AND NOTICR TO APPRAR
It Is
not the children who make the mistakes of omis 1947OFFICIAL. STATE) OF FLORIDA to: Jesse

slon and commission that are responsible for most ( SEAL!: ) A. 3. Tlioma, J addre McKenile, who,," residence and
fires. It are unknown
A* Cleric of sail Court.
is not the children' who are Inexcusably indifferent to the Ry Lucille C. Conner P. ('. You are required to appear on or

danger. It is, instead parents who fail to take the simple Atty.Zach for H. Dnuclaa Plf. QalneBVlll-30 Ct. 7-11 Flu. before named July Court 14th,and 1947.u"r above q.0/l 7104 Sole (j

in .
plaintiff eek* divorce, Bradford
precautions that ,!
will prevent the
great majority of fires- 1OW: nncfiT ..nl.n.... nRAi>Fonnrnl'NTY. County .fo"uh" publish this
FOLKS! and injured persons unless the public changes its attitude '' FI.OHIOAl 1.11: CMAM- Order In next weekly :Issue.
A man _'$ get far toward i-nov. I Witness| my hand. and official
very accidents warns Julien H. Harvey, managing director Mary A. Atwatni seal at Starke. Florida this 9th
In this world unless Plaintiff. Vs. of An 11.00 Value!
ho day June
Is of the National Conservation Bureau. Frank. P.: Atwater, Defendant. Case 194?.
'1 knocked. I Mo. HT2I! I, <(
I There is danger too, that: people heeding only the more -- OHDKR. Ncrrifvrn OF PUBLICATIONvr 'I.pp !> q I I IAN Lucille,'ierof C...Conner...IdCour'"v D.. -C." ,

Foreman So you want to widely publicized toll of traffic accidents will overlook the BTATK OP FLORIDA tot Frank John.. J.aHln'l, r"ont Eaq, St. AU"tin. ".-

quit What's the matter don't hazard of accidental death and injury in such places as in- .P..dd.Atwater...* In:, 11 Whose II Franklin residence Avenue and Atty. for Plf. a.t 4t ,
the wage suit; you t'' dustry and the home. Portsmouth, Va. _
You are required to appear on iv 'IR'I'IT ('flinT ".,
Pati Oh the waxes are all "Although the increasing number of traffic accidents July II, 1947, In (he above named I (,(lUSTY. FLORIOI" 1.11I'n" \1-1
right, but I feet guilty for and deaths would shake the Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ( .
soul of the most callous individual seeks divorce. Bradford County Rich WIllIams Plaintiff. v..
cheating a home out of a Job. should be Televraph shall publlnh thl Order M. Williami. fefendant.
we wary not to let the need for Case No.
* increasing I" next' four weekly lue.
', 1
The safety in this field claim all our attention." warned Mr. Wi'ne.' mv ....*.. .anif nffc. '*. STUOROER 01" PL'RLrf'A..TOlr. :
I farmer Just bark from Harvey. "Researchists seal at Stark. Florida this June NOTICE TO APPEAR I Iso
Um county fair with a newhere in safety have learned that at least II. 1841. STATE OP' FLORIDA to: Ruby
80 percent of all accidents are due to <( ,, >, discovered the animal personal causes and An Clerk of said Court. unit nown.
4 would neither eat nor ,irlnktP are therefore preventable by the people involved. One of the Rv Luclll C?. Conner. D. C. You are required to appear II''
chief Chan. R Hess, 204-OH Guaranty Lit July 14. 1947, In the above
Well," he mused "look likeI personal defects apt to be an inciter for accidents is a Rldar., Jacknnnvllle, Fla. Court and cause, wherein plain.

got a real bargain If bee a person's attitude. The man who lives with a 'chip on his Atty. for Plf. -10 4t 7-lt Telegraph tiff ...k. divorce. Bradford, County
.hall publish
good worker." shoulder the Individual who always tries to outdo others ix riHCrrr ..Ol.IIT. mttnFORi In n-xt four weekly lanuo this*. Order

regardless of the the 'I 'o-MTr, FLOHII IX: CMA Witness my hand and official
And speaking of bargains consequences irresponsible person who CKHY. ScSI at Stark., Florida this 1
believes society should take care of him-all have A. A. Collumn. Plaintiff ..,.... Franc lln. 1847.fOJl'P'ICIAL. STAKE WAGON
t thorn's none greater than the sonal attitudes poor per Collumn, .f..nd.nt. Can No. 6733. SEAL) A.:1.: Thomas.
ejnallly nf .<>nlce you get at and are social delinquents. ORDER OF PHBLIOATION As Clerk of said. Court

oar station. Poor service !I. e.- "Such faulty thinking qualities permit the lack of men. 8TATB5 ANn NOTtCF OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Mr., Cha."V Lucille. R Hess C ,Conner J04-OS D. C. ;

pensive. at any price. We guarantee I tal control that results in accidents France Collumn. whose renldence' inJacknonvllle, Florida.13u"a'.
occurring on the high and address I I. Honlka. MississIppi Alt,. for Plf. .jj 4t 7.ix .. 59
satisfaction. Give tit akin way in industry in the home or anywhere and which are Tou are required to appear on I I Super Value Spec/off t .L
!. Julv U. Itl7. In the above ramed
to riRrrrr
apt injure COURT,
anyone not necessarily the HRnpnnn '
person responsible Court and caune, wherein plaintiff Cfli"ITY. --
for the accident. seeks divot'.... Hvadford C untv 'FRY. FLORIDI. ly "IIA\I.: With the stake eel
off Junior has
GULF OIL PHOIMJC'rSWashing Telegraph. hall publish this Order TheTmaVplayer. a StrOtll'o.:
Plaintiff. ..
Polishing "It is reasonable to say that people with poor attitudes In next four weekly Innue ten C. PUr.r' Defendant T Cane* War-No. undercarriage. Easy rolling rubber-tired .
: Wltnenn .
just don't know better" Mr. Harvey added. at mY hand and official eal 5711 fad. runs quietly a beauty I
Greasing "To keep them Stark, Florida,. thl. June) 1., ORDER OF PUBLICATION: .
safe from themselves and also to protect their neghbors <( Temple & Lake from A* Clerk of said Court. ('. Player whose residence
them will require concentrated educational activities By Lucille C. Conner, r>. C. I rtr... I Ie % ... and ad-! FIRESTONE HOME & AUTO SUPPLY

Service Station by every organization and individual T Frank Landrura, mark.. Fla. II."h.tb. "'P"B|' WaahlnitoiiVou ....
interested in human Atty. for Plf. .-lo 4t 7-11 Z0 DC.

Phone 179 welfare in the three broad fields of safety-traffic, indus ix rincrrr (:;;;:-iiT.;; nmoronn July 14.are 1"required?. In the to above appear...m.d'an;!i'' 660 Temple Avenue Phone. 69

try, and the home." rnrMTv FLORID I* CHAN Court and cause wherein plaintiff, J. P. Starke, fIJ,
""'RY. V ] ....k. divorce and ody of minor Owner _
Dorothy Louise, Hudaon Qon*, Plain- child, Bradford County TeUsrapli'i'


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