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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 4, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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nothing. better to do the other day and getting slightly)

'1l'.ng tiling In the shade, the oM Colonel decided to take a ride f
with)
PWItv bus, Just to see flow Starke looked from the vantageIn" Official County Publication Established In 1871 I

Its l latest commercial enterprise. ,

Call Street oil a ,city bus Is definitely stimulating I VOLi15LN SI\1'Y-NINE: '
I,dngdown lj'I'\.UKII! :, n.OKtD"t'ltIIHoIl'I.Y 4 1011 NUl\IIUoI\: Tlllli'rl'-HhvEN
If not surpassing, the thrill that came the first __ ,_ .: r
d, equallinff.

Utter,ib. able, to pick up ft telephone and can for a ]home-owned City To Vote Do-Si-Do And Promenade I II I Increase In County Tax Valuations I


I ght on out to the Farmers Market I rode and was pleased to: I

activity around the platform where green corn was being( : II I I

|he out at the satisfying price of $1.50 per bag. Everywhere was On Abolishing Reflects Growth Assessor Reports
,
ly-shops were full of customers' streets were lined with cars II I

iLw building was In evidence, and suddenly the old Colonel -
Marshal's Office Recapitulation of Bradford r
L before that Starke has developed Into r..
more then ever a young I Hayes To Run County assessed p.perty'alu..-

o be reckoned with. I fully understood what Governor Cald- ,a r r Med e. ; For ReelectionTax tions for 1047 an approved June

ant when he recently complimented a Starke delegation on Proposal to abolish the office 2!> by Comptroller C. M. Gay,

green that has been made here even since the deactlvation of of the chief of police for reasonsof I ; Assessor E. \V, Haynes ntnt- .shows a marked gain over 1048.

1 Bland, Infrcourse economy, will be submitted to I ed yesterday that "In reHpimwe 1\(, J. Priestley, chief of county

there In always! the "seamy side" to be reckoned with the public at a special election to many Inquires I've received its finance at the comptroller's office
t Tuesday, August 5. Authorizingthe I this week advised! Assessor
ids to whether I wilt run for reelection
Starkeite cannot close his
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most partisan entirely
len eyes
the
election In Its regular meeting to the office of county tax: K. W. Hayes that "I notice a
chief of which, In estimation the
factors ,
dotrlmental my are
r Tuesday afternoon the City Council assessor In the next election, I substantial Increase In the total I
uy. approaches to the city over highways from almost everyion set the date for the electionIn wish to state that unless something valuation of taxablu property andcongratulnta f

A. little money spent In beautifying the entrances to town response to the no-opposition unto,' ..pn happen. I will bea you on such a splendid -

undoubtedly pay handsome dividends. passage of a bill brought; before candidate for this. office. in the showing for your county"

U the bus ride was pleasant enough, and was made doubly the State legislature by Representative .6 .-.w a.v.o. e..uak Lieu ears Lit Ilr tirguua. tge'I. are' t..nago. 1018 primaries" "* An Increase/ of $2 7.884 was recorded t
N D. Wainwright, Jr. pnd -... attending one\ of tin ITA-np nMl Friday night. In the tlHO In non-exempt property
driver and owner, World War II veteran Wallace
\ the genial Senator Charley E. Johns on May building. The ull-fllllhlun.,1. square| dances are I ....>IIIIIH| (; more and value, the county's chief source of I

no been driving busses for ten years, so he knows the 29. I morn popular with the young folk. says Mr*.. Ruby John (cxtrrinc, Red Sox Meet revenue, with gain from the 1846figure

i from the "tires up". Wnat particularly: struck/the old Col- When originally drawn by the left above), who superb ise'e these. popular Friday night K<'t-tc>n;.'th..iH. of $3,753,763 to ...,.011.602.or

Council the bill called for termination All people, aw well as their chute and mother, are cortlliilly 1047.
| fancy was his cherry "MaKe It, dad? or "Take It easy" or jotintf }
of the office without refer. Invited to take part In the fun which Includes. game and contests Navy Team TodayThe Total values, Including home-
e seeing you" or "Thank you sir. These, or similar remarks ait cell as dancing.Whirlwind. stead lands, were $9,327,718 In
| aJdressed to all-comers, and Wallace wasn't doing it for ef- endum. As changed by Representative 194$;, and $3,030,272 In 1047-thooverall

cause he little knew that 'the press" (If you care to classify Wainwright the measure Starke Red Sox; Buffered /gain totalling $011,004.

Lionel such his will automatically go ,into effect their second straight shutout de of the
as ) was represented among passengers. Comparison recapitulation
let, courtesy means so much, and it takes so little effort. TheM If approved by the majority of thetown' / Campaign To Seek Funds feat Sunday whon Palatka hurler sheet for the two years dls .,
voters. "I felt that this Kldaught set them down with six
ac. cloned real estate
I can't help but be philosophical about It, and think how much non-exempt
Lion should not be made without scattered hits to pace the Talntku amounting to 1,03(1,700( In 1046,
[of It this harried old world could use. popular vote" Wainwright said,, For New Methodist Church Building!! Merchants tram to a 9-0 victory and $2,108,070 for the tax roll of

---- in explaining the revision. .... The Merchants' shelled Sox 1047 Personal property last

lute from the news that our neighboring city of Gainesville has Councllmen said the proposal to Starke MethodUm! Is celebrating movement for the new building starting pitcher Keene from the year was valued at $903,100; for
office Is made hill In the third inning when theycombined 11)47) 1000212. Railway and
abolish the being
(installed parking metera, as has also Palatka. All of which 81 year of service to the community began", shortly after the Rev, W.
two free and telegraph property, 19411 $821,083:
to conform to needs. The passes ;
economy ; with a campaign to raise J. Churchwell was assigned. to the f
till the Colonel of Starke's Ill-fated and short-lived venture into
saving would amount to approxi three solid hits to score two nuns, 1047, $843.870.
larking meter field hack in tile early days of Camp Blandlng. mately $2,000 a year, It was $40.000 additional for the con- Starke pulpit three years RO.Thl' Jim Godwin took over the pitching The assessor credited tho overall -
struction of a new sanctuary and
ever will I forget the "deserted village" look of Call Street stated. I campaign time schedule duties and with the rmntts Increase to the replacement of
educational building. Funds now
calls for coaching rally for the
blue Monday" morning When the meters ,were first placed in If approved in the special election on hand for this purpose total entire loaded and one away promptlyforced Army store and other establishments I
campaign organization on '
|lon.; In a classic demonstration of the effectiveness of "pas- the measure will go into effect about $11,000 while the minimum Tuesday July 8. at 8 o'clock In the first bntsmnn fa..lnlChim with new businesses, and a
to hit Into double and
a play thorough re-checking compilation
ismtance" folks didn't What did with their October 1st, \
Just park. they anticipated cost of the proposed the recreation building. A check ending the Inning. Godwin finish throughout the county to
jilea the old Colonel nor Anyone else will ever know but A no-opposition bill authorizingthe structure ll $50,000. up meeting of workers was held
ed catch
the game giving up only five every possible valuation
them Call Street in the retirement of Chief A. L. Al The present church was first 1
ttlng Is certain: they' didn't leave on there Wednesday night. hits and two unearned rims dur It In believed that the Increase
|ng meter zone. The effect was positively eerie. Come what varez on pension also passed In I erected in 1886 and was remodelled A complimentary ".'orwrardStep" ing the final nix; Inntng.i. should mean a lower tax rate for
recent session. The veteran veneered with
I ordinarily be a busy Monday morning and not a car parked the enlarged ami : banquet for both workers The Sox; were able to get men the new year. County Commissioner
his term,
officer will complete concrete blocks when moved to Its
Ither Hide of the street between Hoover Bros. Studio and the and. adult members of the congregation will begin comparison. for
I on the bases In Inning but
and retire every
ending October 1st on present site In IflOO. The present
house! As a crowning bit of whimsical protest G. M. Sistrunk erectedIn will be held on Friday, were unable to push them acro equalization of the valuations '4 '
half educational was
everal other merchants tied paper bags over the meters In front pay.Routine business was completed 1930 and building enlarged In 1912. I July tion building.11, at 7 p.The m. in Rev.the recrea-Laurie the plate. A ninth Inning rally July 7.Less,

stores The effect was weirdly humorous. by the Council Tuesday. The city At the campaign organization G. Ray, who formerly lived here wni stopped by pitcher Rldiiuglit '

i effective was the public protest that the city beat a hasty fathers will continue to hold meeting last Friday night Mrs.F. and was principal of the Junior I after the local had, reached him Produce

t, decapitating the meters--by removing their nlckle-hungry meetings in. the afternoon through H. Long and W. P. Smith were High School and coach in 1028-29. for two hits and a walk to fill the Being Canned I
banes when he struck out Manager
> and leaving only the ncetl.1 supporting; posts that had been July and August. elected honorary chairmen of the Is directing the campaign and Geiger and forced the Starke' This Season

ded in the,cement curbing, \* campaign drive and Mrs. L. A. will speak at the banquet. He has cleanup hitter Kent"; to fly to .
1
Nyr! .{tbofla. posts; still stand M a kind of silent( reminder of a Varied-Events.-'I.: chairman Davis was with selected Dr,.PplAdaifts general served .ppoJatm,nU, 1n Jackaon-\ .deep Qant rl'leld.' :Although the pea'c.etactlvlty II": ,
: v\U\ 'and Laxashor during hie Ifyears
town thanrleft'tdr'girW'" ( '"fo-"",W4y Jusr i ..imW"Uy'fistb''nU and Dr. J. M.. Hembree a. associate The Sox have not scored a run, for the summer vegetable season
In the and I.
ministry, now
| hoped that even, the poet" will eventually bemovrd, as they chairmen. W. B. Sewell Is pastor at Lake Wales. I' In the pint twenty Inning of, has apparently been passed at the f

,ting to the attractiveness of Call Street and might even be Set For Fourth treasurer of the building fund. pity but they will br gunning for Bradford canning plant? Supervisor
The worker. will gather also V, R. Ferguson announced this
runs Friday, July 4th, when they '
|ken by visitors as some Sort of streamlined hitching post The organization calls for three"majors"
on Monday and Tuesday July 14 week' that operation will continue
meet ,tae Green' Ove Navy Bullets
and C. H. Nasworthy, 'r
ertalnly we want no one to think that" Starke is still In the Entertainment ranging from a T. H. Slade, and E. L. Matthews and 13: at 7 p. m. at dinner In In the highlight of the VFW well toward. fall In accordance t
kind
buggy stag! the recreation building where reports Oel- with demand. Facilities remain
parade to a community dance, were named for these posts. Each celebration. Conch-Manager
plu. a crackerjack ball game and major will be in charge of five will be given and assignments gar has had his batters at work available on Tuesday' and Fri.

the award of an automobile Is snd each captain will made. this week In sustained practice days
.e i Colonel dropped In to fee Ed Simpson, watchmaker in Gem featured on the VFW's 4th of have captains a co-captain, two team members Mrs. Davis Mated this week that and with the return of MaC! Mc- A total. of 681)0) No. :2 and No. 3 I

fry store, the other day just to find out the true fact about that July celebration, beginning at 2 and a "minute-man", subscriptions may be made over Griff to the lineup after two cans of produce had been put up t

I clock hanging out in front. It hasn't been running for a long p. m. Friday. Plans for the new combined a ''two-year period In either week on the sideline recovering through/ last week, dating from I

I and It hag been something of a mystery. Entries for the parade, with A. sanctuary and educational building monthly, quarterly, or annual Installments from a spike wound the Sox May 13. The 1010 .eauon' total

|t items that Ed, like other electric clock owners, discovered that 3. Thomas as marshal, include have been drawn by architect \to suit the convenienceof should snap out of their slump WRIt 16,222 cans. I J
Lion's Club all contributors.The ) and the Bullets good Ferguson recalled that the plant
a
of the give game I
''it has to be mighty regular for such a clock to operate accur- representatives George Awsumb of Memphis,
He the 17 1-2 minutes after eight which Is American Legion, Veterans of, Tenn. The new structure will oc- subscription period begin On Sunday the Red, Box; cross was remarkably busy lout year,
stopped clock
at Foreign Wars Chamber of Com ; the site of the present. August 1, ami i Includes three income bats with a snappy club from San with many townspeople as well a.
1 significant figure. Even before\ Ed was born, and he has been cupy farm folk canning vegetable and
Mateo. The known
Boy only thing
merce, the BHS majorettes, buildings, Mrs. Davis stated. The tax period
|making 45 years, the jewelers had adopted that time for their Scouts Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, about San Mateo Is that they fruit to forestall a threatenedfood

ed clocks because Abe Lincoln was supposed to have been shots the Coca-Cola plant and others. played the State Farm to a standstill shortage. Appearance of

i Ford Theatre at that particular moment. Participants will assemble at the Rites Held In Miami Going Barefoot earlier In the season and more canned foodstuffs on the

:Q Incidentally remarked that the advertisement on the clock end of East Call street, proceed. For W. W. McDonnellWilliam Fun But Risky, showed plenty of power In doing grocery shelves has contributed toa J
lessened
demand for the
the business no. The Sox will be out to returnto plant'
C easily read with the hands In that position. Despite the coma ing then through
I Board residents
Health Says equipment by within !
) section to Temple avenue and Walter McDonnell, 60 their winning way. and the
| aspect, it still la a,big tribute to old Abe town. The
high price of
north to the ball park at BHS. at his home In fans should be In for a good game produce
]II I this brings to mind aji article the Colonel read the other The parade la scheduled for 2 died suddenly morning July 1. Going barefoot In hot weather The IJneupsr1'aiatka wa. given a. another factor
| It seems that scientist are not definite about this "time" busl- clock. 0"1 !Miami Tuesday feels good for lots of youn&.terlland AB II It that apparently has discouraged

In fact the author stated that they were quite willing to A native of Archer Fla, Mr. adults too but It can leadto Williams. CF 6 2 1 large scale canning this. year by
McDonnell 'Is well-remembered serious trouble, according to a 0 many families who kept the plant
vlnige' that forward remained still or even ran I Varnadoe, LF 4 0
time went
'and Rotarians Name here. He was formerly marriedto warning "Issued by the Florida: Richer, 3B 4 3 0 working overtime last ....on.

Committee Heads the late Freddie Wainwright State Board of Health.A I Kinard, IB 4 3 2 The demand of the present sum-
[>'', hard for us laymen to figure these things out, but the sclenr New McDonnell who died In 1913. He akin disease called "creepingeruption" : Perry, SS 4 t 1 mer for canning facilities remain :t

| merely showing that time la relative thing-not definite Committee assignments, design was a brother-in-law of J. F. or larva mlgran L*I Mayo 2H 4 tJ 0 large On a particularly busy !

1.I It Is just a measurement let up by man for he convenience ating the chairmen to guide the I Klckllter. very prevalent In Florida declare Trlngle. C 3 0 0 day. June 11, housewives under

destiny of the Starke Rotary Club He was still active In the ,em- Dr. Edwin Riley, epldemlolo.'t,1" Elton, RF 2 0 0 tho supervision of Mrs Tyler

IM.fa n.o the eight o'clock ail this is bard to understand ben through the new year were made ployment of the Florida East especially In hot weather when, Hamilton, RF 2 0 0 Jones. put up 683 No. 2 and S89 f
workers Wednesday by J. II. Dupre who Coast railway, after approximately, folks are inclined to shed their I Rldaught P 3 0 I No. 3 cans of vegetable ,
f have Since we progressby
tied time and progress together. succeeds J. C. Hoover as president 40 years' service.Mr. hoes-and when cats and dogs: Starke All II It Canning of pew. and corn has
| day, we've let the illusion, time fool us Into thinking it goes I I. survived by :
of the organization. McDonnell are allowed\ more freedom to' 1I'1'e, 3D 4 0 0 provided the major share of the
ud with progress. Chairmen of the four main committees bin wife Gladys Donaldson McDonnell roam. Harley. S3 II 1 0 output. Other varieties swiftly

,< course it would be strictly\ a daydream to think of doing a- one for each branch of ; two sons, William Walter, Cats and dogs! enter the picture Geiger LF 3 0 0Kenla canned. through use of the plant'

I",th our measurement of lime. Imagine the confusion it would Rotary service, were announced Jr.. of Klngiley Lake, and Walter pointed out Dr. Riley, because ofa CF 3 0 0 modern equipment Include ford-

Irregular trains busses and what have you. A a* follows: Club Service Guy Andrews Edgar, of Miami two daughters, hookworm they have which O. Godwin C 4 0 0 hook, string and butter beans,
newspapers
could tell his on this corner." stride off, ; Vocational Service, G. a. Gladys and Lenora, and a brother, passe its eggs Into( the feces of Bishop ID 4 1 0 tomatoes, tomato juice and soup
wife "I'll meet
you Service E. D. J. all of Miami. 4 1 0 and okra.
l"not t be Newcomb; Community the animals. These eggs. when Perryman, 2B
back for days. .'. Shull; International Service, The place of interment I. to be they develop on the ground and Edwards, RF 1 0 0 The plant available to all of I IBradtord'

Tou'll have to admit however that without worrying about W. J. Churchwell. announced. The funeral services come In contact with human skin J. Godwin. P 3 2 0 citizens, Is situated 1

f "*"> would live a lot longer. Under Club Service the following : will be held today (Friday) at can cause an Irritating skin con Keene P-RF 4 1 0 west of the high school ,

\*1 ? Well it's chairmen were Miami. B I* KTalatka :
>at has this to do with the Gem's stopped clock : Bub-committee dition. Summary!
tlI\ethlng) \ to think about. named: Program. A. J. Thomasand When the worm enter the skin 012 001 100 5 10 3 Home Supervisor '

Lucian Conner; Attendance Legion To Present usually through the feet or hands. Starke 000 000 000 0 a D I
Service of FHA
Alex Robbing; Fellowship T. H. It cause intense Itching: and. The Green Cove Naval Base I

SFll9!!! ITEM-"Member* of the house Armed Service Combs Osborne; Membership. Bob Kite; Amateur Revue within a period of day, a little Bullets will offer formidable 'opposition -I To End Soon p I. '
l leave bonds Classification, Joe Wilson; Rotary curved elevation can be seen, indicating to the Starke Red Sox \
wskl today an all out drlv to cash OI terminal The county'. Legionnaire/ are
Information, E. L. Matthews andT. the course the worm at the bail game, beginning at 3 Notification was received this' !
*** legislationSect .
I iii will Sidetrack universal military training K. McClane; Magazine./ J. W. reminded of the local scheduled post's im-for take a* !It wander around under p. m. Either Jake Keene or Jim week by Miss Madge Whlgham.home I

year." Kaufman. portant meeting the skin.Dr my Godwin will be on the moundfor supervisor of the FHA, that

C e e Under Community Service the next Tuesday July will 8, when be made further Riley treed that It this. the tocsin, with Garland God this branch of government service

sub-commtttee chairmenwere arrangement condition !. not treated. It may win catching. will be terminated throughout
following
The! Colonel likes to sit back and watch the political goings on. named: Youth Service. Bob Tor an amateur production of the become secondarily Infected and An award of a Cro ley convertible nation on July 26, unless the Farm f

Mme! things Up..t hu mental .lability. It be remembers corM Jennlng. and Jim Deaver: Rur.l; revue "Corn's A 'PopplnVMember will lead to a very' serious Illness. automobile will ba made to Home Administration'. appropriation ,r ,

Y. It only a few weeks ago( that a special committee set up Urban. T. K. McClane; Crippled_ of the direction cast by the receive So you who are In the habit of, some lucky person at the close I. larger than that now considered ,

President reported that the United State needed immediate Children, Dr. A. Y. Covlngton./ professional Producing Company. going without footwear or dig' of the game-approximately at by Congress, Similar j .

'1351 I training. stated that we could expect ware Independent ging barehanded in your garden Ix p. m. sweeping economy move In other :
In fact they Commander A. I Crosby,
1"0 E < lookout for The Legion Hall West Call! farm are expected inview
after To Run :should keep a sharp program "
five J. R. Kelly all with instrumental -
invites
year Jr, parson any evidence of creeping erup- street, I. the scene of a community of the Republican' aolon. .
a Ceuree public opinion can l'Iehtfullyo demand that t.rminalC : For Tax Collector or vocal musical talent tion. Consult your physician if dance closing' event of the apparent Intent to make reduced
of
bon<.rb.p this U a greatly needed piece ... or other field of entertain- you notice symptom of the dla- day's program. A modest charge appropriation which result in
*
*! first. of Registration attend Tuesday meetingor
' Uon. But the coteil feels that first thin,, must come J. R. Kelly Supervisor( ball ment, to Service Of- ea.e, of SO cents per couple U announced Impairment of varied public aervlce. .-
and a the County
12 notify
The! .erved. Were and toe for the affair beginning/ .
, War la I un frert:it the Blind of those who clerk of the circuit fice at the Court House. The I
safety deputy at 9p.no.Arrangements. Miss! Whlgham has been located
their\ would first be the yean that SI and Koch Open on Sunday
be. July
will
wishes staged
le survivor. polled their natur court, announced yesterday revue for the celebration here In home supervision work for
uatry. The Colonel known that much of human he will be a candidate for the office August 1.Members. L. W. Koch. proprietor of Koch'. ; have, been by L. M.' Drake, 11 year., excepting three year.
the In the: of the post are reouMited -
8ee1lla that member. ot Congress have reached to grasp of county tax collector Drug Store, announced yesterday chairman: of the program committee service at Gul/port, Mis.. and >n
attend UM Mid-year
to
a* the were wrong. and etheyhave/ Democratic primaries next sprint i will be on flun- ,apdJellaw' member of the Avon Park, dicing the. yar i
nation but their, timepieces stated that a formal LesS9D eonf rnc*. ta *f k.I4"at that th* store open a
L Itronr law & Mr. Kelly Veteran of Foreign War. Farm home 'supervision wa. ,
thcon.ebodlaguosIa moat Not the flm.' Om our augustk announcement will be made at aj JacicsoavUl July:'19>14. .fl4
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later date.:

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Hampton Ready To Assist holding the week's session at the LuuliRaymond\ Mayo AklnH Akins., Plaintiff.Defendant v.... i John Theodora W. 0 M t 1 \ ,

;" ESTABLISHED 1877 E. L.. MATTHEWS. OWnER-EOITOR By Mr. M. C. SwerneySKItIKH Stricken FamiliesGuy University of North Carolina. The Case No. S7J4. No. 6696.. M" ", I l' Anil'1 '
. . . annual meeting/ is sponsored by "IU'IOF PUBLICATION ORDER 'W ,
PiihllHhiNl EVf'ryrl > MJTU'K TO APPPAKs'rATB : ANH ; PI HI. ITI,
i t Andrews, chairman of the the United States : OP FLORIDA toLouie: NOTh'M' r"" \";
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t t ; Claim. :Matter at the l' Mlits Helen Jean Parker enter- National Foundation for Infantile Conner heard discussion. of matters You 'Iull, Ii. '
are required to appear on July 14. 1947,, ,
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MEMBERSubscription 7947 tained, on Wednesday of last Paralysis, Inc., reminds the pertinent to towns of various July 21, 1947 111 the above nRm.,,' Court and "ran Ih t? ," el.
?1 i week for her Junior Class of the of he Court and emu", wherein plaintiff tiff Seeks. dlvOl"" i IIr'dr'r4''
people this area that should types and size problems HvukH dlvorco. Bradford. County Telegraph lmn ,' d| ,
$j Annually 91.10 For Six" Month Christian Sunday School. Parlor any member of their families bstricken said l. which can be solved only If Telegraph shall pMlillnh this Older In next four w,.}pl L i:' .' ''I
r games and outdoor contests were with polio they should met squarely and honestly, with In next four weekly. I .Issues. i VVItniriiH ,?, i ,rm, 'JHA ,
Witness niv hand and official Real seal I at Stark. 04
enjoyed and delicious refreshment notify the chapter at once. the unflagging cooperation of all at fturko., Florida, this June. Iff, ''... 1041. \r 'I is, Ili.

,6q f ,a SUFFER THE LITTLE CHILDREN were served by the hostess I The Bradford chapter, as the C of C officials and members.The 1941.lOKKIfTAL' PEAL) A. J. Thomas, (OFFICIAL. Clerkif iiii"i'r-\I". \ T'
and her '
sinter, Dorla to the 12 .
Recently four-year-old Teddy Roosevelt, greatgrando ( guests Besides the member, other 2,719 chapters throughout Starke C of C secretary nv An Clerk Lurllle of C.nal.1 Conner Cnurt., t). C. I J. f, Durrancp. i-",
? a the nation In all classes, which Jacksonville 1&nl'
stands ready to give participated XBoh H Douglas Oalni-BTllle, TMa. Fla
; ; son of President Teddy, wan escorted by President Truman visitor :Miss Idell Durblu of Law- Immediate assistance to anyone,, featured Industrial activity, agri- Atty, fur Plf. 8-POt 7-11 Atty. for Pit
around the White House! rose gardens. tey. enjoyed this event. 'I' ('Hi
of membership finance -
regardless age creed, or race, cultural Industry, : .. _
,. "You don't like thorns much, do you ?" asked little A Young People's Party was,,I who is stricken with Infantile psychology, advertising II! -,
f 1 ty /given at the Recreation Hall last paralysis. and other topics. Conner's at-
S Teddy."No Friday night, where Jolly !
games:I At recent. tendance at the annual meeting
said the Pre' idtnt. a meeting held here
were In 4
participated by a large his second. A graduate certificate I ILL
ly, the following officers for was a
That N the inaugurationof
Nor do we like thorns. why : group. Refrenhments were served is awarded IA completionof
week the officers for
I i following
Starko'H planned playground-park is such a momentous by the chaperones, Mrs. A. C, Dennison ,
the chapter were elected: Guy a three-year course '
occasion: It shows that our city Is budding in the right and Mrs. Herschel Parker.'' Andrews, chairman; Foster Sh The C of C men noted a marked :

dirt-ctlon-Its purpose not to produce thorns, but roues. Among the out-of-town guests Smith, vice chairman; E. K. Per- trend in the movement of indus-' sIiCIAtSAPP'S

We know that the safest investment in the world to- ville were horns Gnann. of Jackson- ryman, treasurer; E. L. Matthews tries to the south from the north ,

day is the nation's youth. It is youth which brings cheer Perrlne"Butch"Carl and Don Ousley of secretary; A. B. Baker, member Because of the greater availability

1 ,y and meaning into the home-It is youth which furnishesnew and Truman Dickinson Carter of, of Starke The- of the advisory committee.The of labor. Of particular SlgnICI-//

Ideals-it is youth which fights the wars-and lastly, rensa. address of the local chapter cance to Bradford '
"payrolls
Y it is youth which carrier on the propagation of the race. Monday afternoon The Junior la 144 W Call St., and the phone for were southern talks towns.concerning" and the balance -I' STARLING!
number Is 26..
For all of those who today bear responsibilities were Department of the Hampton between Industry and agri *
'
is 'i ; the youth of yesteryear. And the youth of today will carry Training Union, enjoyed a picnic' culture.
the responsibilities of tomorrow. and swim at Hampton Lake. Mrs. 15 4-H MembersTo Conner was accompanied on the STORE E GROCERY

But youth i b a flexible thing. It can be distorted into T. J. Alderman supervised the occasion Attend Camp North Carolina trip by Bill Bird,
; ',0 ,4' tho "supermen" of Hitler's days or the kamakaza of the and a pleasant time was C of C secretary of Ocala who
Japanese. It can be made hateful or loving, happy or unhappy had' by all present I Fifteen delegates of Bradford's4H won first place In the public 600 E. 10th St. Last Store E. Calls
The "Three-H Club, recreational Club will local contest. The Florida
peaceful or aggressive. It can rise to the greatest represent speaking
9 i heights or sink to the lowest depths. organization of Hampton'steenagers farm youths at the organization's'annual delegation In a group the largest
+ held a combined business northeast Florida encamp- of the southeastern states received -
+ The training and future of our youth depends upon and social meeting at the hall ment at Cherry Lake near Madison recognition of other fields, Z.
you-the individual. on Monday night. Fourteen boys July 14 to 19. H. Pllcher of Hollywood was A Big Special Baby LimaBEANS

t'rl' Yes, that is why Starke's new park plan has meaning. and girls were present, and officers -I Early plans will be made In named vice president.

c ad l' Our city prefers the roses to the thorns. It is significant Charles were Hicks elected President as follows Martha: )preparation for a stepped-up program PURE

l; 'that much space is allotted for a playground. It is significant Horne, Vice-President' ; Norma of activity next fall, begin
that the park has the whole hearted approval of Starke Sweeney ning with a drive for a membership .
Secretary; Emory goal of at least with 4E4A14fr LARD4Ib.Cart.
't 200
citizens. Brown, Treasurer.The I 2 lb
p pn pkg. .33
( clubs in each of the county's
also that the is 3-H Club expects to -'
{? i.. S It is significant plan a "long-term sponsor schools. Chapters are active this
proposition." It i is a long-term proposition not only because In the near future a show by summer at Hampton and Lawtey

: 1 it is here to stay, but because it will take a long time ville.the Jubilee Hill Billies of Gaines|i with past and current projects including .83 Rib Beef
to achieve. proved methods In the cultivation -
e Miss Jeannlne Mann of CItra
l But the crying need is now. Having a park in ten was an out-of-town guest. )' of sweet corn feed crop. A
..t will be but what shall do ? Shall poultry, hogs and cattle.
t y years nice, we today we Refreshments were served at, RoALL IIRINR/t STEWLb.
apathy which watches the listlessly An election of new officers In
develop an as park pro the meeting's/ conclusion
V ; ,td gresses ? Or shall we all put our shoulders to the wheel and Mrs. J. W. Norman and Mrs.' the Lawtey chapter will be held MAKES
next week.
fj protect the future of our children as it should be protected !1 May Sweeney were cbaperonea oft forb
The development of the park is only one small function the evening. I 4-II Boys program In the are county's from. 10 growing to 16 Work Guaranteed 6 .25 .23
of our city government. This body is necessarily limited Mr. and Mrs. Least on A. Wynn of
i i by finances and time. It remains for the townsmen themselves returned to their home at Hampton years age. Quick ServiceEASTERN ,, -' ,

?1p to help carry the burden of park development. Lake last week' after spendIng -') AUTO
several weeks at Mrs. Wynn'a C of C Secretary Golden
Age
'
d, 4 lt' It is a simple thing for a civic organization to "favor" former' home in Cerro Gordo, N. SUPPLY Baby Foot
% ..r t project. It is something, else to play "angel" and actively C. Back From Course

back it. But this must be done by individuals and organ Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Elland have STARKE, FLA.

t t4 near Izatlons future.alike if the park system is to be achieved in the< II had as .their Marlene guests, Mary their Elizabethand grandchildren Commerce Experiences men o and f Chamber commercial of MACRRONI 3 for .25 5

executives in
meeting the civic:
41 'l ,,i ; ,, We must all put real effort into this project and push Martha Underwood of Gaines-I problems of towns and cities CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
Its completion to the very end. :For when we fully adjust I vllle. and George Bailey of Jack throughout the southeast were SPAGHETTI
t of values realize that the future of children sonville. Morton'sSALT
Iasi w our sense we our compared for the mutual benefit
t' ,, is the final achievement to which our lives must bo Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelsey and of delegates attending the Southeastern -
f little daughter, Carolyn, who recently -
dedicated. '. ,,. Institution of Organization -
.1. .*. .4- <4 moved to Georgia spent 3Pkgs. .22
l l r : We want the 'roses-not the thorns. several days here last week with executives at Chapel Hill f -
N. C., June 22 through the 28th.
hilt parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. HKelaey. '
-
-
Secretary Lucian Conner of the '
t? I local C of C, reported on return 3 for .25PORK
.PERFECTING DEMOCRACYIn Miss Mildred Deavers and children 16 OZ. .
last weekend that the conference
b an editorial on 'America's position in the world, The Martha and Don of St. Au- was one of the most crucial and,
i New York Times recently said: "Our strength is not in our gustine, spent last week here successful In the institution's his- andBEANS

.r E wealth, manpower or technology alone, or chiefly. It Is in visiting Mrs. relatives. I 71,1 O/
;e a; perfecting democracy at home and helping to make it pos,2 D. W. Swindell has returned Methodist Church next Sunday
elsewhere." to her home after ten days afternoon at 4 P. M. The Rev.
I' ?.i sible spent In Palatka,-where she un- and Mrs. W. J. Churchwell of Tomato Sauce
''i It has often been observed that this country doles not derwent a minor operation. On Starke will have charge. The

Iqi: possess anything resembling a monopoly of the world's material Wednesday of last week Mr. and Vacation Bible School will beginat
i 'j wealth. Other nations have natural resources and an Mrs. George Williams and son 1 the Methodist Church on Mon- 3 f for .29 5c Each

t p industrial potential which are comparable to ours. They, Howell Mrs H. B. Wiggins and day, July 7, at 9 a. m. till 11 ::30. PHARMACIST
too, have the riches which would make possible a high: standard Mrs Della Hogan, sister of Mrs. This Is Interdenominational and
tf r of living for their people. But the United States has Swindell visited her at Palatka all children from Primary age
:; ri t' III been almost alone among the powers of the world in developing ly.where she was convalescing nice. through the intermediate are Invited Phone 61 STARKE WE PAY GOOD PRICES FOR EGGS

to these resources for the benefit of the ordinary man Mrs, Ernest Morris to attend daily for ten days On-the-Minit Service ..
h, and woman. The very essence of democratic capitalism as Sue H. V. Saxon and and daughter children study and recreation. I ';. tIt '-' ::_ .. '. :.,.:""' ''' (. '' ,' ': "'IJ'i:! # '. "

1 + we know it, has been to make our material wealth work for Sandra and Benny all of! -
a f the benefit of us all-and to equitably share the rewards 'Pompnno. arrived Sunday for a

Yh# r among all producers. visit with Mr. and Mrs. B. 'T

We have not reached perfection. But nowhere else on Saxon. Mrs. Saxon who has been

l l A } earth does the ordinary man or woman receive so much in quite ill, is showing some Improve.
ment.
return for his or her labors. Nowhere else on earth does Mr. Refreshing
and
Mrs. Dallas Tlllman and pause
r opportunity to go ahead exist on so great a scale. The children have been visiting relatives .
d' 4 n leaders .American industry today were the clerks of yes In Georgia.
F It, + terday. ,It ia perfectly possible that the American president Mr. and Mrs Olen L. Beden-
l Y w;' of 1952 or 1956 will be someone who is unknown to the coun- baugh and small son, were visit t
t : 1' try at present. That is the heart and soul of what we term Ing here last Sunday.

'" y' f the American system. Opportunity to go to the top is open Mrs. Llnnle Seley had as. week 4 J

,, a' to all-and a man's rewards are commensurate with his con- end guests Miss Shirley Seley and r ,f'b
s tribution to our society. Miss Jeannine Mann of Cltra.
Mrs W. H. Maxwell of Jacksonville -
This is what American freedom stands for. Free enterprise was a visitor here on
upon which all the other freedoms rest, is not a Sunday. -

/ vaguo thing, without significance to the masses of the pea Mrs. Cordon Wadsworth and
ple. It is a living, breathing principle which stands squarely children> of Waldo spent Thurs-

between us and dictatorships, statism, or some other form off day here with her mother, Mrs.
oppression.!! The idea that government is the servant, not Stella Collins.

the master of the people, was an almost unique conceptionwhen Eugene Chason, of Gainesville! .,
t this pent last week here with hU. !l,
founded-and the f
country was power of this vast -' 1
sister. Mrs.
nation Is its monument. The perpetuation of our democracy Evelyn Perry '
,
Services will be held at
,, the
J'' and its defense against all enemies within and without, is

'y' 4 the greatest contribution America can make to a troubled
world in which whole nations have sunk into totalitarian
'
{ slavery.
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t; ; NEW NAVAL RESERVE !III, )! 1111111; 1 ,

rx The New Naval, Reserve provides an opportunity to 111
_
eligible men to perform a distinct and essential service to DRY

;t their country-and to become proficient in skills which are CLIAMllC \ II II
of valueTto them in civilian pursuits. I

,.I The record of the Naval Reserve is known to every AT ITS BEST 11 ,

one. It has performVd magnificently in time of crisis. In The Life--of- Your ti

1 + the last war it provided a trained nucleus upon which our .
great fighting fleets were built. Its basic purpose is the Clothes Depends

defense of the United States. on The Care They Y r II IIIll

I Reserve instruction involves spare time courses not Receive
t only in the military sciences, but in a long list of technical

subjects and trades. Recreational: activities are regularly All Carmen Carefully t
ti scheduled by Reserve units. And Reserve groups on the Hand Finished
,,. ae coasts of the nation, and the Great Lakes are assigned Navy
1 ships for short training cruises in local waters. .

Membership in the New Naval Reserve is open to citi ,

i i' zens between the ages of 17 and 39.. War veterans will bep4' ;
; given the grades they held when on active service. Then IRfEClEANER .
i;.' 1 Reserve offers its members a splendid chance to serve both OUIIO UNOII AUTHOIITT Of TNI COCA-COIA CO.fANT l,

the nation and themselves. 110 Washington St. Starke 5 t i
f -
STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING_ CO.

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fftt 4. 1941 BRADFORD__ COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA I
PACK THRKX
.
. . 'W. Markey spent -.. --_. -- --- -. -- .- .. .
Friday after- -
noon with Mrs. Angus Beilling,I] Mr. and Mrs. James J. HayesMr. t,14 . e e . GiRo
Cows To Be Tested ,
cookers Mrs. Mary Green and Mrs. R. K.j ers

W. Markey; Dukes at Dukei. I, Pine LevelBy For Bangs Disease I Stars In Film

Mr* T. . Mr. and Mrs E. L. Johnson of I ,
-i--1 Mr.
II. SI. MrRa I At Park Sunday
Lake Butler were visiting Mr. and ;i t . . . Bradford owners of family cows I ,
Mrs H. B. Stokes tj and small farm herds I
B as well ns
and Mrs Sunday here r Ginger Rogers one of the outstanding "
with saturdaY"atter-1 I We had purebred beef herds will participates ',
noon.Mr. r'i4 a great service at Pine film favorites of all
''TSrE and Mrs. E. Level Baptist Church lust Sunday.A 'this month in the USDA's classes. Is starred in "MagnificentDoll"
S. Bailey of Miss Ivamae Lewis were in missionary from Texas preachedat program of stock tents for Hang's which opens at the Park I

It tY spending this week Gainesville Monday afternoon.Mrs. ;: the morning: and evening ser I disease and tuberculosis. Theatre Sunday for a threedayrun.

Ud Mr*. L. A, Fowler. Eva qiemons of Worth- .a, ,.r vices. T. K. McClane., County Agent, "Co-starred In this pngros- I
and" ;Mn Gerald Roberts of ington Springs was visiting Mr. .d t s 6 Mr and Mrs Robert Taylor and said that the tests are made by !sing\ historical film art David I

Ia were guests of Mr. and and Mrs. Harrell the first of this little daughter were dinner guest the Bureau of Animal Industryonce Nlven and Burgess Meredith. .

|jd polk Sunday. of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ross and In three years, and. that all Next Tuesday and Wednesday t \

nd Met KJ ye Mina of Jack week.Mr.. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen of family In Starke Sunday.Mrs. farmers free service availing themselves of the the Park presents as a double :
should mako
Mr. and application -
werl visiting last Starke were visiting friends and T N. Norman and .son, Gwr- at the Court House Immediately feature "Bamboo Blonde" with I ,
T Stewart one day relatives here Saturday after hL aid, of Hi-llbronn Springs anti. as the opportunity for a the Florida singing star, Frances a i

Mrs. Norman's aunt. Mrs. C. 11.Neal checkup on the dread disxajie will Langford. and. the famed thriller. !
Band Mrs Roy
spent the weekend In weekend with Mr. and Mrs. M. F. visiting relatives In and around. tents. are regarded, it* of primary As the weekend double feature, ;

with Rev and( Mrs' a. E. Wiggins. 4 i yt Starke for several weeks; wereKiioMs Importance, to guard the healthof Friday and Saturday, July 11, 12: f

Biey. XJry Johns of Tampa was visit Ind Mrs R. M. Holden of McRae Monday afternoon.Mr tubc-rculnsls-
ing friends and relatives here last rating as a
t Conway will bo shown togetherwith
ife were Sunday guests of r. ?? : y ;, w and Mr. Allen Hall andchildren free county.Tests .
week.Mrs. yt I Returns1'xl.n
I "Hojuilong Cassidy
jirj. L A Fowler. W. H. Hinton of Waldo of Jacksonville attended. will follow on Hppl'mtlon : I
land Mrs Mack Lewis of was visiting Mrs. Earl Green and st,1. church services hero :Sunday!' and I, to McClane by card telephone or ring YV ill.itii!: Boyd:> .

fertile pent Sunday after- Mrs. Earnest Edwards Thursday 1 1 ,t,. w y lt wr were dinner guests of Mr. and vlHit. Cattle over six months or'I ... .
Lth Mr and: Mrs. E. J., afternoon. Mrs. B. M. McRae. (age are old enough ti,> be treatedT I.,' : :. -:", '- ,Jt'J'-, "

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stokes and Mr.i. Ruth Tyler and dmiRhter.:: "sts will bo made, by Dr. II. W

I J. K. Oouglai and Mrs. T., Children spent Sunday at Silver t Shirley of Tampa spent two> Borer, of the Bureau of Animal,

Springs. weeks here with Mr and. Mrs. Husbandry. Applications should: 1 .o Cameras ,

Mrs. G. B. Colson was in Ala- Austin Fender. recently.We bo made during the, first weep. in .

chua Monday morning.Mr. an goad: to report thAt Mrs. Ji-ly. V for .

and Mrs. l<*oy Green and clone Green I I.* rl'clw'rlnjtlftf'r/ a I I
children, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green serious operation. She Is now r and children, Mr. and Mrs. Claude the ShadY<'rPllt Hospital In Starke.
Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mr. and Mrs. O. \V. McRne anal. G. F. ODOM }
Our Photo
: and Mm. James J. Iluypn, chose In Finishing
marriage the rirst (hrl. ,
Tlnney of Frederick, Md., enjoyeda little son Hurley. have moved DEALER IN FIIESIiANI
tlan Church of Starkp was an event of Juno 1, are plcturcil alxtve.lieforu Assures lieLivedIfappinesH
from this
swimming party and picnic at community to the Midway t ,
)) CUKK1) MEATSWl1OLFSALEANO "
Hampton Lake Friday afternoon. her marriage/ !Mrn. Hayes wan Allen! Carolyn CoNnn. daughter/ section near Lake lliitler.
Mrs. Mary Thomas of Jackson- of Sir. and 1ln.V.. Culnon of Starke. We miss them very much end ---.-------- for Years ; :

ville spent last week here with I -,-.-- wish them happiness In their new lo ComeHollywood I y I
Mrs. R. P. Lewis. . a . home a HKTAILKOUTK. k
Young Men Told I
I Those from here who attendedthe ..., __ Camera I,
[PLACEMENTsls J-. LAWTEY\ Of Guard Benefits Fellowship meeting at Buforil rr.
... ,. |
411 :". .f: I Grove church at Milliard lust 1 :. 100 2 5III.KS\ : and Gift Shop

Ity I. II. fetch Young men Interested In joining 1 Thursday! and, Friday were Uev.I SOUTH OF STAIIKU: Call St.. nt It. Stnrke 1

UP! EXPERTSERVICE . a . a Headquarters Company of the !] and Mrs. W. K. Mxll. Misses ... ,., .. -, I .. .I.t .. I
> SCIIOOL O.V-EXS !MONDAY: Second Battalion, mth:! Infantry, Al-varez.I I I '- ." .t( ."1" .,'.' I : ... ..

...... ..
The Lawtey Junior High School of the National: Guard, are ap- -- --

check Fire will begin its 1947-1S term on Monday prised of ten good ,reasons why leno Reddish
t us your July 7. The cafeteria will their membership In the local unit Let Us Install You A MODERN IIATIIROOM i

[urance before it's ., be open this year, with Mrs. Lois makes the training 1"01 thwhile. Buys Vending Co.
Captain Richard G. Kidd, Jr.,
Wyrick In
charge. Balanced meals Or Remodel and Modernize )'our'resent One
i late I Iarley will be served at nominal coat the company C. 0., tells prospective Mrs. 1C. J. Dahmer announced ,
Guardsmen that "you can get thl week that she recently purchased
Mrs Belle Hood of GainesvilleIs the training you want valuable the Bradford Vending Co.,
E. Johns visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. technical instruction that! can Increase from Its former owners, Karl M. ONE TO THREE )YEARS

E. Grim. this week your earning power as a Campbell! and Charley E Johns.
Agency Mrs Ruth Jones and daughter, civilian; receive opportunity to Equipment: of the company In- TO PAY. NO OWN\ t I

Chas. C. Miss Louise Jones, of Ft. Pierce serve your country at home; receive cl'itli-d; ten miiilc boxes and six
11 FLA
ST.USKE arrived last Monday for a visit a full day's Regular Army pin ball machine. PAYMENT 1 >

ShepherdAt with Mrs. Jones'! son and, daughter pay for each weekly two-hour ,,
-!n-law, Mr. and Mrs. Cullen A. Armory training period, ; get full I OAICI! ) OF THINKS
c..... ,...... Gay's Service: Station McSwaln. credit for National Guard service CALL Ill OU SEE: : US AT 335 TI :.\II"I.': AVKNUE 14 i l

ting THE TRAVELERS Hartford R. A GHffls! and sons Donald toward longevity pay In the Regular We wish tn! thank our many

....._:11II. r\lifllfl:\ "_'__ : and Gene, spent several* days last Army; find a good way to I| friends for their kindnesses the Shull & i :
week at one of the lakes near renew old acquaintances. and make I benutlful flowrn.. and! everything: .\ Plumbing Heating ,
Keystone Heights. They reporta new friends; enjoy all the Guard'ssocial I that was done for us during the

/ B & M: Drive In good time. and recreational activities; 1 illness and tenth! )f our darling STARKE, FLA. I
Rev. C, E. Emery of New Berlin merit respect due Guardsmen by little daughter and sister Mr I .1' J' I
r was visiting In awtey last your friends and relatives; be Is-I land Mrs. W It,, Hall, and family, ,'I'I I to

{_ d a- Curb Service'Oitlll .L- Sunday., He wriiHori' hls-'waj, to sued' uniforms 'furnlMu'd by the, '-' r'',
d Evergreen Baptist Church to con- Guard and earn the faster promotion ;, ,
:
Bar-B-Q Sandwiches duct a revival. available for qualified men I Ir ,
Dennis Milliard of Jacksonvillehas who enroll now."
Southern Fried Chicken been visiting his brother, Carl ; e t
I Officers ask that all physically r i iI
Drinks Hilliard and his nephew, C. I U.
Beer & Soft
f
I I able men' get the facts about t
L North, this week.
Guard training. Full Information
", OPEN FROM: 10 A. M. 2 P. !)1.n I. C. A. McSwaln Is visiting relative I I may be received from Captain tt,. i' t 1 s !

!State' Highway 200.- 4 Blocks South ot Call St. expects in to Ft. attend Myers this the week.rodeo lie at Kidd, or First Sergeant Norbert: 1' I

Zymczak, at the Armory.
Arcadia on July 4. I t II IR Ir It It It It I
Miss Linda, Carradlne Is visiting I I Ili't ,

FEET 1 mother.at the Mrs.home K. Grlffls of ,her this grand week. I I I L t : 1. r I

Mr. and Mri. L. H. Milliard returned t I i II
j It's a cinch to relieve i
to their home last Sun lay! I as" 1
Your
Happy I ,I Ir7r'
eep after spending\ two weeks' In ATHLETE'S FOOTwitbNEURA'BALM I
Havana Cuba and other places of '
I
/p Interest.Mr. I I II ,
!
/ and Mrs. J. E. Wall, Jr., %, I I II
LOWEST and throe children returned! Sun HIRE'S WHAT IT DOES t"d /

PROMPT PRICES day after a two weeks' vacation I 1-' 's prompt .ll.f trim ...........". 1 1 1t t
i SERVICE: In Boca Grande. w
!,, iwffi..Intent .athitq. 2-**"* .0, "Vt tI
Edwards. of Atlanta I
Jim Moore
.. fh. iunal l which' UMMll? caws* Aihtl" .'.
e Specialize In "While You Wait" Work Is visiting hln parents Mr. and /.t _,.If. 3..Ola.air.. tf.. hot. ... ,
Mrs. Will Edwards<1 this week. ........ po/.plr.aM, M which Afhlt, .'.pat
Fungi trv said. thrive. 4 -rom.ts h*.l. G'. Gardens ,Y s t, I'
STARKE'S REPAIRING Mr. and Mrs. Bill! Wooten of' .Infl .f WM, .r.cli..rf, peeling .r M.ffy .kih i., .Ji. : Or'IiOPtO tat tnOrnI' I
SHOE Atlanta are visiting their parents] gauab not .
.tw..fi tt.. and *n th. ..... Bersch, bolOtl.M arS,
I Mr. and ::..11'V.. C. Wooten at' oyn j Zt
11(5( SI). Walnut St. Next To llo1lin worth The fume N.u>ra-hafm it 99 .,.ttl.. ,In tIforldd jailgorOGa$
Klngsley Lake I' relieving A'hI.' ..'. Fmn in thai it MCI* ., the \ : :
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts" are .h:1c of the iroubl hy' kttlmm mti MVH' oii l 1 peat wondertatnbaw't lQ.
: .. .. fungi ow f OH/MCI f ITirw: highly vtff \
spending a month at Klngsley' infcainui plant mciltli and rowsad w 6wir 400\.l11 lh reprs nl I ,
k
: thrive fin hut.: .,, l"s; : :. here.t .py t I I
Lake. N.unb.'mJu"' helping keep I dell. who t-w:' ond 'NM h dtAtllir
I o. in fi
down excee. _.. ,....p.......... Further. .if* 'r 0on Ilhoe. bo 1'ht' I ISo".rl
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly ... ,. "'
,
soothing .1. ingrediema word t Mt a *, : a ..
atmnow
sons, David and Wendell, to relieve pan and Il were G .
\ClI\I. eW\ or\h / ir :
visiting In Tallahassee lint Help Guard Again .,*lnf ctlo. s. r s/ .
iA
day. David remained for a longer Treat pour feet to rub with Near*balm tokdl atutett0\ ro :v I j
r ) vWt.\ I off chew fungi: mad m help preventpiioful S J
II and terio 1 M me Mont developioc. I if' .J
I; Neurabalm. ,it delightful tn owl' It leave* I
the skin clean and r fre-he \.
Wm. R. Roberts nunickv: due not mmin, the, thin I'
I blister nor......." Ii_. <..,a hot ,
lie today and ace bow OuirfcJ, it brragt i isoothing. '
William Parker Roberts, 81, a woken .. Head directiona:" in Enioy the Southeast's Famous :
sH package. tor valuabU' '"'...m.'...... Ac [
native of Bradford County died dfufttcortt) gaff. 7**. sad6ZS bortlei. j jAliafranrf I B I

Thursday June 26, at his homeon far loit, athlnff mui.,"...tied kumtfiffret '
Route 2, Jacksonville. He had) BuMuni Wow .. itctima, iktH.NEURA'BALM, .

resided Funeral there services for the were pad held SO Yl'8r.\\ Regional Beer v irr) 1 rr'rr'r i'

graveside In Dunne Creek Ceme-

tery last Saturday with an elder sills "U IVI 0 I INS COMMON AfHllTf. 11. ;
'. of the Church of Jesus Christ .00. HMOI .H CONTACT ; t *,

Later Day Saints officiating. I More than a lifetime of "know-how" has moo' l) i t. I

u 1 I JAX, the Drink of Friendship: renowned as the fA ,)N ':. 1 ,

r I VENETIAN BLINDS Southeast's great regional beer. Brewed from fine.t t tjrh+ ts
..t
: I .. materials by master brewers whose combined experience f.f'! : '

"-e'a What Flexible covers many generations /lAX cannot be i :
I a
Manufactured surpassed for grand refreshment: and as an accompaniment :t' I,
I
like About The Washeteria In t Aluminum and I for our great regional loads. Always ask l .

-i Cedar WoodJacksonville i ll( i lor JAX. You can't buy better boer at any .: ) II
"If work-it does i I
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for had to neglect. ,
things which I formerly
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Everything I send to the Washeteria comes Installed. I
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i'l < J SOCIETY and CLUBS 1 Sauls Home Is Scene Of Lovely Reception Miss Frances Peek Mrs. Johns HostessAt Recent Birth
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;: ).:.' .' Honoring Rep. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr. Is InspirationOf Steak Supper I Mr. and Mrs Jesse
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Miss Peek Mr. Ward Miss Buford HonoredAt I Lovely Shower :Mrs Ruby Johns entertained June 18. boy arfe| 'EUt
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(,t f (:;iI'' v i''" '' "' Tuesday evening at her home on
+, Are Complimented Linen Shower '(I. J w 7'I, l t:"1 Miss Frances Lee Peek, bride- Laura Street with a barbecue and I Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Iu elect, was the honor guest Tuesday erson J y ;'
Dr. Lawtey
steak Supper honoring and I girl, ,
At Buffet Supper I Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs L. A afternoon at a delightful Mrs. Cecil Naftel of Birmingham, 21, Outq! ,,

Canova, and. Mrs L. F. Dlnklnsentertained miscellaneous shower given at Ala. Dr. and Mrs. Naftel are Mr and Mrs
Walnut Street home of Mr. Leeranrt
The ,
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last Saturday after- the Service Center on Church of Mr. and Mrs Lawtey r C
the house guests ,
"k I and Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mr.I girl (Octsvla
Hostesses for this occasion !\sa.\
noon at the Kingsley Lake homeof Street. Guy Sale. June 25.For .,
J. W. Kincaid was the ,scene last
lqt Mrs Canova with a linen were Mrs. T. H. Osborne, Mrs.
;t' Thursday evening of a delightful shower, honoring Miss Gloria Bu H. H. Adams, Mrs James M.Blackshear. The guests enjoyed a supper --
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'y, sA buffet supper, honoring Mil ford, bride-elect. Mrs. W. C. Powell, out in the yard of the home where
Frances Peek and Roy :M. Ward! barbecue was prepared on an stamp pad..,
1> rll. Guy Sale, and Miss Della Ink, .tln1p
Guests were In the living rubber
greeted
whose marriage will be an eventSit' 44YNtr outside grill.Prellent stamps, datrn"
b 10. room by a receiving line com Rosenberg. berets nee The
of July i TELF.GR.-\PI
posed of the hostesses Miss Bu Guests called between the hoursof to enjoy this delightful -

f The living room porch and hall' ford, and Mrs. R. C Buford, four and six o'clock in the supper with Mra. Johns and i

of the attractive home were decorated mother of the bride-elect. The afternoon. Miss Evelyn Stump the honor guests were I* M. DO YOU KNOW: ABOtl

with arrangements of mix- living room was attractively decorated l greeted at the door during the Gaines, Mr. and Mrs ..J.f.. Darby

ed spring and summer flowers with floral arrangements of first hour and Mrs W. H. Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. ROACHES?
Quests were seated at card tabje
y pink carnations, shasta daisies, during the second hour. The receiving try to Bret '
centered with a colonial arrangement .hl..t h
and other Hummer flowers.? lit / line stood at the far end Revival To Begin- lust kill tht f, 11
i of Shasta daisies and white hit with ?
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( The lovely of> the reception room and was I walk ,'i '
candles. gifts were displayedIn At Church of God Into a I p.fmi,J,, '.
another room for the guests to composed of the hostesses, the Id
The dining room table was covered -
honoree and Mrs. S. L. Peek, K-3-D
Punch ,
with an Imported Italian see. cookies, sandwiches, I Revival services at the Churchof
ins, a and mother of the bride-elect. U
nuts were served at refreshment 0.\ c II
cut work cloth with Point de God In Starke will begin Sun- KILL .: R
Venlse Insets and a center piece time with Miss Hazel Fields Miss Lucile Mitchell Invited the I..day, July 6, with Mrs. Sue Wal- IS DIFFEKK 1 TIt

1 +;p 1 of double white shasta daisies, and Mlsa Madge Brownleo presiding guest Into the room where the dron of Cleveland. Tenn., as evan- ROIlf'h"N. They: eat ir;i ,| ," 'd
i at the bowl. 'I'
1 pink hydrangeas and pink rosebuds punch ,v qw gifts were attractively displayed. ,gelist. She Is well-known through to u.f. Son; ii. ,
Miss Betty Ann ; I anl I
played pet
I flanked by four pink tapers Flynn I The Center was beautifully dec ,out the Southern states There ) -

In low silver candle holders. several selections on the piano orated with flower arrangements ,will be old-time cogregational sing 15c and 25c Pkgs|
during the afternoon. Among
i* The buffet table was) covered those assisting In entertaining the of yellow marigolds and Shasta I ing, Instrumental music, and other at

with a fan-shaped arrangement of daisies. The serving table was special I numbP..s.Eervlces .
guests who called to greet the Sistrunk Feed
pink gladioli, white rose, and covered with a cloth of white : will begin at 8 o'clockeacu and
v>tm hostesses and the honoree were: ,
shasta daisies Imported cutwork. A centerpieceof I .evening. Everyone la Invited Seed Co.
Mrs T. B. Harding. Mrs.. O. L,.
shasta daisies and yellow roses I to come and friend.
bring a
In STAKKE.
assisted
who servingthe
Those Patten, Mrs Paul Canova, Mrs. FLORID
carried out the white and yellow The church Is located St. "" .
HOUH on ,
Mrs.
guests were Harry Marvin Hazen, Mrs. Seleta Clair fcror7..pjj1.1! rnaem
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color scheme that was used In I Street.;; I .
ton, Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs. Fred Thomas, Mrs. W. B, Parks, Mrs. '"

Guy, and Miss Madge Middleton 3. B. Flynn, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, all appointments. White candles I
were placed at each end of the
Miss Peck was presented with Mrs. R. A. Green, Miss Merry Lou

a corsage of white roses and tuberoses Shephard of Lake City, and Miss table. Expert UPHOLSTERING

p' In remembrance of the oc: Joan Dlnklns." Mra. Fred Guy presided at the

1fr f'i'r*' caalon. About one hundred guests IIdlU'lng punch bowl during the first hour SLIP COVERS VENETIAN BLINDS ,
and Mrs C. H. Nasworthy pouredthe
the afternoon.
Those Invited to enjoy this dos -
r second hour. The punch bowl MATTRESSES, New and Renovated CAN.
,. affair with the ,
llghtful evening
j ry. wa banked with a lovely '
Mrs. Webb HostessTo VAS AWNINGS Complete
or Recover
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hosts and honored guests'eek were: ment of yellow zinnias, arrange-I'

Mr. and Mrs Guy Sale, Mr. and' WCTU Members Rep and Airs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr. and fern. The punch Drop Us A Card And We Will Ke Glad

li, Mrs. Fred Guy Mrs. B. A. Pope Mr. and Mrs. A F. Sauls were I ley and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid where were golden in color.
h Mrs O. O. Webb wan hostess to the afternoon To Give You An Estimate
hosts last at de During Mrs. t
h{ ;, of Norfolk, Va., Mr. and Mrs. W Friday evening a refreshments were served from
( members of the Laura Scott at their A. Canova and Miss Ann
rrM" IIghtful reception given an exquisite table, covered. with I Betty
M. Graham Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
WCTU at the regular meeting last
home on McMahon Street honorIng an Italian cutwork cloth with In. Flynn played several selections on
r Powell Dr. and Mrs. H. 'H.re' I Friday afternoon. The devotionalwas their Bon-ln-law and daughter sets of Point de Venlse. The center the piano and Miss June Patel McGriff f BrothersGainesville
Adams, Dr. and Mrs J. M. 'Hem- conducted by Mrs. Jennie
Representative and Mrs. N. D. piece was of white roses arranged sang accompanied at the piano
) bree, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thedeof Thornquest, and a very interesting Wainwright, Jr., whose marriagewas In an antique silver soup, by Mrs. J. 'V. Kincalil.. Corner South Oak and East McC'ormidl(
a + r.."+ r Jacksonville, S. L. : Jr., part of thin meeting were the
1 an event of May 29th in tureen, flanked on either side by Assisting the hostesses In en-
t Miss Lillian Stump, Miss Madge reports given by Mrs, W. N. Johnson Thomasvllle, Ga. three-branched silver candelabra tertaining the guests during the P. O. Box 519 Phone 1031C :

Middleton, Mr. and Mrs E. L. president, of the World Convention
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The living room of this attractive holding lighted pink tapers. A afternoon were Mrs. R. G. Kidd,
Matthews, and Mr. and Mrs. held In Asbury Park, N. dec- Mrs Cecil Naftel
home
was beautifully large fan-shaped arrangement of of Birmingham,
{ Harry Houston. J? June 5-12. It was announced orated for the occasion In a color white dahlia, pink carnations.pink' Ala., Mrs Vernon Silcox, Miss
b I Ir. that the new World President Is scheme of and white. Pink Lucile Mitchell Mrs.
pink gladioli, and white roses Glenn Wood,
Mrs. J. Forrester-Paton of Scotland and, white carnations were bankedon adorned the buffet table. i and Mrs. J. M. Hembree. ijiene 4 urtiA L oUt lAaie
who succeeds() Mrs. Ella Boole
the mantel and were flanked Mrs. A. F. Sauls Jr., Miss Betty Around one hundred guests

D "gl CTIRKE This world convention marks the at each, side by burning white Ann Flynn, Mrs. O. L. Patten, called during the appointed hours.
!6th meeting of the World WCTU
tapers In sliver candelabra. and Miss Freddie Wimberly pre
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and delegates from practically allover
the world attended.At Standing In the receiving line sided at the punch bowl. Miss Van Frank

were Mr. and Mrs. Sauls, Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Halle Invited guests
k4 t the close of the meetingMrs. To Wed A. E. Wall
Sunday Monday Tuesday !Mrs. Wainwright, the guests of Into the room where the wedding
Webb
served refreshments
W July 6 7 8 honor, N. D. Wainwright Sr., gifts were on display.
to her guests. i Mr. and Mra. Milton Van Frank
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and Mr. and Mrs. J. R Wain- Assisting the hosts during the
The next meeting will be held' of Terrace Park, Ohio, announcethe
wrlght. evening were Mrs. R. G. Kldd, Jr.
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MagnificentDoll outdoors at the home of the presl- engagement of their daughter
For thin occasion Mr. Wain- Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Mrs. J. L.
dent, Mrs. Johnson.. Mary, to A. E. Wall, nephew of
wright: Jr., chose a white silk Anderson, Mr'.'- W. M. Wlmberley, W. L. Waif or Starke. The mar' l k L> sakidmpfe

ri faille gown featuring an InterestIng Miss' Judy Green, Miss Marjorie riage will take place In CIncin- as a shampoo .
Miss/ Bloss HostessAt front With this she Davis Miss Idalou Mrs.
drape. Davis J. nati in early August. La delightfully relaxing .
wore long white gloves of the H. Gill, Mrs. W. H. Graham Mrs.
Ginger Roger* a iMvjq Nlven Informal Party Miss Van Frank attended the tooling kind to your hair; ,,
same material and a shoulder I... J. Green, Mrs. W. J. Church- i
Burger Meredith University of Cincinnati. Mr.
MIss Louise Boas entertained a corsage of golden rapture roses. !well, Mrs. H. C. Bitch, Mrs. Vernon Wall attended the University of The MW Hotel. Curth "CM Ware" is! rat"
June Her accessories were gold. Silcox, Mrs. Guy Sale, Miss b...''Hrmanmt
Wed. Tliurs. 9-10 large group of friends on Georgia, where he was a member dram seme true of sn eieitingV
> July r
26 with a Stanley demonstration Mrs. Sauls greeted guests In a Frances Peek, Miss Della Rosen- of Sigma Chi. He served with ". that I, she cool and cemlarttUi' !

;fir % t a f' "a DOUBLE: FEATURE party at 2:30: o'clock at the homeof dress of aqua chiffon, and her berg, Miss Janet Anderson, Mrs. the 31st Division in the Pacific I r You'll b. thrilled _k.n you find it cmh .."Tliiir

44i I; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. WIN! shoulder corsage was orchid glad Robert Green, Miss Grace Green, Theatre during World War II. )| -i+ ; right down to the scalp without hot e
hsae
Gentle liquids w. "'*
Bamboo Blonde loll. Mrs, O. B. Flynn, Mrs. C. A. tiring quipmont.
son Ruaa. After their marriage they will form hair to halo of beauty!
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TheUvlng room amt dining room Mra. j. R. Wainwright received night, "and Mr. and Mrs, A, 1>.] Vesicle at Klngaley Lake. I any type

France Langford Ralph Edwards decorated with 'In black chiffon with a corsage Martin.
r were tastefully 'DUCHISS. .$'ID
'i'v VICTCiUA. .$20 EMPRISS. .$15
( ,r + Russell Hale red, yellow, and pink yokes. The of red roses, Out bl town guests included: evening was "China". Mrs. R. A.
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1 i And dining table' was overlaid with a Cards were received al lt\8 door Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones, Green gave a very Interesting talk MACHINE WAVES' FROM $.)

white lace cloth, and was centered by Misses Norma and Emma Jane Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. and told of the various points of

DraculaBela with a large bawl of red and Canova, and guests were Intro- Chapman, State Farm, W T.' Interest that she visited on her

white lilies. duced to the receiving line by Clute, Daytona Beach, Mrs. Rufus trip to China several years ago. j

Lusoul David planners At refreshment time Miss Madge Mrs. Paul E. Canova and Mrs. J. Tatum, Jacksonville, Mr. and The business meeting was con- Starke Beauty Shoppe

t A Helen Chandler Blosa assisted the hostess In serving Charley E. Johns. Miss Sara Mrs. A. F. Sauls, Jr., Morgan City, ducted by the president of the

t, ,y r Aim NEWS lemonade and cookies to the Barefoot and Mrs. O. B. Flynn La.? Mrs. Alice Langford, Lake I circle, Airs R. A. Green. Mrs Llnnie Fogg Page Prop.
guests. kept the guest book. Butler, Mrs. A. A. Marvin Lawson and Mrs. Mary ,

Frl. Sat July 11 13 Those winning prizes were Miss Guests were directed Into the Bedford Lake, and walnwrlght'j. Lawson were hostesses for the Phone 96 Court Street!

DOUBLE) FEATURE Joyce Atkinson. Mrs. R. R. Carl- dining room by Mrs O. L Beas.n M. Moody, Ranova, occasion.

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ton, and Mr. and Mrs J. B. Russ
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Falcon's Alibi Circles who have been away, Mrs. R. O.

WSCS To Meet Baptist Nunnery and Mrs. W. N. Johnson. 1t1'.c____ -- -.D_ ___ __ -
a ''il Tom Conway Rita Corday Met This Week The collection totaled f 11.

11 r Vince Harriett Jane Grerr Circles of the Methodist WSCS Mrs. Mundy, assisted by her

7 AnaHopalong will meet at 3:30: p. m. next Monday Mr. Ethel Newsome was hostess mother, Mrs. J. B. Sapp, served

July 7. Circle One will meetIn Tuesday afternoon when meet refreshments during the social The Gift You'll
) Cassidy bers of Circle of
the recreation hall with Mrs.J. One the Baptist hour.

Returns W. WMU met to conduct their regular Be Proud
White and Miss Olive Ray '.; To Give"Her
as hostesses. Circle Two will meet monthly business and program Circle Three held its regular

teh, n 1n William Boyd Gabby Hayes with Mrs. T J. Griffin and Mrs. meeting. monthly meeting Monday after-
? Also CARTOON & HKItHL' The Royal, Service Circle Program B. T.
1 Carrie Bitch at their home on noon at the home of Mrs. 'r
a Cherry street was In charge of Mrs. B. r. Thomas. The living room of the

''Beard, in the absence of the regular home was attractively decorated

program leader, Mrs Ed Ten- with vases of shasta daisies and

ley. Those who participated In I Excellency"

T4 THE SECRET'S IN THE CIRCLE! the program were: Mrs. L. O. roses.Mrs.. H. L. Brownlee was In ,
Powell, 1'oIrw. R. A. Thomas, and 21 JEWEL '
charge of the program for the
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Mrs. Beard.
i afternoon and Mrs. S. E. Sparks s4 4

Air The regular business meetingwas led the devotional, which I BS tak Bulova
conducted by the Circle Watches 1
en from Matthew 9:38.: Mrs R.
leader, Mrs. L G. Powell and the,
A. Thomas gave a prayer. Other

4y4kt usual attended business to. of the circle was members who participated In the and E 1 gin i s ,_-

I program were: Mrs. M. F. Hazen, -
The hostess served refreshments
Mrs. R. A. Thomas, and Mrs. J. E.
A PITER PAN BRA during the social hour.
0' Futch. Mrs. D. 1. Thotnas played

a y Mrs. W. B. Mundy entertained several piano selectlns. When,
Circle Two at tier home on Church I Eight member. were present at you seek a gift-worthy watch, come here. Time-tested names in the

'f MarryGoRound.ncIKlels Street where arrangements of the meeting and the circle was watch field plus our years of experience watch you'llbe
are of
butt with your assurance a
your glamour- rosebuds and fern were used in 1 happy to have two visitors present
transforms a small bosom Mrs. R. proud to give. Come in and make selection] smart depend
decorating. The meeting was presided A. Thomas and Mrs your from our ,

y"1 .. Into alluring/ feminine over by the leader Mr W. D. L. Thomas. The offering for able, precision accurate line.Silverware.

M ;! curvet-give* a full bosom L. Andrews, and the devotional the afternoon was 18.25.:

i" youthful, firm contours. was given by Mrs. Clyde Priest. The meeting was closed by a

Plans were made for the Broth. prayer given by Mrs.. M. F. Hazen. Diamonds

sr For the SMALL BUST erhood Supper to be held on July The hostess served refreshments

k t1 A Cup-SiM. 32 to 34 10. The "bring-a-member" con. during the social hour
'a } test led by Mrs. Palmer William The Circle has been Invited to
;( ;iha For the AVERAGE BUST Watch
Aa &
+ SI B Cup-Siiei 32 to 38 and Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Is provo meet in August at the home) of Optical Repairs
ing quite Interesting to the circle Mrs.. W. B. Mundy.
For the FULL BUST members. A gift was sent to

t s C Cup-Sii. 32 to 40 Mrs John Deas, the daughter of The Business Women's Circle

f d ,, ', w For the LARGE BUST Mr*. E. W. Hayes. held its regular business and program

4 "'? D Cup-$ .> 32 to 42 Mrs Ira Wilson was added to meeting Tuesday evening In GEM

''t r h Hl tr' the Circle as an honorary' member the annex of the church. Mrs. JEWELRY

corsir "AIUtlNrBARKSDALE'S and the group was happy to Ethel Biggs was in charge of the

welcome back two member program and the topic for the II I

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I Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump Mm. E. D. Stokes ,
ITS of LOCAL NEWS returned left Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. McRae Nine County Schools Miss Lillian Stump will leave
Saturday from a three for her home In Columbia, S. C. returned Tuesday from a vacation I Wednesday for New York City
weeks vacation trip during which after a visit here with her slater with relatives Start Terms
-I spent in Rhode Island MondayNine on buying trip.
L. Udell of Comer Long of Deland they visited points of interest in Mrs. L. S. Hutto. She was accompanied and' touring In the New Eng-
john
nd Mr spent Virginia. West Virginia New home by Mrs Carolyn land states of nradfonl'd rural arhnoU I''
III. returned hOmey last week-end here with his York They were accompanied I I IsAe
North
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d park. week's visit here mother, Mrs. F. H. Long. | Carolina Baltimore Kinney and son, Wayne, who will by Mrs. McRae'a ulster Mrs. open (their annual ninemonths'term lr--11-7
after a Philadelphia Pa.. Daytona Beach spend three weeks next
and daughand Mr. and Mrs. In Columbia. Clarence Andreu of Panama City. Monday. July 7, Sup I Il
In-luw Cecil Naftel and
of Monlicello, Fla. Mr.
son
,tr and Mrs. a. M. Lappla and erintendent Arthur R McRno has
Mrs. Harry Mooty: Birmingham, Ala., are guests this I Mr. and Mrs Rufus J. Tatum I daughters of Miami were guests Mrs. S. E. B.ownlee Is spending. announced.
spent week of Mr. and Mrs. of thin week with her' son-in-law and
tyro and theirrtgn Guy Sale Jacksonville visited Friday last week of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Students will
at I daughter Judge and Mrs. A. V. trek to the class.
Kingsley Lake.
8t A evening with Mr. Tatum's broth. DuPre.
In I rooms for beginning of the I
midsummer
Long at their summer home on : l
L, year> country Friday Mr. and Mrs F. L. Durshlmer er-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. | Mr. and Mrs. 1.[. D Carter, who Cowpen Lake. session. at Rising Now .

I ..'tending, and tohlng part and family are spending the 4th R. J. Davis.W. | are now living with their son-ln- River, with Mrs. Mattie halls, I II
b Helices at of July at Gulf Hammock H. Nollman and Miss\ law Dr. and Mrs. R.I'. Stubbins
liaR patriotic Catharine -i and daughter Mr. and Mrs. principal, and Lawtey Junior
have moved Into the former I
self 7:4: $. Mrs. M. F. Brown and Mrs W. Nollman spent several K. W. Parks In West Palm Beach High, U H. "Futch principal. I
house North Walnut
and Tom Smith left last B. Sewell returned Tuesday after days this week in Sebring. I will spend a month with relatives Sternberg on Colored schools next \
Street. The home was recently opening
L Marlon Ind.. where theyln(1 spending a week in Atlanta Ga. Bert Newcomb and Phobe Green; in and near Starke while Mr. and week PRESENTS
i purchased by R. A. (ILex) Green are Lawhy Training C C,
with rela- left Monday for Wewah! Mrs. Parks In Hot ,
Camp to
vacation are Spring!
Mr: and Mrs.
8 N. D. Wainwright, from its last owner, C. L. Hen Anderson principal. New River,
represent the Intermediate Department -I Mr. and Mrs. Hallle Jones and t I Ir'
Jr.. moved to Lennie
Kingsley Lake where derson. Mr. Henderson and fam- Kelly principal; tho RJ.m. II
Ld Mrs. R- O. i
are spading the 4th of Mrs A. F. Sauls will leave Sun- Church. Myers where they will spend several principal; Water Oak, Sarah. Jenkins
O. P. Hutto Is spending his vacation days with Mr. Jonas' mother !
Hammock
ekend at Gulf day for Los Angeles Mr. J. principal and the Thurston, '
Calif where and Mrs A. Thomas had
I this week with relativesIn Mrs. N. S. Blount. Mr. and ,
Ld Walter Cooper offHe she will School N. K.: Roberts principal
Mrs visit with her son.ln-law Jacksonville. Mis. Jones will then go to North as their weekend guest Mtxa Jean

Here guests last week- and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Charles Carlton underwent a Carolina to complete their vaca- Snodgraxs of Scottsboro, Ala. Miss\ Instruction at the foregoing\

Ijjr.! and :dies H. C. RItch I I Prather. major operation in the Alachua tion before returning home. Snodgraxs. who Is the daughterof schools annually begins: In July
e'y Lake. Mrs. T. T. Long Wednesday State Representative. John In order that students may be released J
County Hospital last week. His Guests of Mrs. U. S. Hutto and '
1d Mr' O. L. Beasley and for Baconton Ga., to be at the friends will be glad to know Mra. She me Hall this week are Snodgraxs, and niece of Congressman for farm work early In the PAT O'BRIEN

lartte Kincaid spent last bedside of her mother, Mrs. W. T. that he Is steadily Improving.Mr. Mra. J. M. Ritter and son. John. Robert' Jones of Alabama spring

1 Fernandlna Beach as Jackson who is seriously ill. has recently graduated In music
and ,
1 at Mrs. J. H. Churchwell Miss Selma Chapman and Miss
|01( Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Ty- Enloy Hinging patriotic ttong: at and daughter, Martha. Mr. and. Phyllis Love all of Tampa from Huntington College and la 4th Of July Bouts and LYNN BARI
the Tabernacle Friday night 1:U. Investigating. several offers of employment -
Mrs. J.
n. Churchwell Jr. and Charles Knight left Monday to In Florida : In Boomtown ArenaThe

- - - daughter, Edith, and A. F. Church- accept a position In Jackson. Tune In Every

well all of Jacksonville were ville. He was accompanied by his Pfc John D. Anderson. Is spending .sport of fisticuffs\ returns. \Vt-d. Night

NOTICEThe guests Sunday of the Rev. and I father II.* V. Knight of GaineK-. several days here with his to this vicinity today, July 4lh

Mrs. W. J. Churchwell. parents, Mr. and MI'I4.V.. An with a card of scrappers' of vurlmm. N. H. C. i i

I Pine Tree Inn Will Be Closed Attend ClirNtlun patriotic Herlcfs ville.Mr.. and Mrs John Uglow and derson. He Is being transferredfrom weights at the open-air Stars and, R\i'ltlng: dramas. from I.

LL DAY FRIDAY, JULY 4THMr. \ at Oi Ooxpel Tabernacle' Mrs. C. F. Ward visited friends. Chanute Field, 111., to Roswell Stripes arena in ,wmtown", llfrt Fat 41'llrlrn utlu '

Friday nlitht. and relatives In Oilando and Field New Mexico. Klngsley Lake. The JI<>ll
: & Mrs! C. W. Sapp, Props. J. T. Rennolds of Fayettevllle' Lakeland last week. Mr. and Mrs. A.V.. Redgrave will begin at 1 p. m. drug store Lynn I

Tenn. Is spending this week in bliss Nina Bishop left last week left yesterday to I upend scversj with a flee barbecue at the Stars Ititrl on a minusA 1 I'

Starke with his brother, L. A. for Tampa whore she Is the guest weeks with relatives In Petersburg and Stripes store. f r."1' ,

Rennolds. of Miss Shirley Scott. Va. Promoter, Charley' harper announced of our Past PolicyUP : I
Will lit- .
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. McAllisterof Lonnie W. Page Jr., son of Mrs R. R. Prevail was entertained tho nppearnnro. here of 111..1 Frl.ility l !

Miami spent Sunday here with L. "W Page of Lawtey has completed by her son and, daiiKhter- I.l'r"y'ellll, capable I32-pouuder, July "th. ,i y "

Mrs. McAlllnter'8. sister, Mrs A. recruit training at the InIaMr.. and Mrs. N. N. Prevail and said the number of bouts' depends r

I'II I D. Martin. Naval Training Center' San Diego, with an anniversary dinner on tho number of fighters Carpenter's : :

I. I Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Starling and I Calif., and has been advanced, to Sunday. The occasion marked' her volunteering for a go nt prUe :1'

son, Leslie, and daughter Miss Seaman 2-c. Slat birthday anniversary. money. All men Interested should.

Myrtle Thomas, spent several' Miss Pat Lambe returned Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Green and report to the ring or to Harper' Your

\\\Q\ % Reductionon days in Miami where they attended from a two-week vacation children, Mr. and Mrs P. M. today Fights will begin at 7 1(111Jrlln: Store '
I
the marriage of Miss\ Martell spent as the guest of :Mrs. Mary p ni.
In llarefoot MM.s. Sara Barefoot, and Phone<)ll I H tark,', Fla.
Udmondson and Davis Edward Connelly and John M. Connelly The general public Is Invited.Every .
Mrs S. D. Phillips and children
W. Va.
Powell. Wheeling
I are spending this. week at the Hur
Stuart Hampton Fowler of the Dr. A. .Covlngton l Ia. backat

University of Florida spent Wednesday work this week at the Health nett cottage on Klngsley LakH Branch of

Gas Automatic with his uncle and aunt, Clinic after being confined to St. C. J. Devlin of Gainesville wasa

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Luke's Hospital for a week' as biMlnens. visitor here Tuesday I

and Mrs. J. E. Futch. the result of a leg operation.Miss aftt'i'noon. INSURANCE'

[Hot Water Heaters Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Bailey of Shirley Colley and Miss Friends of Wallace Thlnpen a _

Plant City who were married In Virginia Sewell who are attending patient In the Glendale Hospital

Starke 45 years ago last Sunday the summer session In Gainesville ) Pnlatka will be glad to !learn that tI

celebrated their anniversary witha spent last weekend with he l IM much Improved after his H. C. WALL AGENCY : '
ENTIRE MONTH of JULY
family dinner at their home after their families here. serious Illnewt.Miss \ .

which they cam up for a via Mrs. D. 1 K. Knight is visiting. Lois Paul of Drain will be' J ,, I
J t '
it with their brother and sister her brother-in-law and sinter. the weekend guest" of Judy Greenat Please Phone 146 \

In-law. Mr. aand Mrs. L. A. Fowler City Manager and Mrs. Charles Klngsley Lake.Nollman .i ,

See Us For All of Brooker. Larsen Lakeland. this week. CONSTANT SKKVICK OVER 50 YEAUSCLASSIFIED ,"

Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Grlf Rev. and Mrs. \V. J. Church- Court t '

fiths and young daughter, Evelyn well left Monday morning; for :

Your Gas Needs returned Saturday after a month's Miami to visit their son-in-law Nears Completion ; I
;
motor tour of 16 states and Can 'and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. T. I .

ada. The Griffiths family journeyed W. Caruthers. W. H. Nollman, retired lawyer, 1

northward through the mid Mrs. W. G. Halle and son. Jack announced this week that his

weal, returning by the Atlantic Made. left Tuesday faruAlbany seven apartment "Nollman Court" Fore YOUR rMii w. hart a, newPII1.CO DON'T KOIIOMT-Miitoinubll" mantlim r .\
Wellbilt f-" unto raillot. linmeilliite evrp WtolnHMilMy., 1 |'. ..n. atDitiiioHvllU "'
RangesFor seaboard. High points on the and Atlanta Ga., wheaethey will would,I possibly be completed with- liinlullntli.il.... A* low a.. |I3 All ... Llv..tusk. AUrkei lil I p,
trip included Niagara Falls the visit with relatives for a week. Ing n month. One four-room HIIICrllKltM: ItAPIl cmliv a'"'I:, Huy nr ..ll. 1e

Delaware Water Gap, the Appalachian Mrs. Lewis Mundy and daughter apartment Is now completed.The Court at Hndlaun Htrnela, Hturketf CONHI"L.T ... P. IIOWN1LL, Hplrlr.,

Immediate Delivery and Blue Ridge Mountains Katherine of Laurens S. C., court Is located, back of I 111.11.1. Medium. ,. ami ,jlealur Mlata !
: mid Cuiinly lluwniiea I lull yon
and New York City. were guests last weekend of Mr. the Ford garage on Adams St. LIST YOUR FARM: 'ITYSIJ On l.utlior riark (lla
and Mrs. W. B. Mundy at Kings-' The apartments are converted, Ht'SINESH! PUOI'RUTY itf Htuike. on 1M llli( Lank, forMlltll.
If i
119.50 .! | 10 e-27
THOMAS'City ley Lake. Tuesday the Mundysand army buildings from Camp Blan- S I,

Limits Grocery their guests\ visited St. Augus- ding. They are completely redecorated ; ,r4ae'aial tSTAOUTSELLS Fait HPINT: ''ulla.t.-I-ruom. Ilan modern.ae.inv, l fur.nlxhiiil .., I I!

tine. Inside, and the oxttrior: I : RI1A1. rti-rlrln. r..rrl.erittur,, Alai large I
11th St. & Temple Ave. Mrs Jeanette C. Young left Is covered with allrartl"e) shingles ; A'rranna.t rurnlNhitil euhln' to rant Hilt ,
Temple .
Ave Phone 111 Adult
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nit... .. at euan :
FRESH MEATS Tuesday by plane for Denver, Col. Mrs. Nollman has completed. fry property. Ian mull .veraalea only' |f t I

\Slade Gas Co. where she will visit for several two apartments of the name type I.INIO: Mvr..1 r. Ifnmr.Farm.Arr.aCe frf.*M nil ...... .Ik-. FOR .

FANCY GROCERIES weeks. of construction on Walnut St. World. Fr*. ....!. ll."lln.. SALE I
Mr. and Mr'. W. L. Andrewsand Two more will be ready In the | t:. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY O.NP! rONCHKTW: PI.OCK IIOUHP1 ,
a for n..I.l .. Ilea a 1 ,
Ronald are spending apartments, !a 5
E. Gulf OilProducts son near future. I llrpr wntrfl IxM-ally lly .but h. l-otiiiilclely. ruflnliihed. ; I ,
Call St. Phone 121 month or two at their lake home. WAUICIHiirMKH .. \ .
"Nollman Court' Is being mann F. IIOLLIN(1H\\UKTII: \iJ\ tar .1.
and Mrs. T A. : : ". .. lunthrr I I
Mrs. F. A. Moore .p loud wuud
Walnut Ht.MATTRKnHKH I I'
aged by L. II. Sullivan of Mayo.CIOVLCTS 110 Mo. .Yes fur haullug. ;
will spend
Steele of Gainesville I.I IIIIHIIl ias LA, ass tea ,, q
(NEAR TRACK Watermelon '
RAILROAD ) Ice Cold '
the 4th of July with Mr. and Mrs. 17. IUU-I7II; Wlndowa I complete; i I II
kind' I
:" : of all r novutoil. l' .
1"111101"11' '
1th of July Fltllna-e| i/t In. Ply Wood
W. B. Mundy at KlngMey Lake. furniture uph..l.tu.d andrnrlnlehed. ieam 1I"lhuWa'... "
.. Tanks; Cnot
'Mrs. Wilbur Scott and: 'ler sister tirnu u a mrdIIAHTINIIH Iran llndlutoraj I'lne Kloorlnv, IMH. :
MATTHKHH: "0. Ifv*
W'a Mrs. Walter GlaUau of [)t'- :'flv hiimi M. I.ilk 130, Palatka I"la. ? tf KlnorltiKi KIMIoil: ; Irook I.I H 10 Hhelv.a.:1' While Cement, J'"

land left yesterday for Ottawa 'JI".. hle'kisle. ., llooflnw; Nand .
visit their father W. fr'Ort "A I. :!-.A B-rooin' boil., 10 AljHD Coniireie' Pipes Coni-rxle '
to
Canada acres Iniiil H lluoni' y liliii-ke. all .Is.ai!" ; nip' up Hton 'a,
ALE SALE SALE F. Babccock who ls 111. Mr. and inotithH iil; winter far I.,.. old bull, a vurlaly uf Mortar" All., "'...1 Windows> Paint ,t'I I I
Mrs. Baboock. frequent Oil\ and Illm-k. ..,.,. .
| fruit Ire i'". UIIOO oniih nr i rnmI'ha. I'nlnt) Plaorioniplclei I I
visitors to Florida, have many .. O'Null, lit. I I. Hot 31.4' Mump Truck' llnullnv. "
Piece Metal friends here who will regret to iMwtfy. ftl' 7-2a One Hkll-Hnw now ''y i
Aluminum lore KOH Hti.Ki, linn up lid I '
DinettesSolid hear of his Illness. INMI'nAN'I-1 writ a I II I lln.H'flr : down rig mo. In city. llmlle. I t' I.
lid Oak Mrs. C. C. Cross of Atlanta ., uloniol>llH, Iliihlllly, unit. INNM1/At.: "'"\TH ..'I"'ioU
Hi* for 'limurHiiiMiKfiKln. 11M l/ M/NO\hSlll4: : : 4'O. I I'
r liftf uift your
Ga., who visited her sister, Mrs. 3 : ; N D. Wainwright: Jr? MlKn .I. M/a.I'//Rrlr. l.:.......... ft.n. .1 f I I
Utility S. E.: Brownlee' here on many (i evao1N : .t .'..1.1.\ ....t, fh.in* IS4 If \ J I' I I I \

INDUCED FROM: occasions died Tuesday, July 1, Foil HAlK-t hKdroom houmi. Will FOR SALE ,' ; : "J

at the home of her daughter, Mrs. .ell I my "<|1' 'llt rest VitA frnnnc.dpaym.nte : IVach hlankem" wat.rpnnf'S" ': : I
49- %! monili 0u. owner eofl, thick cotton lin- 410)!
J
69.50to Cabinets J. J. Mulholland. Funeral services Ht Tar W. Mudlnon HU, Ht rk. //ngai..10 |l .5A t
were held Wednesday, July 2, FIA.| ittp 14FOR 4 ": ",..m.1 .hrdpanr _,_._. ..6"Pltchera '," \ .
I.ante ennnxil ...... IA '
In Houston Miss. MALT I'orlo Illi-o potuln lift re. rubber nurdeii has1204, 1 ,

1 INCLUDES EXTENSION TABLE Originally Ii I Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hague and r'n'tli r.r,: :::,..."tllI.r.t: tiers snrl l ld : Mn'a Week-end rul.tier beurh i.verehnea haul $2.25.'sM1 ,

Pa t LEATHERETTE-SEAT Chairs Priced daughter, Demerit, and Mr. and! S In plant \Is half .Inly. K. tl.ll.i.Um Mtm'a okford lennle' .h..... 12 2n "
jJJ Mra. Frank Palmer and daughter Jit. 2 7'I I box 61, New Navy kapok jarkata -- tl.:29 I I i
y 2I|> 7-4 Army pilule Val-a4ak" mill- 1'I
25.95 Anne all of Alachua are eJmoma mr l f ca,. _____ 16.66! 'I I( ,'r' ,I
FOR LI"4..n..1 Jersey row l.fte. oblong aluirilntim .rrvhg '
3-Piece Tapestry pending this monthat Tipton ..vast. 100 CALL um m *tlatrirTHE with 3mo"lil ...It... ralf. flood Iraya ____ -- I L ,I
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Klngsley Lake. mllk.r. ALHO :t nl.-. bred villa S
Lodge on New larae' at.! air maltrenaea $15.60.the ''I, I
Reduced To 1495 Earl Johnson of Mettrr, Ga. and Home nlr' rnunfl .',,"dln.Umb.r. New while duck pants n.1' ,."'.
ar '" : .
CLEANERS Wee J. J. llUKW.il, Mlarke.3fp N.w .h..t grade Army khaki. '
DRY
lying Room SuitsA rived Wednesday to spend ten STARKE 7-4 troilaera ............ ..... 1416 ; .., t !

; This: Type Cabinet Will Last!' Years days with his wife and son and AND LAUNDRY FOIL HAI.K-- l-whool heavy; date' New New black I' man rubber rubber knee Ufa boitla rafiernmplefe 94 60 l.i i

RealBargain his mother-in-law Mrs. J. M. trails with hitch for plrkuptru 91500 I ; ; ,"1 i
; Bruwnlee. rHONt 21 CIECN IUIIDINC: k. llond elr<-.. flltil.: AIJ4e/ a New chauffeur.. rape __.._ ".111 ?. l" ,
\ 147 P'ord plkiip truck body, New khaki I rlcllnabreerhea. J"I '
14:. M H. JiKld. Hot JZl. or com manly styled ... .. |H tft ,
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to rornvr '..'a.u. A Adam New abort hnota ..._ |>.," 'I'
I .....>'.. Murk 8> 7-11. ,,"u..... derker. ruts wood HU oraleel r'' 'ii"J '
L One of the** 3- ONLY: PLANT OK ITS KINO: I.V: TUB HTATK I.Ol4'r-.whlt. plnKlIx hair contain.Ins ,, delivered 9?.Sft I. 'f I ,' \. .
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13950 and MOST! EVERYTIII.NO: TO BUILD OK IlKPAIK about. III. di', "."'. ll*>"rtfii New New poplin yachtlna1 awlm rapa .._ .. I II)5.05 30 \! I'. ... ""t'1 I
Suits (Sofa .. ? .
II.rlln. II. ), two rallrnudtlrkftta !Vew marine' eeabaaa .. .__ 91 II' 'J.t jNe.w t .
iMfturwH. fountain pan '.r.plndr Navy hammock. cntuptete' ...... 92.ft*) v.'t.J.I'.' '
Matching ChairsIn Ready Mixed!! Builders II Concrete keep money but plwuti. Navy aheepakln lined leather. "
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return hag and .1.a to flrad* Juckela ., ,
97.BO
this ad. ford fotinly T..I..h.l lip eleeplns' base. _-- ? f. Ii' .
In Same Upholstery) and present l I I Army ? H IVO ''f j ;
"l'a>." pncket A kill'hen : ,: '
1 Concrete || Supplies || Blocks TO IlKNT': Modern 4-room apartment knlvea. from f r .
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BEAUTIFUL LAMPFREE ------- '\
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We will glee you a strictly pr... .'.. 1 .rr..nporch. New ranvaa tol'iing elrol$1.26 e'", ,
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41* Mouth HI Phone M New cenvae '0 ioU II ht f '
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Mtarke. It HIKT: > "h.'.. -____. _y. 9* TJ I I
;.. .: Dozier & Gay Newanvaa. fnldln rots 941 I ; < ;
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*nltiAI.p; A .a-yr. ,,1.1 l l half. Hr:h- Army fatlwila Iroueara. .11 .
Kubherlied. nylon ponchos. I ha I '?
ma heifer: t Jersey row I while 1. t :
I fa.>. .heifer; :J Jeriey h"".""] f fleheeman' a dellKhl .- 9.1 >S ':;J I
Ready Mixed Paints ...." hull All II head |1 New ailltraeea. .. _.. ._ .VA .!ShL/! I i
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Just Also lenhauKh, llamiilnn Flalip '' : ,
REFRIGERATORS New U.I4 wall t.nts made .f
Received of ICE .'i
, Shipment nand! ".."".. :t. t! .
Mirrors Thoueande. anti thausandi nt offs. '
Available Tots -
Taylor Y'j "I"
Lawn Mowers 'UoC") IY' APAIITMKNT: for renlrttnntn -- ""'11'01.'' too numernua to mention., .. I. i I
anti l private ".'h. Mrs Ors nf the l tar...t atocka of aurplua 1'1*/ i. '
Pictures Double Deck Coil Springs. BUILDING f II. Long, 4>>a N Walnut HI, i merrhanllae In Ihe H..uth to iielact .r 1} ; ..
N Htarae. ,'. 'i l land
A N I S tt I.ona'oma In and hrowaa around ; .

IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT ll SUPPLIES, Inc. FOR ""oil'."heater Mpac heater fun portable rl.plux' .'...eec.voode. .hn.our. .One. bamalna hardware of.. the and In laraeit work eor l I I l-;:. ff' y"'

Now in Our New, Larger nulMIng' To Better Serve' Veal each, _U.. eV If 2, rhrom.har.2 rockerIIS' .'....k. of tarpaulins In the ell,. I 1"

FURNITURE CO 140 Phone Had Croaa at 74-W ., ... \1 "
OHN H. DENMARK 10.16-1048): West Main Street South or IS. |t 7.4 .%ra. NP',."..,._410olt's...wH* Stan 4'O r i't"' i.

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STARKE, FLA. Phone ZI7-Z1S P. o. Box 8t lee ft. lot, modern annvenlvmiee, : n
PHONE( 151' .I
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Htore, or Lafayette Htreet after I
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SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH!: STARKE, FLORIDA FRiD,1V u.lirj
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Wheeler Family Owner Pleased Judge Gardiner, Now Past 82nd Milestone tipper teeth does with not wax slide of '' pany the American and broadcasts Broadcasting nation-wide Com I Professor radio personages( QUIz| ft. Ilnr C

i': ;;1, 44' Pleased With Starke With Public'sReception Recalls Advice Of Abe Lincoln To Youth they will work 'I programs featuring ouch stars and and Sammy Kaye Drew p f

-- My husband was in
:
j of Bus I Ity Buddy nll\'ls
Among the recent newcomers stationed many

to Starke are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wallace Carson, owner find Though It passed without fanfare Foster, so he too I
Wheelei and daughter, Rhodaellen, driver of Starke'a new city tran-I Saturday, June 14, was the although has not

formerly of Portsmouth, Ohio who sit good.reports" Hilt that present business route is extends"very. 82nd of Starke's birthday most anniversary popular of and one Is 1919.not far Strange from Isn't the ,

have purchased the W II. Hart from Lincoln City, through town.I I highly respected citizens Judge II I crow flies My sister
5-acre pecan grove east of Starke and three miles out on the Law-' George A Gardiner. I from Indiana spent
i and will make their home here tey road. Within 30 days he hopesto As the result of a recent illness II I with us. I had not
1r4 permanently. have his system extending a- the Judge doesn't get down several fears. so

Mr Wheeler la a retired shoo cross tpwn In the opposite direc- town as regularly as he has In II I meeting. She that r
tions. the past, but he still enjoys talk- Pekinese puppy
dealer He stated that he and his raise
sent
They
"There la very little business' on ing to friends; and sitting on the
+ p) i,' family are well pleased with, they I Is "Wong".
t Thursdays and Sunday after front porch of his' cozy little homeon
? community and appreciate the noons," he Ha Id. "I'm hoping that Orange Street the other day I We had a wind, storm
l ,, ,Md hospitality and courtesy txat has the Railroad Commission grants he recalled highlights of hilt 23: trees In town here,
iKII ) been shown to thorn by residents me permission to route the system years of service as a public official no state that escapes
ai ill of Starke. I to Raiford and Kingsley Lakeon In Bradford County. rains It took the
, tUr1'/J/ 0 those afternoons" "Starke wasn't always the thrive by the roots that ;
'! The bus system began operationJune ing town it Is today," the Judge would be satisfied that his line and fell
j 4 and has averaged 100 passengers said pausing to contrast the high of a prosperous county seat picket fence
1 Fresh WaterBREAM dally. Asked If he expected salaries currently being paid with has been largely fulfilled" We can get bananas i+ TH13 ATLANTIC_ EQUALS
larger Increases in business the extremely "modest stipend"of As to-the world situation so I made banana ANY BEER Hj{
Carson said, "Definitely. yenteryear. "Why I held, all at Judge said, "Well, it seems to I my recipe: .u TASTED ANYWHERE IN THE WOpLO.fi .
It'll take a little while to get the the same time, the Jobs of city about the same as after I For the filling 3 egg z
city 'bus-minded. clerk, justice of the peace, clerk War I. But one thing for sugar, three < ,,
\ for the sheriff, and town barber," we can't afford to let and 2 of @'' The Premium
land PERCH Judge Gardiner opined. "My combined dominate the world". sweet milk.! I rl Uw Popular Beer Price .
Income from all these eggs ,add, flour
The TKLEURAPII ha Just rooched Judge Oai'dlner has two
'd nw pre-war quality REAL: sources war about $50: a month, dren, Mrs. Z. J. Roberts of { then add milk i
: ARE BACK rubber b a n d n. Plenty o I but that was enough to get marred ings, and Mrs. W. R McKoon blended. Cook until < ALA IC .. '
M-t-r-e-t-c-h and M n a p and on In those days; Plymouth, N. C. In addition, tbps. butter i ; ,
Ntrvngth.. Four wizen. at 49o per Always ambitious In his youth haa two grandchildren and I Set aside to ALEaao fE/7 s;,, .
I
After 8 Months the Judge studied some medicine great grandchild. He la pie crust on the back 'Full of Oood fheei i 1
under local doctors and read law happier than when surrounded as I have told at oil
under the expert tutelage of Circuit his family group, and, his to stick air holes in II.i.i. 4
+ Judge Wills Major Ben U birthday anniversary was J I then turn
'd 'ele Bugg, a Civil War veteran, once memorable by one of these pie plate if you
nnP r.rasgl told Judge Gardiner that he knew gatherings. bananas in a
"enough medicine to be a rascal of the pie crust.
Advice to the
younger
fSfltISH and enough law to stay out of tilling over the
tt fB : ? tlon?
;
.... s.rs. BY jail. The Judge not only stayed Whip the three
,11 -- tsl when his "When I was a boy," said three of COURTESYin
"out of jail" but lengthy tbps
SEENGTHAT political career was ended in 1933 Judge, "someone told me a pinch of salt, all the relations of 5cr-
ili, COME DOWN he had put in many useful years story and I've never forgotten I then begin vice with thoughtful convenience and
$} AND GET YOURS sat. y THE In the highly responsible office of Abe Lincoln was once asked tablespoons at a complete-
t afy' same question and he said, nets as well/ as fareful economy in the
t /T GETS County Judge. Two for each egg.
r1 man must be sober, measure that it is needed.
% The veteran office holder remembers young all sugar Is
u BEST oJ F000S/ well the exciting days of muat be honest and he must the pie and bake in

$ MagnoliaFish the county seat feud, between Industrious. These three degrees for at least IEo
: HILL'S Starke and Lake Butler back before -i go together. Together they 1 or until a nice tan
turn of the century. "We divided they fall.' stand and not
A the up
DEWITT C.
JONES
MarketPhone COFFEE SHOP finally won out," he recalls, "and "It's worked for me, ( cut just fine with a
Judge Wills stood on a wagon in the Judge added. knife I do like AMBULANCE SERVICE
151 WEST CALL ST. front of a Call Street saloon and And looking back over his | God bless you all.
37 STAKKE. FLA. delivered an inspiring address on career as a useful citizen and with my hubby Funeral Director
I' the future of Starke. If he could flee holder, It is easy to see I will send you one STARKE PHONE T
the town today I believe he it has. In Ponca Love, I
r,1' tj } t ii Plenty of No. 2 & No. 3 dee Our local funeral home enables us to

i /d . . . Listeners offer conveniences and services not

; j7 Cans GrahamBy I Clay i Hill. Have otherwise available.We .
Canning
1 "t'r furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices i

j t, Mr.*. John By Lura Burl{..** :Mohr ReceptionResidents accept ANY life Insurance policy in force issued by AST en
i "r .q.. t N . McKinneyr Ponca, Nab pay, as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Coniultali
e . . of north carries no obligation.

I ROOFING - 45, 55, 65, 90 Lb. SCHOOL OPENS SOON Georgia reception will of
UIIEKEIN I LOOK TO
The 1947-48 term of the Gra-
HILLS ABOUT MKND station WPDQ
SHINGLES, Thick Butt 3 Colors ham school will begin Monday, TATE ,ION _THE WOUNDS switches ita
7. All of beginners '. to 600
July parents TIMK AND now THEY *

OIL RANGE, 3 Burner With Oven birth are requested certificates to bring'with or the send child.the Rest your her facet.'awhile" ; feel gently It'a of announced'.radto, receiving this Sts.'I *,M others .

Let's all work to make this one of R Feagin, "
; p I'' Tricycles Wagons Baby Strollers the most successful terms In (the The bird fragrant wind; watch : watt station. TELEPHONE 52-J r ,

fly history of the school. switch to 600
z ': Pass. dreamlike thru the For The Finest
made in ,
that near
ASBESTOS SIDING Johns Manville Mrs. Hilliard Broughton of mony of space; \
., Gainesville spent the weekend I know how much of hurt to Feagin, and ServiceThat
possible to tune in Diaper t
TARPAULINS 12x14 and 12x16 with her son and daughter-In-law. come your way, rtkm of the dial that is
Mr. and :Mrs. Carl Broughton. But walk with, me up the other r

It MANY OTHER ITEMS OF :Mr. and Mrs. John McKinneyand today. -it V. powerful Modern' Science and
r children were visiting Mr. We Just buried a young man
"This will give WPDQ
McKlnney's sister Mrs Lester 24 who was killed In an auto Research Can Produce
more powerful
id'I: QUALITY HARDWARE Kite, Sunday afternoon. Friendsof cident, on his way home to the daylight ,....
Mrs. Kite will regret to learn his mother, after a winter In as at night," Feagin "
that' she. la 111. lege In Oregon. To all of us WPDQ is a network We Furnish Hospital Clean Soft Sterilized !

Mr. and .Mrs C. B. Roberts and what brings the changes. We know J Diapers Anti-Odor Metal I Container n:
:Mrs: Chcsley Fogg spent Sunday morrow holds yet Two Deliveries Each Week. ,
can be
Farmers' SupplyMIKE afternoon Sampson.with Mrs. Maude. Gravesat be each,thankful day happy to and meditate.If we happy take over out We CAKE .F ......I

W C. Burton, Curtis Young, and we have. This young man ,. All This For Only A Few Cents A Day
J. D. McKinney attended the :9th
: MAKUCA. Owner START E. FLA. Sunday meeting at Theressa Sun- Air three and one half years In .Mwa
Corps over in Burma
; lay fndla._ HAA... nnrttK.tt* .j. w +r .
UUWLIIV* car ran \ Grtt ".
4I Mr. and :Mis.: John McKinney him. ;: j \EY) 'V..

were vlMtlng Mr. Chastain at the Even in the service I had RAKED IlartmaatCr
Shadycrest Hospital Saturday aft
place for meditation. Amid @
GREEN'SGROCERY ernoon. roar of the planes I found a For Weddings. w 'Lee ".J

Man Had Brick In His from peace our under barrack a pecan I tree would not etc. :

Stomach For 10 YearsOne the gills! I was going to LAPPE -
and then I was not
man recently Mated that There I found time to think ------ -,-- -. ....::._--
e for 10 yearn he felt like he had a to
over
pray and get a firm
Fug brick In his. stomach. This feeling on my emotions It Is YOUR
good.
wan due to the lump of undigested I look to
Delivery Service Phone 86 the hills out my
Deserves
the
1k owl he always had Inside of him. and feel calm.
t} lie wait. weak, vera out, headachy -
At Clay Hill
GARDEN GIFT swollen with ga and terribly things are B
its ronMlpatrd. Recently he along fine. Fred Lang has \ o

started. taking INNKR-AIU: and, a sawmill. I do not know s
English Peas, 3 No. 2 Cans .25 wtyn the feeling like a brick In his: it U located. The Louie s
have
old
good
tomach dlwipprarrd the second peas and okra
I of their
day.. Bowels are regular Dew gas garden. I had fresh
Streak-O-Lean Wht. Bacon, Ib. .33 and headache are gone and he have out of letters my garden from Mildred yesterday. REPAIR
feels l like a> new man.
ning and Juanita
Manning,
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INNER-AID contains 12 Greathens. Trustworthy \
. EXTRA FANCY .: they cleanse bowels, clear" beg me to return to teach. for the
r
gas from stomach, act on sluggish are small girls at Clay Hill. ( ) n h
Tomatoes No. 2 Can .25 dred F.
11".1' and kl.lneys.Miserable poo- Sculley writes she Harley '. like
' pie noon feel different all over a picture of Don and me on one you
f first wedding anniversary. .\) IlLANDIXO .
,. BEST GRADE S. don't KO on suffering I Gel best
has made SINCE
? INNER-AID. Sold by all drag a play house and Is 1S41. the

k 4 Skinless Weiners lb. .35 Store (Adv.) Joying her vacation. Shirley 137 Went Call St. -
Icy writes me the poem "I f -
.A- you little I love you big, I
you like a little pig" I have da!
led these girls'. baby teeth Your r -with hard-on-clothes Summer t
Milk 2 TaU Cans .25 Hint's : handsomely
''t A me xlit"K 1 'loved and cared for them in Good Durable here it will pay you r
ti YOU MNT WANT. TO FORGET.! ways. I so enjoyed them. send your wardrobe here for our, *
cleanitHere
'' b" PLENTY: OF ) Harry Mosley and wife Bea SEAT Juvenating, scientific dry restored :
I been visiting his father your garments are eW,,
Coca-Colas 6 for .25 r Moaley and Lula Mae. They immaculate freshness, so them f
:
port quite a bit of rain, but fJ seem to return to their on hats!
t I Lr are well Percy Knight Is now f ;!,+ '. yFIT and color. To make sure of h.
IIt ,.
minister at Long Branch. '
GUARANTEED-YELLOW ROSE ._. I pec.cable-smart appearanceodas
church Watson in resigned to accept ;'''':.: AUTO IO special occasion, phone
Self-Rising Flour 25 Ibs. 1.89 Georgia.
+ri When a child and ran 1 used In Colors To PHONE 133
4* i get a pain in my side, so 313
here Is a remedy by an old Your TasleSTARKE RO T.

l 4r : --- Dressed HENS and FRYERS --- PHONE 150 son who told had me now what passed his on father, but GREEN, 9l// TemPleOwner '

'; s If your side hurts when

CLOSED ALL DAY JULY Jth STARKE TAXI SERVICE atop, atop over pick up a COVER Ave.
or stone uplt under It, place Court & Madison
back and the pain will cease.: '
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JILY4.19" BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH,
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narlei other children In near-by points. returned to her home ,
Friday 7:15: P. M. A Christian Mr. and Mrs. J. G Caldwell following: a visit In with Jacksonville her:, Hall Child Succumbs I[ser The building in I owned by Ing the floor space and adding amore
ihews lA. E. Wall Jr.
Patriotic Service In keeping; with have been In New Orleans La., grandparents Mr and Mrs, C. I\!. To Burns ReceivedIn Mr. and lIrR.'RII | complete line of groceries.Thr i I
the date. Patriotic readings, this week to attend. tho graduation Turney. V'leet hove >y have also installed\ modern
Bongs and messages, reminding of from Charity Hospital of Accident At Home I III made extensive alterations enlurg- j new meat case. t
Thursday
Church this Important date In our Co ntry's their laughter, Miss Jo supper guest of Mr. ,
Mary and Mrs. K. W. Ilrannen I t
and their
history and calling for rededication Caldwcll II Carolyn Elaine Hall two and a
Jul6' Sunday School to our Nation and Mrs R. S. Rosier Mrs. O. B. daughter Miss Pauline Biannen. half year old 1 \ daughter of Mi and I IJ1JP1.CATf.BrS MAItK \ I
Sermon topic 11 &. m.. principles upon which It was Thompson and baby and Mrs. J. were Butler Miss and Delores Deklo of Lake Mrs Wm. 1(. Hall of Thereasa, i iFlsllla
Enoch
n of Foraaklng". Sermon;! founded. R. Jones and daughters vlnited\ Charleston S. C. Miss Pinkies Hntnnen of died Thursday morning June 26. WE ARE DEALERS IN I ,
Ym. 'Necessary EiaL Or. John McNeill will be a guestof relatives in Klsslmmee and Dover spent Friday night with Miss In ShadycreHt Hospital as thu re- I.\\\N MODEL PLANES t '
,
L ClirMlan Growth".-J.B.: the Tabernacle next week, Mon- from Wednesday until Saturday of Dekle In Lake Dutlur. sult of serious burns recl'lveat\ T.VCKLK1UCYCLKS: :MUW KBS '
day through Friday last week. her home when she overturned a
pastor I On Monday, July 14, Rev. Rufus Mrs. R. A. Wells and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs Bryan Whitfield cup of boiling tea on her chest : TlllCri.ES:/ TOYS/
family dinner
were of
guests and abdomen. The accident I'
Mary Mrs F. Stephens and John oc- '
nicn.KACCKSSOKIES:
Church Phipps and two other evange- Mr. and
odist I and Mrs. Emory Townsend In curred, on June 16.
lists will have charge of the Mynihan all of Jacksonville were : \\IIKKL:
ser Lake Butler at noon Sunday. I In addition to her she (100I>3 \MKH!:
parents
be ob- luncheon of
communion will vice. They will bring a Gospel guests Mr. and Mra
lid
services In the and. J. C. Wallace last Wednesday. | survived by two sisters. Carlle 103; West Call l Street
music
both message pecial on the
AAA AppropriationTo Mae and Kmojenn: and two BIGGS & BAKER \
'
It M. and Mrs.
L Church Sunday at silver trumpet and other musical Ralph Cox and ers Millie! nnd Hobble Joe broth-I STARKE. FLA.
of the daughters and
d 8" m Subject instruments. Cynthia Prlwilla.: Be ReducedMany Flln'ra"t'rvll'u were \.1
sermon" will be. "Inner of Live Oak were guests of Mr.
.
Kt AI evangelistic! . . . and :Mrs. R. H. Cox from Friday inquires: have been received j the graveside l lent Saturday In New afternoon Hope Cemetery at-

ulll be held at the even- until SundnvP.urnell by the County Agents office -j I two o'clock with the Rev Hogarth:
r. State Farm :Mack of Lake Wales recently regarding the effect of Pnlatkn officIating. Interment

I T.IUS Olson will be In Hy \ spent Friday night And Sunday of the Republican Conventional wall under the direction of De- R. B. Alvarez & Son I
of Prayer Meeting next . VhltfleldP5 with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell Witt C JonesPiillhenrers .
program on appropriations asked
and
8 o'clock. family.Lt. ,
|>!ay 11ght at were Clyde liI'r..y.C. ,
HRIDQB CLUB: :MEETING Com. and Mrs. Oscar Beavers for the AAA and USDA. Sullivan D. J. Phillips, Louie.
Tabernacle'hm and their son. Jerrv. and their County Agent T. K, McGinn, Alford., r., G. Johns and Preston Transfer & Storage Co.
Mrs. M. E. Qrfner was hostess v visitor Jean Townsend of Rarnenvllle stated yesterday that the matter Durden.

new and different Is at last week's meeting of the Ca.. were Sunday guests! of presumably will be cleared up this The many beautiful flower attested { I
Introduced: at the Taber. State Farm Bridge Club, enter- MV and! Mrs ,W N North. Com week or next when committeemen to the deep sympathy of Phone 9105
Bible I and Mrs. Beavers have been liv- and Congress are expected. to. ,,- friends and relatives for the be-
afternoon
Wednesday I ILa.t taining at her home Thursday e
of ing at St. Augustine Beach! but grt'e on the amount of reduced reaved In their
1 week the first a parents great lops '
l on the theme' afternoon. The flowers!! used In during the past week left for their appropriations.It YVe operate local and long II i
[ jtadies and !
decorating of was believed that In case Moving
Uken, were outstanding new home in Newport R. I Mrs. any
l.use Life" was
Cf Interesting, beauty in both selection and ar- Nelle Beavers of Tallnssep, Ala, I the conservation program will Van Vleet Leases (' '" Stptagp distance Anywhere in I

tructive proved very to the children. rangement. When scores were came with Com. and Mrs. Beavers leflnltttly tm. restricted the current Kingsley GroceryMr. the State of Florida. .
[aide of the house waa ex- added Mrs. P. D. Fancher was and Is now the guest of Mr. and l mood of Congress portending ,
Mrs. North.Accompanied. drastic reduction In funds requiredby and Mrs Harvey Van Vleet t
awarded
I first--foundations, repre- a unique assortment of Fast Careful Moving '
by W. E. Flllyaw bureau and programs established '''have leased the store at t :
threads .
I Jesus Christ (II Cor. 3-11)), as high prize and Mrs.J. grocery
of Lake Butler Mr. and Mrs. M. under the Roosevelt administration. Kingsley Lake that has been operated ,
IrlJohn( 10:9): ), etc. The R. Kite received a piece of pot-
D. Young spent several days dur- until recently by J. A. Sas- I '
will show one of theIn tery as second high prize. In"bingo"
son .
ing the past week In the central I ---- ------- .
Mrs. Bryan WhItfield wona
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the House of Life part of the state. In Bartow they
waste paper basket. At the end !,
Youth Meeting Saturday vIsited Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wal-
of the progressions Mrs. Grtner,
J. den and Mrs. Lena Hambrick and
,ducted by B. Gomes
assisted by Mrs. Martin Grlner
tpt the young people on Jr., served a salad course. In Ft. Meade they were guests of l I
:Mr. and Mrs. Judson Morgan and
with a new Bible Quiz. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Tyre an- Mr. and. Mrs Marcus Durrance. rf
''C Eentst The Tab<'r- nounce the birth of a son In St. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier were ptedfofay fit FLORIDA.
Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville on overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. .
STOPSCHILIS June 26. Cecil McRae and family In McIntosh -
J. Fred Williams hat returned Sunday. When they returned -
6 to his home In Rlnggold. Ga., followinga home Mr. and Mrs. Bouvier
two weeks' stay In Flor- brought/; Richard and Eleanor Mc- :
letftclm
fluids; Pto'"iFEYER ida during which time he visited Rae with them for a visit. .a fot AMERICA !

MOti.i you I Q" his son-in-law, and daughter, Mr. Jimmie and Irma Jean Godwin ; I IFlorid.
;oa;;; M Totiquin, --- and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, here and are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd

Fleming In Orlando. I t
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Rev. L. A. Shepherd held! a ..'* cheek for $2,000,000 wan. liandeu Secretary of the I I'

Longer Wear{ church service at the Community"The I Interior J. V Krug l Isy Governor. Millard F, Caldwell. on June
Building Sunday morning.
i
Through Expert Repair Way of Faith" was the sermon' 20lli. Secretary Krug then signed an order est.Llialsing.. Everglaile. i t.

NEW LIFE FOR OLD SHOES topic.Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Flllyaw National Part third lurge.il in the United Suiea.. : \

and family and Mrs. J. T. Flllyaw !
BIGGS & BAKER and two children of Lake Butler 13LA By this limple ceremony the preservation of vast, natural .uls. \ I tIA :

105 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. were Sunday supper guests of Mr tropic wonderland. wan. amiured. Teeming li.h bird and animal \
and Mrs M. D. Young. '
Little Mary Carol Turney has 1 ol this primitive. area wilt now multiply unmolested and *ul>- < ,

.. 'a Q i YOSEMITE" s tropics| ) flora will. 1 +again lake' '' on iU original, natural splendor. II! t .. '

NATIONAL PAt .s P ,\

.- Soon new road and oilier facilitira will. enal"le all Americana' I I'

.-GRAND CANYON lo experience llie tame awe and drliglil fell l I.y the first explorer. I ,f

;(''I of Florida. Million, will traverse' the Stale to visit Everglade: t
r NATIONAL r L PAR K .\
.r <: N..tinn.II..rll and every cction will. benefit from their. mpcnili '.m 'I .

YELLOWSTONE lure. Cultural and ediirutional value In butte Stale and I Nation* ;. I

xs a'e t are inrulculjMe..
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NATIONAL PARK ? ,

; .. June :20ili! ..... a grent day for Flnridj, fur America and fur f !
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businessmen, farmers, professional men They will register this Bond in your name, send; -I ,

ire not/on a payroll and who have checking it to you. and deduct the purchase price from ; .

fiat: your balance. .....rrNow II

I you can buy U. s. Saving Bonds atlly, There is no charge for this service. And FACTS .'..Y I' f

[ utomahcally on the Bend-oMenlh Plan! there's nothing you have to do except sit AB6UT a t ;

'You can build a sound financial program back and watch your savings pile up. THE % : (

Ion regular, systematic savings, just as It's the ideal way to build an estate.T'Jns 0 create PARK '1 i

> of wage-earning American are doing an emergency fund. Or to prepare for your re- aTUKiWA1'i r : rY {i: ,!It' :j jw t
e Payroll saved in Bonds now will 9i yif. t
Savings Pia month .
D. tirement. $7J: a ...., .JtJII-o.h, '
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e 11ond cash income of |100 a month in 6/ I't
itself. a }
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authorize have a
the bank In which you
the approximately' 1,500,000 acre*. L 4 tf I
Wag Bonds banker today, sign up on t-.1
account to buy U. S. Savings So sea your ,
I.:ou.'wy. Bond-a-Month flan It's the easy .sensible :2! Only National) Park readily II'r..*.- v" .b ; s v.". ., ;

the to build a sound financial future for your- able b, auto 12 month of year. If\\ i "I S, '
wish way
month (or as often as you ) .
B Y will buy a Bond in theamount you specify. elf and your countrY 3. Over 600.000 ...re. include' bay, .r : r,, '!"! : 'rInl..a. i ,

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a aVe the waywith I million; f ''
easy'auforoafiG it Parka every yeses If only +II! ; 'i '
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viait Everglade National; Park the tI J' t\;

revenue (8( days in Florida-minimum 4 4a Ii).. ': 'a.; :

estimate) will be 110.000.000.1. \;\ <' k..I i !i

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Lions Minstrel Postal Rates Will The Young: Ladles' Choir will singGounod's '
Rites Last ThursdayFor "Jesu Word -of Ood"Sunday "
Mrs. Howard I Presented FridayUnder Remain UnchangedPostmaster School In the Chapel at)
9:43: a.m.The
F F. received '
Mrs. Klla Mae IIowarl28.-d( d the section! of veteran Stump Sunday School picnic will 0 A A
1 word Tuesday from. Inspector
aP Monday June 30, in the Shady entertainer, Bill Singleton a 35-; IF.I C Jones of Jacksonville: that be held on Friday. July 4,, on
t after a brief Ill- man company of the Springfield
y cre- Hospital Lake Geneva, Keystone Heights
under House Joint Resolution No.
' new <( SOU the three cent letter rate and
Howard! born In Baltimore "The Cotton Club Rvue", 10 o'clock Hit
was
Mrs other rates and fees In Friday morningJ. i
postage /
Md., December 31, 1918, blackfacn minstrel, In the USO. effect on June 30 are continued W. Kaufman, Pastor
the daughter of Volley and AnnieHill.ird building here last Friday night.SpunllnrI i aa permanent thereafter When
of Starke. She by the Starka Lions
Manning:
\ the three-cent postage rate was Farm Bureau
member of the Church of tho entertainers brought: a variedprogram I
n was a ,
y first enacted It was designed as
Saints. of old-time favorites, Meets llth
Latter
i the Day a temporary measure and would July
novflllea, and l specialty actH.
She in survived by her husband have reverted to two cents on
: Owen J. Howard; her parents, Especially: well-received. was June 30 If Congress had not pass E. L. Crawford, president of the
M,'. and Mrs. Volley Manning; a Rufus <( lion, Joe Allen of Starke; four mer resident of Starke, who offered yesterday that the organization's!
i brother, Robert. Doyal and, Mar- the minstrel classic, "A regular meeting which would fall
Good Man It Hard To Find". Presbyterian ChurchHoly on July 4 (today), will be held''
etaHoned ; Scotty Hick,.' "Roam In' In the at the Courthouse next Friday
and by four sisters, Mrs. Thelma Gloamlii'', replete with kilt and Communloh will be celebrated July 11 The program will beginat 1

JlcLIII'ly and 1 Mrs. Dorothy/ lie- Scottish brogue, was a standout In the Presbyterian Church 8p.m,
tt r Larty both of New York, Mrs among the specialties I Sunday morning 'at' II 'o'clock. The program; committee has announced NOW FIRESTONe
ask Vera Keene, of flardi, Ga., and T. C. Nichols was the capable We Invite members of other denominations that movies will be
' Louse: and Anne Manning, both Interlocutor, and musical accom- who have no church shown and up-to-date informationwill YOU CAN
of Starke. paniment wan provided, by the talented -I home in Starke to participate be offered on special phases De LuxeCHAMPIONS .

1f Funeral services and Intermentwere blind pianist, Gene Murray.I .I with us In this Holy Sacrament. of farming BUY .

d"d Thursday -I B. Baker president of the .. .... . ,. '- ,
at the Dyal Cemetery .
Starke Lions, expressed gratitude I "'
July 3, with Rev. T E. gooneW.C.T.U. ,I
for the Springfield group's cooperation "JJ'.I'A.Ji.'lE. 'G"R'A'
i U'.AL'LY RECE''I''V'ING
l In bringing its annual : I
k U' 1 '' minstrel to Starke. "The fact PRICES
r ,''J1'+ t that many of the entertainer are MORE & BETTER MERCHANDISE .. tOWER "ARE_ WAR

leading businessmen of Jackson ..
+ 1C you are smart you won.tIIQlRrt
tya1 from mistakes made ville, with no possible financial
,+ '$ ; when your mind In. dulled byCopied motive In the production, shows Arrived SPLENDID
v Y Liquor. that the Lions Club la not an organization Your Uted Tires Are Worth
This
1 Newn.( ) from Florida Good Baker stated.for personal gain I Week Pocket Knives More to Us, .

Two new members, Eddie Hart- ,

mann and Irving Robbing, have, FORMERLY: SOLD FOR COME IN TOLVAY
been added to the local Lions
, eT /J'' + i1.lit. I roster
2.50.
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Chas.AccountantFor Hardy ReturnsAs Now Only $1.00Three PAY AS mm AS

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School Board Ways


Charles' Hardy, recently branchmanager I, Cell Picnic Jugs 1. Save With Firestone's New low Prices! 12 5

of the Florida Times-
to 2. Save With Our Liberal Trade-in Allowance' '
Union In Gainesville, returnedthis FlashlightsAllMetal

IIOUDY FOLKS! Well, we've week to his former position 3. Save More on Mileage and Safety! f R
accountant. In the office of
really to triangle discovered. They what more happens time Public Instruction In Starke. \\\ 1/1/1/ I 4. Save Time and Trouble Use the Conyen'W' f f Kent

than often turn Into wrrvk- Following; four years of service It' Firestone Budget Plant'

tangles here, Hardy entered the arm .; Cases _
ed forces, spending two and/ a -i' ,' (ItT'...\' .,.;_aW &&&&%,;j. bYbppp ?iRiwAMa.A'/'hdaVA. #_ __
half as a Marin He was Nickle-Finlsh ", -
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She because"Shc" Killing. a illvorro discharged years In June 1946 and then e Brand New I 80 Pages I Absoute'IrFREEg/ /
N her husband had flat
'' fwt. entered the employ of the Times V
t Union. n

.+4 i8 47 r lie'l"KeaJlyT"8li "Ye", h<-'. always gHtlnfftil Hardy resumed his duties as Heavy Duty 8 In. 1

feed In ,..,'* flat." accountant Tuesday and will live ',
somen here with his wife formerly Juan- Paper Plates, Napkins r.OO Value'
Electric
1 1-d t When want to make Ita McQauley of Brooker and their Fan
you your ROAD MAPS
.
two children.of
best bid for KM and oil ">-rvlra Paper Spoons
BUDGET r-flrsat OF AaiEIUCJ
that satisfies, drive In lure Jacksonville officiating. Pallbearers OABM**
y One honk of your horn means were Robert Green William and Forks To A N Includes maps of main llghwip
a you're bidding for the brtter Jackson, Lucian Conner Albert p L and principal cities throughout ttV.
'((9 t } i the quicker kind of svrvlce. Lee Crosby, S. O. Denmarkand Help You Enjoy 'b Iip.clelly Pr..r... 8., also adjoining areas in Caned
t.< 1t We're at your bidding all. the Paul Faulkner,' ,by Rest McN.lly t and Mexico. Oe| your copy todey1u"t

limb DeWItt C, Jones was In chargeof four Outing on .
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rangements. "Bapfbt tiYrn qY' Dt .y Ys+ R Y 2-Mk .*..'
M IlUM"
Qa.hty,
GULF OIL PRODUCTS the Fourth of July Supreme Quality r rr LosOi Trovbl..fne' Swe,
{ Washing. ATHLETES FOOT GERM Add
Polishing
;t Greasing HOW TO KILL IT. Seated "Zip"
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Beam
IN ONE HOUR
Temple&: Lake IF NOT PLEASED your ISo beck KOCH DRUG STORESTARKE SPOTLIGHT to .
Ask any druggist for thl STRONO
Service Station fungicide TE-OL.. Mad with BO p roni t Your
aieoitot' It PENETRATES. Reach-
Phone 179 .. and kllU MORE .wna ,..c.,. TodayCANOVA FLA. Car
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18.95 lI1 TTRRIES
I!I WIIITK WALLS
t Easy to install t JJ.Ui: EvaMp.
Heavily chrome-plat.d. I no tools re- 6.9" Moss dependable
s, rir Tnrns full 360 degress. ? qnlred. Bust Ie t of 4 f i ?""Jftun! price field! Packed In till
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PYROFAX GAS. PYROFAX GAS SERVICE goes even farther by giving you a SPECIAL SEAT

'.. contract guaranteeing you gas service at all times, and mind you this service is

backed by one of the largest organizations of its kind. L*

1 1 cMa 6.95 .,
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; Ask any one of our hundreds of users if they have had to do without gas at anytime saw

even during the emergency periods of the past several winters when other Lai< i ,!<+ I,! ale, c t 1 coupes
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gas services were unable to give service for weeks. And Incidentally the price 111 I

has remained the same as before the War In spite of increased costs. '
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t % weight. You know what you are getting. Your Pyrofac Gas Service gives you a

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burners every time you jet a new supply.
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that is safe and efficient, and a trained delivery man works your territory no R 5.95 4.49 a TIierTl protect your ear's .p1Iol Tt end corer'< add uu d. oIteg.

less than twice each week. Every Installation must be a safe Installation and according The looks to its Interior. These taHorod art) quality to A* p.rfectlr. g'
UIl&lI81o.yJIe stopper materials and precision
to the code of the NATIONAL BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS. You are fits air tight. Keeps liquids to4a7..'l'bQ're a grand burl
4 E k protected against damage from negligence or faulty equipment. There Is no piping hot or Icy: cold C_.......l .......i.....-*.......1'/1 L.-

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I ,'i t, { Sure. WilY SHOULD YOU. BUY ANY PART OF IT EXCEPT TilE FUEL YOU TirtSfOntPOnTAJJLE

f ACTUALLY BURN, or be satisfied with anything less than PYROFAX GAS r----1

SERVICE We invite you to make a careful comparison .point by point. Callus

or see our representative. a RADIO

And remember-the expense Involved !in ordinary gas installation will pay for

PYROFAX GAS SERVICE a mighty long: time. Get the facts and figure It out I \ eri/J.fl):;

4 for yourself. Electric
Week
TOASTER 5.29 Only 2.00 A

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.nt.
J. r / '{ '1'seats two illeM oa 'bott T ko: it aaywtaeryon'n fet your' favorft.'tatloes L't iti
sides at the MOM time hat: tubes including rectifier. :Powerful ftu> ""abatiorf..

-i ei Trenton Hardware & Furniture Co., Inc. 'adtllll' chronM SauL tops Batteries la portables e-trr. 110-120 volt 00-60 yd. 0 r


FIRESTONE HOME & AUTO SUPPLYJ.

phone 3391
Distributors Trenton, Fla.

P. Roberts, Owner
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: I S 600 Temple Avenue :: Phone: 69
'1, ii E. T. Shull Plumbing Co., Local Agent STARKE FLORIDA




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BRADFORD COUNTY: TELEGRAPII, 8TutKE. FLORIDA -

PAGt EIGHT ,- -- .,- -., '" --- --=-.
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I The Young Ladies' Choir will sing i iI

Rites Last ThursdayFor Lions Minstrel 'Postal Rates Will Gounod's "Jenu. Word ,of O i

Mrs. Howard Presented Friday Remain UnchangedI'ostmaBter I Sunday School in the Chapel atI,I

F. F. Stump received (. i 9:45: a.m. ALWAYS

lIlrll. Ella Mae Howard_28 died Under the direction! of veteran word Tuesday front inspector The Sunday School picnic will YOU GET

Monday, June 30, In the Shady-! entertainer Bill Singleton, a 33-: R.': C. Jones of Jacksonville that be held on Friday. July 4. on

cro "t Hospital after a brief Illness man company of the Springfield under House Joint Resolution No. Lake Geneva Keystone Height"

(Jacksonville) Lions Club presented The bus will leave the Chapel at
805, the three cent letter rate and ill
"Tho Cotton Club Revue", iint mir
Mr Howard was born In Bal other postage rates and fees in 10 o'clock Friday morning

timore. Md. December 31, 1918, blackface minstrel In the USO effect on June 30 are continued -J. W. Kaufman Pastor

the daughter of Volley and Annie building' hero last F'rlday night as permanent thereafter. When

Hillard Manning:, of Starke. She Sponsored by the Starka Lions the three-cent postage rate was hs. 'en. 11....__.. I

was H. member of the Church of the entertainers brought a varied first enacted It was deslgnea

the Latter Day Saint. program of old-time favorites temporary measure and v. I

She IH survived by her husband novelties, and specialty acts. have reverted to two cents PAGE 8-B BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKKE. FLORIDA .FRIDAY_ fLY

Owen J. Howard; her parent, Especially well-rccelveil was June 30 If Congress had not : --- --

Mi-. and l Mrs. Volley Mannln110n. /(; a Rufus ( Big Boy) Tatum.a fq?;;.: ed a bill extending It farm, four miles north on) High- NOTICE! OF TAX APPLICATION KKB FOR day(.OFFiciAlf'si of : :'

Jot Allen, of Starko: four mer resident of Srarke, who offered Florida Pictured As way 200. House. Hill l No. 11'1C1J' :: As Cleric of ,Il\ld"! '

Doyal and Marion the minstrel classic "A Belmont, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN fly art
brothers Robert To Michael Townsend J 11FIued. ?
Presbyterian Churl Summer PlaygroundIn That K. M. Paokham the holder John C
of Starke, and Howard, stationed Good Man Is (Hard To Find" N. Y., from Melvin LJngle, six- of the following" certificate hall tine, FI.... K" Hi
Hicks' "Roam In' In the FP&L BookletA filed sail certificate for a tax deedto Atty. for
with the Army at Tampa; ,Scotty Communloh 'will be acre farm four miles north on PIt"I|
Holy be l issued thereon The certificate ,
and
and by four slstern, 1>11''', Thelma Glonmln' replete with kilts 200. numbura and yearn of Issuance -
McLnrty and Mrs Dorothy Mc- FcottlKh brogue, was a standout bratod In the Presbyterian Cli double-barrele11 appeal to vacationers Highway Buckroe Beach the description of the property IM: CIIUCBHV. : Ii'COI'Y'1'Y 1'111 kr eel

of New York, Mm. among the Hpcclaltlea. I Sunday morning 'at.11o'q to spend this summer In To John Murphy, and the names In which It waaitHeHHed 1'1,01111>> hw.
both
Matheny,
Lurly. Va., from Mrs. Josephine are a* follow: .
Vera Keene, of Oardl, Ga., and T. C. Nichols was the capable We Invite members of othei Florida is planned by the Florida one-acre farm one and one-half Certificate No. 111 Year of Is- P. Venter p. Vent,., L T,)',fendar In"
both Interlocutor and musical accompaniment nominations who have no cr! Power & Light Company, J. H. Htiance 1943.UeHcrlptlon 6110. 1
LOIINC! and Anne Manning, Road.
New Blandlnic of
I miles east on rropertv:
of Starke. was provided by tho talented home In Starke to partld DuPre of Starke local managerfor Charles E. Campbell Mon- Nth of SKVi' of HEV4; 1'1'c.' 2(1.( ANn ORDER OF "PIIL", 1'.1'
Gene Murray. with ua In this Holy Sac rat the announced 19- To Twp SB, H. 22 K., containing 20 NOTI'' \I' '
STATE
blind company
Funeral services and Intermentwere pianist aca. Pa., from J. Mack HInes, Acres. P. Ventern OK ,n", ''1.)0"\II,'
I A. B. Baker, president of the In which assessed V. E. is i 111,11,,
Name :
Thurs Live Oak two-acre farm two and denue last ku.. "
at the Dyal Cemetery I ': "' : .: day.In
card L traon; !' &
Rtarke Lions expressed gratitude "- '' '-- addition to their post arty St., Win- .
Ifollno.W.C.T.V. miles south on Highway 135 Year of IHUance
day July 3. with Rev T. E. one-half Certificate No. *- ollnn. 11,
for the Springfield group's coop- ,WE ARE 'n--ijA'U- "Summer-gram" mailed by thousands 11143.DeHcrlptlon YO".II ,
,
eration In its annual sum 100.To of Properly! : or before "'
bringing of its customers every Carl Richie. East Aurora Lots 3, 4, B, 8 of 11 lk 35, Peek's above AIIIH", II,,Ii I ,lit'
minstrel to Starke. "The fact since 1937 except during the Addition to Slarke, Sac 28, Twp. 8 im imd
MORE & BETTER mer N. Y., from George J, Brown ten- ,11I1JI'.tr lid
of the entertainers are is 14 Mir ,'., ; ,
that many wa'r, the power company now acre farm four miles northeast of Jame2inLwhiph' assessed. : K. K. publish ''Iii', lral!
Jackson hit ,
businessmen of ,1 i
If you arc smart you won't leading presenting an eye opening bookletto Starke on Yarbrough Road. ferryman: : weekly IHKII *'
No. 138 Year of Is-
financial IVrtlflcaie*
with possible .
ville no vacation Interest Witness .
summer ,
smart from mistakes nuulawhen arouse 1943.Deserq'llen!) "
still nee and
motive In the production, shows Arrived of Floridians ad well as out PHOCI.AMvnov OK TIIR :orlon of Property: 'cal at 1'11.1 I i: .
mind la dulled .
your by d OKSI'4IIKK day of Jute| i'i
OF 'I'llH (ITV 4-
N- 620 ft of NWH of NKVt ex W
that the Lions Club l U not an organization (OBFIC'IAf.IB'
LJiiior. This of-staters. Pl.OllllIt inr rt, Her S3 TWP 8 a, K. 22 E.. : I i -1 '
for personal gain, Notice IH hereby: given tu all AH Clerk of MII.I: :
+r' (Copied from frlorldu Good! Entitled "Let's Stay-at-Home lectori of the Cltv o f Htarke, I containing Name In which 16 Acre assessed: R. D. & Hy Lucille C r,., lnor'D
'iiewllo) Baker stated. Week Play-at-Home", this presentation tlruiKoril County: Florida that I, WellH. John: J' lend l f'" 'Sl ctine
Two new members, Eddie Hart- sectionof AH: MAYOR! do hereby cull a Speuhal H.Ar.. of Raid property being; In the Fla.Atty .
originally a feature In t the City for Plf .
i and Irving Bobbins have lOlertkm to ho held County of Bradford State of Flor _,
mann'
the June Issue of the Florida Mall the polling place, Stark: ida. *
been added to the local Lions Company's house Florida. on Tuesday: August K, Unless such certificate certificates IS r"MIT ('Urn ,
Power & Light
between the hour of 8:00A. : liii'
1947 ( '
hall be redeemed accordingto : 4)11'Y. ,.mlllli
roster organ, "Sunshine Service News", M and Sundown, thin In pursuant law the property described In .'..:11 Y. .It

has attracted such wide interest to resolution adopted liv the such certificate or certificate will moUth ,Ann i ...H ,
City Council of Starke, Florida onJ'ily he sold to the highest bidder at the .lohn Prnnfir, ,; "vr
Chas. Hardy ReturnsAs among those who have seen it i 1, "'14,1. toT determine' puruDHe rnUflcntlon of thin court house" door on the first Mon. Case No. 6771OHDER : 0.

that the company Is reprinting it Election / dny In the month of August 1947 I OK I I"i ;, t'A
AccountantFor of Special Act punned by the I t. of AND .
which the 4th day August: SOT'r-i; : pp
an a booklet. Florida I.i'Klhlature In May 1947 1947. STATR OF I-IPrnncls ',
which provider for the tiholitlnn of this June 30 1947. ., "; '
Board Dated ingot i ,
School Illustrated with lively pictures the office. of ('hl'f of Police of theCltv (OFFICIAL. SEAL' ) A. J. Thoma address last 'in, ",a|,
.
i iIW Three Cell the booklet is available to chambers of Simile, Florida.Under In dork. of Circuit Court of Bradford Ave., I'J Chul'' ,
vented r"

Charles Hardy, recently branch business houses the authority County, Florida 1." 4t 725OTKK York. "
of commerce, me I d"ehrn..t.| an Innpectorn and Von
manager of the Florida Times-, and individuals free of charge, the Clerk : \ OF .\PPI.ICTIOV Foil or before nn Augnr i i -'I I,
1 R. F. ImmoreHt Tnnpert. .
Union In Gainesville, returnedthis FlashlightsAllMela Mr. DuPre the manager, said. A 2. )<'. fl. Hfmlntfwuv: Innnnctor, T\\Rill IIKKItlltiiMV >:.... IH"IU: hove wherein nit n,1."Ii'lIlf! u
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week to his former position 3. T. Williams, :9r
H. Inxpertor.H
IIOUDY YOI.KoIV..U.! vc've request to the company's office .VOTICK' IH HEItEHYHVEN, oiiBtody nf ulW 1 jflrt,
E.
t y t in the office of Sparks ClerkCIIAH that (i. f1 Alderman the holder. of
accountant Telegraph hill
alt number of I
+ really discovered what happens! will bring the desired '!. A. AKHV, ( In lh
the followllltr certificate has filedhaul next foui
A to trlangleN. They more times Public Instruction In Starke.Following \ f/l/// booklets. "Winter visitors have to Miivnr'I'TEHTHD of the City of Starke. ,KinA certificate for a tax deed to Witness im u L MQ tPt,

than often turn Into wn'ck- four years of service /p travel hundreds and thousands of fnrl Johns : City Clerk (SEAL) bo Issued thereon. The certificate seal| nt Stiirl' 1 I' ',, I i
minincrH and of Issuance the of July,
tangln here, Hardy entered the arm- Cases miles to enjoy Florida", Mr. Du 7-4 rt 8.10'1'f1 deHcrtptlon; of year the property, and I the (OFFICIAL 1917 sn:,VTI, \ I'N i

ed forces spending two and a Pre said. "The Florida Power &, names In which It was assessed area fl.-tlt '
Nickle Fin \ OP tl' ,. .
PI.ICtriOKOH followMCVrtlfIrate: Bv: Lnrlllr. O i
i Nlici "Sh,"'" getting a ilHorri half years as a Marine. He was Light Company plan Is for FlorIdmna TIHOKII>> No.' 103 Year. of 18- John J. Hi'iulii 11 i P.; sustlne s

iMM-aiiHn her husband had nat discharged In June 1946 and then .at much less expense to en- House Hill 1n.. 1..1:1NO'l'WI'J :: Hlintice 1912. Fla. Amiv ..
.
IS HKHKHV LIVEN- Ucserlptiua of Property:
1
of the Times-
entered the
t foot" employ joy all the thrills and fun that '1 hut J. Illeverly t the holder of l.otx 21, 22, 27, 28 !Wnodlawn, ,
Union. visitors have here. As for tho following ccrtlfkatex him riled Sec 15, Twp 5 8.. R. 22 K,, containing f'IIH'II'r" iniiiHIM:
lie "KettJIyT"She 8 In winter mild, rertlflcateH fur a tilt deed to 40 Acres; r'nl: >:! Y. ri.iiiiini! iv
resumed/ his duties as Heavy Duty '
p : """N, h<-'" always getting Hardy thu businessman this summer vacation ,lie. iHvueil thereon. The certificateumbers Name In which aNxexsed: Josephine ('r':!it V. .
t accountant Tuesday and will live and yearn of I iHHiianuu. IhoI"Hc'rlplion .(CorklnK.CertlflLat. Sophie r.n Illi I IVH. r
is the cheapest new
bin felt In elne's flut. dollar .
Bonnnnn
Oeoriru Oil! '
4 ( I''" Ot')
of ,
r the property and the No. 194 Year of h-
here with his wife formerly Juan- Electric FanKOCH dollar he can reach. He has onlyto nanse In which It wax assessed tttlfince 1942.U"RN'I"lInn Case. No. 57IMonnui .
Ita McGauley of Brooker and their : are an follows: of Property 'I'i !I" I' vr
facilities for : : ,
+ When you want to make your use his winter AND: Nf''"!' I I ,
"I'P'HTATE
Curtlflcnfe No. 248
two children.of Year of In.mmnctt HEW of IS, Twp.
u bent bltl for gas and oil wr- new summer business" 1943.Unncrlptlon 8 M,4H.f: 22 1C., : hIc'2; ( acres: OF .'Lin I. (I IOoorife ,

vice that satisfies, drive In here from of PrnpertyiLot : Name In which assessed: Ham. Mc- lump, \ rand
Jacksonville officiating Pallbearers The booklet pictures range a A 8V4 of Lot 4 of Elk 26. Urlde. address IN it>. 'rant'
9iF i One honk of your horn mrttimyou're were Robert Green, William cool beach scenes to a glimpse of Livingston, Trilby & CO'H Addition Certificate I No. 2141 Year of Issuance Ur"oklvn: Now V.. rk .
' + to Htai'ka /Sec 2R. Twp. 6 S, It. 24 I'. 1942.Description You are required i 1. apt
j 1 I bidding for the betterthe Jackson, Lucian Conner, Albert the art museum in Sarasota! Name In which .e..o".eol ; F. !,). | of Property.K : : August 1. 1917 i"i.. 'h I, "ban,

quicker kind of ..'rvlre.We're Lee Crosby, S! O. Denmarkand The "Summer-gram which will Prince. I 285 ft of N 105 ft of Eyof Court and ,PUII s1, .In I
I Certificate No. 76 Year of Is.suxnl'e NW of SE seek divorce. llruilf ul J 01effraph
at bidding all the 1. j Nli'/i Sec. 38, Twp.Naiiie .
your Paul Faulkner: 1's.of
lA also be available* at the company'aoftlces 11)45.Oenorlptlon '8 S 16 aa u.rh publish >hll
i time. DeWItt C, Jones was In charge in a; few days l Is a pictorial of Property: : In which assessed 1': W. A. next o weekh' ixnuffWltmsf "
Lot 3 it 84 of Lot 4 of Ttlk 211: Conk. "
of arrangements. post card Inviting vacationists "to (i.lvlnKHton Truhv and CO'M Adrll- All cjf said. property being In the seal at Stailt ,I" 'i 1
South to water-cooled Flor- lion to Town of Htarke, Sea 28, County of Bradford, Htate of Flor- 30. 1947.
GULF OIL PRODUCTS come Twp. 6 S, It 22 K. ida (u IFN'1'I.ALCU. I IRy '
f Washing. Polishing ATHLETES FOOT GERM.' ida and try a summer sample of Name; In which assessed: p. C. 1'nlen such certificate of certificate i" ,
HOW TO KILL IT. Florida living." Those who wish tlolllnKftwortb. shall be redeemed according Lucille C Conner D fork.Atty. 'J
.
T. [
Greasing All uf Bald property being In the to law the property described In Frank Laniirum
IN ONE HOUR may send as many of them as bounty of Iiradford State of Flor such certificate or certificate will for Plf I Iiv

Temple'& Lake HP NOT PLEASED your 3ia back D : they please. The postage on all ida.1/nloHN such certificate or certificates tha he Hold court to house the highest door" on bidder the first at : ('111(( ir sot iir'. eauY)1'sri' '

Ask any druggist for this STRONG "Summer-grams" Is paid by Flor- shall be redeemed acfurdlnic.. Monday In month of August 1947, ( FI.OIIIIIll .II
Service Station Icld., TK-OL Mart with to per to law the property described In CKHV.Ifasel .
which la the 4th
& Overa day of ,
cent ida Power Light Company. August
,
1 1VH. J
,;; : alcohol It PENETRATES.: Reacti- STA such crtlflcate or certificate will 1947: Dlckinsi ii <
Phone 179 .. mad kill. MORE |..rm..ear.. Today million of these summertime Invitations lie Bold to the highest bidder at the Dated this June 30, 1947. Patrick Kim[:* ',11d..nt. !!
.I have been distributed. by court house door on tha first Monday (OFFICIAL J. Thomas Cane :Nu. 'Till'
.'so In month of 'iourt.o! OR l.f; : OK P I'' I'
CANOVA PHARMACY August, 1947, which Clerk of Circuit. Th'sdforli 1
the company. In the 4th day of County, Florida 7.4 4t 7-25 t "N nf;: >.r 'r
Anted this I June Jlrf9'1t.un: STATE OF FLORII'Franfla \
Attractions of the Starke sec- ,,
'- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thonian 1'IIIC''t'I'; : .01.11.. lllltllFOIIIIl Connell "
tion of Florida are Included In the Clerk of Circuit Court of Ptndforil M'V. Fl.OIIIIIli 1teltS". lit West Fay: M J r
over-all picture of Florida pre- Countv, Florida. 7.4 4t 7.25O'rIVE 1'ItY.ary' villa, penntiyhnnlit
\ OF 4 tPIM.ICfl'IOM Foil' ( R. Holland, You are rnnulrcilAuriist l 'P
sented in the booklet. / Tt\ 1>..:..:10 Henry T. Holland Defendant.Plaintiff Cane v* 4. 1147, lhh ,row.
Why Buy Your Gas Tan ii.u... inn -.;... iNtia: No. 6768.mr. Court and cans vsl.seeks I.
NOTIUW 18 HEREBY GIVEN- >ER OF PUnL('\TIO'l/ divorce, ""J't "ill And
Realty TransfersTo That H. O. Hrown the holder of the ANO NOTICE TO APPEAR of minor child and .Um"
P
following certlflcntfB has filed aldcertificate STATE OF FLORIDA to Henry support for minor !hil-
for a tax deed to he T. County haP puhOrd..r
Holland whose
residence U
R. A. Green from C. Letsch iHHtied thereon The certificate known. un In nextTelegraph run .i"klr

And West: 78 feet of Iota two and four ,number and veara: of luance, the You are required to appear on Witness my hAnd ruin and I Ih
Equipment ? description of the property and August 4, 1947 In the above named seal at /titarke Fl
Block 22 Starke. Price indicated
of the name In which It wan aaaeHHed Court and cause wherein plaintiffaeeka 1, 1047. JC
by documentary stamps are an follows! divorce and restoration of (OFFICIAL SEAL) A
Certificate No. g Tear of I*. maiden As Clerk of said 1'uurtFv ;
name Bradford
County I
a recorded with deed: $ OOO. nuance, 1945'D..rlptlon Lucille C ConniT PC
To J. T. Stabler from Sarah F. of Property: Telegraph In next; four shall weekly: publllt Incur this Order I FlemingJoneH.. 8c :II! lint'.

Sure. Why should you buy any part of It, when you'will ; Oliver lots one and two of block ,Section' NW(4 15 of, Townnhlp NE" A a K Mouth>4 of Range NVVti seal Witness at Starke my hand Florida and thl official* July : nett National, Fin. Bank nulldlnonvllle ,1 j

furnish It all to you complete, including the upke two and northerly eight feet of 20 Name East In containing which 120 acres. 2 i 1947. Attys. for Plf. '
amieiiHed: Empire (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
lots five and six block two,
,
PYROPAX GAS. PYROFAX GAS SERVICE goes e .umber Company; An Clerk. of said Court iv: cmrrtr ('ill hr. IIHII'
Starke. Price Indicated $8500. E&TV.V* "7 Year nf'- By Lucille C. Conner, D. U r'H"'I'1", FI.OIIIDII i'

krl >, I::l; ,,'. contract guaranteeing you gas service at all times, I TO Janie lIathcock Avery from Description of Property: 7ach Atty. H.for Douglas rif. ,, Gainesville.7.4 4t 7-28 Fla. N.I''k'lnrr; : O'ShifM"' pleb'

;" .:' backed by one of the largest organizations of its kind. Dr. W. B. Parks lot one of block Section' Lot 11 35; Indian lleach Unit No.2, -. Fred R O'ShleUln rjffnd

i four, as extended on Knsey's map 22 EII.I Township g South Range iv: (,fll'-'I'Y riHcriT; cot:" .. IIItA nronn No 6707, Pt'RI-l"
FLOIIIUAl IN ORDER OF
Ask any one of our hundreds of users if they have i Starke. Price Indicated: $9000. Rose.All:Name. In which assessed: John M. 4'EIIv.' CHAN- AND NOTICE TO *ft'
Announced E. A. Strout Robert HuU Koch, Plaintiff, vs STATE OF FI.OKII If F
time, even during the emergency periods of the past by of said property being In Eugenia Orace Koch Defendant. O'Shlelds, whose addreM I h
Agency: To Arthur W. McLean County of Bradford State of Flor' Cane No. 6189."RDIH known.
gas services were unable to give service for weeks. Belmore. N. Y., from William\ H. ida Unless such OF PUBLICATION Toil are required lo.PI

has remained the same as before the War in spite of ,j Smith. 13 acres at Hampton flcat. hall he certificate redeemed according or certl. STATE.VNI OF NOTICE FLORIDA; TO APPEAR to: Eugenia Court August and 1, 1917.cause in "th'' .'..hoOf" r
to law the
'- Junction Highway 200. such certificate property described In orace Koch, whoso address and re*. seek divorce 1"1',110 fhb
or certificate will
Idenca publl.h
Your PYROFAX GAS SERVICE that Lewis of state of he cold to the are unknown. Telegraph shall .".
guarantees yog. To N. Smith the highest bidder at Y"u are required to appear >>non In next four w..ekllf '1.
4 Virginia, from C. D. Knight, fillIng court house door on the firm before August 4th, 1947 In the won'"* m< .* "
weight. You know what Your Monday In month IblJ
,I you are getting.. pyr, of August 1947 above named Court and cause, seal at Starke, Florida.
Farmers'Market which I.I the
station opposite 4th day of August!
1 uniform fuel at all times, free from soot smoke or ) Highway 200. 1941. wherein Bradford plaintiff County Telegraph seeks divorce.hall 1947.(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 1. T

t burners time get Fred Weller Cbnn. (OFFICIAL Dated this 3rd day of July 1947: publish thin( Order In next four A. Clerk of said C"urtn c
every you a new supply. To Milford Ldourt"or Thomas weekly issues. Fy Lucille C. Conner.
Clerk of ( I I'
r Bradford F
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from Robert Southorn four acreI County Florida witness mv hnid and official U. O. Brown Stark, 1.1'
7-4 4t 7-255 seal at Stark, Florida this 2nd for Plf.
Our service personnel is especially trained and equipp Atty.,

that is safe and efficient and a trained delivery m,

Y '' less than twice each week. Every Instal'ation must I C"Eva

3 cording to the code of the NATIONAL BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS. You are' air 'IIID'"'A'evDq,1DU. -'., ...., .. -- .. L.-
ptplul hot or 1cF Gold 1""; ....... trq.ri...Nly
c_. ....114II
I ,' protected against damage from negligence or faulty equipment. There Is no I ',>.,

safer way known (than that employed in handling of PYROFAX GAS. ..-..-...... ? -' __ '....
....""' Mod.,. $iylt..
I
.
; > Sure. WilY SHOULD YOU BUY ANY PART OF IT EXCEPT TilE FUEL YOU 1 ytresonePOBTADLE

rl ACTUALLY BURN or be satisfied with anything less than PYROFAX GAS rasa

SERVICE We Invite you to make a careful comparison point by point. Call

R4: : us, or see our representative.And a t RADIO


remember-the expense involved in ordinary gas Installation will pay for

'1 PYROFAX GAS SERVICE a mighty Ions time. Get the facts and figure it out I J L9J

,, h for yourself. Electric .. week
I TOASTER u'.9 __ Only 2.00 A

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less. two slloM en both Take U &nrwaare._yanll let year favorite! 4tatloa' .,, jtikJC

.idea a' this MOM tiau.elro : tubes including rectifier Powerful a" -lncH .t "b.ttry.or .

Spackling o' finish. tops in portable.) 110.120 volt, 6O0 Cycle
Trenton Hardware : & Furniture Co. Inc. : :Batteries .-:trl'.


FIRESTONE HOME & AUTO SUPPLYJ.


Phone 3391 Distributors Trenton Fla. :

P. Roberts, Owner


# : 600 Temple Avenue : : Phone: 69

E. T. Shull Plumbing Co., Local Agent STARKE FLORIDA


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