Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 18, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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System ID: UF00027795:02964
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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fosopher-Farmer Hornsby, 77, 1 ,t

s BY iimesAren'tLIke.OldDays"ddy Da'l8e t BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH :

2 and It'll be 68

July uyear-old Jam' .
slnc \ steamboat

bY .tepped onto the lates Official Countu Publication Established In 1S77OLl'MK

andlna an(1( trains for theo __ ___ ___ ____________ ___ ___ __ I

In railway journey to Stark*. *' SEVENTY STAKKE, I'LORIDAI'RIIMY. Jt'NE: $. 1948 NUMBER THIKTY-F1VK .. I '

r of active 77-year-olc -- _ _ _ _ _ a "..

,he,:rd datfl the County birth of the old-timer.!of orange strawberry who In.nd Rough Training Methodist Pastor I I Market Season I Gen. Lowry, Blanding 'Daddy', 400 Officials ,!I; ;ri r-r -

i 1r.hi'In oU tM land theaa I'lngsley just!partL.g a Lake mile ts road or atlll aO'tbe .; Ahead For GuardAt .Begins To Close I Fights country Russia Is engaged.;In Shows a Daughters"Our To Visit City I""

rl"o"uras 18" when T. deadly- war right this minute, and

year \'' of Pennsylvaniak"a" k: Fort JacksonMembers After Bad Year although we're losing the war we Next Thursday '

eteamboat in New fall to realize that it even exists." :

U the .Oeorge w ; That utatment '
father was released to Around 40O County officials
He had for reasons of of the Starke Natloni Ten trailers of white and yellow the Telegraph\ tnla! week by Major\. from all sections of the United .i
hll8n, tIck Guard unit will get a new taste ; corn, averaging 2.800 dozen
( his family I General Sumper I* Lowry com States will take part In a Motor '
Lith precelad of Florida..' HU of Army life at Fort Jackson !S. each have been shipped from the manding1 of floor of the Pin National I cad through Stark at 10:30: a. m, ;

fure.t" for fifty cent C.. from July IT to August !2. Farmers' Market since June 1, The Guard Division. Oenernl Thursday June 21. '

,,18 working Risltlg orang Capt. T. K. McClan In the old west of Stark mandlng officer of the local con bag of five dozen, or an aVf'rage''I Stnrke for his 1938 statementhere Present plans) are for a welcoming ,
to meet the
five mlle8 arrived.ieY I pany. which is a part of the 124t of $2 for the.white and $1.40 for when he predicted an approaching delegation l. ,
and for the Chamber of
the familY that time put'Ie I Infantry, announced this wtek!: the yellow. The amounts of the I WorMVllr and vlsunlIred group '. t It
at Commerce to the
supervise serving Ii
Lake of Starke in the, that plans are rapidly being completed two varieties have been approximately I the then nnn-exldter.t, Cump of refreshments In the School .

: hamlet Influx of notherfld I for the unit'.. 100 percent the same five trailersof ': Mandln.r ss one of th. longest. Annex (USO). t t

for the In the area participation this training. At I each. Aimv camps In the Southland.
-- The Motorcade is the of f
EngllHhnWn Fort Jackson the 'wUl cimax I
area's three'nces company Market Manager\ R. B. Alvarez war we're fighting with
flr the has been a resident of Starke for a three-day convention held in 'j
operate its own mess hall handle Russia Is
J 1 I atoree said that this week will finish up different from other '
and numeroul some 60 "I wish the whole.. Jacksonville by the National
years all unit administration wUl ,
That was befor ; and Pictured above! Is the Uev. jj. the corn crop with the corn being wars on-y in terhnlqun, mxertfdGtn.
ullnesees. state was full of Gardlners." he. i live in barracks this rathe Low, '. Association of County Officials on
And it was year R. Hill who assumed the pastorate shipped South instead of shooting' war
Din gave way HornsbY'lione9tead said. "If It was full of them and than in the usual tents., SWimming of the Starke !Mptnnditi North. since the Northern corn vlll benln the moment Russiafigures Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday .j \

gsleY that Mr-land. I didn't have any of me, It would pools, tennis courts, baseball Church last week. Is beginning to produce. The season \.-., are too weak to win of next week. Beginning on Juno \
officials will wind down
be a mighty good state. 24. the I"
diamonds and other recreations the conflict
will thus wind with t
the son up only .
Mr, Hornsby, "Mr.: Blanchard (now living In Rev. Hill Is a native 'FlorUllar, General through colorful Florida scenery ,
"We abate Major
rood worked: facilities will be available to the 16 traitors of corn leaving the have already lost a major Pictured I
years. having been born In vVUma*, from ,Jacksonville to Miami In CO t' : '
tender of the older ; _.
was one
of boys
lad tn men 4n their off hours, when they market. The approximate corn battle t battlct jUst as tmpmtan ,: Sumpter L. txmry commander of
orange groves :'he must be eighty-odd now -. "riorlda, auU,, I I" a veteri of Worl.]'. cars and four busses t
thriving week are not going through the routine \ Income Is 12700. n the Fettle ot tho Bulxj i In National Guard Division
the SUt
dollar a War''I. He attended St. Petersburg ,1 '
a but we together he Stark .U the group' only stop .
area for grew up of learning the art of war. tlte last war. For the Communists,
Kingsley Lake Junior College and Emory; Last year for the month of May proudly holding hint ftlnfl-lIIt>nth-,
worKed on said. Mr. Hornsby also remembers i and between their 8:00: a. m. Jackson.
more directly, the Russians
he and, Weapons to be assigned will include I .r !
dollar a week. board 1.1 C. Webb, one-time editor Univer-ifty Prev.ous tc his ni: alone, corn brought Bradford have succeeded In the old daughter Ivllrn Ingram vUl! departure and their halt for I. ''I I
i the .45 pistol, M-l rifle .30 keeping ..
I of. the "Starke Telegraph", who polntment to Starke he' held "a' County farmers the sum of $53- Senate from voting on the Munts 1.o\\'I'y, and his ...- and .no calibre machine ,
nr. along better than gum pastorate tn Dade City. He haa, 745.50. Lee Ann Lowry. of Marlon County. The ,'
later married and moved to Texas guests tl
d we got bazooka and .30 calibre carblni I Dill (The MunU Bill would require -
when Interviewed where he died. also served his church In Lakeland Bad weather both too wet and I..... Ann tn the daughter of CJeneral Motorcade 1' scheduled to travel I f'
said all U. S. Communists to
he The Starke unit will take all 'Us 1 )
1 worked for Wauchula, and Bushnell.In too has upset the productive l..owr11 son rapt. S. L. Green I "
'eek." In fact, for "I guess It was some 85 years and The unit dry. register with the government.) through Mandarin and Cove }
nglshman! at Kingsley ago that 1, helped set out the equipment movement will be arms.made in pullman coming to Starke. Rev. HID] cycle and caused the farmers to We are not winning the cold Loury, Jr., who U. at present Springs before their 10:30LeIt \I, t tto

anll when I quit I 1aklng first strawberry plants in Bradford and replaces Rev. W. J. Churchwell,: lose Investments In corn, berYles' war with Russia.. TOday' war Is law dtinh-nt at the I'nlvemlty of ) Starko, after which a non-stop I'K.1 I,
years one baggage
eight dollars a month County. The freeze had sleepers who Is sent to the Main street and cucumbers. Berries have done only a new technique. We are Florida. General Lo"ry, whose drive through the University of .. 1 I
but 1 wall blShly car which will leave Starke I at Methodtat Church In Jacksonville: practically nothing since, the last homo In. In Tampa wan at Camp Florida and Gainesville Is planned. .1\ I
only that. knocked out the orange groves:,, 7:30 P. M. 17 at still trying to fight the last war
d," he aald. and a Mr. Knickerbocker of Law Fort Jackson July at 4:45, arriving A. M. luly; Rev. Hill and his wife are'now''I of May when 14,461 crates were while we're right In the middle of I Itlumllnfc. on vacation at the timeof | In Starke, the Motorcade will '. ,I

Hornsby then took off for tey hired me to do some of the 13. will return to Stark residing at the parsonagle.; shipped for an estimated return another" We just don't recognize I the picture park on the School grounds) and : I Ion
since all yOufl Troops I of $119,746. Last year around Washington Street. They will i It .i i I
n" places work., There' a lot of argument 8:10 A.. M. Is*. the situation. We send millions
like to roam." He went toMe about the thing, but I know that : August Police Shed Coats; 40.000 crates were shipped for abroad to fight Communism, but student at the University of Florida be accompanied] by a road patrol' I : I, ,
In the All units of the state will par 312101., and the County road patrol 4 i
woiked and their families man
and Mr. Knickerbocker: was the first let our own land turn rotten. were vacationing.
get- ticpate\ tnhe training and aU Summer Finally HereThe will meet the Motorcade< 1 J I I
for 13 month "I was man in Florida,to Introduce a refrigerated : The cucumber season amountedto Briefly looking at the historyof man ) as < \
a day and: employers are being urged to release little. since It lasted only It passes the County line on its ; f
rich on $1-25 box for shipping berries. very Russia, the General noted that i In civilian life General Lowry I
worth half that" he. said It J just held one bushel. but men, without prejudice I to City of Starke official!; about a week Mr Alvarez said. the Sovlety Union has never II. chairman of the Bushnell Steel scheduled entrance over the new ) '. t' I
t I the of Summer :
of the
their Job, who are members recognized coming Blandlng road.. I''
a twinkle In his eye. it did the job." he said. struck until the enemy was weak. Industries of Tampa, Jacksonville, '
over In Tltusvllle heto "I've seen the time that berries I National Guard. Capt. McClam last week. Canning Factory He pointed at Finland Poland. ami Miami und als- chairman" of Several local County officials ,1 $ I''

way thinking about the little were worth a dollar a quart even stated this week that "It is the. The t policemen'on the City; Rumania, Yugoslavia, and Czechoslovakia. too. Florida AlumlnunOImpany, plan to attend Ithe Jacksonville ,

.,had gone .to school with.' when sold by the bushel" he duty of every citizen who Is Interested streets have come out In new Opens Third Year; Germany he said Is "During the war he wa commanding convention. The local Chamber of 't i !;

had to get back to'thisof added. in the defense of lI1ill summer-weight gray uniforms, and Production JumpsThe one exceptloti because the .Russians I gcnoral .of the 4 1st Division Commerce in charge of serving I I

just woods. On July 18. "Things' aren't like they usedto I country to cooperate with the the heavy dark coats have gone had no alternative. Artillery In thu Pacific Theatre refreshments to members of i I

the married the little girl. be" Mr. Hornaby remarked. unit in Its plans for the" For the way of all!! coats during the< May output of the Bradford: "If Russian continues to win the 01' Operations. the Motorcade, but the County ,Ii .

L he the former Florence Strlck- "People used, to be content but Jackson training period. humid Florida summer. County canning plant almost cold war," he asserted forcefully The General Is often referredto will"help underwrite the costs. ,I'. ,

daughter of another Brad- now they're all upset and dissatisfied. Businessmen are urged to give' "It's a lot better" one patrolman tripled the April production sup "the shooting war will only bi as the "daddy" of Camp Blan tiuclan Conner Stark Chamber I '
Strtck- members of the Guard in their commented. reported a d' for the United' of Commerce1' executive' ,
County pioneer Abe We used to travel by ervisor V. R. Ferguson coup grace ding since his recommendations secretary
"W&.n't that a crazy thing horse cart and were happy. Now employ leave to take part in this! this week. Only 629 cans were States. It will be the final end were influential In the, selection said the Motorcade would enter I" p

,,'t laid Mr. Hornsby. "with we ase an automobile going 90 training, such leave being give Riding BicyclesOn sealed In April at compared with of a battle won today." of this situ for a National Guard the city 01the new Blandlng i I.'

along that money In Tltus but still we're In a rush-going without prejudice to the Individ. 2,439 last month. Gen..Lowry was Interviewed this.tCnmp whn the Government took road, drive .clown Walnut ,Street e

f'But he had no Inhibitions, nowhere. Everybody's in too biga ual's Job or pay. Mbst larger concerns City Sidewalks The canning plant, located In week In the Camp Blanding officers over old Camp Foster near Jacksonville and park on or near Washington : I ;

\ holding hands with his 74- .hurry" he said. along with, all state and. Against The Law : back of BUS Is open for the use club, where he and his son, as fart .of the Naval Air. 8tr...tw-pn. the way out of the I' r

jdd wife to have a picture "We'd take a ,trip to town. get federal agencies, are enthusiastically of all Bradford< Count la n.. It regularly :Capt. S. L. Lowry, Jr., a law at.uon, * caravan will 'proceed. t t f
supporting 1).p'lan.\ .. :tllak r. ... .- --'..- doWn.!' "fxiipi: 'Ave.: and' Call '
L .'.barret'of.flour, a sack o( beaa,. '; Riding" Mryclm' ei* star1 opens" on Tuesdays .and r "IJ

ight along about that .tIme a. side of salt .bacon and two' or "Let's all get behind the-movement sidewalks I I..* unl.wful.I.yor: 'Thursdays'under. the supervisionof County Tomatoes Big Street-.- d"We've .! 'I I

the 'Big Freeze (the freeze three bolts of cloth. That's all we ," Capt. McClane urged. "am If. C'. Wall laid this week.. 11' Mr, Ferguson and Mrs. Tyler McGriff Chosen been honored by being; ". 'r

wiped out the orange Indus- wanted.. But you marry one of support this plan for your loc wall commenting on.a recent Jones. The plant will open on -- the only north Florida city in !

L north Florida), so I never these young gals today and after Guardsmen. The camp. Is not al accident In which a bicycle rIder other' days If those desiring Its which the officials will atop," J'?'I j''

kick to Titusville," he said. : three days of grinding her own play and no work.; Training will: knrK-keil down a women and use make an appointment. For Boys State Conner said this week. "Tha J ,

i Hiirnsby then did some grits you wouldn't have a wife." be conducted in all phases of Army, two other hnrl n ran ovc her The opening of the plant wn' streets on the route of the caravan :,( Mi ,
? work Including demonstrations of brforc she coo'ulcl arise. ar. generally in good condl. t
leading himself on 26 acre Would he pose for a picture held( three years ago, when: the I I
"but and equipment bj "I'd tile l,. inform the fitther Pat McGrlff, tlon, but we those who own :
of !Starke.! and before It washe "Yep," said Mr., Hornsby. new weapons : County furnished the building and 17-year-old son of urge
and mo.I..-,.. of children Mr. and Mrs G, property on the route to see that I ; I'
had 'raised nine head of ['ve seen a couple of my pictures Regular Army personnel. < the State put up the labor and J. McGriff of "t r.1 1 .
ttlth that rldlrc on Starke, will their premises are clean and neat. !
McyrlPH reprenont Bradford
en, all up and grown. and I don't like 'em. Relatives and friends are urged equipment. The School Board1 i*
knows well other Bradford That's Mr James Hornsby. not to make visits' to camp as Htdoualk* '* unUwfuI" and urK" i a regular contributor to the operating High/ School Bradford County and We need to make a good Imprea !I TiM: : ;

i residents.' Hea Bradford County pioneer, present- there are no facilities at Fort them to warn their rhtldrr-i to. costs of the unit, and the I more specifically, the Starke A. slon on the many guests our city i '
7 longtime deal of respect for lay farmer, front-porch philoso- Jackson and hotels are extremely be careful ->n tue streets*' ;M.ij: Starke City Council made a donation merican Legion Post No. 56, when will have Thursday," he said, !:I {I .
great or Wall stos ted. he leaves Sunday June 20 to ; 1: t i if
A Gardiner whoIr&e pher. and family man. crowded In Columbia, S. C., which to Its constructors participate ii ,1 :
George Is the nearest town. 1 The Mayor pointed out thaiblcycleprdrstrain Current operating expenses are In the annual Boys StateIn Mrs. R. M. Davis, ,!:
accidents can Tallahassee.
Capt. McClane also announcedthat met by a small fee levied on the Former Resident ; : ;.
Wom'e To Battle Monday I can'use eightor cause. great: Imitate and noh-i Florida tloys State Is sponsoredby ;' I
the company that parcnti should train their sale of cans.. Other than the purchase the j.t11
Legion Department Dies Of Burns '
ten enlistments at. the present of cans. the canning serviceIs i i
ch-ldren to IM careful In thestreets
: of Florida to "educate ,
admission charge.
0 of the. "hottest" soft0 ball 23c time.' without charge.Of I our I
t In the City of Starke will Word has leaked from the Inner I youth In duties, privileges rights Mrs. Ruth M. Davis, 26-year-old f r* ", >
In strenuous conflict Mon- sanctum that a practice will be the 2,439 cans sealed In and renponslbllltleit of American daughter of Mr and Mr.. J. A. I' I' I

Ight when a brand new team held tonight (Friday) at 6:30 in Clean-Up MeasuresFor County Commission May, 837 were quarts canned for, cltl3en hlp." McGriff will be one McKelvey of South Church Street ., i

>t ""The Bloomer Girls" meet the ball park. This will be the I City Advanced the school lunch program.. Around of 300 youths from all sections In Stance died last Saturday ,
Grants Funds for I
til-trained nine only practice so the ladles will not 611 No. 2 cans were processed of the State who will live together morning of burns suffered when j j i
(or sprained) .
,( Junior Woman's Club. I I be too stiff and sore for the big By Rotary Speaker Lawtey-Farm Road regular patrons. Of No. 3 cans 0 on Tallahassee's Dale Mabry Air the cook stove In her Alacbua _
689 filled with vegetables -
The house located
e !laliet. are to be wearing game Monday\. night. I W. W. Thurman, sanitarian with and meats and 299: No. 10 field.The horn exploded. ;f fAlachua.
aer,. blue jeans or shorts,I More players are needed for Department Another atfp toward completionof II r DHS senior was chosen by on a farm four miles) from "
Health '
th.. lights go on at 7:30In : both .teams but the lady athletes the the Lawtey-State Farm hal'd-I cans were processed. ,t"1'. the local American Legion post was. completely destroy t ,
at the Rotary
was guest speaker surfaced road made Monday I Of the 629: cans processed In ed.
Bradford ball park. An: so far signed up are: was from a list of certified boys compiled f t! I
l Ia rc and trained nurse will' For the Bloomers: Bess Burns,I Club Wednesday measures, and enumeratedthe as being at a called meeting of the County j April 437 were for the school I You can't beat Bradford Countysoil by the high school faculty. Services were held Tuesday t j ;

1 by, awaiting developments.'I1 Lucille Green, Thelma Jennings following toward better sanitation Commissioners. I lunch program. when It comes to producing I While a member of the weeklongBoys morning at 11 o'clockIn the t, J ;

Jennings will depict< the Dot Epperson Lily Bridges. Dot needed steps this community: I The Commission voted to place 1 Fifty-six patrons utilized the quantity a* well as) quality. : State, which ends on June Alachua Church of Christ with, '

4erJ Iowa champion, while I Johns Ruby Johns Hilda Houston in $1.2$3.116 In the Registry of the facilities of the unit In May. and' Mrs. H. F, Cloversettle lit pictured 26, McGriff anti the other members Rev. Copeland officiating.

Bn'JlI n the Long Horn hurl-1 Elma Lee Hlckey Gladys 1. A general clean-up campaignfor Circuit Court This act gives the 26 of these were new patrons. above holding 3 1-2 pounds of Boys State will elect their, Mrs. Davis was born June 6, ,1r: .:: .

'm Texa Lucille Green for- Mooty. and Eliza Wilt. of Detroit. beautification as well as health I State the "go ahead" signal and' of tomatoes grown on one stem own state county, and municipal 1922.: at McConnel Ala., and re. ,Uf ,:

chimp of the Gainesville For the Junior Women: Lillian reasons. Indicates that the legal City Council Leases by Willis Swindell of Theresita.. officials. from the governor down. tided In Starke where she attended .

t, Is pitcher for the BloomS -1 Stump Freddie Wlmberly Patsy I 2. A program of cleaning out ions are rapidly comPllca-j I At the current market price of They will frame, present, and pass Bradford High School. She '5'i it '

Sllcox Bobble Cameron, Lillian ditches and covering stagnant In the "Order of Taking" Issued Park Lot To Scouts ; : tomatoes Mrs. Cloversettle holds their own laws and ordinances. narried Earl E. Davis In August f r I

S benefit (tame: with the Bishop, Elsie Hazen. Sammy. Kennedy water with oil at regular inter last week by Circuit JudgeA. Ups Impounding FeeThe 75c worth In the palm of her Their own police and sheriffs will 1941. and moved to Alachua. Mr. t f"I

*4t going to the Junior Rec-' and Lou Beyers. I vals.' 'z. Adkins, it was pointed out, I hand. enforce them. They will perform I I Davis' Is engaged In farming* at 'It S ,.

a fund in preparation for Madge WhigRam will be bat and 3. A local milk ordinance. that double the appraised valueof leasing of a City Park plot the functions of judges and attorney lUchua.' I

'ext school year. There Is a I water girl. 4. Better control of private sewage the land Involved In the road's to Boy Scout Troop 70 and the Six Bradford Boys in their own courts. The family surmises that Mrs. ,','

-disposal facilities. I route must be placed in the Registry I: Increasing of the impounding fee' I Legion Post 56 Is paying the Davis intended to fire the kitchen I

and control of the Court within ten days. were the main Items of buslnest Attend FFA MeetSix 123: for Its quota of one. Boy, stove ,at B a. m. Saturday. and
blic Return extermination
Library Fee Boy Scouts 5. A rat i iI The appraised value of the land at Tuesday's meeting of the City State Is non-partl In politics thinking she was using kerosene,
I FFA boys of the I .
program. Council. affiliation and Is not military. she threw tractor fuel Into the
: 1626.78.Funds
of the Involved was
No Morel Scouts dog ,
esl.ary efficiently-operated
Boy left to attend a
Nineteen 6. An I Chapter Tuesday
l Starke Troop 70 returned Saturday I pound as a control of rabies, and for the road have already The Council also agreed to continue .(I five-day FFA convention In the The real goal of Boys State, stov. An explosion followed aflame and 0

will be no more charge from a weeks' stay at Camp the prevention of a health nulsince Men placed In the 1948 State bud- I Its donations to the public J. J. Flnley School In Gainesville, according to the American Legion Mrs. Davis with\ clothing
her husband -
the touance of library cards I jEchoekotee at Orange Lake. (dogs overturning garbage, jet. County Attorney G. L. patt..n library and the Bradford County i Four of them go to receive the Department, Is to make good ran into the yard where
ft for transient\ visitors. I said last week however that Health Unit. citizens.. "Good Boys State citizens found her after> escaping : f
I While away most of the group cans). : Farmers degree the highest from the burning house. Mrs. "
It "jlution and that Starke Is complete with 12 man juryI 80 ft. lot In the City make good American citizens .
was passed In I passed their second class tests Thurman stated a trial A CO x degree offered by the fVA. State Davis died of burns later In the .
Jane 3 meeting of the Starke : all gained weight." Scoutmaster fortunate In having an adequate I I the final step for obtaining a Park located on Pratt Street. was. Association. : and from the Boys State '
*>'s Club which isthe "proi will emerge< a group ol morning ,, t:
"The right-of-way. to the Scout Troop 'graduates
sponsors of the I reported. disposal system leased the '
: T. Shull sewage Among those attending are ,
Ie p. of She .Is survived her husband. '
Public townS will erect a I with an understanding? by
Library. During I 100 percent better than equal or better than any i vidlng the boy scouts elected delegates of the Chapter,
* camp was Men Earl EJ Davis. Alachua: her parents -
&I' years and until June 3.1 before," he commented. size In Florida. He commented Lions Club Beat 8-3 i building thereon." The lease extends Eldrldge Hayes of Brooker and, governmental procedure 1i P ..
ever Mr. J A. McKelvey,
the best dictionary Mr and
will fit
rg"of 13 was made with each' Edward on the unusual prevalence ofiosqultoes all long as the Troop Is in Maurice Edwards, who
and Vernon Crosby.
a&.4& George Winkler and beat active In Scouting.The .' definition of 'politician'; a man Starke: tour brothers Cecil Nash- -'
The fee was not for this summer urged The Williston baseball team existence and 'Starke. Is present as the State!
LifeSaving "
P::101>. but was for the protec- i Shull. Jr.. both received their each property owner to destroy the Starke Lions 8-3 taut Sunday Scouts plan to erect a permanent Association's third< vice-president. skilled in political science. villa Tenn.; Jack Quincy; Franlcand I

Of th-. library ln respect to i merit badges and served breeding places around his own i ihome. I ifUrnoon after a neck-and-n I building on the lot. I N. 0.' Hayes Jr.. Is a candidate .Henry.Sallie Starke Edwards; three and sisters.Mrs) ,'IMrs.
Irbook&:\ fifth Inning also .voted a 12.BO CYFThe
as life guards at Echockotee. icore of 1-1 until the t The Council for president of the State JIHOclaI Christian and Mm.
McGee Starke
Mary ; J
he ,
Oman's Club considers In: that Inning the Wllllston nine fee to be paid by owners claiming tion at the convention.
fe with tour runs and found loose and Impound.I Young People's C. Y. F.meets Martha Lee McGee Mapleville, ,
ahead animals
ar measure". and 1U HonoredLeon Affairs jumped V. R. Feriruson -
National supervisor
Conner Chapter Ala .
UUon Leon the fielduntU For each time I at 7'30.n
provides I left the Lions holding ed by the City. from every Friday! night
transient applicant t'
said that no I
L mr? fa the County shall con- Conner. who operates a I Committee Formed the ninth inning when they the same animal Is( impounded, a Bradford Chapter for the' Stat.Farmers th. f merican Lee 1.m! Hall for Interment was In Forest Grove .
, .
ta Is to be added to the II III Cemetery near High Springs.Singing
pay the J3 will scored twice.Williston $1 penalty had ever been and Refreshments -
charge. R* '- milesj west of Starke. National Affaire degree prayer. Bible Study
I of farm six A Committee on er.on. fee which .U thus a cumulative I
the hits, no previous
had eight that I
communities adjoin-< membership luncheon rejected. Those I will be "Th
at Blbl study
!the! honorary ) formed a 'Formerly a Hat
CMtnty. such .. Keystone receive an Chamber of while the Lions had eight penalty. degree this. week are N. O. Hayes O.I Convention ; j
': tI, Future Farmers Friday and meeting of the fee of $1 was paid for each im- Life of Christ" led by John
State :
KJnra1ey! Lake in the tits, two errors Cecil Davis
and Staten of directors at Jr., Kldridc Hayes I '
occasion will be Commerce board for the Lions. poundment. Child res*. Tommy Cotson will Marcus Conner, president of the
,e.r t required to pay night The Keene pitcher All pf Brooker. and M. L Johns, I f
Gainesville at Avery Inn last Tuesday. out five and gave five The Council agreed to continue b* in charge of entertainment Bradford County Singing Conven- !
truck River
In of New
Jr., I'
banquet committee
an PTA formation of such a $141M monthly ($1700 treasurer. that the regular
?&"Ce It The balls Adams Willistontitcher donating Miss Dorothy Johns tlon. announce.
i Is the purpose and which Dr. 3 MIllie Miner, president U the first step toward *Isa. on tile Bradford County Invited to attend j win be held Sunday. June '
to meeting <
7 Of th'l' I C of struck out 10 and gave a year) Othma L. liaye, Jr., who recently All young people are .
'ge "IdeI'Library sponsors tO of the University of Florida recognition by the National ix bases on ball. Health Clinic and. the continued received the degree of Doctor from the ages of 12 to SO. 27, all day. at Bethel Baptist j

iCiLlarly reading habit, also receive an !honorary member-- c. cba1r- Next Sunday the Lions are support of $23 a month for the of Dental Surgery from Emory 'Com and enjoy yourself with Church east of Stark Also the' }
. among school chil-' Herbert Deal was. elected The fol- public library was also passed. the young people of Bradford ha Invited
11I4 IInce It with How- ilayhig- Coleman there University in Atlanta. I* spendinga Boatdraln Baptist Church
, of is the respoM' ship. nan of the committee. 21. the Lions his mother, County and learn more about .
June her with
of Doyle Sunday, vacation all-day
father )owing all singers to an
Iponsors to 'Is the vtcecbalrD&ft.ThoBe and] children
pl'OYlde Mr Conner Nasworthy Mn. L. H. Jennings
btij0 eU I In Starke Thehome H. will take Christ.
&\\l funds of the committee rill play Coleman Iort'S. O. L. Haynes. June 20 Every j jOtt.
for the on the and Walter of Memphis. meeting Sunday,
opera- past-president serving InBradford Carol Friday
tile Conner [ are at 3 p. m. the State Dental Board on Children's hour every
Mc- games
k library the Conner. Matthews T. K. the houseguests of Mr. .U Invited to both meetings. S s
I car" to sponsors Florida FFA. and Lucian ire E L Car- Park, and the public Uivlted. I Term. are 28. afternoon at 3:30 P. M. *
discourageany Peek. Al Kay Lex Ore n.
mbie secretary of the Starke I 3ane. Jimmy and Mrs.
oi Person or child from executive : lale. and W. H. NoUman. j

I eoka" by charging a fe Chamber of Commerce. i

.tat s the resolution.



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,. 4-H acres beyond Heilbronn.
Three From Mr*. Frances Wilkinson to

'::;:; :; Bradford County Telegraph Dull Day Brooker Awarded U ofF TripS MM Josephine Mondus of Klilne- ATI4ER-ikiw

lander, Wls. .one acre on Oliver
ESTABLISHED 1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OwNCKj-EDITOM By Helen Barry Three Bradford County 4-H Club
,\ and Entered a. Second 'e boys enjoyed a short course at the Lake. II HAV' HI* UP* AMP POWNf....
.'::4t' j, Mt he4 Every FridayMatter University of Florida last week as Ill r i5i!
: Class at the PontMEMBER Office at Starke, Bea.l By II. O. Davis iUKTtlD DINNERE. a 'reward for outstanding work CARD OF TIIANKS I h-- fl 1i ,

l t.. T. Stewart was honored carried on for at least two years. We acknowledge with grateful q+ > -) 1N A"NIEN7

1948 guest! Sunday, June 13. at a dinner Only members 14 years of age and hearts the expressions of love and 4AUIA >
You know, we don't have far to I celebrating: his 69th birthday eligible. kindness shown by our friends In c) a FATHER WAS fi fiSittm l
older were
!Ii to find striking things. I've anniversary by Mrs) Paul Wilbur ANSUPeeue I I
Annually 1.10 For Six: Month look given Hamilton of Brooker won the loss of our dear one, IT WAS A t
I IhdIooerlption $3 been unable to forget the some- Stewart. Those enjoying the occasion James McCallw (Signed) Mrs. SelmaF. 014uAreO I

'r, J \hat aged man with such blue were Mr. and Mrs. B. H. the trip on the basis of his purebred and- Brunson, Mrs. Mary McCall, 1 J-i\.\ 4mA- H AMY IN Hl bull :
jw( l LET US SPRAY! really deep b'ueoves who sauntered Hardin. Mr. and Mrs R. W. Mills, << Brahma McClellan and project Raymond Mr*. Herbert Smith Mrs. Bob TOAP9Aq g

1\\ In the Telegraph office the Mr. and Mrs Robert Monette Mr. Booble Edwards Mrs. James Beers, :Mrs PU3LKIV
:' '\ One proposal that the County Commissioners will noon I ether' day and wanted to buy fish and: Mrs. O, G. Lewis and daughter Redding, both of Lawtey, were awarded Amos Howard, Charles S. McCall. MI6 PAecB t
('\'i consider 10 one offering' a service by the State Board of nooks That wall amusing, but Rex Hardin of Jacksonville for sweet corn projectsAnother'Lawtey 13 miih'iTowABmy I

\ "I Health and the U. S. Public Health Service And it concerns tint so funny In buiv moment Itr.. II Mr. and Mrs. Grady Baxter of boy winners Cecil Craw-but \OIKI: OK'rDKI.IJ APPI.ICITIONFOR : I

;:l something that is especially prevalent right now mos- the passing travelers who mistake Baldwin.. Mr. and Mrs II. B. Ing ford, was among the llniiav Illll >,,,. 1MUNOTICK : J/AP WA* READ MAN AMONS TUB '
;. ., the Telegraph for Western Union. ram. Jr.,. Mrs. Annie Lewis and was unable to go because of 111nesa. 1 II HKUUItY O1VEV.:: that ATHCNIAN4.T00. WHEN A SON WAS
\V K: Grim' the holder of Ihe follow OLD EMOUG HI4 FATHER ndjf
quitoes.The two health services are concerned over the incidence Maybe we ought to since fish Paul Stewart. ln" rfrtiripmea had filed 1 naldrertlfKatP SELEITtD Ml%< WIFE FDH WIM--W\Tl+ fAPfly? Yr ,tl
: a{ in the !Soot hland. They hookM and 61' nd telegram During the week beginning for a tax" deed to bn NO Question AWE p-+. < NA, ,Ael p. ,
1 of malaria which is very high pro- Issued! there. on. The rertlfieatenumber.
It. A. AND O. A. )nETINGThe : 7 and ending the D OT IKl THE ,
June ,
a house which desires' the service, in the Ever: streager than flf>h h 5k<, ': Monday. and yearn of Issuance thede.crlptlon 4UOANNfPllA
!k(;c';; pose to spray every forms invisible and. more pathetic: ,. was the incident regular meetln gut the R. following Saturday, the bvvs slept I of the property and 1 thename Illi I A .D A D r
; County with a residual spray of DDT. The spray A. and Q. A. was held at the home dormitories ate In. which It was assessed areas t A y ; (OME40UT
and for about a quite a while buck when a In the toll,'...: ailI'j B Tt 114 r" '
the walls of the home, of Mr. and Mrs Andrews / 4
\ crystals on boisterous mother stomped In with I In the cafeteria and II.ttendeacla Certificate No. 63 Year of I>- i 19V X IY Ale 51 N6 fit
f mosquitoes( and other insects that try I Tuesday night. All members and and uanca 1946 \ ypll
they liquidate In forestry, agronomy SOMICWENA
1A, ; :pear about a nine-year-old girl. UoBcrlptlon nf Property: f
":- raiding the family bulwark. woman wanted to place a c'.assl-' other young people are Invited to other related subjects. Expensesof A strip 100 feet wide across S VIII iii i ? mi
) furnish all chemicals, equipment, attend the next meeting which will 'the end of W>" of NEV of NKV h: of %l STO
boards : week were
P, The health /1f'1'i ad (one Important to her, the road. flection 20, Township 6 1
:" trucKs, and supervision:! for this program, and they figure and upon dumping the cont.ent.iot be held Tuesday night in the Bap Board of County! Commissioner South Range 82 Bait, Containing I ,JHf A MREMT V 6 !
tint Church. These 1 Acre more or lea*.
:i'J that this service is worth five dollars per house. They ask her purse on my (and obviously young peopleare While at the University, Hamilton Name In which assessed: LlntlaeyUrlffl .6 PAPATOLOOK YS
1 J the counties to furnish only the labor, which is just one dollar everyone elses') desk, she discovered currently studying their step won a position on the Junior ). i AFtTO TWI KID9uTS I'' y / {
f. 1 work. All uf "Bill property being In the
r'f 1 per> house sprayed. Since it is estimated that Bradford she :lacked one ni>:k'o' of Honor Squad. County of Bradford, State of Florida. 'I ;y' J JAND IN DAST5 OF INDIA A FA
''. has 2500 houses, then $2,500 is the sum needed to remove !laving the price. HOMER ANDREW OUNEY County Agent T. K. McClone accompanied L'nlemi* shall ouch be cerllnrate redeemed according or certificate \ Eves JtINS WOS6C SILLS, IF HIM ME a GETS+TO W'TO DigWr

I11\ this health menace from the County. "My husba.vi's" in the pen," Mr. and Mrs. Everette Gainey the winners to law the property described In u.vMy10PyS
4 such certificate or certificate will
a'. ';1 r Last year, the Commission rejected the offer because she! says to r>e In a Call-Ptrert- are announcing1" the birth of a son, b* oM, to the highest bidder at the
Waif already prepared. And the County', can's long voice. "And I can't pay any named Homer Andrew, on Sun- Disabled Veteran court house door on the first Monday -,
the budget In month which
> take advantage of the offer because we're still in that mo'e cause that's all I have" day, June 13 In the Alachua Is the 5th yor..I'n/:8.': ::: b
I. yet New Owner Of StoreJames Fated i thin 3rd ,
of June 1949
County Hospital In Gainesville. day
:,J' bud pp*, year. It ends July 1. I knew dam well I'd take the I I (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas,: UT lUAMtRICA,
will once a aln come ad under the circumstances; ) If.w- : Mother and son are doing fine. I Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford tAO BATES NIGH
the spraying
So soon program I VV. Goodwin. 28, a disabled -,
r t: ; County, Florida. 6-4 4t 6-25
: before the Commission for consideration. There is the pri- ever she did ii' wait for any yea Mr. and Mrs. Tom Markee were, war veteran formerly of TAMtW.,.,.., ANTS J m S'tETATHLAaPAY
of or nay' annwp. but grabbing the In Tampa on business Friday. !:' CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORDroriv. T1 f' r
-. to take advantage a ser- and
$2,500 Ala. Is the owner
mary factor of providing Elba new rLOHiDAi IN ell Alii.CrRY. G CRBSTIV< HZ GETS
,,' { vice of which other counties are already availing themselves. embarrassed and subdued little girl Miss Madeline Green of Jacksonville *I operator of a fruit and vegetablestore ON JUNE vftLttn.1 _
by the arm she pranced out of Janice E. Prince Plaintiff vs. Lou.IB
is not major in was visiting parents, located on the corner of
malaria a menace
time ,
:\i?, At the present the office leaving Prince, Defendant. Case. No 1HATi .
me In a sunevhat Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green over
there Is always the possibility that it Tenth and Church Streets. Mr. 6815
,. Bradford Cour.ty pensive mood. ORDER: OF PTTETjrATION/ P 00J a
the weekend.
,' Bright develop into one especially with the increase of mosnitnes Goodwin assumed the business, AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
this If the The Telegraph absorbed" the E. W. Hodges. Jr., Miss Velelta which he has named Veterans STATE OF FLORIDA to: Louise
Y that has been experienced here summer. Prince whose residence Is R.F.D.
? : nlckle loss. I only work here.
; Commissioners have swatted as many mosquitoes Hodges and Doris Hodges, all of Fruit Stand, last week. /No 3. Abbeville. S. C.

"'"' f \ County of have in recent weeks, they're going to give But newspaper work hi* Its Jacksonville were visiting their The Alabama veteran was a vocational July You 5, are 1948. ':.lrge: to above appear named on
M the rest us mere rewarding moments, and I
14 Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
teacher for veterans tak- Court and wherein
Lt ,s this project some mighty serious consideration when it comes found such' a moment when I paida Hodges, over the weekend. ing (.n the job training before seeks. divorce.cause Bradford plaintiff County R. B. Alvarez & S
U' before them again. vhlt recently ,to the JaienTornsby Telegraph'u.rh publish this Order <
"J --- ---_ I Air. and Mrs. Harry Sapp and coming to Starl'i: on vacation. He In next weekly InsuenWltneis '
place located the old ,
on family of Jacksonville were visiting noted the bm'ncss! opportunltlmIn my hand and official seal
Ft. So. of the NW Cor. of the, KIngaley road (just this aide of : at Starke, Florida, this June 3,
Deeds Mrs. Nora Sapp Sunday and Starke and decided to remain. 194.
Many County I NW 1-" of the NW 1-4 of Sect. '1'1" seconl bridge) I was out Monday. (OFFICIAL SEAA. :J. Thomas Transfer & Storage Co]
Recorded Recently there "In tho line of duty" late Mr Goodwin, who served In the Aa Clerk of aald Court
.28, Twp 6 S, rang 22 E and running f.ne afternoon and caught Mrs DeWitt Padgett Is visiting his European theatre daring the war Evan! ., T.Jacksonville,Evans, Law Fla. ExchangeBldg.

I Among the deeds recenUy reencdad thence So. 210 ft., thence E Hornsby priming the suction pump relatives here for a few days. intends to Improve the Interiorof Atty. fortPlf. 8-4 4t (.26 AGENT FOR DELCHER BROS. I

p In the court house were: 742 ft. thence N 210 ft., W 714 In her front yard. I had to make Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazen tho store.!! 1(9 and his wife ,

Ind t Malvlna Abraham. Elizabeth 'aft to Pt. of-Beg. .A containing 3 another trip the next morning were visiting! Mrs. M. Hazen and will continue to reside in Starke. ATHLETES FOOT GERM Moving and. Phone 9105

A Mash and O. W. Nash, Hattie 1-2 acres. Also fractional lot or and Mrs. Hornaby was again prim- Mr. :/. C. Cone Saturday.Mrs. HOW TO HILL IT.

4 Strong and David Strong (all Blk A of Peeks addition to Ing the pump. I was anhamed to Addle Hardy and Mr. and .Mrs. John W. Bell IN ONE HOUR t We Operate Local and Lost ]

heirs at law of Henry Abraham, Starke. Adjoining the J. C. Man- ask. but T Just know she rested Mrs. Bill Bryant of Gainesville I Dies In Georgia Amk IT NOT druggist PLEASED.:for TOUT"this Ma STRONG b.ckanlr tance. Also Hauling Anywh
1' E. Reddish Law- sometime during the night! aide. Mad.
deceased to B. with BO percent
ning Place on the West. But were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B. I alcohol It PENETRATES.: Roach- Starke City Limits.
try Lots 55. 56, 07, 58. 59 In the 74-year-old Mlssua and Mrs M and kill .MORE f..
Everett Varnes of Bradford Hardy Sunday. I John W. Bell. 81. motherof gunuu Mr. Today
sat do-vn on the ed"ot, of her ..
d Beet. 15, Twp 5 So. range 22 E.
i County to Curtis Orlffin of Law- porch for a chat. Things were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy were John Bell of Starke died June SEE US FIRST -
Also NW 1.4 W 1-2 of NE 1-4
tey, S 12 of lot 28 and all of aorta quiet and she was In Jacksonville Monday on busi 8 at Newnan Ga., as the. result!) of KOCH DRUG STORE
'of the NW 1-4 tellingme
t of Sect. 22, Twp.
lots 29 .& 30 in Woodlawn. Sect. she "traveled I a heart attaclc. ............ .... .. _... ... .
5 So. range 22 E containing 110r4ry' quite a bit" and NIIIIu'''''' *' "iii"iuii' "I'll''"'iINlIllUIlIUulIiiI1lIIIHIIIIIIIIlIIIIllhItIIIIIAny '''''' ''' '''''' '''''''''' ; '' 'n'BI'''m HI"'ma in uiiiwmumimii'! '''HWI' ''''uimumuuMiuumiiii' ''''' '' ''''uuaiiiuiiiumuiiuin'' ''' '' '''' '"iiiuiifiiimmiiiuii' '"umiHtmnuin' "'mi"tu nit"iiiirmitiimniiiii-'
10. Twp. :5 S, range 22 E containing recounted her nessMr Mrs. Bell has visited<< her youngest -
acres (West of Lawtey). rtps to Green Cove and Mrs. Douglas Hardy
ly J. K. Douglas and wife Iva M. 25 acres and Jacksonville! where some of.H.'r of Hampton were guests of Mr. son, John who Is In tho clothIng Type Moving & Hauling .

Douglas, Bradford children live, while I scratchel and Mrs. J. G. Hardy Wednesday bmlnpus he.e. several times.

1''. S. Hayes and Ina County B Hayes to ,M.of 19 BHS Teacher the back of her pet cat Mrs. Victor Jones and son, Bobbie !She' has rr.at'many' friends in I

,y, [?afneaVife, the SW 1.4 of NE 1-4 Attend UniversitiesNineteen She had a ,mite of a puppy that ,have returned from Dundee Starke.The deceased was a member of I Let Your Moving Worries Be Our Troubles.
J and NW 1NE. of SW 1.4, was setting up nulta a yowl In a where they were visiting friends
Baptist Church and was ac-
Sect. 2. Twp. T So., Range 19 E. Bradford High Schoolteachers nearby pen. and relatives. tive In Newnan civic clubs. She FOR PROMPT, COURTEOUS SERVICE CBilly
t' I Containing 120 acres more or trekked to the two State "I got him tu replace my pet Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott and
of Wom-
Jock was past president
I'm just
grain him
; teal/. Universities this week to work family areataytn& at KIngsley
on an's Club a member of the'OE3,
King L Thomas Bradford their various wmned she explained. II. seems Lake for several weeks.
Court degrees The teachers and Jackson & Hai
worked for the Better Health Moving
hat Jack
9 to to C. B. Bennett..Mlaml., West are on professional leave from ; hail keen a stro" puppy Mr. and Mrs.. J. K.. Douglaswere '
( Chow Club cf Atlanta for the past :SOyeara. : .,
part ) that
4 1-2 acres of NR 1-2 Qtr. of the the "Post-School Planning" per : up visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. _
4 t NW 1-4 of the NW 1-4 of Sect 26 iod now being held at BHS. one night a<< ,1 then grew to the Buling of Dukes Monday.
+ Twp.. So. Range 22 E and COn. Those on professional >I liie. He sync a (treat deal of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Douglaswere The body mi Interred In the. I Phone 165 I STARKE FLA. I Phone 49-W
leave Pell In Newnan.
are: comfort to Mrs. family cemetery: .
talnlna 4 1.2 acres. Hornsby, who Sunday guests of Mrs. Doug.lall' ... .
Edna Prevatt Mudge Mlddleton says she's left alone In the house .IIIUtIU'.r.''' =I u.!!Nl''.!!cI'"I'' ''''I''u'!!:Ill inuunn!!Wn!!!''l l''"umonminlmnm''' '''''''' '>I ntnimnmttn!!!!' !!!!!!iiimiiiniiimiirffliiiiiiniiiHiiHmiifimmitiitiiimHmMurimmii"" "' '' '''' ''' '' '' ''' ''''' ,, I,n, l' I1"I I ,yNWI_ .
IL A. Manasan, Starke .
to Lola Helen Malone Evalvn parents, Mr. and Mr. Clarence -
Q Hasan of Cooper, quite a bit. But one day Jack' Land Transfers
; Starke. lots 7 A. 8 Louise Rauleraon Ethel Strickland of LaCronse.
of BIk 2 Biggs, came home with a stomach full of
f Sunny Acres Sub Justine' Pellum. Edna Miss Marlene Edwards of
DIv. In W 1-2 Hart Ethel poison, and he died right on the Recent real estate transfers as
of SR 1.4 of SB Sewell Kite I : Shepherd Eva Tampa la spending a few days
1-4 SW 1-2 of NE 1.4 of SE Anderson front door stoop. So the little here with relatives reported by the E. A. Strout

I 1-4 of Sect 21, Twp 6 S, Range Lou Smith Ruby, 'Alec Mae Purcell Perkins Ida puppy now has a place to fill In Mr. and Mrs. Bot Phillips have I Agency are:
23 K. Della a home and a heart."I From C. B. Hiatt to James A.
Ronenberg. Lou Bey"ra, Dorcas moved to Gainesville where they Collins of Savannah\ Ga., 30 acre. HAVE A
Della don't know COCA-COLA
why would
Manning, Starke to James Carver, Maoma Hill, and anyone will make their home for awhile.
Loyell on Road 20O between Stance and
N. Walker Starke, commencing 10 Bryan. poison an animal like that remarked Mr. and Mra Edgar Wilkinson I

I Mrs. Horn"t>y.. "But I of Starke,' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sim- Lawtey.
don't From J.or Johnson to Bernard
worry about It too much. mons and Mr. and Mrs. Hershall
J. Jacobson of Peeksvllln, N. Y. 7
And then turning to face me. ,
Layfleld of Gainesville visit
she said "Bad deeds, like gcod ing Mr. and Mrs. N. Mott were Satur. aces back of Newxomc's, Dairy.
; THE FACT IS I 8V6eNeR //C ones always come back to. the From Rocco Rinlcella to J. R. PLAY REFRESHED
one that did them.". day.Mr. Faulkner of Miami a 60 acre
and Mrs. J R. Mott were ,
: -.s' UA J -' And when I cranked up the old visiting Mrs. Mott's mother, Mra '' farm west of Brooker
:: Ford to leave, I was thinking that Ferryman Sunday. I From E. C. Johns to G. B. Car
ter of Pennington Gap Va., 40
she said a mouthful of truth!
Those attending the piano recital -
' I
::1 presented by Mrs. Longyrar few days here with Mr. and Mrs
A tow-headed young lad .with,a In Alachua Thursday night of last I E. C. Long. .

. 11t t Broken front tooth was busying week were Betty Long, Helen i Mr. and !Mrs. O. B. Colson at- ,

, '"' himself around a local businessnot Barry, Annette Green Shirley :tended the recent birthday din-

r'r'9' \ ,' too long ago when I approached Parker, Marjorie Health. Mrs.I ner in Starke. t!
and struck up a conver- Longyear awarded to Mr. I /K
: gifts some Harry Edward of Gainesville -
w.* sation. He didn't look the 17 of the students. : was visiting his parents. Mr. '
".i i. years he said he was but he wasa William Fowler left Sunday for and Mrs. Vernon Edwards Satur-
r t very eager gent and answered 4-H Camp.

questions with a "Sir" that sent Mrs. E. C. Long returned to day.Mr.. and Mrs Smitty Smith of

the: ego soaring to new heights Georgia with Mr. and Mrs. Rob Maryland are /guests) of Mrs.

} .. Out of all the people In Bradford Long after the latter spent a Smith's father. W o. Rimes. .
County I guess this fellow was
al r I. ._._.-.--.-.---.---______._.___..__ r
iIt., Cone of the friendliest. And that ----- --- -

',boy was an optimist if I ever saw

,\.If' \14 ALIGHTING DAVVJONES' one. His face shone with goodwill : -1''
f' : and his eye darted hither end .

. LOCKER von In a lively manner and he NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERSBecause
NSW LAMP BULB lumped around with vibrant body.


..j 11 EXPERTS WILL WITHSTAND PRESSURES MODERN "My asked' Mother him (about notice school.he) didn'tsay

.PEEP-SE PMN&IT STAYS LIGHTED 7OOFEETt>OwH! Ma) died eight years ago," Of The Continued In-

he said with eyes downcast "andI

, [ never got beyond the fourth crease In The Cost of NewsprintAnd

grade because I had to get outland '
PRIVATE ROOM I go to work. There was six of Other Items Used In The R r / d

'us kids" so we were sorts farmed

.l', FOR BUTTER / out to the neighbors." Production Of A Newspaper We N : /

4r SPECIAL COMPARTMENT He saw that WAS. disappointed A+, y yS
' ; and embarrassed and not
' c;
Find It Necessary To Increase
wanting to leave things In such a Ij4

'' / KEEPS sad state, he added proudly:
4 Our Subscription Rates Effective
.I "Little Sis she was small
I when Mom died was placed
,L ;< TOO HARD"ANOTHEROF / good. and she's doing fine now" July 1, At Follows: ,. ,

y ,.' THOUGHTFUL So having ended the set-to witha ; E I ,

)/ II happy note I blithely went my
, /1 .'
EXTRAS IN G-e PRODUCTS. "troublesome" way. But I have

. \ not forgotten my tnw-headed and 1 Year 2.50

snaggled'tooth friend.
: ; I:' ZO-VEflR And I think to myself' "Isn't It

t a shame that we measure success 6 Months 1.50 3 Months 75c

: eI I I by education and social standing
i 1 VETERANS and church affiliation af1 wealth?

Isn't It a shame that a smile, or a <
I G-E PUMP MOTORS ON sweet thought for others,' won't All Subscribers May Have The PrivilegeOf G 11
: t hake man's fortune T"
'. it (al T'' But like' .said before we can Renewing At The Old Rate Of $2Per

: / FARM j find a little bit of everything on Year Any Time Before July 1st.
&fUE# GIVEN 20 YEARS this little plot we call Bradford


... a GIVES Bradford .
County TelegraphStarke

You can put your cotrfttftncsi it iii Malarial. J

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of sweet delight. I ture. Ted Is,Just 27 years old.I pudding, and slice a banana on e e e e a e . e Building Permits '

Filled with scent of rose* and have been cleaning the mor top and eat with cream. When Pine I
LevelBy GrahamBy '
lay with the blrdllngs' songs. tuary. I washed 18 pairs of cur varnishing steps or floors go over Lawtey The following building permits .

Oh, for days of the worn places' first with varnish issued by the Cltjr. '
summer were
Mohryonca my taint It took me two days. I Mra. II. M. McRae Br I- H. had Mrs John McKlnnejr 1 I
gorges' let dry and then!' varnish whole ,
Lura Nebr.: heart ever longs. really enjoyed fixing things nice. area. 'For cleaning the top of . of Starke. i w

.1.1D Yes the grand summertime is I cleaned the rugs until they your kitchen stove use a blackboard The Rev. and M.... W. E. Hall BIBLE SCHOOL CLOSER\ Mr. and Mrs. H. Calhoun andchlMl't'n Dewey Warren, May 17th. VSJKKk" '

the summer here. The above song I have, look like new. They are a green eraser' It Is more satisfactory spent the first of last week In |I The Vacation Bible School conducted of Miami were visitingMr. residence in Plnehurst Sub.

I enjoy mortuary, aDeiIIOhlirr known and enjoyed since small' velvet. I like to work. I made' than a cloth and keeps Jacksonville Beach as guests of by the Baptist Church : and Mrs. Edd Parriah last } John Gunter $900: office Bldgp.; Iii

tlftlO the MM" a myself a chambray >dress. A pink the hands clean. Dip the large their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. !I dOled Friday night of last week weekend' |. on Hlway 200, Su City limit.
of days at child. I Just wanted you ell to affair with end of a cork In water then In and Mrs. William Guy Hall and t
a full long skirt 1 I I with appropriate exercises, and Jewett Fogg of Starke wasvisiting ]May :29th.* '
Jd, Ala' read It. I wish it was possible to will Just flounce about. Can't you scouring' powder, use on your family, and with their son-in-law certificates) were awarded to those : friends and relatives here K.: F. Creen, )5'O fruit wand i

among the clover bios- teach you tne tune and I could spe meT My son and family are kettle bottoms without soiling\ and daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. C. completing the course. The school Sunday' on Ralford Road, NW City I.Imisae ti I It

the morntng lead the driving out to nee me. I am so your hands so badly. Murrhee and lon, in Milliard. I was held In the Church. At the Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hines and June 2nd., 1. I
bloWI singing. What
we would make. a gloriouschorus .,. happy I can hardly wait to see Here are my breaded pork They were accompanied' home by clone of the program refreshmentsof I children of Longwood were dinner \.ji' I
te. them. I have not seen them for chops. I always select chops that their granddaughter Miss Virginia Ice cream and cake were served guests!' of Mr. and Mrs. P, O i .*
blue- I love to sing. I had a
.iiver-throated: pleasant two I there Salt to taste ,Ann Hall, who is spending a to the children and
the years. stopped on my have plenty' of lean. their Starling Sunday. 1.SERVICE 1.
the trMB surprise this week. A salesmanfor frienda'i ,\.. "
In while with them. EXPERT
,' an Omaha furniture way to Nebraska In May 1946, I beat an egg well. Dip in pork I(Miss Ruby Centerftl. dlr> Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas of
\\asj bee> a-humming company It will be a then in Mrs. H. H. Lewis, Mrs. W. the
the, that sells husband furnitureI happy meeting and chops in the egg and my I C.I school departed Saturday to Hampton and Catherine Starlingof
tring honey sweet. find was a cadet at Maxwell see my grandchildren.I bread crumbs I have previously Conner and daughter, Yvonne, and' other fields of work. Graham were visiting Mr. .. '. 1.1

days of summer, Field, Alabama when I was there have Just five chickens now. prepared. Fry in hot fat rather Mrs. Margaret Conner were' visit lira. Mae Wells left Sunday to Thomas' father Bill Thomas In : .X.
R M4 pure and bright. ,during the war. He says he can: One died. They are all about feathered slowly, turn and brown both sides. ing Jackaon Mrs. in Lewis'Jacksonville sister Mra.Wednesday A. J.. attend the convention of Foatmas the Lake City hospital last Sun- ,, rt
out We like them with catsup. tees in Orlando
the sunshine, full remember my face for the WACs and I do belive they of last week. this week. day.Mr. t
with were few. 'II'* name is Ted R. are all rooster If one was a The last verse of my summer Little Miss Patsy Ann Plummer, and Mrs. Dugger Jones of .t

TE Ring Jr. and he was a glider pilot pullet I was going to keep her., song goes like this: :Miss Betty Jo Starling of Starke returned to her home here Sunday Sampson were visiting Mr. and \ ,

REAL being over In Europe many I have many letters from Clay bells spent last week with her grandmother after spending two weeks with her Mrs. Edd Parrish Thursday afterI I '
hills the sheep
for ale months. A grand young man. Hill. They had a good rain there.School ,. O're the Mrs. Alma Starling. grandmother, Mrs, John Cone, in I noon. t

property hate sold many We used, to be so proud of our Is out and most of the tinkle, Miss J. Crosby returned home Brooker. 'I :Mrs. Lizzie Hines and granddaughter L !,

I _Jt bare cadets. They were the cream of children passed. At Baldwin Betty Hear the shepherdsLike last week after a two weeks' visit' Mrs. O. W. Roberts, Mrs Catherine Geraldine Starling, left I! l'rJ'
property our Perfect Carter, Los Osteen and a strain of far off music, In Jacksonville with her cousin Teare f
baJe" A young men. In mind Edwin and Mrs. L. H. Futch Sunday for a two weeks' visit i 4
ptOIIIf'Ctive '
Is JUAl'aDtHcL A and body. They were the most Knight graduated. They all went Hear yon waterfall. Miss A. Hall. were business visitors to Gainesville with her' son and daughter-in-law, ,.i' ,

deal low \\II all that I re |beautiful sight on the field In par- to school to me In Junior High. Ah there comes an end to summers Mr. Rogers and eon, Lloyd, of Monday.The Mr. and Mrs Bill Hines, In Lungs I Chan. C. } yt!.

A a member of the ade. I loved them all. They were The Baldwin School burned Awing Lake, were visiting J. E. Rev. C. B. North left Tuesday wood. '
Board you mal beth so young. Ted is married and has down one night I do not know Roses fade away. In each life Starling Wednesday of last week. for his new pastorate at Rus- J. D McKlnney spent the weekend ShepherdAt'Gay's .

\\ t I wW represent two girls. God bless them all. As where they held the graduation.The there cornea an Autum Warren Starling, dredge boat kin. He was pastor of the Lawtey with his aunt Mrs. Will Mel- Service Station + t t
long as we have such grand folks are out the In St. Johns ti
Ute best of my blllty.WUXWRIGHT. young hoeing employee working the Methodist Church for the past two ton. In Waldo. .
: JB. men we need never fear that our corn, and busy picking blackberries With its skies of grey. River, of Jacksonville, is spending Earl Starling:: of Gainesville was : .

-:- Phone 154 country will go to the dogs. They and all kinds of wild fruit. Don't forget my recipe for getting a few days here with his parents, I..years.Miss Grace Markee of High the dinner guest of his mother, "
clan well handle things In the fug Clifton Carter has an automobile I old and having fun doing Mr. and Mrs J. E. Starling Springs wa visiting friends in Mrs. Kate Starling. Sunday.Mr. .

It Is a Ford. He is a big, hand : so Yes. One demands respect. It Mrs. Robert Myrick and daughter Lawtry Monday' and Mrs Harley\ Starlingof 1! ; 1't

I some, blonde boy; good, too. I is fun not to have to work so Kathie and Mrs. H. M. Mc- Miss Ada Edwards la Miami have been visiting/ '. \ i,

[STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESA liked to teach him. Shirley Mosley hard, no one expects it. I just Rae were visiting Mrs. John Clews relatives in Jacksonville visiting this friends and relatives here for tho ,f 't I Irt I

keeps all the letters she has from take my good sweet time about In Lake Butler Thursday afternoon week. past week Their son Marcus, !
Complete Line of Builders Supplies me. She has 24 now. She will I have so many happy of last week. returned' home with them as his

f3 .\cross From S.A.U Depot DrlUery Service ,be in the fifth grade next year. things.things to think about. Oh, I havea The children of Mr. and Mra. Mrs Harold Yarbrouxh of Lake school Is out .t ,

,She says, Ella Mae Cteteen. Lor- new sheer black dress, and A. J. Fender are recovering froman Butler visited hue Monday. I
l. .
,ene Padgett, J. D. Padgett, and bird has comeback epidemic of measles. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards of KFAIVAL MEETING
white gloves My I"
i.in-Williams Paints rbanks-Morse Sammie Starling all passed. I the little wren. This Mr. and Mra A.. F. Hall and Deland were guests of their uncle There will be a revival meetingat I

Pilot lour. House I Home Water Systems I,gave Shirley a hand-crocheted' rugI I I again, I have enjoyed children and Mr. and Mra J. R. and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Dan the Christian\ Church starting :;!r ,i I

..I pay by The Month Terms If Desired! ; i made when there at school him.Is the Oh third, life spring is good. Lets sing Denmark and children, all of Jacksonville Harley, last weekend. Monday each night.night during Services the will weekand 'beheld { ,, t

The children used to like to sit were visiting and finn The / }
Oh, the days of summer- Whoopee Rev. and Mrs Ballard Wilson Is Invited to at :. t .
everybody ,
:3IETAL\ & COMPOSITION ROOFING ,on It by the stove. She said she God bless you all. Love LURAHampton ing in this section Friday of last arrived in Lawtey last Thurs Ii.. I

I Butt *.phalt Shingles (Given Blue) Building Hard: ,washed her rug the other day. week. Mr. Denmark caught a 7 day. The Rev. Wilson is the new 't I l' '

l_ Hardware Cloth'- Common mad Finish Nails Asbestos I! dyed the rags for the rug and ... 1-2-pound trout. pastor of the Lawtey Methodist f + '
made it from new sacks torn intripe. Pfc Neal Crosby returned to Church. tendCARPENTER'S :.

Siding Cement Mortar Mix It wed very pretty. I hear Panama City recently after spending C. A. McSwain and James Warn LET, US CHECK 'i : h f: 1;

Clarence Moaley and Jonell Pad- a few days here with home
wright were business visitors to I I to I II It

USER All Grades | MOLDING All Kinds gett people.are. If married.it is true.Two I dear wish young them By. M.... M.. C.. Sweeney. folks.Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick and Fort Fordhook Pierce this beans week are still movIng YOUR FIREINSURANCE I .'I' ,,:{ \\t 1

joy. I am sending the Telegraphto MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER daughter, Kathie, Mrs. B. M. My- to market over the Lawtey 1ft I
Ilia Mae said to rick and Mrs. H. M. McRae NOW ; \
: ,Dan Johns were but in smaller ;
platform : 1
Mrs George f'
BONZE SCREEN WINDOWS & DOORS send it In his name. Ilia Mae Mrs Lynn Hall and visiting Mrs. Lillian McRae and than last week ; j I

spent( the day with Loene Padgettand Williams entertained with a mill. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johnson In Mrs. Wendell Khoden and son ,. ) i .f ,,
Monday I '
had a nice time. She says she cellaneous at the shower home on of the former Gainesville Sunday afternoon. David, of Oakland, Cat? are visitIng (:::: :. .;, ;' I :i::
.AJrwt4.w.a/ knows how to cook. I hope she afternoon Elmer Lewisof Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae and Mr. Rhodens sister, Mrs. 11.C. r f t .j
tries some of my recipes, I have honoring Mrs. son, Harleyi were dinner guests Wainwright. i. (' .
other of FlorIda Starke. of Mr. and Mra. T. N. Norman at : I I.I !
letters from parts Little Miss Judy Wainwright ,Yi t t
Rom where I sit ... S' Joe Marsh, stating they get so much good In the clothespin contest. Mrs.. Hellbronn Springs Sunday of Jacksonville, in spending sometime ::1 P I !

from my column. Blesa you dear J. G. Adkins and Mrs Raleigh Mr. and Mrs. W C. Conner and with her grandparents, Mr. Charley E. John :; I f J

hearts it is sweet of you to write Brannen were awarded prizes. daughter, Yvonne, were visiting and ]Mrs. T, L. Walnwright.Arthritis ; ,;rl{ :i ,
and tell me. Mrs. Fowler of Hawthorne The hostesses served a punch Mr. and Mrs.' Stanley in Starke Agency :. i/ > ':! t: 't t

has been canning peas to the forty guests pres Sunday afternoon. 1

% ft How to Live Longer and has such pretty flowers Has ent.course Those from out of town We were happy to. have visitors PRESCRIPTION ..bos* IS STABKB, FLA.ftosmemtln ,: '. i; I; i iI

( carnations: zinnias marigolds, and I were Mrs. Hal C. Sessions of at our Pine Level Church services Pain PHARMACISTPhone :I .

petunias. She is a happy person Austin, Minn., Mrs. E. M. Prevatt, Sunday morning and evening.' : I r i e f
Fur and enjoys life.HELPFUL Starke, and Mrs Fred S. Dodd There were three members' bap- .01,.. Mtf pain. ( mt.iii a 'I P. Durden, Keystone tized Sunday night and additional Mmrllto,Lumbseo.IStlsa.r Ktunlsl try 64 STARKE .: ;: ; ,: \ :
e asked Pappy Miller last when he gets home he takes it easy HINTS. save my and Mrs. W. .-.. wo.u Ihrcucli Uw. blood, rirat.OMllr 0
ends of bread. Put Baptisms are scheduled for next MaAe Wnlsu.e1 M ': ':"J\\ t' r
of and crusts and On-the-Mlnlt Service I
I hew he stayed so spry at with a mellow glass beer Heights. = sue .r.-r: : \ '
y.PIppytold him: chats with the missus until it's them in a dish where the air can Hazel Brown Sunday night. Everyone la welcomed oil ..*.nl..T*lift M dnssM Hop_nor f*. faM.a. .e.- .THK: THAVf...'" HaiXsiSI'V \\1"; 'i'i'I 'i'i\ ,
Friends of Miss to come and worship. J
get to them. I roll them with a fl *l WUkf _W-. gmraet.A 1"0
time to to bed. of her w II
go interested to hear 1
iir I work I be
JFdl, when work will
rolling pin when they are good lo"!
When 1 set I set loose.Whan Prom where I sit relaxing Is a and dry. These I use for breading recent marriage to Emory Miss Spark-Brown F't., 't.' "I. !. ,,- f t

MIIO I to sleep." fine art-especially In these tense pork chops, and. other things. I man of Jacksonville. Jacksonvillefor r.r.r. I .
thatfut'mnln( tllll... And there's also use the dry bread for bread has been employed in *, I Iae .
twdinf to Doe Hollister. >* If' t
: nothing like a temperate glass of a number of years. v, J, :
Vv. 1o..r" 'i '
ill Isn't !
far amiss. "Hard
beer-enjoyed with pleasant company Welcome Relief for Announcement was recently IJ,"rll.L. % : + ...' !: f I,
'rays Doc, "never wore oat and approaching i !
-to restore that easy frame made of the engagement : + '" tJ ;: ,f
!before his Virginia V. \ (
N time, providing marriage of Miss .
of mind that needs after hard BACKACHE PAINS / VWe'll .
one '
how of / tJIf ,
MW and when to relax. Lou Pickren, daughter ,. < r i
day's work. ,
oc himself works overtime, DM to ....- it Strafe' SelitUi. Mrs. Ethel Pickren of Gainesville fI. 10 114 4 )' 1 !,

I bu daytime patients 'at the a., 'lt LMbac, ltamutiM. to Harold G. Glsh, of Akron, lno.--tIt 1I8 /1 *f ,I. J \ I r":,
be an -
aJt.4 .
and hit evening calls. And OVfJ "'- JUST nb nInII..... SMK!.Nw-M-WIm' asUM Ohio. The wedding Is to .,1'111. {D, ... ,. i' '. J t .,
_. wot. lmnailr.a event ) t
M nil tn.. pin, n n. jM NtURA. residents \,- \ ,,, ;
BALM to eM Iw. lon..-l..l.. slid fnxD The Pickrens are former 'rollo. .."" ..'to''*'" l I ;! ,!; ,'
wine Md. .1.... and moved 'f11J' 1
Copyright]9t8. United Stales Brewers Foundation M BiMfM* el mtuculu of Hampton,Gainesville.A 1. d ,

I three years ago to I 1.1" ;

number of Hamptonltes are ,,' I I I
revival services this \ I I' f '
week at the Christian Church* in f'f't ':: 1 ;' ;

Graham.H. -I :1' .
Bap :! t, I
filled the j ,
B. Wiggins .
r I t ,
tist pulpit on Sunday morning cal, as __ c, j I :. .
Scott, was
; Pastor W. A. '
the ,
with Mrs. Scott who is ii' 1' ;
led to be i i1 '.
at the home of her sister, Mrs, II I' ;
111 \\1
Walter Glatzau in Deland. Mr f ,

COSTS Scott returned for the i '
even tohpa1' .. '
1 .
and friends are ..
service, ;y. r. I II
improving t"
Scott Is .
that Mrs. .
0 .
for the week In .
She la remaining > ; :
are, 1111 :i 1. f f6i
Deland. I "
; 'I
returned to 1 J. ( ,
:' : Mrs. Bessie Andrew Satur .. ...'.. ,
wayupliii her home in -. q : I It;
several days ..\ e. ;
day, after' sister, Mrs. H. I). May. \ ,>.j.' ,:, jo. i I I'lf1o

: with her Herbert Held tin- Fats .. ....,6\ J.. 'f', .' t.
just asyour Mr. and Mrs. 1 ..
Palm , home In ."' > f "
their .
to .'
route % I i
0'f I
Michigan r l
a trip to "cI' .
Beach from MrsHeld's /et y ', .
visit to
paid a stop-over Mr. and' ... I > .4 ;

grandparents Hall and .,.
B. Hall, and F. B. b4 '
CokofLiving Mrs 4 : ; .,6
1 ;
family.Mr. and o .. ; -t
and Mrs. C. E. Qusley
C '.
sons of Perrine who are at spending their- ,
the early summer

is*. .. .,' ..,' .. ,,0' camp recent Aaron on guests Bedford Minton the of Alachua Lake the has C.,been have L.County Mays been seriously 4 ''AnTTiuS ItS The Car I ;. I


.. 1;: t [wish Hospital him, a Gainesville.rapid recovery.Friend 'er ; ;

i a I Mrs. Nlta Shirley Johnson Dennison and grand, l U I unu of theYear ,' 'f"

< II daughter with Mr. and f!. .,
., I' last week for a visit family, of .' ,1 k .
.yetELECTRICITY' M..... Leo Singleton and rt s .
I I1. Car of the Year KIWI I You wonto*ROOM. So we 0_
.:. Patterson! La. have it Friday The O ':r //i 1
fora :37' trout and oO ,
recently you a rear tea*. sow ,
,, -1.. I Gladys Bundy left in South the Ford Forty Ninerl! It's the one and only NEW DO lots of shoulder and elbow room.. ;,

.,': ; I ', : visit with relatives car in its field and you can see it at our showrooms 1 ; 1
.,:t(, I NIWI You wanted SAFETY. So soar .i t. ,
I Carolina. Abernathy, of Jacksonville Friday I There never was an automobile) gave you a :39% more rigid "Lifeguard t. -, :s: J I
: Alva
i \ : oontlnuestobetIcBIGGEST Mrs haw been a guest of her like' this before. There is no other like it today. / a Body 35: % ea.l "Magic Action- IC"...- i.ij j I
i j ; Size i 4 i, ,
uoheondnew"pkhs.Wlndows .
Saxon. 'j
Y. '
; aunt Mrs B. The revolutionary, new 49 Ford is a complete '
Hicks .r
*, I 1'1 Woodrow t '
Mrs. NIWI You wonted Ii j'
and COMfORT It's
Mr. In break with thepast. It was designed by you- '
J children spent, Sunday letters and h".e.,1" a new "Mid Ship-/ Rid, "HydraCoir t't l "
+1 i I and with Mr. and Mrs O. V. all the way through. Yes in surveys, 0 D Front Spr sgeoroR.a" Bear t.s.j' ,, 1
,;. : '. Palatka Ford what I
:;t i personal interviews you told you Springs. It ride lil&. a dram t ::1 PHI':
; Hicks. thin it's its wayl I It looks like a ,
spending And
Is wanted. on
i i BARGAIN BUI Alderman Brandon, with his aunt. custom built carl' June lBNIW: ) You SIX wanted. ECONOMY. Nw i t ? i I
week In Englrw* Up lo 1 10): man '

_. ; Mrs. O. Weathersbee. Jacksonville Just for the thrill of it, look at the list of new go conomy.. (IUp to 23: % wit, Over ; t if P..j I'
W. Rabme, drive" optional' at emtro cod.) "j p' f ,
George .
:: in "your several days last features. And for an, even bigger thrill, -your J

spent with Mr. and Mrs.. Clyde biggest thrill of the year-see the '49 Ford, NIWI You ,wonted MAUTY.youl WeI<: { :' tai
week Ne for yavTMlf Jwn 11 Yad11
I ?
the Year"; at our showrooms Friday { "
"The Car ,
Rahme. Wednesday eat Ford The Car of MM. Taarir
Betty Home spent '
Mum of last week at Jacksonville : :

!OuJ "''em IIIIm Home Stark Beach.have this been Mr.week frequent and to Mrs.see visitorsto J.their W. ANDREWS MOTOR CO., :,1 I }p i

1 --' new granddaughter, Barbara'.. Robert Sue STARKE FLORIDA 1 !f
--- daughter of Mr. and )11' : 1 4 f

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-, Shower Honors Miss Gassett Weds Mr. Witt At Home Youngs Give Party Pickren AnnouncesMrs. Methodist HaYride

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Young "Ethel Pickren of Gaines- The
: NollmanIn Methodist
SOCIETY were hosts at a beautiful garden ville announces the engagementand class! headed, t
: ..1} by Mrs
- 2yCL Stump HomeMiss party Sunday evening at the Vincent approaching marriage of her Deal, instructor I B'!'

Office Gladys Residence 'f '. St. Johns home. The occasion laughter, Virginia I.ou, tu Harold J ride party out to enjOYed '

rhoDe 29 Editor Phone 33M Catharine Nollman, lovely i sl'iJt was a farewell to their many O. Glsh of Akron Ohio. son of Mr. Friday evening Keystone?
bride-elect, whose marriage to will and Mrs. V. H. Gish of Central of l&8t "'

I; : C CI -I __ __$_ __ __$__ ___ __ __ _ .r i -_ _rrsrsrpassrj Crosby Dawklna will take place leave friends at, as the the end young of this couple week for CIty Ky., I readings Mrs. Deal, gave a"vera!'ft r'

{ L. Davis Bride-Elect June 26th, was the honored guestat ps i3 Texas where they will make their The wedding will, be s">lcmniz and delicious followed by toll!
miscellaneous r
_j Miss Marjorie a delightful July hat, 8:19: : p. m., at the Eliza rl'etihll1tna

Of June 23rd Honored At Many PartiesMiss I' shower' Miss given Evelyn by ),[r.Stump. D. E. Knightand at the : home.The garden was attractively beth Swain Memorial Methodist fished climaxed by the the thirty yawl

lighted with colored lights and Church, Jacksonville Florida. No ""nJoYBbIB
; Church host to 100 Walnut street I eve
I Davis brIJe-elect Episcopal was Stump home on
Marjorie the long refreshment table -was invitation are< bung sell but 'U1f
has been the inspiration for a guests honoring Miss Davis at a Thursday afternoon. )c:' i.ends are invited to attend Party At
overlaid with white linen cloth,
showers miscellaneous shower-tea from a Kingsley
aeries of luncheon and The punch table presided over

during: the past week, and in the four to alx o'clock at the Center by Miss Marjorie Davis, auto a with a centerpiece of pink dahliaa. Leap Year Dance I The beach at KlnMieyUk

week to come. Miss Davis, will Wednesday afternoon. The Center bride-elect of next week, was i' e'ro Those enjoying the occasion the acene of an

become the bride, of Horance G. was attractively decorated in overlaid with a beautiful Imported with the immediate family were i The Junior Woman's Club will roast given enjoYable,
Jr. Wednesday evening at a pink and white motif. The man lace cloth, and held a large by 40 Itlelllbt
'I Davis Mrs H. H. Young :Mrs., C. S. sponsor a Leap Year Dance at the the
7:00: o'clock in St. Marks Episco tel was centered with a bowl of cut-glass punch bowl and a cut. f Sophomore and Junior

pal Church. pink carnations and white shasta glass bowl of summer flowers James; of Keystone Heights, Mr. club house Thursday night, June of Bradford high school| t
'4 Last Friday evening a delight j I daisies against a background of flanked by lighted white tapers- in and Mrs. Edwin H.: St. John of 24, starting; at' 9 o'clock. Music evening.

I ful party was given at the Sewell greenery. The tea table was over. silver candelabra. Small white Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs. Kroen- will furnIshed' by A. ..W Anderson |I Mrs. Onlta Brown

I home on North Walnut Street by laid with an imported linen cloth cakea with' white Icing and white berger and J. H. Powell. Jr., Admission 23c. 'Jones Jr.. and >sn
with Insets of Point de Venice chaperoned
and Mrs. : thIt's
Mlaa Virginia Sewell Ice cream were served to the many
Miaa lace, with a centerpiece of shell- ,.- - -- - - -
for -
Leonard F. Smith. Jr., guests present to help Miss Noll- 'a -
f Davis and Mr. ,Davis and Miss pink carnations and white Shasta man celebrate the occasion.
and Crosby daisies, flanked on either side i
Catharine Nollman : In the receiving line were Miss
c will be with low silver candle holders I war weP
Dawkins, whose marriage !Stump: Mrs. Knight Miss Noll
with lighted white tapers. The .
an event of'June 26th. man, Mrs. D.' C. Dawklna. Mrs.
silver appointments on the table 13 ,
The guests were entertained on W, H. Nollman and Mrs. F. F.
held dainty cakes Iced in white
the front porch at the home Stump. Assisting the hostesses
with rose buds pink and white
engaged Ina period Mrs E. K. Mrs.
where they were Ferryman
} mints and sandwiches.
_UA* VMtviij-.."I.< .? out and assembling H. M. Richarde, Miss Madge Midy] 1
\i'tj'' scrap books which were presented Mra Leonard F. Smith, Jr., dleton, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Miss

{ to the honored couples at the end presided at the punch bowl. Mrs. Lucile Mitchell, Mrs E. L. Matthews !' er" S
% ,
r, of the evening.. Later in the evening Richard Kidd In charge of the' Mrs Roy Ward, Miss Virginia

115 t a series of mixed games were dining room waa assisted by Mixs Sewell Mra. L. F. Smith,

I played. Annette Gunter, Betty Ann Flynn, Jr., Mla Audrey Carlisle, Mra.
Marian Brown ad Ann Wilt.
The living room and dining room Richard Kldd Miss Lila Rae Miss Ovada Gassett daughter of attended Mr. Witt as best man.

were attractively decorated with Mrs. Jeannette D. Klncald and Caldwell, Mrs. George Flynn Miss Air and Mrs. Pate Gaasett became The Gassett home was beautifully -

arrangements of summer flow- Mrs. W. N. North received the Mbrjorle Sue Middleton and Miss the bride of Kenneth W. Witt son I decorated for the weddingand the week of superb \alnes. Tour A!.I

era. The nerving table for cake guests at the door. In the receiving Lillian Stump. of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Witt of reception with white gladioli' Manager U a mighty Important fellow to

and punch was covered with a line were Mrs. O. L. Beaa- During the afternoon Mra. E. L. North Lima, Ohio, at a lovely Intermingled with ferns. and to tin. That In why we have net aside. Mfc. r

;& white linen cloth with silver can- icy Mrs Rawson J. Davis and Matthews gave a reading Mrs. wedding Friday evening of last i The young couple drove downstate Week", paying tribute to him with a ..t"r.Itle|,| celeblL

delabras at each end. Miss Marjorie Davis. Others William B. Boyd rendered several week at 8:30: oclock. Rev. W. O. for a few days honeymoonafter M, He makes' sure that the shelves and bins of

",1R The guests were presented with assisting were Mrs Joe Hoover vocal selections and Miss June Smedley of Lake Butler, perform which they drove to Lima are always'packed with the Items you desire. YOIlI'.tP He IH Sta

a piece' of Silver from their chosen Mrs. Frank Hoover, Mrs Hans Caldwell played several selectionsat ed the double ring ceremony at Ohio where Mr. Witt Is adjusterat for the prompt, courteous service you receive rcnp

''iI, Jil: patterns as a memento of the occasion. Mattie Walker,Gahagan Mrs. R., A.Mrs.Weeks Edward Mrs the piano. 'the Gassett home on West Madison the City Loan and Savings. him more than the opportunity to help you enjoy Nothing good w ttft_
Miss Nollman received Out of town
many guests at the wed-
} Burns, and Mrs.' George Kope- at moderate costs.. "Manager's> Week" is his
:; f Enjoying the party with the lousos.I lovely bridal gifts from the I Miss Oamett! wore a white gab ding and reception were Mr. and week.; "'e.... and )
featuring a huge
array of
j t honored guests were Mr. and Mrs. assembled guests and a beautiful ardine suit complimented with Mrs. R. C. -Witt and daughter grand velure|

,IiJ'1'' Preston Cockrell William Rose of I Mrs Frank Hoover and 'Mrs china plate In her chosen pattern white accessories, white straw hat Miss Arma Witt of North Lima, will do him proud.

'r/ Jacksonville Miss Katherine Ar- Mattie Gahagan are from the hostesses. Miss Davis and wore a single orchid. Her Ohio Mr. Edward Michaels of No. Z Can Sweet

'It ''i rowsmlth of Mandarin, Mr. and at luncheon entertaining I also received a salad plate In her attendant Mlas France. Taylor Youngstown, Ohio, and from Jacksonville '
Monday at the Ser
l j;,e H\ Mrs. Freeman Register Jr., Miss vice Center for Miss Davis, her chosen pattern In memento of the was) gowned In a rose)(, street Mrs. S. C. Johnson Barbara looa Peas lOc

,3 jf Shirley Colley. A .Z. Adkins, Jr., bridesmaids and other guests. Invited occasion from the hostesses. length dress with navy blue accessories -I Ann Johnson, Pauline Branen, -

John Chalker, Miss dancer to enjoy the affair are Mrs. She had a corsage of Margaret Reddish, Jack Nelson ,
Thomas and Leonard F. Smith, Today Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and white carnations. Davis Gassett, I and Robert Fltzalmmona.
z' Levy Canova, Mra. W N. North
,:!f!;' ; Jr. Mra. Nelle Beavers Miss Virginia daughter, Miss Luclle Mitchell are .--- IONA In Tomato Sauce lib.
hostesses to Mss.( Nollman and can
Sewell, Miss Mabel Jean Morri Miss Thomas And Mr. Kinard Wed ALCO t
The Service Center on Church Miss Marjorie Davis, at a Coffee
son, Mrs Leonard F. Smith, Jr., Pork & Beans
.,' Street was the scene of a lovely' Mrs. Rawaon J. Davis and Miss party in the Mitchell home on Last Thursday In Lovely CeremonyDemorest lOc
shower Miaa
lingerie honoring Walnut Street

'1 Davis Saturday afternoon from i Frances Landrum This evening, Mrs A. Z. Adkins The marriage of Miss Mildred cut the wedding cake FEEDS

three until five o'clock Riven: by On Tuesday evening ''Mra. T. Is entertaining a swim party Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and were assisted in serving by

}r Mrs John 0' Scott of Mandarin, Frank Landrum and Mra. E. L. honoring Miss Nollman and her H. L. Starling to Robert Sam Kin- Miss Alice Holton. Miss Minnie DEXO' 3 Lb. Can

Mrs Milton St Peter and MUM Matthews will be hostesses to the fiance, Mr. Crosby Dawklna of ard, son of Mr and Mrs. Sam Lou Haien.: Mrs. D. L. Thomas, 'h { Ste70i

;G1 Beryl Holland of Gainesville members ,of the wedding party Jacksonville, at the Adkins sum Kinard of Gainesville, was 'solemnized Mrs. S. G. Denmark, Mrs. P. H. Shortening 1.17
and .
+ out-of-town guests of the at a candlelight service at Faulkner nni
,' The mantel in the Center was mer home on Kingsley Lake. Miss Ona Demorest
i centered with an arrangement ofAJ' bridal party at the Matthews homeon the First Baptist Church :Thursday Mrs. Frank Dryden, Mrs. A J.

pink gladioli and small white Church Street following the evening of last week at 7:30 Dryden, Miss Haven Crosby and Walnut St.

chrysanthemum buds flanked by I wedding rehearsal. Friday FrolicsTo o'clock., The Rev. Lewis D, Mr*. Luclan Conner. Greeting the Starke, h
r.. liver candle holders with tall i' Featured Haines performed the double ring guests at the door were Mrs. W. I 100 LBS

;+ white tapers The refreshment Mrs. Kite HostessAt ceremony, against a backgroundof B. Mundy, Jr., and Mrs. Arthur Scratch Ann PageSpaghetti 8 OJ.
table, overlaid with an importedecru Entire Summer palms, fern, white gladioli, car- Dryden. Feed, 100 Ibs. ,$5.73
Bridge-Luncheon 3 for _
nations, feverfew and calla miles.
]lace cloth, was decorated After '

with, long green streamers of f emi Mr. J. R. Kite was hostess at |) The young weekly" people recreation was resumed programfor in .The family pews were marked their guests spending, Mr. and some Mrs.time Kinard with Laying.Maah, 100 Ibs. ,- $ 5.73
d centered with a large cut glass with clusters of white blossoms left CRISCO s la..
a beautiful bridge-luncheon Tuesday USO) on a wedding' trip to
( points
the ,BHS annex building
tied with white satin ribbon. GrowingMash 100 '
bowl with tall white gladioli and at her home on West Call last Friday night under sponsorship North. The bride traveled in a Ibs. $5.75 Shortening 1.

+ mall white chrysanthemumbuds. Street. The house was attrac of Bradford High School Par- Prior to the ceremony, Mrs L. becoming light blue crepe frock 20 .e
Ateach end of the table: tively decorated With gladioli and ent-Teachers Association recreation A. Canova. organist and Mrs. E. complimented with white acces PCT.Dairy ,

was a silver candelabra with white quantities of marigolds/ with flor- committee with personal supervision L. Biggs soloist, rendered a pro sories. Her ctfrsage was a white Feed, 100 Ib.. $4.69 LARD, 4 Ibs. 1 1.(
tapera. Silver service at vantage screened porch. Five bridge by Mrs. Ruby Johns and gram of nuptial music, "I Love orchid. Upon their return the

points on the table held dainty screened porch. Five blrdge BHS Principal C. S. Partin. To You Truly" and "Because". The young couple will be at home at 90 PCT. .

r sandwiches cakes frosted in pink tables placed In the living room night's party begins at 8 o'clock. traditional wedding marches were North Alabama Avenue, Gaines Horse Feed 100 Ibs. JIM D.\:.M1YGRITS
and white, and pink and white and porch were overlaid with Over BO young people attended used. Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid. attended ; ville. $5.55.

mints. white cloths and centered with bud although the decision to. resume! the bride's train. Among the out of town guests 18 PCT.Dairy. ,

Appropriate games were played vases containing yellow marigolds. the project and necessary arrangements The bride given In marriage by attending the wedding were: Feed I S
t at which Miss Audrey Carlisle Place cards were in the form of were made only that after her father, chose a gown of white Mrs Ceo Darlington, Miss Ibs. $4.43

't won first prize, Miss Betty Register miniature flag poles set in pastel noon. slipper satin that featured a Eleanor Darlington, James Haw 50-50 '

won second prize and Miss colored !"seafoam" holders. During the. course of the even; bustle In back with aatln train anda thorne, Mr. and Mrs. T C. Kelly 5 Ibs. 41c
Davis won consolation prize. The of mousseline de sole which Scratch Feed 100 Ibs. '
Following a delicious luncheon Ing dancing, games refreshments, yoke of Jacksonville. Rev, and Mrs. $6.35 .
t \i, honoree was also presented with bridge was played at which Mrs. and the chance to renew schoolroom gave the gown a dropped yoke Chaa. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs O. W.

: a: : many lovely gifts of lingerie by Lex Green won first prize and friendships were enjoyed effect. Her headpiece was fashioned Horn, Mrs. Malcolm Home Mrs 25 LBS.

: the assembled guests. Mra. L. H. aa a coronet trimmed withoran.e Richard Meanes. Factory Pkg.SUGAR.
Jennings won cut prize, continue these Mr. and Mrs Scratch
't' It Is planned to : Feed 25 Ibs
4 Out of town guests present blossoms which fella 1.47
each receiving floral linen hand. Informal Giles Meanes Mrs. Eliza Booth, ------------- 10 Ibs. 7
"get-togethers" every
were Miss Mildred Williams of finger tip veil of bridal Illu Mrs. ,
:t.'i' Ringold, Ga., Mra. John B. Scott kerchiefs. Friday night from 8 until 11 o' sion. The' bride carried a white dick, Jack Jr Rerldlck Gene Sr.. Jack Red- I..ayinglash.! 25 Ibs. _________ ____ 1.47 -

''', ,.'!I of Jacksonville, Miss Catharine Guests with Mrs. Kite were clock and everyone Is welcome to prayer book topped with a white Mra. Bill? Davis Mr. and Start I' Large DUZ OXVIM3L or
AdkInson and Mra. .
Nollman of Jacksonville and Mra. K. G. Duncan, Mrs. J. W. attend. Refreshments will be El- ------------ 1.49
,sr orchid with showers of tuberoses die Marshall
t1 a Starke, Mrs. Glen Duke of Gainesville Andrews, Mrs. F. F. Stump Mra. served and music will be furnished of Gainesville. Mr. Growing Mash Supersuds -
and white ribbon. 25 Ibs.
q : satin and Mrs. W. L. West and .___________ 1.49
A. Z. Adkins Mrs: R. Jr. Many daughter
i If Mrs. W. N. North of the A. Green by A. W. Anderson
I and house guest, Mrs. L. H. Jen ranting from ping-pong Her only ornament, a girt from Dorothy of Palmetto Mr, and Fine Chick Feed 25 IDS. Swan
: State Farm and Mrs. Nelle Beavers | games 1..".9 or IvorySOAP
1 the bridegroom, was three strands Mrs. H. E Starling and( T---------
son, Morris
flings of Memphis Tenn. Chinese checkers will be available
Mrs. to ,
Tallaasee Ala.
of 3
I. : of of 2: bars
: Hans Walker Mra. J. M. Hem- pearls. Miami. -- ___ Ige.

ttJ. The Auxiliary-;: -of St. Marks bree, Mra. Marion. Faulk Mrs. I 1'arenta willing to assist with Mrs. James, W. Deaver serving

!.:\. W. B. Mundy" Jr.. Mrs Green- MP. the details or to act as chaperoned her alatei1 as matron of honor, was I Mrs. Tom Slade 25 Ibs. lona FLOURPlain
In white taffeta
Griff Jrs.Fl tcher Burnette, are urged to contact Mr. Johns gowned with an ,
off-the-shoulder effect with Luncheon SUPER
Mra. R. P. Stubbins, Mrs O. L. at her place uf business (Hart's a or Self Rising Quality Meats
of mousseline de
yoke sole. She
Haynes Mrs J. Salon S. Thompson St.) RITE
W. Kincaid, Mrs. Beauty OP Mrs
carried a of cerise. Slade entertained
carnations at
DA.BacTARKE E. L. Matthews, and Mrs L. F. or to 'phone her at 149.Sporu nosegay a delightful luncheon $1.63
Chapman Mrs. P. D. Fancher and .r. t.A.l that 1.:8/1 weekly with a white net and the Thursday at
FLA. Mrs Paul McLendon of the State programs; will.. \ help! fill, Starke'aneed silver leaves, tied with cerise satin Slade home on Kingsley Lake ROAST lb. 71
11 Farm. for dependable, whcleflonvi. ribbons. Matching flowers were in honor of her house guests, Mrs. Fresh Fruits & Vegetables ,
Sun. worn In her hair N. K. Hurst and
Mon. June 20-41: sons Needhamand
regular Mul.il. activity for jrunngf'ik9 Mrs. Starling mother of the Bill of Indianapolis Ind., Mrs For Hot Weather Pork Chops lb. 4
to !. .k forward to .nd enjoy Salad ,
WALTER MITTYi Bill Wall Given ) during the dull'.Inmef bride, chose a dusty pink crepe C. W. Sinclair and Mrs. W. S.

Birthday PartyMr. months. gown and wore a corsage of blue Slade of Douglas, Ga., and Mrs CALIF. Brisket Beef lb. 41
Danny Kay, Mrglnla :Mayo carnations. The bridegroom'smother W.- S. Slade, Jr., and aon Sam of ,

i News ft Comedy and Mrs. H. C. Wall en. and Mrs. I Mrs. Kinard, was gowned I Baxley, Ga r Iceberg Lettuce, 2 for 29c 31
Mr. Young Pork
r Tiles.. -"June 99 -ONLYALEXANDER'S- tertalned at a children's swimming In nile green crepe and wore a, The home was attractively dec. Liver, lb. -

I party Wednesday afternoon, Honored At DinnerThe corsage of white carnations. orated with arrangements of summer Firm, Red RipeTOMATOES .

?i; June 9, 'at the S. T. Dell cottageon Richard Means served the groomas flowers lb. 19cNeck Bones lb. 17
Keystone Inn at Keystone best man and ushers were ,
Kingsley Lake In honor of Invited to meet Mrs. Slade -
t Rag lime Band their son, Bill, who celebrated l his Heights was the scene of a beautiful Granville Horn Harold Downing guests were Mrs Fletcher Bur Golden .. bli.e Large Herman Baby Breakfast
Mon. Jim Dryden and Freddie Pennisi.I .
dinner party
fifth birthday
birthday anniversary. nette, Mrs A Z Adkins; Mrs. Ben 5
g'', Tyrone Pinter Alice Faye During the afternoon the children day evening given by Mrs H. H Immediately following the ceremony Pope Mra. J. W. Kincaid Mrs. PEACHES, 2 Ibs. 29cSausages, lb. -

!fi News& Short enjoyed swimming and other Young honoring her son and his I a reception was held at the O. L. Bea ley. Mrs. Juniua Smith
water sports. bride. Mr. and Mrs. TV R. Young Service Center on Church Street. Mrs., O. L. Golden YellowBANANAS Half or Whole
Haynes, Mrs.
II/ Wed. Thuro. June 23 24 The birthday cake, iced In white Proceeding the dinner Mrs. C. S The bride's table was centeredwith Smith Mrs. Edward Martha lb. 5
DOUBLE KKATVKKThe : and holding five pink birthday James entertained at cocktails. a three-tiered wedding; cake, J. H. Bitch Mrs. S. R. Johns, ,Mrs.Jr., lb. _. 12cHAMS, -

i Falcon tapers, was placed on the large The-guests, which Included the around which were ruffles of Mrs. Roy Ward, Mra E. L. Matthews calls, Long White Washed Smoked Hams
served steak white net and with
game table on the screened porch.A wedding party, were topped a miniature I Miss Evelvn Stump, Mra.

7u, In San Francisco low crystal bowl holding an dinners on the porch of the Inn- overlaid bride and groom. The table 'T. H. Oaborne Mrs. K. G. -Duncan POTATOES,5Ibs. ,- 29c 4 to 6 lb. Avg. 46c:
overlaid was with
an cut.
The table was impressively
of sinnlas anda
arrangement giant Mrs. W. B.
Sewell Mrs.
'.i Tom Conway Rita with a white banquet cloth work linen banquet cloth with Large
Conway ..
large tray of noise-maker balloons F. Brown. Mrs L. A. Canova Mrs.L. .
dahlia centerpiece clusters of shasta Mullet lb. .
white daisies
And with a red and at In. ,
and lollipops completed the D. Vining, Mrs. T. T. Long Mrs. Cantaloupes
tt and six miniature American tervals. Four low. silver candleholders I ea. .
BROADWAYLIMITED table Clusters of
arrangements. Flag tall L. F. Chapman, Mrs. J. T. Godwin .
commemorating holding white burning
t varl-colored balloons placed at intervals flats Mrs. Morgan Richarde, and Mexican '
Day, wjilch was also Monday. tapers surrounded with ruffles a SULTANA
about the porch added a Mrs J. W. Andrews.BartonWhite. m% .
I dinner the guest. of white net PINEAPPLE
Following the were placed at .
further decorative note to the _
Aim News occasion. were Invited to the homes of Mrs each end of the table with low 39c Apple Butter
Mra. C. S. James bowls of California Fresh
cake Sue Shelton and nhaata daisies
Refreshments birthday
Fr!. Sat. June 23 26 Bill in Keystone Heights where music and feverfew. The silver appointments CORNS 1 lb. 15 Glass ]!
and ice cream were served to Mr. and Mrs.. H. A. Barton Ears oz.
DOUBLE FEATURE and a social hour were enjoyed. were used in serving small an. 25c
friends who
and his 20 were present
Those invited to the dinner with i individual cake with tiny white nounce the engagement of their
WOMANON to enjoy the afternoon with honored Ulllvs daughter, Lucy Mae, to Olin lona No. E Can
Mrs. Young and the I on top, mints and mixed .IngelasTOMATOES
him. guests were Mr. and Mrs. V. S I nuts. The cut-glass punch bowl White,. Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Nasser <<

THE BEACH Mrs. Wall was Mrs.assisted Junius In Smith entertaining St. John. Henry Godwin J. H was placed on a table arrangedwith 0 W. White. The date has not II Oleomargarine Marshmallo, *

With Joan Bennett Mrs. Jim by Godwin'of the State Powell. Mrs. C. S. James. Mr. and a lace cloth and banked with yet been set for the marriage but, 2 for 25c 1 Ib. I 10 0,. I,*. *
And Mrs. T. H. McNeil. Mrs. Sue fein and daisies around the bowl. 39c
W. O. Stringfellow I will
Farm Mr probably be in the early fall. 15c
Mrs. Frank Shelton and Joe Slstrunk. The mantel at one end of the
and her house guest, Mr. White, a graduate In the
BIG CALIBRE reception room was banked with
Hipp of St. Augustine. WSCS NoticeThe magnolia boughs and blossoms tHe class at Bradford High A&P

With Bob Steel Henry Manassa 1 U In Puerto Rico wits a central decoration of white School, will enter his second year FOOD STORE You can't{i
Mews Serial Woman's Society of Christian gladioli and shasta d...... at the : 1
this week on business. University of Florida in
I I Service of the First Methodist Miss Alma Thomas directed the OWNED AND OPERATED BY r.or.Zrff endspon* S ]
the fall TilE
where he Is taking Phar
hold its regular guests to the bride's book attended ATLA"'T
Churca TIC a EverY
Men's Clothing monthly business and program by Miss\ Eleanor Darling.ton macy. Miss .Barton was a graduate TEA CO on our

ALVAREZ' STORE I I meeting In the church Monday and Miss Audrey Prevatt. in this year's class at, Bradford -M2E.CALI.ST.. STARKE Super Store
Establlshei 1894 FL%.
1J afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. C. Caudell and M... R. F. High.

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at'Lo and Patrolman daughters and, Paula Mrs and Hal Diane GlJler.I, make Friends their of home Mrs.there.Guy Sale ,will 1 I of Attending Ocala, formerly the first of Starke.session of :Mrs Lula Priest of Wllltston W. H. Nollman Is under 'observation Mr: and Mrs Edward Ensor of ,I I

AL : r spent last week with her son, C., at St. Vincent's Sunday guest :
ws.J spent ;
Thursday In Laktf' City visit be glad to hear she has returned I six weeks at the University of Hospital,Jacksonville were I

Ing Judge and Mrs. Guy Gillen. to her home on 'Kingsley Lake, Florida and working for their I O. Priest and his family In Jacksonville of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hartman I and is getting along nicely after Master's Degree are Mrs. W B. lIJIa -- -- --- -- - -- -- :-.. .. '
Mrs.. Harold C. Wall.I Miss Ruth Toomey and Mrs are leaving Tuesday for a three I her operation at St. Vincents hospital Sewell. Mrs W. H. Hart, Miss

nil orcupvlnlf the Dell Place J. W. McCall attended the grad. weeks motor trip to Rockford; 111.,, two weeks ago. Kate Shepherd Mrs. Fred Pellum, err--

Lake as their UHtlon exercises of Billy McCall In where they will visit Mrs. J. B. Mrs.\ Effie Johns Mrs. Leonard F. Smith, Jr., and ."
Sie! Ha White, Jasper Monday wes visiting BACK AGAIN! w
Or, E" evening Hartmann and other friends and her sister Mrs. Mena McCutchion Miss Della Rosenberg. Also among -
( ,
guests and Mrs. A.
and Mrs.Whitmore Durden relatives.
:3Ir. spent From there they will those who are attendingthe
SaubPY nIece Mrs. J. J. Gross and
bit all at St Aug-, the early part of the week in go to Wisconsin where they will phew and first session are Mrs. O. A. I
Mr. and
Mrs. L. C.
Jsmps Driver ot Jack- Tampa visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. C enjoy several days fishing.Mr. Smith at Jacksonville! Beach, Anderson, Mrs. Warren Perkins BACK \ '

r. Airs Jean Casey ofha Hoppe. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley had from Mra. Ethel Bigg and Miss Madge AGAIN '
and house.y Mrs. W B..Alexander Thursday until Sunday of 1 ; ;
IS the WaiVe and daughter as guests Sunday for 6 o'clock din- last week. Mlddleton.

week. Wilma and Mr. and Mrs. ,J. nee Stanley Carnell and sons, Cor- Jack Leonard Smith, Jr., left Sunday !4 Z' i l''
of >
B. Alexander son and Mrs '
,tMHlrli'h, nEIJ TAG S\LE. Wednesday visiting were In Alachua bin and Gene, and nephew, Dar- W. G. Halle, in spending his two for Welaka where he Is attending CANE SEAT ,, .
Ut.UNIrii. to our I'f"lfUJar Mrs. C. O rice Carnell, all of OrmonJ weeks vacation here the Forestry Camp of the University "
Dupuis and and In Miami
old Mrs. J.
r on your Maynard. George Ledden of of Florida for six weeks. And ;
an,|,,v.anre Steve Daytona, and before assuming his new duties
(If.r/, evplrrs July 3.- Richard Oesterrelcher Arnold and P. A. Scott and W A. Scott of In Baltimore, Mrt. He Is employed Robert Beers has volunteered 4
AtTO: I spent Tues- Starke.
for service
HOME day and Wednesday with the fertilizer division of Navy as Electricians ,
returned in
Kay Sale! hag ,business. Atlanta .on B. F. Goodrich RED TAG SALE Armour A, Co.. and has for the Mate He will be Inducted In V .j.

of her parents MrI > Mr., FARM, HOME &: AUTO St.pPL'I' past year been located In Jacksonville Jacksonville Monday and will PORCHROCKERS *, s
G. I Patten .
GUY after spending and son, .
Sal !. leave shortly for San Diego, Calif
Iv, visiting her grand George were visiting Mrs. Pat- Miss Catharine Nollman arrived for his boot training.IL .
9Pc. Walnut FinishDining
)I Ira, J. H. Sale at Madl- ten's sister-in-law. Mrs. Ina Mae Thursday from Jacksonville for Comer Ferryman. Gene Fl'o&eIInd F. Goodrich RED TAG SALE '1 ;;
Flynn In Eustls last week. George Flynn. Jr., were In ,
shower given in her honor by FARM, HOMK ts AUTO SUP
A. Scott la visit. Mr."" 'and Mrs. Hugh 1* Brownlee. Mrs. D. EL Knight and Miss Evelyn Atlanta on business Friday and neal Comfort
Jr., of New Saturday of last week.. They PLY.Mr. .
Glat- Orleans
Jllterl Mrs. Walter will arrive Stump. She will remain in and Mrs H.. L. Brownlee Room Suit 229 50 \
here to visited Julian Peek former resident .
wland'thls week. spend a few Starke until
after her wedding pent the early part of the weekat
of Starke, who is In business
ALVA days with the senior 14.50 I
GIFTS at Brownleea. to Mr.
''4; Day Crosby Dawkins on June in Hrevard. N. C., where they entered -
Atlanta while there.
E. E. Canova attended( the 26. : their daughter Madge, In 6 chairs, china buffet extension table f *'
from graduation Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Starling
has been received of her grand. Mrs. W B. Boyd of St. Peters- the high school there for a ten s ''I t tI
Donald! Champion daughter, Mary Ann Canova from and son, Leslie, moved to Mlam1! .
Mrs I burg arrived In Starke Wednes course.
Colo. that they Gainesville High School last Saturday where Mr. Starling I l ''I
Collins. Thursday day to sing at the shower for her Mrs. Paul Bird,' and children I
last Wednelldriving evening of last week. is connected with a constructionJob. TURFMASTER I
Uvtne there whereto Miss Isabelle sister Miss Catharine Nollman, Donna Lee and Richard of Lake- What{ A Bargain 1WY NOW! r
to Starke an Instructor Thursday, and to be attendant I land this week with 771
are spending
make their home. in the University of Wisconsin Mr. and Mrs mmett K. Ferryman LAWNMOWERS % '@ t
to In the Dawkina-Nollman wedding Mrs. Birds sinter, Mrs. Henry BKAt'TIFl'L :
non Is planning to re- at Madison, Wis., and Miss on June 26. Jr., of Bethlehem Pa.,
beauty shop. The Lady I Fay YarbYough. a graduate of the will arrive the first of the week I ManasBa. \

r and,! the first week In I University, will arrive Tuesday Rex: BroOKlns of Hampton, a for a two weeks visit with the I Mr. and Mrs. O. L. BeaMey attended Table Lamps 5.95 f f'e fi

'Champion will finish for a vacation with Mrs. R. S. member of the 1948 graduatingclass E. K. Perrymann.Junlui the graduation of their I ii

Ir In Forestry and Agri- Fernandez. Miss Yarbrough will at BHS has accepted a position Smith, president-elect I granddaughter, Sue Beasley, at i

e the University of Florret receive her degree in Arts and as assistant bookkeeper at and Guy Andrews secretary-elect Winter Haven Monday evening. 21.95 Green Pink Blue i 19I

t ] Sciences from the University this Denmark's Furniture Store. attended the Rotary Assembly at Mrs. Sarah McCall has as her } : J;

Ron Duncan Is visit- Saturday. She Is a member of the Miss Mary Jo Caldwell, a reg. Tallahassee Sunday and Monday. I guests this week her grandchildren __-_ t K
cousin. Sue Duncan In Spanish honorary and Pi Kappa atered nurse on the staff of Miss Mary Faulkner returned Anita, Rodney and Betty Mc- 't\ I

Ie this week. Phi social fraternities. Charity Hospital In New Orleans, Sunday from a week's visit with Call of Jasper. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT r I 6
La.; is spending a weeks' vacation her sister, Mrs. George Jordan at Mr. and Mrs. Bart Waters and USE YOUR !

I with her parents, Mr. and Alma, Ga. young son were the weekend I TRADE AT HOMETRY : ,1 ff ffI

Branch of Mrs. J. G. Caldwell, at the State :Mra. Carolyn Kinney and, son guest of their brother and wife ,'

rg farm. Wayne are visiting Mrs. Klnney's Mr. and Mrs. George Baggs in OUR STORE I
I Father's GIFTS at ALVA Gainesville, CREDIT I ) !
Day cousin, Mrs. Inez Stokes, In Columbia 1 ,
INSURANCES S. C., this week. Lucian Conner executive secretary -_ .
i ; '
Margaret Durshlmer of Mr. and Mrs Roy Ward and of the Starke Chamber of ,

IrookHvllle was the weekend guest daughter, Mira Jane, spent Sun Commerce, will leave Saturday IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT t 4 :
of her brother and sister-in-law, day with Mr. Ward's parents, Mr. morning for the University of ;I

Mr. and Mr*. F. L. Durshimer. and Mrs. George \t1. Ward at North Carolina where he will attend 1"

WALL AGENCYPLEASE Mrs. Charles Torres of Miami Dixie Ga.Attorney. I a 10-day short course on C Denmark Furniture Co. i t :u'l

S was the guest of Mrs. G. W. Alderman Hollls V. Knight of of C administration. He will be .

PHONE 146 Mrs Lex Green and Gainesville spent Saturday In accompanied by Mrs. Conner.

other friends here the early part Starke. F. A. Scott, Wilbur Scott. Mr. PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA._ ;! : i ii

-Constant Service Over 50 YearsLASS1F1ED-. of the week. Miss Mabel Jean Morrison of and Mrs J. T Quigley and Edna RI i ,f

Mrs. W W. Underhill! of St. Crescent City Is the house guestof and Leonard Noegel attended the )1' 1 I ,

Petersburg is the guest of her Miss :MarjorIe Davis. Miss graduation exercises of Seabreeze 1r'' t I

sister, Mrs. Ruby Johns this week Morrison will be a bridesmaid for High School!, Daytona Beach .i i i.V

Judge E. K. Perryman recently Mills Davis next Wednesday. Thursday evening./ Corbin Car- .V '

attended his class reunion at Em Sen. and'Mrs. Charley E,'Johns nell, one of the 82 graduates was

ol'y'ln Atlanta and Oxford: Ga: and daughter/ Markley Anne spent Salutatorian of his class and received I'' I II

Mrs. Mae Edwards and daughter the early part of the week aa the the following honor awards: t f

E: 3 milking dairy goats_ NEW OAS IHNCJI3: never 1I..d Elaine spent the weekend In guests of :Mrs. T. V. Rust at Jacksonville Sanford Award for most outstand I I Ii
OP kid 2j to 4 qtB NacrlClcx: .
,ten. Uoilif. (Mldlake*) I I -- +_ foyette. =fpne Jacksonville visiting Mr and Mri Beach. Jerome Johns and ing Senior boy; Kiwanis Award SETZER'SSUPER 1.1 i
1I.llhl.. Fla. 1tp FOR SALE: 1 1I..d. car late 1939 Guy Prescott and son. Annette Gunter were Sunday for Senior leading In extracurricular J
Plymouth, good ....ndltlon I

use,,1.' .moth property of Florida 2tp Power.351) Plumbing> 325 Temple Avo. lip and Mrs. Hal Gillen is leaving B. Carlisle underwent a tonlrilp.ctomy Teachers of Spanish Medal for /.

FOR SAI.I' AT BARGAIN: : 2 kero Tuesday for eight weeka at Camp at St. Vincent's Hospital excellency In Spanish; Degree of if : 1
ALE: 2 lute on Orange 13.1 I sane r"ne" 1 coal the latter of last week. and Student
range Montreat, Montreat N. C. part Excellence In Debating;
I Mil) Errnl Alvarea 61sde Oas do.. two doom ; I i .
\\u\ 81 Stark tip railroad track on Call at. from It B. F. Goodrich REI TAG SALE. Charles Knight, who attendedthe Government Association Award -

S1 EXTRA added to our regular; University of Florida the past for Leadership. Mr. Car

MATTRESSES FOR front SALE, beat: location 4 beautiful, on Lake Iota Ave east trade-In allowance on your ,old year, will spend the summer with nell Is spending a few days in STORES : : :

|or ,U.L KINDS half block from Hrhool Priced Ire*. Offer expire July 3.' hi* grandparents!, Col. and Mrs Starke with his grandfather, F. .

RENOVATED Lutey very reasonable. 216 Call Apply- $ Mr. A. J.' ,FARM, HOME ft AUTO SUPPLY.Mr U.. K-Jlght.' "I \Utr Scott, and Is accompanied by .. e tl

Church. .t. Corner IIpj and Mrs. Tom Slade haveas I The graduation of Buddy Wilt his brother Gene, and a friend .. .- .. -. ..._ 4 __ ._._ I'' ,. t ''I I
I t
.FOR RENT: Furnished' .-room their guests this week. Mrs. last week from P. K. Yonge George Ledden a classmate who '
113 E. Call
,hou, a with gsa. stove and modern N. K. Hurst and sons Needharo Schbol in Gainesville was the oc- also graduated with high honors We Deliver ,. {I'

j! Haynea.convenience 301 S. Water- St.airs O.' 1.tfKOK and Bill of Indianapolis. Ind., MraC. casion of a family gathering at and Scholarship Award PRICES GOOD ALL WEEK'f'' I

( SALK c: W. Sinclair, and Mrs. W. S. the home of his grandparents Dr. Father's Day GIFTS at ALVA .'
: 40 rolla 4T-ln.
fence wire. Bradford KmrlnnerIna ", new- Slade of Douglas, Ga., and Mra and Mrs. Lemuel Colson. Those REZ. I( 't'

riRMTCREPEIFHOLSTERED: : Co., Starke Kla. ft t-ll W. S. Slade, Jr., and son Sam here for the event were Buddy's
FOR 8ALE OR TRADE: 40:acre at Baxley. Ga. C. W. Sinclair and parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilt GOLDEN KOSE; I

SD i REFINISHED farm near Brooker; finest land Mi1. Slade, Jr.? wiU arrive this of Detroit. Mich., Billy Coition, al. --- FLOUR SELF RISING; 10 Ib 75 I r. :
for farming blab and dry In wet weekend. so of Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel S C "
|Drop l.Card weather Ha attractive 6roommodern KING GUARANTEED .
l\MATTRESS: CO. house, electricity,' electric Father's Day GIFTS: at ALVAREZ. Colson, Jr, .and son, Jimmy, of I'f lYSETZEII'i9 f:
pump, t barn and aunts ,
ware- Panama City, and Buddy'a '
210 Palatka, Flm. house w lc'"I: the hou a e and FOR A DAY .
5 acre If prefer smaller place or Beryl Jean St. Peter of Gains- Hiss Ruth Wilt and Mrs. Don ; White or Whole Wheat. :NO I CAN 8TAND4KDTOMATOES ty :
would consider tradingor com- vllle was the guest of FlorenceP. Wilt and two daughters. All returned -

[FOR SALE parable Umlte.,-value N. D. Wainwright In Htark city Jr.! Brown the early part of the home Saturday except Mrs. BREAD LOAF lOc 9c : '
Realtor Starke, Fla. tfVH '' Wilt and Miss Ann Wilt, who are -

I,II.,,it.ot BEDROOM Starke, ]residence ut com- \ PAY YOU 7Ho a pound for old 'I week.Mr.. and' Mrs. D. A. Monteith still with the Colson I t t t1'1.
Cheap| for halt ea h. clean waste cotton ram. please and daughter, Margaret of Eustis Mrs. T. H. Osborne will leave
1M I and Concrete Block keep all buttons. No pants. Brad to spend a two IN OUR MARKET FRUITS & VEGETABLES ; :
I'iptit price In town. ford County Telegraph.FOR were visiting friends and relatives Saturday morning (
ABa: halt glees, :I'S"sS'S". here Sunday. weeks' vacation in Houston, Texas I ,
HALE Klectrlc 4

[LIVE/ .' Emmett and sons, where Mr. Osborne la attending
Cement Ola Block, 7ty cu. ft. new deluxe finish Gahagan
nl. Concrete Pipe Steppln' Thin, box) guaranteed mechanically Bobby and Jack of Savannah Ga. the University of Houston. Mr. MTUE.\K 'o LEAN: END CUTS CHOUNNEW WHITE I

Irtn". Pie., Mortar Mix, '..ct. perfect Can be and seen otherwise night' or per day visited Mr. Gahagan's mother, and Mrs. John Christianson will I

ok i hiullng. Fill diet for; at Service Center, Starke, Fin.tf Mrs. Mattie Gahagan, Wednesday accompany Mr. Osborne and will, BACON, lb. 29c POTATOES 5 Ibs. 29c /
Christiansen's daughter
| LOTS In city limit. of and Thursday of last week. visit Mrs. t

",.I.hIah ground. UOO up FOR SALE: One Raw;; oaR Mrs. Wallace Carson and son, Edna Mae.
per mo. Machine In A-1 herguest
or type 0( bulldlnc eon.Onlvanlied onable. Call 144 or see at 325 Tem Frankie, left Sunday for Pittsburgh Dottie Sue Biggs had as ENI CUT I ;

el'WR Pipe. plo Ave., Shull'a Plumbing cvItp>, Pa., to loin Mr. Carson and Tuesday, ,. Paula McLaurln Give Him A Pork Chops lb. 49c BANANAS, Ib. 1 121 c !

13.8 per yard in --- :., -
Inwdw FOR SALE: :2 I cabins of t unit -.- -- Practical Gift i
: ra 1 4'Wheel 1 drive' ,dump ai-ht, completely furnished: ass
with 10 In winch. refrigerator bath, to be moved I C'KOU I1KK i
ORn l F.'f.nE"'RI"a off premise See C'. R. White : .
Ed.... CO.H head Cities Hervlce !'Station.
SALE to Lawt..y. S.II ,Sip GIFT Skd; ; Sausage 29 PEAS, 2 Ibs. 19c 1
order Photo- HATS
; : KOR PALE: 2 lots with 4 (rood II STETSON I
ula'tiontorinouldlna; ; .tt houses., In Reno.; Mamie PellAustin
All work guaranteed 4fp 7-2 $10 & $12.50 fl4sxen


tC furnished, and unftirnlahed, apartment .. SUGGESTIONS lw: I LEMONS 25c .1 I !I I
*; also .parat.roomand. Ib. 55c ( t
L YOUR TIMBER bath house; shady yard. close' In ,
neaonabl tot W. Had lion. tt I ..
FOR 1.1
t Cash Prices Paid WANTED: We Oldltf.r you 7'4c I I JUICY' FLORID.\ THmm
a pound for rates. We $3.50: RULE IIONVETMargarine
prefer them clean and huttonlei I
L BUY IS No pant. Bradford County Telearaph. ORANGES
lb. 39c 27c
OR l IN:t UNIT tf I II .:'

CHICKt.N8: FOR HALE at market II I t
price. Twin Oak Farm, Latter-
Dn'I'. tiff. PECK man'n, Highway 301, t ml. couth BOTANY TIES
p.; ". Box 463 of Starke. lip I 1 Ib; 3 Ibs. i iPr it

Gainesville, Fla. SALESMAN WANTED: Reliableman $1.00 & $1.50INTERWOVEN R
to succeed O. Pace as Dealer t
In Ettker County 1600 families. ,
Ire a postcard and I Experience not necessary. Fine Pure Lard 28c 83ci

II| tome see you. 'opportunity profitable business to step: soldturs125 Into old. JUNE 20th I
Products have been Pipes 'r SOX ti
AID hustler.. ,
Crean DealerttDee ea r
Nmove cotton ra.a. Adjoining making in 75e"UEI.TS >r .N' ,eLIBRY
tnlttnns &
0 n No pant. sales of over 1101) weekly.' For FANCY WeRY'S! t\lCLY GARDEN'a
&aJfe C'o a pound for partleularm write. Jiawlelanept. '
T.lecraph. D..pt. .FAF.nO.H2.f@mphl.. 1 Ib. cansCigarette ts.- I I J
I Tenn. Itp T-2; TOMATO JUICE 12c PEAS ;ll 19cIOT.R'S "
".., bile write ail lineal ad4I'
liability. unfurnished Lighters
oIf me" for and WANTED: I bedroom
II D, Your insurance house In Starke. Permanent ten. I '
S 8. Rainwrlaht Phone I Jr. 120 ant. Will lease for at 1 leaat 1 C & Cigarettes art'
is. tI vear. Phone 29 or write Box 431- I ) : DELIGHT ..

.ro.k'rab'bUta.g'm"unt I'HEAP,no;-dUly body.Iin tran.ml.I',4-ton Also a. H'FOR vat RENT bath:and 3-room screenMadison.apt. plus' n.a.H'arke prl.Itp.. I II I +. Flashlights Sets ,. ;:':-rr-:. ..,.. ,I $1.50 & $3.50FI.OnSIIEI MEAL 5lbs. 43c GRITS, 5 Ibs. 45c r rARChIER

Coed lumber onable. 421 rear.
I Ise ti See. Blake Jackson it '-25F .. : I -
"reef;h house 14x20, t FOR SALE OR TRADE for lot.: : "
exud flre''ar' lumber. hound 4 mo. old' Also .-- .-,.- tJ.l
1 Walker
astern Plumbing ftaturu a Walker and Bloodhound. mix- StationeryPlaying ; $13.50PAJAMAS SAUSAGE 15c Prune Juice Qt. I9c I
Davis l JU.ko I
ass botplve' sink el.e. .d. week. old. A. T. ,. M 4
pace heater eater...a"nt 1. Rex 408. Lawter. Fla. Up I Cards, f ', '4 I I I ,

NPbeesfurnitur.! and N. ahead cows. marked east j I j
ISST: 'UK.\IIT.\Or.: '
I11S1' alone half erop, ..row .P""t .' Sun Glasses 1S t LARGE BOX -1 1DREFT
ea.h plumblog j
M .' seen In latter part of January. (Wings) b. ,
""T E T move to your deg P. D. Reddlh forSip a s6 Thermos Bottles I 29c FEED
CkuAk'atthw. reelPhon.- i I BAG 1.49
'Pll A .*! o. $3.95 & $1.95 .
tf sKwiso *. ALTERATIONS: >fr*.
D Fonythe. new 'Blandln rt ?
for i

,?1ft.RA.re"bll i shout::epo"rl"..5lar Si..Of.-Iba.Probably large l*Kerrlll.. about I.mRle.".O.In.It* FOR N.heater Church BALE. I.; Box fan 41-ln.: SO-gal.St.114-. exhaust Btarke.Harry' automalla fan' PP.: water 14. l'electrlo llf lip"P In.Starke ::1 CARPENTER'SYour AlvarezEST RICE'::: : EXTRA BLUE RICELAND FANCY ROSE Pkg.3 11,: 49c "

1.l. Rexall Drug Store :
W : T June near Keystoner
""OttOf.ftlm.hoSanrh. limp 'H..llta., Male, lI'.edl""I :' Stoke. FIa. I I II
Ie Munxfng chair and white Bull T.rr I .5 Phone 8 4 .
/ I
..'e lI "" .......r. to Milp rt" no coll.r.tor J J I--- 14
c 1 da rlSunday; Iii v.rd for Infol'maOtlon..I p'adm I --/1
Chureb -
Jlre. A.. :/. ta '*_"*ry.' 1t -- ------- --- -
U wortb. Hampton.
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j PAGE SIX BRADFORD OOCNTT_TEXEXiKATH._STARKC. FLORIDA__________________________ fll.m.t tttti


seal at Btarke Florida. Ihla Jane Lots(4.. (*. B,ctlon ond East IJi.1 feet tba East aeconda West 854 E feet to a to the Southerly right of way line East line
-: ." r'IIA".TorliT.. HMADFOHDINTIT. Co"r and cause ...r.i. ognl7T.l.cr.ph 1. 104$. 17. Township r 11 line of SWfe of SEV1 t said section 111 on aurvey Una of State Road of Section I 1811)thence ) Leiloii 23

.'(> YL4IJR A| In 4.HA- dl".r.. publish tbla Order torXOIAl. PEAL) A. 1.Thomaa., E..t OntlnJ.c: %0 ; moreName ..r 1* at a point u".n feet North' 216. SectIon till designated aa Sta.tlon uogttU" degrees 84mlnutea Town of t lii,,

CKHV.Mas A.. of of Soatheaat corner of alWte 210 + SI.7 the POINT 01 BEGINNING .. 21108 feet; Containing
laauea. c..r
Koaen (Formerly) known .la Witness n"it four m w..k'. "" and official T Fr.nl "Cl.rl.. fitarke. Fla la ""bkl A... : Harvey .f HE loot Section 13.Colitainlof k ; thence run de thence run South t degrees 20 minutes exclusive of

MMK H"b"r. Plaintiff V. 5 eal at *tar Florida tbla June AU,. .-4 4 ., L Wbi_ l.ts acres more or laaa.aelnaive grvea el mlnutea OK aecvnds West 81 aeconda East Iii feet; i isting road thst

JKthel u1 brt.r n..n Ld"ad.nl H, 1040. .. All of aald property beingIn theCounty of that ok ex- too feet to South end of 4Itcl. thence run North 18 degree 11 mln.utea Parcel No. 17 1ht
I Case .0. ( BEAD A. I. Tbomaa, IN riRct. ? ('OI- IT. BnaorORDl of
; AND NOTICE TO APPEAR AshleySt. (0:011Primrose tnl4Sa oertl- That of: 1.1 acres more or I.... That PIT
IS W..t
Kch H. liouclaa, .ue/ c.nl'let. .r STATION part
BTATE OF FLORIDA to: NFL LenaMason. flca.ea of Lot *4. Lots IS 16 LATERAL DITCH RIGHT Parcel No. PHD No. of; A151.
Mason. Plaintiff accordingto .
., Jacksonville, Fla.Atty. Lt 1. 3
whoae real4enc 130 4> 00.0 ) I 8Wtb
Xthel Gelebrter Hoaen for Plf. f t and a44rss lat 1141 WhelrAvenue I' I OKDKK OF PfBLJCATION .t such ..rtl.I. or rertlflcatea will to II.t thereof recorded That part of: ae.' LATERAL DITCH LEFT STATION de.cribed

,' Bronx Jv.w Turk. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR be ." hlgbeat bidder at I. Plat liook 1 17, public Re.o'd.ol Lot to Woodlawn Subll"hlon. In 123 + 48 0 Commence a. toii0 ,

You are reuulred tv appear on tl CIMCtlT COtHT. MMAUFONUCOl % STATE OF FLORIDA) to: Lena the Court House door on the first Bradford County, Floid. cording to plat th.r.ol r..C.d. .. That portion of: of Section at
July t. 1101, tbs above named FLOetlUAl IM """ Monday In the of SectIon 10. Township Plat Book 1. page 17. Woodlawn 2$, '
TI. Maaon. whose r..ld.ne la month July 11. uth FloridaIn Lot 41. SubdivIsion, Range 23
Court and cause wherein plaintiff I ,: No 1. Beaufort. RF.V.' which la the Sth day of I u. J'4a.Dated Range It EaaU cords of Bradford County of Section according to plat thereof recordedIn 1148V feet Eaut; ihetce tillD I
County c of of >Ett
Bradford t>
I seek* divorce. Edna Jeffries. Plaintiff are Srd lying within (0 feet each aid. of BEVi EV Plat Vook 1 17. Public Ha Section Slong
this Order TOi r.qgl.d .pp.r thla day of June l.4f. 5 South Range ttEaat. 23- west
Telegraph ab.J publish laauee.Wltnesa I Clark Jeffrlea, ld.nd."t Ca.seNo. 14(1( .b" (OFFICIAL f A. J. Thomaa. eurver lIne of State Road I2t. Section SI. Townabip within IS feet each aide cord of Br.dford County. F'orld.' trreea 1$1 thenc. p1 lIii

to next w..IJ and official 'C40. PUBLICATION Court .nd
t hi. June 1. I ORDER OF seeks .. Bradford County Coanty. rlorlda t-4 *.2e4N described aa paaslaa; o..r 20 Townahlp I South, Rang Road 225,
( TO APPEAR8TATE centerline: ton Seeti0
al at Fl.rI4. I AND "lar"I.frl. Telegraph Khali pub.I.1 this OrderIn I .ro.. Section tl.( Townabip South, East line cf SEli of East 5ignate 2
4I OF FLORIDA to I Begin on
I next four "' Range 22 East follows ti. lying within feet each aide of thefollowing
aa run
A. I. Tbomaa, j..u.. THE : Section tl. Township 11 South 5
: % Of
( r..ld''c. hand nle.T dPIp.
Wltneea and Beginning the West ..
my ottl.I.1 on Unaof Section dltcb Center.linet second.
CourtT. East, at apoint .Ib.d Wept
Mid OPlo.Tou
I C I South,
A. Cl.rk CIT.
Frank Landrum.. Itak., FlaAMy. .L.U".rJ. Clurbu... on aeal at tftarke, Fl.rld.this May IICHTH "LU..L FLORIDA. %0. at a point 1&0'.1 feet Northof 403.5 tnrl': of Southeaat F'EOINNINO of feet

for rif. I f-IS July 12 In.. above namedCourt t*. 1411.OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. 4T LAW .NO.fOI TBRADFORD Sutb..t corner 9t said Section corner of of Section Commence on the Waat line of SW(4 btrro0 pIt
1. ( ; run North 7a Ielutnut.a
Tboma.A. -
IIminutes of Section 20 Townabip 5 South
wherein plaintiff 11 thence run degreea tj
and of CtNTI. a polltlcaJeubOivlalon greea 14 *B seconds East ; :Bc.08vuTSwBUM,,
County CI.rl of West test Range tt East at a point 1042
SI seconds
'V li rmrtiT ('OIMT. I4 FOkD wka dlvorebradford Evan T. ". Law Exchange of FloridaFetltioaer .57.2 feet ta the beginning of acurve 3".1
shall publish this Ord.r to end of ditch.Containing feet North of Southweet corner of
11 (: Telegraph' Jacksonville Fla.
rotary H.II Bldg. concave to the
FLOIU. I.... Section 10. thane run
laauea.Wltneaa 5.th.t more or North
in next four weekly 6-4 "n .. .tl acre, .Id
CKatV Alt? for having a radlaa of S72* (3
t 24 minutes 48
hand and official F. L. CLARK. at at .4 7 (SA No. ) 74 degree aeconds
Plaintiff. vg Ktbtl my a total central angle of t de4rr P..I1o I
( am Bl.Ld.ndant East 2308 feet along lineof
.. B.II Florida this June IV riHcrir o i XT. MMAIOFOMU L1.D.nt.J BORROW fit survey
c... No 4424 aeal at Hiarke, M ; thence Road
I nn.t. .al Neut. Slat 228 Section fillto
OF .ot''TY. F..IU. C. designated
fit a point on right
SEAL) A. J. Tbomaa. theerd [That of: )
APPEAR ( aald rnrvej thence
NOTICE TO 1. BMINKNT DOMAIN PK4>CatatDUMsB' .f' ? P.r map a* Station 112 + ...G. the
toEthel Clerk of said Court.R. I and 46. Woodlawn Subdivision se000di s sbyTAVfBJ'cl
North 7*
Aa degreea tl
STATE OF FLORIDA Francis D. H yde>r. Plaintiff ". IN TUB .' mlnutea 01 ac> OF BEGINNING of ditch thence
wboae residence ka unknown. H. Duncan. 101 Lynch Bide, Klsle, Herder Defendant. Caa* STATE 1..E O THat Coda East 4t7t.lt feet to tb. begiaarng according to Plat thereof PIT thence minute. run North i, p
r run It degrees 12
JI I to appear on Jacksonville. Fl. No. TO ALl rL..04 ; of a curve concave to the recorded in Plat Book 1. Page 17, ; .Norl to POINT aoondu w.

July oI..n.. .= th. abov namedr Ally for Plf. ..1 4t ,., ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND TO WHOM IT ..NCR.1ra South having: a radius of 181*.81 Public Record of Bradford County i 108 .II: ml.ute.thence run 32 .ond.14 Weat degree Containing Op BEGINrML
.?* .: wherein plaintiff AND NOTICE TO APPEAR and a total central angle of Florida In NWU of 8KH Sectiont 1.14 ,

4 *eek.rt* dl.Ore.. tfraarorn count IN riaicciT c.mi VIJUU. BTATK OF FLORIDA to: Elsie L. .Clark. Florida a .i..J woman fe 4..r. I* minutes. ; thence run *. To..blp t SOltl o RDC. tt 05 feat* .l to minutes end of 82 ..014.. Weal ?: 14 an4 fftl I

", C publish thla OrderID COl'WTY. PLOaiUAl IN CUAMcacmr. I."d.r. whose ...Id.ne. la: 10S B. P..B. ClarkMa.iA. Easterly along said curve *4.PI fe t Eaat, .. .. 010. Containing .04* dIth. .,or leaa. chard That ft"I, 1

iiZt four w. kly i. UOS. .. Perkasl. Clark through a central angle of I d. Commence at Iho cornerof "i Dlncfelaer CJ. '" l
hand and official C. va.Wrmlnla t': 14 mlnutee 4* aeconda SWfe of 8EU, of Section That Parcela t. and 10 areowned hold ii
Witness my Anthony Pllnll. are to appear on FloridaCaaal to 1.Ta.b.p parcels
: Xtsrke. tb
Florida. tbla June I..to.. Case In above line of said Section to. at t South Range tl by Charlie Oaaklna and a lb. WT
i k.al I at tftru.. L..to. .1) 8. I.. n.m. Tlmaer Corpora tioa. a point Jeanetta Qaakln and are occupied. arcel No. 10I1IORT ,V!
7. It4t. No. *4>l **, .h.r.ln Corporation Fle. ." feet North of Soutbtaet corner I thence run North 1 ttt.28 feet a-
I' OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Tbomaa ORDER OF PUBLICATION Cour c... Bradford County Tallahassee. Florida of said Section S*. Itmg East line of SWVi of Ett of Parcel No BORROW 11 HRD No. 24) That tip -

A. Clrk of said Court. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Telegraph shall publish thla Order CbsxUe OasklnaJeenett Containing t eorea more or 1..1 said Section .; thence run South PIT Town ''part of

Zach H Douglas. I Welt A.bl.7 sTATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs in neat four weekly laeuea.Wltnesa UasklnaMtarke exclusive' of that old ex 74 degreea 14 mlnutea 48 aeronda BRROW IIT NO. 4 (PART) Section 23 Lawtey, It
"ti f rit.. Jacksonville$ Erminia Locaeto whlee residenceand my hand and official seal Florida tiling right of way West Its 1 feet along survey line trlncg'ar strip of land In Lot Range 33 Tow1510 !

Atty. for Plf .-Il 4 71iw addrese la(010 7.t A".o.. at Ht.rl., Florida this Jun 2. L, Rbodea "L. of State Road tti Hectlon till to 28, Subdivision according each aide East, lying '
Brooklyn' 17. New 114ftOFCiCIAL .L Rhodea of.VH a point designated .. Station 101 + to plat thereof recorded In Plat Road of '

( : to on ( BEAD A. J. Thomaa .. ,., .r : 94 on right' of way map; thence Book 1. page 17. Public Record of line 225, 8ctioii 5fi.

I rOI'MTY.'F-.4' You are required in : named A* Clerk of said Court.Rvan Frank Plorld. NW.*,fo"E\ %; Nerth la degrees IS mInutes 52 : Bradford County, Florida In SKH in being .
n. the
It on
aMldny. July wherein:. T. Evans Law ExchangePldg. ., Florida rvr\,* ; onds West 100 foal to POINT of SEU of NW>4 of Section to, of th. East line ofly
Cat. Plaintiff ... I Court cauae... County .. Jacksonville.. Fla. Loarette. BuchboltaMtarke. 8WV. of BWU NWta of PEUINNINQ of B.rro. Pit No. : Township 5 South. Hang 22 Ea.t Sout Sctioii 13, 'ro.,
I 8.1 se.'k. "" Range
,'t. Lloyd .t. Val.ndet CaaNo. tbla Order Alt?. Plf. ... 4t 4-tS Florida tl. leto. thence run ... described aa followa: 3311.5 23 E.t
publish I feet
( Telegraph .h.1 Township South ,. Begin the East line of North
0020, P. Rnc. mlnutea 01 seconds East ; on NWi of o?
weekly laeuea. Mmltby a widow lying within to f ncr of
In neat uald
I Mc.d. the
# R.a SW
OF PUBLICATION? l "Rr..T COICIT. VilDFOKUIOU thence run North II degrees 25 Section 20 Township 5 South
) ORUIR TO APPEAR Witness my band and officialaeal I II "TY, FLOHIUAl IV (II *,- Itrk.. Blanrhard .r" line _of It.t. Road. t2S. Beetlon minutes St seconds West 600 feet: Range 21 Eaat at a point 2740.1 lion of 23. sail point b,1t1

STATE OF KLOU1DA to: Lloyd at Hiarke. Florida this June 4 fcitrH "I.BlarwbardHtarke described 2111. ld 1. being thence run Mouth 7< degrees 14minutes feet North of Southeast corner of arc a curve conclv,

Dale e.t. .ho.. residence i. un I I. 1041. "rmlne r*. Balaano PI.I"tf. ". Florida crosa Section a. 1..1.. ... and a- 08 aeconda West SOO feet; W>4 of aald Section 20: thane run a having total a radio. of l9lQ5

I C9FFICIL SEAL) A. J. Thom. A. C. Ned Bal".no. D.rnd.nt( < I I. Dingfelder Range tt East followa f South, thence run South 13 degreea. 25mlnutea North 0 degrees t mlnutea 08 seconds 1* minutes central angle of Ii

1 You arc required to appear on A a Clerk of Courl No. un M Dinjf.Idermarl. Beginning the aa West line: St ...nd. East 600 feet East lit along East line bearing ; themes frt
on of Sec
In the abov namedCourt T. Frank Htarke, nf NWH of said Section 10 of $Outh it
July IS IHS, Lndrum. Pla. ORDER (10' PPBLICATIOM ". Florida (inn II. Township t South t. PINT OF BEGINNING. ; tb..c. minute, dtp
and cause, wherein ,1.lnUf Atty. for '.I C 7-t AND NOTICB TO APPEAR John B. Dye t! East. at a point 1717,.15 Range feet 1.4t acrea, more or laaa. run South 79 degree 28 mlnutea erly along 05 *con4g Etit ni

<*, eeeka dlvorr. Bradford sTATE OP FLORIDA to: AC.. $u.l. Bell DyeHtarke. North of Southwest corner of said ALSO 08 ..."nd. Wast 41.41 feet; thencerun through said curve 1

\ t Telegraph .b.1 publish tltla Ord. li rinctrr corHT. BRADFORD Ned Balaano whoae resldenc I.: Florida i SectIon tl. said point being' in the SORROW PIT NO. 4 South 10 derreea 11 minutes 52aeconda gree. 43 mInute.a central anpl5
% la n.It leeuea.Witness 131 East fray Street Charlie A. Howe That part of East 108 t feet to ,POINT 14 utcomb
1 & urm"h : official c.otOrY. FLOHIUAl I* CHAWCKMY. Cb.r..t.o. arc of a curve concave the South end of .aid
and Uoodlawn Subdivision OF curve;
8. Starke, Florida Lois t* and 14. BEGINNING. th.0
i C.You a radius of 181 81 feet anda degree,
.*.1 at Btarke, Florida. tbl June to" according to plat thereof Containing .1 more or lea.. 22 minute. i
\ o, ar ..ulr.4 on 'And to all and total central angle of tl .. acre s.t
.t 7. 141.OFFICIAL. Mike P.or..PI.I"tlf.. ..Mary.. June 2$. It4l. tt .b".pp.r'. having or .r.n. right p.rl., I* mlnutea: thence d..r. recorded In Plat Book 1, page 17. That Parcel 111 I. owned by 1 1451.23 feet to Ba;. t
No. OI a L Containing
:.4 1. ( SEAL) A. J. Thome dor. F..j Court and ttl fron t..c..t Public o'.Bradford County Rhoden and Rhoden .0t acra, mtr.e
.ald Court. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND ..u. .h.r.'n pl.lntf I.t.r..t. ..t.t. mortgage or bearing of North .. ... I.cod. 1.r, Parcel No 10DITCH
Aa Clerk of seeka Bradford obe. Florida of $E% In not occupied.
>\ tatnutee 48 :1' and
Co..t to certain East Eaatthrough.a
!. V. K. Knlirht Htarke. Fla.Atty. STATIC OF tw Prorb pabllen' .I. ., 1.. ... I.. 01...th. p"l .niv alnac .." manY. iii 15 r.- SWV, of NE. Section 20. Parcel No. 12 (SRD No. anDITCH EASEMENT
for 71C0CL0 FI.OHIOA. In next weeklv o..h. i s 12 East da- LATERAL DITCH
4 M.r"l laauea.Wltneea shin
Ill. .J .blp"j EASEMENT LEP'f
1 I ; -__ Fedor._ wboaa _residence I* S40 hand ;Iu.e In that portion .ntr.I"Cl.jl degrees scribed S.lb. Rn. 202 22.5 p
i I41rd Cleveland onto. my and official Boctlon State Road tzt OS minutes 1* aeconda to the LATERAL DITCH LEFT STATION That"portion
; .i ? cot PIT. ..ADFOIIDCOtWTY. You Ilr..t.required to appear on aeal at Marke, Florida, thIs May from Lawtey to the lisle Farm la and of aald rgr".. thence roa South Commence on the West lln* of 22S + 00.0 Diagonal of;

,;:"r: FLUMIUAl II CHAN. July 6. 141. In the above named 27 Bradford County Florida aa 74 degreea 01 mlnotea I tt eeconde NWU of NW* of KEVi of said Section That part of: Weal Lot S, Tnam >
tEV Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ( F ,4iALEAl..) A. J. Tbomaa. surveyed and platted by lo.W East Its!.7< feet to the East liner to. at a point 11188 feet Northof SW' of NWH nf Section 5 Railway Sectit, m
1 BLt. of.SW1 ship South
i (l. Walter J. Tbom".on.PI.lntf. TB. aeeka divorce) Bradford County Aa Court.Joseph Road Jp.rtm.nt of the Section tl at a point 11.1.4 feet Southwest corner of 8E(4( of Bald. ,to South. R.n.. It within 20 > 3tan. 3 u

EU. TbompaD. CaaeNo. Telecraph aball publish (his I OrderIn K. 8klppr. Williams Bldg. P1..ld. by location Map North of Southeast _ra.r said Section 20; thenca run North 7* d. Eaat. lying within 25 feet aid lowing feet each ldsoni

''u, V..nd.nl neat four weekly laauea : 7 W. .. .. Jacksonville Fla a.d of Way Map thereof oa Section tt. greea 18 mlnutea 08 seconds E..t'' of the following described ditch Commence deacribed ditch ??

ORDER OF PUBLICATION Wltneaa my* hand and official ...1 Atty. for Plf. i-U.t '-llt file In the office of the Clerk of the Co.t.lol.. 21 acrea. mere or leaa, 107.01 feet to a pint on surveylins centerllne: of at the SouthwtK

'r 1'1'' AND NOTICE TO APPEAR at 8tarke, Florida, Juno 1, __ Circuit Court la and for Bradford exclusive of that part In old ex- of State Road Section tilldealgnated Pvarln on the West line of BWH 8BH of SWH of SMI

1: rATE OF FLORIDA to: Ella 1040. cmcriT oofHT. BRADFORDCOUNTY. County Florid.true copies .f saId I.'n.' right of way. aa Station 148 e>- 00; NWH of Section 2!. Townahlp of Township thence 8 South BaniVa

'1,1,;: I .. wboae residence la unknown. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thom. FLOMIOAI .IN. CHAN.CKRY maps b.I. to the Petition thence run North 10 degree. tlmlnutea South, Rang tt East at a point Wt line run North 11171 tat

t'. A. Cl.rl of .. Court filed 'In the above .nUle cauee .. That part of: 32 second West lOB feet 443.3 feet North of Southwest corner Section of said SEH ofy

f ( You are required to appear on Rivera eV And..n. Or eon 10" Amy Morrla, Plaintiff the tth day of M. 141, EH of SW of REli nf Section to POINT OF BEGINNING of Bor- of said 8W" of NWH of Sec line of 21 to a point on tk

.1 July II. l 0040. in the above namedCourt Bprlnars, F).. Defendant C... No.va .erc Bradford (:0,17. political subdivision t!. Township\S South Range It i row pit No. 4: thence run North tt lon 12: South 21 degree 2811 State Read ZIi.

''. and cause, wherein plaintiff Alt?. for Plf. ,.< I.-n MCrrl. OF of Plate of Florida, East lying within 4O feet each aide degrees 28 minute 08 second East I minute* 52 seconds East 5OO aa ahown an right ot n

't ... divorce Bradford County AND PCFLCATIOI agalnat. you. and each of you. aaak- of.any"." line of State Read Its, SOO feet; thence run North 10 degrees feet mora or lea* to the South lln thereof of said point being
f Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn tug to condemn for public road andhighway Section minutes 82 aeconda West of NWM of said arc a curve concave ton,
till said I C
I* nun? BRADFORDCOUNTY. BTATE or aurvey line be
'r neit four weekly lames rO..T. FLORIDA to: Bru' purpoaea said 'ing described 450 .. ; thence run South It degrees Containing .87 acre, r.r lesa. having; a radius of 1910.01;,
[' IN "'H.N.Cell. Morris laat known Ib p.rl. passing over and total
reel Wet a central
and official .bo. 28 minute OS second angle of in
Witness band of land. and That Frank
... across WH of of hold a Judg
HE"4 said
) and ... .lu.t. Section O.I"ltb
1. Ibis 0th was 450 87 feet to Weat line of BWW of 18 mlnutea; thence from '
:: .I.t tt.rk.. Florida. Dn..r. Pradford Florida and moreparticularly tt aa follows: mont against .. i
Lr( of June. ., l'I.Intt. ".. 01. I. Color.do.Tou described .. followa: PWt of NEl of said t olnmrl; Parcel No. IS .p.rr.1 No. U) bearing; of South 10 titnlmlnutea

;. '.. (OFFICIAL BEAT.) A. J. Th.m.'J .Ib.r lv are required to appear on Parcel No. I lORD No. I) Beginning on the West line of thence run South 4 degre RIOHT OF WAT 04 secondi Eait,
A. Clerk of eald Court ) OF PUBLICATIONAND June tl, 141 In the above named RIGHT OF PEH of Section I!. Townahlp I .OR seconda East til feet along That part of: Eaeterly along said curv II

I John J. Henderson NOTICE TO APPEAR Court and eauae. wherein WAY South Range tt East at a point said, West line of BW% of ofNE' EH of SEH: of SEH of Section to a point on ald sort,
pl.'nUI That portion of 22
.f alt. Kla.Atty. STATE OF FLOItlDA to: Otto L. seeka divoreBradford : 13110 4 feet North of Southwest cor. of acid ; aWl Townahlp 5 designated aa Station S5J )
\ Auc..U. of NWV. of of Section S..to. Rang
4-11 4t 7-1 Kuerle whose residence I. 11.40 Telegraph shall this Order WH NWi ncr of said SEM of Section tt; South 10 mln.I.. 51 lying within 'tbi. hu East aatd purvey lint, the tin
f.r Ill. 7Ind ilr..t Jackaon llel.hts, Lu. In next four .."ubl.b. ... IS. Township a /outh..Rangetl Ihen. run South 8* deg .cs IV mm.Ut.u seconds .d.ar.. I to POINT OFBEGININO. of 'e aid* ofsurvey BEOINNIXQ of dltrft cot
East lyIng within each 11 t.e State Road *25
tT\If I c-oi NT. 10110RYOO'T York. Wltneaa my hand and official St aeconda East 1141.IK feet In. thenc run North 10 tri
I nlI'I'' P-OIIUAI i.'.:U.N. You are required to appear on seat at Btarke. Florida, thla May side of the .ur"." line of StateRoad to the East line of WH of BE<4 of Containing 5 07 acrea. mora or lea.. described .. aald aurvey line being mlnut 11 secondn, East, I It
i'"L. july I. mil In the abe. nam..iCourt 27. 1040 i 225. Kectlon tilt d..clb.. asfoliowa ..1. Section tt at a point IIt7..t A r art. p..anc over and a- thence run North 4 i-trtnl I]

:,1 Jamea t. ".. "and rauae, wherein plaintiff' : t..t nnth of li.fh.... enenee..Csw .ro. E\ of % ..Id S.elo. utea 47 aeconda Went Blot
Pap pan. Pl.lnlll. (OFFICIAL BRAD A. J. Thomaa -- PIT NO. .. ..
\, '.i Haael Louise ..k. divorce. Pradford County Aa Clerk of ..id Kearln on the Weet lint of NWK of' of BEU of said -l.t-' tl tORROW of I '.-.. run Nortn zi degrees on n

I Caav No. 0410.oRrER .Jp. Telearraph ahall publish I thla Ord.r Or..n A Oreen Court, Fla. NVv of H-ctlon 2$. Township I I Containing .t acre or I..., Lots 18 and 29 Woodlawn Subdivision B."ln of on the Wet line of EH of 47 second Weal OS feet to ttlln

OF PUBLICATION In next four weekly Issues AU,.. for Plf. Bt.r. "Mouth. Range tl East at a point clue1ve. of Iha part In old ez- according to plat thereofrecorded South 21. Township 3 of NWI& of OWLI of''

,, AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Wlta... my band and official. meal 1.1 -. 6Ii.6 feet Kouth of Northwest cor (sting right way. In Plat Pooh 1, page 17. 112745, Rang feet 21 East at a point 23. Township 6 South, FU-
;' I"" BTATE OF FLOHIOA to: Haael at Htarke, Florida, this .un. 3, n.r ( said Section tt: thence run Parcel No. S (RRD No. 17) Public Records of Bradford CountyFlorida. of of Southwestcorner East at a point 1512J tot
/ Louise Pappaa, wboae. lait known 1041. IV < IH<'IT COllIeMNADYORI) North 7* degrees. 12 mlnutee 01 aao- DITCH EASEMENT In WV* of NW% of BWU 22. 8E\4 of 8E' of Section of Southeast corner of 8"BWH

." reeldence and address was: % c.. (OFFICIAL BEAt) A. J Tbomaa ( >l'XTV, FLOHIUAI IN IHAt' o.d. East 1141 4 feet to Eaat line LATERAL DITCH RIOH T AND of 11, Townahlp I South mlnutea thence run decree t* of aald Section !3.
J blanca Cafe., Emit Beaald Avenue, of aald Court. C'JRTIdl. of NW" of NW% of said Section LEFT STATION M + 400 ."Seton East describe metes, to the aeconda East 111415 Containing .2 sore, more ot
Lunar Beach Carlton Brown Law Exchange Howard. Plaintiff It point HOT feet That bl f..t Eaat line of 8ES4 of
: C.ltornl. va. Sut01 portion of: and bounds aa follows: Section 11 That Parcels II and II in
I You are r.qulrd appear on Hide-, Jacksonville. Fla. WI.ol Howard Defen Nortbeaat corner of said Lota 45. 40. tl and SS. Wood-' Commence at the Southwest cornerof North at a point 1J4S4 feet by John B Dye and Suite Band <

'' July IX. 11 4s. Is above named Atty. for Plf. .., I .-n dant. c. SIlO NW% of aald Section tt.Containing lawn Subdlvlalon. according to plat NWVi of SWVi of Section SI, Section of 12.Southeast corner of said are not occupied

I' Court and cause, wberela Plaintiff' ORDER OF PlTBLirATIOV .44 acre, more or I...thereof recorded in Plat Book Townahlp South, St Eaat; Parcel No. 20 ODD '
exclusive of that 'In old 1, I R..I. Containing acre, more or laaa
lacimrrrr exlatIng
)\ .. divorce.. Bradford County ( BHADFONDCOIlfiTr. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR part page 17. Public Records of Bradford thence run North feet alongW..t eatolualve of that BORROW PIT
.\ 1 T.l.r.pl aball publish Ihla Order FLOHIUAl IN CHAN' BTATE OF FLORIDA to: Rudolph right of way. County Florida, In WV4 of line of said Section to a sting right of part. In old ex That portion of the follow
I la
CKHV That sal J parcel b way.That
weekly laaues. Wilson Howard, whoae, .... I. < owne SE" of Section 10, Township point on .ur". line of scribed Porrow Pit drill) wh
!ta. R.d parcel 11
I" Wltneea my hand and official Anna "le) Oor., PI.lnt"'l ".. unknownYou Dora r.rk and la "". r. owned by
Range tt
IIS. Section till beIng Lot 7 of Block II
tend Into
aeal John Defendant. Case Parcel I HRD No. t-Rev) E.. Buchholti and I. occupied.
.. 1040.I at. Ntarke. Florida, tbla Iln. Kit. R No are ) appear on N.DITCH EASEMENT lying within' 10 each alda *of of a curve .onc.v. to the Suth. Lgr.U.P.rc.l 14 BUD No. 42)RIGHT of Lawtey, West of Pallet

t'V June IH. 141, In lrt.h.t above named LATERAL DITCH LEFT STATION the following described ditch c.n- having a radius of 18181 f.. OF tlon 23, Townahlp I Scott !
I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. I. Thorn ORDER OFPUBLICATION Court and cauae plaintiff terllne: a total c.ntr.1 angle of 24 degrees WAY 22 East, deacribed a> folio"
I A* Clerk of ..1 Court. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ...". It + tl.4t I That part of: '
.. 10 minutes from
Commence ; a tangentbearing Iff"
A J. Thomas Jr. Fl.. HTATB dlor" *f That certain parcel of land on the West line of SW tb.nc. E'i of NE'/i of SE14 of Section Commence at
Htarke, OF FLORIDA tot John maiden ., Pradford strip or of 8EM of of North 80 degrees 32mlnutea of Section 21, TownMilp I
j fur fit, R. (lore County and In NW of NWV Hectlon 1*. Township 22. NWJ4 of 8W44 of Section
Ally '.1 U 72CIRCVVT wrinsa) realdenue lat Hock- Telegraph publish this lying being % Houth. Range 48 aeconda Fart Easterly 23, 22 East, thence ni
Order tl Rang
Invham N C. .h.1 of 2$. South.Itanuts .! Eaat at a point ruf Township 5 South Range 22 Eaat.
In Hectlon Township
next laauea. I .01 feet North along aaid curve f..tthro..b Weal lint
13454 feet along
weekly of Bouthweat ;
II* COI'HT. .R"O"O." You are required to appear on tl East described .. that corner lying within 40 feet ef aurvey lineof tl
., COIIMTV. FLOnlUAl ll V July ] n. In the above named Wltnesa hand and official portion of said land lying within of SBV, of said Section 1*: th.nr. a central angle of IS minutes State Road 226, Section Section 23 to survey line
.. mJ to of <11, th"
: (' .1 at Ht. Florida, thla run North 8* d"cr" 09 mlnutea Ot a point on survey line said I Road itl. Section !
1"- CHAN.1' Court and cau... wherein plaintiff May It feet each elde of the following said Road aurvey line being described 8.I. St mitt
1 ... divorce. Bradford County U. 141.OFFICIAL. described ditch centerllne aeconda East 15.1 feet to the b.- d..lln.t.d on right ofway passing over end across of i South 89 degree.
Mary Katherlno Ilsm.bur.l>., Defen- Telegraph .h.1 publl ,n thla Order ( BEAD A. J. Tbomae, Commence on the West lbs of ginning of a concave to the South map 12 Rlal.n degrees 11+ 80; thencerun 34 of Section I and WH El 8W>4 of I seconds 25 East said Hi;nurvejr.1 feet llm tO
diint ras A. Clerk having a radlua of 7419.40 ml..t. 285 on
No. ftlT. In next .. of mail Court. lu.ll. Section Township 8
: Issuea. of NWVi of Hectlnn 21. Town South mi"1
aeconda to' i 21
I Eaat S23 feet deitreen
NW" a total South
.L I ORDKR OK WHnesw hand ami officialaeal T. Frank Indrum, Htarke, Fla. central angle of OF Range 22 East .. : run
PIILICATIOI i t Mouth. Range tl East at a 7 degreea 25 minutes HEO1NN1NO of Borrow Pit No. ; f"low. aeconda West 300 feet, HOT
AND NOTICF! at .. Florida thla June Ally fro Plf. I-n 4t point C'S.&S feet Mouth of Northwest ; thence run thence continue South 12 Begin on the West E% of It nit
.1 degrees 8
OP FLORiDA' toi, Mary I. 1411 Northeasterly along said curve 8E of Section 21 at South degrees
.J BTATI corner of said Bectlon t5 11 a point 1327 45 WH
Ramsburarh. whose ... (OFFICIAL BRAD A. J. Thomaa. IN ("IH('TIT COt HT. thence run North 78 degrees ttmlnutee : I .. through a central angleof feet mlnutea 14 secondS East 600 I feet North of Southwest corner SE% aecond Feet 200 feet ef Ij
4UIOHI 4 thence North
: *e an4 addreaa Is* % Carey Aa CI.rl of said Court. 4 411 cry. FLUHIDAl IN 09 fteconda East t74 4t feet degreea tt ml.ul." I seconds 48 !mlnutea run 14 77 degreea of SEH of said Section 21; thence BEOINNINO of Drain, Bjrl
lan. |D o W 4 KHYClarence a point on survey of State aeconda East 400 I No. 7; thence runHnuthlj
.j' HI., New York I".n T. Rvana ., :. .. along aurvey line of mate Road tit.rlectlon Road feet thence run Soth 89 degree 88 mlnutea 62aeconds spioiidsEOt''
22 ; North
$. Hectlon till run It degreea 31 mlnutea 52
Y. 1'). Flke destgnaten! ,
Jacksonville ,
) 1.. Plaintiff va. I Enat
dealgnatedaa feet
.N'a H.fW. till to a point on right of 11 mlnutea 14 aeconda II.I to the Eaat 0 d (ruteii "
.. West 680 South
1 required. to appear on Aly. f.. I'If. ..4 C Thereaa PIke ['.ndant. Case No It d> tt.4$ nn maid aurvey + way map It.lnn 98 feet thence i line of SEt Section 22 at a thence run 20 (fOt'
: i; July It, 141. above named .2 .S7.. fl.I.. 4000. the POINT OF ; run North 77 degrees i OH seconds Went
.: th. .. .b. Point of Beginning of NINO of 48 minutes East C4 feet pnlnt4 I feet North of South- P9 delretu U n
Court .. North
andau. ;
wheroln plaintiffxeiks Oltf>ER or .1. ; Z bndI .
PrilI.ICATION ditch ..n'.rln. : of said Section
'.tt dlvorie. Pradford IN CIRCUIT COURT HHAItFORD centerllne. thence run NorthII Ih..c. run 16 ".. thence run degreea 11 ,. 22; 52 aecond Went too fiPi.
,'t, T.I*.r.ph publish this County CO" TY. FLOHIUAl IX CIIAN AND NOTI( : TO APPEAR d... 07 mlnutea tt seconds utea tS aeconds. West, I feet minutes 14 seconds Weat 20 feet; thence continue South 89 degree 28 run North 0 degrees !1 mIt
$ .b.1 4.t: OF VUJItlDA to Thereaa West 10 feet; thence run North 91degrees minutes St second East 1044 feet POt
thence thenca run South to
In nest '" Issues .y. run North 7 41 mlii.it. 77 degrees 41 veconds Fast 20 feet
Flke degrees
Wltneea my hand anil Mary Clark plaintiff ".. whoae reslilenco I.: Lawrenvebury 84 minutes Ot aeconds East .. 13 seconds East 830.. feet to minutes 24 ""ond. Weet feet the beginning of a curve concave BEO1NNINO of Unrrnw Pit
4 Seal Htarke oflrlal Jeaele Clark Defendant. Cai.. No. Indiana. 50 feet; thence run Nerth 10 degrees North end of ditch to POINT OF BEGINNING. .5 to the South having a radIus of Containing 01 acre, moO
,. a You are required to 21 minutes tt seconds Weat 440 191008 feet and a total central ,
: *,' 601$ appear on Megln again at said POINT PE. Containing 6.5 acree. or Isaa. Parcel ttltt
\ (OFFICIAL ) A. J ORDER OF Court Jun. II, Ut. In the above name.i f... more or leaa North Una of IINNINI I and run South Ot de. That P.rc.l. 5. 4 mo.are owned I! angle of II degreea 14 minutes: NRIoVT OF
IAII L/'ATtON and ... thence
Thom. wherein plaintiff said Hectlon tS Containing ..11acre. Southeasterly aald
and along i
It' of .. "ourt.. AND NOTICE TO seeka green mlnutea. IS seconds East occupied by the Canal Timber r.n. That
divorce I
Frank HTAT' II "APPEAI: .. Ir.dford County "or. or lesa.That 2 feet tn South end of ditch. Corporation, a Florida curve feet through a centralangle ,Pa4rtnfd 5. Black Ii. T TIJiwfey

Atty for l.n4urn. II.rk. Fla 7-t residence l I.: ,Kuute H. Telegraph In next .h.1 publ.h Order said parcel t I. owned by Co"I.lnln..IS acrea, more or leaa. Parcel No 8 ( Co.por.tnn. of 9 degreea 32 mlnutea 44 West of R1''"'!,.
'I .. flora seconds
.1 I Mumerall, Mlsa. weekly Clark and I. occupied" RIOHT OF WAY to the East line of WH of Tawnshlp 5 Sotiili BEast
-- Witness 23.
You are reciurred my hand and official Parcel No I (lORD No. 1)) LATERAL DITCH RIGHT That portion of: SWV4 of said Section 23 at the city ft-lnir within' 40> f"
\' ,(. ti r.('IHTI'P rnfnr. lilt 410POVlf1 July 1, 1941 In the above. appear named S6 seal at tt.r... Florida, thla May R10HT OP WAY LKFT STATION 147 + CS.0 AND Lota 89. 41 and 42. Woodlawn I.'ml"' of the Town of Lawtey. vey ,line of 'State Road l.til iii

."TV. FLOHIUtl 111 CHAN.Hnward' Court and cauae. u. All that portion That portion of: "ubdl.I.lon. according Conl.lnlna 91 acre, more or Lose, line b'
to aurvey
I .h..ln < plat 11, said
't ( aetka divorce and .,1"01" CO..CIAL BEAD A. J. Thomas, K 4 of NW' of NW'o and W.t Lots ae and S7 Woodlawn Subdi thereof, recorded In Plat' Bout 1. that part In old exist scribed a* follow"
C. Dellert.: Plaintiff, va. maiden name. llradfonl. of aald Co.rt. 1A5 reet to page 11. Public ing right of way. West 1llBWV. >' itt

N JI..h.th. D.I.rl.| Defendant. 1'.I..r.pl .h.1 publ.h this County.Order rinrlngx'U".r. Ancer..n. IJreen Cove Eaat a*. Township a South Range I ,1.10.recorded.c"or4In.Book plat 1, page th.r.o'17. County. Florida Records In NWU of Bradford of Parcel Nn. IS (SRD No. 80) Begin on nf the Section 21, T'

(. .. Public Records nf BWW of Section DITCH EASEMENT Ent. '
AND ORDBIt *)F PI'tlLtr-ATIO! Wln.n.a .. my. hnjul h.u.. official At,. fur Pit. I-I I ."!( 'and lying North of County graded road Florida In Section Bradford 20. touth. Range 22 Eaat.20. Townabip 8 LATERAL DITCH LEFT STATION Bnuth.13175 feet flange North 2J "'-EK'
within K9 feet .hult1i ,
< ( tftarke. Fluilda, June Northerly of South Ttange tt East Within SO feet each aide 278 + 815 of
thl. the ncr of ald E4 S1J
., rWIH'fn1prAMI..-' 1. 104*. IN c'nUT.'r ( <>! HT, DR survey line State Road az. Sec lying within 50 feet each of aurvey'Una of State Road Sec. That part of: said point being *
beth 23.
J. l> I"! (OFFICIAL BEAD A. J. C4II N"TV. ''ORI lIon Mil said ln. h.lnl the till aald 12. E<4 of NEH of BEH of Section thinm.s ,
.0 14 I4uuth.rn Thomaa Fl.OIIIUtl IN tH. : doaorlhed .. .r".J following described ditch cen- ton survey II" being. .',.rvs concave 00
I Avenue !3.
I'ltlaflald. t Tnwnshln K Rntith. 22
Aa Clerk of .., Court KHYDora: : d..rlb.d a. ffltljlnra. Rantfe of "I"":
r N..rh.."*. Chaa. R llesa. 11..00 Egan hrl.r.. .". tn cross.. NU' of 'V.IOI' Section I t.rl"omm.nr. nn th. Wtat 'line of Begin on the' -W.-t-jln. of Section East. NWli of BW 4 of Section 23 total central radius angle of Ii fJ]

; are required" appear on' Hide Jacksonville, Cu"rantJ KSnilia l.nl.. .1.I"Utt.C... lol.w.! NW Hof arm' Section 20, Town. 20, Townahlp Range 22 Township 5 South, Rang 22 East, minutes thence from' ]
:.,f;: _It._ l.n._ 'In the above ..m.d'' Ally for Plf._11. .... C <.tlIV i No. ORDER 1571 OF PUBLICATION- Botith.NWli H-eln of 8.."U.n\\.t SI.line Township nf NW>4 of t ship point' I !oltl.f..t Range North 2i Fact of South at a E..t So.thw..t at a point corner louth..of feat aaid North Sec the lying following within 20 described feet each ditch aide cen of hearing;00 of aeconds SoiitJ F.",5lt"'*'Ijmlnutea

-p., ("R'I' ('01 HT. lIlt NUTICR TO Range 21 Rnst, at a point west corner of : thence terllne:
"aid curve
Sec ton run NortH de aald
('<)"'I'' FI.OHIIIAI" I*U..OR.li' STAANk OF FLORIDA to AMml.1 Bulk oft of I..t said Hniith. of Norlhwest tft thence corner lion 20- thence SEI North 7* ".. a.. 84 mlnutea 08 seconda 7 Eaat Commence on the East line nf Bec through evIl along a central stilt itt,

G. F. ODOM ('EIYOto whoae resldenca North 7ft .to. minutes': 08 run greea Iff mlnutea 08 seconds East 11. feet to the beginning of a tiny 22, Townahlp 6 South. Range greea 41 mlnutea 14 "" 'J
." known. d..r. II seconds 128 feet to 22 East, at "H
Ollon. Plaintiff va. a point on the "U" concave to the a point 13454 feet curve; them
Southeast of said
Rest t 4"" 4 end
N.rc.r.t Porlr.J Olson Defendant. You are required t lo appear on feet tn. East line line of Btate Rnad 125. ". "survey having. a radius of North of Southeast corner of aald 22 mlnute n
of of of feet and 71 degreea
:kT DEALER IN FRESH ( ... June tftih In the above named at NF1 *NW1.t South saM Section ft. designated as Station 147 + UI. a total central IUS.la I degrees Section 22; thence run South 89 East 22201 feet to a poW ,'
OR HER OF PltnMfATION Court t. of North.cccl rlarht nf 05.1 64 .f degreeft-311 mIt
) cauee, wherein way man nf said' th. minutes; thence run Northeaster mlnutea 53 aeconda East 10 degree 17
AND CURED AND NOTICK TO APPEAR :..k. ami ,1.ln.fl.I IS.corner of N\Vi4 of Paid Sec POINT OF BEGINNING of Lateral ly along said curve 190 feet to the 14 feet to a point on aurvey line North seconds East from Nortn

MEAT STATE OF FLOIUDA to: Mar. Bradford County Isle.graph ton ..1 .Is.. Ditch centerllne! thence run North end of call curve: thence run North of State Road 225, Section 2811 of aald Lot 4. Bloc* "
more or nor
yard larfrey Olaon whose real ahall publ.b thla Order In If""t.lnln.4 acre. 10 degreea tl minutes SI aeconda 79 degreea 28 mlnutea 08 seconds designated aa Station 278 4> 31.6 the
(tHD of Lawtey.
t denoa la unknown.You next four .weekly .. I 1..1 N. \aKMBNT No. 4 Weal 141 t.t; thence "'I North East 299.4 feet to the East line of POINT OF BEOINNINO of ditch Containing .1 acre. tiore op

? RUT JO- 2 MILES are required to appear on Witness m hand and official A DITI. 00 degree 1 minutes aeeonda NW1 of BW" of aald Section centerline; thenc run North 0 degrees Parcel 20 and II 5
SOUTH June |l, I. In the above n.m..1 ansi at ritarke, Florida. this lath .ATJn STATION .. IS8 to th. Northwesterly $ feet North a 21 minute OS second Eaat A. howe and I
or STAKKK Court and ... wherein plaintiff of May, 141OFFICIAL I 7..1 end of ditch.Pegln Southeast corner of call 1SS feet: thence run North 50 degrees by Charlea
land I In NW
the occupied.
West of not
...k. divorce. Bradford County ( MEAD) A. 1. Thomaa feet at NE<4 hf NWVJ North Z5R of again at ..11 PINT OF BWI4 of Section 20. % 21 minute 82 aeconda Weat You and each of yoa. -
r Telegraph chaiR publish thla Aa Clerk of aald BEGINNING and Ill feet aPP'Circuit
Containing thence
Urdu ( County de 1 24 ; run North 1* degree be and
AU Mraila' at Rrtuooablarrlc In next four weekly Isaues. John J l.nd.ron. nur&. .!. Augustine Township Or.d.d Road. Range Section tl IS. greed 11 mtnutea St seconds East exclusive of ..c.part more In old or tllet.leu, n minute 61 second* Weal commanded Court to In and for.,..

Wltnesa my hand and official' being that East 900 feet to the end of ing right of way. 111.1 feet; thence run North 75 degrees Florida at the ,
.eal at Htarke, Florida Ally for PIt. portion thereof which said South.rlJ ALSO 30 County. >M
-Ii mlnutea 52 I"
.hl. I.J 1.1 I llea within 15 feet each side of the ol.h.C.nl.'nlnc aeconda Weet Clerk of said Court,
20. following described ditch 1.tl aerea, more or leaa. That portion of: 125 feet more or lea, to the 'West Bradford <(!BUBJJ.on '
(OFFICIAL RE At.) A. J. Tnomaa, IN rillCI IT tfl5'ftT, BHADFOHD ) centerline ALSO. 84 of Lot 38. Woodlawn line ef said EH of NEH of SEVi of Stark, tIle t '
WIOl8AL.RETAIAUTOMOBILE A. Clerk of aatd Court. ('Os 'T", FLOHIUAl IN. tMAN. LATERAL DITCH RIOHT STATION vision according Subdi Section 2!. or before .i
Commence on the to mhew ,
A. J. W..t line of NE* plat thereof A. D. 1(48. to
Jr. 4 KHYJulia
11 407 '
Fla +
BI.k. nf NWVi of Township t recorded In Plat Book 1, page 11 Containing .54 acre, more or less title. Intereat. or Hen T J (
?. for Plf. .. (lamhle. Plaintiff : That ALSO
At 1-1 t llIN va. John Houth Range "lto'.5,. portion ; Public Records of Bradford In and t '
Kdward ilamble, Oe.nJ..t. Casa Sin 7 feet Northwest at a point. NWH of NE' of 8W'4 of Section Florida, In NW of NE> Co.ntr. LATERAL DITCH LEFT STATION of you described have parch' of I
.Rtll. roi'HT. No. $im3ORDER Jouth "0' 21. Township. 8 South of above pitt'
IR4DroRo ner of NEt Section 20. Township IWI t2 + 22.8 th.
of 8 why
COIIVTY. FI.OH1UAI OF PUBLICATION NW' said Bee- East lying within 10 ...tR..a't..IJ: to show cause ,
,, 4-KMY 1'1. : tlnn tit: thence. North de Range 21 East described aa That part oft; not be taken for the u.n 'p,
ANt NOTICE of the NWiof
LIABILITY INSURANCE Julia Cook. Plaintiff' va tleors-o BTATE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAH grees At mlnutea .ft) .."0"".1 East centerline following d..crlb.o dich over and .cro.. NEH of puun. SWH nf Section 22, poaes act forth In 5.td' ,.
John : said
: along Section 2O 8Wj Township 8 Bouth. *
L survey line of State aa followa Range 22 East of ?
Cook, flutfenduint.taae No Edward Gamble Road ttt Commence : to-wltt a* right V
5S1 whose at the
residence la Northwest
Begin lying
corner on the within 20 feet of
Hectlnn tfttl Weal pits
Although not tlRDKR OF PITBLICATION unknown I tn a point on said road nf < In. of NEUt of each aide ditches and borrow ,
mpulaora/ / It !. t designated Station 4nf 8W 4 nf Section SWU of Section the following described of 5n1'
r 1. much aafer AND NOTICE TO APPEAR : & are to appoar on POIVT OF aa 15 e> 74 IS ditch the Township I outh.. Rang tl .1. South Range 13 East, Townahlp t terlln: ditch cen lion of Section 2811 to the Sl?,.
t Car Liability BTATB OFFLORIDA .ol&* 1lr"h" IIOINNISO nf at a point 128 from Lawtey
.4 tot Oenrge 141 shove named m.ntsrtin. thence run North 1143 feet along feet North of Begla on the Fast Ito Floridio..t.
Vnauranre. I represent only old I. (Cook Whoa r..ld.n.. la un. Court and ". plaintiff ; rln II d. West of of NW14 of said ItH.f said Southwest cor- of BWH of nf NWJ in Bradford Countr. ''* ,
07 In. Section PI
yr.. mlnutea aecnnda Wet IE\ : NEt of 8W14 of 2S, Township ...,. ved and ; ;,.
knnwn rl i Bee
line, stock companlea.Your -- ...ka_ divorce_ and restoration 0'I.n 61 feat, Oh eat. II "Ar'" .- agrees __ .. I to on Purvey. line : thence nu., co..i. *Q ._ I South, Esnea 94 V... .* ,.,.l.* here .- ,
"lal You are required to appear 0" N.m. A..d'or" Cnunl. 11 rninutaNfllaecnrd-. ;- of !. Rnad 235. Section I* 28 minutes Oft -secondEa'mt-- .r a. 'iSlI.I feet North nf Southea.t'corWV4 nn.p.'or plat be .01',

,11 b apprecl- Jun. 2$. t4l. In the shove named Telegraph .h.1 lubl.h this Order !U. fed to North line of NE<4 East of said point b.ln. In the arc of i feet to the Eaat line of NE 1317> of ncr of of SWV of said Bectlon- to, or default. mar
and cause. wherein nlrtintlff In next curve 4 gsinat You.WITNESS
(mat th.outh NEH *1
NW'4 or Section tS havlnv of said ; thence run Nn"h 21 bsti 5'
.w .. divorce and r..to.tlon nf Witness my hand and meat at a point HI 4 ro-lius nf .1311 M .W' Section lo decrees OS Tn
.UI.I.I feet En-I nf Northwest I.a and a total at a '. feet minute 47 secnnds nd
1 120 Maiden name. llradford County at Htarke. ibIs il" .o..r of central angle of 24 North of West 15H feet the Circuit Court in
W. Call Street J'lold. May said NR% of of ... 30 mln- Boutheast corner of thence run North degree. and
03 mln.
T.I.lr.ph ahall publish thla Order 1041. Containing. 04 NW' .n tt. item: thence from a tangent hear Section 10. SWj of aald Ut.. .* seconds, ford County. Florids.tM II
Opposite Bradford ('0. Telegraph weekly Isauee. (OFJICIAI. BEAD) A. J. Thomas. That .r.. more or ,.. Inl of South 79 degrees 41 minutes Containing' .t acre them's run West 490 feet I; ot said Court. this Stark* i'
t North
Wltneaa parcela and 4 are owned more lee., 11 1 degrees It at
hand p944.
my and official meal eald Court second) Eaat run exclusive minutes May A. T>
; I'bon. 1M at atarke. Florida, this May it, Hlvere e> Anderann. tir..n CoveMpringa i and by F I. I Clark and Mantle CI.rl along said curve 177 84 Southeasterly feet through Ing right of of that way.part In 01.1 exlet-. thence! run 4T ae-ondi North tn West. hId feet: ford Count?. Florid } rn
*. occupied. >
104 44(

N. D. Wanwrlxht. Jr. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomaa for, Fla.Attya. lit. tt .'-H Parcel Nn RIOHT K OF WAY ejRD No. II) a central 01 angle seconds nf to S degrees the end nf 4flminutea Parcel No. BORROW 0 PIT(ORD No. ill to minute.i end of 47 dItch.second. Wept gree 150*feel t Clerk of the Circuit, 9 0044; ,

Aa Clerk .
of said Court. curve for Bradford County
That aft .10 Ih.ne. run 74 de BORROW PIT Containing
part NO
Rivera .4t And..on. Green CoW6prhutC. NOTI'I or ..L..TIO. FOMTAX I.n. 44)). tl and It of Wondlawn freea 01 .Inut.. tl aecoads 1..1 That part of? 1 AND DRAIN That parcel a I, acrea.14 and near.IS or lea.,
: : ul.dtvlal feet t.a point ia acid. Iota 41 ad are own. Ceo L. Patton
AU,. for Plf. S-tl 4t .-ltcmrriT NOTICE M HKKKIIY: (lIVEN of r-enr<1 ta} aecordlnar to *>laf there Road .. I lt.. and 84. Woodlawn Subdlvlatoa end y Smithy P. McLeod, a widow, Attorney for Petiti('
READY TO SERVE that T. J. Alderman the holder nl 17. In Plat Rook I. page 4n 7 o 41.t. 11.U. aocordlng PI.n of said Parcel are not occupied. STATE OF FT.ORTD4
YOU IN PnbU. Reoorde of Bradford w.y man. the fuhdlvlslon recorded In Plat No. (lORD BRAPFO
COOK?. MfttflPoIOfl the 'olowln. certlflcalea has filed POINT OF proiNNivn no Lateral Rook No. $1) COUNTY OF

COItNTY. FLORIDA IV 4IIVCKHT. \- said r.rlfl..t.. for tax deed to rn.n Township. Florida I Bouth.In Section I*. Dfich (ant."n., thence run .Smith ford County Public In Record of Brad That par $* OP W.y I. A. J, Thorn**, Cl.01
". ] Range It East 14 d. .. Wifc v>f WH of : tiue
The t8 of <
I..d h.r.nn. mlnnfea colt Court
M. C. Allen Hamilton I Bmlth.I Plaintiff, va and Years of .II..t. the lying within to feet each side of West too feet to end of 09 ditch..cond. BW'. of Section to. Township I Townahi SWi of SWt of Section 21, Circuit In and for Vr m???

WEL Kather Ruth Smith I Defendant Case the description of the property anJths Section aurvey tilt line deecrlbe of Stats.. Road ttt. Cnnfalnlng .07 ."re. more or I.... follows Rang: 22 East deacribed] lying within 5 South.4G Range 22 Fa.t. Florida do hereby 0.rtltl- 5 ?,
No<*07 names In which was aap.s..dar. followa: feet of survey line foreg''n incorrect
He.Inning' Commence of above and
Electrical I on the ALo tn the Stat. Road 4ntiC
ORDER OF PUBLICATION Weal line of Weat line 223. Section
aa followa:: DITCH RIGHT of .sll. 2011, of the : <
of STA 8WH of copy
AND NOTICW TO APPMAR auance June 1. A. T>. 1944. IW. South BF.(4 nf tten 1*. Town TION lift + 3L7 Bouth Rant Section 22 10. TOwnship t follow Purvey! line being deacribed aaK nent Domain Proeeedlnf. ,|
R. :
ITATK FLORIDA tot Mrs. diane June 1 .11. I Eaat at a Eaat. at a A
OP A. I) 1040. That' portion of: point the 24 of Mav
Expert Raage and Rather : Description S r corner fOi feet of North of the Boathweet NEo' NWU of PCH f Section 10. feet said, 1 ort h of Southwest cor cVl B0n the West 1B| of 8W14 of the eaa.day of E a"' r"rf tt<
and addreaa :lri.'h'a : Lots 1. 4. R. 0 all I* H of lion BEH of said S... U. Township t Bouth. Section 10; thence ran Towa.hip S South, aobdlvlston
dr Booth Range political fc
Water ll &t-r Repair Htreet, Road all Lots [ .UJ.t run R.nl. 1 I .. mlnutea 02 Ea.r at a
2nd. : ii. It. 24. greee mleutea 0* :: :4."Jt the lying within 10 feet ..- .e..r. ..1 to POINT iicende fset North of point 1341.4 of Florida, va. F J-rVi> O
ii.. Woodlawn, Becttnn )Township OF Pouthwsst
following corner of
LICENSED Uttl feet deaerlbed ditch BEOINNINO said Defendant. Common tjmrf n4B7i
BNDED You are required to appear on I Muth. Range East contain. curve t. the penterllnetCommencing of Borrow Pit No t; Cs Section 2*; thnc. ma South am*
6. 141. In the above named ) I coanave to the Southeast tb..c. run South I degree* degreu minute. aa the *
.ul, "r. or leea. Ing a rsdlne en the East line of 48 Fast 1044 reli M aeconds In *hle nfflc !
hOe m and cause. wherein plaintiff Name Which Mrs. of 74I.4 feet and a of NW0' seconds Weet feet to the beginning bar4deal ,?
A..dl Total 1 i' SC\4 of Section 1. : a of my c
thence tyrve WITNESS
., 7 4. .. run Booth 8* .
seeks dl"o Bradford County Bweeay. ..a..1 an.l Township I .. II4 Concave to 011.
tt South BrTldL *
,. hay.
Tempi PIIt Telegraph publish this Order : c'rl.i. mInutia I" .. eon Northeast RaM 'IOgtl Range tt minutes tt seconda Fart 100 fe.t'j I lag a rsdmue of 1010,0 at Btarfc ft!
s .h.1 No. M Year of la.suanca along said .at a point 1 North of thence ; total feet and a 28 day
.1) curve lit I. feet run North Central thla
8Urk4 Florida In next Issues. 1. A. n. 14e to oxn.hea't degrees 411 angle of
w..ll, .n. I end ef said corner of said of ll minute. 18 degree.
Wltneaa m and official of cervet tkaaea ran NWU. af BEH HE' m'n.t. .nd. East feet i thence run A. J $
Description properlyi J 10.tl 74 ..greee 14 _I..t.. so.. of Bectlon II '.ne. run North 8 d.... : ft along maid Southeast.,. .
run 71 14 curve $13.2 Cour
No.tl e.c' 1 minutes .In.... It aeconda Weat 240. tbrop a esntral fees _- Clerk Circuit
J gree. 1$ Mifljts 4$angle of I de. Ceontv. Florida. I il
seconds to the 8-11 4t 411f

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At The TabernacleThe .

Salvation Army Camp To Planning PeriodAt accredited by October 1.
congregation Sunday nigh t Open SoonAt : The teachers working this week 1
at the Gospel Tabernacle enjoy High SchoolThe
are: Leola Roberts, Ola Robinson .
a real treat In music and message e Mae Myrtck. Llllie Bridges, Myr- s ;
Church entire 38-member
t brought by two young men-Cor facultyof win Long Eunice Searing Willie I

mornln/the Pastor ot bin Camell of Ormond and Bradford High School was en Mae Denton, Hazel Cregnler Verna
Church Starke. Ledden of Daytona. Both of the so 4 e gaged In a "Post School Planning" Demorest, Blanche Edwards, Ellen I

Baptist the series young men are leading caharacterIn period last week, and the 17 teachers Law A. W Bates. Ruby Craft
the third in their Church life in Dayton e not on professional leave have V R. Ferguson Grace Osborne 'It
Jewels of Mona CanovA and Ruth Frazer.
gee 'June and are on the air in a religiou worked through this week.

TIllS( l fs a popular series program each Sunday over Radi o The faculty Is working the Virginia Sewpll, recent graduate ?-1

the precious promises, Station WROD. Both have Jus "tenth month" for which they are of Florida State UniversityIs

the Lord and to be ap- I graduated with highest honors f ii contracted to work. Part of this substituting for her mother tl i d i the believer. their class and will enter Christian cv extra month was consumed last Mrs. Ethel Sewell who la Ul. .

by evening Happy Colleges in the Fall to preparE September In "a "Pre-School Pln.ntl1& Principal C. S. Partin Is on leave f j i it n
unday attending< camp at Fort Banning( -
and request themselves for full-time Christian period. *
choruses aa a member of the officer's reserve -
congregation, work. The teachers are bringing school
Line the I''
by Mrs. Ernestine McRae is
f re the Plano and organ I Mr. Ledden has a beautiful VOiCE record up to date, organizing Information away on leave because of her
Sunday of Mrs, Morse and sang several numbers Sun for next year.. and father's illness.
Ethel 1 Biggs, The evan- day night accompanied by Mr forming plans for the next school }L''

by the Pastor Carnell at the! piano. There wer
|fV"Sa year.One 'f
,atched Clothes". also duets by the two boys and '' of the more Inportant elements BACKACHE '

School opens at 9:43rtments : oJlIuhllt ttuna; Noegel and Mr of this weeks planning Is rot ..u>k ..."MBtorttii lulp tot .......li" t a
",. fta. .. felting up MKhU UonKMdy .
"evaluation criteria"
for Ledden. an ; or a
and classes : erl1... IrrtUllns p.......LM Vvlu.InlM '
and Training Un- I It Another special meeting will bEheld r : "a .: scale of standards In preparationfor under era.. and .."u... .Dklu. *.. .t t.J
groups .. ear51.40.1lroebl.ytrrCvda.Quisk.ompsIe
making Bradford High School floe-.male aDd DO..lemto Kidney "
at 6:45: for at the Tabernacle on Sunday, 1 '
flnj,t in Church member- June 27. by a Male Quartette from .aw. Southern accredited. School officials BkUOotlon St BiMwy back. ............. Ahro '
Piedmont hope to have the school .* AroffU (or Cy*.. today. '
Bible Schools Winston

wk service each Wednesp Salem N. C.Presbyterian. at -- -- -- - --- ---- -----S.T }
the discus. t'
1 or testimony with m. an period outline,led studyIble by ChurchJohn UNDERSTANDING ;t t.. 'p'' ,

and Its books. Warren Kaufman Minister based upon long years of wide exper- I! k '

Is extended I Morning Worship and E this funeral' I
|\atlnvltatlon sermon fence and Serving dignifies ,, p
[ho wISh to worship the 11:00: A. M. "Unconscious In. home with a superior excellence .' t

any of these services fluence"' z handling affairs of sacred discretion. ,1, s

e, church with the.visit- Sunday School 9:45: :>> A. M. I

K Classes for each age group. The :I i.

adult Bible Class la growing in r m

School Hour ,numbers each week. r J
The Ladies Auxiliary will meet \ .
L School begins itsjwk 8TARKB PHONE T rf
Bible I
next Tuesday evening at the home
Monday at the First of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan on Wal AMBULANCE SERVICHJ: t" 1 i

church, Starke. nut street. 1I 1\

Ij, of all previous years -- .- -- -. .O?'_ -- .., --.__ -. .<-- ,, '_ -"_ .,,, _, ..... Funeral Director ': d :l (

[tn dally as the after attendanceto begin. Singing ConventionOn least 390 underprivilegedmothers Pictured above la the beautiful site. of the Sal.atloo Army's nrw camp on Bedford Lake between Our local funeral home enables us to I, ;''
to grow and children will Starke I offer conveniences and services nototheriw's I
enjoy and :
Keystone Heights. Already established 80-acro It
[first day with a record on an tract, the camp .p.-ta aa Investment "
Sunday July 4, there will be the recreational and educational: of $30.000. In IIwil bl.. t ,isI
already paid full. The property WM donated to the Salvation Army years I 'f
all-day: services at the HighlandBaptl.t. acuities of the Salvation Army '
30 teachersVres- "'0. When Brig. Ernest, Pickering then a fledgling officer was first. stationed In this area he envisioned I'I'
are over Church. The Bradford rest Lake Bedford this t
camp on the We furnish the highest. type senrlcs. at the lowest prices u4 i. I
for and instruct the possibilities such a amp Four years ago when he returned M division commander he began -
County Singing Convention will summer W.
re be Envoy P. Durden
I ANT life ineuraace poUCJ'sa force. Issued by' ANTpsay eat i 5S I,
accept" t.i
to ,
_A ISO boys and girls from present and dinner will be servedon lead of the camp, said this week. plans for the recreation eeater. When the war was over he obtained a nucleus of butld-> '
[of are through 18 years.I It the grounds. Everyone is invited One of the three and possibly lags from surplus at Camp Blaadlag and moved them to the site.. Now the camp Is ready for .&. first ', as paymtnt In part or In fun on a funeraL Consultatioaarrtes 't ,

t Is also kept in connec-{ to come prepared. to enjoy four, rest sessions will begin June full summer. of operations but more building are needed, and funds are also needed by the Salvation no obligation. k I

[ the school at the home the day. -, Rev. M. T. Knight 29. Army to take care of needy mother and children fot camping periods of a week to 10 lays. I II ..I,I

[Burton Rosier. An In. Pastor. Besides 35: cabins for housing, The happy scene below shows a group of underprivileged children enjoying the fine swimming facilities WWYIWIiN.LIIllylirllAULIIIWI11uI51AWIIIN.IWI/MNWMINMIMII/I, \ / / IpIiMIANMIIN111WIIIWINpdINWI1WIYAYI1Wlll ,.SSIE, N4NMWaIMl1, jSSSm ( I
Ill extended to boys and which the off_ ::, : ::1
a large messhall and ample sanitary camp '': :
the community to enjoy BOATDRAIN BAPTISTS facilities the camp has a ball ---- Everything, :1

Unatlons are welcome un- Pastor C. C. Harris Invites the diamond and a large frontage on ,. '. To Build, Repair or Remodel ''I'' r :
[week of Bible Study and public to attend an all-day: ser Lake Bedford. It serves the At. The Methodist Hour Tampa visited Mr. and Mrs J. R. i I r
Utd conditions become too vice at Boatdraln Church : Parker last weekend. j I IIq I
lama Division of the Salvation State Farm BUILDERS READY-MIX ) j j' !
Mrs. Calvin William and her
I at 10 o'clock -
starting Sunday
Army which includes parts of t' I
itncement exercises will morning- The Bradford County Florida Georgia, and South Carona. By Mrs Bryan Whltflel' young daughters Sandra and H : : : C .q "
ke school to close next Convention will be Cherie, have returned to their !
a Singing
I prel.ent '
It to offer entertainment. home in Albany Georgia follow
t t8pm. 0
"Those who are to attend the Miss Mary Jo Caldwell, R. N. ing a visit with Mr. and Mrs. O. A __ ;'i : I

camp are chosen by the local of New Orleans La., arrived Saturday B. Crews. -- bSp N "
boards or service units of the Sal. R \ j jC
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE"In spend vacation with En route to points In Georgia '
atlon Army", said Mr. Durden. her parents, Mr. and Mrs.\ J. O. and South Carolina Mrs. J. W. I..
"While they are here we offer Caldwell.Mr. J i I ''t
Dyke of Tampa visited! Mr. and
The Heart of Town And In The. Hearts) a designed to aid both R : I
program and Mrs. George DuBose of Mrs M. E. Griner from Saturdayuntil .f
of The People"A the health and spiritual wellb "
Miami were guests. of Mr. and Wednesday. W Give newtolOOl INte E
Ing.; The participants have regular Mrs. J. A. Bouvier Wednesday of Mrs. W W. McCrary and Billie I It

Southern Baptist Church For AU People recreational periods and attend J last week. Before her marriageMrs. McCrary of Jacksonville came A thingsfsttrnWIMWlLLlAM T I'#" ,
devotional as well as music
DuB .e was Mary Joyce Sunday for a week's visit with .
and Bible Classes wiuI :
V. s Bouvier and formerly lived here Mr. and )Mrs. P. D. Fancher Jr. ;
School 9:45 Union 8 $
I Sunday ,Training :
had 183
"Last year, we peopleout with her grandparents.When Mrs. L. Durden has come home ,r
Morning Worship Evening Happy Hoar at the time but we F }'
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Me- after spending ten days with Mr. E CONCRETE: kj'i'S.UI. '
11:00: 8:00 found conditions crowded" ,the E Guff returned to their home inTaHassee and Mrs. George Lewis at Jacksonville '

Envoy .said. "This year we are Alabama last Wednesday Beach and with Mr. and AND ENAMELOID B ; f' h I'

to have 130 at a period with three they were accompanied by Mrs A. C. Carter In Gainesville. .

IIIlaIC; Sermon 3rd la Series:(' "June- Jewels of Jesus" and possibly four periods." Mrs. W. O. Engram and "Sonny" Mrs: R. C. Griffin returned to. D Colorful? Applies eas->, L I'' I

Evening Sermon "Patched Clothes" Mr. Durden realties with his wife Engram who will make an extended her home in Pittsboro North I. lilt I Dries quicklyli. f:, ,'" ", 1O ',
and four children at the Lake Bedford stay with Mr., and Mrs. : Carolina Sunday after having vears beaaumUjrl O diI

Vacation Bible School Now Going On camp. Previous to his appointment Dr. Marshall T. Steel pastor of McGuff and with other relativesin been the guest of her brother. I '/(
there in July 19<46. he in-law and sister Mr. and Mm.
Montgomery, Alabama. }
was located in Brunswick, Ga. the Highland Park Methodist R. H. Cox since Tuesday. O ,c il :;
Mrs. J.
"\1 hit The Church With The Visiting Pastor" Church in Dallas Texaa will speakon and the Thelma Johnston C. Wallace Baggs attended Miss Wynette Goodman of Cuth- ANNISBUILDING I '

"This World Responsibility'on to R K
Christian Church Dance Revue In Jacksonville Tues bert Georgia came Saturday 111 't'
the Methodist Hour radio visit Mr. and Mr. Arvle Kirkland
program :
day night. Nancy Mynlhan, who I
Miss Lunelle Durden of Jacksonville S SUPPLIES S : '' L'
Sunday School 10:00: A. M. Sunday morning at 8.30: frequently visits Mr. and Mrs,

ome In And See Our Line of New Morning Worship11:00: A. M. o'clock over station WJAX.Dr. Wallace, was one of those presented was the overnight guest INC. : i f ti j .
Evening Worship 8:00: P. M. in th'e' revue. of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Phones 1036-1048 W. Main Bt, Mouth P, a Dos] 't. :
Steel is one of the most
Wednesday night: prayer meeting Durden. Friday all 218 GAINESVILLE FLA. 82
of American Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers and
popular preachers
8:00: p M. Mrs Enlce Bradshaw and children ,
BICYCLES Sunday morning:, June 20 the Methodism. His morning sermons their daughter, Patricia Willard, of Penny Farms have been _m nmua: '''iuseN '' 'INNi4AeNNnmm'' ''''''' '!''' .'. ''''servlmemm'' ''' '' '"nl"Inxnawrnsumneum.'' '' '''' '' ''' .. 'nym' ir 11II i.n.nnmleommrnumienummnan5mminm, '' ,' ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,''', .,,, ''', mn.m" r I ,11 5
Dixon will from Highland Park are broad. returned home Tuesday after havIng with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox this
pastor Rev. John B. \ '
cast Sunday over station spent their vacation In points 4 '
Now'on display at our store use as his subject: "Father &: every week. I
Son", KRLD in Dallas and every survey In Alabama and In northern Flor j
has them to be of this ida. '
one I
he will use proven '
cronin as
I Sunday Wholesale Chickens
his sublert: "Glory Authority station's most popular features. Sympathy is extended to Mr. REMINGTON RAND '
ALSO USED BICYCLES AND Life Eternal." and Mrs O. E. Crews In the death 'I Sold In New StoreA

. ., BICYCLE REPAIRS : Methodist Church during the past week of the lat.ter' -
The regular rr.ontlwy Teljownhlp wholesale chicken store, to
father J. Walter demons PORTABLE
Meeting 01' the Christian: Church retail I
and their friends wU! meet Thuraoay Rev. J. R. Hill pastor of the of. Hellbronn Springs. sell three-pound fryers to
I Ij
night', June 24 at 7:30: P. M., First Methodist Church announces Mrs. J. A. Soaser 'left Sundayto dealers and restaurants will open ,
23 two of the several I newtcre f
tune In
'lr the Am"-"'."'" Legion Hall on the following sermon topics for visit her son-in-law and daughter / ;4
.. Tnnth
BIGGS unil* :located! on a'lt
& W. Church St:!?;.r.! It is requeatt-U; | Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. F. A. BullockIn ,
Street near tho SAl' 1'pot It. A
that every member of the church 11 a. m.: "Cod Knows Your Georgetown, S C. j
Weeks former Brooker novel
05 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. be there. A Per the fellowship : Name. En route from their home In I'stores operator and recently a 1

the Charter and By Miami to Blowing Rock N. C., J ,
supper 8 p. m.: "What Are You Do. candidate for the office of O>unty
'---.--- -.- -- -.-. _, -+ of the Church will be rend. Laws I ing Here?" A. Bouvler, Jr., and his daughter, TdX CMlprto Is the ownei of the !;oj ojI
Miss' Betty Bouvier, were. over II
I ,
At a meeting of the Board ot new bnfllnens.MY. t
Stewards held Tuesday] eveningthe night guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Weeks Intend tn pu'fhniloti H 'I'!

officers elect. Bouvier Friday.Accompanied. ,000 ch'ck'
following were of 2 one-day-old
cur ed for the new conference year: by Billy Smith of and also them right In the stores \
Starke, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Johns of three 'ndi' I III I
Chairman, L.D. Vining. Vice I until a weight pot
y 'd5moLileli Chairman, C. H. Naaworthy; Sec. and Kenneth Johns were In Belle achieved The growth p.?rol! I 'I" I., trv

e retary, J. W. McIntosh. Glade from Thursday until Satur estimated at 11 week, after !
day to attend the graduation exercises which the fryii are to be sold

\\ J:) ':CONGREGATIONALMETHODIST CHURCH Claude of Johns Belle Jr Glade, was High a memberof School. ,alira.The stores are undergoing/ alter 1

rwne Services every Saturday night the graduating class and friends atlnn to facllua the handling or '

Sunday morning and Sunday night, will bo Interested In knowing that the chlcki. A rotation plan I'II dvlHed. E' r
he received\ five medals and acup. where or.e lot of 2ob'i can ,
1h 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., at Congregational t
Methodist Church on : These honors were awardedto be sold whilj a similar lot l I. be I

) Brownlee Road. Rev. J. W. Crl!- him as best all round student, .ng raised rS. ,
fls. Pastor. as outstanding band member for I The new store units on Tenth a tl

high achievement In history overa Street are oared by Mrs., Mike ,, i
ST. EDWARD'S': period of years by the D. A. R.'s Har'jca. Cot 7950Carrying j, .

CATHOLIC CHURCH as best American History student Included
and In High School Social Regis- TAX
10 ,
} Sunday Mass a. m. i
1ft's Sunday School 11 a. m. ter among Southern high schools. ",..... r ;
Claude Johns, Jr.. returaed home Office d
8:30 Supplies .
Week Mass
-Father Day John O'Dowd: a.Pastor.PENTECOSTAL m. with his parents. FREE! Touch Method Typing i

Mr. and Mrs. R. A.' Wells, Mrs. Instruction Book ji

: HOLINESS label Edwards and Misses Mary P II

CIIURCII Veil* and Joan and Nancy Mynl- Just In the moat responsive, medsrotal/ .5 t ik rt{

10th St. and Temple Ave. ban all of Jacksonville were vision priced portable wive' ever ieen..th. t a ,
I Sunday School 9:45: : a. m.; Morn- of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace Remington Rand Model 5 with feather touch r 1 4
jig Worship. 11 a. m.: Evangel Sunday. and speedy action. For college, business, c si
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Francis\ and
tic Services 7.00; p. m. Everyone daughters, Merrill Ann and Mar- home, travel makes every precious minute j I''.

welcome. ,aha, of Boston Mass, arrived during count Easy to operate easy to carry r '

CARD THANKS the put week to visit Mr. and durable as all oet-owtl Com In, today, t

That engine will hum a song of power and economy We wish to express our sincere and Mrs. G. E. Crews. ... them yourself. +.
who Miss Mildred Williams has returned -
heartfelt thanks to the ones
Factory methods trained Exclusive Sef-S! arter Standard 4-row Keyboard s
6 after.an Oldsmobile tune-up. were so kind and thoughtful to to her home in RinggoM I }

8 9 mechanics genuine Oldsmobile part these are the us during the lengthy Illness and Georgia following a weeks' visit Paragraph Key Non-glare "flnisli" J j a '

harmonywith death of our darling wife and with lift and Mrs L. A. Shep- Feather touch TroubU-fros acrta ; a

reasons our service is really m your loved ones. We want to thank herd.Mr. Floating carriage) Carrying I Cad IftcWed :, "
Oldsmobile. Make a note now...to bring your car in soon! all the friends who expressed I' and Mrs. R. W. Brannen
words of kindness) and gave beautiful spent the weekend with Mr. and Bradford County Y

flowers. May Cod bless each ,II.... E. 8. Galney In Plant City. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHSTARKE
one of you who remembered us i Mrs. J. W. Woodward and Rich-

during our dark hour. We shall 'and Woodward were guests of Telegraph

)RODE CHEVROLET CO. never forget you Woodrow Hollingvworth 'Mr. and Mrs. Bard Gale at their
Beach home fromThu.Jay 4 Irr
(husband) and chil I at. Augustine 128 W. Call Phone 29 r
dren. Mr, and Mrs. Arch Dobbs until Saturday.

STARKE, FLA. .v(parents) and brothers and sisters. I Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Brown of r, r


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i i PAGE EIGHT weekly. Iccuee. I :...;,.:,:'.f8pY
In next
I Natlona:l Thirty 4-H Boys Away At Campy Wltn.. my hand and official real
to the American at Starke. Florida. this June 12,
;* Legion Meet Tuesday Convention to be held In Miami or 1.48. Ii vy.pEF SERVICE Phone
:, Post No. MwDl October 18-21. r- A. Clerk of said Court. :ow blrsp
American! Legion Fla. .as .roaa
Delegates to the National Convention Hoi 11. V. Knl ht, Qalneavllle It -
hold It's regular meeting next Atty. for rlt. 5.1$ U *-'
,\ 'a.
from the local post are -
') Tuesday night In the Legion Hall BHADFOHD I II I
follows: Mike Cilhooly. D. H IY 'InT' COI-RT.
the I ruoaioAi iv CHratherln'e .%%-
: o'clock. At that time (01 STY
r', at 8:00: I Crawford A. L. Crosby Jr., Gu>p I ERI' .
"e'!. post,will have a report from the: 'J : ; L Wilson, Plaintiff va.
: \ndrewar!'and Dr. A. Y. Covington t.Pr I Frank Wllnon. Defendant. Case No. ,
: _
committee recently appointed by 8858.
and vet
Commander GUhooly to devise ORDER
,u''' some means whereby the Poat! erans of Bradford County are urg- ,( STATE AND OF FLORIDA to: Frank
,', could: ] send It's official delegation'ed to be present at this meeting fy Wilson whose residencee un.

.. -- --- fh' .,,. s ', known.You are required to appear on
-- -- ----- rir { above named
H ---- July 19, 1943 In the
: : I IPHotiE 19A3, ---1 Keek Court divorce.and. cause, wherein Bradford plaintiff County h

s Telegraph shall publish thin. OrderIn .:.
latiuea.Wltnenn ;
next four weekly
; I hand and official seal
Turner mv
1 U. G.
at Stiirke, Florida. this June 14,

;, II DENTIST 1545.(OFFICIAL. ( .HEAL. ) A. J. Thoman,
A* Clerk of Bald Court. dry
W. I'ntverMty 'Av". George L. Patten. Starke. Fla. cleanin
3311/ ".
4" All)'. for Plf. 8-18 4t .9
I t [ I daln<-Mitll' <>, Florida. /
: will
,", ,:,( > --- .- -- - cool 01[

....... -,, FARMERS your
.. l .- -----------\ --- -- r !'hl suit

roY 1Thirty
1 ,;t
me bring; my specially de- Enjoy cool comfort. while

{ lKn
.t ", "I 4-II Club boy are khown above on the Courthouse trpn with their auper1nor, County AgentT. to your logs ,and look.! We give your suits a SCI
i if'tf K. MrCIane. Just before they boarded a bUN Monday for a Wr'lu1 camp at Cherry Lakenear flaw accurate lumber for your dirMree, odor-free cleaning!

MadlHon. The boys came from right 4-II Club organized by AfcClano and scattered throughout< Brawl need to jour specifIcatlonn. actually' restores and rejuf

;, ", ford County. fabrics and colors; makes suit

While at the camp, the boy will study <&-11 organization and development, forestry, first aid, and RATES: $18 as cool as they look. Defeat the
;:. l life will alo receive 'In recreation. Start using
saving." They training: organized .. Thousand Feet our dry cleaning
Per *
The group return to Starke around noon Satul day. ,'j\l'\ .. 1 today.

r j Pictured In the group, beithle tipervlMor .McClane. arel':' from Starka, Russell Cronby Sherman Write: Alex: II. Stevens
Crosby Robert Manning David Hazen Ted W. Edwards, Wayne Douglas Donald McClane, Jack Judd

i I John Simmons, John B. Sapp, Charles E. Sapp, Billy Moore, and Arthur Ganklna; from Lawtey, Phillip Lake City Fla.

Sullivan, Ronnie McClellan. Hobby McClellan Clarence Roller, Cecil Crawford Made Reddish, BobbyFerguHon Phone: 463RALL PHONE 135

Wendell Kelly Calvin Blount, Donald R.Orifflii, and Glenn Crews; from Brooker' Milton Mott, ROUT.

.,'( Charles Kelly, William Fo'ler.a d Donald Hazen from Hampton Irving Young, and Lewis Slkes. -- tm S
7/teU. !
-- I TnAf
JI'. Yarbrough whose residence !I. Owner ;: a
,. MANHATTAN Mrs. HollingsworthDies I Final Rites Held unknown.You. b ,
are required to appear on
At Raiford Odom Denmark 56, veteran of July 19. 194d In the above named
;t&& SHIRTS Court and came" wherein plaintiff
After Long Illness World War r; died June 12 in the seeks divorce. llradford County
: Bay Pines veterans I Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn STARKE, FLA.
J ti: TIES hospital. Mr. next four weekly limueii.Wltnenn KINDS
Mrs. Willa Mae Hollingsworth.: Denmark was a carpenter by occupation my hand and official FRESH FISH DAILY
and he Heal at Utarke, Florida thin June ---- ..... ----
II't 28, died Wednesday morning, June was a native of l/, 1948. --
t 1 SOXSHARKSKIN 2. at the home of her parents, Bradford County. His home was OFKIcrAL NEAL) A. J. Thomai.AM .
f (Clerk of said Court. SHRIMP & OYSTERSIN
Mr. and Mrs Arch Dobbs of Rai in Lakeland, where he was a mem. H R. Burnd. Mncclcnny Fla. 1 SEASONWe
; ; ford. v ber of the Baptist Church. Atty. for Plf. 8-U 4t 7-9

She born Dec. 1920 at Funeral services were held at
was 18
f ( I IV CIRCflT COt nT. tintDPOHD guarantee all SPECIALSJune /
Raiford and had been a residentof the graveside Wednesday In ('nl'M-V, PI.OIIIU4I IX t'ItAS- .
Dyal We sell to be fresh
11 i Palatka for the past ten years.She Cemetery with Rev. W. E. Hall .(J.KliV.Ft. iluxtabl. Plaintiff ,... AnneMiller 1( ==
was an active member of officiating. Six members of the Huxtable, Defendant. Can
PANTS Lemon Heights Baptist Church local American Legion Post were No. ORDER 6650.!: OP PUBLICATIONAND I
until her Illness forced her to give pallbearers. NOTICE TO APPEAR MAGNOLIAFISH
i 6.95 & 7.95 up outside activities. Even durIng Miller STATE Huxtable OF PLiOniDA., whose .to residence: Anne
i her long Illness of almost two Ladies In: North Whore Poln4, Norfolk Vlr-
'\\l she AuxiliaryThe Illnla. 'I
: years was always cheerful You are required to appear on Under New OWDt"l'IIhlpLACY
and happy and greeted everyone Ladles July 13 1944 tn the above named.
itj: Auxiliary of the Court and reuse, wherein plaintiff
with a smile. First Presbyterian Keek divorce Bradford County SILCOX 1
Church will
ft' Freeman & Peters SHOES She is survived by her husband hold its next meeting at the homeof Telegraph shall publish this Order

Woodrow Hollingsworth, and four Mrs. K. O. Duncan
} 6.95, 7.95, 8.95 children, Woodrow, Jr., Warren' night, June 22, at 8 o'clock., De:
!,} William. Helen Jeanette, and votlons will be In charge of Mrs Have Your PICNIC At. .
( Robert Daniel, all of Palatka. her B. M. Davis and the Quiz will])

'J.-1'' parents. Mr. and Mr. Arch Dobbs be conducted by !Mrs Guy. .Andrew .- ctt'ra ;'" We Are Now Showing A Beautiful
of Raiford: one sister. ,Mrs. Fred .
;''l,(r 'HaUlop of Starke: and six broth Assortment Of Father's Day Canto

ers, Joe Dobbs. Ft. Pierce, Carl t I.COI('Inrl a'I'I.IT ('OI.nT, DIt1)01111 9 landing
}v'u FI.OIIIO'I 1'\1 (11\1\0_ '
Dobbs Lake City, Clyde and Lon- ( :"V.
Robbins'"The ale Dobbs of Gainesville Alton Ratty L. Reynold.. Plaintiff v.. A 'P
\ Edward H. Reynold.. Defendant, Strickland'sKINGSLEY PLENTY OF NICE GIFTS
Dobbs, Starke. and Warren J. Case No, 88..

i Funeral services were held in STATE OF FLORIDA to: Edward: ,
:,. Reynold'> whops residence' h. P2'-
: r-
"The Store'OJ Values" Conner Cemetery with Rev. O.: E. len.al. 11."r"'' Corpus Chrmtl, FOUNTAIN PENS
cr. .
of Palatka and Rev.V..
McCauley J "
>> a required on
,. B. Hall of Pine Level officiating July to appear LAKE
------- ---- ----- 19. 19U. Inthe' above named BILL FOLDS
i Interment was In the family plot,eonrt seek. and cause. Wh're" plaintiff'
< Permanent .
i with Davis Funeral Home of Pal .u..tody and control of minnr t'htld.care TOILET SETS
atka In charge IIradfond County Telegraph. .hnU
publish weekly ".Ihlll..u.'... Order In next tour. SWIMMING: : '* BOATING COTTAGES SAFETY RAZORS

II STARLING'SGROCERY I' .194R,Wi'n'S".. *'lni'nan't Florlda''! and thl official. J"".leal 13.OFFIPIAT. 'Write: F. W. Strickland, Starke, Fla. CIGARETTE LIGHTERS

W.C.T.V. A.( Clerk" of. SFATJ.aid )Court A.I.: Thiiina'*, CIGARS
Jn; ph K. Hklppur I William I
7 (', For.vth st .laekeonville.Itldt': ELECTRIC RAZORS
Liquor sellers seldom ? Flw
go ,
f & MARKET ) far PH
8-18 4t

rob;i belongs bankrupt'to., their. That thirsty privilege custo-' 1'\1('01('UIf"'\IT',I'r FLoNlntt(';0181'' nil 1'\1"('.HtV..."7.9// GUNTER &, SON AND MANY OTHER. USEFUL ARTICLES

mers. ('1':11: \.

f SPECIALS Friday & Saturday June 18. 79 Grace r,," \ru. Barn'r'lIarll..r' Plaintiff Defendant v.. War-. I I


.fM LOCATION!;: CORNER CALL & CHERRY STS. 1M, HarnerOwhuee Re7ldenee, nn Irad d"Co" .. I FLA.

: ENJOY .". 1111 1091 14th ,street Holder, _._. _
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COOL July You 19 are, 1948.required In the!! to above appear on
';..t Klngan'a Pure lb.i Court Reek and divorce cause. wherein plaintiff named C1 We Guarantee Satisfaction and
maiden ,an ,. Bradford restoration County of I 1 Will Save You From 10 to 20

LARD RIDING Telegraphehall In next! four weekly publish.Ineneii.this Order Percent On Any Thing You Se
i! 28 A. C. C. Sto
: WITH OUR NEW healtiat'tltarke I!. rse9 Florida' thli June I I lect.

{OFFICIAL SEAL) A..I. Thomas. .
A a Clerk of unld Court. Any
PLASTICSEAT Chance R- H...... 2/14-5 (Ouar.nt 220 TEMPLE: AVE. STARKE, FLA.
I Life Pld*. Jnckionvllla, Fla.. .. Stone Or Marker In From 3 To 30 Days
2il fl.Size Can Atty for Pit. 8-IS 4t T-' -

11 :, I"rOI'iT'FIOHIO.I'IArl..r cornr. BRADFORD 1"11 ('111v- Special Hours On Sunday 8:30 to 10:30 A. M.

TABLEPEACHES 22c COVERS f If.'.(R lie Patterson:. Pattercon Y. Hefrndunt..Plaintiff. vs.Cane. Nona?><;0. 2:30 to 7:00 P. M. SPECIAL SALE !

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() -- _. -- ------ --- All'l.ealher Trim Ooaa.OHDER AND NOTICE OF PUBLrC TO APPEAR.\TION Located On Highway 200 At South City LimitsP. I THE NICKLE SALE IS STILL OJ
; ,
m r" Any Brand 'ri H. I'atterpon. who.FLORIDA residence to Nun and O. Box: 572 Starke Fla.
jam ,
: i : -iddreae |III: Hartford Alabama.
You I'.a 94l..1 lr to appear on Guaranteed BEST COFFEE or Mo|
3 39STARKE- July In the above named
f I I Court jeeka. and divorce came, wherein Bradford plaintiff County I Back 2 Ibs. for 75c
1 MILK I Telegraph Khali publUh thus Order
3 for 41. In next four weekly leeuea
Wltneea my' hand and official ....1 NABISCO WAbdr
at l9 A.Starke, Florida' this' June 18, ZU ZU, VANILLA

(OFFICIAL PEAL) A..I. Thomas, Other '
.. Aa Clerk of eald Court. [ Crackers, 2 pkgs. -
.. .. Chance R. Hen:.. !0S Ouaranty
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Life nid.., Jacksonville. Fla.
.: Seat Cover Atty. for Plf. 1-11 4t TIM -a I I ( SUGAR, 2 Ibs. _, 16
Green Field PEAS 3 Ibs. 25c
b 'I..rl-IT. COTHT.CKHV "R"nrOItO I
COMPANYCorner'Court ('01..".. FLORIDA It casts. THE OPENING
__ -u_ ': New POTATOES 6 Ibs.'for
-- -- ft Madison John W. Yarbrouch. Plaintiff v*. ,
Phone 10 Stswk Ca Ruby. No.F. 1451.Yurbrounh, .


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line ""'. Doat Fool 'Km WE FEED 'EM:1': I per

lbFLOUR5.1a89Real liii 50c SPECIAL LUNCH SOc I (LARGE RINSO . .

liii Complete Chanfe of Menu Dally I'll, KINDS OF
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Good ONIONS - 9c I DRINKS ',I 11 Ib. box RITZ, NABISCO .

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I | MILK, Tall Can, 2 for '

"l Factory Pack rrDON'T _

Such as MrruMteDlvonxw > She Will An wr Your j A.C.C. STORE (220 Temple Ave, 5
First Two QoMUonsOR I
C sad Bml- IN TROUBLE [ Farmers -'We Can-Help You All!
Stars &
Matters Without Charge StripesKingsley

House With Sign of The Palm Beyond National Good place for -Batcher Shop .available. Can J

Any Cut STEAK Ib. 59c Plant lea on Temple Ave. ,Lake [business. Back of ACC Store. Inquire 220


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