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 25, 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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Upholds City's Right To Levy I IlifvilU r C'S

Fee On Candidates Here '
Ic.5e of C. A. Futch vs.tn answer to the declaration These BRADFORD "

which Mr. Futch -.hree were a Demurrer (no cause COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Starke :
the City for $500 dam- for cue), a Motion for Comnitoory .
inK "
hat been decided In favor Amendment stating that
the Declaration
was "vague Indefinite .
CItY.II known If Mr. and amblglous", and 'I
yet a Official Countu Publication
not will appeal the Motion for Bill of Particulars Established In 1877 '

attorney asking for the exact Items of VO..UME SEVIt.'Tt' 'I
damage. STARKPFLORIDA W1UILtYJiYip33. 19 8 .l'
!"\It"h, ,,, deteated'candidate NUMBER THIRTY-SIX !. .
office of City Clerk. One of the City's main arguments .' I'

stMted i t t J500 damages the City on ordinance his part. not the.In point the that Demurrer Mr. Futch centeredon did Campaign Set To Boost Business County Left'HoldingThe Clean-up Drive .I,c to

requires the paying of qual- protest when. he paid the It
by candidates. Mr. sue ,qualifying fee. "It appears
paId $IS6 to qualify I from the Declaration (filed by 'Shop In Starke' Bag'On

ludldtt* for City Clerk 'In Mr. Knight) that the money paid I Mayor Wall's Begins 5th' "

Iptember'sCity election by the Plaintiff (Mr. Btitch) was I Election July ,

ordinance passed unant- voluntarily' paid,without protest." Theme Of Drive I Message"It Cost
City Council ''In state the Demurrer. It '
the went 4
onto A
by ; ; clean-up .s
the drive to make
n look
liM7 Ltleth.upon provides a,motion.that by all D. Futch point had'out paid that the apparently fee without Mr. Launched __ __ Is with great interest and hundred Bradford dollars County lost twelve and feel" better, will begin July 5 and end July, 24, Mayor t, ,

HereWith on the recent e- II. C. VVall I
ft for City elective of- 'duress .or compulsion." strong approval that mitmcrlbeto lectlons. announced this week. City employees will be .
fee the campaign to impress upon on call! to aid the campaign. .'
Eiafl pay a qualifying I On Thursday, June 17. Circuit our good citizens. the Importance Despite a record $4.028.20 paid .
Irercent of the remuner- 'Judge A. H. Murphree. In Gainesville !- the battle cry of "TRY of trading at h'_. I hope| by the candidate, the County Is "Alt citizens are urged to '

jJilved by that oftlce: Court; issued an Order and STARKE STORES FIRST!",., local that It will annum all ..t UK tn 11,26609 In the hole. The figuresare I Reader Skeptical participate whole-heartedly in "

Futch'a attorney, H Uis Final JUdgmAnt which sustain merchants through the, pages of an umlrnKtandlng. of how formerly of Starke ed the Demurrer I the Telegraph. are launching May 34 the Mayor. 'It is only !
Ight. on that one an man woman and chili In our primary, and the special through
ff of Gainesville protected point-that Mr Futch had apparently Intensive campaign urging cit community can contribute toIn election on June 4. Of CaUlegapsThe prolonged effort that our t '

finance: because ((1)) the paid the fee vOluntarily; izens, to make an eight-week" test I I grnnul welfare. Of the huge sum deposited by City can be put In excellent shape f'' -

arter as granted by the I The Motion for Compulsory to see what great benlfits can "All of UH, I admit nhotiM the candidates. only 2416.92 following written communication but the campaign Is one step in '

.Legislature, does not grant Amendment and the Motion for be brought to the community bv | LtI I have thought of It ournelves.We went In the form of filing fees was received by the Telegraph the right direction" he said. 'i j.

|:.v authority to levy the Bill of< Particulars were not con a conscientious effort to TRADE -- :, should have practiced. It ana to the County Commission, which this week: Stressed during the clean-up ii
latlon fee: ((2)) the ordln. sidered. AT HOME. $ f" Is "Your recent article In which
matter of coune. nut not all responsible for the fulfillment period will he weed cutting the \
.f i
Li not read In ful) three Members of the City Council During the next eight weeks of u* did, and consequently, thin. of elections The ,remaining $1- city officials were quoted as sayIng cleaning of trash with special ,

las provided In the Cityr r*n 1947 when 'the ordinance In I Starke's leading merchants will L 'f1 drive In. consIdered necessary to 611.23 is an assessment levied on that the cattlegaps are tn emphasis on tin cans and other >It't

but was read In full question was passed were chair nresent a striking message dlf- Impress. upon UH. the Importance the candidate by the County fair condition>> sure got one reader's mosquito breeding 4 'places. and .

d by title twice; ((3)) .the man L>. A..Canova. P. .L Bridges 'erent each week. setting forth of something that we should Democratic Committee and the goat. the' elimination of dead and useless i ;, I

Inr fees were unreasonfcvat D. .A.. Montleth and W. ]M. Ed the reaoons why itis to the clt- Mayor II. Co Wall have been doing all along. money Is claimed by them. "Just after this statement came tree Property owners are '.% t '
and bar no relation ''zen's own benlflt Circuit Court Clerk out one driver's ,car fell throughone also asked to paint their premises >
wards. < and Interest to "I ant speaking, of course, of A. J, Thomas "
[expenses of City election. W. E. Arnow of the Gainesville be LOYAL to home town businesses. which la belnIna..prau..t\ by revealed this week that County of the three gaps north, ofPowell' It-possible.'Ws I
C of C i'
"Declar- President f
!ht's protest or All readers are asked to give the SHOP IN STARKE campaign election expenditures are approxImately commissary and tore out would have begun the campaign f, (. I

,- was filed with the Clerk firm of Clayton. Arnow. their thoughtful attention to these Endorses Drive ,. our loading merchants. If 93,883.61 as comparedwith hU. battery and battery box The earlier.- but we wanted to '. I. ,

1 Circuit Court on Feb. 2. and Duncan assisted City Attorney messages as they contain Information supported by all our people, an Income of 2416.92a deficit other two gaps are not much bet. make city employee available for ; ('
Ltorney 0. L. Patten then Patten In preparing his To Trade At Home ter.' Well, they a of a \
,. of vital Importance to It undoubtedly will be. It ran of ll.26ff.69. are thecleanup period. That was 'f fa
i March 1 three papers In case.merGirisBow every man. woman and child In G. S. Newcomb live Storks a period of prow- One of the reasons for shortage mess; a disgrace t<.r any town, Impossible until the street systemwas .. 'f'
of the
president and no one to fix them .
just some-
Starke. The signatures of leading Starke Chamber, perlty greater than It. has ever of funds la the dissatisfaction of ; repajrea after the heavy 1. t

a r To Modern Maids merchants at the bottom of each yesterday described of the Commerce eight- kamwa W.... polling place officials over their one to promise at election time. rains" the Mayor,said., I. 'r.. I. .

page will give an idea of the week TRADE: AT HOME cam. "Both aa an Individual and rate of pay. Instead of the The'city employes, for a nominal .. '. ,r
wide Interest that Is being shown the official representative of the 1,746.95 planned for labor at the Ervin sum will be available to any
palgn as one of the moat Important
_' rious Ball Game Monday In this campaign. ever to be presented to the City of Starke I bespeak for the polls, the County Commission had SpeakerAt private property owner' It la believed ( I

Recently a local business man public here. movement all-out cooperationand to authorize an additional payroll I that'the city can do major. f 1,1,
Bloomer Girls said: "Our town Is enthusiasm on the -part of of $1,008.73. This cleaning up jobs more reasonably ,/ 1 I I II
full moon domina- The used three In pretty Lions Club
jutlful "We can all help make businessgood I al Is to be lIuPPlement.1 than If the I II
clear sky last Monday Ditchers during the game with good shape, financially. Our bank here this summer by resolving eveny citizen of tkU. com sum paid I private owner hired lOt <" I
Other outside labor.
expenses as attorney I
'leooslts and munity.
memberstwo Scootle Duke taking'the postal savings soared
ben i the dynamic greatest to do our buying In local I
women's Softball load, by pitching four Innings. during the,Camp Standing period stores and to others to do HAROLD C. WALL fees ballot printing repairing Richard W. Ervin Democratic "Th citizens need only to ad- I j i %

I (the "Bloomer Girls" and Margaret Miller pitched two and a pretty good 'nest egg' has so, too. It Is all urge too obvious: that Mayor ef Starke about voting$90f booths, and rent, come to nominee for Attorney General of vise the City Clerk as to what : I' ;1
and remained In our community. If Florida was trie-featured: they want and the City will do rf
odema", clashed In the Gladys Mooty one. when we shop out of town we speaker I
Ball Park. The Mod-. Pitchers for the Moderns were we conserve this money and do Injure our entire town. We take State FFA Group Mr. Thomas said that the $1.260.69 .- before the Starke Lions Club at It aa 'soon>> as possible. However t twe ,, I
on i by a score of 12.9. j I Elsie Hazen and Sammy Ken everything we can to keep It. circulating the that makes over and above the budget Its regular meeting In the ..Cath must stress that much of U>* I
away money pos
t Endorses Conner will have to come from funds set cleaning must be don by the
I Street rumors have It that nedy. Margie Manlre caught at home It will Insure slble the good work of our nile U30 Building Wednesday op

I the five men's teams In I I I for' the Moderns, while Hazel prosperity for Starke for years to I churches schools, and other For National Honor aside for other purposes. He night.( .' property 'owners themselves," :. :1
aaltd. the (
that The telephone
pointed out some counties Mayor. ,
In prepared to issue aIcall Phillip caught for the Bloomer come. However If we are careless worth-while Institutions. The, Palatka attorney Was introduced .
luring the Bloomer Girls. Both catchers held their and spend it all In the big cltv Doyle Conner, son of Leon Con have failed to pay their election by Senator Charley B. number- of th*' City,. .Clark I \ I
"It Is the spending done at officials because of lack of funds, I. 1O.7.JiQ..jO : It. '
) in even tougher conflict,: I positions during the entire game. department storell'or send It all ner who operates a farm six miles Johns, a' member of the Club, *. :! .
home that stimulates business, but that I
Bradford has so far t
I managed Omeof ther.aaons for the clean- .
2. Thoseplaying In ,Monday's away to mall arder houses It will west of Starke. was endorsed by who .
In Wednesday
lay night. July was charge of -
I game I were: soon be gone and Starke will go provides payrolls, creates jobs, I the state FFA convention meeting to keep current bills paid night's program.Explaining .. ,. up drive U the considerable number ',' ,: f 1: '
"l affair was a I and Increases the earning. of by drawing on other funds.. off
I t I For the Bloomers; Lily Bridges backward Instead of forward." in- Gainesville lest >i week for the his views on, the mosquitoes prevalent in tile :
|with the $83.80 proceeds,1 our people. Lets all give It a ;. 11 .-MTelegraph .
City I I
Dot Johns Ruby Johns Virginia GUY Andrews member of the fair trial of eight weeks this American Farmers Degree the : Attorney General's duties, Mr t :
!from< passing the hat ,. Smith Lou Beyers Dot Merchants Division of the Chamber and Fourth and highest degree In the Bananas SpilledAs I Rrvln stated "I will try not to
see great thingscan
i the sale of Coca-Colas, Epperson Elma Lee Hlckey. Ruth of Commerce,. said: AlI weak be accomplished." future .Farmers of America. Truck Overturns be bureaucratic pr too technicalI Adela' : ,1 :

|::0 the Junior Recreation Broadway,, Tic Slade Harriet Is an even break. I am coi- Conner received the State Far- shall try to'make the office Another" Linotype I I

t preparation for the..next Richard. Marjorie .Wilt, Bess vlnced that If our folks will TRY asses Degree. the highest: stateTFA'degroe Monday Morning. what the Legislature IntendedIt .,\,** ,_. 4 -a . ... --... I I .fI f-

7ar.t A\{ .f "J\Burns,. 'Thelma Jennings, Louisa STARVE STORES.BTRST they'Western Auto f when:he wan attendIng Residents of West Madison St.cdufd : .W b4.' The Attorney General\ -4atoUaG "jin "'uMiA .to .
Anderson and. Comer Tenly ,.Louise, Kite "and Lucille Mil be surprised to find that Bradford High School'tn 1M*. feelingly sing "Yea We can be helpful to County Commissioners the Telegraph's -"equipment'''this Ii' I j tl lI,

I n umpired the strenous Green. Q9% times out of a 100 they will He also served the state FFA as and can help the Individual week, making two of the machine 1' "" i ,'P
SOMK Bananas" hut
played under t h eIghts For the Moderns; Bobble Cameron find exactly what they want and Opens president in 1946-47. ,,. early citizen with claims available for .the newspaper. ) ;
Saturday when 14-wheeI,
Friday morning a
and one of the Selma Ray Garnlta Hutto at a price as low or lower than The Gainesville convention moved $19.000 trailer-truck assembly failed against the state In obtaining This Is the second Improvement 'I'1 I'
I crowds ever to turn out Lillian Bishop. Cleo Manassa that asked In the city." redress, and In protecting himIn If }
I, to endorse Conner for a national to make the turn from Road made by the Telegraph In the ,
tball( game was present. I I EHse Pass Patsy Sllcox Freddie A home-owned and operated office to represent Florida. 100 ( Keystone Height highway) his. constitutional rights." past two months In an effort to r I

| those knocking home runs' WImberley Kathleen Thurman New Ford Seen Western Auto Associate Store will This i U a mandate for the American Into Madison Street tipped over Discussing/ the much talked of"opf'n remain In stride with an active Ii ,( I
argle Manlre of the Mod- Martha Powell Elizabeth Lawson, tomorrow I labor amendment (
open (Saturday) In the Farmers Degree since the and spilled part of Its 57,000- shop" and growing County. Two months I '
Rv Lar CrowdsAt J
kit Bloomer Girl Lou Boy.Iphreys Virginia Milllgan and Lillian e store space on West Call Street rating Is necessary to' hold national pound load onto City power prop to Florida's' constitution the ago, the Telegraph Increased the l t i

Stump. Andrews Motors below the Half Moon Ledge, announced -' office In FFA. Florida la en- erty. No one was Injured. Attorney General elect declared number of colums on Its pages I f
fY +
owner J. F. Jaudon this'' titled to only six of the highest Driver Rubin Morllng of Min himself In favor to taking very from seven to eight and increased '1 i :r.
Hundreds of visitors have called week. Mr. Jaudon was formerly, degrees, as there Is allowed only little action In the matter. "I '
I Rotary Hears Plans I neapolis. Minn., said he "set the the length of. the pages by two i .'
OfficeId it the Andrews Motor Co. Show- located In Tampa. where he was one American Farmer per 1000 believe we should wait some Inches.
brakes and the trailer. f.i"
heavy tipped -
For Flying SchoolPlans rooms during the past week to with the Jaudon Coffee Companyfor members.If definitive legislation by the Leg -
I over. Owner Del Slats, alw Th linotype Is a machine .
see the 1949 Ford" which has 25 years. islature except In case of some
Conner wins the nominationas
of stated his loss which
Minneapolis was casts an entire line of
To Mine for the establishment of been on display there. J. W. Stocks for the new store have American Farmer he will receive public emergency." he stated. type
model flying school at the former Andrews local Ford dealer states been selected with an eye to the the degree In Kansas: CityIn fully covered by Insurance. Mr.. Ervin who defeated three Into one single lead "slug", Slugs ,.. 4 I. I .

Keystone Army Airfield alt* on 'hat Interest In this model Is needs of Star'te: and the adjacent November. City property wan damaged to opponents In the recent primaries beneath j>n* another form the, I : I

1 umphrey Gold Corporation !rvstal Lake was described to Tenter than any since he became, rural trade territory. Included are the extent of about IS feet of for the office now held by J. news story : 4 :: o'

_wk moved Its local office members of the Rotary Club Wed- a dealer more that a score of household hardware radios paints sidewalk. and 10 feet of curbing Tom Watson enumerated what The linotype just added to the 1'1 1 I

all Street to the newly con- '*-
office building on Treat of the former Sanford The revolutionary, new M9 garden tools bicycles, and Host To Wildlife It. There Is a blinking/ red the Attorney General. "He unit than the one used In tha. ,, I

t tot Starke site of the .chool of Aviation and now head Ford la a complete break with sporting goods. Mr. Jaudon said I warning Hlgnil: at the curve where, can draft bills for the Legisla, past In that It can set only y. \

<(nina now under construc- the Florida Aviation Academy. the past and U a' compostt of that refrigerators vacuum c\-an-I\ Group This Weekend the truck overturned. ture. he said, "and can be of "body" type (new story and, .d. |
I I't .
",-. Browning stated that the what the public wants as exoressed ers, washing machines and other Keystone Heights is the site of I assistance to local units town. Itorlal copy) and not headlines. I
than section has been would be added as roon Fans Flockincr The larger machine will continue t
appliances "
so employees are Florida "Ridge" through surveys letters a two-day business sessIon of the I I ; cities, counties--In legal matters.
.Plwt In the construction I i i eceivlng favorable nationwide .nd personal interviews. Amongthe as they come off the production Florida Wildlife Federation this i To See Soft Ball I favor the Information of a setting both body type and head- \ I

'loiuej' welding shop gas I publicity aviation magazines most outstanding new features lines. and The first j I local units legal .assistance' department lines.. j ..

on house and other build : ...-..<*' of almost ideal weather are: | One of the main feature of''. business Saturday session Sunday.will be held at 4 I II I Games At NightRosier In the Attorney Gen Telegraph employee believe the" f : I

the mine site. conditions that make flying pos- More room-a 57 In. front. being affiliated with the Western I I craig offlcn he continued. "The additional linotype will eliminate t''

nile U the ore from which ut piuctically 365 days out of F. M. Wai rath. Keystone, will
I II derived for use as a the year. The good hunting and of shoulder and elbow room. (merchandise and their values with deliver the welcoming address to I I I Cola Saturday night as the current the Governor Cabinet and State rush occasioned by last minute J r'
;?)*tnt pigment. .-*ava. in this part of Florida also Greater safety- 59 percentmore the guarantee of "Satisfaction: or series between Starke's five departements and boards. But," news matter. The paper goes to I
to wealthy sportsmen I 3., back." Mr. Jaudon' the expected 200 (guests of the Softball teams nears the half. he "the General afternoons J
appeals rigid "lifeguard" body your money went on, Attorney press Thursday :
Store .:'1 planes Mr. Browning stated I oercent easier "magic action" pointed, out that all merchandise I!icity. I way mark. I should itay out of the polIcymaking The linotype was bought .from J
U j r
Ready I I I! I f
of the
Influenced his I Auto'' Ralph Cockney president In Tuesday night's spirited context
and these factors I brakes, and ,new "picture win- offered him byVelltem field. He Is a memberof the Putnam County Courier In I
Customers In decision to move his flying school dows". I(must pass exhaustive tents for Federation has' announced that the National Guard. outfit I 1.1 or 18 state boards but It Cresent City. -
rred to this part of the state. Greater* comfort-"rwdracoll" high quality and durability I|I several speakers will be on the bunted Coca-Cola 15.4 with Jerome Is the duty to the, Governor to t:

Quartersgrowing The speaker stated that he hopesto front spring and "par -fl.x" rear ]j I The owner of the new store and program. Among business' matters Frick pitching the entire game for recommend legislation." t MarineKilled > ''IiI fo! I

rapidly business have ,the flying school ready to '!rings. his wife will move to Starke In''i to be discussed are Improved relations the khakllarif. George Flynn Jr..' Following Ms talk the speaker i ,

Star store has necesal-I receive students this fall. There Greater economy-up to 10 the near future. with cattlemen more and and Ned Yancy divided mound Invited questions from his list- I In Accident' Here I

xpBnSlon, and Mr. and Mrs. I will be a total personnel of around oercent saving In gas. |I II III closer Improved coordination hunting grounds between, and the honors for Coca-Cola. eners, and graciously answered, ,'.

ooaer. i 125 Including students andteachers. New beauty-a completely redesigned Thursday night's came was between a number of Inquiries. A young. Marine Private enroute I
owners, Miss YarbroughIs
enlarged announce body molded along func. clubs and the state organization.< HlKgs & Baker and Coca-I Lion President T. Frank Lnn- to his horn In Gainesville on a tj"

\ Be open and to remodeUedBe r lonal lines, resulting In a long. Honor Graduate Keystone residents Tracy Baker Cola but was played after press drum presided over the meeting. 83-day leave died in Shadycrest f,

1. The the public I Fire 'ow sweeping silhouette. Distinctive Jr., Kyle McMurtrey and FredHag.1 time. so the score cannot be re-| hospital early Tuesday morning of i I'(, I
Poosers Destroys '
d recently grille, massive hood and Miss Fay I* Yarbrounh,, granddaughter aided the Keystone Heights' ported. head Injuries resulting from a collision -
the Rites Held MondayFor
by the apace formerly Howard HomeThe bodyso wide that rear fenders of Mrs. R. S. Fernandezof Chamber of Commerce In making, Fans. are taking to soft ball one mile south of Lawtey t "' I

'r their Lappe Bakery ',ave been eliminated.A Starke was one of 70O senior the city available for the Wildlife like ducks to water. and attendance W. A. ColleyWilliam between his car and a truck loaded 'I' .1

the> store. and will residence of O. .1. Howard new heating system available students who were publicly hon Federation convention. ha been good at the 7:30: / with Northbound negroes. None '- : ,I I

entire building in the local taxi driver, was totally In the new Fords bring year ored for outstanding work tn their P. m. games In Bradford Park A, Colby- 73: a residentof of the negroes was. seriously!- In. !. i :S-

"Mtroved by fire shortly after around" comfort to driver and studies at the annual All-Univer Lions Defeat There 1 Is no admission charge but' Starke for the put 40 years, jured. I

lit Saturday the Star 11 o'clock Wednesday night. The An automatic temperature city Honors convocation held al I proceeds gathered from "passing'died suddenly at his home Satur. Papers found on the Marine's .

in.1U feature a remodelling house Is located on the outskirts passengers.control to also available.Mr. the University of Wisconsin on Coleman 5-0 the hat" are placed In a fund (day morning following a heart body, later verified by relatives. -' f

Ml merchandise marked of town on Ralford Road and the Andrews points out that Friday. June 18. to be used for an adequately attack. Funeral services were Identify the victim as Rufus ,, .

llrullcally' for clearance. fire department did not receivea lowering the over-all height by Only members of the senior The Stark. Lion played Coleman an' lighted baseball field. held at the Starke Methodist Goofe. Jr.. about 20. of Route 2.
bile defeat
ta Invited to visit the call until too late to do much four Inches and placing the seats class with an academic record of errorless game to Next Tuesday June 29, Rosier Church Monday at 4 p. m. with Gainesville.. His car a 1941 Pon- j

ve new enlarged quar- more than protect other close between the axels, results In a I|2.25 grade point average were :S-O in a 7-lnnlng Coleman.game Sunday I Gas will meet National Guard the Rev J. L. Hill officiating. tlac. was totally wrecked.

this popular store. by structures.Mr. lower center of gravity an Important eligible for honors Grade point, afternoon at and on Thursday. July 1. Btgf Mr. CoIIy' was born In Catawba The colored driver of the 1939 t .i
Howard and family had safety factor. I average of 3 Is perfect and the Keene pitching for the Lions, Baker will play a return with County N. C., bit, was located In Ford stake body truck which ,

ford Allottedolarships tlred and do not know how the Is cordially Invitedto highest that! a student can attain truck out :3 and walked 2. The Coca-Cola. Archer, Fla, before coming to. was loaded with some 30 negro j ic.
stated that The public Lions made 8 hits to 3 for Coleman Starke. He had. worked with the i ; ,,j.
r* originated. was see 'the beautiful new car. Miss Yargroujh received the degree I farm laborers enroute to Hendersonvllle -
railroads all his life until his retirement ,
there was no Insurance on* the now on display at the local of Bachelor of Arts at the I Fire In Lovett'sSaturday of' N. C., said that he I
Teachers house. showrooms. annual commencement exercisesat Sunday afternoon June 27, the and was a member I| had driven the.truck off the road .
NightOne Methodist Church. :
the '
Lions will play a return game In'
the University last Saturday an effort to avoid collision -

'bai Bndfol'lS elved, County School Completes Basic, Jasper Group Here antf" is now visiting her In grandmo StarkeGirls The with game Coleman Is called at Bradford for 3:30: Park.Instead truck of the Starke Fire ,Laura Surviving W.. are besides two daughter his widow. :Mrs. 3 when.. m.Googe's Tuesday.car' struck State around Road ,- I' 4
I Fernandes
< Ita allocaUon ther. Mrsi of the former starting time Department answered a call Sat. : Fred Blackburn of Manila. P. I., : .
fan.IihoIar hlP for. the Pvt. Monroe T. OrlffIs of Starke Eighteen members of the Jasper 3.00.Crew. urday night at 10:35: pm. to and Mrs. Mabel Glllesple of Ft. said the marks on the I,
of shoulder
: Indicated '
fjf summer school has recently completed a basic senior class on a tour ef their To Play I Lovett's Grocery Store located on Meade Fla: two sons C. Carr the that one wheelof ) -

4 the oIarsWp. are to training program In Col: O of the home state visited In Starke onWedn..ca" I West Call Street.A Colley of Hollywood. Fla., and!,: truck was aft the road. (

t to Whit5 school l teaelen 2th Regiment.! 4th Infantry Division .'. June 9. They were Soft Ball Tonight At Work defective refrigerator motor Drayton Colley of Washington Lernv papers' found In the j I

the colored In order Fort Ord. Calif. and Is on accompanied by Mrs- Blanche The ladies Softball game :Honday' On Lawtey RoadA caused some flame and filled the D. C.: a brother Charles C. Colley Gainesville-bound car showed that 1i
e theIr attendance la enters for further duty ta the PerrY and Mr. Newman a teacher success tore _with smoke. Firemen foundit of Jacksonville and two sisters Googe Waon a 400dayleave ,
I such a
1DIIveraltlee, t i First Calvary. He received a While In Starke the group ate night was have: decided to large crew of men. equipped necessary to break the front Mrs. Annie Keever of Catawba.N. 12 days travel time. He' lived J
that the girls only about
1r\rnlttee\ .elects by the rating of Sharpshooter with the breakfast at the Guidon GriTJ. with drag lines and caterpillars door to enter the building at the C., and Mrs. DelphIa White of 49 minutes after the :
It again. COlUMn.
8ellolarthl where they were guests of Mrs. try clearing the right-of-way late hour. Wllllston. Eta.Interment il
} M-l .rtfle' I ( ) at 7:30 the began -
J\IJI\ 28 to 2STSwho Sara McCalL Bin McCaH. her eon Tonight Friday Club team will Thursday morning In preparation Lovett manager Earnest Phillips was In the family lot Nine negyo.s required medical t -

s to the teach CARD:: OF THANKS was a member of the touring class. Junior .Woman's school for hardaurfaclng the Law reported that fire damage was In Sapp Cemetery at Raiford. Ac- attention but only three remained -

at $ub.eommjtte. i.e com.-. The' family of ,W. L. Blair wish Mrs. :McCall. formerly of Jasper meet a Bradford high Park.age aggregation tey-StaU Farm road. light.; white some perishable| tire pallbeareri were A. J. under observation. T '

Or ICe Osborne. 01& K. to thank their many friends for, and now connected with at Is Invitedto The crew began work at the goods were 'ruined by lack of Thomas.. E. K. Ferryman. Guy An. State Road Patrolman H. P. : ?

:, Hannon P. Morgan their kindness and flowers during -I Shadycreat Hospital. ha been a The' public out and cordially:enjoy the fun. State Farm end. refrigeration. dr.... C. J. Powell. Barney Mc- GWen of Stark. Is Investigating.! i

flten4entlect. their recent bereavement.Mrs. resident of Starke over ilx years. come I Rae and E. W. Hayes. ,; _-4''

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u ter Georgia Irene, in St. Luke's days,

: ; 1 Bradford County Telegraph Dull Day !"estate Farm HamptonBy Hospital.19.Mr. Jacksonville, on June Graham''By Mrs.were Mr.Willweekend dinner and Mr.lUesta Jolla Of lit

By Mra Bryan Mrs. M. C. Sweeney and Mrs. A. O. McKinney Mrs. Johsj McKI*.ey Melton, In W

r.nll.*nil Every Friday and Entered a* SeceM ItemsBy Whltfietre of Jacksonville were the guests of day.Mr
+", at the PontMEMBER Office at Starke, 11*. e Mr and Mrs. H. B. Arwood over and Mrs
Rader and RIchard
I Q- Matter! II. O. Davis Mrs Rosalee family and
j Jane Rlcharde celebrated her NEW METHODIST MINSTER the weekend.' and Pete Rader of Penney Farms children, ot Gain

: ..,. ', 1948 - -, tenth birthday anniversary by The Rev. Monroe C. Hatch, a Mrs. Joyce Futch and Mrs. Jew were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jolin! guests or Mot

having a small group of her young recent graduate of Emory University ell Royal were visiting Mrs Fred McKinney Sunday night. parents, Mr. and M/'I 1:4:

i Ilsbses/ptlor et.to For SU Moatks Picture of the week :was the friends Join her for a swimming Atlanta Ga.. Is the new Moore vho U a patient of St. Mr. and Mrs. E. Strickland of and Mrs Carl Jones, Mra.
'" 9* little two-year-old clicking: and party on June 15: at the Kings- Pastor of the Methodist Church Luke's Hospital last Tuesday Nichols, were visiting'frlenda and sick John McKin, are
down the courthouse ley Lake home of her grandpar and preached his Initial sermon week. list this week W.
clacking The WMU of the Baptist Church relatives here last
PROSPERITYWith ante Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rltch. here Sunday afternoon at 4 P. M. a speedy recovery.
.1 t OBJECT: sidewalk In her Mamma's shoes. met for a business and soclatmc..tillll' F. Reynolds of Key West spent
Brian Kucera has and Mrs. Hatch reside .In -
citizen in Starke recuperated at the home of Mrs H. B. Friday night and Saturday here, RULED
of good of the Cotlrthouse PRACTtc&
the cooperation every nicely at his home following Waldo where they also have a '
and the adjoining countryside, the TRADE AT HOME loyalty and bablee County Judge E. K. recent tonsilectomy In a Jacksonville al charge. The former pastor, The social Arwood hour last Tuesday.Mrs. Arwood During served the with relatives.hIm on Earl the Starling return trip accompanied 8 ft\amBradtorei* Z. for school ehlld"",

eampaijm currently being launched by the merchantsof Perryman tells me that last month hospital. Rev:Ralph Rivers who presided Coss
Orlando where he will graph' ,
and cake ,
ice far
Starke. through the columns of the Telegraph] can do (May) was the first In his six Mr. and Mrs., R. W. Dorn and here for the past three years. her guests cream 1 I as as

incalculable good. Though it is built on principles of the teen years as County Judge that their little .osi. Rusty, are now living has been transferred to Fruitland Mr. and Mrs C. E, Stricklandof
not a single marriage license was In the house Gainesville were the guests of Y
it and occupied by Mr. Park.
comes as something new
& most ordinary commonsense sold. He's doing a bit better this and Mrs. Mrs. Strickland's mother, Mrs.
Ke.ly Tyus until their
h r wonderful, a challenging call to all our people. June, however. recent move to their new Stark Miss Martha Horne and J: W. T. J. Terry, last Sunday. R. B. Alvarez & S
for the drive '
advertisement as a
S The opening appears Incidentally. Judge Ferryman home. Mr. Dorn. a medical student Horne, Jr., returned to their home Several of the Lawtey boys <

,i full-page feature in today"s TeTe'flr'r'a'p'hsrdulshrdhzzfullpage was worried for awhile about the at Columbia University Is an Sunday night after a five-day were In Starke last Saturday

feature in today's Telegraph. In the news columns 1948-48 fishing licenses. On the attache at the hospital during the visit with relatives In ReevesvUle, playing on the Rosier Brothers '

are interviews with a number of citizens queried as to back of the licenses was printed summer months. S. C. They were accompanied 1 soft ball team. Transfer' & Storage Coj

their reaction to a campaign so unusual yet so universally "Use of motor boats OF ANY Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rivers and home by their gran Imother. Mr' Mrs. Ma Wells was a business",

\ \ needed. Already on the streets and wherever people engage KIND prohibited on all fresh wa their son, Willie,. Jr.. of Auburn- W. H. McAlhaney and Ernestine visitor Jacksonville last' Tues AGENT FOR DELCHER BROSJ

1 in conversation, there are discussions as to whether a ters." The Game Commission fin. dale spent Sunday with Mr. and Johnson,, who will remain for several day.

drive of this sort actually can start a new era of prosperity ally got around to notifying the Mrs. C. D. Sellers. weeks. Miss \rthurine Blanchard was MNIIg taj Phone 9105

I ', In Starke. Judge that the sentence should Mr. and Mrs.C. J. Rose of Tallahassee Mrs. Otis Forsyth left Friday I the weekend guest of hu? parents

N: a: "It could do it all right," a thoughtful man told us. : read "Use of AIRPROPELLEDmotor were visitors of Mr. and for Norfolk. Va., where she wU Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard.Mr. We Operate Local and Lent
boats........." Mrs. H. R. LInzy from Friday foln her husband who la stationed and Mrs. J. M. iriwnlng
: individual in Starke took
I; "I doubt that a single ever a until Sunday. Mrs. Llnzy and with the Coast Guard there. Utr.1JI iance. Also Hauling Any l
and Mr. R. W Futch were in
in another town with the deliberate
?t:1: dollar away to spend R. B. Alvarez Farmer's Mar I their children returned to Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Turner Ralford last Tuesday evening as Starke City Limits.
p ;Lt idea of hurting his home town friends and neighbors. Buying and
ket manager, and I were weep. with Mr. and Mrs. Rose daughter, Betty Joyce, of the dinner guests of Mr and Mrs
i. out of town is just the result of thoughtlessness. Few of us for Lakeland Ga. SEE US FIRST
; ing the other day over the poor a two weeks stay. spent Sunday here A. C. Crews -
have ever stopped to calculate the damage! we are doing to crop season In Bradford County Mrs. J.. A. Bouvier has been the as guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L
r Rev. and Mrs. G. V. Lee
;j{ t our own welfare when we lessen the welfare of our town asa this year Mr. Alvarez Is an excellent guest of Mr and Mrs Cecil, Me- Hlnson. to Jacksonville last Tuesday. M....

whole. If we stopped to think we could certainly be smart news source, although he Rae In McIntosh since Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardyand Lee will outer Riverside Hospital

:t enough to see that it is money kept circulating Starke knows he runs the danger of beIng to be present at the festivities at. four children are spending for treatment From where I sit

i that keeps the wheels of business turning. mis-quoted by errandrunnerDavis. ,tendant upon the Hamrlck-McRae some time In Columbia, S. C.. Mr ard Mrs. Ike Sheppard of ..Jj' oe

"You asked me if this TRADE AT HOME campaign I'm about as' much a dirt ,wedding which will be an event of visiting Mrs. Hardy's sister, Mrs.

;. would get results." our friend continued. "I said it would- farmer as the politicians who were i Thursday, .June 24. Wm. Hodge. Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.

IF. Bat let me amend that. I want to say it WILL. I believe raving about "the old gray. mare" Mr. and Mrs. D., L. Shaw of Mrs L. L. Bedenbaugh spent John Bryant and small daughterof

that our people are fully as smart as those of other towns not so long ago: La Crosse were luncheon guests last week In St. Petersburg visiting Tennessee were the guests of -::' '

""e [ believe they will welcome this opportunity to give their That was a small Item we carried of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews last her brother, Clarence New. their uncle and aunt Mr. and They let the Wives!i

last week about the crop Wednesday. Spencer Crews) returned sum, who Is seriously lit there. Mrs. T. L. Walnwrlght, last Sat
and themse\'es-greater prosperity.
c -- leaaon. mainly because bad news home with his relative for Irving Young" and Lewis SIkes urday afternoon p-- r- i s
He ,, speaking we think for all Starke. r
was :,
r la short and to the A visit. W. E. Marshal
usually point. Hammack City
enjoyed a weeks camping to__
trip The :-GPe of ear tows ...terAft.r the "f..."
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-- -- Only good news seems to havethe Mr. and Mrs :J.. W Woodwardhad Lake Cherry, near Madison, with moved his family to Lawtey tallied their wires the other night took their
I of elabodatlon and this week. wiTtsnait sat
if.i PHONE IMS I l.Jtfli! quality as their dinner guests at noon theH dub boys. eel ., their feeds'* .,.,ka.. darts: sad later theycations.
details. But the main
I many Sunday Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Gibson Mr. and Mrs. Everett Geiger "
bS burger sandwiches and lee cold ( The
Is that few to realize pny .,
1 people seem and children, Hubert and and little ESTATEflat
son, of Jacksonville REAL
were .beer (The girls had hinted that aromd with
Dr. U. G. Turner the significance of the ten the bojt
crop Pamela and
'I Mr. and Mrs James Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs. <
i failures. Houck, an of Jacksonville Freeman Hall. Mrs. your property for sal. they'd like te see ,what west, oatwhe that It was mighty tu
1 DENTIST Gelger'
'j Only last week, the new Methodist When Mrs) H, W. Prlngle returned Mr. and Mrs. Bolen Hall returned with me. I have HId many their huhsaesgot together!); FroM where I nt, (U',t tpanionship

9311/j W. University Ave I preacher, J. R. Hill, and I to her home In Auburndale with them for a lengthy piece., of property and have Being wary, the boys'provided'chicken among young j

4g 4gh i were talking the situation oves.I Thursday of last week followinga vIsIt. many prospective buyers. A sandwiches and cake and today, and their modn
Gainesville, Florida He had Into town the visit with relatives In this square deal la guaranteed. A
I gotten only section Rolfel. Tracy and Norma Jean cider-for those wives who might sensible beverage like 1 1M.
night before, and he was doing of the otate. she was accompanied fair commission la all that I require -
; I Jones have returned to their home have other tastes. But though they won the younger genn_,
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a' member
of theRealty
a better job of pumping Information by Patricia Willard who Is
after a ten day visit with their were grateful for the choice, most a wholesome reputation
t nut of me than I was find- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Prlngle and Board you may be
of the wives agreed that ham.
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs
M. B. .
..fir STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES Ing out about him. He asked other Auburndale relatives. Layfield In Trenton.A assured to the that I will representyou burger sandwiches and beer weremighty Qui
best of
about Industries in town, and 1 Guests of Mr and Mrs. Dennis musical my ability. 'a

'; A Complete Line of Builders Supplies told him of the plastic plants Fancher during the weekend were Young People's treat Choir was Practice enjoyed and at N. D. WAINWRIGHT.. pleasant combination.*

Phone 48 Across From 8.A.L. Depot Delivery Service the Standing mining deal, and W. W. McCrary and Miss L. ,C. Community Prayer Meeting last Realtorr- Phone 154
other sundry businesses. Hyatt of Jacksonville and Mr. and Copyright 1948.. Viultd Sane Brews i fmillI *

Mrs. J:H. McCrary and their son, week, when special numbers were ..... ",,,. .,........... .............."'.........
I "And the rest of the townspeople rendered by Corbin and Gene Car. '' / Yl@tl111YUwA Y'n''htflWMUt mini','IIUIIIIIIIIHIIUIIIWWHIIIHIHIIIWIJIHIIMII UIIIII''IIIU''UIIWIIIUUIUI"'OWI' ,
Sherwin-Williams' Paints r..rllank..Mone Michael, of Atlanta, Georgia.During I
live by trading with the nell, or Ormond
PaInt Your House Home Water Systems the past week Mrs. George Leddenof 'A v''tYiie'I''M &

1 Hauling
farmers T" asked the
Aad ray by The Month Terms If Desired preacher. Newman Marshall and Miss Joyce Daytona, Edna and Leonard
bra I gave some thought to that one Noegel of Starke.
Marshall Mrs. Homer Marks and
but I had to answer yes. Brad Miss Barbara of Miss Georgia Brannen
r METAL & COMPOSITION ROOFING ford County .Is certainly rural, and Mrs.Marks Homer Apalachicola of- land Is.visiting\ her grandparents 'Let Your Moving Worries Be Our Trouble.
yqv ; TIa...-... Asphalt. Shinnies (Green Blue) Building Hardware and although I come no nearerto East Point were visitors of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen and -

Hardware Cloth Common and FUlsh. NaJls Asbee- a plow handle than to driving and Mrs. J. L. Williams.Mrs. other relatives here. FOR PROMPT, COURTEOUS SERVICE CA

.' tee Siding Cement.. Mortar Mix a 1948 Ford, .I certainly live J. O. Caldwell and Misses Mrs. Alma Saxon and Miss Jessie !
.. .
.L: oft the land. Wright enjoyed '
a large
Mary Jo, June, Peggy and Frances family

mm. mmma m a i ** Why put on airs? We're 0'n17 Caldwell visited Mrs. J. 'B. picnic at Gold Head Branch Parkon Billy Jackson Moving :& Ha

1k LUMBER;:-'All. Grades I MOLDING All Kinds a hop, skip, and. jump from the Caldwell In Ocala and Mr. and Sunday Tuesday, they plaited
good sound earth. Mrs. A. G. Tongue in Fairfield Mrs. Saxon's sister Mrs. 'Jessie

That's why the crop failures Friday and Saturday. Roger Misses In Mabel Jacksonville Greene and. 'Inez I Phone 165 I STARKE FLA. Phone 49-W

BRONZE SCREEN WINDOWS & DOORS bother me. And they were worrying
ij Market Manager Alvarez, Peterson Gainesville, who, are now employedin anwum"nuiiwmwinnunnm' ''''' '!!!,'' ,muwuni'!! n'"iuiMnmii Hmimr,,, '...iinjtmiHmw'' mlmUmIlNllnmlll.n.'mrllllmllum.n"mINlII""lm''p.UUOlunJ, .. ", !!fl" "." ",... ",."",,.._
spent Sunday here
Wx too. But he was looking on the with their
Pine Level 1 respective families.[
good side. And I've never seen Mrs. Ann R. Guy la spending

anyone so capable in putting ,the this week In Lake
By Mrs. II. M. McRae City as a guest
significance of God In a crate of of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace M. JOD.lln. .
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bea nl. On the other hand. I've .

l earned long ago that not all sermons Services at Pine Level Baptist TIRED

THIS come from pulpits. Church were well attended Sun . . SHOPPERS

"You know," says good Baptist day morning and evening. Bap- Y

Alvarez, "We're looking on ,1am, was held during the evening Lawtey

the bad sIde without thinking of service.
M of the good For instance, .we Mr. and Mrs A. F Hall and Bj I. H. r.tch
didn't do so well on corn this children who spent a few days' .
;,1 year (actually about one-fifth of vacation here, returned to their RECEPTIONThe FIND PAUSE FOR

last year's crop), but what corn home In Jacksonville Monday. Ladles of the Methodist\

IS THE CAR we did have came In about 12 days visited During at their St. Augustine vacation ,they Auburn-also Church gave a reception on last
early If it had come In earlier, dale and Marineland. Friday evening at the home of

It would have conflicted with : Dinner guests of )(1'. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs L. H. Futch honoring
Southern. corn. If it had come in the Rev. and Mrs. Ballard
OF H. M. McRae
THE Sunday Mr.
; YEAR! it the usual time (June 1)) or 1 and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and were family. Wilson, the new pastor of the COKE REFRESH

later Northern corn would have Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and Churcr-! Soon after the guests' .

knocked It out. So our corn came family Mr.' and Mrs. Owen Mc arrived they were favored with a

So In just right"But Rae and eon, Harley, and Vernon solo< by Miss Lou Edwards of

<" the' pay.off'came when he Underhill, of Starke. Jacksonville, accompanied by her

added the punch lint!, "Under circumstances Miss Jo Ann Myrlck of Jack mother Mrs Will Edwards, at the

./ like that how can sonville Is visiting. Mr. and Mrs piano. Following this, community DftWJKIKTlTLlNG

Anyone doubt the existence of a Robert Myrick. singing\ and games were enjoyedby o /

Supreme Being" Mr. and Mrs T. N. Normanand those present. Refreshments # e,

When I left the Market, I was son. Gerald, of Heilbronn consisting of punch and homemade

lot thinking of corn. Springs were visiting Mr. and ceV>kles were served x

Mrs. Norman's parents Mr. and ; '
Mayor O. J. Phillips In
Congratulations to Leaton Mor- Mr*. R. M. McRae, Monday after.

Tn, Jr., who married MelvIn Me- noon.Mr. Fernandlna.last meeting of Friday the League attendingthe of
Klnney's daughter Marie, last and Mrs. Owen McRae son''k
Municipalities While\ there he
j jt' veek. I was Invited to their re- were among those enjoying the visited the paper mills He was

"eptlon Sunday, but just couldn't church social and fish fly at displaying samples of the paper 'k 1

make It.I.eaton. Hampton Lake Saturday afternoon made at these mllli_ m___ j ;
from Corinth
and I were In Bradford Baptist Church. Rev. Ballard Wilson and L. H

High together but he was knownas Miss Shirley Denmark of Tampa Futch attended the meeting of

"Blue Boy" In those days. He Is visiting her uncle and aunt Mr. the Gainesville District of Methodist I
and Mrs A. J. Fender.
+ll wore so many blue shirts that Churches In Wllliston last
k l Mr. and Mrs. Willis Lewis of
+ r.i the name stuck. I've spent many Tuesday. t

a pleasant hour at his home, Plant City is visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs. R. W Futch of
here this week.
m'It'f'l bout half way between Starke tMiddleburg were guests of Mr.
and Lawtey at cane boilings and Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. L. H. Futch this week.

Its The all that. Some of my richest memories I* A. Crosby Thursday evening Miss Arlle Gallegar of Lake
were Mr. and Mrs A. Hall
F. and
I fj. however center around the children of Butler was a business visitor to
Mr. and
when Leaton last
strawberry season Lawtey Friday. Miss Galle
Mra. Robert Taylor and
would ride my bike around the daughter, gar la connected with the Chil V
fields while I shot robins (which Charlene, of Lake City and Mr. dren's Bible Mission In this area. y
and Mrs. H. M. McRae and Earl
j. 1949 FORD were eating berries) with his 12 Alvares. Some road equipment was mov-

uage shotgun.Leaton ed onto the Lawtey-Raiford road

didn't own a bicycle, CARD OF THANKS during the week preparatory to a

t. and my mother wouldn't let me (Editor's note: The following beginning work on hardsurfaclng .#,AA

,' 1 hoot gunsI.! Item was given to us for publication the JoIn road.! Gertie Thompklns of Ral- 4

I' the one and only by P. D. Reddish following ford was a business visitor here ;
Not least the visitorso
among the second prImary June 25. This
wr r NEW Car in its field Starke last Saturday morningwas copy was Inadvertantly misplacedin last Saturday. i
Earl H. _Ticknor of Gainesville
the cow that strolled hurriedly -
our office and was not published
was a business visitor here last
down Can Street! at the time requested. We
Frlda .
regret this oversight on our part S. >J Futch spent several
SEE IT TODAY and are clad to public hthts Item, Jacksonville\ this week. daysIn

AUTOMOBILE as it was again submitted to us M.... Jewel Royal and daughterof
LIABILITY INSURANCE by Mr. Reddish this week). :
I Ar Tampa are the guests of Mr. 9
"I wish to thank the'
Although ..t _paIIefy it Is people of and Mrs. Fred Moore this week.
Bradford for their
County fine
much safer to carry Liability Mrs. Joyce Futch and son Ralph
I support which resulted in
Ira.ee. I repcewwt only e4dHoe. my were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
to the office of Sheriffof
reliable stock eompaoJeeVour Bradford County. I wish A.- St. Futch In Quincy last week.
business will be apprecf at end.
this. time to renew my pledge for -
ateIL Mr. and Mrs Ovid L. Futch of
an honeet. fair administration of t'.i
ANDREWS MOTOR COMPANY In W. Call Street this. office and hope that i mad Llthia are announcing the ,birthof yk y, rLRAS (IM

Bradford Cw. Telegraph have the a son. Sanford Jerome on June .....
Opposite cooperation of every A ... 1
T. Mrs. Futch .Is the former Miss _j empty IIGCIId po.
(PHONE 118 199 W. MADISON ST. Ptwee 1M citizen of Bradford County toward .. ,onuo
MllJred ,
this. end." May of Lawtey. o.
STARKE !'LA. 'N. D. WsJnwright. Jr. Sincerely Mr. and Mra Fred Moore are STARKE"Oln Tag COC4.COL. coaesy 1y
a P. D. Reddish flouncing: the birth of a daugh IU5I'ANYO
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I LOYAL! To Yourself n'' o 3 9Bo"U" H1J@ : :

And TO STARKE, S. L f, fN/

\ ._ f1ERt al to
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This is your town. It belongs to youf Its welfare-is your welfare. // ., ,ti .i. ,
Its prosperity: means betterment for you. When you deal with It

your own town's merchants, you deal with yourself. "

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When you wish to buy an article big or little try to find it in ,"": 'l !11 I:

a local store. You not only are likely to discover exactly what you '-.rJj 15''n n C;? i t

want, but at a price as low as that asked in the larger town to which (O4' 4' G=;\no n II 'f'f .
you are sometimes lured. ,

t 1mRl oorw : :$! ,

If a merchant does not have 4 r tt+, : i

what you want, he will get it \ ,. r" i
you. And he gives with ni. 'I .
4. 1
that service the backing of his .' t '.t I[ ',

Today I mean ,to..remember that honesty and friendliness.Increase. -. = : i. '
(this is my town ....... .Whatever ,I 55 ;\ : f'I I

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give it,I give to myself. Whatever- '.. ,
FNRl4N' 't ,
I du to promote its better growth, '

:I do for myself and mine Selfish Business Activity NOW! # LIJ; I '

? Yes, but that pledge will keep!, : I, ,
::1 ; i ,
to energies, -
ready use
me my my r t I i

money my very dreams to ,;i>,:' Buy from your hometown people. Pay your money to local business and professional firms. _.____.. .._' "_ ._,_ 1!? .. j, :' ,

Realize how important it is for home-town, citizens to support hometown stores. f.' ,,' f F ::
bring benefits to the town I call ;;" 5 t tc
--t: !.. 'l'; ,$ I

HOME.From: ':'c t,;' ,.:,\ \; The Spirit That Makes A Town Forge Ahead Is Here '. :' :'. 0 r I ,t '; ''i!I I:I

( a Citizen's Note Book)") : ':;''; Help It To Become A Greater Power u. :'. ". l I

',\'.";," 1 r : I I'e.

"...." Loyal 1 To: STARKE" .. J'"!. ; I t t' I;t

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\\is messafie urging the people of this community to shop in local stores is sponsored by- 1,.( ,,;'If(i

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DENMARK Starke TAXI Service G. J. McGRIFF Harley F. Strong Ii .

Furniture Co. Phone 150 Day or Nile General; Electric Products JEWELER'" ,: ,f,' .
T.I.A.C i l
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Supply I J.'' .",..', Furniture Co. -., FARM, HOME & DRY GOODS .a .' l'I'' {., I'
," ii' ., AUTO SUPPLY 1"
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Department Store ''1"f':jW 1',' : ,, '. : ': & i'
; r i' Plumbing .HeatingROBBINS : .
,"....:::t. ,. ", /;) ", .'j" ;',' .,' KOCH DRUG fT.-. : r, f.. i
The Store of Values ,' ,' t : Cleaners ,It J/I; !'. ANDREWS r .Jir [ 1f i .
,.v ',, ,'. 3 .' Motor Company .. !I'! i I
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ALVAREZ STOR'J;'";; .',:.-\' '''" ''X':!j.'r,'',. '' '!!'y,,,-r The I I (Itfr,". t.. ,
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:. :M >, : !., .\, The I" S .
'. Drug Store .. Ii :
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'. ." ,- L'SMART. \ COOK'S ,.. I t i 1f..
BANK .. "
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At Starke ,}}:. A &PFood r r"WESTERN }
Member F.D. I.C. ..'t Store "1", ..' ", AUTOAssociate '!Ti'. W' ELECTRIC SERVICE '.J' f ,'I '
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i" : ., ,r !>> ,: Store i I .' SUPPLY .
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.M ?.;y; ",.. p',) ..S. .f J. F Owner \'; :,

i BRADFORDHardware Co. ,''f.t.' i:.i ,,. Dewey D.'WilliamsPainting ....4'r; : I WINKLER r.,1 I' ,,

p!,!'f.';" \,.',. :..... & Decorating ...:,1: ,' ," ,, STARLING'S"r'' ..., ELECTRIC SERVICE :

.,.:Hi. ';:.:" 1 4: !P Grocery & Market .' ; : f '.
H.C.WALLAgency, ., "" 'r.
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',OIt FLORIDA & RITZ '.;-f i 'I: I" GEM JEWELRY CO. f' I
"."." THEATRES. : LAWSON'S MARKET '1 I 1.-[; Ed Simpson' Jeweler I ,

".:?: I : & COLD STORAGE t i. ,iU .

Lacy Sllcox,'Owner ',....,':,. GIFT SHOP ', ,
Infants and Children JR
Clothing for "
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,. l B. Miss SnodgrassAnd Yvonne Savage candles, was Placed
Ladies Auxiliary Miss Grace Green And Donald Page the yard, on '
SOCIETY and CLUBSOffice Meets At Home Wed In Church Ceremony In Folkston Ga.Mis Mr. ThomasTo Celebrates BirthdayYvonne of the group. PClure \litre t,

Wed July 7thMr. Mrs. O. W
Of Mrs. DuncanThe Savage five-year-old wpite
I l Grace V. Green, daughterof wa.
Gladys Mooty Recldenre daughter of Mr. and Mr. C.IW. by Mrs. C W It
Mr. and Mrs. Adam T. Green, and Mrs. John N. Snodgrassof Savage
Phone Si Ladles Auxiliary of the of Carol
Editor Savage waa givena White
J. Phone Z 9 !In
became the bride of Donald B. i Scottaboro. Ala., announce the Serving
Presbyterian Church held Its regular birthday party by her grandparent and cake
I of Mr. and Mr. to
Page lIOn and approaching marriage YVonne'
at the home of Mrs. engagement
meeting *, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White their
\ 1 William W. of Jackson- Jean, to mothers.
\It" Page of their daughter and Other
K. O Duncan Tuesday evening/ at at their home on Lake Street, Favors fn
J Miss Marjorie Davis Weds H. G. Davis Jr. 8:00: o'clock. Topic of the meet- ville* last Saturday June 19thin Archibald J. Thomas, Jr., eon o* Wednesday afternoon, June 18. er'hatl.were brightly, cokJ

In St. Marks Church Wednesday EveningA Ing was "Fellow World Citizens". the First Methodist Church Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas oj Miss Kate Struth and Miss Carol
In Folk ton. Ga. The Rev. For. -
) Mr. E. M. Davis acting secretary Starke. White led the children in playing MIllS GertrUde
wedding of beauty was the gladioli and Easterreed daisies, led the devotion consisting rest J. Gilbert officiated at the The wedding will be an event many enjoyable indoor and out Ridge Ark.. Is Bush of p.

\ marriage of Miss Marjorie Luclle flanked with burning white tapers. of Bong, scripture and prayer.. double ring ceremony.Tall 7, at the door games after which the white, ot Dr. and Mrs.the hour
and Mrs. The brlda'a table was overlaid Basket of white of Wednesday July I H, }11.
of Mr. gladioli
Davis, daughter Mrs. O. Warren Kaufmann program birthday cake bearing five green! this week. t
Rawson J. Davis, to Horance G. with an Imported) cut-work ban- leader, presented the Interspersed with fernery were home of the bride's parents In
Davis, Jr,, son of Mrs. W. N. quet cloth and was centered with bers of the choir In a choral read placed on either side of the altar Scottsboro.The .

North of Ralford and H. G. Davis the beautifully embossed three- ing. The choir also rendered Lighted taper cast a soft glow bride-elect Is a graduateof Effective July 1st ,We Offer
N. C., which tiered wedding cake. Around the the
of Rocky Mount over setting.
J three vocal selection "Shortenln'Bread" Huntington College, Mo tgom-
: took place at 7:00 o'clock Wed- cake were little bunches of white "Annie Laurie" and The bride, given by her brother
i tube roses and carnation buds cry Ala., and has been music LARGE INDIVIDUAL
nesday evening in St. Marks Episcopal "Come to the Fair". I Herbert A. Green was attired In LOCK!
Church. Rev. S. W. Crea- tied with white satin ribbon. Silver i Instructor ,at the Mayo school tn
tr a light blue afternoon dress,
the double ring candelabras at each end of the Mrs. H. H. Young, 'president i Starting
performed the
ey Mayo past year.
complimented with white
accessories. AT
'i $1 PER
table with burning white tapers presided over the business meetIng MONTH
I ceremony. were surrounded.with white bridal at which time it was decidedto She wore a halo of blue July 1 Mix Snodgrasa will begin
Decorating the church were baskets flower In her hair and wore a of
I hold an all day session on her duties as music supervisor
illusion. Sliver held Individual
of white gladioli, calla lllle 100. Percent Refrigeration for CuredIeatt: I
of bud
corsage pink rose '
cakes, mints and mixed July 1 for Mission Study. A cov- Bradford County schools.Mr. 'Veglsl
tables) and Other
and carnations, banked in palms I Products
ered dish luncheon will be served. Mrs. Willard Pass, a cousinof '
1 .] white nuts. The punch table was centered Thomas is graduate;: of
\: and greenery and lighted Plans were also made for one the bride attended as matronof Judge Gardiner
with a bowl imbedded
branched candelabra. cut-glaan Bradford School in the clan
in : High .
tapers with fern and gladioli member to vend a.package .overseas honor and wore''' an afternoon STARKE' ICE CO.
( The brass altar vases held ar-I'' floyerettes. to the needy., dress of chartreuse crepe with Observes BirthdayJudge of '40 and graduated from Florida,

i rangements of white gladioli I black accessories. John E. Mooreof Law School in February '48.
A Bible
quiz program was con-
carnations. The family pews: Mrs. Felix StrasHberger of DaytonA George A. Gardiner had
aii. i were marked with clusters o f Beach assisted in cutting the ducted bv Mrs. Guy Andrews. Jacksonville served aa best the pleasure of celebrating his
it wedding cake. The bride's book After the bunlnesn meeting and man.,, Sunday
white gladioli blossoms tied 83rd birthday anniversary on -
f white satin ribbon. was kept by Miss Dottie Sue program. Mrs. Duncan Invited her Serving n* usher were Willard June 13, at a family dinnerat You Can't Feed,A' Family On
guests Into the dining room for Weekend
Pass of Starke and Charles H.
1 Mrs. Lemuel Colson, orginls) Biggs. the home of his soninlawand
During the Mr. and delightful Page of Jacksonville brother of I Mr. and Mrs. Z. '
rendered a program of nuptial evening daughter Specials. Try Our New Low
4 II, music preceding the ceremony Mrs. Davis left for a week' wed-, the brldegdoom. J. Roberts, In Hastings. Four : Store

'11' and Miss Virginia Sewell vocalist. ding trip to points North after Wedding Party Mrs. Page Is a graduate of generations of the family were Prices Day.

.1 sang "Because", "My Hero" and which they will be at home at Is EntertainedBy Bradford High School. Mr Page present to enjoy the day with Every, .
"The Lord's Prayer". The trad the E. L. Matthew residence on' attended the University of Flor- the Judge, who always celebrateshis ,

.j!f tlonal wedding marches were used 8th Street for the remainderof i Two Hostesses ida and the University of Illinois birthdays surrounded by his .
'1il for the processional and rece the summer. The bride traveled and Is a Southern distributor for r White HoiiMMILK3>
children, grandchildren angreat
atonal. in a Navy blue faille bolero' Mrs. E.; L. Matthews and Mrs. Beechnut Chewing Gum. '
'. suit, with Navy blue and white T. Frank Landrum entertained ata grandchildren : tall cans .
j'; Given in marriage by her father, Attending the wedding; were 424C
: the bride chose a lovely model of accessories. Her corsage was a'' delightful buffet supper Tuesday Donnie Page Mr. and Mr. C. T. N. Kendrick accompanied

{\1bridal la tin. The fitted bodice single orchid. evening at the Matthews H. Page and Mr and Mrs. EdgarE. Judge and Mrs. Gardiner for Rite Meats g clock
home following the, Davis-Davis Super Quality
I featured a white embroidered net Mrs. Davis Is a graduate of Page Mr. and Mrs. Raymond this enjoyable event.
'\\11' yoke outlined with a white satin ,Bradford High School and received wedding O'Dell. Jr, Mrs. John E. Moore, COFFEE, 1 .Ib. .

\E': bertha. The long sleeves tapered a degree from Florida State Numerous arrangements of rums, all of Jacksonville and Mr. ,and Jr. CluUToMeet SiinnyfleM W .
i,4, td points over the wrists with two University. Tallahassee earlier i zinnias and summer flowers and Mrs. Adam T. Green of Starke. ; oz. can BunenlneORANGE
,,::410.elfcovered buttons. The volume this month. white taper were used In decorat- The Jounlor Woman's Club will Sliced BACON, lb. -, 69ct8

!rJ''1\\ incus skirt terminated In a long, Mr. Davis la also a graduate of, ing the home. Miss Hough Weds meet Thursday evening July 1. JUICE I
1't I,; slightly flared court train. Tiny BHS and has just received the The dining table was overlaid at 8 o'clock In the club house. Sulffs PwmJumBEEF

"I,"' self-covered buttons extended 1 In .degree of Bachelor of Arts. in: with a lovely lace cloth centered Mr. Dempsey Miss Virginia Sewell. who recently
Ik the back from the decolletage tol' Journalism from the Universityof I with a' low arrangement of sum- LIVER, lb. 69c
I Waldo ChurchThe graduated from the Florida .
; the waistline Two veil, one full Florida. He was a member of mer flowers flanked with silver r

l'1\I. I !length and the other shoulder Delta Tau Delta social fraternityand candle holder containing burning Waldo Baptist Church was State University Music Depart-' Meaty DEXO

'i I length fell In graceful folds from a Signal Delta Chi honorary white tapers. MUwes. Idell and the scene of a beautiful wedding ment will be heard In aeveralpiano

l.i:'' ', beaded tiara. She carried a professional fraternity. Martha Landrum assliited the Thursday. afternoon June 10, at selections. SPARE RIBS, lb. .J 49c SHORTENINGPORK
: book adorned with white, hostesses In caring for their '
1 Prayer a 4 o'clock, when Miss Imogen Hostesses for the evening will

J5J'f.purplethroated f'! orchid and showered Lex Green, Jr. guests. Hough daughter ,,of Mr*. Louie be Misses Barbara Cameron, Virginia CHOPS lb.
.i; I!1, with tube roses and whit I Miss Marjorie Davis, whon Dempsey of Graham' became the 49c 31& -1.11
J J1.... satin Has Sewell and Mrs. H A. < can
Birthday Party marriage was an event of Wed- bride of Dr. Joseph N, Altmyera,

1'1 Her only ornament, a gift of nesday evening, wan presentedwith son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Alt Bishop Jr. Brisket BEEF lb. '' 37c
Lex Green Jr., celebrated histenth .. -
::11 the bridegroom, was a single a sugar spoon In her chosen myers' of Daphne. Rev. Fred r I" .
y", strand of pearls. birthday anniversary Monday design by the hostessed. Smith performed the ceremony.The or No. 2 can SweetPICNIC
June 14, when hj,. ,
r" r, Mrs. Leonard F. Smith, Jr., att1f. parents Fifty guests, members of the bride, given In marriage by 4 to 8 Ib. avg. lon
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green enter PEAS ''. .. .. 1
tended her sister as matron of wedding party, out of town !her HAMS
step-father Louie Dempsey lb. 47c
several of his friend* at a -
""J honor. Her gown of yellow swimming party at the Gre n friends and relatives and others ,was attired in a white wool suit SPAaRTARKE .
; watermarked taffeta fash- were present to enjoy the oc '
I I was summer home on Klngstey Lake. with white accessories and carried 1 lb. can Ion*
: f. toned In the same design as the casion. /e'white book topped Meaty
After dellclgus refreshments of prayer
;;;'rC,, bride's with a matching hat ofIi' roasted welners. Ice ('ream. birth. with an orchid and Btreamera of Sun. Mon. June :27 28 NECK BONES, lb. 17c PORK & BEANS 1
; : yellow taffeta. She carried anosegay Miss Nollman white aatln.Piecedlng.
f. day cake arid soft drink, n num-
of orchid button 5th Avenue
r t chrysanthemum -
tel of Interesting jrnmes were the ceremony a program -
i' 'l backgrounded with Is HonoreeAt of Fresh MULLET lb. 25c Old South Orange JUICE
1: B orchid net tied wit horchld satin played. nuptial music was rend Don DeFore Ann Hauling, ,
,. Assisting Mrs Creep with her Coca Cola Party ered by Mrs. Carolyn Wiggins, Charles Haggles
ribbons. Miss! Mabel Jean Morrlaon 12 16-oz. 4
Htle' guests were Mrs. R. ,P.r Stub- } pianist) and Mrs. Fred Smith, soloi Also. New At Headless cans -
.fy J 'of Laurel ,Hill served asbridesmaid bin, Mr: J. R. Kite and Mrs, MIHS Catharine Nollman, bride- *'t asng"Becaueand-a''J 1A.vt 1 ComedyTuew. .I'\. Whiting, lb. 20c
wearing! a gown of t'elect, was complimented with a r June
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Lloyd H. Jennings. Truly" The traditional wed. ONLY ..
;J;rt orchid net tied with orchid aatlnI Invited to enjoy the party'with Coca-Cola party given Thursday ding marches were also uned.Mis THEY WON'T Salt Water Bream lb. Old South'Grapefruit JUIC
; loned on the aarne lines as that of 25c
I'-'f lAx, Jr., were Carol and Walter morning by Mrs. T. Frank Lan 'Jean i
Altmyera, 01
'1" the bride. Her nosegay wan of drum and Mrs. E. L. Matthews.The 12 6oz. .. 40
Jennings of :Memphis, Tenn., cans -
bridegroom attended as maid BELIEVE
lt Kt, yellow button chrysanthemums George Canova, Ouasey Kopelou- home of Mrs. Matthew on of honor." ME 10 oz. Recipe

!JI. with a graekground of yellow net sos, Billy Harrington, Raymond Eighth street' formed the settingfor Robt. Young,
,\rq: with satin ribbon The junior the affair. James F. Womeldruf served as Hayward 15c '
Harrington, Raymond Steffanel- ,BAKERSCOCONUT
.JI"' bridesmaid beat man and ushers* were Ray
was Miss Frances
Lan- Wed. _
II i. Tommy Ramsey Tommy GUI The serving table was simply; 1 Thur June SO
Goodwin of Jacksonville .,
( drum who wore a blue taffeta and Jt,M July 1
Jimmy Weldon Billy Weldon, decorated with an arrangement cf bona No. 2
of Can
gown, and carried I Harvey
miniature DOUBLE ,
I I a Jan Mundoiff, Tom McClane, daisies and rose buds In a low : FE VTURK
I, nosegay of pink chrysanthemums' Sonny Tenley Henry Lawson, Al- bowl. A crystal bowl held the' Mrs. Dempsey chose for herdaughter's THE LATE TOMATOES2 for 25c

,. similar to the attendant's bouquets bert H. Seymour, Wallace Wise, CocaColas.The wedding a printed silk 4 oz. Can 18c
with matched
gown accessaries!
t .ewbi Wise Mary Rivers Stubblna, brld -elect was presentedwith GEORGE APELY 1MOTOR
I l Paul Langford of DeFunlak and a corsage of white carna-
Claire A-l
: Jean and nn
} Charley a piece of silver in her chosen .
Spring served
aa beat man for Ronald
Pulley of Tallahassee. design aa a memento of the oc tions.A Coleman Peggy Cum- OIL
the bridegroom and ushers Qt. 23c
were reception Immediately followed ming -
} caslon by the hostesses.Reception
i q.1 Leonard F. Smith. Jr.? and Harry WMS the ceremony at the homeof And _ _ DIXIE LILY
1 Crown of Jacksonville. Baptist' I

,:t .ter's Mrs.wedding Davis chose a gown for her of daugh aqua : Meets In ChurchThe For New PastorThe Planned :and the Mrs.bride's, James uncle Womeldruf.and aunt Mrs.Mr. The Long NightHenry f ; TOILET Soft Wave<< TISSUE lieIlerwhey' MEAL

'! crepe and wore a pink carnation WMS of the Baptist Ray i Goodwin presided at the Fonda, Ann Dvorak ea. -

\ ; corsage. Church held Its combination busIness Woman's Society of Ch.rl. punch bowl and was assisted by Also News 5 Ib S.'" 49c
Mrs. North, mother of I Miss Ines Mlssj Jean
the bride- and program meeting at tlan Service and the Board of Dempsey *
1.1 groom, selected a gown ()f rose the church on June 13 with 17 Stewards of the First Methodist Altmyers was In charge of theguest : Frl. Sat. July 2. S
4 I. crepe with matching book DOUBLE FEATURE SUGAR 10 Ibs.
rosa units. members present I Church of Starke will entertain I 73c
\. Her corsage was of blue carnations Mrs. Maxwell the devotion.
gave at a reception honoring: .the Rev BACK
1 Immediately. al I, followed by an Inspiring program J. R. Hill new pastor of the Waldo OES.NoticeWaldo > LASHAnd JIM DANDY
following the ceremony on "Training World Work- Drert
Church, and Mr Hill on Wednes- -
r the.. parents of the brideentertained er.", given by Circle One with day evening June 30 at 8:30: Chapter No. 120 OES SOAP POWDER 30c ,GRITSS
with a reception in: Mra.: F. Beard In charge.. 'Church o'clock In the Recreation Building will hold a regular meeting Friday : TERROROF -
Rk' '
Service Center, Numerous ; June 25:, at 8 o'clock. Officers
J, bouquets Auxiliaries were discussed by of the Church. All members and ,
of white gladioli and members to Ibs. 49c
and Mds. Ed Tenly. are urged
friend of the church are Invited. THE PLAINS
f of carnations were placed at points During the business Reunion, attend and visiting members are With Tom Octagon Soap, 3 bars 24c
I Interest throughout the, welcome.-Catherine Vlckera W. Tyler
recep presided over by th eprenldent! ,
'}111-,; tlon room, forming the effective Mrs. S. E. Sparks a letter was Luncheon Monday J.f., MIllS Louise Rauleraon Sec'y, I" Alno Serial 1 &16 Comply 6
'hmantel'"; lIIoJla WU for banked the l occasion with) mag-The I,,I read Germany from a thanking needy the family circles Inn For Miss DavisMrs. .. NUTLEY Fresh Fruits & Vegetables

kt'\ boughs,
'I r. .. centered with white for parcels sent to them. > Mattie Gahagan and Mr. .

,,'.t -. -_ -'-_' .. Frank Hoover entertained Monday I Oleomargarine BANANAS, 2 Ibs. .: .. '239c

LJJ I ALVAREZ" STORE Men's aothlnni I' luncheon at 1:00o'clock complimenting at a lovely Miss I STRING BEANS 2 Ibs 3

Ib -
Establish", 1891 1/111/ Marjorie Davis, whose marriage
-- to Horance G. Davis Jr. was | -- BUTTER 29
; BEANS 2 Ibs.
Ly an event of Wednesday evening. ,

Arrangements of summer flowers Sparkle'g'. Home Grown

ANNOUNCING THE OPENING Service were Center used, In the decorating scene of* the the __ r S JELLO, 4 for : 25c BELL PEPPERS, 2 Ii?'. 'C"_ I

: luncheon. The table was overlaid tit M Nabisco Vanilla Mexican
with beautiful white linen
a 1
JULY 1ST centered with low R WAFERS 1 lb. PINEAPPLE 5 Ib. 39
cloth and a 30c ayg.: -
bowl of tulip Hllles, Interspersedwith ..
ferns. rRTiTTnl. Calif. PLUMS, lb. ...' e

i HOWARD Invited' be with Mrs. Gaha .
S 25c ealif.Ieeberg r
gan and Mrs Hoover were Mia iJW\: '

PRESCRIPTION! Davis Mr. W. N, North. Mrs. Giant Size LETTUCE, 2 head. -/ '- 1

N lle Beavers Mr. R. J. Davis SUPER SUDS 95c .

,K .. SHOP and party.other member of the wedding What Is Good Appearance lema Plain or 8. R. EGG PLANT, lb. ': ..: 1

Worth To'' You? FLOUR 25.Ib. (

1 l} Mr. and Mrs. Vining A man I iii't well-dressed unless he's well- TO&TO&Tlb.. _

ComplimentOut pressed Fastidious men knov* how important Pond's Tissues 17C Tt'..M %

of Town VisitorsMr. well-cleaned well-pressed clothing is: CARROTS ,
to their appearance. Our flawless methods Ann Page Spaghetti 2 Ige. bunches -

DAY & NIGHT SERVICE and Mrs. L. D.: Vining- entertained : keep your'precious suits In ship-shape Macaroni or v.n.w. Golden Bantam

,, .. I at a delghtful| dinner condition. With the critical' clothing situation I
PHONE 79 and bridge party. atN their home it will pay you to' use 'our heartily Noodle' *) CORN :5 i for 19
Welt Madison street last Saturday nma !
I on ( or Fine) .
I approved dry cleaning Ne w.
even more frequently. South
evening in, honor of Mrs. Carolina I
PRESCRIPTIONS AND DRUGS il N. K. Hurst of Indianapolis) \ Ind., 3 for 25c POTATOES I

Mr. and Mrs. ,C. W. Sinclair of s ib.. .
S Douglas, Ca.. and 'Mr. and Mrs. PHONE 135

4, 218 TEMPLE AVENUE I W. S. Blade, Jr., of Baxley, Ca. ROOT. SI 5 : Daily Dog

'if i Varloarran..ements of summer Yl i

... flower were used In decorating GREEN 9/euJ TelapleOwner 3 1-lb. FlavorA&P FOOD'S1'O
,VASSIE throughout the borne for the
MARGARET Ae. Beg. or Flab
occasion. OWNED

S. I of bridge were played by the 25c TIC dk: PACIFIC TEA CO. t
guest and prime were awardedthe STARKE FLA. 1 E. CALL ST. F

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Mrs Lloyd Lewis of Wilmington -I A; P. Crosby is In Washington, :Two Brides-Elect I

Dela. Is visiting her sister D. C, this week on business. e

of LOCAL NEW5lisrlorie ] Mrs. T. T. Long this :week. I Mr. and Mrs. William It.I I Are Complimented ...... t iDlwtrl ,

.. Mr. and Mrs. Don McCall and I Morse, son Richard and daughter -i At Lovely CoffeeThe RebuiltUsed .I

children of Augusta Kas., are Sylvia are leaving Sundayfor

SuelttWleton Middleton, Mrs. T. Frank Land rum and visiting Mrs. McCann'a mother, a month's motor trip tq Denver J. M. Mitchell home on _
the summer with daughters Idelle. Martha and Mrs. W. L. Blair. Mr McCannwill and Colorado Springs Colawhere Madison street was the scene of Ranges : '

I "dIng Dr. and Mrs.ddleton. Frances returned Monday after return to Augusta in a week they will visit relatives. a delightful Coffee party FrIday 1

dpRrent8 the week- spending/ last week with Mra.Landrum's while Mrs. McCann and children Miss Anice Green entered her morning of last week. Palms and 5-Hurner IC1

pate. Mr. and parents Mr. and Mrs. will stay on for the summer. Junior year at the University of arrangements of summer flowers

her in Jackson- :J, H. Rogers in Jacksonville. Friends of Pate! Gassett will be Florida summer session. were used to advantage In dec- ... ,
'tf.1j: ""
J. $39.95While : "
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Deaver triad: to know that he Is slowly Mrs. J. T. Johnson and Miss orating the porch and llvlngroom ;;t. *'" .j. J

... pope and son Ben were In Brunswick Ga., last Improving after being seriously Mamie Tyre of Lulu were shop- for the occasion "" ..>.,.-, .. '

are vacationing weekend visiting Mr. Deaver'* ill in the Shadycrest Hospital. ping In Starke Monday. Mrs. Mitchell and her daughter They Last __!'M..r" 1 Itt
Ik. pardge parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. .' 2-Piece: ; i'
with Mrs. pope's Mr and Mrs. K. W: Witt left Corbin Scott Carnvll of'Or- Mills Lucille Mitchell hostesses, I
nth and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- Deaver.Mr. Friday for North Lima. Ohio presented the honored guests Miss
mond visited relatives here, last Sofa Bed Suits
Adkins summer homeleY and Mrs. Frazler Shaw and where they intend to make their week and left for "Camp of the Catharine.Nollman and Miss Mar. t

the Lake' The, Adklnst children were vacationing at Co- home. Woods" on Lake Pleasant, in the I I jorle Davis. brides-elect with apiece : Amort" <
their guests this week quina Beach last week. Mr Charles; Schmitt and daughters Adirondack Park, N. Y., to Serve .of silver In their chosen pat. THE: NEW I' I>f>iiM... Spring C<>1tab.wt!<<
ugbter, Mrs. Fred Guy Mrs. Mae Edwards and daughter Betty Jean and Mary, 'and ate, counsellor at the Camp for terns as a.. memento of the occa nnOWNIETJf4: ,... I

lire". Jimmy and Jane?.ofJr. Elaine. spent the weekend Mrs. Frank Durshlmer and, daugh. the summer. I(I sion. $135 OO', ;

with Mr. and Mrs! Elbert Edward ter, "Pinkie" spent Monday aft- .
Mr. and Mrs. J T Quigley, Bed Steads
was ,* ,"nd ,son, Bobby, at ernoon In Gainesville. Two Hostesses
o 1aA M. Hutchings Day- F.F A. Scott, Edna and Leonard Never Before Snob A Bargain; Make. Full. Length

| jrt, R. G. Dodson. In tona Beach. Leonard Smith Jr., was home Hoegel ,are vacationing at their Honor Mrs. JenningsAt IhiL Fnum Mail: of Selected\ Hr.l\v'....nl.... You .J

the Sunday. Misses Evelyn and Lltlia Stump for the weekend from the University cottage In Hendersonvllle!, 'N. C. I I 12 95 Should Buy Onr. t.. ,
In Monticello of Bridge-Luncheon
were Florida
Saturday and forestry campat Mrs. W. O. Halle had as guests .
Sunday visiting Mr. and Mm. Wm. Welaka where he Is attend-
last weekend her brother and'hiswife Mm. R. A. Green anti Mrs. G. J. '
H. Thomson.! ing the ,,
summer tension.
V Mr. and Mrs. T. ,D. Curtis VtcGriff were hostesses at a lovr
Mrs. F. C. Hollingsworth and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Selley and |
of Atlanta. Mra. ,,Halle expects Iv brtdore-luncheon at the Keystone CHAIRS
daughter Penrty returned to their Frank Durshlmer spent the weekend to: have her sister, Mrs. Panola Inn, Keystone Heights on ,
home Sunday after'upending the in Perry visiting Mr. Dur hl. Vfltcham of Atlanta as a guest f
Wednesday honoring Mrs. Green'shouse '
' AIL FISH KI'JDSSH : DAILY past Beach.two weeks at Jacksonville family.mer's brother, f:. J. Durshlmer and this week. guest Mrs...L. H Jennings) jj jjUouhl FOR' $5 95 t: :.'I'I! '

of Tenn. '
Developing Printing &/:,IC nlarging. Memphis a
Mr, and Mrs. Mrs. Effie Johns had her
Harley Strong as
OYSTERS Bring us your film for: Flowers' of the season were used t *1.
DIP| & ,r have as their guests this week, guests Friday evening of last quality' developing. Hollywood<< In decorating the Inn and small A: Single SlteaA

FIN SEASON Mr. and Mrs H.- B. Boyd' of week Mrs. N.,L. Ritch of Morriston (' mevx & Gin Shop. vases of summer flowers wereplaced WE HAVE MANY .'
: Atlanta. and Mr. S. M. Duke of Bar-
tables =
the individual
L guarantee all ffcsell Mr. Leonard F. Smith, Jr., tow.,. Mrs. Mamie Brown and Miss used. SUMMER\ 11 BARGAIN I

to be fresh attended the wedding of Miss Mrs. F. H. Long had as her Sun- Mary Shlrva spent Monday at : II t
After several of
Betty McRae end David Hamrlck day guests her sons, Richard of Worthington Springs with Mr. progressions We Also Have .\ ljugvAwMirtmrnt <<
and Mrs. Raymond Brown and bridge, prizes were awarded to the I
'. In McIntosh, Thursday evening Clewlston Bill of Gainesville and ( of Wad 1JeoI1".t l' :
; Miss Mary Weldon Is attending Mr. and Mrs Comer Long of De- Mr, and Mrs. Bruce Warren. high and low scorers LIVING; ROOM: SUITS I I, I Irk

AGNOLIA >,.> summer school'at FSU In Talla- Mrs. Glen Duke and daughters.. ; '
t t e
hassee. land.Dr. Dea and Gall of Gainesville Mrs. Duncan.Honors t
SH MARKET ., and Mrs. Bryant S. Carrollof Terry -
I Bruce Alderman of Baltimore, were guests of Mr. and Mrs Visitors In 'I
Jacksonville Into
CityMrs. !
if'W:> Ownership Md., Is visiting his grandmother, their summer home ,at Klngsley W. J Epperson Jr. the early partof l .

SILCOX Mrs. G. W. Alderman for severalweeks. Lake.' the week I K. G. Duncan entertained! t
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Geiger and Friday morning of last week at a '
Mills Mary Jo Caldwell returned jO ET'TER Ct
Coca-Cola the fol. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN AT :
to New Orleans, La.,. Monday son. Nelson, of Green Cove party honoring ;t
week at lowing out of town visit on: Mrs
,,01"10': A* fll 1 after enjoying a week's vacation Springs are spending this
B rane hi' the home of Mrs. Faye Gill\ 'on B. A. Pope of Norfolk. Va., who ia t
with her Mr. and Mrs.J.
ry parents. Co. :
Denmark Furniture
'1-: ". \\v ) : O. Caldwell at the State Farm Kingsley Lake. the guest of her parent, Judge; ,
and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. and Mrs.
INSURANCEC. ; ; A Registered Nurse, Miss Caldwell Mrs. Dora Burton of Rome'Ga. i ii
N. K. Hunt of Ind., I
'10' is with Charity Hospital In and her daughter Mrs.. W. J. Indianapolis PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA. ; ,
Mrs C. W. Sinclair and Mrs. W '
New Orleans Johnston and daughter Sheryl of
'rC. S Slade of Douglas!, Ga.,. and Mr. I t tI
Atlanta, Ga., returned to their
Mrs. Caroline Kinney and son, S. Slade Jr., of Baxley, houseguest i! '" I II Ii

Wayne, arrived home Sunday respective homes Sunday follow. of Mrs. T. H. Sleds. I t it
C. after visiting friends and rela- ing two weeks spent here with i
An orange'and yellow color .
tives In Columbia. S. C. Mrs. Burton's son and daughter- 10 !
PHONE in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles scheme was carried out In arrangements -
PLEASE 146 Mrs.! L. S. Hutto spent Sunday
of marigolds, intermingled
Burton, and with her son-in-law I I
Service; afternoon in Jacksonville visitingher and Mr. and Mrs. Sam with fern whuh Mere f ,
Constant Over il I Vi
t son/and/ daughter-in-law, Mr. Anderson. used throughout the Duncan home. ,I''
and Mrs. T. F. Hutto.
Mrs. Robert Metzger returnedlast Thirty guests called during the SETZER'SSUPER I'I I
Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly .and
Saturday from a vacation appointed hours to meet the hon-
daughter, Mamie and Miss Mary orees. ;, I If I
: Shiva, visited Mrs. Eunice Box spent with relatives in Pennsyl- f .
vania and Connecticut. She was
and family In Jacksonville Sat- i
urday. accompanied by her nephews Proves FAST RELIEF for
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Edwin and Ruby Wengenrothand 1 ,
< LVE ERRIl'S'' for canning and Miss Josephine Peterson returned I: l
James Purcell, of. Stratford :
I 1 frvcilnw let them now.H.. to- the home of her parents
lean t'o., two door.. from I V. l>enior *t, Starke. It Conn., and Edward Metzger of l
d iniik on Call St. ?'tfllP I Mr and Mrs. Frank Peterson STORES
tl I UuwMtU (Neuralgia Lumbifo.
HEN last week after upending the past Lehighton, Pa., who will vacation ,
2 loin on Orange ''8t.1 I ICOLLEt1E and teachers for Ser itS MmoUt!
I Hot. Krrol Alvar, 5 M outside Hummer work Excellent five months in Los Angeles and here. Thursday, Mr., and Mrs. .

Ill Si, Stark > Itv I I If earnings.denlred.Var, Write uaeful Box Permanent 431-A Up Patton, Calif. Metzger and their' guests enjoyeda JUST lh. tor rub* *...r"inl..... Ineiaml.chins fratlt N...muscles..ri-txtm. surf on -_ _. .. _. ._ __ _.- _. --. .. __ t. .

.- nlsK the pain ...... UM NfrUHA t
Carolyn'Edwards o
MATTRESSES FOR: RKN't:' : (lund S-room 'house the Miss past week with Misses Geraldine spent- trip to Silver Springs. hi BALM miMrin to lot of.nuKulil.... .Innplaufnp. I OF ALL KINDS running water and light Cheap. t '
t. H. Jordan, Kt, 1. box Sen and Shirley i Ann Shaw at PRICES GOOD ALL WEEK Quantity Right. Reserved '; f j jh
Mtark. Kla.' ---.UD. Daytona Beach.. .<.M' Ii'
It,' I
FOR SALE: 'Several youn billy Friends of Mrs. T. N. Kendrick 11 .. h 'I 1
goats, t tine milk gout freshened will be glad to hear she has returned I

June milk ,daily..350.3. giving more L: than BJordan 4. to her home from the Iii KL I ,I'

j( .. Ut..1, Box.804. Starke. lip she Emory has Hospital been confined In Atlanta the where past FLOUR SELF S: 25 lbs 169 ,1' '; 'I

FOR RENT: Furnlahed cottage. on
= ,
Sunday Monday June 27. 28
Call l) S4.. 'aorono from Derby's four weeks. : : ;I

KEIPHOLSTEKED: .:$Airs tore,JcnnlhKii Air cunillllonod., eutrke! hot 148. wat.r.It Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght Jr., left I "BODY & SOUL"John ---'- \[:i I ,\
Sunday by train for a few weeks I f!
AND REFINISHED FUR SALE OR TRAD-Et); 40-acre visit with her brother-in-law and Garfield 'Uli I'almer Wbbl4 I Pure Tomato l..anR"Kancy Sweet Mixed r ,
Drop 1:11: A Card farm nrar Brooker) finest land .
STINGS \TTRESS co. for farming, high and dry In wet. sister, Mr.. and Mrs. J. W. Prather i NEWS & CARTOON CATSUP PICKLES 25c 'r
;. weather. Ha attractive 5-room In. South Pasadena, Calif. 15c qt. ;(
I Ill Palatka, FU. ,
modern house, elnctrlolty, electric Tues. Wed. T June ,
pump, tobacco barn. and warehouse Mrs Faye Gill Is spending this I -, urs. -. 29-30 July 1
Will nell the house and i I
5 acres If prefer mnallar. place or week with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. "GONE WITH THE WIND"Clark
No. 2 Can Donald Duck IlrandaCIGARETTES j
FOR SALE Popular
would consider trading; for corn Robb in Hastings..Mrs.

KW S-BEDriOOM reddemme, limit.parable.. :-value N. D. Wnlnwrlght.In Starke city Jr. C.'W. Savage and daughter Gable Leslie Howard Vivian Leigh tljii :

Umiu of larks. just corn- Realtor Starke Fla. t< Yvonne, of-Jacksonville were Olivia De HavilandI Grapefruit Juice 5c: dn. 1.75
\f. TaPa:3roa: rr..b.Block will PAY YOU 1.,- .. a pound for old guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. W.
hMO.Bt price In town. clean waste. cotton rags ,Plea.. White several days last week. I THREE SHOWS DAILY ,- Features Start:
KXM.) halt alan, 1'/"x1'1', keep all button... No pants. Brad i 12:00 p. m. 4:00: p. m. 8:00 p. m. 1 i M
Is I .
ford County Telegraph. D. H. Morgan of Tampa

M LIMB(, Conrret, Cement Pipe Olaae stepping Block. FuN HALE' Electric refrigerator -I visiting his nephew, J.- D. Pooser I Friday & Saturday .- July 2 '3 I Del 1 1Monte

'Hou. *"'"', Mortar Iltx.' 7W cu. ft., new deluxe finish. for ten days. COFFEE lb. 45c
ndow.. Thin. box guaranteed mechanically ;
lack hauling.. Fill dirt for perfect and otherwise per Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow spent "DESERT PATROL"And i
fect. Can be seen night or day first of the week in Jacksonville I I 1
LOTS) In city llmlti ''ofO at Service Center Starke Fla.. "I COVER THE BIG TOWN"Double -
hjgh ground 1100 up. t' with their son-in-law and ; ti

n.\taj ISO type per of mo.building con.- Port" SALE: :I''' cabins of.2 unit* daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mc- Feature: Western Feature..Serial & Cartoon i iI Setzer'a Enriched Libby'sBaby i 1

I.t I.I IVrit" nnlvanlxed Pip. 1 .aofrlgerator each completely, bath furnished to lie moved: gas, Dowell. I Continuous Shows Dally Beginning 1 P. M. BREADVhlto::: or 2 19c
had / : lOc
I AAxD'13.54 Inad. per yard In off head premlnen.Cities. dee Hervlce C. R. Ktatlon\Vhlte-.' Mr.their and guests Mrs. M.recently L. Lawson, Mr. and I :I lirn Food jars I# i

|II fll 4-w heel drive dump Law/ey.-. 5.11 81.'p as
I with 10 ton winch. Mrs.. Oren Welch of Dade City .. .. _
.0 v"n. -
oar ENLMEERI-JO CO.fj FOR 8ALR: 2 lots with C good and Mrs. Roy Holm of Sulphur !Mother's J Delight Armour's Pure to
rtoe F.h.ard. pa... N houses. In Reno Mamie. Dell 1

" Austin -ftp T-S Springs. Here Are Some MEAL 5 Ik. 39c LARD 3 Ik 81c J *

:;MADE' h. ord.r Llcennee.: Photofrt'f'oa""i eta.fSllf1.1 -. FOR RENT,: Attractive modern Mr. and Mrs.. W. M. HaUh and :
:: of
> ; furnished and unfurnished apartmental Mr. 'and Mrs. Olan Sanderson Ql.q
"' to .
moulding r. t!
' All work .rant".d.. : also separate ''3-room-and- Sunday guestsof Jam- ,
hath house nhadr yard. close In. Jacksonville were I
;TWooD CAMERA: *. OPT ; Hot WeatherITEMS rat,
,,tf Reasonable. 201 W. Madlaon.. tf Mrs. J. H. Fields. Mrs. Haight \

- WANTED: We, will pay you 1'.0 stayed over until Wednesday /" l '
lL YOUR TIMBER a pound for old cotton ran" weprefor visiting Mrs. Fleldu. 33 BLEACH qt. :aGe r 1
them clean and bulton'..... B. Woodhamof rl1\\, I. t
NOWwst and Mrs. A. \
L I. No ,...nt.. Bradford. County, Tele Mr.
t Cash Prices Paid graph. tfCHU'KENM Jacksonville spent the week. -

BALE I at marketprice end with Mrs. Woodhanfs father
FOR !!
lL BUYIN BULK Twin Oak Farm Lattermnn's. H. O. Lawson and family.Mr. Prickley Heat Powders

OR IN UNIT of t4tarke./: .. Highway SOI, 3 ml. south lip and Mrs. L. W Koch celebrated 5 .lb. SUGAR FI:sky: : 3ge ti'

Father's Day and their Sun Tan
SALESMAN: WANTEm Reliableman Lotions'a ,
EDWIN anniversary -
W. PECK to aucreed O. Pace. a. DealerIn thirty-sixth wedding <
p, 0. Box 463 Ftaker County 1500 families.Evperencl Sunday by having as their guestsMr. '
Fine Sunburn'Creamn'
Gainesville, Fla. opportunity not to necessary.step. Into old, and Mrs. W, S. Koch and QUALITY MEATS FRUITSAiDi iETAILES t t tWilson's

profitable business where Raleigh two children, and Mr. and Mrs. :

DIe a postcard and I :Product. *. Oood have profit been for old a hustler for 211r".r. Paul Hudgina and daughter, Kay.I Mosquito Repellant. i 1

i UI I come Adjoining Dealer .D.e... making Mrs. W. :J. Epperson, Jr., had, kevlew' Sliced t,

see you. sales of oy.r, 1100 writ weekly.Rawlelgh'a ForKrtlcularn as her guests Saturday her Oil of Citronella Breakfast! BACON, lb. 49c Hard, Ripe et I

!PAID for :!!, Memphis, Mrs. H. A. Papy and Mrs. aunt.'j '
rl"an cotton race. 1'* \\ "have all the popular brands. TOMATOES Ib. 12 l-2c tf f. '
r remove Tenn. -
button.. No pants.Btradlrud Kipple of Tampa, Fla. *,.. Armour's All-Meat !KJJ 'it
7I. o a poun4 for RENTi l-room apt plu,,-prl- Gill. Jr., are '
FOR and Tommy
,,!,C2-1 County T"I.eallb. I vate onabo.431)bath and ,iirreen W. Madison porch.,Reas.rear.H enjoying Buck a, two weeks' outing at PlCNIC GOODS Skinless FRANKS, lb. 39c Firm GreenCUCUMBERS; (,1 r F

Iomnbll..rlt.. all ,Hass, I .. Blake Jackson.. It 1-2& Camp Immokalee. a lb. 7 l-2c (
a'I me for liability and I of West Palm .. can supply you with: Meaty
Your Bates tiSYe
Inrance .
marked crop Raymond ,
'"::,II:.r aDt..' Wp.In..rlcll.... Jr., Ila I IXSThead under) half crop cow, crow split. Last Beach arrived last Friday for a CY I NECKBONES, lb. 15c Hard (Head IceberjrLETTUCE
ttLe se-n In latter part of January. aunt. Mr. ,, Paper Platen! lOc'r' 411
uncle and .
reward.ttp with
: t'HI.,1p Mae P. D. Reddish. for visit ea. -
Iruek 1141 I ..,.t..n. .-UI Paper Forks
+ h..vy. duty tran.mtsCbh I and Mrs. O. W. White. Grade; "A" Fresh GroundHAMBURGER

amOunt but no body. A18.. a I HOCPB FOR RENTt 5-rooma, on Mr and Mrs. W. H. Grahamand y PapeSpoons: lb. 39c California
llrk. ht used lumber X. Water tit.'od"rn: convenience, moved to their Kings- .' Napkins. t
_ Ica Co.ALa tl : reasonable Apply airs. JI family have CARROTS bunch e lOc a
Kent .
; Fr.m. hOU" ....$..,.mour' N. Water Mt., 8tark;i iON ley Lake cottage for the summer.Mr. Thermos Bottles/ Western I
1 bath toed "a20. I tip an* Mrs. W. P. Randall of Can Openers Yellow Bantam
fnof. P'e-war lumber, Pork Chops Roast. lb. 49c
last or
w"'.; PI Plumbln"po.' fixture !': ROM: and one 3-rnom apt. Tampa were their. guests -' 1' Ice I Pick: rAnd CORN. 6 25c u
a hot water" k, el.e.| for rent Both elec.' furnishedN ears -
a4 hater and *t. Inquire Box 12tHartee ,
! '
.p" Cherry
:e retuimed
ht has
loot Iburns'lot 1tp Sue Epperson
put. 'r Mary
e lea')furnttur..a_ro.lee Furnished h......., 3 to the home of her parents.Mrr many other Items to make your picnic Cheddar CHEESE lb. 59c BUTTER BEANS. lb. 12 1.2-

IroOjsynPlumbing C one FOR bedroom RENT: :with bath, at Klng.lyjjike. ', and Mrs. W. J. Epperson! Jr., a pleasure '
.A PDI, E' L. to your, Comfortable garage apt.,, after spending a week with her Ga. Shipped. Grade 'A' D & D Georgia: Free Stop

a Ith M&tthswa realVSorch prlvite bath >'"b"-l"J.iIVAl". Mr. and Mrs. R. L. lb. 69c PEACHES. lb. 8 l-2c
- 8t. Phon.It room-dtnett' *. electric' runningwater grandparents. HAVE YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS: FILLED HERB: FRYERS, -
with .
so Sleeping| room Richard in Jacksonville.Mrs. ,

"i ':hit.eturn. of large,1.i.- IG2 W.In Madison Htarke. -8t.Mrs. Mitchell.... Mamie Brown is spendinga T1VOrREGISTERED: PHARMACISTS.
'..wt. .bout Pointer, ags shout week'- vacation here with her We carry a Complete Line of PASTRIES, CAKES & BREAD

''ij R ;Te o."eollar.10 lhs'Probably An.wsset In FOR,'I .arll.rJAT-Er' H.50 L.pullet'd Jef.r. 1 mt.I'Iand.I. east. parents. Mr. and Mrs., David baked at our Own Bakery. Birthday and Wedding .Cakes A
ka Brae,.u' :IoI.rrlU O. of 8tar1 on RL I' (old
Lt. &. road) ___ Kelly.Mr.. and Mrs. Hollls Knight Specialty ADVANCE

";1''r 0''t.UtUI i Enana" table LOT:'Ctold dinner rtngr. Lost between and Miss Nancy Knight of Gainesville i R I I ,
Mood I lnun!! ?Ina y lamp 327 S- Church St. funeral services FLA.
? Ie Ba rhalr and Drug Store.' If I a
*. .1..tl.'. floor fan. the Methodist ,
?!., ...,. C'tll' day found pleas* return to MUM I for W. A. Colley at v. r- --00 y r,
'''11. uMr.'A..1at. ,_., ;esa Barton at Car.- Church here Monday- '
ter'... R8ward. UPb.i r t

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afp'I.< .----. . reported--excellent- -fishing- : duringthe . . panted by their ton and daughter- last week due to the. death of May. Five cases were reported than adults and even in epidemics close -

past week. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer For- Mrs. Flnley's father, Mr. Fair- lat week. Fortunately no cases only one person in several association 'N1t1a
Mfa. Eula Walker Is visiting Lake{ Genevafly sythe and three children, and by cloth, who has been a frequent have been reported in this countyas hundred is attacked. nurnber of _pleAvoidance t

'. j Keystone Hts.By friends in Texas. their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. visitor to Lake Geneva in the of this date. Should an epidemic of infantile 3. of rongd"flies

Mrs. Acne Lawrence has left Blanche Cunningham and Mrs. A. Carlson and son Billy, past. _The symptom of Infantile paralysis occur: in this county or food

I::,1l\l Mrs. hazel McKay for a summer vacation. all of Connellsville. Another son. Mrs. William Nuttles, affection- paralysis are fever, headache and the following measure are flies contal\ljnatl'C
Mrs. Marge Tracy is visiting Walter of Miami, was their weekend ately called "Granny" by her wide 5. Drink
Tt:, friends in Bayside, Long Island. C. J. Forsythe, "Dad" to his guest. Conductor Forsythe Is vomiting followed by paralysis recommended: only Pure
I '.:' i The Florida Wild Life Federation Mr. and Mrs. Don Pangborn and many friends, pent the past two the son of Dad Forsythe and a circle of friends, Is visiting her In the arms and legs. Almost all 1. All suspicious cases should pasteurized milk.ATHLETES wu tt

rl is holding a business session family are vacationing at Daytona months in Marathon with his son. brother of Mrs. Blanche Cunningham daughter in Tampa and writes cases have some stiffness of the be seen early by'a doctor.
; June 26 and and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.Charles 2. Avoidance of crowds
in Keystone Heights Beach. that she Is having a wonderful or
Forsythe. "Dad" 'Is0 neck. The disease l la caused bya
2T. ,Arrangements for the convention Among our Bummer visitors are I years old. Mrs Ida 1\(. Gentry left Sundayfor time. Cranny Is 82 years youdg. filterable virus which attacksthe J
,I were negotiated Mrs Alice Hatch of Great Neck, Orlando to attend the 3-day brain and spinal cord. FOOT GE
I McMurtry, Mr. and Mrs R R. Fornythe HOW
the efforts of Kyle Island, and Mrs. convention of the Infantile Paralysis TO
Long Col. John Florida National Just how the disease Is spread !Arthritis Pain kill
Tracy Baker Jr., Fred Hagel Chamber, and McDowall of Alabama. and Michi- and wife of Connellaville, Pa., are AsHoclation of Postmaster Symptoms DescribedThe la not definitely known but fr'NOTNl ONE HOUR IT,
the Keystone Heights gan, Mr. and Mrs. John Bird of spending a vacation at their home and the Florida branch of the Por quick, tfellffhtfully comforting b.lp for PLlASItI: ,
transmission through human association Mbi tad pain of Rheumatism Arthritic, A ie.nr.clrulglat: ..
of Commerce. ,Ithlca, New York, Mr. Robert here. Mr Forsythe Is a passenger I National League of District Post season for infantile paralysis seems to be the best murlUi,Lumbago,clttlc, *.or NturnliU try cent Mnrtht
Some 200 guests are expected.The Hundy of North Bergen, New Jersey conductor on the Baltimore and masters.. is now beginning in Flor- theory. The incubation period !Is II."" .....Work.*through. Iho blood First doss .. .... klUalcoholatoRF!.: !:'' Mel\II
committee for arrangement and Mrs. Helen Hunter of I Ohio Railroad, and works out of aaueiy, rtart.aUvYlatlos. Palo comtronsbly.: .a r_. h y. .
j Mr. and Mrs T. M. Finley were ida. Forty cases had been reported seven to fourteen days. I work onloy llf and itoop moos t
consists of Tracy Baker Jr., Fred Miami. I I Cut Remind at drufglrt tod..). Quick com-
Pa. '
Pittsburgh They are accom- called to Columbus,
"" Mc- Ca.r Friday of 1n Florida at the end of Children are more susceptible puts utlMtlon or auaur back guttutMd. KOCH DItt'tJ
'. :Hagel. S. E. McKay Kyle STO ,
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.... 7 f Murtrey, Lindsay Walker Frank
:i M. Walrath Jr., Jesse Hill, Mr.
tl ,,' Lydia Hurley, Mrs. Jesse Hill,
Mrs. S. E. McKay, and Mrs. Ben]. THE FASTEST
q Rose. F. M. Walrath will deliver .
;;J'": 'I 1 the welcoming address / SUREST, EASIEST

il! Many summer visitors have op Western SAFESTe,CLEANEST J
j ,1ened their summer homes and cottages
around the area. Among
1 these are Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye / YOUEVER
G Jr., of Fort Lauderdale, Mr. and Auto USED OR
\, I) Mrs. J. B. Dye, Sr., also of Fort :fr .
t I Lauderdale Dr. and Mrs Fred MONEy I
t 'tj Newln of Gainesville Mr. and Associate oKluu ear cl.y.altil .

,t Mrs Denmark, Mr. and Mrs. c / \ /
a Laurance Cooper and Mr and / /

j Mrs. Homer Brunkhorst from Store -g
C ci i j! Jacksonville. s ,

jO Dale Slpperall was sorious'y/ Injured .
,, ill In an automobile accident t
Instant Killer
fj' Gainesville last Saturday. He ketpl
on kIlling bugs for j
is confined to the Gainesville hcsjltal. SATURDAY JUNE 26th. t ID time" more weekll poYa.tRt ,
c"eIt ful than DDT!
t .
S. E. McKay reported on the E011 r Rids. '

r. activities of Rotaiy's district: S/rln insect home pests.XR7I2H.of 11169'Y
1' meeting at Tallahassee. Ha sp'ike Y.ItI 31
k: on "The alms and objects of ito 115 WEST CALL ST. J '
M\( tary International." ;1 I OUART..rSt.10' ';

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cannon and STARKE FLA.
; ,
1ft t l; family, of the Eastern Shore of att v.n21
] the summer I' .
Maryland are spending ,
OuI" \ Y/1111 ,13771
i "Per- J.w.id I Dl.xEXHAUST .
on Keystone Lake jLIGHTIR INSERT "KOOL CUSHION" Homo Owned and Opmrat0d by LEVEL WIND

I I1:" .' i EIHTH ANNO.UNCKMRNT: Heats and cuts BIG QUART CASTING.Smert-Desi'a
\\1.;' Mr. and Mrs. Kyle McMurtrey off In / sec DEFLECTOR Comfort for warm-weather
',.'\ announce the birth of a baby onds. Fits Prevent unsightly driving. Helps keep clothing J F JAUDON MINNOW BUCKET REEL'SUN GLASSES

.I'h ,: daughter, Jane Gayle. Mrs. Mc most'car dash bump,er sooty fresh.2'.. too.. ;1.09 HINGED 'UFO ATED LID. MtCISION.BUIIT. "Crookes"lenses guard
; Murtrey and baby are doing veil\ 1 OQ d S'IINO.LOU DEVICE. CHROME rlATED. /
) 1 It's ._
i M. REG. REG. 3.45Heavy good new moneysaving news! Biff, vailedlocks .'inst harm
I;' ? and will be back In Keystone 1.20 5.81 /
6 r ,a Heights within sho-t time. They .92 of fresh new merchandise for your car, .89. ful."I
l" will take up their residence In the home. farm, recreation and personal need of Nat- 1 9QONllfJ
t ,\ Aldrich house on Lake Keystone 1 I tloaaJly-famoue Wratern Auto brands of guaranteed : e uul
'f i l quality! Day-lit, day-out sating! Friendly'service!
't; J: Tom Campbell, Lindsay Walker, Com" In folks, let's gt.acquainted.PREMIUM ,
: \ Walter: Riviere, Frank Walrath S. '
i''!t e, Hob Guinn, Irving Tyrfl, C. R. \ it J unit p !
'I. '::1;. Rohlin, Kyle McMurtrey, Fred a ;NNlli.
.t. '. Hagel. Col. McDowall, S. E. Mc on t u

Kay, Hamp Jordan, and others "IE1.
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H! .dlo / MIRROR Trim to fit front or rear of t Comfortable! WOOWATT CHROME \ gaud.most 3'
SPINNER. curs ON 3.75
can. Thick toughrubber a t.. AUTOMATIC IRON Re. .
.. $
39c"" VIO trod 2.39 BABY SEAT 10" 1.95
Only ra"-
//'t" 10,2.65 c Worry.fr driving forparents rOI VASTER, SAFER. EASIER DeLme
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Vacation SchoolAt Christian .. . '
News I ley John got elected agatn. HIs Gold Star Buttons Star button'

':I series of messages, "June St. Edward Pastor Rev. John B. DUen Clay HillBy the right man for sure. The- Tb aext-ofkfa of deceased '
Jewels of Now ;
' Jesus, will be brought Telegraph Is so different from Available
1'4 to a close this Sunday morning Closes TodayThe SUnday June 27th. morning any other weekly paper It seems Amy and Air Force personnel ;;

Services by the Pastor, Rev. L. D. Hanes, theme win b* "Campers on the Lara Barge* MokrWherein to bare an understanding and Gold Starvations for the mother should apply to the Adjutant Genera '

':er g at the first Baptist Church. St. vacation catechetical schoolat Border Line of the Kingdom." rNefw.. sympathetic voice of Its own and er wives of veteran killed In !. VJ3. Army. WahlnjrtonD.C. ,
acation Edward's Church win come Evening them .
will be "In The .
Sunday evening the a heart that brats for ail human Nook War U ,
evangelistic to a. close on Friday. June 25. Valley of Decision". are now ready for, Navy Coast Guard and Maria
School Tonight will be I rlron and ity. How I tow Florida. Its beau-
message "An cook. I
Amazing after a very successful two weeks AH visitor are welcome. Comeand dlstrtftotieni service officer A. L, application should be made to
Exhibition". The Happy Hour of slag with the rain. I enjoy the' ty, Its people and Tehgraplt.
Vacation Bible Instruction In Christian Doctrine enjoy the fellowship with tas glorious Crosby announced this The Chief of Bureau of Naval !j
IErge.t of the cf song and chorus singing begins Catholic practice and and bring a friend with you. I The golden sonwiMv. : Helpful hints: When wrapping Bradford County ha* week'j Personnel. Navy the history at 8 p M. and will feature the church darkest planet Is the earth; a frosted cake to take to that
In close this singing. We Invite yin to come and Joinin Yet nxt-W-jan eligible for the D.C. I
a It throbs
to and with
IT come piano organ playing of Mrs.Morse harmony; church sprinkle the
will trapper wax
Eight at the First Sap.urcll. and Mrs. Mann. A cordial Boys and girls of the grammar our Wednesday night Prayer The wild birds trill and crickets paper with powdered sugar before .----- ,_ __h__ -- \
grades are meeting and Bible ---
attending in record Study.
invitation Is extended chirp ti !it, \
me to all to covering the cake. The frosting
exercises for the worship at these services i numbers. At Friday's closing( ex- Young People CYF meets every All blend in melody: will stay the cake. 1 h
: on It win
nceaient erclaea, r .
prizes will Friday at 7:30 ,
be given for night o'clock at The i ii f fIuP
attendersn fragent flower r
', an 1:10: regularand Sunday School meets at 9:45: : for the best work done by boys and the American Legion Han. All grass" work on meringue for plea too. LOCAL FACILITIES
r at P. )(. will fea- study with a full_staff of teachers girts and also' for attendance. young people are invited1. and trees, Leave ice cream you buy In the i *to
open1n;: exercises of the and classes for all ages. On Children's hour, after. The sand and sun kissed sod paper carton and put in freezer of quiet rtfinemtnt with, organization .I
aleIE sessions and depart- Sunday June 27 the children Friday With rlan and storm and sighIng tray. It enable thit
1 dally Training Unions, training in who have been noon at 3:30: o'clock.Brooker. keepsirfcely. When washing tttablithment to render a
with a display of church membership, meet receiving Instruction breeze, chenille bedspreads do not .
gram' at 6:43: and have fine and moderately priced service i r'
ellt handwork for fellowship and discussion\ ben preparedwill Are singing praise( to god. run thru wringer, squeeze with .
receive their .
First Com- Silverine
to attend Holy Larson hands and hang the
\U Invited groups. on line In
ubllc the Mid-week service held each munion. Among: these last mentioned This morning It Is raining. The son with the fuzzy sides to ) e .

meplee accomplished during week at 8 P. M. Wednesday with ,Barbara are Betty Ann Simmons drouth la broken and I am singIng gether. It win be Kite new. II

of achoo ,a study of the division Bates, Eltssa Stefanelll. By Helen Rarry praises to God for the gift of
two weeks and books Helen Kelly, and Raymond Stef.anelll. Here Is a kind of Pudding for DEWITT C. JONES ,I
i of the Bible led by the Pastor. when and sunshine I always feel Bread: 2' tops mine, S the sugar I STARXB PHONE T t. ,
IroyCBEOATIONAE.bHODIST the weather Is right for 3-4: '
Mr.. and Mrs. J. E* Hardy and growing and that tp salt eggs separated AMBULANCE SERVICE: '
CHURCH : crops we must 1 1I
Singing ConventionThe At The laughter. Janet, were visiting[ In bo 1-2 tp vanilla, 2 cups breadcrumbs .
TabernacleThe living right and pleasing God.
EMI every Saturday night 3-4 cup Jam. Heat milk, Funeral Director I
J morningnd Sunday night regular meeting of the Jacksonville Monday He sends the rain [in good time. I add sugar/: and salt, then eggyolks y '
IB. and 8 p. m.. at Con- Bradford County Singing Conven- male quartette of the Piedmont Master Roy Gano, ton of Mr. tn Leviticus Chapter 26 third .".' I then vanilla. Put bread Our local funeral bone enable ta to .

Lai Methodist Church on tion will be held all day Sunday Bible Schools of Winston- ""rt Mrs. Ovid Gano, of Gainesville fourth verses we are promised crumbs In casserole; pour over I offer conveniences" and services nototherw'tc : t f'

|< Road Rev.J. W. GrifJjst -) June 27, at the Bethel Baptist Salem. N. C., win lIng[ at the Gospel ia visiting his grandparentshere. rain and crops if we walk In HI- the milk mixture. Bake about 30 available.W t "yj yjE
1 Tabernacle Sunday at 11 a.1m. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano. statutes and keep Ills command. .
rrrtn. Beat with
Church east of Starke. Marcus the white
tor. egg t "
and 8 m.Accompanying. Miss Barbara Ann Tilghman, ments. Those words In the ,I h
p. are
Conner, president Issues a cordial I 2 tpba sugar and a pinch of salt. furnish the highs: type service at the lowest prlcee art t
I Ion daughter'ot Mr. and Mrs. Mike old Testament _
but till hold
! Church invitation to the public to attend. the quartette win Tllghman of Gainesville Is visiting good Cover the top of pudding. Put In accept ANT life insurance policy la force, LssiMd by ANT eon ; t k
I be Rev N. A. Thompson, one of' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mott herI'r&IdparentA oven nd brown slowly. Good pony, a* payment In part or In fun oa a ,fun raL Consultation f.
topics announced by CHURCH OF CHRIST the teachers of the school, who I am a till, polishing and l xet- warm. arrte. no obllgaUeskiniuinwiuiMiiiiumiiniiiuilli '

IEn;> R. HUI, pastor of the Lacy, Elrod, president of the wilt bring and evangelistic mes fine", ready dor my son's visit A WAC friend of mine overseas '

IIer. the will deliver public Is cordially Invitedto children of Waldo were guests of pretty and green. My garden Is -- -- l' ..
_"The n night" Ga., the morning sermon Whopee! Why not? The
i.. _"A. Top cry Secret" at the Church of Christ, Mc- attend the service. Mrs. Homer,Galney Sunday.Mrs really growing. I have planted brought home wives. More powerto boys ,.."...."-."' ''' ''' '' ,. ,,,''',,gmriuuw,,,, ,,''.+..."..........,.....,...''''''''..'.'_,..,.., wweuu., 11II11 It 1 t'Moat

er.'f. Fellowship meets. at 7 Mahon and Tenth Streets, Sunday The Young People meeting L. L. Parker and daughter English peas and new Irish potatoes her. God bless you all. Everything 1'' r, i irC

iday.ek morning June 21, at 11 Saturday night featured tromboneand ,Gl(pda, and Henry Sowells I have beets to cook and Love LURA .

' Prayer. Service each. Everyone la invited and o'clock.l piano solos, which were greatly were vlnltlni Mr. Sowell's sister, I ate all the spinach up. I have To Build Repair or Remodel j't' e '

come hear him. enjoyed. Mrs. Nella Thomas In Wauchula some new radishes coming on. '"
8pm. "Body And Soul'PAt i
lay Another special will be BVIUDEKS READY-MIX l' If
for a few days last week. Tomatoes are In bloom. There lea I I

held Sunday morning., ;July 4 Miss TIllie Llnzmeyer and Stan cherry tree In the yard with Florida Theatre ,; a

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.;. STARKE when Rev. Wally White, a Youth ley Crosby, of Gainesville, were ripening chef 'ies. Fresh cherry H .... C r. : !,. ,

*"" for Christ Leader, wilt have visiting :Mr and Mrs.. C. A. Cros pIe will be good We have two Starting Sunday"Body .r t I
charge of the service.Presbyterian A :::. O r
"In The Heart of Town And In The Heart by Sunday. apple trees loaded with green and Son," the hard-hit I f 1" ; I
I. C. Cone and Mrs. Vernon Edwards I --
of The People"A apples. shall make apple jelly. ting account of the story behind : N t. I
ChurchJohn nltf-nded:! tho funeral for I have Just five chickens now R
a prizefighter's and
championship I ia ,i. t,
their sister }lrs. Bryant Mott, at over a month old and they are retirement, will occupy the screen C .. ',, I
Southern Baptist Church For An People Warren Kaufman, minister. Orlando recently.Mrs. an feathered out: J talk to them at the Florida Theatre Sundayand D r

Sunday School meets each Sab- Lottls Edwards was visit- when I put them In their box Monday. John GarfIeld has MOW .DIeA'S f.1 R ; 1//

Sunday School 1:4.5. Training Unions ':f3 bath at 9:43: : The lesson deals ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. to roost Digger gets Jealousand the role of the middleweight W ...SI f.MT MIMS TSU E J I 1 ,;
I with Bible History and !is found Toby Norman, at Hellbronn re wants me to talk to him. champ, while LJll Palmer and

Homing Worship' Evening Happy Hour I in Malachi three and four and In cently.Mr. He !Is funny and cute I have Hazel Brooks provide the heart A 1 I:

11:00: 8:00 : Luke 1:87: to 79. This period of and Mrs. Jimmie Alpaughand word that my son and family Interest. lauJItl I I I

400 years was most significant children of Miami were visitIng I will be here about Monday nlte. The exciting story traces the R ;! ; i

and marks! the preparation for Mr. and Mrs. L. W Barry I can hardly watt. I love rainy ups and downs of a professional I

[omlag. Sermon Est In Scales: "June Jewel, of Jesun" 'he coming of Jesus. Friday and Saturday.Mr. I days when we need rain. One has fighter, entangled' with manager -.... --...... ,II
II IIla Evening Sermon "Amazing ExhlMtoon" : MORNING WORSHIP at 11:00: and Mrs J. K. Douglas i a lazy feeling of satisfaction as and gamblers of dubious reputation E 1{ j

location Bible. School Commencement Exerclnes o'clock. The sermon "Excuses. spent the weekend with Mr. and (If we are getting a good drink : and the struggle between his SASH ANDO B'i I I'I:

Friday Night' 8:00 P. M. Ancient and Modern" will show Mrs. Resale Colson and enjoyeda 'of cold water. One Is at peace childhood sweetheart and a designing : I
how modern follow trip to Maflneland Sunday.Mr. ..... If
patterns age- with the earth and fellow man. night club entertainer for D W
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and Mrs. L A, Brown are I I
long thinking. Special music by Yes I love rain. his heart and soul.!

t Visit The Church With The Visiting Pastor" the Young Ladles' Choir. Visitorsare spending their vacation at Salt I Clay Hill has had a good rain. Next Tuesday and Wednesdaythe O SWP HOUSE PAINT, I ; 't 1 )

P always welcome Springs.Mrs. 'This Is the season for peas. At Florida will present a return O '

Ruby Brannen and daughter the last writings from there the1'were engagement of that great film

I ST. EDWARD'S Pauline, of Ralford. were I harvesting and selling peas "Gone With the Wind." Those l i II I

CATHOLIC CHURCH visiting Mrs. Nannie Oalney recently at a good price.. Mr. Ester was who have seen It will want to see ANNISi
I In And 'See Our Line of New I
Come I
Sunday Mass 10 a. m. hauling Rev. James Strickland's It again, and those who will see R

I Sunday School 11 a. m. Master Billy Hazen of Ocala' Is to town. Bessie said they had ripe It for the first time have a mem J }I.

I Week Day Mass 8:30 a. m. spending a few days with Jimmy tomatoes and.fried chicken. Theyare orable experience In store. Clark S BUILDING SUPPLIES S I : : '
BICYCLES -Father John O'Dowd Pastor. Hazen here. 1
also building a new chicken Gable and Vivien Leigh' are starred INC. 1F
I Miss Maryland Crosby, a stu- in this thrilling story of the F
house and plan to raise more Phone 1080-1048 W. Mala ... .
Beets Box
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS dent at Florida" State University. Old South ,
revolving around the t-
Now, on display at our store chickens to lay eggs. Walter Lang an a ais I
CHURCH T1r lIahUlOee, Is spending her vac-* great love of Rhett Butler and GAINESVILLE: :. 1T.A. ,a i .
V : I' I
TERMS TO SUIT = Is away at work but his -( __ ,
-. 10th St. and Temple Ave. tlon at her home here. wife is hardly strong enough torn i Scarlett O'Hara. naswaasnh-ants. smemsnamsurnns, wi.mwws, ,. .. .ssma" I < ,I .
Sunday School 9:45: : a. m.; Morning Misses Betty Jo and Betty Ann I I ,I
ALSO USED BICYCLES ANDlBICYCLE Worship 11 a. m.: Evangelistic Crosby Mary Jo Green, and Carolyn with him so she Is staying ; I
this week with her father-In-law 1 :
REPAIRS Services 7:00 p. m. Everyone Kelley returned home Saturday Vf'I'; f'
Richard Lang and family. Thev
I welcome. atter attending the 4-H Club NOT i'''
Short Course In Tnllahasaee. have the Old Lang homested. $ I '11
-I, Somehow I always loved tha' ;

,;7 GIVES Charles Kelley William Flower, place with Its weathered house, i j! 'T'i '
Milton Mott and Don Kelly returned -
which echoes with the footstepsand ADOWNPAYMENT
BIGGS & BAKER Saturday after attendingthe '
i when cold 4-H Cvnp at Cherry Lake merry shouts of children. I ;
111, u
The kitchen acts off from the :
1103 W Call St. Starke Fla. S I misefkss1ke! near MadiU'in. main house and has
a breeze-way
The R. A. and d. A. held the i .f I' .

FAST RELIEF regular business meetings at the porch connecting there them.and Barney died. THE FUll COST I ,;; ,'
--- ------ Brooker Baptist Church Tuesday Lang grew up I i ,
alone one night when I taughtat ,
night y
; .:;>?P{l.'-$<;' .J.g"*. ..dJ. ::.,,, 11 '1-4 '. ., .' The Brooker Baptist Church Invites Clay Hill. A nice fellow. I ttt1 I
: ;,;, ..eaar. t..,>).Y. "" <">i. '6. ;>, ........".. ':%' '' !Ey>>.. ''f't' b >:,>; .', .,'S :f< )" r everyone to attend its ser The new road 1 hear, goes
:''''' aw '* .> '
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{ : ; thru Fred Lang's pecan grove I,
: vices each Sunday. Sunday school
? begins at 10 o'clock a. m., morn- end takes his best potato patch. '

MQ.u" RE'H1 tf"'Q"t" J:; ,' "E' Inn service at 11 o'clock Sunday, The road Is needed but some ,
how I hate to
BTU Sunday night at 7:30: o'clock. destroy a grove "I
at 8 o'clock that has taken so long to grow.
and! evening worship
;. .aid>; .,,.,x, ,'" 1'k "" ," .:. ..:,p .;}:< '):"" Sdq .,. /1" '" ".y : The trees are large and frlutful )
> C. A. Crosby
'.,>< :;, ,*: t ..;;,"'h1>> ,,'< i> 0/. ;...' ))0.J." *> ,', 4 Sunday. The '
:r.gi., :.Q'rfrt., f''i<<:!ff. ,..:-. ,.; ;..: : !Is pastor of the church. Why not make a curve in the
,. ;' Edith Flower was!! visiting road? Maybe people would not
+' ,., :* .' .: ,. :. ,: Miss I
'''''' '" '>! / / relatives In Jacksonville Sunday !go so fast then, to kill the fowls
lttl'r'I: } 'j Miss Wanda Dees of AlachuaIs and beasts. The roads out here $

) ,' .r.. ,i iF" spending a few days with her. are full of curves. They are beautiful '

," grandparents Mr. and Mrs. O. W. and interesting. I can see
here. beauty around every curve and t. '01'
; Barry, '

tI'..., ';' Mr. and:! Mrs. Norman Roger In every valley At Clay Hill people -

1 ';::' 0. and son of Jacksonville, and Mrs love to go fishing. They have __ _

,, Minnie Parr h and daughters, of such good! times. Carson and Hazel

..'t"ff'(" .i Alachua, wire weekend guests of Q riff Is of Highland have been

.,>Z,1t :;t ;, Mrs,, Joseph R. Parrish. 'Ishlng.' They took baby Geraldine I !

F "' !.<. ';t.%'t "4'-.:.;" ,' ? Gerald Cuy spent last week In along and she had a good ,1 11 k
!1 '!?d''I.i, <- :, :r:< \. > '"70'V Jacksonville! with relatives.Mr. time too.
't ..
tf< <,?'i i .F'-g: ; '); r 1
< ,....,.xrM.;, :, t .","r"" >, ,"' ::-., ,:', and Mrs. Baxter Galney and If you are ever In Highland
<< "' ,.t". .,''y .n$". ,,. :} children of Winter Garden, and stop at Carson Grlffls Store. It
< ;; t. ; :
;? ": ;.",..;.<<: \ {('" ,,$ rt Mrs. Loca Mann and daughter, of ss' one of those General Merchandise '

,,'.}<. ,,:tt; .. ,,, ,"t'3: :*'/, .w, Mr. and furs Joseph: R Parrish. many years ago in so many places.
.f aHL"''S<...'i.-X.' ,\,'<, .W. '''i8. x .;.;* ,,"
> a.e Wallace Parrish recently spent He has a little bit of every

< :/ : two weeks In Jacksonville with thing( at a moderate price. It is
C .:E5R!; L' ,E" ; his sister Mrs. Norman Rogers.Mr. fun Just to smell the coffee, to-
!i Hen In. a lot of building for a small price"! It's a aespeclally
,.. and Mrs. T, M. Stephensof bacco and bolts of goods. Yes, I .
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1 A', 1Yjy. ,.y.x, h"3. ,: "'s R3;Mh 1"/ -j-f', : ;;1!w-"';,'J1t. 'fi"w Atlanta Ga., are spending several love a country store. He has the .suitable for conversion! Into a roomy BUILDINGMATERIAL
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{ (" 'Ye f "- :& also fine for remodeling" Into ,
*' : w weeks: at their home here this too. A wonderful h<>m apartment I
1 1 jj'Vf. Postofflce young
: i,< !! ViUH'l'lli".y r; ftff':wJ ', ; week. They have as their guest couple. Carson was at church shop buildings, warehouses garages, borne and for i

M. ; 't Ruth Shultz of St. Augus- Hut the bet feature l I- t
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> : i / f< ,"""v," ,. ''? *:> / ,it.'d: <'!'4' =' ;i.q.-"y.u-Jro!); ',' 7i when Hazel wrote to me. Just acard numerous purponf
>!" ; .< ';;' j-. '1" from Lorene Padgett promising that you can buy It MOW! There'In no rod tape or ,,

#\;"MJ-8'II"! y'EI.'Sm"2: ", : !<.J:,;( +tff 'Ire.B'ACKACHE a letter. Letter from Mildred delay11'* a rval HOME IN A HURRY t VALUES!' ,
; "" ; ;fi/X' <.; t u 4L
"'"' ) ;;: /. Manning asking If I am coming
;3 4.U't gJ Outside wall. are of 1 Inch drop aiding. applied over i ;i
.. '/,' .".t.i' 'r"'k"\; N42'x'.xk'3'6:' .i ," ",'.<.;'o/j. ... back to teach. They tlll are expecting -
., t:; Jr' ; ; ; For quick mafoniB- b l. for VM Window and Frame,
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4 ; '; it' .>.<< 't : < t..tf.\ }'7 ::0ki;:: .-1PaJu. OrtUn C*KlhU.Uradr ._ me back. So last rite I 1-8: Inch Insulation and mounted on :2x4 stud 18 ,' ,
1if1h <
Jtr ft.Ptr: ; 1i1J r$ ; 1l : r : nrliMt miMUbc PMW M. L f TUat, dreamed I'was teaching there. T inches. on crater Han on Inch roofing over 2x8 TnasoM .
< trelM under 1rf. Md woUo .nkJ 4 des Electrical: EquipmentAttic : S't I.' t
I lo Boo-orsuila. sad. 80..->r>Uml*awns sad saw the children so plain and I rafters Built on a concrete floor. Has 13 double-
Bl4d__....Ml Cr>**..Qlllell: ,MmpM* thought Mr. Nash waa teachingtoo. window and 3 door. You can Inspect them Attic Fan ( '
KlUfMtloa o.soap bMk tu M4. Ye
four drociM lor Cr- -,. Happy dream. yourself to the lat detaiL Then let nil help" you Plumbing SnppUeaFlush I

More value-more motoring enjoy./ George Scully Sr. has hurt his moving. This building can be moved Valve Toilet IJ r. ,tii
arrange your
.. .. .... .
but LavatoriesDRY
somehow 6tU.S
merit for money// hand at the sawmill Intact to many aroma or ran bet dismantled in *ec
your rv
lhaft what smoother. EXTRA-LOW PRESSURE TIRES : .l : It I ia beter. now. I understand he and loaded on one truck load.
In this smarter .
you get '
lumber for Jo* Lukafl. SEASONED
rid' ... Whie-RIm IS-lnch Wheels : SAVE : Is sawing /
more dependable and economical Colea
: more Mildred Scully said she saw
0. oIet. (24i.r -.-ariaS .14 Grlffls, one of my former teachers. MANY

get Ck-.M eff n yes HM by
rJ..OU more value In Its Body : use
style-leading r'M/i4\ eid"e e........... Mw ......,.. to the tenth grad I suppose -
: Sheathing,
flooring 2x 's to
more value in Its road-smoothing; Unitized ,...- tlw.. ..... .... --" tof_, -. he Will go to Baldwin next : LARGE BUILDING FOR l of
Kne.-Act.IOn Ride more value, In the thrilling per- .afer'ehi. riel., reed................. -: HaP TOUR COUNTRY... : year. I hear Mr. Joseph Nash U i 4
bnl. ... SALE. YOU'R.U'K T" I!:M OR WI!: WILL Special 2x8 neater'sn.tch. ;
onee of Its Valve-In-Head engine and In the .. It' "".. DMMI. to r"d yo* efta0 : HOP YOUESatnIs : going ,to teach Clay Hill next WRECK THEM FOR YOU. floottn 1t
ri4i ,.f + rrl"e ." he doe, for he ;
t>' ::== winter. I hope
Power of Its Positive-Action Hydraulic p.1.d1 q, :.. Is e..nr. : There itlU a *.y ml 1114 :. like myself, understand. and
Brakes-all exclusive to Chevrolet at lowest prices .... All +. te .tar.. sire-.body, 01'. .. tar can every Mhra ounc... The el nod worW.Ids fat w I I love the children. He I* a good ..

Y CHEVROLET IS dtew. pw--. ."-"dnr.41.1e. % hoct*** Bratar today than because. I taught
I know
; AND ,ONLY eo.--t..:..-wa mr Icfer*, ft*.*....k.sp : teacher. ARMY CAMP WRECKING
In 011-round value. That's why more people : ...,;...and turning to you'fcitcfara ....dI with him. ; CORPOpm .
buy it fat*. P. So Vaal 1 you Right here I .want to say how
and more for Hwm ...andy
people drfVe do act paid
.n know bow ....., ea.havats I have enjoyed

ORODE CHEVROLET CO. : todajr. : with all the the election men' Is pictures.over. I I read am Monday Through Saturday i A. M to 5 P. !*, OPEN Sunday le A. '1C. to 5 P. M. 1

: (rasp Ttifbie4 .it UMII Fats' : all aorry the ad and Just felt that anyone CAMP BLANDtNO P. O. Box 0991, STAKKE:, FLA. PHONE 'USE 1'I' I hn

,: ....rsl .tsfcsjs Itasaea IlL I: man elected would have been r

STARKE, FLA. ,I....... ..... ..... ....... .. the right one. I am so glad Clue I

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Little Iva Padgett of Starke
; ---- same, store In Quitnvan. Ga.. On Sheet Metal Shop National Guardsmen Are Exempt From Draft;I. (tonsils).

; d Howard's Will Open Drugs July I tOn I license June 11.to practice 1941. he In received Florida and his Opened HereB. I Local Company Has 14 Openings At PresentThe 1 Patients Edgar Mobley admitted of Starke.to Shadycrest, e,4BreOY, : EF. {!"'CEMADAME' Ph

ry': that year he became associated E. Aldridge, formerly of local National Guard unit from training and service by Hospital this week included: I
s.4 Temple Avenue with'Carpenter'. Drtigr Store when Alachua has opened a sheet met- has 14 openings for,men betweenthe I Induction Mrs. Collie Glass, Raiford; Don,

J, I lit was owned by D. P, Carpenter In the converted Blanding ages of 17 and 35. command- General Lance asserted that na Stewart. Starke; Mrs. Sarah
A new drug store, Howard'sDrugs now deceased. al shop north of Florida Ing officer T K. McClane announced I only two weeks ago Governor Weal Mlddleburg; Pate Gassett ROSA
I. 1 by building Just I II PALM
will be opened July and Wilbur Harris Lake
Howard, The Howards will be,on day Plastics Mr. Aldridge has pur- this week. Capt. McClane Millard Caldwell called on the Starke; Infant Si
Margaret and Vasule associated night call. "I've done it for 25 chased a residence on Water was referring to an "immediate I young men of the state who may Butler; Mrs. Bertie Crews Dukes;

;it t,7' both of whom have been Store years, end I'm good for another Street for the use of W. Strick- action" letter received from Brig. ,be affected by the proposed draft nun. Pauline Griff, Starke; Mrs. ADVICE ON, ALL If you Are N'
Drug 0
'< with Carpenter's 23," Mr. Howard remarked about 'and. an employe, and 'a homeon Gen. Mark W Lance state adjutant to Join the National Guard. The I Nellie Smith Starke; Steven AFFAIRS ASK Rig
11>1 3 for the past seven years. his 24 hour service. The drugstore Laura Street where he and general In which the Gen- Governor said "it will be to the Broadway Starke; Don and Mary ii-
The new store located in the but "Mar. the Individual.1 Noegel Starke. Such'as Marriage E She Wilt
444 I'I Is a partnership his wife reside. eral Issued a "last call" before best Interests of OB > AI,IWT
,. Winkler building on Temple Ave. garet Is boss," remarked Mr metal shop specializes the national draft law becomes and the State that men volunteer Divorce and BunI-' k V Flat T"'II, Q m
and prescrip The
will feature drugs Howard.The metal effective.The now for duty In the Florida Na- seas Matters L J fl OR IN TOocw
light >
In any type WOTICH TO Ar K All
tions. have two grown tional Guard and thereby discharge H Ithout
unit Zl/KLJLA MEK3HON. whuse ddreHH -
work, and when located In Al Bradford County now TO:
Mr. Howard trained as a pharmacist his- daughters, Mrs. Margaret, ruce- achua the shop 1 furnished pro- has a 'membership of S3, but their duty to the State WHEREAS unknown.It appears In that House With Sign of The Palm Beyond v .7 |

in Georgia and received mercer, now living In Washington' ducts to construction retailers In all' fields. and the nation while continuingtheir certain cause. now pending In the Plastics on Temple AVe. ati1
are openings
normal and Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial
: first license to practice there. state and Mrs. Nina Stanley', of throughout the state. Fluorescent employment Circuit of Florida In and for Br..d.ford LICENSED BY,CITY. STATE AND COCA'
Starke, he Special openings Include radio home life"From .
a. Previous to coming to lights'are also" a product of County in Chancery wherein
located for 11 years In the Starke. operator., radio repairmen (witha the statewide view there V. A. Browning and bin wife, Arrln
the shop for the adoption of
; \'Vt chance of attending school), are :'now. 76 organized units In Browning Kobert MerHhon pray that the mild. Robert -
,; ;4i 10'001 Em "I: FE"U: 'EI'II" Mr. Aldridge haa operated a and staff and service Florida, and many have, hot yet M..r>hon, ,In. the minor child of
"W. Uon't I .
ly" sheet metal shop In Alachua for the said. Zuella Memhvn and thatthe
Telephone linemen are In pollltion.1(reached their maxlum strength place. of residence and the Port
:..' ) SOC SPECIAL LUNCH 50c the past four years. Previous to and there la an urgent Those men between 17 and 39 Office .address. of the said Zuella

,.:, I Complete Change of Menu UallyI I that time, he ran a similar chopin experienced demolition experts. ,,who are interested In helping to And Mor.hon that In there unknown!Is( no person to Petitioner or persons Words f

4'I : SHORT ORlnRS: TOASTED'SANDWICHESk' Valdosta. Ga., for 18 years. The adjutant general pointedout .fill the 14-short quota may con- service. In of the.a summons State of In Florida Chancery the I! u

I.U\CInO"JETTI: : Park Theatre Bldg.w I.EAVKFOR that' the Selective Service tact Capt. McClane by phoning upon whom would bird the said
*' A & A .11 4-H cum GIRLS Act has Just been pawed by Congress 95W. or by seeing Sgt. W. C. I Zuella Memhon, you are therefore
MONDAY ordered to In said cauxeon
"if'''" I CAMP and exempts- members of Rhoden at the Armory on temple before' appear the SBth (lay of July' ,
w .1. ,"
.. ," Bradford County girls organized National Guard units Ave. .r.r otherwise the allegation of
Fifty-one .
aid Petitioner will be taken 'a*
will leave Monday, June 28, for a .confessed. .
V five-day camp at Cherry Lake I IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
Tobacco Curing Now thin order be published once each
near Madison. The group will week for four consecutive week In
leave at 1:00: p. m. from In frontof For July Market; the ,Bradford County Telegraph IIn.W.I..pr

t?, Gainesville Letter Shop the Building.The Bradford. High School Annex Acreage Is Light Florid published of In general Bradford: circulation County I

DA.KPi at Starke. Florida, thin
!> ... camp will be under the direction Sixty-two Bradford County 18th day of June, 1949.OFFICIAL .
-1\; t(' ($ SEA) A. J. Thomas,
of Mho Madge Whlgham farmers have planted a total of Recent Births Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford O
!: Bradford County Home Demon County, Florida.
Others from 187.5 acres of tobacco revealedan '-25 41 7-18 (OFFICIAL SEAL)
: DIRECT MAIL ADVERTISING \ stration Agent. actual completed this I1ARBARA SUB BARKSALE
''1 with survey
Bradford County assisting
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale
week. The granted
> Moore
Miss 'Rosa ,,
the are
f'" camp Bradford County was almost announce the birth of a daughter, COI'\TV FLOHlUAl IN. CII'I I
,,' ; Miss Oleta Green and Mrs. Nelson t'ERY.Annie .
t MAILING LISTS double that-112 alotments totalIng Barbara Sue. on Saturday, June Laura Carlo, Plaintiff,
tv' Green ,323.3 acres. 12, In Shadycregt Hospital. Mrs. Henry U Carton. Defendant. vs.l,
0 1' .i Two specialists. Miss Ethyl Hol- Barksdale Is the former Barbara No. 8870 ,
T. K. McClane
District Home -
it loway Horne of Hampton.
,., 1 and Miss Lucille Rush aid that the exceptionally low STATE OK FLORIDA to: Henry I* f
,t" 1 R of the ''State Health Department acreage planted this year was OWYNDOLYN VIC'K LEWIS Carlos, whose residence .li.: General

1 Multigraphing Mimeographing will assist with"classes and recreation -, due to the lateness or the crop Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis, of Delivery You are, New required Orleans to, Louleiana.appear on You've-Just

hxf,lt l at Cherry Lake. because of the wet land and becau.e Starke and Jacksonville announcethe July Court 28 and, 1948 cause, In, the wherein above plaintiff named ; t Got

COPYING the farmers were reluctantto birth of a daughter Gwyn- neeka divorce. Bradford County 1 "V

;I\t 1 .' r PHOTO Baker Named plant tobacco this year. dolyn Vlc'. In St. Vincent's Hospital ;in r.I. next Pou".h. weedy\:: : Issues.this Order

1 Photostat Machine .:t .. The grower. are now In the Jacksonville on May 23. Witness my hand and official
r ,1i' \" (On Lions Club Official process of harvesting and curing Mr Lewis Is the former Miss 12 seal, "at 4B.Stark, Florida, thl June To See This New

'' the: tobacco for the market opening Davis Love Bedwell of Jackson, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
; i A. B. Baker associated with A. Cleric of said Court.H. '
week II'
the last July. Miss.
f O. Brown Stark Florida
iI'r" Biggs and Baker Sporting Goods Last year, 69 growers had 242.2.. Atty. for Pit, '-15 4t 7-le
i 142 West Main Street South Store and past-president'of the acres of tobacco' under cultivation 1
I't' Starke Lions Club was appointed .' In 1946, 80 farms contained Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hayes of '
I I PHONE Z249Galnewyuk' 1283.3 Oxford. ,N. C.. are the proud par- 49 FORD
Zone Chairman In the Lions
.j as a
ents of a daughter, Brenda Elaine, ENJOY :
1t'! derideAPP'S Agent McClane, who was out born Wednesday, June 9th. Mrs.
an-nouncement of town last week with
tf' on camp I
!: Hayes Is tho former Carolyn Col- COOL
11 1 the 4-H boys, said that he would
son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.C. .
(! Gaines, secretary of the Starke
1 1 1I
'r',I, ," I I Lions, who said the appointment week Inspect, but the that tobacco the reports crop of this recent W. Colson. RIDINGWITH T Believe It's Real !

begins July 29 and .Is for ,one year. rains should Indicate a green- MARIAN ROSE GRKEN .

Mr Baker, Is one of four cone er crop with a slower maturing Mr. and Mr. Robert G. Greenof OUR NEW
; chairmen In District 89-1' which ate and larger and better leaves. Starke'! announce the birth ofa

STORE contains 19 Lions Clubs He will Last, year saw the largest tobacco daughter Marian Rose. In
; supervise Clubs In Starke Gainesville allotment ever received by Shadycrest Hospital on June 19. :

,; Lake Butler, Newberry, th. County since the tobacco program I COME'INTODAY:
High Springs, and Alachua. The began 14 years ago. The Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Brady ,
1 SPECIALS.- Friday '& Sat..ay June 25 2GIii duties of the Zone Chairman Involve allotment of 323.3 this year shows Rosier, Jr., of Starke, a daughter,

; the calling; of three meetIngs a drop from last year's allotment Linda Rae Rosier, born June 6th. THE CAR Of The YEAR
I ;-\' during,the year 'at which all of ....'.3 Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Fred Reddish COVERS
of Starke, a son, Rodger DaIs
secretaries of his
''11'i Reddish born June 6th. AII Leather Trim AND LET US SHOW YOU
i. zone are supposed to attend. He Exam For PO Clerk \. .
will also participate In four, district The following blithe are announced -
cabinet meetings.The At'Lawtey July 17 at Shadycrest Hospital: I

5FIdIJ Lions district. said Mr. and Mrs.- Lloyd Edmund I
i governor
wa. The U. S. Civil Service Commln- R&ah, Orange Park a son, Joseph 39 I j 4Pli
made to outstanding -
the appointment don Atlanta, aa.,. announces open Edmund June 12. ,
Lions "on the basis of examination July
competitive on
Mr. and Mrs. James Robert
1 their past records as presidentsind 11 for to
probational (leading permanent
Hancock Green Cove
U. S. No. 1 Pinto secretaries. Spring a
) appointment to the posl-
daughter, Brenda Joyce, July 17.
.' lon of substitute clerk In the STARKE
Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd James
POTATOES BEANS Lawtey post office. Bryan r Starke, a daughter, Sharen COM
W.C.T.U. The basic rate of pay for nubtltutes Yvonne; June 17. Seat Cover
In third class post offices

>:I t., 10 Ibs. 42c 1 lib. 19c "Many In Alcohol things may but law be" preserved andI formance 18 7Bc<< substitute an of hour.2,204 service After hours the of the satisfactory basic per-- Mrs.Mrs., Ward Adams Are And Corner COMPANY Court & Madison PHONE 118 199, W. MADISON ST.

I ., order are not on the Hat.
f, rate of pay Is Increased So an Phone 10 Starke STARKE VL'A.:
(Chicago Dally New) HostessesMrs.
{ World's Best Gibbs hour each year thereafter untila

,:1 I maximum rate of $1.04 Is reach.. .
H. II., Adams and Mrs.

}t C 0 F FEE. CATSUP, ,1.aV..9.y .V %) 3'.'.. .... 7z ed.Applicant must actually reside Roy Coca-Cola Ward party were Tuesday hostesses morningat at a\.-- - - - - -

( within the delivery of the Law.
the Adams home complimenting -'.
tl' 1 lb. Paper 11 'Oz. Bottle (JUST BEGINNING ? I tey post office or be bona fide Miss Gertrude Bush of Wal- 7
? patrons of .this office. Persons nut Ridge Ark.Arrangements.

rt ri 39c 20cDeICaAlaska ? t : employed considered In bona the post fide patrons.office will Applicants be of summer'! flowers E
were used In decorating the ;
must be within the ages
tJ home. The dining room table was STAR
; of 18 and 50 I but these age limits '
artistically arranged with glass
Standard PackSALMON do not apply to persona entitled
: and
? crystal serving dishes cen-
I Sweet ? to veteran's preference. tered with a low bowl of asters I
In order: to be admitted to the snit] summer flowers on a cut. ,

PEA S J with a camera? examination application Form applicants 60 properly must bring exvented. bowl work held table the cloth.Coca-Colas.A cut glass I

TaU Can ..
This form be obtained I
/ 9 s. meat peaple wish Assisting 11011'11.'ard and Mrs.
I1 i '" .No.2 Can 1 they could take geed from the postmaster atLawtey. Adams In serving their guests
= I
alb' i tJ 43' 9. pictures but don't knew were Mrs. H. H. Houston Mrs.J. .

5 i t 10 ? where la ilarU Veterans' preference will be M. Hembree. Mrs. W. C. Powell I
,. .,. ci WelL you tart right .here given those entitled to It. In accordance Mrs. Vernon Silcox and Mrs. STORE -

i 4 Octagon ,i _with us. Our courteoueand with the Veterans' Preference Juanlta Phillips.\ I _-
?' t t. Act of 1944. Detailed In-
:{' salesslafl
KJngan'a Pure ormatlon concerning this may be ADMITTANCES
1 'i 4 SOAP will-111 y u f obtained at the Lawtey post of- AT SHADY 'REST
: i \ ? camera to buy. hew t. fice.
'1. Patients admitted to Shadycrest. I
; LARD use it.
J ; vn POWDER t CARD OF THANKSWe Hospital in the past week:: I
"f,,.,.,'"l.. .. t Mrs. Bertie Crews of Dukes, I
.._ f wish to express" our sincere
1''t 3 for 25c 21bse SSe -- appreciation for the many word Fla.E. .
Z- HOLLYWOODCamera and deed of sympathy and for 3. Pendervis of Starke.
the beautiful flowers that helpedto Charlene Dennis of Starke

& Gift Shop comfort 'us In our bereave- ),Ir.. LaVerne Parrish of Waldo

We greatly Appreciate the Patronage each 0' ment. Mrs. W. A. Colley and Mrs. Paul Crews of Sanderson
t Starke. ,FIa. family. Mrs. Geneva Dempsey of Starke

our customers has given WI.e .




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to .ad. 0. ,
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$ .. Md.ha.l pl.ww.
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.5 Miami ______ SJUt crytt.W.*... D. C. __ 18-85 BEFORD MATCHED IN STARKE !

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Key West" __- 8.9S Atlanta .
t 14 New YorkCtaclnaiM __.. 15.M FenMeoU ,____ ISIS Will Save Ton From la to 29

t jq' 6 ___ U.10 'Detroit ______ 15.50 Percent O* Amy Thing You Select.

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s r.c..ym Keep race A c--ean'1ICMNMI' '....... We have taken in the space formerly\ ) occupied bl h

S ,r.. STATION I QUICK DELIVERY -_ We Can Duplicate Any '

,"" GREYHOUNDStarke, .,.. Pfco-ie Hi Stone Or Marker In From 3 To SO Days Lappe Bakery and will be ready SATURDAY I tj

Special Hours On Sunday 3:30 to 10:30 A. M.

2:30 to 7:00 P. M. serve the public in our greatly enlarged and i r

jI'iI'a Located On Highway 200 At South City LimitsP. decorated store. +

:: O. Box 572 Starke Fla. ,


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