Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 2, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02966
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. C.... MtADFOBO COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TABKB. FLORIDA Mayor H. C. Wall saM yesterday .J
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that aU civic
Ethel O.I..hrtlil' .----- -' ., arglzaUn :
: .'I Ca.e ?uo. 1608' Il-oaen., Defendant. July 12. 19U, 'In the above named 8. 1948. will be called upon Join r! I
Court and OFFICIAL 8KALI' A. .r. ,,
cause wherein Thomas.
| ORDER AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION seeks. divorce. i liradford plaintiff County (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomat I, Clerk of Clroi.lt. Court of T..lt".1, ", with the city In the Clean-up ,
APPEAR Clerk of said Court' '
STATE OF FLORIDA to; Mr. Telegraph In next four shalK publish this Order Chas, .. Hess, Z04-05 Ouarant'Bldgr. :I' County, Florida.' 6-4 41 ,-.jjIV.l. Drive slated to begin early next t I I'.k. .'
Eth.l Celebrter, Roien whos. real- weekly Issues. Jacksonville. Fla. --
: deno and address. Is: 1241 Wheeler Witness my hand and official Atty. for Plf. -' 4t '-Jcincvir 5 : .. w .
('ol'n'I', HIHIlVrtHO p
Avenue, Starke. Florida thle June S-t'IP 1
Bronx New 194"
are York. 8. 1:11: COJIRT. .ulJ5'y. 1.1.11/1) I ,? ? ?. "We originally scheduled the ; '"r
required to nu.inpoui I '
.Court.TUIo.t and i *o, m the above appear named on Ae(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas i CERY COUNTY; : FLORIDA IN CHAN: JamoH H. Filnre. F-lulntlff. vs.. t..ulee .. t-: driVe t begin July S, but since sl'r I

l seek divorce.causawherein Bradford plaintiff County Zach H. Douglas 33 ,West Ashley Allen Hamilton Smith I Plaintiff vi I. Prince. ]reniUnt. l'u.-.u: that i a holiday actual work W '''I
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Telegraph shall publish this Order Jacksonville, Fla. Esther Kutb Smith Defendant. eec.e 11OHDRR not begin lintil July 6 Mayor '
| Atty. for Plf. : OF PtM-LirATlOX< state splendid advertising. t
In next four ... eu 4t 7ix No. 8807
we..klyla. ..
TO APPHAK Officials WaU .
( Witness my hand and< official ORDER OF PUBLICATION STATH OF F1.0im "We were fortunate to have explained.Stressed :
seal a* Starke Florida { In thla Jun. 1, IIHADFOIIU Prince, whose rmhlcncu. Is, 11 them the clean-up .
Itf 4)J.) ('O""I'\" .'..Olel..A, IN: IIIEdna ; *'*- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrn I. No 3. Alibovllli-. I'. K.W meet with us here in Stark. during
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas <'I1IIY. Esther Ruth Smith whose rasldenci'S You are required to In our fine USO building. Th period will b wee cutting the .
As Clerk of said Court. Mae and address Is: :541 No. Merldlai iipii-ni| on orida Tour
Plaintiff July
vs. S of
cleaning with
11141 In th. aliiivo .l \
Street Apartment iminvil Starke Chamber ot Commerce the tr.h ,
T. l-'rnnk Twindium Slalke., Fla. Clark Jeffries. Defendant. Case 109, Indlanapo Court and aeca
No8840.: Its, Ind. ruime, wherein I i iiliuntlff' I I emphanis on Un cans and .
Atty for Plf.
6-' 4t.6-25 You seeks illvorrv i I IIt'ntI.r.l..Cnuntv. I Rotary Club and all citizens cooperated -

1'Ii. 'IIII'C ir (.u..r._ int\i>poHnOITV 'n ANT ORDER, > NOTiCE__OK1__PURIFICATION_TO__ __APPEAR. Court July B,and are 1948 required In the wherein to above appear nlnlntlf name 01. 1 8 Teiegi'o1h In |next| four shnll weekly! tiuhllNli\ IHHIIPI' tills Order, 'II. Jeanette Priest ands wonderfully In receivingand mosquito removal of breeding dead pace. and andother the IJ' .

| ) ( .'..OIU"1 IN CHAN" I oiAir, ufIAJKJDA to: Clark seeks divorce.cause- Bradford: f witness toy hun.l Hlid nfflrl.il I v.at Crosby. entertaining these visitors. ""f'. 1 i
('ItYSani : JftfrleH. whose residence I.: %! Telegraph Count)P at Starke l'Ioi'llu. this Jim", .1. We particularly the rubbish. ,Property ownersare ,
I I "' General Delivery Columbus Ohio. shall publish this Ordel r 1944. ity Commissioner Crawford. appreciate
,, LI. (..nd"nt.J..II :Plaintiff I Cane No., vs..((1(124.OHDKR ( Klhel. Bell You are required to appear on In Witness next four weekly issues' (OFFICIAL HHAM A. J. Thomas, >n the part of the County assistance of Mrs. Stump and the also ae to paint theirpremla.s '
July 12. 194(1, In the above my hand and oftlola'a..al I t
( named A. Cleric of said Court possible. 4
OF .
PITHLICATION Court unil causewherein at Starke, Florida, this Jam I '. sponsored the other ladle who served refreshments t
plaintiff Mvnrm. I I.HW reception In
AND NOT1CK ( Ryan I''h'fl.:
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APPHAR .seek* .Uvorcu. Bradford 1. 1948. In the USO City for a nominalfee I'f I' ,
County Blil* Jitrksoiivllle, building.
Kin I attended
STATE OF FLORIDA to: :Kthel Teleirraph (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,, all meetings of epoy.
lie I whose reiildunce is unknown. shall publish this Order : Atty. fur Plf. 8-4 41 0-S3 wilt to pri f. I>
In next four weekly issues. A. Clerk of said Court. saoclatlon In Jacksonville At the conclusion of the reception 1

Y.It. July You 12,are 194!)rixiulred, In 1 the tu ahovu. appear named on Witness my hand and official Atty.T. Frank for Plf.Landrum Starke.e-4 4t Fla 6-21 I resence! of the Association: Mr. Wlnchell called on vat'propryow.r; Itt' L be :j I',. 1I 1
I Court and muse. wherein "Ill at 8tl"'kB' Florida, this June iv: ciuciir do majorcleaning tl I 1I
plaintiff roinr. lilt \iul'uit. I n ,rs in Bradford ciy ca : t
1918.OFFICIAL. County can
seclis' divorce. I"rai1foiil 10. IN toivrv. ., Lex Green for a" brief speech. Mr.
County cincrir cornr. RRAnFonn]I i.oiiiii I t ES (11'\- upjobe more-reasonably rl.
) > 'I'eliKrapri. shall pnhllNli this Order ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. f'OI ,,TY. FI.OHIUll IV: fIfAN:11 ., ('inv.Annln: I attributed to his efforts at I j' I .
in As Clerk of snl J $ next four weekly Issues. ( ": \ Mae Hhurper I'lnlntlff \ la City where he met with private t.
: I AVItness my hand I and: official H I It. I IIn"ell ii. 1017 I) Lynch ldM'., T'rlmrn..t'f".on.; Plaintiff, vs. Lna' I Clarence tilmrprr. I lipfpnilani) 11.,. Is outside labor I
County of the oldest strawberry It r
I ou..1 I at Stance. Florida, thla June Jurktuinvllltt Fin.. Mason Defendant. Case No. 65B4.Oltlinil .'I Ni. AKll'l.! ate association of commls- one \ I I.
: 7. 1*f 18.OFFICJAL. Atty. tot l-lf. 0-11 4t T-J OF PUBLICATION ORDER tF I'I'lU.lC.VTID.V I there in March. producing; areas In the country "CltUena need only advise the ,
( SEAL; ) A. J, Thoma AN1 A'OTir-H; ANt NOTION] J
,' l As Clerk of said Court. IV: IHCI'ir' ('0' HI Illl %IOII> STATH n..' FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Lena HTATK' UF KI.OUIHA 1'0l'I'JoJ.1t i .to: c -.ltll'", ,. f(being Intervewed after thee and that soil here Is partlcu City Clerk astowhat they want, .( : I

ZIlch. ir. ImtiKlu' *, 33Ve"t Ashley. ('fli'iY. Ki.oiuiMi IN (;11.\1.Masonhone residence I Is R.F.D. Sharper, wlinuv i fxlilviu'e l I. IIPknnwn. ;> said larly adapted to a variety of and the City will d it aa soon I
Cl.Jt 1. : "The National .'
!., Jacksonville, Fla. N... 1, lleuufnrt. N. C. 'f
I Atty. for 1'lf. 8-lt Anthuny O. T.m-ni.to./ Pliilnllff, vs. You i atton crops. He also pointed to the outstanding possible.. Mayor Wall J<1. '
4t 7-2 are required to appear on riol U red to a n meeting In' Florida I
I . _. Hrnihilu LocuHtu UvfeiKliiiit. Case .Tulv"UG. 194S, In the above namrILi.tsrt July lrl"9 88, In the ni IC>\.I.I".m: ;;': : :! of services performed at "However, we must stress that f : I
.. ... No. IIK.'tHlUU'l.lt: ___ ,, Court! re the greatest thingsCome I

I I. f..I." 0' '..CU KI.OIIIII\t 0 ''111'1).1.l\ ('II11 \!I- h. I'l'HI.lfATIOM h.U u'"u : rrnf._...... null.......".uu I11.0.rausewherein; rnaroril__ .. ___. plaintiff vounxy__ ___.'u. And ti I vorce.curiae hertln Ilrndfoul, lii.ulgtlft'seeks I'utinty,, :f to- our stale. The Camp Blanding for the successful much of th cleanlng-up must be ''i .: II

I" I (' ,-"V A NO I NOTM'M TO APPKAlt T.-l.-grai shall publish this Order, Telegraph ,shill ulllHh thin onlur, tea prosecution of the war done by property owner them "I
Sldny' Bell .Cat "HTATK" OF, KLDtllDA to: Mrs. In brought us new Ideas
Plaintiff In next four
vs i ext four wsekl Issues. weekly |I..u" I : I
Dale Coleus, Defendant, Case 1rsn lola,, LuciiHto.' whine leftlilenrcnnrt 'I. Witness my hand and official Witness. my hand, and "rrkhll i..rted back home with them Mr. Green was roundly applauded .In... f ,
I 0\.,. 2H.ORDER.. iKlOrmH' 1 Is: 6030 71st Avenue ,eal at Starke; Florida, this May seal itt "Htnrk, Florida." this .1 use number of the "'I' I It
j jj OF PtTBLtrATlON1AND Brooklyn, 27, New Yo'k.JIl I Iit ,1141 n. 1944. .1 story of our great state when he praised the charade Te' telephone ""f I I
< NOTICR You tiro 'itMiuil'fMl' to uppttixr ni:I'I (OFFICFAL: : and record Starke's U 20. t j ,
j- TO APPHAR :'I OFFICIAL !SEAL) A.:1.: Thomas.As RKAI.) A. J. Thunms' development. Judging of County; C t .
12, 194S, in the uliove tianieI! ,
STA1M OF FLORIDA tu: Lloyd Clerk of said Court. As 4'lerk of said Cnurt.K. '
I ('atee, whose| residence, iseun. Court end educe. wh..rlit plalntlflsrckH I IVan T. JovanI.aw: Exchange K. I'vrrymnn, Stinkf, Kl.n-ld, Jieir reaction each of them Commissioner Lawton Crawford ,. ,
no w n.You. '. divorce. lirndfonl, County' I Hldw: .lurkHonvllle\ ria. Atty. fur Plf. .23 4t 7.18 0 back home singing our who represented the Board at the Patrol Wagon .. t"
.lrllf111'h Khiill thin Ordel,' i
| publish : ;
I are required V uppear" or I Ally furif.. 6-4 4t 6-2
I I : 12, 1941. In the above I named In pleat four \\.ekly iHMUeH.Witness ( and continue to give our sessions In Jacksonville. k Newest Addition '
I ", nod raiiHt, wherein plaintIff my' )lininl und otIeIaIsea ''t, iv 4 IIII"'J'r cnrnr. n'l&UFonu iv rinruiT f'.I''I'. nil \inoicnroi'xrv. 't I
I I.I ....k. divorce Itrudford, County I lit "Htuike 1"'lola. thin. June I.I I'01\'',', KLOHIlpAl IV: 'CHANKIIV. : FLoiuitti I'% ( u IS- "- To Facilities t : I !
l /' ) shall publish this Order 0. 19U. \' : CKUT.Theodore: lew ParkOy Cit'. t ;
I II next four weekly Issues.AVltnens (OFFICIAL SISAL) A. J. Thomas,, Ki-nncU, I>. Iteyder Plaintiff. v.. Fratllnl IMiilntlff. t.s. City Tax ', !
: my hand and ottlcl.1.e. As Cli'ik of xnlcl Court, I Klnl.i: 1. lleyder. Defendant. Case Josephine I F. Frattlnl, l II.Ct'.ut,, EqualizersMeet City of Starke has taken ; I,
I .' at Starke, Florida thin June Itt Frank 1.nIu'uuu,: murk, Klu No. for.14OKDEER. Case No BOOS Scout :Troop T i
) I 1M8.OFFICIAL( for Plf. (6- I It 7-2 I OF PUBLICATIONANT ORDER OR PltHLlCATIOM oDe more momentous step o the I. : i\ J
I .
% :
l J .. Clerk of said Court. iv cinrriT coriiT. IIH\I>FOHCO I OF FLORIDA to: Elsie 1 1lleyder I" STATE OF FLOKIDA to: .!lose. C common knowledge thai Tuesday r of prp. .4 't ;' .

I. M. Knight, Starke, Fla. (' "TV.. PI.OHIDAI I.V CHAN. whose residence Is: 105 1 t!. r..hlnt201\ Frultlnl; whose reslielwe cout worK Is a necessary. ,A"Jbrandn.wC.vr.t' patrol I I' :
I for Plf... 0-11 4t 7-2 CEll Ye 6th St., I'erkasle. Pa.You I ., Avenue, Vonkvrs.You' '
I Mike b'edor. Plaintiff vs. Mary Fe. are required to appear on N. Y. tegral part In the tralninabrIng1ng wagon, t e.r unruly peace-', I

I '\ (, "' .'IT01'IIT. IERIIFORDeoirr dor. Defendant. CRUA' No. 601' July ft, 194. in the above named 21 I' are rviiulred to' ar>l>enr' un p> of the youth ounty. Tuesday July 8II\ the dat. set disturbers to City 1, ,I
July In .
the t c.b.
( ORDER; OF PUBLICATION Court and cause, wherein plaintiff 1941. above numxil "
I '. KI.OIIIItM CHAN AND NOTICE TO APPEAR neeks ,divorce. Bradford County Court and cause, wherein. pliklnlirf for the annual "day In court" for delivered ,yesterday. I''
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( I STATE OF FLORIDA to !Mar Telegraph' shall publish this Order seeks d lyoN'.. Ilrudfonl I'oiinty (
J. Plaintiff I : lease extends as long as > marl a, blue 1848 '
f.teh,,'m Thompson. vs. Fedor whose residence. I I.* 849 East In next four weekly Issues: Telegraph shall |1)111.: Mnh this I Ordt-r i taxpayers who wish to make_ com 1n L ,
o TJurendant. Case i 143tSttCIfeIund. Ohio. Witness my hand and official seal, In next four wri-kly'lnsiiHS.. loop .I* In active exlstance ) corn ''f t:
<0. eeai I at Starke, Florida, this June 3. Witness my hunrt and official plaints or give testimony ast* b tk'euipp '
ORDER OF PUBLICATION xou are requirea to appear on I ,. lag the Scout erect build. and I
seal Bt Storks, l< this
| | July In Florida Juno the ) Wr.
S, 1948 the above named Value'of any'property1/real pt.Wv '
AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR Court and cause., wherein plalntlfseeks (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs ,, eQ 'AU' the .:te.'blll1l11njf. ot :. the i'' '
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ella Clerk:: of said Court. (OFFICIAL SF.AL) A. J. Thomas, G II
divorce. Bradford County personal, as fixed by County Tax '
; ; whose residence Is un- In letter are the words, 4'! d
"I this Ord..rWltn..s Kvan T. Kvans JMW ExchanffIl.lir .I As Clerk of said. Court. planned by the Je' : i
You. to In. next P'uet'I"r.:: u ., Jacknnnvllle, Flo. J. S. IlarrlHon I... w N"cha"loOIJIf., ; ls a 20 x 60 foot concrete Assessor B.: W. Hayes on his .- City of Starke.. 'f
are required on
| appear Atty. for Plf. 6-4 4t 6-2 i Jnckponvllle :2, Florida ,
hand and official seAl
]I mY'
I'I' 13 and, 1948 cause, In the wherein above plaintiff named At Starke Florida this June I194S. Atty. for Plf. U-2/1/ 4t 7-16 structure with one largeg Assessment Roll for the year Thus 'I to that a new "first- f'' j

>V.I: .. divorce Bradford County .\OTICH OP APPI.ICATIOV FOR room and four small pa IMS. comes the little strawberry I .j""'

..", shall publish this Order (OFFICIAL As SEAL Cleric) A.of said J. Thomas Court." TAX: flEEcE ooma. Some money. labor, Mr. Hayes met with the of Btarke located In f'.
next four weekly Issues NOTICE: IS HKItEHY (lIVEN IV: TIlE) CIIICI II' 411'/1'1' Fiiiii1JlilCVtl. : wil community I ,
Witness my hand and official tlvorM & Anderson (J r e e n Cove that T.; J. Alderman" the holderthe n I <.111..11.1. OP .'.....111.5.iv ateriais. have been donated Board at 10 a m. Tuesday for the Northeast portion of that sunny ,
r> i If( j
Springs, Fla. following certificates has. filed 1 ASh FOH IIKDKOII l> ''' 'f'
( 1'- .
.al at Iark.. Florida< this 9th new Scout home but the of
more "perfecting receiving
June Atty. for Plf. 84t 8-28 said certificates for.. tax deed to 'TV prpo.e state w. call Florida. : '
: SEAL) A. J. Thomas be limned thereon The certificate IN CHANCERY thresh needed. I Ua zlng such assess- f' I
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I Numbers and Years of Issuancethe Case N/). 6137. hi 'M
.. Clerk of said Court. IV CIRCUIT COI'llT.; nnADFOHDrOtlMTY. .. -
menu ine win
and :ine having contributions to conveneas
J. Henderson Esq. FLORII.ts IV CHAN description of the property File No. 53614 uort
the In which It anseased. Alrhnnk Board of Rosier 'Leading
t. Auirustlne, Fla. CEnY' names wall of America, Inc.a can contact Scoutmaster a Equalizers.All !rqj I
for Plf. -ll 4t 7-1 :Mary En..r1e. Plaintiff v.. Otto L. are as follows: corporation I' ,
< ___ jberle, Defendant Cane. No. 6610 ,nuance..June 1. A. T>. 10411.stuanc .Plum lift, .3hull or phone 114.Receive persons owning property- Soft Bal League; Ir:
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A. D.
.Tun..l. 1946. -vu'Rniauud'
\ ClHCflT COITHT. BHADFOIID ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND subject to assessment In Bradford "
( '' n.OHIIJAI IV: CHACKRY *!- NOTICE TO APPEAR eMcrlptlnn of Property M. Stuart. Tonight ; :
I rOI'VTY Lots A of bounty are notified to at t
: STATE OF FLORIDA to: Otto L. ,1 4'aVI A all Lot in E Defendant.NPKCl.tl. i appear Mi,
... J. Pappas Plaintiff, vs. Elirrle, whose residence. In 87-41 Ttond A Lots It, 12 Townnhlp 13. 14. M ..1./1.: MITItK: 111'N I this meeting to make such comlalnts ,
... Louise Pappa., Defendant. loll Street Jackson HelKht. Long Woodlawn. Section 12. \IK The "Battle of the Sexea" will I
> to offer such testimony
6 Smith Range. 22 Kant, contain- NotIce Is or
hereby irlven that tinder iflcates From
.... No 6636.ORDKR .' slnnil. New York. ,
OF PUBLICATIONAND You are required to appear on log 81 acre more or i less.Vame and In nuoordance with that certain as they may desire b resumed with renewed vigor ,

NOTICE TO APPEAR Tuly: 5. 114*. In the above nam..dCrlllrt rank: A.In Sweexv.rertlflcnte Wbl..ha"u..ed. : )Mrs' final decree of foreclosure and, salerendered .. lit V. B. S. tonight: (Friday) at BradfordPark .1", i j
STATR OF FLORIDA to: Hazel and cause, wherein plaintiff: by (ton A. Z. Adklns u I
No. 38 Year of Isiuance Judge of thi 'licult Court. of Itnul, the softball .
|..* Fuppas whose last known seeks. divorce. PTadford County > Deeds .LoN Cub
.. and ,address was: % Casa- Telegraph' shall publish this Order Deitcrlptlon June of 1. A. D. 1946 ford County Florida. In ('hn.In .."..,r% luatlon exercises. were held .Recorde team will enter. field i
\ property that
certain cause pending Itt
weekly losues. "-
SeasIde Avenue iru next
Cafe East Lots 64, 1(9( Woodlawn. Section r night at the ,
Beach California. Witness inv hand and official' &seal said 1'ourt wherein Alrbank .t Baptist against the Bloomer Girls on a
on this June 3. 17, Township B South, RniHre 22 America Inc., a corporation' ', Isl'iairitif for Vacation Bible Among recently recorded I
You are required to appear at Starke, Florida. ? : l School "exchange battery" basis.. The 'I
F..t. contHlnlnn 20 AcrEs more orl.ss. ,
In the above named 94H. and Itf.lnn.l M. Stuart 1 Jo In the court house were:
| 12 and 1948 cause wherein Plaintiff OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Name. In Which Assessed defendant, ('auso N... ril.17: the unrlAi- U who attended the two Lem Davis, Bradford to game L called for 8:15: r i i '
.k. divorce. nradford County As Clerk of said Court. : HarveyVhlte signed I'Ip..clalIl1ol"r!\ by said dore classes In the Sunday County .
shall publish this Order Carlton & Brown, Law ExchangeP1(1g. : L.: \ ** appointed, will sell to tli.. Alfred 1. Compeau. Brooker. S In order to bolster the Bloomers ., f :
': ? next four my weekly hand Issuea.Witness and. official \tty.., for Jack Plf.-onvllle, Kla. 8-4 4t 8-25 County All of of saId. Vradford! property State being of'In Flor the of highest the. bidder Smith' Front for rnnh.Uoor In flf front th''. tent rooms.of The over class 200 children had an 1.2 of lot 2. E of RR north of and handicap the Lions, the i I

Bradford t'ourthousn I InItark River in Sect two teams will batteries '
Florida this June 1,111.l County 18 Twp. 73. range swap f
at Starke such certificate certificates !- .
I IIV iOt-HT. IIIInFOIIO or *. Florida' durlntf tho lettiillours bout 143 receiving 194S. nnrriT 20 E, pitchers and catchers).
containing acres.Walter
shall rndnempd. arrorillnwo .
he .
(OIAT SEAL) A. J. Thomas E'iETSTY' FI.OuU', 1\1 CIt: tN'. of 84.10' on the Rth day .1'Juiy I I Pee ,
law the described insuch I '
property A. D. 19H the I I will toward $2500 I
1 Clerk of said Court. ('I'IIV !1'.1..il: Hyg..ma Mr,. FrancesWBkinson go raising ,
willhe ,
\ I 001' Plaintiff vs.. certificate' or rertlflcnfrj crlhed personal, property tilt I I. r
Fla. Anna Bell '' the exercises the childrenh
J. Thomas, Jr., Starke. hard ball dInt
lighting a regular
-U 4t 7-2 John R. Gore' Defendant. Case No. sold to the highest bl .for Plf 8813. ('''"rt House door on tliu first l ll. tr"ln, l 'nanit fjosun,"i department gave are- nsephlne Monlus of Rhlnelander mond. t I
,, OF PTTBLICATTOVAND Monday In the month of July fun, ]lodel T-fift I ;Altiniifacturer's, Serial' f.
'! 'r )CIRCUIT i''vrr.' FI.OUIII COURT, lilt IM A DFOIIO Cit; *.*- ORDER NOTICT1 TO APPEARSTATI5 which. >nt"d IN IhU the. Gth 3rd ..''t 'y"o of July June' 1048.r 194S. Number 147 t'lvll Aeronautic', Ail. nble of the mention two this week's work Wls. Lot 13 of Blk A in Mt. I. Probable lineup for the Lions i 4 .
John minlel ration tvrtlflrute Nunih > year was
OP FLORIDA: Pleasant .ub..lv.I I
('EIIY I tOFFICIA'I'IF.\r.' A. J. Thomas. Serial Numbt-r -. will be: Jimmy Godwin catcher .
Is Rock- NC-7920S. :Knrlnn
.. Ramshureh" Plaintiff vs. 'TS. Ooro whose residence unusual tine handworl
Katherlne. Rnmsbvruh" Dfen Infrhnm, N. C. Clerk ef circuit' Court of BradfordCounty U34 and, 4717. toKethnr with allddttlons i Cleone A p:. J. Howling of Brad-. Jerome Johns, pitcher, Buddy I
;"' to on Florida. 6-4 4t 82.1OF l....ti ritiunt ami repair- andicraft undertaken dur. / .
| ; '. ,cusn No. 8B17.ORDHR You are required appear I ford County to Julia C. Halsten ol Bishop, manager and 1st base / .
named roads said' Aircraft.A.
1 : r>Pt'BLIfATION ..Tllly-/ 1 191g. In the above -- to or uium t course. ; *
ANn NOTICR TO APPRARSTATR Court and cause, wherein plaintiff O'rlf"fl 'PPI.U"TIO'\l ''I Z. Af>KIVH. JR. tsrke: Lot 8 of Dowllngs Park: :Monk Dlnklns, 2nd; Ralph Beague, > t .
FLORIDA to Mary Kfftin illvori"I Bradford County As Special' :Master In Clot'" teaching staff coavtaters. I r l I
OF FIElI itt lIFE: : Sub-Dlv.. In 28 8 8,, short stop: Merrill McMillan. 3rd;
.. Ramsburgh whose resi. .1.n. T.'iegraphhall publish this OrderIn If l .>ii.e HIM ...... IXIIJNOTirB : eery.CInney : Rec. T. I
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Issues.Wltnans A vim' ,"*'nt, herding principle- range 22 B; north Walter left field Wallace
and nddreiis. Ix: *& Carey next four weekly 1-4 IIKHEIIY' HI VII.: 'that being 11 King ; '
.. 21t(1) W T2nd St., New York niv Juan,! and officialseal June W. R. Orlffls the holder'of the fol. H. O. BrownAttorneys fur 1'lalntlff.35: Zt 7 i 4 D. Ilalnes school pastor, and south and BO East andwe.t. Solano, center field: Herbert tI \'
r.n. N. Y. Rt Starke. FloridA. this lowing certificates has filed said O. Powell, atory'to'Ilt'r,, I tt I
You are required' 10' appoar on a. 100U. certificates for a tax deed. to be Oreen right field: utility men- W
: ,. 12, t941. In the above named (OFFICIAL SEAL A. j. Thomas.As issued there on. The. certificatenumbers Alma Hough secretary,, John V. Johnson, Starke to Johnny Manaasa, .
Cle,k of sail, Court.r. Rlrave. Henry ; .
and entice, wherein plaintiff and years of Issuance. the I" rmri'ir ( IK lIT Jlli.5.lFultl) .
'1'. Kvann.. Law Exchange "1- I by Miss Blanche Cleve- Bernard J. Jacobean of I Mao "
t ..kll dlvorro. JTndforrt Countv n description of the property and the (coi'vrr' Ki iiiin' C i iv CII Peeksklll. MCrif.
"/' shall publish this. Order nid! "' Jacksonville. Flo. ?, names In which It was assessed. areas CRItY.Raymond. lept. Supt. N. Y., mv 1-4 of NE 1.4 of SB I
.t Bloomer Girls Plo Blade
6-4 :
ext four weekly Isnufn. Atty, for Plf. follows: Slilnoy, Jor 1 Witness. my hand and official Certificate No. 63 Tear of Is- vs.: Edna V.! I'lielps; I Jordan, Hefeii- sery: Mrs. Dories Rosier, 1-4 of Sect. 23 Twp. 6 S, range Soootle Duke Margaret MU1 r.

st Starke Florida this June iv inrriT cornr. BRADFORD silence 1946Description dant. Case No. 8614 Beginners Mrs. Wilma Mc- 22 E and containing 10 acres, Hazel .
Gladys /
;; : I 144D "OI'" TV. FI.OIHUAl IV: CHAV: of Property: ORDER OF I'tTBLICATIOX .
SEAL) A. J. Thomas.As ff'EKY.Mary A 'strip 100 feet wide across : AND NOTrTPl' TO APPRAR Supt. assisted by Mrs the E" 4 acres. thereof; also that Louise Tenly Lucille Green Dot
: Clerk of said Court : Alice Clark Plaintiff vs. end :of WH of NK'4: of NK'4 E STATE OF K1X:>RIUA to! Mr- Jolaort."Mrs.: Elizabeth Sey piece of land lying and being In t';
Frank Landrum, Starke, FI",. Jennie. Clark Defendant. Case No. road. Section 20, Township 6 Edna V. PhelpS Jordan, whom reslence Johns, Harriet Richarde, RubyJohns ,
for Plf. 6-11 4t 7-2 ""' South flange 22 East containing and aililrmn Is:, PersiuimansCounty nd :Mrs. lCra'Waadln. Pri- SW 1.. of NE 1-4 of SE Elma Hickey, Ruth ,

ORDER OF PTBLJCATTOW 1 Acre more or less. VVInrall North Caroling Mrs. Ruth S. Morse Supt. Sect., 23 Twp 6 S. range 22 I and I It
Name. In which assessed LlmlneyOrlffls. You required to appear on E Broadway, .
cornT..r. ..... AND NOTICE TO APPEAR : are Bride. '
: rincriT IV: C.HAV-: 1ERY' STAT OF FLORIDA to: Jessie. July 26. 148. In the above n..1Court I by Miss Sylvia Morsenne and containing 1 acre. others. t
'. (Plark. whose residence Is: Rout I, All of said property being In theounty and cause, wherein plaintiff Ilutchlngs Mrs. Ada P. B. Duval I ( '
( of Bradford State of FloridaUnless seeks divorce.' Bradford County Gulledge Countyto Loading I
Plaintiff vs. :Sumerall Miss. j' :
( .. C.J.'DelIert Dellert Defendant. You are required to appear on such certificate or certl elecraph shall publish this Order V Mrs. Charles hardy Mrs. Edgar E. Pwe., Atlanta Go., the B soft' 'J". I

N... 0132ORDER July S>. 194. In the above. named Icates shall be redeemed described according In In next four weekly hand Issues.Wltnes and .'officialseal tonway, and Mrs. Ida Mae Sect. 28, Range 22 Eon I "la. city bal 0) ,
(Court and cause wherein plaintiff to law the property my league
of 'unlor R.r C L le&ll.hvig f
Mrs. Sellta Thomas
; AND NOTICE!! TO APPEAR 1..etks divorce and restoration of such certificate or certificates will at Stark, Florida. this June Little Santa Fe Lake 600 f. defeated ,
STATE OF FI.OR1DA to! Ellia- I mnlilen. name. Bradford CountyTelegraph b. sold to the highest bidder at the : I 148. assisted by Mrs. V. D.Mr 210 ft. more or less. Coa ,
residence' Is: shall publish this Order court house door on the first Mon- OFFICIAL BEAD A. J. Thomas, Saturday night lTand downI o. j
J. Pellert Plttafleld next four weekly. Issues.Witness day In month 1148. which A. Clerk of ssld Court. *. L. D. Koines, Mrs. Nick G. Stravlanos and E. D. '
Houthern Avenue, otol'rIry: ; Guard Tuesday
.... my ha/id and official it the Sib 141. T. Frank. Landrum Stark. Flat Alvarez and Miss Alma Ing Naton 1 ;
setts. 141. .16 41 7... Ramos, Duval Co. to Charley E. '
to appear on ,seal at Stark., Florida, this Jun Dated this Ird day of June, AU. for Plf. night 4
You are required i Intermediate: Mrs. Lou- IT.
I I Iv Supt. assisted. by Rev, Johns Starke: Dln. at NC Cor Guard will meet te" I f'NaUoal f
of lot S of Blk the ordinal :
Halnes. Bible Mrs. L. A. Lions Cub this Saturday night 1/111 j/ 11 I
Town of Starke per map or I

I music and character plat> thereof reorde. In de I in the.. of the .current .rte. [ I :,;: ; "I;

Mrs. Maxwell_ ____ n_ and__. Mrs.p book "N", thereof in .

"L._,_ .,, a t..unandicraft.. Public pg. of said Co. A: Mayor '
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Glb'Furniture' -- --feMty-zove.egrom.1 ..ung.m'aa.uuto ,I.U. .. Rcrd. Repat

VIIIe. H. Company the house owned by J. T. Quiff- Amon* those attending werejOr. PATIENTS: ADMITTED State Jt run So. along the W 4
hopes later add edge of Walnut St. ft. to P.OB. : Wag
t and lay on the old Keystone Height eM.: ... M. B. Herlong. Mr. TO SIIADVCREHT 2 i To

to bit drug stors fum- graded road opposite the W. A. R. A. Green. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. thence W parallel with and D

of the prodllcta. I Coller. property: Mrs. B. B. KIn- Alvarez Mr. and Mrs.. Ralph Patients admitted to the 8hadyc..t < to Madison .. 50 J thence 8.., C. Wall yesterday
boat. ,
nxad-by :Mr. Jr. Mr. and Mra. T. B. Hospital this. week are: Jb parallel Walnut St. 3& Ft .tat. '
are sold to .ney a practical nurse, operates Alvarez t : that several dog have ''I
retail stores thence E to MadisonSt.
:Mr. and Mra E. W. ClorUnn Larallette of Orange parallel
0IuI the rest home. Harding'. been "staggering around" j .
pan seen iI
Of tbem of the Stat.. Hare Mr. Wm. E. Hayea, Mr. Park, John R. RatIon of Starke.Robert 00 Ft. thence N along Wedge in s

Ie 'l> .re sold 10000t".The' Home and Mr*. Ctoo. Kopeknuo, Mr. and J. R.. Underhill of of Walnut St. 3 n t I t they a might manner have .u..UI I 's

llal'tatann'* ProXlznately. 1:00. .Buy Farm and Mra. Herbert Deal. Mr. and Btarke, Jacob Gutshall of Cone P. O. B. bl 3 Ft. 8. "We cant, afford to rbl.take any : 4

'mploYI woodworkmcworker Guy Reese and Broadus MeyEr X.... Freeman Register Jr.. Mr. I maugh. Pa., Mrs. DorU Simmonsof 30 n 1 chances- the' Mayor stated .-and :j i1I

aevea Pa. have and Kn. C. H. Naawortliy Mr. j Starfce. J. W. Smith of SUrke. Among the deeds recently recorded have the police
ers PhUadelphla purchased Five a M .... !. ..... UM ., rive( ,
tragedy sap won Ia. days
8L.\JQ house and 10 acres of and :Mrm. N. N. Prevatt. Mr. and William U Wan of Starke, Jim at the Court House are: ap to Ji

; JAOUON ";land a a 1-2 miles east of SUrken Mr*. Paul Rajrmomd. Mr. and Il.... .....M1.g ....,, ..... Pletvvnlt ...'. Ia ... ruirfx-nlar Maw IbM .* my Reddish of Starke. :Mrs. Nancy I J. S. Eunice, Bror County la ltrcto stray dogs."ret s

.IIId 1 a. B1j. .JacboD i I Road, 16, from H. L. Jeffera V. 8. Bt. John van Alice St. ,.._ the 0. J. Mow.... asd family WedMMtojr. at hut week. Eunice of Lawtey. to L. R. O.n. Highland. 120 t' d wt am c .

PrOUd The Are started from M ..&a.we Ttnr J0 bad BIRTHS ac la Woodlawn. m appl"
parenta the .John, Mr. and :Mr*. A. J. Thoraaa. famHy reUsed : ,
of a -. f The sale was made through dog owner* to keep .. ,,
at BIac: bont V"rIdy. 3_ I B.: I tA. StiDUt Agency of Starke. Mr. and Mra. Freeman Register I. '". algkt. ... the .oe *ra. Coo fag go.. t. .>. _w. by C :Mr. and Mrs. Noah Green W. V. Gunter of Starke to J-.W. t home want to run ,

AJa.. .ua County Hos-,. 'rhis U the former B. A. Nettles S.... A3.. Thoma. Jr., and Mr. ... tbe Ike Iii'. ...,.,....... .. ftod. Young Jr. of Ralford a daughter, Ptooser. SUrke Lots 1 it 4 of Blk*. risk ul having the them IMt."

I *ce.. i ;and Mra. BT.. Tnoma j SUM ..... kjr Jote VdeD) Betty June born June 2.. 2 t In J. D. Jones addition to Starke t t Mayor seJd I I

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same store in Qultman, Ga.. On Sheet Metal Shop I.I National Guardsmen Are Exempt From Draft; ( Little). Tva faageit atarKotonsils 1

$' Howard's Drugs June' 11, 1941, he received and his Opened Here Local Company Has 14 Openings At Present Edgar Mobley of Starke. l 8J334'J O'.Dwe : [! !!'IICEMADAME' Ph

Will Open July fat license to practice in Florida, Patient admitted to Shadycrest a hlrg,
w he became associated j and service by this week Included:
that year B. E. Aldridge, formerly of The local National Guard unit from training Hospital
On Temple AvenueA with Carpenters. Drug Store when Alachua has opened a sheet metal hat 14 opening. for men between ,[induction Mrs Callie Glass, Raiford; Don
It was owned by D. P. Carpenter General Lance asserted that na Stawart, Starke;' Mr* Sarah
store. Howard'sDrugi. shop In the converted Blandingbuilding' : ,the age of 17 and 35, commanding -
new drug now deceased.The McClane annoufi- two weeks ago Governor West Middleburg; Pate Cassett, I ROSAADVICE
1 by north of Florida officer T. K. only
July Just I IPlutlcs. pA
will be opened and Harris, Lake
Vassle Howard Howard. will be on day Mr. Aldridge has purchased ced this week.' Capt. McClane Millard Caldwell called on the Starke; Infant Wilbur '

Margaret and been associated night call. "I've .done it for 29 a residence on Water was referring to an "immediate young men of the state who may Butler; Mrs. Bertie Crews Dukes; '

both of whom have Drug Store years and I'm good for another Street for the cure of W. Strlck- action" letter received from Brig. be affected by the proposed draft Jnts.. Pauline Griffis, Starke; Mrs. ON. ALLAFFAIRS If You Are "'0'
with 25," Mr. Howard remarked about 'and, an employe, and 'a homeon Gen. Mark W. Lance, state adJu- to Join the National Guard. The Nellie Smith, Starke; Steven ASK hlR
for the past seven years.The his 24 hour service. The drugstore Laura Street where he and tant general. In which the Gen Governor said "it will be to the Broadway Starke; Don and Mary .
) new store, located In Ave., is a partnership- but "Mar Ms wife reside. eral issued a "last call" before best Interests of the Individualand iNoegel, Starke. Such as Marriage. She win tNhr

t f' Winkler building on 1 ample garet Is boss," remarked Mr the national draft law becomes the State that men volunteernow Divorces and Business Flirt T\I"
metal shop specialize
and preacripUon sheet
The .
will feature drugs OR
Howard. I effective. for duty In the Florida National Matters IS TRO
In type of light metal I. TO AfFKAtl
Howards have two growndaughtel'l Guard and thereby discharge \\Ithout
The work and when located In Al The Bradford County unit now TO: ZUKUUA MKKSHON, whose ad.
I Mr. Howard trained as a pharmacist Bruce- their duty to the State dress |I.* unknown.YVHrtRBAS The"Palm
Margaret With
Mrs. House
the shop'I furnished products 03 but .Sign -
and received his achua has a 'membership of It appear In that Beyond : atf
In Georgia nation while continuingtheir (
f mercer now living In Washington to construction retailersthrouhout I certain cause now pendingIn the Plastics: on Temple Ave
there. there are openings In all' fields. normal employment and Circuit Court of the EUirhth! Judicial
to practice
.: : ; first license Plate, and Mrs. Nina Stanley', of /! the state': Fluorescent Circuit or Florida In and tor Brad LICENSED IyYCITY, STATE, AND COl'Sty'
ti Previous to coming to Starke he of] Special opening include radio home life. ford County in Chancery wherein.

located for 11 years In the Starke. lights are also a product operators, radio repairmen (with I From the statewide view, there V. A. Browning and hi* wife. Arrl. .....,._.-....,_. ._ .
; was .... .................. _._ -- wr.
4 the shop '.., 'e'w__."' I.I v..'.._....._...._.. """' .,>- ...-- ..--- --.-- -- "a

FKKIJ: 'EM!I" :Mr. Aldrldge -nu '. .
jh "Na Ioo.t I'ool 'Em '
;" sheet metal shop In A

<' 50c SPECIAL LUNCH 50c the past four years. ''I

Change of MMIU Dally I tha t. time. he ran a si "
I Complete I ,l .
r"- it OHDKItS: TOASTED '8.\NDWICIIES In Valdosta Ga., for '1 ,..,' 4. 'f, .
i SHORT .. ''''' / .. ''A' '
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I Bldg.Gainesville I. ... . ,1": .; '! > I".> """ .
Park Theatre .. ,1 .
: A & A LUNCHEONETTE 51 I-H CLUB GIRLS '. "i : ''JJI,.1)) \S'tlr ..."', .," )'..f.'i". Wl.i. .K'IL.r."'..,...:.'."

1 Jn FOB CAMP NEXT M "" ,,. "
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Bradford C "
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will leave Monday Jun I'' '.i. I
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five-day camp' at CD ;' ,. ..Ii''( ,. ,

t.N near Madison. The I|j ,1C; --. S.1 y' ;' f, /.. 1 ,i '
{( ., leave 1:00 frO .... '. AJ) *' i I I ., ,
I at : p. m. ., 'AW ;: : ; "
Letter Shop of the Bradford High ) \ .: %S''c: ;\v!: >-A--. ' ; ; .- .:, .. 'f I." ;e'1ht! L I 1 I' '.:..1,;'; j ',' 7 \" .. '., i i.l. i.
( :'y i' r.ex Building. j .'. i 4., ,. w. _',!iJo\U\\\ : \'\ }.'//1,', :
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y The camp will be un \; t : ;

rectlon of Mbn Madg; ., '. I;
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Bradford County Horn 'I ', i.,: ...: I 1 : t
Ktratlon Agent. Oth<< I;. .5 I ''I "ti. t-
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Bradford County Basis '
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the camp are Miss ''Re I << ,4. "" ,. ',f,:.'"<" .. .,a', v '. .

MAILING LISTS Miss Oleta Green, and Si\ .'I ,".. .. :" a4';..."I' / ..v I Ia \
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,t j Two specialists Miss}. .W. '' #:,>, ;,th" M"' ; \
loway. District Home : I, w
a tlon 'Agent,' and Mis U .v' "'' : :J. VI ". ..
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of the ''State Health I* ') : ,
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)+; f Multigraphing Mimeographing will assist with c1..I:'. -\'tV n.r .y' )A14, L u'ly
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"Ij\ I reatlon at Cherry LakeBaker .J si I"i". ": >. .., ,; .' .f.i.. ,,

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and Baker Sport:! S <' t4'. ;. .: ,.., .. (,,,'. I < : :
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Starke Lions Club, was ..' ;
1 'J. PHONE 249GalnenvUki ""'" H.,, ;:': { .. .\': ..r t'.y ,be

;t as a Zone Chairman. In'r' :'"., I,. "}, \,;,,:r': ," ..' ,. -:;, .' ;:. :'1' ... .lfi.;'< .
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n. organisation this week.II | ; "! ;'. ,,! 'f, "..( ..' 't: :-; ; '
nouncement was made ,I "(. .. nu" ;'tl"I'1 '' + i : t {',
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1.. I Calnea, secretary of tl : \ .. '
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/ Lions who Mild the ,; ': I 'j ": .
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begin July 29 and U for '; ." ..., ,t.,, y., ." ..... }I,'" \\1, ', ;" ,'
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Mr. Baker Is one of . yI. ,. Ir"1l'f"hr) ..' i"",, ''

1 chairmen In District 8)) ., ':;i'4;: ;z i ;'Si "t.' '" ; i' ?
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STORE contain 19 Lion Clubs '
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: supervise Clubs In Stark ", f- '
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High and Mac \, "
Springs > ,
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SPECIALS'- Friday & Saturday June 25 26j duties of the Zone Cha f t ,' -"Si,:f'. f 1 I71 I-, .. 't.\'

:ir t volve the calling of th" '. ... .,.'",."'" i '. t"i ,, ,. ,:......''...' (t tI
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preslden'ts-'and ecretar ; "< ', Jf. ., .'. ," ;' ,
IvStl zone are supposed to I t i J :.i \ 't ': I f i )i. '., ,;. :lr ( <',"I\\ Ci f'i.;;i, ; 'rhl\

will also participate .. ." '. "" ,. ". 'f' ...,1''''' .;:<.:,':'.\' ,,'. t'.!;' at.' \ ,. wlfj'..., s..," ',
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trlct cabinet meeting. :'" ..': '.' 11A -.
S.PCCMI.SU. The Lions district .. ntr N't''; ,,, '":" ea' o."n '?" lt.,"? r'f F "'"V.'" '. ":: "4k, .. I': i :., r'.." ,
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4 I I,.. SOAP ,/ 'sloJI will'tell you ,fet I '. .. ." f'; \.' .<""' ',.i\,t'. .. ." .I."" ;,\.'. ::1': ,

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Official Countu Publication Established In 1877 '

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Independence Day AD Civic Groups I: tAsked -r-!

To Be ObservedBy To Aid L r

THIS IS OUR HOME Stores Monday Clean-Up Drive I

and our ambitions are centered here. ,
I Our hopes W. H. Graham
chairman of
Vaturally we should have the local pride 'that causes Merchants Division of the Cham- Mayor II. C. Wall said yesterday J..

Jo hope that our community grow and thrive. ber of Commerce announced yes that all civic organizations '

And yet some_of us spend our money elsewhere terday that Monday, July 8th. Is will be called upon to Join forces '

by taking just that much power for good away from the day officially let on"" the C of with the city in the Clean-up '" ,
schedule for observance of

eh'es.LetS help the community and ourselves. Independence Day since the 4th Drive slated to begin early next .

FVTROMZE YOUR HOME TOWN :MERCHANTS l'f July falls on Sunday. Mr. week."We to I ,:
S S Graham stated that practically all originally scheduled. the t ''J
places of business will observe drive to begin July S, but since I ,
I local merchants are displaying the above
Fifty leading the closing agreement. that Is a. holiday actual work will ', '
their show windows this week as a feature of.most Some 200 members of the National ,
d in not be&1nlntlJ 6 I.
July Mayor
concerted TRADE AT HOME campaign ever The courthouse will be closed Association of County Officials National Ass'n. Of County Officials state splendid advertising."We Wall explained. r I
except the office of Clerk of the shown were fortunate to have .
in Starke. In addition to a forceful full page are above as they r
Stressed during the ,
Circuit Court, which will be them meet with us here In Stark. clean-up .
open were of
sage in the Telegraph each week during the eight- for one hour guests Starke Thul'lldaymorning in our fine USO period will be weed cutting thecleaning ,
between The
only, 12! building. .
of last
each cooperating merchant will also week on a brief Welcomed Here On Florida Tour : '
campaign, dis- noon 1 p.m. for the transaction stopover during their Starke Chamber o* Commerce the of trash with special t \
placard each week during the drive. Shop- postconvention emphasis on tin cans and other
a different of routine business that cannotbe tour of Florida. Rotary Club and all citizens cooperated "
asked to stop and read these placards for they mosquito breeding places, and the I't i
postponed. wonderfully in receiving
i are Present were Jos. F. Hammondof their cars and busses and enjoyed DInklns Jeanette Priest and '
am a message of vital importance to every citizen of The City Hall offices will be Jacksonville, newly elected the facilities of the USO Frances Crosby. and entertaining these visitors other removal rubbish.of dead trees, stump and i
.Property owners
ke present and future. closed, a. will the post office president of the national organ lounge for about 45: minutes during County Commissioner Crawford We particularly appreciate the also asked to !

The TRADE AT HOME campaign has gotten off to a and the Florida Bank at Starke ization; George W. Morgan of / which time they were served who, on the part of the County assistance of Mrs. Stump and the are if paint their t'' oj 4

L start with endorsements by the Mayor, President ofchamber No celebration has been plan- Salt Lake City. Utah. It. retiring cold drink., .peanut butter crack- Board sponsored the reception In other lad leu who served refreshments premises possible t

of Commerce and prominent business men. ned for Starke and Chief of president: E. M. Fowler, presidentof era, and cigars. Picture postcards Starke, attended all meetings of in the USO building." cIty employes for a nominal. t'f t, :' )

merchants are asking is a, fair test of eight weeks Police W. E. Thornton predicts the Florida Association, of of Starke were given away the Association In Jacksonville. At the conclusion of the reception fee, .will be available to any' private .
It is believed
property owner ,
County Commissioners and Frank and most of the delegates wrote Th. presence of the Association Mr. Winchell
what a concerted TRADE AT HOME program will a quiet day with most towns- : called on that the do t [I
city can major
business here. people taking: off for nearby Winchell. head of'the Tourist messages to home folks, the cards members in Bradford County can Lex Green for a': brief speech Mr. !' ;I I.
stimulate cleaning JoN reasonably (
lakes and beaches. Convention Bureau Jacksonville being mailed later by the wel- well be attributed to his efforts at up .;" '
asked to TRY STARKE STORES FIRST. Green asserted that Bradford than If the owner hired
Shoppers are committee. Souvenir booklets Panama private
Among local dignitaries in the coming City where he met with '
i believed that 99 times ,out of 100 the article desired group are Mayor H. C. Wall G of Starke were also given to the state association of commissioners County In one of the oldest strawberry outside labor. ,a t..

be found in a local store and at a price just as reasonor Lions Lose One-Sided S. Newcomb president of the the visitors. there In March.On producing areas In the coun- "Citizens need only advise the "" ) \

more reasonable than that asked in nearby cities. 'Night Game Chamber of Commerce, E. L. Mrs.'F. F. Stump wa chairmanof being Intervewed after the try and that soil here is particu- City Clerk as to what they want :, :

-- Crawford of the Board of larly adapted to a variety Of and the City will do it as coon )
County serving committee and was event he said: "The National '
To Jax CarpentersThe Commissioners. Clerk of the Court aaalsted crops. He also pointed to the outstanding as possible," Mayor Wall aaJd.'I
., by Mrs. M. Herlong, Association meeting in Florida I
d Company Has New.Commander Starke Lions to A. j.- --rnomas, and 0 a number of Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, Mm Rich- was one of the greatest thingsever services performed at "However. we must stress that f"I''
unused '
; baseball, bowed Rotarians and Rotary Ann,. who ard Kldd Mrs. H. H. Adams Mri. to come to our state. The Camp Bland Ing for the successful much of the cleaning-up must be) ; 1 :' I I
playing night to
: a assisted In welcoming and entertaining Barbara Breazeale, Mrs Marian delegates brought us new, Ideas prosecution of the war. done by the property owners them II .; I
Carpenters Local nine 17-4 in the ,
Makes Unit Over-enlisted North Florida District Non-Pro the guests. Faulk, Mrs. W. E. Middleton Mr*. and carried back home with them Mr. Green was roundly applauded selves. I

w Quota Baseball Tournament in Jacksonville The.delegation arrived In Starke J L. Anderson, Mrs.'R. A. Green, the real story of our great state when he praised the characterand The telephone number of the :t I' I
Monday night. I about 10:30 a. m. from Jacksonville Mrs. F. H. Long, Mrs. A. W. Anderson and Its development. Judging record of Starke's County City Clerk Is 20. :1 i. I I

!! the passage of the Draft Cagt Hugh B. Ingram. .Jr., where the convention was Mm. H. H. Young and from their reaction each of them Commissioner, Lawton Crawford, \ I It' ,

I Congress last week, 're- recently promoted to the grade; Ill at ease on a lighted field, held. Driving directly to Starke's Mimes Peggy' Wiggins; Frankie will go back home singing our who represented the Board at the PatroiWagon, I:

flocked to the Starke Arm- of Captain has assumed commandof i the Starkeltes and the one-aided made frequent game miscues was- spacious USO building, they' left Morgan, Sharon Hall Jo Ann praises and contlnu. to give our sessions In Jacksonville. I Is Newest Addition 'I' I
local National I
in the
.enlist the local National Guard unit 'trailed to seven innings, according I' J :
to Major T.K. To City's Facilities ; I II
according until com- In Starke, replacing Major T .K. to tournament rules. Jake Keene Fund Grows For Council Provides Space In New City Park ,
Jr., recently Tax
lng officer of the local unit. McClane Jr., who', was promoted pitched part of the first tiling, For Permanent Home For Boy Scout TroopAfter EqualizersMeet I The City I of Starke has taken f'' :

and reassigned a* Battalion Executive yielding to George Sparkman who one more momentous step on the !
recruited to full .
e th unit of 67 waa enlisted men. but Officer of 2nd Bn, 124th Steve tossed the remainder of the game Baseball LightsThe many years of roaming! Jt being common knowledge that Tuesday :A, road. ._cf progress. 4 '.' t. 'I'

ft In process will reduce Inf., This Battalion is I under the Balcik came through witha from place to place Boy Scout Boy Scout work Is a necessaryand brand-new,< Chevrolet patrol

_nel to 82 enlisted" Capt. command of Lt. Col. R. B.' Hark- Lions pair at of the one-baggers to lead the Troop 70''Is at last to have a Integral part In the training wagon to cart' unruly peace-' 'I' I I

1 B Ingram new command- ness .Jr., of Lake City.. platter. Field Lighting Fund for home. and up-bringing of the ;youth of Tuesday, July 6, is the date let disturbers to the City caboose; 1,

of the unit, stated The effective date of the change The Lions won handsdown over equipping Bradford Park with During its history the Troop our County." for the annual day In court" for was delivered ,yesterday ; I

by- in command was June 14, but for- local Coleman diamond with a 13-4: score on the modern lights to enable the night has held meeting" In a funeral The lease ,extends as long as taxpayers who wish to make complaints .. The new maria la a blue 1948 .
Sunday afternoon. .
local! ., Co mal change-over was' ;Completed of diamond ball parlor ( Wltt C.. Jones' whenIt the Troop Is In active exlstance, pane) body, truck'equipped coma I po-
un tr Ho ,2nd Sid Smith and Jake Keene shared playing baseball, or give, .sta
located where the Coca- est.1an.o.nr: .
: was
at drill: last'WednenlaIL tvjjrht."fc'apt. \ providing the Scout erect a,building .. plete.trith-avy.. wire ban and I I
IMU.hadbdthor. pitching hono,*,-'while Jim God- and football under the sa&e "of the Value of I
Cola plant Is now). In vacant any property real or
I ( Ingram has been"secondIn on the site: .I pot light. ,Painted 'en the si-las I' ,
total of niDeoffIce" and Godwin and Jerry,Woner receIved. lights, now has $763 In donations.The fices over the former Tip Top personal, as fixed by County Tax 'I' '
men' up to'midnight," command of Hq., Co., 2nd Bn.,, The Lions came through with The building planned by the in ,large letter are the words : t Ii I
124th In!.,'since it reactivation In total coat is estimated at Grocery In the Methodist Sunday Scouts 'Is a 20 x 60 foot concrete Assessor E.: W. Hayes on his "Police P.trolCity of Starke." ; .. '
i 26. but at that time the I 13: runs, 14 hits, and 5 errors
School building, in the American
received a new reduced I September 1946. He I II a graduateof while Cdleman tqadled\ with 4 S4OOO, but the City has under- Legion Hall in Improvised shacks block structure with one large Assessment Roll for the ;year Thus It 1 I. that a new "first" I' 1 I'

of nine officers and Bradford High School and Engineer runs, 3 hits and 8 errors written the project _with $1,600 .behind the Legion Hall, and more meeting room and four small patrol 1948.Mr. come to the little strawberry ,
OCS: and is at present a rooms Some labor, Hayes will meet with the I
I money of Starke located In
community I'
nen, Capt. Ingram The Green Cove Bullets will In order to get It underway. recently on the Scoutmaster'slawn I ,
student at the University of FlorIda and materials have been donated Board at 10 .
I I a. m. Tuesday for the Northeast portion of that auni'i'' #
meet 'theLion.. here while buzzed a- If i
afternoon mosquitoes
Sunday The Fund la the result of '
Lned.th and employed by Ell Witt Co., a for the new Scout home, but more the purpose of "perfecting, receivIng state we call Florida. ,
July 4. at 3:30 o'clock. 1 bout. I ny I ,
a reduction of 27 men of Gainesville. drive among: local businessmen of all three In needed. and equalizing such assess g

1 strength of the company Capt. Ingram served three yearsIn Manager Harry Lappe has so and the Lions Club Is active In This week the Stark. City I I Anyone having contributions to ments". The Board will conveneas 't ii.I t i, I
caused the in- far been unsuccessful Council voted to lease a 50 x 1
by heavy the Army during World Warn in bookinga backing the project. Lions Club a Board of equalizers. Rosier'Leading t ;, .t.
after DaS all'1!! of th. .. .... ... .. game for Monday, July 3. spokesmen said that the BO foot lot In the City Park to make can contact Scoutmaster .
.II. IU h "P..I I. lighting I All. .narn.. r.s_ ....1"....,... ..,.nn.. ..... ir..
I and lack offunde auth- t project" "must be completed by Boy Scout Troop 70, "Whereas, E.! T. Shull or phone 144. '-- --'-- n .Y"- Soft Ball League ; i -f I
Theatre and has been awarded the subject to assessment In Bradfon '
by Congress," Capt. Ingram Victory Medal Good Conduct Clarence Newsom September 15: when the football County are notified to appear a t Benefit Game Tonight : ,

"However. no personnel Medal Asiatic-Pacific Medal with Funeral Set season begins The new lights City RegistrationTo 145 Receive this meeting to make such complaints 1 '
The "Battle of the Sexes" will
discharged for
the sole be
will enable night to
one Battle Star, and the American or to offer such testimony !
> of reducing to the new Theatre Ribbon. For SaturdayClarence played in all field sports.An Begin July 16 Certificates From as they may desire. be resumed with renewed vigor

." urgent appeal Is made to City Clerk Carl Johns announced' Baptist V. B. S. (Friday) at Bradford *' L'#l'tonlafht I) 1 ,

of all units in the New Florist Shop Newsom, who was all County resident to help in Deeds Park when the Lions Club soft

National Guard has, been born in Starke on July 23: 1892. raising the remaining $2,500 I yesterday that city registration Graduation exercises were held Recorded-..-.. ball team wJJ! enter, the field :

effective midnight,' June To Be Operated died Wednesday morning after a 1 needed for thee lights. Donationsby books will open Friday, July 18,, Friday night at the Baptist Among the deeds recently recorded .. against the Bloomer Girls on an r J

| no new recruit. can be". By'Mrs. SchmittA 12-day illness in St. Petersburg > check can be made to the I and remain open through Saturday Church for Vacation Bible School in the court house were: "exchange battery" basis. Tie : II I

until further notice. hospital. He had been located, in "Field Lighting Fund" and mailed August 14 All persons who students who attended the two Lem Davis, Bradford County tc game Is) called for 815.: : jI j I

IT and 18 year olda building for the "Colonial St. Petersburg for 25: years and to Box 215: Starke. are not already registered with weeks classes in the Sunday Alfred J. Compeau, Brooker. E I In order to bolster the Bloomers f fr
| to get on the was employed 1 bsj Pinellas Coun School rooms. The class had an 12 and the Lions, the
waiting of lot 2 handicap
Florist", a new and up-to-date the city and wish to be qualifiedto B of RR, north 01 r i I
| it Is contemplated floral shop, Is under constructionon ty. Retail MerchantsWill enrollment of over 200 children River In Sect. 18, Twp. 73, range two teams will swap batteries I
vote In the
Election in
I enlisting before they Nona Street. Ben Hall Is the Services will be held at the City with about 14S: receiving gradua- 20 E, containing S acres.' (pitchers and catchers). Proceeds ,

?i 18 years and 6 months contractor for the wooden structure Elzey Chapel near Lake Butler Get HelpIn City' tember.Hall between should those apply dates.at the tion certificates 1 Walter Hygema A Mrs. France I will go toward raising 92900 for t

exempt from the. draft which will be built along Saturday at 2:30: p.m. Inter Filing ReturnsA At the exercises the children I Wilkinson, a widow, Htarke to, lighting a regular hard ball diamond. t oj

a a they are members of colonial lines and with a glass ment will be in the Chapel cem- ,' of each department gave a resume naephlne Monlu* of Rhinelander, # "

| front. The business Is to be man- representative of the State Commissioners of the two week's work. Wla, Lot 13 of Blk A in Mt., Probable lineup for the Lions t 4 4

following men have en- aged by Mrs. Charles Schmitt, etary.Mr.. Newsom was the son of Comptrollers office will\ be stationed Postpone Meeting Creditable mention this year was Pleasant sub-div. will be: Jimmy Godwin, catcher, 1. ) V

I in the local unit: who expects to begin operationthe Mr. and Mrs. Carter Newsom, I In the office of Tax Collector -i to the unusual fine handworkand Cleone & K. J. Dowling of Bradford Jerome Johns, pitcher Buddy I I

1 Hall, Lester J. Kite.Jr.. last of this month.) both deceased, of Starke. lie Is C. A. Knight on Tuly Monday. July :5. was declareda handicraft undertaken during County to Julia C. Halaten of Bishop manager and 1st base;. k.

Godwin Riley V. The 18 x 38 ft. building will survived by a daughter, Mrs. 12,1 holiday by the Board of County the course. Starke: Lot 8 of Cowlings Park Monk DInklns 2nd; Ralph Beagun, 1 I

Billy p. Miles, .1. Mau- be equipped with the largest G. W. James and three sons 13, 14 and again on July 28, and Commissioners at Its regular The teaching/ staff consisted!! Sub-DIv. In Sect. 28, Twp. 8 S, short stop; Merrill McMillan. 3rd; r jl l I

ard3. Jr. B. C. Holt- Kelvlnator floral. box produced. Virgie C., A. C., and Wayne, aU 20, to assist merchants In filling I meeting June 7, so the county of; MM. T. .B Harding principle range 22 B, lot being 131 ft. north Walter King, left field; Wallace '

Jr.. Wm. C. (Billy) which will preserve the complete of St. Petersburg; three brothers. out forms for the payment of retail courthouse will be closed on that Rev. L. D. Halnes school pastor, and south and 50 ft. East and Solano center field: Herbert ,

\ Richard Carter James 0.1 supply of flowers to be offeredat Perry, William, and Ray all of store license I, day.The Mrs. I.. O. Powell, story teller, west Green, right field; utility men- : fIo' I

Harold C. Yarprough.' all times. AU types of flower Starke; and three sisters, Mrs.B. This \Is the tint year that this I office of the Clerk of the Mrs. Alma lIough, secretary, John V. Johnson, Starke to Johnny Redgrave Henry Manassa.Mao --

il11'0\ with the unit to work will be- done even to the C. Scarborough of El Paso service has been offered to the Circuit Court will be open from annulled by Miss Blanche Cleve- Bernard J. Jacobson of Peeksklll.N. I McOrlff. .. I

Fort Jackson: S. C. designing of floral pieces. 'Texas, Mrs. Ruth Bedenbaugh of public and all retail merchantsare 12 noon until 1 p m. for the land. Dept. Supt. Y., NW 1-4 of NE 1of SB Bloomer Girls': Flo Blade

17 to Hampton and Mrs. Alto Gregoryof urged to take advantage oil transaction of routine business Nursery: Mrs. Doris Router, 1of Sect. 23. Twp. 6 S, range Scootle Duke, Margaret Miller. I
Schmitt expects purchase
Mrs. In quanity and Bellevlew, this convenience. that cannot be postponed. Supt.; Beginners, Mrs. Wilma Mc- 22 K and containing 10 acres, Gladys Mooty. Hazel Phllllpa.
flowers .
1nn Boats them in the modernrefrigeration Clans, Supt. assisted by Mrs. the E 4 acres thereof; also that Louise Tenty, Lucille Green, Dot. ,

preserve unit. This will elimInate Shrine Club Enjoys Spectacular Blaze Destroys Home Clara Colso'Mrs Elizabeth ,Sey piece of land lying and being L n Johns, Harriet- Klcnarde- -RUbY .
Here said. mour, and Mrs. ra-Was4in. Primary 8VV 1-4 of NE 1-4 of SB 14Sect. I(, I Johns. Elma Lee Hickey Ruth
Ready Sale delays In orders, Swim And Supoer : Mrs. Ruth S. Morse Supt. .. 23, Twp. e 8. range 22 E!:, I Broadway Lilly Bridges, and ; '
assisted by Miss Sylvia Morse, and containing 1 acre. others.

12 and 14 feet Jong, are Girl Scout Camp At Gold Head ParkThe Mrs. Anne Hutchlngs, Mrs. Ada I P. B. Oulledge, Duval Countto I''. Bonier leading I a
Lawson, Mrs. Charles Hardy, Mrs.,
Edgar E. Dawes. Atlanta. Ga,.
produced up to three wishes to Stare Shrine Club staged In the regular city soft ball ,, ,
the plant nt t-,. Rapt Any Girl Scout who _: a delightful swim and supper Lacy Conway and Mrs. Ida Mae t Sect. 28, Twp. 8. S, Range 22 Ion I league RdMer Gas Co. Is leading j ), 'I
-- -- ----- for Camp Juliet
make reservations Shaw. Junior: Mrs. Sellta Thomas Little Santa Fe Lake, OOO ft.
Company I do so party at Gold Head Branch State having defeated Coca Cola last fl ; a
Lowe at Couldland. Ga. may Supt. assisted by Mrs. F. B. x210 ft. more or less. ,
operator June downIng f\\
Eddie Hart- Edwatd Burns Park on Thursday evening Saturday night 17and -
I by seeing Mrs. Beard Mrs L. .D. Halm, Mrs.Ralph
Nick G. Stravlanos and E. D.
this week. The 24th. The affair started at 4:00: National Guard Tuesday
two-week sessions .
There will be four Alvarez and Mia\ Alma ,
'** North Temple o'clock that afternoon with a Ramos, Duval Co. to Charley E,. night 9T.National. % 5
next to
!ue this summer, the Intermediate: Mrs. Louise
K. &* been producing boatssT.01 swim party for all the kiddies. 5, Thomas. Johns, Starke: Begin at NX Co Guard will meet the P if'
start on July 22. Ten lV, Supt. assisted by Rev.L. .
marine of lot 5 of Blk 18 of the orgtna
plywood Noble Oeo.Kopetousos .
for five o'clock
6 00
Then at : D. Halnes, Bible. Mrs L. A.Canov. Lions Club this Saturday night I
Town of Starke
as 01
served one of his, I per map of the current seriea. I
In the last
Moves ., music and character
Hanmann Rest Home thereof recorded la deed
[ i is which was plat
also making famous picnic suppers j4 > I.
lure,.uch as chairs and later followed\ by water melon I _* -. _s story Mrs. Maxwell and Mrs.Tenly book "N". pg. 739: thereof in the
ble. drop;' Klnney's' Rest Home wa recently handicraft. Mayor Repeats
while under contract'Company ,- Public Records of said Co. A
Clbbe Furniture moved from Klngsley Lake cutting. State A run So. along the W. Previous Warning '
e. lie In to the house owned by J. T. Quigley Among: those attending were: PATIENTS ADMTTTKD edge of Walnut St. 20 ft. to P.O. ;

rant and hopes later to add on the old Keystone Heights Dr. A Mrs. M. B. Herlong. Mr. TO 8HADYCRE8T B. thence W &: parallel with and To Dog Owners
to 11'-' drug store fuml- graded road opposite the W. A. R. A. Green. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. -,;# *
to Madison St.. BO Ft. thence So.
Product and Mrs.. Ralph r Patients admitted to the Sha H. C. Wall stated rt ti
of Colley toopett)'. Mrs. E. B. Kln- Alvarez Mr. Mayor yesterday
the *parallel to Walnut St. 35 Ft.,
boat made by Mr. practical nurse, operates Alvarez Jr., Mr. and Mrs. T. R ': dycrest Hospital this week are: that several dogs have 4
Ue n.y. a thence E A parallel to Madison '
sold to ClorUnn LaFallette of Orange
retail stores home.Buy .* Harding Mr. and Mrs. E. W. been seen "staggering around" r i'
St. BO Ft. thence N W
lit thJartJ! of the stti Hayes. Mr. Wm. E. Hayes. Mr. Park, John R. Ration of Starke, along town 11a manner suggesting I
edge of Walnut St. 35 Ft. to
are "Id Robert and J. R. Underbill ofStark. '
locally. The Mr.
Is Ceo. Kopelousos that they might have rableavWe
and Mrs.
Home P. O. B. 35 Ft. N. 4 So. *
r. roxtll&tely JIO.V. Farm and Mrs. Herbert Deal Mr. and .. Jacob Gutahall of Obne- can't, afford to take any )

IIOIw--un4l\n'a wood-worklnc and Broadus Meyer Mrs. Freeman Register Jr., Mr. maugh. Pa., Mrs. Doris Simmons 80 Ft. E. A W. cauuw:..."- the Mayor stated ."and '4 4I
">Ploys .even worker Guy Reese Mrs. C H. Nasworthy. Mr. 01> Starke. .J. W. Smith of Starke, :Among the deeds recently recorded : have again give the police ),
of Philadelphia. Pa.. have purchased and and n*,'. a tragedy at amy tJs .. eveei worse ka theee dare .f 'William L. Wan of Starke, Jimmy at Ute Court House are: to "get '1
rT and 10 acres of and Mrs. N. N. Prevatt Mr. department instructions 'i., ,,
8l..uo a house Mai.-p.-. 1'Ietaftd..etaealal. btaee that .eeW of Stark Mrs. J. 8. Eunice Bradford County
JACKSON Paul Raymond. Mr. and Mr* b141sg Reddish Nancy tough In dealing with stray clop ,j
r. land X 1-2 mile. east of Starkeon :,Mrs. ........ to L. R. Green. 128
Ind } Miss Alice St. te, .a. aa- O. 8. sad tasnttr Wednesday of test week.The Eunice of Lawtey. Highland
.frs. Blake 16 from BL.. ..Jeflera.TIM .V. S. St. John. "Once more I am appealing
lilt Jackson Road In, Woodtawn.
fire started from am akao seuree after the family had reused BIRTHS: acres
Pf'oud parents through the John, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thorns to dog owners to keep their dogs.
I 8IaJc, born of a 80ft. t sale was made of Starke. Mr. and Mr* Freeman RegisterSr. fer tile aright ... the ko. wae too far gee .. he save* by Mr. and Mrs. Noah Green W. V. Gunter of Starke to J.,W. at horn unices they want to run '

.at tile 1'J1da yAUchua '.JIIIM :B.: lA. Strout Agency Nettles .. A. .1. Thomas Jr.. and Mr. ... utIN. ...,psrrs& wea ..c&IIIId. Toeing Jr. of Ralford. a daughter J Pooeer Stark: Lots 1 A 4 of Bill the risk of having ',them shot" frj
County Ho. ,'This U the former R. June born June 2$. :2 In J. D. Jon. '
Betty addition to Starke
I' and Mrs B. T. 'Thoin*& Staff fcy Jofcm CdeH) the Mayor _let.n l' 'i -
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Miss Marjorie Sue Crews. w.r. He saw service on both the f the merchant' ad. The lower ture" are
4 Bradford County Telegraph Stationed In TokyoPfo Mr. and Mra. J. E. Hardy were, Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.. portion of the cue la devoted toalvertlslng daUy. Patrons playing at aqt

: visiting In Jacksonville last Fri He still has four years to serve programsfor' the Florida ached to of tilt
on this enlistment and In all and Ritz acquaInt them .
'., Lb6pabed Every >Friday and Entered a. Second day.Mr.. and Mrs. C. C. Dees 01 f, probability, will make the navy r Each display cue baa./been the display case nearep.
.." f 0aa Matter at the. Poet Office at Starke. Fill Alachua were visiting Mr. and his career. He Is the son of Mrs. erected in a prominent location. I they live 110 that fa
J.I'i : Mrs. O. W. Barry Sunday. Blanche Cunningham. which will facilitate: patrons kept fUlly
1948 Mead Lewis of Starke spent I knowing: which outstanding pic- grams. informed!'..
". 'i the weekend with Marshall Mott Theatre Displays
{ EtatMcrtptloQ" 92 .Annually. OLIO For SI* Month __ The regular WMS meeting was BBBB"* "" SSlBJlaifc
: held at the Community Center Show ProgramsThe

_ Wednesday of last week. After R. B. Alvarez
Florida and RItz Theatre, &
I THAT POOR I.OST DOLLAR the meeting a miscellaneous shower So$
in advertising setup (
was held in honor of Rev a cooperative

Tou will laugh at Enright'a clever cartoon In this and Mrs. C. A. Crosby. They received with a' number of Starke merchants -

weeVs full-pare appeal' for the home-town spending of many useful gifts. have erected 11 display Transfer & Storage
home-town dollars but the poor old dollar in the cartoondoesn't ; cases, seven of which are locatedIn CO
and around Starke. and one
think he is anything to cause amusement. He

.*. likely has some bitter thoughts about the bad treatment __ .+ 3 3'Y Pine Leve]] each In Keystone Heights, Law. .AGENT FOR DELCHER BRas,
often accorded him. fy'fy Y tey, Waldo, and Brooker.
and Phone
f Moving
These display cases are attractively 9105
."s "Imagine it! he !says to himsell. "There I worked
..10'".,. all day and most of the night bringing folks a dollar's worth By Mrs. If.'M. !McRae designed, 16 x 42 Inches StpragPi; We Operate Local
in 'overall size, contain a dial- and
1 W font
and I back
; of this and that. Again again went into the : itf tance. Also
type thermometer and are constructed :
1" E pockets of the same folks I had served before got so I Mrs. John F. Shultz and daughters of spot-welded stainless Starke Hauling Anymb, ,
p\ !knew the town well and had a proud feeling because I was Mildred and Delorea? ofPittsburgh. City Limits.
steel.! Each merchant's add rotates
business alive here. Pa. are visiting the
keep r
''YM' from week to week to each of _
H. M. McRae families this week
;: ...1: "Then that man! I had been In his pocket four time It la the first ,visit to Florida the 11, displays, the top portion
; 1 had him four dollars worth of what he wanted.
brought for Mildred and Delores. They of the case being designed for
: I I thought he was glad to have me keep working for him like our Sunshine State just fine,
a t and our town. But he wasn't. He carried me to another : + but the weather .la rather warm

\ 1\ town and turned me loose. He thought I was getting him : for them all right now. They
f.. another dollars worth, and I was, but he fixed it so I can ; have visited Kingsley Lake ana A Great Sale For The Greatest.American. HoUd

y 1 II never do it again neither for him nor anyone else in our Lake Geneva. Then on Saturday
% town. I can't find my way back home!" they enjoyed a weiner roast at

\ How many dollars do you suppose are lost to Starke Hampton Lake accompanied by
t a fS each week in this manner? It is impossible of course, to Mr, and Mrs. Robert Myrick Mr.
:k ;1' : estimate! the actual number, but the total would be staggering and Mrs. Owen McRae, and Jo

y,11 and would be enough to make the difference between Robert L.; Beam, 20-year-old nan of Mr. and Mm. C. Jo:. Beam Ann Myrick.
d of Starke, In now; stationed In Tokyo lie Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Fouts and
::1:1: "good business" and "bad business" for our local Japan. Joints>> the Air Corp
merchants. May '29, 1947, and lias been overwaa for the pant 9 monthx. Before Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Fouta, Jr.
r entering the iwrvloe .IN attended Bradford and children of Lakeland and
till Starke's eight-week TRADE AT HOME test campaign High School. Pfc
Beam> writes that he enjoys hla work with unit.. Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas and
+! 'lt I!tla."t rotten !off to a fine. start, with wholehearted endorse- children\ of Brooker spent the

.C'.f ''IJIents by the Mayor, me President ui the Chamber ui e .1!I weekend with Mrs. Thomas' par-
",i.J.. ; :\\1 Commerce, and prominent merchants. If Starkeites will misted .of a frozen salad with Iced I ants, Mr. and Mrs. H. H Lewis
.. t i 4':i', read these weekly and to do tea.
messages stop a little serious
"k! PindertownBy B. M. McRae and A. J. Fender
? t.. thinking on the subject, the campaign will
work :
wonders It Is with regret that friends were on a business' trip to Jacksonville
: fur this community. Even during the first week its stimulating Mr*. C. H. Ill-owning; learn of the serious Illness of Mn. Monday

!. i" effect has been felt and before the eight-week period '. A. A.: Jordan who formerly lived I Mr. and Mrs., Robert Myrick
:iTl r fa up a really phenominal stimulus' home-buying is expected Mrs. Bessent and family of here. She Is a patient In a Do- and daughter, Kathie Mrs. JohnF.
I to develop. Jacksonville were weekend than Alabama hospital. Shultz and daughters, Mildred
.l,, Every time you feel the urge to go on an out-of-town of Mrs. Beaaent'a brother and 'IeleterinIaw With Jacksonville relatives Mr. and Delorea and Mrs. H. M. Mc-

a .il hopping spree, think about the poor lost dollar in our Mr. and Mra. Monroe and Mrs. M. C. Roberts spent Rae were visiting Mr. and Mra. ,
i > cartoon this week then spend it at home instead !Ir Addlson. ,Monday at Jacksonville Beach.. A. F. HaU In Jacksonville Monday. '

Mr. and ,Mrs. Edgar OIl l on Mr.. and Mra. A. F. Akers and I There will be all-day services BUY ENUFF TO LAST
r and their sonLane, of Atlanta Gear at Pine Level Baptist Church
WHAT'IS' TilE OUTLOOK? daughter Mary Jane, of -
Starke were guests Sunday of gia I were Sunday guests of Mr. Sunday, July 4. with dinner on 'TILL TUESDAY -" '
t What is the outlook for business Mrs. and Mra. J. A. Bouvier. the grounds. Everybody Welcome,
activity Olisson'a
( r prices, wages, parents Mr. and
,, ; ;J etc., for the next year or so? hire V. A. Browning. Mr. and I In celebration of the recent Inv
!} y' II.fr.. .. 1,._.h.rt__.. Rvl. ..r m..In.dwere birthday anniversaries of M-Sgt. AVAd fi"1n1ewAI1Ren
: The economists seem to be in u u. .u.u"
1 '""- .' reasonable agreement. weekend 'guests of Mrs.J Martin':.E. Griner and of. Martin .- H _._ _

t. ; veneral.inert is no No luie one eeuuie is talking utcuue about in 'depressions Industrial production, except as in a Bytes'McKinney.parents, Mr and Mrs. Carl'Griner Grlner, were III, Mr.hostsat and Mrs.dinner M. E at Lake Geneva Ask At Store For Big Color FOOD v STORES

'r'(, IJ remain very long: range possibility. Employment, consequently, will Mrs. Mildred Ollsaon. Mrs. Jaun- their home at noon Sunday. Theirguesta By Blanche Cunningham Price List-Scores of. Bargains

:r. high. Ita Browning; and Mra. C. B. were. Sgt. and Mrs. Griner ,. ,

I i. recent More wage increases are on the way-General Motors'I Browning made a business tripto and Mra.their H., L.sons Fowler of Jacksonville' Mlasea and I Mr. W. Major spent the paat """ ,";""""". iiiwiw'JI'w miuiiuiiiiwwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiflnwwiiimtiii'''''' '''' : ...u""UIII"'uulw".UI".IUUUIl'U'WUIUlllllllllllUn'" { .. ,''' '''' ''',,iiullll1.'IIIIUllIIIIIIII"' wtwiiwii" "iu turn
agreement with the auto workers ; I
lake Butler
probably indicates Saturday. week In Miami.
t f: the pattern. and Nettle Mae Fowler and Seeber Any &
'ib i Johnny Harris of Sampson City Fowler of Lake Butler. Hugh Lucas Left Saturday for Type Moving Hauling
It is expected that there will bo some rise in commodity spent the weekend with .his Miss June Caldwell Pennsylvania where he will visit
';;1 g prices, perhaps averaging three or four percent by the end brother-in-law and slater, Mr. and Ann 'Wilt at Santa Fe visited Lake Miss I relatives and friends. I

.t" ; of the year. Some prices will naturally go up more than Mrs. S. M. Stoten of Lake Butler Monday until Thursday. from Mrs. Sue Myrick was a Jack- Let Your Moving Worries Be Our 7>0uW ..|

1:Ji; others The new Ford cars, as an example,,cost about nine Carl Norman and Slater Mrs. Mra. J. M. Bradley and sonville visitor Saturday. ,
't per cent more than the previous models. Only moderate L. Crawford, of Jacksonville visited Bradley visited In Carolyn Mrs. T. M. FInley la a patientIn FOR PROMPT, COURTEOUS SERVICE C
; increases In food prices are forecast. their aunt, Mr* Minnie from relatives Jacksonville St. Vincent's Hospital Jack
Phillips, Wednesday of last week. Wednesday until sonville. .
;'r The Influence of the preparedness program; which will Sunday. Mra. Nell B. Meahaw of
1,1 coat about 113,000,000.000 during the next fiscal is Mr. and Mra.: Percy Oateen and Great Lakes, 111. returned from Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Cox Billy Jackson Mov & Haw
year, and 1g
{ l}; : being watched closely. This, coming on-top of the daughter. Lois, and Miss Oenevleve Jacksonville with Mra. Bradley family spent several dayslast .

'! ; Aid Program, will place another heavy burden European on basic were Norman of Mra.of Lake Butler r for a visit. Following extended Mrs.week Wm.at Salt. Webb Springs. I
guest Arie and three
service I
with the Wave. Phone 165
'iJ industries. That drain be Brown-I L" FLA. Phone 49-ff,
may severe in the case of materials Ing Sunday evening. shaw Is In the children and mother Mrs. Boyerof
Naval Reserve
., now In short supply. From the I _
'., consumer's point of view, it Roy Johnson and family Of.rrellbronn on Inactive duty status. Sanford. were calling on n ii n iiinmninim w n iwn"nu i ,"i i i yr'tmiiHHittitmmiiiitiiiiiHiiHtitinriwiiiitHijiMininmiiHti, nimiffTi mtntiiit'timiuincnimntitit; _
; will be marked by a smaller production of automobiles and ', 'their many friends here _
spent a Mr. recently.The
.\ 1; similar day and Mra. R. W. Brannenwere i I
goods than would be /' Webbs
the case otherwise. Wednesday of last week with in Jacksonville Sunday as are former. residentsof !
There is a possibility that the tax cut given income tax Mr,, and Mrs. Monroe Addison.. visitors of relatives. lake Geneva.
I.. : payers this year may not be continued in the next. It depends Mr. .and Mrs Charles Emeryand J. A. Bouvier, Jr., of Miami was Mrs. Fary Novothny left recently -
\ 1// on the relationship between Federal income and outgo. Mrs. Emery's father, J. W. the guest of Mr, and Mra.! J. A. for her former home In Ohio.

t, Neither party, in an election year, seems willing to do much Hall all of Jacksonville were BouvIer Monday. weeks She expects Visiting'frlends to be away several

)I ,I.. more,'--- than.- talk-_I about government. economy. V.recent A. Browning.guests of Mr. and, Mra. . . tives. : and rela Around the Corner
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: -. Mrs. Mildred Ollsson and daughter Terrill W. Cunningham. Gunner's -
HONE 1983 Juanlta were shopping >ll ri( BrookerBy Mate aboard the Aircraft
."t"f; Jacksonville one day last week. Carrier Franklin D. Roosevelt Is .
; Helen Barry' on 'an ''extended cruise In Medi-
t ;" Dr. U. G. Turner Tk Mr Pendertown and Mrs.and C.Everett B. Browningof South- . . terranean waters. Terrill has been from Anywhere\

; :t (. DENTIST erland of Jacksonville .were recent Mr, and Mrs Pasco Green and In the Navy over six years four
were served
\ guests of Mrs. Mildred Olisson. children of Zellwood were visit during the
''I.J I Vi .' .r << iTerI ,u'/! W. University Ave Mrs. Juanita Browning of Pendertown ing Mr, and Mrs Wilson Rim!

',t. 1 I I I r. *r.JXfe, r .y". Calnevvllle. Florida and J. W. Beck of Daytona last weekend. Bobble Green remained AUTOMOBILE
!f I Beach were of Mr. for a visit with Blllle
: guests
_. I Ann and Edna Mae Russ. LIABILITY INSURANCE !I ..qtI
I Beck'a relatives In
k& -- --- -- Lake City re
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-- h cently. Mr and Mrs. M. I. Ogden of Although not compulsory It lit. .

:i.i n.l..tl._ ._..._.. We Pompano ,were weekend guest much safer to carry Liability I I r
are all glad to
hear that .r !
of Mrs. Ogden'a parents.! Mr. and I represent only old
:.t Mrs. Daisy Addison has recovered u __ line,
From where I sit ... 6y Joe Marsh from a long illness. Mr.Mr.n.and'.'. Mrs.xucuavia.J. T. Sowell and Your reliable business stuck will be companies.appreci !!L J-1TBARt

We are having a ,very nice ball ated.
fl.! children and Shirley Parker were t4
MJI game every Sunday afternoon.The .
,t Bradford Crackers beat the visiting In South Carolina last 129 W. Call Street r

Union Crackers 8 to S. Hurrayfor week.Miss Opposite. Bradford Co. Telegraph
!! \ Bradford. Helen Barry and Miss Phone 1M
Pampered Farmers
Frances Barry spent a few days N. D.
l1Yau .. last week In Jacksonville with WainwriRht. Jr. f
yam .1aG'" I a

, If the Talks )In our town were ploughing or harvesting dependingon State Farm I, c3isSERY1E

j' lets tolerant they'd be really the season, until sundown. In
starved. up over that nationally clrahtte4 the evening he 8n lljr. relaxes with By Mn. Bryan \\hltflel Jalousies
article on"pampered farm- the missus ever a moderate glass I & Venetian Blinds s1AfON
'r t,. ...." describing then sa living off of beer.
1 ...*fat of the land. BIRTHDAY PtRTY Aluminum & Asbestos Awnings
And the farmer today's not only
Q. fs..t-where I sit the farmer .U <.mp.ra(. In his habits, like Bert' The traditional cake holding< 81 MADE TO ORDER
raar/thlng but "pampered." If he's evening glass of beer...but toltr.mnt lighted tapers, emphasized ul++.atarD -
.t.. .batter off today than twenty yearsbecause in his opinions. So he'll probably chosen color scheme of pink and
P ,*V. It's he'* worked hard say of that article,"somebodygot green at Ripper Murray's birth-] O
day party Monday afternoon at I
,; .at _prove the quality and quan.iT the facts wrong," and jus the home of his parents. Dr. and cj
w ,ttr) his production let It go at that Mrs. J.V, Murray Jr. Colored

iT' 'r Take Bert Childer.. far ....pl.. candles and drinks also lent a I j If
But la jp at four la the morning. festive note. In appropriate contests t tF4
M got tile milking lei.hed-.ad 8oefJt prize awards were made to

:... Patsy and Brian Kucera, Nancy
and Barbara Bates and Janice
Copyright, 19U, Unit.! Sum Brtwtrl Ftundoiuf. Blum. Additional young guestswere
Y Frances Caldwell, Margaret !
Walker, and Johnnie Ralph Usry.
' STARKE BUILDERS After the opening of the gifts
1\rnt. Murray served Ice e' tt l'
cream J '
A Complete Line of Builders Supplies with slices of the birthday cake.. J
v', rtrnue 45 Across From 8.A.L. Depot Delivery Service L ; /
Mrs. H 1\(. Richard entertained ,
Sttet'win Williams Paints Falrbaaka-Mona the State Farm Bridge Club Stripping and Insulation
Paint Your I
HouseAad Home Water Systems
at' her home
Pay by' The Mouth ,- Terms) U Desired Friday afternoon. FURNITURE I
Beautiful clnnlaa in pastel shades UPHOLSTERING .
and specimen scabloaa were attractively

$ 7flfOs-sbntt Asphalt Shlnglee (Oreea A Blue) Building Maidc where the tables were placed. On E
,; ,eas.a-Aardwaro. Cloth> Common and Flalah. Kalto_ Aabe*. this. occasion Mrs. J. C. Wallace ESTIMATES ON ALL ABOVE ITEMS ,
toe Siding Cement Mortar Mix won high prize a double deck of
cards, Mn. J. O. Godwin won second ,
high, stationery and Mra. J. McCORD
... W. Murray won'club bingo prize, FURNITURE
r 'I'.AJIR.. = Alt Grades I MOLDING AH Kinds
'. -. a handkerchief ).[n. J, O- Cald a'.OTTta
well.)) Mr. C. J. Johns and Mra. I and UPHOLSTRY
J. A. Bouvler joined the players SHOp

A .f f: w/78RONZE.SCREEN, | WINDOWS &: DOORS at the tea hour and Mrs. Oald- I' P. O. Bos 245 Usetl AU'"O."y ,'
well received: a handkerchief In Starke, Fix- STARKE O. TMCOCA-COL& CO..AN" ar
: .guest bingo. Refreshment con COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMFAfttt'
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-'. the, dollar you spent away from home I It t+ J''


1 r/7 The Store That Got It- Is Not Concerned .,t .

1 About The Prosperity YOUR HOME TOWN : .

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.. ( Show That You Care t it !!

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I By spending your money in local stores, you help make business better; and make k
3 it easier for your friends, the local merchants, to provide quality merchandise at .r r 1
the lowest possible prices.m :( t

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( "'' When you shop out of town, you hurt 1 a a'
/ business at home. When you take THIS I KNOW 4 i !

(c i money out of local circulation your : :
i My dollar I in circulation I I soon bet I.
+ .% ( I injure your hometown people. comes a hundred times a !hundred i 1. "
b i
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I exchange it for Its value in I.. ; I!'
p .4 $ merchandise or service. j

V Know Your Dollar The person to whom 'I )" ,
7le 3 f trades it again for thipngayhe 1 ,.
wants. It now has done two dollars I h 1, I
l' worth of buying. Over andover I Ij'' II I

/ dI .again it plays a dollar's part. t;1 I
I '
r I1 Kept circulating my home :
1 r' I In YourHOME + town. It dally adds to my town's i ,I,
?; (I p &) prosperity! ''I'I ,

.- Carried' off to be spent in another .1 l I'R j
-' loan III. .lost ,to my town forever. .
I f ; -.Wur l. of a 1'he, CUItm ::1 '; I MI

7>4 _vVLoyal II ,I' I

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To STARKEI il f i ;i I ;y

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his message urging the people of this community to shop in local stores is sponsored by- I i .
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DENMARK Starke TAXI Service G. J.McGRIFF Harley F. Strong ;. .

Furniture Co. Phone 150, Day or Nite General Electric Products JEWELER ,,f.
C. H. DRIGGERS :- ij.V y
." ? HOME &
Furniture Co.BARKSDALE'S.
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Supply I .',..;,' ,..I." ,. i AUTO SUPPLY' \,',' .. TYUS *t '. i
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.STUMP'S. ..,,/, t".,;.. .. I,..,.'.. Store E. T. SHULLPlumbing ;4.r'"... Chas. C. SHE'PHER'D, 1. I
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i. RadIOM&SeatCover.
Department Store & Heating / >r II I
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14 ': : :' NEW METHOD ,,*** 'I
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ROBBINS f." .! ,' .. .' Cleaners ". \
'1 1.. t Motor Company 'j I:{ r ,
The Store of Values f,1, &,'I,1-';" \.1, ... '0
\.J :'}- : : CARPENTER'S : I f
': '.', '. TheSMART :i The ;i
ALVAREZ STORE r:; :t;: ', ',, Drug Store'r\ ; SHOPPE : f.:. STAR STORE r 1
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; .. H. A. Manassa, Owner ,s.v WESTERN AUTO .;a COOK'S STORE' r .ti' '
FLORIDA BANK :1 '141 U'' ; Associate Store : (, i*
Starke ... J. F. Jaudon, OwnerSTARLING'S l ,
At A &PFood :: ++::1;, : f
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t". Store S ;, ( ELECTRIC SERVICE& I '
Member F.D. IC. ,.' "
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-fjf:" :' D. Williams'P' \ Grocery & Market ,
k Painting; & Decorating "
Hardware Co. .;; \; ELECTRIC '
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; r ;, Ed Simpson, Jeweler t I
;', '.,\ rt' '. FARMER'S SUPPLY J ., ?', + "
MAGNOLIA FISH'' MARKET, '", :fi; ; Clothing for Infants and Children r Mrs. l'JlkeJaruC'a: ,, ,. HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & J r ,

Lacy Silcox, Owner : ',). .. .,.' .. To 12 Years ;i.. ,,f, ,:, GIFT SHOP I
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I We Buy and. Sell FurnitureS. ;, r: I .' +y
R. JOHNS [: '/. p 1 rf::1". J. P. ROB ERTSMOTORS +
q I" Dodge Plymouth *!' '

Grocery .,:;. :: ',< : FIRESTONE ,:& y'

W. R. Cook & Son : J; Service '
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Phone 79' Temple Avenue I '', ..",.," ,
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FOVKSOCIETY Jr., :Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Boyd Ladies

,:t 1 Wed Saturday Evening Party Given SundayAt Dawkins-Nollman Miss Florence Hutcheson Mrs. Auxiliary

t Home Wedding Party Adelia Forbes Fuller, all of Jack- Has AU.Day
Nollman sonville, Miss Virginia SeweH. Mrs. Meet

/ t.I; and CLUBS Mr. and Mrs W. H. Nollman Honored At SupperMr. ,L. F. Smith, Jr., Miss Evelyn The Ladles Auxihs!

: /.I n-tdfoDce entertained at a delightful party and Mra. DeWItt Clinton Stump, Mrs. E. K. Perryman Mr. Presbyterian Church hell Of j
: Office Gladys Mooty evening at the Nollman I and Mrs W. H. Nollman;parents day meeting In the a.
Fhone 83 Sunday Dawkins of Jacksonville were Sunday
Phone V };.Utor Madison Street honoring of the bride-elect, all of Starke room of the church &
home on hosts to members of the Dawkins-
John W. Hurst of Greens- A 1
assisted at the reception Miaslonary
those who at buffet
: Nollman wedding party a study
;, of burg, Pa.WSCS. conducted mi es
the marriage with
following four
last Friday evening at
;M! Miss Nollman and Mr. Dawkins Wed their daughter on Saturday even Whispering Pines Lodge. the book class preventing Jlarta me

Saturday In Lovely Methodist Ceremony Ing.The 'Mixed summer flowers In a low Meets TuesdayThe Itep" entitled by the'On Our 0'
table was overlaid author
The club JMIUHC bowl centered the table and bridal W.S.C.S.; of the Methodist Mead. Mrs. C F'nt
interestwas Club In SUrke. with Imported Italian lace S,
of wide an James
marriage 1 cards were used.
A place It
of unusual Church will have Circle meetingsnext stone
Ainslie presented a scene centered with a bowl of summarized the
that of Miss Catharine daughter ol beauty with tall palms, caladiums l'l'1lr. cloth gladioli and fern At each end of Immediately following the sup Tuesday, July 6 at 3:30: Hawaii. Mrs. C M. chlPtt'I\I1JIt\

Nollman. youngest William Herbert and mountain rhododendron xwed the table were low crystal candel per party, the wedding rehearsal o'clock Instead of on Monday, State Farm Alaska,
Mrs. lire
Mr. and of Starke. Florida, and in decorating.: A background for abra with burning white tapers., was held In the Methodist Church. which Is a holiday. Kaufman, Panama Canal by J

Nollman Asheville and Highlands North the receiving line, in the Jounge Around the crystal punch bowl Enjoying the hospitality of Mr. Circle One will meet at the Virgin Islands, and 11111.

ki Carolina, to :Mr. Crosby Hurst of the
Dawkins son of Mr. and Mrs. De-] fireplace banked with palms and cakes, mints and mixed nuts.: Nollman and Crosby Dawklna N. Walnut street with Mrs M.F. A covered dish! luncheon|
Sr., of, magnolia boughs. Bowls of glad- y yt whose marriage was an v served at noon.
0 Witt Clinton Hawkins, LTu Invited to be with Mr. and Mrs. "rziwn as co-hostess.
solemnized iolouses, plumosa fern and crystal r 'event of Saturday night, Mrs. W.
i B.
Jacksonville, which was Nollman were Mr. and Mrs W. -
candle holders with white burning B. Boyd of St.. Petersburg, mister Circle Two will meet at the Miss Katy
at :
wk last Saturday evening!: Sewell, Miss Virginia Sewell, Mr. Sura-fcy}( of
\, Methodist tapers traced the broad man 'of the bride-elect;' Paul R. Daw- summer home of Mrs. E. L. field is visiting 8
First I her
t o'clock In the w and Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. aide
,M'' Church of Starke. I tel. 'Tall floor baskets each of gladhouses end- F. Stump, Miss Evelyn Stump, kins, brother of the bridegroom- Matthews Kingsley Lake. Fannie Surasky thisALVAREZ' week,
Dr. P. M. Boyd, pastor of the I of the mantel.were placed The receiving line Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs. Miriam elect; Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Dawkins, -- ."-- -

}1 First Methodist Church of Jack was composed of the members of jrff. Y Klckllter, Miss Dorothy Claire social hour in which word con Men's
officiated at the double Klckllter, Mlsa-Sammy Kennedy, Clothin
sonville, and III I STORE
,'I ring ceremony In the presence of Mrs.the wedding Nollman,party parents and Mr.of the YY 9Y 1 Mrs. Bertha Pearce, Mrs. J, M. tests, kiddles' riddles, and other 3I81 II Establishqs1,0 189..

a host of friends and relatives of bride, and Mr. and Mrs. Dawkins, :Mitchell, Miss Lucille Mitchell. novelty games were injoyed. _. -. --. -
Mrs. J. H. Fields, Miss Hazel
the couple. parents of the groom. Mrs. A. Z. -
4 church was decorated with Fields, Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Hill, t61W7 ...
The Adklna and Mrs.: L. 'A, Davis of - - I
f' I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Powell, Col.
baskets of white gladioluses
tall Starke presented- the guests to '
1 and mountain rhododendron a- and Mrs. D. E. Knight, and ,Mrs. ,
the receiving line. Others assisting .e
background of palms and I Charles Ward.Annual .
gainst a in entertaining and servingthe I
4 rhododendron boughs and native guests were Mrs. W. B. Sew I ;

f greenery. Numerous white tapers ell, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mrs Bertha Meeting 'i: :
"y ,
candelabra cast a ,
a In graduated Pearce, Mrs. Miriam KIck. v
.* soft glow. The chancel railing liter Mrs Charles Ward, Miss i, Of Baptist TEL ;

was covered In asparagus plumosa Sammie Kennedy, Miss Idell and !\Ir... Crosby Uawkln.11'_ marriage wan an outstandIng Held Tuesday
:::! fern with lighted tapers and gladlolouses Landrum, Miss Hazel Fields, Miss
event of lout Saturday earning, are photographed! at the reception -
tied with white 'The TEL Class of the Baptist
t\\ Lillian Stump, Mlns Dorothy Clare
also which followed the ceremony Mrs. Dawk Inn In the former Miss I ;
: ., i bows. Lighted tapers were Klckliter, and Mrs. I. N. Breaz- Sunday School met at the homeof ,
which were Catharine tollman, daughter of !Mr.. and lfrll.V.. H. Nollmaa of
placed at the pews Mrs. p M. Barefoot Tuesday
'' marked with white ribbons. eale.The Htark (Photo by Hoover Ilron.) at 11 o'clock for its
i')" t bride's book was kept by t morning
!!! :r I I A program of nuptial music was Miss Lucile Mitchell. annual luncheon, business meeting

rendered by Mrs. E. K. Perryman, and social.
[ The bride's table, placed In the McKinney-Morgan Adult Bible Class i
'1' Starke church organist. Miss The luncheon was served buffet
main auditorium' of the clubhouse
: : soloist of Morning Wedding At Keystone Picnic
1 Florence Hutchenon,
I from the beautifully
1 was covered with an Imported style
if, Jacksonville, ,,sang "I Love You x'e
; table. Mrs.
'l' i Truly" by Carrie Jacobs Bond and"Because" white linen' cloth and centered Performed June 16A Fifteen members of the Adult arranged dinning room
with a five-tiered wedding Bible Class of the Presbyterian Barefoot was assisted In servingby
;:ifrt'} by Guy D'Hardelot followed wedding of beauty and aim Juanita '
1 of cake decorated with white rosebuds Church enjoyed swimming' and a her daughter, Mrs. A
I i ; by a trio arrangement plicIty was the marriage of Milts
?) and leaves and a Phillips .
I E', Lohen- green basket picnic at the Ronald home I
"Bridal Chorus" from
y the Marie McKinney, daughter of Mr. FOR A
miniature bride and Antique After luncheon the businesssession
groom. at Keystone Heights Monday aft I ,.
)t,,s, gren as the wedding procession silver candelabra with burnIng and Mrs. Melvin McKInney, .and ,ernoon. was presided over by :

t: approached the altar. The trio tapers graced each end of the Leaton Morgan, Jr., son of Mr. Mrs. R. A. Thomas, president.
Miss Hutcheson, Mrs. Those In the out
',1" consisted of participating
J table. Individual cakes with rosebuds and Mrs. L. U. Morgan which Mrs. I3. W. Moore, secretary- 1. {j.holiday j.
Adelia Forbes Fuller of Jacksonville ing were Dr and Mrs. J. Warren
salted nuts and and wall an event'of Wednesday morn- treasurer made her report, and
"' green
; : and Miss Evelyn Stump of i Kaufman, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrew
white mints in silver dishes were Ing, June 16th at the Pine Level ,after all bills and other expenseswere
1' Starke. Miss Lucile Mitchell, Miss
the table. White satin Baptist Church parsonage.The of it voted
j placed on : taken care was
Mr. DeWitt Clinton Dawkina, Evelyn Stump, :Mr. and Mrs. John
bows with centers of vallej lilies Impressive double-ring ceremony to add $10 to the Church Build-
J !; Jr., of Jacksonville served as best I Mixon, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Tur-
't with tulle streamers were placed was performed by Rev Ing Fund. The offering was $8.
man for his brother, and the ush :ney, Mrs. C. S. James, Mrs. W. JANE PARKERHamburger
at the four corners of the table. W. E. Halt At the close of the business

i, "1 r Mr.ers were John Mr.Peyton Preston, and Mr.Cockrell WI}-, The punch bowls were presidedover The bride chose as her :wedding ;A. Bonham, Miss Fay Yarbrough session, Mrs. H. L. Hough, in

.: ,/liam, Rose all of Jacksonville, by Mr.. D. E. Knight, and dress a white, two-piece day T. 11. McNelll and Mrs Carrie the absence of Mrs. J. E. Futch, B
{" Mrs. Fred Stump of Starke, Mrs. Ward. Social Chairman, directed the l e zy d
';1:' The bride wad given in marriage time dress, complimented with OR
DeWItt Clinton Dawkins, Jr., of
;..Jj,;' by her father and had as her white rind gold accessories. She I
Jacksonville, and Mrs. Glen Elton
,, matron of honor her sister, Mrs. wore a red carnation corsage Hot Dog Rolli
Lanler of Savannah. Cutting the
it to William Baggett Boyd of St. with a background of gold leaves I
cake was presided over ,by Miss .
,,,!k' Petersburg. The bridesmaids were Her only ornament was a double 17c Doz.7'
of Starke. .
Evelyn Stump
'r Mrs. Leonard Smith, Jr., and Miss string of pearls, _a gift of the JULY CLEARANCE\ SALE
,, Virginia Sewell of Starke. Later in the evening the bride bridegroom.Mrs. ,

}, The gowns of the wedding at. and groom" left on their wedding Elmer!: E. Lewis attendedthe '

irt tendants, beautiful in their simplicity trip. The bride travelled In a bride as matron of honor AT THE SMART SHOPPEBe
were fashioned alike of lavender crepe .milt with white accessories and was attired in a blue crepe \\

;t. nylonnette over slipper aatln with and wore a white or afternoon frock with white acces: I Ii ." r e
"; t satin bodice and ffiuaton yoke chid. > Friday, July? 2, and Continuing 21:; 79c :
?. sories. Her corsage was! a mixtureof i J;. or :--.... .
j. ''J! The gowns featured off-the-ahoul- Among the out ot town guests lilies. Mr. Lewis Served .. _For 10 Days I .. -
': der. necklines, tiny satin buttons attending the wedding were: Mr. rI
best man. I I
:1: down the front of the bodiceand and Mrs. O. E. Lanier of Savannah

i',''t full skirts. The bridesmaids wore Oa., Mr. John Hurst of 'wedding reception wa sheld 'BARGAINS GALORE BUy'NOW! Merchandise At A
Fresh Fruits
''t. : pale green and the matron of Pittsburgh Pa., Mr. and Mrs. J. Sunday the ,groom's June 20th parents at .the Mr,homeof and GREAT SAVING! Sale Starts Friday MorningOne MEAiIx&UIGRITS& Vegetables
: 7 honor, chose yellow. All' wore O. Dekle and daughters, Dorothyand
mitts of corresponding shades and Betty of Ocala,
''4&.[' halo hats Those. of the bridesmaids C.? T. Dawkins .f Tampa, and Dr. scheme of green and yellow 'waa lot of ChllNOW Two lots of Ladles Better _5 Ibs. 49c ,
\.. were of nylonnette and and Mrs. P. M. Boyd, Mr. and carried out In the spring flowers! Golden RipeBANANAS

streamers decorated with small Mrs. Finley Tucker Mr. and Mrs. and palms which decorated the dren's Dresses 95c Dresses Doris Dodson

aster to match their bouquet Robert Barnett, Miss, Virginia living room. And ,, Suits Joan Miller Quality Hill & Jim Dandy 2 Ibs. .

and that of the matron of honor Smith. Mrs. Lldla Greenleaf, Mr. The bride' table was overlaid ,Others' Values to GRITS 5 Ibs. 41c -

k was of nylonette and cream point and :Mrs. Nell Hutchenon andlaughter with a beautiful hand crocheted 19.95NOWChildren's -

I t, lace with small asters. All of Florence, Mrs. Adelia lace cloth, centered with an embossed i 4.95 & 7.95 A-Penn California (First of Season)
!i I the attendants carried bouquets Forbes Fuller and others of Jack- three-tiered wedding cake, Better 1.95

of rainbow eaters. lonville. flanked by low candle holders Dresses Vf MOTOR OIL 1 qt. 23c SEEDLESS GRAPES, lb. 3

4 .'.(,,;1 The brunette beauty of the bride with burning yellow tapers. Ladies Two-Piece Play Karo, Red LabelSYRUPS

1 was further enhanced by ,the exquisitely 76th AnniversaryOf Mrs Shirley Pollet cut the Suits in Waffle Pique j'

(, \ simple model of her Ivory wedding cake and was' assisted Children's NOW by Joan Miller Values Ib. can 61c
G. M. Bennett Seer- California
i,\ > satin gown. The gown had a.i" In serving by Mrs. L. A. Hall,

sweetheart neckline, long tight Feted By FamilyThe Mrs. Morgan Stevens 'and Miss sucker Shorts, 89c to 4:95: 12 ot. Pkg Iceberg LETTUCE 2 for -

', sleeves which came to a point over Sally Ambrose. by ARGO STARCH lie ,

a' her hands, and a fitted bodice. summer home of Mrs. Ruby Presiding at the punch bowl was Juvenile. Now 8.95

t,:I The full skirt was made with Johns on Santa Fe Lake was the Mrs. L. U. Morgan, Sr. I pt. Glass MazolaSALAD

ij 1 slljht hoop effect over her hips, scene of a family reunion and Among the out-of-town guests NOW Hilly Belle .
a small bustle, and ended with a OIL 47c
birthday party Sunday afternoon I attending the reception :were Mr. Children's Sun Ladies
I, 't train. Her finger tip veil of Im honoring Mr. O. M. Bennett who and Mrs. Randolph Boree and Suits by 89c Values 1 lb. 12 02. Pkg. PEACHES, 2 Ibs. .
I : ported illusion was edged with
s celebrated his 76th birthday an- daughter, Iris Lynn Henderson
k. lace of rose point and fell from niversary.The Boree of Jacksonville, Mr. and And 1.19 Now 1.69 Cream of Wheat 30cWILSON'S
"i. a tiara of orange blossoms The
and Mrs
cottage was attractively Mrs. Frank King Mr.
illusion yoke was covered California Long, White> (Washed
\k( by an Edwinaof "MOR"PORK )
decorated .with arrangements of Lem Howard and niece,
f."l'j applique of seed pearls belongingto mixed summer flower After Tampa, Mr. and Mrs Donald NOWChildren's Ladies Summer POTATOES 5 Ibs. 2
her mother. She other Dy-Dee -
r wore no
p,: the family was served and daughters Nancy Carol lb. 45c
swimming King Ni ht GOWNS -
'r ornament. She carried a white
r \ a delightful buffet supper at< Frankie Jane and son-in-law, E.J., Swim Trunks
book with white BEEF lb. 45c
(.f} prayer a single which the traditional birthday of Plant City, Arthur Moody, Jr. Values to 5.95 -

f".r.:t\":\ ..f' lilies orchid\ and and tube streamers roses. of valley : cake was presented to Mr. Ben. of Penney Farms, Mrs. L. A -' Now1.69 LAMB, lb. 49c Firm. Red Rip (Loose)

H1 a Mrs. Nollman, mother of the nett. Hall and children Mr.L. H and, Cindy Mrs Little Girl's Shoul: QQ VEAL, lb. 45c TOMATOES, lb. Hi)
Gale ef Cltra,
';;;i'o. bride wore a gown of pale green I Assisting Mrs. Johns In servingwere and all 5/OC
der Strap Rags,
and niece of Orange Ladies Shoes
Joe Stephens Better
AID ti full nylonnette skirt with a fitted her slaters, Mrs H. C, in
'ur bodice of lace of matching color Broadway, Mrs. R. E. Mundorff, Park, and Mr. "Ambrose of Tal Colors Plastic plus Tax :Widths from AAA to C. Plain or Self< Rising

1.1 f'4' and white accessories. Her cor- and Mrs. C. Sullivan. lahassee. Rev. ____ White and Patents SUPER RITE Ballard FLOUR 25 Ibs. 111
Starke ,
\ Guests from were
Z<, Rae was a purple orchid. Mrs.Dawkins .'I Helping Mr. Bennett celebrate Were 8.95
- and Mrs. W. E. Hall and (rand-" One Lot ChilJrerTs -, .
: mother of the groom,
the occasion were his nine child Now 4.95
I t. of ashes of I daughter Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Rayon 19c Plain or Self RIsing
wore a
gown K. Q. Bennett of Tampa, Meats
ren: and Quality t
"s crepe trimmed In sequins Her I A. L. Bennett of Eustls, Mrs. Stevens and, Miss children Sally Joey Ambrose,. Panties, Now lona FLOUR, 25 Ibs. 1'
and her Danny Guy .
was yellow roses
'I corsage Henderson of Mrs.
L. M. Jasper
Donald Conner, Mrs. Ladies
: accessories were white. Mr. and Mrs. Sandals
'.': Mra. Dawkins graduated as valedictorian Mrs.W, A.C.Underhill Sullivan of of St.Thcresaa Peterburg, and Melvin McKinney: Mr. and Mrs. lAdies & Children's White. Red Gold Fresh Hams, lb. 59 c Mwllum Slit Bar .
of her class at Brenau O. 1. Underhill, Mrs. Eva Blackburn 1 M
J, Camay SOAP
bath ,
Gainesville from Starke, Mrs. Ruby Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Black Bathing Suits 1.95 & 3.95 size -
Academy, Georgia, 1
l Mrs. R. E.
Mrs. Floyd Crosby, Mrs. Spare Ribs lb. 45c
and graduated Cum Laude from burn, O. J. Underhill -
"' Florida, State University where Mundroff and Mrs. H. C. Emmalyn Matthews and Wiley Greatly Reduced DREFT large size 3''
Nine Children and -
'tr f' she received an A. B. degree in Broadway. Walnwrlght. I Ballerina Shoes Skinless smoked
their famllej. Including thirty
i Journalism In 1647. She was a The bride and groom received
!/'_' 9 Phi Beta Kappa National Honor .grandchildren, 'were present. many lovely and useful gifts during Acrobat Shoes For 2.95Children's 49c Medium Size Bar

.ft Society, Phi Kappa Phi, and Zeta the afternoon. Children Dress and Meaty IVORY SOAP _. 1 1C
Tau Alpha, social sorority. During Mr. Muhlhofer After a short wedding trip, to Play Red & Pastel

,t i Ij' ,the past year she was a member Given Surprise points South the young couple Values to 5.95 Sandals I NECK BONES, lb. 17c TT 24

,1i."f! of the faculty of North ShoreElementary will reside at Sparr Fla. where Now 3.95 1.69 to 2.29 Rib or Brisket CRISCO Shortening, 6 lb s.
::,: School hi Jackson Party Friday Mr. Morgan s engaged In farm-

U. ,,11Ie.rt STEW lb. 45c tone
l\ The bridegroom Is a graduate M( Walter Muhlhofer enter Ing.Both Mr and Mrs. Morgan are -

-t' : I of Lee High School in Jackson- tained at a surprise party Friday graduates of Bradford High Ladies HANDBAGS Values 'to 10.95on Sunnflrl Sliced PEAS (Sweet) No. 2 canBACON 1

'K:, villa and Is now a Senior at the evening honoring her husband, at School. Sale at 1.95 & 2.95 Plus Tax
? University of Florida. He la a their home on Klngsley Lake. lb. 73c

/i member. ,of the Beta Theta Pl..octal Colorful arrangements of gladioli Par l Try Our Feeds First
Fresh Dressed
.. fraternity Alpha Phi roses and carnations were Speckled

Omega service fraternity and used throughout the home forming At'' .USO TonightA / ManyOther. ; Itfnta{ At .Crtf _Savings: That,!: -DQUT.. .... ::11..., .*3c "The Feed Best For'Less"Scratch Dairy Feeds
Cavalier Dance Society. During the decorations for the occasion. We Must Move MOW To Make Room For
dance will beheld Layiq' 16 "
and Mash & I pc
the war he served in the Marine]I party Fresh Mullet ((20
'Corp In both the Pacific Area and i In the USO Building tonight Fall MerchandiseSmart lb. 25c Horse Feeds Broiler Mash,
J The table on which the buffet
at 8 o'clock 3fash
I China.: laid centered (Friday) beginning Hog Feed Crowing ;
was was
: supper : sponsored by the Recreation Com- -
"After a three weeks honeymoon
a and Asheville. North with a large embossed birthday mlttee of the BHS Parent-teach You Can't Feed A
In Highlands
4, Carolina Mr. and Mr. Dawkins cake. era' Association A & P
'; ''win make their home at 21* North Enjoying the occasion' with Mr. Mrs. Ruby Johns will be In Family On Weekend FOOD STO

'Palmetto, Gainesville, where Mr. Uuhlhofer were Fred Richards, charge, assisted by parents of ShoppeSTARKE Specials.

'*:JDawMna will finish his education Tony Locasto of Brooklyn, N.Y.. Starke young< people who have Try Our .OWNED AND ATL-

i r at the University. Mrs. and Miss Dixon Mr., and volunteered to act as assistantsand New Super Store OPERATED BY THE GREAT
Mrs. Art Manassa Mr. and Mrs. There will be
Immediately following: the ceremony chaperones. TIC PACIFIC TEA CO.
Tom Mrs. J. I*. Burns and music FLORIDA Prices
Mrs. Nollman entertained Grady, refreshments Every Day
,iyt: Mr., and tames 300-302 E.
Jean welcome I Ii CALL ST. STARKE,
:; with a wedding reception and daughters Joan and and all young people are

,g.;' for aU guests at the Woman's! ot Atlanta. i to attend. .


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liT; Thursday Wilbur Scott of last drove week to to Deland call Wed In Church Ceremony W. L. Wall father of Mayor Miss Alma Evans has returnedto Mr. and Mrs. Fred PAOB F. rrrm Stump"

of LOCAL NEWS for Mra. Scott who had been Ill H., to C.St.Wall Luke's, was taken seriously her home In Sidney, Fla., after' will spend the Fourth of July I
Hospital In Jack. three
spending two weeks with her a weeks visit with her aunt
I I. 6 $ sonvllle late weekend with their daughter andfamily. ;
sister Wednesday after
I Mrs. Walter Glatzau. Mrs L. S. Hutto and her cousin,

d c }{. Quick and' Mr. and :Mrs R. A. Weeks had Mrs. R. A. Weeks spent Fri noon.Mr. Miss Sharon Hall. Mr and Mrs.. W. II. Thom, .

)11'1I.will spend the week'- as their weekend guests, Mr. and day and Saturday of last weekIn and Mrs. R. E. Jones Jr., son Jr., In Monticello.
f,. Mr.j Mrs. George Cunningham had as their guests Sunday. Mr. Mrs. Mattle Ganagan will leave
voting i Mr Jacksonville where she attended Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Andrew
Waycro88 and Mrs. Thomas Shad and son the birthday and Mrs A. L. Klnchen and son, Monday for a ten-day visit with I

iff Jnes- H. Smith I Tommy and Mrs. Retta T. Shad, ty of Mrs. Angus anniversary Anderson par and ; Johnny, of Wilmington, N. C. her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and son Ronald have moved out iii

of :Mrs. K. all of Jacksonville. Mrs. RettaT. Mrs. Robert McCloud.Mr. : Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus and and Mrs. Emmett Gahagan at to their summer home on Mld-

hear that she Is I Shad is staying over with HL sons Kenneth and Harold have
t to the and Mrs. C. N. Christy Bluffton. S. C. 1 IIt. lakes' until September. I Ij
Shadycrest Hoa- Weeks until Tuesday. of recently moved from the State .
to the Augusta and Mrs. S. R. -- -- -
,our weeks for cbserf I Billy Dampler la spending the Johns, Sr. who has been visiting r Farm street.to their new home on Center .. --- ---.--- ,I _. rt!

week with hs| grandparents Mr the Chrlstya, will spend the I r. '
and Mrs. P. 'A. Mrs T. H. McNelll Id upending I .
Dumpier at High weekend with. Mr. and Mrs. S.R. I {' I
week at New Smyrna Reach ANNOUNCING THE OPENING
Springs. Johns Jr. at Kingsley Lake. with relatives I to
Bambi LaMorte daughter o{ Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Shull and r f fi p .I
Mr, and Mrs.
Horance Q. JULY 1ST
Mr and MM. Willard J. La. son Bobby visited Mr. and Mrs.R. .
Davis Jr. whose ,
Morte of Tuckahoe N. Y. NI11 A. Austin in Tampa over the wedding was
an event of last week, have L
returned -
arrive' here by plane Monday to weekend.
Bobby In
on i
from their
ALL f KINDS spend the remainder of the Tampa for wedding trip
sum. a week's visit. ,j:
i to 3t. Simon.: Island Ga. HOWARD'SPRESCRIPTION
SJl' FISH DAILY mar with her grandparents, Mr. Mrs. W. E. Thornton la confinedat :
and Mrs.. R. ,A. Weeks. the Mrs. A. Y. Covlngton and son,
Glendale Hospital in Pa- j'it Irvan returned I I :
Wednesday of
llMP & OYSTERS Mr. and Mrs. J. H. : ,
Ritch and latka where she Is Inder obser i
week from a three weeks visit 'I *
SEASONe grandson Jimmy are vation. ,
IN spending a 1 1M with Mrs. A. I. Covlngton at SHOPDAY (

few days with Mr. and Mrs H. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen had ; Paducah, Ky. and Un. Coving- :' I :
A. Durden at Jacksonville ,
guarantee as their weekend guest Mr. and ton's mother Mrs. Irvan at liar.dib .

[dl to be fresh1AGNOLIA Mrs A. M. Pettit who has Mrs. G. B. Tompkins of Bush. i. Ky. I I, 'Vt ,

been visiting her son and family nell. Mr. and ) r". James A. Vaughan I' i i
Sen. and Mrs. Johns ,
Charley Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas : of Jacksonville and Miss Dot Mose 'i .
I the past two weeks, returned to .
spent Monday night: with Mr. ley of Tampa were weekend t, '!
I her home In Gainesville on TUes- Thomas, father, W. M. Thomasat guests of Mr. and Mrs, J. Gary r.0 r. '
SH day.I 4 Branford. Runts at Klng.ilcy Lake. &! NIGHT SERVICE

Ownership Mrs. E. F. Cain of Jackaonvlll Mr. and Mrs J. A. McIntyre Mr. and Mrs. Glen Duke and -'\ I'4
fr Is visiting'her mother, :Mrs Carl of Wildwood are staying at the k, VNv"w daughters, Gall and Terry Dee, PHONE 79 'f'

LACY SILCOX Jackson for two weeks home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. 1eMr. of Gainesville an.rl'\ and Mrs.

Thornton while Mr. McIntyre Is Fred Duke of Miami were Sun. .PRESCRIPTIONS AND DRUGS

relieving Mr. Harmon Sidley as day guests of Mr and Mrs H.C. :1,

chief and Mr II. G. Da\lx, Jr., are pictured above at the reception Brown at fake.i I
clerk at Kingsley
Branch of :1'f ra'.1 ;M- the S. A. L. depot.Mr. .
fry ,#: Sidley Is taking several weeks which followed their marriage here WeiliWMlay, June :83. lie- 218 TEMPLE AVENUE ''t,t. I

e rest at his home at Florahome fore her marriage; Mm. ttttxln. wan Mln Marjorie i Da*'I*, daughter of ,1's. I It I
INSURANCEC. Mr. and Mrs. It. J. Davis. of Starke. (Photo by Homer llro .) GIVESMalarial t ,
Byron Newcomb returned home
__ '
- recently from a three weeks visit -u 11111 i VASSIE MAI'tGARET'' 1 .' e

..rC. with relatives in Orlando. Jay I W. B. Mundy and daughter Rev, and Mrs. L. D. Haines LiT Chills Fever ., r
Cooper his cousin accompanied Jean have returned from a visit and children were visiting at HOWARD 1 i .

C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE Byron to Starke and la visitingher with relltlves in Laurens, S.C. .Altamont Springs the early part RELIEF i, i, 1

uncle and aunt, Mr,, and Mrs. They also spent some time in of the week. t.I t.
-- ---
PHONE 146 G.. S. Newcomb until July 9th. North Carolina. I Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Futch I --- : I I'I

William F. LaMorte of New Friends of E. S. Mathews will and family of Tallahassee were ''I

Constant Service Over 50 Years York City was the guest of Mr. be glad to know that he Is recuperating -I I Visiting Mr.; and Mrs. C A. Futch J I : f''

and Mrs. R. A. Weeks a few after undergoing a Mr. Q. M. Siatrunk i and t. I.

days ladt week. sinus operation In Orlando last Joe Sistrunk the latter part of .i iii ;

Edward Shull, son of Mr.: and week. He and Mrs. Matthews last week. Charles Futch, who

Mrs. E. T Shull, enlisted June will return soon to their home has been visiting here the pa"( {

LASSIFIED 15 In the Army for three years. here after spending the past two three weeks, returned to Tallahassee SETZER'SSUPER I ii iili .: I I i iI I II

He was Inducted In Tampa andIs months with their son-in-law and with his parents.

now at Fort Jackson, S. C. daughter Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Ronald Andrews arM Merrill ,I l\1 '

Jloimeworker. Call ,WANTED: Middle aged lady to car Sgt. and Mrs. J. M. Davis of I McLendon In Orlando. Cohens left Friday of last week ,
It p. m ut 20 ChristianItp for two email. thllilren.Appli ] I I I
421 ty. MHdlDon after .1* p. m. Mlddlegurg, former residents of Mrs. J. C. Robinson of Apopkawill for Hattlesburg, Miss to spenda ) .1
Room and board and mall "al. Starke, have returned from Para- arrive this weekend to be the few weeks with Mr. and Mrs.E. 1I I ''

_iTreat)HOUSE! IIh.umallsmrlhrt.A BUDDY METH-. ary. up gould", Ark. where they attended guest of Mrs. R. F. Demorest. J. Nix. Jr. r t:

Id irttronlr other ailment Method with You mod-don't FOR SALE! AT BARGAIN: 2 k..ro. funeral services for Jones Man- Roy Ward Dr. J. M. Hembree, Mrs. Edmund Tenly attended the STORES : ;
MHiia ranges, 1 t-oal
l.i. wear an aerial over your Hinds. Can Co., two door" eiro.all..oad ;; gum half brother of Sgt.. Davis, A. N. Holiday, Col. Rayburn F. E. Compton sales school at the

T hoe The picks positive HD current electrode and In track on Call St. tf who died there onune 12. Mr. Horne and Rev. Leslie Shepherd Windsor Hotel in Jacksonville last ;t
] "
It tleitrnd through In the other body shoe.toIn NOTICE: Harsh Lawnon'n. beauty' Mangum had visited Sgt. and Mrs. spent five days fishing at Nut. week. Mrs. Tenly is the Bradford 113 E. Call St. STARKE We Deliver tl I i
Davis In Starke on several occasions -! .
It two I electrodes made to shop will be cloned the thre.. all Rise last week. County representative for Compton's .
week following July 25. Cuxtomem and had friends here \
I for men or women $1.75Id many Pictured Encyclopedia.BRING .
are aaked to make : Mrs. S. G. Denmark and son.
double appoint
mat, to HrlreH rising may,material costar any menta early to avoid lust. minute who will regret to learn of his Steve, spending two weeks : '
are 1 'I
now. 10 days exclusive ru.h. It death. visiting Mrs., Denmark' parent, PRICES GOOD ALL WEEK Quantity Rights Reserved t. !
1 orders I have FOR- RENT .. Mrs. W. J. Chandler has returned
: Furnished flrat flooapartment. Morris
m nry for this territory. .' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest at
r .4tlller. Rt. 1, Box 5, Alno has front and to her home here after In
| back porch and sleeping porch.I Pompano and Mrs. Gloria Allenat

ltp I All F. H.modern Long, convenience.403 N. Walnut- Mra.HI' Georgia.Mr.extended. visit :with relatives In Everglades City. FANCY MEAT SPECIALS WESTERN f !: : I

Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Rlggs-.- of
POSITION WANTED by physicians and Mrs. Ralph Nettles of .
militant and Jacksonville were weekend guests
laboratory I
t chnl
| OF ILL KINDS clan. Box 1129. Htarka.' Fla.. Up Ft. Pierce are spending a ten-day _. .-'-- 'zt t t
of Mrs. W. T. Thompson. jMcGrath's
RENOVATEDM: ,vacation. here-, wUh.Mr.,_ and, Mrs, .. '
FOR RENT:''-room'hoiiH. 4 stiles' Dr R. P. Stubbins attendee OUT 22 Tender Standard No. 2 Can a '
NW of 8tnrk. 1'.18 hutment R. A. Nettles. ._ oz. Juicy I''I
for sale |125 on Hlte.-C. Letach Mra. Ann Murry formerly of the Dental Association' meetingat "
near. Puivli Service Sta. SH mi.! Ponta Vedra on Saturday. old PORK & BEANS.BEEF ROAST TOMATOES n
north tit Stark. on Jax highway Chicago. 111., recently purchased Don were your camera ;
and Mrs. Page
Ht. t. Box 61, Starke. itp the Vasco Grlffia place on HI&h.way'

i 1 KINNEY'S on 2nd: Quigley house REST Mouth property.of HOME Florida moved Power lip to making'20O her north home of here.Starke and Is and visiting Mrs.over Mr.W the Page's W.weekend.Mr. Page parents In. Jacksonville Mr. How toyed long using sine your Camera you .n?. 2 for 2Sc 49c lb. l 1& (!I .1Beaty 1 i

Friends will regret to learnof had You may b. mining a lot .
RN1TCRE: and Mrs. W. H. Yawn
FOR SALE: Copperskln sweet the death of C. H. Newsomof of fun. Pictures of 14 4 '
UPHOLSTERED and today'sfun ;
potato vines. $3 thousand brother of as their guests Wednesday I_ H
per St. Petersburg. a Floods of SudM Donald Duck If
JLND REFLNISHF"DDrop Mr. and Mrs. ,J. M. are your insurance I
delivered anywhere in county. R. A.. Bill, and Penny Newsomof Thursday. : I
I f. A cardING911ATrRESS Palm Beach. policy of pleasure for NECK BONES
Crawford of ; ,
Hodges Rt. 2, Box 63, Starke. SUPER SUDS GRAPEFRUIT Ii
: CO. Buster Smiley of Jacksonville years to come. Bring in ,
Starke Fla. Mrs. W. F. Godwin and son
iJSO Palatka, Fla I with his your old camera to
the summer us.
FOR SALK OR TRADE: 40-acre Henry have returned from a cousin la spending J. C. Mack on Thomas St. We'll put it in lip-top 33c ISc lb. JUICE 5c I;
John God.
farm near Brooker; finest land recent trip to Miami. and Mrs Henry Manassa ..,opel pkge i
FOR SALE j for farming, high and dry in wet win, however; remained In Miami Mr. i ;
weather. Hall attractive 6-room with rela- spent the later part of last 611 "
extended lr.ryiLIsY
for *
modern home, an 1
*W 1 electricity electric
BEDROOM residence"nilti Miami. Ia.,..-.. Rest Grade:
of Stark, ump tobacco barn and ware ives. i" .}
comI hou..e.111 Hell the house and Margaret Durshlmer who I'rime McGrath's No 2 Can I .
Miss VaJley
I.CP endrC ncreteel'Block S If prefer smaller Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Morriss and i III t1
': acre place or the Un!. of Fla. t '
h" would Consider trading for comparable Joan and Bob. returnedto who Is WHITE BACON
pMt price In children. f
VJOR3, half glass. X'fzC. limit -value N. D. 'Wainwright In Mtarke city Jr., ; their home In Montgomery and Miss Norma' Burdin weedend of Camera & Gift Shop SWEET PEAS TOMATO JUICE i .,

TUMB, Cement, Realtor Starke Fla. tr Saturday after spending Brooksville spent' the Starke Fla. ni
Glass Block. Ala., on ,

fit liulo",, Concrete... Piers' ,Pipe Mortar, Stepping Mix, WE clean PAY waste YOU TVjo cotton a pound r.... for Please old Knight.a week with Mr. and Mrs. C.A. with Mr.. and Mrs. Frank Durshlmer. 2 cans 1 19c 29c lb. 2 for 19c ; 1 :

rack' hauling. Fill dirt for keep all button": No panta. Brad. - - -
I -
ford County Telegraph. - __ _
I LOTS In city limit of

In on, 120.A1"1 per ground mo.Zany 1200 up. FOR, SALE 7V4 cu.-ft,Klectrlo new deluxe refrigerator. finish. Target Brand UlndlcHH SLICED WIlAOn.M'f I

| type of building eonvrn This box) guaranteed mechanically JUST ARR1V E D Never Before! -
perfect and otherwise per CORN i
1.': ruivanlsed Pipe fect. Can be seen night or day BACON BAKERITE t I
SAND $1.00 per yard In at Service Center Starke.. Fla.tf Such If

II d with lned 01 i 10 4..Wb..ol ton winch.Kr.iKKRitn drive.
tan co. houses., |In Jleno. Mamie 4tp DeliAuetin. 7-2 f j ;
Edwrde Pbae. Nd : 1
FOR RENT: Attractive modern
MADE( lo order: Photo- furnished and unfurnished apartmenta AH-Porcclaln ,%11-Poroclaln roeNa ,a t 80 Count SmokedSAUSAGE I
rrt'f'caui:'f' etc. : also separate 3-room-and- 149.50 Iii t.
i moulding! Outside' 33'
'from mectltin of to bath. house: shadr yards, close In. Oven l l BLEACH t tt_ i'
All work guaranteed Reaaonable. 201 W Madison. tf NAPKINS12J2C :
tf WANTED: We will l pay you 7'4o
a pound for old cotton rags. We lOc '
LL YOUR prefer them clean and buttonleaa 29c lb. qt. I
TIMBER No panta. Bradford County Telegraph pkg. 'f i I Jtf
NOW tf
t The Tuftles
Cash .
Prices ,Paid SALESMAN WANTED: Reliableman ----,
to succeed O. Pace as DealerIn Northern Or "
Baker 1600 famine' Cured
LL County. Sugar
RUY IN BULK Experience not necessary. Fine Meal\ Or 'WaldorfGRITS
OR IN I UNIT opportunity to step Into old.
business where Raleigh
profitable Smoked BACON
Product have been sold for 23 TISSUE .
DWIV: PECK year flood profit for a hustler. Mattress
Adjoining Dealer D..... making I
P. 0, Box 463 sales of over 1100 weekly. For a ,
49c b.
Gainesville Fla. "particular.pt. FAF-170-192, write: Kawlelgh Memphis. e# 5 Ibs. 45c 2 rolls 15c 1. 1

Tenn. 2tp7.3HOCSR I 49-95 k

I lle Come you nd, I FOR RENT- : 5-rooms. on r.It's r. rtIf
see N. Water Ht. Modern convenience I : t
Rent reasonable Apply Mra. J.: Golden nOMe Self losing\ Armour's Pure t;
hID D. Seymour, N. Water $L, Starke.lip. Beantyf

for. clean cotton r.... ______ I J HJ
p..mo. button. No pants. and Comfort Hour 25 Ibs. 1.69 'LARD lb. r M
Brad'orll 7'4o a pound for FOR HtLR ,27c
County Telegraph.mhlle AT : B. MILI.H14 ,
( 113 East Call Street "....ke.'Vim. Will Never AXMINISTERAllWool\ ;
'I-I!: ..It. .II 1-&X4! Walk In Refrigerator with / J
lIablllt,. and 3-4 horse compressor. New blower CxrrednlBy '
k' j
S me for YOUr insurance -Ht.ht size for email market 1 ... GARDEN FRESH PRODUEC -
0 '8ul' W.ln..ICht, Jr. UII 15I1(1.UO( ( I at Cu. Ft. 4-door reachIn Rugs .
Phon. 114. it box with blower fan $}75.00; j jI Any OtIKrMattreo --
Electric Neon restaurant .11&11! 1JJ
LE : '
CHEAP 11ft 1ton each 150.00; 1 42 In. exhaust fan .tt California California Long White t :
t,1C heavy duty tran.mt.but .. with motor, perfect shape 1711.00; j jI *
",,1 body. Al.. a S compartment sink. ISO.00; 1 1 / 9x12 3x10.6
.mount Slarke lee Co used: I lumber Ii ;wateraheateru$75.00t12. ennddurtlonEleetrlc j Carrots, 2 bunches 19c POTATOES,5Ibs. 29c t 1,

\ Cooker each 1100 00; 1
E': FSUUd hou. Ux20 2: fan. 123.00: 1 electric Jh., UNFINISHED -
r"f'h. P"-wa.. lumb.... home, power meat chopper. $15.110: USE.OUR Big! JuicyLemons Fresh GreenCucumbers;
ail 00
lumbn| fixture. II restaurant utool each 13 :
..Ur Dip.' .""k. 1 10 Of. Ft. Frlgldalre. 15000: r 1
el.c.i.kur..r 57.50
i hot water IaMte. aad 1 stalnles* steel gas *rrll 17500: VANITY BUDGET PLAN doz. 25c lb. 7'
.. -
ews''w';:' healer. llK 4 grill, US.00; 1 Bastlne Bl %c
'. .. lee cream machine. Make.
.1 .1MiftJPaWill to
hop reiaadom 2% gal. lc. cream every 10 min. Shop At Denmark'sAnd To
I> O"a'yh) ou(plumbing alone 80 gal. equipment a.orag. capacity to operate all .B .cessarr Save 0 79.50IT'S Fresh Picked New Crop Cooking & EatingCrowder ;I

tfliaE L. athew. real- duly 4alli'eElMtrto

E.h"Ith 81" Phone IfD ".1'''Wln Toi.tm.ter. $15.00. UpWANTEU Peas 3 Ibs. 25c APPLES lb. ]I2>if10c f

I tor return >arriving DailY ride there 10 Green by COY'springs 7:10: A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT ,

Si%pointer 40 w/iS. ;:- a.Seat m.Cover Contact Co., or eggy phone at 10.flt.r*It* Co. White >

:ggSt-irfflSiiT: tn. rOR ,,RAT.v: : facing; OrangeS Denmark Furniture sETZER's

I.t. .. ; Gkri0d u 10:1.: lafayette.ch'-Be. Stark Errol.. lipTOR STARKE. FLA.' ., OWN BREAD or lOc' i

m.. house at 212 '
oganyb lamp SALE: 7-room ifcold PHONE, 15t
<< St. A'
Ieft lounging Chair and N. Thompson ''
'Ihl" at once. DKelly.. fp:
y co day fill Thompson St. ,
.'Cahll lIund"y. P I
ytrs.'A. .1
I.U.i 4 to 4 w.e" ..
'young '
FOR old sasi.. Roth ROSS'. Re. D .. St'*
Fla '
Pox 17. .

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y helping Don with her, and went good time they had at the picnic. Lawtey Baptist Church, H. Thompson, and Mr. and a crop of Fordhook bean whilein iness visitor i
off that Mrs. Lee, who* is ''S. .. L. H. .Futch were business Florida. to Jack ,
lJ i back in the small room Just: Monday. VIIIt
Clay Hill the preparation room where he HamptonBy MARKEYNORTHThe people oMawtey read with at Riverside Hospital, to Gainesville .last Satur Kenneth Thompson of Buffalo, I Mies Barbara

washes his hands and keeps sup Mr. M. C. Sweeney Improving. We all hope day.Mr. N.'Y., was visiting friends in Law Ann I'J
:.: By Lura Burgers Mohr plies. I happened to look up at . Interest the announcement of the Lee will soon be able and Mrs. Bill Plummer Miami was the guest
J and home here. aa their guests this week tey this week. Mn. at 1ft,
hy Ponca, Nrbr.Wherria the top' of a mirror on the cabInet engagement approaching to her Bill I'IUll1nter
''i 't2( far above my head that CHURCH NEWS marriage of Miss Grace Markeyof Mr. and Mrs. Frank Starling'S. ". Plummer's mother, Mrs. M.B. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and I j' Mr- Ettie Iaat
; ', had escaped my notice many Daily Vacation Bible, School began High Springs and Rev. C.B. daughters of Ludiwicl, of Miami. baby of Jacksonville were visitIng acting finer *..
:, p'i my MM and family times before. A card with these on Monday for a. two weeks North of Ruskm. Rev, North was weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Shuford in Lawtey during the weekend.Mr. last busmen In JioJgraph.
."l for visit, I am M) happy and Mrs -J. M. Monday,
( come a printed words: "The preparationroom session In the Baptist Church pastor of the Lawtey Methodist Miner. returned to their home in Edwardsof
...( ti I walk on air and I help Don becomes sacred when a Miss Betty Horne Is Director,'and Church for two years and was I Dan Wainwright of \ ? Va. after a stay Atlanta are spending their' RULED -

''i'inth., a ad eight family entrusts us with one of la assisted by ,Mrs. 'J. T. Guy and I assigned to the Ruskin Church I spent Sunday with his several months with their f vacation in Lawtey with' Mr.: and 9x12, for IIC'hOoI P CHI 1

r'" Just being happy is a fin their most precious po88esslona.I an able corps of teachers All j at the last annual conference. I,Mr. and Mrs.T. L. J. G. Davidson, Mrs. Will Edwards. r m-Bradford child! "

,, thing to do: Looking on the bright side ra ducting yourself aa tho the family ranging from'four years through :
: ther than the blue; body Is twelve, are cordially\ Invited to attend .
were .present. Thee -
Sad] and sunny musing, i Is from 6:00: A. M. till 11:00A. : --
them-Treat It reverent.

'.': And brave largely Just thing being In to happy the do. Is choosing a so dear ly.these"many We to words always times that do before had, but escaped, somehow brought me morning.. M.. are Play. enjoyed- period and each refreshments mid-- I. A GREAT SALE for the GREATEST American Holiday!

thou other
Just being happy helps -
Yes, she waa
tears to
"( my eyes. The Ladies Council of the i 1
f. souls along-
dear to her eight children. God *
a o f Their burdens may be heavy Christian Church enjoyed their- ;
and they not strong: bless them. June meeting at the home of Mrs 'If

0 I" And your own sky will lighten, At 'Clay Hill they have been J. G. Adklns, with Mrs. Eugene :' L Buy Enuff To Last 'Till Tuesday

',,0;j If other skies you brighten having showers. Crops are good. Hall as hostess of the occasion k .
r happy with a Harrison Mosley is plowing hla "America's Christian Heritage" :
r j By Just being Stores Closed
44 Heart full of song. corn the last time. Lula Mae was the subject under discussion, I : --- MondayStock

.1: 4 Ripley D. Saunders wrote they were going to church. and displayed a patriotic theme. I
to stove the social hour, Mrs For The Long
,', How true the above the poem They were going saw During i Up Holiday Week-end
wood when the corn was laid by. Hall served open-faced sandwicheswith .
I ; is. I do think that real bapplI" I
: ness comes from making others She has a little puppy that nip Coca-Cola. Ask At Store For 4-Page Color Price
I happy. That is why I think It ped at her heels. Letter from her Adjutant Janes of the Salvation List

H \is the most wonderful gift from sister Margarette In Miami. She Army In Jacksonville, was gUest I F t
1C 1 heaven to be a mother. We hope Is busy working In the office speaker at the Youth for Christ Luscious JuicyPeaches
h j1* and taking lessons In sewing of meeting on Saturday night. He .
0' to make our children happy.
r evenings. She has an apartment was accompanied by Billyn Pickering .
I We are happy when with them. /
e + now with her girl friend. She of and Mrs
In son Brigadier
I drove
son and family
t My
,,tl t 1\ Saturday night. They drove all promises me a picture of herself Krncst: : Pickering.
at the beach-perhaps with John-
from eastern Indiana ,Dolores Rife arrived recently
the way
: +S ny. I am waiting. I did get a from to visit her aunt, ( _
In one day and evening. What a Tampa ,
glad surprise I had. I was here I nice letter from Joy Wilkinson. Mrs. B. L. HJn on. l 3 Lbs 39C 0
She Is beautiful in her
.f alone and the door bell rang.. ..evenlnR'gown Walter Recher has as his guest
1 I went down and there stood my standing/ near a palm witha this: week, Richard Carpenter, ol MMMBMHBM .
background of That
h., ,((1,; son and wife. The children were pines. New York. Target Corned Calif. Red Beauty
made homesick. I do
really me ,
ptr i. mo sweet and soon made up with Mrs. Irma Whttnett, of Dade
\I.th' me and we had such a wonderful love those pine woods. Why 1 I City, was a visitor here Monday of Plums Lb 35c
: time. God Is good to let me see cannot define the reason. Joy has last week. Beef

"11 them once more. Been over two been promoted to the tenth grade. J. C. Williamson, Henderson-
a years since I last saw them. Leon Carter Is in school this'summer vllle, N. C., Is the guest of his $ Bursting with Juice-Calif.LEMONS .
r, Today I washed up all the at the University of Florida.I ,aunt, Mrs. Leaston A. Wynn of 41 C
1'1' If c' sheets and 0 long table cloth. J am so glad. He taught at Clay I Hampton Lake. 12-oz Can Z '

\' if. Ilk to waxh. About three o'clock Hill the last part of the term. Mrs. Wm. Hodge and childrenof Pounds 29'

'} ::: call came for the mortuary. His mother Is lonely with both Columbia S. C.? are visiting
,j\I\,:: 'oj A lady a little older that I amt children gone. Bernice and Rich relatives here. Hormel Deviled Quantity Righto Reserved
committed suicide. Shot herself ard with baby to spend Father's Mrs W. W,' Hick, Misses 3Calif' Calif. Iceberg
,j Such a sad alght. Her son was Day with her parents. The Odas Gladys Hicks and Doris Parker, Ham 3-ox 17c Prices Good Thru Saturday July

t'. just here awhile ago. She has Padgetts have named their new left Monday for a five day campat CauliflowerHead Lettuce

? 'I six sons and two daughters She baby Betty. Hla, May's sister Cherry Lake. Mrs. Hicks Is a

,'r w%. died alone.' One can never tell From Georgia has been visiting member of, the local Home Dem '29C Lb 13Yzc
fitt what this life may bring She her parents. Lorene Padgett has onstration Club and Gladys and
"Th Pause That Refreshes" 6-Bot Ctn (Plus Dep)
'J.I" must have died in a sad and! passed to the sixth grade. Jack Doris are 4-H Club; members. ,

lonely state of mind. She had Wilkinson sold cattle at Gainesville Miss Mabel Smith of Miami, G Crisp Golden Calif. Long Whites
ti last Monday. Mr. and Mrs and Miss Burton of
t Faye Crescent
in the service
three nice
N!!' I, and they all returned. I was Winton Parrish and children City were Sunday visitors to Coca-Cola 19 Carrots Bch 10c Potatoes 4 Lbs 25c I
\ spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Hampton. Both young ladles are ..
N II'" former Cello-Pak Red RipeTomatoes New S.! C. White
Fred Lang. In the afternoon residents

; they went to church at Long Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chastaln Lb 19c Potatoesl0Lba49t

; I-CARPENTERS- Branch. Rev. Strickland preached.The spent several days last ,week In

new road Is up to the branchat Lake City visiting relatives. South
Deep Grapefruit
Camp One near Fred Lang's. Mrs. A. H. Kelsey attended a .

a Fred has to tear down his barn, meeting of the Rebecca Lodge, in i2Z.WOUJIaW' '
P.dti P. move a horse shed and the house 'alatka, on Wednesday night of JUICE 46.ozCan 11% ..
rt' ot the colored ,man. I guess It last week. ,
;:, will take a few pecan trees. Friends regret ti hear that Hershey or Dixie Crystals Factory Packed
,r, ; They say "anything to get a Aaron Minton la still critically ill
i\'k'\ road."" Pat Odem graduated from In the Alachua County Hospital, .
'I f I Jacksonville High School thjrf year. Gainesville Mrs M In ton, Mrs. SUGAR 5 Lbs 39c .
; 1" : D. W. Johnson, his daughter,.and
,vJ She used to go to school to meat '
I ,""Clay Hill.. .A darling girl: other, relatives are, in close at- Ga. :Maid Sweet :MixedPIGKLES yp 1r 1'i a'' ,H''
;,;: Shirley Mosley says that her tendance at his bedside. His many'

}tl"'Ii brother Clarence Mosley and Joe-' Hampton friends wish him an 22-oz Jar .I0C

,' nell Padgett were married April early recovery.'
Mm. D. W. Moore, of Starke,
22.' Congratulations \
I 'spent last Thursday as the guest Van Camp Pork andBEANS c
PRESCRIPTION of Mrs Raleigh Brannen. -
beat of bath towel that vqn a 33 .
part c
sa Evelyn Bailey of Jacksonville 14 16-oz Jar
PHARMACIST .Is worn. Make a mitt with a poc- No 2 Can ,
Is spending several weeks with
-' ket. Fill with small scraps of '
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs
'' I Phone 64 STARKE oap. Use it when bathing. The L. D. Elland. Mrs Elland recently

On-the-Minit Sestet children' will love It. Kerosene visited her son-in-law and daughter *
: ;'I: : kill bed bugs. Just It
I wt : will pour Mr. and Mrs. O L. Beden- V. S. Gov't Graded Wilsco SlicedBacon
', In all the cracks., Be careful baugh In Deland. OAC Cheese

,: then of lighting matches for a Mrs. Ethel Plckren of Gainesville Beef Nabisco
', time. Keep a pane of glass the Miss Virginia Lou Pickren of Stix 2-0% 13c Ritz i-Lb 30c|

lie of your cook book'page in Jacksonville, and Mrs. Seeber Winslow Potato
tl' Ginger Ale Sparking water
.,,.. l your book. You can read the Goodman and little daughters of Sthcks 2/-oz 10c Chuck
{ ; recipe thru the glass. ,It keeps Starke were visiting friends here- : Canada Dry<*15c
"' s he book open and the pages last week. Van Camp Beenle Roast tb 69c Lb 59C Swanson Whole

,.: / clean.Here Mrs. T. J. Alderman and eons Weenies n-oz 23c
t Is a thought: There is Jay, Jr., and Bill spent several Chicken3-lb
1 'JI1IJ I., Jack Spratt Piece
only one way to be happy and days In Brandon this week visit Llbby's ViennaSausage Sirloin Rib
that Is to make somebody else ing Mrs. Alderman's sister, Mrs. I Bacon Lb 52c Oscar Meyer Bar-B-Q Sauce
,t't Steak Lb 98c
happy. O. Weathersbe.i Roast Lb 79c
All for now. Don has come Misses Betty and Martha Home, Hormel Cooked exlb. Wieners

home from the .tore. It .U Wed- Ernestine Johnson, with Emory SHORT> RIBS Lb 49c GROUND BEEF Lb 55c Hams
/ ;1J nesday nite and I have been here Brown, were shopping la Jacksonville 1h'. sac Tin 7.69Weiners 14ozSunshine 51c

I .It,I' 17 alone with Digger Good ntte Monday afternoon. Tender Pride Skinless
and God Bless every one. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and

t ;t\\ .J.'n -- Love LURA Sons of Starke were Sunday din French's ,
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl- C
t 'e:i/i/-- ,.a e . e ,. ton Chastain. Mustard 9-o%; 131zc i 45 Hi Ho's 1-lb 28c
jlt. Lb
Silvia Stuffed "leaf
\ Mr. and Mrs A. P. Stringer of Libby Deviled,
t Graham High Springs were visitors here Olives 6V4-oz 49c *
i y Ham 17c
last week. 3-oz Tin
A By Mrs John McKinney Mr. and Mrs. Liberty Aid Asst. Flavon.
Purvis Hazen and .
Policy .. . children of Ocala have been guests Drinks 3 for 14c ,Baby Beel Herman's AssortedGold ( .,.__ .. Libby Potted 9c
of relatives Meat 3-ox
Miss Kathie Maude Easterland at Hampton Lake. a '

;'j''. fit: youur'Personal and Chlaper Easterland are spend- Mrs O. P. adsworth recently Cuts iiL"
..t{ ing this week with friends In visited,Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn Beech-NulStointeaks Lb
and baby son, John Keith, in 79c Bollard'sObeHsk
Needs Clermont.Mr.
::r Starke. Baby.Foods (Most Varieties) .
and Mrs. John McKinney Rib
; J' j 1 and Ottls, were dinner guests Mrs. Opal Smith and nephew Flour
: Charley E. Johns of Mr.son and Mrs Carl McKinney Maurice Lee, of Flint, Mich., arrived Str 9e Ch 12.e. Chops Lb 69c Pound 5 Lbs 48c
J Monday for a visit with
at Sampson Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs John H. Parker. Chuck
Agency 53c
.1- Lb
Mrs Eddy McRae and childrenof Tidy House Sandwich
t f'i' na-e .1* STABJUB:, 'FLA.B spending this week John Lee Elland, son of Mr. and Roast Lb 53c lt1N
Tampa are
Mrs. F. D. Elland, la recuperatingat Bags 30-ct 8%C TS Sacrunento Fruit i
with her father, Sim ,Thomas.OUr
two weeks' meeting closed his home, after a tonsilectomy Ten-B-Low Ice Cream Brisket Grade A, Dressed and Drawn Quick Frozen Cocktail No2', 38c
I'n' performed at Shadycrest Hospital,
Sunday night. There were three Stew Lb 39c Deep SouthAmbrosia
} : Starke, recently. Mix 10-x 33c
\ --..ntlna THK TftAn ..Msrtfortf new members added to the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy and Planters Cocktail: Fryers Lb 69C I NO 2 33cMott's
n\ church roll children, James ,
If, t and Jane. of SEA-FOOD ::
r Gainesville, were Sunday guests Peanutsoz 31c AppleJuice

of .Mrs. Ann R. Guy.Lawtey. Campfire MaH Lb age Jack Pratt Smoked Qt 1 15c

IV;, 'EARN While You' LEARN to FLY . . M'mallows 31c .eeI Scallops P.I"da Lb Lb ;age 79c PICNIC HAMS ... 53cBtokely, Tastl-Klng 19c j

Educator RollCookies
NO 303
':tt .. >Shrimp Lb 79cCatlLib Ready to eat cooked '

l1il'J', On The G. I. BILL of RIGHTS lIy l. H. ttirea Pfca 13%c Illl.t Lb 55c HAMS H.f: or Whole, lb 69c Tea Lipton Yellow%-Lb Label 61 c |

The annual picnic of the Meth- / Kraft, Kitchen-Fresh

'l evare now* Approved for the following ., odist Church School was held Kidney Beans

courses: Thursday June :24./ at Strt<&- Mayonnaise

Basle Ground Primary and Advanced land'a I picnic grounds on Ktn,... a l 63c .!No2Can J5 16-oz 49
Flying Also Private Commercial Lake. Aa In former the .
--.....:: .... ley years ..
and Flight Instructor ___ other churches of the town were j.e Soap of Beatlful WomenCamay
Courses. Approval No. 5650. a ...:"' ::- __ invited to attend and each Kraft'sVelveeta The New For Salads
church was well represented At

4 Room Instruction the noon hour the picnic dinner 2-Lb Loaf' 1.12 Oxydol WessonPints Oil
Tues. & Thurs.
was spread on one of the tables
Nights' 7:30 P. M. provided for that purpose. There R.g 9C Bath 13c sn,13'2c he33c 53C

".. M was plenty for aU, and some Redl-Mlxt OIL Solids Philadelphia CreamMargarine
left for those ,who wished to Floats!
CONWAY LIBBY U-FLY-IT SERVICE Lb 54c Cheese 2 for 33c't Safe! Sure! -
remain until later to return home. ,
Sherbet MixJunket
,t' ,,PHONE 147 OR 32 Swimming was enjoyed by all the Kratt Cheese Kran "JI\erlcaa. Ivory Soap Clorox I
children and most of, the older t

: CONWAY.AIRPARK I folks present, and all the remainder Spreads s-oz 22c Cheese 2-Lb 1.18 Meet 1 QC Lg. 6'iC Qt

> I of the week they had a nice 15c 5- '14C'l.
sunburn ,to remind them of the ox

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bdiNews St. Mark'sRev. To Start 4- Club Honors 'cn""TY. FLORIDA I IN CHAN; COUNTY. FLOaIDAI'IN CRANranT. ; -
MondayAll 4T VR.. .
Anthony C. Locaeto. Plaintiff ... Theodore Frattlnl, Plaintiff, v.*. I
S. W. Creaaey! preached his children In Krmlnla Locaeto. Defendant. Case Josephine" F Frattlnl. Defendant. .
last sermon to the St. Marks Epis- the Dedan and No. 8.3i Cass "0. ..44i 1

t t Church copal Church congregation last to Brooker attend communities the Vacation are invited ORDER AND NOTICE PUBLICATION TO APPEAR r:8EJ'oflPfgI11.! 'Y i: I

Supper" will be Sunday. He Is being transferredto School Bible STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Josephine -
Lord" Montlcello at the Brooker Baptist Ertnlala.. Locaeto, whine residence F. Frattlnl whoa residence
the Sermonfoamy where he will serveas Church beginning Monday July I and addreee. lei 4030 flit Avenue, le lit Lincoln. Avenue, Yonkers I
utathe First Bap- substitute. 5 Brooklyn 17. New York. N. Y.
g and continuing through Friday, i 1 1 I You are required to appear on
[?Ike Following the morn- This coming Sunday the new' July 9. July You 12.are I 4S required, in the to above"appear named on JulyM. 1041, la, the wherein above plaintiff named Ii
ordinance of the minister, Rev. B. E. Court and cause, wherein plaintiffseeks Court and cause
"ge the Simmons of The school will be held< daily divorce .seek divorce. Bradford CountyTelegraph
be observed.b3 Bradford County shall pnblleh this Order .'
will at 8 Boise, Idaho, will take charge. He,I from 8 11.. m. until 10:30: a. m., \ e ar Telegraph shall publish this Order la next four weekly issues .
? Happy Hour will be accompanied ; and children of all denominationsare In next" four weekly issues.Wltn. Witneea. my hand and official .
by wife
night features the Invited. .... my hand and official, neal at Starke, Florida, this June tI !l
'sundaY and and two children and they will: seal. Rt Strk, Florida' this June \
of request hymns t. 1011.OFFICIAL. make their home In 'r
and the organ playingEyhel the Episcopal ( BEAD A. J. Thomas A. Clerk of laid Court. j I
The Pastor rectory. Methodist Church A* Clerk of said Court. J. a. Harrison Law Exchange Bids -
Blgg"" T. Frank Landrum, Starke. Jaokaonvlll\ I, Florid. ,. p
| D. Haines, will bringgtllstiC Atly. for Plf. -ltl'T.I Atty. for Plf. ,',* ** -
,,1' on "The Rev. J. R. Hill. Pastor of the .. }
me8911ge ---- ---
ST. - -- --- ---- ---
EDWARD'SC.4TIIOLJC Methodist!! Church, requests that .
of the Lord",As -- --
comin3 CHrKCII members of the congregation be
L continue .
., of the times Sunday Mass 10 a. m. in their pews before 11 a. m. on

t clearly to the for fulfilling all top Sunday School 11 a. ni. Sunday. July 4. ready for the SUPERIOR >
well e1'rAf'
It is Week Day Mass 8:30 National >
: a.
hecy m. Anthem which will
with the Bible Studyg Father John O'Dowd, Pastor. the service. ope" (in every sense of fine and upright 1'

the appearing of the I(I "The observance of r + + modern serving and unusual carefulnessin i .

MUJ Christ. CONGREGATION.ILMETHODIST Indepen- ? needless ''.
L school meets at 9:4:5: : CHURCH dance Day the greatest event i / guarding against expense 1'

y I In American history, will be combined -
staff of over 30 tea- Services every Saturday night, I ."
full with the
the Bible lessons Sunday morning and Sunday night,I observance of the : 'i'
a I greatest event In Hebrew his-
Training Unions 11 a. m. and 3 p.Oat Congregational i .
a, rroup. tory as It was linked to Chris
It for discussion In Methodist Church on I'i DEWITT JONES
I 6:43 tianity by Jesus .
Christ the
ii of church member- Brownlee Road. Rev. J. \V Grlffls. STARK PHONE 7 t. ,
fngweek! pastor announces. 'I I
Pastor. i 11

service each week I There will be no evening service 1 I i AMBULANCE. SERVICE: 'f.. r I'I

by the Pastor with age. A cordial :welcome awaits except the Youth Fellow Proudly holding ribbon. awarded to thwn as iwmbr-rt of the Honor Squad at the 4-H Club camp' Funeral Director I I.
acted ship which meets at 7 ,
books of theL all 'who visit the church with the I, p.m. at Cherry Lake during the work of June It are (left to right)I Arthur GaMUnn.' llrllbronn: Bobby M
of the meaning and mess- visiting pastor. I Sunday Mid-week School at 10 a. m. t1llan., Lawtvyl Sherman Crosby. Rising; Charles Kelly Bruokrr; CaUIn Blount Lawtry; and Lewis. I Qur local funeral home enables us to :.j"+, F
their I Prayer Service Wed Slke, Hampton. offer conveniences and services. not '

nesday 8pm. i otherwise available __
The best all-around squad at Camp U selected. each Yf'arI the Honor Squad by the County Agent* ; \

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE and Camp staff. The boys themselves> select the brut all-around boy In camp and Arthur Ga..klm f.
At The TabernacleSunday We furnish the : service at the loweat price ai{ t
of the IIHlbronn 4-H Club placed second In this poll and Bobby MrCMlan of the. Law try Club placed higher type f. i
accept ANY life Insurance In'foro, issued by ANT oonjpany. r.
"la The Heart of Town And: In The Heart was a day of unusual third. Of the nine members of the Honor Squad six were from Bradford County, one from Caton, and ) policy "
as payment In part or In Tall on a funeraL Consultation I 1. I ICarries
of The People"A two from GltchrlHt.
interest at the Tabernacle with I 1\
\ no obligation. t
the Male
Quartette and accompanist t
!! and leader. Dr. N. A. -
Southern Baptist Church For All People .
Thompson all of Piedmont Bible Christian Church iv! rorinTY.rmniT FLORIDA toiwr.: BRADFORD ix CHAMCBRV NC ministration-T0201. Engine Certificate S.rlal Numb.rtUt Number aI51.NWWIuuusaMWmsmesssmimumIsMl I i I
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Schools Wlnston-Salem, N. C., and U ll. toeher with all IIeIe."" "' '"IIIIIIUI'' 11..101 WtMnnN

Sunday School 9:45 Training Unions 6:45: present at all three services Regular services each SundayjBible Walter J Thompson Plaintiff' vs.KHa additions, betterment and repaica 'Moat l ,
Thompson, Deindant. Case made to or upon Bald Aircraft Everything/ :
Morning Worship Evening: Happy Hour These young people are visiting School 10 a.m. No. 0516. A. Z. ADKI.V1. JR. ITo

11:00: 8:00 many places in the South, spread Morning Worship 11 a.m. *jf. ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR 'Vincent Aa :Hpeclal= Master In
ing the Gospel 1 message In their Evening Worship 8 p.m. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ell.Thomp.on I t !
fashion and Wednesday evening Prayer Meet whose. residence l. un H. O Brown BUILDERS READY-MIX: I
ulnque .
bringing joy known. Attorney for Plaintiff. -u tt T-t ... rr
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Morning Sermon THB LOJtD'S SUPPER" and comfort to those ;who hear ing 7:30: p.m. You are required to appear on .... -I.

livening Sermon "The Second Coming of The Lord" them. e Everyone Is cordially invited to .Court July tf and 1411 cause In, the wherein above plaintiff named I ix COUNTY cmcriT FLORIDA Cold ?., BRADFORD IX: CHANCERY ; H ._ c :i iA

Obxertance of Lord'tt Supper Sunday Next Sunday July 4, will be worship. ...eke divorce Bradford County 0 I
41"Temperance" I Telegraph shall publish thus OrderIn Edna, Mae Jeffries, Plaintiff, vs. -
Subject Sunday morning. July [
Morning another special day with Rev. next four weekly leeuee Clark Jeffrie,, Deftndaut.. Case a i"t '
Willy White of Orlando a Youth Witness my hand and official No. t440 R'N ,II t ,: I ID
the seal at Htarke. Florida. thus 'th !l
Sunday evening: "Camping on
for Christ Leader, In charge of of Juno 1040OFFTCtAL AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ,
\Ult The Church With The Visiting Pastor" Borderline of the Kingdom". ( SEAL) A' J. Thom. STATE' OF FLORIDA to: Clark f C I'
the morning service. Regular A. Clerk of acid Court. Jffrle, who.* reildene hat %
Communion will also be observed All Masonic members and John J Henderion, Esq General Delivery, Columbus Ohio. R jL ;
friends are Invited to attend the St' Auiruitlne, Fla. You are required to appear on Dirt washes right eff) o
at this time.Presbyterian. Atty. for Plf. <-U 4t 7-1 July11. 1>4II, In the above named
evening service on July 11 when Court and came, wherein plaintiff E

Come In And See Our Line of New Church the Masonic Male Chorus of IV! CIRCUIT CAVRT.- BRADFORD Telegraph eeka divorce anal! publish Bradford. this County OrderIn A watts patted. with ))1 :f''
Jacksonville will present a pro rOl'NTY. FLORID II CHANCERY next four weekly lieuea.Wltneee T j''

gram of songs. Rev. Sam 1. Jamee J. Pappaa. Plaintiff ve.Huel my hand and official I .S.'III-WLUA.. :J t
Morning Worship 11:00: o'clock. seal at Htarke. Florida, this June E
Smith of Jacksonville Beach will lioulee Pappae, D.i.ndant.Case 10, u4/ R
The Sermon will deal
BICYCLESNow the No 1110. I
"Significance of Little Things"Our bring a short message after the ORDER OF PUBLICATION Clerk of laid Court. SEMILUSTRE'CONORftZ' It.f,

Young Ladles' Choir will sing. song service. STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA) TO ::'A\\U.11\ Jacksonville R H. Duncan Fla.1017 Lynch Bide, E

Now on display at our store CYF meeting each Friday, 7:30: Louise Pappaa, ...ho.. last known i Atty. for PIG '.11 41 7-1 WALL FINISH
Sunday School at 9:43: : In the residence and address wanCaae. I'
TERMS TO SUIT Chapel. The Adult Class will p.m., at Legion Hall. blanca. Cafe, Bait Seaside Avenue, I IN CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD SASH ANDO Lovely colors! ''I
-John'B. Dixon, Pastor Lone; Beach, California. COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN- f I
meet in the church at 9:55 under
: Grad row
Tou are required to appear on CBRT. D 1I11Cbea. L
ALSO USED BICYCLES AND the leadership of C. M. Turney. July 11 141, In the above named Annie Mae Sharper Plaintiff vs.Clarence ...
i. BICYCLE Court and cause wherein Plaintiff Sharper: Defendant Case .neq t
REPAIRS The Session and Trustee will Pine Level ChurchThe seeks divorce.. Bradford CountyTelegraph No. u.. ifc
meet on Tuesday evening at 8 ehall publish this OrderIn ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND o

o'clock for the monthly business public is Invited to attends Wltneee next four my weekly hand laauee.and official STATE OF NOTICE FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Clarence :I !I

meeting.The dedication service at the Pin 0 seal, 104 at,. Btarke, Florida, this June known.You Sharper. who. residence. I I. un- O ANNISBUILDING : c

annual Picnic of the Sunday Level Baptist Church next Sunday (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.I. Thomas are required on I '

.. 'BIGGS. &, BAKER -" School and Church will; be July 4, with basket dinner. Aa. J Clerk, Thom of .said Jr., Court.A. Starke.-, Fla. July Court I*and. 1048 cause. In the wherein"o-p.m plaintiff R K fc fcii I

held on Monday, July 5, .on,,the served at noon. There will be ,a Alt,. for Pit. -ll 4t T-t ....k. divorce. .Bradford County 'I, t

Oa W. Call St. Starke 'Fla. beach at Keystone Heights. Cars baptism at 7:30: p.m.PENTECOSTAL IN CIRCUIT rovMT. BRADFORD Telegraph la next four ehall weekly publish luiiue. this Order BUILDING SUPPLIES S ; I ''I

will meet at the Church at 10 rni'NTV. FLORIDA IN ( Witness my hand and official INC. I .,
HOLINESS > CRRY peal! at Starke, Florida, this ..Jun.U..U. I
.--.- .., - .. .- o'clock. .Tamea Ramnburirh. JUAN-i Phone 10S6-1044 W. Main St. South r. a BOX I
CHURCH Mary Katherine. Rnnmburch.. (OFFICIAL'SEAL) 1>. J. Thomas,
SIT* 218 1.
10th St. and Temple Ave. dant.,-_Cane.. No.: 1437OKDHTC Def.n'l A. Clerk of said Court ,

Sunday School 9:43: : a. m.; MornIng NOTICE fir- PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR: E. K.. for Perryman Plf. Starke,4-J5 Florida.Atty. 4t 7-11 .,.nmusuu.Iall.ellnensl111enslNnsnaenwmmomslslenslmmnmm. < "", "" '''''''''''', ", ''''' ,' .. ".nnlmen.esemenm,,, ,,,,,,, ,,""' ,,",,,,,,,,,,,,,, "I "InIIa' II l r I Iflr'
Worship 11 a. m.: Evangelistic STATE] OF FLORIDA to: Mary
I Catherine Ramnburah. whoae rent '1 1P
Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone dance and address In: %! Care
welcome Ph-l.n. f nV.. 72nd St., .New York P
City N. Y.
You are required to appear on
1'\1'' CIHCI' T COURT BRAUPOHDrioKioAi Tulv 12, IfMH,., In the above named

Be a Volunteer Dtfandunt CEUYSnm COI'NTY Bell Plaintiff Ca.,. No.v.1)924. Ethel 11: CHAN D.II! Court Telegraph.In...k.neat. .divorce.and four shall rnune. weekly,tmhll wherein Pradford.leaueii..h this.plaintiff Cnunty Order Summer Clearance!! I ,

ORDER OP PURLICATION Witness. my hand and offlolaReal / I IalM
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR at Starke Florida this June i
STATE OF FLORIDA tal I 1, 1948. e
D"lioh r M are required to appear onJuly Aa ri.rk of Bald r nurt a .t1 l
It, 1940. in the.above named T Frank Inndrum, Starke, FI",. 0 i
Ki-k Court and divorce cause, wh Bradford rln plaintiff County Atty. for Plf. 4-11 4t 7iw is ATTIC FANS

Telegraph .hall publlHh.thlt Order -
JOIN YOUR LOCAL UNIT In next tour weekly IMUCK. CIRCUIT roi'ttT nR"n..nno
Wltncua my hand and official rO""TY, ri.oniuAi CHAN
n.al at Starke Florida this June Cl'1nY. 30" $28. 75 i
7. 194H Howard C. Dellert. Plaintiff V*. ; 1
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A.I. Thomas EllsahethJ.. Dellert, Defendant

OF THE NEW NATIONAL GUARD NOW Zach Aa Clerk H. Douirlai.of paid Court 33 Wait Ashley Case Nn. :((1431OWOKR OF PTTHLTPATTOWAND 3G" ATTIC FANS .. .: $34.93 '
Ht, Jackinnvlll Fla. 42" :
Atty. for Plf. '.11 4t 7-1 STATE OF FLORIDA tot Bllxa .......?... $39.93 i

IY ciHcriT' _COURT nn 'nronn .both Southern J. .Dellert, Avenue whose ,residence Plttaflld Int ................$19.30. S it

C'OI'NTV, KLOIIIOAl IN: CHAN M..h..U.. Tou. are. required to appear on f(0" .........,......$69.50 i I'.
!SidneyYRCII' Cat**. Plaintiff ".. Tulv 12. 141. In the ahnve named 72" ,
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Serve in a Lloyd Dale Cate,.Oafcndant. Caiv Court and. cause, wherein! plaintiff a ............JM.30 :
... tot. ..peek divorce* Bradford County e r
ORDER OF mnt.lC'ATinH Telegraph ehalt publish this OrderIn Motors\ Extra 'f"TI'f :1" i
fIGHTING ORGANIZATION AND NOTICE TO APPEAR n"xt four weekly Innuoe.Wltneii C. f '
RTATK OF FLORIDA to: Lloyd my hand and official
J Here's bow Pale known.. l Cat., whoa re..ld. ..ne* la un- seal R l.4 at. Starke Florida this June C ,

U you act quickly, there still be a place You are requlrod to on (OFP'U'T A L BRAD A.I. Thomas. w //iIi
may National Gaud .fell tf: 1148. In the bJ'm: A. Clerk of ...Id C ur' Water PICNIC.TA LES I : x:
for you in the new National Guard. But flie Court and cause wherein plaintiff Etch H nnne-lai'' n Wet Ashley i ti;
you n..okl divorce Rriulford County He., Jacksonville, Fla. y (Mess Table) With Attached Seats
must act now, because the National Guard You "".l......ph shall publish this OrderIn Atty. tor Pit. Ill 41 72ti Cooling
next four weekly Ueuea.NHn 0

has room only) lot 1M best men who are ""tl..t\ .Stark..H. my, Florida hand ,and this official June roi'NTT rinrriT' FLOHIOAI COURT BRADFORD in CMA.- Fountain I .

potential leaders men who .", ant to serve T. crnr.Raymond. e t!
(OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. ThomasA. Rldney Jordan Plalntl'f -

their country with pride in the great military Pq Z4....... D.. E.Clerk Knlirht of acid, Stark.Court, Pie.Atty v dant..*. Edna('...V.No Phelpe 5514. Jordan, Defen $12.50 V j41

traditions of the National Guard. for Pit. .-U U T-l ORDER OF PUBLICATION
AND NOTfCW TO APPEAR with metal lined ice c0aI ,
REAL ESTATE Edna. V. Phelne' Jordan, whose reel. I talon bos. lla.auto5. Ft. & 10 FtLENGTHS .

' THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE UNITED STATES I'sUsW.l" t"alsi List your property for sale County
You are required to appear on
OKU *lth me. I have sold many July K. 1H1 In the above named
loo.ooB lEI WILL BE ACCEPTED pieces of property and have Court and cauee, wherein plaintiff
sr.... t aiers,t. eoke divorce Bradford County Water 1
Mtnv prospective buyers. A Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn & Fuel R

THE NATIONAL GUARD THIS YEAR square deal I.I .guaranteed.' A Wltneee next four my weekly. hand. issues and official. EXTINGUISHERS FLUSH Storage 'Tank*' Iri
t tSoda
air commission all that I re- seal at Starke Florida this, June VALVE From 30 Cal. to 823 Gal.TrenxadoM y
mire. As a member! of the ". 1945.OFFiCTAL. and '
The National If"nitfd w.n....... ( SEAL) A. J. Tbom.: TOILET Saviapl n
Guard's strength this year .--...-,........tlg. Realty: Board you may. brKiiwirwl < A a Clerk of said Court.T Acid type-
Ii to that I will represent j jyou Frank Landrum. Stark., Fla. Combination tq', iI
WO.OOO men. Already 250,000 are *-2S 4t T-"
Att. for Plf. Vitreous China. GASOLINE t r
to the best of my abWt) I, ._ excellent condition
m n>b l'!. So, there''g only room for the beat \ has Chrome ) l
0Z1ItJUr5l JR. r.tatmtjuniciAi.

""nen.Physically and mentally qualified young U f .....torI.JPhone 154 { f* AJfD FOR. cmrtiT BRADFORD OF FLORIDA COU1- vale Sloo--1pe' > Com! 9,000 talloa .1 t

men who are able to'meet the high standards mflI1IDffiID TY IM CHANCERY LOW-PRICED plete with Heavy gang itecL sai.
of f the new National Guard will get.the kindof Ce File.e No.No. 51 Sill tAlrhank PRE-WAR v' 8' IS/ .r 7VV a !16. ..F t .1!

training that America .1'''. Galled Stales of America, Inc.a .. ,
help keep strong. 'EXPERTt3dIO corporation $(2'50 Gasoline 'I'IEkdrkafly

They'U earn while they learn. and be ready F.. ....1.. ...... ...... I. Ili.t9 -.',-Plaintiff.RoUnd SEASONED Pump i it 1
do W.dm..3 O5"d = M Stuart Operated
their part in protecting America future. s..l... .. = .: DefendantPKCIAJU LUMBER ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Recording.MaaufactHrcd .
0.-...... MA 0 .HALS3 TRM'4J NOTICE OF by Ways* ; (,

Notice la hereby given that under
and In accordance with that certain
... neat decree of foreclosure and sale r1 ;1
\\U..l. rendered by Hon. A. Z. Adkln. ae SEE THE MODEL HOMES ON t..
Judge of the Circuit Court of Bradford

- oo'5a 1 e In that County certain Florida caeee I.*>Chancery ndiag, In, DISPLAY AS LOW AS $495 { y
paid Court wherein Alrbaak of
America. Inc.. a corporation, la f pl
1 fAtT.NJW1 Flalatlff Defendant and Case Roland No. 41J7 at.the Stuart."der.iliaed I U. Open Monday thru Saturday a. m. 5 p. BJ. Open Sundays' 10 s. m.. 3 p. m. f ,r # .

Can Qvalily See I Bpielal I heater I by said decree ?
; SERVICEShepherd appointed wilt welt t. the
I ICha& hl'.beet bidder' for __II. In front

*11Your local National Guard Unit Today C. I II.f Bradford the Sooth County Front Cortbo Door of the In

I Stark*. Florida during the l..al ARMY CAMP WRECKING CORP.CAMr
I hour of sale on the Sib day of
TNF STATE July A. D. IU' the following ..- it.
NATIONAL .UAK or THE UNITED, ,.nrlo Bradford County Florida, '.wit i One
I At Gay's Service Station J j Model need 1.T-49 4I. .true Maaafacturer name Cessna Serial I iLANDING, FLA fO IOX: 36 / STARKE FLA PHONE 641 i

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,4' rA'U&i' LIGHT and-cause July It, IMS In the above named
Court wherein plsl.itlff at
daughter. Elaine and Mrs. Havana State of Florida and with each. Edward H Reynolds. DefendantC"ORDER seeks. divorce. Bradford County Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I U48.8larke. Fiugy
1 i county judge of the. Htats"' of Flor hall this Order seek divorce Bradford CountyTelearaph
Visitor Honored Johns spent from Sunday to Wednesday ida. 0" PUBLICATIONAND Telegraph publish shall publish this OrderIn 1"1
In next four weekly Issues.
,i Local News in Ocala visiting MM. Col- BEN C. MORGAN. Dlre.lor', STATE NOTICHJ OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: EdwardH. Witness my band an* official seal next tour weekly Issues. Cleric. ot r aW A. I
Oams and Fresh Water Brown StarCoartk4
Mrs. Edward Burns entertained son's and Mrs. Johns' brother and Commission Fish It Reynolds, whose residence. Is: %" at Btarke.. Florida this June II, Witness mx hand and official for P11. r
Monday General Delivery, Corpus Christi 1148.
11 at a small luncheon family Mr. and Mrs C. R., Cone. I T..... (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, Thomas, t
at the Avery Inn honoring 'Mrs. John Scott and Mrs. Albert Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Parks 1CInctrr corn?. HRADFORDCOUNTY. You are required to appear on Ac Clerk of said Court.
Frank Oxford FLOHIUAl, IM ,CIIAN-; July 19, 194S. In the above named HolIU V. Knight, Gainesville. Fla.Atty. .
4 her 1I0\lse guest, Mrs. Williams and sons returned from a week's trip to CBBYShlrlsr; Court and cause, wherein .care, for Plf. '-18 4t T.' We Wish To
plckard of Green Cove Springs were weekend guests of Mr. and Pa. Dlshlnor Anderson. Plain seek divorce and permanent AnnounceThe
PhiladelphIa tiff vs. Richard Gordon Anderson custody and control of minor child. i!1'1' ciRcrrr COURT BRADFORD
,, Enjoying 'the affair with Mrs. Mrs. U S. Hutto and family. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs Defendant Ca. No. 88 X 8 Bradford County Telegraph shall COl.'VTY FLOHIUAl IN CHAN;
and Mrs. Burns were Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Hembree Mrs. Ten- OKDER: OF PUBUCATIONANO 1 publish this Order In next four CKHT.Catherine; Openingof
Plckard Edmond Tenley were '
issues.Witness Wilson Plaintiff vs.
A. C. Durden and MM. O. L. and' Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbuw ley's brother and sisterinlaw.Mr. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Richard I weekly m/ hand and official sealat Frank Wilson Defendant. Case No..

spent the first of the week in i and Mrs. W. R. Walters and Gordon Anderson whose* residence Starke, Florida, this June 11, less.. -
Beaaley. .
and address Is: & Dallas Record 15(11. I ORDER OF PUBLICATION
ly ..tf St. Petersburg.Mr. daughter. Clalr of Reldsvllle Ga. Bhop. 1304 Main Street. Dallas (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

f .. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and Mrs. T. B. Harding and MraL. Texas: As Clerk of said Court. I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Frank
You are required. to ..pp.aron Joseph K. Skipper Williams Bldgr., Wilson whose residence la un- COSLOISBALNOVA
family had as their guests from A. Canova attended the PTA August S, 148 In the above named. 7 W. Forsvth. St. .Jacksonville, Fla known. FLO) I\
"j I WO CS TSUS short course In Tallahassee last Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff Atty. for PIt. -U it 7-9 I You are required t above.named
Thursday to Monday Mrs John socks divorce and restoration. of July 19, 1(48, In the
find made file only moonahlnn Williams maiden. name. Bradford. County IV' CIRCI IT CO!"RT. ..n'DFORII Court and cause, wherein plaintiff STREET STARKK. flAt .\.
Scott and Mrs Albert week.Mrs. Telegraph shall publish this Order tOl >TY. FLORID l'll tN- seeke divorce. Bradford County
fit for man'I,I'. and children of Oxford Fla.? I* D: Vining bas returned Iin next. four weekly. Issues.. tKHY. l\ Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
(The Cnlon Signal) from Atlanta where she J Witness my hand and official Grace R. Burner. Plaintiff vs. War. next. four weekly Issues.
1111 An
__ I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Colson and seal at Stark.. Florida, this July ren M. Darner. Defendant. Case Witness' my hand and official anal Early Date
attended the
'.., marriage of her 1949. V No. 85T.. at Starke, Florida} & this June 16, .-
niece Miss Mary Ann Watson to -'FJCT.u. BEAD A. 3. Thomas:; :'I ORDER OF PUBLICATION uta.Ol"FTCIAL.
As. Clerk of said CotiPt.T AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. ,
.'. j Phone 52JMrs. Hollls Frank Hope Jr. on Friday Frank. I.andrlnnStark.. Fla... STATE' OF FLORIDA tot WarrenM A. Clerk of said. Court. -
-I of last week. Mrs. Vlnlng's Ally for Plf. 1-t: 4t T-8 Barner whose residence and address George L. Patten, Starke, Fla.

1Y"t t l. 8p$y oreDE !VICE Hartmann : :cou-Bln Miss Louise Donaldson of iv E'mrrrroi_:HT. OItADF01t11COIw'rY. I I Colo. Is: 1091 14th Street Holder,,' Atty. for Pit. -- ,.1S 4t T-' Watch For Our
w. eotiow i... TO Atlanta returned here with her : .( FI.OKIII.4lR. IN (:IIU,. You are required to appear on nOTICE TO APPEAR.
('ERY JulY 19 1944, In the above named TO: ZUELLA MEKSHuN, whose ad. :
for a week's visit. It. Sullivan I Plaintiff, vs.' Lou Court and cause, wherein plaintiff. dress Is unknown. Opening Date
Mr, and Mrs R. A., Newsom Veda, Hulllvan. Defendant. Case Nu, [seeks divorce and restoration of WHEREAS:: It appears In that
\\e Don't Fool "Em WE FEE 'EM!" 6825 maiden name Bradford County certain' cause now pending. In the /
had as their guests Wednesdayand ORDER OF PI-IIWCATION Telegraph. shall publish this OrderIn Circuit Court of the Klo-hth Judicial, -
'a; .3i. SPECIAL I LUNCH SOc Thursday of last week Mrs. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR next .four weekly Issues. Circuit of Florida In. and for Bradford .
STATE OF FLORIDA tot Lou Witness my hand. and official County In Chancery whereinV.
I .'n Isoc Complete Change of !Menu Dally II Newsom's sisters. and brother-in- I Veda Sullivan, whose residents: Is seal. .at Starke Florida, this June A Browningand his wife, ArrleBrounlnw To (Pe ITnder The Management
for the ofRobert of
law Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Shlpp. unknown.You Is 194S. pray adoption
i.t ORDERS TOASTED SANDWICHES are required to appear on (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Merfhun, that the said Hob-I I
of Jacksonville and Mrs. R. E. August 2nd 1948. fh the above named As Clerk of said Court. ert Mi-rnhon.. Is the minor child of Mrs. Charles Schmitt
A LUNCHEONETTE Park Theatre Bldg. Mathews of Lakeland.Mr. Court and cause, wherein. plain Charles: R. Hens. ; 204-5 Guaranty the Maid Zuella Mershon and that I"
tiff seeks divorce., Bradford County Life Pld",, Jacksonville, Fla. the place of residence and the Pnstl.!
and Mrs. Cly.de CoLson and Telegraph shall publish this Order Atty. lorIf.., ,-18 4t 7-9 Office address of the said Zuella''

tt daughter. Elaine are leaving todayfor In next. four weekly Issues. Mershon IM unKnown to Petitioner. -0--- .. .
and that there Is or -
no person persons
Witness hand and official
my irinrriT: roi-RT. BRADFORD
i I Oxford N. C. for a ten day seal at Utarke, Florida this July I, COITNTY.: FLORID IV CIIAV. .. In the State of Florida therlce
I visit with Mr. and Mrs. Robert I94D ('y.R Y. of a summons In Chancery
I GUNTER & SON (OFFICIAL) SEAL) A. J. Thomas, C. R. Patterson, Plaintiff vs. Nuna upon whom would bind the said
Hayes and daughter1 Brfenda. As Clerk of said Court. II Patterson Defendant. Case No. Zuella Mershon, you are therefore f We are prepa
Catherine Colson who''has been /.uctt If. Dnugtss. 33 W. Ashley ill? '' ordered to appear In said cause
Jacksonville Fla. 8868.ORDF.R OF PUBLICATION on or .before the 26th day of July
visiting the Hayes for several Atty. for Pit. 7-8 4t T-24 AND NOTICR TO. APPEAR I 1948 otherwise the allegations osaid relieve the
.. sick
MARKERS Petitioners will be taken a
MONUMENTS weeks will erturn to Starke with STAT OF FLORIDA tot Nuna .
IV: tlHCflT COURT BRADFORD H Patterson. whose residence and confessed.IT I
VAULTS her parents.Mr. fOI'VTY.' FLOHIUAl CHAN- address Is: Hartford Alabama IS FURTHER ORDERED that those who
"i and Mrs. L. W. Koch will CKIIYI are required to appear on this order be published once each are
'I.. .. .. M.\ Smith. Plaintiff. vs. Ju&0 19, 194S. In the. above named week for four consecutive weeks In
{;.11 have as their weekend guests. Charles M. Smith, Defendant Case Court and cause, wherein plaintiff the Bradford' County Telegraph, a
n '. Dr. and Mrs. D. O. Barnett of No. BB1.1. seeks divorce. Bradford County newspaper of general circulation I fined to bed.
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn published In Bradford County f
:. ; Arcadia. NOTICE TO APPEAR next tour weekly Issues. Florida.OAiKD.
;.; Mrs. D. L. Thomas and daughter STATE OF FLORIDA tot CharlesM. Witness my hand and official seal at Starke. Florida this. ;
4,6''' Will'Save. .You From 10 ,to 20 Smith whose residence Is un at Starke. Florida this June 18. nth day of June 1945. -'
Sellta and Alma. Clara and known 194A (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
:'l. \ Percent On Any Thins You, Se Eloutse Thomas are spendingthis You are required to appear. on (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ,Thomas, Clerk of Circuit I .Court, Bradford
August 2, 194ft In the abov. named As Clerk of said Court. County Florida
lest.r week at Daytona Beach. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Charles R. Hess, !(H-1I Guaranty -ZS 4t 7-l (OFFICIAL, SEAL)
i Mrs. Frank Pickard of Green seeks. divorce. and restoration. of Life Bids-, Jacksonville. Fla.
11 'I g maiden name.. Bradford County Atty. for Plf. (-11 4t 1.' lit: rmrriT COI-RT. HRADFORDCOrTY.
: : QUICK DELIVERY We Can Duplicate Any Cove Springs was the weekend Telegraph' shall publish this Order ', FLORID VI IN: CHAW:
guest of Mrs. Edward Burns. In next four weekly Issues,, iv CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORDCOI'VTY. CKRV.
: 'Witness my hand. and official FLORIDA IX CHAN' Annie Laura Carlos Plaintiff vs,
J"t Stone Or Marker In From 3"To .30 Days Montte Hutchlngs daughter of seal. .at Starke, Florida this June CERY. Henry L. Carlos, Defendant. Case

ok '' Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutchlngs 3O.(OFFICIAL 194D REAL) A. J. Thomas, John W. Yarbrouffh. Plaintiff, .". No. 470ORDER Of PUBLICATIONAND

::r. left Thursday of last week for As Clerk of said. Court.J Ruby F. Yarbroush Defendant.Case N.TrCB TO. APPEAR '
; Special Hours On Sunday 8:30 to 10:30 A. M.x' C. Durrancs, Law Rxchanare BldflrJacksonville. No S1.ORDER STATE OF FLORIDA lot Henry Lftilos. :'
Pensacola where she will visit Of PUBLICATIONAND '
Florida ? .. whose residence Is: Genera
'' ,
t 2:30: to 7:00 P; M. friends and relatives for a month. Atty. for Plf. T-J 4t 7-ZJ NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEARSTATE to Ruby Delivery New- Orleans, Louisiana. ,

Located On Highway 200 At South City Limits Merrill of Baltimore. Md. also i:or COUNTY cincriT FLOHIUAI COURT BRADFORD IN CHAN- unknown.You are. required to appear on : k

aI'f Mrs E. J. Nix Jr. of Hattles- I CERY July 19 194. In the above named '
: Fla. Daniel Durant. Hughes, Plaintiff Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff
I P. O. Box 572 Starke.
j -
burg. Miss. are spending two I ,
: vs. Minnie Dorethu Hughes, Defen seeks. divorce. Bradford County; ENJOY ,
weeks with their parents Mr. dant.. Case No, 8886. 'relearaph shall publish this Order
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND In next four weekly Issues.
: and Mrs.' W. L. Andrews. NOTICE" TO APPEAR Witness my hand and: officialisal i

:, n Mrs. Lulu Mott and Mrs. C.O. STATE' OF FLORIDA to: Mrs at Stark, Florida, this June COOL We in stock many items neededin
:\ Minnie Doretha Hughes, whose .14, 194i. |
'I .r Barksdale visited relatives In Lake residence and address Is: Route X,I ([OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas |
Butler Sunday afternoon.Mrs. i % Ell Mlshoe, Conway, South CaroIlna As Clerk of said Court. the sickroom:
'. 1 B. R. Burneed, Macclenny Fla. RIDINGWITH
I IJoan'
J ( J. P. Burns and daughters You are required to appear on Att)'. for Pit. .).11 4t 7iv .'
f '
.-, August I, 19... In the above named'
; and Jean 'of Atlanta are ".
II:.. Court and I'au.e. wherein plaintiff : riRcriT forWV. BRADFORD OUR NEW Bed Pane Crutches A Tip
4 making an extended visit with seeks. divorce. Bradford County rOI'WTY' FLORIDA IN' CHAN-

V. Mrs. Burns mother Mrs. P. H.I I Telegraph shall publish this Order. CIeRY. r Water> Bottle Abdominal Belli
4 In next four weekly Issues. B. J. Huxtable. Plaintiff vs. Anne PLASTICSEAT
,}-, .5depends Manassa.Mr. 1 Witness my hand and official "1\1.\ ." viuxtable, Defendant. Case
I and seal at Starke Florida this, July I, Na' 5e50. Catheters Elastic Trow
:,! ,l : and Mrs. Harry Lappe 1949. T ORDER OP PUBLICATIONAND

"-laughters Alice and' Beverly I I OFFICIAL !SEAL! ) A. J. Thomas., NOTICE TO APPEAR CoveredRectal
who A. Clerk of said Court.T. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ann Rectal tc: Colon Tube Leather
.y I rA w August Lappe of St. Louis .' Frank rjindrum, Starke FlaAtty. ,1 1i Miller Huntable. whose residence
.rl I > has. been visiting the Lappes for for Plf. 7"* ** '.>3i.v I I.: North Shore Point, Norfolk, Vlrrlnla. Syringes Spring TJIIfC8I'e
i i .
the two months and Mr. COVERS
past : cincrir ctR;;; ,. BRADFORD You are required to appear on
:k" Robert Lappe left Thursday for I i COI'VTY FLORIDA IV .CIIAN-/;July 13, 1918 In the above named. Rubber Bed Sheet Elastic Suppertn
rflJRY All-leather Trim
St. Louis. They expect to at-
Plaintiff vs. t
Nolan M. Holder
fen end the suprise birthday party Myrtle L. Holder Defendant.. CaseNo CrlnalaHypodermic ,u. Bospensertm
J .
S' and family reunion at the home of 56119. 50
ORDER OF PUBLICATION: Syrlngv 'rmbWcal TI'u-'
i Mr. Lappe' mother Mra. Anna i I AND, NOTICE TO. APPEAR
quality drrcleaning Lapps who will celebrate her 60th I STATE OF FLORIDA to-'Myrt pAgRSTARKE 39STARKE for Babies
i L. .Holder whose residence Is unknown FL-: Insulin S.n'.sWhy
tf birthday anniversary on Satur S ,. .
day. The Lappe will return tS I I You are required to appear on
August S, 194. In the above namedCourt
!Starke the latter part of next and cause, wherein plaintiff I I Sun. Mon. = July 4-5
week. seeks divorce Bradford County Not Consult Us For Your Needs:
Miss Ma due Brownlee returned In next Pf'.u.rh: weedy Issues I If The Item Is Not In Stock. We
and official seal I
ifter several Witness tnV hum
spending 'days with ,
Breeze through mid-summerweather, at Starke., Florida. thin June WIFECary
with the assurance that you're always Miss Lily Starling at Jacksonville 1949 : Seat Cover 'Will Gladly Order
" ( 30./
chic always fresh, always ". Clerk of said Court ,, / Grant Loretta' Young
" J. C. Durrance. Low Exchange, I David NUen COMPANY
,r dainty Our modern cleaning technique ... I
Jacksonville' FI.
Farm Bureau NoticeThe Plf. ..9l 7-23 : Also March of Time ft: News KOCH DRUG STORE )
the dependable safe way Atty. for "" Comer Court A: Aladlson

. ,: t that not only insures that cool 'fashionright' Bradford County Farm IV Cn1"6TY\'FL0UW1, IIn Drnnn. I Tues. July S ONLY Phone 10 Starke
: look but also prolongs the Bureau will hold Its regular bus- (' STARKE, FLA.

"4"}: life of your apparel Always come Incas meeting tonight (Friday) at !Mae. : Hudson rlu".on.Defendant.Plaintiff vs Case Pesrlle No. Call It Murder ,________________n_______,_-_-

herefordry cleaning of perfection. S 1 o'clock In the courthouse. L. L. \\1th .
8ORDER Humphrey Bogart
"' il.L7
, Renfroe.! president will preside. AND '' APPEAR Al.o "Bowling Fe,'er" I

I I NOT I Cl R, Mae STATE Hudson.OP FI.ORIDA whose residence to' Pearll nnd and NewsThurs. I a

,41, PHONE 135 The registration books of the address Is: 0 Lee Street.ucu, "
City of /Slarke will be open for Texas. \\..... =. July 7-8
: ROUT. {H'J. 315 roirlstratlon of electors from Fri You: are squired to appear on DOUBLE FEATURE I
day July IA, 194 through Saturday August 2. 1949 In the above named
GREEN 9letu 7/ Aii..ii>t 14, 19'S, Inclusive, at Court and cause. ., wherein plaintiff' : FOLLOW TtECROWDS.J
Temple the City Hall. seeks. divorce, redford. 'ollntV Tall Umber I
;oil CARL JOIIV9, .. ..", .. Iissue.la OrderWitne'a
\\"i Owner :Ir.!.. :. Ave. Roa-lstratlon Officer. In r-gtt pfour'weekly
1II 1.t my hand .and officialseat With George O'Brien
Starke, Florida this July -
1.// --- at And -
v OT' r nAS 1, 19411' ,
\. provided by Chapter. $146. Arts (OFFICIAL.: SEAL A. J. Thomas,

STARKE, FLA.You'll of 1941. notice Is hereby given that As FrClerk landrumCStarke'Flu. rT StNBADTHE
the Oame and Fresh Water Fl.hCommission .
T.: 4t 72)1iv )
ofthe State. of Florida Atty. for Plf. _
Pf under the power and authority SAILOR
sitM Commission Section .. 8R 'nra>nn
I granted by nn< riT ro. "
4 / 8ft, Article IV. Fror.ia.: Constitution COILareice.... FLORIDti IN ClltNCunr Douglas: Fairbanks. Jn. Remodelinr r1-
of the State of as amendedand and Maureen O'llara
ratified by the voters of FlorIda Rosen plaintiff, vs Hvlvl .
nn November *. 1943. In official .. Rosen Pefendant. Case. No. Aim New.
meeting' held" In Tallahassee.' June
11. 13 amt II, 1944 has closed ttrad- ,,8U10'R0F.R 11 F PfBLICATTON Fri. Sat. July 9. I"DOtinLJo
ford Cnnittv to the taking. of deer AND! NOTir-K T>0 APPEAR : FEATrREDick
and turkey.Nntlre STATE OF FLORIDA to: Sylvia
of this action on the part Rosen whose residence and address
of the Commission has been filed i Im. IU5 Klnirsbrldge. Terrace, Bronx
with the Secretary. 'of State of the |I 83, New York. Tracy'sDILEMMA itIrll{ !' t % ., 1 1e 1f
You are required, to appear on
August 2. 194. In the alwwe nem-J t
Court and cause., wher-fit plaintiff e
ENJOYA r seeks divorce. Bradford County'
Telegraph. shall. publish this OrderIn With Ralph RyrdAnd

I Safe and Sane 4th Witness next four my weekly band. Issues.and official 1 3 iI

u1 seal .st Starke., Florida this July
11SNTl .esM01t1 COMPACT AT I. 144OFVTCML The Law ComesTO
I J, Thomas,
( IIJI1"A.!
thrill to the oewct ease of has- St. Augustine Beach "s Clerk ..t said Mart New Merchandise Daily
( eliteg and carrying the Flambeau. Being T Frank. T..ndrum. Atarke Fit.Atty. GUN SIGHT Arriving
t tat Ihl.t.ad smaller than prewar for Plf. T.! 4t T.Z3
model ot like banepower, these truly Big 3-Day Celebration With Johnny Mark Brown

modern outboards have ua.urp..J iv nnrriT corwr. RRLOTORDCO"NTY Also Cartoon and Chapt Z
e streamlined beauty v I "Dick Tracy BARGAINS!
and U 1>lNA. .,, Betty L Reynolds, Plaintiff vs. t.. .. .. ..Rearm"i. .

q1 I fi.it OVTOAI. i 00 __ .
3RD 8:00 P. !M. U AL..... .-
No part of the outboard extend
irnide the boat assure "Water Pageant' I You Will Be
L *cleanliness-eliminatea Delighted With Our New Enlarged .

the dripping of oil into die boat ttemonatratton Hy St. Augustine and
-lUll, less ia-boat ooije.SMOOTH Volunteer Red Croaa Llfa Redecorated Store. We Now Have'

g, rMrOMMaHCI Saving Corpa Twice The Space We Had Before And The

You'll be delighted with the Flambeaus PORTLAND CEMENT PAINT
c exceptional performance throughout; Varied Stock Of Merchandise. We Have Got-
entire tpced range. Thii has beta BR: FLOODLIGHTED '

achieved by It* WrasW Dual Carbuxe- Free MoviesJuly FOR INTERIOR ten For Your Shopping Pleasure ,Cannot Be
=s doa System which assures a steady flow

P' of power at idling and trolling speed AND EXTERIOR Matched In Bradford County.' Come ,In AndS
yet plenty of pkk-up and reserve tip ,
power afl the way through' so top.pt<-
UC1MY8 NA1Ntl1 'on St. A..tlaft.eh Portland Cement base making It most '

The Flambeau isqukk.staettogdepend. S DIe Race Starting ISO pan.Firework practical for decorating and protect I -S "' -... t

able and packs plenty of power. Its Display SHM p.m: IRe all cement Sad porous maKwryutUccs. t

a wonderful performance i* the. result of Off End .Bands Pier ( Being composed of ccmat. fit The
exclusive design constructionfcatum.
aoany ran
4:., Come to our tore and let e ); jgaaay pcrforiaaac advantagea. JULY 5TH OCEAN PIER actual part of the walL It &to ....c.. A

FISHING CONTEST proof. Colors are Umcproof and will _( ,

I& TERMS Special 1-Day Prizes not HYLTTE.fade. Bt curt you ask foe .. Star StoreWEST


Sistnmk Feed & Seed StoreStarke.

'105' W. Call Street Starke, Florida GAMES SWIMMING I CALL STREET STARKE, FLA.