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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 9, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: BRADFORD
payers protested the holding a meeting as a County' COUNTYTELEGRAPH
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ill'assessed 1 value of their pro- I Commission. When organized aMa ,

Tuesday! when the Board Board of Equalizers M. 0, .

!Commissioners convened Harrell was elected chairman,
unty Board of and T. C. .
egecre rtThea'TBoa d deferred vice-chairman.Chastain was elected Official Countu Publication Established In 1877 '. I

the complaints untily As a Board of County Commissioners VOLUME SEVENTY .

on, JulY 115 when a meet- three items of business HTAKKK. 'LUIUU.f'KII. JULY 9. IMS NUMBER\ THlRTY-EIQHT f' r r

ford 2:30: p.m. were considered at, this session. ---
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II bjeClon property!=, H.to, which jfollman the assessment 1. situated enteredt1 The toward((1))Board agreed; building: to appropriate a community-$30() Opening Dates Ilmenite Mine Construction Rushed Anthony ,Ousted I' i'


r end of Court house at Theressa.
southern Bill Hall of For Schools Set
he The property Theressa made the '
I In starke. of request. --- -. ..... ,_ ... As Surveyor
exemption ((2)) deferred -' I"J
homestead action on a mos- ; " u and the remainder is reg&Sse8Jt'd quito control program until hearings By County BoardThe A' J

at $1,000. are held on a temporary t f' ByCourtOrder <

Green requested that thereduce budget for the fiscal year beginning j"
A assessed value Oct. 1. The Business Wom Bradford County School

One Walnut ,Street. an's Circle of the Starke First Board set the opening dates for Circuit Judge A. Z. Adkins has .' +4

II hOme has a $5,000! home- Baptist Church made the requestfor County schools and appointed another Issued a final judgment ousting ( 1, .

property txenptlon and $3,000 1sarlY the mosquito program group of teachers at its Harry A. Anthony from the office ', I

assessed (3)) heard Miss Miriam Stubsof meeting Tuesday. The Board also ,w Fa of County Surveyor of Bradford 1

E. Johns ,entered anti the Starke Wefare Board report approved plans for the new BHS County and declaring the office t '

arley for T. A. Brlnaon, Jr., that intake offices will be shower room and appointed four vacant .: '
n the assessed value closed In Brooker. Hampton, La-jv- more bus! drivers.It Adklns ruling followed the filing ( t. '

protested to residence at thIon tey'due to the shortage of help was agreed to open the of Information in quo war-' i i!!
on .
000 of Walnut and Jack- : available for this work. The Starke, Hampton and Graham ranto by the State of Florida on t 4.'

in Starke. 'Board agreed to consider: Mls.i: schools on September 8 for the the relation of J. Tom Watson as '( t
tl'fftl Maud'Crews I 1948-49 school terms Attorney General and the Florida b
Stubs' request for additional funds The Law- : I
agent for Mrs. to the 1948 for direct relief In the 1943-49 tey, Vanderbilt New River. Hell- rt ;; j;: y State Board of Engineer ExamJn'r. I,
ed an objection north budget. bronn Rising, and Brooker schoolsare ers as co-relators against Anthony 1
ent on her property scheduled to 2. on the grounds that he was ,
Club building: In Commissioners present were open August ,
e Woman's not registered under the laws of t \
M. O. Harrell, chairman, ;P. D. Six teachers, not reappointed, Florida pertaining to the registration ..i w
!! Commissioners ,convened Reddish J. -L, Wynn, and T. C. were given positions In Bradford of land surveyors'and waa It "
Equalizers after Chastain, County. Mrs. Bonnie S. Nunes ,
Board of therefore Ineligible to hold the of. I"t
was appointed to Bradford Highand I
.Mr : Anna Biie.-D'jl. ; ; flee. pl, f

Coach Plans Summer Sports a position in the Starke Elemen- Anthony was elected County j t'y
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w tary school. Appointed to Rising Surveyor of Bradford County In 'ft i

Cr County 'Teen Agers were Mrs. Alice Hatch and Mrs. Clustered along Treat Rout about four miles rail of Starke in the western, edge of the landing the General Election of 1944 and t f t 1

Rosa Cook, principal. Joseph i reservation, this, nucleus. of right building will form the "nerve orntvr" for Humphrey Gold Corpora received a commission for a term )

ord High School's new Orange Street .near the West Nash In the new principal and tll) '. Trail Ridge Project whereby Untenlto will be mined and snipped. North for use la the manufacture of 1944.four,. years from January :2, :

1. C Hobbs, who coached End Grocery.. Mrs. Thelma Goforth a teacher In of paint. Included In the above group area warehouse welding' shop, washroom office building, EV A. Clayton of Gainesville + I' f'i

[ far two years 'in< 1943-44; Present plans, are for football the Vanderbilt Ichool.Reappointments laboratory, oil louse, gaa station aad lumber tAied. Railroad la the foreground la the Seaboard' spur attorney for'the Florida State, t% i

In practice to begin August 16 were Mrs.. Mat-: track that once nerved" Blandlng and which will now be lined for the shipment of ore to northern mano- Board of Engineer Examiners. 'in .
residence
[ moved to a tie Ellis and Mrs. I 1 Ii"
which permits' six-week prac- Louise Crosby facturors. commenting the case, today r. .
i and Is planning a summer tice before the. first game Sept. both to Hellbronn. and Mrs. stated that It Is the policy of the ,} p I

na1 program for tha'teenagers. 24, the rew: Coach said. Evelyn Cooper to BHS.Mrs.. s -_. -.4.v--trr'r....,+.,-ee .. .. r- nF,mV, .... Board to stop all such unauthoris
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Coach reared 'In Evelyn Ritch was returned to the ed I ,
!ty$ f Hobbs was r practice and that several simi. i
Tallahassee 'and received his Starke Elementary School after a lar suits had been I
i present community sports leave of absence. filed In different : I ik ..I I
n does not fulfill the needs. Bachelor Of Science degree from parts of the State.
4 younger let" Coach Hobbs the University Florida in 1937. The Board approved the plan Clayton cited a case that went I, I

(Wednesday. "We an get antitinj With the exception of one year, and specifications for a new BHS to the Supreme Court from flay'to. r

and beneficial pro- he has coached since that date. shower room, and the plans now Couny In 1934 In which a county ,1:j I
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i underway by enlisting the At present he lacks only a few go to the State, Department of surveyor was ousted in like
them- University of hl3Master's Education for approval. If approved ceedings).
|of the younger group obtaining pro'I''I''I'f
a. I urge anyone Interested degree.. He comes to the local Board grants a AV. I r:
other Starke' from Umattlla. where he contract for the work. The a Yea Snakes I
laying Softball, or any Galore I
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: shower room Is to be constructed !
I, :to contact me Monday at held a coaching position.
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I Bradford High School bulldI Coach Hobbs, his wife and near the BHS ball -field. Say*. A. Bishop, 'i J

laid the Coach. He can four ,children, make their homeon '"' ,Great Snake Expert

I be contacted at his home oni I OrangeStreet., Roberts To Open ... .", ( ;, I

Cracker Grill SoonThe Any ,snakes today T One Brad.. ,.
ford Countlan I 1
can give a vigorous

ons/ Tromp Bloomers 13-12 Cracker' Grill, located on '' T -T '',yel'" I 1
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H. A* Bishop owner of the
I Walnut Street near the post office ? 'I' I
\ battling ladies on the team two teams swapped batteries and formerly owned by Buck Starke' .Telephone Company, man- f.. '

i Bloomer Girls narrowly lost (pitchers and catchers) In order Jones was purchased, last week aged ts capture:' alive ,his third
I Friday night's game to the to handicap the LIons. Hazel by 1'. P. Roberts. State Represen J. ttaatedo. general" superlatendent -, "betuOful*?,0eral" snake Saturday I..

jit Lions to the tune |Of 13-13. Phillips caught for the Bloomers,, tative-elect of*Bradford County ef the Trail IlMge Pr4* morning''on I', his Island located about -" \ f

tel lof 130 was collected.and and Gladys Uooty and Margaret The'Grill jest, keep a watchful eve tm that,, ,,, tw. Mile from. Orandln. Tn1ar 1 \i IseJwI4yilg I-
d to the Lighting,Fund* which Miller alternated each Inning, between was closed wheat purchased many phases of the mining J,ak,, -' S! fje eed In ajUltii1 '
| totals J2.331.23: : 'toward the "pitcher-and' tat base. "On and Mr. Roberts said'heexpects work. 'I.thlul':" I. t \ Was handed .over" to Charles "' fI t
) goal! for lighting the Brad- 2nd base was Marjorie Wilt", with I to reopen the ,business going according te sehedaie." Mr.Miniature. mountains of Mack said are pIled us an crane operator Jack McComb digs the. huge e.- Darby ''who has an Interest In ''I

| f fait with ,modern playing'Ruth Broadway on third. In the within the next month.' A'sum tfestedo statea yesterday. Humvatlon In'which the mlalag dredge ,,'In.be laonehed. After the dredge la once placed la operation such pets t" '

field were Marjorie Manier Louise in excess of $8,000 was Involved phery expect actual mining '1& digs Its own lake *" (It goes, and will have a capacity of 80,000 tone of sand per day. A new wrinkle The snake captured by Mr. I I

ther ladles' game between -Tenly, Ruby Johns, and Elma In the transaction; which includedthe operations to begin around the la the Humphrey epmratlan her! will bfI a floating wet mill, which Hill follow In the wake of the dredge Bishop Is 16 Inches long with a t, 1

|Junior Woman's Club "ModLee Hickey. business alone. The buildingIs first of the year to separate. the Ilinenlto and other heavy mineral from the quarts. sand black nose and a body alternating I t
owned Mrs. Florence
Brown.
and the Ruby Johns RunAmong those playing for the by with large black and_ orange It I II ,
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Mr. Roberts was elected as the w ? .w e ? wt
vas scheduled for yesterday Lions were Jimmy Gorwln. Jerome -- r v. wr stripes and small yellow bands. I'' 'I I
l1IIay) !In Bradford Ball Park Democratic candidate for State Mr. Bishop managed to tire the II
30 ?i Johns, Buddy Bishop Monk.Representative 'in the May 4 elec I
p. m. The Runners are I coral snake by holding It down ',
red' by Ruby Johns Beauty' Dinkins, Ralph Beague, Merrill tions. He la the owner of the with a stick before he handled it. I'

I I' McMillan Walter King, Wallace Firestone and Plymouth dealerships The coral snake is the most t ,'i;

i the game last Friday, the Solano, and Herbert Green. I II !!!, both located on Temple deadly of all U.S. snakes. It ''j" "

I Ave.Guard'. doesn't have folding hollow fangs f f

[1 l. Ben Sternberg I Tobacco GradingDemonstrations through which the venom flows f I
as doea the rattler, but has teeth i. i

lushes Courses Thanks r with a trough In the back for 4 f

Staff draining venom. It does not strike .111 i

College Planned ThursdayTo ..,.,}. ', ..w .. and withdraw like other poison- .
AidGratitude '
Employers' h out snakes. Instead it bites and
l Col. Ben Sternberg, Infanliraduated keep tobacco growers from 'I
from the Regular losing money because of Improper "-<.;;,' "" hangs on to the victim allowing; r M
... .. the poison to drain
into
"* of the Command and Gen- grading, which has been the casein to all employers who an open 1
c'
Stat: College at the there will be two ."'-1i\f"' "...,, ; ''' '1 wound. I
Fort Leaven- past, are permitting their employes to' ," 'I'' '"'''' .
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4 Ka.-uas: on July 2. A grading demonstrations held In participate In the National Guard i' '__ ;L.J, .._-.I.-.. ..... City Gets ,
!ate t of West Point in the Bradford County on Thursday, encampment without prejudice to .,.'.. 'AM" !;:s.' ''' Tough iOn
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.< of! 1913, Co!. Sternberg re- July 15, County Agent T. K. Mc- their jobs!!! was expressed yesterday Negro workers! wearing< monks for protection; .sandblast steel -Lo ,.,,

.o to commission and entered Clane said this week. Exact loca- by Capt. Hugh B. Ingram beam being readied for construction of the dry mill.1_ being

e service with the Army i iof lit ton of the demonstrations will be commanding officer of the processed are boxlike,; steel pontoon which will be used. to float the Workim-n are shown here pouring the foundation of the dry Cleaning I
f that year. He Is the son announced by letter to all tobacco local unit. The Headquarters wet mill. mill, one of lie last l building to rm started Iwriinne. of delay In ub- t

r, ml Mrs. N. Sternberg of growers. Company of the 2nd Battalion is taming steel necessary for Its structure. After tM ore U. separated. "The City (Is definitely going 1

orA Beach formerly of I The County Agent said that scheduled to leave for the two Cof C Plans Large Area DarkenedBy from quart Hand In the floating wet mill magnetic pntcewnm will t,) begin It's part of the Clean-Up /t,, i
flue-cured tobacco will be again weeks!!! camp at Forts Jackson be used In the dry mill to further separate llmenlta front Futile and Campaign this week,"' Mayor H.C.

e (Command: :\ and General Staff 'supported at a price which Is a- S. C., on July 17. Work ProgramThe Power Failure zircon which are alno" found In the lllandln. .Mtnd. Wall stated Wednesday. He was f

p* '4 I the highest level edu- bout CO percent of parity for that "We have received almost 100 referring to a resolution passed t
rt Starke Chamber of Com Saturday night a burned out k
Institution operated en- from employ- ,_ by the City Council at
particular grade. percent cooperation .s.,4. -- its /nesting
T by merce met at Avery Inn Tuesdaynoon transformer at the end of the r j
the Army. The Regular Tobacco growers who are already era in letting their help participate meet. Florida; Power & Light substation Tuesday, in which the Councilmen '
for the regular weekly
P a designed to qualify of. members of the Stablizatlon In the camp without prejudiceto indicated their desire to"clampdown"
and discussed the new Pro- threw Kingsley Lake Lawtey, \
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oJr> Ing ,vitr
duty ;1
rt1 as commanders or Corporation and who have lost the employe, laid Capt. Ing of Work that Is 'now being Waldo, and Penney Farms Into es i r on dellquent property t t-
staff gram ,
:trt-r officers In divisions their Identification card can se- ram. "Not only does the local drawn up.The Program will darkness at 9:04.: Service wan ,:".,},{ ..1 owners. t h
orea Jzations. Officers free of If unit appreciate! their efforts and 1f.10of The Council Instructed W. M.
cure a duplicate charge 1:29 ,
tol I cover a wide field and will be put restored at : a. m. Sunday.J. ;
attend the 10-month they apply for It prior to July 15. attitudes but they are performinga Edwards Supervisor of Streets,
l into force soon. H. duPre, manager of the
Course
must have com- If growers have lost their cards, service to the County in helping I to clean-up the property of the
the basic ,I Joe E. Wilson suggested that Blending district, said that the
and advanced obtained a better National Guard citizens who have
another: can be by drop- prepare not yet started
:a the the executive secretary attempted failure of the 66,000 volt transformer -
schools of their ping a postcard to' 141' McClane. I to carry the same load the Guard the work themselves A charge
and >Ito t I secure a newspaper correspondent was. due to damage to In-
usually have com- After July 15. growers will becharged handled In the last war he said; send in the form of a lien against the
more for, Starke, who could sulatlon by a bolt of lightning
than seven years ofertce tl for the duplicate card.I Guard unit has 60 will be
I The now news of local happening to out- at some previous time. The manager property made for such
I members on the roster and 58 are,of-town newspapers.The also said that the companywas work.Under
Sternberjr served overseas File expecfled to participate' In the' I- the planned Clean-Up '
Eu 1.egkin Plans Chamber agreed to meet fortunate In restoring service C I
f-ttl, *"" Theatre of Opera- Veterans two weeks' camp., The Guard Monday night July 12, .to com so soon !in view of the\ damage Campaign citizens may contact I' i
"N the 18th Infantry of To Place members are recruited from the plete the Program of work and to to( equipment. the City Clerk by phoning 20 and j :

Division as a Battalion r file'of veterans whole of Bradford and part of make plans for a thorough membership state the work they ;want done. ( 1\1
"der An employe Index -
and Regimental' Staff surrounding counties. The City'wUl perform the Job i!
fNm tn this is planned by campaign. Mrs. Mildred Sapp
area
August 1942 to- I for a reasonob e fee. If property: tB Ia
19U. He participated' In I American Legion Post 86 In an :Western Auto Awards' M. C. Thomas Home Assumes FHA DutiesMiss remains conspicuously unclean,: '!'!j ", ;'
QIIIPllign of
!! effort to Interest employers
!
for I
North Afrtt the City wll do the work anyway 'r' I
'l\znlala.\ Sicily Bradford and surrounding Counties Prizes At OpeningThree Fannie Surasky, who has j,
Normandy Catches Fire FridayOne and place a lien on Uui property( *J :
*ance. Northern France' In hiring veterans. A joint been connected.wfth the Farmers City'Cerk Carl Johns said the } I.' :
", I Bradford Countlans I n. J. Himdey me a hulMoxer to push a mountain of black analtuck
of the
Ardennes, and Cen- meeting between members lucky truck of the Starke FIre Home Administration located In Council has fully endorsed the [ I.
i
*Cermany. Among other a. American i'Legion and heads of won prizes at the grand openingof Department answered a can to I Starke. was transferred this week I from the edge of the excavation being. dug for the dredgn.' Thin Clean-Up Campaign. The Campaign I I j aw::1

11I1 decorations he has re- (I various Industries la to take the Western Auto Store in the residence of M. C. Thomas to Green Cove Springs Naval end I Mill eventually be run through the null aw It also contain some U to last through July 24. 4.r 4

tII. Dlstlngulahed Service place Tuesday July 27, at S p.m. Stark. In a drawing Saturday. on 11th Street last Friday at Base, and Mrs. Mildred Sapp has ,irf, the highly prized heavy mineral. I. j .r I k.
P !lie Silver I In the American Legion HalL June 26.- Eugene Z. Lee. rural 5:12: p.m. The fire was caused been appointed as Clerk-typist re- 2 i
F star star and the,:, The Legion Post Intends to route. Starke won the top prizeof I by the ignition of draperies placing Mlssi Surasky. Sports Registration State Agent To Aid Rotary To Push ''r r
Medal
I with Oak Leaf''I remain in contract with nearby a bicycle In the drawing, while stored in the house which Is Mrs. Sapp is a Bradford County In USO Tonight Retail MerchantsA Blanding Boys ,Camp

employers In ,an 'effort ''to determine Rudolph CriffW, Lawtey receiveda owned by Mr. Thomas, and only resident and "has been connected
'
I ,, radio. .J. O. Childress. Starke, with the County Agent's Office A three-man Club Commute lj
Post 1
their needs. The minor damage was Incurred. Registration will be held In the representative of the State Rotary ,, ,
P Books file listing the was awarded clock. broke' here In Bradford CountY J.o the to- seek the use of ,Camp '
Open will maintain a The fire truck a .team- USO lobby tonight. (Friday) for Comptroller' office will be in '
R veteran desiring employmentwith Entries In the drawing were shaft on the run but Fire Chief : put five years. Mr.'Deal; County person of all ages children i the Tax Collector's office next Blending for an annual summer j I a
Jlstrttion boob win and prefer- without charge and the store tile broken Supervisor for the Farm Home camp for underpriviledged boys 1 i
their abilities R, C. Buford said that and adults alike who wish to Monday. Tuesday and Wednesdayfor
'r14a", West Call under the Administration said he Is verymuch I was named this week .
located Francis
on by
July JI, and remain ences.Who part bad been repaired take part In the summer program assisting merchants'in filling
Half Moon Hotel was crowded pleased with the assignment R. Bridge of Tallahassee. North
ugh
Commander. p
Post I
Saturday. Ollhooly. of playground activities. out forms for the payment of
August attended the of Mrs Sapp to this office.
who Florida
with district
people of the
tlt la in charge of the project. In Portugal retail store licenses. This service governor
"f to an announcement opening event Casey A tennis class will be organized civic organisation. !)

till Clerk Carl and Deeds Recorded with Miss Lou Beyers as Instructor will also be offered to the publicon The committee 'members ,)
John, All HereW. 3. F. Jaudon Is owner operator I David B. i Casey. seaman apprentice will
alb are not already "*_ Early Yams of the new Western AutoAssociate : U8N. of Route 2. Starke. and the sports program will July 28 and 29. confer with the State Armory '4

-SUI the city Carroll who lives three Store. He carries a fan arrived recently in Lisbon Portugal Among the deeds recently recorded also Include soft ball and other This la the first year'that Board on .request that part of } e
and wish L. "
b. while aboard the at the Court House were: this service has been availableto the big wartime military reservation 4
qllallfled> to mile north of Starke on Route line of household hardware radios, serving games. '
vote in the 11:. A. Galney. Brad. Co. to O.B. six miles of Starkebe
ect tIo1a exhibiting some heavy cruiser U8S Macoa, one ls limit and all the public and all retail east
and There
Is proudly electrical no age
In 200. oil, : goods
September should Rico paints the IS-vessel Midshipmen Colson Brooker: lot 1. .Blk. 17 used for the boys camp when Il I
.c the City RaU between exceptionally early Puerto shown by ippUances. garden tools, bicycles,] tice 'Squadron on its annual ,1 In Ward City, ,.SecLS. Twp.78o., persons who wish to Join the class merchants are urged to take the Florida National Guard to. !

1IIrJ.. dates. Mr.yams Carroll Three weighed potatoes a total, of ,:S II| and sporting goods. 4 mer cru s. 30ft.Range thereof.20E. except the North I are cordially invited to do so. advantage of it. not using It for training pUrpoHCL'QS h jr'

1-2 pounds.

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1 rAGE TWO' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STABHJC FLORIDA FRID\y_ .. ltl.r.
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n.. ._ .__ e .- of her uncle and aunt Mr. 'and Sub District
Mrs. Willis Starling In Jackson II last Tuesday meetlnr IG
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED
Dull Day BrookerBy State: FariiiBy Lawtey ville. Among the exeing 4.1{ clUb

IS77 E. MATTHEWS.. OWN -EDITO Miss Ina Ruth Morgan of At attended camp
Items Helen Barry Mr*. Bryan WhltfleV. mr ... H. fBtcii. lanta, was the guest of Miss Ada Lavon wiixerson last I\

r' Published Every Friday. and Entered as Second By II. O. Davis 1 .. .' .- . '. .. 1 Edwards last ;week. Betty Durban, and, FaYe i

t' Clam Matter at the Pont Office at Starke Fta ..__ n _.____ __,_ Miss Louise Kelly of St. Petersburg :Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Parker and BIRTHDAY PARTY The J. E.. Wall family are In Ung.Mr. Jean
_. is their Clarissa and Andrea the Mountains of North Carolina and Mrs.
------ spendng a few days herewith daughters Mrs. T. L. Wainwright .entertained W
7. MEMBER 1948't Mention was made a couple) I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. left ,Friday to visit Mrs! for her granddaughter for a weeks' vacation and son Andy Were .
tI1e
: "" of weeks ago about the $10,000 I Charlie Kelly. J. H. Joyner In West Columbia Patricia Wainwright, on her 10th I Miss 'Lou Edwards of Jacksonville guests of Mr, Disking,
Subscription: 93 Annually .1.10 For Six: MoatlMDON'T I trailer-truck assembly which failed Miss. Madeline Green Off Jacksonville S. C. They were accompanied tc birthday anniversary.:Came. were was the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs j. ?
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to make the turn Into Madison spent the weekend with South Carolina by Mrs. C. R. played on the lawn,of the Wainwright Mr., and Mrs.: Will Edwards. Mr and Mr Albert
Street as it came from Keystone her parents Mr. and Mrs. Dave I Karle and her daughters who home and refreshmentsof last week. Fort Myers are IUeata DI

CUT OUR TOWN'S BUDGET Heights highway and plow Green. I returned to their home In Columbia Ice cream and cake .were; Rev Ballard Wilson, W H. and Mrs. L P Rat,u,,.

Whether or not most of our readers operate their: house ed up some IS: feet of the aide Mr, and Mrs.' Billy Crosby of, at that time following a toe served. Patricia received many ( Edwards 'and L. H. Futch were

holds on a budget, we have no way of knowing.: But there walk on the City power plant Lake Butler are spending his vacation .' months' stay with Mr. and Mrs.: lovely gifts. Those< present 'were business visitors to Jacksonvillelast

must be many a home in Starke where household accounts property. The truck was just Mrs. with his parents Mr. and Parker. Just prior 'to their departure Judy and Clyde ,Wainwright;', Billy Tuesday.:

i kept, and family expenditures are balanced against the generally messed up. and the C. A. Crosby. I Mr. and Mrs. Parker, had Stahlar, Ruth and Jo Anne Leo, W. E. Hammack and Mr. Williams
are W C. returned I
1V load of bananas was beginning Crosby to his as additional guests for' severs.days Elizabeth Ann Prevatt, Etlvin, .were transacting business
I anticipated income. to take a stroll In the direction home here after'' a short business Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Prevatt Pat, and Lorraine' Priest. David i In Jacksonville last Tuesday.
( Let's say a family receives $300 a month. Suppose the of Mrs. R.' S. Fernandez's home trip to West Virginia. I and their son. C.' A.Jr., of Tampa I Browning, Qulnelle Smith Con -
comes each month in the form of three bank draftsof Miss. Marie Edwards. of Jacksonville Mr. and Mra. J. A. Bouvltr. The W, M., U. of the Lawtey
money I went over In the early hours arc nie, Jackie, and Dean Harley: ,
,"h $100 each. Out of that income, the family provides for of the morning and began snapping wasvisiting her mother,I IMra. making an extended stay In BlowIng Bonnie Starling. ,'Adel ,and Hoyt Baptist Church met at the homeof rat.sUlrDOMI
Lottie Edwards, Mrs. Fred Moore last Tuesday.. a.
I its needs. photo. There were quitea afternoon. Saturday Rock North Carolina with Starling and Jimmie Thompson, The School Board at its regular

;, Just imagine that the income arrives one day short a few by-standers Investigatingthe Forest Crosby of Miami I Mr. and Mrs. 3. R. Bouvler.jr' o' end' the honor""" guest. Assisting meeting last Tuesday, set the dI0
affair (human nature la like was! Miami who are summer resident/ Mrs. Wainwrlght with' the
) hundred dollars young
visiting his parents Mr, and Mrs. opening date for the Lawtey:
4 Almost any one can picture what it would mean to a that) 'and In the midst of them C. A. Crosby over the weekend. :'of the resort. Mr. and Mrs. Bou- people were Mrs. H. C. Wainwrlght. Junior' High School for Aug. 2.

1 family to have its income cut to two-thirds of what it shouldbe. was a "source' to whom all were Miss Velita Hodges, E. W vler.sr. went to Blowing Rock .Mrs. Hubert Priest and. i Mr. and Mrs. H. C.' Kelly and
4 the listening. (A source Is one "In Saturday In their car, having Miss, Marguerite Wainwright.
And any one with only average intelligence can see Hodges and Miss Doris Hodge's two sons Wendell'' and David
I analogy between a family and a town each must havemoney witness.the know"--on) authority or eye of Jacksonville were visiting their Bouvier been joined.jr. in Starke by J. A WSCS MEETING'' spent the; Fourth In North Carolina EVE!

to pay for what it needs. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hodges Members of the Methodist" visiting relatives.. Mrs. Kelly
4i;, Figure out then what happens to a town when one-third The source turned out to be over the weekend. Mrs. R. P. McLendon and sons, WSCS were Invited ,by Mrs. C. who spent the winter ,with, her
I i of its people's income is spent in other cities! It isn't a Del Slats, 'owner of the truck, Mr. and Mrs. John Shaw of Spanky and Tommie, are visiting Dinkins of Jacksonville to meet daughter returned to Florida' with
who hailed from La Crosse Mr. and Mrs. 3': T Cogdill In The
Minnesota andwho were ,
visiting Mr. and DOMI
"catch question" you are being asked to answer, nor a I with her last week. Mrs., Dinkins her son., tells ,
;, J fictitious problem. A recent business survey made the was riding the truck when Mrs. Mann Sunday afternoon.L. Knoxville, Tennessee. Is a member of the Lawtey The Qriffls brothers I of Maxwell when ICIoI( I It lea,1
the accident occured. C. Kelley and' Mr. Miss Helen Whitfield ha> .IIpen' -
and Mm. ( Tie ..
small cities of this Church but has been in are' loll|| DOMI
country living
Store in
that in opening a Grocery '
startling discovery many II.
Cliff Kelley and this week. at Kingsley Lake with ....
I children of Wildwood .11 l| l4!
; one-third of the entire income of the population is spent about"Hey you, says Del, "what were visiting friends and Mr. and ) rs. Emory 'Townsend. Jacksonville for aeveral'year.... I Lawtey on the'''Corner, In the .... ..re.l! I..i.It Ih., MiMI, \*! I
\\It i saving me some pictures The hostess was assisted In store vacated the Fh
i out of town! when relatives here over the weekend. of Ralford. recently by Maces. |Tar J,,, ,, '
1 How much better off we would all be !If we would keep I you're through with them. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long and Following recent! 'Intermittentvisits entertaining 'by her daughter,' Lawtey Ten Cent' Store They If DOMI I| de.?,,II
can pick them itr
,up on my next Mrs. H. L. Cotton. Those availing expect to a complete' line M. .. Tea.
ever before us that this is OUR town. It belongs to us. It's trip through." daughters! were visiting Mr. and with Mr. and'Mrs. 'J: L.; carry KNOW ,-
welfare is our welfare. It's prosperity means betterment for Mrs. Gene Long and daughter, Williams, Mrs. Homer" Marks. themselves of the hospitality of of groceries. ,ere .1. whee, rev ..
"Sure, says I. "drop by the Mrs. Dinklns were Mrs A. H. 'j The. City has had the Park and U tell Jars .",.4 .IN
Ann
; ourselves and our families' When we deal with our home Mary at Klngsley'Lake over Mrs. Neuman Marshall and Mlaser DOMI ""..
.$ newspaper office. the weekend.. Harley, Mrs., L. H. Hill, Mrs. Mae some of the streets cleaned up In
in dealing with our- Barbara Marks and Mar- j .
town merchants we are, reality, only Joyce'
"Are you positive it'll be there Wells, Mrs. ,Mary Dinkins Mrs. ,I I the past week. There it more to
\11 Mr./and Mrs. L. L. Mall have returned to their homes 0.i a
elves.U Parker Mr. 5.
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J. when I get back, he shouted Effie Miner 'Mrs..0. W Roberts, be done. If the'citizens will help w. M,_
.'J.f, ., ... o. ..e is I walked away. i, and 'Mrs. V. V. Hazen. Mr andMrs. In Apalachlcola and ''Mr. Hermar Mrs. H.., C. Kelly Mrs.1, 'T," L.I\ keep the town clean it will help A."b.
J. rwra
T.
So wells,' Mr. and Mra. Hayes to her home In East Point
: "Yep," cried I. "It's been Wainwright and Mrs:> R. W. the appearance: ;.of'our town and + i ides,..Ia
1 1Co Rich McDavid and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. ?
In And See Our Line of New there since 1877, and I '* < Mr. !. Armstrong Motley, Sr. I I
pec R"nrv... n. ....n. A_' "A" ..._ HL people passing through may .be MU HOTHBi
1\1o, ,. .n. MVT.VI*< vujvjrvu me vtn or Dover'and Mr. and Mra. Howard
It'll be there while '
a longer.1He : Induced to with Let's Mlax..O.yas
and of July at Keystone Heights.Mr. I Armstrong of Seffner spent' Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts atop us.
laughed did I.
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so
BICYCLES keep our town clean!;
i But that tent the end of Del .. and Mrs. Mick ,Tylman 'of the 'Fourth of July weekend with spent the Fourth1of July with r
The Lawtey.,,MYF attended
} Slats. The Telegraph received a Gainesville and Mra. Reese Carlton Mr. and Mrs. R. S.: Rosier ,Mrs, Mrs. Roberts' father, J. H. Tatum, 11to'
} ;; "1 Now on display at our store letter from the youngish fellow enjoyed' Sunday at Jacksonville Rosier and her. guests ,visltec'mutual n DeLand. "<: ( ---- ,

ket' TERMS TO SUIT this week. Said he: Beach. relatives In Alachua'; ant1 Mrs. E. M. Futch and son PHONE
Mrs.' L. A. Gainesville Sunday.Announcements : Floyd were visiting relatives In 1983
U "I wish there :was some way Mott and children
1 ALSO USED BICYCLES AND that you could publish my appro. Sandra, L. A., and Jackie, enjoyed from Mr. and Macclenny during the weekend. I I.

:: ,IS BICYCLE REPAIRS elation to all of the many people a few day. at Lakeland. Mrs. Lyle A. Noland 'ot Orlando Sgt. and Mra. Simmons of Dr. U. G. Turner
; .. there who did so much to helpme. with Mrs. Motfs slater, Mrs W. tell of the birth of, theIr little Cherry, Point, N. C. were guestsof '

Z The mayor. the police officer, Summers.Mr daughter Meredith Ann on June Rev. and Mrs. Ballard "Wilson ,I L 'DENTIST. ,

,j'( and so many of the citizens were and Mrs BUI Bryan andy 25, 191S. Before her. marriageMrs. during the weekend.' I r....
831'i\ W.
.. Noland Mrs. Nell Hlggins and s ?. 1'ohenltfGalnes1Be'
Luella sons
OUTSOAMO MOTOm.t so kind to me. Never In all m children of Gainesville and Mr. was Davis I
'*' <;:11'-: traveling (and I have been all I and Mrs. Douglas Hardy and daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. A.' .C Oaye and Sonny 'of Daytona I j ,

: over the U. S.) have I met such children of Hampton, and Mrs. Davis Seach were guests of Mr. andMrs.
{: &BAKERu. friendly helpful people. .I want Attle Hardy of Gainesville all Mr. and Mr. R. W, Brsnnen, .' Will Edwards last Saturday. '"
i BIGGS every one of them to know how enjoyed the 4th of July with Mr. Mr and Mrs. Bryan 'Whltftelr' Friends of Mrs. O. V, Lee will I

very much I appreciate It'" and Mrs. J. E. Hardv and daughter and. Mrs. R. D.' Whltfle'd were be pleased to know that she la
Starke Fla. '
105 W. Call St.
,i You might call that ene of, the Janet. Janet celebrated' her supper,I guests of< respective relatives home after undergoing a serious R. B. Alvarez
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t --.- - - good aspects of our little com first birthday anhlv rsr.I'Y. .: and friends (In Jackson- operation at Riverside 'Hospital. ,

\ .';I munity. Miss Madge .*Bloss of Trentenwas 'i,vllle, Saturday '. .1. Mrs. J. ?of, Edwards and son

'.:E, visiting her parent Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. P. D.. 'Francheritr. Jimmy are spending this. weekat .

JULYMIDSUMMER I was discussing the weather, Mrs. Wilson Russ over the week are spending' their r vacatlor Daytona Beach. Mr. Edwardswill Transfer & 'Storage Co
f with "The Sun Always Shines" end. near Hendersonville,,North Carolina. join them later. Mr.1; and Mrs.
pfl Conner of the Chamber of Com- Miss Betty Jo .s Edwards and Jimmy have been "-
Miss
Crosby "
:? SALE 'nerce the other day, and.ln walksa Elaine Crosby Miss Ann Crosby, During the past week Mr. and the guests of Mr Edwards' par- AGENT FOR DELCHER BROS.
Mrs. A.C. Davis ents, Mr. and Mra. Will Edwards.here. ,
t woman wanting to borrow Miss MarcIa Kay Hazen. Miss! and children '
three bucks to take her sick Mary Frances Haien. Miss Yvonne| Joyce and Clifton. visited, Mr. Moving and Phone 9105
tr r BEGINS FRIDAY JULY 9 baby to a doctor. The feverish Hnrrell. Miss Annette Green, and and Mrs. Lyle A. ,Noland In Or Rev. Ballard Wilson was A
i little one appeared pretty 111. Mis-. Jackie .Green enjoyed last.lando., business visitor to Gainesville last .. We Operate Local and Long
The week" at the Mr.., and Mrs. H. M.. Wednesday. .
mother said that the Health 4-H Club camp on Richardeand tance. Also Hauling Any*he
Clinic" couldn't see the baby on Cherry Lake near Madison. their children, .Jane and Henry Miss Mary Rivers of Green
r BARKSDALE'SSTORE that particular day of the week, Miss Judy Harrell is, spending ,.' anA at the Kingsley Lake Cove la the guest of Miss. Ann Starke City Limits.

but a telephone call to the Clinic the wenekewtiithehergradmother" ,, I home of' Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Carter this week. SEE US FIRST
revealed how wrong she was. I Mr....n. .. ._.. ......"". Rltch. During their absence Mrs _Miss Jacky Harley Is the guest '
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thought she was, for If Clinic ,, Miwi Mary Virginia Bellman o t Rlcharde Norman of Jacksonville
I personnel Isn't in the other two, Worthington Is spending a wee x'ls'' here 'with her mother, Mrs

counties (Union and Clay) they with her uncle end aunt, Mr, amMr ,,1 I A.. M. Richarde,
are responsible for, they would *. J. K. Douglas. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North,
not turn a thing like that down. We are glad to welcome. Mr, Mrs. Nelle Beavers and Billy'
14 f The medical profession doesn't and Mrs. Faulkner and son? Raymond North spent Saturday at Jackson- People Like Coke
: : j Children's Sandals Ladies Blouses hold Its present position In society of Miami, Into our commun villa Beach. ,

by simply resting on Its oars. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hundley
1 1i 1* Lot at only ________ 95c I Lot at only ______ 1.98 Lucian (the Chamber executive ity.Mr.. and Mrs Z.. W. Hamiltor 1'' of Draper North Carolina; and

: I 1 Lot at only __ ___ 1.98 I Lot at only _____ 2.95( ) and I speculated on what the spent the weekend with Mr, Ham Mrs. Reese Bradley and Bona

.' J. I Lot at only .?,._ 2.49 1 Lot at only ____.__ 3.95 J baby needed moot (milk), arid we ilton's father In Palmetto. 1 Clinton and Jack Wayne, ands Where Won

.', L iMi at only I .___ 2.95 j made the vile assumption that Mr. and MM. Sanford Hick Miss Mildred: Hundley of Jacksonville : They
I I t I Lot at only ______ 3.95 the family spent the needed ,,f Stsrke were visiting her parents came SaturdaY' to visit Mr. ':.
,"it,I. sI Ladies Shorts 1.95] milk funds for other things. But Mr and Mrs. Gent Stokes,, and Mrs. W. H.: Williams. All <";. ',: ... ..
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I ,' 1: we surely can't visit the sins of Saturday afternoon. these visitors were former Stated :.; ,

:. Children's. the old upon the helpless bodies Everyone Is Invited to (Farm residents, Mrs. Bradley and :. :-.
Ladies Slips of the young. the Brooker Baptist Church services .1| the boys and Miss Hundley re- -
I" PLAY SHORTS But what got to worrying me every Sunday. The morning I' turned home Monday while tits ': .
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4 I I Lot at only ______ 1.49 la what we would have done t If services each Sunday are: Sunday and Mrs. Hundley "remained fore .",., .
i, { t Lot at only ________ 65c. I Lot at only ______ 2.29 \ Dr. Covington of the Health Clinic school, 10:00:: a. m.: Preach longer stay t ... ,..... !:': -
I I 11 1 Lot at only .____ 1.49 I Lot at only __..___ 2.95 had been performing dutiesin 'ing. 11:00: a. m.! B. T. U., 7:30: Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Stafford ; "i"\ '"' .: '"
other counties. And then, too, p. n.: Preaching, 8.00; p. m. were hosts at an out-door 4th ( '.
I know' that the clinic Is not Cecil Davies of Jacksonville i of July dinner at their' home. .

f Boy's Shorts Suits 'Ladies' Panties 49c: equipped nor prepared to do all spent the weekend here with hla i1' Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. ,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. DavlesVf .
types of medical work. And Red J. R. Young! and children of
11.Lot at only .. .--- 98c Cross cannot handle all classifications and Mrs. J.W. Kelly were Jacksonville. },fl'. and Mrs. Albert .

.R' 1 Lot at only ___ 1.49 Ladies Skirts j of cases-It had certain Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Nora Sapp, Stafford and children of Raiford. .S r

I'' Lot at only __ ___ 1.98Children's requirements for welfare Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mr and Mrs. Elzie Stafford. Mr
) j jI work. Where would the woman Markeyand and Mra. C. L. Hayes and Ir
::f t'Lot at 1.98 baby not
only __ ___ Mrs. Rosa Plrholster mad abUAlnl'1I
1 Lot at only ______ 2.98 j have turned? trip to Tampa Friday. of Sanderson Bushnell. Ervin Stafford of'
, I got a second-hand rumor and A. D. Peacock
* WillUton '
Mrs
,If I Mary Keen of a
that Bradford County has some of Hellbron Springs.Mr. .,
.. Is visiting I
J) ; relatives here.
SWIM SUITS board. Intendto and Mrs. Johnnie g
"J Ladies' Dressest sort of Welfare I Mr. and Mrs. Everette Padgett Outlaw
I
bit. If It exists and their two
'I'f Investigate a recently moved from Brooker daughters of Hague tits
t Lot at only ________ 79c does It have funds? If It has thigh were visitors of Mr and Mrs. C.D. n
::1t? ''t l Lot at only _- __ 1.29 Lot at only ______ 1.98 funds: does It have personnel? make their Springs home., when Mr.they will Sellers and of Mr. and Mra. PS

!! | 1 Lot at only _______ 1.39 I Lot at'only ____. 2.9SI If It has funds and personnel, i Is employed there. Padgett Crews Sunday and Monday.
Lot at only ___?..? 3.9: why Isn't It In active operation? Mr. and Mrs. Harry War of I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallacespent
Lot at only ______ 4.98 If It has funds, personnel. and laIn I St. Petersburg are visiting Mrs.

Children's Pajamas operation, why Isn't It publicized Ware's mother, Mrs. W. M. Har'' the Fourth of July holiday.
? with relatives in Jacksonville.Mr. .
1.19Children's All Other Dresses I If it lacks publicity, that (la rellWe_ are sorry to report that and Mrs. J.' R. Chasteen

,iv one Item I can furnish-for free I Ie Paul; Faulkner Is very III. and we had as their supper guests Mon.
i y Latest Styles Just e wish .him a speedy recovery day Mrs. Harry Hammerschmidt a
t The local American Legion post and her son, Jack Bush, of Jack.
Received '
Dresses is considering establishing a veterans Chamber Secretary sonvllle Beach. -

' I Job placement bureau, so I
t Lot at only _______ 1.49 20 Percent OFF i i heard the first of this week. The Attends N. C. MeetSix Mrs. C. E. Stahl of Dana, In. _

plan la to have a file of veteranson dlana Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. ,,- ------
hand with their abilities and days of Intensive\ short C. M. Turney. Other visitors of -- '"'
Children's Men's Work Shoes preferences outlined. The post Is courses In the schools of their! Mr. and Mrs. Turney for thee ,

2Pc. Sun Suits 3.95 & 4.95 to call a meeting of nearby employers were Southeastern part of Institute the program of th j I holidays were Mr. and Mrs. John it 9 9y

ask ,their aid, and thereafter Lucian meet which' P. Turney and children of 'Jack. idyl J"oH

i. I Lot at only -_____ 2.39Ladies' keep In contact as to pos tary of Conner tile.Chamber executive of sec Corn re.j'I'[sonvllle. ;
sible openings for veterans
Men's Dress Shoes It.. tine erce. attended at Chapel Hill. N. T-Sgt. and Mrs.
a program, but would C. The J. R. --Jone
Institute 'I
was held
the post take a at th wand their daughters.. Linda
suggestion and
Sandals 5.95 & 6.95 University of North Carolina from
Don't restrict the bureau to Legion June 20 through 26 and wai for! Barbara, of Raiford, N. C. arrived
11 I" members only, as Is presently the benefit of Chamber I I Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs.
'Lot at only ______ 1.59 executive R. S.
planned. There'll be lot Rosier. Sgt. Jones
a returned !
1 Lot at only ______ 1.89 One of the highlights of the! /
Men's Dress Pants better response If all veterans period i I to Ft. Bragg Monday while Mrs ,
I Lot at only ______ 2.79 I lean I use the service. during which was the 43 recreation night,I!..Jones and the children: remained 11 t

11 Lot at only ______ 2.95 Values at 5.95 & 6.95 I myself, have never seen fit sang "Florida" and Florida delegates I for a longer visit /

''l Lot at only ______ 3.49 ''to I join the outfit, mainly because River" and then tossed"Suwannee handfuls rk
of some of Its national Mr. and Mrs.
policies.It of oranges to the other delegate. Dave Thornton.
Men's Polo Shirts wouldn't help m.tter.1' If While at the meet, Conner Dewey Thornton and their visitor,
Ladies' Nylon Hose .1 'the I local post refused a needed took several short courses in G arld Brannen of Lake City, .
1 Lot at only ______1.49 yet available, service. Other boys Membership and Finance. Indus spent Saturday night with Mr. ated4or

ll Lot at only _______ 98c 1 Lot at only ______ 1.191 |1 I are in the. same.state of. mind. trial Activities. .Agricultural Ac and Mrs) S. B. Carrol >In Lake it either fD lolls
t tivities, and Public' SpeaJdlng. Butler and Sunday with MA and .1.
I I My profuse apologies to' the Besides Mrs. L. trade-markt mean tht '
I a number of other lec 1 L. Thornton in Archer.: tamt thing.
BIG REDUCTION Big' Reduction On citizens of Starke for mlscoloring tuna, he heard Earl O. Shreves. Jimmie ChaatMn and Mrs.
j the City's new Police Patrol Wagon president of the V.S. Chamber of J. W. Lee of Atlanta. Georgia senile UNDII AU'"OI.fY.

|On BATHING Suits Men's Sport Shirts in the news story last week. Commerce, speak to the group. weN with Mr. and Mrs J. R. STARKE O. nl COCA.CO' COMPANY IT
ILL Instead of blue, it's green and Is Mrs. Conner accompanied her Chaatecn for the Fourth of July .v COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
my face red! husband. weekend.
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/ ? You are not helping your town when you buy from a mail-order catalogue ::' : ;


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After he hAd made out his mallorderfrom I
.,/.,7 '' i',r t_ ,,.*** this summer by keeping a resolution a big catalogue a carpenter took !j. t., ,
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: -+ .p It to a home-town store. "JIm," he said ; .
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to the tore-koeper.. "thena are things I R
S to do all your buying in I local I stores, need. Get them for me ;'lease" I II'
The surprised merchant exclaimed, "But I Ii ,' : I Ir '
and to urge others to do so, too. The
you've been "
's dealingdirectly with this u I, I
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..+. ..... .'- ... money spent here will help you, your "Yon., and a fool I've been'to do It. You b 1 f .' : 1 '
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can sell the
4 -: tuff to me at catalogue 'I I i I'' I
friends, and all the town. price,you make a little, profit. That I"" i
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+' upend right here .une ;
K w --..- r some of It to help make up the salary. !'l
--w EIJRIGHr'' you pay my daughter who clerks for ''f''
you
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"I've been a big/ fool, Jim, to send my ,I. : '
dollars to a city store to pay the. wagesof I i I! r
BE LOYAL TO YOUR HOME TOWN Home other guy's, girl." I I I

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Spend Your Money In STARKE .




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this message urging the people of this community to shop in local stores is sponsored byj :- '
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DENMARK Starke TAXI Service''b G. J. McGRIFF Harley F. StrongJEWELER fro

Nile General; Electric Products "
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Furniture Co. Phone Day or '
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Supply ,}'.., .':, t AUTO SUPPLY i Jt.%j:," TYUS J f" I
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STUMP'SDepartment :. I E. T. SHULL ": *" Iy Chas. C. SHEPHERD ,
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Store, : Plumbing Heating I j
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The Store of Values ... 'J. ,'.. i aY. :, I
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\ :'::'j" '.v" ,r. r H. A. Manassa, Owner :..fJ/i. :' .. WESTERN AUTO {. .; SETZER'S SUPER STORES \
, FLORIDA'BANK '';':' ':I Associate Store ? '.
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At Starke /r r A &PFood .., J. I. JaudonOwnu.o', ,' .ti
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Member F. D. I. C.BRADFORD.' / .:! Store + : / .tj
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1. INSURANCE ''::;, :. I I 1..//i// ., Ed Simpson, Jeweler ,
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! MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET ) ';.. :Clothing for Infants and Children Mrs. Mike Maruca ;. HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & I ; ,: i
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t SAM ROSENBERG f! <%* ,>, SUPPORT T''S TOWN ',i I' I SLADE GAS CO. '

/ We Buy and Sell Furniture I:,1I-.tJ.,J l,' ...' .# '..- ., .,,:,; ." r
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'to y -< SPEND ) tJR MONEY HERE "i'\1' \ r :
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'r{ 'S. R. JOHNS, .-' '..',R ., :' ".<. f i I J. P. ROBERTS. MOTORS
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STARKE BUILDERS
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TEIEGRAFH. 8TIRKE. FLORIDA FlUD1'. JL

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'4 4r Marriage Of Interest Methodist Group REPORT: OF CO- ITIOV uF"FLORID" I l (not Including' subordinated -
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BANK AT STARK K*' obligationshown :IL

r "t' : SOCIETY and CLUBSOffice Enjoys Swim PartyAt FLORID Or !4TARKR AT M THE TUB CLOSE STATE; OK OP. below) 1.092.882\4/I State at Florida "', .blrt D1"'4,

,> Kingsley LakeThe Utelves" 0JTK 3tt, taw Capital A........ County Sworn col Bradford, II'
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Gladys Mooty Residence Af.I Capital* 25.000.0C m. t h I.at 71h And day ItbsrrlA.d I
bone 29 Editor Phone Si E. L. Matthews cottage o n I Caah balance with other Surplus 150,000 0 an and officer r her.by oe "..rlily that sl I,.

..' .. .. Kingsley Lake was the scene ,of bank.. Including reserved Undivided.. profit Hfft.fa (HEAL director Cf IA,:.
IA .. balancei,aad cash items Ke* rve (and retirementaccount :
::1" a delightful swimming party an fur preferred. 1\(1' A.IIola... -
eomm'lf"'on' esp
la of collection 17S.H1.04 "
Fourth 4'A # weiner roast Thursday afternoon' praeeM capital) _17.46353: 1919. rl J PI
fcTwo q WSCS Circles AnniversaryFeted United States GovernmentobUcatlona. """"' I)
( of last week, for the twelve-year- direct and TOTAL CAPITAL,. AC- 'I -
On By John Adams COUNTS I f-
206.906
Hold Meetings old members of Mrs. Matthews cuaranteed 1810031.00 xrCOU'YT1IT
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:Methodist Sunday School class. Obligation of State and TOTAL L.I ABILITIES I CERYY': FLOIUD.I'
AfternoonCircle C
Tuesday Little John Adams celebrated political mibdlvlilon 145,90233Loans AND "-APITA AC.eOLNTS ..
After an enjoyable afternoon oswimming and dlxrounta. (Inc Amands. Jeffrias Plllntlrt
his fourth birthday anniversaryWednesday 2.299,769 ,
'One, of the Methodist the young group roast- I .ding "34.13 over- +Thl bank's capital con- 8560 O"'ndilli.No. (
afternoon of last we..kwhl'n ] 1mft>>> 218,24291Dunk Rlnt ofCommon -
WSCS met at the home of :Mrs. ed weiners and marshmallorv premises owned $7.18567 .- ORDER OF Pl'
hU parents, Dr: and Mm A&w& tock with tot.1par AND NOTICR'r Lr'ATIO
afternoon furniture a 11 dtIxturea value of U ,OOO.Oo
W. B. Sewell Tuesday H. H. Adams entertained 25 of over an oak log fire. 12,1145,82 10,181,29Other Jeffries STATE' OF FLORIDA. APPII to ::
beautifully :
The Sewell home waa this event Florence axReU 10,23085 Me.or..da resid.nre ,
his little friends at a swimming Enjoying were Street Camden II: JhI
\10 decorated with arrangements of AlHota pledged or assigned You New fen.,..
Brown, Anne Greasier, Thom- ,
party. TOTAL ASSETS J.JS9,76943! to "
secure liabilities
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AUllru..t 9.394wIII, .
varl-colored zinnias. I |In thelatwte m
as Smith, Judy Green Ernestine and for other purponcjn 121.498.81ab1 Court' .
at I The scene of the delightful par- b Llabllltlm and Cause, n
xd Mrs. O. L. Haynes presided opened ty was the Dell cottage on KingsIcy Bryat Tommy Slade, and Mary Demand drpoilta of Indl- S' L.. Jr. Cashier the Telegraph leek. divorce. Bradlord wh.r.'n' PI,
which C
was "k'b shall
the meeting '
Beth Lane members of the class. vldualH. par tnerihlp v named 1t. do solemnly In publish
Lake. The porch where re- next four I
't with the Lord's Prayer. The local and corporation, 1,133,272155Time swear that the above Statement la I Witness weeklyh.ua
freshments were served, was decorated Other guests were Ronnie Patray deposits of Individual true and that It fully and 1 hand And
offering was J3077. pledges were with many varied'colored Vivian Hazen, Jimmy Rowe and *, partnership, andcorporations represents the true slats correctly of the S 1848 Starke. 'Iorld&, till/
83,801.711D..po..ltll
A f 1335 This, month Circle One places balloons The table was covered EdWard Welgand. of United(Including State.Government and several set matters forth to herein the beetot contained my A.IOFFIC1AT.Clerk of SEA esid(.)Court A. J. 'Ib

flower. in the church and are with a blue and white birthday; postal. navlng-n) 88.17.84 Correot knowledge-Atte.t and: belief.S. L. Peek" Jr. 'I f 1prings Rivera' .a Anderson, (J r"t
( ,l."l handled by Mrs W. H NoUman.'t cloth centered with a white cake Junior Women Met Uepo.ite litical Hubilivliilon of State and po- 188.388..9 W,' P. Smith, Attys. for Fla I'lf. .
Mrs A. F. Sauls, Mrs J. B. Cottrell with a blue boat embossed on the Other dcpo"lti (certified. -- --_. 7 f IIII
I Thursday Evening and officer check,
W. O. Halle. top. "
and Mrs.
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Mrs J. R. Hill gave the devotional Assisting Mrs. Adams In caringfor : The Junior Woman's Club met ftf) DKPOSITS $2.084.061)03 12,926.29TOTAL II 11111 I ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing t-
Other llabllltle 8,798.41TOTAL
the little guests were Mrs.Harold '
her "pray- 0' Establishci i
It using as topic rhursday evening of last week at 1894
Wall. Mrs. Juanita Phil- y __ _
: IAPILiTIES
', ers of the Psalmist" ,I. 1 1 the Club House. Plans were madeto T
lips, Mrs. Helen Van dorder, MWu _
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I A delicious Ice course with waf +, 'r1 "< 1 have an Informal dance at the
Sharon Hall and Miss Kate Struth. 1 '
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K ers was served by the hostess Club House on Thursday evening
w John was the recipient of many ..:, ;fir
assisted by Mrs. Florence Brown, -t July 22, with Mrs Vernon Sllcox
lovely presents from his little .. All ,BrandsMarshmallows
co-hostess to the 12 members and lUeatLIr chairman.The .

one visitor present. for the evening
Mr. and Mrs. Lraton C. Morgan, Jr., program
lb' 1 .r whose marriage was an consisted of Miss Virginia Sewell '
L. :Matthews event of Juno 16. Mrs. Morgan I..* the former e
*'* Circle Two met at the summ home of Mrs. E. on Mlxs Marie McKinney, singing several songs, accompanied -
KIngsley Lake Tuesday afternoon. laughter of Mr. and Mrs", Melvin McKinney of Starke.Photo on the piano by Miss Louise

iiis iii Assisting Mrs. Matthews as co- ,( _by Hollywood Camera 1& Gift Shop). Stern. .
Mrs. Charles
hostesses were ,- -
Hostesses at this meeting were
Oakes and Mrs. Claude Barton.
The home was decorated for the Methodist ReceptionAt Bob Smith EnjoysAnniversary' Mis Barbara Cameron Miss Virginia / 10-OZ. I

>> t occasion with arrangements of Church HonorsMr. Bishop! ,Sewell Jr.PATIENTS. and Mrs. H. A. CELLO BAG 15
1., PartyBob
4} 1 All roses and varl-colored gardenflowers I IScott's
-I I and Mrs. Hill
t tIi' Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs ADMITTEDTO
Mrs. F. H. Long chairman presided -I Many Methodist Church Junius M. Smith celebrated hi* a SIIADYCREST Toilet
members -
River
Iif over a short business eea- Brand Rice 3 Ibs. 51
sixth -
and other friend. took the birthday anniversary Wed- -
i Patients TISSUE ,
f : .Ion.' Mrs. L. W. Koch led a chain. admitted to the Shady-
nesday afternoon
opportunity Wednesday night with a swim
which discussion on crest Hospital this week were:
after a

!' r I: Straw era the prayer of third the chapter Bible" of waa"Oreat given.Pray Mrs. Mrs.June J.30 R., to Hill meet, the the new Rev.MethodIst and- KIngsley party at Lake.Following the. Dell cottage on, Mrs.Smith R.John L. Shaller Edw. Rosier, Mrs, Isabel Edna 2 for 2Ic lona Peas (sweet) No.: 2 can I II

and his at lovely
wife
pastor a -
a delightful swim the .
1Pm W. E. Middleton concluded the Fernandez, Donald Strickland,
\ ; program with a prayer.; reception held In their, honorat children were served refreshments LaVerne, Farrlsh, all of Starke
{\ During the afternoon Mr. J. W. the Methodist recreation build- of see cream and cake. The Clara Whiteslde of Keystone Orange Juice 12 6-oz. cans 4 4JIM !

White gave an interesting Im- Ing.The three-tiered birthday cake was Heights and Murl Dykes of Lake
promptu talk on Missionary Workin I building was beautifully decorated with six blue candles.' Geneva. DANDY
Turkey decorated with ferns and colorful Favors were ballon and bubble: Scott'sTOWElS' ISO's -1 I!

A delicious salad course was zlnnas roses and marigolds. gum. I BIRTHS GRITS ,,
Hats served buffet style to the 14 mem- Punch and cake were served to
I ,Mr. and Mrs. William McPeakof
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'" #:. bers P. ,.. punch the many bowl guesU was placed present.on a lace The Mrs. Effie Johns born Starke July ,1.a son, David Terqy 5lbs. 41c Bisquick, 2 Ibs, 8 oz. pkg 4!

1 '\ cloth and the table was attractively Gives Fish Fry
11! presentAtR decorated with fern and zinnias Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur W. Par-
r. ; rish of Worthington Springs a
J, Mrs Effle Johns celebrated her
daughter Beverly Dianne, born
'i Several songs were sung by birthday anniversary on July 4th TALCO
FEEDS
r.;, ,: PANAMAS TARKB fL-:. : the guests as Mrs B. K. Ferryman by giving a fish fry at LochlooeaSprings. July 2.Mr. DEXO.SHORTENING..,
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and Mrs. Fred Starling of
:1W accompanied on the piano,
: ; LEGHORNS and Miss Virginia Sewell was Among those present at the Starke a daughter Carolyn Elizabeth Scratch Feed, 25_ Ibs. l.d
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Sun. Mon. July, 11 n born July 4.'Mr. .
"ff: heard in several solo number enjoyable event were Mrs. Mena

"'> I' Greeting the guests at the McCrutcheon Mr. and Mrs. J. and Mrs Donald 'Martln, 3 Ik 1.17 Laying Mash, 25 Ibs. '.. -- 1.4J
tt The Homestretch i door were Mrs. W.. L. Blair Mrs J. Grow,' and Mr. and' Mr :' L. of Starke a son, Wlllard\ Donald,

III, L. Mrs C. Smith, all of Jacksonville, Mr. born July 0.
,. I D. Vining E. K. Perry. Growing Mash, 25 Ibs. 1.4
'.r't\ Cornel Wild, Maureen' O'Hara man and the Rev. and Mrs J. R. and Mrs. F. W. Webb of Haw -
Hill., ,Mrs. F. H. Long and Mrs. thorne, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Lindy Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Schill of
:'t', News Thin Is America ot Tampa are the house guests of Starting Mash, 251bs. .---s. l lBroiler 1,4
High Mr.
O. L. Haynes served refreshments Springs and Mrs. Baker's Extra

.M t'It \ rT Tue*,- July IS v I charge of arrangements for the: Mr, aad'Mr., 11:. ..A. Winkler, of'. KIngsley Lake. COCONUT4oz. s., -.. -

t : reception, which was planned t fitarke.' ;. Entertaining young guests byMar I -,to .e *.
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Jointly by the Womana Societyof Mrs. Smith was assisted in Harold C. Wall. White House "'

J..1; Steve Brodto. Audrey Long Christian Service and the -, 18c .
K Board of Stewards MILK3Tall
\ Also News A Comedy I'

I' Wed. Thur. July 14.1A Griffis Homecoming STANDARD AUTOMATICWASHERS Cans42

:: DOUBLE FEATURE Held July Fourth BENDIX SUPER RITE QUAUTY MEATS


,IT'S AWonderful A homecoming to long remem-
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: 2. ber was that given on July 4th Down Payment 19.99 Smoked''' PICNIC -
,tJt'J Life PRICE I 99 95 lb. 49c Ann Page
," at the S. L.'Orlffls home In Union Balance Easy Terms
County. Mr. Griffis, 82, had with
Ja*. Stewart, Dona Reed ',r..l.- __. Halve Or, WholeTenderized .
atI him most of hie children grand- -- Salad Dressing
And -
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children and great-grandchildren HAMS lb. 65c
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Ii,,,' Hat t Box Mystery ,green Including, Mr.: Mr.and and Mr.Mrs.Dean Levy Oriffts W., Hot Point Quality Washer PORK .1 67cOur

PRICE / Mr. and Mrs. Malnes Grlffla, Mr J CHOPS' Ib 45c qt. '
Offer :3 ,
Jenkins gentle positive
Tom Neal Pamela Wanning .
J.1 and Mrs. L. Green and grand ,
Actions v
7.F' Also News children Mr. and Mrs Ell Thomas .
While They LastAlvarez Tub emptied mechanically In 2 NECK BONES, Ib .
Fri. Sat. July 16 17 and family, Mrs. Braslel end 17c
DOUBLE FEATURE family, Mrs. Hattie Bell Tennel minute .
-'"-"' Tnruble-free service 4 Smoked Own Tea |
and family, Mr and Mrs. Clinton only moving
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and Mrs. Mallle Mrs. parts
: JEWELS OFBRANDENBURGt Jones BACON SQUARES lb. Half Pound
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'.J Bat Griffis and family Mr and Selective pressure wringer with safety 33

t .{ Mrs Delbert Green and family release 49c
Mr. and Mrs. Russell O'Berry, pressed 3r: DrawnFRYERS

t Richard Tarvln, Carol Thurnton Mr. and Mrs. L. Howard, Mr. Lint Price Down Payment lb. "

1 ..AndRIDIN' tndd Mrs. Mallle Jones Mr. 129.95 13.00 a69c tI

tfHM 1 THE J Berta Forsyth, Mr. and Mr. Everett A..
; Parrish, and Mrs. Netta USE OUR BUDGET PLAN Headless WHITINGS lb. : 26c
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LONG TRAIL Maruca. .- 25 Ibs. lona
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Est. 1894 With Bob Steel Fresh MULLET Ib Plain or Self RisiFLOUR
]Baptist WMS MeetsAt I 25c

(.1r:li Aim Comedy Serial Register Home WIII3_ Hot I'oint Table Top

JI1., '.! : Haddock FILLETS, lb. . 35c .t,.
p!! Circle Three of the BaptU .M, Hot Water Heater II
Church met at the home of Mrs
Freeman Register Jr., Tuesday SO gallon capacity| with lO-yPar .
I Sultana FruitCOCKTAIL ___ ______
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VACATION SPECIALS I afternoon. Mrs H. L. Brownlee,, arnuity 1--
circle leader, presided over a short Magic Circle Heat
Dullness' session and with the Fibre GU. Insulation
eleven member. present welcomed* a I Fresh Fruits &
Keep water hot for :3 day with- Vegetables
WERE NOW the new member Mrs. !ol. W, Stevens. out re-heating No. 2 1.% Can tN

SWIM FINS 6.98 Into the Circle. The offerIng Red
a 9.98 O I Ripe I
: amounted to $17.25. List Prim Down Payment IM

I The devotional was led by Mrs. 41c I Watermelons, 28 lb. avg. : 55c |
BEACH BAGS -, 1.98 1.29 T. B. Harding. Matt 18, 23-33. 132.95 13.29 al

I;i eating Mr. M.article F. Hazen entitled gave' "Imaginethe an Inter VSE OUR BUDGET PLANsrJ 'Millie) Belle Peaches, 2 Ibs 25c\\ l'

WATER WINGS - 2.35 1.69 United Nations without *

Women". "How your prayers are - -- - -.. --- A&PPEARSNo.j21.2Can Golden BANANAS, 2 Ibs 23c I
BEACH answered" was given by Mrs. J.
PILLOWS Iceberg

' 9;, AND BLANKETS -. .- 5.89 3.98 E. During Futch.; the social hour the ) Hot Point Range (Halves) LETTUCE (60'.)".,. for 1 19c
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hostess assurted by Mrs. Freeman' !::JI I Model RB28 .. ,
'JI Register, Sr., served a delicious 43c '.": t)
{ I HORSE SHOE SETS 6.98 4.98 salad course. p Calrml fnlt" 5 Pascal Celery, 2 Ige. stalks : 15c ,
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The meeting wa closed with Heat Switch. -
led by Mrs' B. T. Thomas. II 1/1 4/ I Green PEANUTS '
LOAFER SEATS 3.39 2.49 prayer II.II ; Large size O'f'nIII lb. ,- 25c
III III
Automatic
__ oven control
Coke Party Honors \(.: .a Deep Well Cooker NIBLET CORN !Home Grown TOMATOES lb. 13c

RAIN CAPES 2.98 1.50 Mrs. Ferryman Jr. ;;':I Storage drawer for pots &: ,
/, 12-Oz Cans EGG '
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panse PLANT, Ib _ 9c
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BARBECUE:; GRILL 14.95: 8.95 at Miss a lovely Virginia Coco-Cola Sewell entertained party.Saturday ., face Light' at top'of rooking our- 2 for 35cI I CORN C

morning honoring Mrs. E.C. List (large ears), dozen 50c|
Down
Ferryman Jr of Bethlehem, Pay. ce
Pa. Colorful arrangement? of pas- 274.95 27.50USE I Cooking APPLES, 3 Ibs. 25c|

Farm Home & tel zinnias were used throughout
the Sewell home, on Walnut St. : OCR BUDGET PLAN '
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forming the effective decorations DozO.xydOI

for She occasion. & F
An Inpromptu musical was given A FOOD STOJ :
WINKLER SERVICEPhone Rinso
with Miss Louise Stern playing ELECTRIC rt

Auto Supply several piano selections and Mss! J.

Sewell. rendering two vocal seleolons. 166 Starke Fla. Large OWNED AND OPERATED'BY'THE.GREAT ATtA-v: a

ire W. B. Sewell assisted her It-n. Temple Ave. 33c TIC &: ACme TEA co. roe,

GUY ANDREWS daughter In serving the guests "' 300-302 E CALL ST. 1 FLJ
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day Miss and Garnita Hutto spent Sun- C. E. Moseley of Savannah Ga. Mr. and Mrs. H. K, Tyus re- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Crews- Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cottrell! of Mrs. May Dickens is vMttag' l
> Monday at

1 ITS of LOCAL NEWS -'J] Mrs.Beach T.as F. the Hutto guest and.01 Jacksonville Mr. and\ Lawson visited his recently.daughter. Mrs. Edward tahoochee tunred Wednesday where they from spent Chat.the and were two Sunday children guests of of Jacksonville 1>11'. and I Leesburg were weekend guest of I Mr. and Mr.. J. B. Fly in,Waldo \I I

d .. Mrs. family Dire Donnie Moore and Mrs. Fourth of July weekend with Mr Mrs. Warren Kelly. Mr. and )Ir.. W. B. Sewell. this week.

.U, Margaret Cobb and son Thelma Steele'''of Gaineavtlle'spent and Mrs H. H. Tyus. Their sons, Mr. and Mrs Fred C. Echerd I
Wallace Faulk Wayne
Alvarez spent the of Belle Glade Ii 1f
4th
arm Errol was the the weekend' with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
d Mrs[ weekend of July weekend at St. Tuesday guest of Mrs. D. W and Harold who have and children Steve and Anne of 1 'IIt.s..tt \
R last Augustine W. B. Mundy. Jr. at Kingsley been
guests ? visiting their aunt and uncle Jacksonville and Mr I
belt peele of Or.d visiting. friends. Moore. Lake.., and Mrs. CL..1.
lull Joe the past week returned to Starke James Echerd and IIf Del 4
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Miss Clara daughter Pat ,
I Calvin Johns haveas Faye Ward of Lake Mrs. Voncille Musgrove of New. with their YtI
parents. of
Libby and their'gueeta this week. Mr. and Butler was the guest of Miss ton Ga., visited her brother, Ed.' Jacksonville Beach spent the
L. Mr. and Mrs.
L. J. M. of
Wiggins Monday holiday with Mr.
and Mrs.
Irs. Juanita
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to'lav Burney Mrs. W. D. Sexton of Atlanta. Phillips on Wednesday. ward Lawson recently. '
Mae I
C d lIP Ida Atlantic Ga.. and Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark returned Mr. and Mrs R. F. Young Jacksonville were the weekend C. A. Putch. O. M. Slstrunk and 'f
from guests of Dr. and Mrs. B.Herlong Joe
M. Slstrunk
recently at Kingsley Lake.
spent a week's Hathaway and son Thurman, Jr. I .to their home In Miami on spent Friday and Saturday In r.
l ten tMY of Macon Ga. I Tuesday after spending several Ocala visiting Mrs. Young's par Mrs Ethel Biggs had as her

:Mrs.! Harold Ford of Cocoa was weeks with N. D. Wainwright Sr., ents. Mr. and Mrs S. R. Love. Mrs. Kate Shepherd .and son, weekend' guest Mrs Susie Griffino ,. V r '\

TR.\\ JUTS while Panama( they the weekend guest of her mother, and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright : Sonny Lawson is visiting his Edwin were In Ocoee for the .Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs Sid r Myth t I't

A II, J bait price Mrs Laura S. Powell. grandparents. and Mrs. J. H. Fourth of July\ weekend. Blendess of Tampa and Mrs. '

AJ\REZ STORE. Miss Virginia Sue Praetorlus, Col. and Mrs. Raeburn Horn Lawson In Moultrle Ga. Friends of Mrs. E. C. Priest George Clegg and daughter Patsy r t

Pa.F ,, Mrs. Arlie Dobbs of of Cocoa is visiting this week I of Madison spent Tuesday with Make appointment NOW to will be glad to hear that she of Tallahassee. Patsy is stayingover

D4C I bad M their Fourth Ofkend with Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Powell Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward. avoid .font-minute rush a. Sarah returned Saturday from the Ala- this week as the guest of I''

t.. i Illests' Mr- and Mr; and family. I Miss Peggy Ann Wiggins is Lawson Beauty Shoppo will be I chua County Hospital where she Dottle Sue Biggs. 4 "

.Ib and lon James, ofGa. Make appointments NOW to visiting relatives in Elizabeth- closed S week Martlng July 86. has been under observation for Mr. and Mrs: Marry Leigh of '

eIII ". Mr9- Ernest He" avoid laMt-mlnute rush an Sarah town N. C., for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Childress I the past two weeks. Jacksonville spent Sunday visit- i :

children of Tallahassee, Lawson Beauty Shoppn will be Mrs. U D. Vining had as her and children' were visiting in Dr._ and Mrs. M. B. Herlongleft ing Mr. and Mra. O. L. Beasleyand I

)!rs. Burney Dobbs and II closed 8 weeks starting July %8. luncheon guests on Wednesday, Palmetto over the weekend. I Tuesday for North Carolinawhpre' Mrs Ethel Biggs. e '

1u )k and Mrs. Casey and Mr. and Mrs James Preston Mrs. Proctor Snow of Daytonaand Mrs. Edward Lawson and sons they will spend the summer ALL STRAW'' HATS (Panama .'.1' oJ.
Mr.
and Mrs. Bette Green of. at Marion Glen Alpine and other
n4 family Jacksonbeen and son Jimmy will spend the Dublin Junmle and Anthony have returned I A Lrghorna) half price) whiletliry ,

d nobbs) all of next two.weeks 'at one of the Ga.NOTICE home after a two-week via- points of Interest. last, at ALVAREZ STORE Good clothes deserve the finest dry I
Sarah Lawion' Beauty I Fred Francis of Fort Myers r
It with Mrs. Lawson's father, Mr.
I.N.; Breazealle cottages on Kings- Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Van
been received from ley Lake. Shop will be closed 3 weeks C. E. Moseley in Savannah, Ga. spent the weekend :with Mrs. Vleot left Saturday for cleaning care; less''expensive clothes i
Oregon,
llf Theodore P. Young starting July 38. Make appointments Mrs. Carrie Ingram had visiting I Francis who has been' visiting demand it. Clothing: left to our ex'l .
grt Jim Stith of Washington. D.C. Ill[ where they will remain until
ir ddnu to now 716 arrived Saturday to nmto avoid last-minute. her over the weekend Mrs. Lou I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.C. November.Dr. pert care always gets the kind of J: .;;
spend sev-
olla St., palestine I eral weeks with his ruHh. Anna Peeler' Miss Lena Mills, Priest, during the Illness of her dry cleaning that revitalizes fabrics '.t i It)

d they would like to : Mr. and Mrs. H. grandparents.L. Brownlee. Mrs. Lucian Conner and Miss Mrs. E. A. Hastings and Mrs. mother., and Mrs. W. E. Middleton ,- accentuates colors and make l N r
had and
Mr.
as holiday guests
III all their old friends Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Hill had Glenda Crosby are visiting their Georgia Mills, all of Tampa.Mr. JULY CLEARANCE MALE IK Mrs. E. L. Mlddleton Mrs. Mae them smell fresh, look fresh, wear i I i

I,. Young: fs employed OU Co.AJ.L byafter I'as their weekend guests, Mrs. aunt, Mrs. Earl Younger in San- and Mrs. D.. L. Marsh and now going. on at the! 'SMART: Jones, and Mrs Ben fowling, fresh, and stay fresh longer. Preserve \ !iM
Associated ford
\ this week. children, Betty Jean Vivian and SHOPPE. and smart
Hill's sister, Mils Louise. Mortonof p all of Jacksonville.Mrs. protect your Wear-:r
Tampa. Mr. and Mrs J. R. Moft of Donald Jr., Emalyn Mathews, Florence P. Brown visited Beryl ables. Bring them in today.
R. E. Jones, Jr. visited her
Brooker were Monday guests of and Wally Wainwright spent the ?
Jean St. Peter in Gainesville the
Mrs. T. G. Carter of Providence
I Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wilkinson. Fourth of July weekend at Day early part of the week. brother and alster-ln-law. and :t \
'spent from Thursday through Sun. I
Mrs. E. E. Anderson In Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright tona Beach.
day with her mother, Mrs. R. S. Mrs. R. P. Turnlpseed and sons, over the weekend. PHONE 135
returned to their home on Tues, ALL STRAW HATS (Panamas Ben and Dick, of Fort Gaines, It'I

KINDS Powell.Mrs. Marlon Faulk was the day after spending the past two .t: Leghorns) half pricethlle tli ') Ga. were guests of the Dr. II.H. NOTICE Shop will! Sarah be closed LawNon'M 3 weeks Beauty I ROUT. '1 011 "'/ 315 ;r1'i' 'I:, I
I weeks at their summer cottage on lout, at ALVAREZ STORE.
of last week.
H FISH DAILY weekend guest of Judge and Mrs. KIngaley Lake. Adams Wednesday starting July 26. Make appointment GREEN, Temple' ; t
Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Jr.
Morgan Spending the weekend out at its i
Charles Miller in Orange Park. now to avoid. lutt-mlnut
Miss Louise
Donaldson will return of Sparr spent the weekend with Steel Lake', Keystone Heights; rush. Owner ,Are.
& OYSTERS JULY CLEARANCE SALE IK to her home in Atlanta on niP Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Morgan Sr. were' Mr. and Mrs. Don Page,
[IS SEASONBe ,now going on at the SMARTSHOPPE. : Saturday after spending' the past and family. Herbert Green June Patel of Mrs.,C. C. Colly and daughter., ,t I 1t 1I 1
two weeks wlh Mr. and Mrs. L. Bobble Lee and Jackie of Hollywood t
of Jacksonville i Is Starke and Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
I Lacy Rlgdon
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wilkinson D. VIntng. are spending several' days FLA. : ) ttI
all STARKE
guarantee spending this week' with his Page and Mr. and Mrs. Ray I :1)
with Mrs. W. A,
were at Cedar Keys Saturday and Mrs. W. F. Godwin and Mrs. Colly. ra
be fresh Jacksonville.Mr. '
tell to mother loin. J. J.Rlgdon.Mr. Leek of I .
Sunday fishing. W. J. Chandler and Godwin ."
Henry and Mrs. J. L. Gentry and and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan ; ,
have returned from Atlanta -
daughter, Vida Jean are spending and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan '
,;1 GIVES and Griffin, Ga., after a weekend this week In St. Petersburgas spent Thursday of last week with !. I

I tGNOLJAMARKET visit.Mr. the guests of Mrs. Frank Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bennett In .f i ; I If
and Mrs. L. S. Edwards of
H[ III when cold Jacksonville announce the birth Mlllln. Tavares. SETZER'SSUPER f t.v! \
It Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Pearce of '
of Smith June 28 in 1 i I II
a son Larry ,
New OwnershipllACYSILCOX t l I Jacksonville "pent, a few days of I I 1I I
.
t FASTRELIIEFerg St. Luke's Hospital. Mrs. Edwards last week' with Mr. and. Mrs. Warren I : I I

U the former Miss Mar- Kelly. I, I
f Ammunition '\
of
garet Manning Lawtey. .
Mr. and Mrs E. K. Perryman, ,
. JULY CLEARANCE: SALE l III Jr., left for their home !In Bethlehem Si;.
now going on at the SMART: .
Branch of *. a Pa., on Saturday after S-A-L-E ) 1
. SHOPI'E. spending) the past two weeks with

INSURANCEIC. Mr. end, Mrs. R. A. Newsom the senior Perrymans. Mrs. Ferryman -I STORES

had al. guests Friday and Saturday stopped! off In Atlanta Ga., ::1 i

of last week Mr. and Mra. G for a few days' visit with her parents t

W. James, Mr.'and Mrs. Virgil i ,
113 E. Call St. STARKE We Deliver t '
Mrs. Alta
4 Newsome and Gregory
Mr. and Mrs. James Deaver of 4 I
WALL AGENCY of St. Petersburg and Mr. and I SHELL AND \
c. Starke. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert ,I
Mrs. Joseph L. Sheppard, and Kinard of Gainesville spent the '!

PLEASE PHONE.. 146 Mrs. S. K. Newsom, of Jackson weekend with ''Mrs. Deaver's and SMALL ARMS PRICES GOOD ALL WEEK Quantity Rights Reserved ''t. i I
ville. All the
were here to attend Mr Kinard's parents, Mr and
Funeral of Mr. Newsom's brother,' Mrs. H. L. at the homeof AMMUNITIONSTOCK
Starling
Constant Service Over 50 YearsLASSIFIED
, C. H. New l'm. ; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. West at J i iROSE
Jack Halle, recently left for GOLDEN l'
Palmetto.Mr. .
FLOUR 25 Ib*. 1.69
. Baltimore Md., where he was and Mrs. Paul Faulknerwere ,

transferred by the Armour Co.! guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. I .

: He was formerly with the .ArmourCo Jordan In Alma, Ga., on Monday. UP NOW ; 1
in Jacksonville. I 4. Make appointments NOW 'to Mother'H "

NOTICE! Sarah Lawmen' Bran- avoid Iat-mlnut fish aa Sarah FOR HUNTING Rest MEAL or GRITS 51k 45cArmour :.I "F 1 1I

Mill be clow ,3 weeks
ty Shop Lawson will be!
Beauty Shopp
)ll(0.: black and white named WANTED: Middle aged lady to care SEASON I.
Rae 1446 tagoo collar, for two small children. Apply starting July 26. Make appointments closed 3'weeks starting July 28. ._
dlpp.d.: l \\'ill pay reward. 421 W. Madison after 3 '
p. ill !
avoid
now to Iat-mlnute Mr. and Mrs. Andrews
0. E. Snyder KRD. 1, Lake Jtoom and board and email Hill Guy '
!FIL! ItJ ary. Itp ru,h. and son. Tommy spent the past TOMATO JUICE I No.2. lOc ,f 1e 1il 1r 1

HRXHHED! ROOM:! for FOR SALE] AT BARGAIN: 2 kero. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Boyd returned week at the Nasworthy cottageon Star' Can 1 J .1
|- 410 Center St. ItpJ > .....n.r..nge... 1 coal 'range.. ._ to their home In Atlanta Klngsly Lake f If
Slade Ga., after
J RKOKXT'; ("T..ARJlIET. A-1 railroad track on Call St. tf on Saturday spendingtwo We Are DistributorsFOR -
lion' for good portable type- -- weeks with Mr. and Mrs. as their weekend gue t.- Paul PERFECTION> Ilo-Mac In Heavy f ;; :
rcr(0. Rufus M. Under,, >: r t'
II 1 Clly Up 2 BEDROOM: APARTMENT: for Harley F. Strong. Freeman of Nashville, Tenn. :II OIL RANGES Georgia PEACHES 23cIlershey'a
rent. Furnished 221 LafayetteSt. Syrup
Itp Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutchings Mrs. J. W.'KIncald, with friends "
r'I
lEST FOR RENT: : Entire AND STOVES
(
door t bedrooms amall and Mr. and Mr,,; T/M. Hutchings from Tampa, Mrs William H. .
1 room, dinette, kitchen,, LOST: June 23 p. in., between OHcar Also! FULL LINE I .'
I Private Carter's Store and Lawtey. 1 were .Monday, guests/ of Mrs. R. Jackson Mrs. 'Myrtle O'Berry and
entrance Partly replwl ,
Rent reavonable. new. Finder 7tflil Ittl Lodge trucktire. G. Dobbs in Jacksonville Mrs. John Hansboro, left Tuesday OF HEATERS SUGAR 5Ibs. 3.9)) 1 ii'I
return to Cecil Whitehead
'
Walnut. Itp '. Station at Uawtey and j Mr. and Mrs. Van H. Carden of by train for a month's sojourn Factory Packed ] t :
receive fIO reward.-L. L. Hhoden, In California and Canada.
Pensacola., were: Via)ting friends ,
MATTRESSES. owner. Itp and relatives here on Monday.Mr. M.... Carrie E. Adams of Jacksonville BRADFORDHardware 4S : t
OF ILL KINDS FOR RENT: 3-room apartment alfurnjxhetl. is spending this week liennett'fl t1
Private and Mrs., Guy Sale had as
bath and en
SALAD DRESSING
RENOVATEDFURNITURE trance. Rent. reasonable; i girl. their guests or couple. < Pox 2JS Starke. Itp and Mrs. Jack Sale of Valdosta, John and Jean Adams while Dr. .. ,
Ga., and Mr. and Mrs T. K. Mc-. and Mrs. H. H. Adams are out I'I
WANTED: Cottage on Klnciile Clane, Jr., on Monday. of town. If
Lake for two or three weeks during -
j( month of AnctiBt, preferably -
( - - - - - -
with bath. Write W. K. Wllrox j
P. O. Box 70, Ft. Lauderdale Satisfaction AJAX C 1

Fla. Sip 7.23 VISIT THE STORE WHERE YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME (
: )

I REUPHOLSTERED AND REFINISHED FOR potato SALE vines: Copperskln$3 per thousand sweet, Coffee,.Ib. 39c I Cleanser II i i 4..1 I


Drop u.: A Card delivered anywhere In county. SALE! SALE! SALE SALE! "
SOS MATTRESS CO. F.C. Hodges, Rt. 2,. Box ,6?, : I ft ,
Starke Fla. I t
(30 Palatka, FU, I J'
;;
oil META'LPORCH t ;i ii it
FOR HALE: OR TRADE: oacrefarm :3 I No 2
near Brooker: finest land Coffee TABLES $$5.50 Georgia Greens ,
FOR SWINGSWe Turnip 2 S'I i
SALE for weather.farming1 Ha.high attractive and dry In-room wet up Tender Leaf I Cans t: ,, i

tW: i,BEDROOM! residence." modern house, electricity. electric 1 I
"mill (,( stark, ju.com.- ump tobacco harn and wareholme. r ,1S II 4/ "
.
Cheap fnr halt cash. Will nell the house and 15.95 I Ietzer
liST and Concrete Block t acre. If prefer smaller place or Have White orWhole
'h.aput price In town. would consider trading for comparable S BREAD IOC I 'f' K\
.
t00RS!. half glees 2'6"x6. limit -value N. D. Wainwright In Htarke city Jr. MANY Heavy Tubelar Frame" S 'S Wheat t I,

Ll1IE. Starke, Fla. tfVB I,
rompnt. OlaxH Block Realtor '
Slats .
'"J. Conrrote Heavy
f
Pipe. Stepping
Rouse PI.| ir', Mortar Mix, \ PAY YOU 7.,.... a pound for old Just SuchBARGAINS 1 I
Indo,... clean waste cotton ra"". Please Included)
mk htullngFill dirt for keep. County'all button Telegraph.No pant. Bradford (Chain Octagon Laundry S 0 A P Bar 8 C

LOTS In city limits of We Have Chairs
"iJgh found, FUR ALE! Electric refrigerator -
1200 up.
.. To !Match
t. 20 per mo. 7"? cu. ft., new deluxe finish.
am: type of building eonOalvanlied This box guaranteed mechanic.
| 'ally perfect and otherwise. per- IN OUR MARKET FRUITS & VEGETABLES
t .TI'I( Pips fvct. Can be seen night or day "
'RAlD 13.68 p.r yard In at Service Center Starke, Fla Cabinet BasesPORCELAIN
r4
Inds tt
'., I
L"iPJWh, l drive dump .U 1
10 ton winch. FOR SALE' : I lota with 4 rood ,
BABY
RD r..GI..EERI..a houses. In Reno. Mamie Dell THAYER WHITE BACON :
E........ p.....co.N Austin. 4tp 7.' TOP a t

FOR RENTS Attractive modern High Chairs ; Seedless Grapes lb.e2ge
Certlflcatee lAvE to order, Photo- furnished and unfurnished apart- End Cuts, lb. 29c ,, it ;'
.
i Llcenaee. to. menta: also aeparateroomann- 42.50 (
Iectlon of moulding to close ,In I
bath house: shady yards f t
fteir11 CAMERA work uarantcod* GIFT Reasonable 101 W. :Madlaon. tf 16.95 Center Cuts, lb. 33cLakevlrw dh'l '

tf WANTED: We will I par you ,7Jic, I

ELL YOUR a prefer pound them for clean old cotton and huttonless.rags. we. IetalPORCtI Yellow Squash lb. F'i IJ "
lOc '
NOW TIMBER No pant.. Bradford County Teletrraph. If- Heavy Duty Wlh.on'. Sliced KlndloM I i

t Cash BACON Ib/ : {
Prices Paid f0t1$1.: FUR HfcNTroom.. on We Also Have 49c'f I 'Ij
.
N. Water $t. Modern conveniences.Bent I Bi,
L reasonable Apply "'r.. J. HIGH CHAIRS l
OR BUY IS 1v UNIT BULK. D. Seymour' :N. Water St., Starve.McMillan '. & Lawn Chairs Il-Onule Loin otr Florida' In' H I

FROM CLUB STEAKS lb. 49c

EDWIS\V: PECK REWARD con and whit.for return pointer of, large age about lcm- 5 95 6.75 Pineapples ea. 15c

P. o. Box yr.. Wt about <80< lb.. AnswerstoJlan. .
463 Jlall no "ollar. Probable In All MnttBEEF
Gaintsvllle vicinity' of T"......... errlll n St
Fla. UP
fltarhe.FOR tf lb. 59c
USE OUR STEW, -

.me a postcard and I PALE' : Beautiful Enrtlali. table. California F

Come see you. tables lamp tfs-'uV5"SrS: BUDGET PLAN Sugar Cured r fi

PAID for Can ottoman.b. seen .U day SundaF.A.III J.Lutey. fmoked BACON Ib. :49c PLUMS lb. 221c f
.I..n cotton ra".. Call St., cor. Church. Mra. I ,
a phmov. buttons T100\ round No pants"tidtoOu for IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER ATDenmark

,JZ *- County_ *wi""r jCTnrVSi'nV'VS. FOR SALE Frame houae 14x80 lumber I Mratjr k I
bath .nod pre-w.r

lilt...."' I met t tub)rroof.water aU. P'Pt plumbing. .1H lit fixtures wiwu. Furniture Co.PHONE NECK BONES, lb. 15c No. 1 Red IlIlMPOTATOES t1
and .
? S'wir your, laiuranoe wlrni-. gas hot water heater
'
*r... task, gal 8P"'"-' heater, Iburn.rIra.
.t., Pb isrv IU Ie. I 4
lIot pJ.te. 'urnltor. acord I STARKE FLA. Ik 25c
Ira.
.
5 cHhEAP .. 1141 4/.ton Crot tn80.cash.".) cplumbln"Will .II alone j 151 Beef or Veal Stew, lb. 29c .
/ plot
.. TOil move to your 1 4?
Gmbetao. dbodytr AI ofnark. lot.worth Apply 1500)E. L. MatthewS r..I.nee. J.lP<.wr.JJ: <.JJ'l.rV -L ----j- t
!''t. Jot cT5 lumberJ II I ".L. Church a Jth 8t. "*"t"* ff JDDD

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BRADFORD COUNTY TEI.KOUAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA 0- Fnmw, tJ.rl.

I PAGE FOUR" uF (not I Including subor
'MKPORT co'wniTHur
If.i..i.i.F Marriage Of Interest Methodist Group "FLORID OP HANK AT rARKE' I dinated'obligations v I R aD,"

Swim PartyAt Of TAHKK IN THE STATE OFLOniDt shown below) 2,092,882,44Cglttd State ar Florl'la. %lit.> ,
1"
CLUBS Enjoys AT TUB CLOYS OrHUSINE.e County at Rr.dfprdme .
and
-, SOCIETY "' J''- .',. ""1 4r Kingsley LakeThe ON' Jl'\H 3s. >- A....... wt h I.to a.
.
"F' \1..:; ,,.': '"- A...,. Capital* 26.000.00 and T 11 t hnddpv ubao'I"4 Of "J
n i Office Gladys Mooty 9 L. Matthews cottage on Cash balances with other or Ihal 1
E.
,, f Editor Phone 33 ,. ,. f In Including reirve Phone 29 ''M > 3 '. Kingsley Lake was the scene of banks. .* (and retirement C 4 k;
q balance, and cash' items .
account fur preferredcapital !
1 and Myg lomml..Il.ln a." p
"" : : a delightful swimming party of collection 111.111.414 17,46553 "Plr..
,'rr,; ,,, .. la proeea J I,
,,1 weiner roast Thursday attf'rDoonof United States Government AC-T II
Two WSCS Circles Fourth AnniversaryFeted __. | last week, for the twelveyearold obligation, direct and TOTAL'OUNTS CAPITAL 206.906 ClRr..r ;.;;;
t I Adams, members of Mrs. Matthew,' guaranteed 1.8141.4131.00Obll..atlona I CoU'e'rY, FLCIDtal'I, '\
Hold Meetings On By John class. of State .and TOTAL L I A BIL1TIE3VI I CENYRay f
School
Methodist Sunday polttk-al milidlvlHloim 245.962.33Loana > )) .'A PITA L. ACCOUNTS J. Jerhles, Plslet5fNoa6Ba0
AfternoonCircle Little John Adams celebratedhis After an enjoyable afternoon ot and discount Tuesday ..
: r i GSa eluding 1134 13 ever- +Thl bank's capital consist -
fourth birthday anniversary swimming, the young group roasted draft>)> K8.X4291 ,. oreCommon ORDER OF
One, of the Methodist Wednesday afternoon of last week welners and marshmallorv Bank premises. owned $7.- l atock with t total AND !PURL11'ATIO'
of AirsW. 18507. furniture a n dtI.turn par value. of 125,000.00 STATE Of FlSJiStf'S*
WSCS met at the home when his parents. Dr. and Mrs over an oak log fire. $2,84562 10,11124Other Jeffrie, whtme ?: Ar
B. Sewell Tuesday afternoon H. H. Adams entertained 25 of this event were Flor assets 141.2341.85 !Meaoraada i treet. Camden residence yea 'I.:II,
Enjoying Ie""
beautifully i. Aesets t pledged or a lcn- You are r
\ The Sewell home was his little friends at a swimming df ) once Brown Anne Cresaler, Thomas TOTAL ASSETS 2.2".789,43 ed to secure liabilitiesand 9. 1.rr.qu in i'the toAngual apPro
with arrangements ofvartcolored for other 321,496.27 Court and abo.e ,
4 decorated ErnestIjv purposes CHUB
party. Smith, Judy Green
zinnias. I ", Liabilities seeks dlvDr. Bradfordll0Telegraph
r The scene of the delightful par- Bryat Tommy Slade. and Mary; Demand d"poslt" of Individuals abTv S L. Peek, Jr. Cashier of the shall publish Ihlr
at
Mrs. O. L. Haynes presided __ par tnershlpn, named bank do solemnlywenr In next tour
Dell cottage on Kings- the class w..kly '
bt t which was opened ty was the wi. .. Beth Lane, members of and rorpnratlona 1.133,272.811Tim. that the above statement l I. I' Witness mY -os
the meeting local ley Lake. The porch where refreshments 7esl I Other guests were Ronnie Patray, ponlta of Individual true, and that It fully and correctly' seal at Starke, b'lorldpnn.'
f with the Lord'a Prayer. The served, was decorated *, pertnershlps, andcorpnratlona represents the true state of the T. 194OFFICIAL/. ..
were were Vivian Hazen, Jimmy Rowe anc 635,602.78Depo.lt. several matters herein containedand ,I (
i $30,77, pledges SEAM ,
offering) was with many varied colored T Cy Edward Welgand. of United Rtaten. net forth to the be'tof, my :I A. Clerk of Cold Court A T. Tb
table was covered Government (Including; knowledge and belief. Rivers Anderson,
53.33.This month Circle One places balloons. The I postal savings) 36.17564 Correcl-Atteetr 8. L. Peek Jr., .1 I Springs, Fla Ore fI
"' and are with a blue and white birthday Met U..poltn of State and political W.' P, Smith, 'Atty*. ,for Pit, ,.
,1 flowers In the church cloth centered with a white cake I Junior Women, Hubchviilon. 2811,388.49Other _. | IIilNi '
certifiedand --- -
Nonman --
H. dopnnlt ( -
t I handled by Mrs W.
I blue boat embossed on the EveningThe officer check,
with a Thursday
1t< Mrs A. F. Sauls, Mrs. { B. Cottrell 1262829
t etc.)
I, ; and Mrs. W. O. Haile.I top.Assisting Mrs Adams in caringfor Junior Woman's Club met Other TOTAL liabilities DEPOSITS U.GU.Gd6,1I2 8.798.42 III I ALVAREZ STf 1RFj12n'e:: i Clothing 1891T :

I Mra. J. R. Hill gave the devotional the little guests were Mrs. Thursday evening of last week at _'_ _- -
LIABILITIES -L -
\\ using as her topic "Fray- Harold Wall, Mrs. Juanita Phillips the Club House Plans were made TOTAL -
1 ? - ..
f, era of the Psalmist" ,.Mrs. Helen Van Oorder, Miss ...;:-'-.' to have an Informal dance at the
.
i ? A delicious ice course with waters Sharon Hall and Miss Kate Struth. I .;.../. 1'' .... Club House on Thursday evening,
J was served by the hostess, John was the recipient of many 'f!!( -L; "I< July 22, with Mrs. Vernon Silcox All ,BrandsMarshmallows
i assisted by Mrs Florence Brown, lovely presents from his little chairman.
'- co-hostess, to the 12 members and .
guests, The program for the evening T
'It one visitor present Mr and Mrs. baton U. Morgan, Jr., whose marriage wan an consisted of Miss Virginia Sewell

'"' L. Matthews 'oKlngstey event of June 16. Mr*. Morgan I I..* the former Mini Marie McKinney, singing several songs accompanied -
K.
of :Mrs.
i I' home
Circle Two met at the summer Lake Tuesday afternoon. daughter of Mr. and Mr. Melvin McKInney of Starke. on the piano by Miss Louise

I Mrs. Matthews as cc- (Photo by Hollywood Camera Si Gift Shop). Stern.
Assisting
t ...r were Mrs Charle I I Hostesses at this meeting were
hostesses
and Mrs. Claude Barton. 1 1Methodist' I Miss Barbara Cameron Miss Virginia I 10-OZ. .
Oakes
tli The home was decorated for the I ReceptionAt Bob Smith EnjoysAnniversary' Sewell and Mrs. H. A. CELLO BAG 15c

occasion with arrangements ot Church Honors PartyBob 'Bishop, Jr.PATIENTS. \

i All rosen and varl-colore) gar m I
Mr. and Mrs. Hill ADMITTED
flowers. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Scott's ToiletTISSUE

:I Mrs. F. H. Long cnalnnan, presided Many Methodist Church members Junius M. Smith, celebrated hl* S TO' SIIADVCREST River Brand Rice, 3 Ibs. 5ft

J; over a short business eea- and other friends took the I sixth birthday anniversary Wednesday Patients admitted to the Shady-

"\:," : Ion, Mrs. L. W. Koch led a chain opportunity Wednesday night, afternoon with ,a swim crest Hospital this week were:
.J.. ,1 prayer after which a discussion on June 30, to meet the Rev. and party at the Dell cottage on Mrs. R. L. Sheller Mrs. Edna lona Peas (sweet) No. 2 can 1

\\i StrawHats the third chapter of "Great Prayers Mrs. J. R. Hill, the new Method- Kingsley Lake.Following Smith, John Edw. Rosier, Isabel 2 for 21c ,
Mn ,
:* of the Bible" waa given. ; 1st pastor and his wife at a love- a delightful swim the M. 'Fernandez' Donald Strickland '

c W. E. Middleton concluded the I reception held In their honor children were served refreshments LaVerne Parrish, all of Starke, Orange Juice 12 6-oz. cans 4 4JIM 45

l"" program with a prayer. IlY the Methodist recreation build' of see cream and cake. The Clara Whlttslde of Keystone ,,
Mrs. J. W.
tJ. I I.i During the afternoon three-tiered birthday cake was Heights, and Murl Dykes of Lake

.i 1 White gave talk on an Missionary Interesting Work Impromptu Ing.The building was beautiful)! decorated with six blue candles. Geneva. DANDY Scott's TOWELS ISO's--- 1

'{tot. .. decorated with ferns and colorful Favors were ballons and bubble GRITSSlbs. ,
In Turkey.A cinnaa, roses and marigold gum. BIRTHS IMr.

9 served delicious buffet style! salad to the course 14 members wa- Punch and cake were served \to and Mrs. William McPeakof Bisquick 2 Ibs 8 pkg 4 45

:: present. the many guests present. The Mrs. Effie Johns Starke, a son, David Terry; 41c J oz. <
punch bowl was placed on a lace born July 1. .
% ,
i' v cloth and the table was attractively Gives Fish Fry ,Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur W. Par-

decorated with fern and Sir- rlsh of Worthington Springs a
I nlas. M.... Effie'Johns celebrated her Dianne, born
ac daughter, Beverly TALCO FEEDS
paR birthday anniversary on July 4th
by DEXOSHORTENING> ,
CIS' Several songs were sung July 2.Mr. ,
FL': Mrs. E. K. Perry by giving a fish fry at Lochloosa of
: PANAMAS the guests as ; : and Mrs. Fred Starling
r.N STAR KB man accompanied on the plan Springs. Starke, a daughter, Carolyn Elizabeth Scratch Feed, 25 Ibs. 1.4
Sewell was Among those present at the
anti Mills Virginia born July 4.
.
,:,11"j,' LEGHORNS, Sun. Mon. July,II 12 heard in several solo numbers. enjoyable event were Mrs. Mena Y Mr. and Mrs. Donald 'Martin, Laying'Mash, 25 Ibs. 1.4
3 Ik
McCrutcheon, Mr. and Mrs. J. -1.17
);. at the
Greeting the guests ot Starke, a son, Willard\ Donald

.t t:"'. The HomestretchCornel door were Mrs. W. L. Blair, Mr J.C. 'Cross Smith,, all and of Mr.Jacksonville.and Mrs\ ;Mr.L. born July 5. Growing Mash, 25 Ibs. 1.4J
L. D. Vining, Mrs. E. K. Perry; -
.1'V'\' .WlUk] Maurren O'Hara man, and the Rev. and Mrs. J. R. and Mrs. F. W. Webb of Hawthorne Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Schlll of Mash 25 Ibs. IABroiler \
Starting -
: Hill. Mrs. F. H. Long and Mr Mr. and Mrs Pete Lindy Tampa are the house guests of i ..
;toT News Thltt la America refreshment if ,High Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Baker's Extra Moist
served at
O. L. Stevens
Haynes Mr. and Mrs. Tony I
and Mash 25 Ib '. 1.4!
:Yof Leon Renfroe of New River, s. -
; Tuea.,- July IS :e' ONLYDESPERATE .. Mrs. W. E. Middleton was I ii Mft, aad ''Mrs E. ,A. ,WInkler, of 1 Clngsley, Lake..intertalnlnl COCONUT4oz. ,

j charge of arrangements for thl! fetarke., the guests by I .4' .
.6 { young ee"
'" reception, which was planned White Hose
'Cy'1 Mrs. Smith assisted In Harold C. Wall.
'. Womans' Soclet was /far./
1/ Jointly by the ; 18c
'
-
t. ., of Christian Service and the MILK
.A Steve Brodte, Audrey Long Board of Stewards..

Also N..ws & Comedy' STANDARD AUTOMATICWASHERS:
f.lI 11 -'ii'' Griffis Homecoming '3 Tall Cans 42
'I Wed. Thura.. July BENDIX SUPER RITE QUALITY MEATS

. ,". ( /fL DOUBLE FEATURE Held July Fourth ,

,/t IT'S AWonderful A homecoming to long remembcr -I LIST Down Payment 19.99 Smoked
PICNIC lb. Ann Page
49c
ol:.' was that, given on July 4tl 199 9S
PRICE
Terms
Balance Easy
I" Life at the S. L. Orlffla home In Union

,',,1 "-' County. Mr. CJrlffls. 82, had with ., ;'s"___________________________ ---.- Halves Or'\VholeTenderized Salad Dressing
;' ,'tr" .r.. .. Stewart Dona Reed him moat of his children grand -- n_ ,-_ ,__ HAMS lb. .
} -And- children and great-grandchildren 65c
%J;
f Including: Mr. and Mrs. Levy W Hot Point Quality Washer 1 67cv .
Hat t Box Mystery Green Mr. and Mrs. Dean Orlffla PORK CHOPS,..Ib. 45c qt.

' PRICE Mr. and Mrs. Malnes Orlffls, Mr Offer. 3 gentle positive Washing I
' 1, 1 'Tom. Neal. Pamela Jenkins and Mrs. L. Green and grandchildren Actions .

t' Also News Mr. and Mrs. Ell Thomas Tub emptied> mechanically In :2 NECK BONES, lb. 17c
; ', While They Last and family, Mrs. Brasiel lam ,
16 17 minutes
Frl. Sat. July Bell Tennel Our Own T Tea
Mrs Hattie Smoked
family .
_'
DOUBLE FEATURE Trouble-free service only 4 moving .
; Mr. and Mrs. Clinton '
and family
'd1< OFBRANDENBURG and Mrs. Mallle Jones, Mrs parts BACON SQUARES, lb. a 38c Half Pound
;:' i' JEWELS I Bill Grlffls and family, Mr. and Svk-ctive! pressure wringer with eafetyrelease : 49c

, Mrs. Delbert Green and family Dressed &: DrawnFRYERS

, Rlohanl Tarvln. Carol Thumton.And Mr.Mr. and and Mrs.Mrs. L.Russell Howard O'Berry, Mr, Lint Price Down Payment lb. 69c .

stAlvarez andd Mrs. Mallle Jones Mrs. 129.95 13.00 e '

RID IN' THE Berta Forsyth Parrish,, Mr.and and Mrs Mrs.Netta Everett t'SE t OUR BUDGET PLAY Headless WHITINGS, lb. 20c 25 Ibs. lona


Maruca. .
LONG TRAILWith ----- -- - -- Self RisingFLOUR
I' -- -. Fresh MULLET, Ib. 25c Plain or

i Est. 1894 Bob Stool Baptist WMS Meets ,

Alno Comedy It Serial w.J Hot Point Table Top
; i; At Register Home Haddock FILLETS, lb. 35c
Hot Water Heater 1.63
.ifif,.,. I Circle Three of the Baptist t
the home of Mrs '
Church met at i, 30 gallon capacity with 10-yrar Sultana FruitCOCKTAIL .. _
Freeman Register, Jr., Tuesday I !I" _- -
afternoon. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Warranty
:fit VACATION SPECIALS I :Magic Circle Heat
over a short
circle leader, presided
.....
business session and with the : t Fibre 0. Insulation Fresh Fruits & Vegetables
eleven members present welcomedthe ''t Keeps. water hot for 3 day with0 -
No.
21-2
WERE NOW new member, Mrs. M. W. Stev- out re-heat. Imr Can
Red
(J SWIM 9.98 6.98'BEACH ens, Into the Circle. The offerIng List Price Down Payment Ripe
FINS
i amounted to $17.23. 41c j iWatermelons, 28 Ib. avg. 55c
The devotional was led by Mrs.
132.95 13.29I'SE
BAGS 1.98 1.29w T. B. Hardlnc, Matt. 18, 23-33.., ,Hillie Belle
Mrs. M. F. Hazen gave an interesting -' Peaches, 2 Ibs. 25cj
OCR BUDGET PLAN

Y 5l WATER WINGS 2.35 1.69 the United article entitled Nations "Imagin without I A & P PEARS Golden BANANAS, 2 Ibs. 23c
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Women". "How YOur prayers are .
answered" was given by Mrs. J...I Iceberg
"l No.,2 1-2 Can (Halves
)
BEACH PILLOWS E. Futch. :::._ -) Hot Point Range LETTUCE (60's) r2 for 1 19c
i 3.98 During the social hour, the -
'1CyAr AND BLANKETS -. .- .5.89 hostess, assisted by Mrs. Freeman GiI [:'(Cl( :J'' Model RB28Calnxl -, 43c Pascal ,

Register. Sr., served a delicious Celery, 2 Ige. stalks -' ISc
HORSE 6:98: :; ... Vnltn.. 8
r ; SHOE SETS 4.98 salad course. I ,
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Heat SwitchesLarge
The meeting was closed with I .--' j I Green PEANUTS lb.,, 25c
S prayer, led by Mrs. B. T. Thomas. 1II1 I ( else oleo -
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LOAFER SEATS 339 2.49 [ __ Automatic oven control NIBLET CORN :Home Grown I 13c
Coke Party Honors Deep ttell CookerStorage TOMATOES, Ib. -

t RAIN CAPES2.98 1.50 Mrs. Ferryman Jr. :',,:''://1 pansLight drawers for pots a: 12-Oz Cans EGG PLANT, lb. _ 9ci

at top'01 cooking surface e

BARBECUE GRILL 14.95: 8.95 at Miss a lovely Virginia Coco-Cola Sewell entertained party .Sat- --- I 2 for 35c CORN (large ears), dozen 50c

urday morning honoring Mrs. E. List Down Pay.

1C, Perryman. Jr., of Bethlehem 274.95 27.50tSE I Cooking APPLES, 3 Ibs 25c
Pa. Colorful arrangements' of pas

& tel zinnias were used throughout OUR BUDGET PLAN
Farm Home
the Sewell home on Walnut St. I Duz,0xydol& '

forming the effective decorations .... A &
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for She occasion.An P FOODST0
Inpromptu musical was given Rinso
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICEPhone
rfth Miss Louise Stem playing I

Auto SupplyGUY several piano selections and ,Mess I Large OWNED AND OPERATED'BY THE GREAT ATIX
Sewell( rendering two vocal selec- 166 Starke Fla. '

;lons.Mrs.. I '33c TIC &: PACIFIC TEA CO.
SSt-224 Ave.
W B. Sewell assisted her Temple 300.302 E. CALL ST. STARKE,
ANDREWS laughter in serving the guests I ...
(ho called during the morning.
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Miss and Oarnita: Hutto spent Sunday C. E. Moselry IfrS ofLi\ ) Monday at Jacksonville visited 1 his daughter, Mrs. Edward tunred Wednesday from Chat- and two children

wsJ Mr Beach. T.as P. the Hutto guest and of family.Mr. and Lawson Mrs. recently. tahoochee where they spent the Sunday gueiU of of Jacksonvillewere Mr. and I Leesburg- were weekend guests of I I Mr and Mra.\ J. B. Fry in. Waldo :I

--- :Mrs. Donnie Moore and. Mrs. Fourth of July weekend with Mr. Mm. Warren Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. ,this week. 14 I ,
Margaret Cobb .
and Thelma '
1 son Steele of Gainesville spent and Mrs. H, 11. ..
Tyus. Their sons, Mr. and Jo'n. Fred C. Echerd rt II
Wallace Faulk the Wayne of Belle Glade was the the I If'
spent
Errol Alvarez 4th weekend with Mr and Mrs. Kenneth I "
and Harold
who and
.4 W: last weekend of July weekend at St. Augustine Tuesday guest of Mrs. D. \\'. W. B. Mundy, Jr., at Klngsley I been have children Steve and Ann ofJackaonvllln I I I''
visiting their aunt and uncle 1
111'/Joe Peele' of Or. visiting friends. Moore. I Lake. the past week returned to Starke James: and Mr. and Mrs. I ,). : 11.. sty efa.is ;
:Miss Clara Echerd: and daughter Pat I
) Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johns haveas Faye Ward of Lake Mrs Voncllle Musgrove of Newton with their .
parents.Mr. of
their guests this Butler was the guest of Miss Ga. Jacksonville Beach spent the
week Mr. and visited her brother Edward I
.
,1 Mrs f Id MaebBurney Mrs. W D. Sexton of Atlanta, Juanita Phillips on Wednesday. I Lawson recently.Mr. Jacksonville and Mrs J. M. Wiggins of Monday holiday with Mr. and Mr. A'P I I.I I.
Mr. ar.d Mrs. O. T. Clark were the weekend C. A. Futch O. M. SUtrunk and II
1 ) AtlanticJftJiey Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Thurman re- and Mrs. R. F. Young
fly from turned guests of Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Jo Slatrunk at Lake.
to their home In Miami Klngiley
Pent a week's1R1 Hathaway and son Thurman Jr. on spent Friday and Saturday in Herlong.Mrs. dlt..Ai t'' It
of Macon, Ga. Tuesday after spending several Ocala visiting Mrs. Young'a! par : Mrs.. Ethel Biggs. had as her h
Mrs. Harold Ford of Cocoa was weeks with N. D. Wainwright Sr., ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Love Kate Shepherd ,and lIOn weekend guest Mrs. Susie Griffin !; l lr I

W. JUTS! (Panamas the weekend guest of her mother, and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wain- Sonny Lawson Is visiting his Edwin were In Ocoee for the o< Jacksonville.: Mr and Mr. Sid / le"" ftk -

II half price while they I Mrs. Laura S. Powell.: wright. grandparents. Mr. and Mrs J. H. Fourth of July weekend. I Blende. of Tampa and Mrs.G W .

AL\\REZ STORE. Miss Virginia Sue Praetorius Col.! and Mrs. Raeburn Hornof Lawson, in Moultrie, Ga. Friends" of Mr. E C. Priest Tr| Clegg and daughter Patsy .I, ,

)try. Arlie Dobbs of 'of Cocoa la visiting this week Madison spent Tuesday with Make appointment NOW to will be glad to hear that 8two! I of Tallahassee. Patsy Is staying f1M'I f ,
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d bad aR their Fourth of with Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Powell Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward. I. avoid last-minute. nosh a* Sarah returned Saturday from the Al- over this week as the guest of 1.\\

trend Rllest 1\Ir. and Mrs. and family. I Miss Peggy Ann Wiggins Is' Lawson Beauty SCioppe villl be chua County Hospital where she [)nUl. Sue Biggs.' ,

atb, and son James of Make appointment NOW to visiting relatives in Elizabeth-'I cloned S. weeks starting July 26. hat been under observation for Mr. and Mrs. Harry Leigh of J ilI
Erneat He- town, N. C., for several! the two week '
Mrs. weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Children past Jaclumnvilto I I IC. j'
Ga" avoid' lat-mJnute rush! an Sarah : spent Sunday visiting -
Tallahassee, Mrs. L. D. had Dr. and Mrs. 1'0!. B. 1 "
her
Vining as
children of Lawson Beauty Shopp will be and children were visiting in Herlong< Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beaaley 4;
Mrs. Burney Dobbs and closed 8 weeks starting July 26. luncheon guests on Wednesday, Palmetto over the weekend. left Tuesday for North Carolina and Mrs. Ethel Biggs.AU. Po .'i ; \
\Ir. Mrs. Proctor Snow of where. will the ,
and Daytonaand Mrs. Edward Lawson and sons they spend summer eae .
)Ir and Mr. and Mrs. James Preston STRAW HATH!' (Panama '
family and Mr. Mrs. Bette Green 0" Dublin, Jimmie and Anthony have returned at Marlon, Glen Alpine and other ,f
d and son, Jimmy :will spend the .V Lrglaeme) half prior while theylest I I
II l Dobbs all of Jacksonbe 1 f next two.weeks at one of theI. Oa.NOTICE home after a two-week visit point. of Interest. al ALV.IRKZ STORE Good clothes deserve' the finest' dry i I
Sarah LawHon'n B'an-I with Mrs. Lawson's father, Mr. Fred Francis of Fort Myersspent .
N. Breazealle Mr. and Mrs. Van
cottages on Harvey
Kings-
toreceived from ty Shop will be closed S weeks C. E. Moscley in Savannah. Ga. the weekend with Mr. cleaning care; less expensive clothes i;

| Theodore )t. Young l Icy Lake. starting July 36. !Make appointments Mrs. Carrie Ingram had visiting Francis, who has been vlaltlng Heel left Saturday for Oregon demand it. Clothing left to our ex- \\i .
j Mre( Jim Stith of Washington. D.C. In. where they will remain until '
ifl now TloL"ollarest. arrived now to avoid Uut-mlnut her over the weekend. Mrs. Lou her parents, Mr. and Mrs. EC. November. pert care always gets the kind of ; ,t'
to
., palestine Saturday spend sev- rush.Mrs. Anna Peeler, Miss Lena Mills, Priest during the Illness of her dry cleaning that revitalizes fabrics s.' !

1 they, would like to' eral weeks with his grandparents, Lucian Conner and Miss Mrs. E. A. Hastings and Mrs. mother. Dr. and Mrs. W E. Middleton accentuates!!! colors! and makes I,, t

III L d all their old friends Mr.Rev.and and Mrs.Mrs.H.J.L.R.Brownlee.Hill had Glenda Crosby are visiting their Georgia Mills, all of Tampa. JULY CLEARANCE !SXI.F !I. had as holiday L )/ guts Mr. and them smell fresh, look fresh, wear .
Mrs. E. Mrs. Mae
r. young Is employed by as their weekend guests Mrs. aunt, Mrs. Earl Younger in San- Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Marsh and now going! on at the SMART: > Middleton fresh, and stay fresh longer. Preserve i1t t i ,
Co. I IHill's Tones, and Mrs. Ben Dowltng.
aler Associated Oil ford this week. 4 children, Betty Jean, Vivian and SHOri'K. and protect smart wear- '1
: sister Miss Morton your
Louise: Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott. of Donald, Jr., Emalyn Mathews, all of Jacksonville. I '
of Tampa. I Florence P. Brown visited Beryl ables. Bring: them in today ; :
Brooker were Monday guests of and Wally Wainwrlght spent! the Jean It'll. R. E. Jones Jr., visited herrother '
St. Peter
In Gainesville the
Mrs. T. O. Carter of Providence t \
I Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wilkinson. Fourth of July weekend at Day > and lutcr-ln-lnv-"" Mr. and
0 QkH I early |put of the week. ,
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from Thursday through Sunday t
spent Mrs. E. E. Anderson, In Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright tona Beach 1 i
S.I I Mrs R. P. Turnlpnced and son. PHONE 135
with her mother, Mrs. R. over the weekend i iI .
returned to their home Tuesday
on ALL STRAW HATS (Panamas '
Ben
and Dick, of Fort Gaines '
Powell. after spending the past two &: Leghorn) half price while tile NOTICE! Sarah LnwionV B.-..,- ROUT. 315 i, 6 t i
) tie were guests of the Dr. III! I nn.c .
Marion Faulk the
Mrs. was weeks ty Shop will, be closed S Leeks, ;
at their
summer cottage on .
bjfSuLTLP last at ALVAREZ STORE.Mr. 1
Adams, Wednesday of last week. j
weekend guest of Judge and Mrs. !. GREEN Temple :
Kingsley Lake. and Mrs. Leaton Morgan Jr. starting& July 2f Make app oint- !
Spending the weekend out at
Charles Miller In Orange Park.I Miss Louise Donaldson will return of Sparr spent the weekend with rrwnU n'to avoid lastminuterush. : t* i
Steel Lake, Keystone Heights; Owner Ave.
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JULY CLEARANCE SALE In to her home In Atlanta ,
OYSTERS on
| & Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Morgan Sr. were' Mr. and Mrs. Don Page,
now going on at the SMART, after Mrs. C. C. Colly and daughters.
the
Saturday spending'' past and family. ''
I IN SEASON Herbert Green June Patel of :'cif.! I f. '
Bobble Lee and Jackie of
SHOPI'E. two weeks wih Mr. and Mrs. L. Holly-
I Lacy RIgdon of Jacksonville is Starke and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. t t
I
:Mr. and 'Mrs. E. W. Wilkinsonwere D. Vining. wood are spending several days :;
FLA. \
all STARKE
guarantee spending this week with his Page and Mr. and Mrs. Ray j t
e at Cedar Keys Saturday and Mrs. W. F. Godwin and Mrs. with Mrs. W. A. Colly. \
(sell to be freshIGNOLIA mother, Mrs.'! J. J..RIgdon.Mr. Leek of Jacksonville.Mr. tf t
Sunday fishing W. J. Chandler and Godwin

Henry and Mrs. J. L. Gentry and and Mrs.\. Cleveland Sullivanand f PI p
have returned from Atlanta daughter, Vida Jean, are spending Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan '.f ,? "
and Griffin Ga.. after weekend :
a this week In St. of last week with a \
r77 GIVES Petersburg spent Thursday .j* !
visit.Mr. as the guests of Mrs. Frank Mc- Mr. and Mra. Arthur Bennett In \ '
and Mrs. L. S. Edwards of
SH MARKET III when cold Millin. Tavares. 'I I rt
Jacksonville the birthof
announce 'I r
of ;
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Pearce SETZER'S II
a son, Larry Smith, June 28 In Jacksonville of .Illllalal lllll lr I ; a J
few days
Kr New Ownership 11 spent a 111 l .
St. Luke's Mrs. Ed-
FASTREUEFery Hospital. last week with Mr. and Mrs. Warren i I,
LACY SILCOX wards la the former Miss Margaret Kelly. ,.; f,' I '

Manning of Lawtey. Ammunition .a r i .
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Perryman, : I 1
.... JULY : SALE I I" ..1 t
CLEARANCE: Jr., left for their home In Bethlehem -
now going' ;"on at the SMART : 1 ::1 j r
after l
< Branch of SHOPI'E.a Pa., on Saturday S-A-L-E ,;
spending the past two weeks with I F
INSURANCEC. Mr. and<<1 Mrs. R. A. Newsom the senior Perrymans. Mrs. Perry- SUPER STORES :( ; ;

had as. guests; Friday and Saturday man stopped off In Atlanta, 'Ga.,

--- ------- I of last week Mr. and Mrs. Q for a few days' visit with her par' ''t. I :
W. James Mr.'and Mrs. '!
1kC. : Virgil ents, I .
113 E. Call St. STARKE We Deliver '
Newsome, and Mrs. Alta Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. James Deaver of I, ;
I l I '
of St. Petersburg and Mr. and SHELL AND ,f. ,
C. WALL AGENCY Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert -
Mrs Joseph L. Sheppard and Kinard of Gainesville spent the I j .,

PLEASE PHONE 146 Mrs S. K. Newsom of Jackson weekend with Mrs. Deaver's and SMALL ARMS PRICES GOOD ALL WEEK Quantity Rights Reserved I' !;
ville. All were here to attend the Mrc. Klnard's parents, Mr. and

Constant Service Over 50 YearsLASSIFIED- i:funeral of Mr. Newsom's brother Mrs. H. L. Starling at the home, AMMUNITIONSTOCK I. r't I
C. H. Newsom. of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. West at J

I Jack Halle recently left for Palmetto.Mr. C.OLDEN Ibs. 1.69 I :
FLOUR 25
Baltimore, Md., where he was and Mrs. Paul Faulknerwere HOSE /
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transferred by the Armour Co. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 'I'

He was formerly with the .ArmourCo Jordan In Alma Ga., on Monday
I ,, in Jacksonvtlle.NOTICEI : i Make appointments NOW .to I UP NOW Mother's' :Ii: iiH'

Sarah Law"on'" Beauty avoid la.- t-mlnute rush aa> Sarah FOR HUNTING Rest MEAL or GRITS 51bs. 45cArmour ': ; r rf

Shop will be,closed S treks Lawson Beauty Shoppe till becloud
.
WANTED
rl)!,black and white named : Middle aged ladjto care : SEASON '
Hai 1949 tag DO collar for two small children. Apply starting July 26. !Make' appointments S weeks starting July, :26.Mr f f' I
pMill! pay reward 431 W. Madison after 3 p. m. last-minute
now to and Mrs. Guy Andrews
& 8ny VIL It ary. itp rush.Mr. and son, Tommy, spent the past TOMATO JUICE I No.2. lOc : ; !I

t FIRMSHUD ROOM for Fort SALE AT BAROAIN: 2 kerosene and Mrs. H. B. Boyd re- week at the Nasworthy cottageon Star' Can If l f, I
110 Vnter 8t IIP Tangee. 1 coal : rang. turned to their home In Atlanta, Klngsly Lake. I t ", 4 ,

| RTflBXT: ARINKT.. A-l Slade railroad<5a..track Co.. cm two Call door St. from tf Ga., on Saturday after spendingtwo Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams had I We Are Distributors 1\\I':' I
loo for good, portable type- week with Mr. and Mrs. as their weekend guest Paul PERFECTION Ho-Mac In lIeavy" ; i
r or lull Rufus M. Ortdor. 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT for Nashville Tenn. I FOR PEACHES r 23cHershey'H i I
I! CUv Itp r..nc F..rol"hed..231 Lafayette Harley F. Strong.Mr. Freeman of' OIL RANGES Georgia; Syrup' :*
NEXT FOR RENT:- : Entire at. itp and Mrs. R. R. Hutchings Mrs. J. W.'Kincaid with friends AND STOVES 1 t ;

1 floor, 2 bedroom, small' LOST: June 25 p. m., between. 0..- and Mr. and Mr: T/M.Hutchlngswere from Tampa, Mra. William H. Also FULL LINE { '""I", '
room., dlnettti kltch..njPr" car Carter's Store and Lawtey, 1 Monday guesta of Mrs. R. Jackson, Mrs. Myrtle O'Berry and i 1 y
[ "" onlranu Partly re- ; HEATERS
ptrt, I. Rant reasonable.. -'I( tlra.new Finder 7ZOtl return 141 to Dojge Cecil'White-truck G. Dobbs in Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs. John Hansboro left Tuesday OF SUGAR Sib 39cIlennett'H : I

limit. Itp head'H Station at Ljiwtey and and Mrs. Van H. Carden of by train for a month's sojourn Factory Packed 1 : '
receive )20 reward.-U L. Ithodrnowner. In California and Canada. l1tJ "
II ltp Pensacola, were: visiting) friends I f+
MATTRESSES I and relatives here on Monday.Mr. Mrs. Carrie E. Adams of Jacksonville BRADFORDHardware I
[ OFLL KINDS P'OR nKNT: 3-room apartment, alfurnlHhed. L ..
I and Mrs. Guy Sale had as la spending this week
REVOVVTEDFtRMTCRE I I Rent Private reasonable bath ;and 2 g-lrl entrance their guests last weekend )'1.', and next with her grandchildren Prize Recipe SALAD DRESSINI"19 C .. f' I'I I
or couple flOZ Lafayette St., or Dr. Co. "
and Mrs. Jack Sale of Valdoeta, John and Jean Adams while p
Fox 221 Rlarke Up "H
Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. T. K. :Mc-: and Mrs. H. H. Adams are out ; : 1:

WANTED: Cottage on Klngnley Clane, Jr., on Monday. of town. 1
Lake for two or three weeks during
month of August, preferably ... - - - - - -
with bath. WrltaV.. B. Wilcox.
P. O. Box TOO, Ft. Lauderdale. (Satisfaction AJAX Caaa I

Fla. alp 1-3 VISIT ',THE STORE WHERE YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME !.

I UPHOLSTERED FOR SALE: Copperskln sweet Coffee lb. 39cl Cleanser II
AND REFL'ISHED potato vines, $3 per thousand, :. l'l'f r'

Drop 1:'. A Card delivered anywhere in county. SALE! SALE! SALEM/ SALE! 1 I It
IMS MATTRESS CO. F.C. Hodges, Rt. 2, Box ,,65, t '

1230 Palatka, Fla. Starke Fla METHYLPORCH I 'to ] ;.

FOIt SALE ott TRADE: 40ar. I ; 3 No. 2 t .
Georgia
farm near Brooker; finest land Coffee TABLES $5.50 Greens *
FOR SALE for weather.farming Has high. attractive and dry 6-room In wet up SWINGS Tender Leaf Turnip I Cans 25c 1 F Fr .

ItW BEDROOM! : residence. modern house, electricity electric. tl..
1 uraiii of Htarkif. just com- pump, tobacco barn and war.- I
J holme. Will nell the house and 15.95
jl lINt and'onrrft half cash.Block t acres. If prefer. imaller place or We{ Have White' orWhole I\
p.rt 'In tn..n. would consider trading for comparable Setzer's t BREAD I lOc
|tWURa, h.TfCt-la' .. a.8..sa., limit. -value N. D. "Walnwrlsht In Starke, city Jr, MANY Heavy Tubelar Frame Wheat t I:, ,I ;

\MilE, (Cement Glaxa Block Realtor Starke), Fla. tf ---J ._ .
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Slats
r,4, tonctue Pipe, StepplncwSjIV. Heavy t- --- I
PIer., Mortar His, VB PAY YOU 7HO a pound for old Such

Il1Ick hauling. Fill dirt. for keep clean. County all waste button Telegraph.cotton. No pant raa-.*.. Pleaae Bradford BARGAINS Just (Chain Included) Octagon Laundry S 0 A P Bar 8 c y'

toTS In city limit of We Have ChairsTo
ei high round, 1200 up. FOR HALE Klectrlo refrigerator Match
',1:0: per mo. cu. ft, deluxe finish I
mr 1 type of building! con i.11 box 'r''rae:' mechanically
perfect and otherwise perfvct. MARKET I FRUITS '
IN OUR & VEGETABLES !
1.ISrl! O.'vanl..d' p">.. Can bit .seen. night or dayat I .
d dBAND made,,U.58 par yard In Service Center. Starke, FU Cabinet BasesPORCELAIN k 'i

1101 4.Whp.1 drive| dump ,
.
'i iih 10 ton winch. FOR SALE: 8 lota with 4 good BABY I "
:
10 .r.I"EERI..O co. holme' In Reno.. )fam PellAuiitln. TIIAYER WHITE I BACON L 'I
Edwards r..... M .' 4tp T-2 j TOP .J ,
High Chairs Seedless Ib. 29c ; .
FOR RENTS Attractive, modern Grapes 1
rr
MALE ;
to ord.r< .PhotoNiCtionref furnished and unfnrnlnhud' apartments I End Cuts, lb. 29c t r
.
Llc n .. 42.50
: also **parateroomand '' r
orw000 f' "
mouldlnr .. close In t
shady yard
bath hou ; j
"' AI cAMERA! a nt GIFT..d Reasonable. 201 W. Madison. tf 16.95 Center Cuts, lb. 33c : J' f .

tiLL WANTED- will pay you ,,Tj/e
a pound for old cotton rax*. We ees I
I t.1
TOUR TIMBER No prefer pant them Bradford clean and County buttonlena.Teleraph Heavy Duty )IetalPORCf'I Wilwm' Lak.. .. Silted' Klndl, ,
XOw It
1 Cash Prices Paido H ""LVK Kim KENT: 6-room. on I W'eI>o Have BACON, Ib: 49c '' :' ) l j

N. Water Mt. Modern conveniences.Rant r
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Mra. J. CHAIRS 'I r ,
BUY reasonable Apply JIIfiH
:YI BULK & Lawn Chairs JI.O..I" loin of I i
OR IN I UNIT D. Seymour, N. Water St., Starve.REWARD I Florida' a I ;

.. FROM I CLUB STEAKS, lb. 49c :lMl ,?' ;
return of tare l men -
for
ED\\W\ W, PECK and white pointer.ae about j 1 1I 5 95 6.75 Pineapples, ea. 15c ;
P Box yr.. Wt. about SI) Answer .
: 463 collar. Prebablr In All' :Meat
; to*>an. Ha no j I
C1I1\\wville, Fla. lclnlty of Th..re**.. :Merrill OMoMlllan. CPBUDGET r
I Btatlie. If. USE OUR BEEF STEW, lb. 59c '

"Wt a postcard and I.11 FOR SALE Beautiful' English tablelamo "j1'| California: I iL,
I I pair of mahogany lamp PLAN
tome see you. table', period. lounging floor and "' Curr.1 ]''l'

'A'I: for I ran ottoman b. .seen large.n electric.day Sunday' tan.Ill. smoked BACON lb. 49c PLUMS 16. 22'/e 13
; eloan Pall St., cor. Church. lira A. J.Lutey I ,
M v bitttoe Nunpants. ,. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT .

Mar rd c oeti : .r pre rOR BALE: Frame house 16x20. J, F Meaty

.. a I ileriteme liability a 11 and metal rooms( ) .roof bath water,all good plpa pK.pre-war.,mb'Ink'nJ. fixturestub l lumbar.Iao. Denmark Furniture Co. r NECK BONES, lb. 15c I No1 Rfd HUMPOTATOES. .

and
g' 1t veinalr: Ineuranc.k ...Irln. gaS hot water heater
t. 3r. tank rira. .paef heater. I.b..rn.rlira. 0
Phone 154 lit furnltop. corer-- I STARKE, FLA..J.I" 4 Ik 25c ;

",, CHEF r our: yltranenii.\ pieta box (notpelse.11150 cash You) (Will plumbint move..11 to alone your PHONE 151 Beef or Veal Stew, lb. 29c fj

.ee el no b....,.. Alec a 1"t.worth Ap"ly 1500)C.! L. Matthew' r.a i - '- --.T'! 1 1

"ark, lot q d lumber dence Church A Ith tit. Fh01,1.,J----------

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heart we are forever young yet Bradford 4-H Girls Enjoy Camp Win Prizes And Honors I In next Witneur four. my weekly hand 11I8U.and.". official. I II Atty Lit Pldg-for :rlf.a :koonvlIl. .

'ciitT JE11i! rich In living experience. and havoR I seal at Starke: Florida, this June rt..
:, ; mellow feeling of kinship to I 30. 194$. I II 'N ('RCI'I'r .- I'la I
j I (OFFICIAL REAr) A. J. Thomas I COt"s'y : It'l'.
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all who beside U8 are going down A. Clerk of' said Court. I II CICRY. "'L 111'1 litliit.
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.\ ci By Lllra llrrIohr: the troll toward the .ettlng sun. I :f.SR; ; meI Law I a Exchange Bldg.I C.'f-Patters0. Patter.OIl ''' I
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J rmca, :s t'br.'W Each day lIomehow I feel happier I Att3f for Pit. 7-2 U 7.23IN 81$1. t.I' "d"nl'\ ( it

S S S I St1 a saUIacUon of having done It ORDER OF 1"
1 : r'RCl'IT rOURT. BII"DFORDCOUNTY. ANO
) + and to have made NOTIC'F: t.nLIT1o
\\'u'rf'ln 1 rIde In the ....I..bm. good job wpll FLORIDAl IN VISAS-: STAT!: OF FIAIftIbPPEA
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; the friends and loved them 10 much <(<;:EItyDeniel H. Patt..raoh : t.
::1 tlon pardt ancl mf'ciltate on Durant Hughes. PlRlntlrt.VII. address I.: 'U8rl r.'ld,
'\.p ..1uuIK"'tt Ume make'' In nne'sllfca. they can feel the glow. In deep Minnie Dor"tha Hughes\ Def"o- You are r.''iUirp4 I!. Alab",
I thankful dant. ("a"e NO 6655. July 19. 19.8 \<
humble gratitude am I. a
,: t, As I grow old the winds die ORDER OF' PCnL1CATTO.J Court, and o.u.. Ib, aboa.
down the hate the hurt, the for health and friends and hAP- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR seeks I do not uk for much STATE OF FLORIDA to: ll's. Telegraph Hhull radr.'d '
the plne"lI. C
calm '
strite The waters and Minnie Ioreth. Hughee. whose in next four ......:.k'JI.h] Ihll ,
live ,
waves are stili. anymore. Just let me residence. and adires. I.: Route 2. Witness my hand' Ilu'a

;: 1 want no triumph, wish no III love and feel the wind on my ){1. Ell. MI.hoe, Conway, South Carelina at 458tarke. Florlda'nd, thuttis' Ju,,,'

face to ace the rising lIun, and ( '
to any man. : You arM required to appear on OFFICIAL EAL)
heart the an- hear the song of a bird. To ameli August 2. 19.8. In the above nam..d A. Clerk ot .aid Court A. J 'I'b
Nov from my Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Charles R. UP'.
dent angers all depart. coffee and bacon frying In the seeks. dlvorc. Bradford Count Life Bid", Jllck. n'J'5''! ; 11"",
morning. I have learned the Telegraph. shall publish this Order Atty for Pit.: ; Pia
'. New friends I know. new conga In next four weekly. IN.U. 11 I
"''i are sung, grestest love Is that which Is %'iitne"s my hand and official' l'if! 'IRrt"T "
seal at "'tarke, Florida, this July J. COUNTY! FLORID1'; IIt D
and of one '
.\.i New JOYI are mlne-yee I grovv given: no thought 4L: 1945.On'TCTAL. CERT. I' t

,. being loved In return. I have Alc ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, .1olln W. Yarhrolilth

4 young learned that as I grow older. ____._u u ______nmnnn _'__' Aa Clerk ot said Court. Ruby F. V.rbru"lri PIII"t1
Aa I grow oldl' i T. Frank l.andrllm, $Htark. Fla. Case Nn. 8151. 'Del.
4e Douglas Malloch. Today the wind III blowing. It Is Atty. for Pit. 1.J; 4t 723IN ORDER or
; a bot wind and Is drying things I FortY-81Jt Bradford County Pictured above are moat of the 46 4-11 Club elrlll who W. W. Hicks. AND NOTICE ToI'lC.\TIO

..; I have my bOoks from F1orid Inside the house Is cool. I'' alrlll returned to their homes on attfondf'd a IIhI i day outing at the 4-11 camp at Cherry Lake. I The girls attending the I : t"Rt'tIT: : rOt'RT. BeADFORD F. STATE Tarbrough OF Fr.o1\JDIPE"1\
up. .
Dal.y lent them to me. My very Saturday after spending alx days campwere ('OIJ''Y. FLORIDA I". CH4T4I ;; unknown. Who. r'"I,
war Madison last week While at the the Bradford
made a pen of wire quite an camp, VERY
most favorite book of poems delight at the f.H Lake Faye Miles Jeanette Star-' You are requirec
I camp on Cherry
t. Plaintiff
NolAn ) Holder V"
affair Don had County gina won poIIltlons the honor well July 15
1 using crating many oa .
aquad 811
1948.
In
I ,1 me even tho it does ameliIf. located near Madison. While at ling, Gladys Hicks, Betty Ann 1 Iyrll@t I., Holder Defendant. Case Court and the abap.
: from furniture and all prizes for crafts work 6652. cause.
some netting and skit prlzt'a. No .
been .lIka :
a bit musty from having the camp glrlll participated In Crosby, TrudeJJ Starling. Dorii. ORDER OF PU LJf"'ATIONAND dlvorc. r.'lr"ln p.
: ueing I bought. My five feathered fowLs At the far left I. M. NOTICE TO APPEAR i Telegraph shall ""bU'hO'1.1Wn.xt ; C
stored.o long. JU8t like handlc aft, swimming and 4-H 1Uadee Whigham, Rome IJtomonlltratlfln Parker Barbara Simmons Shirley i in four I
are resting In It in the shade of I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Myrtle week), Illu.
an old friend. The above poem Club work classes along with Agent, and 1\1" Nelson Green both 01 hom accompanied Crawford Phoebe Green, Mary I I.. Holder, whose residence I" UnI seal at .". my hand arc a
the great tree.Saturday Starke'
I. one of my favorlte I like to sports and other recreational leI'alons. F. Hazen Yvonne HarrelJ Carolyn known. I., 1945.OFFICIAL. Florid1. .
4. -
the we had a funeral, but the group 011 the trip. Other adults. some pictured above, whoassisted I You lire required. to appear onAlllfu.t I (
think that life I. richer as Kelly Marcia K. Hazen JackIe In the sbove named SEAL) A
-I 2. 1948. 1.
I to ride In the celebrating with the Miss Ol..ta A. Clerk 01 'I'b
At got parade camp were Green Mica ROd said Court
1ead. and wherein pl..lntlff"e..ka
over my Eight Bradford County Court cause, 11. R.
girLs Jo
r years pass Dyal, Betty Cronby Margaret lIurn".d
,
the days of ': 6. I wore Moore. Mr. Ian Harley and MI'1I.V.. HIl'kll. dlvor. P.'radford ('ountyT..I..graph Atty' for Mactisn9y'; Ptt
were members ot the Honor Squad Heraey Carrie M. Hall Lucille shell publish thie Order PIt iiiIN : 4
it my old fashioned areas and poke anil pledge awards were made to tn next four weekly issues.Vitness .
bonnet tied on With a pale blue McRae Nancy duPre Nancy m" banS. and official seal CIRn"T rorRT

veil. I rode In a Ford 19015 rnodpl eight girls who were members of ban Jeanette Blount Louise Ad.kins. I Miles Jeanette Starling, Gladys White Helen Carlton, Elaine at tltarke, Florida, this June 30, eRRS't'OUitTy. FLORID"" J tD tE.

d CARPENTER'S Squad One Eleanor Warnock and Lavon Hicks Betty Ann Crosby Trudell Crosby Pauline Joann Smith I 948. .
which chugged along under Its Gay, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, S. Huxtable' Plaintiff
'a
Yvonne HarrelJ won first prize WllklJlBOn. Starling, Doris Parker Barbara Court
". Agnes Lawson Betty Durban A" Clerk of acid I"llIruxtable. Defendatt
I made such
Fun It
own power. for crafts work with Shirley Ros.ler Yvonne Harrell and Agnes Lawson .' Simmons and Shirley Crawford. Jeanette Blount. Louise Adkln8, .1. r. Dur..anc.. r..w Exchange Bldg..lse'kponville No. ORDER OF
I
IItJi
a roaring nolee and a great Fla. Pl"RLIC.\TlO
winning second antI, Gladys were awarded 4.H ribbons Elected to serve on the Couney Eleanor \Vamock, Lavon Wilkinson Atty. for. PIt. 1-2 4t 7.23tReiIT I. ANT> NOTICE TO '\PPE.\
I stream of blue smoke
poured STATE
Hicks third. Honorable mention all best swimmers In camp. Council of 4-H Clubs for one year Loretta Kelly Emma Jo Miller Huxtable OF FLORIDA. 10'

from the exhaullt. It had no went to Carolyn Kelly, Clara The eight girls on the Honor were Gladys Hicks president; Brown, Mary Alice Crosby, Kathryn 1.-(OtTY(' FLGRID rOI'R'r.' P "DFORD IN ('SIANLnso I s' North ,Shore Point whoe, Norfolk r;.'
windshield and .
Wall just a buggy.I ginla.
Starling Betty Durban Lucille Squad were Margaret Ilersey Faye, Miles
I vice-president; Doris Kelly, Lilian Thomas Sharon You are r."lr'II,,
'. laughed and laughed and waved McRae Emma Jo Brown, and Carrie Mae ,Hail, Lucille Mc1ae. Parker. lecretary-trealurer. Green Delores 1 M. Gainey, Lugene Mae Iiudaoii lfuidsnfl.D.f..ndant.Plaintiff VR.Case Pt'arlle No :July 13. 19.8. In the 10 ahoy ap.

to the crowd. Digger sat on my Trudt'lJ Nancy duPre Nancy White, Helen Court and cause. wh.r.ln
StarUng.
Assisting Mils Madge Whigham.I Starling Annette Green Jackie 6688 seeks divorce. plo
lap with his bonnet on, which a The for Carlton. EloIse Carlton, and Home ORDER OF Pt'RLICATIOS'' Brcdford C
: prizes the best skit Demonstration Agent with Green, Marion Norman, Clara ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR Telegraph shall publish Ihll

; little girl had given him to wear.I were won by Squad Four, which Elaine Crosby. I the camp were Mrs. Nelson Green Starling, Shirley Rosier, Sue I II STATE OF Fr.oRlnA tal: PearhieiJap In Witness next four mv Weekly hand I..u...

} \ have ordered pictures at us and : Included Pauline Gay Joann Pledge awards were made to I MIs8 Oleta Green Miss Rosa Wltcher Ruby Austin and Carolyn sdtress Hudson I..: 9 whose Lee fltr..t'aco.residence and. rutark.: ., Florida u"Ihil otfii Jun

the Ford. Behind us was the new Smith Agnes Lawson Included Moore Mr. Dan .
r" Betty Din'Clarno Squad One, which Faye Harley and Mrs. Williams. Texaw. '
mOdel Ford which Is really a You are 1'.qulrt'd. 10 appear on (OFFICIAL REAL) A. J' Th
: above namei 1 A. Clerk of said Court
: ; A'ugu.st" 2. 1948. In the
"f '& thing of beauty.At Wi I. They' also bought S U S S C aUv. th.r.to. In ca.. the owner A. Clerk ot said Court.J. ('..nrt and cause, wherein plaintiff Hollis for V. Knight 081.,1I1t
,\, "" "" Clay Hill I nave word two I. not known and they .hall not 8. Harrison Law Ezchange Bldg. peeks. dlvor..e. Pr..ror.1 I."ollnty Atty. Plf. '.11 4IN
cow belLs
'; one a Swiss bell this Order
III redeem said animal. .0 Impounded Telegraph' shall puibituab
Jacksonville
2, Florida :
.. PRESCRIPTION has been hot. The weather I and another a Kentucky bell. GrahamBy within the three deyp limit 01 thIs Atty. for PIt 6.25 4t 7-11 I in flo5t four wee :ly issues.Witneas 'IRCr.T fotIIR

... lovely tho and many flowers arlt Now the bells tinkle ordinance. the Marshal shall forth- my hand and official :;::in: FI.ORIO'. 15 t
.
;\ ; PHARMACIST on the with advertise the said animal or seal lit Starke, Florida thlll July
In bloom. Frankie and Cookie I grassy slopes of his farm and Mrs John McKinney animals for sale by posting within IN C.Rf..r COI'RT. DR'DFORDCOUNTY. Catherine Wilson Plalntlft
Hancock of Jax Mrs. the' City three written, or printed FLORIUti i \4'1" are vlaltlng they are calling the farm "Jingle S C 0 C S S C S notice. of the time and place of A" Clerk of said' I Cnurt.T. 6 656,

,,\ Phone 61--STARKB Dora Padgett. 1 have six letters. VaJley". I wish all could lee the Forester Reynolds of West sale for at least. five consecutive Annie Mae Sharper. Plaintiff. V". Frank l.andrum, Starke. Flit.Atty ORDER OF PUBLlC.\TIO
Key days Clarence Sharper Defendant. Casa I for If. 7-3 4t 7-U AND NOTICE TO
Mildred ScuI1ey and all at home pr.vlou. to the date of ...1.. APPE.\
)n4he-MinU Service farm and odl brick house standing spent the Fourth with his grand- If not reclaimed within said time, No.- 8869. STATE OF FLORIDA to:
are fine. Ills Mae Johns' sisterLilia h. shall ORDER OF'' PUBLICATION Wilson whose r."ldo"
sell said animal b
4;. f 80 stately shaded by a great parents, Mr. and Mrl. Frank aiM .t or anlm- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR IN CIRrl'.T ('Ot'RT BRADFORD known.

.. T ________- ---J visited Sunday. lila Mae I pine that my eon returned to Abernathy.Mr. and beat publlo bidder auction at to the the pound highest III.ald STATE OF FLORIDA to: Clarence I COLSTY:' FLORID4i IN! ('SIAN- You are required Ii ',

:'. went to Long Branch Sunday and I from the Pacific. To hIm there City between the legal hours. Sharper, whose residence I. Un' fEET July 15. 1945' in the ito::
r ',". did not to her. She wrote and Mrs. Bobble Surrency of sale. on said d.y. known. Lawrence Rosen, PI..lnUffj.V. Syl- Court and cause. wherein pit
get see ..
has been You via Rosen Detend.nt.a. No. s eeks dlvo.c.
( never a housing shortage That all monies received by the are required to appear on I Bradford C
and and Mr. and Mrs. Elma Cables, aU July 28. 1948. In the above 8667. Telegraph shall
the
!) they got Telegraph enJoyed Marshal, either from the Halot nameul I publipit tIll
altho he of
works hard. To -
.
me Court and ORDER OF PUBLICATION: In next, four
of Tampa, spent the weekend .u"h animals. or from the cause. wb.rpln plalnUff r weekly itsusa.
It. I to '
hope more get I owner
seek. dlvor" AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Witness
10 their lives are perfect. God bless when the animal is. redeemed Bradford County my hand and offltlllat
.'., reading the paper. She always I I with their aunt, Mrs. Maude the owner shall b. paid to the by Telegraph shall publish this Order STATE OF' FI.oRIOA to: sylvia Starke Florida Ibll Jun
; them. In next tour weekly I..u.. no..pn. whose residence and address Iis 945.OFFICIAL.
Graves.Mr. ( 1(7 Treasurer of the
aendll teacher lots of love, and I Here Ala.h..1, shall take. City his and the ] Witnesa. my hand and official : 2785 Kingsbridge. Terrace Bronx ( SEA' !.) A. J. Th
.>;, do appreciate that. Lula Mae; are some thoughts by an aod Mrs. P. O. Starling) I the sutne. City Treasuror. receipt after. for_ meal. at 8tark., Florida, this Juna 83.I'.w:- York. A. Clerk of said Coon.Oeorg. .
,
't old time writer, Dr. Chas Sheldon. ( .II costs & payln 22. 1945. You are required 1 to appear on L., Patten Slarko, p''
1 ''f Mosley. only a card she was out and daughter were visiting Mrs.Starling's I the Ionpollndlnw expenses and sale IlIcldent to 1 fOFF'ICIAL SEAl.) A. J. Thomas,,, August, 2. 1948, In the above named Atty. for Pit. ,." 4
He
of envelopes. Mrs. Earl MOllIe) says among many: It I am sister Mrs. Walter animals, shall hold h. of such As Clerk of said Cou rt.E. Court and cause, \vh.'n' plaintiff
'iIW" growing old, I will do It grace- any In trust for the balance..f If K. Perryni&tn& Starke, Florida.Atty seeks. lIvor" Bradford County NOT Ir.: oro UP.R:
was chopping In JackaonvllJe. Mra. In Newberry Sunday. I owner the shall thlll Orderin
White .
limitations said animal 01' animals. If the fur Plf. 8.25 H 1.18'N Telegraph publish TO: ZtIJLLA: ZutlR&8hIOl.) 'ho'
fully, excepting
: Carson Grlltls has promised mca ; my Mrs. Hilliard Broughton ot I balance. so held In trust I. clot next tour weekly issues. d ress. I. uaknown.WHERJoAS .
cheerfully and some claimed <'f..T ('O'"RT. DR.\DFOIID I Witness my hand and official
avoiding It
.;\ good picture ot them. I do Uke nablts which make old people so Gainesville spent Sunday with' date. of within the sale one. It year shall from b. paid the "orr'llTY.. FLOHIDAI IN cJIAN.VERY. : :' I' seal. at. Starke, Florida this July19.M. cause now app.ara.petduu.Ine.rtaln I
'11't pictures. Letter from a former intO the general fund 3' Circuit Court of the Eighth: J'',
of
disagreeable to their relative. her son and daughter-In-law, Mr. ani! become City the City Raymond Sidney' Jordan Plaintiff,,, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. ::1. Thomas, ,Circuit of Florldl\ ,and for
{" Clay Hm teacher Marguerite and Mrs. Carl Broughton.Mr. The fee. Charged property.for ".. Edna V. Phelps Jordan Def.n- A8 Clerk. nf said COllrt.T. ford County In Chitneery. "ft
.tit\ Crew. She Is In school at TaI. Perhaps we can make age a ani l keeping 01 said anlm..l.impounding. shall dant. Case No, 8117. Frank I"ndruln, Starke. FIre. V. A. Browning and hi. alt,
and Mrs. Clarence Frazer be ORDER OF' PTJRLIC"ATION Atty. for Pit. 1.2 ft 1.23I
to' blessing. as follows: Browning pray for the adopl!
1 lahalsee again.' She likes hear 'ur the ael.ure of ANn NOTl'CFJ' TO APPEAR I Robert Merehon. that the. aid,
had their sons home for the fth- any horse a. .
about our children. I do 80 love From a ranch In Wyo. comes mule goat, sheep or any STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrii,. 'N r'R"VI'I' COUR, BR"OFORDt'OI''IITY. .rt Mershon. I. the. n.lnor. 'h
Bobble Frazer and his friend, other: ::1'.1;::. Edna V. Phelps Jordan, whose reel.dence
a recipe that sounds good when mentioned' I in this : ; FLOISIDA1 III! CHA t the said Z".IIII.r..ho" and
Fo''Vler' .
Mrs. A. B.
Marguerite. or any other ordinance unless l1f. and address is: Perquimans' I CP1RY. t h. place of residence ond th.
from Hawthorne 18 such a good I I read It. She calla It French Marcus Starling of Miami, and f..r.ntly up5cifted. shall b. 3.60.. County Win fall. :North- Ca.ollna. Betty L. Reynolds. Plaint 1ft. 'Va. Office address of the. said 7Mershon
Charlie Frazer. who I. In the and should You are req"lr..d 10 appear on Edward H. Defendant. is PoilU
dearer'-: pie and Is good for hot weather. "he same animal bseised .. Reynolds. IInKnown 10
pal. Every letter grows under the terms 01 this ordinance July 21. 19.8. In the above nam..dCOII..t Case No, 6848. and that there I. no person. .
She has a eon who volunteered I Here goes: Cream together % Navy.P. mol' than on"". the fee and cause. wherein palntlff] ORDER OF' PUBLICATION:- Ion. In the State of Florid
!F lost his tobacco shall b" U.6U pius $1.00 lIUonlll seek. dlvo"c" Bradlord County ANT) NOTICE TO APPEAR s rvlc" of a summons In "h.I.pon .
I lb. vanilla I O.
{ and Is now a soldier at Guam., wafen cup powdered Starling I for each .elaur. Telegraph shall publish thlll Ord..rIn i STATE 01" FLORIDA to: Edward u whom wUllhl bird, lhusiia .

A Her baby boy. The other son Is sugar and 1-2 c. butter. barn last ,Tuesday afternoon with I For each day' retention and next four. weekly issue n. Reynolds. whose residence. I.: % Z \ lII..r..h"n. you H. thoord.red
Policy Witness hand
:i Use a baking dish and the best picking of tobacco he feed of each hor..a. niule. my and official I II Uen.ral Delivery, Corpus Christi to appear In PaId
In New York at this wrltlne. A pyrex goat sheep or cow peal at 8tark.. Florida this June I I Texa. on or before the 261h dot of'

.g real American family. She was I put one half of this on the bot.torn. had. It would have been ready the f.. shall be any$4.00.other animal 23. 19.8 I You are required to app.ar on 1948. otherwise tue all"alh,
I OFFICIAL SEAL) A.:1.: Thomas,. July 19, 1918. In the above named. will be takoorf" -
aid Petitioners
\
J-.t fit NOW beat 2 weJl add to take of the barn the next The Marshal. shall h. allowed
: : your washing quilts and blankets. eggs out the City each of the by A. Clerk of said COllrl. Court and cause. wherein plaintiff
Homely tasks yet to her are one cup of' whIpped cream, 1.2 night. for each animal driven above Into fees '1', Frank Landrum Starke Fla. seeks cllvorc. and permanent care. IS e'URTUEH OHI1F.REl'
I said Att. for Pit. 1-25 H 1-18 I custody. and control 01 minor "hlld. t his. order b" pubUMh.d once
; ; "Pcz.. mal Needs deed of love for her dear once cup pecan meats cut up and A i ,John McKinney attended the .I of pound.Iary In. addition paid such to Marshal 1111 other paid fees Bradford County Telegraph ahAll week for four consuL'utt'S! wu'he .
small bottle of Maralhlno cher. publish thlll Order In next tour tweekly Bradford County T.I..I'IIn..w.papf'r
That II what makes life worth I open house at the Waldo Lodge "urn. to b. paid by the City l'"un- OT.t'E I..u.s.Wltn. .

I.' while.. lies mix well and put In the cake last Tuesday night. .I ell balli In are the paid.same manner as. other City The of"rcll.lrlltlon Starke will hook b. nt the .... my' hand and official seal published of In general Bradford olrcU CFlorida.
for
;.''i Charley E. Johna My son Is back home. They mixture. If it seems a little too We are sorry to report that The Marshal shall keep a record registration of electors. from open o'rl-. at 1545.tarke, Florida this June 12. DATED.;: at SI.rk. Florida.5th ,

Went' to the Black Hills on up thick add a little of the cherry Louie Dempsey I. confined to In a book to b" furnished by the I day July. 18. 19t8 through Saturday (OFFICIAL AEAL A. 3. Thoma.: 1 day of June, ISIt
< .
City Council AII..t 14. 1948. inclusIve al tthe
; of .
Agency all :
'I'
animais J.
I lfltpounded A. Clerk 01 said Court. A.
juice. Cover the cream mixture (OFFICIAL SEAL)
Into North Dakota to Fargo overto Riverside Hospital with an injured by him, or under hi. iii.etruction : City Hall. Joseph K. BrCounty
Skipper Williams Court
;r ..... .11 TMtAZ ILL ('A RI. buNS.Registration:- ', Bid.. Clerk of Circuit
: with the rest of the cake mix- under ordinances Jacksonville
St. Paul down thru Wisconsin back. We wish him a relative 7 W. For.yth Sc., Fl. '
f thereto, giving the date of the Offlc.r. Atty. for Plf. I.U 4t 7-9 7I.r'da.OFFICIAl.. ,
Place In the 8-25 4t
ture. refrigerator
;' and stayed for supper and over speedy recovery.Mr. impounding. stating the disposal 1.1 2t 7-9 .
,
I .p nlte with my dear friends Mr two hours and chllJ. Serve. She and Mrs. John McKinney made 01 the saturn and It ..old. 10 IN! ('lEVItT COVET BRADFORD 55 C'Rf'11I'1' ;;;;;:;T. IRtD
whom ldof..lht." amount sold for NO"'It'1o: ("OI'l\iTY. FLORIDA 35 CH.' I'LORIIHI It I
It La rich but bits the 8pot. C'011'11TY.
and Mra. EmIl Prelsllr. They says and children were supper guest! ths dat. sale, the name i I All provided by Chapter 21945. Aet VERY

:j'/'' fl..peactIne THE TftAVEIIR.. Hetfucd bought a purebred HoLstein bull I HELPFUL HINTS: Common of their daughter, Mra. Louise cription the owner oft the if known, and a dee.' of 1943. notIce I. hereby given Ihat Grace R. Rarn..r, PlaIn tift. v. Wa.- A.fn'fYLallra Carlo'] PIBlnl''
animal or animals. the flame and Fresh rca M.
Water FI"h Earner Def endant. Case Carlos D.nd.B
L. .
j':3 ii calf from a daIry farmer near lOOt 18 good fertilizer.I Said book to b. Henry;
i chimney Hines Saturday Nllrht. kept a. a part of Commission of the State of Florid. No. 8657. No. 6470
': ___ am going to try It on a potted the publlo records 01 the City and under the power and auchorlty': ORDER OF' PtrRLICATIO-l':- ORDER OF' pRLTCA7 '
subject to inspection of the City granted paid Commission by Sctioian ANT NOTICE TO APPEAR AND NeTICE TO APPEl
plant. Paint the Inside top of the Newsom Graduates Council and the public at all (lines. Article. IV or the .'on..lltullon STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Warren STATE OF FLORIDA! 10:: H'

M'-:;: alt shaker with ordinary nan ..4ny : or person., without of the State 0; Florida a. am..nd..d, M. Earner whose residence end addresS Carlo.. whose residence anV
nth
I I authority City Marshal, who and ratified by the voters 01 FlorIda I I.: Ion Hth Street Bolder, i. New Orleans] .
From where lit Jy Joe polLah. Punch holes out with a i .Pitt NewltOm of Starke received shall release any impounded ani. on November 3. 1942. In offl..lal Cob.You State of Loul.l.na.
darning needle when dry. The last week mat or animals from said pound meeting held In Tallahassee. Jun." ar.. required to appear on You are requred. '0 app'
I his diploma a. a I or 21. 22 and 19U July U. 1948. In the above
any person 01' p..on.. who 13. has closed Brad above named July 16. 1948. In the ,
salt will come out better and the graduate of the Columbia Foru- shall break open f.nc.. .ate.. faatelling. ford County to the taking of d.er : Court and ..au... wherein plaintiff Court and cause. wheFeIfl p'seek.
.
., or .nOlo"ul" ot and turk.,. sseks divorce and restoration of Dradt.rT.I.graph "
the tll. dlvor"
City
top not ruet. Try cleaning School at Lake City. He has I
try pound open the gale thePeto. Notice of this action on the par t maiden nam. Bradford County shall publish thu
Will' HOlpttality p rcelaln top with salt on a completed 12 months of Intensive I or hoor shall aid. abet, assist: of the Commission bee b..n.. file Telegraph shall Publish this Order In next tour w..kl II.UP'. ,

-: flannel cloth Even the the washbasin forestry training Including such i counsel. 01' command any one, or with the Secretary of State 01 (Ii''eState In next tour weekly 1..uII.. Witness my hand! and
attempt to so break open Much or 9'iorlda and with ..aeh Witness my hand and officIal seal at Blark., Florid. Ihlfi6rt
Iin't HCrack.d"1I' Is helped. I subjects 88' log scaling, timber pound shall upon conviction, b. county Judge of .the State ot Flor.Id. seal at Starke Florida this June
Clnpd .. 18, 154g. : T"A"
t III a. suuct IIOt exceeding AL SEAL) A J.
Glory bet Don bought me i crul.ln forest tire control, tur.pentining. or h. Im&>r".n..d i'''t fJleeCdng IIUU PEN r. MOROAS. Dlr.tor, (OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thomas. Clerk of "Id Court.II. .

eight gallons of paint. I have tree nursery practice, sixty days, 01' by both .Uth fine flame and Fresh Water o'IMh i A. Clerk of said Court. O. Brown Starke FicridiAtty. .
and In'lIrl.m..nl. III the eomm..lon... It Charles R. Hess. 10.- O\laranty\, 6-21
dl..r" for Pit.
If' Es.5.osJassry.WIllDsdLsy. 8. Will'. lielig. r... doun' several colors for bedrooms and I' lawmlJllng and pulpwoodlng. HeI lois_ ,01 the .(tgyr. il ,

'Ia.... ,. give Ilia living ne. "'IIIUI.I& did. a.ar ae-llilt its living room. He bought a great was a member of the first I Section I. l'hit all orol'nall'ell, nn.1 I 'Ii rlllrl'.T 'flinT IIR4tVOUI)

that .....I..II.-.Iu... ti careby far the .... .,1..111.. IIIng chunk of corned beef. I hayS ,I t to graduate from the school. Parts herewith of are"rdican h..hy es repe'tpl In. .t''nhIil I 4("OI''EIIY'''Y", FLOIt.U' I'll ('H.' I- ""-

. faD, relaleb. the. .Md..rll sad r... I b... A place ,.. can cabbage In the garden, beets and lake tc""lInn effect 3. TillS ordinante phail I Shirley' O..hln.pr.. Anderson I'laln Phone 147 Starke F1CONWAY'S .
Myrick. Temple Ave
.a f.r .. In1lnlal..IY\ upon ito I tiff v... Richard Oorllon
nJaa&er ,lie .alla. alwa7s deep .. .1" good let's Anderson
Ia
: potatoes. Life a song. Pilesage' and
new
!\Iurel Dykel (Slsllle). daughtt'rof apprvei: the isy& ,r. D.f..ndant. Case SI>, dU8
, .... --d a wu ........ summer I. here tassed and aloptei bty the Cili j OROER OF PL'RLlf''TIOS
all 8lnglng.
Jh.r7 tIi Will got out Ih. keep Mr. and Mr.. E. C. Dykes had Council ,f Ih. c."y or Starke ir I ANn NOTICE TO
/J "aUf to start filing ID &he cracks. I'TOID.ban I all,10 long a. Will and we are still aUve. a tonsil and adenoid operation r..ul.r session 011 (hi.. the It I 8TAT..OJo' FLORIDA APPEAR to: Richard SERVICE STATION
Pllte &!la, amaoaban ef .pltal- all. LOVE LURALa' day of June, A" I. l4i. I 110rdon Anderson whose
jr. : a neighbor, stopped 117 to pass ... God bleSs you Starke resid.nee .
: at Saturday.
hospItal L. A. C.\SOV.\ 1 and sddress I. WASIIING WAXThG
: :50: Dallas POLISHING .
itJ cad pod fsllow.blp &laucl of.I Record
4r? i' ... eI day u4 8m thiag JOII Mrs. T. F. Finley Ia doing Chairman nf the City Council I .Shop 130. \MaIn Str..et. Dallas .
.IM. ..'31 aU be happy ATTEST: I GREASING ELECTRIC ARC WELDIGre5ssiflze
.I JI .....there wu a group 0111I help7'S I ARL Texas:

. ,l.; tag Will do &h.Jolt II' rI,,,,., After. .. help Will change &he "'N 01 his nicely following an operation Sat. City CI..rk.TO JOHNS.: i I August You crc required to appear on clMJl
In St. Vlncents hospital I. 1945. In the above Car'WaahlDIr To _
urday named Remove Dirt Vacuum
Will ealJacI a bait to &!Ia eftnlq'. U'U room 8117 UntO .hO .uta. TtlJoJ 1I0-l'OHARJ.E:- "''A YOn I Court and cause. wherein plaintiff .f

.' .cI work we'd aI& around &he 8N iii- Jacksonville.onrnsa'ctia. of certify' th. GUy Chat the of abve I'tark'J! .nd: I for.h.r.bv..".,. seeks maiden. divorce nam. and Bradford restoration of Cpbolste"7 Expert Painting See U. For J.: tlJll&le

' t joytng a trlellcIJ7 arpma' sad a ./1 1r 8y Blanche Cunningham rco 11." Inw ordinance wa. duly adopted Telegraph shall pUllllllh this County Order TIRES, TUBES 01: BATI'ERIES SOLD Bt."DOET fL'.
01 Mellow ntAUC\ _. and passed by the City Council of r In neat lour ON
r .parillbl glass IIMr. A" OHIJ'\Irl! TO ace "l"TIT the ( weekly Issues
C7' S C C C S C S LI) "'S ORDI..AlII.:1'1 'Osiccl'Iov A.'II. day of'Icy of Stsrke on the 16th I Witness. my hand and official Small Dowu Payments With Small Weekly< Paymf'D\II.\
June
1M 0" THN ( ODhI1'IE. ..i A. D.,. 1544.S cccl at 8tark., Florida this. JuLy I,
y'l'h'<< .fr. .md Mrs. Bishop Myrick ORI.."" ('.:. 0. TItI'1 (''ry Oil' c.tnr JOHN!'!I 1945.COFP'CTAL. SEE: US
'.... City Clerk SEAL) FOR 'YQUR CAR NEEDS -
'RKI'1 A. ""rT"D) t'41) 4. : A. J. Thomas
: C.p7riJhA JHI,Vais.d 5,.,..Brs.i '.,.,...".a spent the weekend vLaltlng Mra. nO.TloJn 0.. TH" SWift DV Oil' The above and foraue.ug Ji-di., AS Clerk of said. Conrt. ,

:a Myrlcks' parents. Mr.. and Mr.. Aiotsr. 1_. RIbJI.A..O i.vuvipoi ': proved nance we. received hy m. and ap...1 JT. Frank ...f.endrum Slark.. Fla. AMOCO
: 'ycolsu' 0. HORIII'1" A.....:... of by me on this the 19th d"j1 I Atty. for Pit. 1-1 4t 123L GAS and ACCESSORIES
L. Sweat In Orlando. _
J. MIILS. GOT5 5HKKP.. .W..l June'II"lRtko"J."W I
Lillian Ia visiting Oil' asv H''D. 1'0"11" Utsvo t.L .. etRcvI'r Corn?. BR'DFORU BATTERIES $7.95 EXCHANGE
Miss Gentry -
% "'I' '..'''.U'I' W'T'. 'rilE: Mayor or the City ..I Starke COIdTY. FLOR'D.\I IN:' CHAN- up

l'' EARN While You LEARN to FLY! : her and sister Mrs. and Burt brother-In-law.BUllbt'e In Silver Mr. <.<:'ORrOR'T"I Oil' wr4RKI......1'1'.au.n 0.. ." Tilltirv :: 1.f'OHPORATEI' .t 1-11 HEAL I n.{'IbJRY Ii. Sullivan I'lalnllft v... Lou TIRES $12.75 and up EXCHANGE

, 'T ORn.n. RY inn ccivl'OISIL Veda Sullivan Oef.ndant. ('a... NO.
Springs.Mr. 0. TiCK 4iT" 0'" NOTICE 1123 -

On of RIGHTS and Mrs. James Ekard and IIT"RKIoJI tI."lIon 1. That tlIction 104 nf undersigned Notice. la hereby I. engaged.given In that businesi the,I' ORDER AND NOTICE OP Pt'TILICATTON TI) APPEAR ,I

'I' The G. I. BILL daughter of Conover, N. C. are th. .odlfled ordtn.nc.s or the t'IIY under the fictitioue name of West-. STATE' ()F' FLORIDA to: Lou
of Siarke .. enacted and adopted eric Auto Associate Store! at the, uta Sullivan, whose residence I.
of 1\Ir.
on vacation .t the home by the City Council flf the c'lIy of following address, I" W..t. Call unknown. STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES
and 1\Ir. E. C. Dykes JolrJ.Ekard's ittarke on Ih. 18th day of AUIIIotISU 81. 8111rk.. Jo'la.. and Int.nd. 'n,! You are required to appear on
I b. ..m..I.d tu r.ad .. fol. register. the said fictitious name A..t 2nd .546. In the above n.m. A Complete' LIne of Builders Supplies
parent lows: In te office .r Ch. rl..rk of the eat Court and cause. wherein plain-
..4ectIOn, 1114. nUly of lIIa..hlll Circuit ('ourt 01 tiff seekS. dlvor.,.. Rradrord Phone U AnOlls SeC'
We are now Approved for the following i Mr. and !\Ira. Roan Thom.w That It shall b. h. dillY of the llL IIradfo..d County Telegraph shall publish this Connt"Order From SA.L. Depot' IJtoUvt'r

,, COQl'1Ie8: '1 are announcing the birth of adaughter. M.r..hal, or other pnll" officer J. F' Jaudon Ill West Call St., In nest. four Weekly I...."...
of th" City of "lark.. to take III Starke FI... \\'lIn. my hand and official
Basic Ground Primary and Ad- Minnie Jo Ann. born and Impound any and all horeis, 7.5 4t 7-10 seal al Nt.rk.. Floriia this July I. Sherwin-Williams Paints F..r..M",....

vancH Flying Also Private Cdzfl- June 20 In a Palatka hollpltaJ. ascIi. mul.... .oac. .heep. cattle "I' --- lace Paint You "'9

menial and F I II g h t Inatructo....;... ... ry E. Gunann had his two eon'.. at.win.'*IE'of within cloy kInd the corporate'ound running Umll. cv rOt''IITY CiCt'Ie: FLOHIDSI('0...... 'DroRD A.10..lrTAL Clerk 01 SEALS said ton..r.A. J. Thomas. Pa7 by' ....House.. 3lelnth .. lIome_ Te...Water. If DcsitETAI4 Sste'And -

Courses_ Approval No. 5650. __.to.. Bill and Sam and families up of Ih. City and of keep Stark th.m. and safely to Im.pounded Impound -. CERT., l4 tl1A4.: : :i Jecksonville 2a..h H. Uoull.. Fla.. .3 W. Asbly Pt,

from Tampa over the holidays until all .costS charges. .losephini Theodo.Frattini F. Plaintiff ".. Ally for I'lf. 1-2 H 723i
_
Frattlnl
Also visiting In the Gunnan home and .zpen.s for the Imp".ndl" Case :-1'0.- ISIS.ORDER Defendant .. ) & COMPOSITION ROOFING

Clan Room Instruction Tues. & Thurs. I. Mrs. Ida .Georg of Starke.A and until k..plng dl.po.ed of them of a.shall herein b. p.ldo. pro- AND:- NOTICE 0. PUBLICATIO-l':- (Cot-vTY raRestT"LORIU.( 01 iti' nainroen IN (.'H":'_ TIIIt'k-Uutt Aaphalt Shingles (Green .. Blue) _BuUtllnlC a

Nights 7:30 P. M. sister of Mr. Qunnan. vidad.II .shall b. the duty nf the City. STATE 0. FLORIDA TO APPEAR 10: Jose.Ohm. Lmv.nia rP1RY )f. !Smith Plaintiff ".. Ware Hardware Cloth Common aacd Finish Nails A

Under the beautiful oaks at Marshal upon placing aity of paid ":'5''LIncoln Fratttni.Av.nue whose, r';: d:::: :40.Charles 4653.H. Sml.h. Defendant. Case toe 8idig Cement Mortar MiX
animals In the
their home here Mr. and Mr. LoN. pound to forthwith N. T. ORDER

CONWAY-LmSY U-FLY.IT SERVICE Wagner gave a picnic dinner Mon- tn notify writing the own.r o. verbally thereof. 01 If much known 1m. .Icily'You II.are required to appear on NOTICE OF' 'Pl"BLICATIOl'AND TO APPEAR:-
1545. in the above
PHONE 147 OR 32 day. Guests were their daughter a pounding full d..c.lptlo"of said animal, gllng Court and cease. wherein plaintiff nstn.d STATE SmIth or whose rLOPIDA residence to: C.h.rl.a1ot I" un. LmlBER AD GradeS MOLDING
tk.r.of and tbat .. '
.
.1& ell.or"
her' husband and children Mr. the said animal If Bradford County: Ii nr'wn_
not
CONWAY AIRPARK I and Mra. Hayes of Palatka. Mr. and paying taken tb. from said pound r.de..m.d. after T.I..aph I" n.xl tour shall weekly publish I....this... Order August You are I. 1'41.required la the to above sppear named on

and Mr. \Vm.Va.ner. Impounding te. .o.c.. Witness my hand and official Court and .
I Alias and c".r. and ,,,plln... within tb... seal. at Starke cause wherein plaintiff BRONZE SCREEN
Florida this JuneF'IiAL seeks divorce and &
will restoration
WUfred Vaguer and JoIra. Sue d..1 \ be sold pursuant to the of WINDOWS
alden' nam. Bradford
.ion. 01 : !; County
the ordln.n" ;
rel-
SEAL) A. 3. Tlto._.. legraph shall publish tbla Order


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: ___ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA ,PAGE .mVJllC 1 t.

40I At The Tabernacle i

rcb dews Rev. Pine Level Church Summer ScholarshipsAwarded white teacher scholarships, but
WaHy White. Regional Members only seven were awarded ,ln
L 7 TeachersBy
"
President of Youth
. For Christ, mks e t order to'havethe, reiaalning four
i0n with headquarters In Orlando, L School BoardSeven .
available for the first summerterm
Churchi brought the message at the .
Tabernacle
it Burn tt+ 3wrya
; next year. The eleven scholarships
Mortgage .r
Sunday : SundayIn Bradford
11 o'clock morning, using County schoolteachers
1nadi ,, morning at First Baptist as the basis of his remarks Isaiah : were chosen last weekto are valid until June, 1949.

'.. tor of the M::2. which Is a parallel verse to The office of the School Super- I
. topic "The participate in the State scholarship
I II a sermon Matthew 28:19: and was a chal ? a. Intendent announced also this
a [. novel message with Dedication Service system when they Were
a lenge to the
till- and from' the IJfe of congregation.Rev. i awarded Lewis Summer School week that all teachers' salaries

171, Sunday eveningmea- White spoke to a Youth Scholarships valued at $75: each. for the 1947-48 school year had .

'i., TIle Haines will be the, for Christ meeting In Lake Butler Those awarded scholarships been paJd in full.

. ReV. ""Overcomingt Sunday afternoon. were Mrs. LIllie Bridges Mrs. '
, topic \ *
.,uc
dui I New faces are noted among FAn F n n..nn .nn__...._ ____'____ Hazel Cresaler, Miss Mary Faulk. Aboard Destroyer i :
the religious'Queen the congregation from time to< nor Mrs\ Ernestine McRae. Miss :_; I Is ,
th P.M.
at t g time and I--- Violet L. Beyers, Mrs. Helen Malone J. Howard. Fireman USN.of .
Esther", will be are cordially welcomed! all day service and celebration was free Indebtedness., I Rev. Halt pastor of the Pine Garden" After the morning service Roy

, taken from the life of by the regular attendents. climaxed at 3 p.m lint Construction of the auditorium Level Church for almost 20 years a large basket lunch more and but Mrs.Mrs Jessie Young L.Indicated Young.All Brooker recently visited Lis I i'

II recorded In the book The Sponsors of the Tabernacle Sunday at the Pine Level Baptist began In the fall of 1946, and Is credited with most of the organizational than filled the 75-foot: table arranged they would attend the Universitywhen bon. Portugal while serving, aboard -

AaC' I II Bible bearing her name. work, and F. A. Scott and Edna Church when the Rev. W.E. the structure was put into use I work connected with In the Churchyard.After the second session begins' the Destroyer USS Borde-

picture taken at Vrfca. and Leonard Noegel,have returned I Hall touched a match to the in July of 1947. Most of the construction the growth of the church. the dedication In the July 26. She chose Florida State ion one of the 13-vessel MidsUlpmen i I.

'Is', ,Ale School will also beat from the mountains of North mortgage on the Church pro' was done by the church I The dedication was only part afternoon a baptism was held In University In Tallahassee Practice Squadron on ,,1.

J t tlil time these are Carolina and will participate lathe perty and then dedicated tho members themselves. lot the all-day festivities. The the evening service.In The County Is entitled to eleven Its annual summer cruise.

,oM pictures in full color de- services Friday night. new to'x TO ft. concrete block I The Church located four miles I Sunday morning service was the picture above members

songs and hand- auditorium. Around 400 people out on the Lake Butler highway, I highlighted by a duet "Beyond
action Presbyterian Church were present to watch the pastoras now has a membership of over i The Sunset", by Mary Lou Alvarez of the Pine Level Sunday Schoolare ..L
rk '
;k.k ervice will be con- he destroyed the mortgage I 400 and operates three busses to and Francis Crosby William shown In front of the new GUNTER & SON

*Rev. L. O. Hemmlngway i The preacher for the morning which signified that the, Church aid the congregation In assemble. ; Parker played\ selection "In The building. .

al.n al.C eI y of the Pastor 'service In the Presbyterian Church
absence .
.
at Camp this Sunday will be Rev. Dr. Von.
n ill be teaching csk of the. Minneapolis Presby Baptist Churches Begin Huge Revival Pest Control Firms MONUMENTS\ MARKERS t..

J each School evening.at 9:45: and terlan Church. Visitors are all July 18; Includes Sixteen Churches' Pine LevelBy Must Be Licensed, VAULTS i' yll
,
Th y welcome. Sunday school at 9:43.: : .t
fnlon at 8.43: : oach Sun- A simultaneous Stewardship Rev Pearce stated that emphasis Residents WarnedDr. l,
The pastor Dr. J.V., Kauf- Mrs. II. M. McKee
" all ages.r&a1 Revival In all 16 churches of the during the revival will be placed ''t
Invitation Is extended mann. will preach In the Green New River Baptist Association on loyalty and financial support . Wilson T Sowder, state ,, 4 f

ot to worship and a friendly Cove Springs Presbyterian Cburch win be held In a 5-day period of the church with "an ac- CHURCH SERVICESThe :' health officer, today warned .res- Will Save You .-rom.IO to 20Frrreat I

e awaits those who visit this Sunday morning. He will beginning Sunday July 18, and knowledgement of God's right toa services at Pine Level Bap- idents of Florida against employ. L 4 'f, t
+ You Select.

\ PasLrch also conduct the congregational OB Any Ting
with the visiting ending Friday July 23. It will be part of our tme and talents." tat Church were well attended Ing the services of any pest control

, meeting to pass upon the resignation the first time In Florida that a Churches n the Association and last Sunday, and there were 231 operator not properly licensedby yg: :,.
,0 Mont.,
of Pastor John N.
\ simultaneous Stewardship Revi- the evangelist assigned to each present In Sunday school the State Board of Health.He I \

u odiit Church gomery. val has been undertaken in Bap- arenas follows: The speakers. for the day were also stated that any employeor QUICK DELIVERY We Can Duplicate Any ft, .t
i tist churches, according to an an. Antioch: Rev. D.'O. Alderman the pastor:vtlie Rev. W. E. Hall, representative of a pest control i il
1. R. Hill pastor<< of the Christian Church noun ment yesterday by Rev: Beulah: Rev. S. L. Watson. and the Rev. E. R. Bowers and firm Is required to presenthis Stone Or Marker In From 3 To 30 Days '1' .

; Church, announces the John W, Pearce regional' super- Boatdraln: Rev. Theo Farr.- the Rev. N. L. Modling. State Board of Health Identification l t' !

C. termon topics for Sun. Regular Services held each intendent. Brooker: Rev. A. D. Dawson A special' song was renderedby card when soliciting any Special Hours On Sunday8:30 to 10:30. A. M. 'r" "
, week: Nine of the meetings In this Corinth & Wateroak: Dr Davis Miss Mary Lou Alvarez at business or performing pest control I ;
. IlL "Full or Parasites" Sunday School 10:00: AM Association win be conducted by C. Woolley. the morning service then there work The Identification card 2:30: to 7:00: P. M. f, t

, a-The Christ of theY Morning Worship 11:00: AM state workers, while visiting pastors Dedan: Rev. C. B. Emery. was also .a solo Sunday eveningby bears the' photograph: of the Individual .

'\ Evening Worship 8:00 PM will fill the other appointments Evergreen: Rev. R. L. Franklin. Misses Fay and Sylvia Polk. the registration number' Located On Highway 200 At South City Limits t1 t1P. I
School 10 a.m. Youthp AU visitors are welcome. Rev. Pearce stated. The of the firm and the' card number. I
Midweek evangelists win speak twice on Weekend guests of the Rev. and Dr. Sowder advised home-own.I O. Box 572 Starke Fla. ''It Itit!
7
i t at p.m. Masonic members and friends : Graham: Rev. C. B. Stalllngs Mrs. "" .E. Hall were Mr. and :
Sunday, July 18. and each week- hot to become I
ers unduly con
[ 8pm. Wednesday. ; Invited to attend
service are cordially Heilbronn: Rev. Waldo Wood. Mrs. A.R. Mitchell of Macon, \ ,.
I School will day evening through Friday July cerned over exaggerated claims I
, fjoition Church the Sunday evening worship July Hope: Rev. C. R. Murphy. Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Mur- I

[July 26 and run through 11th. The Masonic Male Chorus 23.A central Klngsley: Rev. John W. Pearce. rhea and aon of Hilltard.Mr. by any pest control operator segarding 'IIWAM4WMWIIMIMIWIIN"MMWI/IIM/IINMMNIIINYIIMMWIIMWMMIYIIIWI'' ... / /,' . '' ''' ...'IMANNMMYAMWMIMHIMMNINMpIW'' .. ,. ,. ,WWWIN... .MIM4 IXYMWIYMIYYW ,,3 t
meeting will be held heavy damage by termites
, 6. Parents of children from Jacksonville will bring a Lawtey: Rev. B. D. Locke. and Mrs. Adam MeLster
In the Starke to the home.
church each week 'Most Everything +
[ age through In and after the 'a
kindergarten message song and Babs of
daughter Miami and
New River: Rev A. E. Young.
day morning at 10:00 for
: a.
1I 'mediates will please take song service Rev. Sam I. Smithof m. Mr. Mrs. He expressly warned' Florida To Remodel i '
I the evangelists and other workers. North Pleasant Grove: Rev and .Donald Conner of residents that the State health Build Repair or I It
I thij date. Jacksonville Beach will bringa Clifford Starke were guests of Mr. and
The morning meeting will l be followed Walker department does not authorize or I 1
short message to. all. EveryoneIs Mrs. W.C. Conner last week. BUILDERS READY-MIX: ,
, I CONGREGATIONAL each day by luncheon In Starke: Dr. John McGuire. require any pest control operatorto
Invited to attend. I
the church., La Crosse Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brownof 1 : .
, IODIST CHURCH : Rev. W. W. Rhoddy. Inspect or treat private homes H. ,
Worthington Springs were C ; I
,
night, County health departments havea __
every Saturday ST. EDWARD'SC.TlIOLIC
r morning and Sunday night CHURCH ter, Mary Jane, and'Mrs. Arrle visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mc- complete list of all pest control = 0 "'1 ':'
rlne.Those Rae Monday afternoon. A
II fa and 8 p. m., at Con- i Sunday Mass 10 a. m. Browning and son Bobby left from Hampton attending firms licensed by the State Boardof anMAaea M '
., i'
_1 Methodist Church on Sunday School 11 a. m. Monday for a two weeks' visit the Glsh-PIckren wedding at the Mrs. Margie Underhill of StarkeIs Health, Dr. Sowder declared, __ e N
visiting her brother and sinterlnlaw and If In doubt'as to whether R ,
eRoal Rev. J..W. Grlf-. Week Day Mass 8:30: a. m. with Mrs. Browning's sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Swain Methodist a
r. -Father John O'Dowd, Pastor. Edna Watson In Ft. Myers.Mrs. Church in Jacksonville Thursday Mr. and Mrs, H. M. pest control firm Is properly lic C .
McRae this week. ensed. Individuals should contact D '
/ Kate Harris and daughter of last week were Emory L
D PRACTICE PAPER PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Carrie Belle, were dnner guestsof Brown who served as usher. Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Z.I. Myrick of their local health unit. This Information R 1
|for school children. 'tSo aBndford Mrs. Mildred Glisson Sunday. Jacksonville the weekend may also be' secured W Give Hfe '
CHURCH10th J. T. Guy, keeper of the bride's spent new E '1 ;
County ,Tele- Johnny Harris spent the week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert from the State Board of Health,
St. and Temple Ave. book, Mrs. Bert L. Hinson and here with f f
Sunday School 9:45: a. m.: Morning end With Mr. and Mrs. Loran the Misses\ Betty and Martha Myrick. and on Sunday afternoon P., O. Box 310 Jacksonville. A tolOOlthlngswith T 'I"1 :

Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Howard at Sampson. Home Miss Betty Durllng of they all enjoyed a trip to Cold I

Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone Miss Myrtle Lee Addison ol Jacksonville formerly of Hampton Head Branch State Park. Buys Lake HomeT. R E

; XPERTI I welcome.. Jacksonlvlle spent the weekend was a bridesmaid.Mr. Sunday afternoon visitors of Frank Landrum recently satnwiN.Ws&LeAMJi i : ':
with Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Addi- \ McRae Miss CONCRETE! -
and Mrs Miss Gwendolyn were
Wllbert A. Hall E
S purchased the H. A. Bishop cot-
and daughters Shirley and Wilma Lois Osteen and Oeorge Johns) of ;
-
p. ; son.Mr.. and Mrs. C. B.. BroWninghave Ruth and Mrs. Hester HaU Lake Butler Miss Lily Mae'Alt- tage on Klngsley! lake. SASH ANDO ENAMELOJD_ B I 1 r

Pindertown begun work on their home of Tampa ''were weekend guestsof man. Verne Thornton and Jr. k i

Mrs. C. B. Browning whiCh; they hope to occupy In relatives and friends here. On Oriffls, all of Vanderbilt. AUTOMOBILELIABILITY D Colorful! Applies ...+Tllrl .> L 'I II
By two weeks. Sunday Mr. Hall was guest Dries quick I/. 1 l''
speaker Mrs. Robert Myrick and mother INSURANCE
.
. . wears beaotuulllANNIS I
Miss Betty Addison and brother at both the morning and evenIng Mrs H. M. McRae, Jo Ann and O 0
Mr,. Arrle Browning and ,,80n. services of the Although not compulAorqr It I I"
1
W. M., spent a delightful Hampton Baptist Kathie Myrick were visiting
Bobby spent a delightful; weekend week-end with their aunt Mrs. Church. Mrs F.L. Conners and Mrs. A. much safer to carry Liability. C '

Itepa\-( In JacUso lvlle with :Mrs. Mary Bessent in Jacksonville. Sympathy Is extended to Mrs.L. F. Hall In Jacksonville Monday. line Insurance., reliable represent stork rompanle only old. ( ''I'

Mary Bessent. The Union Crackers and Bradford L. Bedenbuiuh on the recent Miss Elizabeth Steflln of Starke Your business will be appreci R K
ERVICE I Mr. and Mrs!! Buford McKinney Crackers played a real ball : death of her brother, Clarence A. Mice Shirley McRae ated. \
and was visiting
and Mr.
I and Mrs. three Carl McKinney children spent SundayIn (tame Sunday. Union beat Brad- Newsome of St.sister Petersburg, MM. Alta Mrs.Bedenbaugh's I I Sunday afternoon.Mr. 129 W. Call Street.. 5 BUILDING SUPPLIES: ,5 \Ir .1

Chas. C. Jacksonville with Mr:and Mrs. ford.That's Gregory of Bellevlew, has been and Mra. Robert Taylor Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph INC.

Shepherd W. B. Parrish. all. folks her guest this week. and daughter, Charlene of Lake Phone 104 PhontM 10S4-104S/ W. Main. St.. South P. Q. BOX ft-

I Otis Browning has just returned Edward Carter and daughter 'City spent the past weekend here N. D. Wainwright Jr. I 217 21* GAINESVILLE. FLA. 63 .'

Gay's Service Station from a week's business trip Judy of Qastonla, N. C., are noil with relatives. I ..msIIIelwlalocamm. ... .'''''''''''eIeemusnm'''''' ''' ''"IIrnwNMnsunxunwnlremumnlmmlMnamm'' ''''' '''''''''' '''' .''''''''''''' ''' "'''''"' 'rsMMnenswnrntetnnwnernrwm'' '', ''''''' "''' '" ",,, t.i V
to San Angelo, Texas. ,
HamptonBy day guests of Mr and Mrs. K Mr. and Mrs M.M. Mercer and
and daugh-
Mrs. Mildred Glisson "
B. Watterson and R. O. Smmons. children of Frostproof are spending

.. Mrs. M. C. Sweeney Mr.\ and Mrs. J. W. Horne have I a few days here with her '
T
Phone 52 J as guests this week Jean Kellum,. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Britton
I..Rt .
OY) DEF SEQ"'CEIrs. of Ettowah. Tenn., and Mr. and I Alvarez.Mr. .
rwr TWO PROMINENT CITIZENS
Hartmann
}Mrs Truman Cramer and son, and Mrs. Cauley Nipper and r
*I renew CLAIMED: BY DEATH
TNI iron I.
Larry, of Missouri children Steve and Richard J
I tM p/uoveJ. Il i
Tie citizens of Hampton were Mrs. Andrew Meade of Jack pent the weekend In Ft. Myers wow fUL 'ty t

"\\P Don't Fool 'Em WE: FEED 'EM!1" shocked and deeply grieved over sonville Is spending some time, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
he death of two of the town's with 'her daughter, Mrs. Vernon I J. Nipper. ntotot ill ZfiydQLtRQ them evelt ,
|SOc SPECIAL LUNCH 50c prominent residents last weekend. Slade and Mrs. F. B. Hall. Earl Alvarez was among those % ; 't tA

1 Complete Change of Menu Daily I Culver Van Alstine, 72. died Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Layfield enjoying a fish fry on Sampson ,
I SHORT ORDERS: TOASTED SANDWICHES suddenly of a heart attack while of Trenton parents of Mrs. Ra lAke Monday.

A &; A LUNCHEONETTE lit tile breakfast table Sunday leigh Brannen, moved here last Mr. and Mr J. E. Brown of t
Park Theatre Bldg. morning.\ He had been In 111 health week snd are located In the former Mr. CHEVROLET'SLOW f
Sampson City were visiting AND i ir it
for several weeks, but had L. T. Johns
apparently cottage. I
and Mrs. Jack Goodge Saturday r
been improving. Mrs. Eugene Dlnklns. recently S I rt j
ri
night.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE"In Besides his wife, Mrs. Edith I I had as her guest her sister, Mist
Mr. and Mr. Britton, Alvarez, ': i
Van Alstlne he M nurwed bv Rosalie Parker of St. Augustine.
The Heart of Town And In The Heartsof one son, Earle Van Alstine and Barbara Ann and George Bailey had all of their children at horn t
for llnnc.- lam Sunday with the PRICES
(
of Jacksonville visitors at the
are
bv three grandchildren who reside -
The People1Southern exreotlon of Eugene Alvarez. TheI t!
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home Mr
In Georgia. His son and famllv of their grandparents,
.4 were visiting here at the timeof and :Mrs. L. D. Elland. I children were Mr. and Mrs. Tommy tt7J12
Baptist Church For All People !
Smith and daughter Barbara \
Mr. and Mrs.' A. G. Pope and
Mr. Alstlne's demise. I
%! +indajr I|, family and Edward Saxon moved Ann Mr. and Mra. Lorenzo Alvarea .I even mote ott/iactive. than ut the /la.4.f.1 : I tS
;
School 9:43 Training Unions 6:45 Aaron Mlnton, 71, died :Monday last week to west. Florida, evt'raJmile" gild baby,, Mr. and Mrs. ,i

Morning Worship Evening Happy Hour morning at 2 a. m. In the Alachua from Pensacola. Robert Batten and baby and
(
11:00: '8:00 Countv Hospital In Gainesvlle. | Miss Jessie Mae Brannen of Jimmy Cronby. This was In ad

He had been critically ill for the I Bartow and Mr. and Mrs. Billy dltlon to the children already at
.
oat three weeks. Brannen and baby son of Lake- home .
Morning Sermon "THE STICKERS"Lnrning ... His wife, Mrs. Katie Minton,I land spent the 4th of July holiday Mr.. and Mrs C. K. Andreu of NOT only does Chevrolet stand out as the first and only low-priced !.

Sermon "OVERCOMING: DEATH" mild", his three daughters: had beenIn With relatives here. Panama Cltv were visiting. Mr with all the (following major advance which comprise the

TW.sii\y: AT 8 P. M. MOVING PICTURES"The close attendance at his bedside Mrs. Theo Simmons and little and Mrs. Arthur McRae Monday.,, I I soundest and beat in modern motoring not only does it offer all
Mrs. O. R. Alvarez and
and did everything humanly Ossable of Jacksonville were daughter FIRST in Valae
Also Life Of Queen Esther" to allevate his suffering. I Sunday daughter guests of Mr. and Mrs.Ii Marv Lou of Vanderbilt, these major advantages of Big-Car quality at lowest prices but it i 11

Vacation Bible School Picture He was a Deacon In the Hampton M. L. Watteriron.) Don McMahone, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. offers them at prices: that are now definitely) and decisively lower than f ',I

Baptist Church for many, of the Merchant Marine, has also M. McRae Tuesday afternoon. those of any other car that even remotely approacEes it in quality! I
*'Ult The Church With TIle,VbaltIDl' Pastor" years. been a guest of the Wattrrsons. Mrs. John F. Schultz and daugh FIRST in Big-Car
He is survived by his wife and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hin ten Mildred and Del res, left on It's the first and only low-priced car with the original and outitand- I .. t

three daughters, one of whom Is son of Jacksonville were visiting Saturday night", by bus for their Quality at Lowest ing Unitized Knee-Action Ride. It's the first and only low-priced car t M'I'

Mrs. D. W. Johnson of this com relatives here Sunday and Mon home a visit In here Pittsburgh with the Pa.Mcftaea.after with a world's champion VaJve-in-Hcad| Engine. It' the first and only e

SUPERIOR I munity.Heartfelt sympathy Is extendedto day.Mrs.. Annie Martin and children While here they were dinner Prices low-priced with the enviable Body by F aher. It's the first and only '

these two families. Earl and Patsy moved last weekt'e guests of Mra. B, M. McRae and low-priced car with the triple tafety-protection of Fisher Unocal J

in every sense of fine and upright D.V.B.S. PROGRAMTh Starke. Mm. Robert Myrick. Body-Construct the UruLucd Knee-Action Ride and Positive- i
Mrs. Tatt Elliott and Tom '
modern and unusual carefulnessin Vacation Bible School Cottage'' Prayer Meetings were sons ''
FIRST
serving Dally and Lannie, and Mr, and Mrs. in RegistrationsCHEVROLET Action Hydraulic Brake*.
will present a program at Its begun this week In preparation ,
guarding against needless expense' i Ventrlce Rentr<> and children.
closing exercises on Friday night, 'for the big youth for Christ revival e. Haines And yet. despite the fact that CHEVROLET AND ONLY CHEVROLET I
'I Calvin and Sandra, all of
July 9th, at 8 o'clock in the Baptist beginning August 21 and City, were visiting Mr.. and Mrs., IS FIRST to offer all these major advancements: low-cost r+ ri

Church. All parents and lasting through August 29. with Owen McRae Saturday. motoring it holds an even greater price-advantage and fives you 1'' i ', ti
friends of the children are Invited "Bill" Piper, evangelist of the a
even more value (for Z dollars in with other automobiles (
comparison
Fuller Evangelistic Foundation Ri
at this time. /
DEWITT C. JONES to be present F
I 8TARKB PHONE: 7 charge of the services. "Bill" Is REAL ESTATE today at any previous time in Chevrolet l nistoryl ,tA11yyg
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION a brother of Elmer Piper, who
AMBULANCE SERVICE Mrs.. Claude L. May entertainedat held a large community revival List your property for sal

her home on Sunday afternoonIn here two years ago. with me. I have sold many .I
Funeral Director honor of her daughter. Sylvia's Misses Norma and Connie Swe piece of "property' Lad haw' VaG"sp .. Id' ,

Our fourteenth( birthday anniversary.The eney left Tuesday for a vacation osMy prospective hIrerA;
local funeral home enables u* to birthday cake was encircled with Philadelphia Pa. square deal to ...,........ A r

offer convenience and teruicet. not with red. white and blue While relaUvee,11\In Pennsylvania Norma. will fair cammbMlou.. to all tfca I re_ nd Oz4 -IS FIRST

otherwise, atailablt.bunLp candles and was served with spend a week at Plnebrook Bible quI_ As a member 'of taw > 1 1d

Ice cream macaroons and candy.: Conference In the Pocono mountains. Realty Board you may beassured
the> hljhesi type service at the lowest price a4 Patriotic emblems were given that I will mpiesua d I tl

k 11te Insuraae policy.\ fore*. Issued by ANT COllI ai favors' Among the guests were Louise Ad kins returned Satur- yea to the best of my abOIt). I

110 payment !la part or In full on a fuasral. Consul tatlon Delores Rife. Dayton Ohio; Floe day from Cherry Lake where she N. D. wAiNWRiaiiT. JR. TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

obl1catJoza. ria Gnann. Jacksonville; and enjoyed a week camping with Realtor.f- Phoaa 1M

"Butch" and Don Ousley of Per. the 4-H Club. j STARKE, FLA.z 4



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:... I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDAi FRiDr fR


, ,j' PAGE EIGRT Lake. I Junius Smith Assumes Gavel Of R

._. -" r Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hague and


; ij Trail Ridge Ilmenite Traveled A Long Way N. %. ,.AT'r'P PC AROLIN daughter Mrs.Anne,Frank of, Damaris.Alachua Palmer and are and daughter spendingthe Mr. and,


I '.. month of July at the ,Mitchell -

:II Final Destination Near Starke "f'J!:... '70rALABAMA cottagee on Kingsley Lake 4

To Reach It's \ Tt several Mrs. S.weeks E. Brownlee with her la soninlawand spending


* P daughter Judge and Mrs. A.V
Long at their summer home on
0
Consistent strand, lines In the at.a
ea Lake.
X GEORGIA Cowpen
Tb.* sound of hammer, saw al\d tile about Trail Ridge have been 4 St.Slmon I, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Lee and

rivet la again resounding on IA recognized." son. Bobby of Greenwich, Conn.,,
44 Binding reservation IN If this seems to be gettingbit a Thursday to spend several
Camp tia I. arrived ,
-
.
constructs .
1A'i tlita time not for the Involved don't blame uWe're ) weeks vacation at the Dow- ,
but
a of tun-racks! and bulwaks only quoting. FLORIDA lX xay Ineral City ling cottage on Klngaley Lake

t'' tAW peacetime mining enterprise Now let Ult make a quick:: return .- Imgsl Lee will be rembered as
"black sand" called Ice back to the CIao eA I Mrs. ,
" the from the Age daughter of
whereby Dowling,
recovered from that the) San 8Ias L.GenevaXX Miss Helen
ilmejitte will be east t of 20th Century. It seems othminerals Cope Mr. and Mrs. E. J.' Dowling Sr.
). : Trail Ridge deposits existence of llmenlte and and daughterSue
E.: Duncan
\ ; wall Mrs T.
the. I In
r
shipment. to the lake beaches o
Starke for on XlWeir Tuesday
: of Gainesville were
''y"'' ? ing pigment t pots of paint and main Batlmortv. this area had long been known to I afternoon, guests of the K. O.
Indeed, the
"ylv, Jfacturers. in Wilmington State annual Geologists report of the Florid!I X Indicates: : Occurrence of Duncans on Walnut Street. Sue
19th
few days
1\, know Is staying over for a
1I'u CI t! By now almost everyone that yield I State Geological Survey, publlahe) Ilmenite Concentrates visit with her cousin, Margaret Junlua M. Smith IM shown above ait he began hla t
Is the ore of "heavy minersconcentrates" atlieVernc 1IIId..nt
llmenlte .
In 1928 speaks I
:.f ti ithat t tr' l Club at the
,: ; and that paint ma< occurlng In ama Pose of the Starke Rotary organisation'* rc tWu]

td, v'I. with titanium a titanium dioxide base out Alain source of 17. S. llmrnltewat amounts "on many lake beach Mr. and Mrs A. T. Thomes and meeting Wednesday.! IIv had served several > ..

;3 '+$ lasts, outspreads, and outgllsten formerly- India but imports Including Barnes' Beach on the son, Delano, were In ScottsburoAla. the club. Members A. *. Thomas and W. n. Slundy"aT: !
I 't'' the more corn practically haltotlIn Mario ., the first of the week, where onlookers wields the which
, wt'; paint made with were north side of Lake Weir A. J. aa Smith cave wasMri,\ bJ
their son, )
manly known white lind.iVlmt l resent }
,} ; moot ft'lk don't know ) to use Its. ore at home, Geneva, Clay County: and the Thomas, Jr., to Miss Jean Wednesday nounced the chairmanship of the four major Rotary totnm pi ]
I i must surel, event of
." I :finw, ver. and what Klngsley Lake Beach at Strlclland's grass was an follows: Club Service, Herbert Deal; Community Service! ,
Plec ,
mar.nalyUcal from the 1
of a sand down
of Mlles.Q50
those quarts The Scale afternoon.
'. be puzzle to resort Clay County. Service E L. Matthews
:1b j a mind Is Just bow and mont Plateau into the sea where however, that "Al 100 zoo Mr. and Ms. l'o axle Carter returned Clane, Jr.; Vocational ; Intf'rnallonal'
.. :: added,
t.. minerals. that nov It was subsequently carried by report of.. Monday after spending; A. J. Thomas..
' variety
' the heavy small
when the
,... nand. hills east of. wind and wave action onto the though I weeks In Hot Springs, Ark. .
V IeJ'O'le In the mjnerals would favor the recover;, three I* CIUUUIT: Oil HT. UHAIJFOHIICOUNTV. Judge of the Circuit Coun
,starke ..came to be where they; beaches.In ilmenite the extent of the deposits Maxie Carter Sr. and Maxie FLOIIIDAl IN CHAN-I. ford County Flo.ld.., I I. i
,
t Well, It's a long story, fact, this process Is still goIng of Jr. made a business trip CF.nv Iin that certain. rau.t..p.
t, arm today. Is not sufficient to Justlf;; Carter, ,Tame Rnmnbursrh Plaintiff. v. said Court wherein
.. ,I in fact, that it on as witnessed by the Springs Tuesday Ramnbursh, Defen- America. lne. All
folk. so long. X-markft on the above mjtp (reproduced) from State Geologist's to Green Cove Mary Katharine \
I I exploitation. 6637.ORI Plaintiff and 'BoU.nST'Defendant
I,j starts perhaps half a million year; Tact that ilmenite and accompanyIng Eighteen' years after this repor report) Indicate the location of known concentrations. of llmrnlte. Mrs. T H. Osborne and Mr dant. Can>l. Vl No.ff PUHUPATIONAND Case NY \S
. l't heavy minerals such aa' zircon 1948 -. John Christian returned NOTtrn\ TO APPEAR lined Special Master Ucree
be8C'hes.IhfO" Mrs.
h Grin ago. was published In July Although heavy concentrations are found along pniM-nt and : FLORIDA to: Mary appointed 5.
I' to In OF
t we're, able and, lutile are found today twoweeks' STATE \
Oust imagine back'tn J. R. Thoeneri, chief of the Tuscaoona not and are too unstable to be of commercial \'''ue. Wednesday from a Catherine Ranrmburffh. whose. rani- highest. bidder for V"of .
( a super-duper "flush ertaln beach areas sometimen Division, U are deep vacation trip. Mrs. Os- dance and address. In: % Carey the South Front
i: make Epoch (Ice a more concentrated form even Branch, Mining A storm might shift a pritirnt-brach concentration several miles. ; Osborne, whoIs Phelan 2nV, 72nd St., New York Bradford County Count
the Pleistocene of Mines, accompanied borne visited Mr City N. Y. Ptarke. Flo.lda durlnr ,
whenever that was (even hen In the ancient beaches of S. Bureau reconnalaano The X-marks) In the Klngtiley Lake area Indicate the deposits soon photographers schoolIn You are required to appear on hours of eale 'on ih. t\\
l: J J'geJ. don't but not in such van by Spencer made a Gold Corporation. Thin In an ancient attending Tuljr 12, 1943, In the above named. D. I9H th.
\i', the geologists, themselves Frail) Ridge, to Florida. The Bureau had to be mined| by Humphrey Houston, Texas. Mr. and Mrs Court and cause. wherein. plaintiff enrlhed. personal nrnn.rii?,
'' : '1 IMID to 'be quite so lure). Now areas as is contained there.In trip $10.000 appropriation depoHlt, dating back to the Ice age and Is deeper anti more stable visited their sons- necks. divorce. Bradford CountyTelegraph Bradford County Fiord to
1 back there (or are you the recently released U. S. lust been given The mineral wan brought to Florida by Christianson nhall publish this OrderIn lined. 1941. n.Wi
t.ct later concentration and
,' ;),1 that we're for the purpose of developIng than in-law and daughters, Mr. next four weekly Insueii.Vltneir Model T-BO. Mamifao7m
{.,j mat with u.7)) we find or Bureau of. Mines report on Ita sands along ancient rivers flowing down from' the Piedmont Plateau (upper part map). Clifton Steyenaon In Hour \ my hand and official Number 1487, Civil AMOMmlnlntratlon -
I, % NOT find Florida., along Trail Ridge, titanium Mrs. neat. at Starke, Florida this June C..llfle.t.
}{ ratter we do explorations shore lines In Florida. They naturally ton and Mr. and Mrs. J. L... 8. 1948. NC-1920S. Engine S..I.I
that our particular spot lobert V. Spencer (then with the OFFICIAL SEAL A. .. Thomas. 15'11 and 4717 UK.'btr
,o\ :tl It aem earth hain't even Bureau, but now with Humphrey; conferred with Dr. Hermar Treat Road, North-South; Blanding aglnsthat last December the com- Keating and Mr. and Mrs. John ,( As Clerk of said Court additions, betterment sea
tid" of Ffcradise on of I Qunter. Florida's veteran, State Treat Road-Blue Pond. Ort pant leased 4,000 acres of the Jenks In New Orleans.T. made to or u&nn H.M ii,..
The only hint Gold ,) says: COURT EIGHTH A. Z.
. been born yet. Corp. that IV: THIS CIRCUIT ADKIXS.
'!i....: '. peninsula-to-be Is a so- "It U believed that the high Geologist who recommended In the Maxville-Macclenny pro Camp Blending reservation .fron N. Kendrick left Thursday JUDICIAL ciRcriT OF FLORIDA Aa Special! Maier
.. the great, explore the possibilities ol file' described as apparently the State Armory Board.: The for two weeks' visit IV AND FOR BRADFORD COUNxr eery
into down the hey: was afternoon ,
"land splf jutting and ridge extending Kinsey A Vincent
4 caned\ .
i.. i : about where the St.Mary's Florida peninsula, known aa Tral heavy minerals In Trail Ridge.Cnowlng of a sub-marginal grade "The duPont holdings Include the three with his sister Mrs. R. J. Davis IN CHANCERY H. O. Brown
: the ana Ridge was an No. 61 XT Attorney for Plaintiff. I.!
that ,the Indicate material of profiles mentioned in the Bureauof S C. Cane
; \ river makes a hairpin turn ridge and the Central Highlands other nine In Clover, File No.. 8368
iv',' : (sea map) and perhaps an round Lake Wales are the remnants indent beach Dr. Gunter deduced- commercial quality," Spencer'.'report Mines report aa lying along ML'." and Mrs. Ira Wilson had Alrbank of America Inc.a .

'l today the Central island or spit hat concentrations of the heavy said. Treat Road. their weekend guests Mr. and corporation.
island or two where of a barrier as Plaintiff,
,'" :! Florida Highlands now lay claim hat was developed at the time minerals might be found there Even before the Bureau of The other six profiles reportedto Mrs. Arthur Rutten of Jackson. -vtf.- W. C. T.
found at present Roland M. Stuart,
' to having the highest altitude In his delta plain was being formed just as they are Mines project began, the ,E. I. be of "commercial quality" lie I ville. Defendant.
'j ; I' I I'S This plain was deposited as sub- long; existing coastlines. north of the duPont-leased property Winslow Johnson, Ralph Galney, SPECIAL MASTER'S NOTICE! OF Tight brake ud
J Florida. the suggestion of Or, duPont de Nemours Co., of Wilmington 'and' Robert E. StLB drh'eran never tmdut
on various jr
Acting
under private Galney'
Appalachian streams that headed Inthe and are Harvey .
In the Southern deltas by had started Its own Notice Is hereby given! that under
Del.
. : Mountain area, Just" north of the Piedmont area and which were Gunter, the Bureau of Mines bean ownership which would undoubt- Jones spent the long weekend and In accordance. with that certain. I (
In Florida for an economicore and sale
search
that disclosed final derr of foreclosure
A: i Piedmont Plateau (see map).' eavlly loaded with sediment, acre ; drilling operations of ilmenite so much edly complicate matters for any fishing at Fowlers Prairie. rendered. by Hon. A. Z. Ad It Inn an .
out of that headi large concentrations of deposit would-be developer.' Oil and min- Claude Pi-evatt reports that he
crystalline rocks, cropping .. present streams of
I'{ the ground, gradually release' I that region. The decomponl- eavy minerals along Trail Ridgen I needed In the manufacture eral rights on much of this property caught a 13-pound bass at Hamp- I
1 '"j an area 3000 to 8000 feet wide I paint. First directing' its exploration I of the Lake Wednesday of last week.
through the process of erosion Ion of the crystalline rocks along of 19' efforts along present beaches are owned by Home tort We Wish To Announce
quantities of quartz sand, containing head waters released considerable anl extending a distance the large oil companies. Col. and Mrs. James A. Grif- ,
Q i nijes from about two miles northf I and even off shore under sea their weekend guests
had
eroded fin as
heavy mineral This amounts of heavy' minerals to I If the weary reader has reached
? ; Highland southward to the duPont failed to find anything at their Klngsley Lake place, Mr. The Opening;
rivers which and deposited ;
transported
f rock is picked up by whichVere'
Thecompany's one question
Interest It commercially I this point, perhaps
of Blue Pond. The Coker and Tommy
vicinity and Mrs. son
flow southward, and is deposited In their deltas where they wellt.-I had also still remains unanswered In his
! ;t build the sand reworked,, ern limit was found to geologists and Mrs. Carney of Jacksonville ofcoLONlAL
to subsequently
over eons up were but did mind If the minerals originateIn
Trail Ridge
:
drilled along I .
) .rsl -pit-delta formation which Is the transported, and concentrated by proximately the Clay-Bradford I Isn't the F. R. Coker of Lakeland and Mrs
time consider it an the Appalachians why
not at that
; bounty: line. In places slightly, R. E. McDanlela of Philadelphia
t
Florida currents
of the penlnTe and alongshore
rg timing waves However, carried on there
I' body. mining operation
economic ore" FLCQIS
orebearingand .
than 30 feet of Pa. .
:.'f' A Jdla.i Into spite, bars.-Islands; and reefs more when the Bureau of Mines crew Instead of here? The answer Is
bottom
I was penetrated and the The families of the M. L. Law- .
4' 'believe It or not similar to those along present to spend that of erosion -
the lengthy
with process
--I money
;i ); IttA was not reached In ,some. came along lions, Ewell Lawaons and J. T.awsona STREET STARKE F I A.
Trail 'Ridge extending from the, ,tore lines. for"wildcatting", the duPontgeologists plus the action of wind and NOVA ,

.. t1 Georgia-F1otida line southward to '"The barrier Islands, bars and Fourteen profiles were drilled told them to "go to It"and water that finally deposits the < attended Auburndale a family. the re- '. .
in over
}'J.. Its termination In the "lakeregion" I'* >lts'ln'' Marlon, Lake, Polk and long the ridge by the Bureau of see what they could. find in minerals In Florida, serves to con- weekend.Mr.union At An Early Date
. disclosed
believed to have fines and ten of these
Lake are ,
.l around Klngaley and lighlanda centrate them, making recovery
. the Ridge. had
of minerals: and Mrs. J. B. Cottrell
Geneva,, was once a beach ntalned! the original concentration concentrations heavy In their '
ands the economically possible.
t C. ; |' Highland- When closer drilling by' as their guests at Kingsley Lake "
Florida. klaxvtlle-Macclenny; -
in ;
minerals
duDe area separating the waters] of heavy economic native state, scattered throughthe
of
Bureau indicated ore the weekend Mrs. H. B.
Hill over
;;
r. ;a, of the GUlf on the west from the I During successive sea level change vtaxvllle; Highland-Clay duPont moved back crystalline rocks, it would require and Mrs. R.
Garredd and Mr.
"k i Atlantic on the east. Throughout; of.t.he r Pleistocene, these' featuresere awtey-Clay Hill\ : Lawtey-MiddJo-Lake;I Into possibilities the area and continued Its several tons of ore to ob A. Lee of Jacksonville, and Teddy\ Watch For Our
ofyears eroded and the heavy minerals burg; Lawtey-Klngsley ,
the hundreds of thousands scale. lain enough titanium even te
'Wi: Blending exploration on an exhaustive Kohl of West Palm Beach. On
)I' contained were reconcentrated tarke-Klngsley Lake; I Opening Date
i since the Pleistocene' Epoch
\a; "f. rivent .have been bringing the long Pleistocene shore lines Treat Road. East-West; Blending I This closer check was BO encour- Identify. Sunday they had as their guestsMr.

'I.\.l .. .... and Mrs. W B. Sewell and

t ., r .; .:-. 'YO!"'ro-: ::::'- -. daughter, Virginia, and Mr. and -C
RIGUT'RlSOING folded under so they do not catch Local News Ira. J. D. Cottrell of Leesburg.
'
in the rolb.'Sometimes. IiCity' Mr. and Mrs. Ray Krieter left To Be Under Management of
There are right and wrong way .
4' small articles like Thursday of last 'week for Wash-I

of doing even such a simple household handkerchiefs stick!! to one rolland Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Kldd entertained ngton, D. C., 'where Mr*. Charles Schmltt

r ; { Job aa putting: clothes thn at a family reunion Monday be employed with the Government I
are turned over and over, To '
the trrtnger of the washing machIne at their cottage on Kingsley j starting August 1.
.
avoid this, fold them Inaldu a tow -
, borne economists of the V.: '' 1 Lake. Present were the families
i Department of Agriculture remind. el or other large piece before New y s1: of Mrs. Geo. Flynn, Mrs. Paul I
'
{ wringing.. Canova. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill\ ,
>j', housewives' Careless wringing can
damage both clothes and machine, As soon as the laundry is finished Bull. Struth, Mrs. W C. Powell. Mr. '.
e.v'ferw'
and Mrs Glen' Wood and Mrs. sa
Here are rules for right wringing: release the pressure on the< :
Flowers.
1 Before putting clothes Into th'wringer wringer so that the rolls separate dozer B. F
Mrs. R. F. Prather and Jaugnter,
fold them
'
: smoothlythat ao<
A If they are left pressed together, Sandra of Jennings' La. are
r the thickness Is evenly distributed -
across the roll. Running flat places form on the roll Clears visiting Mrs. Prather's mother,

4 clothes through in a lump Is bart which make for Incomplete wring Mrs.. Fav Gill, at Kingsley Lake. Y. 1

on both clothes and wringer. Ing.Wipe Up Mrs. R.W Douville of Jacksonville T tyi

' i Let the machine wring atl It;space rolls dry before leaving ia visiting. her parents, Mr.

'1 ,, t own Never try to rush the the machine or wash and dry; Dump and Mrs. R. H. Grider this week i

I )let) by pushing or forcing piece; them if they are stained by color- Mr. and Mrs. Douville and son

t through etl clothes. Robert, Jr. expect to leave Jacksonville

;(} Large button pr buckk-s shouli Never allow grease or a grass ty; \ '''for Minneapolis, Minn

,M'a root rvn fnn'+mgh'the wringer" They: solvent like These gasoline substances to bet'rot oi ::i. next Wednesday where they will
the rolls.
' J4 ore' liktoly. to break, bend teaoff ,_ make their home. Mr. Douville >e r
or damage the rubber rolls rubber la connected with an insurance .

Void! small buttons or other fai Pictured above. la the City's $.1,673.00 bulltl.nert"nlqfOd In the firm In Minneapolis. .

teners under a layer of the lab Deeds RecordedF. task of burying want matter at the city "dump" southwest of town. Mr. and Mrs. William Powell

'r Tic before wringing: that they The dump had been denounced by health officials a. a menace. Tin Mr and Mrs. Lewis Powell and

JTw lard come in d.rect contact R. Harrison, Duval Co. to bulldozer "acquired" by the City last Januatty, Is currently engager! daughter and Mr. and Mrs.

t'l 'wir- 'The: rolls. Otherwise, they) 3. S. Hardman, Starko: Lots I,, I In burying waste all well an ditching, pulling stumps. and pushing Ernest Phillips and son Nell HUNDREDS OF AMAZING VALUES

'anay.crsepe'the rubber or be torn 2, 12 of Sub.-Dlv. of VV1-2 of lot .lM .. drove to Daytona Beach on Mon
r I down tree In various ptirtA'of the. City. W. ". Edward. supcr<< > >i
nft. "BcTt, sashes or other smaljetrlpa ,,1. In NE1-4 of Sect 23. Twp. 7,, .
of streets, said the new machine Is the "greatest' swart the City eve day.Mr
, : of 'clothing also should b ; So. Range 21 E in Brad. Co, J. F Robb and children IN OUR 'GREAT
I Including reparian Rights. bought." Operator pictured here Is Louis Bennett city employee. of Hastings were weekend guests J

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___ I __ ----- of Mrs. Fay .GUI at Kingsley
1 / Thompson B. Rahn. Brad. Co Lake.

k ENJOY t I) fe;. A. Gainey Brooke An undivided SCHEDULE OF CLINICS Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mlddleton REMODELINGSALE

1.2 interest In and to the BRADFORD HEALTH UNIT of Jacksonville were Monday

following described lands to wit:: of Dr and Mrs. W. E.
j UOOL been operating in our midst for several guests
It has
(Although
Lot 1. Blk. 17 in Ward City Sect Middleton.
+ 8 Twp.7 So. Range 20H.. except' yean, many people are still unaware of the many free servicesthat Freddy Thomson son of Mr,

RIDING the North 30 Ft. .thereof I are available to the public through the Bradford Health' and Mrs.V.. M. Thomson Jr !

'l I t'nlt. Therefore In order to familiarize: our readers with these. of Montlcello, Is spending' this

f WITH OUR NEW service and for the mutual benefit and getterment! of health of week with his grandparents. Mr.

1 all Athena* of Bradford. County the Telegraph hi presenting the and Mra F. F. Stump. Mist

; PLASTICSEAT Office Supplies following schedule and suggests that reader, clip and file It for Eveyn Stump is visiting the

future reference) Thomson in Monticell this week. HAVE YOU YET HAD THE PLEASURE OF VISITING OUR NEWLY

Foodhandlen's exami- Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonville .
A.M. (9:00 to 12:00)-
T t Monday REDECORATED AND CALLSTBEETTIF
nations: routine blood tst3. spent the weekend with herbrotherinlaw ENLARGED STORE ON WEST

Monday P.M. (1:00 to 3:00)-X-Ray Clinic. Only sns- and sister. Dr. and NOT COME IN AND SEE WHAT YOU ARE lIISSINGNEW'!
COVERS of Tuberculosis and the Mrs. Middleton.
pects, contacts cases,
known cases. Mrs. B. A. Pope of Norfolk.Va. MERCHANDISE ARRIVING DAILY. HUNDREDS OF EXCELLENTBUYS
who has been visiting her
.
Afl-X.eather Trim Wednesday A.M. ((9:00 to 12:00)-Foodhandler's: ) exam THAT YOU WILL JUST
parents. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. WANT TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF.FOL'LOW .
blood tests examination.
e inations : routine ; is
Klngsley Lake spending
50 I fcdklns at
care and treatment of cases suspects and this week with her brother- THE CROWD TO .

.39TARKE contacts Venereal Disease.' in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.rred .

I Wednesday P.M. (1:00 to 3:30)-Well Baby Clinic on Guy in Gainesville.Mr. I

t 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month. Pre- and Mrs. A. F. Sauls spent: The,

t natal (Expectant Mother) Clinic on 2nd and the weekend In Lak. City with I

I 4th Wednesday of each month. Mr. Sauls' sister. Mrs. Mertis I

Saturday A.M. (9:00 to 12:00)-Routine immunizationsand Hawthorn

treatment for hookworm and other parasites Mr. and Mrs Adam Melster Star StoreWEST

Seat Cover Bradford County of intestinal tract. Other services per- and daughter Barbara of St.

taining to public health. Petersburg spent the Fourth of

',r 'COMP ANY A Clerk is available in the Clinic on Church Street .luly with relatives in Stark.I

Telegraph every week day from 8:30: A.M. until 4:00: P. Mr. and Mrs. Earl: Johnson I
,OvnerfCoort Madison of Ga. are CALL
M. for information and other services. and ace Holt Metter. I' STREET STARKE FLA.

7ho.e'31 Startled 128 w. Call Phone 29 t ttl Clinic Services are FREE OF. CHARGE and all Bradford spending the Week's a month's cottage on vacation Klngsley at vro L L
d
I Countians are entitled to its benefits. 1ftr

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