: and Mrs Blanche Wainwright. Miss Mildred Edwards, daughter direction of Mrs L. D. Haines .
of Mr.' and Mrs. L. R. Edwardsof program chairman. Those taking RIDINGWITH
f BILC Starke, became: the bride of part In the program were Mrs.
1; f STARKE eMa FL':. Pierpoint Weds Zenas Tetstone son of Mr. and Linsen, Mrs F. J. Shaw and Mrs. OUR NEW 2 3-4 ltd
Mr. Simmons In June Mrs. Tony Tetstone of Brooker, L. D.' Haines Devotional wall

I at a small wedding ceremony given by Mrs. L. D Haines, PLASTICSEAT Flour Swans Down Cake Flour'' 3 39c
y; 4i Sun Man, July 25, 28 Mr. and Mra. Charles C. Pier- performed Tuesday evening at prayer by Mrs. A. J. Thomas.. ,
I point announce the marriage of Polkaton, Ga. The business meeting was pre .
gg{ FORT APACHE their daughter Frances E. Pier- Miss Edwards chose for her sided over by the president, Mrs.S. Plain Or Self Rising

point, to Mr. G. T. Slmmons.II, gown a stunning black ballerina !B. Sparks Mrs.\ R. B. Alvarez,
of Richmond. Va., which took skirt with a ruffled Ice blue children's home chairman reported COVERSAllLeather 5 Ibs. 48c 34(1
;, Irene Dunn, Edgar HfrgenRudy : Nutley Oleomargarine lb.
of place on June 19th.I blouse and wore a corsage of 1.185: coupons had been sent (
Vallee I The of ,
scene the wedding was gardenias.The In last month. A card was read Trim
ii ALSO NEWS &: COMEDY ; the home of the bride's slater, young couple were accom: from a family in Hungary Europe -

", ,, .6. Mrs. Richard Dove In Arlington, panied to Folkston by Mr. and thanking the W. M. U. tor .
Tues., July 27 only .Va. A reception followed. Mrs Robert (Bobby) Edwards a box sent to them. r Sweet Mixed Pickles
' Immediately after the reception and Tommy Edwards brothersand After other routine business 39STARKE- ; TALC FEED 12 oz. Pickle Patch 23I

r KNOCK OUT : the bride and groom left sister-in-law of the bride. the' meeting adjourned after a rLats ,
for a honeymoon in Mr. and Mrs. Tetston mak 0
Canada are prayer by Mrs R. B. Alvarez.:' I Peanut Patch Peanut
Leon Krrol Joe Klrkwood. Jr.: Mr. Simmons Is the son or Mr. ing their home In the A. L. AU! 20% DAIRY FEED 100 Lbs. $4.69
ALSO NEWS *: COMEDY I and Mrs S. :M. Simmons. Mrs varez apartments on Temple Av.] .I j ; ; Butter, 2 Ibs. 63c
Simmons will be remembered as !if Methodist ChurchThe g SCRATCH, FEED, 100 Lbs. $5.73

, We'd., Thun, July 28. 29 'Miss Ethel. Hunt of Hampton. THANKS PATRONS subject for the Sunday : LAYING MASH 100 Lbs. $5.73 Beachnut Baby Food

'i DOUBLE FEATURE Mrs Janie Avery wishes to sermon will be "Reaping In Unlikely Seat Cover Junior Size, 2 for 27eArmour's
I Scouts On l yJltlss HORSE FEED 100 Lbs. $5.55
FUN Outing thank her many friends for their Places". I !! ,
ON ;
At Kingsley Lake patronage while she was locatedat Sunday evening, there will be COMPANYCorner I .....::_!:,;.t.... GROWING ASH, 100 Lbs. $5.75
the Avery Inn on N. Walnut reports. from the four girls who I Tripe, 5.'J
r A WEEKEND Twenty-seven Boy Scouts and street, and she also wishes to attended the Intermediate Camp Court & Madiaon e&:Il.: ::"'" DAIRY FEED, 16 I 100 Ibs. $4.43
their friends participated in a continue to serve them at her this past week. ,After these reports -I fhoav 10 Starke
C Eddie Bracken PrincllU Page
Lane- weiner roast and swimming par. new location at the J. P. Roberts I the pastor will bring a
E I AND ty at Kingsley Lake July 0 which Grill. brief message on "Coming Alive" BAKING POWDE

4 ,1 Pride of the Turf was given by Boy Scout Troop ---- FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES
70. The boys enjoyed swimming 6 oz. 6c 12oz.lC
Guy Klblro<< the
games weiner roast and

ALSO, NEWS ,,- other T. B.sports.Harding assisted Scout 1 1 US No. 1 Albertas LARGE Ann. Page Vinegar

Fri., Sat.. July SO, 31 master E. T. Shull in holdingthe .. Gallon 57c
I Peaches 4 Ib 39.
DOUBLE FEATURE affair s. -

.it RAMROD Earl Sheppard of Atlanta California White. Washed Campbell's Tomato Souij

Qa. and Mlaa Betty Jean Mc- 2 Cans, 21c
Johnny Mark Brown Arthur of Ellljay. Ga., were the v FRIDAY and SATURDAY Potatoes Loose 5 Ibs. 29c

443 AND guests of Mr and Mrs. C. A. Tomatoes (lona)
Knight at Santa Fe Lake last Fast Easy ActlonlSCISSORS I New York State '
Code of the Saddle 48s 2 No. 2 Cans, 23c
ti t, J..rt. McCrwk, Veronica Lake JACK
l l' DANGEROUS Celery Goldenheart) 2 for 19c
a ALSO SHOUT &: SE I.\L Miss Margaret Manlre visited Lifts lowest-built car up to.nixPe"yt0Ue' Green Tea (Nectar)
m friends In Jacksonville Sunday. CURVES \\I holds
California Thompson Vt Lb., 33c

fl .:$ rJ -- 11.6 U FASTER $5.95 Seedless Grapes lb. 29c Oa.I

'.. 'ati !t.. HIGHwgr 5pfDfB Bisquick, 2 I.bs. 8 f\\

" Fresh, Red. ItipeTomatoes .
: Octagon Soap, Bar,
t 1
,t'. owQ THER Cartons lb. 19c
4.. AUTOMATIC Ii, California Fresh Oatmeal WalnutCarrots

::1.fm' GRIPPERS CURVE 4 2 Bunches 19c Ginger 10 Snaps oz. -20c Coconut|

Can stop dan s"
skids i

haters Earth they, + Oxydol (Giant) E

Top Dreft, (Giant)

r'' + boats molding ladders brack-.ttc. Drip 65c '

..ij A Licensed Pharmacist Is Highly Skilled In An Important eta, 4 suction I 2 for
90 Swan Soap I.g.
Profession. Both You And Your Doctor: Hue Pork fj I t
; Chops
\\1"..hla The patented Curve-Grtppers offer vital I 57C Toilet Soap Sr 4
We're protection for your family against lummer Octagon
And Integrity.
On Ills
To Rely Competency driving hazards! See thitR. today! t 6.00x16
: .'1 Particularly Proud Of The Record Of Our Pharmacists. GUARANTHD 2. YIARSI $14.35

pJ Prescriptions Are Filled Accurately Promptly And DAVIS WCAHWIUS RIDUCID. L-rool Plus Tax Fresh Ground Hamburger, lb. 49c

quality" al low cost. 6.00a16
I''i ? With Scrupulous Care. If You Want Your "Bill Of Dependable IASY TERMS. $11.50 I ** r I *
Plus Tax

7 l Ii, Health" Filled Right Come To Us. p I Picnic Hams, lb. 53C

/' 'Sporfon" Twin Shrimp (Fresh) lb. -


?lea"11'- matched
HOSPITALSUPPLIES ".set Penetrating ,
"Chompien ft AC" .Eu)' to install power. Fresh Mullet lb.
Such As: Trusses Crutches, Bed rsnu SPARK PIUCS60c CIlUMI 25c

t $6.95WESTERN r.
Pans, and Bandages World Wilt Rtctptionl.2WAVI WRIST liponilon BAND 55c In Sets WHITE N0

TRUETONI.; Stainless steel A & P FOOD STORE

Beautiful[ .. _..a.non.maneUc Gives your I AUTO ASSOCIATE STORENOMI I S MILK;'
cabinet. Unusual ,,
STORESTARKE ivory plastic power and .tonee. watch a new- I OWNED AND OPERATED BY THE
DRUG : Ystror

FLA. $35.95 39c J. F. JAUDON >300.302 E. CALL ST. 3, TAll 42c

115 W. Call SU Starke. Fla. STARKE, FLA.'i ..W.---.n .M.a-O_ '- -


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Mrs. W I;. Edwards and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner Mrs. W. H. Noll-nan and her ; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Girton of VIlsi June Caldwell Pat Me- Mr. and Mrs. I.. S. Hutto and

LOCAL NEWS 1Mrs. ] Fredrika of Jacksonville and and J. C. Sapp were at Daytona house guest Miss Margaret B..an'' St. Petersburg were recently I Griff and A. W. Anderson, Jr.", family had as their weekend /"

ITS of Mrs. W. W. Page and daughter Beach Thursday of last week. were dinner guests'! of Mr. and visiting their farm near Theressa spent the weekend In New Orleans guests, Mr. and Mra. E. M. Hutto '

'l rrrrmrm Merrill Lynn, of Lake City were Mrs. Nelma Keen returnedlast Mrs. Crosby H. Dawklns in Jack and In Starke. La., where Miss Caldwell and daughters, Patsy and San-

guests of Mrs. W. H. Struth and week from a months vacation sonville Monday night. Dr. and M..... H. H. Adams was the! guest of her sister Miss dra of W. Palm Beach, and Mlaa f i
Robert (Bobby) Mrs. Lawson and son, Jerry Mis Kate Struth the first of the son-in-law Mary .To Caldwell In Caldwell of Columbia
nd Mrs. H. A. Lawson spent with her Mrs. L. G. Powell left Tuesday returned Monday from A ten a nurse! Carolyn
and little daughter and son week.Mr. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. H.H. of last week for Saluda, N. C., days trip through the New Eng Charity Hospital there. S. C.
Charles and H. O.
ere leaving I i Saturday ted Mr Lawson vlsl- and Mrs. K. T. Murpheyof McConnell at Florence S. C., and where she will vacation for two land states and Montreal Canada. John W. Prather has returnedto Fabrics by the yard for
f A. B.
N.Y.. Woodham In I
borne I in Brooklyn. oonvllle Jack- Chicago, Mrs. A. Rogers. Mr. with friends at Greensboro, N.C. weeks. Mrs. Powell was Joinedby Mrs. Adthur Brown'and son his home in Los Angeles, school dresses! at Stump's. ;, '
r with Tuesday.
two weeks and and Mrs. A O. Andreu and Mrs. Mrs. Lulu Mott la visiting Mrs. I her mother Mrs. A. H. Frlpp. Buster of Gainesville are vista- Calif., after spending several Mr. R. Q. Dodson returned to

*yrd's parents. Mr.North "STAR BRAND" dress and L. F. Dinkins spent Tuesday at Angle Deakle and daughter Vlda, Misses Louise and l Etta Fripp of Ing Mrs. Brown's parents Mr. days here visiting friends and her home In Jacksonville Sundayafter y k

R Edward on work shoes for men attract Silver Springs. in Lake Butler this week. Columbia, S. C. and Mrs. W. H. Smith this week. relative and attending the funeralof spending? several days With r+;

Lawson Stump's.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Holton and Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Montelth. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Chlsm Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sadenwaterand his father W. C. Prather. her father and mother, Mr. and it :',:it

end Mrs. Mu Henry, and! and Mrs. W. T. Jordon daughter Linda Kay, have returned daughter Margaret and son. Joe, returned Monday from Jersey little grandson Larry Spark Mrs. J. E. Mundorf of St. !ors. T. M. Hutch nl'lI. I'' u't

Marvin for a have returned home after a six from a weeka vacation were visiting friends here Thursday City N. J., where they spent man. returned recently from a Petersburg Is visiting Mrs. R.E. Miss Margaret Beall of Pittsburgh ;
: having Sunday weeks vacation In the west. They spent In Tampa Bradenton. Fla., the weeks. vacation in Mrs it 1 ,
of last week while on their past two Gary Ind Larry will! Mundorf for two weeks while Pa. la the guest of /

smototrlptoramira.Wilma Dock visited their son and family, Mr. and Tifton, 'Ga., with friends and way back to Eustia from a two Mrs. M. J. Green had as her pent the summer here and fly I Mr. R. E. Mundorf Is on maneuvers W. H. Nollman at her home on I''' t(.

B viSit Mrs. and Mrs.' O. L. Jordon in Shreveport relatives. weeks vacation spent at Phoe- guest last week Mrs. D. C.* back to Gary in time for school. '
La. and Mrs. T. S. Miss Evelyn Stump Is at Fort Jackson, S. C. Madison street.
J. Shaw their daughter andpghteb Ferguson vLslted nlsvllle: Pa. Brooks of Miami. ; a''
d Mrs Frazier family. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lucille Terry of Putnam returnedlast Mrs. Maude Mott Is vacationing Mrs. S. P. Vandivere in St. Petersburg '
Geraldine, pent Billy Unx- I Miss Carolyn Keen
Hall while Judge Ferguson atten for two weeks In Tennessee ; this week. :
1 Flagler Beach. wiser, !In El Dorado, Ark. week from a weeks vacation -
at t ded the Democratic convention I and Kentucky. Miss Sammy Klckllter left Sunday It

In Philadelphia recently. spent at Daytona Beach. I Simnlicity Pat t eras at I for Atlanta where she! will DAVISOF :

Miss Eunice Lawson of Au- Mrs. Roy Smith arrived here Stump's.Mrs. spend her two weeks vacation
from Tennllle, G*. to
yesterday with her brother-in-law
burndale is visiting; the Lawson Mattie Gahagan/ returned and slater .! I

COULD BE YOU! families here !hi Starke this week sister spend Mrs.several K. O.weeks Duncan.with .her I' Saturday from Bluffton. S. C.. Hendricks.. Mr. and Mrs. A, Wendell BALTIMOREPAINTS -:I

before leaving Sunday with the where she spent ten days with
Mrs. D. C. Forehand who has" I' Dr. C. T. Welles and Mr. Woo- '
M. L. Lawson- for Elmira N.Y., Mr. and Mrs. Emmit Gahagan. "f t. J I It. : :
been Mr. and Mrs. T. T. dy Cornwall of Ga. are .
Jurors Award $8,950In for a three weeks vacation. visiting: Attorney and Mrs. H. V. visiting .
Long returned to her home In Knight and family of Gainesvilleare Dr. O. L. Haynes this week.Mr'ad : .
Auto Death Cue Ladies' and Men's Bedroom i it .
Albany. Qa. on Tuesday. vacationing at Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Marlon Pettit of ,
Slippers lit
Stump's.Mrs. Mrs. B. A. Pope) and son Ben. They have as their guest for <> Gainesville were weekend guests .i

widow Tallahassee of Sam, July Coleman 9. (AP) -former The E. L. .Matthews W. E. Mi
Va., last Friday after spendingthe and little son Cecil, also of I
Florida A. and M. College for Ne- dish luncheon Thursday of last Interior t
Mr. Exterior
put month with Mm. Pope's Gainesville. and Mrs. James B. White- Floor & Deck Enamel t't'I I
alumni president,', today was week at the Matthews home on
groes head of Starke '
and Mrs. A. Z. Miss Montle has are announcingthe .
awarded $8,950 ds itigM for his Kingsley Lake.' The guests all parent Adkins. Judge returned home after Hutchings a months birth of a daughter Elaine, SEM-I-GLOW For Wall & Woodwork 'f' :' ;

death In an autonJo \U le'accidenthere from Jacksonville were: Mrs. born 17th
and July at the Shady-
Mrs. H. B. McLendon visit In Pensacola with friends.
several months Mae Jones Mrs. R. C. Dowllng. 'f' ,
ago. crest
Hospital. .
daughter, Jeannette of Orlando Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H. Daw-
Coleman, a Tallahassee mall carrier Mrs. E. L. Mlddleton. Mrs. W.Q. visited with Mr. and Mrs E. S. klns of Jacksonville will tx week. Mra. Ruby Johns. had as her

died after he was struck bya Dowllng Mrs. R. C. Dowling, Jr., Matthews from Thursday until end guest of Mrs. DAwkins' weekend guests. Mr. and Mrs.R. We Carry A Full Line Of These Paints, 1-t' i;

car owned by Ethyl. Hollowayand and Mrs. J. N. Peetree. Monday when thev went to Port Barents Mr. and Mra.V.. II M. Grlffcn and Emory Burnettof To Be The Beat / ; '
Word has Guarantee
driven by John Leonard, aFlorida been received from Tampa. And We
St. Joe to Join Dr. McLendon Nollman.Mr. I
Mrs. J. W. Klnrald'from Zion fi I.
State University student. Also spending the week with the and Mrs. L. S. Hutto ha(' Judge ThomAs S. Ferguson, t

National Park. Utah, that the McLendons at Port St. Joe Is as their Sunday guests Mr. and delegate to the Democratic National BRADFORD ::'t !

scenery there is beyonl descrip Florence P. Brown. Mrs. T. F. Hutto son, FrAnkie Convention In Philadelphia!

\\ery Branch of tion. Mrs. Kincaid Is enjoyinga Mrs. J.V.. Jordon left Mondav and daughter, Vonnie, of Jack was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.N. HARDWARE COMPANYSETZER'S Lt

months trip through the West for Baton Rouge La., to visit sonville. D. Wainwrlght Jr.. Mondayand :

]INSURANCEIE and Canada. her sister, Mrs. Fred WelmVr. Miss Bonnie Judson of Pen- Tuesday while enroute to his : ''Ia

I Mrs W. M. Wainwright and From there she will go to Zwol- sacola Is a guest of Mr. and Mrs.R. home In Miami. I;i dl 1 1 J
daughter Martha Jane '
of'Tallahassee -
n' lie La., to visit her father and R. Hutchlngs. t.
are spending a few davs mother Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight will f t
I week with Mr. ,*r
and *
Mrs. J. R. .
Larone. Then Mrs. Jorden will have as their guest this week t

C. WAIL AGENCY | Wainwrlght. visit her sister, Mrs. Charles end Mrs. Charles Larsen of .t i. '
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews
Brown in Shreveport La. Mrs Lakeland.Mrs. ''I (
returned Thursday of last week Jordon expects to be gone about J. W. Rooser Is visitingher
Orlando where they had
mother in this week
two months. Tampa
l .1 t I II
Constant Service Over 50 Years spent the past two months with I Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Adams of and will bring her here with her 1 i
Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon: I ,T II
'Jacksonville spent Sunday with for a short visit. .. '1
Mr. and Mrs. L. Fv Dinkinsand Mrs. Mills Audrey Carlisle. K N., ",
with Mr. Adams' mother, I
S tll
1 1t
daughter Jo Ann Mrs.An- Carrie E. Adams. has Joined the nurse's staff at r ,
:t! J r
ireda Rogers and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Chlld- Shadycrest Hospital. '
,;< .
W J. of
Murphy Chicago spent ress and sons' Steven and Joe. "

LASSIFIEDLE Thursday at St. Augustine and of Rlchlanda Va., are moving to ........4 ______

Marineland. Starke this week. Mr. Chlldress SUPER STORES :1 :
L. is :
Eugene Matthews expected has the Humpty Dum-
: (n. K. Exhaust ran.h. FOR RENT: Furnished ; this
cottage home
/ 01'coupl. weekend from .
Pt-rfcil. Condition. I4D.60. ... Apply 328 W Call St. ty Grill on S. Walnut Street and, SUMMER FUN I
:. !:50; gallon Automatic! Demory Hill where he has spent first of ,. t
Up to It the
r 1500.aril Thoroughly vlpctrlo/ pump recondl-with FOR the past two weeks vacationing. expects next week. reopen 113 E. Call St. STARKE We Deliver : :
Eastern, Auto Supply: It (the entire: Kurnlxhed apartment School clothes for boys and t ,
i upper floor)*9f 2 bed Little Paula Glllen. daughter I
iisT all I rooms with bath, dining room, girls at Stumo's. Begins I I
: .l-ronm apartment ; living of Patrolman and Mrs. Hal Glllan
J>_hfd. Rent I'rlv-ttc rinHnnabl Hath ;and 2 girls en. arate entrance room kitchenette.935 month. S..p.I At. Mrs. S. W. Halsten Is spendingtwo has been confined to her home JULY 23 24 Quantity Rights Reserved i j
plf 602 Lafayette St., or I tractive F.rates to a permanent weeks with her daughter, the past ten days with the mea B
::l, aiarln-,, Itp Ave.renter A. Scott SOl Temple lip Mrs. Pearl Miller In Miami. "(

Mrs. Fay Gill had as her Sun sles.Miss r''
\LE\ : 19 arre farm with 5.bouH' Frances Crosby spent a :
two miles south often FOR SALE: Oreyhound bus 4 bodies day guests Mr. and Mrs. J. F I II
> ,, for 11300. tjca or writ 30-x7'. Ideal, for flnhlnacamps, few days last week with her I
.,.ter, Hampton.LE cabins, etc Alumnlnum frame Robb of Hastings Mra. R. F. aunt Mrs. Patsy Younger In San- With A CAMERA Flour 25 Ibs. 'I I
sliding windows; outside all Prather and daughter, Sandra Camden lease $ i i
metal. Can be ford. IIi
: 1 record player seen at Greyhound : '
'IT 1 complete netinr- C.station. ,. : .ltnr"y Heights. Kobt. who had been visiting Mrs. Gill ,/'Mr.. J. M. Hembren! retuI'ne't i:I a v.",\Summer Fun begin Plain or Self-Risinq : 1.69f*
Clii'Hlcii, very new."'l met Jackson avent.: a few days last week returned III IfI
loprdlH. excellent condition Box 12, Keystone Heights FlA. Sunday from Wewahltchka where with a Camera and it I
Inf Horn Study Cour. at 21 7-23 with" the Robbs to Hastings fora she had been visiting her mother = never ends! For picture ,
mice, I HIM I trombone good few
days visit this week.
roe Box 431-2 Starke. HOUSE FOR Mrs. J. F. Williams for ten days. liv. forever, and yourprecious CANT i '
RENT: J-rooms, part- iii AMERICAN NO. NO. I ft
.at 7-SO i ly furnished or unfurnltined. Jimmy Cannon Is vacationingat Joe McDonald and Miss AliceSt. pictures will
Lights and water. 2 miles out on Miami Beach this week. Johns In Orlando ;k"&R Bans; : '
LK Pineapple pears for Hulford Road. Arthur Dale Rt. spent Sunday W bring happiness for score Sardines ioc .7'/c :

1 Demereet.r end<] pickling Starke.now ready.ItpY 3, box 143-A. lip shear Mr.had and as Mrs.their Sunday James Black-guestsat ly. Mrs.visiting Brantly Mrs. returned Sunny Brant.here (it of years. Begin right, with ; :

FOR.... TALE. AT BARGAIN: 3 kero.n. Kingsley Lake Mr. and Mrs. with Miss St. Johns for a visit Sd our recommended cameras :
ranges, t coal Ii
WAVTKrv: Phy..lclen'lI range. and supplies.
lunt' Blade Das Co., two doors from Frank Pickard of Green Cove Miss Gloria Harris of Green
and technician.
BxperP [.41

L O Box 628 =:Ilar t"Ia FOR railroad SALE track: 2 lots on Call fur. In*St.Orange If I Springs.Mr.. .and Mrs. James! Deaver Cove Mrs. Inez Springs Green has for been the vlaltln past*' = -fttryrslafHOLLYWOOD;, '..'e.pe,." Plantation Oleo Ib. 35c :1'11'! ;:\

St. 1400 each. Kri-ol Alvare I spent the weekend In Bruns- week ,
MATTRESSES 602 Lafayette St., Starke. ltpl I wick
with Mr. Denver's
parents E. P. Rltter of Hamlet, N. C., "
OF ALL KINDS FOR BALK: 2 lots with 4 good) Mr. and .Mra. J. O. Deaver visited his sister il
Mrs. L. S. Hut-
i 1LBe 32c I
RESOTEDt houses In Reno 'Mamie 1..11 and at Jekyl Island, Ga. 'Camera & Gift Shop ; J
Austin. 4tp 7-2 to a few days last week.
Mrs. R. E. Jones Jr., and son. Dr. O. L. Haynes and Jerome Armour Shortening !
FOR RENT: : Attractive modern Fla. ; !
Starke 3 LBS. 95c }
furnished and nnfurnlxhed apartments Terry are spending this week at I Johns spent a few days last weekat 'I

I : also separate. 8-room-and. Daytona visiting relatives. Myrtle Beach. .." ... ,.. t I
t bath hones; eltad yards, cloae In

t<< Fl "Monahl... 201 W. Madison. tf ----- -_-_- .J..cDELH'ERY 5 Lbs. GRITS MOTHERS l':

WANTED: We will pay you 79eca "" I II
pound for old cotton ra... 'Vepr..t..r 39c

| AiD KElTHOLSTERED H REFINISHEDDrop RMTTRE: No frraph.. pants.them Bradford clean and County buttonless.Tele-It FREE I 5 Lbs. MEAL J"ASST. BEST ii } J ;

r'II WANTED: ,I'ottane on Klng"'ley -
A Card Lake for two or three weeks dur '

STINGS r 230 MATTRESS Palatka, Fla.FOR CO.. ing I mb'anh'r1; gl W',. E.preferablywith Wilcox,,I SAVE 50 MILESIN FLAVORS CMQUOT' BENNETTS IT. v i ;
P. O. Box 760, Ft. Lauderdale I

m SALE 1 Fla. TO SELL at somebody1 3tp 723UolNcl ANY DIRECTION Club Drinks, Qts. lOc Salad Dressing 29c I ;. :

price next week 2Vi acre lots
with 5 houses and one store -
-BEr-ROOM residence building facing Temple Ave., big
r limp jf stark! Just com- 7-room house just painted. Any RED 'HANDLE FIVE STHINfJ SET/ER LARGE LOAF
Cheap for half cash body being Interested In buying VI 1
PAINT anti Concrete Block see 0 t). Kelly or write to I'D
rb..p..t, price I ln town. Box 649. Starke. Make me your BROOMS 69c BREAD lOc ;
Clearance -
DAtRL h. half glace, 2'6"x6'8". price at 011<*... Income Is. liMO SALE .
monthly from the houses. Itp "'
JliM5!: Cement Glass Block -
| 4nrl.jiirrxe. pipe Stepping FOR RENT: fnfurnlshed or partly. 'r I
Bnnn Pier.. Mortar lolls, '
Wlndot\ furnished apartment Very reasonable. Scratch Feed to .1
Call at 22.1: or 300 Tem.pie .
(truck haullnir.\ Fill dirt for Ave. lip B on" t f ", I'

LOT .n -IIY' limit. of BABY CHlf.KSTi..vy Reds, Ham : r i I
'"on. I iAh ground, 1200 up. shires. Rocks COD 11.185 per (t; : BOUDOIR CHAIRSWas Laying Mash I I ,
per mo. 14)0.) We stand behind them 100percent. l-j 25 POUNDS ;tf I"i "
nr'pe of .
ep buildingcon Also ducklings andpoults. .; ,\' I IrE
David Nichols llatcherv.Kockmart. .> '
t BAND I-ISI'II 13.68 OalvanUed per yard Pipe.[In Da. lip :25.20$= NOW $18.00 $139MEDIUM 'i"" .' i I
i'l .
FOR RENT; 3-room apartment with NOW $12.00 .
I.- 111 Was $15.95
4-Wheel 1 drive dump '.
t with 10 screened porch, gas heat, iras SIZEAvacoda
I, Ion winch. stove, electric refrigerator comfortable

Mre Ed.E"U""EERI..a.... Pkme CO.M Long, 40.1 large Walnut rooms.rlt. Mrs. F. Up H. NICE SELECTION OF COVERS. GOOD) SPRING; >> Pears lOc ?nN -

t6 r.AI'Jf, to order Photohi. WANTED: used baby carriage./ CONSTRUCTION. EVERY BEDROOM SHOULD.
., Cerriflcatea J- <-.n..... .te. Wanted. by serviceman. Call 2601 HAVE ONE 'OF THESE
? .eloctlon mouldln to and ask far Mr. )ICElhtarPC tt
;.fr.m 'II work -rumranteMlCAMERA < )
P.' nooD GIFT South Carolina US No. 1 i r, ; t
:Two;; furnished
tf FUR RRNT: cottage
on lake good bathing and fifthIng OF TillS BARGAIN!
ELL *.. Near highway. Rent reasonable. TAKE Sweet Potatoes 3 Ib. 29c MEATY LI}). :,
YOUR TIMBER W. 8. Slhley. Highway .
100, or PO Box 14.1, Starke.i ,

hest Cash I Prices>> Paid ;i NOTICE__ : .. : I will decorate cakes 2tp 7-SO at SEWING I CAB I NET S --- Close Outs Neck Bones 1d; ,""' tY

I my home, 316 N. Church Ht.. If Bunch -- 4
1LI. II11Y( IN BULK r given at least two days advance NUMBER I Green; Top California ',
OR I IN I notice. Mrs. Maude Lappe. 214 LIMITED I I VEAL

UNIT I N. Church_ ..St., _Starke. It _ NOW $25.00 CARROTS 8J2Ci.c 1
I Original Value $39.95 _ d'I
EDWIW: Mahogany 3gLl
In -
PECK ; Ing dune reasonably. At sign"home Finished S ,
P. o. Box -163 Laundry" 3 blocks west
: ?
Union Bus Station at curve t>tItalford } 1
Fla. I Road. 2tp 7-21
SWINGSOriginal ; imocK I'KC.: I I
PORCH Strt'ak.O.J.ean Ltt. ,
d me Fort SAL ;: Ire refrigerator, heavy METAL y I
a POteard!' and I duty coil springs, breakfast room
kill I 1 bed with mattr******. Marshmallows lOc
set roll-awar
come Bacon
see you. a .x6.. tractor belt. It. -F21D..723'APARTMENT rno- NOW 12.00 White 29c,
Starke. -
-ALE rest Value .
: at r
tUwter. 40 were.'h pig ),
'' FOR RENT: Private

!?"tie It.,Ihwjf.1"1?InV-} 1II1I."t?bedroom of n.w-WMtof | -in...th. reasonable. iras Move r..nt.l&rperoerme.R F. Demo-..vlvise Use Our Budget Plan On 'All Merchandise Adt'ertlsed-- SATISFACTION Lit. }Western. Meaty LB. 1 '

,it "''bri,Sri'T:rm! or fIIate'' rest 211 Park Place Starke.2tp! 7-11 We Guaran; ) San You

'all"Vn l Fn,'
Wo.M.1 Tudor fI..dan. and a 7-2.1
2 '..nUn.I ,- Reno. Ktp ATDenmark
nPh1tD YOU
Futch Lawty, Frame house 14"Z( I IT'S A -
RA.\CEZ rooms' bath,ar od P'V-w'P-.li 7BrJ', I ALL BRANDS
.. metal roof plumbing .
LV.f-fff'11'.1.1..11-. .. (tub) wat.. pipe sink. eiec."ante. and Furniture Co.PHONE
wlrln." gas hot water beater .
: nc burner" I .
.C&1i BLb.' Wpaln..I..hlo. Jr. Ili vai .(notpelee.lfuWillarcellar apaca m'plate j STARKE FLA. SNUFF 3 for ZSc M
'U H i
e "HEAP (plambln alone 1 151 :
au |1150 *
uncle. )
to yourlot.
..).. duty t.an.ml.- worth $500)( Ton Matth move w. re..l- .cJJJ<.J.T
urjflUnt. of body.u..eI lumbar Al.o a. dance. Apply. Church B. &1>Ith Bin. Phone tl |I V ff so 0 J.JV .J..JY: .

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PAGE SIXClay -- DJetfrleeCamd .

hid bid for a period of maiden name Bradford County STATE OF FLORIDA to: Pearl! iv CIRCUIT COOIT. BRADFORD In next four weekly Imiues.Wltnena '
I withdraw ''
'u' 0r steps are dark paint them white, thirty diiya after the data set forth Telegraph shall publish thl. Order I:Mn> Hudxoii. whom. re..lcl.nc* and COUNTY, FLOHlUtl I'M: C1I4M-: : ,.seal at Stark my. hand Florida and, this.JutyL official. New''<.Iono. ; III
of opening thereof.All In next four weekly I..u. address. In: 9 Lee Str..I.co., CKIIVI.awrfnce f You are Jerk r. t
i I did. Not so much danger work shall he don In' accordance Wltnea* my hand and official Texas Rosen, PI..lntlftj.v... Sylvia IlIe8. Au.uat 11. J94K.r.'lulr.d to ,
::11 i 4: Hill 1 falling. Liver Is easier cut when with plan upHclfluatlon peal.at Stark, Florida, this July 1. I You are required to appear on Rosen Defendant. Case. No. Ae(OFFICIAL r'lerk of SEAL said) Court.A. J. Thomas,I Court.eeks divorce nen. wherre:'::
: ; refrigerator. Use and contract document Aua-uat S, 1941, In the above named 6687.ORDEH T. Frank Landrum Starke Fla. R 91
,. frozen in the thereto which. may be examined/ at OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Court and cause, wherein plaintiff OF PUBLICATIONAND : 7-2 4t 7-i3
for Pit.
r Lora Burgm Mohr gravy boat when filling the office of the Superintendent. nf Aa Clerk. of geld Court.T. seeks) divorce Prmlford! ( County NOTICE TO APPEAR Atty. In nxtpouraWeekl4.hothliG
By your In public ln,,tructlon, Hlarke, Florida, Frank I.andruni Ht.rk'Fl... Telegraph l nhnll this OrderIn i "STATE' OF FLORIDA tOI! Sylvia CIRCUIT : IIII DFOHIFL.OHIOAI >I my handltnd
1 the hot Jelly IN: roiwN
Nebr. Put : :
ronca, W. Join, for : .rryblu: lie.
,;I' c Jelly glaasea. or at the office of Sanford Atty. Pit. T.J 4t 7-13 noitt four ., 'Rouen, whoa residence and addren .Coha'rv' JII: CHAN; : 7 1948 Starke, Florida,
Into Florida. One
; the boat and pour easily Architect ilHlneavlll contract Witness. my hand and official In: 2765 KlnKxbrldgra Terrace, Bronx CEHYRay t141jAsClerk
f Use a crayon to mark Met of Huch and plane form and for bidding :J10TICK: seal at Stark, Florida, this July 63, New York. U Jeffries, Plaintiff, va. (OFFICIAL SEAL) .
tx Wherein I help to lay away glasses. home canned document he vrured by neneral. contractor Notice la hereoy given that the 1. 1941. You are required to appear on Amanda Jeffrie, Defendant. Cat ot said Coin I'Tp.
\ father and do 110 ; the label on Jars of may from either of said offlcea underalcnvd la engaged In busine.eunder (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas, August. 2, 1848 In the above named No. 8r.dO< Sty 1aven C'l'oabv I) ,.
to rest a dear foods. Write the date too. > .ltlri. therewith the sum the fictitious name of Went- *.. !.TK ot said Cnurt. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Rivera k AI'd..r..on'
by o
enjoy these cool rainy days 01' of 15.00 ni In ah or money order, I ern Auto Aaaoclut !Store at the T. Frank T.andrum. Stark, Fla. seeks divorce. Bradford CountyT.J..r.ph NOTICE! TO APPEAR ,Springs, Fla. U 'a 'a C
'r, f' Here Is a White fruit salad: will be refunded upon following .ddr..... 115 West Call Arty, for PIt. 7-3 tt 7-23 shall publish this Order STATE: OF FLORIDA tot Amanda .Atty.. for 1'1f
I for hot weather. Cook together enbrPeaionoaion, .of c. bona fide bid Ht, Starke. Fla.r and Intend toregliter I.t 4. .
Nice the
.. July.Life of said plana and con-j) name
sweeping thru and 1-2 ( In the office of the Clark of the
I is a fire 2 egg yolks 'up.swet't tract documents In good; conditions: I Circuit Court of Bradford
cool add Juiceof within ten day after the *
the veins; milk. Fla.
It is a wind that hurricane 1-2 lemon and add 3-4 cup for the opening sets requested of hid*. for Any additional J. F. Jnudon, US West Call fit.' ,

its might of heavy sweet cream. Beat add a lioxeH hid' will other be than furnlRhed the *at the*......pur-I Stalk, Fla. % U 841(41,:!

against the stars or warm 1-2 can of shredded pineappleand cot of duplication but without iv omrriT ('01 nT. ni 'UFon'O. ot9I LfDDD

.! ': spring-sweetened rains; 1-2 can of white cherries rUII"Illdclem' riuallflcntlon, moat b* COIVTY.Y' Fl.0nillt I.\i (,...AII.c'n : .

) It is the golden miracle of light. Cut up 1-2 Ib of marshmallows HUtlHfact'iry tu the Hoard of 1'ulilla, Twivenla M. Smith Plaintiff, v..

Tt And life can be like a river. each in 3 or 4 pieces, mix the Instruction for the County of llrad- (hailea. M. Smith, Defendant. Cane
for Towing: flowing first mixture and let stand In The Hoard nf Public InntriKtlonfor ORDER OP PUBLICATION:

l' d\. Or.love, that changes the corny refrlgerater over night. Serves the. county of Bradford, State ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR /
of Florida' reserves the right to STATE OF FLORIDA to: Charles ORANGE
: ',, ,. monplace to strange; six people. Nut meats can be add- waive Informalltlea In any bid and M. I>Smith. whoa residence. la un
n Or it may be the metamor ed for variety but make It dark. to reject any and all bids.Board known.
.: ,; of Public Initrtirtlon You are required to appear on
.' : phosis. and change Digger Is barking down on the for the County of Bradford, AuKUt 2. 1948, In the above named 1 1l
"State of Florida. 'ourt and ,
I, cause wherein plaintiff
', But death. Death is the rock lawn. He seen squirrels and rab ny Arthur R. McRae, eeka divorce and restoration ol l!
:, ; t bits. The robins hopping about 7-18 3t 7-.10 Secretary maiden name Bradford County
{ that rims the sea,
Telegraph shall publish this Order
I 1'0; The cliff; the cold Indifference disturb him. Life la good this iv ('IR'riTl'RT, nn.'FOIIO In next tour weekly lanuea. '
i and to I Witness my hnnd and official % 2 CAN*
of stone. morning everyone say (0. %TV, Fl.OlllllytltK.HV. 1'\1 11.41:11.: NQ >?
at Starke
IS / ,* Florida thin June 1
,) i t Yet man may brave it with "Good morning" and God bless Henry;: Uallett, Plaintiff, VH. RarTih 30. 1948 e e
l : May your heart be light Mallet rfendnnt ('".e No. dtt'JS. (OFFIcrALvSEAM A. J. Thomas,
you. .
impunity ORDER OF PUBLICATION A* Clerk' of said Court. \
; t Secure within his barricade oft and God give you strength to cast AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 'J C. Uurranc. Law Exchange Bldgr.Jackaonvllle \
burdens aside and Join me STATIC! OF FLORIDA to: Sarah Florldn. /
,1r' your I
: bone Mallet whose residence and ad- Atty. for Plf. 7-2 4t 7-23
\ ,' r I Stronger thru the, fragile. art In a song. Whoopee!. Love LUI'II.I tlr'Hn I I.: 250 Went 80th Street _
it! .1\ I of breathe I New York city N. Y. iv CIRCUIT roi'HT. nn.'nFonnrOVNTY.
I 'I vyp .. I You are required to appear on FLOHIIItt IV CII4.VC : .
yp; Than the Imponderable crtjjs AUKunt 16,I1I4N, In the above named F.HYDiinlei ,
1, of death. f Court and .'reuse wherein plaintiff Durant Hughes. Plaintiff
] i Pindertown seeks rllvor**. Bradford. Countyeleicraph VK. Minnie rxtretha fluKhea, Defendant
I I ; May Winkler Good an. shall publish thin Order Cites No. 668S. Karo Blue Label
,,,' III next four weekly UueVltnen *. Dairy Department
I st.. }, read r By Mrs. C. It. Browning I \ my hand and official AND TO APPEAR
} 4 The above overhand NOTICE
poem /
anal at Slarke Florida, thla July [Redl-Mixt Solid Qtrs. Syrup 1 t'/2-ib
; I"'j over. Vet life is fire light, like a . 10 I 1OFFK'IAI",M. Minnie 8TATR Itoretha OF FLORITiA lltmheH, to:whose Mr. S. Ltt4 ..wrd.r r FwwHlc? Y a 22c

( REAM A. J. Thomas. Oleo Lb 51cLb 52c Gator Roach
breath renhlence
1 river it Is love life Is Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Tlllis of Aa Clerk of eald Court. Kit, and address IH: Rout 2, .
% MlHhoe Mouth Carolina
Above all Is a mystery. When the Trilby Mr. and Mrs. Percy On-. Ity haven Crosby, n C. I Superbargaln Oleo-
.' i heart stops beating the mind teen of Lake Butler and Mr. P, Frank Landrum HlHrko Fla. You are required, to appear nn Large 29c
.1.; \ : Atty. for Plf. 7-l 6 4t 8-9 August 2, 1948, In the above named Superbrand" I
': 'I takes Its flight to an unknown and Mrs Edgar Gllsson of Starke Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ; 20 :Mule TeamBorax

1 I[i)w place. There Is nothing more quietly were guests during the weekendof I" C''HTIT rni'HT. HII\I>KOIII> seeks divorce. Bradford County I Kraft Phlla. CreamCheese
Telegraph shall thla OrderIn
e0l STY. FI.OIIII1AI IN fllA> publish S
4 s : ,{than the dead. Only the njnster Mr. and Mrs. V. A Browning CKHY.Ol next four weekly lHtiea.Wltne io-oz 12C
, ..1 hand of our Maker can create : Also guests on Sunday for dinner K Peel. Plaintiff, v*. Martha ** my hand and official 2 Pklll 33c
I Peel HeCendant. (Can No. 6702 seal. at Starke. Florida this July 1, Ranger Joe PoppedjqViT5
\1\1 1and," take away. Such a wonder- were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest I OKIJER OF PUBLICATION 194M Kay
: I, 11121 thing la life. The father of Norman of Lake Butler. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J; Thomas,
j I STATIC, OF FLORIDA to: Martha A. Clerk of aald Court. Cheese Lb 69C Quantity Right Reserved Wheat 6-oz 1 13/2C
J friends who the
my good keep atarke
Mrs. Lillian Browning/ was the I Peel who lat known renldenceH T. Frank T-andrum, Fla.
i/41. 'poultry and station W. 64th Street, Savannah Atty. for PIt. 1-" 4t 7-23
cream paaaec : sunshine Nabisco FigNewtons
Land 0
guest of Mr and Mrs J. P. Johns Georgia. !; ;away. I was very fond of the old In Starke recently and was accompanied -: You are required to appear on IV CIRCUIT rOfltT, BHI FOHO
V gentleman August 18th. 1646, In the above ('ORYTY.. FLORIDA| IV tllAN-: Butter Lb 89c Noio 17C
? f J and somehow It hurt home by her daughter I named Court and cause, wherein ('FoRY J1JR\Zltlli.\; \ .tl; N'CIl\wi' m'CQQ': _

iS lito;, give him up. With reverence Annie, who had been visiting In 'plaintiff seeks divorce. Pradford Nolan M. Holder Plaintiff vs.. ..
: I" and a sigh] we laid him away. weeks bounty Telegraph Nhnll, publish thin. Myrtle T... Holder. Defendant. Case .
'lI for the three
Starke past Order In next four weekly iHHtieN.VltneH No. 6652.
p. jDeath is a rock that rims the Miss Juanlta Browning has returned \ my hand and official ORDER OF PUPLICATIOSJ Libby Tomato
Borden Instant
:; r .sea.. So the poet says. Only those .tofl.l I at "Storke, Florida thin July AND NOTICE] TO APPEAR Choc
1 home after a few days'visit H.. \tt" *. STATE' OF FLORIDA to: Myrtle
;;\\1 ,. who 'enter the portela know. I In Starke with her mother, (OFFICIAL* BEAT.) A. J. 1.. Holder whose realdenc l is. un Juice Mix i
., clerk of said. Court known.
} My five fowls are all roosters. Mrs. Mildred Glisaon.Mr. 'Iv haven Crnnby I). C. Thoma"1 You are required to appear on
'ffJ 'I They try to crow and they make and Mrs. Earnle Souther- Za<'h H. O ultlaH, 34V.. A August 2. 1948, In the above named
.. and. caiiHHvhereln plaintiff
Inc-kHonvllle FI.
;r.,..", nj;1me laugh. They are beautiful and and daughter Marilyn and Atty. fur Plf.. 7-18 4t D-6 seek* divorce. Pradfonl County 46-oz 30C 8ozKline'a 24CKline's
Telegraph' shall" publish I this OrderIn ijiti
' hickena- white HoJlands and !
son Jack of Lake Butler were ; next four weekly Issues. ;
!!"'ti 1-i l they lay a white egg. so the h:i- guests Sunday of Mrs. Arrie 1'\1 < IHCI' rr ('OVIIT. nni>'roiiioi > Witness. mv han and official, veal I I
( vr-v. FI.OHIIIAI iv < ii vKI4Y '- at Htarke, Florida this. June 80, Pie Crust
Sr V w hery says. I have never seen browning. <' : 1M8.OFFICIAL! .

1 hickena) that grew faster. Foryyypick Mra. Debbie Phillips and daughter Shirley Iilnhtnirer Anderson Plaintiff ( SEAT.) A. J. Thomas, [Treat Mix i
,\, work I VH. Ulchard, ilordnn Anderson, A* Clerk of aald Court
!: : up am embroidering Mrs. J. I>. Odom and family, Defendant Cane No. BA8A T. C, Durrance, Law Exchange BUI a". .
'f''a pair of pillow cases In colors.I have moved to Gainesville. They "lit,"tl.R OF PirnniCATlOV: ..lackKonvlll. Fla.
AOOTJ"'E: : TO APPEAR Atty. for I'lf. '7.2 4t 7-23
/ .. also am reading a book "The residents of Bradford 48C 8-oz 16Ci
were life-long I'I'rATI':'OF FLORIDA to: ltlhard 12.0 Can .
':', ,, : Bishop's Mantle" which Is excel- and will be missed. Oor"ollnl..r..II., whose residence iv rmcriT r( .wr. IIn ADFORDIOI'TY All Brands!
County and adilrHHM! U: "., Dallu Record FI.OHIIIAI IV <'IIA.VI _
'fr'FJent.. It is a new book. 1:104 Main Street, Unlhn, 'KIIYLonao
Mias Agnes Norman of Lake Shop C Swanson Chicken
t .. Pearll J
Texan : Hudson Plaintiff v
has been so cool with plenty Butler and :Mrs. Ida Grace of You are. t'equlred to appear on Mae Hudaon, Defendant Case No.
u '. : >f showers and cloudy weather. Bushnell were guests of Mia" AuKimt 3, 194R In the above named 6688 [ i ttir.OP-N" .3 41 Fricassee24oz
,1 \ The wheat corn and oats Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ORDER OP
are Juanita Browning Sunday.Brooker. seeks divorce and restoration of NOTICE Tp APPEAR
,u'i I Dumper crops. We have so many

i6 rt hinge out of our little garden. -. .- -. -. -. .- .-. .-. e 48C

;, u t never saw so many Irish pota- I CALIFORNIA CANTA'Lopes. ..,. Lb-Can 49C

k4 J.f. ;au In a hill. The onions are

} o ,U targe and sweet. I will pull them Gainesville Letter Shop I Lifebuoy Large Size Swan ,
,I< :he last of, this month. I had'tring By Helen Harry lb

], ;{ bean yesterday out of e Soap Soap

, '.. ..1' .he garden. I am going to haveny Mrs. Cecil Moore of Gainesville DIRECT MAIL ADVERTISING

i : : -abbage'' with my corned beef wan visiting friends and relatives' 9c SOUTII CAROLINA '

, '::1, or dinner., I fry apples from the here, last week. MAILING LISTS Reg Ck Cake 16111.

t 1-*[tfree: In the yard. This morning Mr. and Mrs. Chester Connerly Peaches 3 Lbs 49c

'" !/ny heart Is so light and I feel and children of Wauchula was jLux Toilet Lux

.. m if I ''should like to reach out
, Flakes
'I: '([acro8.11 the miles and shake hands the past week.

" ; SVith each of you who read this I PHOTO COPYINGON
Mrs. Mick Tylman of Gainesville -
, "Hello there, how are Grapes lb
,t'jtJ.i..o say. you 9c 25cSmI3cl..33c
Mr. and
; ; .; .t21?" To smile, and wish you all] Sam was Mott visiting Saturday. ( .PHOTOSTAT MACHINE) RegCkI .

:' he greatest of good luck andi GREEN TOP

i ." )ealth. God bless you. It Is such Lynn Crosby and family returned ,142 W. Main St.. South "- Gainesville Fla. I Bath Size Sweetheart ,- New Suds
. Discovery
1un: to know people and talk. Yell to their home In Greensboro -
: short visit 'Phone 2249 Soap Carrots 2 19c
net talk about everything and Sunday after a Bchs Dreft

I: ;io one in particular. here
6 The Brooker Baptist Church
,Mi: : It At Clay Hill the weather hall Invites the puplic to attend the Cake 13'/2 Yellow Red Bliss 30C

,..,teen hot. Most of the folks go school Isat Large
services there. Sunday //wnk..reeT
' :-i1i'jwunming In the lake or creek 10 o'clock Sunday morning and Onions 2 Lbs 17c Potatoes4lb,25c
.) j church had a big din I Bath Size Lux
other Sunday serviced are: preaching New Whit. Save With This Bleach!

fit' ft'ier: the 4th. Every one went 11:00: a. m., B. T. U. 7:30: p. From where I S... At/ Joe Marsh Soap Sunklst
i I If(iuddy and Reese Parris spent m., preaching at 8.00: p. m. r Potatoes 1049 Lemons 2Lbs 33c Savo

i 4 week with their Aunt and Uncle,
Mrs Doris Mott of Gainesvillewaa
Stt,' t{he Adklns. near High Springs
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Noon ,. Neckties Cake 13cLong
j I 't Mdarian! Wllkerson, son of Jack I Now It's White POTATOES Quart IOC
\ Moot Saturday 4 Lbs 25c
) '
: }t\l'o.'Vilkuson.. was married at Talahassee met at the
The young people
of Milk!
last Wednesday. He isOT
\ home of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Bar-
A veteran and a student at the A 1
ry Friday night for a party.

!",: p'. 7nlverslty of Florida. Congra- aln,," waa enjoyed
! "community
I I!k .' uI8t1ons. He Is a wonderful boy. and a number of Interesting outdoor Fellow (In Andy Botkln's Tavern I guess drinking it Is still a whole

. I. 'dilly Wilkerson son of Arthur were played. Refresh Was' boasting about a trick necktie lot better than Juat wearing it.
games SPRY
I<1'I '"VjV.VIlkerson}' la still working with menU were sandwiches and cold he was wearing, made out of a by Of course there are lots of other Lbs 1.19

i <'I' company In Alabama. A let- drinks. product of milk. "Took )3 pound 'ways of abusing. goods and beverages

'::;4\''4er from his lovely ulster Joy Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry were of) milk to make this tie." he sayi. -like a fellow who doesn't

')41 :pave' i she goes swimming a lot at I uslness visitors to Dade City on Bill Webster was unimpressed. appreciate good beer enough to

" f /illddleburg' and has a lovely new I 'uesday.INVITATION. "Personally he "I'd rather drink it slowly and In moderation.
.;+t.;r i 'wlm suit She went to Starke
end have the milk to drink. Just as I But from where I lit, most people SHRIMP
& saw movie then
i a good drove
wouldn't change one glass of good who enjoy a wholesome beverage ofHens
the q Sal
, I carnal! the way home. She is of tttarke ''Ml/v'U/ M 1
''l Bradford County FI..lelaS..aled American beer for a necktie made like beer or ale are moderate
get drivers permit. A letter for the
.0 propnitHlif
"f, .from Luella Austin We called ruction of 2i>90 llnral feat nf ..un.. from thirty barrels of itl"! -because beer itself Is a beverage 'JT
Itary ..w m. two aewaire lift *ta moderaiion.t .
I t h, \itr a pet name of Sis. She Is a tlonn and 990 lineal feet of ewaa-e. Yes, modern .clencf being what o/

', "S' lady and a sweet She force main. will b* received by the like make .
one. !I.-seem yon can zz \V
4 Grade
Ity Council of auric : A Dressed &: Drawn 'I
r..fllays: I should be there to help P. M, on August 17. 1411 and then "nythlnc out of anything" these 8ce1 IfAUlda'a..But

, 'stick f. peas. She says her baby held uhllrly In the npvnrd City, at Hall.a meetliia to b.. In the case of milk, well t Quick Frozen Stewing
; .
Brothers, Farley and Mattie, are Each proposal I moat be- aioomanled -
'W J' t'o sweet and big for their by at certified. check In the t Swiff Wilsco
age. mount of 11.000'H. drawn on M Copyright, 1948 baited Slant Brewers Foundation Lb 59C Premium .Sliced
: -
!. be had a good time on the 4th_ Florida Bank and mail pn>wh!.
4 l .'ent swimming and also to City of ".rk... Knelt proposal. Large C
visited .
a moat b* enclosed In a canted rnfntif 49C
4 'T/ith Mrs. Lela Mae Carter. Mrs. } marked "PHOI>t>aAI> PuMON8TRUCTIOV and Grade A Dressed &: Drawn ib 79 Ib 59
\: 4 .Joseph{ Nash was driving in the run, upvrlflcatlona and proponHl New Fresh! Quick Frozen Long

,l.. I-.i'lay; (; Hill neighborhood and visit- forms may lit obtalnd from (' rlnhna Brand
ft i fig old friends and former pupils City Clerk of Htnrk. at the Certified HockleiaPicnics

\ IjjJe: took supper with Harrison City The H.II.. City Council rexervoi. the King Mackerel DueklingIslandWilson 59 C
t right to reject any or all bid.*. Lb 49c
'! \loaleys. Bud. the pet name of City nf Storks, REMINGTONADDING Steaks Lb 45c .

:' >ula Mae Mosley's uncle sent me *
4 "hello". I always told Bud he fly 1.\8 It 1-13 Carl John City., ClrkC Large. FreshMullet Grade "A" Dressed & Drawn Dry Salt LbO Lean

l hould have a gold medal for Lb 29c Quick FrozenFryers Bacon 25c

t I' king care of his widowed mo- ,.... KOK stilts
X0.1.1/Flit) (OMTH ('TOUIortllKK. Red PerchFillets Boston Butt Pork
and grandmother. He is only J
4 per KI.OIllll
very young. man. If it rained 8nld bl(.>. rr..lv* Roast Lb 53c
'1 the Hoard of Puhlle Inatrurtlon forth
: .j iula Mae
said they would net out County nf ftrailford Htat nfKlorlilu. Deep SeaScallops
I's! (ants.' Brooksle Mosley and chil- at the office of the WuperintnlDt MACHINES Tender Pride SkinlessWeiners

rwn Bell Nathan and Donnle, Stark*. FI..r.nf ..Public... up tn Inatruvtlon 10 o'clnrkA. In Lb 79c .

t.to chyrch( at Lawtey Sat- M. RUT July lint, i545. at which Lb 45cSliced
time and place all bids. rvrvlrtnlwill
day night. The report la that l b. and read Sliced Pork '
puhlU'lv opened
ell will take the 10th grade at aloud I for furnlMnlnar all tabor andmaterial Model 7171.5 $120 (plus Fed. Tax) Lb 45c / Meaty SpareLiver -
and ronnfrurtInarATHLETIC
tarke this Fall Earl Mosley and FIKUH IIOL'tfB BRADFORD Ribs Lb 49c

'ife went to the show at Starke COI'NTY );Rill SCHOOL
Karh bid moat be acrompanledby
... aturday night. I.sent Hazel Grlf- certified check or bid bond In -
.'s a pretty flowered pinafore Iade. the amount >\f five per. rent of the.h Choice Western
.... hid .. nuarante that the bid BRADFORD COUNTY Baby Beef
> ,: I hope it fits.: It had a tiny dee If warded the contract will
:vender flower. within ten consecutive calendar day
after written notice being; given
\) HELPFUL HINTS: To singe of such ward enter Into a written
contract with the. Pward of Public TELEGRAPH SHLDR. ROAST lb 65c
chicken easily put a little! rub- In..lr..loll. of th* County of CHUCK ROAST 59c

.?,ng' alcohol in a small pan lid Bradford State. of Florida In accordance lb

'and set it on fire. Singe the a contract with the surety accepted bond. bid aatla and STAKKC -:- FLORIDA T-BONE STEAK Lb 89c SIRLOIN

Icken over it and it will not factory to acid Board In an amountetiual STEAK Lb 79c
to of
on. hundred per rent
aeken the fowl. If attic
your the contract price No bidder may Ia


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Baptia Church I ed from her vacation In South Draft Draws Near In Mount Sub-Dlv; .
For Pleasant
18.25 on
News Carolina and Oeor&1a. Age Group; Civil Service Jobs Silver Lake.H Prows FAST RillE' for

A challenging message for the I A group from the Tabemscle County Registration B Iard Ready To Go As Clerks 1
times We are In and the crisis ; L. Jeffers to 0.11.Re.ece .
attended the conference at Lake PADS MISERIES t t \
COSGREGATIONALTBODIST we face "Wake Up America" lit Swan near Melrose Thursday All male Bradford CounUans and the draft law Is presently Applicants Invited and Broadus Meyere of '

CHURCH the topic ot the PlUtor's mu- evenlne. between the a&"f's ot 18 and 23 set to last two yean. Starke: that portion of E659 R.. II Abelaatieal Mwrellaa Luobtle .

every Saturday night, Age at the First Baptlllt! Church The laymen are conducting the should circle the date "August What happens when your draft. Applications from the genf'ra' SII:1.: ot SWI.4 ot Sect 2.. Twp. sere. sill N .1..1 i I
Ices ot Starke next Sunday 16" and with the toss nubile solicited In an exam- NMI. .Lbn. .a kh
and Sunday night, morning Tuesday evening services for arrange ed' Well you're In the Army. are 16SO., range 228:, lying and being' JUST nb "'reahHo' .ntl., n
anornlnf 11at Con- at 11 a. m. Sunday evening thePaetora a.whll@ to get oft a few houn.That.s The and Air Force Inatlon announcement made by the .. awe ._. Inranrly.ch.a. m.aal.a. Mere
and 8 p. '. Hear them. This week the> Navy hope So ot State RII no.16. formerly SO aria Ike. M'n ..- v. N.U.A-' ,. I i
lanai m. Methodist Church one Three menge wilt "be The W. B. McKinney. who l11ustrates the day they'll proba. to keep their strength through Fifth U. S. CIvil Service Region I' known a. State Rd.no."S 01; containing I BALM II pC.1 t..auonlee.. lona-I..i.adws..and r.IMI...1__. !lp. ,
R'1t -uarle.
Read Rev. J. W. Orifutor. ot Promise. service will be In the charge of bly have to register With Uncle volunteera. And you'll probably Atlanta Georgia for probational 10 acres tile '

,. I Ever popular arre the Happy with original drawings. Sam for the peacetime draft. train at Camp Ord, Callr. Camp (leading to permanent classified. I I /=- --- -- --- --- =-..
Hour Itervtce at the church each I Although the draft bill wasn't Campbell, Ky.; Camp Hood Texas appointment In Federal agencies 1
Regular services throughout the 11PiIONE
In the states of Alabama Flor- \
"..tKD'SOUC Sunday evening at 8 p.m. with week. law until June 2... as tar back ; Camp Dix N.J.: Camp Jackson 'I 19M
'HI'RCII the request hymn and chorus as the month ot April three key S.C., or some others that may Ida Georgia and South Carolina, iI Ita
to the position of clerk at grades I
be reactivated. I
day School'11 Mass 10 a.a.m.m. singing Sunday School by the meets,congregation.at 9"S: Re,,'. Simmons ready Bradford to County dart the officers registration were Some of you may go overseas CAF.l through CAF 4.. paving I I i Dr. U. G. Turner z Ti-: r I'I

y DaY Mass 8:3: ( a. m. with Departments and classes Begins Duties proceedings The Registration a. soon as you finish basic train- entrance salaries ranging from. I DENTIST :ft 1'' '
k $2086 $2121 Persons
through a Yl'ar.
John O'Dowd Pastor. for aU age. Training Unlonlt Board Is composed of Clerk ot Ing. .1I
athtr gather at 6:45: for discussion. At St. Mark'sRev. the Circuit Court A. J. Thomas When your stretch III over you with a disability of arm I 3311IV.. University Ave. .1\;\

Tuesday the chairman E.K. still must serve at least three hand lea or toot are acct'ptableIf Gainesville, Florida
religious picture Bertram E. Simmons as County Judge dillablllty does not prevent I 1 L:
"The years In the active! reserves or .
Story ot and School
Queen Esther"wUl Perryman Superintendent -
ot thedutl..a
XPERTadio formerly from Idaho assumed satisfactory performance
five In the inactive reserves. j
be shown with Arthur R. McRae. In -- :
selected short duties recently as Vicar 01 St. You Persons entitled"" to veter -- -- -- -- - ----
travt'logues. l\tld-week service will Mark's Episcopal Church In I every Florida county the Clerk have certain benifitahoepitalization -. ans' preference will be given prt'
be conducted by the Pastor with Starke. the Judge, and the Superintendent disability compt.n.satlon the Vet- "i ii
t Rev Simmons Is a grad- Terence AS provided In
Bible study and prayer requests. uate of the San Franclllco! Col- were chosen as members of the death benefits and your ''erans' Preference Act or 19-1. I SON
old job back. But the "Rights"granted GUNTER U .lj,
I To all services the public Is lege and or the Church Dlvlnty county Registration Board. World war II veterans Description of work: Under I ,.
invited and a friendly cordial School In Burkely, Calif. The 62 Boards were formed general supervision to \
by the ot Bill or Rights does not I /: perform ''t t I
welcome awaits aU who visit the The new minister was'ordained under the authorization or State apply to the peacetime conscripts.A clerics) duties of a general! or I Isn..clallzed I MONUMENTS MARKERSVAULTS ',"
church with the vlllltlng! paator. as a priest In 19..1. In addition to Adjutant General Mark W. Lance. ( very large number of draft character ot to 1111'rervlse t ,
his duties at St. Mark.s, he III Their duties are "to organize men the work of n group of :

lbepa tER At The Tabernacle also Chaplin of the Road Camps supervise, and conduct registratlon but ale It doesn't" are seem exempt to mjike, however much employees engaged! In clerical I a f iii

for the State prison. system In accordance with instructions difference if you have a wife or work The duties of a clerk In. ..t fl I .
The Rev. his wife and received from the State In and dlt.
VICE membership ot the Taber. Simmons not Some of the Important crease responsibility r.tI
nacle has been saddened by the two small children Nancy and Director ft Selective Sernce" groups exempt from the draft faculty with each successive I '1.

(loss ot a valued member, W. C. Linda are residing In the Church. Provisions have been made In ) (but not from registration) are: grade. I ww save You From 10 to 20 { r

Chas. c. Prather. whose funeral was con. rectory. Bradford County for the reglstra.tlon. ((11) Veterans who served 90 Types"' of positions to b. filled: I Percent O. A.'I'' dq You Sobeet. .r' .

hepherdsay's I ducted from the Tabernacle on In a meeting or April 12, days In the shooting war between Accountlnll', Fiscal Audit, Sta.tlstlcsl 1. ; f tI
Thursday afternoon ot last week. I St. Mark's Episcopal the Registration Board designated Pearl Harbor (Dec T. 19"1)) and Time, Leave Payroll !
Station Mr. Prather had been the Personnel, Information Stock, :
Service a faithful schoolhouses In Lawtev.Brooker. VJ Day (Sept. 2, 19UI) or 12 I j ,
attendant at the services since Tile Roo.... Bertram Eo Simmons. New River, Hampton. months between Sept 16. 1910. Purchasing, Property and Supply., QUICK DELIVERY We Can Duplicate Any ; i

the beginning ot the work tlfteenyeal'8 B. D. Vicar and Starke as registration places. and June 2.. 19..8 (the day the Traffic Correspondence Proofreader I IJ 1'
To 30 Days
ago until he recently move Sunday July 25th The Board Is also to appoint a bill\ became law). Mall File. Record, Expediting Stone Or Marker In From 3 ; i
ed to Oalnesv le. The beau. ,Chief !
many Register for each
sa. 4 10 a. m. Church School registration ((21) Special or doctor "t
ta. tlful floral offerings attested to How to apply: File Card Form 10:30 A. M. !
esteem 11 a.m. Morning Prayer and place and under him are a and ordained mlnl8ters. I Special Hours On Sunday 5:30: to 1' 1
the //lOOO.AB executed with
baiisi ot friends for him properly
Sermon. .... sufficient number ot Registrars to ((31) Men who were members 2:30: to 1:00: P. M. ,'Ii
and for his tamlly. A beautiful complete the regllltratlon! In the Fifth U. S. Civil Service or. i t
one .
The Church lit dally for ot the National Guard or an or.irani
and asters was sent to the Church open day fleer, Atlanta Georgia not later I, I
S basket ot ascension lilies gladioli I, prayer and meditation. zed drilling reserve unit before than August 10. 1918. For detailed Located On IIIghway 200 At South City Limits ;
Several meetings .ot varioWi It.s expected: : that the first inductions midnight June 24. f !
Sunday by Mrs. Prather and tent- information. torms to file,
Ily to'be used In memory of their organizations ot St. Mark'lt Episcopal will start on Sept. 22. ((4)) High school students until etc., lee Examination Announcement P. O. Box 572 Starke, FIa. : i 1I
O M : loved one. Church were held during It you fall within the 19 through graduation or until they leach no. 5.55. and the Comml.- I I

aa the pant week. The meetings 2S bracket there's one chance I the age,ot 20. whichever Is tint.I slon'lt Local Secretary at first } .
Miss Susan Wallace has
reLUI'n. were for the ot organl out ot 38 that you'll be drafted Virtually all males 18 '
purpose through I .
and secpnd class post offices In the ,, ,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ., .. .. na1111NX111N1. .... : J.
zing tile work ot the church for within the next 12 months. 2 must register with the ex mentioned Staten or the Commls. "IIYII/LIanIIINuWI1MILLI11X11.(1MIMNWIYINIIIII11111wImIN.11"/ ,,, ,, ,. ( .1.'I".III.IIIU.'I.'U""IIIII"IIIIIIIIIII.'iII1l..I." ' ''' ,, I

the coming year. (Eighteen year 'olds aren's to be I ceptlon of members of the armed lon's Regional Office 86 ICdCe. 'lI-loBl Everything .t'+! t r

CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION The 'Voman's Auxiliary met drafted)I. That'lt because Uncle services and diplomats and their wood Atlanta '
Avenue O.orcla.
Tuesday evening with Mrs. Mattie Sam Is Insuring that the Army families. To Build, Repair or Remodel I(

EW! Oahagan presiding. Rev B.E Navy, l\fartn8S, and Air Force With the Registration Board Deeds Recorded READY-MIX I .! I 1I I
Slmmon3. who assumed the will have adequate manpower- set up and the registration plane BUILDERS I'I I I1
2.rIO 882 men to be I'xact. The laid Bradford
charge of the St. Mark's recently County Is ready Among the deeds recently recorded \1
outlined the year'lt program hl'l became law when President for the draft.I In the Courthouse were: ", '
DOME t.lle Truman signed It June 2.. I Are ? ..- 'I ,
The you In general At a later Executive on you John V. Johnson of Starke to 0 I' t

when lar I. uoledlha Board meeting a detailed program Oeo. E. Kaufman or Starke: the A / ;)i "I'' ''f

Mr. loll DOM ((2p.c..ale will be tormulated. Look Out For Bums Veterans Warned east 4 acres of the NW1.4 of ; N f I'' ,
)/ lid I. Ih. .a.r... ta On Wednesday evening, a I NE 1-01 ot SE 1-4 or Sect. 23. Twp R i I i
.. ewut' la 'IGI. Pita any meeting of the Church School Says Suntan Expert To Reinstate NSLI of C
6, So. range 22 E. north side I Iw
1..1 la t
11I..1 far yrsos staff was held, and the curriculum I Lake Road. D : ;
-I II, DOM! I. dawn, far laM.I.d. In July Magazine Before August 1 Klngsll'Y NOW A.IIICA' FooIIII' R ,
You KNOW your foods. for the next year was en- I Jessie T. Stewart or Plttlburg.Pa. t .j
WI .f. when you can thsnia lected. Plans were also made for Go eaqy on that tan this "um.mpl' I Tn order tn afford veterans and Bradford County to A.J. 10Uil PAINT NINS, YOU E 4

loll' Jan nol04 with loll the _use of the Service Center I Remember that the feminine with lapsed National Service Life Thomas, Starke: Lot 3 ot Blk B :I IE :1" ;
DOMI lid for the youth actlvltlelt. Ik Is here to stay with Its soft I Insurance every opportunity for A T t
Yesterday, the regular monthly I well-carGd.for natural complex.tlon. reinstating prior to the July 31, I
tM= -::,sea.ya.r.aa year C business meeting ot the vestry .. Too much sunlight, can also Midnight. deadline Veterans Administration rl R .

.i rod..._....oI.-_ ."."".wa.MA..d-... .... .PHARMACIST was held with routine business be harmful says Ruth Drake I today "nnollne-Ij YEAR Df".J I
.a..dsN' '01... transacted. who tells you how to protect that aU its offices will remain E CONCRETE: f!

IAli "O"IIS CO. I your skIn, In Redbook magazine i'I
Phone 64 STARKEI open on Saturday July 31. to
MUNCII,INIJIAHA CEMETERY WORKING for July render extra service to these vet. AU. KINDS SASH AND 4 B .. ftNfllllaF I
.fn-the-Minit Service There will be a cemetery work. FRESH FISH DAILY
"The first few days on the eranc. '

I I Ing Methodist at Pine Church Grove Congregational near the State sun.beach It, avoid 1 is< safer the before noon rays eleven ot'liRa'the with_ Prior .to August I, veterans SHRIMP & OYSTERS U SWP HOUSE PAINT U j. r'I'
lapsed term insurance have
Prison Friday August 6.
after two o'clock. For the average the
privilege or }
reinstating any f
A covered dish luncheon will
skin fiveto ten-minute ,
I Phone52.3Ifartmann a period 1
11 amount-from $1.000 to $10000
be served and everyone Is wel- Is sufficient. You We guarantee all
V Qyw. E! VICE litre come. Increase the time but can even gradually after -by fa certifying that their health We Nell to be fresh O ANNIS h hS
/OIIOw Services at the church are held alt good as It was when the 1
your tan Is well started, never R K
Friday, Saturday and Sunday policy lapIIl'd. They need pay -
expose yourself overlong to powerful two monthly /
nights. only premiums. "i It Iri
sunlight. After the July 31 deadline BUILDING SUPPLIES 5
"According to Dr, Herman
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS veteran whose Insurance hall lap. INU. f II I
CIIURCII Goodman In "Cosmetic Derma- sed for three months or more MARKET I'hnnen1036.1048 W. Main St.. South P. Q. Box "
"In The Heart of Town And In The hearts toJogy" (published ,
by McGraw
will have to pus.a physical fOX'ami I I .
lode St. and Temple Ave. New 211 6& :UI GAINESVILLE. FLA. 62 Po
Hill Co.. Inc.) .sunburn and suntan Under Own..hJpI.ACY .
of The People"A School 9:45 Morn. nation to qualify for reinstatement I.. f"
Sunday : a. m.;
Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelic-! come from one wave length of I SIr.COX: maismiwmmumwimaua.mwimnwn.womMi.emimMmmmm.nnmmimn' ''' ..''''' ''' ''' '' ''',' '' '' ''' '' .. ''''' '''' '' ''' '. ..mmm"11I """.."'.....".MmawMnwmmmi. ""'" i.. .'
For All People ultraviolet rays. It you want' a j .I .
Southern Baptist Church tic Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone Veterana AdministratIon estimated i.
welcom. suntan, you must possess the that more than ten million 1 I

Sunday School '9-13: Training Unions 8-15: 1 faculty or reacting by pigment veterans are ellltible to reinstate

Morning Worship Evening Happy hour GIRD OF TJI.SKS'Mrs. under IIunburn'the and Impulse suntan of exposure These to upwards or 100 billion dollars ,11'i +
raYII. worth of this low.coat' I
11:00 8:00: \\'. C. Prather and family rays do not pass through closely prior to the deadline. How mo.Q tIuzn tlJHJr.IL...._ ; !
wish to thank their many friends wove> cloth ordinary glass sunshades

:Morning' Sermon 'VAKE l'P .\ ERICF.'l'nlnrr ,\." : and relatives for their kindness or layers ot cream. WithIn Land Transfers
shown and flowers given during recent years chemists and
Sermon "TIIREE R's CF PROl\ISE" the family's recent bereavement cosmeticians have combined for.ces VALUE :
fr I
Real Estate transfers announced
Tnsu.\Y: AT 8 P. M. MOVING PICTURES the with physics'ot the scientists ultraviolet who study light this week were: FIRST IN I

"LIFE OF QUEEN: ESTHER""Vlnit Singing Convention and they have produced beauty E. A. Strout Agency-C. E.
The Bradford County Singing Hernwall to T. n. 11111 of Pen.aacola. .
preparations which act to absorb! 1

The Church With The VIHltlng Palltor" Convention at 2 will p.m.meet at Corinth Sunday Bap.afternoon the sunburn and suntan rays be- way' between. 20 acres Starke and and house, Lll.wt..y.halt f i i :i
fore they reach the akin. FIRST IN DEMAND .1
"- tlst Church, located four miles "Th..re. are many excellent D. E. Knight ency-Ken.. R .
west of Starke. neth E. Starling sold the Hump. I'
preparations that permit to t
you ,
ty Dumpty Grill 122 So Walnut
tan while protecting> you from St., to Henry S. Childress Rich- ) ,
.unburn. For those unable to
land. Va. The grill\ under the ;
HEARDR. tan. there are others which properly I
Hampton same name will reopen next Mon' Only Chevrolet brings you all these major advantages i
applied just enough
JOHN MAGUIRE By Mn. M. C. SwneyV. of the sun'lt rays to reach your day H. O. Brown Agency-G. C of BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES : 31 ,:

skin to give It a healthy glow Blumer sold the 1\Iaramllr Cafe prices now decidedly lower than those of any other I

State Executive Secretary of P. Durden of the Salvation and not burn carrier Walnut St and Madison car that even remotely approaches it in quality I 41 f \
Florida Baptist Convention "If skin Is fair and very Jfo
Army Camp was In charge of your to GUll Chains or Austin TeXII1. I II

4 Great Nights services Sunday morning and sensitive to recommend. better a ask sunburn your preventative doctor- The cafe I. operating under the I The plain truth ia that this pace-Iettinl Chew; !e erolet 't
at the Christian Church. name of "Blue Bird Grm"
evening. after
and use a beach umbrella offers major quality advantage maj* I IYou'll

In The regular pastor the Rev. F. when fOil remain on the beach for have to mach more cemf..f with the quality advantage not available in other cars In
S. Dodd left Saturday to hold a
STEWARDSHIP REVIVAL AT THE two week revival meeting in hours at a time. Don.t lie In one r C' ..nui""" lniliz..1! Knee A"tnn Ride-del.. its field; end in addition, Chevrolet prices are ;:
Shell Creek Tenn. Major Whit. position 01' fllll asleep. Know the ova 10 Chevrolet end h.Jihe..prKN. wa now obviously and outttindingly lower than r

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I tiker Salvation Army officer, led hnifht of time you can take the those f any" oU1 r wen
and rotate body during
the Youth for Christ meeting on "Un your approaches it in quality. wb
Of Starke that period. Wear your sun glas .
Saturday night and brought an lies on the beach but remove them SGDO A Thus, Chevrolet and on.ly Chevrolet offers the R '

MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY NIGHTS Inspirational message to the while you are getting your tan. You'll enjoy mare ,IhdG end mare ..efn/e Rig-Car comfort of the onainal and outstanding y ,

young Mr. and poople.J'lrs. H. D. May. and If you don't you'lI have a pale 4 '!7v G-< with/-U..d..ll Chnrolct'ne.V.lra worM'.in.Hr.J.taai.ndwe1. champion Vdva Unitized KneaActi on Ride the Big-Car ,I ,

Mr. and Mrs. L.. U. Lambert left area around your eyes and marks 1 eve to Chevrolet and biJihc.-pric
Wednesday ot last week for a acrosa the bridge ot your nose Valve-in-Head engine ..tho.Bil-Car if. ::1
- -- tour ot the western states by car and temples I II beauty and luxury of Body by Fisher the ,p'' : ..' '

Mr and Mrs. 1.; J. McKowenof I Jut weekend of Elmer Gay In, Ilig-Car safety of Fisher Uniateel construction; I ", f

i INTEGRITY Patterson N. J., are spending Dunnellon. I .. your Chevrolet 11.d. I.a the Unitized Knee-Action; Ride and Positive't

of conduct and JfQlin with better thIs week with her father H. C. MIllII Martha Horne I. spending .osufldhlaawy, for .1 h.. Ih. w."Ll-fao",'" Action I Ilydtaulic Brakes..all at lowest pricesf J ;
Greene! and her sisters MIIIR Mar : this week In Sterke with Mr and 11!Body by ..ht.avall.ble only Oil(1)evrolet -
in our that conomueal.
and prices are DOW even more even
thoughtfulness economy
Greene! and Mrs. W. A. Saxon You Can'tS.T.R.E.TC.H .. end wither C.L
bel Barksdal" .
Mrs. Robert ..... ... "
serlin -these mar k the reputable Jl' and Jimmy Wiggins. of "" .: more thrifty, when compara-with;; the aces 01 j

quality of this well/ known firm. Mr. and l.lrs. Joe Day and :Mr Starke Bobby spent Monday through other automobiles in its field ;' '

and Mrl.! Robert Day and family 1/'rIday with their grandparents t You11 have of fi., ...... Uniateel. Yea, indeed, Chevrolet ia first in dollar value 'f. .,

'*' ot Plant City have been recent Mr and ,11'1I., H. B. Wiggina. Sun.d..v tanatrucliun: theit". Ride and. by the widest margin in slftievrolet: KiatoryJ .n ,.. ,f.,
cf Mr. and 1'olrs. G. P. A $5,000 Fire Policy to POillov..Ad"n Hy.uN1C 8.loft_como I, .1 r
guests afternoon, Mra. Wiggins Joe c.aotliew and of course, It is fleet in!!! n.tlon-W\de demand 1 I I f:
Mr. and Mrs. bind only u. Chevrolet and are ,
WadJlworth Williams
DEWITT C. JONES Wiggins MI'II. George cover a $10,000 Loss! u welL i Mf
M.f.. Matchett. Friday and son, Howell, attended the :
I STARKJI mama T and Join. Wada'North and Mr funeral of JoIrs. Wiggins' cousin, 1 I f JI. 0',:;tllla1 1
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AMBULANCE SERVICE and Mrs. Matchett attended Jilrs. Wealthy- Hunt, of Glen St. 1 : i.ecm r''
'un.ral ot 1Irs. Mary Day, ofJacksonvIUe Mary at Zion Cemetery near G. Our Inventory Booklet pJ dA .... h

Funeral Director ; at Hollister.Mr Lake Butler : '
and MJ' 1. T. Johns had Charley E. Johns j Slj J:
Our local funeral home enables cu to u their guests Sunday MA. n.O. NOTIOIIIIlA I CHEVROLETauiOnlyIS FIRST I J 'I

offer conv.nencs and seruices not McOrath and ehDdren ot Florence >tI... ,I. hereby cl"... that theond.nlgned .. I Agency ,

otherwte available.Res S. C., and Mr. and J4'n. und.r the rleUtiou.I..ngag.d n.m.in of bu.In rtonni.Dennle .. no.U 8TAB&J:, PLA.Rpn.Naune .
Frank PrIce and family of Flora.home. store .t the following .

": turniah the high..: type .ervlce at the lowest prices art .tr.Plnrlda..: .ua and F.au Intend.Can to ntr..t r..I.ter Clarke' the. TQRODE CHEVROLET CO.

Pt A. y Uf4 tfuuraace pollc.1n force l issued by ANY COlD I Misses Margaret and LucUe said fictitious. nama In the office
Clerk 0' Ih. "Irolll' Courtof
fir' or tll.
ac Payment 1n 1n fled OD a fuauaJ. CouuJtaUoD flail left Saturday for a visit with Bradford Pia.Plynn .
110 part or friends In Lake Park Ca."Junior" << ... r.ollntl' Var"l. THe rCAvELzCs. Hertford STARKE, FLA. 1 t ,
. obUptJoD Horne was a guest ..orgEB.. Flynn' 7.Gr FI"n.... :
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"" o'clocV '23rd day of August. 1948, otherwlsi
I four August
PAGE EioirrProposed Indexing ._H___.-...__.____________________......____.__, 300.00 picture does not lack stars for I Stark' m.. In shall the City meet said Hall.objections Starlce, FlorIda and I the will 1 b allegations* taken ai of contested.IT (aid Petitioner.. ., Plalntltt named COUrt 23rd.. 1111 and' I.
well-knowns hearing
such for
House Furniture and Fixtures _??__.?___?__?_ OO.OO In It are for the purpose; of equalising saida.e.sam.nt IS FURTHER ORDERED that County T"'lrraph' dl..ta...
Court Temple Hendy Fonda maklnacorrectloni this order be published one each Order :!
Budget Shows IncreaseContinued Feel and Costs Clerk Circuit Court -___._.-________.?_ 800.00 and Shirley John Wayne.In therein. >and week for four consecutive weeks in I WI tn. 1I."t fenrhs3R Mt

4 Maintenance County Jail ...............____.______.... 100.00 ten- By Order. of the City Council of the Bradford County Telegraph anewspaper lot seal at Step e p no '
are' found of general circulation
Fort Apache Stark. Florida, thin July l948e' ionk, :
( from.page one) Inquests (Cor.) ______......._____..._?_______________ 800.00 der romance artistic photography l1.t tb. .City day of of July.I.A D. &948. published In Bradford County, Flor. I (OFFICIAL SEAL

..____.____...__..___._. 200.00 CASOV'A. da.DA of )
Tax Lands. Insanity Inquires ....____.... and for the action lovers Chairman, City Council 'at Stark Florida, this RyClerk '''Id r'30 I

Board Minute General Welfare ___________.____,._.-_________.--------- 4.000.00 there Is more-spectacle, authen- 7-31 It 7-30 18th day of July 194x.A. J. ThornaD,.I I tine John, J. Hend..r..n ero.hy. 0 Ii

L Following are the minutes of the County Commissioners' meeting 'Tubercular Patients In State Sanltorlum _______________ 1.260.00 ticity of atmosphere and locale I''A. Bradford Atly, for f'lf. tq- '
budget for 1948-49 was adoptee: __. .___ _____..___ 3.200.00 NOTICE thPnard CountyFlorida.. 1
" Tuesday at which the temporary 20. 1948 Operation of a County Health Unit -* supenae and thrills. I Notice Is hereby given that ol By Haven Crosby, D.: C.
July Commissioners I I IN: rlnl'rITt
T ILq estimate of Publicity and Public Improvements John Ford who produced the Bradford of County County Florid, will hold 7-23 4t 8-13 COV4TY! PLOalp,.. III

t The Board then took up the matter of making an October 1.'It Chamber of Commerce .__...__..._?..____$ 1100.00 picture Stagecoach. Is the producer a meeting In the County Commissioner CourtHouse -1, IX: CIRCUIT COURT HRAOrORU Donnie Y' "s b

" necessary expenses of the county for the fiscal year from considered the Library Building Fund _______________-_____ 1000.00 and director.NOT.rF.. *at Room 10-00: In oTlock the County A. M. August rSSRY.COUNTY. FLOHIDAt It. CHAN. I tiff vs. Rob..rt.on Jvy It &en", .

1948 to and Including September 30 1949. and having consideration Lawtey .___________.._______.....__________ 300.00 Snd A. D. 1944 for from the purpose owners. ofhearing or I John B Adams, Jr., Plaintiff vs.Janl ,. Case No. 67H BennettORDER t tn
complaints ,
full I
' 44 ,) estimated by the Clerk and having given ,--,.--,,- 300.00 of owners of Heal Estateor Morrow. Adams r.l; LlC
rwtpts for North Starke -------------------r- agents valuerof Case No. 6718.ORDER I Ttlj
requirements I
,1/' I' of the needs and necessities! of the County and the declare the foiling South Starke _____________...___.__________ 300,00'Brooker The registration! books of Dr.dtord which Personal have Property been fixed the by the AND NOTIOM OP PUBLICATION TO APPEAR I Bennett STATE of.FLOlunP.. : ,
have determined, and do hereby _____._ ..______ County, Florida will be openIn Assessor of Taxes and accepted I 'I 1 1Ilna .
:r 1 I Urn fiscal year and all special and extraordlnexpenses ________________ __ 300.003.3O the office of the Supervisor ofRearlktratlon County bv the Board.By Morrow STATE Adams OF ,FLORIDA whose residence to: Janl andaddress Ie ChnrleetoMlkAugusta
estimated expense located In the Bradford of CountyCommissioners ,
I the Board
ti> be order ot the
I Is 1301 Hlllsboro
: advalorem" taxation: i and Courthouse In Stark, IS, 194A. ; I
from July Str"et.I
' County this reqlllred
, .( ;: I contemplated for the year will be available. Amount Payable Ujmler, Chapter 24034 Florida, on Tuesday, Thursday andMaturday !I A. J. Thomas, Clerk.It Raleigh North required Carolina.You to. appearon 23rd, I I.is.sus
which are named
'. ,f estimated receipts from other sources 1947 4M.00 oleach week from Agust 23rd. 1U44, In the above''I Court end .
f 1 (No. 490) of until September 4, 1948 for August plaintiff
1. 1948. .
TKMPORVRV ,,( ()OET ot electors.Signed ,I named Court and cause, wherein County Telsgrap15hsjeOrder
the registration !

:, t : OE. ":R.\1. FUND TOTAL _____________________________...--------- $39.087.00 ( ) Albert Lee Crosby Jr..I TRACT:XOTK'K EDWARD TO APPKtlt HAYES Sit.,. f plaintiff County Telegraph seek. divorce shall. publish Bradford this, Wltn"In In)r f""r, ...,.',
" Commissioners ________________________$ 3.000.00< FOKFKITCUK: Ft'NO T-Z3 St 7-30 Supervisor of Registration. I ITO: ... address Is unknown. I Order In next four weekly. Issues.. I I seal. at 4tArk" Rion 'II!
ANI hand and official
County a
Snlnrles FINE In that certain Witness my of July .
..1 11 6 1.r"i" Clerk Circuit Court __ _________________________ 1.Mn5pperv1aor Prosecuting Attorney ____._____________$ 1.200.00 WHEREAS cause now It appears pending In the Circuit seal at Stark, Florida this July I I (OFFICIALDrinking 194 t FALAs ,
Salary _________________________ Salary and Fees I Court nt the Eighth Judicial 21..t. 1948. Clerk 0' Bold A.l
.t _
\ of Registration 601B Fee and Costa County Judge ____...__....-..-.__.__.._ 1.800.00 NOT.rtlNotlt' Circuit of Florida In and for Brad I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J.. Thomas, { ('nurt.
: 'ro.by
: r Shr-rlff Attendance on County Commissioners _--------- Costs Sheriff _______________________________ .000.00 Is hereby given by the ford County, In Chancery wherein Odessa By As Clerk Haven. of Crosby said Cnurf D. C. J.. Hondoroon )3' C.
,f 2! .00 Fees and Council of the City ot stark, Urlffls and his wife I tine. Fla. WS
city .,
!; t t' Attorney for County Commissioners ------------------ Bailiffs _________________________-:_____________________ 600.00* Bradford County, Florida, that a Orlffls pray for the adoption of T. FranK r.andrum, Stark 7-23 4t Fla.813W 1 k
\ ___ 3.000.00 Pit. .
___ the for
'11I: .. & Fees County Assessor Taxes ____ Collected ___________.... 600.00: preliminary assessment roll has Tracy Edward Hayes, Jr. that, Is _
: Fines Jr.
.. on Council Edward Hayes
1\ Commission to the City
_____ 3.000.00 Sheriffs been submitted aid Tracy .
Commission) and, Fees County Tax Collector _______ Agencies ._____.......________. 1.200.00( by the City Clerk and all persons the minor; child of the said! Tracy : CIRri'IT COVRT. '
q County Court House .___._______ 2.WO.00 Other Law Enforcement 1.200.00Ouard ( firms I :t''::* desiring-" Edward Hayes, Sr, and that theplace I COUNTY FLORIDA IN 'CH"l'I-1 ,.We C.
corrections Post n t. CBRY. T.
Sfcwntenance &: Repairs Prisoners ----- ---------- alterations and the
t, and Care of ---------- have Williams, '
Feeding t
.4' .---------- 720.00< whether In the list' hot address of the said Tracy Ed Menta Lee
Janitor ____------------------ ------------- ...... 1.200.00( at County Jail ______...---------------------:---- Ins made valuation therein of property'or other ward Hayes, Sr., Is, unknown to Petitioners tiff vs. Paul D. Williams Ddrendant. !!- Pltrrnh.. ,.
"""I't Lights Fuel l and Water -----------.-*------- ----- ________________________ _____________-__- 400.00 wise, will file objection with the and that there Is no Case PUBLICATION No. 6717 Someday

.I. t'-'ffi _______ .._....______.___.-.____ 2.1100.00 Witness Fees _____________ 300.00 aid City Clerk on or \before .the. on or persona In the State of per-I ORDER NOTICE TO APPEAR I'll
{ Insurance - --- Rolls ______________.____._____ 3rd day-of August, A. D. 1949 .ttin. ida the service 'Of a I AND Prevent DrlnklBr..
, .1 i ___ .. ___-_......__.-___.__......... 1.000.00 Jurors Pay ., forth their objections. to the Chancery upon whom would STATE OF FLORIDA to: Pauln.
Incidentals un residence last
< -- correction .. William. whose (The
Edward Hayes sipi
'i' 2.000.00 assessment and the said Tracy
aid the
of Elections i .....----------- ------- _______.i..t__tS.. $13.02AGRICI'LTURAL ( made. I I therefore ordered to appear known Is Conway. South Carolina.
Kxpenaea ________________ hey desire rou are
s, ______ 300.00( TOTAL __ You required to appear on .
'p'r1's l Advertising and Expenses-. ____._.....-_.u ? FUND The City Cornell, of the City"of In said cause on or before the I are
Legal] _______. 2.1100.00(
.' t .U Administrative Supplies and Expenses Agents Salary ________________________________.r* 3.150.00<

., "' <' County Demonstraton Agents Salary and Expenses _______, 1.800.00

. Home Illustrative Material ..._____________ 300.00
,.t and
9 I P ______________ 100,00
I-H Club Camps (Girls) ________________

, l. : DRINK l-H Club Camp (Boys) _______________________________ 100.00

't Incidentals .1::___.__________________________________-___ 12.TOTAL .00
'.' ; I II i I

., ___________-___________?______________ $8.1711.00 ,
i .
'' Whistle Orange

load Tax Due and Payable to Incorporated

:1' Municipalities within the County _____________......___$ 5.000.00

.0)) .,,1 ,,;J! Salaries for Road Maintenance Crew .................. 15.000.00( /
A & ____ 3.1100.00(
!\ lepaln and Upkeep of Road Maintenance Equipment 1I

wf.' Ja.ioline and Fuel Oil for Road Machinery __....__.--.__ 2.000.00

. r :' 'urchase of New Equipment -________________________ 5.000.00(

Cola" Insurance __-_.____?_______________________-_____.?- 1.000.00
': : a: J Vess Timber and other Materials for Bridges and Culverts ___. 10.000.00 41i

1M e hcldentals. Right of Way. Etc. ________________________ 1.500.00 TOR

1 :

1t t I TOTAL ______________________________________ '.3.000.00

l Erection of a County Jail ____.___._______._______.___$ 1111.000.00

tl EARL F. MILES TOTAL ___.__________._____________________-__ $55,000-. : t


I _________ _____________* 1.820.00
alartes ________________________ *
i1 Office Supplies and Expenses .-.____--__.___._____.____ 80.00I I

;{ ; i ii TOTAL ______________________________________ 1,100.00 :
i 'r 1, '" HOSPITAL FUNttlospltal I

"" Expenses for indigents _._._______r..-______...$ 4.000.00
, I / d4

,Il!: TOTAL .________________________________________ $..000.00 t

'\\l, 'Tllk" It was therefore resolved that the Clerk. of the Circuit,Court
( p estimate an made by the Board
be i directed to have the foregoing

.;t!. \N 4 01 County Commissioners published in, a newspaper In the County 1 by
I It thereof properly certified
\ and a
')f II Ir I one Insertion; copy
t I tile Comptroller of the State of Florida. TIRCJYOUR

\1.1 ,---

.t "j( EIi Voodmen Meet Tues. Historical Western

"r". "A: .- .... ,, i taking i iIt. Woodmen Circle Grove no. 278 Featured At Park

,. .. n
y ; :-_';
; w111 hold Its regular 'meeting A historical western. Fort Apt -
:: I
::'.\0 : I ,.
J. ,; of uesday July 27, at 8 p.m. che containing all the early-da
'" r :. "; :; care
iT ,, :,.wn: All members are urged to ingredients of the tlme-honore) '

fl clothes tend to discuss plans for the wt"stern-cavalry and Indians-
J:' your State"" Convention which Ia to be Is a feature next Sunday andheld
; .. at the Park theater. The
a. rftl ; In Starke on Aug. 12. Monday
I I ... 'a.-r

\ J is still with Pursuant to the provisions RtIOOI.I'rIO'll of Hm-tlon 237.13. Florida, Statutes 194 USED TIRES
High priced clothing us.!
-. to by Section 8 22 3t taws' of Florida, Arm' oJoBoard 19-1
am<>n< S That's why it's wise and sensible to Lice In hereby given. h'h public, hesrlnx. shall ho held by July the 31, 1M!
of Public instruction ot Bradford County Klorlitu
t your precious suits at the hour of 10.on: ... m., In the County Board meeting, room of the
Expert Stark, Florida, for the purpose of dlHcuimlnawith thfl
lurthouift at
'1 dry cleaning gives your tlinn of the County the proponed. school. budget of sold county for Ih.tleral ARE WORTH
and coats that brand new look as year beginning July t, 194* and ending; Jun. 30. 194, whichbud..t

;I, i well as longer life, because of our .. Bvda-rt I" nuinniarUeU For Support. ".And follow M..f.: ....>. of HrhooU .
+'ia appearancerevivinguseprolonging Federal Sources H.7BO.OO
j technique. To get double duty from State Hourcei 24,146.43
% US
u.oel.oo: )
r4 Sources 'MORE TO
County '
your clothes put, your clothes in our 4 I
i I, i
hands. t 4 ,
receiptsCaith I i ,
i', 31.H* .Total balances' anticipated, beginning; of yearInvemmenta 3Bm'r 13.600.00Tutal : ( ,

M ,
available each & current receipts 427,188.1'14POIl.ll ."
: Jo1APt\: In'rl REa:
il' I. Deneral Control HeeO.OO< TRAIJEINflW'flR
ROUT. US 2010,313.\12\
rm 2. Inatriiftlon
3. Operation of Plant 15, Ji>.00

GREEN, 9 J.'IJ Temple 4.. Auxiliary Maintenanceft. Avenolea 35,70000 24,400.00 13,00000:

0. Fixed Cnuricv
Owner Ave, T. Bvenlnw A Adult School. 14,75000
a. i'ai 9. Debt Hervlcn 18,110.00Total

proposed expendltureKne 394.9:3.2
..... ...rve.., Invectment & Cash balances 93.844

STARKE. FLA. Total. proposed expendlttiren and reserve. 437,7411.4
II. BinclF.T
Cash. balanctfn. b..lnnln..r year. 4,99302\ \ .etotl
Taxe tt.......*d 4.891.0' PAY ,

Total receipts' and balancesfPKMHTI '.SH 03
V Kiss:
('omml..""' 2)300 i ONLY
Payments of Honda, 3.26000:
y't J Interest on Bonds I.eoo.oo

a Total appropriationsCftnh 4,7N43.0
balance. to b* carried over : Z5 y

Total appropriation. and cash, balancesro 9.SS40; >
.h balance. bea-tnnlnir of year 4,71830 t.
Taxes. assessed" 1I.45HOO A
3. OO.00

Investments Total available. cash. and current receipts 19.813.30 (WEEK CHAMPIONTIRES

RXPKMlITt:: Hras!
School busses 4.HOOOO rth
Transfer to Capital Outlay Fund 11.14000
Cash balance carried over .. I

Total expenditures, transfers and reserves 1! ,'73.30 ,
D Fd.
r !Ptste! Foundation Program Fund DO.S1S.OO
Transfer from Support and Maintenance
., IV. rilOKT FOR CAPITA OITLAV AND DKBT:: 1KB. LIFETIME We need used tires for rotroodlng! You'll be
Pl'Nn '
1 1i vital Funds 5,27,00Tran.f.r amazed w. I"
at the liberal allowance
i from Building and Bu. Reserve trado-in

Fund. Il.tSO.OO eE"ery hr. or w of T"j'lj give' this month for your old tires. Here's you'

Total anticipated receipt 45.120.00j bearing m
A j our nam. and e chance to get the BEST for LESS famous

A HEALTHFUL BUY Sites FxrENDITI'RR3I: 300.00 guaranteed fo be serial number i j, Firestone De Luxo Champion tires that give yoJ
t FOR YOUNG AND OLD N.w New Building Equipment.: bas' from ,deface. in Nl extra safety and extra mileage at NO EXTRA
Morning noon and night serve Goatafaon's fresh. _, Transfer TV>tal to Pronosed Capital Expenditures Outlay Fund. 3u.JJu.uuTotal 14.100.00>> os b ym. material without Sim COST.: Even If your tins are only partly| wonvyou '

r milk. It children grow stronger or nlilttaQ. 'II mil*
invigorating helps ."".dltllre. and Reserves 4S.1SO.OO gt FULL allowance for the unused
and keeps adults healthier. Constant scientific care The mtllaa-e levy to b. levied on the 1(44 assessment roll to producesenary
reasons revenues for these buda-ets for the ensulns fiscal year are: ag. during this Big Trado-livSalo. Don't walt .*
4 in dairy production is one of the Pperlal Tax School District No. 1 0 mill.
consistent high quality of Gustafson's milk. County Ueneral Hchool Fund 7H mills TRADE and SAVE TODAY.
for the
Special Tax Hchool District No. 1
Serve it to your family today and every day.TELEPHONE (Building and Bu. Keserve Funds) 1 mill
District No. 3. Interest and Sinking Fund I mill
COVE SPRINGS 2312 COL- District No. 0. Interest and Slnklna- Fund tH mills
a GREEN District No. If. Interest and Sinking Fund f mill. .
LECT FOR DELIVERY.GUSTAFSON'S Complete detaHs of each aeparate part of the school budget ..ummal'l.1Id .
above are on file and are available for public Inspection: at Ih.ottlc.
: of the County Superintendent of Public Instruction at the court- FIRESTONE HOME
bo.set, Stsrke. Florida and will also be available for such public. .hear's & AUTO SUPPL
DAIRY In. together with all supporting statements and Information.All
In the
Interested persons are cordially Invited to participate
pllbUo. .hearlnaand to discuss th. school program and budget tor t..l."oune
,. for the .ensulns fiscal year.

Green Cove Springs Florida Arthur I"eRa.. 600 Temple
DAILY County Superintendent.


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Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02969
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 23, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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inir what seems to be an unavoidable trend. Brad-

C3tv as now planned, will cost 13
jrovernment per-
Official Countu Publication Established In 1877OLUME
I last '
it did .year. 'I
more according to the proposed budget adopted _
Commissioners at their meeting last Tues- t (
____ __ _____ .. ,
the County i _______ I.
t the upward trend is only part of a four yearement

But Figures for the past four fiscal year reveal the National Guard Marches Off To t' "

: y upsurge. 1945-46: $7. ,207 EncampmentPictured County Welcomes Warren :;t

1948-47 94,827 (tentative budget)

1947-48 141.149 At Speech Here Tuesday I

1948-49 161.982 (tentative' budget) ,J '

Commissioners report that they are "trying to fight" the

county cost of government. Even more gloomy Is the prospect Fuller Warren spent an exciting three hours in Bradford I

'"..nfr year on racetrack funds which will decrease the amount Canning Plant Open I County last Tuesday. i -

"$ income. Tuesdays Only The Democratic nominee for Governor was rushed from "
.uaty Itt-me tacre.** Lake Butler to Starke in a several block long motorcade, at* ,. i

I In the 1948-49 proposed budget which show a Jump over The Bradford County canning tended a banquet and reception in his honor at the home of I '. '

!IteDlS 194T-48 budget are: plant will be open only one daya W. H. Smith, participated in another banquet in his honor t

aetual About a $1.300 Increase In General .Funds, to allow for more week .Tuesdaybeginning in an up-town grill, spoke to a large Bradford County audience t

III next week, announced supervisor for some 40 minutes, shook hands for another half hour. .

*' ''viut a $1,200 Increase! In Road and Maintenance Funds. V R. has Ferguson been. operating this week.on The a and was finally escorted by motorcade to his next speaking; '.i 'It

121) $33.000 Item In the proposed budget for Post War plant place in Baker County. v
A new two day a week basis for
((31) (new County jail I was Inserted In order that the projects above are some 60 members of the Stark... National Guard an they marched fully equipped :I months, but the demand for the Yet the lively Jacksonville. attorney: appeared in no f

ping underway If funds did become available. Last year, al- from the Armory to the depot last Saturday h board a troop train enroute to Fort Jarknon i lant'. facilities have decreased rush, and left one engagement I I

d let Item was not listed In the tentative budget $37.050 was S. C. for a two weeks encampment.The enough to Justify the one day a Warren's Thanks for anothr still exhibiting his 'f ;,
gh' for that purpose C'nlt formally the ileadquartern Company, Second Battalion 124IU Infantry. met promptlyIn week opening.In well-known characteristics of.. t

,de 1ospial Fund wa Increased from $2,000 to 1.000 be- front of the Armory at 6:30: Saturday formed rink, and marched dunn Walnut St.. where ,thepicture the past! the plant has For Reception Here grace and ease. In fact, he :

1.1) TM have been all along." wan taken.. Aft..r' short wait at the depot' the group boarded. the I rain. already containingother also operated on other days of of .Kenthy claimed he was in no rush because ,.
I .hould The text a Telegram
"It 1948-49 proposed budget for Post farewell friends and rt-lathen, pull.sl out the week by request for appoint "I'm not worried much
the 355000: listed In the National Guard.t."nlt., and amidst the nhoutl ig of by Democrat nominee for Governor i Ii i
Minus[ ments, and the plant will continue
comes to $106,982 which appears to be for points North.American. Fullerarr.n to the Bradford about my Republican opponent : .

Tr-Government these days. But the 1947.48 actual budget'S p- ". said that practice Mr. Ferguson County Telegraph last Wednenday in November" r,. I

$37.030 of which was set aside for Post reads on follow! The part played by the littlo 1 .
'S, $$141.149 In expense. Hot Time In Old Town Over Weekend ; On Tuesdays, the regular canning man In government keynoted his 'i

Legion day, nothing will be accepted Through your fine netvcpoer ,
PlwinlnK Denies, Requests; Asks Cooperation I Sees Convict Capture, Raid, Jail Break for canning after 2 p.m. Thin |> I want to tell. the peopleof speech delivered at 2:30: p. m. C 3 i' i

the proposed budget, the Commission considered Is to Insure that plant personnel Bradford County how muchI from the front Courthouse steps .' I
There's an old saying that goes, the cell. The occupant of the cell after an introduction Circuit I ,
Quests bad been presented during the year. The Board Asks EmployersTo will have a normal working day, appreciate their help In my by
raI which mosquito- control program. The request "When it rains, it pours." That's claims he knows not the perpetrator -. the supervisor said. campaign for Governor- and Judge A. Z. Adklns, an old Bradford ; ;; t.
action on a the Starke force of the act and police officials r&
11 took no way the police County friend< of Warren's. It(rf
( also to
ofwoman's : appreciation
the Business Woman's Circle express my
placed by established that he
was have
such a program Tues. feels these days. for the splendId turnout "My platform holds 23 planks. i
Meet ;
l\.tIlJSlonary\. Union Baptist Church. To us. the past week-end may himself could not do the Job-- > p pi I
I BHS Activities at my speaking at the Courthouse but those plank have to be made
Club for Increased I
1 request from the Woman's an have seemed quiet and peaceful, the lock cannot be reached from { .,
Tuesday. I ua Impressed
((2)) 'rotation for the public library. All from Bradfordand but to the local police those the cell. law by the Legislature before be- ) \
a employers with the large crowd and i
!thy for $300 to aid construction of a The- surrounding counties were were hot times In the old town. The man who was supposed. to Some ing translated into action.: The': ,
I denied a request Continue also with the courtesy of your
(3)|' house. asked this week to meet In the That's because developments Included be residing In the cell was later ; people In Mending a motorcade members of the Legislature are : I

community actions the Board minutes comment: Starke American Legion Hall the capture of an escaped picked up from In front of W. to lake Hutler to escort us Into bound to be influenced by the approval ? ,. 1
on these convict, the raiding of a gambling H. Smith's home on North Walnut I
brought out by the Board members that all of these next Tuesday night to discuss a and break. To Register YetStrange Starke and after speaking| to you have put In my plat ,I I I
"It was get-together, a Jail Street.
In sincere effort to lighten the tax load onaxpayers. veterans' Job placement program.The hate a motorcade go with us Into form but your co-operation I I. ,f' 1
were denied .a It all began at 11:30: p. m. on Monday afternoon. Mayor H.
NIts Is being sponsored!! till needed Warren warned
linker I "
to cooperate program County am especiallygratiil ,;i
requested r
and. the public was respectfully aturday night when the ClayCounty C. Wall held court for the benefit I
:56.\ Bradford
Post "Remember
seem that
In by American Legion as may to our friend County the people own
In this matter and to sustain the Commissioners sheriff! called on the localpolice of the Sunday night revelers.' The ; ,
Board t I" Its
the Commander Mike Cllhooly Utah School( keeping chairman Noon, Ualnivrightand the government the "
will Post I
curtail all possible expenses so that the tax load to help locate an escaped. crucial bits of evidence were the govern'I'I
to doors wide these days. ment doe not the '
r eftOTtS this week that the open his rn-ehalrman Greene' own people
unbearable as It was In the early 1930's when a emphasized I' convict from Tavare, who was testimony of the officers, a deck "
again become would benefit the employer II The reason for all the activity MrGrlff for the excellent ar- he asserted. '
reverted to the State as State program headed our way The convict, after -; of cards and $2.03. .J i i'
orIty of the land!, in the County ) i as well as the veteran. 1 having given police authoritiesthe The final score: at BUS H' the huge/ amount of rangenwnlii( mails for my \l IsIt. The Democratic nominee who'la :4 f \
{Continued on page "The employer will have a manowyr i run-around for two weeks. ((1)) One, who pleaded not guilty work to be done In preparation I unit very pleased and encmir- almost sure to win the November ,It I

pool from which to draw, house for the tenrhera' pre-school planning aged tn have assurances of cooperation election: over his Republican .
4:30 opponent
was finally captured at : a. :\ to operating a gambling ( "
/ifor Matthews Has Hair Cut; Ince we will have available a m. near Mtddleburg. PolicemanWill and not guilty to gambling. was: period beginning August of In the forthcoming said that human nature I

/ veteran's record. his abilities and Knight aided In the capture,' found guilty of the latter and sentenced tnd the srhoolward trek the legislature from my friend almost bound: him to lean In the i .

Efs Good Cooter Stew his preferences," Mr. Gilhooly and the convict was turned over, to a fine of $50: and court students on August; 30. Henator C'harlrs: Johns and Rp- I direction of Bradford County for 'I.. '

Fill OF said. "Of course, our main ob- to Clay County officials. costs or 60( days. Among those putting In hours prenentatlve Joke Roberts. I the rowing majority granted him ''t. t't

locate the veterans In second offender, 'It BHS are principal C. S. Par look foruand tn further visit In the May 23 Primary. Warren 1
the back of my neck cutting I 'ect Is to But the excitement wasn't over ((2)) One a '
I Illolee that wilt enable was tin, elementary principal Grad! to Bradford County and I wa given 2063 Bradford County
like a mower through a 'he positions :o' Starke's men-ln-blue, for Policemen pleaded guilty to gambling I
till!<" ago( a small path while 30 Oaborne, coach J. C. Hobbs athletic again thank for vote to his 1433. I
lawn of neglected grass. 'hem to make a livelihood M. M. Morgan and R. sentenced to a $25 fine or express my opponent' t i a
midwest director Lou Beyers,
uer In the "Know where I'd go If I want. ertormlng duties they enjoy and V. Alvarez. with the aid of Melvin days. V.R. Ferguson the good help Bradford County' While I expect to be kind and I

4 'wmethlng% like this on a rest?" Joe mused. "Odlund'j: are qualified to do,". he comment' McKlnney raided a house on Mad ((3)) One, who pleaded guilty to xgrlrultural\ specialist gave me In my campaign jut. It J* only natural that I lean I

I page: ." ed. 1 ison Street Sunday night and gambling was sentenced to a $17 Puller WarrenDemocratic In, the direction of Bradford Coun.. I '

Starting tomorrow the He took a final snip off' the '1 ask that all employers!", no I hauled five men to the City Hallon fine or 30 days. Principal the finishing Partin touches Is busily to putting hi'* nominee for, ty bemuse of the vote. you piled f

f of the Bugle will and whirled me around to matter how few their personnel, a charge of gambling. Four ((4)) One was permitted by the.1 registration scheme, since h... registered .*., Gm errorDecision '1 -upb, \ me,|' he aal! wwk's 'watlon. The of 'them Immediately, put up tile' Court to stand 'trial next :Monday "I've : ;; ''I
putting'e personally
the mirror. "Short enough, "hco arv Interested" In \ BHS students before they seen over half !
b out aa osual. sinH. $23 bond, but one was since he had out-of-town business the member 'of I,
asked. %, veteran on his feet. and also In required left school for the Summer holidays the next Legislature I \ ,

idy printed them for 1 I I passed an Inquisitive hand crested In establishing!!: an up-to forced to think the situation overn to transact. I l on June 4. This will eliminate Alters and we, are in accord on ,

: hlo Issue*!" the top. It felt like the red late Index file of available man the City Jail. ((5)) One jumped ball. some of the hurly-burly major laiues. I'm' perfectly wil I'

overstuffed with the American And during the night with a Police say they are on the trail' ling to go a' little further than ,
l a Its seventy-one years plush on that ower to meet for and confusion when school opens I
hacksaw stolen from a local plumber of the person responsible Wet-Dry IssueA half way with the Legislature '
the he and
llrtlinn, the Telegraph so popular back in Legion next Tuesday. 30. .
rrtorteil to a stunt twenties. continued. someone sawed the lock off]I sawing the lock off the City Jail. 1 August At present, the principal and I see In prospect a State government ( n,1 t -i

But ti) have the "Short enough." I said. The meeting will be Tuesday his secretary, Mrs. Lois Moore, voter, who has signed a petition more In harmony and In concord I .1 1 I \

S In the mall each "Wonder why a crew crop Tuly 27, at 8 p.m.. In the American Convention Delegate Says Issues VeiledIn have all the Individual schedule fothlt County Cnmmls In than lifetime any state government !!i' I! ; I

In a 52 week year has Hall on west Call St. rariln made for each pupil, as my I. )
UP the srrey so mucr1! Legion Race Not Question"The sinners tn order an election to
f''r a certain amount of Philadelphia; and classroom "Government will be I r,
?" I thought to myself All veterans interested In par. well as homeroom determine whether the sale of Intoxicating more of a 4 j
klD, which Is not Mr. Partln asked business and less of burden in I
rosters. a .
Joe was busy sharpening 'Irlpntinpr In the program were leaders of the liquors shall be prohibiti : '

r a..llablp and a (treat !! tools for another victim. asked last week to register with South: attempted great to make an iaue ator Claude Pepper's. announcement !students who have not yet re- In the County, cannot with the State of Florida," he said. i' : ,' i.

Ua old sweat. Dignified office Is as a Presidential candidatea Wintered for the 1911-49 term to from the Warren Invited Bradford County I I'
.. all Time magazine des -.uclan Conner, whose of the colored race at the draw hU name petition I'I I
<* owner E. L. \ warm reception since "I'm for come to the BHS schoolhouno anyweekday to fully participate In the
a man In his late thirties 'n the Chamber of Commerce Democratic National Convention fter It has been filed with the I plan ; .
aothly furnished both courthouse any Florida man as PrcHldent. between Dam and ft! Commissioners, I ned Inaugural on January 4, the ,
'vounsrlsh', and I've not yet building of the when the race problem was no Board of County I' + .
*I' year without a where Walter rounds. Mr. Gilhooly said that't Judge Ferguson, originallyfrom p.m. and complete their registration. / ruled Attorney General J. Tom Inaugural which he mid would be t 1 I
the this sought
t U> of point Issue at all-by they Lake remained In the most "colorful .
depresnlon year City This will eliminate later and Imprea lve'
late for veterans to Watson In recent decision. 4 "
still Insists that 'life be Isn't too to Insure their popularity In the a
hot entered this Starke In order to see hla University than ever
difficulty, the principal saUI. enjoyed by state. I
action any
'. Oh, well someone said that -efrister, and that quicker South." This decision had It been rendered I',
n1 M a fresh" graduate" of Florida room mate, Fuller Students desiring to register "It's an all-Florida Inaugural _
gives a man vlll result If the veteran files a before June 2, 1917, could '
"tA'flflt4'l"" Columbia (N. ) greyness That was the opinion of Judge Warren who spoke In Starke ran see Mr. Partln or Mrs. : a grea day a great time 1 I
"* ? air of distinction.! Let's let -ard early. Thomas Ferguson Miami Justice Democratic nomineefor possibly have affected a Brad- which I J. Intended '
II Journalism. : Tuesday as Moore In the principal' office to make every t : '
It u...1 k. under the I go at that." I Mr. Gilhooly warned the veterans ')f the Peace and third time del- Governor. He spent his two ford County situation when a citizen more keenly aware of his .

i 1 So here I am on Odlund's Is! last week that immediate gate to the Democratic National day visit at the home of N. D. wet-dry petition was presented to duties and responsibilities a* a ,
hVrlaii editor and Rev. S. R. Love 1
th-.-s with the rain In my face tctlon could not be expected In Convention. Judge Ferguson vls- Walnwrlght, Jr., on Lake St. He the Count Commissioners on citizen of Florida" he stated. I''
at Ion .
t thps. last the wind In my hair-or securing them positions but that 'ted In Starke Monday and Tues- and Mr, Wainwright were classmates -I Buried In Ocala that dnta. The petition was final*] Arriving in Starke with 30'
part' leaving a ,
where the hair used to be he Legion would cooperate in 1ey of this week while enroute I at the University. ly voided for lark of names Investigation car motorcade escort little i 4 .
1/1.1 friend behind, to AfternoonThe a past
I met a guy named Joe. very way to act as a contact *o Miami after attending the : Tuesday by the Commissioners noon on Tuesday, Warren t
M was
I, 10....'lc end there well-earned arrived at But it's a wonderful feeling between employer and veterans'n Tuly' 12-11 Convention In Philadelphia -i Mrs. J. E. duPre Rev, Samuel Reuben I.m-e. disclosed that many signers but taken to the home of W II. t ,
to satisfy both on were unregistered as
In the morning-no an : The Judge was an Ela- : BHS Smith on North Walnut i
\ V
pet ,
ws office a letter \\ up father of Mrs. R Young Street ,
the ten day time ellipse
sPut fishy odor, and to comb, no need to brush 'ob requirements. ,nhower-pledged delegate. Mother Of Resident, school supervisor passed away' at during required for Investigation, several where a reception and banquet in t j' ,

C the contents. need for oil end water. Now "I, myself, am for Improving : Dies In Live Oak his home In Ocala Saturday morn hundred. of the 1,100, petitioners his honor was held with about 40 r I .

I can Just sell the ladies in Marketable Conditions for the colored peoplefor ing. He was born In Jacksonville, their from guets present After the meal
land withdrew names
life in the value of comfort -- giving them a fair break. Mrs. J. E. duPre, 66, motherof Ala. Ort R. 187fl, and had been withdrawal Warren delivered a short address t t, ,
1 Gene. the Thin
Matthew petition.
? looks I think I'll stick to ind I abhor the hought of anyone J. H tluPre who Is manager a Rnptlflt Minister for 49 years the local of appreciation before he left to r tJ "
which was urged by
''." T never would have new "toothbrush" effect from capitalizing on a noh-exU- at the Florida Power and Llaht I ; He served.: as a member of the and other Interested attend another banquet In his I
ProveBradford clergy persons
ooj it but' here I am on run"p on.Just Records 'ent Issue in order to make them- Company In this area, died Mon Baptist State Home Mission was one factor which defeated honor at the J'., P. Robert's Grill t \

!'I t 'B"d wearing a before I left civilization elves. popular with the South day morning at her. home In Live. Board of Alabama, later movlnv the petition. also on Walnut Street. There t \\t, tII

'.''. nnd 11"lnff on a diet press reported a new movie, County U a marketable vhen they returned." the Judge Oak. She was a former resident {' to Florida where he served 20) Warren again expressed thanks I.

or tw. Vacations are In Florida, and named "On quality as evidenced by commented. of Jairwr, where her husband, 'I rears as a minister In the Rapist Under the ruling from Attor to the 25 friend present before I
'IeO..ral Watson, the '
*- "*r>ne thing to a Island with You." ,If I ever -.1 I estate transactions In excessof Judge Ferguson refused to participate Rev. duPre, was pastor of the churches of Marlon county. ; sign- he Journeyed to the Courthouse to
would be
of the -
era petition address the ''
'tav:: when It's hla around to It I'll enter the $1,200,000) during the 1947 cal- In the Birmingham Dlxle- First Baptist Church. Prior to He was a member of the Fellow- to withdraw their. name crowd of Bradford ,I." .
I Countlans
fllt..n Years. with one entitled "On rat Convention and he refusedto moving to Jasper, she was a resident shin Baptist church. gathered there. After I
,ndnr year. from the petition after It was his speech and .
a of
of Jacksonville where Rev. period t.
'.5 aways! Island with Stew". And cooter I bolt the Democratic party.'States' He 'Is survived bv his uldn that
wondered how for the Commlwiloners.
Real estate sales per- duPre was pastor of Phoenix Ave. : presented to County greeting the listeners, .' ,
In one of those at that. od :were estimated this week Rights could not be Baptist Church. I Sarah Love: and ten children Warren was escorted to Baker '

[**" N-tween. a billiard woods "cooter" Is more or earn recordingof Rights was clouded and veiled M'ss.' :Samuel: B. Love, Oalnevllle. *- 1,401signatures) while only scheduled
""St "coornpanv speech by another ,
four Mrs. J
daughters, P. Saue, : I
Mrs, M\ J. Hester, Florence ii
] frightened Fuller a term of endearment or a a document by Clerk of the with the Southern race problem Bostwlck. Mrs. J.C. Winchester 1.229 signatures were actually motorcade, I 1 :
( I'
I K.hM its Odlund's Held the Judge said. "And this was Ala, Mrs. H. T. Strickland. Tallahaasee. mj I r "
; advantages nickname, but on Circuit Court A. J. Thomas.' Hayesvllle. N. C., Mrs. L. M. needed, the latter figure, being A Telegram from Warren thankIng '
Mrs.\ R. F. ,
I Young
tIor.'t so in the staff of life. I've were done simply to insure the popu- 25 of the 4,917
for looks It's thAt 1S27 Instruments Burgess Haynesvllle, N. C., Mrs. percent names the citizens of the County for';: II '
nd's Stsrke. Mr C. F. Harklns Birmingham. I'
Wand. I'd tire 1917 ancU' 'artty of the leaders when they .
said that never Cited' with his office In : Rav Billings. Palatka: two eons, then carried on County registration their kindness and courtesy during III 11
Ala.. Mm Clyde Rcrog-
b.w.n't shaved or seafood but now I'm begin of these 1200 were deeds Incident returned from the Convention. J. H. duPre Starke H. N. duPre Mrs. Ruth Wright, books. Eventually it was his visit was received by the '"" I
S I meal Is transfers In Even the Southern delegates nfl, because 1
Irvaded! this three to wonder Every to real estate live Oak: one sister, Mrs. L.M. : voided by the Commissioner Telegraph Wednesday morning. '
IrT'o that I themselves were carried away by Ocsla. Mrs. F. 11:. John Cle..r.wllter and ;
County. ,
paradise four days around something various points of the Holden Wlnaton-Salem, N. C. of unregistered signers 01

&r.\ conducting a little swims crawls, or jumps. ,I An average of better than threernsfers the tide." i Funeral service were held P1*., and Mrs. E. C. withdrawn names. The petition Bible School r( p t '
Fla. threetotheri
'** to ice how long I I noticed a little bump : a day for 385 days a The Judge said he gave Sen. last Tuesday In the Live Oak Smith Ill. Rev.Dade W.City I. Love; of was sponsored by W.M. Edwards. i' I Ii
tIf it's too soon Jr. )
8me my back, but record for the calendar I pensMonday
musty sport : were of Baptist Church with the pastor
year M. H.
*!-7 slacks to tell whether 'twill be a Spruce Pine Ala.. Rev. The Attorney Oeneral' opinion M 2 ::1
before Mrs. 1947 Rev. M. C. Mines\ officiating. ; S
year. Florida Plastics and Rev.
i Love of Cthridge, Tenn., The
Vacation Church School
banahes! .
rendered to the
wart. County
me from her a claw: or a II with the 1827 Interment was In the Live Oak was j
I. But no kidding, Mrs. Odlund In comparison 1947 1873 Presents SouvenirsTo Cemetery. I R. A. Love Laurenceburg Tenn : Commissioners of Highlands at the First Methodist Church J
in City
Instrument filled The funeral services were held In Starka will! begin Monday. July .
AIId this brown Mr. Watson pointed
to tell golden County.
!tat .... 1943
I think. owe her daughter are wonderful were filed In 1946, 1633 in Starke C of C Tuesday afternoon with the Rev. that to permit one to withdrawhis 2e. at 9:00: am. Children from t ,

a perfect peace and -and blindfolded. I defy and 1310 In 1944. Stockmen Desiring A. M. Gllsson. of the Second Baptist name would cause the petition 4 to 11 years of age are invitedto !
Pint.sized barber One hundred sets of Ice tea Ocala In charge. .
church of
at one & & Mobllian (,cooter) week Cattle TreatmentTo to be constantly changing, attend these morning sessions.The .
of i
those Receives coasters were presvMMdT Interment was In the Fellowship
outpoeti W. W. Ward for If voter to Intermediate '
fried chicken. It's equally a were permitted and Senior- f
that head of
Mrs. M. H. Faulk Masonic
with the
P" for by Notify Agent cemetery
ler: !In In stew or hash. The only Year ButtonW. to the withdraw his name other voters Young People are to participate
Dixie Fifty Florida Plastics, Inc.. of Fellowship in charge.New 3j
County. Lodge
should be allowed to add theirs. In a Youth
t It we havn't had it yet la bar. Activities Week :mrhicA
:sIIort. I Starke Chamber of Commerce. All stock raiser desiring, to p
said t0'
4 I'm that native of Exception to this ruling wouldbe wilt begin with a euh'evenln F
don't worry but expecting W. Ward. 81. a Ltttian: Conner. C. of C secretary test their cows for Bang disease supper s
L' any time now. Bradford County but a resident. said that the coaster will be ,ly. are urged to present their request Resident in case the signatures were ,' << at 4:30, from Monday* i 4 I, i

haven't seen a newspaper (not Ga., for M years. was for Grill obtained through fraud, deceit |July 2.. through Friday JulyjMT &
llg hlns- o I Dublin. en to tourists for souvenirs, to the County Agents office To Open !
'flg up hi.. Joe .. I the Telegraph) In almost presented a gold SO year membership which there are many requests.A before next Tuesday. Dr. SD. I or misrepresentation. A comradeship Team--furnished] .l

!ytn Clippers: So far as I know, Claude button by the 12th Manic coasters Carver of the U. S. Department Henry 8. ChJldress, formerlya by the Florida Con f,renew Board ,
Illy head Mt of the plastic '
P1ke4 with a : might be the Presidential District of Oeorlga in Dublin of four individual coasters of Agriculture: will be In Bradford grocer in Rlchlands. Va. purchased CORRECTION: of Education. will lead the local
eye. Democratic party consist Dumpty Grill The Telegraph carried an ad. worker in the Vacation '
1 lilt of the July 14. spade County on Tuesday July 27. the Humpty Churchounty .
loutng," I replied I doubt It. I brought a Mr. Ward is now living In Jack shaped like a heart area for one day only in order to test this week and will reopen the I vertisement for Robin' clothing: SchooL The team U composed of I
Chpp1., It's caUed times Past diamond, and They next Monday. The store In the July 16 issue which Mis Robbie Lee
: buZZed put along to read. sonville. He U two Plastic the cow. If stockmen will notify establishment\ Thompson as> '
k4tyb! I'd been a UtUe Must Relax" by Edmund Master of Lauens Lodge 75 in product of the County Agent' Office Grill I I. located at 122 south Walnut listed the prices of straw bats at Counsellor. Lillian Davit a* Klrt>'* $ h
I located on east Call St. Stampedon 12.93 and S3.45.: The price( should
::: of that M. D. Dublin and was made a Muter the words, Dr. Carver will teat the cows at St. acroa from the Park dergarten. Vlvlaa Duncan a* Prt-
the are
Waldo in have been $1.49. I I marl and I
t relaxing 10 In Theater. OlUvU. Letton
C Eready: Was too late I far I heven't quit Mason In Lodge "Flo-PUJ. Starke. Florida". their farm Junior. ,

made a trial enough to read iU! April 1899.

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11 JL >> MM>>M, a _, ">*' B*' a'' ,-- --.--. -. -. Jacksonville pent the weekendIn I Starke callers on Saturday. visitors With her
I Lawtey with her parents, Mr. T. M. Finley was a Jacksonville Mra. T. N. Wagner parenti; I

4. Bradford County Telegraph Dull Day Pine LevelBy Lawtey and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. visitor last 'week. BIshop MYriCk of I

Ada Edwards Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Hayes and was
Miss caning
fc ESTABLISHED 1877 E. U MATTHEWS OWN.R.EoITO" Items Mr*. IL M. HcIUo mr I*. H. fBtth friends In Jacksonville this week. children of Palatka were weekend' Sue MYrick, on hit !! Ca1

m-' PabUllted every Friday and EAtered a* Secoai By H. O. Davis Miss Miriam Wilson of Madison .. Monday.

peas Hatter at the Pont Office at Sterke. FU .- -- ,- John Edwin McRae, S. R., returned THOMPSON REUNIONOn (Oa.) Is the guest of her brother

to San Diego. Cal.. Monday Sunday, July 18, the S. H., the Rev Ballard Wilson this

; MEMBERSubscription 1948 What this town needa Is a bank. after a pleasant visit here 'with Thompson family met at the home week. R. B. Alvarez & S

Not that there Is anything his parents 'and other relatives. of Mr. and Mrs. A C. Pearce fora Mr. and Mrs. William Harveyof <

".Annually $IJSO For Six Month wrong With the Florida Bank at Dinner It jests of the H. M Me family reunion the occasion Forsyth. Ga. spent last week

Starke, of course, but we do Rae' Sunday were Mr. and Mra being the 72nd birthday anniversary with Mrs. T. J. Terry and Miss Transfer &
rat o
need another bank. This bank I A. F Hall and children of Jacksonville of Mr. Thompson. All eight Elizabeth Terry. Storage CO

AN EXCLUSIVE SERVICE speak of handles something more Mr. and Mrs. B. M. MyrIck of the children were present, and The family of Mrs. T. J. met at

Local business men tell us that many people in buying, vital than money. In fact I don'tknow of Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. there were 18 grandchildren and her home Friday evening for a AGENT FOR DELCHER

consider only one factor: the price. Losing sight entirely of of anyone willing to placea Robert MyrIck and daughter, eight great-grandchildren presentto fish fry. Those enjoying this de- BROS,

the importance of quality, and without appreciating the< value on life-and that's what KathIe. help Mr.number Thompson of friends enjoy'were the I'ghtful! occasion with Mrs. Terry Moving and Phone 9105
Mrs. Mona Shaw of Jacksonville day. Mr. and Mrs. William
t the merchants of Starke. some people this bank handles. were
') services rendered by and at so-called "bargains"Of It deals with that rich and attended church at Pine Level also present. At the noon hour a vey of Forsyth Ga, Mr. and Mrs.C. h We Operate Local
'- ,! glance through a catalog snap picnic style lunch was served on and daughter, and Lae
a d disillusioned in the long run when,. necessary liquid-blood. Baptist Church Sunday. Her many E. Striokland tance. Also (
course, they are sadly friends here were glad to see her. the lawn of the Pearce home. Miss Betty, of Gainesville. Mr. hauling .\nY\\h
{ after paying parcel post charges, insurance fees, and wait: Chances are that at some timeor Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and The day was enyoyed by all present and Mra. G. W. Durham. Miss Starke City Limit

/ } ing days for the merchandise, they do not come out as wellas another you've had to rush son. Gerald and Mrs. E, C. Sapp and late In the afternoon the Elizabeth Terry, Mr. and Mrs.
imagined they would. from our peaceful community to visitors left for their respective T. Futch SEE US FIRST
they and sons, Rudolph and Jo Allen J. P. Wyrlck, Mrs. Joyce -
: The Telegraph has never appealed to its readers to trade the big city of Jacksonville In all of Hellbronn Springs were homes, 'wishing Mr. Thompsonmany I and children Benton. Mary Julia,

"nm at home-for purely patriotic reasons. It has never blamed order There to are aid blood a friend banks or there relative., anda dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. .more happy birth anniversaries. I Terry, and Ralph, all of Lawtey.

4 rfl any person for buying what is needed as cheaply as possible< pint of blood at the right time L. A. Crosby Sunday. : Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Whitehead

i although it has attempted to demonstrate that local merchants can help a fellow in a financial The Rev and Mrs. W. E. Hall MRS.! Ft'TCII MYF HP.STESS 'and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harvey

i : deserve as much consideration as a stray catalog. To way.It. are attending the revival meetingat Last Tuesday evening Mrs L. ,visited Jacksonville Beach on tftidividmliti/ in iw alas

!r, stay in business, Starke merchants must meet outside would be so much better Milliard Buford Grove Baptist H. Futch entertained the membersof !Thursday evening of last week. vii
; unreasonable to expect them Church this week. the Lawtey Methodist Youth "
but it is obviously
competition, avail
were the blood more easily .
| to do more than this. Hiram Ballard and Earl Mc- Fellowship with a party at her WASHABLE

V'4H Local merchants guarantee their wares, giving you many able.Of course, the first comeback Rae of Jacksonville.. were visiting home. Games., directed by Miss Geneva

money-back guarantees. Local merchants give an adequate is that Bradford County, or Earl's grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Marguerite Wainwright, were en- Lake HYUTI
t krYlll.: H. M. McRae Monday night Joye'cl.( and then the hostess served -
sales but-as far
; follow-up and repair service on their as: Starke. Is too small to maintaina
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Taylor her guests delicious refresh- By Blanche Cunningham
know-no mail order house has ever sent a man to Starke blood bank. Perhaps this Is I
we 'and daughter Charlene, of Lake ments consisting of fruit salad, A
1 not doing all that was claimed But there other
to see why its products are true. are waysto
City attended church here Sundayand crackers, and punch. PERMANENT
for it. avoid that last mlnue urgent I Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Watkins

i h, Yes-there is much more to a trade than a price. Quality, rush for donors. M.'were McRae guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. !SCHOOL OPENS Al'O. 9 ers In the home of Mrs. Watkin'sof CASEIN PAINT

accommodation, service, and personal consideration come In fact the little communityof Lawtey Junior High School 'will Jacksonville 'were Sunday call

with goods bought from Starke merchants. There is no price Mount Dora la in the process . open for the new term on Aug. mother, and sister Mrs. Ida Gentry Appe.By free fram. C.lor.. .eh0 .
because mail order house of licking that problem. And I 2. The principal. L. H. Futch and Miss Lillian Gentry. .n' .ald tf.anes
in catalogs
for these service! a < *.F.lalerlon
understand that Mount Dora just State FarmBy urges that all children be presenton T M. Finley, local merchant, sad nun.SM
It takes Starke
deliver them with the goods.
cannot a mer- tara eDo.
with! JJexpensive.
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does top the 2.000 mark In popu- the first day of school. He attended a Tall Cedar meeting In
factors should be .
IA& ; chant to do that and these carefully con- N.--
Mrs. Whiffle of small children where a ,
lation. Bryan requests parents Gainesville Friday night ,
sidered and weighed by local consumers before spending .,. Mrs. Q.lekl, mad ftI
1ii W There Is no blood bank In Mount . that have not previously attended large class went through the -1IIYUI'E: I J JlrSistrunk
of *
money out town. M .
Dora, but the Lions Club of that school to bring the youngsters'birth ceremonies. Delicious refreshmentswere HIG/f-UGHT REFUCTTNt .
M k. -- - .... ---,ems' little town undertook, as a com- Her eleventh birthday anniversary certificates with them, so' served and a good time was .. ... ..r.1-tiN,", .4 MnA"yumiwu M. .
I that the state law regarding entry all.
enjoyed by
munity project, the sponsorship the occasion that Patricia
Come In And See Our Line of New
of the local donor promotion. They Willard celebrated at the age can be satisfied promptly. David Ivy, a student at Mt.

built up a reserve with the near- home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ann, Virginia and Jimmy Verde school Is spending his Feed & Seed Store
est blood bank, whereby vacation with his uncle and aunt
A BICYCLES organized ,C. D. Sellers, Tuesday; July 13. Sapp of Miami are the guests of
In Mount Dora can Mr. and Mrs E. A. Tucker.
any person 'Summer flowers In pastel ,shades their grandmother, Mrs. Arthur | Starke. Florida
draw the reserve without .Mrs. W C. Hanks and childrenof
upon were used to decorate the living
; Now on display our store Pearce, this week.
worrying about securing are. Charlotte, 'N. C., are visiting
room. In the adjoining dining
TERMS TO SUIT Mrs. Johnny Johnson and Kay
placement.And the Vfr., and Mrs. T. M. Seal, who are I
beautifully appointed
Johnson of Jacksonville, :Miss
Ul In all the major blood table 'with a 'white :Mr. Hanks' parents.
i ALSO USED BICYCLES AND banks the only coat of a transfusion -I cake that was was centered topped with pink Lena Melrose McLeod and all Lane McLeodof Mr. and Mrs. Reno Dykes and EARN While You LEARN to F
ri were recent guests
__ s. BICYCLE REPAIRS to the patient Is the labora- tapers. Ice cream was served with of the A. M. Blanchard (son and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Knightof
I family.
tory fee, which la from one-third slices of the cake. Patsy Kucera Mr. and Mrs. L H. Futch and Brunswick, Ga, spent the past
J/allllL the cost of and Walker won enorm- weekend with Mr. Djkeg'; parents,
u to one-fourth securing Margaret their guests Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
Jtt a transfusion where the blood :ous sticks of candy In Interesting Crosby of Greensboro were sightseeing Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dykes. OnTheC.I.BILLoI HIt

OUTa0Aa0 MOTONBIGGS must be obtained .from a professional contests Others present were Raymond In the southern part of. the Business callers In Starke Tues- _
donor. i and Bobble Jean Walker, day were R. R. Forsythe and
I state last week. visited In ,
wife and son, Elmer and his wife
That's a deal some of us can Ripper Murray West Palm Beach, Key West, Ft.
BAKER be thinking about, and Ovleda and Lo Edith Grlffis.Mr and other and children. following .
Myeri Tampa many Mrs. E. C. Dykes and chll- We are now Approved for the
assisted in hospitalities
Sellers -
was of
Interest the
places on trip.
.r. courses:
105 W. Call St. Starke Fla. by Mrs. L. W. Murphy, ;ren, Evan and Murl, were
I have often thought one could Mrs Ruth Barthlow of Middle- Basic Ground Primary and Advanced
.. .. determine the "depth" of a man Mrs Ernest Yarbrough and Mrs. burg was the guest of her sister, Also ....
------------ ----oQI J. 0. Caldwell.D. Flying Private Commercial .....
1'It bv the books he keeps on hand. Mrs Mae Wells, last Sunday.Mr. AUTOMOBILE and Flight I Instructor ... '

Of course, if the books on the N. Charles Thornton and D. and Mrs. A, D. Crosby ot U.\ ILlT\' INSURANCE: Courses. Approval No. 5650.

shelves are dusty and new, the T.: 3 Harold Smith, who are with Starke were visiting In Lawteylast Although not compulsony It Is.
man Is either very busy or merelya the Navy at Green Cove Springs, Friday evening
show-off, and It takes not longto Miss Ell the I much safer to carry LiabilityInsurance. Class Room Instruction Tues. &
i Special Announcement! were Sunday supper guests of Colllni of Gainesville I represent only old Thun
determine which.I Dave Thornton. arrived In Lawtey last Sun-
Mr and Mrs.
I, line, reliable stock companies; Nights 7:30 P. M.
claim that my books are dusty Janice Blume has recuperated day to begin her duties as a teacher Your business will be
DUE TO INCREASING BUSINESS. WE HAVE : because I'm busy-not lazy. nicely at her home following a in the Lawtey Junior High ated.

# SM MOVE D TO LARGER QUARTERS. OUR NEW When I completed my course of tonsllectorny in Shadycrent Hos- School. 129V.. Call Street CONWAY-LIBBY U-FLY-IT SERVI
the of FlorIda last Wednesday, Mra. W H. Jones and three
study at University pital In Starke
"i! : last June, I had all good inten- Mary B. and Lois Irene Cox of children of St. Augustine were Opposite.. Bradford Co. Telegraph

tions of completing the mysterious Orlando have been the guests of the recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phone 134 CONWAY AIRPARK

ALACHUA PLUMBING SUPPLIES Innards of some of my per. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox and of Mr. U H Hill. N. D. Wainwright. Jr.
sonal books this summer I have and Mrs J. M. Bradley this week. The revival at the Baptist

not yet found the time Misses Peggy Williams and Church Is progressing nicely under -
WALDO ROAD As I turned my back to the I Maxine Moreland were visitorsof the leadership of the Rev.

University City, I had an old. the Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd Locke and the pastor, the Rev. .
Two Blocks North of Harris Field Army foot locker full of books for several days during the O. V. Lee. The public la Invitedto

-books of English history. journalism pant week. They were enroute to attend these meetings.Miss .

Gainesville, Florida political science, philosophy their homes in Rlnggold Ga, following Arthurina Blanchard of

religion. But the meager a vacation stay at Daytona -
(Former Site of John Camp's Lumber Co.) space afforded by my borrowed Beach. weekend rew Crews with in Mr Lake and Butler.Mrs. And
bookcase does not allow room Herbert Overstreet of Macclen- QUALITY YOU TRUST.
Friends regret that J. A. Ches-
for my hoarded treasure, and I ny visited Kenneth Johns from
ser has been a seriously ill patIent ,
We Invite You To Come In And See Our Complete was forced to make selections. Monday until Thursday. In Shadycrest Hospital, in
I worked under the stress of Miss June Caldwell spent the
1p Line Of NEW And USED PlumbingSupplies And moving and It Is now with much past weekend with Miss MaryJo Starke, this past week anJ hope

trl Fixtures Interest! that I examine my hur.rif'd Caldwell in New Orleans, La. for marked improvement soon.
Visitors of Mr and Mrs. Dennis
'L choices. During the past week Mr and PRICE STILL 5
Fancher from Thursday until Sun CENT
First, there Is a survey of philosophy Mrs. J, !M. Bradley and Carolyn day were Mrs. W, W McCrary,
and religion, written by Bradley. visited relatives In Orlando Billy McCrary Miss Elsie Hyatt,
of scholars, whose and at Jacksonville Beach.
IlrT a group and Mr. and Mrs. J* H. McCrary
research seems to have disclosed Mr and Mrs. M. E. Grlner spent
and their son, Michael, all of
much Interesting: and little known Saturday afternoon In Melrose I
Information, such as Jesus beinga Mrs. Clyde" Grlffla, Clayton "

1 member of a family with four Grirris and Geraldine Grlffis of .,-- .
brothers and at least two sis Evergreen were guests of Mr. GIVES ;:,.'":>:i. 'J. \ \
and Mra. A. C. Kirkland Friday. \

PORTLAND CEMENT PAINT tersThen there comes a "Main Cur Geraldine Griffis remained with LL when cold if \

rents In American Thought" which Mr. and Mrs. Kirkland for sever M
traces our development from the al days. I I miseflesstflkeFAST .
(FOR INTERIOR T1F $ colonial days until the death of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Thorntonand I RELIEF '

{ /AND EXTERIOR ERA the author In the 1930's. Next Is Dewey Thornton spent the "
ED R$ a book of the Orient with Its .

, : "Hylltt Cement Paint has a 'white profound religions' and peculiar -- \

Portland Cement base making It most A I'fe.' And lust to !show.how practical

,K w practical for decorating and ptottct3 AL L a scholar (Will Durant) can Phone 117 Temple Ave.. Starke Fla.CONWAY'S .. (/\ _

'" all cement and he, he predicted the 1941 Pearl
porous masonry

+ Being composed of cement fsarlaces. went Harbor to Incident press In although 1935.: the book SERVICE STATION .

It penetrates the pore and becomes Of coure, there Is the 1948 WASHING '<5i
an actual part of the 'vail. Ie l I Is water' r t World Almanac or "Book of POLISHING WAXING .
proof. Colors are llmeproof end 'will.. __. Facts", without which any Journalist GREASING ELECTRIC ARC WELDING "<; -

Hilt not fade. Be sure you ak for... Is tost. For In It is' such Pressurized' Car-\Va..hnK! To Remove Dirt Vacuum Cleaningof I I I .. ':;w.,

i \ HYLITE. Information as the history of ('phoI tf'IIY K\p.-rt: Painting: See U. For EntlrnatA. I "'i'' ;; '.
World War n, the charter of the ,9.Q' ,0- .
.Sistrunk Feed & Seed Store United 1 Nations, the population of TIRES, Tl'IJES. & \TTKKIES: SOLD OV BUDGET PU\N /"" ,/

all lands, their birth and death Terms As I.ows $1,20 Per Week '
rates, the sire of their armies, y- ri (
! i. Starke Flo. and the number of their church SEE t'S J'Olt"QL'R CAR NEEDS SIN

I For sentimental reasons there AMOCO GAS and ACCESSORIES -

p ,IK a book entitled "Ink On MyHands" BATTERIES S7.95: up EXCHANGE -8

We Wish To Announce which Is nothing more
than the life of a man who could TIRES $12.75 and up'- EXCHANGE

il! not leave newsprint alone. There j: yg ,
; ( The Opening Is a practical newspaper! handbook ==i _

a book on government, a
ofCCLONIxtJL Bible, other journalism book
And where does all this come STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESA
together Does this strange collection -
TLORISTNONA of bedfellows lead to some Complete Line of Builders SuppliesPhone

r single answer? Does the Hindu 43 Across. From S.A.L. Depot Delivery Service

STREET STARKE, FXA. sex-god Shiva have anything to t'irye
1 do with the Hebrew Cod of Jah- ..
Sherwin.Williams Paints ... -Morse
web? Faint Your House I Home Water .mss
Date Systems
At An Early Out of this conglomeration of
And Pay by Tito Month Term. If Desired _
myth and mystery fact and
( tion there must arise some sin-

gle and unifying purpose which METAL & COMPOSITION: ROOFING

+ burns with' a steady flame. It Thlck-Butt Asphalt Shingle (Omen Blue) Building Hardware .: _
Watch For Our
Is perhaps like this quotation thatI Hardware' Cloth Common and Finish Nails Aabe t. 4 -
sometime jotted down, from
Opening Siding Cement Mortar Mix .
where I do not know:

"Life la a great big spelling w4. b' ynOTTt10
book: and on every page we turn, I -<'
All Grades MOLDING All Kinds
the words grow harder to understand .

To Be Coder The Management of the meaning of. But there ( '
IS a meaning and when the last : UND" AUTHOI.n. O. 'HI COCA-ecu co.rAHr IT
Mrs. Charle* Schanltt leaf flop over 'we'll know the BRONZE SCREEN WINDOWS &: DOORS STARKE COCA-COLA

1 S; whole lesson by heart. BOTTLING COMPANYr "'"
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+l' 'Youngsters Enjoy Miss Moore Returns DuBose Reunion Starke Postoffice Preference Act of 1944. For detailed 3, RertOllaJ b:
t ; Position For Clerk information on preferenceand Ceorg TJu.
Birthday Parties From Gainesville Held July 18th may be obtained I
and CLUBS other Items see Examina trorn
SOCIETY During Past WeekLittle Meeting July I 17 At Old Home SiteThe Opened This WeekThe tlon Announcement at the local retary, Board of tJ S, CI\'Q lilt

11; :1 nuke Gladys 1\I00ty Rrsidrsce Jimmy Malone celebratedhis Miss Rosa Moore president of home of Mr. and Mrs. W. U. S. Civil Service Com postofflce. vice Starke Examiners at'th" Oato!
.' Editor rhone 53 of the mission Atlanta, Georgia announces The basic rate of pay is $1.29 Florida
: I'hone 29 fifth birthday anniversary the Bradford County Unit of Ray DuBose was the scene examination
,. -- Wednesday afternoon of last Home Demonstration Councils, annual reunion of the family of an open competitive lead- an hour. After the performanceof -
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week when his mother Mrs. C. attended the State Home Demon the late J. I. and Mahaley Francis for probational appointmentto 2.024 hours of satisfactory Mr. and Mrs A If, DIIrah

'J't.l.1 ? Party Honors I BanquetReceptionFor J. Malone entertained twentysix ,.stration Council meeting at Hotel I DuBose Sunday July 18th. Ing to permanent of substitute) clerk service, Including time served as I were visiting hereREAL MOllday,
the position
At Fuller Warren of his little friends at a partyIn Thomas In Gainesville from July I The DuBose home the old home Starke postofflce. a special delivery messenger, the
Mrs. Colley home McMahon 13 to 17 Miss Moore usual meeting in the
the Malone on July rep site, has been the I
In Smith HomeThe will be accepted basic rate of pay Is Increased ESTATE
: t. Wainwright Homes Held street.A resented the Bradford County : place for these occasions for several Applications
within five cents an hour each year
who reside : LU
Clubs. The session began with a from persons your
beautiful home of Mr. and variety of summer flowers yeaI'll.Nine thereafter until maximum rate flit
the postofflcenamed with fi ?
was of
s R. Wainwright and social the delivery me.
J fellowship meeting children
in decorating \
used to advantage the ten living
Walnut of
dessert- Mrs. W. Hogan Smith on N. I were who are bona fide patrons of $1.79 an hour la reached. Applicants pleeee et IOId
t hostess at a lovely street was the scene of a the Malone home for the hour. The chairman appointed a and their families, assembled under or must have reached their ) property sad
Tuesday afternoon I committee for future Home Demonstrations In front of such office. Persons employed many
bridge party occasion. larlre'ahade trees lll'OIIpett1\'eHI"!
for Democra the but must not "
/ home on Clark street honoring delightful luncheon followed by reports the in the postofflce will be eighteenth birthday square deal Is
her the is
at Fuller Games were blayed during of the DuBose home as CUaraa
tic-nominee for Governor of have passed their fiftieth birthday
Mrs. Carr Colley. Mr. and I from last work by all the considered bona tide patrons fair commission II
t, and stories read to years and had a very pleasent all tIIs&
+ are new Warren, and hU party, Tuesdaynoon afternoon custom on the date of receipt of voles As t I
and family the office. a
Mrs. Colley Mother Goose The State personnel from Tal- each ether along with hlC'QJb.r
moved preceding his speech here. the young guests. visit with applications. These age limits do R81tr Board of
residents In Starke having to counties. 40 relatives that Persons entitled to veterans'preference y 011
baskets of candy were given Approximately counties the many other
entitled I to IIIIJ
Holly of.the home were not apply to persons assured that
from The rooms I
here Just recently enrich this happy will be given prefer- will
the children following the servo were represented had come also to veterans' ftp
4' wood. opened en suite. Artistic arrange- ing of delicious refreshments. lahassee held from reunion.At preferance. you to the best or ply
ments of roses gladioli and asters a reception How to apply: Application card I N. D.
Va' {; The looms of the Wainwright of Assisting the hostess in enter- 8 to 10 p.m. In the lounge of the noon baskets of delicious !I form :5000-AB properly executed WAI\WRIORr.
points Realtor
placed Folsom
were Ann ,
decorated Mrs. Cassie
a'i home were attractively the home, taining were Mrs. C. M. Partin Hotel Thomas for the delegates food was brought from the cars ; must be filed with' the Fifth U. -:- I'boatI
\ with arrangements of roses dahlia Interest throughout and Mrs. Martha Smith. agents:, and visitors on the opening to the long table previously pre Jacksonville; W. Ray Dubose '
4 k I and zinnias. The hostess, assisted forming the effective day.A I pared on the spacious lawn and Lake Butler; D. Wiles DuBose,
7, by Mrs. W. M. Waln-Mrs. the occasion. Little Charlene Hardy was the tour of the University< of a truly bountiful spread Wall made Fort White; Lacy G. DuBose ) \ c;: ;
Tallahassee and The "Governor's table, centered NI STORESSSS1
wright of of last The all gathered aroundthe I ALVAREZ'
afternoon guests
1)) honoree
,, George Patten served the guests In the dining room was week when her mother entertained Florida and of Gainesville was table and joined in singing Fort White; and a host of rela {
tables with delicious with embossed banquet conducted during the .session tives from all over the state.
overlaid an
'1 ''I Y at the four In honor of her seventh with a tender feeling the song
Hex on crystal service cloth, with a large silver I - -- - - - -
t refreshment birthday anniversary. with clubs from Pine Grove and "Bless Be The Tie That Binds" .,
., The guest of honor was presented bowl of yellow roses placed in' I -
r The Church Service Center on Gainesville furnishing cars and Dr. Jim C. DuBose gave the
with piece of china from the middle. The "Goverlor's table" 1
t' I. a I lb.
Street was the setting which "Praise
Church drivers. All enjoyed lectures on Invocation. after ||
bond of the occasion.
her hostess in was surrounded by nine smaller
Mrs James Lewis winner tables at which ,were seated his for this lovely party. Quantities poultry dairy and frozen foods. God From Whom All Blessings Coffee id
of cut summer flowers were usedas Flow" was sung. 8 O'clock 40c
of first prize at bridge received. many friends present. decorations.The The tour ended at the cafeteriaof During the dinner a beautiful
', I;; a double deck of cards, Mr I The dinning room buffet was beautifully decorated birth- the University where a delicious two-tier birthday cake was presented 1.

Charles Darby won an ashtray attractively decorated with an arrangement day cake had blue candles and dinner waa served. to Lacy G. DuBose by his -
a* second: prize, Mrs George Pat I of lavendar asters 1 Lb. 7 Oz. Cans 2 For|
I candle holders. Individual cakes The Council meeting was daughter-in-law, Mrs Lillian Du-
l ten won bingo prize, a baby vase flanked by silver candelabra Ice cream and Coca-Colas were to close Friday night This hr :54th birth
brought a .Bose. being
''q, and Mrs. Richard Kidd won the Pork & Beans
? galloping goose prize, a china burning white tapers served to the twenty-six little with the presiding officers turnover day, he Is the youngest one of Ann Page 3 35c t
hen. Mrs W. M. Wainwright The hosts' daughter, Mrs. Art. guests Party favors of varicolored the gavel to the new officers the twelve brothers and sisters .
r out-of-town house guest receivedan ford Brown greeted the guestsat Toby bird toys were also In an Impressive candlelight of the DuBose family.
the door and Mrs. F Fred given to the children. service. The Immediate nine membersof
them to the Assisting Mrs. Hardy In entertaining Mrs. CAROLINA
this affair Stump presented the family present were:
Enjoying delightful

t ; R.were O.:Mrs.'Kldd.Arthur Mrs.Holllday.Glen. Wood Mrs. posed receiving of the line, Hon.which.Fuller was?Warren.com C. Dennis,:the Mrs children Merrill were Edwards Mrs, WMU Held Meet Beach Mattle; Dr.J. Douglas Jim C. DuBose Jacksonville, Vero Dexo Extra Long Grain Rice 2 21bs mScott's $

i Miss Lucille Mitchell Mrs. James Mr; and Mrs W. }Hogan Smith! Mrs. Macon King Mrs. Charles Tuesday AfternoonThe Beach; Mrs. Florence Stephens

Lewis. Mrs. Roy Ward Mrs. Vernon ahd :Mr. ,and Mrs. Nj D.",Wainwright -' Hardy Sr...and Mrs. W.} .Bryan Lakeland; John M. DuBose, Dade
", Silcox. Mrs. W. H. Graham Jr.Assisting. of Gainesville, and Mrs. Douglas Woman's Missionary UnIon City; Perry E. DuBose, Fort
Char-ea In serving luncheon Hardy of Hampton. met of at the the First Church Baptist Tuesday Church at Shortening Toilet 2 for
were Miss Joan Smith Mrs. J.R. Tissue M
3:30: p.m. with 28 pre-
Wainwright, Mrs. Artford Brown. Miss Edwards Bride sent.
Miss Ruth Edwards visited her Mra. R. C. Buford, Mrs W.E. To- ENJOY 3 Ibs. $1.17Ballard
Of Mr. Z. TetstoneIn had of the .
uncle in Fernandina this week. rode Mrs. T. Frank Landrum Circle two charge

I Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr.. Mrs. ,J. Folkston Rites program. Topic for discussion COOL "
W. Andrews, Mrs A.F. Sauls, waa "Rural Churches" un