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

\lW-rlires; Mayor To 0t Be Elected I BRADFORD COUNTYTEtEGRAPW ;, ; :

r. Wall, local Insurance
Jlarold Star-to' Mayor. for
t and orders
\.esterday past year(,Thursday) calling Official Countu Publication Established In 2877VOLUME '(

e active duty as a
Wk to Colonel In the Armythe STARKE, FLORIDA "'RIDA\', AVOCST IS. 1948 NUMBER FOBTY-THKEK- *' it '
(U By procla- -__ ___ __ -__ ___ __ __ __ --- : C-: 'f"a I
Declared the of- t '

M e ot approaching Mayor he will September be vacant for U Deadline Nears Telegraph Correspondent Loves All; New Board Forms

'Uot.s.Col Wall's. order dated Aug- Writes Unique Long Distance Column

effective August 17. For Registering To Draft Youths

t 10 ,Spied as Chief of the "You can never do' a kindness .'._''''..au.J' Hill...'... Tn.u font.a .. vuv h. hu u_. U'llvi_"_ u'
IS of the State ''in In Arizona, an adobe
Section never __ a canyon
npower Staff located -A- In too soon because you ran '- v house In New Mexico, and a tentIn '.
lectlve Service / City BooksThe know how soon It will be too late. the mountains of Colorado. Recently appointed Selective Service Board' number 18 J

St. Augustine. locate i I Hill serving Bradford, Union, and Clay Counties, is rapid!)!. j
Wall, unable to I This is the kind of Inspirationaladvice ': In May 1946. when Clay '
[ayor officials on the half- The City books wUl close to- that readers of the Tele- H t -' school let out for summer vacation readying itself for the registration of all youths-betweeil,

il! city Thursday, called the Tele- morrow, August 14, at 5 p.m. graph find tucked away betweenbits Lura felt an urge to visit the inclusive ages of 18 and 25. r:
,-off t St. Augustine and After that time it will be too of personal news tested recipes again these scenes of the West Later the Board will select and draft men for ervic"'

&zed ph from the legal election no- late for Starke citizens to register and home remedies In a -- :; Itk and wrote in her column: in the Armed Forces. I' ,I

dvertlsement In the' paperp.o1de and thereby too late to qualifyfor unique column which made its "When you read this I shall Registration is to begin August 30 and extend for U; ,II r:

e \ for the election of a Mayor Wall voting: In the September 14 first 'appearance on January 7, be going westward. Florida has 20 day period. It is expected that 2.145 youths from th i,' f t, f":

In the September 14 elec- City elections. 1944. been my happy home for almost three Counties will register with the Board, whose head : '!
yor, assigned to Selective Service City Clerk Carl Johns said the Author of the column Is an enthusiastic five years and I shall get my quarters is located in Starke. Actual places of registratiotl. '

n Col. Wall has only been In Headquarters in $.. Augustine; City books will remain open In happy, life-loving ex- visit over and hurry back So are to be announced later. ( il;J.
months since 1937. ,where he served the school marm who adores the lit- ... with a prayer of thanksgiving '
,rke for 15 as State Induction City Hall until the clock Plans for Selective Service registration are as yet in 0* |
elected Starke's Mayor Officer with the rank of Ma strikes five Saturday, but after tle community of Clay Hill where and an ache In my heart at leave it Registration Boarcj' '
was but expected that'.the
the three R's. dear friends I shall step on complete, ,
September.. jor. Later he held the positionof that time applicants will go un she once taught ing '
Governor Cald
t entered the Insurance bus- Executive Officer under Ad- registered. pulled teeth, and administered the train. So I shall say goodbye.The "appointed by
He 1919 and left Starke jutant General Vivian Collins. hookworm treatments to her summer calls the wild, won County Receives well several months ago amj. '
in Three aspirants, James Lewis
? here derful west Is across composed of the County Clerk J ,
accept an ap- After the he small charges. awaiting
1937 to war, was separatedfrom Lucian Hazen, and H. A. Bishop, I
ntment July as State Director''ofL the service in March, 1947, Jr., have so far announced as candidates Perhaps the most unique thing the great divide." Book AllotmentAll the County Judge, and th.t'f i

rnemployment Compensation with the rank of Lieutenant Col for the City Council. Three about the column la that the author But Lura never returned. variations between Superintendent Public In a: i
Industrial Com- Lura Burgess Mohr, now Came then a lapse of four weeksIn struction shall aid in th
Florida City to be filled In (,
positions are Buttons Buttered Bis
t Lion. He was later appointedLtmin onel.As a result of being called the September election since the resides In Ponca, Nebraska, some' which readers looked In vain cults""Buddy and "Tag Along 'TooIoo"were registration and make avail i t '

of the Commission In back to active flfuty this week. 1200 miles from the communitywhich through the paper for the Clay able the public schools
of Councilmen W. M. Edwards the titles of the books received anr:
tI I Lh capacity he served until Col. Wall Is one of the three Junlus Smith, and C. A. she still represents In the Hill column. Then on May 31 by the School Board this other facilities. j' 'k" .
and Lt'KA
active militaryty OP the State Selective Service Telegraph. Her former pupils LOVE Lura wrote:
U called to Knight Mr. Brad Selectlve'Servlce Board numbet/
are Knight of last
expiring. week as part year's ,
1940. other friends and acquaintancesat "Life does play strange tricks.I /
Staff. He holds
in October of the position of stated last week that he will not panded until today many readers ford County allotment of library 18-there are 48 Boards In thij' '
member of the Chief of the Section Clay Hill, who love her equallyas have to pinch myself to find If 'W I l,
been a Manpower be candidate for reelection. trfat first thingthey .
Having a maintain It Is the books.In Stale-Is composed of three members
National Guard ,since 19- while CoL Robert G. White I.I la much ..s she loves them, write I'm asleep. I have a home and a .
brUfe Captain's comlulon Deputy Director and Robert C. August 24 Is the ,last day for her the happenings of the com read In the paper. Lura'seffervescent new name. I have someone who fact Bradford County' system or one member from eacfc: '

[Mr Wall at the held time a of entering I Lang, Jr., la State Procurement the qualification of candidates munity. Then Lura, as she person personality could not loves me dearly and who cares of 14 schools received a County It serves. Stafford L r : (

L. military duty. He was Officer. All persons who ace: nut already ally signs her news letter, weaves be confined merely to reportingthe what becomes of me. I have so somewhat delayed 1947 shipment Crews of New River represent j ,
r. _.rtiva ow registered with the City and wish their Items Into an Interesting column visits of friends and relativesshe much of everything where onceI of books worth $3,360 last Mon. Bradford County, Clarence Roberts J r

to be qualified to vote in the City interspersed with bits of phil loves life-she loves people had only my school childrenand day. The funds came from the Is the Union' County member ,

I lounty Agent McClane Warns Farmers election In September should applyat osophy, poetry, and Inspirationalquotes and she Is doing her best, throughthe God. When I reached here State Textbook Library Fund, and Clifford L. Geiger wat :

lo AndClover Seed Now the City Hall, before 5 pm., and sends It, via airmail, written word, to enable people there was no turning back had I which was supplemented by Coun- appointed from Clay County. 4 I! ;I
r Get Saturday, August 14. back to the Telegraph-a rouud to live better, more useful, wanted to. They said, 'We need ty funds. Mr. Crews manager of Carl! I

I Most pasture grass seed and per acre when ,we need It most. trip if some 2.40O miles for each !and happier lives. such as you out here and you John's feed store In Starke. was 8 t ta

seed are available now" It Is not intended that fescue news Item! Surely the Telegraph "I have made such dear friends shall not return'. So remain I charter member of the S.l.o4. "Iii'I

iser ted t County Agent T. K. Mcne will replace White Dutch Clover Rotary Speaker fan lay claim to the unique honorof through this column and I rejoice shall.! Armv Enlists Six tlve Service Board when It tint I .

today "and farmers should which may be planted on pastures having the most "long distance when I have a letter saying Lura Burgess as the result of a formed in 1940. He served on the*, ;,

ke arrangements for planting already sodded or on new pasture Correspondent" In the United they have tried my strawberry whirlwind romance, had become Board contlnously until It was S : I

iteriali before a shortage deops land In October at the rate of Endorses ERP States. shortcake and that just my every Mrs. Don O. Mohr, wife of a Bradford YouthsSix dissolved In 1946. t I'' !

In any seed supplies". 4 or S pounds per acre. At least Lura was first Inspired to write day doings make their life hap prosperous undertaker and furniture Mr. Roberts, a Lake Butler .:

"Seed available at the present one ton of lime per acre is required her column because of the near pier and worthwhile." she says. dealer In Ponca, Nebraska.In businessman, was recently a can- : i

Mr. McClane added, "are for clover and Is beneficial Dr. S. deR. Dlettrich of the 'Isolation of the little communityf On one occasion Lura wrote: her new role as housewife, new enlistments of Bradford dldate for State Senator In the',/ ,

|n hlte e Dutch Clover, Ladlno, Clo- to all pastures. Lime shouldbe College of Arts and Sciences, Clay Hill, several miles east "Got up at midnight and washed Lura found little time for writing County boys marked the Starke Bradford-Union district. f f '!

Peiuacola! and Common Ba- applied to pastures at any time University of Florida, told Rotarians of U. S. 301 between Highlandand clothes just for the fun of It. Was and readers of the Telegraph Pootofflce sojourn of the Army The three members were appointed j. 'f '

r, Carpet grass, Kentucky 31 the field Is dry enough to hold here Wednesday that our Maxvllle. The settlement couldbe quite an adventure when all was thought they had seen the last recruiting service In the past two by Vivian Collins, .State I"

i tcue, and Blue Lupine. There up the spreader truck and the only chance to save the world reached only over an unpavedroad dark and quiet. I finished by two of Clay Hill news notes. Then weeks. The six enlistments supplement Director of Selective Service, who' !. '*

mi to be adquate supplies of sooner the better. Those planningto from Soviet domination Is to win that was almost ImpassableIn o'clock and went back to bed. The suddenly In mid-December of seven enlistments which noted that the peace-time draft I

seed available except possibly plant clover pastures this com support for the democratic way dry times because of the deep unusual gives test to life." 1916, the Telegraph received a were completed on July 26. would operate on a smaller scale

tnnon Bahia and Blue Lupine. ing October should get out the of life among the middle classes sand, and equally as bad during Although It Is doubtful If many letter from Lura, evidently: Inspired All told, ten boys have left that the war time draft. The 103 i I

wefer prices are almost, cer- lime at the earliest possible timeIn of Europe.A wet periods because of low places women readers followed Lura's by nostalgia and a yearning Starks to serve the colors In various war-time number of State draft i IboardI'l.

n to be higher later on." order for It to "sweeten" the Hungarian by birth Dr: Diet through ponds and across branch. suggestion In this particular Instance to revisit the old scenes at branches of Army service U reduced to 48 for the
Laura felt that Clay Hill need- dozens, from all parts of Clay Hill during the Christmas I
soil prior to'planting. trlch came to this country 20( es during the past two weeks. Sched- peace-time Selective Service. I
I hording to the County Agent, Bitter Blue Lupine seed will be years ago and is thoroughly: sole ed a closer connection with the Florida and other states, too, season. Wrote she: uled to leave next Monday are r.
a] plantings of Kentucky 31 scarce this fall and Mr McClane on the American way of life. lie outside world. On one of her Sat- have written asking for her apron 'Twill soon be Christmas time William I.. Frisbee of Mldrtleburg Said Mr. Collins "The 1948 i i

cue: seeded last fall showed urges all growers to make arrangements stressed however, that we, must urday visits to Starke ehe pre- pattern which she describes" as ngaln and my thoughts turn to and Henry J. Oottberg of Starke, peace-time' '; draft' will\ be aperated ,
inferable promise furnishing for seed at once. Prices sell the peoples of Western Europeon sented her views to the editorof "very smart and takes only one last year and my Christmas entertainment both: of whom. Joined the Air on ;greatly reduced;: fromdhr' f '.I

.Zing; from Dec. 1 to,May 15. will 'vary from 4 1-2 to 7 cpe. the advantages of democracyIn the Telegraph. He agreed. Thu yard of material". She/Is glad to at Clay Hill.. I know "Of,, ..,:..OtbVrrs leaving Monday % warwtiute'attvIty.- of Ii ,
grass grew fine during'the ..-t 1>ound.- order te keep them from 1I'0lng was the Clay Hill column born.", render this service without: any the holly tree stand proudly a- Are Malt.. 'M.. lbeh. Starke who BOObdr2M'pei'month( *. fur I I .
Blue Originally containing only trivial charge what.Of'ver-1ust wants to long the fence rows. I can see i I ntah.ddurizg.thewar\ :: It.Is) nowestimated f""'
ter but has gone back during Prices for Sweet Lupine Communist. For this reason lie Joined the Infantry, and Gene .'
bits of concerning the be helpful and make new friends. the,winding, sandy road, and I ,,,. that our State quota Ii.I
dimmer except In shady spots. seed are not available at presentbut urged all-out support of the Eur- news Andrews from Lake Butler, ;who "
of, Clay Hill Lura's lift was not always con- know that Clay Hill basks In will be around' 400( per month. L.j .41 I
u seed should be planted dur- are expected to be In the opean Recovery" Plan. comings and goings rhone the Engineers.
: September at the rate of 10 neighborhood of 10 c per pound. He stated that there Is no people Lura's column has ex- fined to the narrow limits of (Continued on pave eight) Two Starke men who left for But registration cQme's before t f I
nil Judgby This from October doubt about Russia's desire for --- draft, and all men from 13 fr l 1 h
or more per acre. -I crop grows service Monday\ August 9, were
: our results last year It Is to May. and may be grazed by world' domination, and that the Football Lawrence W. Batten, who pickedthe through 23 years of age will be II J11'I L\
It adapted to most Bradford I livestock. Bitter Blue Lupine l la I'I Western ,nations cannot afford to Tornado PracticeBeginsNext Monday; Armored Force, and James required to register during a 20 i!J,

My soils and will give excel- I cover crop only and furnishesno yield one Iota to Russia In Western 1948 Schedule Presents Chance To Level ScoresBradford I II. 'Oasnett, now In the Air Force. day period beginning August 30.Although !j' !! I !t'.
certain classifications of
t grazing for at least one cow grazing. Europe, even at the risk of ,
Four Bradford Countlans who World War II veterans are ex- [ ,

war.Dr.. Dlettrlch was Introducedby High School Tornadoes players to turn out next Monday.In be buttressed by others who left Monday, August 2, for service empt from the draft, no male 9 'f jt .

brmer Starkite Anne Livingston, Lex Green.RonnieDonnie. will began football practice next shorts at 4:00: p.m. to begin "showed promise" during the are: Is exempt from registration After t j 'I,f I I

R ; Monday\ August 16. light practice workout. The boys spring practice. Ronald M. Orlffls.. Starke En- registration, the draft board r
ads Meat Protest ton Lead 'I
ecre The football schedule em- are to meet at Bradford ball park.
new "
all letter gineers. J
men, expected will determine the status of the ',:4 ,
South Florida Plans Program Here Store bodies 10 tough games six of "If enough boys are available, back for ball this year are Qlynn Frank W Rosser, Jr., StarkeU. Individual t'' (l ; ,

To Present Gifts which are scheduled for Brad- we'll have two practice sessions Conner, Drew Reddish, Paul Car- S. A. F. The law requires the registration '
ot Starkltes rate notice "Adults as well" as children, ford ball park. I
many dally Coach Hobbs said. "We'llhave ter, O. W. Teston, Vernon Cros- at ,I'
Babies Ezekiel L. Parrtsh. Starke, En- all male persona who 'J
!the press wire services but need plav," says Anne Livingstonof Welcoming New BHS Coach J.C. Hobbs Issued to practice In shorts until by, and Pete Sapp. Three centers, gineers. have reached the 18th an niver- 'ft ftaary ,, ;
least one formerly from these the National Recreation Association. this week for all Interested 1, of
a call boy September since a ruling all letter men, expected to play of the who .
All babies born In Shadycrest Charles J. Hardenbrook, Starke, blrthdale and 'I
fa made news this week.She "The wiser leader will Hospital will receive a welcominggift In backfield, center or the State High School Athletic again are Dan Priest, George Roberts Engineers.: have not reached the 28th annl- f I

Is Mrs. H. Tolbert Black 'start his adult parties with an If their parents will register kicking positions to come out Association bars the use of uniforms and Lewis flames Two Recruiting Sgt. Curren M. PottsIs veraary of their blrthdate exceptfor i

Wife of Lakeland's munlcl- activity"which Is simple but not I them with the Ronnle-Donnl next Monday for the first prac- until then," he commented." returning guard letter men are located In the Starke Post- members of the ACTIVE ., I

I tude! who will be remem- childish. Store, the proprietors of the store tice. The other positions on the "It may seem that we're beginning Kenneth" Grlder and Carl Ed office every Monday between the armed service. ;

ed In Starke as Miss Estelle Manv other activities and methods announced this week. The business team will begin practice on the practice 'early, but the wards Letter men tackles coming hours of 8 am. and 12 noon to Persons who were born on or I

ndri3 duushter of Mr. and of the "wise" recreation lead- handlee children.' clothing and following Monday, August 23. first game Is only six weeks off," out are Francis Parkhurst, Jack enlist" men In all branches of the after September 19. 1930 will regIster I{ I'I

T. N Kendrick. | cr will be demonstrated by Mrs. gifts-. Hopes are high for a successful he said. Walnwrlght, Owen Mills, and Army or Air Force. His head- on the day they attain their J I ;

Froat an August 9 Associated Livingston In her Recreation Leadership The offer became effective August 19 IS football season, but BHS The 1918 football schedule Indicates Spencer Crews. Letter men ends ouarted are In the Jacksonville 18th birthday anniversary, or I ,
'81 cunning\ It that Training Institute to start two opponents are no pushovers this out sre James Phillips and George Postofftce !* .
I building
appears 1, and already young- a full three 'months for within five. days, thereafter. ,
BUck! Is a leader In the [: at Starke on August 23. Herself a sters have received tokens of wel- year. Although BHS was dogged Winkler. .. '
e'and' 'skilled musician and recreation last by injuries, bad :weather, the BuS team:f The 20 day registration period fallows ,
drive to halt"the upward come. The children were twins, year Those who "showed promise"I, I Softball Rained Out for ,
"d of meat prices The Laked leader of wide experience, she has Donnie Edwin and Martha Ray and the loss of several dependable Sep 21 Newberry Here during the Spring practice are ; to registration according $
'd -s have picketed Lake- trained hundreds of leaders of Grogan. born August 3 in Shady- players during the season, Oct. Seabreeze (DaytonaThere! backs Jack Hazen. Ovid Bennett, More Games On Tap age groups, with the eldest (. l f r
registering first.
'd's meat markets with adult recreation In Institute classes. Mr. and It did end up with some terrificdefeats. Donald Bennett Marvin Warren ; Registration will l I"
signs ''
rrest. Their parents are Oct. Pal tka There At Bradford Park be In this: order:
b M 'Leave As a specialist in recreation And this season's schedule "nd James I
the pls-s In clover Mrs. J., R. Grogan of Keystone Oct. 15 Gainesville Here Prevatt; two guards,
'Ie for the National has only two changes from August 30 persons born In the t 1
I We put this over." leadership training Heights. Oct. 22 Monticello There Carl Lamar Johns and Dan Wain- Old man weather has broughtthe
telephoned meat buyers toP Livingston has conducted classes Virgie Flynn operate the Ronnie- Again scheduled Is Palatka, who Nov. 5 St. Leo (Dade City) There center Bunt Crews; and ends Leslie temporary halt but hopes are 'I I ,j..
A'vay from meat counters. for leaders of children, teen-agers, Donnie Store.lIouseho1d. tromped BHS 35-0 last year. Alsoon Nov. 12 Lake Butler Here Phillips and Fay Durban. high that the rain lets up enoughto August 31, or September 1. ; i')

.. Blurk said names In shout servicemen, and adults in recreation tap Is Lake City, who disgraced Nov. 19 Lake City Here "These are not all the boys out permit scheduled clashes to persons born In the year 1923. ,

'') Wirds of the telephone dlrec- departments schools, churches Novelty the Tornadoes with a 47-0 Nov. 24 Green Cove Springs Here for ball, and most certainly not take place. September 2, or September 3, ,
hid been called. ,* service centers youth agenoles. rout. There Is plenty of opportunity all of those Interested In comingout Every Softball game scheduled persons born In the year 1924. I

I Cenerally, Mrs. Black noted. and many types of local Newly Marketed HereR. for revenge in the 1048 Coach Hobbs said that the 1918 ," said Coach Hobbs "But for the month of August has so September 4, or September 7, f ypersons
pen,. had been good. She said c rganlzatlons. schedule, especially since BHS I Lt material shows good prospects of they are the ones we know about, far been rained out, although It born In the year 1925. I
DIIlv ooposltlon( to the pic- This Training Institute Is being A. Nettles, local Craftsman, still In the Suwanne Conference. an excellent team. Expected out and from them we're Judging the was not known at press time If September 8. or September 9,
In, came from about six wo- onsnred jointly by the National Is this week placing on the mar Coach Hobbs asked all the back for football again this year coming season." the Thursday, August 12, game persona born In the year 1928.I I J;a!,; J' I
Thread September 10
and ",'Ve think these women Recreation Association and Interested ket his cedar Folding fIeld. center, and kicking position are many letter men, who ,will "And It looks good." he said between Biggs &: Baker and the or September 11, | ; ''W''
household novelty persons born in the '
lv.s of butcher' Starkltes. Leaders In Rack a handy -- Lions Club was played. year 1927: '*I
The T. M. that conveniently holds 12 spool September 13.. or Seotembor___ n,, .fl( ::1 I I '.t
Iceland ladies will con tin- narent-teacher associations, when Saturdav Recent BirthsMr. Other games on tap In the near bornIn nn -- I I '
In place Night Veterans Must persons the
"' drive all week Mrs. Black C. A'., Y. )0(. C. A's. churches of thread neatly future are: Y.r1928. P I I' 4

d .nd other local institutions, will when closed and Instantly available Square Dancing and Mrs. Lonzy Rhoden Complete Form Saturday, August 14, Coca- I persons September born IS.In: the September year 1929.'16, :: i :\
open. .11'
:o'a There'5 doln one former Starkite find games for annual for adults meetings for, ban-hol The housewife who has one of Featured In Hall Starke, a daughter, Peggy Marie To Get GI Pay Cola vs Rosier Gas 17 September 1 T,_ or September 18. I'f" .. ,
quell Tuesday August National
? something: about these racks in her sewing cabInet born July 27. persons born In the year 1930 "
!1" and fun
Prien.oUC. Idays picnics family Guard and Baker
about locating Round and square dancing the Veterans ,who are In trainingand vs Biggs before September ,
Anne Living'" need never worry Recent births at Shadycrest 19, 1930. \
nights, taught by the right spool of thresd old-fashioned kind. Is featured Hospital are: receiving! subsistence allow- Thursday August 19, Rosier A meeting of the local board !

., P ,,1 Wagon ston In a play way at the ,which Instl- at the right time. The novelty everY Sat. night at the American Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Tyson ance will not receive the allowance Gas vs Lions Club WM scheduled for yesterday, 1""r
but with variations ,
All /
ute. at
I 'l Ideal gift for the wifeor Lesion Hall when "Uncle OU"and unless they have completedVA games begin : p m. (Thursday) afternoon In order to, ,
makes an
Grlffls of Curtis r
City Money will make them adaptable to each Lawtey. a son In Bradford ball'park., located :n",
mother at any time. his Florida Troubadours .wllta'out | form 7-9083. the VeteranaAdmlni.tratlon permit election of a chairman. /1
Allen born July 31. ,
Individual organization's party back of BUS. There Is admission
no -
the works Including announced this Results of
Service Mr. Nettles states that the with all the meeting were un. I !
theme. Classes will be held each and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Barton, charge, but a collection Is known F'
will retail for around SI.SO. the flddllnv. the calling, at press time. I:
jrke's night for a week beginning August racks excitIng Starke, a son, Kenneth Ray, born week.Unless taken to benefit the Lighting .jii
., police patrol wagon stamping that makes for an the form Is completedand ; I

ntUa1ty-l money pay last for month and Will contact 23. Mrs.For further Ruby Johns information at her County Books Open time. August Mr. and 2.. Mrs. Clifford Redding sent to the VA, subsistence Fund Buddy Bishop Runs i ,f[, : j
allowances AugustIS.
well stop
That Uncle Ott and his boy. are ,
Was beauty shop.Rosser Wilson of Starke. A4daughter, Hazen AnnouncesFor For City CouncilH. 'I
I Oe revealed thU week registration books are eec ..fttt-B: tf.
City Hall ;, County known In north Florida, since they Sherrel Elaine, born Aug. 4. l-ll

!lie for..the wagon'when first operating month In Air Fore open remain at open the Courthouse through August and will 31 I are presently broadcasting four Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dean Wat-I The 7-9083 Veterans Is a Trainee Administrationform Status City Council Telephone. A. Bishop.Co.,. Jr.announced. of the Starke Tuts- I') f c1,1

llvered. figured up. The maria Jr. of Frank the Supervisor of Registration reminded I different radio programs. They dree of Penny Farms, a lIOn, Robert Report and must be completed Lucian Hazen announced Monday day hie candidacy for the office I;" "..1
1. and to the City on Ju"onth's Frank Rosser Starke. Joined the the public this week began their Starke dances last Joseph, born Aug. 3. and signed by both the veteran that he Is a candidate for of City Councilman in the City \" I j

I the the operation Rosier, Sr.. of July 2. and is After August, the books will Saturday, and the dances will I Mr.' and Mrs. Jack Ernest Lucas and the trainer.'The VA Regional! City Councilman In the City Election Election: of Sept. 14. ; 14'.
r City the $35. Previous to Army Air at Lackland Air Force be sent to the precincts for further continue to be a Saturday night I of MaxviUe. a lIOn Jack pary, office has sent a second requestand of Sept. 14. Mr Bishop u a lifelong resi Ii:

!* Dad patrol waeon. the stationed Antonio. Texas. The registration. 'born Aug. 5. blank form 7-9083 to each In making his announcementMr. dent of Starke and .. a veteran .' ,,I I
for three policemen S2. Base In San he finds Army All Bradford County residentswho feature. I Mr. and Mrs. George Ervln Robinson veteran now In training who fail- Hazen pledged himself to of World War IL I : ;
the We of their autott youth reports that as bad as I have not yet qualified to The affairs are held to benefit .of Ralford, a daughter, ed to answer their first request.But practice economy In city affairs: In making his announcement "' 1
life not "half County are urged to Legion Poet M. They begin at born 5. to keep the city abreast with the he stated ::1
be" that he vote in the Alice Marie, Aug. If the request U not answered : "I will not be partial .I
vea would ;
lot of time and thought It Registration can be Saturday In the times, and to do all In his power. to any I ,
hat now. 8:00: every Russell group, '
barracks with register pm. I Mr and Mrs. Grogan returned. person or faction.. ".
among the police force lives In comfortable In the office of the and the form not If elected, to get a dollar's) worthof and I shall ,
City and that he U accomplished Legion Han. located on west Call of Keystone Heights twins, son, endeavor to do what !
l Clerk Carl John con 59 other men: of Registration on subsistence: ceases as of August service ,and government for I believe Is ,
tel thla In absorbing the Supervisor Street. Admission U 73: cents stagor Donnie Edwin, and daughter, ){*- the honest thing to r.1. ; j'

..there a vehicle.Week-..and) "Nw they knoW they, Air now Force's engaged 13-week basic train Tuesday.each week.Thursday and Saturdayof $1.25 per couple. tha Ray born August 3. 13. every tax dollar spent. do at all times." t if

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: PAGE TWO J. M. Bradley. with Mr. and
'i 1 -. -- .- e e e. e e e father. Lightening struck a pecan Wells Joyce Williams, Pete Sapp I Patsy Dobbs of Macclenny, Bet- Saturday btra R.u kar'
: ': I tree at Uncle Bud and Aunt and Owen Alvarez. ty Jean Starling of Jacksonville; Mrs. C. D. Sellers Visitors a8 lit

1 Bradford County Telegraph Dull Day Clay Hill Hattie Mosleys'. It struck the BIRTHDAY PARTY and Owen Alvarez of Starke visited Mrs. J. W. Higclon 11
same tree twice before I under- Mrs. E. Blume honored her Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Dobbs ville. Sarah Of *.
f:'r ESTABLISHED 1877 [. L. MATTHEWS. OwN.n-CPiTOH ItemsBy By Lura Burgess Mohr stand. Dla Mae Johns says all daughter Janice, with a partyat last week. Kenneth Dobbs return dale, who had Rivers been of Al

'f .... Entered aa Heoostd Poses, Nebr.'heftln are fine over in her neighbor- their, home Wednesday after- ed home with Owen Alvarez and and Mrs. Sellers Vlatlbl
Pnbltoh4. Every Friday n. O. Davis
Office at Starke, FU. e e e e. e e hood. At Highland Richard and noon August 4. The occasionwas Noland Dobbs with Patsy Dobbs sonvllle with Mr Went 10
,{\ Claaa Matter' the .- --- --- In the and 10111.
\\ I enjoy the golden summer Earl Mosley are the little honoree's birthday as their guests this week. don.to be their guest

; :: t : MEMBER 1948 "Life Is but a desert. Heaven and. let Life slide gently by pulpwood baby mill.is seven Richard months and Bernice's old- anniversary varicolored and 8 cake tapers that toppedthe cen- Little Celia came Manu Tuesday of of Jacksonville last- as Mr.their and guests Mrs, R S. 11oo1,
knowing day past can nev- Sunday
la my home. now and Is very sweet. Bernice I. tered the dining room table. week to visit her grand-parents Mra. Eugene 11
For Six Months out return. hrsYIIi
IM er
$ does hymnal bring
Subscription $3.50 Annually Is busy these days. Card from Summer flowers In pastel shades Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Sprlngfellow. lIOn, Barry, ot and
"I" the fear and tolls! the drudgeryand One shining summer hour can Harry Mosley and wife of Zephyr. I were effectively placed to balancethe P. S. Craws visited J. B. CrewsIn Mr and Mrs JackllOnl111t B, L
of lot. For
our Jo
unhappiness holdA hills that the new baby boy 'and I decorative motif. In appropriate Lake Butler Sunday. lion, Gene, of
HELP YOUR MERCHANT HELP YOU life Is a bare, hot, and hardly treasury of living gold; mother are doing fine. They have contests Patsy Kucera. Mrs. Martin Griner and sons, guests of Mr. Canlonment and

This is the eighth and final week of the Trade At Home bearable after death desert la a, cool and cellar the world filled Bright buttercups and cowslipscool named the baby Charles Harry.He I Nancy Bates, and Betty Lou Lin- Martin, III and Harold, of Jacksonville Robinson Monday \
weighed T lb., 4 oz. Margar- Additional were visitors of Mr. and
the Telegraph by fifty cooperatingStarke zy won prizes. young
conducted in with barrels of sweet wine and
Campaign Although the campaign itself is closing the musical wanderings of perfect. Crowing beside a dappled pool, ette Mosley's boss In Miami has I friends who enjoyed this cele- Mrs. M. E. Griner last week. CARD OF Til u 9
merchants. two month Centers of daisies butterflies, been on a vacation and left thingsIn bration were Betty Bradley of En route from Blowing Rock, We wish to
learned during this instruments. : express
it is believed that the lessons A yellow finch with darting the office to Margarette. She Starke, Frances Caldwell Ripper N. C., where he and Mrs. Bou- thanks to all who oar
period will not soon be forgotten by local consumers and that "Life Is but a desert, HeavenIs eyes had to get out the analysis report Murray, Jean, Richard and Mary vier are vacationing, to visit Mr. and understanding were *
j they will continue throughout the years the Buy At Home my home." And over all the gleaming sun and total things and has been Dugger. Following the openingof and Mrs. Cecil McRae In Mclntosh. -, cent bereavement dUrinr "

habits acquired during the past eight weeks. Yes life Is the tired floyeh) arisIng Golden, golden till day Is done. very busy. She is also sewing and the gifts Ice cream and cake :J. A. Bou
i In the course of a campaign of this nature, much is each morning before day In -Louise Dracy. getting ready for the September were served. I his home here. I nurses at the Shaclycreal cIocto;
of order to begin again the tiresome wedding of hers. Mrs. Carson Scott of Gainesville
habits of the people a community Edwin
? I'-irned about the shopping merchandising habits of its business tale of the day before. Life Is a The golden summer has a few Griffis kept the pinafore I sent, Mrs. John W., Murray, Jr., and I came Saturday to spend the week tal.Mrs.. Pate Cassett
: as well as the burden of filth and heat, pain pore weeks. Here the summer and had to alter the waist a few children moved last Thursday to and r

"' n.en. and torture, hate and hated. But has been perfect. Every day or Inches. I was glad. She sent mea "! their home In Charleston S. C.
At the beginning of the campaign we were struck by way up yonder Is cleanliness and to' we have a nice rain. Never beautiful dress pattern to make Mr. and Mrs. Milo Seigler of

the exceedingly large number of out of town shoppers a- coolnena, peace and comfort, and have we had a storm so far. In myself another dress. Hazel went Tallahassee. Fla., were guests of iTMv&eTo

d r-ong the people of Starke. Of course, some of these could not everlasting love. tome places they had hall that visiting her Aunt Elsie In Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whitfield S

F f'nd the particular article needed in local marts, while others "Life III but a desert Heaven Is "Ulned crops. The only menace we sonville. from Friday until Sunday
my home" have now are grasshoppers. Income Here In. a thought The truly Miss Norma Jean Dobbs has

t ,,1' dd: not even try. that merchant in Starke would Those words of the hymn are a places they are very des wise" and they who love NOT been visiting relatives In Jack Transfer & Storage
We are quite sure any throwback of 700 years. They tructive. There are quite a few others. liven unblent.' sonville this week. Co.
tt rder any article needed, if obtainable, upon request. We are tprlng from middle Europe duringthe 'n my garden, but they do not HELPFUL HINTS: Use pliers Mr. and Mrs. W. J. ,Lang and

equally sure that they would stock any line of merchandise Middle Ages when most men teem to be hurting anything. The or tweezers to remove pinfeathers family of Lake Worth and Mrs AGENT FOR DELCHER BROS.
p if there is a sufficient demand for it. They cannot affordto were serfs 'slaves, In our terms 'title wren wJh( Its nest on the from poultry. Nail polish remover Isabel Edwards of Jacksonvillewere .

carry goods for which they receive few if any calls. serving under masters who con- 'Sack of the house has young will clean small dubs of paint guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mhr1nq tad Phone 9105

If the out of town shopper counts his time, gas, oil, and tldered them little more than ''lrds now. I can hear them mak- from your hands. Let the pressure C. Wallace Sunday. Patty and

4 ; wear and tear on the car, we do not believe he can show a dogs. Those words spring from a ng a noise when they are fed. J..I foot of your sewing machine downon Mary Lang remained for a longer We Operate Local and Long J
'i :fown-trodden people whose only had fried chicken for dinner Sun- of visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace.Mr. .
cloth when
saving by travelling to other towns to do his shopping. a piece scrap &Ira" tance. Also Hauling Anyher l
that the local merchant contributes most hope was the Catholic churchmoving fay He was so fat and tender.t doing sewing. This helps to keep and Mrs. H. O. Davis, Jr., !
It is also true Starke City Limits.
: services well ash amongst them and sooth- was one of the roosters I the tension right and takes up of Starke were dinner guests of
r of the taxes which support municipal as 'ng their wounds and alsed. I Just have four now In
promisingthat any excess oil. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North Sun-
j contributing time and money to every civic project. We often 'he coop. The dogs are both fine. Mrs. Cox of Miami makes good day. SEE US FIRST -

1'4:4 see the names of some of the most persistent out of town "Life Is but a desert Heaven Is ( take them for a little walk cornbread. Here Is the way she Spencer Crews spent this week

shoppers on the list of committees soliciting funds from my home." 'very morning about nine thirty. makes It: Beat 3 eggs add 1-2 with Pete Sapp at Long Bridge.

l business men for some special project. No part of the money But when the Catholic church take them through the park cup melted margerlne or fat, :2 Mrs. E. O. Deitrich and Misses (

l+' spent in other towns comes back to Starke to help build and no longer gave aid and comfort town to the store to see Don. cups flour, 1 cup cornmeal, 2 tap Carlotta and Noretta Deitrich of e.

improve the community. but rather became part and par- They both enjoy the walk. Jiggs baking powder, 1 tsp salt; 1-" Tampa were visitors of Mr. and

+ $ Volume is"a contributing factor to lower prices, whether ?el of the oppression-when It beam 's growing fast. Soon he will be cup sugar and one cup of milk. Mrs. J. R. Parker this week.
h it be wholesale or retail. The business man's fixed overhead '! rich and fat, proud and ible to get Digger down :when Make batter thin. You can mix Roger Wells of Jacksonvillewas iH PEffSQ

.a I charges remain at the same approximate level whether he haughty-it no longer gave the 'hey wrestle. It Is fun to watch these Ingredients as you always the guest of Mr. and Mrs.J. .
comfort and of before. 'hem play. Don has a funeral at make C. Wallace Sunday. '
who peace Then cornbread and bake In 8 5KJ'ij1
qt; serves one or fifty customers. Likewise, the merchant flame the Protestant Reformation 411en this morning and will h" 'C 9 well greased 30 minutes are visiting their brother-in-law *. : '
r can turn his stock from four to six times a year can make -the anti-Baptists (today's Bap- home for a late dinner. 'n oven about 400 pan degrees. Jimmie and Irma Jean Godwin .x. r

more profit at a lower mark-up than if he turns it two to 'late), the Lutherans the Presbyterians My eldest slater and her husband I am sure every one of us en- and sister Mr. and Mrs. L. W. f
1 + f' four times, and will have less obsolete stock left on his hands)!. the Calvinists and In Indiana are building 0 oved our editor's vacation on Fleming In Orlando. ,

due to changing styles or newer products coming on the much later, the Methodists. ew home. I am building with Odlunds Island with him. I dovish During the week Mrs. Leslie ffiBa.%

r market. The number of customers is the key to larger stock But we still sing the words of hem In mind and spirit and ire he would go again next year. Bradley and baby son Johnny, V ARTIST
better and lower price schedules. I lolclng for them. of Orlando visited Mr. and Mrs.
turnover, goods, the hymn-we never forget the Even though we cannot get awav "t'rrtTdrAas
1.4 t By trading at home with your local merchant you aid)I message. Even the Scripture car At Clay Hill all are fine. Lue for a vacation In spirit we can

9 him in giving you newer, fresher goods, later styles and ries the meaning when It sooths 'la Austin writes they had a nice go with those who do. I had some

nodels, and make lower prices possible to you. us with Its message, "This too rain Saturday.. They are havingmeetings (rood laughs over Gene's adven- EXPERTSERVICE

If Starke is a good place to live, it should be a good shall pass away". And it simply at the Clay Hill church. tures. I am already planning my

place to shop. If you want a better place to live, and a better means that beyond our present They ro thru.enJoy Mrs wring Fanny the new road Dick up work for ,:winter J adlo )
1 p'ace to shop, then continue to buy at home. trials and tribulations Is another end family are fine. Nice letter think I will start mv: quilt. I
Remember the lesson learned during the Trade At world-one without the troubles have to finish my pillow cases. +" t
i I 'rom Dorothy, and she Is considering ,rra"h-oki'/AWefis
and of Life Is so wonderful If !Is
pains the present. one
lP I",me Campaign and every time you are tempted to go on The Communists, who have : going 1 to Baldwin to busy planning things and have

out-of-town: shopping spree !stop and think it over! shown such a high disrespect lorinythlng school. Harrison Mosleys have hobbles. I am gloriously happy WITH HIS AU STd
'Inlshed getting In the fodder.
these summer days. God bless
spiritual, have another you
CENTER::; CUTS ,"S. NECK BONES ohrase for the concept of "Heaven They: have set out two big bed. all. Love LURA STAGE SHOW
of strawberries and
Is my home". The Communist seven bedsof Stag ShW .l-:3t3).-7>30--9:30
; +d Why are meat prices so high? It is anybody's'guess, .doctrine holds no hope for the sweet potatoes. They have peas I" .

1 brt last week a butcher in Woodlawn Ala., sat down and hereafter and it laughs and says: now to eat. Shirley Mosley's fa. : State Far Tues.WednThurs..

i b wrote a letter to the Birmingham (Ala.) News advancing "You'll' get pie In the sky bye her had to move his house out 'i AUGUST 17.18.19
Ms of the way of the new road. Sun-
theory: and bye. By Mrs. Bryan Whltflel'"
: a "Ladies, I wish you would stop talking about the high Thus do the modern atheists day Clarence end wife visited his Chas. C. Jfl), Al.-SCTMA ANracMeii

prices of meat until you are ready to help bring them down. ridicule the Christian doctrine of *
During the depression you were glad to get the cheaper cuts the hereafter. often we forget that legislatingIs SERIES OF PARTIESA ShepherdAt '
the function of the people and group of attractive
ti of meatbut I can't sell them. Today we seem to have struck Junior PALACE JACKSONVILLE
now even -
r we tend to let the power ofta, t visitors was the Inspiration of Gay's Service Station ,
sort of
andarewl11lng some happy medium be-
"You want center cuts of pork chops to
vital branch of our government festivities during the past week:
pay'10 to 15c a pound more for them. You pay $1 to $1.10 tween the pull of the flesh--and slip. We can thank our stars Wednesday evening Betty Wil-

1i a pound for center cuts of ham because you won't buy the the lean pull of the spirit. Some of that our elected representative! liams was hostess at a peanu'

end ,cuts that I am glad to trim up for you for 57 to 69c a us too far yet. either In one are still responsible to18, and boiling at her home. Thursday-
or another.
pound.. They are just as tender have as much flavor, way called "Christian"Although we are us alone. Patsy Kucera entertained at o

are actually leaner (after I have trimmed them), but your have a pointed out nation that pastors less It's much better to aim for matinee party at the Florida The- the JobToday's
what we want and try to achieveIt ater In Starke. And Refreshment on
i husband makes too much money for you to use them. than half the people of the U. S Saturday
than to be sorry later. night Peggy Caldwell's .
"A barbecued lamb shoulder or shoulder chops are deli- participate In any church.. And tacky party
: But the main thing right now In the Club Rooms afforded
cious, but no, you would rather pay from 20 to 30c a pound many of the staunchest Christians
Is to find out whether merriment.
we will Those who
more for a leg or loin chops. The fat that your children need consider their, religion as a life were thus
I$ be on the "yea" or "nay" side complimented were Mary Eliza- Trend Indus
for normal, healthy growth is going into the tallow basket preserver "Just In case", when the "battle of the ranges"Is beth Pringle, Wynnette Goodman in
for 8c a pound and you are paying for It with higher prices. Part of the apathy of our people fought In Tallahassee Joan and Nancy Mynihan, MaryCOMPARE
"You won't take advice from your butcher. You are in toward the Christian church may .

t a rut and won't try anything new, so we are getting out of be caused by the feeling that
the church Is convention of
the habit of suggesting things. We sure are tired of hearing saints. It would a perhaps help a b

g, you complain about tough meats. If you take the toughest bit If we Ingrained the thought v

piece of meat and rub it well with any citrus' fruit, leaveit that It Is rather a hospital for

1i' in the frigerator overnight, then slow-cook it, you will sinners.

be delighted with its tenderness and flavor Not many men are sinless .

"Practically all of you are very sweet and I do enjoy There Is a great appeal, therefore e'

serving you, but I am trying to bring high prices'down by to the* belief of an easier 1 F

cutting my meat with as little waste as possible. Won't you I afterworld. It certainly does help .z

, J a cooperate? I must pay these high prices too, and I don't I to ease us over the pain of this
one, ,and thus the Communists
make much
R as money as you do.
Nf C f have reason to rldlcle the be-
? Of course, this H just one contributing factor in the
lief. For their "revolution" of the
}K.gh: price of meat, but there is a lot of truth in the Wood- common man can never be e- a

J:.wn butcher's letter. lie voices the same sentiments as thieved If the man believes In an 4
're expressed! by number of Starke butchers when in- SERVE ,
t a easier afterlife--that Is his safety .. YouRSElf ..fwI
", t 'rviewcd by the Telegraph several months ago. They stated Valve.

tlat in spite' of high prices, customers were persisting in And It Is a nice safety device
b lying such luxuries as sliced boiled ham at $1.20 a pound. for although. !life Is not a desert i DuoTherm'sBIG I !

while ignoring wholesome and tasty items like neck bones at It's rood to think when we have

I.1"aund. and pig tails at 30c. troubles that "Tills too shall pass'

.-0 if you are a center cut addict, don't complain about away" Hepplewhite Heater W

hi"h! prices-just charge the expense up to your own luxury-
l'-'ing tastt-j. But if you can bo satisfied: with cuts that are 1 feel certain that a I
settle fencing law will be passedby
4 ti+ :ty and nourishing, though not so glamorous, you can the 1919 Legislature dlspite with other fuel oil ,
,U11 be well bud- any heater!
j fed and at the same time keep within your continuing opposition. Democratic a.

&'..t. nominee for Governor Fuller
Compare) It for ECONOMY r t,
Warren told a Sarasota audience
I last Sunday.. You get fuel savings of up to 1 full gallon of oil .

g4 Phone 52JMrs. 1 1 1We Mr.'arrt'n seems fairly sure out of every 4 with Duo-Therm's exclusive Power-
ei Dt
t +Y Y SIEaV1CE HartmannVOLIOW that Florida will have a closed Air Blower. You gel mart btatjrom every drop tj til yr .

f'.4 wu T Me STOftK range In the very near future because the Duo-Therm Kepplewhice is built aroundan Tv'r
And although there may b* amazing fuel-miser burner. The Hepplewhite
some question as to whether the ha special built-in Waete
-Stopper, too, that gets
I. range will be open or cloned next more heal into your home keeps heat from
Wish To Announce year, there Is no doubt at'at'
flying up the flue!
but that a bill will be offered to

The Opening fence Florida's cattle. Compare) It for COMFORT! s
1 1i1 And my question Is this-Just e
You get gentle waves of warm air circulating evenly ..ii
how does Bradford County Intendto
ofCOLONIAL vote on the Issue, and how from>> floor to ceiling no cold corners no ,
will Bradford County finally cold floors. Fingertip Control Dial makes it easyas

TLO.QISTNOVA vote? tuning a radio to get just the heat you want! A $ + .

This column suggested last Compare H for BEAUTY
week that the County, or its
STREET. STABKK. FLA. State representatives, make some You get fine period furniture styling. The Hcpple-

st expression on the matter. So far, white ktMMtifitt your home .t it bag ill Come ia. .

) At An Early Date no comment has been made. Me the Duo-Therm Hepplewhiie Heater today at-

BoUed down Into cold logic,

t t .' s.- ;ait ..".(.. I.I.tjllt'. t there can only be three expressions Do Your Heater Planning Now! OSs
Either a man wants the
i cows fenced or he wants them {.
;: Watch For Our left to roam or he wants the AUGUST 15 ALL HEATERS WILL

1 I Opening Date County present choice system to remain.Or of Individual. INCREASE IN PRICE BUY NOW! .t ..s

maybe we can leave It to USE OUR BUDGET PLAN

,_I, chance and hope that some last .
minute compromise will be madeIn
rf 1 To Be 0Bec The Maaageowat *fMn. the 1..1 Legislature.. That WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE loruo Uses
Chstriea Schmltt In my opinion\ is the worst possible or INS COCA-COIA COMMMV I' -
222-224 Temple Ave. BOTTLING
SUrke Phone 166
seem to me that only too 0 194"1'6 (...cole



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( \ Give local merchants a chance to serve you. When volume of business increases ,

1 RIEND so will variety and quantity of stocks in local stores. 1 H:
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j & 2 a You will be rendering yourself and your friends a service by insisting that ,r,, ,' "

all loyal citizens spend their money h.i ft.!I' i !

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001?OW a.. THE SAME OLD BILL f i'

N PRQSPE I 0 WORKING FOR YOU We often hear some people say, ,.t! I., '
== '' "' "Money talks," but the old five- (i \
c I r I dollar bill in my purse doesn't say ., f 'f
; 8 I I When you buy in local stores your where it has been and what it has ""I,:
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0 i done since I paid it for groceries i\\ tat I'
money does more than get you a month or so ago. t a. 4,! I
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It was crisp new when I got II// I,I I
merchandise. It returns to to band
: O D you it from the I' of I j
'w-,.",=, :. G be used again. Spent in other towns Now it is:' limp and soiled. It has .' "t.
4 and for I
been paid again again '
( it never comes back to you. goods and service in my town. I r I
And I shall)) spend it here again. f' t
I So long as it circulates in my own f, ,
3e home-town it helps my hometown I
people. 'r i '
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is mfSsage urging the people of this community to shop in local stores is sponsored by- r l; I
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DENMARK Starke TAXI Service G. J. McGRIFF Harley F. StrongJEWELER j'; lip
Furniture Co. Phone 150, Day or Nite General) Electric Products I .'
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Supply :.t' :; ', :: : AUTSUPPLY ', ..t,,:' TYUS I
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STUMP'SDepartment ,'". ':\f-;:<.;; ,. BARKSDALE'SStore '." i-:v't. '' E. T. SHULL I .',, '4"' ,' Chas. C. SHEPHERD' :, t

Store : ,' I Plumbing & Heating Radio & Seat Covers I i i"f' 1
;*4 NEW METHOD .:" ,}.'..,.. \ '- ; i
ROBBINS I 'I i Cleaners ( ;,\i:,, ;'.*" '{*? -\',;.,," FORD SALES & SERVICE ,:
The Store of Values '(: ;"1A V. I. +
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The MILKY WAY .,. .
.. H. A. Manassa Owner ,' ; WESTERN AUTO SETZER'S SUPER STORES t '
FLORIDA BANK ::.''I' ..... Associate Store tAt \
Starke .;, } .. A &PFood .. ,." J. F. Jaudon, Owner I t I
Member F.D. I.C. ",,1 Store ; l
,"i i ..f STARLING'SGrocery ,
BRADFORDHardware i-' Dewey D. Williams, ;.,. & MarketLAWSON'S .i;
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Painting & Decorating ,,", WINKLER
Co. 1 ; '

INSURANCE .4? Ed Simpson, Jeweler .

MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET .' I Clothing for. Infants and Children %Irs. Mike Maruca HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & ; ''
Lacy Silcox, Owner .J'-',,,:. '. To 12 Years GIFT SHOP
.f' 'a mrnvsMramniuwn nnmuninii tiitmiiiiniititnrriit utw/i/ta
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We Buy and Sell Furniture .', j

S. R. JOHNS I"'j.. ) .'I. ;. J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS
-' 'i.\ Dodge Plymouth
Grocery ',\ FIRESTONEDINKIN'S rli rl- ,
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W. R. Cook & Sfln '
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Sunday gueats her son and family J. W. White and Miss Olive Ray, visitors her
\lary\ Matthews Miss Barton To Wed PTA Board Members Junior Women WSCS NoticeThe Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colson and on Lake Street. In-law, Mr. and son Mr and*. Trny daugtjltr
:, !i Agnes Meet ThursdayAt Women's Society of Chris son, of Ocala. Miss Dorothy Johns Is In Macon drews. and children ,
Elected RecentlyMrs.
S Lake Party Honoree tian Service will have its regular Mr. and Mrs. B. TV Thomas and Ga., this week visiting her'' Mr and Mrs. af MOlT!
f Dowling HomeThe and Elma and sister-in-law, Mr. and CUfford
T B. Harding, presidentof i monthly business and program daughters, Clara. Eloise of Gainesville
i! ? Pn 7th Anniversary the Parent-Teacher Association -, Junior Woman's club held meeting at the Methodist Church spent the weekend in Miami visitIng Mrs. L. J. Johns I Mitchell have tinted t-!
cele- 16, at 3:30 \ Mr. Thomas' sister and famIly Everett McKinney, a railroad li summer home
'\ Mary Agnes Matthews announces the following e- meeting last Thurs next Monday August 1 at HUg.
their monthly Mrs. H. E. Starling.Dr. Tallahassee -I ley Lake for the
I .i*I rated her aeventh birthday anT&lve lected board members for the at the Kingsley Lake p.m. Mr. and commission inspector from month of .
at the day evening and Mrs. Lemuel Colson visited his parents, Mr. Misses Thelma "U&
with a party coming year: Green
I W. E. Dowling.The
I :?ary kA home of Mrs. and
l.-'I.iKMey Lake cottage of her Membership.. Mrs. M,F. Brown; lovely home was decoratedwith left Thursday morning on a two and Mrs. A. E. McKinney, over Biggs recently spentweeks S
'J."' a'4. ...renta, Mr and Mrs E. L. Mat- r Department of Education Mrs. beautiful arrangements of Local News weeks vacation trip. the weekend. at Kingsley Lake H
!thews. Monday afternoon from W. B. Sewell; Department of dahlias and roses. A delicious Miss Elizabeth Crawford spent Mrs. S. V. Andrews has as her Biggs summer horn at tjALVAREZ' )
':30: to 5:30: o'clock. Health. Mrs. T. H. Slade: Congress salad course was served to the the weekend here ;wIth her cousin, ,
I 1 About 50 of the six and seven Publications. Mra. Frazier 26 members and guests presentby Miss Shirley Colley has taken a Mary Louise Libby. -'- --. "..
wear' olds gathered for the happyiccaMon Shaw; Hospitality, Mrs. T. K. Mc- the hostess. Mrs. W.E. Plum- position in secretarial work for Mrs. O. W. Burney la visitingher l\len.s Cloth ;jjI
<< and enjoyed outdoor Clane; Reading and Library Ser- mer, Mrs. Clifford Hazen. Mrs.' Pan American Union In WashIngton son and daughter-in-law Mr. IIUt\\I STORE Establisbei
,games and swimming. After the vice, Mrs. R. A. Green: Historian Willard Pass and Mrs. W.E. Dow- D. C. and Mrs. Clyde Burney of Pen' 11891
young honoree had opened her Mrs. E. D. Tenly; World CitIzenship lacofa. She is expected to return .
children enjoyed fUh- Mrs. W. R. Morse; Room ling.New Mrs. Paul Hudgins and daughter -
gins the members In the club are to her home here in September.
to their
from an outdoor Mrs. R. B. Alvarez Kay, have returned
j; ping for favors Representatives Mrs. W. T. Jackson Mrs. A. B. spendingthe Miss Isabel Fernandez left on OPENING
of moss, home In Arcadia after MONDAY
: _,,!f: { pond" fashioned and Mrs. George Patten; Baker Mrs.. Lamar Curry and two weeks with Mr. and Thursday for Elmira, N. Y.. to
f palmettos and wild grape Procedure and By-Laws Mr. V. I past 1ga1LIDFAIJ '
Miss Elma Lee Hlcky. Spanish at the
L. W. Koch. resume teaching : ncNtr
J''J The three-tiered birthday cake R. Ferguson; Recreation Mian Mrs. Elmira Miss Fernandez
Labor College.
made for
% Plans were a
'. ,.was decorated in pink and green Lou Beyers Mrs. T. L. Osborn Hoover Brothers Studio will be to off enroute in Corn- r pr CCAUTT SL
4i Day dance to be held Sept. 6 at plans )S
week while the
with seven green and Mrs. Ruby Johns: Publicity cloned all next .
.'{ 'and was topped the Woman's Club with Mrs. Glen ing, Pa., to visit Rev. and Mrs. J.
t*, candle After the young guests Mrs. Junius Smith; High School Wood as chairman of the com- personnel are on their vacations.Miss Warren Kaufman, who are vaca- Lawtey, Florida
'* "Happy Birthday Mary Service, Mrs. T. T. Long. Frances Colley spent the
; there.
j : )' mittee. The public Is cordially Invited tioning
the cake was cut and In Jacksonville visiting Complete Beauty Service
will weekend
,' 1' Agnes" : The marriage of Mia Lucy Mae The first Board meeting to attend. Miss Madge Brownlee has re
< t verved with Ice cream and punch. Barton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.H. be held Wednesday, August 25th. Proceeds to towardsthe Miss Frances Duncan. I turned from a week' visit with Permanent Facial
t Mrs. Matthews was assisted In Plans and times are to be announced are go Mr. and Mrs. Steven E. Summons -
Olin White
kc:* A. Barton, and Lighting Fund for Bradford Mrs. Dwight Marshall, Jr., at Manicure
<.""t serving by Mrs. J. R. Walnwrlght. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. .O. W. later. have purchased the Tur- Apalachlcola.
"' ball
}'''It\ Mrs. Charley E. Johns and Miss White, will be an event of 4 o'- i park. relll home on Westmoreland St. Mrs. L. C. of Lake Wales
Ray Owner
McLendon. Mrs. T. H. h S. MARY STABLER Operator
,),!j, ;:Jeannette and Mrs. W. H. Graham I clock, Sunday afternoon, August Two Sisters HonoredAt Ann John Feted and plan to remodel Inside and I Is visiting her aisters-in-law, Miss
j.Slade 29, in the Methodist Church with out.
: punch. Rev. J. R. HUI officiating.' Burney Home On 12th BirthdayAnn Lt.Marlon Williams better knownto

I' j Mr. and Mrs.-L. O. Hazen had Claude Barton :will give his Mrs. George Ann Sapp of Law- his friends as "Buckshot", received ,LARGE SIZE, EACH
}. :t' ,.as their weekend guests, Mr. and sister away in marriage, with I toy and Mrs. Laura Browning of Johns celebrated her 12th a wire Friday afternoon I DUZ Soap Powder
: Avanell alster of.the birthday anniversary Tuesday afternoon from Army Air Force headquarters -
Miss Barton
1 Mrs. A. P. Ashurst of Cocoa. Plant City :were honored last Sun- I
f bride-to-be, acting as maid of when her mother, Mrs.S. Washington D. C., to report '
at the home of their brother ,
"t! 1 A honor. Mrs. Claude Barton sister- and day sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. Johns Jr., entertained several at Scott Field, Bellvllle. 111. AUg. ] OXYDOL Soap Powder
i': ;. in-law of Miss Barton, will assUt Q. W. Burney, on Church street friends at a swimming party 9th. He left here Saturday night, 33'BRIGHT
as bridesmaid. Robert Barksdale 'at the Johns' summer home on and Mrs. Williams and son Ricky
I; ; ENJOY This Is the first time In five to Join him shortly. Lt.
'p'g will attend Mr. White as best Kingsley Lake. plan TIDE Soap Powder
Mr. Burney and his sisters
man and ushers will be Steve years During the afternoon swimmingand Williams son of Mr. and Mra
COOL have been together. Mrs. Sapp T. S. Williams of Starke has
Weldon, Jr., and Walter King. games were enjoyed, followedby ass s' I
99 la 82 years old Mr. Burney Is 73. been connected with the National
In the Ann'sbirthday
No invitations Issued yard.
are being supper
and Mrs. Browning Is 70. Guards at for
Camp Standing
RIDINGWITH but all friends of the couple are cake was frosted in
hi !
invited to attend.Methodist Enjoying the occaaalon with the white and embossed with pink and the past year. \ SAIL ,
elderly people were Miss Ida Ma Mr. and Mrs. Warren Perkins
..f.'J.'if' green bird nests holding twelve:
: Burney Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Libby cards and Miss Joyce Ward have just
blue candles.
: 1 t ; Unique place 25
rlr PLASTICSEAT PartyThe and family, Mr. and Mrs L. Craw- holding chewing gum were usedto returned home from a ten day; I PKG.: i
,?/ I! Methodist Intermediate ford and family, Mr. and Mrs. N. mark the places of the guests. I trip to Chattanooga Knoxville, S08pFlakes
Assisting Mrs. Johns In caringfor and Gatllnburg, Tenn. c
Fellowship Group was entertainedby Burney and daughter, .Marlene, I :
her eighteen guests were Mrs.' Friends of Mrs. W. E. Lawson
; : Ann Johns at the home of her all of Starke. J. H. Ritch and Mra. H. C. Ritch. will be glad to hear' she Is much

Ut I! ;' parents, Mr and Mrs. S.R. Johns,, Henry Manassa; \la spendingthis Improved after being treated for
COVERS Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Powell re- a throat condition in
Thursday afternoon of last weekat week In New York City on cently returned after vacationingIn ALL BRANDS 10 PZ PKG. pfMarshmallows
<<(4' ;i.,, All-Leather' Trim the Johns' Kingsley Lake sum business for National Plastics. Saluda. N. C. Ga.Mrs.. Annie Colson savUtnah'1

mer home. f"w . 15 i
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1> tt: 39 ming In the afternoon, followedby Start Your Children I n School. ,, ,

,: a weiner roast and group

'' ." l'' games In the yard. SMARTLY DRESSED y

: f; ,' STARKE Hercules EntertainsIn We have complete line of Little Girls Dresses Skirts IIONA PLAIN or SELF-RISING

and Blouses For Boys Suits, Shorts, and Sh'rta.' '
A"f' recognition of Its Surveys &: -- 5 Ibs. 10'lbs.61c.

1 Seat t CoverCOMPANY Leases Department's Safety Re- Come in and let us check your children's feet to be / FLOUR 1:50: i
';i"f.; cord of five years without, }lost sure the shoes they are wearing are not too short and 31c .
time accident, the. Hercules Pow injurious to their feet fiLet .' -

''Yt .,, Corner Court Madison der Co. Is entertaining at a'chicken ,,
I, Phone 10 Starke dinner Sat. at 12:30o'clock: at us fit them in a pair of Acrobat or Trim t Shoes. We have

,': ;",".i: Lake.Strickland's Landing on Klngsley the correct size and width in stock. CRISCO Shortening, 3 lb. 1.1!

'I,,'_.t'1..,.I See the new Doris Dodson Dresses for BackToSchool.PAY .

F US A VISIT ;le 1p0 ; SPIC&SPAN------2&, 2 2SWERL

I 2J
; r \ ,n ; 10 oz. pkg. -
: '
-'- ..._' 'u ,--L- .. '. .:r... ', STARKE, FLORIDA .
... Strained BEECHNUT
6 6. .6 W 6 .6. 6.6 .6'.6

v Shirts---125ea.i t BABY FOOD, 2 for -. 1 1pOULiR 19

Work Pants 2.75,1.50,1.00Dress Ladles.g KIX Cereal, 7 oz. pkg. -. 16c41I1i"FEEDS

: BE SMART 4 ,oz. can ARMQUR'S: '

es ((48 to 52)) 1.75 .!a ror a. ir5; v r VIENNA SAUSAGE -19c.

BAIMCf '...'in :, :...'l K 3 1-4 oz. can ARMOUR'S

Felt Hats 2.50 r With These ..Vfcd f wljrv er* LIVER SPREAD14c
- e TASTY Jfe PC

NOURISHINGLOWPRICED / Illatll\al1la\ __ 5 1.2 oz. can ARMOUR'S:

Felt Hats-------2.5Oea. / POTTED MEAT - .. IS 1

$ 25 Ibs. 1.33
i Shoes---le00pr. F 100 Ibs. - 5.25 - ffl;

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S 1 .-- .
----- ---- G OWING- MASH Jim Dandy GRITS 5 Ibs. -43. 4

$I 25 1.37 ,

Nick's Bargain House Why complain about high priced meats when there are so many low-priced cuts 100 Ibs - 5.35 Carolina

that are just as nourishing: and deliciously good when properly prepared. Read
the editorial in this week's issue of the Telegraph. LAYING MASH Long Grain RICE, 2 Ibs. 39c(

25 Ibs. .
- 1.37
k wwnln nnnn/lp nnr. n9b'nl Here are a few suggestions for budget-weary housewives who 100 Ibs. _ 5.35 Ann Page

r.l t ...:ax .w...,' Ilrra''tlf:. :: .l.u-I via' must cut their household expenses. MAYONNAISE 8 8S
IM u'_ tpmnnuR.r mnrmulrwluI wpm BROILER MASH qt. jar -

flLll IIII'IM-e'rn: eel/mllmm/

Plenty of meat Make., a d..lA new Item to meet the deII you haven't tried them youdon't 90% Daily 'Horse Feed IN OUR MARKET
4i't Icloiu pilau. We aoltt'out last mand for low-priced _to.,,* know what you're mUftIng. 100 Ibs - 5.55
Saturday but will have plenty much meat an you get from a Delicious cooked with ,
morn this weekend.Only K dumpling. Super Right
oilOnly 16% DAIRY FEED LEG of LAMB lb. . 79c
15c per Ib. 15c per Ib. Only 30c per Ib. 100 Ibs - 4.43


Western STEAK Round STEAK Brisket STEW 100 Ibs. - 4.83 o Chuck ROAST, lb. . 59c

((1 At a price so low It will _urEv..n large famine can afford Plenty of nourishment and FRESH FRUITS RIB STEAKS lb. . 69c
prise you It at till price.! tasty too.Only. ,

A Healthful Buy, Only 75c per tb.AL'L Only 70c per Ib. 45c per tb. & VEGETABLES BRISKET BEEF, lb. 39c
9 Medium YellowONIONS

1 For Young And Old MEAT SPECUI.reakfast! BEST GRADE 2 Ibs. 9c BACON, lb. . . 77c

HAMBURGER BACON White BACON Seedless Grapea.lb.25 Sliced BACON Ibs. 1.55
Morning; noon and night serve GUST AFSON.S -
Always a favorite with the You can't brat thin for Large a: /
flavor The old for Crisp
u invigorating milk. It helps children standby flavoring Fresh 23c
Serve It often MULLET lb.
mum -and
a bargain -
ad ratlag, tow LETTUCE -
grow stronger and keeps adults, healthier. 2 for 21c
Constant scientific care *-dairy productionis Only 45c lb. Only'SSe 'l tb. Fed 29c
one of the important reasons for the consistent per per ,Only, 35c' per n,. PEACHES 2 Ibs. 27c Perch Fillets, Ib, -

high quality of OUR milk. Serve it
to your family, today and every day. NOW {WE ASK YOU Is there any reason for anyone to go large California FRESH FISH DAILYColorado I L Y

meat-hungry when such Potatoes, 5 Ibs. 29c
TELEPHONE GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2312 COL- reasonably priced items are found in

LECT FOR DELIVERY. our market every day? The answer is "NO"/ White Head*

GUSTAFSON'S DAIRY Green's Grocery & MarketTelephone Regular Cauliflower UnitePotatoes 25c A & P FOOD STORE

Green Cove Springs Florida 86 OPERATED BY THE

.'Ir.. CORN, 6 for 29c 300-302 E. CALL ST. CO.STARKE, fLJ



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., Mrs. Carolyn Kinney and Mr I Charles Norton of Wewanitchka Miss Ruth Johnson has accepteda Miss Marjorie Sue Middleton Mra. M. L. Maynard returnedto Joe Arnold Hew to New YorkCity t

7OCALNEWSi and Mrs M. C. Well spent the spent front Thursday to Weo clerical position the Ordnance has returned to her home In her home In Alachua Tuesday Monday evening to attend t'

'thA g weekend in Jacksonville visiting nesday with his uncle and aunt. Depot at Anniston Ala.? and is Jacksonville after staying with after spending ten days with her to business for National Plastics. I',' 41'

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Well and Dr. and ]Mrs J. M. Hembree. to report Monday.. Miss Johnson her grandparents Dr. and Mrs daughter, Mrs. W. B. Alexander. He returned Thursday. \t'', I
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Mr. and MM. T. F.. Hutto.. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy and will be accompanied by' her son, W. E. Middleton, while attendingthe Mrs.. T. L. Casey Mrs. Nate Mrs. Steven E. Simmons Is visItlnjf h J I IWilhelm.

alt M. Hazen and Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Shun haveas Mr and Mrs. Roy Ward and.. children Jane and Jimmy, of Ernest :Jenkins and mother, Mrs. summer session at the University Dyal and son. Tommy and Misses her mother-in-law Mrs. Paul ; '
their house guests Mr. and D. E. Johnson and all of 'whom of Florida. Miami this week. ; t I
ttdp LMRuth and Monroe.Kere daughter, Mira Jane, visited Mr, : Gainesville are spending this Judy Casey and Madelene In i t
guests Mrs. Oscar Rich and daughter will make their home in Anniston. Miss Lucille Johnson of Beasley were attending to business T. M. Hutchlngs spent G :
Sunday and Mrs. O, W. Ward in Dixie, month at the A. Z. Adkins summer Key- Mr ,
,;. lf. F. Hazen. Patricia of Chicago HI. Ga., over the weekend. I home on Klngsley; Lake. The Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsom stone Heights visited Miss Sarah in :Jacksonville Saturday ,'the early part of the week In Key ,

t ) E. A. Rnwton and Girl, Short. size 8-.., on Mrs. Carlyle Ritch and childrer Guys have as their guests for two had*aa their Monday guests Mrs. Barefoot last Friday afternoon. and with Mr. Dyal, David and West visiting friends and relatives. dE, 1

(tb are sale' ) at Ronnie Donnlo Store. have moved from the MontteU weeks, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wll- H. W. Shipp and Mrs. C. B. Miss Barefoot has been confinedto Pat Casey were sight seeing In James A. Peterson who ;was .. :

U, of Tallahaaeerev 11.I Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks returned cottage on Clark Street to the cox. son. Walter, and daughter Price of Jacksonville and Charlie: her home the past week be- St. Augustine .Sunday. They visited hurt while working for a local .f +

of )lr. the early part of the week Pooser cottage on Clorla Street Dottle of Fort Lauderdale. Howe of Miami. cause of Illness. the old fort and school<< house, Industry, has been taken to St. .e ,

I u week at KingleykNO from Bedford Lake where they Mrs. S. T. Dell Sr. Jerry Colley Is leaving Sat- Nancy DuPre has as her guest Mr. and Mrs.\ H. 1. Hough and the Alligator farm and St. Aug- Vincents Hospital In Jacksonville, ;} i
of Gainesville
spent the past two weeks at the who Is urday to spend the rest of August this week her cousin Donnie Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hough of ustine Beach during the day. where he Is to undergo an opor- s1 it

I Chadbourne cottage. Mrs. George occupying her summa with his uncle C. L. Houser, of Jacksonville. Jacksonville attended the funeralof Mrs. R. F. Demorest spent last atlon this week. He will\ remain If" '

S Cunningham and Mrs. Retha Shad home joined on for Kingsley month's Lake baa beer; at Flat Rock. Ala. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wilcox W. E. Hough in Crystal River Thursday /acid Mrs. C. C. Men- In Jacksonville for several week J1 > | If I
a visit
''I, y and granddaughter Peggy Shad daughter. Mrs. Howe Mordock by her Mr. and Mrs. William Munetteand and son Walter, and daughter; Sunday. The deceased was a bro dozer of Jacksonville. W. H. Lyons Is spending his : ,t' i !I

J were guests of the Weeks whileat Jr:, and two, children from Miami son. .! tlly, of Birmington, Dotty, are spending two weeks ther of H. L. Hough. S. E. Sparks. Levy Canova L. vacation this week from his duties I
Bedford Lake. Ala., have taken an apartment In the Adkins home on Kingsley I Gayle Alvarez, daughter of Mr. at the Post Office near Live I
O. Powell and A. :J. Thomas were
Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. R. A. Weeks is leaving L. M. DeSha and In the F. F. Flume residence. Mr. Lake with Mr. and Mrs. Fred : and Mrs. R. L. Alvarez is Improving Oak.'

II today for Tuckahoe N. Y., to daughter Marjorie, of Wildwood Munette la stationed at the air- Guy and children of Gainesville.Mrs. 'I' In St.; Vincent's Hospital. in :Jacksonville Tuesday eveningto Mr. and MI'I.I I Wm. M. Sapp l'}' ,,

I accompany her granddaughter. spent the weekend with Mrs. W field In Gainesville. Wilcox will be rememberedhere Jacksonville, where she has been confer with architects'relativeto and Mr., and -Mrs. Felix Sapp )' V I t

Bambi LaMorte, to the home of H., Struth and Mias Kate Struth. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Register as Mlsa Mary Ella Edwards undergoing treatment for mercury building' plans for the First I have returned from a four weeks' 1'*,

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mrs. Ruby Johns and son, L.M had as their weekend gueststhe a former resident of Starke. .1 poisoning. Baptist Church.-: vacation In Hot Springs. Ark. [ II

LaMorte. Bambi has been visitIng Gaines spent Sunday and Mon latter part of last week, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez .. .. - -- ii' I
f tier grandparents here for day In Eustis visiting Mr. and. W. M. A/tin/ and sons Harry and and daughter Sylvia and Mr. - -.- - - _-- 'I I,
-- "" '
- - "':" -
I Mrs A. L. Bennett. Charles of Baldwin. : '' i.
several weeks
and .f'
and Mrs. T. B. Harding son "
Miss Minnie Lu Hazen returned Mr. and Mrs.' E. W. Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre and Tommy, are spending two weeksat INVENTORY CLEARANCE SALE : ,I t: y j

6 U with you Saturday after spending the past visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mill daughter, Nancy spent the week Daytona Beach. ,' ,
,_ .. ...
two weeks with Mr", and Mrs. A. In Keystone Heights over the, end in St. Augustine visiting Mr. Entire Summer Stork on sale '- - -- II' ,1' j
sACK and Mra. W. H. Jones and In Coffee Table
BRING IT P. Ashurst In Cocoa. weekend. at Ronnie Donnie Store, ]tea E. 1,' :;
Marlneland St. Augustine.Mr. .
31 I rear bring i back Ihol'mer Sun Suits. Bathing Suits Play Sarah Lawson Is announcingthe Call Street. IT..
and Mrs. F. 1. Durshimer
vocation to you| Suits. Boxer Short Suits on sale reopening{: of her beauty shop and daughter Pinky have returned !- Col. and Mrs. G. C. Irwin and. i t CLEARANCEE I IG'I'

fiviij worn. Make o at Ronnie Donnie, next to Lady on Washington Street. Monday from a week's vacation Miss Jean Irwin left Sunday for I', L:

,nhtful summer" Into oighlful Fair.Mrs. August 18th. with friends and relatives In Rich- their home In Harrisburg Pa., p ;,
winter With J. A. and Miss Minnie Lu Hazen of Stark* three .{
children the
I McIntyre mond, Va. Mary Louise Durshl after spending past ,
mire, movie or IliII. Biny and Oran. of Wlldwood and Mrs. H. S. Hazen and daughter mer. another daughter, who has months with the P. H. and H. A .; .
Frances Marlon of Center .
have a completel. were weekend guests of Mr. and been visiting relatives In Richmond Manassas. "
AHLLYWOOD pricetll.f /', Mrs. Wt E. Thornton. Mrs. Hu Hill Davtona are Beach.spending this .week al for the past twe months Mr. and Mrs Guy Edwards had < r I '

bert Bronson of Orange Park wasa Miss Marion Brown left Tues returned to Starke with her par as their recent guests, Mr. and

..:.,.,... Saturday guest of the Thorn day for Miami where she will' attend ents. Mrs. Valrle B. Kidd accompanied Mrs. Elton Andrews and son, t.i i

her former mate from the Durshlmers to Ray, of Norflok, Va. II .
tons.Mrs. room Richmond and will remain there the funeral of Lewis 5.95,, 11.95, 20.9528.95' h j
Willie Alexander and Mrs. FSU. MIs! Lempi van der Laan, Attending
for several weeks visiting rela- Strickland In Wlldwood Sunday Large 3-pc. and 33.95 Tables Goingb1A1'LE t, ; 1
Gift Shop Vera Moore, :who were the guests as bridesmaid on August 13th tives. Bed Room Suits .1 i n
& and
Mr. '
a Miss van der Laan will become< were: Mrs. Manning ATBargain .
of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, fllrln'. Summer Dresses. sixes John Christiansen, Mr. and
the bride of Dale A. Warner''orthat Mrs.
itarke, Fla.MATTRESSES. Jr., last week, returned to their date.! 8-14 on sale at ,Ronnie Donnie Mrs. W. H. Hart Mra. V. S. Regular Price $159.50 Prices! ; E.

home In Laurens, S. C., last Sat. Mr. and Mrs. 'A! W. Master! Store* Manning all of Starke. Mr. and r-j
( .';julrt. J. M.'Cole of Lake City L. E. Colson of Lake Butler, large
of Starke are the proud parent; Sale Price $1O9.5O We .have ,a yery 1
pent last week ;with her son-in- of : ,
,, Mr. 'and Mrs. C. W. Beasley
of a daughter, Barbara Jane borr selection now. is the.,,t ; I J

y Branch of Friday August 6th at tile ,Ala- law Mrs and Hal daughter Gillen.: Patrolman and Gainesville, Mr.and and from Mrs.Jacksonville Mark- Never before such bargains as this sale offers' time to' bay! ;;4 II. ,

chua County.: : ,Hospital ,,Gaines- were ,![. C
ville. Mrs. Masters Is the fon'lerJulia ; "Miss Pat Lambe la leaving fora Moody and Mr. and Mrs. W, C. .. "" '''[, 1 I"
INSURANCEI Winkler. two week's vacation visitingMr. Manning.Mr. ..-------- -.- -- - -- I'I t

F 1-c Albert O. McElhaney of and Mrs.. Louise Relnacher and Mrs. Perman Andrews Cribs ''I ''r""
Baby ,
Starke are the proud parents of In Charleston, W Va., and Mrs. and daughters Carolyn. Jacque- Large 3pc.WALNUT : ) !

a daughter. Beverly Ann. born Mary A. Connelly and son, John line and Shirley of Norfolk, Va.. Bed Room Suits .
1' '
WALL AGENCYPLEASE Saturday. July: 31, nt the Jacksonville Wheeling, W. Va. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy 2955 .i : .

Naval Hospital.Mr. Mrs. J. A. Howe of Miami Is Edwards Tuesday night while en- Regular Price $149.50 i j11 t : !Ii ,

and Mrs. W. R. Strickland the house guest of her son-in- route to South Florida. 1
PHONE 146 Attended the funeral of Mr law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mien Su Biggs will spend LARGE SIZE 'w ;tl':', I:

Strickland's brother Mr. L. W, R. A. Newsom. next week with Miss Paula Mc- Sale Price $995O 27x54 .i '
Service Over 50 YearsLASSIFIED
Constant Strickland. In Oxford on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Laurin In Ocala. ______. ._,_ .....T,_ _ --4 ---oQo. ....,_'_ __ -. -. ,"v.'" j'' I
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall have Jr., have moved from their homeon Miss Thelma Green Is visiting it} "

-- moved bACk to their home or Lake Street to the corner of relatives In Nashville Tenn. for You may trade your old furniture for new at ,this store. We ,a, 'p t t:, J

7herrv Street after spending the Church and Madison Streets. I several weeks. give FREE estimates on old furniture. t n; !. I! ,

-p..t two months at the S. T, '

Dell Mts!cottage Mary on Winkler Klngslev visited Lake.Mlsr. OPEN AN ACCOUNT 'WITH VS. W f"NI" f ,

FOR RENT: 3-rooni Apartment Lucille Alvarez in Jacksonville
[ I I trance.furr.lf.hed. Rent Private cheap. bath Couple and en.all or over the weekend. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT'u ,! ; I''

IF ALL RINDSQEtiOVATED ettelrSt. for company 603 Warren Winkler and Charley It' 1
I Mr.. Errol A rea.afIlp. Parker motored to Atlanta, Ga.,,

9 I I FOR SALE: z Iota facingOramre' and Washington, D. C., this week. Denmark Furniture Co. i
"'I.A.TotI price for the two 1 iota Mr. and Mrs. J. T Lawson and

9C I Alvarea.1600. 602 Lafayette St.. Errol itp familv and H. O. Lawson left PHONE 151 STARKE,'.FLA. :i ivr 1

j( i last Sunday for a few days visit e .
9C C FOR SALE AT BAROAIN::- : 2 kero. in Dothan Ala. r
acne ranger. i coal. range. : ;
8la<1.. OalO Co., twn doors from Miss Carol White left Thursdayfor :
InRMTIREIPHOLSTERED: railroad track on Call St. tf a few days visit with a college r a. lit

C ItD NKBP-A HOME In a !turr)"? Have friend. Miss Mary Maddenof "j. I '
I REFISISHED frame house 14x20/ t-roam and Eaple Lake another college i Jt '
bath, good pre-war. lumber, metal. .
pl'Card friend, Mlsa Viola Lewis of Miami .
roof all plumbing: fixture* tub) T I
>GS \TTKESS CO. water. pipe, sink. electric wiring and also Mrs Pi>nrl Simpson J'

30 Palatka, fl*. gas gee' hot hot water Plate' heaterburner Rome furniture,, and daughter, Mrs. Esther Rowe, of. r 't'tt
c and I Ice box not electric). will of Miami. t!
, sacrifice fur quick' cash Kale.. You Mrs. R. R. Jones and daughter
must move from present. Rite (at
FOR SALE fhiirch and 8th 8m., Hark> to Mrs' Rubv Weaver and Mrs.Weaver's I
C your lot. Contact F.. L. Matthew",, daughter Sue all of 4 jl1t'r
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J-BEDROOM Bradford County Telegraph' telephone
Jrnitl' ut Startle, lust com- 2*, Starke. tf Tampa were guests last week of 7 8 EXTRA-VALUE DAYS STARTS FRIDAY r ,

CC |(\heap and for, Concrete half caph.T .Block Mr. and Mrs. David G. Kellv. Their fl' tLj
SALESMAN: ::- WANTED: to oncceed Restore Original BeautyThe ,
Bk.thWct In a,tr'i8'S'; ', rra.: Good opening 1s".lbn1. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Warren j, ( f ..r:
C ; Rawlele-h I Products spent Sunday with Mr. Warren'sparents A. Adwrdwal '
J.IME. Cement. Clara. block County 1500 'amlll,,". Product and Mrs. M. T. War- ;
Mr. 1 ,
fold 25 Year ;
yearn. around method f'
14, modern gentle cleaning we use
Concrete Stepping
null Per,Pipe Mortar Mix, steady work: large profit..*. Nearby ren. Jimmy Warren who has lIOATI M1i Sit t,, i f ,,7, 1 t I.t, IAallD I Ii'
'dnwa dealer Dem making Bale. .* of spent the past two weeks with his rids your slipcovers' and draperies of fabric r ,t i
dirt for over 1100 weekly. Write Raw-
jack hauling. Fill
lela-h'l Dept. FAH-270-137H.! Mem- grandparents returned to Jacksonville destroying dirt and soot -. renews original 1j t.I' .
C TATS In city limits. of phi. Tenn. 3tp S-20 with his parents.
"n high ground $200 up. colors and prevents stretching or shrinking.
1io: Comfortable Mrs. W. H. Nollman of Starke.I 'in
per mo. FOR SALE: 7-room
|ir type of building eon- house In Melroxe. Healthmi. ..ex. and Mrs. J. O. Dekle of Ocala. For pick-up service call 135. H t
owner to sell for only 3.30'.1.. 1036 Automatic : j
:.IJlI'II OnlvnnUed Flpe. Alno have nawmlll, with house; left Tuesday for Highlands: N.C., I .f "Invisible" ij ..
C I SAND $$3.68 per yard In and small grocery Contact Manuel to join Mr. Nollman for a few Curve Crlppert 1
J !Iota.. with E. V. Davis. Sr., rialnevllle. .*- Engineered / y1 > .' ,
I Rl 4-Wheel drive dump Phone 1S16. 2tp 8-13 weeks. PHONE 135 areerq Wr can atop dan- S
fill) 10 Inn winch. Mr. and Mrs. V; E. Sapp of to Run ,trout skids before '
PRO EM.IEERI1d; CO. FOR SALEj Two ao-acre farm. ROUT. 315 6000 HOURS '' ; I'art. I .
they ,
Fort Pierce are the proud parents .rl'B'
l> E....... Pke. >e MII each. with house and barn... Reasonable 'yr t
C for caHh. Edgar PUrrell.Stark of a daughter born July 21. GREEN, Temple WITHOUTOVfRHAUl '; ; f it I
.. 4tp 8-27 Mrs. Sapn la the former, Miss Es-

1 YOUR NOW TIMBER. WANTED::- :. Old book., magailn. ther Griffls of Starke. Owner Ave. LongDfc.'c.CDC: Don't Risk Your lift! on Slipp.ry// r : t
mope letter, and newepaperapertaining Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and WIZARD : :
C Nt t Cash Prices Paid Roads! G.t ,
to early life of Flor children of Starke and Miss Eu- Safety 'h
ida. What have you? Bring to "LIFETIMC" TRUETOtfi: I -1 :
j-L BUYTBULK Bradford County Telegraph.FOR nice Lawson of Auburndale are Outboard Motor WITH DAVIS CURVE SAFETY I '
It 8-21 their STARKE, FLA. .
return from
to -
I OR l IN=" UNIT expected 35 9J: GUARANTEED 2 1
RENT: 4-room modern unfurnished three weeks motor trip to. Elmlra. Start eslerf! Respond to EASY TERMS R13.75 1. i
C tinuse. with large lot N. Y.. Sundav. throttle faiter! Jeweled EASY TERMS. 00.IS. Z ..i j
WIN W. PECK on Church Street for $30. Also on ..0.---- .. ....- -- -'" ----- .. -.. bearing Mscna-pul Extra) power for e t .Q U
IP.0. 1 furnished room. Apply 410 Center tarter, automatic re- reception even unccr ud- No other tire lives ;you the extra pr. tec* b 10'1' ,
463 St. for both Itp conditions. Short
wind. Other biff features! verse tlon of Curve Crlppen. See !it today! iW
1 r.; AI l
ainesville, Fla. wave for vital market
FOR SALE: Uan..tt Hardwareand TWIN! 6" (MUM. e H r. 149.50 end weather reports. .atw.ll Tlr.i-Guaranteed 1 12 Month p

1 |me a-postcard and I ,furniture fixture, (Store ColKat PremiumAgency completeKtock PTARKE BIG ROUND INCLI' OeUixe. 3.2 M. r. 1I4.AO Ton.cUfier.Control.. 8 tubes" plus At Low A.-. IPI us Ts.I 10.75 \
m and etahlHhed. Yardley FL-: EASY TERMS "ivory. (i .
|| come see you. Venetian Blind btilneM. Reason __ ____ It I Is
for nelllnK I* help shortage and I, :y,

utomoblle CII-I .rlt. a II IIn...' health. profit.Bulne If Interested now ahowinggood seeM. Sun., Mon.. Ana 15. 1ft t.t.AND SQUAREDANCE 1 Irr5
liability, and
es O. Gannett. at More. ZIp 8-20 y
me for
your Insurance
1. Do w./nwritht/ Jr. ". SMART WOMANMichael ,
I 8t., FOR RENT: : Bedroom with steam
Phone lH. tIE heat. Quiet couple or teacher.
( .11.1..0room. cottage apt. private O'8hea. Ja... Gleauwn, i
ruck'HEAP 1141 I%-ton I bath screened pnrch. All Constance Bennett .t fwM
heavy .
duty tran..ml.CBb
I utilities' furnished. 214 W. Ma.IIson -
but nn body. .lso a St. 2tp 8-20 News Il Short F l I
amount I
of used lumber _
Starke Ice Co. li r : ;
WANTED: One sober meat cutter. .I %
kck butt headed heifer I Apply at 115 B. Call St. tfFOR. TUf'1II., Auir. 17 ONLY f: >L41 Volw jQ' Hi !*

.- '""* fork and under- SALE: Complete Hervlce Hta- $2839e w.RH6tM. .
llht Li.warV uPP"*>lt left tlon and Grocery at Inventory Ghost Goes WestWith M I
V bar under may price. At Intersection of two 1 GuoronfeecfMOTOtOK. U Li
S. Reward Lucian Haaen.i"p highways. Box 73, Hampton Fla. Robert Donat *W f Tale whit Sin sir

*'" HP Also News H Comedy 4 / i Wizard Spark Hugs a sl
'jf House. and lot on RENT: an unfurnished.
WANT TO ,100%" pure lIew
hk.1 Electricity' pump. house, 4 room. or more. Permanent J Get more pep. power It oiL Fine eeon- N j ; ,
lIft..r hlBhway. A real resident. See or .notify Furniture H. I "'I'd.. Thur. Aag. 18. 19 AMERICAN LEGION HALL mileage to your motor. wru HEADQUARTERS for 'omy for "oil d I '
B. Sullivan at Drlggere "
QOO4 t frontage hoi. ... on Lake Oen-. Store._ HP I DOUBLE FEATURE Pint & 6 plugl.........$2.16 SEAT COVER VALUESWide bogs WII''"'' '
electricity. A Pint. & 8 pluff......-IX.fS a 4
tuln 1.33l'fwt
R'nt. n nOn. TEACHERS! : 1 have newly decorated Perilous WatersDon EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT choice of itylei and materialsfor '
hn BU.ln.oN furnloh.d .oUure.. furnished apartment from nohool.Attractive with. all/ cars. Fade reiiitanl.Coupes. GALS: ya t j ji
property and bath. Situated acres
'r Long
10'trunta."u. W> S- Slight rent rate for the term.F. Castle I Sedan
'0. ft.ar Keystone Heights A. Scott. 805 Temple. Ave. tipSALESMEN AND :MUSIC BY Cssa.y: Club Quality At Low A. | A Coaches,
Stark* Fla., Boa 13.HP. --- -- +-
I I f'be.. tnuaj ,.tt,,,.. MSSC-U
'LE' responsible.. They Meet CRpp.n Porous Weave 3.98 f// +
.a"111 Are you financially UNCLE OTTAND 9.45 i d1s
modern II room With...planer..Jene.. with sale. ability and Interested with Nationally With Jean H -nholt f..laid*. HWM-47. I P l' {I y,
r' truck 18000 mileage, In a lifetime connection Brokers Also News .....
Real Estate -I I
Also cuitom-Uttored ,
Known plastic nylon or.
tennd t .. .allln' HIS
01 trki In It .""
We operate .I '
on' two 'n' T I __ -Sre fiber covers. Catalog Order
OMItI"n lo. .lild' y1;:;,..n... Me. )Ir.. Kru properties on SupDdtea. ad.verti.ing -' FrI.. Sag AUK. ZOo 21
<) capital requlr.d.
training. and.. upervualh DOUBLE FETTRE !hl

I.yl":ehR REST: Running"3 N. water aupplled n..atlon.: WEST'S Write u.FARM AOENCY.JSC. GUN TALK Guoronfced 2 Years !WESTERN ALTO ASSOCIATE STORE R

cneiivpIAeffk .. C-7. Boa 8US. Httsbi"-2l 620WANTED WIZARD BATTERIES 1 1900MovrAUATnRY 'e
Brown !
11. Pa Johnny Mack .4;
D: fo, typing anda&P.Q for light y.ar- ANDMURDER Husky equipment-type ty HOMI OWNED and OFItATID ty 1t
"ork. Army CanlP ::- : MAN Tourist Court. We Promise A Good Time battery. Full size: plenty ,
Pox Ii&t. starke, round work at character '01 reserve power. soar, MM 1H-90 volt
of good ON 1
be man
Yu..c rnetal-etsd: up ,
eard. Live t
and ,1I.lbl. for health J. F. JAUDON ;
to 30% more
7 'or4 AlTu:and PARTSIln on board pr.ml.ea and lodginga Geed salary furnhlhed.room DIAMOND ROW Sponsored By American Legion Post 56 babel Fernandez left yes- 'power. .*.1s i,'

:o'..!. 1. Cu.y. 4 mL N. Apply' F. L. Duuhlmer, BradfordCounty 115 W. Call St. Starke, Fla.
..... It T.legraPb -----1tIWP) Ana Todd. Edmund Lowe Starke, FJa.I 12.65 exch. 6.75BFADFORD 'l S'

'I' Two a1trawber- Also Short serial .
tp rOIl 2-roommapt..ntAl.o FOR SALE.by Missionary t1\. b.d. M. RbCld',', -,- P
plants H v11
2.3k Do Cher:: ft....,,. .* ODe "r iwol I 7 m l.. mall pox.ltalfo1t5 37'N. i
y at. 2tp /70 011 .



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r l was added to the church at the ,. . .- .Mr. and Mr. Bishop Myrick of James Mosely, Mrs. Ida Gentry, speedy recovery\1.'C1.'sr- 1;
of the oak and Elmer / 1Ir.
:L ,fh are removing: some morning service.Mr. Gainesville Forsythe and three and Mrs.
trees along: the street. Thus, some has Pine Level] and Mrs. Bishop Thomasand Lake Geneva : Mrs. Ida Gentry has as her children Yvonne Harrell wereah
Lawtey trees that Lawtey and over the
of the
children Kenneth and Goldie, guests Mrs. A. A. Hanbury Business callers in Starke Tues weekend
boasted of are giving 'way to Bj Mrs. II. M. McRae of Brooker By Blanche CunninghamBIRTiWAY 'I daughter. Mrs. Mildred H. Mundyof day were Mr and Mrs. R. R. Mrs. Clara Smith
By I* H. F..rhSCHOOL the march of progress. spent Saturday night Ala. and ny, of Miami and 101I,
.. . and Sunday with Mrs. Thomas' Birmingham Forsythe Blanche Cunning Ray Mount and AIr.
r e Mrs. Ida Gentry, daughter, Lillian ham. of
PTA MET TUESDAY BIRTH .*V PARTYA parents, Mr. and Mrs. H H. Lewis. Jersey, have Jamesb
OPENS DINNERMrs. and guests, Mrs. Hanburyand bud
The Lawtey Junior High School The Lawtey PTA met In reg- birthday party was givenat Miss Betty Mae Addison of Mrs. Mundy of Birmingham a short visit returned With
Tuesday night Pindertown was a dinner L. N Wagner of Lake 1. W. Mr E
10t9- ular aesslon on the home of Mr. and Mrs H. guestof Barry
opened August 2 for the Ala spent Sunday in St. Augustine -
large attendence. The after- Miss/ Gwendolyn McRae Sun Geneva and Mrs. S. F. Baker of ? Mr
1949 term under the leadership with a M. McRae last Saturday Brooker. and Mrs O.V
assisted greater part of the evening was In honor of their two year Palatka gave a birthday dinner visiting Mr
4V1.. ol Principal L. H. of noon day.Mr. home Mrs T. !of. Finley and daughter, and Mrs!\ .
compet In making reports Sunday at Mrs. Wagner's Helen C
the following ntt tf consumed old granddaughter Charlene Tay and Mrs/ S. A. Daniels By Barry Sunday C.
by Mrs LouIs Martha Sue, were callers In
activities. Plan were began Is the daughter of and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jones, honoring their mother Mr.
cf teachers: summer lor. Charlene and Mrs j,
Cove Monday. E.
Green Springs
'' Mrs. for an Ice cream supper to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor of all of Gainesville, were visitors Wills of Keystone Heights on visiting: Mr god 1
1 Junior high teachers J.are Rape.In be held In the near future. On Lake City.Several here Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Dan- her T8th birthday.The Among those attending the Mrs L A. Mott and childrenwere Hardy of Hampton and Mrs. no."
: li. H. Hal and Vernon school Mr Marjorie roll call Mrs. Kelly's second grade i were played, and iels Is one of the teachers at out of town guests were stock car races in Daytona Beach in Gainesville\ Saturday. Miss Satul'1lay.
grammar had the largest number of parents games Juda Carol Rising schooLMr. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Baker, Miss Sunday were F. M. Finley, Billy Miss Edith Fowler is visiting vlaltlngTe, BloSl Of
I':. b Rosier teaches the sixth the attendence banner prizes were won by Carrie Wills, Harry Wills and Blanche Cunningham, relatives In Hawthorne this week. Parente
and Rodkey Mrs. Wf
present Wilson
Partin and James Fender, and and Mrs.
Barney Eggara
u g grade Mrs. Melba was awarded to them for this Halslop Mr. and Mrs. James Hayes, of and her sons, Edison, Richard, and :Mr and Mrs. Eldon Taylor of Every Rues a few cia
i Mrs. Grace Browning the fifth nie Eggars. and son, Johnnie, of Jacksonvillewere one Is )
y After the business session Palatka. and Albert Wills of I Warren.R. Worthington Springs spent the the
grade, Mrs Joyce T. Futch the month. Children present to enjoy this visiting Mrs. Eggars' grandparents cemetery worhinto llt t
; y
: Mott .
I and friends Pittsburgh, Pa. day with Mrs Jim Sunday.Mrs.
members at
the and wife and A. D.
R. Forsythe August
fY fourth grade, Miss Elithe Collins occasion were Juda Carol Hals- Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc- 19
+ ?yt to the cafeteria .'L. L. Parker has
Invited returned
the third grade, Mrs. Eunice Kelly were served. lop Kathie Myrick Gerald Nor- Rae Saturday. Mrs. Sue Myrick gave a birth- Carlson and wife spent SundayIn -
1' the second grade, and Mrs. Bea- where refreshments were man, Harley McRae, James Fen- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrickand day dinner Sunday honoring her< Silver Springs. home after a short stay In the Bees must travel an
trice Futch and Mrs. Catherine Fred Bullard returned to his der, Johnnie Eggars, Evan Conner Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor son, Robert Myrick, of Starke. Saturday callers In Palatka Alachua County Hospital with I 130.000 miles to gather Iferag
Wilson the first grade. home here after spending two Kenneth Thomas, Goldie :were dinner guests of Mrs. Susie Present for the occasion were were Mrs. E. C. Dykes, Mrs. blood poison. We wish her a very. pound of honey. a I

I There were 313 students enrolled weeks at Camp Immokalee.D. Thomas Charlene Taylor, Sandra Myrick at her Lake Geneva home
t, this week, with more ex- C. Poster of Fort McCoywas Jean Starling, Ray Thomas, and Sunday.
pected next week. Enrollmentis a business visitor to Lawtey Leon Thomas. Saturday evening guests of I'S'4" 1JmS/lI
is about the same as for last term 'last Monday.Rev. Lemonade and cake were served Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender were 'KRAFT'S t7QJrof I'S'
ii t During opening day exercises 'I Ballard Wilson returned to the little ones for refreshments Lawence Batten of Theresa and
guest: speakers were the Rev. !to his home here last Thursday Each little guest was pre- M. L. Johns and son, M. I., Jr.
dl j Ballard Wilson, who conducted in sented with '
,after spending several days caps pink for the of New River.
1 the devotional portion of the aervI'r Georgia attending to business. girls and blue for the boys, asa Mrs R. L. Batten and sons,
: ices The Rev. Guy V. Lee spoke Mrs. Effie Miner la a patientof momento of the occasion Albert and Charles, of Theressa
; ,1 for a few minutes on cooperation Vincent's Hospital In Jack- and A.J.
St. were visiting Mr. Mrs.
Rev. W. E.Hall filled his
of parents and children with the reg-
$ friends wish
i Her
sonville. many Fender Sunday.
: teachers to make a better school ular appointment at the Pine Le-
Mrs Jewell Roberts, president of her a speedy recovery.Mr. vel Baptist church last Sunday.
't I the Lawtey P.-TA., was presentand .recently and Mrs.returned John Rasmussenhave to their There were 220( In the Sunday riii; ; GIVES
made an appeal to the par- School classes and one memberto "
ents to take a more active part home here in New after Jersey.a three weeks'vacation 1 I I when cold j a

in the organization welcome the A. P. Moores' 1
Mrs. H. B. Arwood Is visiting ic ..i
who have come back to live with / II'
id CLEARING RiailT-OF-W.lY her son. Angus, In Blrmlnbham REUEF
us. They are residing In their
The construction company this Ala., this week. house FAST
trailer the church.
near .""
the right-of-way Mrs. Grace McKinney of Jack
Yi week is clearing '
of her fa __ _. ....
limits of sonville Is the guest ---
.ji -
within the Lawtey city -- --- --- ---- PINT S IZEv 29CCa.
H. B. Arwood. ,
road.now under they
+ the Lawtey-Raiford
x Come In And See Our Line of New
'y construction. A crew of men Miss Rachel Boyer of Jacksonville -
spent the ,weekend with her

AUTOMOBILE sister, Mrs. Fred Moore. ,BICYCLESNow + '

on display at our store Maid Sweet MixPICKLES
So Although not compulsory It In New RiverAND 43w
much safer to carry Liability E V..,. 5.,
'd'1k tt
Insurance. I represent only old 19 c
line reliable stock companies.

W" {p p t Your business will be appreci BJrm.. .E. .A. Sapp. .- tie. BICYCLE REPAIRS O'Sage Dessert '
ated. >- LD es
M 1 120 W. Call Street Miss Jerry Merritt Is visiting l
a 3 Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph her sister, Mrs. Dick Carrol, whois lD.a'l4t PEACHES No 2
Ill, in Jacksonville. OUTBOARD MOTORS.
Phone 154r Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wigginsand FOOD STORES "
r N. D. Walnwrl ht. Jr. I Lester McColough attendedthe Deep South OrangeJUICE 17CG
'. i tobacco sales In Lake
,fI 't'"t. City on Thursday.We market. BIGGS & BAKER I 46 of .vlRta, Quantity Rights Reserved
Good Thru
Saturday 14th
'i' ) are sorry to report the August
105 W. Call St. Starke, Fla.
}1.'j, 'j f Illness of Mrs. S. M. Johns who

.j'h...= ),,1 underwent an operation and had -------

)a4 .,f. to have several blood transfu Old Glory
last week. She Is
sions a patientof LIMA SPRY
Shadycrest Hospital.Mr. STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESA -Lb Can
4 f. and Mrs. B. F. Complete Line of Builders SuppliesPhone BeansNo .
Lake Butler were supper guests *
r. \ SHRIMP & OYSTERS of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner t&: Arrows From S.A.L. Depot Delivery Service 300 10

.;1f ', ; IN SEASON last Tuesday night. Southern Gold Colored Oleomargarine I Borden's CHOCOLATE Instrnt

:;taw: .' t' Mrs. Ira Merritt visited Mrs Sherwin-Wllliams Paints FslrbanksMoresPrint Tender, Plump Juicy: Ready-to-Serve! Solids Qtrs.
i t 'We guarantee all E. C. Priest In Shadycrest Hospital Your House Home Water SystemsAnd SWANSON'S WHOLE Mix'

:\ J ;p! We sell to be fresh Tuesday evening. Mrs. Priest, Pay by The Month | Terms If Desired I Chicken Redi-Mixt Lb 45C Lb 47C
'' -1'1'. }" I a patient of the hospital Is Im U4
' proving, and we all wish her a Z 8-of 24
MAGNOLIA speedy recovery. METAL & COMPOSITION ROOFING /4-lbTin Ballard'aBiscuits Superbrand
a f :
E. A. Sapp had his eyea-checkedby ThIck-IIutt Asphalt Shingles (Green & Blue) -BuU.U... Hardware
)1 FISH MARKET a specialist In Gainesville on Hardware Cloth Common and Finish Nails- A Jtee.otOil I Creamy-Smooth 2Pko'< 27c Oleo Lb 31c Vanilla or Chocolate-
\ Cement Mortar Mix
Wednesday.Mr. Siding Kraft Phila. Cream Kraft
'f Under New Ownership and Mrs. Dempsy Sapp and Butter Mix
: 'LACY SILCOX daughter Kay, of Gainesville Cheese 2 Pkgt 33c Velveeta2-ib1.15 I c
were visiting Dempsey's folks LUMBER All Grades I MOLDING All Kinds il-oz Jar 33 Pkg IOe
- $ flit fit(fl" ... .... 1. ,- Saturday.Mrs. Kraft Rel., Pirn.. Olive-Pim., Pineapple Cheese
Mana and Mrs.
; CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION Onle Kerce were shoppers In BRONZE SCREEN WINDOWS & DOORS Creamy-Smooth SHORTENING+ Spread Regular Jar25c Nabisco Crackers--
I Gainesville on Wednesday. Ritz s-o% Pkg 17c
If Rev. and Mrs. D. A. Greek of r Snowdrift
\ ""
y Jacksonville were dinner guestsof
j a I t.,' Mrs. Greek's sister, Mrs Stafford 1-Lb Can41C

"t I.f h :f Mr.Crews Chester, Sunday.Moody and familyof THE FACT IS f3YGENe ELECTRIC Prepared R 1 I N S 0 29Fresh

,;'t'Jt I Lake Alabama Butler are and visiting Long relativesof Bridge. Crust]MIX FOR POI Large Box

Marlon Moody, Cheater's father,
Is in the hospital after having *
. I 16
\ 4 8-oz Box
( undergone an operation. Fresh Roasting Ears White Floating Soap
,tl" Little Ronnie and Donnie Kite 'is / SWAN
f. .
are enjoying a nice vacation visiting Brisk. Refreshing! I
1 ...1
,;j ., \.ir their aunts In Jacksonville. 4 9; 1 rtaarcu LIFTON'8 Corn 5 Ear, 2ge Soap
Stafford Crews and Mrs. Ma- '.
\ ... /IlOr-
ble Sapp were called to the bed- Tea
' 1 aide of their brother, Pliny Crews Yellow Reg Cake
.y4 61e"
r In Fort Myers, who was very %-Lb '
:, $ PHARMACIST sick last week. He la Improving Onions 3 Lbs 19c The Fragrant SoapCASHMERE -

I ," nicely now.Spencer : Eelbeck Water Ground BOCQCEI
i Phone 64-=STARKE Crews from the State te Cuban. .
(;t < On-the-Mtnit Service Farm was visiting Pete Sapp ,dre "- \ Meal I 1.Lb 18c
I over the weekend. e Soap
1 Eelbeck Avocados 2
'rti ..... .. ... T 1 0 Folks of Long Bridge are glad FN- {forBunches 19 '
:.r- 1
.' Grits 1%-Lb 19c Green Top Reg Cake II 2

FIRST X RAY Bus I Chill Seaaonlng-

i? ,1 ACT NOW ./ FOR CANCER iMexene i/2! -o% 14c S.C C.or Elbcrta r 0 I 5 2 19 e White OCTAGON Grains GRANULATID of Soap-



Food 33'

( SAVE 1 % DISTANT/ VILLAGES AND FARMS. l Crisp Iceberg _.'%. ___-. .-fl..... Lge Box _
J No 1 Can 13

.O BOOST ix ::1 | "Bis Master's Choice" Lettuce t t Lb 14C* For Tub OCTAGON or Washing SOAP Machlne-

New White
"' DOQ
'ffi "

[.j!! If heat with GAS this ROADSIDE F f /' FoodCALO Potatoes Flakes
I you are planning to 10 Lbs 49c

'? winter, get your order in NOW. Prices of SALES/ f 1 13 Lge Box 33cNo1Can

' Jt heaters have advanced 10 percent. However,

'kW" k'! WE WILL CONTINUE TO SELL AT THE G-E R.CODL/SHTS/ 1 New Revolutionary AJAX Cudahy Bros. PEACOCK Smo.. SkinnedHams


(c; l''r-US DURING TIlE MONTH OF AUGUST. STOP AND HOP eg Can II Half, Lb 59Wilsco


c.' ,: Save the Coupor. Wilsco SlicedBACON Mt. VermontPowderGON

I We Also Have On Hand A Good Supply Of z 5977
v Lb
i Ranges And- Hot Water Heaters PRICED RIGHT '' /I DEVICE '
J _. ." .. : .. 7gST$ RAQtO/ TUBES BY SHAKING Med Box 8' U. S. Gov't. Graded Baby


RULE GUESSWORK OUT : ser Can 9V c Lb 59C .

L -It PAYS To TRADE With SLADE- Jl/ CP 6-E PRODUCTS. Makes Cleaning Easy I II

I Zero Qt 20c Tender _

Slade Gas Co., INC. t You can put your conffteac fit _. For Unit Lustrous Pkg Finish 13c Rib Steak Lb 69 Med. Size :FreshShrimp Lb 39c

; GENERAL < ) ELECTRIC Hand Soap 4 Sirloin. .., T-Bon. S __11
m Meaty
213 E. Call St Starke, Fla. Phone 121 I Skat 1-Lb lOc Steak Lb wi

Ri I H..r ,A. .4 W.''..n.w,.IVfC N.lwert .,..,tll.,NiA,.?CI ,. c..., 0 79C steak Lb 89c Spareribs> AScT


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PAGE AEVZ 4rases.


, On their vlalt her, the AMOCA-:
CONGREGATIONAL a e . . e Reserve Officers NE1-4 of Sect 13, Twp 8 So., the Virginia field secretary, read tlon wa entertain and offered
METHODIST Leads Revival 1 Range' 22E.L. in part: "Those of us who were refreshments In the School Annex 1,' ,
Newssmit GrahamBy Entitled To Leave A. Davis to Richard P. Stub. fortunate enough to make the building; (old USO)* "' r1 s
torch Services every Saturday night f;''''' '," bins, Starke: Lot 8 of Blk D of tour of Florida enjoyed every .
Sunday morning: and Sunday night. ,, ,," Mr*. John McKlnney For Active DutyA Pine )Hurst Sub-Dlv. in Sect 28, minute of it and only regret that The old Ltln word for money. 1
11 a. m. and 8 p.,, m., at Congregational "' Twp 6 So.. R 22E In Starke. we could not have had more time I :
Episcopal school teacher ;who Is a reserve folks. It wasa -"pecunla. from which we get
Methodist Church with
on Dennis L. Jones of BradfordCo. to spend you
,a Lee Youngblood left Monday officer In the armed services our word "pecuniary" cams ;
Brownlee Road. kt"v
Rev. :
Vicar J. W. Gritfl to Alonzo S. Leath of Jax., delightful experience
Simmons, *, B.D.. Pastor. ; :" for his home in Sarasota. He was Is entitled to leave of absence Lot 5. Elk B of "The Haven" a that all Of us will long remember." from "pdcu ", meaning cattle. .I
August. 13- called to the bedside of his daughter with pay when called to .i' 1ft
.'" Sub-Dlv. In the NW1-4 of the r i
Holy Communion PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS \ Mrs. John McKlnney.\. She 1better active duty for training during the John F. Fredrlksson. Clay Coun
School this ten months' period of service re1-
at writing.
Church i Prayer and CHURCH \' ty, to Harry J. Eby, Jr., Keystone ,'
Morning Mrs Leon Wynn and children quired of teachers. Attorney General '
10th St. and Heights: property on the
aepangplentytOt j1
Temple Ave. 1'I We ;
left Friday for Cairo, Ga. to vlsil J. Tom Watson has ruled. ;
for Sunday School 9:43: a. m.; MornIng shores of Lake Geneva lying and I I
Is open daily : her sister who is very 111. Mr. Watson explained that all 2$,
church In the NW 1-4 of
Worship 11 a. m; Evangelistic Mrs.\. Will Melton and son. Gene,, of the state being \ I II
meditation officers or employees :
22 B. E: r
nd marks the Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone Twp. 8 so., range improve your \
her niece,,
minI Sunday welcome. of Waldo were visiting or of the several counties or municipalities Henry Hution of Starke to C.

g- I Mrs. John McKlnney, Sunday af. of the state, who are A. Knight Starke, lots 7. 8, 9 1 't'I I
: ternoon. officers, "
commissioned reserve are' in blk. 3 In Oahagan Sub-Dlv In
on the third Sunday of Gypsies came originally from '. Mrs. Maude Crave is upending entitled to leave of absence not to NE 1-4 of SE 1." of Sect. 21, ,' I
India, not
I I Egypt.HEAR
nth at 8 a.m. a few days with her son and exceed seventeen days in any one ;Twp. 6 So., range 22 E (s- e !

S.--- L"----- eae '{:.". daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, annual period, without loss of pay, I W. P. Jones, Bradford County, .. -'jf / ,.) '
3r Tom Graves, at Sampson. while they are assigned to active to Titus Olson, Starke: NE 1-4 t ;' I Il' ,

BILL PIPER ,,' \..! Henry Osteen of Plant City t It duty pursuant to their commlsstona. of NW 1-4 of Sect. 22, Twp. 6 ... \. !
'''' spending two weeka with his sis- So. range' 22 E. except B acre 'i t
ter. Mrs. John Surrency. Enlisted men who are membersof in SB comer, containing 3$ acres, .r.. .- I

OF THE Bill Piper' Mrs Lizzie Hines left last' the National Guard and are more or less .: I'*I
called Into training are provided W. P. Jones of Bradford Cty., < '
to visit O .
The Hampton Youth for Christ week for High Springs ; "
Fuller Evangelistic FoundationAT Is sponsoring a nine day revival her daughter Mrs. Della Osteen. for In a similar provision of the to Oeo. Kopelousos Starke SW "" 'I f: J
statutes Mr. Watson declared. 1.4 of SW 1.4 of Sect. IS, Twp. \1 1 ,
beginning Saturday, August 21,, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Melton 22 E., containing .:
THE in the Hampton Christian Church. of Fairbanks were visiting Mr, 6 So., range f ;I

Bill Piper, forceful evangelist of and Mrs. John McKlnney Sun Motorcycle Club 40 acres, more or less. .and still L' 1 e- 1. \, ,

ChurchAug. the Fuller Evangelistic Foundation day afternoon. .. ? l
Hampton Baptist will be the speaker. He !Lathe Albert Willis has returned Formed In Starke; I Thanks Received ( t )k'

brother of Elmer Piper, who Plans ActivitiesA Official selling youElectricity ,
the Hospital .
home from Shadycrest Fron. County '
8:00 P. M.
21 to Aug. 29 -
led a successful union revival in -Hi ,
where he spent 16 days. ;
club, the Reception HereA I t 1
motorcycle purposeof For
Sponsored By Hampton several month ago. seems to be better at this writ ,( j
The meetings of the revival,, which Is to promote group motorcycle .. .
Hampton Youth for Christ which is scheduled to end August ing.Flake activities as well as safety letter from the field secretary ,"_ r 4.+ ,I'. i,
29 will be held each night. Watson left for Bay Pines on the road, was formed In of the League of Virginia P
.. .
- ----- this week to be treatedfor received by the
--- A cordial Invitation to attend I Is Hospital Starke recently. At present the Counties was CeA ,: \
extended to all. an Infected leg. We wish hima organization has 12 members, but Chamber of Commerce this week QI.nll1l& .

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE"I. speedy recovery. plans are being laid to expandthe which thanked the Chamber for :t. 1 ,
Clarence Melton of Starke membership In the near fu the "wonderful hospitality" shown Hwcn iiiMiT : ;
ChurchJesus > I
Baptist 24 ;
June k
preached at the Christian Church members of the League
The Heart of Town Aad Isj The Heartsof "
ture.The of the National j
He delivered awonderful when 300 members
Sunday night. participated In Its 1
The People"A had requirements to be group Officials .
Association o! County 1I" 1\\
met by those who would be His sermon. first planned trip on motorcycleslast In (;
visit .
45 minute .
Oacal Melton of Brooker was made a
Southern Baptist Church For All People disciples, these requirements are Sunday when they left StarkeIn .
the: same today for those who visiting his cousin Mra. John the afternoon for a visit to Starke. .. \
Sunday.Hartmann Luclan Connor, executive secretary ,
would follow Him. Sunday mornIng McKinney, Silver Springs. They returned
Studs! School 9:45: Training Unions 6:45 for the, Starke Chamber of, t
Worship Evening Happy Hour the message by the Pastor Sunday night. Commerce said the letter was t'' ;
Morning at the First Baptist Church will Company'Enlarges Officers elected to head the tokens of I :
of the appreciation
one many
11:00 8:00 be "The Requirements of a Chris. Factory; club were Austin Bell, president, received from member of I IO6DDIN (
tian": Sunday evening at 8 the O. J. Underhill, vice-pres.. Herbert the Association's party. & I

SUNDAY MORNING: "Requirementsof Rev. Lewis D. Haines will use I Adds To PersonnelThe Flllyaw, sec-treas.? and Coley Un- The letter from W. B Speck, :
Down" Members of I
the text "If-Chrlst-Come derhill, road captain. '
a buildIng
For the evangelistic message of large concrete block the program committee are Bob- -

SUNDAY EVENING;: "If Christ' the evening. The Happy Hour begins located on Washington St. by Hall Russell Eberle, and Frank :r J
Come Down." at 8 p.m. with the singing near the SAL depot was leased Miller. !
af gospel hymns aAd' choruses requested this week by Eddie Hartmann,, Duet t1teHe: ojfaTh'I CCC POWDER ; 1!

by the congregation led owner and manager of the Hart Duck Season killSt ,hiM !
Mb.lt The Church With The Vlxltlng Pastor" 3y the piano-organ duo. mann Manufacturing Company. \ '
The plant constructs furniture, And Bag Limit ,
Sunday School at 9:15: with i ; +t
and other wood products.The .
departments and classes for all Remains The SameThe .f '
I :
iges. Training Unions at 6:4T'training : newly leased building '. b i
It i
'' owned by the Bradford County, I I t,
In church membership" U. S. Department of Interior ,f I
GUNTER & SON 'or all age groups. I farm Bureau, will be used byIIr. has granted Florida duck [( ( 1 "'1'. )!'\: :, i' f I II'
\ Hartmann for the finishing ( i ,
hunters another 30-day season
Midweek service will be "Eches -
> from the State Camps" by'the .und paint spraying of his furni with limits the same as last year ; .r

t MONUMENTS MARKERS : young people who have at ture. Also for the first time despite efforts to have the season ,
tended. since the Company's founding lengthened and bag limits enlarged p # ( 'I'' t
VAULTS there ,will be a local display of Director Ben C. Morgan, J ;I
welcome awaits all ,
A friendly 7/h .
Mr. Hartmann said t
It* products. nf the State Game and FreshWater t ..t.
who worship at any of the services would be to the 'I
the display open announcedthis
at tKla church and visit the public and that purchases could be J I

," r hurch: with the visiting Pastor made there. Most of the Compa week. NOW it a good time to O7'i; '
Federal migratory regulations i
Will Save You From 10 to 20 I ny's products are marketed out Fire Iniur-

3 Percent On Any Thing You Se At The TabernacleOf nf town at present.An ,that just Florida's announced mourning, also dove disclose check your "10% DDT perfect answer to bedbug problem' *,ft I

lect. Interest to the young people, for which Invention he Is of securing Mr. Hartmann's a patent.Is ,. hunting season has been shortened enc policies. says V. 5. Department of Agriculture> > k .

specially, at the Tabernacle was a folding breakfast nook witha 15 days and the dally coot FREE SERVICE lowyou: can '..p rid of hard new GOO Poirda with Wfc f t :' ; ,
We Can Duplicate Any he Saturday night meeting. There of five. The bag limit has been reduced from ...-..111 InMct pelts | POT.Bust(U undo stoh*.mm tie if''\. fir'j
DELIVERY seating capacity '
LICK 2f to 1ST The duck, gone and Ett.rmlnat. roach. ... rugs. la cracky and ar dcu.- r '
ota .
vas special music consisting entire table and two benches fold hl., snta, ilvwflah. less, body; wbwaTav Insect* nut th.a .,.: ,'t, 'I
In From 3 To 30 Days Edna and Leonard coot season will extend from De- tare H own i lioimpcitn. ''t-
Stone Or Marker duet by Into a four inch standard wall, i ; I.1! . and assay other com- I
J..* J Jlfa i I I
ooatac *r
llCJe (Cetfiber! 10 to January 8. Four ; .
solo -
and by I
Nbegel, a piano
The cabinet U only 38 X 56 t r
months to caawl
oath j
ducks can be bagged/ in a day and ...yl Jail sprinkle fl
Johns, who also
10:30 A. M. Kathy pre. The manufacturing company .
'pedal Hours On Sunday 3:30 to I .
hunting will be permitted the ANIMALS v.: ,
sided over the meeting. And has 10 employee, two of USE ; r
2:30: to 7:00 P. M. now first five days of the season but Charley E. Johns d 'IJ
her first )
though was experence which are expert furniture paint rxt-flf your dot-thoruahlrt t On. .. rt.r taufModful COO I I
in leadership, she handled sprayers newly added to the force will be closed each Monday and Agency Powder kill. the pests wh..dustad thru hair. U..oo doA ate. *II 11'
LimitsP. and Tuesday thereafter. The goose ahrnp but not on >ta. t I ,r,
Located On Highway 200 At South City he: service with the poise \dditlonal help to aid spraying VIA.prMntln f
bag limit remains the same as PhOM ,18 -
fficlency of a grown up. In expected to be added later. v
O. Box 572 Starke, Fla. There were also choruses and last year, one dally. ..4 Sistrunk Feed & Seed Store lj!

Bible Quiz contest on "Bible t
In '
; :
Marriages", in which the young U. S. Air ForceOpportunities Starke, Fla. ff ,

ipople won over the older group Receive Assistance OpenThe ... *THE TRAVCLCNS, Hartford 11, 'i

jy two points.An From Welfare Board
'q j jar
I INTEGRITYof object lesson on "Teamwork" -- U. S. Air' Force announcedthis :I 1 I

land the Bible Quiz) was given Approximately 805 citizens of week that: U .,'
conduct and dealing with better 5V Rev. Wilbur A. Scott of the Bradford County-aged, blind, ((1)) Wartime-qualified aviation 31il? t I
thoughtfulness and economy in all our Mr. received assistance cadets whose for :l'
Hampton Baptist Church. and minor pet sons- hopes pilot I g t ttC
serving-these mark the reputable Scott's ability as a leader of'oung through: Florida's welfare training with the Air Force were tkethe '{4.d.'f\
quality of this well known firm. people was plainly marked nroRram during July, Rev. S. E. ended by the curtailment of the \ II I

And the older group was deeply Sparks( who Is a board member, program, In 1941-45 may be re- I ', I I '.
with his laid this week. Instated. I I
"*' impressed message. earnt f-'GlCI2d. oJ j.
: .
Regular services throughout the In the state as a whole assistance (2)) The Air' Forcd will turn out .

week as usual.Methodist. rendered during the month 3,000 pilots who will be trained I
DEWITT C. JONES almost unchanged regarding '
remained during the coming year. ( "
I STARKE!!: PHONE 7 Church the number of cases servo (3) A traveling Air Force team _A&& why I

AMBULANCE SERVICE ed'and amounts of money expended will be at the Jacksonville Alt t

Mr. J, T. Quigley Sponsor of compared with the previoui Force Recruiting Station. 25Cpostofflce
Funeral DirectorOur month, he added. In the three 13 and
building August

local funeral home enables us to will the Gospel preach Tabernacle the Sunday In Methodist morning Starke, major Board groups 102,678 served persons by the receivesassistance Welfare 14. Detailed Information on any MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLET'STHAN 1

offer conveniences and services nototherwse sermon at the Starke F. Simmons totalling $::1.065,567.Tho..p of these phases can be obtained
available. Church. Rev.
recipients Included 40,84(1( at the Recruiting Station In Jacksonville -
Rector of Saint Mark's Eolscopal children in 16,601 homes where k h
Starke, will OTHER CAR
Church In ANY
tumleh the hlghes type service at the lowest price aij aid to dependent children grants :
the Sun 14!
t: ANT con be guest speaker The over-all,
ANT life Insurance policy in force, issued by had been approved. Recent Deeds 1
. II payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation day evening service.* Increase In money expendituresamounted '
i Rev. J. R. Hill, pastor of the to .95 percent while f
no obligation. the deeds recently p
Is 10 day Among COMPARE and Positive-Action Hydraulic Brakes i I'
Methodist Church. on a the increase in number of case recorded In the court house the values: compare ,' ,
,-, ---- '---- vacation and visiting his home In the"rpcedlnr ctiooii Chevrolet! plus another major quality
--- -- -- amounted to .87 percent over were: Kathleen' M. Botsford and the prices; and you'll many ..
"* 'Iu.YIINIAWI11W1wUl, '' '' ,''In."IIIU'.I..U""I'W'.UllUlI''UIII".II'm." "' '... "..... :....UI IIWYIIYLYIIWMNIYWIW, i Coleman, Fla. : month of June. Increased C. H. Botsford of Woodbury to For to compare the value i is to know aJoanlafe still not 'available in any 'I"I i

'Most EverythingTo Hours for the week's services. living costs and decreased V. O. Bridges. Starke: Startingat that only Chevrolet brings you the Big other motor car in its field r'

I are: employment continue to be the the NW corner of Sect 3, twp. Car riding-smoothnei of the original And to compare the price U to ,' t
Build Repair or Remodel Sunday, 11 a.m. Morning Service major( factors responsible for the 22E So, .j
I 7 So., South range run and outstanding Unitized Knee-Action know that Chevrolet price are the
increases it was said. 526.4 ft. to a pt.. said pt. being andownl in the field and that Chev t14'
the Big.Car performance /
TIXSRS: READYMIXH Sunday, 8 p.m. Evening service The monthly figures do not where Sect. line crosses E aidf"of Ride ..
-- Sunday School 10 a.m. Youth show,, ]Mr.!, Sparks pointed out, the State Rd. no. 28, for a P. O. B.: dependability of a world' champion rolet value continue to be the highest !

H ::: C Fellowship at '7 p.m. Midweek number of persons receiving social thence in a SEly course along Valve.in-14ead engine the Big-Car. in its field I i

Prayer Service 8 p.m. Wednesday. services of various kinds E side of said State Rd. 1064 ft, beauty and luxury of the enviable That' why Chevrolet is S America's

A .._ .ems 0 vhlch are performed each month thence 856 ft to SIB cor. of the Body by Fisher. the Big-Car safety No. I car; that' why its' the car for' i j jof

N Presbyterian Church \bv welfare visitors and other NWl-4 of the NW1-4 of sect 3. Fisher Uniiteel Body-Corutruction you I k
R i members of the staffs.In .
Twp. '7 So., range 22E; thence N
C Rev Leslie f* Sheppard, Chaplain Bradford County 445 aged on Quarter Sect. line 949 ft.

D > at the State Prison, will I oersona received 17.571; 326 de- thence W 1301.8 ft. to P. O. B. ,

Dirt washes right offfj, :preach the Sunday sermon at 11 oendent minor children whose and lying In the NW1-4 of NW1.4 t
o'clock at the Presbyterian Churchin parent or parents were unableo of Sect.3 Twp.7' So. range 22E,
with Starke In the absence of Rev. provide their needs received and containing 24.91 acres moreor am.
A walls painted T'R J. Warren Kaufman, who Is vacationing <5,7fl950; and 20 blind persons less. 1 I

In Corning. Pa. "ecelved 1731.AntiAircraft. Cecil Manning of Starke to 1

SntmwiM.Wit.UAm E T. L. Monk of Starke: Beginning '

ST. EDWARD'S Vets at middle of line E of lot 3 of II'SfI..I..1. filS'l.. Thrgls.lain J1IrIftI 11RSi.i. ,....,.. Isolrl). NOT fa AM-lM.Sdhnl !

E SEMI-LUSTRE CONCRETE CATHOLIC CHURCH Offered Positions Blk 29. Peek's addition and run You just can't bat. ids TWa't nothu tike a-... You will be pWocUy am W Ywwtedy.uthnlywjT.q.y{ ) a
Sunday Mass 10 a. m. In NWly direction to a pt. 33 ft i/iM UniUwd KnM-Action Ut'i _lei', champion V.K.. ,..., w', bautyd.ed.thip the Mi laftty racactMef f I '
' A."J WALL FINISH B Sunday School 11 a. m. Veterana who were. anti-air N of SW cor. of lot 4 of BIk.29 Oidinc".Ride fe'I"! for real. rUin.. uvH.aaYn>iM (or thrila.twise,""* eew scarvfcn the Faker. UrwUal Body-Cta*, y t i. ;}I
Week Day Mass 8:30: a. m. In of the of above said addition, then run .mo tMw-wltn.dwory I thrift. It hold* all racordf for"iiuUa wa :s.dous9.JtbyfaSwrs wued.ntheIJetWKtw.
X.ovelr craft artillerymen any
color.l', Pastor. all kinda of Mtvad and ewnon Mtifud. .> and this mot dawabJe all acttoa Rid awl Pbtiti.. '
CXDowd. thenE sad
-Father John N to NW cor. said lot -.v_ say
D offered grades ... Br.kr'f'
GnOIIIae L service are being this' It embodies that mtraound. car boiliai- .ciIuI 'fraaa Actian Hydrufiaaathar
beds Mm*?. ;p A I up to technical sergeant by the 100 ft. then So. to P. O. B.. .'hmaus....1 "KM end raimnJm..A tMblcUawhan MTV....l.. ...... end.ut-MaralUU lambinanon. .. fasturaa h J Jt
0 CEMETERY WORKING Regular Army.Antiaircraft. also" lot 0.9.7 of BIk 29 of Peek'saddition. mcluam to a.-Iet.... YJ./Mf..l chips found only on OwvTsJat sued.nly in Clmulaa
O There will be a Cemetery WorkIng veteran of the nor ........ can. only. in eoauiar cars and hifh r-pncad.can. ....w.t-Orked- ,

at Dedan Church on Thursday Army. Navy Marines, or CoastGuard J. W. Prevatt to Louise 8.
0 C August 19. All interested can find out what their Wainwright of Stark: the Wl-2 I J

ANNISs person are urged to attend and qualification entitle them to be of the 8W1-4 of tile NE1-4 of e -IS FIRS' Sf''

R K com equipped with tool to do by getting In touch with the Army Sect: T, Twp 7 So.. range' 22E. CHEVROLET-.wgdy

the work. and Air' Force Recruiting Office, except 2 acres knbwn a* Oak
s BUILDING SUPPLIES S located at 250 Post Office Building Ridge Cemetery, being In the NE
INCo2t The hairspring in "a lady** Jacksonville or by callingfor corner of above described lands CHEVROLET CO.
K Bex wristwatch I t. leas than 1-3 the an appointment telephone as per plat In Deed D. Pg.720 of TORODE
+ 2g 4S W. Mala 8t.. South P. a diameter of an averse human number 4-7111. extension 180. Public record of Brad.Co., Fla.

GAINESVILLE: 1XA. M hair and vibrate 18,000 times an containing 18 acres, more' or Us*. STARKE FLA.A'GL'ST .

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,'$ WAGE EIGHT _. r- AtGttSAPP'S
irrl readers.., ..Ood bless you Land Mrs. J. J. RlJTga and family of cll in the regular City Election of. The
to discover love and this one Is easy. many Government Mrs. evKaufman ,
before. Readers are apt quilts Jacksonville visited Mr. and Sept. 14. I have been a residentof and
... ,
Unique Column such useful bits of informa- Try my recipes wearing aprons all Love Available For Lease W. T. Thompklna over the weekend Starke for around 25 years are +l
Written By Lura tion a. "Try a teaspoon of lemon like mine and also having some -LURAFlorida and have never held any public of AUl'U8t In"ho Co spen4'-t'
juice in pie crust to make It of my bobbles Life can never Approximately 1750 acres ofGovernmentowned office. If elected I promise to do ..
(Continued from page one) flaky" or "I have found that grow stale or we reaUy grow old FarmersSet land located In FOR CITY COUNCILTO !whatever I can to help curtail
i afternoon. gasoline will kill ringworm. I if we have an Interest In life and High RecordOn Marlon County, south of Ocala, THE VOTERS OF THE CITY' expenses so that city taxes will
the sun this December know too that kerosene with a do things constructive"Yes STARKEI
of the Is being made available for lease OF not be further Increased, and reduced -
That was the beginning Hill. bit of vinegar will kin head lice life will never grow' dull Conservation according to Colonel Willis E. hereby announce mr candl- If possible I wish to take
re-born column from demand or body lice." for Lura, and many a Telegraph Teale of the Corps of EngineersIn dancy for the office of City Coun- this opportunity to thank the vo- fay botU"'f t
the popular Floridafarmers the
Yielding to well Occasionally out of sheer exuberance reader has caught some of her Twenty-three thousand Jacksonville.The ers for the nice vote given me ... eollhy,
M of her many friends, as aa Lura will enthusiasm and learned participated In the 19..1 cil.I'm of age, \ "e'
readers, Lura resumedher of good spirit. Infectious proposal calls for lease twenty-five years for this office) in the City electionof deal to," eanbNronm
'r unknown sprinkle her column with the exclamatlon"Wboopeel" how to derive pleasure from the agricultural conservation program am a life long resident of the last year and sincerely hope ,
and has been writing of the land for a period of from
letters to R. S. Dennis ex- "So
Every joy- little every-dny happenings that according: City of Starke. I attended the that I may again have 110 .
your sup qu..r.
since. to five at the option
jcc regularly ever of the to ecutive officer for the Productionand one years School and roUeetor
ful whoopee course cause come everyone. Bradford County High
her column Administration In of the bidder, and award of the port. ilea grnerallypr
Invariably starting Marketing Ga.I'm
l Atlanta
j spirits of her readers to soar Whether you need a new apron Emory University In
; with art Inspiring bit of beautiful until they are in just aa good pattern or a new outlook on life, Florida. lease will be made to the bidderlubmlttlna' a veteran of World War U -James A. Lewis (florida GOOd S" ,
''y verse Lura weaves a colorful humor aa Lura was when she write to Lura Burgess Mohr at "The conservation record made the highest accept- serving three years In the U. S. "v
: woof of life, working In a bit of wrote the lines. I Ponca, Nebraska. The reply you by these farmers," Mr. Dennis able bid.Colonel Army.I .
; i! said "was outstanding, and the Teale said that the land
4; her cheerful personal philosophy. 'I have a new quilt patternmy 'receive will doubtless be just what feel that I'm qualified and
y carried out will for lease is suitable\ for Stosracu
I tho latent doings at Clay Hill, and slater sent me" Lura recentlywrote you need, and will more than practices! they proposed If elected I will do everything'
in Increased of and pasture
t pi 'hap the fewest' recipe she "I will be' glad to send likely be signed In the style that result productivity agricultural purposes possible to benefit the majorityof
F ha tried and enjoyed the day 'l.It to anyone who wants It. I has long been familiar to her Florida soils They will result In land.Bid the voters at all times.I .
: more satisfactory crop yields and forms may be obtained to any
j I will not be partial
I In better soil maintenance In the
.2 from either the engineer In chargeat or faction and I
future. Of course, there remains group > person r
Roosevelt near Ocala or
Camp believe
to do :what I -
shall endeavor
'J-- fflt/ much to be done, but Florida I at the office of the District en- la the'honest thing to do.
farmers are making a good start gineer in Jacksonville. Your friend,
139i : In this matter of conservation -
important Bids will be received up until H. A. (Buddy) Bishop, Jr
I of our natural resources 10:00: a.m., Sept. 6, 1948. In the
YR sr ," office of the District Engineer, FOR CITY COUNCILI
A i Newest Sensation Wheels!I The PMA officer cited the following Corps of Engineers. 575 Riverside hereby announce! my candi- FRIDAY &: SATURDAY AUGUST
r r mercas on ( as significant example of !Avenue, Jacksonville. dacy for the office of City Coun i 13th

conservation work done by Florida .........; r-___ _' 0 -.oo
of ------------ WORLD'S BEST
farmers with the assistance Great
,, the federal In 1947: I PURECOFFEE North
"' 'Y' '
13,050 farmers applied 82,643
; tons of superphosphate to soil-Im' LET IT RAIN.
'ltl8o 11'2
HarleyMlUCHTWEIGHT. : proving crops and pastures, 341: BEAN

\\M! !!"..;;, , .. ,> ;- rock and colloidal phosphate and Why Worry 1 lb. paper bag'
,SINGLE CYLINDER;bsdtt 1M mitts brftsl.PUBtrfactertr Motorcycle>*e es basic slag to improving crops and 2
pastures, and 2,930 farmers applied Ibs. 3
lr 87,730 tons of liming material to 39cOCTAGON
i"k their soil and put It In condition Keep Clothes Dry With

,."".., < for growing legume.
........1 I Farmers In northern and north-
western Florida planted a record- JELUAny
breaking 111.208 acres to' winter
,J *MOTOISing I.
legumes last fall,and of that total 'DeMoist
"' 4 unit motor and trantmlMton. Flavor
103,905 acres were planted to lupine
,..flI Air-cooled Soap or Powder
2-cycU, tingle cylin 49,709: acres were cleared and
a der.Aluminum head. prepared for new pastures, 23,374 3 for 2!
,; b v' iG.'' *TRANSMISSION .0 acres were sodded or sprigged with SOAKS UP MOISTURE LIKE A SPONGE. 3 for 25c
j Thr..'f p..>d.. approved grasses and 612,380 RETARDS MOLD AND MILDEW.
Conrtontmahp.ars.Foot pounds of grass and legume seed CHECKS DAMAGE FROM DAMPNESS.
thift. were planted on 39,110 acres of Swift'sPREI
*IGNITIONWa pasture land. DOES NOT DRIP Any Regular
342,285 of and
pounds grass
f with
terproof, 6-pole
legume seed were used to re-seed '
i'' hunt generator voltage depleted pastures,233,934 acres of BREAD

battery regulator and, storage coil Here it is everybody's motorcycle and from work, school I, store, pasture were mowed or choppedto A 12 oz. bag for $1.25 12 oz. tit

", a lightweight, gentown, on trips to distant places. control weeds, and 1,390,000 14c eachSimply
TIRES-3.23x19", linear feet of surface water: control '
uine that will Smooth Can Be Used Over And Over By
*BRAKES.:... 5" In. Harley-Davidson thrilling performance ditches were constructed In grazing 41cHeavy
t.rnal expanding take you places safely, conven- with miles of enjoyment at pen- area Drying In A Hot Oven.

,* bralc.on each wheel. iently, quickly and economical. nies of cost! Dependable per. 1,187,800 linear feet of terraces -
*SPEEDOMETER ly. Handles easily and rides sonal transportation at real savings were constructed on western Florida Standard PackTOMATOES
farms to
control erosion.
Built Into headcomfortably.. Ideal for going to Come in and see it today!. 6,111 farmers made new seeding!! A New Shipment Of Plastic Kitchen WortBRIDLI
Q lamp housing. of summer legumes on 113,461 Items Just Received.See .
a, v C78 farmers harvested 10,163,000 Them In Our Show Windows. i

pounds of legume seed from 13,700. 2 no. 2 cans

Cycle Shop acres.9,030 farmers applied 06,643,939 KOCH DRUG STORE J eacl
pounds of minor elements such as
Temple Are. &: 10th St.Stuart's Starke, 1 la. manganese, zinc, copper, magnes-

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lum and Iron to their soils -- ----------,:-----000ffY

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HAMS Crowder PEAS A lbs.2



{k.. ; Pure LARD 25c ( MEAL or GRITS


PATABSCO 'Pure Rich c '

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',1 Clicquot Club E. 49c c'p SATISFACTION


OWN No. 2K Heart' Delight 37cBREAD"

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