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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 3, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Recently;;; the Telegraph published an article pointing OFficial Countu Publication Established III 1811 :!

desirabilitY of having at least 1,200 acres of straw- I\!

the: planted in Bradford County this fall. I. LtliESE'!: ,L.:. T" SFA1tKSt. FLORIDA '" zDAhi: rutaai S. isis NUMBER FORTY-sDC t II

The article met with a favorable response, but several .. '


n3 a money little have financing maker pointed because,out due that to of the, some the fact prolonged of that our lal growers:wet season weather might was Polio Precaution It's Closed Range 3To 1 Everyone On Labor Lays Day Mon.Off BHS Term' StartsI I I



a cut productioa to the Herbert bone.In .Deal County Supervisor for In Telegraph Straw Ballot Tile majority of Starke merchants .
COflflCt1. Taken '
thh By County the Courthouse sad tile
that he is at ; Here Next '
Administration Monday
armers home announces .. L L'u City hall ,1U all beo closed for
for fall loans. Almost three to one BradfordCounty contribution to tragic nignwaycollisions.
taking applications crop the I Labor Day next Monday, Se-pt. 6.
bob on
time for Thy up
closed
wants
a ranee
to farmers. Mr. Deal
"These loans are available says, No Known Cases road u"lexpectedly In the path The merchants' closIng w. J '

mean by, that. If your source of Income is, from Uvestock. of several speeding automobiles decided .t a meeting' of Stacks New System Of Registration Used .'
we th" outcome
At least that was
the major portion of your time being spent on the conducted from both directions. Ir one of merchants earlier thIs year taken To Make School Opening (I 1
ing The or Telegraph survey
following atate-t wa" a
of income derived from '
the major portion your the drivers hits the cow he must the Meft'lIant. Division of the
and yol are eligible for an operating loan through released tt.ls'Hk by Dr. A. Y.CoyLngton. which brought forth reaction from compensate the owner who la Chamber of Commerce met tDdIM'IIA" Easier Than Past .
;in then 182 Bradford Countlans-a num- '
head of the Bradfol'lI .1'
cannot borrow the money you need any- responsible for the care ot his (loelng dte..
ffice I if you County 1Ilth Departmf'ati her larger' than ten percent of
community at a reasonable rate of cattle. But no one sees the County officials stated tbat !f\\
own supervlsor t
near your the Telegraph's weekly circulation. school .
e in or At the present time", there are With 37 teachers, two principals, a ,
,.t and terms." no knon active Cases .f PoLkThyeiltk The actual count on the informal owner nor his helper guarding Courthouse! oftle" would be and an expected enrollment of 1.100 students Bradford High 'I' !

Growel's who find themselves' In need cf financing for In Bradford Coullty. ,vote was 135 for a closed th..m." closed. 1\londay Clerk' of the Cir.cciii School ((1nIud1ng Starke Elementary) is prepared to open I

want Information In 're- .. for The 182 ballots returnrd eIther Court Al. Thom announced "
who
season and more There are thought to be sow. range-47 an open range. next Monday for full school day. .
a
pJanting! that his office woul.1 be :
insured mortgage or direct Farm Ownership! r"ld.nb, of this county ,,'ho m.y, No votes were cast for the present In person or by mall. represented opec action of"high school principal ,; !
the 1 transact Thanks to the farsighted
from to to
to noon m.
the FHA office still be North Carolinor system of County determination. s number more than ten percent p. .
contact Mr. Deal at on Thompsont v"oItinc I his second at BaS, the
may routine bUlllne-" C. S. Partin, who Is servIng year
or the 1700 circulation of the
of each week. This j Is the only day that << othPl' areas "he-re Polio I I''" listed for '
t Monday high school students are registered and already
lasiMoivy
on ballots Telegraph. Many of thOSP casting City Clerk ('al'l Johns said i
continuing 1\ledl- written the
hours In Starke since his office also v.ry pr..valeat. Comments on
Deal has office cal kno"lt'dp regarding thtrnemlisslun .. ranged from Scripture quotations a straw ballot signed their name, that the City lIali would clas4es. Mrs. Grace Osborne, principal of the elementary \
In Northeast Florida
countieS'
a practically all of the time. of this disease. I" atlll to notes such as, "To have closed especially when more than one observe the holiday.Alligator school! has been registering elementary tudentlf all of this.week. I
of
the
in the field much vote Indicated on a ballot.
jeiS very vague.A range\ means starvation for the was i
date things look favorable for a substantial in- And ot the voters meant School will begin Monday .
some
t'p to recent conference wall h..11I little man". One reader who cast t
e in berry acreage here this year. Weather conditions by Mr. A R. MeRac Supprllltt'nd.nt Ills ballot In person stated that a bu.lnesSJ-they put the words Creek I morning, Sept. 6, at 8:'40 a. ( I

have been generally favorable, and plants are available of Public Instruction and closed range would increase the "quallrled voteI'll" on their ballot m. It will consist throughout 1 '.

r present time. The Chamber of Commerce office in Dr. A. y Covlngton the County, population five or six" times The question of the ranges waa L the year of a 80 minute home :

e f is serving as a clearing house for information con- Health oftl..r. regarding IIC'hoolattftndan because farming woud be more brought to a crux when open Meeting Called U UT room period, five one hour. 1;
'e i
plants Growers who want to know where to obtain of any children seecntty '- protltable. range Bradford' County Rave PutIcr classes and a 30 minute lunch" 4 ,

ng should contact the C of C office in Starke. retrrnlng from E'ph..mlcare A straw ballot for the survey Warren .n advocate for a perlocl.-School will be out for "
closed r
Statewide range an over-
I Simply all a p..cautlon.ry was; published. Deadline In last for week'postmarked Tale.graph. whelming majority In the May; By Senator Johns ,the day at3 p. m.. 1r ,

Exceeds ExpedationI m..rethe foDowl"g rmmrndatlonll ballots was noon Wednesday. 2:1: Second Primary. TIj11t T- The''sch' ol building 'wontlookthe '

jistration : will be enforced M Although the straw vote walt 1 The ballot was an effort on The 'following communication same as it did to the : ,

:.regards. school attendance: In no ;way official and the informality I the pa t.. or the Telegraph to reurdl" the stoppage of work partfnc- students last June.. ii, I

In Three (I) Children returning: from of the vote left opportunities I determine the sentiments of the on the Alligator Creek clearing Rooms 'halls and offices have I

241 Register Days areas v.hpre Polio h.. been un- for Inaccura<'les, It does seem to County In reaped to the fencIng project was received from State ., been redecorated, and many'

usually prevalent will not b.. .1- represent the trend of Bradford Senator Charley E. Johns yesterday teachers have scrubbed varnished. I

Mrs. E. K. lcd to attend school<< until atIPaMt County thought on the subject of cattle. Although neither of : and ft"l"h.d their own floors and ., ::1 : .
Bradtord County malell Ward Perryman t\\O weeks after their d.teof the County's State "f'preaentatlveshaJ'e
241 of open or closed range. The pri- walt. Another Improvement I. the
tint three daYIIIchedull'd %Irs. S. G. Denmark, Foster Shl To the CItizens ot Bradford .1""' t
red In the rptllrn. mary motive of those voting for as yet committed themselves addItion of seven brand new
17 day reglatra- Smith; and Mrs. Jessie L. Young. ((1)) Any ('hll Board la I numerous Inquiries
The Regi.ltratlon re- am having
'
period. Indications an that contacts of any known ease. ofI the 'danger or cattle on the high.Ways. Ifraph' poll was an effort to
1ponalble for the registration and and requests from citizens of Principal Partin said that the '"
1 hundred more than I Polio wilt he restricted to th..lr One voter, In a letter to determine the public opinion on
of registration cards Bradford County In regard to s1ltem of registration to be used 'j
rgtnally expected 780'youths eafe-keeplng home for a period 'Jntn turned echiight the proposed widening or Alligator this year would "save two weeks '
trek. they are over '
take the Courthouse two week" from last contact "Browalng' cattle are a major dprlrolons. I'ot
the present rate almost to Selective Service Board (5)) All other .00001 ppr"'mnt' ________n Creek. .e pushing and pulling to get the I"'

Bradford Countlanll will be Number 18, whIch serves Brad- .such a teachers. bios driven .ntl' Some of the property owners, Back To School students In the right classes of the I'

ford, Clay and Union Counties .. who have to give a deed for proper,.Ise," Since all high school
,red for the peace-time food-hanlU..rll.... who are cc School Taxes JumB Five Mills
when the last day for regis- with Its headquarters In Starke. turnIng from a ..pld..mlc area or the right ot way have objected atudent. who previously attended ., ":
The law requires the registration to the proJed. Colonial Florist BHS are already registered Mr.
n rolls around on September have been ront8C't" of a knowic'a'e f
of all mate persona who have As the citizens ot this county Partin' asked all new students to : t
,at estimate III balled on the "III b. prohibIted from Informally
hIt 211 males registered on reached the 18th anniversary of ..arrylnl out their duties for atI..a.t To Provide New Building Funds dB not understand why the pro- Opens register In the principal' offIce :

sy. Tuesday and Wednesor their blrthdate and who have not two weeks from last ,'ont&4't. led hall been stopped I am aakIng In New Structure next Monelay. 1 I

this! week. All youths reached the 26th anniversary of It l III further requested that all the ones .who are Interested AD Bradford High School stud.enta ,

en the Inclusive ages of 18 their blrthdate except for mern- .dllltll, recently returning truerpld.mlc Till' School Tax will jump five put up 114.51)2 In order to tE'celve'M.M8 to ''meet with me at the County Starke's Blew florist the Colonial (not elementary) filled out I

bars or the active armed service. tnlllll this makIng a total from the Stat. Thus the will bold an card last be. i.I i.
S are scheduled to complete, areas and whose. buqlrn's year ; courthouse next Tuesday Septt'mber Florist Shop, a registration year :
ration by September 18. The age; groups which have IIoI concerns the general pubtkrcetrlct mllblRe of 19. But tht'l'e's a good County will have UI,120: for the 7. at 10 a.m. to IrO before Informal opening next Monday.September I fore school let out for '

volunteer regl.ltrarll. ,who' yet to regIster, and the date of their activities for at I reason for It all. now bulldlnA'a. But the reserve the County Commissioners and 8. A ,more elaborate I vacaUon During the .ummer'I I
theIr follow fund I. no longer exl"tant, and the that the ,' school staff hOme : ,
established a registration 'l'f'glatratlon : east two weeks after .turn. "pcure their assistance 80 and formal opening Involving hleh compiled .
The School Board. at
In the County Commission- September 2 or September- 3 The health Department respect a meeting higher m1l1aj1e; is nf'ceftsary. his project can once again get distribution of invitations I. planed ,,- I room roat.rs and arranged classes i I ttI

eetlng room In the Court- -persons born In the year 1921. fully; requests the cooperation last SAturday. August 28, followed Superintendent or Public Schools starteet. for the next two or threewnk" I tD vol&crowdlng.Duplicate I of /$ J '
September 4 or September T a recommendation of the State! Arthur R. McRae stated this week Is the.regi.tratlon' cards ''w.re alsctP
said that 10 to 15 minutes all concerned lncarrying, out the Since the problem very COI1\> I ,' j : "I

equlred to ,fm out the ne -persons born In the year 1920. abov precautionary! .nwasuree., Department or Education and voted that .the, ml11age would.be be "the pIn ,andoII1nce.som ,ot. ,the cteri'totory' ;.'The'Illl\\( ,florist ,shop",,fa. 'COG. m. ;'.....:--..,., .1iO.< .. f .... ,.ft t i4rday"ar:40all ,.
.r.:
necessary''" for reglstratk "'September ,8: or Septem r. '9 I. y. Covington' M.'D.IlrHtor tl retain the propeescdud4tand same as last year If not lower : under question may com tuned 'in "A' newly completed and ....hellIcnt 1 oeD nJ4"n.\ .: '' ; ,
-persons born In' the year '1926 therefore the higher mlllsge If It were not for the Capital under Federal jurllldlctlon"l have : : f.th..studelta., ,
91 mates registered, health
onday -nradrord Df'p.rt.Rlt'nt -
County located
77 and 73 on September 10 or September 11 The reason for the higher budget Outlay proJrram." ItBked Charles E. Bennett Conrressman.norninee aspecially I constructed building 'nthe'upper .r.de.wtU, gather In ''I.' ,

on Tuesday -persons born' In the year 1927, and millage III to allow the County "Some Counties are In worse ot the Second on Nona Street lucas the the school auditorium.where, beginning JI l

11!day.ot the Circuit Court A.J. September 13 or September 14persons srhnol system to take rdvantagt' shape than Bradford because they )istrict. to meet wIth liS. I do Jones' Funeral lIome. n's equip- with the aenlo". the ,, '.:I{
the 1928 State Senator Johns of the State Foundation Program have levied the maxlum of 21)millis will be able be
s. head rej1lstra and chaIr- born In year not know yet If he went Includes a huge refrigerated homeroom rosten will called'I' I ,
;
U '16pt'rsons better known "II Capital Outlay. yet failed to make the out. A" their Is called thct' I
or the Registration; Board, September or September To Serve With Group to be preRent.A. flower box. the largest box m..n-. name I'IIutudents
is! of County born,In the year 1929 I I Under the Capital ,Outlay program matching outlay for .the Capital everyone knows we have are directed to proceed'r r
composed
E. K. Perryman and School September 17 or September 18persons Revisirig Elections the County will lock $14- Outlay program" 1\r McRassaid. seen able to secure'this through ufactured by KE'lvlnator, which to their home room where the' ;, ,' "

mtendent Arthur R. McRae born.'bf'twl.'rn January State Senator Charley E. Joh"" //lIiZ back In the cupboard and the "It scents to the School thE' klndneslI of the State Road will permit the shop to maIntain home room teacher wUl distribute f l'l'the 'at

,1 the work of the volunnrkera 1 and September 19. 1930. will leave Tuesday for Tsllahasseewllere 'State will send $30,068 to' keep Board that by mIlling the millage Department) and they have already In stock a laige and varied supply -' duplicate registration card.ontaining j : .

acting as rf'gstrars.1! I Persons who were born on or he will meet on September the original amount company. The at thll time It la assuring Bradford pent ZOO-$3000( to clear the of flowora. additional information 1 'j I .
'
those aiding the reglstra-,September 19 1930 will register I 8 as a member of the Legislative total of $45,120 will be used for County of a secure position underbnJsh and timber off the The Interior of the building Is such &II room numbers and teach. j JI, t ,

re Haven Crosby (assistant on the day they attain their 18tl1 Commlttt'e to dls"1I1I revIsion ot new school buildings In Bradford I In the educational field," he cornmanted. banks of the Creek. laid .with composition tile, and ers. As the bell rings 'on regular *:' I

!'I'glstrarl), Albert 1... Crosby birthday anniversary or within Florida's election lawa. County. Some of my friends from Brooker the walls are papered with rose sChedule students will proceed to -+ .

rancls Crosby, Mary Ella rive days tl1ereafter.t I The group composed or eight This Is the second year under All told, tllIII y..ar.s budget calls are objecting to thlll project tint.' It I. turnlllhrd with wrought the scheduled classes where each l'j : : I

I Senators and 13 State Represent.1tlvell. .- the Capital Outlay plan, but no for $77..161. including the cost of and I am particularly asking. Iron Clxturel. The exterior of the teacher will distribute the books 'It I

will attempt to .reach ansgreement addition millage for the plan wasnecessary CapItal Outlay which makes necessary them to be present to voice their I shop carries out the Colonial for that particular class. -I"' .
And Lively Ways.nne ,
t y With Up-Swept Hair on a bill to Rermit! I last yeA I' since Surplus the rate or 19 m1l1s. ohjectlon and I hope there will I Lheme HI' Partin said that on Tuis- '( "

Livingston Leader Extraordinary I direct balloting for the President funds ,were used! for that purpoll8. Governor Caldwell has ruled b.. a good delegation at this The new florist shop Is owned day seniors could make necessary ; ; ,!i ihang.

or the United Statu. It the agreem..nt I Last year It only took 14 mmaI that CapItal Outlay funds can meeting ao the people can under- by DeWitt C. Jones who has .. In their .schedule. And I J JIn

In the dreary unpainted Livingston\ the "grandest there I is reached Governor ald'i to raise ./lR,706,02/ by ad valorem only be used for new school build- tend what we are up agaInst. owned, and operated for many order.. the 11th grade on 'Wed- "' j I

Jd1tonum of the Reno High to make .A11- I well will call a special roe8\lon! olh. I I taxes. Last year alJlo. -the School Ingll. The prolt'ratn, is beginning Everyone knows that the Creek years, the Jonee' Funeral home Ieady the 10th on Thursday and I I

1 the floor shook as a group 1.1. "He's goIng the 1970 Olymplce." Legislature to discuss the Board put up U.361 to assure its second year, but.Outlay fundi clearing was a campaign promise In Starke. Mr Jones alllo operated the 9th on Friday, change. would ri
and
Negroes laughed and ahout- American last Friday. b1ll.' that the County school system for Bradford County have not ot mine and I am one Senator a hardware store In Starke for I be made In case of hardship. But I} -

d jumped and jiggled I'ritemoon she saId proudly Llvlngston'sbackground 1 Senator Johns stated WE'dnt'dA" ''- would receive 130.0/11/ from the "et''h..en received because! a State who doea not believe In making 30 under no conditions would changes Ibe I-

while folk dancing What Is Anne that he w. a slllnpr( of the t'ltat.' But the amount put up 'IIrvt'Y. conducted by State Board a promise. that I can not fultlll.I years.Mra. made after Friday Sept. 10. ; ,4
M Schmitt Is the "
? For seven pre. Charles
tune led by a dlltlngulshed years and petition which asked Governor by the Board came from a 1'''' >f Education officials, of the told the people during my cam. Faculty for the school this year '
she traIned and head for
headed who vlous to the war Caldwpll to call a special\ session serve fund carried over from the school system ha"t" not yet been pollOI that this project would be manager designer II as follows: J '
white woman with the Colonial Florlat. Mn. Schmitt 'I' .1\\
Florida Fed.1eral the
their midst filling In as aer worked In to con..lder. a direct balloting b11l. previous year and no additional completed. The local IIchool Board carried out.I Principals: C. S. Partin. high ,
field
In the de.lgoner having
Government the petition Now that applied for the It La to letthe Is an experienced school Grace element- ,
to one of the participants She aided In His signature on ml11"ge wa required. survey last Sept.. feel that my duty served with The FlorIst. : Osborne ;
150 social recreation. hemmed from the belief that the surplus fund I Is exhauJlted. and It will\ be- completed ,when people know the reason why McKlnatry a I
.e people wIth perllplraourtng I ,
centers oldest flower ryOeneral
recreational Oalne-sv\l1e'\
from flashing,backs setting up people should be able to vote for This year the 19"8-49 fiscal admlnlfttrativA difficulties have this project hall been IItopp..d.Sincerely Supervisor: Mr. Jessie. !i.4L ( '

.inbe. danced Friday and led folks In play. During ot their choice as President, be aald. yer, the school system has to been overcome. yours, fIrm. Young i r

In the square audl- 19"2-43 she was director the The Bradford Union district (signed'! ) Charley E. Johns Charles Schmitt, manager", oJone. r lit .rades: Made nddleton. J
School Annex roervlcemens' In Miami and I .' home In Starke,. .
pier appoInted to the Funeral Edna Prevatt Leola Roberts and
,
to the cool volced.call of the In 19..3 she joined the National I Senator was Committee by state Doyle Conner Named I Starkite Enlists will serve the new florist shop a I Helen M&lone t '
;
haired Ll"glslatlve Licenses .
lady with the Driving .It
up- Recreation Association he. present D. Clark the advisory dealsner. Mr. Schmitt'
hairdo who was now .t- I Senate President S. Candidate For Degree In Army Monday 2nd grades: Evelyn Cooper. ,'II
connection. Go On Sale 7 has been associated wIth the
Sept. Anna Belle Devlin and Evelyn.
In a long sweeping evening the fair last or August. ,. it
11\\ the latest Commenting bout Doyle E. Conner, Ion of Mr. Lloyd Altord. 19. of Starke wall At Office Grace Distinctive Flower Shop I Ritch. I
style. M'ra. LivIngaton Judge's
community of Starke Home land l\rll. Leon of rural the In Jacksonville and with McICln 3rd Ethel '
la this leader who led black t Jones' Funeral Conner single; enlllltment In the Rag.utar cradell: Biggs Em'J'J//
"hlte alike-who succeeded said that she usually Starke, was one of alJC Florida Armv Monday when the recruiting Next Tuesday Sept. 7. III the stry The Florist In Gainesville. estlne McRae and Martha J. Pet'turn. I

adlng games that caused leads recreational groups Bradford In larger I Improvements Soon boys named all candidates for the Sergeant made his week.3y first day for the sale of drlverll'IIcenJle. The new shop will otter nowerdealena v .

,tft to shed shoes and IItock- cltln. but that the To Be Completed I' American Farmer Degr'etile vlllit to the Starke Poatotrlce. i ., County Judge E. K. for aU occSllons. inctud 4th I'rade.: Edna Hart Lime I 1

before a laughing audience Countlane were "a good group highest award In the Future Far- Alford enlisted In the Regular Perrymsn remInded Bradfordltethlll big cut nower.. coraa eI, potted Brtdee.. and Muriel Nonnan.th 'j
showing wonderful leadershIp chapel complete with pew ot America. Final action and funeral dellll'ns. Ethel Eunice .
POpIe? I' A music men Army unassigned for three years.Sgt. week. The Judges office plant. erades: SeweU
qua titles. and family entrance. a on the degrees will be taken at Searing and Rebecca SimP.11th i
S woman Is a Floridian a casket Curre M. Potts. .-vho Is bandies tile distribution or the
"You have a wonderful physical room, and a much larger the national PTA Convention to Recreation son. 1
Group
110ther. located m the Stark. Postofflce IIcenJlell.
ta the last.and sweet a woman who of plant for recreation" for a cornmunity Tel.- display room are among the Innovations be held In Kansas City on Nov- each MondayS between the hours All 1918 Florida drlvera' licences grades: Willie Mae Denton. j] '
drop she told completed
this Ilze a to be To Meet Thursdays '
un: lite. Her name Is Anne I "Every- soon Funeral ember 14-18. of 8 ..m_ and noon I. prepared expire October 1. and holders of Kate Sheppard and Ruth Frasier. ,

ton. I egraph reporter here Friday.Is nice but at I tile C\Wltt ,C. Jones Nona Street. Conner now a University of to enlist men In all branches these licenses are urged to renew All ot ,those who participated This crad.: Vema Demo..t and ,
one I have met located on '
.. Llvtngston Is a recreation- about the recrea- Home. expected to be Florida student, I. past president of the Army or Air Force. before tile last minute rullh. Iln' tile Recreational Course under Hazel Cr..ler. t 'I8th
the beat ththg Is
ader. The remodellne of the Florida Future Farmers After October 1 new drlvera' per- ende.: BlanChe Edwards s sand
associated with the Anne Livingston last week are
tIonal clus here la that outlying we-eks.
r.al. Recreation completed In two and has taken an outstanding i mite may only W obtained bypaying of Eva Anderson. ,, I
attend the meetings .
aocIation. communities 'are reprellented. It home II owned byDeWitt Army Enlistment urged to
funeral
COmpleted The part In the local PTA chapter. I Q delInquent fee of $1 or 9th through 12th .radlt subJec1s .
last FrIday a was more than a local community C. Jonee. formerly ,of the group every Thursday eveningat
:
MyrwIn S.
Mra. W.
S Inducements Offered Lone.
work of training Brad- she .- submitting to a driver' teat. The 8 In the School Annex
and oper.tor p.m.
Countywide
affair-It was owner
but now
!ltRrk. Woodham Ida Lou Smltll. Linwood
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County leaders In recreation home inalneaville. Bradford Ramblers usual fee for the IIcen... I. $1 Building (old USO).
,t said. of another funeral Floriila veterans of World Warn Funderburk. Ruble Mae Per-. ?'
they their can lead better oth- "I like my work." Jiln: Living- Motorcycle Club servIce In any of the armed for operator'. and $2 for chauf.feure. Anyone] interested In entertain.. kins Ellen Law, Marshall Nal'le, ,r

churches In their saId. "I that love of Ia beIng added forthe I. i Ing or anyone who desires the '
ston guess V. R.
chapel for enl.ltment.m \
L& In The forc. may qualify "erauson. Madee W'tslgham '
their Held Meet Outing After the tee for Issuance of ;
IIolllell.It clubs. and In fUll runs In the famlty. Jly 92- first time and w411, Include the Army advanced grades the driver' license ha. been deducted I group to entertain for them are Audrey Newman Della Ro.enberl' I,
year-old mother did a dance for family entrance and First Iso Invited to attend tile meet- A. L. PureeD Lou and ,
to .
In Starke "' private The Bradford Ramblei'll, one ranging up Sergeant tile remainder of the dollar Be7e.
she lead a class when I was last home! The 20 x 65 ft.chapel Ings. The purpose of the meetings J. C. Hobbe.
me peWII. Class (formerly Technical: Ser.- '
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regular
led motorcycle clubs, t't:
ot NegTO while of Stark two woes to the support of the I Iot
Community eo people. and the course Is to have a source .
will seat sent It they trained In one Mrs. Lola Moore la Prin.clp.J
I every discussed the subject of exhaust ) are Florida Highway Patrol and \\A the again i
?!' taught afternoon and at Lakeland Ordinance a nearby family room will seat pipe. and mufflers .t their week- or more of 23 different technical only source from which that body entertainment for the many I Partin' eecretary. In aeldl. ;

Ulltlanl the aixty Brad- ::15. It .is to be air cooled and gubeated Iy meeting Thursday Auaust.2S" specialties In which the anti-all'- draws operational funda. elubl In the County who wish to tlon to claaaroom: instruction i

01"how registered for tile Nets City $18,000 In winter. and speakers after which a group of 20 I crert unlta are seeking m.... Major I IJ. entertain at their meetlnJ'l. Hobbs will be head football coach 1

to Play." For Hog Raising In appropriate places will provide members enjoyed an eating out Nspi.r commanding officer of Further Information concern- and athletic director assisted b7Funderburk. 9 '

::It1 a new .rnm.nt tor' the dtltrlbutlon of music from affair .t Harry a Snack Shop on the Jacksonville U. B. Army and Hearing Scheduled lag the group can be obtained r

to From Stark abe Lakeland has found a way to the newly added music room. IAStarke Klnlrsl.y Lake. The Snack Shop U. 8. AII' Force recruiting station -I For Dukes RR Stop from Wra. Ruby' .J01uuI at her AU of ,the CoUftty' colored U.i I

IhNorth Carolina, and from eat Its cake and have It too. The Jones Funeral Home furnished the dinner free of announced this week. beauty sllop. .choola an eke to open Monday_ ,

K': : klCheduJed for ViiukPLLNebaka That Florida community made I. managed bt Charles M. charlre. He explained that the Army The AtlantIc Coast Line Railroad A. klneler.&rtea 18 scheduled to

::.d ; Ok- about 118,000 raising hogs In the thinitL The club planned t. taka later reeds meA trained In such apeaeltie. has applied for permission to Farm Bureau Meeting open .t BItS Oft Monday week, .
The City' bog close Its station at Dukes, southWest Sept. U. '
vtnrlton last fiscal year. action on placing exhaust sa radar operation orrnaintennc. ,i
lIk, ceta around farm la located next to the municIpal Chorus: Meeting pipes and mufflers on their ma- .. fire control eleetrontc. of Lake Butler. and the w. M. Edwards: seeretary. an- .'4

!lorn e q hn. l garbage disposal plant. The Kale Cborus chines. slid then scheduled a tour communications. gunnery. or Florida Railroad and Public: Vt!!. flounces that an Important meeting Hospital Adds Clinic

Only In Deland where I animals are fed off prtlage collected 'lbe newly orgsa&ed second meeting Inthe of Tampa beginning last tOftday. .rtlilery machanic Many of them Itm Commission baa Nt a bearlug Df the Bradford County Farm

: an eX-Martne, IsI' by City truckL Sometimes I will bold ill Recreation bullet.nil' Four new members were admitted wUJ be assigned to new antiaIrcraft on this at Lake Butler, 8.pL I Bureau wW be held In the Court- A J7ooo concrete block addition.to ..

meal training .t the hoC population reaches 600. Methodist at a o'cOCk.: at the August :8 1eetJDl' units organized\ under the 10. Chairman Jerry W. Carter I I housq FrIday night .t 8 o'clock. be used as a cUnJe. will soon

:OUlenlveratty.. She 18 a A City ordinance .ys only the Monday III whO lght enjoy singing I and thai were placed Oft 30 day reeenUy autllortud expansion oft ..Id the hearing Will be held In I AU member. an urged to be I be completed .t Shadycreat Hoe.pitaL .-

.- dio1\, Stephen five weeks lIarwoocl, and City bogs.can collect swill for feeding AU are members Invited to attencl., I prubaUon. 0' h Army. the Union County CourthOUH. I I present. The a4liUon La. 80 x 28 teaL,




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t., I Bradford ESTABLISHED 1877 County E. L. MATTHEWS.Telegraph. OwNMEoiTOHroMIna Dull Items Day Clay BLura ,Burgesn Hill Molt Tenn.eldest at answered.Oenevla's sister They She' who named funeral says lives they Oenevla except In'were,BristOl and the all. :; J 'i : A: C K T 0 FcRID. i&tr&i1 :


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.'I''iI 1.- ;1 -(. .M.r EverY at the F.la.Post, an"Office Entered a.* Starke.8, F --. By H.-O.- Da*'Is %U 5'herein S Ponca S I g rrH&. &Nebr..the! S hazy. days. )S baby land Ben's,* the i Is body baby now Padgets Charles was with.returned his Caleb grandparents Strick from H 0 C) L I II r''',,I .''j' I


k 1948 i Is column for the of Autumn suit note the shortiu ,
This 1'
:: my funeral -- ,
lat and the was on
t MEBER Most certainly It Is. of the days and night overseas L P' ::3,1:
1 Telegraph. I" Sunday.. There was about a thous-- "
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Aibecrlptlon $ V $$1.80 For Six Months the last Dull Day Items for" a trw longer.. there, and the American Suggests Smart Permanenl I -: 'd.V VV
$3.O Annuly and people ; '
; rull 12 month year.. The shorter, the nights* Legion had charge of the ( lair I Housewives On 'Washeteria \\ :: ,V 1 :
days grow Rely rp r--- ':4'. ;
For I have ordained that I I grow longer services.. The funeral was preachedat cIII B. H. S. BEGINS 1948-1949 TERM ,Te : 1."t' 1 : 'I
BE ELECTED crIinn1 Gift For Teen Avers
: TO
COUNCIL. MAJORITY shall be absent from Bradford} I The headstones thicken along the Long Branch church by Rev V ), : 1

City County for 12 months. Although I way; 'Jj Percy Knight. A long line of "..-- -- V Vd To Save Valuable And Time I.. .' ;,\., r I I \

:, : Ten days from now Starke will hold its? annual I; have learned much In a practical And life grows sadder, but love friends headed by Carson Griffir L lovelyof Curtis Cold Wave, and a MONDAY, SEPT. 6, 8:40: A. M. Ifl& :" ''I

election. ; nature here, I find that to be a filled In the grave.. A letter frorr d delight tat ized personal 0"";, :
'I grows stronger le more than hair styling (total I 'I't"
: j value "
'" j Judging by the little interest that has been manifested leader In my field I must returnto For those who .walk with us day Rev. Strickland and wife, Bee I fa yours pre.schol l gift ofJg $$13.25)) al for only $$9.80. Read Take the drudgery out of wash pare her school age children the' If "' 'J"1,
\ 14 is indicated. achool for more theory--and sle.. wish me to thank every on, a the Important "Back to School" messages from day 1 1.\ ..., I
; fn j thus far, a light vote on September I by day. new premanent Even you have several little good hot evening meal that they c i 1
.
,! f Although there are no clear-cut issues to arouse the thought. 'The tears come quicker, the laugh for the kind words and flora g girls you can afford to give your local merchants on this page then shop at I This la. the slogan advocated need during the school term especially .- ( :;1 "' .''," f\\ ""I.,IJ' I
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Just what has my past three offering and help. Rev.. Everett your for 4" 'r';
'. nevertheless 20' that them all permanents at this busy housewives by the management If they eat a cold ,
M. public this will be an I x 33' you'll agree modest mel '. '
; interest of the voting comes slower ,V.'. I'-'
; I months association with the Tel. Godwin preached Genevla's fun HOME for her rate. You will doubtless local stores for all school needs. of THE WASHETERIA, at ., : r"r"j- j ;
\ of your non.
Councilmen ,
since three a majority Is leaser to do wonder '
r i\iljtJi,,\ important election, egraph brought forth? For one The courage or eral and Mrs. Wllkerson and tw' o her 1' more eager agree that a permanent Is what j 329 Temple Avenue. "If a mother ruins her health % "i :' I, '

1 ( t'' < the Council wi be elected. The three men elected on thing.: I have assumed more responsibility -, dare; daughters, Joy and Margarettrsang. make back to that I they need after wind and water "Just place your laundry in by overwork, then she has saved i ,
H\ 14 control the destinies of our city for some than I dreamed could !I And the tide of joy In the heart to get t of ; 'V.j'V.1 I
HStember\ wrltln'' and ''rlth- have "wrcked" their hair during one our Automatic Machinesand nothing In the long run, and may p n"I.." ,.. ,
,';.i t t :1 tme t therefore this election should not be taken bo taken In such a short period I runs lower Mrs.' Harrison Mosley L no*\ n', the summer vacation In 40 minutes receive them actually put the family on the !f'':: ; \

l :,' of time. I I I \nd seldom. covers the reefs of In Miami visiting her mother an' $ this suggestion I is never ..too soon to start Driggers Furniture Company Urges spotlessly clean and ready to financial V' rocks.. the Washeteria V In''1' j

i" :$''I;'Il The right to vote in this country sti means something.. Just one example-I've' aver- : But care.all true In the world also .staying a week ,with Margar' $295A ? Out would be educating the young lady of the Iron I says.. "Our service Is very econ j'' '
things that "
lids
;. '4''r I& It t .isn't,' like< Russia and some of the European countries' aged writing about 20 stories I house In proper habits and the "This convenient service costs omically priced and actually I i

i. .' where theoretically, has the right to vote but (news, or otherwise) In each Issue seem truer ette Mosley before the weddIng 'e-Lorraln ChampionDY staff at the LADY FAIR is. always 1- I Private Study Quarters For Students only 40c per machine of 9 pound. saves you money In the long run.. Pre-School Check-up For Children
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"'.t 'tJ everyone And better of the ,
i"'i I things earth also BEAUTY "
is V set of candidates those& put forth by of the Telegraph. Since the papers V She visited her sister a 'Y FAIR glad to assist mothers with capacity. Bleach furnished free! So this is the, good .word for '
!J only one
t, thee s out four times monthly.. I wrote seem bent; Center Hill. A letter from Harr I tee to that. As a teen-age (and even younger) This Is the go news brought mothers at the beginning of this "

,. r"" th rhng party to vote upon. for' twelve Issues, or a total of f j I And friends are dearer as friends Mosley and wife says they ar' V to 0 mothers of school- girls with helpful suggestions. With the opening of the new' boys and girls around the fire to tired by the management new school term: Just bring your Is[s Urged By Howard Drug Store : !i V ;

I ; V The right to vote in every election no matter howfil4,11f 210 stories In three months.. As- I are fewer well and enjoyed mother's' visit rs i,, the LADY FAIR The LADY FAIR also specialIzcs school y year at hand, parents with...t aide of THE WASHETERI. family wash to the WASHETER. s :, ;
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i t tonal} should be considered as a sacred trust. Every .umlnl that 3,000, people read And love is all as our sun dips Mrs. C.. A. Cox went to vis.) A "HOME IN A HURRY a pre-school offer of in Roux Hair Tinting and school age children should be. Have you ever thought how All work li IA-you can either sit and wait 1 -I', V

r I! qualified voter is urged to visit the polls on September 14 Telegraph (circulation Is over west. Margarette In the store where sh \caves, for only $$7.50. Facials, and is also V introducing thinking of ways and means of I important it I''for your child matic Bendix Washers-Soap In comfort while we do your Howard's'. says; The foundation nost important phas of ,"getUn. V i :'.:

so that the representative "voice of the people" might beexpressed 1,700, but surely two people read -Ella Wheeler Wilcox work. They are In Miami. Joh- ? take advantage of the famous Kathryn Carter COHmetlcs making the year of atudy pleas I to have the proper rest if he Is Furnished. clothes, or go on and attend to of f a strong business must be ready for school" is to provide ,.) ,

1ll in the selection of a majority of our council. each paper). that Is 720.000. possible Days are shorter, and a Dodge car now all plsh. Economically Moved Contains 8 Windowi I too, and then thereKES line, which is sure to delight ant and profitable for Mar and to get the most out of his school No mother can do Justice to your/ other shopping chores.. When SAFETY HONESTY your child with a thorough check T r" V V'' >I""
: : growing for the and Special of both and Johnnie. A child life both herself or her family If she attempts call DEPENDABILITY before
I contacts I have made already a haze of Autumn i honeymoon Intact extra young old. I In the classroom and you for your clothes, you up the term begins. N. I

: : PRECAUTION 720.000. opportunities to Influence over the hills around me. The hangs driving over to see Mrs. C L Large Floor Ling treatment, anfair Phone 18 for a pre-school appointment '- the: highest marks without a certain on the playground? I you are to do the household laun- will find them clean and sweet- And the foundation of a strong child can get what he aJ V, I'"
A PRE-SCHOOL sunsets Space
your actions, your thoughts, and .so red and like the whose wedding anniversary I Complete With Floor ",r shaping, a Helene today. amount of home study, and I not providing a comfortable mattress dry In addition to her countless just as good, or better, than I mind I. a strong body.. from his school work unle. V' ''
orange Sept. 10. I had a nice letter fror he Is much more likely to stay for growing'child' other duties. A mother who In had done them at home. la In conditionV'j
physical
,
life. your you
No ,
| how V '
your matter ,
you ( and
I; ;In a few days thousands of little children wi begin an very summer I. over.. When you an old Starke resident who no'' Covered With .Roll V. Built t of home and apply himself to his I I are doing him a grave Injustice tired out after a day of launderIng Remember \VASHETBRIA\ : healthy children vigorous look Indeed,go might even endanger V -
But there other after
I unfamiliar routine of daily life. will enters : are aspects. read this it will b September.To lives In Gladewater Quolt H books if his home provides pleasant 'and Is in no condition to phone number Phone 213. your his life and lives
ely for the first time. And otis a of thee Is the writingof me fall Is always a Joyous reads the Telegraph., Texas.They hav Sh' Roofing Orange Drink Is Popular Hit surroundings and modern con school undoubtedly work;. handicapping his I -- pre-'- --- : their remember summer that vacation Fall Is In the sun, own\ the .of Jiiatschoolmates. t ;

three obituaries. You know, time when I have a garden crop veniences. That's' where DRIG-- just around V .
: Most of them seem well-prepared for. the adventure, t's' how obits of any sort to harvest: I .still been married 50 years. I ar Here is price that meet! GERS the corner, and Winter Is clone HOWARD'S DRUG A PRESCRPTION ,V
many a can FURNITURE
anyone building '
tat the Florida Tuberculosis & Health Association pints the Iurprlllna newspaper handles. have potatoes to dig and beans sending her an. apron pattern.It for to become the complete Thi home offers a chant. Folks And Grown-ups Tool comes in.Many STORE Farmers Supply Ready To Aid Growers '''ehlnd. Unless you prepare yourself ] SHOP would like t to \ bsuggest b

V ntlhat some of them may not have the sound t's' surprising bow many the to harvest. awfully Is getting cloudy out. I hea you owner your without puttn oung : now with the proper. drug that you take your ehll

important, to a good start in school. Telegraph has handled In the past hot here and I l ben a Digger barking. I just sold r yourself in debt tor the rest of your life I With this basic mothers and fathers. are ..lecessltlcs your child might develop 'to the tall physician a I"" ,
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::41 ;: Xh its syndicated column, "Highways To Health,'". theAssociation three months. But I have been gale most of te the time.bloW I like bottle of gas. to a fellow. Do' (can complete your home to fit your own floor plans. For the 701 _1 there are two kinds' take Its place when ''It''comes to wearing glasses today becauseof With Equipment And Methods a common cold that ''willMnger "going early In the new V "' V I
tj school If '
mm studying by improper lighting Moder the doctor should "t'
went to County'Fair. lotlg for ter.
the and
hear himo ,
M V vividly Impressed by three obit. to take life as easy as possible I di-- Who is with tools this is wonderful -Ithat you a quenching thirst and adding an olek. cause V V
( says: artes, for they were who In the shade these The not care to go-It Is too hot an'' handy a opportunity to have I _lg g the young folks.. extra share of pep when they In their youth. Surely, .you do > lose. all the wonderful reserve suggest a tonic as a "builder- 'i'' t .I
days.
: Those' children whose parents took them to a doctor knew( me-who knew I people joined the leaves are getting pale dusty. I read a book "Mar Kent'' home like he wants by putting in his own finishing touches.. -1 the whistle that thehen feel that they haven't' enough en- not want your children to labor With ever-Increasing? emphasis! ""In spite of shortages. we have ,of)f strength and health that he upper" or a round of V healhg. t 1 i" V

1 ; for a thorough medical check-up before the opening of school waltnj -not bad. I left the use of modern methods In tried has built the : ing vitamins, then/ome l k'' I'' \
j Telegraph, and who never to turn scarlet. Yea, so many re n they see a pretty ergy to finish. out the day. under the same handicap, and a on [ to keep our stork complete, up during summer. r V
t.. Ttrerf, followed any suggestions the doctor might have made reamed (nor did I) that I would a joyous time... I have had auch II quests for flower seed, and apro'' The 20 z 33 contains 1 inch TAG wall sheathing over 2 2x4 4 .studs. andJ'I 11' v, and the other hiV "When school opens WHISTLE good floor lamp or student lamp farming: and the addition of Vocational and It''you fall to find what you During the next nine months ARD'S In the Wlkler Bulc 'Hi'iI {

actually are the best prepared. Every child should have a give them (the last public notice a .wealth of letters. I have* read and quilt patterns.. I had corn TAG roof sheathing over 2 .4 rafter*. Floor ia of 1 x 6 pine over 2 hi"" V MNGE:, the peppy, becomes even more important In from DRIGGERS'' will Agriculture training In' wAnt In our store, we will make your'' child will come in contact on Temple' venul, wher e. V ;4i4i 1,'t t 'J I I
z solve customer's
: the '
: routine physical examination at least once a year but It i is$ they would receive.. everyone over and over. I XV felt lust nice friendly letters.' I en All material is \ ng drink that baa the lives of our boys and girls," ? I I II Every boy and girl ahould havea iiir schools.. the FARMERS' SUP- every effort to obtain It for you ,.vlth'other children, of request L given c I : I
lumber well some
them dry, protected the heavy roll r rtiding. hit withand B. problem very nicely. A private PLY, Mrs. Maruca, owner Is' with ful consideraton.. You should I..
joyed all. .
I important as part of his preparation for school. But during the past three so very near each writer and Bless their heart lealne bJ i tremendous says F. Miles, local distributor private room (.or at least a very little delay. whom be of .: 0 V
ely I See this buy today! and "for desk of his '?omtng to be of more and more Other Items may carrying germs start on now no tbmt V } I i
months those, of who HELPFUL HINTS: When cut I their moms it Is remarkable how I own Is another MUST corner) where he or she can concentrate stocked by Mrs
I.have you wrote and
detects I found that life contagious diseases' '
of all, many or imperrections mat were ; he will be the child's ,
s V "Firs mignt l ting buttons 111.I. much better those school lunches. for the serious young student, without being in the Importance to students of BHS Maruca Include Insulation Board, resistance to cold win 5,'! ,
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lonely from
d self ,
that my has I
: evelops been with garmentRtflne xposed to the cold
him in later life way. and be
handicap dampof built
or even shorten his you since ver each home. I ?' them nn a matt*** nln. .. 5 tt,.* DRY SEASONED PRE-WAR LUM taste when they are accompaniedby and you .will be surprised at how main living room where the radio and the other county schools. Rooting, Thick-but Shingles, Asbestos the winter school up by the tme coolweather "I'.It"" I ';
life be detected and taken I have met lot of Know .. months; if
of a nice arrives.
can at this
care people ) '
.who
Boys
early Interested in
age. much i is are t
h how be. fore you p put t butto; a bottle of ice cold WHISTLE. greater interest your boy playing and the .smaller child pro- Tarpaulins In pop- he V I
one I eats at/ichool
lonely can believe / he will have I less
4L Secondly, the check-up might insure a happier school life -both rich and poor, both ..0clety" t the most. alone I box. To thread'thehihe machln r 'Mothers need not bother about or girl will take In home work ren are causing confusion. This pram. .sponsored by the Future ular sizes, and substantial Items We are at your service day o .,,: ,' V. I

J' fo the child, cutting down on the time lost from school c and the ""lower class". IVe' was In a large have ever felt more easily, put a piece of whit poor appetites if they will allow I if you give him the things to I I room (for nook) .should be attractively Farmer of America and the 4-H for the children, such as Tricycles.Wagons home-cooked than his usual meals quota. of warm, night. Just phone 79 and we wiff ; 't'. 1
because of illness and enabling him to also met a lot of people not so cty. Blest Is the BUILDING their children work with. furnished Club will find the FARMERS'SUPPLY and Therefore, the do the rest. V .f 1 J Ji'
.V study and learn tofu person who can have paper under the presser foot. just five cents a'' Nowadays when there to suit the child's, sturdy Baby Strol-- ,
capacity with the minimum of trouble as far as his n Ice-both rich and poor, both "aocety" f for thplr feet. the earth eye will show up plainly. T MATERIAL day for a bottle of this refreshing are so many outside attractions individual taste. carries all the fine tools I I lens

is concerned. and' the "lower cal... above to see the plenty of space. you get a splinter In your finger drink to go along with thosehomemade I to compete with, parents must I| Come In today and let DRIG- and farm Implements. that are 1 "We\ opened our business with
And I've heard a about sky and a tree I "HOMES IN A HURRY" ,, ,, to in Healthful F Foods At S. R. Johns .
Children should have certain protections against dis. c hurch leaders, preachers, City f for shelter. A letter from a love. first swab the spot with lodln-' aandwlch...,_" make the home as attractive as. GERS'' FURNITURE CO.. help 8 efforts.necessary success their the determination to''serve the Store ;M f ,

eases before they enter school. Every child should be vaccinated and County officials-nothing Is l ly widow who IS.lo lonely. Letter II I! end the splinter will be easier t tr< Mr. Miles is more and more possible in order to keep their solve all your furniture -problems. Our farmers and _future farmers people with quality hardware and R i,11

before he enters school ; most schools require it.. ver e actually proved.. eve' heardf f from a gracious man seeking a I| find.Here 'ant to see just hoy' that enthusiastic has been about given the to WHISTLEand reception would get the habit of buying other .farm and home necessities Provide Pep For School Children ''t i

: Doctors advise, as a matter of fact, that measures be taken f vote .stealing and qualified partner.. to cheer his declining I. a thought: Lillian WhitIng youngsters enjoy' its ever increasing popularitysince I Acrobat Shoes Sold At their Implements In Starke where at fair prices.. Mrs.. ?Marucnj V : !f, i L

protect each baby against diphtheria, whooping cough and City electors who no longer re- years. Who knows what miracles i says, "No one has any morr' tut walt until school, he began distributing it Smart Shoppe 'they can be bought just as cheaplyas states, "and I am proud to : '

% smallpox before the end of his first year. Ilde in Starke. I've' heard of dlsrimlnatlon I can do-If you all .write to me. right to go about unhappy thar ten slip out there I several months ago. is the ideal I if ordered from some big firm that ..we have not varied from say With the cost of living .steadily but at the same time, no conaclentloua -. I ;

The preschool check-up often means that impaired c against the Negroy At Clav Hill It has been hot. he has .to go about ill-bred. Hr | at recess. or lunch ,drink for parties, as I well as for In the North. Mrs. Maruca states this goal.. In spite of shortagesand increasing. the average housewifewill parent will want t

V, beng or vision, diseased tonsils and adenoids, decayed b official bodies., and this Is On the 17th they had rain.. Ills I Mae Johns went to church society, and to the Open Monday Through Saturday- From 8 a. m. to 5 m. elves with Te than nouJahe I|
;malnutrition and spinal curvature are detected at ven against the law.I art4<1 community p. WHISTL I snack. Tin competitive. prices for quality obtaining good merchandise, I ever this winter to In order to save a cen'CM V .>
a I saw a County official t then .spent the night with Lorene In general. to live up to his beat* SALES OFFICE CLOSED 5,1 t ti > to all hardware merchandise.. keep her school children wellnourished 'V
I4; ; time when they are most easily corrected. Every child prac- SUNDAY AND MONDAY, SEPTEMBER oter '"I'm convinced more completely feel that we are giving our customers I age the food bill. Your chlld-a health 0 I '
be given shpuld t Ically shed tears because he was: Padgett. Mrs.! Bell Harris has anew spiritual poulbltel, not onl rating orange flavor 4 day that do have Start Ichol widespread. acclaim and general "Handy, durable tools and Implements as a deal I with ,, wholesomefood first. ''f V
thisv every we a go core
square as ''j;
v .'tten jon. d ojng) his best to better baby boy.. Lela Mae Carter now and once or twice has SMARTLY DRESSED.. That is satisfaction. How Fortunate It are half the battle possible i at the V
V Importantunctions universal V,wonderful on under prices. family Mr and Mra. Jocna i :
df I V ap- product because it en- present-day conditions. V ,
i'' dw f of the County 'and he: was cooking: good old peas. Said year, or once In a season, but ARMY i CAMP I WRECKING 'omen, and children j J|oys? suchlndisputable popularity," t the.,;, word" passed 0,V on to .mothers Is that your' children can be the_,/arm./ .:" Mrs., Maruca says. .;' I budget will allow. That I. why that the,, auceaa of their nnh i :; j'" V

wa being stopped at every turny she saw mv picture In, Starke every day and every hour. B' feay that nothing'can I l dr.. Miles concluded. by ,Mr., and Mrs. Guy Sales, pronrlotnrm properly outfitted In the correct -- I Mrs. H.Uewie will coma ranraand depends.upon satisfying their cumtomera -' ".4; jti V I"1 I
b bR. Saturday.. She had been to happy, Is to 1 nt the SMART SHOPPE._ __ size and widths in p 4 Vi I..
folks who had "relatives". churchat I something. be cult --- n school shoes more appreciate'the cooperation bothsaIVto' '" *' I';
Yes.. I've' seen a lot. the Clay Hi church.. She Ivated.' This popular establishment has right here In Starke, for every- 'It's Been of the S. R. JOHNS dce, That "quality an' ; | :(, I
R. B. Alvarez CAMP BLANDING: FLA P.O.. BOX; 569 STARKE.. FLA I 'Alvarez Store Since 1894' ; ia why they give '
: & Son I have met men employed by s said' Bernice Richards Mos- This Is a poem I love.. I do not Offers Fine Watches I-a complete line of Little Girls'' one knows that properfittingshoes I GROCERY In supplying her family much of their personal attention :'f''7!':" 1 V,

h huge firms, and they were afraido I ley's baby was fat and sweet. know the author. Dresses, Skirts and Blouses, as are the very foundation of with quality foods at the most to the business and why they .' V

t talk for publication because Clarence Mosley works at the Iwelr "el as Suits, Shorts, and Shirt the child's' well-being and good( For reasonable. prices possible.. have such a ,] i'>''V t I
t
I
at f N and Is with his Across the his of long ago tr the Boys. Now that the health. \We also have Trlmfoot Dependability In Men's Clothing firmly e.tabUahe Ij)
some nebulous "superior". I IIW mJ staying young $ Boys and girls need and clientele of pleased V h)
Transfer
& Storage Co. onslder these men as selling f Jonell.. his wife, I visit- There A sometimes comes to me, Service Lovely "'oiks are beginning to be more pre- hol shoes for children, with .1 1 the belt of foods In order deere that patron. tV Ii 1f. V .

t heir freedom to speak. and their i InM her mother this week. All little girl with face aglow.. 3 R's Jewelr 'nH, more rnnrernpri_ ', with___. "tfl m. the patentdCuddle.Back Heel. If'' rhyming they might fit .
Add Another- keep both In mind
well, writes Shirley The girl I used to be. lew look", mothers and daughtersvill --- slogans are good Iset by his classmates, nor can
oul for
AGENT FOR the almighty dollar.I Mosley. } and ;
DELCHER BROS. I have met Starke businessmen A nice letter from Mrs. Walter Imagine the pride of quality Jewery: expert appreciate more and more for a politician they ough to be he do his best work If his clothes ] body, and thus be able to I
Lan i That little girl with face aglow who starts to school repair, Ed good for a business, so that's' learn rapidly and also give a I ,I '
Simpson are
She proprietor, he Ill-flttlng and ''f 'r'rI
ng. Is sister of Smart uncomfortable
who a Oenevla efforts to
Moving and. Phone 9105 own more property and In- Looks up and smiles at |r 6 with Shoppe'a our of I good account of themselves on
me. a new Bui- for the put 8 years, : "We '' way telling you that Al- Growing boys also need
Padgett. She found a letter from says keep( with the shoes
t erests in the than Is apace changing
vicinity I And asks me If I really am.. watch In the pocket : offer everything in the nicer line varez Store was established In of the athletic field. Their growing Wj WjJ
.a and whims of our rugged quality, perfect fit, and )
We Operate Local ommonly known. And fearing The woman she'd' hoped to be. R You'll' tel younger Starke back in 'bodies must be kept strong I
and Long Distance. t heir interests will be harmed t hree months. for rat have to of jewelry. and you are always 'UKtomeri, as well ai the elder way the days slipper-soft comfort. Thats'' .why especially
V such of 1864 r during the winter.
mc Also Hauling Anywhere) In t hey will not announce even such L I feel that If I remained here Wen I look at my little grand- Refreshm [0 the a boy or girl II. assured of real I value when you '>n --a.. accomodatlng and has been. known for young men who depend on the 'of the school/season, In order months to .
ts service
and
pinnacle of .
shop with us. dependability kind of shoes that i/t/
Starke with a somewhat load I daughter I V can take wear '
V City Limits. s Imple things as Improvementso I lighter see myself as I was 3tnes.*. Featured In our style array for ever since- fact of < ward off diseases that would endanger J ; i i'I
a ;
V t property.. I consider these men could help a bit. But I would no'' ac.roe the of long ago. Watch 'repair service at the this new season are such nationally gracefuly., come to our store to
' fleld "thing" about I : which we their lives, as well as. the '
theshol are justifiably 'I
SEE US FIRSTINTEGRITY 's selling their God-given free' be liked, for some people prefer God bles you all and thanks In the Gem is noted for its high .standard : known names. as Eva P.y., Of of proud. tltld. For.hclm" are tops. lives of their schoolmates.With .f' .

m 10m, and their soul, for the alnighty -. to keep certain things secret, and for the nice 'letters.. pW life and Fall I and owners of fine watches Doris Dod on.. Joan Miller, Petti, have changed course styles lot clothing with discriminating shoe wearers this Increased r H .j ,,
we all know that the truth otter pep in ,, throughout thU area have depended a line 1894, and we now carry a complete line. emphasison ""Parents ;
dollar LuraTIlS Quality Hill Dresses and Classic who give their1 V I V .
-Lve (""dents :
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.).but
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s fortunately for the
are ALVAREZ
to you e
eager Importance of
Including the
: nirts.I Sd1 Mr. narrow lasts
d I have seen Bradford County's I on Simpson ever quits, In the that proper ron, lunches to
renew old new colors, In Gabardine ,Yes, taka't.,_ sanaaf J
I. Red* Cross fade Into nothingness I wrote about the linotype this WORLD TODAY\ -I : ,ers acquaint- since he has been in Starke, to and Faille.. We also have sir. throughout the lengthand not styles in dependability. have you used to be unable to buy in nourishment, where could the should look over our> "
I are busy with : breadth of Bradford County changed a bit since our establishment etf .
_1 t have seen the Chamber of Com-. summer, I wrote of how chatters This world is and keep their timepieces operating those "new look""''skirts In new Starke. thrifty mother go to find a greater .stock of cold ,ready, i V
I et.
probably at this
Ib
plans and school term little first Its .
; all feet will opened
LlW of 'nerce 'on the brink of dissolving.And on and on as a It weaves the most t extreme stage of with precision accuracy.In colors by Royal and doorway We are proud of our line of variety of tasty foods, contain cooked meats,. Mr. Jetsam aaldl M* '
conduct and erly be back
In
dealing nnVfc: better cruelty; anticipating the Sportwtar. running, jumping, skipping, the board sidewalk clothes
which ing
larger
thoughtFulness and I know that these things, news of the time Into upside when an elderly man of Bradford V >tball season, addition to watches, there are V
in all and ,
economy, ourserving about because of dollar down and Inside other useful for known names as Stetson hats, DuilOIng vitamins,, than the led j
ave come r out
type that County has the desire many gifts every iccessorles., fllllnxs from day to
.
these mark k of abusing d1 pan much to that TRIMFOOT shoes. Rigid, firm- It Is highly Important to the day. V
the S. etJ
r 1 8 Ties R. JOHNS ,
reputable Botany Arrow shirt. GROCERY
and where '
onsclence Call Street that fig.tre finally, when the finished his "r occasion for the child's
just waiting
V? I Quality of this well: known firm. pages. wife invalid for ten years, an'<* [of yours to start the your Come In and let us check your support arch, flexible, free-for- morale and comfort of High others We 'qualityand appetite 10'-tbt Y
that no good Is Intangable, come off the press, makes good the mother of his ten childrenwho ':f: "h a brand selection In attractive displays at school many are \talso proud ,., economy are always wt eat his lunch and' V
I .1 V new Na- children's feet to be that sole, are foot-health youths that they havewellfitting
sure Insurance first b
of
acton our record in considerations..
V business In
that figures all good things. can I sense to us al. I wrote of the has made him what he It. V V > the Gem Jewelry. Handsome fountain since these days carry through the day until the
V VAA .
Watch ,
j1il 2 I '''e. felt and seen.. linotype' that goes on and on today. Yet he has one of his .. V V $ /, $ V VVI [hat W a reliable Kvery-watch :V pens and pencil sets in the the shoes they are wearing are supply leathers for the.and future.' Strong ''or school wear.good-looking No clothes 1894 and firmly believe that when of' rlaln//living,COlt, It is Import hot, evening meal withoutof 1u 1"f i A

: For two full months* I have& come what may. dleaged sons arrested for I_ ,. 1 moat [leading makes are another "must" not too short and Injurious to 'sterling con- yun.. man another hal century rolls. around 'int make every penny count.. energy." p
cutting V valued struction make can take of '
friend shoes a place
[ our rugged, in we'll .still b 4V 4Vthis I
V I DEWITT C. I '1st. at editor Gene Mattherxrs'" As I write this the linotype six fence posts to be attached tr'' t companion. Punc- I' for the'' busy student, and .when their feet.* Since .we introduced and his class If he feds. < here on Call Street, -- V (
JONES styles make them that his
\ leak I worked, and I I I V goodlooklng giving service and satisfaction I
: :k t STARKE as often chaters., and 'when I leave It his own fence Do the people 0'' VVY *V V V 4 e of the im- those all-Important birthdays roll the Acrobat line of children's' popular with the youngsters.Bring'your -lothes are not up to the standard in fine i
V mot clothing.
. V PHONE T. save glnnrj-d- through the grimy, alal continue to chatter, and Bradford County think this mar J !!a a young around, nothing could be more shoes to Starke and vicinity more brood in this weekendand -- Wholesome Meals At Roberts' GrillWill :

I A'BUNCI SERVICK '"Indow, pane onto the street we when I am quieted forever the sane or Insane? Sometimes 1 I'' .. k d a good watch person Is suitable than a beautiful birthstone than a year ago it has met with them all outfitted. !j r
'mme. Call. Right now the sky t a linotype' wilt does some for the : ) ,; mounted In a handsome set get : "I
I keep chattering.And good public tc y to teach ,
V Funeral Director I ">1ue and fluffy clouds float upon I It all makes such little Interview these affair \ & I. Not ting. Modern Mothers Must Save Be
t I /, > '4)) t b late to classes Popular ,With SchoolChildren 1 1On i
he sunbeams. Those beams
V Our local funeral home, ,enables, us to 'rounding up from the red brick are C difference. (Signed) One Who Knows. Adv"' n rite! V ,I Mr.. Simpson earnestly solicits G. E. At McGriff Motors Tie I ,

offer conveniences and ,services' not I '>avement of Call Street, and S __ _________________________ \ }; V V ftabllahment In Starke your business and invites you to Applance With the .'
& ;9theru) >':sf auaiahl,. 'hey are bounding up from other 1, ,," V rc.tp'.n' fw welr has come to drop In at any time and look Good Bob Says threshold of another I section of the country, that ;
''r I \ P Applances, .school year.. Mrs. Janle of I I offers its '
i synonymous with around. Save Aver patrons such
, 'laCes In Bradford County.. For -- Busy Housewives : the J. P. Roberts Grill, toextend a bunraln -L'
tr ; ; '. the highest; type service at the lowest beama in good food I
W.-tl.h prices *4] he are striking the earth- (4\ A "
| day, Mr. Kite a special Invitation
Imooth-rnnlnl. stated. to Mrs.,
VVI 4-: accept ANT ills Insurance. force.. Issued by ANT com Moored hovel I have seen, and : V 'zed houehold absolutely necessary family to dine ) Aver, ihf genial manager I V
in
plcy.1 I "If groups cool of t
V pay. .payment I part I t on a funer Consultation 'hey are striking the home of I Shoe Repair Offers Discount Now that a new school term pensible to the mother of small for the well-being andhappiness I .you therl already have all thes comfort at this most popular of of GRILL, haa many ,

, azT4em D K> oblpton ''he family who have no dishes U. f : S will soon be under way it istssential children, both from a .standpointof of the family-especially things, again we can be ot eating establishments In Starke. years restaurant. hotel airing room and) II,
" economy as as Justtoss when Ever since Mrs. '
::. ; tme. ever assumed credit I I p \
V -- dug out of the rough table. pily W Work As.S ego children start now to plan In the clothes add soap, and ninute counts. This was. the ob running at top efficiency," Mr management of Aver ROBERTS food her and knows the kInd ,or ; :

I. I suppose that I am a reformer o 4; hol Special 'low to use. their time during the set ''the dials. When the clothes itratonmade this week by Kite said. "The more GRIL its reputation for good I want
by> nature. If I had my way those ,__t COMFORT V'' : .' 'n, V lay to the best advantage. have been soaked, washed, rn.e., T. R.V (Bob) Kite of the ELEC you think your appliance hop I lij. Ie.the tod, hospitality. cleanlne., andiiifurruia they It In prepared___..__. _She_ fm : ,' .,//1 .I 'I
.Deeallzln.
things would n9t be, and men : : F' Proprietor With and TRIC'SERVICE -.- ----.- -- --V.-ft ,
rll the dampdried-all .J.r Mmir
We Wish To Announce .c V'V o dy 'to gve your shoes newness the servant problem still automaticallymany A SUPPLY in i price nas Become rim- ri
% 4 would be frank and free and, hap- ECOMOMY ''V V roE bit REPAIR shop and ..martnesl that will delight 'unsolved It Is necessary. for mothers pieces are actually dry IlKcusslng 'the spprosrch 0(the more skillfully we get It back In ly established, not only with the Southern steaks ae a fo.. and Oofdm',, ',
k py.. I feel that the summer' ; to help VV working order Even their trade V Chickem, rood' '
"" enough to Iron!
I V economy. you. to rely more and more on new school term. people of Bradford County, but served in V
:ji ,( The Opening; burden had not been .so heavy : VV era keep within the and The new G. electric In value will b greater If you also .with the ROBERTS GRIU.
;r" '- V V The STARKE SHOE REPAIR labor-saving devises modern refrigerator A modem mother, with the visitors In town, and has that "home "* 'I
Ve Fet In them cooke
shoulders I keep
2:4: upon my that wouldhave V spite of the also features WHILE YOU WAIT, home appliances In order to have offers more refrigerated food ,ver-Increulng demand on her properly repaired now our many tourist friends.. that ia so seldom flavor-

of done much good in the past 'V V V ) ) *of s connected with Service and customers are invited ,soy leisure time at all. That is storage space In the same kitchen time, must have the assistance. And It Isn't' hard to understand so highly prized In found, but to
public
achool.POL I
I floor V
where the General Electric line, spacer? And the wonderful if t eatinir
V to bring tehir emergency troublesto ) modern conveniences, and ,appliances for the meals. In addition to being Iaces.> V V
--.--- -.. I. OPENING SPE-- Mr. Hudson who will fix them distributed In Starke and vicinity I G-E Home Freezer offers you ,' If she Is to devote the The ROBERTS

i COLONIALNOVA I t tI EXPERT .OIL' S "WHi announces that promptly and courteously. by McGRIFF MOTORS.. Tempi the convenience of having your ecesar attention to her children, delightfully, prepared, are whole on Sundays and GRILL I Is open VV

::1 .LIIST I the hoes of all the "This' Is no time to be tossingout Ave., can be a real ""lite saver"for own food store right in your .} at8t.d.. '"'That Is why we Home and wel balanced to give are taking' advantage many ,//amlllea

I \ STREET, STAHKK\ :, adioChs h tamy! I i, Acon! shoes," Mr. Hudson states, !i mothers of school children own kitchen, ss well as the 1m.prnt ire always glad to welcome mo- ,children adults. to the on.ourllhment service sp that mother of this.V V fj

FL. HOUSEHEATING It'ctal r'ducton' of "especially .when we can rejuvenate who find It Impossible to fret feature of ,economy. .The ''hers Into our store and to demonstrate and play. And they need for work to church with the rest'of'can go. 'i'' ''ji S
\ them look like around to everything haveto ppulr G-E line also to them the meals are very family th j f
:V ny .three I 80 they they Incuel many waysIn reasonably and not have to V,
rht to him do ,ViO the course of a busy household as which prced. The popular home and stay
1 S : at one new and last t twice as long. we can be of service business labor over a hot

.. p7 e'"''le family. Thin I la i important that sohool day."Take Totrs Vauw Cea.r.. and and i hour them how t save I 'eat., man's luncli" Includes Whet a pleasure It Is for famine stove A V

For Our lat help> t t children, especially, have .several our automatic dish wash mal; 'other "anaer. t a house ?, .lo. minute here and th.r v.jetbll.* drink and dessert .to dine together in Uie cool, ,
'
clean
\
"
4 'tyi moter. wife's prayers", only 7Vr.? We doubt 4t
I ,V \\atch\ k h ?worried ver the pairs of shoes in good conditionso er and Ironer.. for instance", Mr. hat quickly add up to hour. at there Is I atmosphere of the ROB"t ft

1 ( Opening\ September 6 6Mo O ''t t the beginning of that they can rotate the McGrtff said. "Just. how mane: kfcGriff"And,let me suggest," said Mr. the end of the day." he continued. And we handle every appUance, another restaurant Ini.VS5tIT GRILL, sa'ti: i 11 a i VY a 1'

1W wearing of them and not haveto minutes a day just those two "that you protect the The ELECTRIC SERVICE A large or small. In the same accurate --- -

r rrpamring wear the same pair day In items will save the icaltb of your children by letting SUPPLY Is local headquartersfor 'careful way. When we repair (' (,!' ( (''HT.,'' HHtllPOHIIKM ) ,) rninIy T l ?
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5PapIt
W SEE hrd-prea reonin5 '
YOUR Paysfor i shall
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t'H-
DEALER OR them this ( pubfl
CALL US! sleep under G-E rd.r
a (
in
and the mother. It isn't fair Auto appliances and we guarantee nSsj tour
ll SERVICE 1lM4lorries Wear. *saves. day out. "In this way t chd- equipment I our work and rharUn" K. 'w.lfc.r. Ia. *, a..aay''
h. money, I shoe will last& much longer, and Ten to have their mother al mat Blanket this winter You I made by the following wellknownmanufacturers ve make your appliance look and Nancy LoulM. Wclrh PI.lnlf.,. Y... WItn... m ,,, and V .

m Maaagrmeot& of r.cm tort you )like I the change will prevent out at the end of the dy. reclt. the temperature Just : Ehelvador Self- I orate like new-all a low, ... No. '5775. !V.firidant. .0.5 Is 5545.51 Strk., Florida, ihfa A.1 ofrr.J.
.V"e.T C. 0' ., I ) ludn al cm Ur te way you want It.. and Defroster, a ORDER PI'WLIfATIO.V?
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V I Live Pointed aging the feet your should. b fresh and uUre vent lot pre Oroaley Norg, Universal nllble cost t you. employ AND TO APfBAK (OFFICIAL anAL> ) A. j THoBX .,.. C
of
Cborlea Sdunltt ShepherdAt niuu! rtff/ciT'(/ CIIPJIY V just U rO cm if any one .pair of shoes happensto so that she can enjoy a hur winter a colds." those worrisome ., and Maytag. "With the only professional, licensed electricians. a''r A ',NOICP I FLORIDA to: haven As Cr..hy Cierii. D.f 'aid, C..rL
Nancy ..
H ,, A bau. have a flaw or ill-fitting.," or of leisure with her. youngsters many labor-saving devices offered I you're' having trouble Lul. Welch, Walker,', whan San.' ) W,
U"OI THOITT or' 'THC' i I th I a 1 l We invite ...Id." eddr* .. (iaIn..viI.) "lldst I5Id.,,
Gay's \I COMPANY' I trugh you to the newAutomatic. by these there .with < i !I.: 1J| R. FIotId ,
Service COCA-COA .
Station T exIhp Mr. Hudson advises. every day.. cmple. L n any appliance or want an ?Kd *worth Ht. (Car' of )airs, Uara.,
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STARKE COCA-COLA ''ne Dubl..vn., PushButton reason why of even estimate n r Welch. (Ur..n. ,, Aitgs, VOIV 5f. VVVVV .
BOTTLING CMA I qu- Bra your eo troubles to the Then there the G-E All- moter. th, o wiring, just go to olina! boro. North V Car- 4t, 1T
ld Rang ia
exas
by ; Home
V e u. REPAIR 116 ao largest fale. .hul" not your phone and call 76. Your? You ar. rnqulrol, to'app.a, the only state of tto
S .
ae. mae STARE Automatic Washer that lndl-I en
019"T w. .stand ,ra- St Walnut Stet. Starke. fezer-Fo Saver. .several hu. of leisure time ev- problem will b solved nam.September* ,"*. Court. ci. and 141.. .. ratine In the, wherein above five Union separate that may statta.divide Itself! aID

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divorce. Bradford"
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: .. BT M SJMBB**"isMiss Mrs. Davis HostessAt
J} : Lucille Barnes WedsJ. Former ResidentTo
Mae Barton And Olin White Jr,
Lucy
.j SOCIETY Wed In Impressive Double Ring Ceremony Ricks August' "22 Wed Sept. 9 Luncheon Thurs.Mrs. CARP)
CLUBS
J r and Mrs. Alex L. Barnes Word ha been received of the Horance G. Davis, Jr., was S
and
A wedding of beauty and .lm- of pink arid lavender dahlias. Rq-- Mr. of their approaching marriage of MU hostess at a delightful two course

,,4: Ig' office Gladys :Mooty Re.ideece pUcity was that of Mia Lucy Mae bert Barksdale served as beat announce Lucille the marriage, to Jessie Rtcka, Virginia Faye Peterson, daughterof luncheon. at her home on Madison
t ; .
Phone 35 Mr. for the bridegroom.Mrs. daughter. .
and man
,k'tit Phone 29 Editor Barton, daughter of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ricks, Mr. and Mrs. Duncan L. Peter- Street last Thursday.

1,$$4s ?: li l __ _ _ ___ 4 4 H. A. Barton, to Olin Mrs.W. White O. W., .Barton 'chose for berdaughter' of son which of was an event .,f Sunday, son of Crescent City, to Law- The.table was overlaid with a
Jr., son of Mr. and wedding a gown Folkston, Ga. rence Harrington Ricker of Orlando. hand crocheted luncheon set and
22, In
i I Auxiliaries White, which waa solemnized brown crepe with white accessories August centered with an attractive arrangement -
j Miss Hall Entertains Baptist Sunday afternoon at 4 clock at and wore a corsage of yellow Attending the young couple will be an eventof of pink flower
Candlelight Church. Rev.J. flowers. Mrs. White, Sr., were the bride's brother-in-law The marriage
At Home Hold the First Methodist summer
4 With Supper Mr and Mrs. A. Oriffiths. Thursday evening, September Invited to be with Mra. Davis
Hill, performed the wore a teale blue gown with a and sister,
pastor
1d Coronation ServiceThe R. 9, at 6 o'clock In the Methodist were :Mr*. Mattie Gahagan, Mrs.
;j, Mis Sharon Hall entertainer double ring ceremony before a white hat complimented' with a Church of Crescent City. Frank Hoover Mrs W. N. North,
r Thursday evening of last week ai Auxiliaries of the Women' large assemblage of relative and corsage of white flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Rick. are making
Miss Peterson Is i well known and Mrs. R. J. Davis.
her home on Tenth St. at a paghettl < Missionary Union held their coro- friends. The young couple upon returning their home with Mr. Rick's par the 7th
in Btarke, having taught -
honoring Misses Helen church Aug. banked In from their ents East of Starke on HighwayNo.
supper nation service at the The altar was palms honeymoon will make .
Bradford County and Mrs. E. K.
at the
( grade Judge Perry.I
', I Stuart, Frankle Morgan, and ust 23th: at 8 o'clock. Tall standards of pink and white their home in Starke., The groom 16.WCTU. several
Odessa Thomas, who will enter Church was decor. gladioli were used against the will continue his studies at the school for year man have aa their guest yes

the Alachua County School ol The Baptist the AuxJllarlea' ,colors, greenery. The ushers, Steve Weldon University of Florida this falL EntertainedMrs. I terday and today. Mr. W A. PRESCRIPTION
with
I.a Nursing on Monday, and Miss ated white, with white tapers. Jr./ and Walter King met I i WSCS Notice Carlton and daughters, Anne ana PHARMACIST
S 4 j Janette Priest who will enter the green and chancel rail to light the '' W. N. Johnson, president,
.themeYe at the Mr.
their and Mrs. of Oxford, Ga.
N University of Florida where she They used as Wiggins entertained members Circle No. 1 and 2'of the Woman' Emmy
: illuminated Crosson delightfully
The I
Are the Light of the World" candle of Christian Serv- -I Phone 64 ITALVAREZ'
will specialize in public school auditoriumwere the wall'back of the alter I Honor Small Daughter of the Laura Scott WCTU Friday Society Sf
of the Beautiful assortment ofprints
Mf ;. music. and at the front words. ,Two lovely 'cast a soft glow over the wedding I afternoon. Business of importanc ice of the Methodist Church will Qf-the-Minit Se.
those for school dresses atSTUMP'S.
and dining rooms Kr.: and Mrs. Orle Wiggins 'entertained transacted, including electionof -
The living stars representing the scene. The family pews were was be entertained together at the
were decorated with lively cut five-pointed ideal of the girl's auxiliary marked .with clusters of white at a small lawn party officers for the coming year.The home of Mra.' Hogan Smith on .
M flower and a very pleasant evening tar tied with white satin Sunday afternoon at, their homeen will be .
at each aide of gladioli September meeting North ---- -- --- -
Mif were placed North Walnut Street Tuesday
N the
Thompson Street
1i- was enjoeyd. ribbon.A held with Mra. Wesley Andrewson '
.iI the them. occasion afternoon, 7, at 3:30'p. m.
being the first Sept.
Hall assisted In en- birthday Street and delegates Men's
Mica wee of nuptial, music Madison (
I Introduced program tuft 1
STORE
t | tertalning by her mother, Mrs. Mr*. Rufus Hutching Mrs. H. A. was rendered by Mrs. E. K. Per- anniversary of their daughter, will be chosen to attend the State Mrs Charley E. John and Mrs. I jSstabllahtlClothlnt
counselors Susan. 1891
Shellle Hall.I !Lawson.the R. A., Mr. L. D.''Haines ryman, organist. MIllS Oarnlta Convention In Daytona in October. J. W. Klncaid will be co-nostessca.: ,__ -- -- .
A white cake
r and Josephine birthday decorated
I Misses Joan Dinkina Jr. O.A., Hutto soloist, sang "Because"d'Hardelot served her guestsa
and Mrs. D. L. Thomas In blue and with The hostess .J<
!' John were also guests at ( ) and "I Love You pink one pink
O.A.,
t Mr. Jesse Newsome, Int. candle centered the refreshmenttable delicious salad course at the
t kI r this lovely affair. W. A., Truly" (Bond). The traditional
? Mr. Freeman King. Y. wedding marches were used. set up in the yard. close of the meeting. n, IL
of Jackson Mrs. Gladys Canova. Sunbeam I I Make Your First
Mm. E. F. Cain Enjoying the occasion with the rt* Stop
i' ';4 villa la assisting In the Postofficc band, and Mrs. B. T. Thoma, The. lovely, young_ bride was", host* were Mr and Mrs. John GILLIARD B.-\BY' :m
given in marriage oy Her Brother
', + I this week. Sunbeam baby visitor. : Moyer,. Mr. and Mrs H. Alexander -
Claude Barton.' She chose for her
H. Gilli-
1 Mr. and Mrs. William
o W. M. U. hymn of the year
The ,
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
white suit.: Her hat
wedding
was sung. Devotional Psalm 103 was a halo a model of white straw Hemmlngway Jr., all of Jacksonville ard of Salerno, announce the birthof For Picnic Values
was delivered by Mrs, R. Hutch- and the Rev. and Mrs. L.I a daughter, Gloria Jean, born
and veiling. She carried a white
AB&CTARKE ing .with. prayer by Rev. L. D. satin prayer book centered with D. Haines and Mr. and Mrs. Frank,August 11th, in the Martin County There a good reason for shopping ASP: for all the good things you'll

FLA.G Halnea.Tb wearing a purple-throated orchid with Hemmingway, Sr. I Hospital, Stuart, Fla. need All food are priced low at AAP. : not Just a fewweekend"spe'fale"
Y. W, A. girl
sprays of tube roses looped in ,._._ This that AAP saves) on total week's t'
white robe. and holding white ------------------oe means : you money your
the long aatln streamers. Her only
G f!; i $un.. Mon., Sept. 5, 8 taper*'marched In and gave their jewelry was a string of pearls, a food requirements week In and week out!

,),lj//RIVER LADYYvcnne watchword\ : Daniel 12-3, and sang gift of the bridegroom. 11FOR i
4, "rTh..Ltght of the World Is Jesus". (
: Df<"arlo, Dan Itaryea.ll Miss, Avanepe Button served SALE .400 ACRES
'" ?" !|II' Rod Cameron .TbfcgJunlor R. A.* gave their her sister ail naidof, honor and IONA FLOUR
4 AIM, "This I* America"&New. allegiance and some of rankIng Mrs. Claude'1 Barton attended as IN OUR MARKET
R r d'.4 steps. Mra. H. A. Lawson bridesmaid. They were gowned I

S Turn. Sept. 7 ...# ONLY gave honor to those who had alike in ,street length dresses of Excellent Pasture Land 4 6 25 lb.
I WOULDN'T BE completed work. The Jr. and Int. powder blue. Their hats and gloves -tAll Saper Rgb'' bag
3. A.:* marched in and told of were white and corsages were
i 1 IN YOUR SHOES I;helr work. "Maidens" were Patty LEG OF LAM, fL 81c j
:
Don Castle. Elyse Knox Lawson, Emma Jane Canova, and, in one Block ; $1.50Betty

r Also "Boat to a Short"&News Pamela Lawson. "Ladles-ln-walt- Party Honoring Two SHOULDER (whole) lb. MeII
ng" were Joanna Silcox, Eloise 2 miles from Waldo'
Given Miss
By Johns
awson, "Princesses" were Ellou- I I Crocker's!
Wed,. Thurs Sept. 8, 9 .1-4 mile off
.
I DOUBLE FEATURE Julia i se Thomas Lawson., Norma Mr. D.Canova L. Thoma and; Miss Josephine Johns entertained paved highway __ CHUCK ROAST, lb. ;, 59c Apple Pyquick, pkg. 39c|
'
at a Coca-Cola party Thursday Warranty Deed Furnished .. U
Laurel & Hardy pave the honor. afternoon at her home on Beechnut Strained [

h FLYING DEUCESAND Next was Joan Tenly who made North Walnut Sf., honoring Miss Good stand of grass PORK LIVER, 1..Jr43c Baby Food 2 for .19c|
for and wee I : ,
y the: step queen Frankle Morgan and Miss Odessa .
Running stream
rowned by Mr. Jesse Newsome. Thomas.
:
. PORK CHOPS tIJ. 69c Armour's! oz.
-
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FOR YOU ,
I DIEt '
Joan a talk on what it mean i
gave attractively
home
The Johns' was Fenced three sides .
Cathy Downs. Paul Langton to, be a Christian. Helen Haines (decorated with vari-colore! I Vienna Sausage. 19c
Latest World New on her QueenrlthaScepter Dressed and DrawnFRYERS
who I I. working summer flowers in honor of the j
./ I 6 gave a Scrlptue'radlng. occasion. ( IL. .' 69c
WRITEDi BORAX, 1 Ib. pkg. 1&|
rf Fri. Sat., Sept. 10 11 r' Many friends of Miss Morganand I I .. 6

\ 4k CHARLIE DOUBLE FKATURE CHAN. In with Edna a Scepter Coleman then was ahe honored told of the Johns'Miss Thomas home during stopped the kfter-In at P. O. Box 463, {Gainesville. ,- Fla. BRISKET BEEF tIJ. 39c JEWEL SHORTENING

1 DOCKS OF t he step. to being a Queen-with- noon to wish the girls "good 1 Ib..32c 4 Ib. 1.301

a,.Scepter. Mrs. B. E. Spark/ W, luck" during their nurses training ,Or Phone 1418W Or':723M Gainesville Fresh MULLET, ills 25c
NEW ORLEANSAND i f.[ U. Prealdent, made a brief course which starts September 6. .
} elk W. M. S. work. Rev. ,,,1 ofj I I I. I.
3r"r on School NUTLEYOleomargarine
y the Alachua County ,
at
tiI tiI i., Halne spoke to the Young ... 4'j '. tA'e.p Headless WHITING, lb. 17c I.
.
.
,t a SMOKING GUNS. 'eople' and urged them to be Cursing. ,- -- - ? ;- __ I. .. -

-*',.. With Ken MsynardAlso fiV ilthful to their work. After "The I I !
,r Chap. 11 "Dick Tracy fiv.ling Business", the R. A. hymn t y ,
tie 'Return*" & Mickey Down' ,as sung. The closing prayer was _

it Fi Under o ffered by Mrs. Sparks. d' 30c lb. 1:


r Sale CRY D' Assorted Sparkle


1 1 1'r ....p GELATIN, 3 for 2k; I

,
1 lb. can lona

. . DONUTS (Plain) PORK & BEANS 10| n
Pkg. of 12 for 17c f

66-6 10 1.2 oz. can
; JI Sale DONUTS (Sugared) lona PEAS, 2 for 17(1 c
TWO-OVEN CAPACITY
Pkg. of 12 for ,8c
3 No 2 can lona

3t ANGEL; FOOD CAKE BAR 53c TOMATOES, 2 for .
t in a Standard Size GAS RANGE __ a
3Pc. LARGE r
BED ROOM SUITS ANGEL FOOD CAKE (Large) 121-2 oz. pkg. Bright Sail
WALNUT VENEER '' !L-oz. 63c SOAP FLAKES . 25c|
i :

y L stt+r '.0k litre.Indeed,is the range you I Marvel Iced 6 15 3-4 oz. can Ann Page I n+

have been waiting for-. Large Plate Glace Mirror Panel Bed" Modem Drop Front DEVIL'S FOOD LOAF SPAGHETTI, 2 for' 21K :

the range that has every 'anltyv.tra: Large Client Hardwood Drawers .r.. -". r r r4 i sr a p j j jrf sr-: -. 33c aMM__ _. B _i M ec..

thing! No more waiting JELLY ROLL by Jane Parker 6"i37c

for the roast to come out 11 OZ., . dexo Shortening
Value $198 .. .
Original .
t
ottheo.enbetoreyoucan
,
.
1 put in the casserole dish Limited1% Number Come Early Sale Price Only $129.50 GOLD POUND CAKE ** 1 ft. 3 ft.'

9 or the biscuits. In the WE NEED SPACE I 10 oz. for -25c
PLAIN Self B* ierxr

t t sep.nteMeatOvenwholeroutswholehamswhole _- '" -:.: IiE=-"" "Back to School' 4. Ifm

LAYER CAKE 38c
.
;
chickens broiled HOME COMFORTINNERSPRING 59c.
i are or WE HAVE IN STOCK
4 ___ s
I **
M ,
-
barbecued -" e
to perfection,

_ ,1 leaving the cadre capacity of the big (18-inch AUTOMATICTOASTERS 12 oz. -LEMON. .GOLD. BAR. 1 Ib. can DAILY

r wide) bake oven free for bi cuits. cakes, MATTRESSES .., 29c DOG FOOD, 3 for

IF pastries, caiwole dishes, eta Marvel SANDWICH LOAF *II f
6 oc. cam! OLD SOUTH

OTHER- GRAN Betty Crocker & Sunbeam a 1 1-2 Ib. loaf 18c ORANGE JUICE, 1 12. 4 R
/
.....
Mr J ,1 IRONS Homestyle MARVEL BREAD

f triberciaT 11-2 Ib. loaf 18c WHITE HOUSE R1''
MILK 6. tall cans for o'ne
insulation; /dg? %t PRESTO j _

Cbarcol-aicf Broiler / S Sr i ilAatomatlcOreoCoaN. PRESSURE COOKERS
' 4 oz. can! BAKER'SCOCONUT

i t f frill I ; Divided Cooking. S 4 General i Mills Sale Price $3150 Elberta ,- : :J-! i co

4. (, Top; Safo-Tee-Kt* 'ii T raen PEACHES Ibs. .
-
C.And 00 29c ,
SUNNYF1ELD Self Rhine
{ i4 Bvraera; two Utensil PRESSURE COOKERS ....
'
.
Old .37 '
Viewers MattressBalance Yellow *""" .
fly ; Itimiog white North Carolina FLOUR; 5 Ibs. D

{ e Forcalaia EnameL See Q Many Other Small Appliances CORN, 6 for td,
slat all -- compare 25c Large

. '> X" bated i you bay a nag of All On EASY BUDGET PLAN! On Easy Terms $27' .50 LETTUCE Crackers kA,

sae kind. .w ... Iceberg" 2 for 19cRITZ mars
.__
s
l + Persian LIMES, ft. lOc Our Own TEA, 1 Ib 91 "

y \ Sept. 20 Credit Restrictions"' In Force AgainBUY Large California. '. -- i ..... "Nectar-" l TEA-l l B-, 1 "I11 9 i


GAS RANGES NOW' WHILE RESTRICTIONS ARE STILL LAX! POTATOES. 5 Ib s. 31c M B B M IV MBM M'I "'

fOI6ii 1M, .as tt "iomw" GAS .The Board of fioyernAra of the Federal Reserve System fesued Regulation Red Malaga .- TALCOScratch j

"W on Consumer Installment Credit under"' Public Law 905 which the GRAPES, 2 Ib.A&P.. . rye
President slimed August 16. ,1918-Meaning that ALL MERCHANDISE 29c Feed 2S Iba. .
PURCHASED AFTER SEPT. 20TH will be under the supervision TOMATOES .
of the 2 -
lb. Mash 25 Ibs.
Growing hit
12 Reserve Banks-Strict Down Payment and Monthly Terms. You 25c s
may '
SLADE GAS CO. Inc. and not have Laying Mash 100 Ibs..
; ,, PURCHASE NOW to pay the large down payments. R' ,

I 213 ,East Call Street Starke Florida. Phone 121 '
,
7" IT'S A FACT' YOU CAN DO BETTER AT APENNMOTOR r i'er

FREE BALLOONS AND DUST PANS OIL23cqt. I L s..
Denmark Furniture Co.PHONE OWNED AND OPERATED BY a..
FOR ADULTS ONLY GREAT ATLANTIC tit: PACIFIC THE t n
TEA' ''
1S1 STARKE FLA. 300-302 E. Can COMPANY l ''

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Miss Mary Jo Caldwell a regis Mra. E. C. Priest, mother of: Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Jopllng Mrs. Robert Tanner of Baldwin Mr*. Mary Dampier of Gainesville Mrs Ralph Williams of Indian'spoils h I Itf! 1

tered nurse with Charity Hospital Mrs. 1... B. Alvarez returned to and daughter, Judy of Lake City spent Sunday here with her mother was the guest of Mrs. P. M InO Is' the house guest (

Ii of LOCAL.:. NEWS j in New Orleans La. arrived her home In New River on Mon- spent several days the first of Mrs. Laura I. Powell.. Barefoot Tuesday afternoon.Mr. of Mrs. R.: B. Fernando. .. .I

Sunday to spend two weeks) va- day after spending the past ten the week at Klngsley Lake with :Mr. and Mrs. Phil Manassa of and Mrs. T. M. Hutch Ings, Ray Hicks of Jefferson. Texas, I I.

-- cation with her parents Mr. and i weeks at the Shadycirest Hospital, Mr. and Mrs Fred Guy. Jacksonville were weekend visitorsof visited Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dodson was visiting friends here Wednesday > '

Smith and Col. and Mrs. Maxwell Snyder I Mrs. J. Q. Caldwell, at the State where she has been under obser Mr. and Mrs. George R. Powellof Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Manassa. in Jacksonville Sunday. Of last week. 1

tr7. Hogan to Haw- have returned to their home in Farm. vation. Newton, N. C., are visiting at Mrs. P. W. Moore visited her ill,, ,
t Sunday Mrs. Holden Jacksonville after spending the I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Long of T. H. Osborne, who is studying the home of Mr. Powell's mother, sister Mrs. T. F. Brown, In

[,. and Smith's enterfamilY summer at the Hoppe cottage on Deland were weekend visitors of photography at the University oJ Mrs. Laura I. Powell. Hampton Sunday.It I

I.}folden barbecue and. Kingsley Lake.It Mrs. F. H. Long. Houston at Houston. Texas, it Mrs. John Brigs and children PAYS to TRADE with 8L.IDR. \\1

that day honorJn -I PAYS to TRADE with SLACK. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Bronsonof visiting here for two weeks. of Columbus. Ohio returned to Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Schmitt FOR A LIMITED PERIOD

on Smith. I Mr. and Mr. W. L. Andrews Orange Park spent the week- Mrs. W. L Andrews and Mrs.T their home Thursday of last week and daughters Betty Jean and ;f I

who has had as their guests this week Mr end with Mrs. Bronson'a parents, .. C. Chastain were among the after a visit with Mrs. Brlgga Mary, and Pinky DursMmer spent [ 5 1 1
Barefoot hospital and and Mrs. Cottman of Ocala and Mr. and Mrs W. Thornton. ones from here to attend the son-in-law and daughter Mr.: and Thursday of last week In St. 616 Tires*s CIIEAP AS 10.95EXCIIANCE r i
ed to the four weeks Ohio Mrs. J. I:. Chancey of West Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Stevens wedding of their sister Mrs. C. Mrs. C. 1... Curry. During their Augustine.Mr. .

Bl the past to her Palm Beach and Mrs Burnice and family have returned from D. Addison to George Cottman of stay here the Currys and their and Mrs F. J. Shaw and Known Product Fully ,GuaranteedUsed i
Ijiness! returned' : Bridwell and daughter, Janice of their two weeks, vacation In Miami Ohio which took place In the Ad- guests spent some time In one of family spent Sunday plcnlc cat Nationally I
I Electric Co.. In Key Lake Butler. and South Florida. ventest Ou.cn In Ocala Tuesday. the Nasworthy'cottages on Kings- Gold Head Branch. Tires Must Be, .Usable. 1

|hts on Monday. Ronald Andrews and Bert New. Mr. and Mrs. Prentis 'Morgan Aur\i.c 24, at 7 p.m. Icy Lake. Miss Mary Lou Dunhimer wilt I Phone 147 Temple Ave'' Starke, Fla.CONWAY'S :
I form Brassieres--. comb are spending this week in of Dallas Tex., will arrive hire .Mrs. C. W. Bailey haa returned! It PAYS to'TRADE with SlADE. spend the weekend In Brooksvllle j'. '

P'S. Kisslmmee with their friend Don Sunday to spend two weeks with f[to her home on Klngsley Lake Miss Hazel Moore returned Visiting her Taunt Miss Margaret I\\
I Humblo. Mr.. and Mrs. Edward.Burns. after a six weeks' vacation in Thursday to New Orleans La., Durahlmer. SERVICE STATION \
after vacation with hn f
Mr. and Mrs. A F.. Sauls have New Jersey.Mr. a ten-day Mr. and Mrs. William White ,
Mrs. J. D. Doyle accompanied POLISHING ..:- WAXING I I
mother Mrs. P. A. Moore at WASHING
[ Grow Up returned from a two weeks' trip her mother, Mrs. Fay GUI and]I and Mrs. L. S. Hutto had and three children who have been .' ELECTRIC ARC WELDING \ ,,: i'
Kingsley!: Mrs. Moore and GREASING .
to Morgan City La.,; where they; Mrs. W. K. Wilder and: ,daughter as their! Sunday guests Mr. and j jMr aka" t occupying the Kemp home on :11 '
FAST visited Mr...and Mrs.; A. F. Saula, Bobble Jean to Jacksonville Wed- *. T. F.. Hutto and* family ol her, lster. Mra. Geneva Strutn, South Street the past two years, Pressurized Or-Wanhlng To Remove Dirt Vacuum Cleanta. : j'. j

50 .. Jr From Morgan City. Mrs. Saula' nesday where Mrs. Gill. Mra. Wilder Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs T... to accompanied New Orleans Miss for a Moore visit. back have moved to Penny Farms. Mr.' of Vpholstep; Expert! Painting' See tr. For, Estimate. .
went on to Los Angeles, Cal., to I and Bobble Jean are spendingthe S. Stevens and daughter from White I I. stationed at the Jacksonville I
visit her son-in-law and daughter, remainder of the week with Gainesville. Mrs. J. H.' Fields has returned Naval Base. TIRES. TUBES *: BATTERIES SOLD ON BUDGET, PLAN ,"t

I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Prather.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. King. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and from a month's visit with relatives Mr. and Mrs. L. J. P'underburk Terms As Low As $1.20 Per Week I I' ;'
s )
and Dr.and .Mrs. H. In Virginia and North Caroline It
and Mrs John A.'Torode Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Churchwell son Jimmy had Mr. and Mrs. Mike Funder ',
'of' Jacksonville and Mrs. Pauline of Jacksonville were in Starke Mason Smith and son. Mason. Jr.,, C burk of Keystone Heights as SEE US FOR YQUR CAR NEEDS \ \. I
last weekin of Tampa are spending the Labor Mrs. A. W. Hendricks has returned dinner guests Monday evening.Mr. I
Torode were vacationing ruesday on business. ;
.
New Orleans La. Day weekend at the Hoppe cottage to her home In Newman, ., and Mrs Maurice Edwards AMOCO GAS and ACCESSORIES ,
Miss Caudle Hazen returned to on Kingsley Lake. Ga.. after a visit with her mother, and family and Miss Shirley Ann EXCHANGE ; tj
Glllen and Martha Ann Franklin, BATTERIES $7.93 up -
Diane duties in
her teaching Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden have Mrs. Miriam Klckllter, and sisters Shaw are spending this week at t.
Winkler spent the early part of La., on Thursday after spendingtwo returned from a two weeks' vacation Miss Dorothy Claire Klckllter and Jacksonville Beach. TIRES $12.75 and up EXCHANGE \, I
the week visiting Diane's 'grand weeks with her parents !.Ird I i
in Arcadia and Tampa. Miss Sammy Kennedy. Back to School clothes for <
parents Judge and Mrs. Guy Gil- and Mrs J. F. Hazen.
I Doyle Conner returned Thurs- Oil
Cloth at STUMP'S. boys & girls at STUMP'S.
: -
len in Lake City. Paula Glllen Mr. and Mrs. X. P. Shepherd II, day from a two weeks camping t. ty'

nl i years are ever- who had 15 stitches taken In her and son, I. P., Ill, of Newnan Camp near Shelby. Mich. .1 .
j glorious yearsthat leg last week as the result of InjurIes Ga., will arrive here Sunday to trip at the Youth FoundationMr. II .i I; 1 I Ii I

again. This received from a fall from spend two weeks with Mr. and and Mrs. Thomas W. Wilson .

come child', growthbe her tricycle, is very much better. Mrs. I. P. Shepherd Mr. and Mrs and son of Glen St. Mary visited t', ,

jour Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thede and O. E. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. C. the Misses Ruby Scrlbner and i SET RIGHT ,

recorded NOW. son, Ricky, of Jacksonville vis- C. Shepherd. Charlotte Jeanes last Friday afternoon a I a
'i"'i"t
[want your record to ited Mrs. Thede's mother ]Mrs, F. It PAYS TRADE with SLADE.Mr. ; :

lie, and an opportunist H. Long on Monday and Tuesday.Mr. C. G. Priest and daughter H. A. Bishop and son, H. A. YOURBUDGET .AT" ,. .

l 18 gone forever and Mrs. J. A. McIntyre Jeanette, spent the early partof Bishop Jr., are expected home : 1

ngl'l\1I'nts for a sitting and children of WUdwood are the week in Ponte Verde Beach the end of this week from great E I E :SETZER'Sts ,, : .

spending this week with Mr and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Van -H Bend, Kas., where they attendedthe (t ,., I '.
| today. funeral of their sister and .
Mrs. W. E. Thornton.Mr. Priest. .,
i "
and Mrs S.'J. Prescott of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre and aunt Mrs. Cora Moffett.

ood Camera Tullahoma Tenn., were visiting daughter. Nancy are vacationingIn Chenille Bedspreads, full )

Mr. Prescott's sisters, Mrs Fay St. Augustine this week. size, $4.95 at STUMP'S. DAY 't'
DON'T FORGET! SHOP FOR MONDAY-STORE CLOSED ALL ;
I Gift Shop Gill and Mrs. Mae Edwards the Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn and i ii.
latter part of last week. Charles Parker visited Mr. and

Strct At Railroad Poll Parrot and Star Brand Mrs. Merrill Johns in Green Cove CONCRETE BLOCKS I" i.I.I.

.66..- ...-s shoes for children. Stump's. Springs over the weekend. Ready Mix Concrete !

... Mr. and Mrs. Edwards Ricks And A, Full. Line Of bars OCTAGON SOAP24c3 ,
of Dade City have been visiting
Branch of friends and relatives for the past BUILDING SUPPLIESGive ''AI 1,' I

two weeks. Mrs. Ricks is the former ,.,,-0 TISSUE21c: !.: r: j
( INSURANCEC. Miss Doris Norman. r ." rolls GAUZE ri

Bobby Glatzau, a student at -
Stetson University has been thegut'At 7
of his uncle and aunt, Mr -- : : ; :
_. BLUE ROSE RICE 47c
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and Mrs. W. A. Scott. --- pounds '- :.i

C. WALL AGENCY Rev. and Mrs J. W. Kaufmanwill

return this week from a one !

PHONE 146 month vacation in Corning, Pa. JEWEL SHORTENING} r:
Mrs Fay Gill has had as her pounds

Constant Service Over 50 YearsLASSIFIED- guests the early part of the week new life .
Mrs. W. K. Wilder and daughter, po' ,
Bobble Jean of Pine Castle and to 1001 things ,o '

Mrs. J. F. Robb and 'children of withS".W'IfW.L..A packages TABLE SALT -, lOc

Hastings. Tommy Gill III re- .
turned to Hastings with.the Robbs Htm
"-<
for a few days visit
I Mrs.' John P. Udell has been boxes KITCHEN,' MATCHES G I It
Pot SALE!: AT BAROA1!>f3': k.r'S" fcalle'r'to"h8r"T>om r'1n'''Newstrk, ENAMELOIDColorful ;
TRESSES f. sene ranges, I coal ran C.. ._ _. ,,,
Blade Gas (o., two doors -from i N. J., because of the serious illness -
ML KINDS: .
ttC.VOVTED railroad track on Call St. tf I of her father. ; !Applies ea.->. '
Miss Madge Brownlee la returning ilrl Dries onickl*! .
NEED A HOME In a hurry-Have ;
frame house 14x20, 2-room and today from Hahtra Ga., Wears. bcauo/ulljrl CLOROX BLEACH 15c
bath, good, pre-war lumber metal where she has been visiting Miss .. qt.
roof, all plumbing: fixture (tub) ANNISBUILDING ,
water pipe, sink, electric wiring:, Lily Starling for a week.Mra. .
( gas hot water' heater, Z-burner S. B. Dennison of Plant SUPPLIES Inc. .,
gas hot plate, some furniture, '
Hud !i.. box (not electric). Will City visited her sister, Mrs. W. Golden Rose '
1036-1048 W. Main St., So.
I I 3 lb. 1.07
sacrifice BAKE-RITE I
muni move for from quick present cash sale.Bite You tat E. Thornton, a few days last can i 1
|rtRmREIPHOLSTERED Church and 8th flI.. Ktarke) to week. GAINESVILLEPhoiMi PURE CANE \ r 'f
your lot. Contact R L.: Matthew,
dress and
Itradfnrd County: Telegraph telephone STAR BRAND I 217-218 PO Box 62 t :
REFINISHED 29, Htarke. tf work shoes for men. Stump's. I'" .6 GINGHAM GIRLSALAD i '
X>p l'a A Card ,
GS' :MATTRESS CO.. FOR SALE: 2 Iota' facing Orange DRESSING 45c SYRUPGOLDEN
St. Total price' for the two loin qt.
o Falatka, Fla. In 1800. Errol Alvarea, 802 I.a- ,
fayette St. .. lip NOW YOU CAN SEE ,IT ., t i iI

FOK SALE: Missionary Strawberry 1i
OR SALE plant by the bed. M. Kboden. ROSE ., I 1.15
4 miles out on Ralford road. .
J 1 I-EEDROOM! residence, Name on mall box. 8tp 8-27 BUYIT! a t .
m' of Starke, Just com- TRY IT I FLOUR 251bs. s. r 1.59 ,

||;T ip and for. Concrete" : h.Block ATTENTION 1100 down:|35 Colored month. New veterans.home ,. gal.

|\p' t price In town.; In beautiful subdivision for colored of
|R8, half Kiting I fxft", people. Available at once
to anyone. A. A. A. Construction i '
HE.. CementOle.. Block Inc., Telephone 217, Gainesville. Setzer'sBREAD lOc
Concrete
pipe. Stepptn Fla. 4t10 r '
bit. Piers' Mortar *"s, e _i, .
k. 8-ROOM HOUSE FOR SALE: near r
( hauling Fill dirt forTS .
school, lu d.lr..1t'.t.: .. 12.SOO .- -e_.
Terms If N. D.
In
high ground city limitsof 1200 up. Walnwrls-ht. Jr., 129 W. Call Sf. I Iw THOMPSON SEEDLESSGRAPES
IO! per' mo.y Starke. Fla. tf
type of building con- '
FOR SALE T 1-2 acre and 4- Ib. 15c
I IVCii Oalvanlaecl room unfinished house 3 miles Ne other Automatic
SD '?... per ).PIP.I',, ,? from Starke. Total price $1025; ,
load.. I4SO down and easy terms.. N. D. _her Has.. So Many ;_ IRISH \
'b qI'il' ton"1"1 winch.drive dump Starke Walnwrlrht Fla., Jr..129 W. Call St tf, IMrtOVU RATUDS' I Ie ? CRISP,, ICEBERG Iw

I) "EIRI!: Q CO. Ie '
El :rs Ph..j .4 FOK SALE: g-plece dining roomsuit Portable < LETTUCE head' ., Ioe: r
Phyffe bleached style.:mahogany:: Contact, R.Duncan B,1 No Bolting Down POTATOES
Thoro WishingTop
TOUR Alvarea and Son Storage Ware-
TIMBER house. Phone 9105. Box 778. tf I e .loading Cover I 1 1I
Now .Drier' Clothes NICE BIG GOLDENBANANAS
'Cash FOR RENT 2-room apt. and bath; i
Prices
Paid furnished: with elec. refrigerator .FIltered WitsrAutomatic '
and gas stove: will rent. It Soap Dispenser 10 Ibs. 35c Ib. lOc ,
BUY IX BULK reasonably to teacher. Across. st .Water Temperature Control ;
1 bedroom for
from school. Also
>R IN I UNIT rent.Mrs. A. F, Sauls, Phone 183- No Oiling .. No Greasing / < l 1
W. It Rinse Water Saved .T GARDEN FRESH \.; ,,

WIN W. PECK FOR .SALE: 1 kerosene ranirette.. )> .

Pr 0. Box, 463"ntsville Fla.Postcard: Jackson Ilk. new.at Reasonable.postofflce.Sea Blake Itp .Com. this la r.volufloaary.and ask tos. TOMATOES lb. 12c I

FOR RENT 20x30 store and firm all-automatic wash.r. >
unfurnished house on adjoinIn -
t a and I *; lot. Electricity. See Mr.. Bessie Now-for the/frit time-you tan: tee and try 0*new
1 come Carter at Buck's Place, 2- G-E MI-AMomilie Wa h i. You can see the G-E t.AUAutomatic jrd

II Wlte see you. highway.mlle north of Stark on Jaw UpI .clothe to damp-drying do M the them.work-lrom Here is aU aoaking'you dos Uw .. ... Fresh Meats & Sea Foods

all linear 4-ROOM APARTMENT FOR RENT: _
to"'obll"""m" for. lI.blllt". and I 2 bedrms.. bath, living-A dining t TOM in the clothes add soap and act the dUlfc When the>cpihc i !k
your
1). Insurance rms. &kltchenette.Wouidcon.lder soaked' washed. rinsed and damp-drMd-raU suioouu<:allr i
It, Walnw.lah&, Jr" U. couple with on. child In high have bee CAUGHT WEST COASTShrimp '
Piton. 1" tt Krhool. ,Special rates for school .many pieces: arc actually dry enough to iron *DaaMer. ._ FRESH

CHEAP nu term. F Btarke.' A. Scott, 805 Temple Itp only does the G-t Ail-Automsilc Washer ts..you hours o{
1K.ton Avenue not
: Navy duty tr.naml._ f..ork and stteniion. but it hoc all the lectures you'"e 81....). wanted
maim noo body: Also aaarkt FOR SALE: 40-acra farm on Highway washer. OAK Mullet '
; 18 near Brooker flood land in an automatic LIVE
Coed .- .
Ia. lambert t for general farming lend six- GENERAL ELECTRIC ; II
room house, electricity. Bargsln. .
I One lIS aoher. meat cutt.r. _See Stanley Sales at place. Itp HOME LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT tl
E
Call SL tr FOR RENT. : Furnished. house at SMOKED
To Jty! Kinsley Lake. 3 bedrooms with '

\Io.y.In.I.rO"'lItlnn.,Treadle RI Prefer Gains sewing.a. sleeping bath circulating rooms! with oil heater.running Also; Nationally Advertised Price $349.75 3Sc 12h/c
3.
se tae water In Starke. Apply Mra J.
lip :M. Mitchell 302 W Madison St. '
LB.
T' ".... lip SAUSAGE
.
'.1 or 133.home On Walnut Reduction Offer Only $299.00Buy LB
tip rOR HA I.E. Sl.SM: Large lot ,, with &
and bath
small hausev 2 rooms
nMt3f FOR SALE: See hot and cold -water furnished. 20 Ten down TENDER WESTERN I .
before September percent
.. .
h'tn'Ir mil". north uf Situated' on Park St. Contact Mrs.R. CENTER CUT
of Jax blll'h.Itp. O. Nunnery $25 E. Adam Sr., ,
r' Jacksonville.'p/ -2t months to pay the balance CHUCK ROAST
bue 25c '
WHITEBACON .t
+
In. that new FOR SALEroom house and hath.
110.ltln. .
liliog 'or. Come lou... Furnished lr''''..Int across from ORSIRLOIN ,, ;
hall park on W. Washington St. y
r' what It lte1.. *-1 Up Ib a
'p01 "III do. Owner Wm. Otto. ii

0L513. Can Herningway by on,.easy 231ltp LOST Small IN- ..dARslob pin. M.lt.I G. J. McGRIFF STEAK .. } ,

It small pearm around -
.. ii..n. Innoraprlne mat'III" cross shape.ed... Old EnsllshE" In Ave & Pratt St.
Corner Temple
203 : 29c
p 0" oil Planding black settlnr- Vivian .Duncan,carethis Phone 49c lb. Ib.
arksL. Cunt'. p. newspsper. lip 9-11
Reward, 'It":; FLORlDA-
STARKE
-:-
,LOST: Ladles yellow gold Bijlovawrlstwatch ,
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; Quad. ... I". with expansion band.
.' Reward. Mrs.'D. C. Padcett Brit ,
hooker'a It oker .Fla., qt4C


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'. 'cordance' with that certain Final sesl l of the said town to bo hereunto unknown: (7fANCF.R1 Samuels. O'FFIClAL$ BEAU A. J Thomas e(:. unkn
Arthur vs. :
andanswer ( I
Defendant. Case No affixed thin the Roth day of you are required to appear Plaintiff /
e M. A Fries i Decree of Foreclosure and Hale re ndered above named petitioner Claudia. Orlffen f" efen As Clerk of laid Court raySfcSNI
/ W I H. Mur August. A, b. *. the !
: by the Hon. John A. iJJll and v Hay.en CrosbY. D. C. flSe above I
causeon
:, PUBtJ CATION AND phree.. :Judge of the Circuit Court (OFFICIAL, ) In the above day named of September Court. 1948 "nt.ORD RSOfr"lJBijfCATION AND Exchange Wherein COUrt >1r>I
lint i
the
APPEAFL Mayor
J.tl1 I M-tliER1JF TO Florida. In Urn Harold C. Wall uUdlnc1"cklonvt'tYe.. } (ndDublisft
:!h' Hampton OF, whose FLO residence RJDA tt it rult of certain Bradford Court ca" countYj of Bradford Inor In the County Clr Curl ATTEST John: City Clerk adopt wherein the the said. petitioner James Norman neck Harris to STAN:CF.OF TO FLO APPEAR RIDA, to I for Flf.- 8-20 4t"Ior'iaAttvs. 9idORDH ( this COunty Order Tel S k so I,.,.".,.

By Mrs..M. C. Sweeney 1,lien. Geo aherebv: reoulred tcaooear Florida. In Chancery, wherein. .0,1 D.WilliamhH.eBeahiereetl 1-13 St .-10 a minor.Witness. my. hand and official Claudia Griffons Samuels, whose weekly Witness Issues. In n: Ib t.

,; I .' e You on Sentember 20. 194i8. {n al aie* Hefendantn. rOIRT.- BRADFORD seal this the 18th day of August, re o'i.ncer unknown hereby: rcoulred/ to ('OPINTY.OFLORIDA; IN 8E'aJ lit tarke ItIv. !land

:, 1\\\ SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY the wherein above plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce cause,, Case. No. 8477,by the said urnl-jr..- 'OI'\ITY.IV CIRCUIT:......ORn.1 .....' 1941.. J.at Thomai Stark FloridaA. Official Seal) aDD>tr on SeDtember 20. 1948. intha 4 DorothY Lewis Warner Plaintiff 19. 1948. h'Jorld"", jwSir) I Io:
( shall! signed Special Master 1'\1 REt Adoption of James Norman Court. above named Court and cause. berenoant.8e I (OFFICIAL !
of tl. Warner SEAL
\ school will open Bra Hampton frlont'oor I) C.
In next tour Crosby TbOtI
ell the Order of By Heven shaltpublish
{r' Dub( sh outcry at the south Carlisle' Petitioners. Starke Bradford County Te esraDh Jiell .- ''Bv Haven Crosby laid >
f doors Monday morning Sept. 'i weekly Issues. county courthouse In HtarkoFlorida K.: K. Ferryman. Atfy. Order in next tour fb Ctii
1 t term. Faculty Witness my hand, and official the to the highest. and ben ORDER OF PUBLICATION Florida.. *'20 4t 8.10 this c ,F t.PPEAR j Zgach H. ikuglas C.
.,: ttl for the 1948.49 I seal at !Starke.: Florida this AUK. bidder for (cash during the legahours AND NOTICE TO APPEAR -- I W. ilness"Umv' Hand and I official I James rest-I Attve JackSOIlVllle. \V&I

:\ i,r it, members principal.are Miss Mrs Dorothy Ola M. Perkins Swan- f&F'ltIfAL} As Clerk SEAL of) A.said J ThOmas Court. ber Ith of 1941 sale the on situate fulll"ln/l'Monday"In .Bradford Hrptem described -. mer flTAT"F. Harris r\f FLORIDA whoa residence TO- MortU la' FORD COCN'fl.:: >FLAkIDAiA IN- seal at Starke. Florida.. this Augr. Warner whose Plf. 8'20 f'lei 4t ,.

: .; bom of Lawtey, Mrs. Floy Sullivan Jo'l\ Crosbv. D. JD... County property Florida, to-wit:: -
and Miss Louise : Brown. Starke. Jack, The 1-;'... of 8WK of :NE'i\ of Sec
: of There .
; sa. Duncan. 1017 Cvnch BldK.: tlon 35 Twp 7 H., R 22: E; alaobeginning ---elm-------n-, Sawa v t.swks., yw ,
1 -t Raulerson of Waldo. sonville. Florida. at the southwest corner ------------lts9
Nlta Johnson will begin Attvs. for Plf. 8-20 4t 9-10 of sick of NE'4 of said Sec.
Mrs.
4 IS thence run North 210 yards 119NY'
cook, ( I 111 I IT ('01'11T. nn.DFOMIKtlVFV. > tlon ;
3' her third year as cafeteria IN .* IM tlltNnp'al .- thence r'Wi East 70 yards, thence lAgfI
FI.OMIU !
Green will again serve ( run South' 210' yard, thence run
.' ... : 1 and H.' C. tI: <:RY. West 70 yards to point of beginning
James W. ,4Tg.5
.
,I"'/(0(;Iv 4 r I, the school as caretaker. Why o Whyte., Ifen OF A lant PtJE-UICATION.ltrl..v: No. 8789: loss,; together containing. with 23 acres all tenements more or al

Ic r RITES! ORDER hereditaments I appurtencea
IIICKS FINAL AHHKAHSTATE 'ln.n'l
'i AND:: ;NOTICE TO .. '
lJ..t. 'J The funeral services of OP FLORIDA; to!1 thereto A. J. Thomas, Jr.
W. Whyie. whose reNldem' uhTiiiii1 _.
hi. A. C. Hicks, Jr., 39 brother of James and address I I.: Bonney Hotel Athens -' V. Knight Special MasterITollls I _
I I ,...ti'' Mrs. A. O. Pope, were held at nnnylvanla: I'Starke Fla.

: .!ps\\f the graveside in Santa Fe Cemetery September You are 21 required, 194t, to In appear the aho\on(IAllorn"y 8-13 4t 9-3 for Plaintiff e quantity Bights Reserved

: :I!;: Monday afternoon with the named Court and cause wherein '
i : Bradford
.. reeks divorce.
\ \ Rev. W. A. Scott, of Starke, of County ilulntlff Telegraph shall publish. i" TUB' rinrtrr coi'MT orRKAiiKtmn 1 Prices Good Thru Saturday, September 4
thiN order In next four weekly COUNTY rxonmt
t"" iJ.,'' ficiating.Mr. I.eue. IV 111 \M :EHV. (,'._ JV... e76J. 1
\ Witness my hand and official Mae UoleJH Hammond, Plaintiff, Ask At Store for Special, 4
-Page
1 1( Mr. and Mrs. James Walker seal at Ktarke Florida, this Au.u to'PFlCIAlj ve. James" E. Bane, Et. AI., Defend 4
1}t i tyiJUand' daughter. June of West Palm 25. un anta. 1 Color Price List!

Ff f< ': '''' Beach, and Mr. and Mr.. Ever- ( Aa SEAL Clerk) of A. Bald J. Thomas Court. ANt ORDER NOTICE OF )PUBLICATION TO APPEAR 4 STOCK UP FOB mtOM+

& *'fett Geiger and little son. Jerry. By Haven Crosby, 1) C.Oeo OF FLORIDA TO ; '
:ir THE STATE: :
STORES CLOSED
L.. Patten Starke, Florida William. J. + V4.Lr. MONDAY-Bnv >En.
1.. ) i ,'..of Jacksonville have returned AU,*. for Plf. 8-27 4t 9-17 Mary Evelyn Walpole Bane the residence Walpole.ol NNOG DAYE # N,1 To Lost 'TO' .q,
I N.JI'1' r,to their homes after a :week'sHi each of whom IN. unknown, and ; Tuesday!
f ,i visit with their father, Bolen Hall IV CIRCUIT COIHT. BRADFORD ,James E. Bane, a resident of Aberdeen ." '" _, __ _ __ _, _ _
t'OI''I'' FLORIDA. ly. l'11.4V- Hotel Third and Klngsley -
:\I' :" "', t who has been quite 111. Friends RY. tits, Aabury Park, New Jeraeyi
C l I HOLIDAY FOOD PRICES EVER
4 j t. rejoice to hear of Mr. Hall's Kay Hhaplro: Plaintiff 1 va.: MajiHhaplro and to nil parties. having. or claimIng In Plain & Simple Words: THE HOTTEST FEATURED
No. 678t Interest Hen
t A Defendant.: Cane > any right title or
nnd trust
l i" \ J continued improvement, ORDER OF PUBLICATION In or to the property hereinafter
"i ik ;r [* will soon be out again. AND NOTICE TO APPKAK described: IREET1NO: All 5c Soft ( '

,f' z,, ):' If She Sympathy is extended to Mrs. STATE OP FLORIDA and to! You suit are has each been hereby Instituted notified In thatA thaabove ,H
iOla M. Perkins on tile death, Max Bhaplru. whose reHldenre named Court and cause a-
hl h In
940 Tiffany Street
address :
and each of andNell. Bottle
net Saturday, of her 94-year-old New York galnst you you 19
-/ '.n bron H Nollman aa d"t..ndo..lNby.1I1I" Drinks 6
1, ;; ..: W father in Albany, Ga. Mrs. Per- September you are 27 required, 1948, to In appear the Mliove.named on to foreclose Doleja Hammond aa a first aa and plaintiff prior Carton
,
Court and cause wherein .
{;
y immediately:. : and support lien a mortgage over the following .
seeks divorce
plaintiff _
,
"i on hearing of her father's property situate In Bradford County .
for minor child BradfordCounty "
i fJ': : : critical illness, remained Telegraph shall pUhllNhIhl. From Florida" Northwest, to-wit: corner of NE' Fray.-Bentos Corned 1i Van Camp's Pork &
'{!''i'f [ ..., H. 22 9:., run South 445 ft. to a
: week. .. official
home this Witness hand and
"44vz V Mr. and Mrs. L. A Wynn of'h neal at Mtarke. my, Florida, this August Rest:: 1115.1 of :! beginning ft, to Went, thence line run of 2

,'h ; ; 'Hampton 1 Lake had as their guests 25.( 1948.OFjo'III tT. "I A'.) A, J. Thomas StHto. Road along 100 West thence. .line run of Southeasterly Maid. f BEEF i r* Beans No 2 Cans 29
Bald Court.
of
An Clerk
.;.tB'I'.(; \ | last week the latter'g sisters, Fly Haven. Crosby 1>. C. State fined 1738 ft., thence runWest
,1 4; ,;{M:, /Mr8. F. M. Bullock and Mrs. A. T. Frank indrum! Ktarke. Florida 9.1'1IV I 165 ft.670 more.J ft.or, thence less, to run point North ofbeginning

ra\: \ ;' ,.1... M-7. Williamson, of Cerro dordo Ally*, for Plf. 8-27 4t I hpr.'I"m..nt. I the tenements
"; C. While here the Wynns and and appurtences i 1 o
IlYi': w f'IRTIT roi'HT. BHAMKOHUfKHV. thereto belonging. : PENNSYLVANIA ELBERTA
t llijN.( guests went sightseeing inN (''ol'\I'r, "'LORIO.'. IN. (,'''.'N. and you and each of you are required -

.. 1'':! | Ocala, and Sliver Robert. J Tlc. Plaintiff va. Mary cause on to October file appearance 4th, 1948 In otherwise said

t; h, gSprlngs.ft Film Tlce. Defendant. Cane No, the allegations of plaintiff'sbill 12.a.Can39C Peaches 3 Lbs 33C
fi',1 I Charles Batten and children 781.ORDER of complaint will be taken as
: OF PtT'LICATlON confessed, by you.
'jlmoved,to Hampton Jast week from AND NOTICE TO APPEAR The Hradford County Telegraph .
1' FLORIDA I"I designated' aa the duly qualified or: .
Tbere STATE OF to:
t'f ', Miss a Betty Home attended the< Mary Edna: Tlce whose residence hall newspaper be published In which weekly this In notice thenext t Roasting
'I\ I.: Care !State! Hospital, Morvan- Corn 5 'or29c,
four laauea.Wltnesn '
weekly *
,1) t. j ''White-Barton wedding last Sun ton You. North are Carolina required: to "i appear on my hand and the ..",,1'(1' 'p ) Ears
!\ day[ afternoon in Starke. September 27. 1848, In the above aid Court at Stark, Bradford
*4 I: ,'' Mr.: and Mrs. R. M. Fanchei'of named Court and wherein ([minty, Florida, this August 17th fI"t"
cause
it. ;\? :
.
.
,1 f plaintiff seeks divorce and tare, I91H. : "' '
.'of Gainesville visited Mr. M. M. custody and control of the minorchild A. J. Thomas,
SUPERBRANDOLEO Thompsoi
>. .f Bradford Clerk Circuit Court PYadford Coiin-
Williams) on Sunday.
Official, Grupes21b/33
I ( Seal
9I ryFlorida
'
S I'I't Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hazen and County Order Telegraph In next shall four puhllxhhlM weekly Itollls V. Knight Starke., Florida. )

'\(1( 1 .' children. Billy and Ella Jane of HNiieM.Wltnena, Attorney for Plaintiff. 8.20 41 9-10 29
lb
'
*
hand/ and official '
N, Ocala? have been spending several seal I at Starke my, Florida this August .iv' ciiicirr cornT. BHADFOHOorvrv. C'Avocados
{' days at Hampton Lake. 21, 1948. ([ FLORIDAIN CHAN:
f 3 25'
14 OFFICIAl. REAL) A. J. Thomas (Fit: Y.Ethel far
( ,
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hlnsorf Aa Clerk nf said Cuurt.) Purrlsh Hlldreth Plaintiff
.
:flr' vm." Johnny Hlldreth, Defendant.Case
Jacksonville were visiting rel' ly Haven Crosby 1) C. .
Ir '. H. Harrison 105 Law No.- 6752.OrtDER Redi-Mixt Colored Oleo .
lives here Sunday. Hulldlnr Jarkaonvllle 2, OF PUPLICATION Yellow I Snowhite
]1. '/ Miss Ruth Sibley of Therensawas Attya. for Plf. E"'h..nlf"I AND NOTICE TO APPEARS
; Ir"wa.. a weekend guest of Miss: TAT K 0 F FLORIDA to: Solid 1 ii m fffm \ Quarter, I
ri I" riHCVIT r'oi'wr, HRAnPOIIIt Johnny Hlldreth, whose residence "" Onions. 3 Lbs 14c Cauliflower Head 33c
,i4t' rq .i Martha Horne. ('01'MTV, YtORIDAIY: CHAN and address la: oo| Mrs lIulI'bPler.on. Pack Pack ,
rp.HT. *5 Organ Street Wolcott,
tl aille Hue Johnaon. Plaintiff va. New York: r"dr
r"yA : e. et ''
You are required to appear onSeptember
Sarah Johnaon, Defendant Case Sweet
\ 1 No. (790. named Court 13, and 1948 cause In the, wherein above. Lb 45C Lb 47C Carrots 2 Bchs 19c Cabbage Lb 5c
.) : :1- J. Rising ORDER OF PURLICATION I I I Plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration Potatoes Lb.29
; AND NOTICE TO APPEAR of maiden name Bradford
: By Mm.' Edward Norman STATE OF FLORIDA to:: (Tounty Telegraph shall publish. this Lettuce' Lb 12c Lemons 2 LCalif. 29c Calif. Long WhitsPotatoes
t Sarah Johnaon-, whose roaldenoe In
: Order C In next four weekly Issues
t.. : e.' :. e e unknown:: I .Witness my hand and official BALLARD BISCUITS 2 Pkgs 27c Red Bliss .
You are required to appear on1 seal at Starke Florida, this August .
r IIg t M : Mrs September. 17, 1948, In the above i 10, 1948. '
't -Sgt. and R. C. Thomas American Velveeta Pimiento
\ or
named Court and nauae, wherein i .[OFFICIAL SEAL) A..I. Thomaa I Potatoes 5 flu 33c 'Lopes Lb I2c 5 Lbs 33c
''Ui t a ; : 1 nd little son, Kenneth Cecil, of plaintiff .....k. divorce Bradford ) AM Clerk. of laid Court.

l?. ,Iff f) ( )?\|Valpraiso, Fla.-were'visiting relativea this Bounty Order Telegraph In: next shall four puhllBhl weeklymuietf. I I T. Frank By Landrum Haven: :, sfro1c"Yirl D.':ldc,;., KRAFT LOAF CHEESE Vi-tbtoai 34cKRAFTS

r'l in this section Saturday. Utya. for Pit, 8-)3 4t 9-3
;. yi\1 Mrs. Thom ,a will be remembered Witness; my hand anti official; I 1
,
\ eat at Htarke Florida, this AuguatI NOTICR' or KLKCTION
"r 11 'as Miss Rosa Mae Norman. 1D4S T, Harold C Wall, Mayor of Starke MAID SWEET MIXEDPICKLES
:r.f1.11 f Mrs, Elvlee Driggers of Plant (OFFICIAL BEAD A. J Thomas, Florida, by virtue I of the authority SALAD IZPfSSNGCA.
\1; Aa . f City and Earl Moore and friend, Hy HRV"'r by, 1). C. 'an election to be held at the City
(A '"Gene, of Lakeland were visiting Sach II. Douglas :nV.. Ashley St., Hall In the aforesaid town by the
.
.
I atkaonvllle, Florida, I qualified voters on Tuesday Sepfinher 22.0z21c
r'relatives J here this weekend. AttyM. for rif. 8-27 4t 9.17 14, 1948 for the purpose ofelecting
t't' 9. Earnle Norman and sons Bobby + the following nfflcera:

\-\tf. y '(and Buddy, of Gainesville were IV. rincilT IOIRT.OINTV. 1111 111"0"I I Three, Aldermen. for Two. Yaa.r .
i\ { ( FLOHlllet 1\1: I'll4\- Inspectors of said election: S.E.
lWi jvisltlng hUt mother, Mrs. Maggie KHV. Sparks R F. Demorent T. !S! Wills /
!/ i 'Norman Miriam Cooler Plaintiff, va. Charles ms, p. O. Hemingway B. B. Plain or SR
'r Sunday. nmv lanll. ,
' F. Defendant Cane No. U763.
-J t : | Mr.. and Mrs Gordon Jones ORDER OP Pl'PlICATION In testimony whereof I hereunto /
.Ilj. ; .$'and daughter. Carolyn and Her. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I iiibsrrlha my name and cause the
STATE 0 F FLORIDA: FLOURBallard 5 Lb.43C
:4P l'') .J ;'bert Norman were visiting In Charles F. Cooler, whose renlrtonreIn
: 1412 Jefferson Street, Savannah
";. ;3 ,'Cedar Keys Sunday. Ua.1 AUTOMOBILE
' } Mrs. Rachel Green and daughter You are required to appear on LIABILITY INSURANCE l
\ Nellie Green, and grandson September 13, 1948, In the above
named Court and cause wherein Although not compulsory Is '
,7' IjClyde, of Brooker and Mr and plaintiff aeeka divorce and custody MURRAY VANILLA'Wafers
: .i'r !iMrs.: Edward Rolerson and son, of the minor child... BradfordCounty much safer to carry Liability
?' : Telegraph shall publish this Insurance. I represent only old
rp i1 Sll j 1[ Tommy of Starke were visiting Order In net four weekly Isiuea .
;", Si Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman Witness my hand and official line reliable stock companies.Your
) J I seal .t Htarke! Florida, this August business will be appreci 12oz25c
Co'a' ( Sunday. 11. 1948 '
'i. \'il Mr and Mrs. J. C.' Larrymoore (OFFICIAL SFAT.I.. J. Thomll ated.
\L 1\[ > AS Cleric of auld Court. 129 W. Call StreetOpposite
: Homeland and Mrs. Elma Lewis fly Haven Crosby, D.
,.'of Starke were visiting Mr. and Zach IT. Douglas, 31: West .. Bradford Co. Telegraph: PINT
Street, Jarknonvllle,
; ,l:fSMra.! Edward Norman Sunday. Attya. for Plf. 4.11 4t C'I Phone lot FABulous
i
_
I' Friends of
Mrs
. Nancy Green N. D. WainwriKht. Jr.
; :g )will be sorry to know she NOTICE OF U.1'1
I is Take notice .that under and In ar.l I *
y very ill at this writing. We all oR Pi4NC! F A B Box29C
;."I 'f wish her a speedy recovery. ----- .- ...... ...... - ... (, ilt PE ItFLCp Large

,,\, ... "f}. V Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Byrd of '
Come In And Line
See Our of New
Tb :tt ,Jacksonville :
it were visiting Mrs. U. S. Gov't. Graded BABY BEEF
1
vlr, parents. Mr and Mrs S
1 ;' !oI' IIBYrd'a this weekend. BICYCLESNow

4:!,.i.. 'pL'RT: RR.4TI- Rib STEAK Lb 69 ; i

'4'f. ,lmSc1f ?4 Y, FLOhIDAi. 1I Now on display at our store

I ofdat n. Plaintiff vs.i TERMS TO SUIT -
i
Case
i Rl No + Sirloin STEAK Lb 7geJC .. .
tt
;
B'IdpCp10pNR .
"t r. ; AND ALSO USED. BICYCLES AND Quick Frozen Grade A ;
'
' f .' S$ b 'io F .i J..n, A towhose Jf1. BICYCLE, REPAIRS \-ri

... 11 MsSachWts? Street res "&<<: &:. I STEAK .* Dressed & Drawn J
Lou : T.BOH. Lb, 89 ,,

1' V.,. IDDe.1" ?'&tfrmv&. is MM-- insChuct *

( the above ', OUTSOAftD MOTOMS
yt \ "i wherein County eVklTdlvc I Irnkel Ham FryersCut
'' t Br6? hour
1 ouDliah weeklv' .suea. In next (, Burger Lb 59c

Vitrtess I mv Kand and official BIGGS & BAKER Lean
f. ;t' \ tarke Florida. thin Aug. M:

r ,f...... i0FW&At t> Fresh PorkHAMS Fresh Ocean Fresh OceanSHRIMP C eea
EkLI A. J Thomas 105 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. BREAM tee
: Court. Lb 25c
'B v Ha n rosbv D 69
- -- "i#
J'' t Butrdtnr a Exchange '
acksonviile
Mesh t Lb
'TtVeTfor Pl!. ksonvllljo;! VtSLICATION ${ Lb 25c .

'i! ,
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES
f Red Perch .l .
.
VOR' '
<'ot'STlfO.'LOklD.\1; 1sh1 Ha!. or
!' e-ltRV. A Complete Line of Builders Supplies FILLETS Lb 29c I .,

; farce Roma dl. Plaintiff va. Er- Phone 43 Across From 8.A.U Delivery Sertlro' Whole! ...
Depot 37C
t
Ole : Mackerel "
; Defendant. Case SSe King -
.... ( \ 6.10 Lb frLbAvq .
)RD jOmand1. 0 AND STEAKS: Lb 45c ,,:*r'R.; .; ?I':.t... '

tr8oieeV manl wt. Sherwin-WUIiama Palau FaJrtHMksMorsaHome e
: %%tncS Faint Tour House Water Systems
id ad 9O .et' Pork or Beef PalmoMv Octagon' Cleaer-
seir And Pay by The Month Term If DeolredMETAL -

t You Don are Sent herebY ember York:reoul 20. }948. to n M r Soap Swift I fiti ;

I he ahovo named J Court an, cause. & COMPOSITION ROOFING -Nut33c

( J, r.rd he\ In D ou8tv! Teiegranh seeks divorce I shalq Thick-Ban Asphalt Shingle. (Gwen et. Blue) -Bulldlns; Hardware 12-oz Can 4'1C RegCkFtekeg gc PowderMed 8 e Can 11 C

.r ub1v n next tour Hardware. Cloth Common and Finish Nails Asb* Large

.;f W1tne. Florida d toe Siding; Cement Mortar Mix
at Aui
&&al starke. this
Octagon
UUbuoy of Cut Rite WaxPaper Swanson BonedChicken
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA ;'
BRADFORD
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L .SE: rE11BER S. I. _'" ..._ 'ft", (I..t. Wells were business vtaltol'll I '
1 of Lake Butler, Dr and Mrs. )l
Brooker Revival Bricks For New ChurchPictured dleton of Starke Mr. and Mrs., Rev. Hall. to ),"ffubbard, a student of I
Starke Baptists Get First and family of Ala. Mra. S.A. Daniel spent the weekend Richard i''"
News Commences Monday Bryan Lynn at her home In Gainesville. Ohio State University la visiting I
Burch and 1Irs.111 Andrewsof I
shun Mr. Mr "
Stelln demons Miss Lois Osteen of Lake Butler his uncle and aunt Mr. and I A"
Following a week of cottage New River. Mra. recent dinner guest of Mil L. H. HUI this week.
and Mr*. Guy Pin. was a
prayer meetings, the Brooker : of Miami. Mr. Jacksonville Gwendolyn McRae.\ Mr. and Mr*. Carl Fuhrer of "

[8t Church Baptist' Church will enter intoa holster and family of ,Mr: and Mrs.' E. R. Batten of Jacksonville was the guests of Mr. k C;", I

the anniversary revival meeting beginning Sept. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Guy! Plnhplster.! Starke were dinner guest of and Mr*. L H. Hill last Satur.' I
l Is Jacksonville
sunday of the First Bap-] 6 at 8 p.m. Rev. Don Martin of Jr., and family of of Starke. Mr. and ]drs. A. J. Fender. day. Mr. Fuhrer receive his degree t

pastor the fourth Webster. Fla., will\ be the evan 1 .. Mrs. Susie Andrews and Rev.' Marshall and family and from tha School of PbarmI
arks and closes The Church extends Mr. and Mrs Clyde Coleson of Florida, next:
gelist. an McRae
leaderahlP. In recog- and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. were acy University it
Mr.
Starke,
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of
1111 occasion the men Invitation and urges everyone !to family and family of Law visiting/ Mr. and Mra. A. F. HallIn Saturday night. ,

of this morning will beLook" attend. I Hermie Mrs.Kelly Kelly of Lawtey Jacksonville Friday Mr. and Mr. L. H. Futch and .'f I d!

sunday The choir under Regular service of the churchIs tey Mrs., Janet Maggie Truluck of Ft. White Those who attended the Fellowship their guests Mr. and Mr*. Ben fof P "

of Mrs. Ethel Biggs every Sunday: I Mr. and Mrs. Matthews of Ft. meeting at Branford last T. Crosby attended the reunion, I

r IIpeclal music witions 10:00: a.m. Sunday school, L. L.1 White Mr. and Mr*. G. B., Colsonof Thursday were H. H. Lewis Rev. the Crosby family at Brooker
ring! the Ham Sam Marshall\ and Paul Falkner. Sunday. This reunion waa
C nova at Porter, Supt. I Brooker, Mr. Rand Crews of last
11:00: am. Sermon Rev. S. E. : Brooker Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and Rev. and Mrs. Marshall and held at the home of Mr. and Mr.: I

organ Evening the message Sparks Pastor I family of Brooker, and Miss Barbara children were dinner guests 'of H. B. Crosby who live on the.. f

day will be "God Calls 7:00: p.m. B. T. U., Barney Andrews ; Brown of Jacksonville. Mr. 'and Mrs. H. H. Lewis Sun- old home place. i r J.,- I I.

Pastor once again the Director Mrs. Margaret Dinkins and son It 1

wn" and of Mr,. Morse 8-00: p.m. Sermon. I I g.i ,Mr. and Mrs. William Hardy day.We are glad to hear that Ed- Andy of Gainesville were the ; \II\

rgnn duo will lead the conS The church has a W. :M. U. ,'u irr, xli tl of Lake City and }.[r. and Mrs. ward Murrhee, son of Mr. and weekend guests of Mrs. Dinkln'a I I

tin/ In S,aU the singing of request and auxiliaries. A piano commit F a D. P. Hardy and family of Hampton Mrs.\ J. E. Murrhee of Milliard\ parents, Mr. and Mr. J. M,4' +

choruses.\ tee composed of Mrs. Malcomb) ; f& were dinner guests of Mr. Is recovering nicely 'at Glendale Browning; \\11 ::: "j

and meet at 8:43WMrt : Harrell Mrs. Vasco Hazen Mrs and Mrs. Elden Hardy Sunday.Mr. Hospital In Palatka after an Mrs. Geo. L. Futch was honored r

aY' School departments for Paul Stewart, and Barney An and !Mrs, H. D. Lynn of operation last Saturday. He la with a birthday dinner last r I n- '11\\ I

and Training Unions drews are already receiving do Lacoochee were Sunday guests a grandson' of Rev. and Mra. W. day at the home of her son E. tI '...

e. and with discussion, nations for a new piano. of Mr and Mrs. O. W. Barry. E. Hall. M. Futch.. Thus was Mr. Futch's I,:

at 6'45: service Wed t Miss Madgo Blocs of Trenton I Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas 85th ,birthday. ,It was also the : ,
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Midweek was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and children were visiting Mr. of Mr. E. M.. .'
at 8 p.m.lordlsl I Methodist Church"In / B-lth birthday
evening Church M they proudly opened the Apt Thomas' parents, Mr. and Mr.
awaits all above Is a group of leaden In the Starke Baptist RUM over the weekend. Futch. i i
welcome I
church with the the Breaking of Bread" boxcar of bricks In anticipation of the construction of a new church building. A contract' for the contraction 'AD''I Everyone is invited to attend Herman Thomas In Rising section Mr*. Lee of Theresa was the i

|'j:,it the. will be the sermon topic used by of the new building ha not yet been let. but It Is hoped by Baptist official that work ( the revival held at the Brooker Friday night. guest of her sister Mlaa Blithe ,j. t f.
Pastor.e Nettle
Rev. J. R. Mill, pastor of the commence In the near future. At present the building materials are being" .WJ'eClon the church grounds.The Baptist Church beginning Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Collins, during this .week. ; '

Tabernacle Methodist Church Sunday morning flrt boxcar unloading occurred Monday morning. August 10. Those In the picture are Sept 6. The preacher will be and children Mra.of Nettles'Jacksonville parents were, Miss Bettle Strickland of Gainesville I

at 11 o'clock. This Is a thoughton I. A. Canova, Mrs. L. G. Powell Mrs. S. E. Sparks Mr Wesley An-' Rev. Donald Martin of Webster visiting who has been visiting her'grandmother ''
Front left to right '
row. Mr J. E. !
Mr. and Starling, over
yelgert Van Wert. Ohio; sharing. We are living in a drews. Mrs. A. J. Thomas Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs. L. D. Haines. Mrs. D. i. Thomas, and A. J. Thomas. and assisting will be Rev. 8. E. the weekend.We Mr. T. ,,J. Terry, '

Charlotte.-N.C.: day when sharing I is needed probably Buck Mann. Seletta Sparks Thomas' S. E. Sparks, T. K. Mo Sparks.Mr. returned to her home last Friday., s.
Jr.
R. Stoker. On the truck Ralph Alvarez, are sorry to hear of the 1
Tltusvllle. Florida; more than any day In his Halnes, Ray Newsome, and Alex: : (Busty) and Mrs. J. E. crew of Mr. C. Dinkins of Jacksonville ''J
L. G. Powell. Rev. L. D. of Evon the IItU.dlluJhter' .
\Illness Conner
totoon. Mr. ,
!! McEachern Jackson- tory.. This sharing Involves both ('lane. Jr. (who Is behind Sparks) Jacksonville and Mr. and Mr. '' t* pending thl week her a* the I I
W.C.
H. of Mr. and Mr*
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Green. famDy.f I c
Committee memf material and spiritual values. C. C Dees of Alachua were 'Sunday guest of, the Paul Dlnklna : ,
she will be
lteCutive and soon
Conner hope
f Keystone Christian Topic for the evening serviceat .1 guests of Mr and Mr*. O. well again. .. Muss Faye Burney of Jackt.! r :
Hveralduring 8 o'clock will be "Shapingthe sonville has been a recent guest' ; tl
,,, were here St. Mark's Episcopal 1 W. Barry. .
tlon Mrs. H. H. Lewis. Mr Donald '
Future", a Labor Day mea of her grandmother Mr. GeorgeAnn : ;
the past week on State Farm BrookerBy Mr. and Mrs H. H. Doubles Conner and Mr. W C. Conner .1
as and were guesta at sage. Jesus dignified labor by; Rev. B. E. Simmons, B. D., Vicar are very proud to announce that and daughter Evon, made a Sapp. J 1
of his hands. Rev. O. V. Lea Mra. T. J. :
the use own which .
f.the-Paims.In Friday, Sept. 3, at. 8 p.m.- By Mrs Bryan WAitfleM'rIIORNTONBUNTiN Helen Barry they have a baby boy trio to Jacksonville Friday of
J. P. Wyrick.
ifam. and Mr
School at Mr. *
begins I
Sunday Edward. Terry
Carl
Carnell who hat been e C'''. they have named last week
Camp-of-the-Woods 1 Vestry meeting In the Rectory'Sunday. .' Mrs. Douglas and baby are doing : Mrs. Joyce Futch. ,and Benton I

cilor at will Sept. 5, at 10 ani-: CROSBY REUNIONThe Futch were delegate from the I
Is expected here The Youth Group meet at fine. e e e e e eL
summer Day In the Church School David decendents of the !ate Lawtey Baptist Church to the : I
and will enter 6:30: p.m. Instead of 7:00: p.m. in Rally Mr. and Mrs. Charles '
Ion e weekend In Illinois Sept. order to give additional time for Sunday, Sept. 5, at 11 a.m.- Thornton announce their marriage Phillip A. Crosby and Clarissa e avsr try Union Meeting at Hellbronn last i'! '

College choir practice.The Holy Communion with H.O., Davis, In Klngsland. Ga., on Friday August B. Crosby gathered at the old Saturday! /I !}

I Twins, who have) vacation period la over Jr., as guest speaker. 27. 1948. Rev. Etherldge. home place near Brooker on Pine LevelBy t,'. H. r..C\ ''I
Thomas C i
29, for their annual ,I'
MethodistChurch Sunday August .
relatives In Hart- and it is time for our folk to be Rally Day will be held at St.Mark' of the Kingsland !
visiting \ II. M. McRae\ I"" j
Mrs. .
reunion. This home Is now ,
back in their In all officiated at the impressive '
places phasesof .
returned and were Church School on Sunday '
a. have Priorto occupied by H. B. Crosby and Dr. Shuler Poole, District Su- t. I
fed back to the ,Youth the Church work. We will be at 10 a.m. .This marks the openIng double ring ceremony. nerlntendent of the Gainesville :
.
I; Saturday night. looking for you Sunday. of regular school sessions for her marriage the bride of was San an family.annual The event reunion of has the become family Rev. and Mrs.' W. R. Hall and District of the Methodist Church, 1 I ; t
the weekend the Virginia Carol Buntln Miss Francis Crosby attended the ''
spent coming
year.Presbyterian
Cornea Mr. Thornton for the past five years, occurlng was guest speaker at the Methodist i ALL KINDS ,''
gerald Ga., with his Mod Church Of ChristBible Diego. California. revival meeting at Webster partof Churrh last Sunday. He 1S I
f
U. S. N., stationed at Green Co'eSprlnga. each vear at the home of one of FRESH FISH DAILY
,week.
last
SI.ter.lIar ChurchJohn held the first quarterly conference _
: services all .week at School 10 a.m. Sunday I Is the son of Mr. and the children.At Rev. and Mrs Samuel E. Marshall Immediately following the i' ; : .1:

.bemacle. Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday Warren Kaufman Minister Mrs. Dave Thornton of the Farm. noon a basket ttnnerVat: and children of LaFayette Morning Service.Mr. SHRIMP & OYSTERSIN ,"

Bible Quiz for Saturday Evening Service 7:45: p.m. Sun Mr, and Mrs. Thornton, Jr., are spread on a table In the yard Ga.. returned home Monday after and Mrs. Louise H. Hill SEASON ,I III t
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worship at a.m.
Morning their honeymoon attlngley underneath shady oaks. ,
around the fours spending few with the I
centers snendinqr a days
: had as their guest during the '
dayBible Is Wednesday Sunday, September 5. The minister Beach and the groom's! About a hundred members of all t :
: of the Book' of Ruth. Study every H. M. MrRae's.L. weekend Mr. and Mrs Steve Leon. We guarantee "
asked to be at 7:45: Bro. Malphurs, will be back from his vacation' family had an out-door dinner) the family and visitors were registered \was be freshMAGNOLIA
mths are pre- p.m. "Un R. Batten of Thereasa nrt, Miss Ruth Ether ton. and We Mil to :
19 answer questions on these) a teacher In Dasher Bible School, and will speak. Qn the theme there In their honor Sunday. during the day. visiting his son-in-law and daughter George Leonart of Moorehaven. 1't4 j'I'"f *
to The Hills"
welcome Those present were: Mr. anMrs.B.
All
will Sunday. are -
preach Mrs J.
lapters. STATE FARM CHORAL CLUB T. Crosby of Tampa j Mr Mr. and A. Fender. These young people are student I
and urged to come worship t
afternoon.
with us. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS The State Farm Choral Club and Mrs L. B. Crosby and familyof Sunday and of Ohio State University. and are I ,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor
their vacation.
CHURCH members have been active duringthe on
Greensboro Mr and Mrs. I
I 10th St. and Temple; Ave. :week. The sponsors held''''a H. Futch of Lawtey; ; Mr. and MM.* daughter Charlene, of Lake City Mr, and Mrs. Ben T, Crosbyof FISH MARKET t, ':" I

ENJOY: Sunday School 9:43: a. m.: :Morn "co-operative" weiner roast on C. B. Crosby and family Miss and 1rll.V., E. Hall were dinner Tampa were the guests of Mr
guests of the H. M. McRae' Sun Cronbv' deter' Mrs. IH. Futch. Under New Ownership .t
'' Evangelic
11 Community
'ng Worship a. m.; the grounds of the Sarah Turknet of Wcsconetti: Mr .
COOL Mo Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone Building Tuesday evening. 'At T. J. Dukes and Mr. Othella Duke day. for the .wttkend. LACY SILCOX t
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dobbs and Rev Ballard Wilson and Ern- '
1III' welcome. tendant games and good "eats"'ncreased of Lake Butler; Mr. and Mrs. Z. '
Woodrow of Lake p
the fun. Then the dir S. Dukes and family and MiMarvel < Holllngsworth : ,I ,
attended church at Pine
RIDING CONGREGATIONAL "ctors have glorified the "corner Batton of Jacksonville\ ; City Phone 52-J. j !
Level Sunday night. ;
METHODIST!: CHURCH lot" where the Juniors gather Mr. and Mrs. Philip C Crosb] Samuel E. Marshall. filled oY OE SEa VICE 1 1 l !
I NEW Rev.
WITH OUR l8t.8t. : ; ',
I,. 'Services every Saturday night, almost dally for softball prac son Raymond and Carl Turner. the pulpit at Pine Level Baptist Mrs. Hartmann ,4 j, 1 ,.
night tice.; They promise an exhibition eoLiew TM. STOOM I""pcI \
PLASTICSEAT i'i'I Sunday morning and Sunday of St. Petersburg; Mr. and Mrs.R. church Sunday morning and even- lit, t
11 a. m. and 8 p. m., at Congregational game soon. This organization U R. Brannen of Raiford and lIb: i .'
I Methodist Church on proving a fine project and It In' Milts Pauline Brannen of Jack ; ,

Brownlee Road. Rev. J. W, Orlffis hoped that Its membership will sonville; Mr. and Mrs. A. I... Jr"" '

c Pastor. comprise all Farm young people. Crosby, Jr., of Starke: Misses cI ''j
I Madl"Uneand Louise of ;' /

COVERS ''f tJAs : WEINER Mr. and ROAST_ Mrs.' J. G. Godwin Davtona Beach: M>. Crosby and Mrs _: ; .'jll' ''n,

H. M. Collins and of Waldo
All honored their son. Harold, with a family : 'h Nit
-Leather Trim Lake Geneva Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Spooner of r
the !
weiner roast at Community | .
Building Saturday: evening. A ; Pahokee: Mr. and Mrs. James P ,,: : ,
Blanche Cunningham Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. Panco Mott "t ',
: ny larffe group of Junior boys and ,
ncccs.aryas and family of GalneavOle Mr. i I '
395STARKE !girls joined In the fun of roasting ; ,
and Mrs. A. L. Crosby Sr., and .. rtI0 .
Guests in the home of Mr. and welners and marshmallows. I "I" ,
family Mr. and Mr R. J. Waters ,
bagga e. for I
yourCharley Mr. and Out-door games were played
are
Mrs. T. M. Finley several' hours. Mr. and Mrs. Garland : Mr and Mrs. E. B. Crosby; : ,. .'
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&cid.eDt Insurance Mrs. J. W. Crowson and daughter Godwin assisted the hosts inloapitalitles. and daughter Ann. Mr. and Mrs. ::: I

Crystal, of Orlando. 8. M. Mott and son Elbert Mr. I 1

E. Johns Mr: and Mrs. Ernest' Griffin and Mra. H. H. Mott and family.Mr. ;I' : ::1))' '.

BRIDGE CLUB MEETINGMrs. and Mrs. R. R. Carlton and I'
Seat Cover Agency and 'sons of Jacksonville were J. O. Godwin was hostess family, Mr. and Mrs Zenus Williams ,i I I' I I I
and
Mrs. Ida Gentry '
on .
STARKE n" A. railing at last week's meeting of the and family Mr. and Mrs : I ,
Phone IS Friday. "f :
COMPANY daughter State Farm Bridge Club, entertaining I G. W. Davis and family, Mr. \, oiIi'
last week were I
Starke'callers at her home Wednesday and Mrs. Everett Oalney and I
fomrr Court &: Madison 0.;. :\II'. and Mrs. Hugh Ayres. Mr. afternoon. Flower arrangements, family, and Miss Mary Mott allof

pone< 10 Starke ....... and Mrs. Ray Forsythe. Mrs. A. used In decorating :were of special Rrooher. NOW YOUR COOKING.. WILL BE : j jeASlH

R.p...."'."* THE TRAVELERS. Hartford Carlson Mrs. E. C. Dykes, B. beauty. Mrs. Godwin served a
'j Cunningham, and sons Richardand BIRTH .\V DINNER
dessert course to her guests priorto
Warren. On this occasion The children of Mrs. Vance
the playing. ( pt
Jacksonville callers this past prize 'awards went to Mrs. P.D. Uim, of Brooker heM a birth pAfHl. iJ.J.t:

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE week were Mr. and Mrs. Fary Fancher Sr., for high score; to dxy dinner In his! honor on his ,

Novotney, Wm. Wagner, Hugh 1 .

"Is The Heart of Town And In The Hearts r Lucas, T. M. Finley and Martha high: to Mrs. J. R. Kite In bingo I children present were J. L. Rises
'Sue, Mrs. Leonard Hamm and and to Mrs. Sidney Walker guest :Mr and Mrs. Wilson Russ and
of The People"A baby, B. Cunningham and sons player. C't111<1 rl"n. Mr. nnd Mrs. F.arnelltRII"

Edison Richard and Warren. and children all of Bronker; .I
Mrs. Sidney Walker of Way. and l Mr. And Mrs. Francis Ru.n t :
and daughter,
Southern Baptist Church For All People) Mrs. Ida Gentry
: Lillian, spent Sunday In Silver rose. Ga. Is visiting Mr. and Mrs.P. nnd children of Lake City, ansi lilt Ill1 ?

I Springs as the guests of Mr. and D. Fancher, ::Sr \ITr'. and Mrs C. L. Atkinson andrlniirMor I'
Sunday talons 6:45
School 9:43 Training Mrs. Burt Busbee. Miss Mary Jo Caldwell of New of Brooker Out f>f w Itt.

:Morning Worship Evening Happy Hour Mrs. Woodrow Cox and two Orleans) La., arrived Sunday to .' town guests .were Mrn. Jake j

11:00: 8:00 children of Lake Geneva and Mrs. spend two weeks with her parents, teens of Starke, Mrs. Frank fy

Cox's parents Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. Polk of Trenton and Mrs. Clem- .. .. '//oli I
.t"te..o )I
Price of Melrose spent the weekend M-Sgt. and Mrs. Martin Griner none and daughter of Brooker.>r.DIN""lF.R ee i l r' :: I

SUNDAY MORNING : "Let's 140 0 k" at Salt Springs. and their sons, Martin III, and FOR TEXAS GUESTS: t .t

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bolin of Harold have been guests of Mr. Sunday August '22, friendsIgrnthered
SUNDAY NIGHT: "God Calls His Own"Plait and' Mrs. M. E. Griner this
several ..
I.W.
Jacksonville are spending .at the home of Mrs. !
days at their home here on the week. Their visit was occasioned' rinholst In honor of )fr., 'III
by a delay en route to the newselgnment r.r I
lake. and Mrs. P. S. Con of F.IPaso. "
The Church Pastor" J" I .
With The. Vfeltlng at Ft. Bliss, adjacentto Texas. A delightful dinner I

e . . .; El Paso, Texas, granted Sgt. was served under dogwood Yt. ",,{ I h )I ." I'6.u

Inner tree* in the 'yard. i: 1\\, 1
Graham Leslie Bradley of Orlando spent 1 Those present for the occasion t. ; 'I i:

Friday with Mr.. and Mrs. J. M. weret Mr. and Mrs. Flovd Wl|?. 44). ), I I'
;.1 Irv
GUNTER & SON By Mrs. John McKinney Bradley. ins' of New River Mr., and Mrs. t I 1 ?:
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Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Duff and Trov Andrews and family. of Morrlnton fixr I ,[,

SCHOOL OPEN: their daughter Suzanne, of Daytona Mr. and Mrs. flnlf. Johns : ,If.tt

MONUMENTS: MARKERS Our School will open next Mon_ Beach were visitors of. Mr. -, : : : 'J I It:1

VAULTS the teacher naked that all children veekend. again. :I '51

bring their last[ year's report' Mr. and :Mrs. C. H. Cope have Accompanied by Jack Nelson lms t.. j E, I! ''.!I
I cards nnd for the beginners to St. Simon's, Ga., nf
returned from and Miss Pauline Brannen -. -1 J Jthe&IcAl1IeseiJt1
bring their birth certificates.Mr. and Jacksonville where they> spent Jacksonville, Mr. and Mm. R.W. b' I1t

::: Will Save You From 10 to 20 and Mrs John McKinny their vacation with relatives.Mr. Brannen attended the annual : lrtJS' It'. fun to cook on a Florence Cat Rangel! Your baking" roasting; \ 'l1[

D-o You -'Select. attended the chicken supper last and Mrs. P. S. Crews re-union of the Crosby familyat and broiling will be so much easl.r...and Florence features save t ..
.t1 Percent On Any Thing have been vacationing this week the home of Mr. and Mrs.H \ r'f )
r. Tuesday night at the open houseof Aubumdal and V' bJlrr"rt"l'9llrt"8' "P % i you hours of ooklnfl time. You will like '".economy of a Rorence I' 'ls
_- with relatives In r. B. Crosby In Brooker Sunday. !
.i'J: the IOOF Hall In Waldo.of Tampa other points( In the southern partof Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmie Bradleyof V'' r:::7sFleren; taklna \ f' and its sparkling porcfannam! finish is so easy to keep s ;: 1

QCICI\; DELIVERY We Can Duplicate Any Mrs.the Lizzie weekend Surrency,with her, aunt, the stat Starke were dinner guests ofMr. C Ove.*. 1' J! ". Florence Gas Ranges are backed byI I 1 1r II' "1
spent Mrs. John Walker end Mrs. J. M. Bradley at
Mr. and
Maude Graves.' I/ Accurate oven .-.....! over 70 years' experience. ; I;
Stone Or Marker In From 3 To 30 Days Mrs. here attendedthe J. W. Walker. Irma Jean Godwin. noon Sunday. Speedy Pu.. ..... ....... 1495A I i"
Lots of folks from Betty Williams) and Carolyn Bradley Thursday supper lfUe.tsof Mr. 11'1 I'
; y Twe ....ul srvl'<. F
revival meeting at Hamptonlast were among thoM who attendthe and Mrs. R. W. Brannen were I .
Special Hours 8:30 to 10:30 A. M. the ser drawer*. Up To 15 ( ,$
On Sunday week. All enjoyed Quarterly Meeting of the Bap.tut F. D. Brannen and MM. D. H. t'
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2:30 to 7:00 P. M.Located Church New River Association Beasley( of Lake Butler SLADE GAS :CO. Inc. ,_ MAty <'
vices.Ray Starling returned home at HeUbronn Spring Baptist Mrs. Isabel Edward of Jacksonville ;

On Highway 200 At South City LimitsP. last Friday from Clearwater. Church Saturday. was) the supper cued ofMr. 213 E. Call St., Starke, Fla Ph. 121 \
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whit |, The Fall Semester of Union and Mrs. J. C. Wallace Monday. .1 rfi

O. Box 572 -'Starke' Fla. and children of Newberry were County schools began Monday Mr*. Edwards was ea rout. : Free Balloons And Dual Pans To Adults'.Onlyf i't t:

visiting Mrs. WhIU' sister;; Mra. 1 August 30, ,so farm boys andiris to r her home following a vacation : .. !t\
1 who attend Ralford and cruise to Cuba. I..
Alice Starling Sunday. i & ,. :}.I'3' : )Ii .

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; f: a'' PAGE EIGHTCongressman 1 __ .. ___U._ hi_ Ordet.
and other Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale at their Tal...n* atpnfo'unr.J'i.i"D: n".tin .::.;. I, For Secretary of State of the I IFlorrlla0.; .enlatt
.
Act Post : .
cord of the 80th Congreaslona the Taft.Hartley Air Parcel cottage on Kingsley Lake. "" 'lIn... mr hand and official' Stat. of Florida.For .' .'
Price The Congressman stated that .. Stark Florida| I For
al "I Count
at '
Attorney Oanwral of ,
session. the rift now taking place In the Available At Starke Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Andersonhad OFFICIAL BEA/L.) A. J Thoma.I I I of Florida the State For Sheri! JRn

Speaks At Rotary In spite of attacks now being "Solid South" might work to the 1 as their Sunday guests Mrs. An*. Slut. 1948. Said Court. I For Comptroller of the State of For Cleric
Postoffice Sept. A* Clerk of ,Florida For or! nr
made on COngress by President Southern states by Dallle Epperson and daughter. < It. Augustlna. Count
benefit of the John J. Henderson F.q.e For Treasurer of the !! rA
E Emory H. Price, Incumbent Price stated that of Lake Butler and Florida .. I, State of For
; j Truman Rep. Kilning them more concession Air parcel post was Inaugurate Katherine for Pit. .* tt .J4IM Florida For luuntIlera
of the 2nd Con. constructive leglsla "doubtful"area. Oscar Eddy of Alachua. Attys. For Superintendent Publlo Instruction PUIIllo '
the Mrs.
e Congressman some very In Washington a. a on September 1. and of the State. of Florida Fur c Inelr ectlogl', .
grtasional District, was guest tlon wag passed at this session. I Starke Postoffice Is prepared to Mrs. George Barber and eon CIHCIIT: COHHT. 1H .D"OHO For Commissioner of Agricultureof Fur Three
the bill to limit Presidents v of Mr. ('0' T" 'LORI.:11 (: :\ the State of Florida. County '
speaker at the Rotary Club Wednesday Including Price stated that the peace handle the airborne packages. Rich were Sunday guests CEKv.Li H.\\I.I|| For Four ((4) Justices of the 8upreme a

d briefly reviewing the re- to a maximum of two terms, time draft was necessary as a Postmaster Fred F. Stump announced and Mrs. L. O. .Hazen. .ly Ufa McOlll. Plaintiff. va.., Court of the State of Flor r-1 4or y Three u! *
lre ) W..I.y Calvin McUlll Defendant.C"ORDER"OF ida. Groups l-I-a-4. I
matter of protection because. In this week. Mr. and Mrs. George C. White For One (1) Railroad and Publlo I For

'hit'I HI' './1 his opinion Russia. would start While International .air parcel and daughter Frances of Tallahassee PUBLICATIONAND : I I L'tllltlea Commissioner of the Stateof For Junplee itor" 0/
APPEAR Florida. for
TO I
Wfll"M'):f | *. war the minute she feels herself post service has been available and Mr. and Mrs. Charles STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA to: For Representative. of theSecond .: too folluw1115' JOllie.VI. .

.". sufficiently strong to defeat the the United States and Its Savage and daughter Yvonne, of i Wesley Calvin McOlll., whose resi Congressional District of the State I lowin Con.lahlt
from
.
and addresa I. unknown: of Florida In the Eighty-First Con.
<, { 'western nations. possessions for several months, Jacksonville were visiting relatives deY.Yuu are .required to appear oil stars of the United States.For ( R)J"stlee DI.IN.hy; ,.,1
I IN' l Introduced airborne service la being here on Sunday and attended the October 4. 1949 III the above nam..11Court Two Circuit Judge Group) i In
The was 'r..tlmnay
1 domestic
>Y 1 iH i1 Congressman and and cause. wherein plaintiff 1-2. ElKhth Judicial Circuit ot th.State ., !1ft......
by former Congressman launched for the first time In wedding of Olin White. Jr.. seeks divorce. Bradford County or Florida.For the teat. .t of hanl
11 Jr .L i i'Mij ,. Barton. I ITelea-raph shall publish this Older1In One. State Attorney. Eighth Ida. peal,
Lex Green who praised Price'srecord Lucy Rt Tely1.Mal.
f : history. 1 next four weekly Issues.I Tudlrlal Circuit of the Mate of this the
:'I: ;11i'ire\ \ In Congress and introduced The new highly specialized Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Halle and I Witness my. hand: and official, Florida. ust A. D.Thrl.rllJt., .
him friend and I law Miami will arrive ....I.t Htarke, Florida, this For State Senator for Fifteenth
\" : ; as "my you>j airborne service enacted Into daughters of Ail*. 31... 1948. Senatorial. District of the State of

.', friend". I the 80th Congress, will afford here Saturday to visit Mr. and OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas Florida. To Hon. A. .,,
> o hla
:(5 i y Halle for two weeks As Clerk of Said Court For One Member of the House ford And' ,1 PI
; then 42,000 postifflces Mrs. W. O. ) county
of more :'
: patrons 8tarke' Florida
Il T. Frank l-nndruin I
I" MR. GREEN OFFERS unexcelled shipping; facll- Mr.
: i ;j't STATEMENT ,ties. Transit time will be' reducedto I and Mr. and Mr*. A. T Ewell. -
,
{I { II h a Lex Green former County Attorney a fraction of that ',required who have been spending the sum roi l> 'CIHCHT ivrv. PLOHIDAI CO MT. i\BRADFORD:'
$ modes of transportation. mer at Kingsley Lake will return rERL
other
i 'l"l{ t Tuesday made the follo.w.Ing by Plaintiff,
that Virginia Antley
pointed :out to their homes In.Jacksonville
: J freshi statement in reply to an ar. Mr. Stump v. Homer. Clifford Antle,. Defendant. -

,. ., I tide appearing in last week's Is- sir parcel post packages a' will__ next week. Mr. and Mrs.R. Case No.OF 8794.ORDER PUBLICATION.

/j ; wardrobe me of Telegraph: .ecelve the same particular con- H. Barvour of Tallahassee have AND NOTICE TO APPEARS
.t deration shown air mall In rout- been guests of the Merritts and TAT E OF FLORIDA to:
---I) "The Telegraph was In error I post Homer Clifford Antley whose. residence -
Distinct air parcel Ewells for several weeks.
.. ng. and address la: rare Mrs.Charles .
when It stated in last week' isiu -
z--- itlckers. printed In red. white. Mrs. Margaret Cobb spent a Kutch. 8 Cambridge Drive,
,, that: 'Lex Green himself, ,
i! 10 bearing the likeness Dorchester Terrace, Charleston
end! blue and few days this week with Mrs.
: jvtio last year when he was Couny with Mouth Carolina: HarleyDavidMotorcgctlng
For that Immaculate look of smartness Attorney did his darndest to of a winged package D. W. Moore while enroute to I You are. required. to appear on
the earth's globe underneath will her home In Hello Glade froma October 4, UtS, In the above named
4'' always have your garments dry raise the salary wherein plaintiff
County Attorney's cost.News : Court and cause, 1257
a '>e available without vacation spent:, In Virginia.She .
seeka divorce. Bradford County
?'r',. r'v;' cleaned here. Our specially develop about 120 per month. accompanied home Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn L
was by
4'' + i e ed processes are more than safe for'qlc. "I, offered to perform aU ser .. ------- next four' weekly: Issues: LIGHTWEIGHT SINGLE
her little son, D.vidVayne CYLINDER.MOTOae
official ,
Witness my hand and
precious wearables. You'll be vice for the Board at a salaryof
your I Moore, who had spent two months seal at Stark, Florida this
delighted with our odor-free, wrinkle- S30 per month and If the Board Local : Autr 30th. 1948.
h' I with his grandmother, Mrs. D. W. OFFICIAL PEAL) A.r; Thomas
had this offer
free; prime-free rejuvenation of your accepted money Moore As Clerk of Bald Court.
would have been saved for Bradford 33V., Ashley St.,
l. Zach H. Douglas :
f clothes
t r i1 best dresses. To keep your I II Mr. and Mrs. Horance O. Davis lacksonvllle., Florida,
: I' = trim and lovely looking phone usl! County. This In view of the I Mrs. Don Page and Mrs. Adam Jr., will spend next week visiting Utys. for Pit. lI.a 4t .24VOTICH
'act I War to
that compensated by Green were business visitors -
Mr. Davis- mother, Mrs. W. N.
OP Ef.RCTlOVTo
he Board for two cases which I Jacksonville Saturday afternoon.
North at the State Farm before the Sheriff of Pradford County
-arrled with success to the Supreme They were accompanied home by of the State of Florida:
moving to Gainesville the end of I, R. A GRAY
Be It Known that
Court for the Board. who
PHONE 133 Williams was
la !t Miss Joyce
P next week where Mr. Davis will Secretary of State of the State of
"During my services as County the weekend guest of Mr. and Florida do hereby give notice that -
ROB 515' take up his studies In graduate: a
one-elf Mrs. Page. journalism at the University of GENERAL ELECTIONWill .p.
9t.eO71fEUUJ I Titus Olson and Wiley Williamson bo held In Bradford County,
Temple Florida.Dr. ,
GREEN.
*i nr services and "the remaining State of Florida on Tuesday next
attended the Kelvinator Service and Mrs. R. P. Stubbing succeeding the first Monday In
r Owner A.4t.y unds reverted to the County. I School In Jacksonville Wed' November A. D 1848. the ..aldTu..dllv
moved Into their new home In the
"Un her hrlnir the
the School
requested
yt' t I Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pus anoqon Plnehurst Development last week- SECOND DAY OF NOVEMBER:
Ifr' ,Ip s Board during my present servicess Gene spent last week visiting end. "" For Fight (g) Presidential Elector
+ for *.
attorney this Board to
STARKE FLA. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Pass"In Mrs. Mary Alsobrook and Mlsr For Governor of the !State of
reduce my salary :50 percent as fun and
Atlanta. Ca. Delores Ann Williams of Oxford
.
minutes of the School Board will I
haw. My request by the Board Miss Bobble Cameron and 'Mr. spent the past week with Mr. ancfMrs. ; eOIlRlIlellef!

W *nd Mrs. Vernon Silcox: spent L. S. Hutto and family. ''
was granted and these funds W.C.T.U."How at new low coat 'Goa
tt reverted to the School Board." Wednesday In Deland. Rev. and Mrs. Charles Allen of .

In Jalousies & Venetian Blinds The Telegraph Is glad to allow 1>11'. and Mrs. Walter M. Jack- Plnellas Park spent Tuesday nite Come in and see the biggest buy ever offeredin

; 'y Mr. Green to make his statement ion of Birmingham.' Ala., are with Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stumr can anyone be com- personal transportation, one of the finest '

4 i Aluminum & Asbestos Awnings through our columns. visiting Mr. Jackson's mother, and family while enroute from placent In the presence of thej investments In fun and recreation anyone can rriots
Mrs. Carl Jackson this week. Chautauqua N. Y. to their home
H iniquitous liquor traffic ThePsalmlat make t It's a real motorcycle but light weight
i j MADE TO ORDER Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis had Friends of Mrs. Pate Gansett and:! HMDhe
; Junior Club DanceThe said: MTe that love the I new in design and made specially for todolY"uaffic. Mllorn
11 their weekend guests Mr. and her daughter Mrs. Ovefda Witt, *
I I ._"" ".....". ... ....'-. ......"". ._ Mrs. Earl Strong of Sarasota. will be glad to hear that they Lord hate evil." If we love Easy and safe to handle even for ,"
,
I <' ," Junior Woman's Club will Miss Sylvia Morse III spendingthis are very much Improved after our children we. will hate youngsters. Rugged dependable, convenient r.
<1"
m i]': : ., P.. "" 'i "\ +pnnnor a Labor Day Dance Monday week In Melrose as the guestof their attack of food poisoning traffic that Is seeking to d.a'' economical to operate. Made by the world's 'w
night. Sept 6. In the Woman'sClub nmisun.
; f t Mr. and Mrs John Perry. last week. Country we will f athglafrfltle: largest motorcycle manufacturer your assurance .
.'" Jm'1 building, beginning at I 9
.. t\i\ Mr. and Mrs. Calvin E. Lavely Mr. and Mrs Maxwell Drokeof Country we win fight at traffic of quality and performance. Come in
:
tr1f 'clock. The public is cordially
f ..... } .: 'r1ktt."'" .. p Invited, and proceeds will go to and tons. Myron and Philip, moved Minneapolis Ind.. spent Sunday that breeds crime and corruption. today and look it over. Take a ride!

It ,sII ". ,, r.'JFURNITURE '" the baseball field lighting fund to Valdosta. Ga., on Saturday with their cousin. Mr. F.A... Scott 1f"C"" love> the Lord we

-t' _, f".ir., ;
'i" and will sheathe the sword
will continue family. Mr. never
where Mr. Lavely Droke. who was
Music will be furnished by A. W.
&rrq Anderson, Jr. his work as Field Representative employed at the Quigley LumberCo. until this arch enemy of Hiscause STUART'S CYCLE SHOP

II of the Union Bag and Paper Co. here over 30 years ago was to vanquitthed."

Mr. Margaret Phillips and pleased with the growth and de- (Exerpt: from "HIDDEN

Recent BirthsRecent children of Miami spent the past velopment of Starke on Ms tint FANGS" by W. B. Srtali, DJJ.) Temple Ave.,& 10th St. Starke 1

week with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest visit here In 30 years.
births at Shadycrest ., I
Phillip ;
hospital are: IY" rmrirroi HT. BRADFORD
R. J. Gomes- spent Saturday and 4 .
Lol'YTY r-LOHiut (1I.PRY.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller of .
dye IN Sunday In Fitzgerald. Ga. visiting .. .. yr.
.
Itarke, a son, Michael Ralph, Filly R. ":111.. Plaintiff.' ,v.. EMty ***.> *
born Aug. 25. his mother Mrs. R. B. Carroll. E.I I: .:111". Defendant. Case No. etlh9( .
Friends of Mrs. George Flynn ORDER (hp' PUBLICATION: S
t i it Mr. and Mrs. Lemmie L. Grlffls AND NOTICE TO APPEAR !
111 will be sorry to hear that she is STATE' OF fo'LORU.to' September Special
of Raltor a son, Aubrey Wayne, .
confined to her bed because of ill. 1 Betty E fo:I II.. whose residence Is
born Aug. 28.Political unknown, :
ness. You are required. to appear. on
Announcements Mrs. Lee MacDonald of Jacksonville :October 4. u.. in ho above named
t a aw..r (,'ourt and cause, wherein plaintiff THIS AD WORTHAPPLIED
and Mrs. Ernest
and Mr. I eek. divorce. Bradford County
ALSO FOR CITY COUNCIL Gentry and two children of Penaa- ;Telegraph shall publish this Order

Weather Stripping and Insulation I hereby announce my candidacy. cola are visiting Mr. and Mrs. In Witness next four my' weekly hand) and Issuea.' official '

Y ( for the City Council subject to Jon. E. Wilson at Klngsley Lake. :teal at Stark, Florida thl. '
I the will of the voters In the City Sent, f. IMSOFFICIAL ON '
Mrs. Henry Messer, Mrs. John .
t, (( HEAL) A. J Thoma.A.
; UPHOLSTERING Election of September 14. I have Vann and Mrs. P. J. Parramore Clerk of Said Cburt
J. C: Durrance, Law ExchangeJulldlnK.
i AND REFINISHING never before asked for any public will arrive today (Friday) from Jacksonville, Florida
office and If elected I promise Madison to be the weekend guestsof 'Atty.for Plf. 9-3 4t -24 PURCHASEOFANY .

1 to discharge the duties'of Mrs. Jack Briggs and Mrs.
4i ,: ,
1 1Y rinrtiT
f'O"IIT. HH KOHn "
FREE ESTIMATES ON ALL ABOVE ITEMS this office in a fair and Impartial James Mitchell at the Mitchell 4'01'MTV, .....OUII'.', l'> llltlLKHV. : -
manner. Your vote and support Lake. [ .
cottage on Klngsley :
Raymond "lathers, plaintiff, ..
v. Isa-
will be greatly appreciated.A. Mrs. Doc Bennett, Jr.. of St. 1 elle D. Gathers, Defendant. Case No. MAJOR APPLIANCE

McCORD FURNITURE B. Baker Martlnvtlle, La.. Is visiting her t 1800 ORDER OF PUBLICATION '

FOB CITY COUNCIL mother, Mrs. P. C. Newsome. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR .
/ P
STATE' OF FLORIDA tot
Miss Lucile Mitchell and her
1'0 THE VOTERS OF THE CITY abelle I D. Gathers, whose resl- _No. J e
and UPHOLSTRY SHOP OF STARKEI cousin, Miss Carol Mitchell\ spent lence last known la Georgetown.lotith .

Wednesday In Lake City with I Carolina: HOTPOINT 189
{ hereby announce my candidacy You are required to appear on RANGE Model RB27 e
their aunt Mrs. Llbble Stephens.Mrs. I October 4. 1944 In the above named ,
of Coun11.
P. 0. Do 245 Starke Fla. for the office. City
Ruby Johns and son, L.M. I Court; and cau..e. wherein plaintiffteeke
divorce. Bradford CountyASTHMA HOTPOINT
Gaines, and Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
I'm twenty-five years of age, Broadway and family are spending 30-Gal. Table Top Hot Water Heater 132
life resident of the
r 4'' 0._ .. I _ _ _. _-_ _a .' m a long this week at Santa Fe Lake
City of Stark. I attended the 4S
>
Bradford County High School and at the Johns' cottage. Can"t let.ou.hla.. whmln*. marring. ... Wire Your House For Electric Cooking -
Charles Knight and Barney la<.. of Bronchial Asthma rula sleep ....
Emory University In Atlanta Ga. men without trjrlnit UENDAOO. which'
McRae have gone to Atlanta. w.tk. Ihm the blood la reach bronchial
I'm veteran of World War II
1JQCk..1 School ,ervlng a three years In the U. 8. Ga. for a short vacation. tuba rem,.and. ihlca.lungs.sticky Usually. mucus. help.. Thus nature. .ll.quickly..l.ttMuchlnr. .. Total Cost 367
w Mr. and Mrs. Alton Revels of and aids freer brtathlnc and .belterileep.
Army.I Cm MSNDAOO Irani drunut Sallslaolloa e If not over S4> feet .i caMe U required.
: ,b feel that I'm qualified and Tallahassee spent last week with ar' away .back. f uarantee<". I II

43t II elected I will do everything
I
qI
oosslble: to benefit the majorityof No. t


3t y c:7:.:. : ,'ilr I the,will voters not at tie all partial times. to any HOTPOINT RANGE, Model RB28 .274

rroup, person, or faction and I Hotpoint Refrigerator Model FB-8 e 269
hall endevor to do what I believe e

Is the honest thing to do.' p9dP'e HOTPOfNT 30-CAL. --"!
.
e.rrt Your friend 41y Round !
Hot
a ens Top Water Heater - 125'to
F H A. (Buddy) Bishop, Jr,

FOR CITY COUNCILI ( f : Wire Your House For Electric Cooking -

rN hereby announce my candid- -
." 7l4
acy for the office of City Council Total Cost

9 ubject to 14th election: .
September not
.wL If
over :SO feet of cable U required. _
In making my announcement

I pledge myself to practice econ-

omy in city affairs and cooperateto No. 3 -

the fullest extent for the benefit -

of ALL STARKE. I will .work
W
: L COMPLETE LINE OFSCHOOL to keep the city abreast with FREE! FREE! FREE! Fluorescent Desk Lamp

, times: and do all In my power;If .

.. ."\ 'I \. elected, to get a dollar' :worthof "M':1 x With I

government and service for : Each Purchase Of Duo-Therm Space Heater,

every tax: dollar spent. '

Your vote and support will be From,
; greatly appreciated. MORE, PLEASE Without Blower. Seven Models To Choosf

-Lucian O. Hazen .

You can help youngsters build strong! sturdy

FOR CITY COUNCIL bodies if you give them plenty' of GUS. Priced $65 To $129.95

I hereby announce my candidacy TAFSON'S milk. It will mean more vigor -
SuppliesAT
1. for the office of City Council more health. and better bones and teeth.
in the regular City Election of
And it will delight you to see them enjoy.
I have been residentof :
14. a
Sept.* Starke for around 25 ing every glassful of its delicious creamy Terms
years Small Down Monthly
and have 'never held any public : flavor. To ret milk that Is extra-rich in Payments Easy

office. If elected I promise to do flavor and quality order GUSTAFSON'S .

whatever I can' to help curtail milk today. (

expenses so that City taxes: will ,
KOCH'SNOW not be further Increased, and re- TELEPHONE GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2312 COLLECT WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVlj

duced. If possible. X wish to take FOR DELIVERY.

this opportunity to thank the vo-

tars: for the" nice vote given me Tefcph*" l
GUSTAFSON'S DAIRY 222-224 Temple Are.
J'i 4 for this office in the City electionof

DISPLAY last year and sincerely hope -

NOW. ON r. that I may' again have your support I Green Cove Spring. Florida ESTABLISHED 192S1J

SERVING STARKE DAILY

,IJ 1"a" James A. Lewis ..

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