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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 24, 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>.
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VOLUME SE\'ENTY 8TARKB. FLUIUOA FRIDAY. SIWTE31BER 84, 19IS NUMBER FOKTY-NINK |:r |j

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General Election Special Tax So Who'll Far Pay Nobody School Seems Patrolmen To Know? Moving New REA High Power Line I I



On Utilities It'a anybody's guess who'll be assume thla financial responsibility. Poses Expensive Stumbling Blockt

RegistrationBooksClose paying the salaries of road safety I .
patrolmen at the Lawtey and Superintendent A. R. McRae

Starke schools come next month. I communicated with the County Hard Road \
__._.m Soon One Month Only The School Board has been Commissioners asking that they To Hampton-Ther sa

,| abote at the control of m sailplane la Ml.... Mikey oaylng $13:' per month toward foot the bill and the latter Board 1.

tute of *n unofficial .sJtttude record of ....500 feet the salary of the Lawtey patrolman passed the matter on to County Who'll pay the $11.101.MbitI
BinI' holder Registration books for the November An ordinance enacting a ape with the balance being paid Attorney O. L. Patten for his REA tt H
volt
which will feature
In glider cont"ti the ol""nlnl't'Hlt Knight Elected Head for removal of a 3J.OOO
take part General cia l five utilities tax to to whether the Board
will Election. are now percent by the Town of Lawtey. The opinion aa only
on Sunday, Oct. S. Minn BrownlDI'taught..r transmission line (cornpfeted
at Keystone Airpark In the various county precincts be levied for one month (Octo : Board has likewise been paying had Jurisdiction!! In such matter Of 8th Circuit of
90 days ) from right
director of the and the ago Jjif
of Roy II. Browning Airpark and will close on Saturday Oc. her was passed by the City; I $75 per month on the salary of Inside the corporate limits of a of the soon-t -Deharc ur- I!'

'l, AvuUlon Academy. The public U Invited to attend the rwnts 3, according to an announcement Council In Its meeting here Tue!! the Starke school patrolman. In town. Bar AssociationThe way faced road from Theressa 'to f.'

for the official openingof the Airpark. The Keystone yesterday by Albert Lee Crosby; day afternoon. the case of Starke the patrolman So far Attorney Patten has not the Hampton ItThat's
i'4 association of <
bar
chamber of Commerce Is cooperating with the Airpark In Supervisor of Registration. This special levy, which It I Is A. L. Alvarez Is a retired made a recommendation but if ihat i
of
Judicial Court Florida the $&& question
Ms events and there will be no admission charge. "If you registered last spring estimated will raise slightly mare member of the police force and I the Board finds It cannot assume Eighth .I
Galnea
the at Its meeting held In Bradford County Commissioners
puzzled
Election $500 to enable to assume these duties this responsibility, the School
for the Primary you are than waa passed agreed Road ''De ,
vilLa last Friday.. unanimously and State
General the to make a contribution for the $75 paid by the School Board apparently will have no i
K. for the Election, City
craft which ,must on ,,0. of Starke ,week. So
world's most depend elected Hollls V. Knight partment officials this > ,
arlJ1g I la the I I Mr. Crosby advised. "Horveve, toward the new Boy Scout. buildIng Board In addition to his pension where to turn except to the Cityof ,
thermal activity to stay aloft. its President for the next has come with a .
as far no one up
JI) aport." I Mr. Browning explained. "These ,Ilf you did not get 'on the Pr now being constructed at the. from the city which he would Starke and the Town of Law. '
answer.
state- to' : The matte draw : tey with a request that these satisfactory '
the unqualified I mary books you will have reg- city playground-park. i anyway. year.While
at, was vertical currents of air are some. '
by Roy of later before Oct. 2 In order to waa presented! by Councl.lmanJunius Following Its state audit for municipalities foot the entire bill the Circuit comprisesBradford Up to now it's been a double-
violent that rates
nude yesterday times so I vote In the General Election. M. Smith. president of 1016-47. however the School for their highway patrolman.. Baker, Union Alachua, triple play of attempted buck
wning. director of the climb of over 3,000 feet per minute I that It could Levy and Gllchrlnt counties, Mr, from Road Department .Ito
In obtained. These 'th rmals' New voters who wish to register the Starke Rotary Club sponsor Board was informed Both Starke and Lawtey schools I passing I
Aviation Academy are I Knight: Is the 'first' president In Commissioners to REA ,
i glider contests are the haven for Sailplane pilots may contact one of the deputy group are located on busy U S. High- '
Mingthe Troop. highway patrolman. Consequentlyat the history of the association back to Commissioners and return i
the Keystone and when they are found registrars as follows: Mra. 301 (State 200)) where the who does not reside In Gainesville ;
h will open its meeting the first of this \yay to Road Department ;
Mrs. The ordinance, enacting th. ,
Grace Dickinson Theressa; : ;
3. their as to I
Oct. they spiral ships
sq
to the public on Board services of a full time safety and succeeds Col. J, Lance called.meetinl'
ark
month the began trying headache In a
Sailplane remain In the thermal. Floyd Wiggins, New River; Rei special levy for October; was; The began l
high( performance I to find some" other agency to I I man Is obligatory. I Lazonby In that office. of the Board on September .
Louie ...
adopted.
sight-trim. grace- "This Is also the art of certain lie CoUon Brooker; Dempsey unanimously .. It
beautiful and perfectly apecles of birds," Mr. BrownIng Graham; Mrs. Horne Hamf At this meeting the Council 14 when T. C. Slade, district, t
in design continued "but wIth ton; Slstrunk's Store,. North also ordinance Hurricane Skips engineer with the Road Department '
he continued. man ; passed an l
',nllned:e lightly: built to a mini- these high performance Sail- Starke; Torode Chevrolet Co., Ing- West Madison restrict'I'I Work Under Way duPont Offices Bradford CountyCloudy ,. and A. O. Loudon manager 'I. .
Electric -
of the Cooperative
they will withstand planes, can out-fly their little South Starke.Mr. the old city limits line to the I Clay

i weight horsepower contained feathered friends. Sometimes ver- Crosby stated that registration new city limits line (beyond Vin : skiM, a few light show appeared before, the Board t

idture's endoua vertical air currents tical down drafts are encounteredand since the primary has ing home) to the construction of On Scout HomeWork Moved To MineTbe era, and a drop In temperature and stated that the new REA .. !).

known aa ''thermala. these are flown through rapIdly been very light-hardly mare resldencea valued at $5,000: up. constituted Bradford County's line completed only three months '
only not to lose altitude." than 20 new voters. "Because of ago, Is now found to .be within: t. r
as
ilot aeeks these, vertical up- so The Council also agreed to Improve share of the most formidable '
as the means of obtaining The public is Invited to the the hot primary nearly everyone the sidewalk and drive was started last weekon local office of the duPont hurricane to rise out of the Car the construction area of the \, ( :
11 Sunday, Oct. 3, to registered last spring/' he said. home company. located for the pastnine Hampton-Theressa road due to :
,tide Airpark on entrance to the school grounds) the Rotary-sponsored ibbean and head toward Florida I
A aallplane is a motorless)lee these Sailplanes In action. i from Temple Avenue.Peacetime for Boy Scout troop 70 being constructed months In quarters above this season widening the road preparatory : :
at the Seller's store was last Friday to re-grading and hardsurfacj3[ '
on grounds new I '
County Registers city playground-park on Pratt moved Into a newly complete Passing directly over Key West Ing. It is the County's responslblllty I, !
the blow
big was reported movingin
Uses Street. Bradford Engineering Co. office building at the ilmenite to secure rights-of-way
mine site In the edge of the a north-northeasterly( direction the visitors said so what did the
Of Atomic Is the contractor.
Ik&4ikt I Ii.U. Energy Blanding reservation. that was thought possibly would Board propose to do about it? ,
For Draft
: 676 Discussed At Club Total lost: of the new Scout bring winds of a gale force anti "
Commission.era "I
home will be $3,200 and C. H. Among the local office staff heavy rainfall to this part of the The hard-pressed

chairman of the Rotary are Harry Cannon and N. A. already sweating out an : '
A total of 1.317 men :was regl. "Atomic Energy In the Serviceof < Nasworthy, state I'
committee Parker, geologists, Paul Klauste- overstrained budget, reached for .
tered In the three' counties co\ Mankind" the used fund raising Lake
was topic After the
the fall fteanon In official I mullet was prepared to a klng'stAllt" local Selective Service stated Wednesday that around meyer mining engineer, and H,L. passing over the asprln bottle when they received L
ered by the Dr. C. L. Comar blo-chemlsi
L. M. by Okeechobee region, however. the
under way-we've had our by Sonny HaynesWarren Morgan, Jr. an estimated cost of movr
: Is still needed to
Board the three $1,500 complete
during with the Florida Agriculture Experiment -
rather our Winkler Lyle Anderson, hurricane took a more easterly 1
hurricane. .Or that closed last the project. A total of $850 has The local laboratory which has ing the high tension REA line ; ;
week period Station at the Univer-
usual rain and Bobby Biggs snd Ebb Thornton. course and blew out Into the I f
of Itthe out of the way of Road Department i iL,
been raised by public subscrlptton been housed In quarters at An-
Saturday. of Florida, when he addressed hundredor
skirted aroundk Motorists beware!. .Don't get sity Atlantic near Stuart a I
as It distance of 4
I squalls for the three counties and the City Council has derson's Garage on South Walnut engineers a ,
Figures Its luncheon
the Club at
Rotary miles farther south than
.And the buywagnt stuck behind Dr. F. J. (State so I t
)
goodness about 8 feet. Said estimate;
were announced by Mrs. Rhod here Wednesday promised $300: to be paid In November Street was also moved Into only '
meeting first
Farm) Miller and his shiny new expected.
re the week-Call-only thing white Mercury In traffic because Dampier clerk as follows: Dr. Comar, who spent 'sometime from receipts from a the new building at Blandlng. Millions of dollars .worth of Removing existing line..,...$4,300.79 !
T$ around this Bradford 676 special S percent utilities tax to The laboratory Is under the direction Rebuilding line...: ._._4,470.79 l
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done to
their share, I he's apt to stop In the middle at Oak Ridge, Tenn. this damage was vegetable
i ers were doing Clay 386 be levied during the month of of J. A. Began, chemist New materials._..,__1,000.00 I.
In the Lake Okeechobe
faithful of thestreet to wipe of a neck summer studying the poaslbllltlei crops
rt' it hard for your Union '..__.. _.... .. 255: atomic October only. Around $500 was and to citrus Right of way clearing,;__.,720.0O !
of of en. region alongIndian
to with every- of dust!. I peacetime use groves
er .Gassett'a keep up Hardware has: A. J. Thomas, chief regtstra ergy stated. that it was regret. on hand at the beginning of the Legion Dances Rlvt'r.Attorney. Engineering ft overhead_300.00 r
tlon officer for this county. ha drive In a special Rotary Club of .aaements.tOO.OO i
ed lock stock and barrel Bob Bern, on leave from the table that atomic energy had Right way. ,
,
out
volunteers fund set aside for this Will Be MovedTo h
has expressed thanks to the purpose. ___ '
they've out of bus- Naval Base at San Diego been boomed by some Ill-advised Demands
jess
gone I
completely. .And the ACC been visiting the Joe Arnoldafor who assisted so well In the writers as a panacea for all the Anyone wishing to have a partIn Starke Armory Total 11.191.58 j

ery, In the >Winkler Bldg.. a week. .He's expecting to task just completed."The 11s. of .the world. _"J. the construction of the new SjtyFayT; ,C, \r", dot" "Murri registration was handled !, Scout home In Stark. may dk Stark American' Legion PeslNo. met witfi/the directors "of the ,
'
moved over'to Its cannery- Iii0'fl. get overseas duty upcftt hU,, return 'The use of atomic energy- Councilman. ." 1 \ It
.The E. I. duPont of- to the base .Hear I. P. here very efficiently by volun" a source of power In ordinary. so by mailing a contribution toM Be announces the transfer of Clay'mi. "Cooperative' (REA i&t i :

were as bare as Mother Shepherd caught a 7Vi pound '*>.ers who served without pay, Industry Is still In the remote Nasworthy. It'a Saturday Nite Barn Dance H. V, Knight, local attorney ,.Keystone Heights on Thursday.t t '

a-d'i cupboard Monday bass In a nearby creek tother Mr. Thomas stated. "This was a future because of the great ex- i from the American Legion Hall appeared at the regular meetingof Sept. 16, stating by resolution t,,1" "

]log when I went by there. .. day. .Why travel to distant great demonstration and of their wish loyalty >ense, the danger of radiation Teachers Must File to the National Guard Armory, the City Council on Tuesday that Bradford County had no ''I""

trey've moved out to the parts when you can catch 'em, and patriotism. we and other complications. the directly across from Bradford Sept. 7, and presented the follow funds available for this work and' II 4(
that right in our own backyard to: express our very great appreciation Certificate Changes High School. Electric to stand
an: Treat Road and I'veed big the speaker said. He also regretted ing communication: petitioning Clay .I
how Grace Page would ?. .Those Saturday night to each and everyone the misleading of cancer Before October 1 The Legion Dance Committee Sept. 7, 1948 : the expense of relocating the. ,
Qf them
her 10 o'clock coffee seeing American Legion dances have the local registration victim! and other sufferers who decided to change halls due to City of Starke Ine. ,I

m drug stores are only a roved so popular tha they'vehad Comprising board with Mr. Thomas were have been made to believe that County tenchera were warned the fact that the Legion Hall ha. Starke. Fla.. Att: City Council Two days later the Board '

; In that part of the coun- to move to larger quarters. 0 Arthur R. McRae, Superintendent he atom will soon be a source this week that all applicationsfor not been large enough to accommodate Gentlemen: I received a letter from Knight i t 1

But resourceful Grace Starting this Saturday they'll be of Public Instruction, and County of> cure for their Ills. changes In certificate ranks. the large turn-outs for In behalf of D. E. Knight, a Knight Walrath & Pegues, at- 1It'1"1"road .'

fce now carries a thermos, held In the Armory. .Hear Judge E. K. Perryman. These!! Dr. Comar stated that thereat leading to high<'r salaries must these dancea. The Starke Legion citizen and taxpayer of the City orneys: for Clay Electric, atat- i i .,

I1 hope she shares with Dot Verna Demorest did a bang up three: officials divided up the ; value of atomic energy be. filed In .the office of the State Post will continue to sponsor and of Starke. this Is to demand that Ing:' "We do not have any money !' f I

another coffee addict who's job of directing the Recreatlonnl registration period Into twoday'tnur" lies not In Its effectiveness as aianacea. Department of Education before Uncle Ott and his Florida Trou- you disburse no funds of said available to do that type of work' : j

rg Treat Road these days. Club program last night. .Mv thus rotating the reapon- but In Its use as a toolo October 1. adors will continue to play for City! In paying any member of and cannot get It from REA for ,' t '
Error: Walter King: and Steve greater discoveries concernIng School Colin these: dances at the Armory every .
State -
ilbllltv. Miss Haven Crosby, of Supertendent your body and particularly W. a long time If then. As : t
YOU 1t4't lonesome;; around VVeldon maintain they were fired .!r. Thomas's office staff servedas the "why" of diseases and Rng-U"n explained that the Saturday night.. M. Edwards, for any special ser'Ices you know we are a non profit i,

!mm hop in the car and upon and {then warned. In th..lr'rprrnt assistant chief, keeping the ther problems of mankind. He Minimum Foundation program Hostesses for these dances at purportedly rendered the corporation and it takes every r

for Gainesville. Do believe fill I h 1 n g episodenot t 'I registration machinery functionng demonstrated a Geiger Counter funda sent to thee county for the Armory are as follows: Miss City of Starke by him, whether lime that we get to pay the ,'

.I more Callstreeters on the warned first and then fired upon. smoothly. for measuring radiation, and other teacher Ralailea are based on Helen Adklna, Hampton; Miss mder purported contact or othervise. government principal and interest I Ion

F campus these days than ns stated here last week. Sorry Among the volunteers. ..with- :nstruments used in some of the the number of teachers who have Elizabeth Clisson, Starke;' Miss This does not refer to his > the mortgages and, to operate "
'
'e't In town. Among those experiments at the University of 1 for or hold Certificates Inpnrri Lucille Starke Miss Dor-
out whom the registration! could applied Sweat ; regular compensation an!! councilman the plant and It would be many I. .,

rg classes over there this ..-.. down not have been carried on, were: )lorlda. I rink as of the firstday of othy Prescott Starke; Miss Mar. but to other sums claimedby years before we can build up a 1 I Ifund
are Jetome ninlo t ff It getting
Johns (transfer The The speaker was Introduced : October.
out of which items of this
Mrs. Jessie L. Young, Mrs. F.H. him.
Emory: at Oxford), George to routine again after recent VA- bY'> T, K. McClane Jr., chairman I gie Moody. Lake Butler; Miss haracter be tl ..
jont(. Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, Mrs.S. Counties! cannot receive additional tn behalf of said taxpayer. It can paid.
oU!1 Leonard Smith Billy (rationing. .Arlln McKnljrht spent of: Rotary's Community Service Selma Rivers, Graham; Miss Bet- '
In ]. G. Denmark, A. L. Crosby. Jr., state funds for teachers I..n further demanded that you As this faint hope went gllmlering J
tho South
i Mack Futch. Comer PerT the summer farming UP lommittee. Starke Miss Dorene I
:T Harold Johnson Donaldy Carolina and Hazel Fields Is back Miss Frances Crosby, Miss Mary who qualify or apply for higher- ty Dyal, ; recover from W. M. Edwards'! the Commlslonera held ; '

I RIbs: Ward. F. S. Smith, Mrs. paying ranks after that date. Prevatt, Waldo; and Miss Juanita public moneys of said city for another special meeting Monday
Billy Pat my, Lyle An- .tipr a week's rest at home. I Iand
'i Merle Grider, Buddy Da- Tess Alexander tells me he killed 1 Grace Ritch,. Miss! Jeanette Priest Buys Farm HereMr. Sparks, Waldo. ,illeged special services renderedby passed another resolution '
Mrs. Gladys Canova, Mrs. Doro- > him, and his time the Road J
a purported
petitioning
ard Enos Hayes. .The fair an armadillo at his'cAmp on the and Mrs.. Jose Moreira Singing ConventionThe upon ;
U well represented there Dklu'vaha River last weekend. I I I thy Heintz ijrs. Darlene Crosby. recent to Bradford are Board To MeetThe ontract between him and the epartment to ".. .assume thexpense I :
newcomers
In the future willie .
Registration Bradford of said trans-
County Singing Ity. removing t
What with Ona Demorest According to Webster an arma1lllo home I
County having purchased a
-Ie Lou Hazen Jeanette Is a South American bur conducted at the SelectiveService Convention will hold an all day Bradford County Board of Yours truly, [I mission line from the right of I 'rway
from H. B.
Wiggins, near
.* I Board office In Starke. Hamp- Hollls'! V. Knight of State Road 18 . and
and Evelyn Newsome animal covered with bon with Commissioners will ii! r
doing rowlnj countlenerved ton. The 5-acre place Is situatedn meeting Beulah Baptist County meet
I of all three
foung men Mr. Knight stated yesterday barge the the 1919
r bit same against ,
to varmint
.. Improve the canpus M-tes. .Mcthlnks the this board will regls- Highway 200 near the B. Church Sunday. September Thursday, Sept. 30, for the final I >
by T'I hat the city has not made Anticipated Surplus Gasoline Tax.i .
rv Martan Brown, Mary ,"p,, a fur piece fr"*n home! homas sawmill. Mr. and 26'1 I yet ,
Jon Mary Bet- from the ter In Starke within five days A. D. Crosby, president I meeting of the current year, a reply to his demand. Accruing to the credit of BradJ..
Winkler and snvinsri young
Bright Torelra came here from New Jer- I
Horne wllbe\ .Little Jack Miller 10, : fter they become 18 years old. I this: week. There will be lunch Routine business matters In connection ford County"..
leaving soon rrv. age Icy and are well pleased with '1'
.FStl in i Tallahassee. .Prob- iffer pulling one of his baby their new home. They plan to1,, m the ground and the public l IA i i I with closing out the year's Jew Bakery Open I Surplus gasoline taxes are or.

lots of others, but I justt teeth: asked his mother vlvaclom! Bradford Ramblers iLse chickens. cordially: Invited to attend. 'I' business wilt be transacted On Court StreetAnn'a manly placed to .the credit of j jtho

.t .' up with them all Margaret (Mrs. G. K.) If she' Enjoy OutingsThe various counties and used for ;t'

days. give him the : ,work within liuch counties
vould just ss soon J JIt
Bakery on Court Street
quarter now or would it be nee"si -I Bradford Ramblers had a'very Attractive Home Of Colonial Florist opposite the courthouse, Is one was explained. ,
'r the : '
dol R. G. Datlft family of lI..ry i for him to go through the enjoyable weekend. Sunday I s of the most recent new buslnesse The Board has not received I

te Plastics are new tenants old routine of putting said tooth afternoon twenty members with to open In Starke. Proprietor a reply from the Road Depa.ft 1
former
nut. Sternberg house on tinder his pillow and having a I. fourteen motorcycles gathered at '5' -, la Ann H. Groves who has been m nt but members are keep ; t
Seems the Davlses are fairy make the usual 'coin de- where pictures their "
the Conway Airport d' a resident here since 1946.L. fingers crossed and bell*
.t fanciers 2.'i and have a nock of posit. .Lucile Green (Mrs. Lex I by the Hollywood Camera ._II- H. O'Hara formerly of Jack that there .Is a good chance 'h: 11 '

e the In their back yard to,, asked don. Rill. S, why he didn'thplp hop were taken. From there sonvllle is the baker and Mrs Department will agree to ,Ui.- I' I f.l
early morning air his brother Mlrh- went to the Starke .' plan of '
d younger the club i It O'Hara Is saleslady. ,. operation. ,
cheerful I. ',t I
and chirrupy. ifl. 3, In learning to talk. Bill and played several I
Alley ,
Bawling is
It
Martha who
e the Criggs was employed hoped that the troe I. ,
Pleasure of recording I tin In Nursery School said he'dhavp of bowling. 1. t I ; .
'* good games by Lappe's Bakery until some matter can be'cleared: .. \
kcom"s on Call Street to go to school a couple Tuesday evening the club motored that '
"' its closing several months ago, so contract for the app_ J
l&d. to Lewis of Elk. more, years yet. to Hague where members Is also working at Ann's. mately 4V4 miles of hardsurfic '"

aecretarylng for At- njoyed an evening of roller road will be Included "
In the
'y !H. Thomas
0 SpUta Sparks
(

Brown GUm"Pd
and Doris !
"e Is to atlng. One new member was part men fa October letting ,
after talking }
the dither McKinney Stays
new soda Jerker all In a taken into the club last Thursly. contracts. .

flova a replacing Louise Bell lunband. D. L.. over long distance The club maScot Milly Marie As Deputy Sheriff ,, i,
lay .he is from rom Spndil.: Japan for 10 minites '
retiring Ga. .
Pellum.
bU nesi world. .Helen Glasaahuer Sunday evening. Laid it left The for Bradford Ramblers will' r Services of Traffic Patrolman Recent Births ) '\

Ihe:; at Lovett's .Is back took 4U hours to complete the hold\ a round and square dance Melvin McKinney will be termln- I Pi 4 '
J job l from all. .D. L. has hopes of being Recent births announced ,
a two weeks Auditorium on Ited as of Sept. 30 since there
at t the Armory .j to.
-Itl.n;) m the firstf L .. the Shadycreat Hospital: j: 'f
States by
back In the
p- Aberdeen Miss. ctober 4. The orchestra will be : was no provision for salary for
m to take an extra week off the year. .It took storm Ralph Crews and his band. The ,.,. this office In the county's 1919- Mr. and Mrs. Junla t '

,.. 'he got back because of an warnings to drive Pea an' Joe jblic Is cordially Invited. :. '...,., .t. Jf' 49 budget. Laat year It was budgeted Jordan of Starke. a dauht
.on: .10r( was she just \Wilson In from Kingsley but ,. < i'UUJ4a.' at $2,100.McKinney Linda Diann. born Sept. :5. ;).,.3
.r up.\. moved-. back Monday andre Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Jeff
hey: IIAZEN THANKS 'jOTEES J "; will remain In the
'-k. settled down for the winter. 1i I.. capacity of deputy sheriff hn-v- Crawford of Lawtey, a dauj ,
oeTh1*rt" on the map again! frs. W. ls still enjoying the novelty I wish to express my sincere _: I :.;. ever. until the expiration of incumbent Joyce Marie born Sept. :5.: ":, 4,,

that when Luclna Wynn f'being a homebody after banks for the fine vote givene Sheriff A. O. Andreu's Mr. and Mrs. James Et ;
Carl
Wm il vlalted the radio erring( 13 years with, the Welfare In last week's city election. present term In December. His Clark of Alachuaa, son, Tb I4

Breakfast at How- .She signed off the for confidence born Sept. 10. i. ) I
i" Board. In L return your IiiiiiII- pay aa deputy sheriff, will be on Eugene 4.
toy S BrtdS P<>rt. Conn. re'rw irst or August. .Sorry to hear placed in me at the polls, I pro- a fee basis. Mr. and Mrs. Albert '3e

was elected: "<.u"-"" n Jimmy Peek's vacation was mile to cooperate to the fullest -.... i .. Newman of Starke.. a son, 4 .
ar-.h being the one chosen. tarred by an auto accident near extent for the benefit of aU :/1ft ; $- Mr. Wood has returned to the ael. born Sept. IS. t -J j

I the eat aWay from hom Pin. Bluff. Ark. .Hear his car Star\e.\ I extend to you a cordial home of his daughter Mrs. Swell I Mr. and Mrs. Francis H. I. l

waived beautiful escaped attend Council meet. Lawson after spending the past Norman of Lawtey a. dan
I If of a turned over but Jimmy vltatlon to Pictured above Is the attractive new home of Colonial Florist, Starke's newest flower shop. Located
!1. Yellow ro....' Hear .with a few cuts and brulaea and Inga and assist your government ala weeks in Rlchland. S. C. and Mary Frances born Sept. S,. ", j
"" Nona Street, the business Is operated by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sclunltt and U owned by DeWItt C.
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r. cottage on San- to be back in the bank In the advancement of our city. Savannah. 0*. He was accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Cordy 4'\
k. 'NU the setting for icpects MondayThougbt Sincerely yours. Fonea. Of pleasing colonial architecture, the new shop has the finest and moat modern of florist apix J' ] by his brother. Lawrence Whit!.. of Starks, a. dab $' I
ley one of come LntmenU throughout and Is an attractive addition to this part of town. Wood. i I I
1 thou famous fLab\ !., O. Haxen > Lou Nell born 8ept..II.ey ,
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b AROUND THE COUNTYWITH Mrs. Bishop Myrick of Gaines were dinner guests of Mr. and I Finley.Mr A, coq
Bradford County Telegraph Clay Hill ville spent Saturday night with Mrs. H. M. McRae of Pine Level ,
II. DEAL. COUNTY SUPERVISOR their mother Mrs. Sue Myrick Starke. callers during the pastweek and Mrs, Poly
ESTABLISH 1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OwNM-CDlTOn FARMERS: HOME ADMINISTRATION SWitzerland JIll!
church services
By Lura Burgess Mohr They attended were Hugh Lucas L, N. Mr.
11 pubtlsbsd Every Friday and Entered am Second Fonca Nebr. Sunday morning at Pine Level Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Ray For (Granny Nuttles' mother'''

CUM Matter at the PoutMEMBER Office at Starke ..... a II Marklee Starling whc has Just considered several applicationsfrom I ) Nattles.
purchased an 128-acre farm in veterans who are wantingto .
Bradford County near Lawtey purchase farms In this county.
Wherein day are busy and
my
i 1948 _I happy this Autumn time and I is busy at this time constructinga The Committee visited the farm
new home. It is being built of James Pringle and approvedthis
1t"fI the wind which blows out
!8U! Months
BwbncrlpUoo $-'M Annuallr $1.50 For unit.
according to plans furnished by
here In the!! went."Let .
F. H. A and wtll be completed *

j there be light." Is every/within the next few months. The veterans througlt this sec- 1J

STICKING WITH TilE PARTY morning's cry. tion are very much interested In
And when It reaches God he The Bradford County Committee owning their farms and this officeIs
Sincere and laudable ax: the motives of the Dixiecrats slowly turns held a meeting this week and doing all it can to assist themIn
31 nr States Righters might be. the fact remains, as Allen Mor- The dial upon Ills reo tat close owning their home and farm.

rilt points out in a recent column, that the split in the ranksof byUntil know are in the ninth grade. ),Ir, -- .- .-

the Democratic Party could! easily deliver Florida into the horizon the suns burns red spot on the and Mrs. Harry Padgett have a Henry Hinson, ,who has purchased J

Republican t column when it comes to voting for Presidential new baby girl. The new mother the Hinson Farm, formerly
Electors: in November. "Let there be darkness" evening was the former Lillian Starlingand owned by the Hinson estate

Jerry \V. Carter. Railroad Commissioner and National demand, graduated from the ninth Is rebuilding the old home. Mr.
grade when I
The rheostat until God taught. Mr. and r
reverses Hinson la a veteran and was financed -
for Florida has gift for issues
/mmitteeman a expressing: Mrs Ruben Mosley have a baby
spiesThe
in arms that the man in the street can understand. In a : tars appearing at their age boy. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mos Administration.by the When Farmers his Home homeis t
'nt letter to a Jacksonville the inimitable ley and baby of HlgMand
1'(c newspaper I old< stands spent completed he will have a well
J> try expressed our feelings in this matter much better than Making gold polk a-dots In the Sunday with Louie Carter and built home and a beautiful place.
we could have done it ourselves. Wrote Jerry: blue-black skies. family. Her grandmother was I .

It is my purpose in November to vote the straight Dem. --Lois Grant Palches. 'baby.there Mrs.too and Winton got Partish to see was the On my visit to the farm ot NOW YOUR COOKING WILL BEeASlNl

'ucotic\ : ticket from top to bottom, from presidential electort The nights here are lovely now. making grape jelly. Mr. and Mr: Melvin Bryan I found that he
onstable, and I urge the Democratic majority of Florida A big moon shines down. I went Fred Lang went to Jacksonville was completing his painting. Mr
*. ers to do likewise. We are aware of the efforts of certain with Don to Allen to our mor- shopping last Tuesday. Letter Bryan purchased the' Newsome :
Tt'fctionary: groups to split the Democrats and destroy the tuary there the other evening. from Lela Mae Carter that they farm located just outside. the FrA7O
.' tins that the common people have had in 16 years of Demo- When, we returned home It was are going to build a new house. City Limits of Starke. He has :

<.. .tic presidential direction. But I see no reason' to dive lulte dark and Our Heavenly They were getting ready to go remodeled this home, installed an
+>'erboard from a sound and well proven ship just because Idi Father had turned on the lovely to Starke and Luella Austin was electric water pump and built
h << cover some knothole in the planks of its deck. itars I like to think that I am going along. She Is going to subscribe several outside buildings. I was
10 near God that he sees and for the Telegraph. Lula talking to his wife and she carried
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In spite of the deluge of propaganda to the contrary, knows everything I need and do. Mae Moaley was cleaning and i me to the pantry and showedme
thr Democratic party today remains as the only hope of them When I was painting this week, scrubbing a* her mother was several hundred cans of vegetables f '
',sses of the people. They are opposed by ultraconservatives which by the way was quite an coming home Saturday with Mar. which ahe-had canned during III1

and visionaries who hope through the agency of the indcrtaklng I whispered as I garette and new husband John the summer. This family will .. :.:' ( ll ,
':;;)f\8S : :
i publican party to drive us back to where we were before !limbed the ladder so aching when on their way to the Smoky reduce their grocery bill for another 'v:::'.:: Xl ;:p):t/i: ::::: ,:.: ; ::::: "

1933. back to where about S_ percent of the public was able tired "Help me God to finish Mia. on their_n_ _ti/in_n,_",vmrtnn.'.__m. _ruin_._ year.- A clone inspection was ,z ,
''i to dictate the wages and living conditions or the otner yv this and do the, work well." You Mae and Dad had been visiting made at the barn and I found
percent. night to see the two rooms I with Bud Carter and mother she several hundred bushels of corn 'Y G e e t1i
have finished. The spare bedroomn said they were all getting along and several tons of hay for their eeAutomaticlighting il
ti The people of Florida have only a choice between the a powder blue wall with Ivory fine. Some are going to start livestock. This family has shown
Democrats or the Republicans. None of the three gentlemen ceiling and the living room In breaking corn next week. Ills .wonderful progress since the
f. nominated by minor parties, neither Mr. Wallace ner Mr. Buff walls with Ivory ceiling Mae Johns says three of her Farmers Home Administration .:-- '""'"

Thurmond, nor Mr. Thomas, can hope to get more than a The walls are plastered and I brothers and sisters go to school. purchased this farm for them. :
handful of electoral votes. The only effect of voting for used a good grade oil paint. The Lots of nice letters from other ; M1

any auch'minor party candidate is to strengthen the Repub dining room comes next when I places In Florida. I so enjoy all On my visit to the Brooker "'"
licans. I don't think our people, who have enjoyed the fruitsof get the funerals over. We have of them. Mrs. A. B. Fowler Mrs. community I called on John F. -
a body here now and I am In the Bishop Thomas, Mrs. C. A. Cox
real Democracy for 16 years, should let themselves be Freeman who purchased the
office Mrs A. E. Moitt. Mrs Lewis
mortuary writing this. He : ,
4 lured off in any such hopeless cause. We as Democrats can was just fifty-one Died out In such gracious, friendly, happy Stokes Farm In January of this
( nly hope to plug up the knotholes and remedy our party Portland Oregon. We can never I letters. I just love all of them. year and found him harvestingcorn

'atform; by staying with the party, not by deserting it. tell when our name will be called HELPFUL HINTS: Is It about also repairing his fences
In order that
he can turn his
hogsIn
Those who vote for some other party, or abstain from Our life Is like the poem above parsnip time? Here Is something: on the peanut crop. He has

\otin : the Democratic ticket must stand ready to shoulder named Dawn to Star Time. new. Cook. parsnips and mash about 16 acres in fall peas which
season with salt and i
# 1 'e b'ame for wrecking all the gains we have made in suchy'i has The been wind Is blowing a gale. It Make Into patties and fry pepper.In hot were looking good. I discussed
blowing hard for several with him about
planting
\ major issues as old age security and unemployment benefits days and nights now. I love meat frying Use a nylon hose crops. He has already ordered cover

1 guaranteed bank deposits interest driven down from'8 to 4 the wind. Sometimes It whirls .' several of them together when 1000. pounds of Blue Lupine seed
i percent, redoubled income for wage earners, fair price for the dust and I have to keep the waxing floors or furniture. They to plant 16 acres Mr Freemanhas
producers and countless other windows down. When I was spread the wax evenly. Put beaten
: benefits to the common people. painting just started painting his
egg/ In the rolled oats when t/1eeItAQTAeseIiJt1tt/1lS' It's fun to cook Florence Gas Your :
I Range too'
had too keep them up and home, and will install on a balung,
I hope we who love the people and the good citizens who cooked for a bath
f. f have made the Democratic got! dust I found. A small thing the children. They will room as ,soon as he can. Funds and broiling will be so much easier..and Florence fealurn
, (11 party stand out as the real cham- tho in ones life eat their egg that way when .

,fi, I inn of the common man will not be deluded into deserting r---J'OlAV arm..... ......n....... ."n'.... ........'....'n.__ they might refuse a boiled or set for up making In his these loan by repairs the Farmers was. V burnerl. tap I (you hours of cooking lime.You will like,the economy of afloi
1-1f: ,_ iu this critical time. I Here It Is good-t" because It ripens fried egg. Use a wire basket Home Administration. Mrs. V Famous Flounce. Baking too and its sparkling porcelain-enamel finish is so easy dal I

1 'f,! JERRY W. CARTER the corn. School has started at when Just scalding tomatoes or peach Freeman has done lots of can Oven. (clean. Florence Gas Ranges are backed by
es. dip them In the
Democratic National Committeeman for Florida. Clay Hill Mr. Maxwell Is Princi- water and lift out. I find scalding Dreft ning this summer and plans to f' Accurate oven thrma tat. over 70 years' experience.
pal and Miss :Mildred Wood has can more when the pea crops V Speedy Full-out Broiler.Y' ,
good to take paint off hands 149.50
my
returned again this year. They and to clean brushes. I are harvested this fall. Near Two tlldo-out forvic
.\, are soon to have another teacher my Brooker, I called at the Farmsof drawer .
Up To U
' The P T A met on Wednesdayat A farmer just brought me Russell Green and Herbert Q.
I'I i it' the school Nettle Carter attended some nice okra and asked me Parrish and found several acres SLADE GAS CO. Inc. bto.topay
I the meeting. Daisy ,Lang how ''It was best i cooked. I told of fall crops. They were also preparing ,
'' + t" has been treasurer of the PTA him I liked It best fried and with lands for beans. While 213 E. Call St., Starke Fla. Ph. 121
TAKE IT EASY for many years. The bus driversare tomatoes. He left me quite a there my attention was attractedto

,k', John Mosley Dick Padgett mess. The wind still blows. Dig- a huge rattlesnake, velvet Free Balloons And Dust Pans To Adults Only
. Louie Carter. Lorene Padgett LaIn ger is barking. Don is at the colored with IS: rattles. He was
''!; ', the sixth grade this year. She store. I must soon pull my winter put out of exlstance by me witha

:)r. Is a bright girl and I want her beans I am ao happy, I have 22-rifle which I carry ,with me
to be a school teacher. Lorene the two rooms painted and soon for this purpose. .
Fields Is now at home with her the house will be all fresh and .
: IJ Mother Mrs. James Stricklandand clean. My little grandson has
) started to school and his mother On my visit to/ the farm of To
J attending Clay Hilt school Think of Refreshme
t Dorothy Manning and Lorene I says "You should see him march- I Willie H. Brown, RFD Starke,
Ing off to school" Life Is so good I found thttt he had planted several -
' .. I O Mrs. Gladys Orr Is going visiting I. thousand
strawberry
". '. to \\'e Virginia. She lives : plant Is Think
to Coke
I EXPERT I near Starke. She sent me this j: and was preparing acreage for of
poem.I more plants Mr. Brown was advised

r a'dioI. hold this true Is to plant "Hairy Indigo"/ as
i k 14 I < ---it my creed:
a summer cover crop, and did.
J Within rae lives my heaven or
: This cover crop is now being
NO PARKING PROBLEMS hell
f I. ttepa' It I I.* by my own thought and plowed under. It was about S to

'hw t NO DRIVING WORRIES > deed 6 feet tall, so rank It was hard 4b
p I build
the house where I must to cover up. This Is what our

fi! a GREYHOUND BUS STATION dwell lands In this county need Let's -- .
< A marble mansion tent or straw,
? 4 Temple Ae. Phone 117 I nm the builder It Is the law. try and build up our soils, whilewe

'i are taking so much from the
/I SERVICEChas. Happiness H very much a state soil let's
t r it il try and put somethingback.
of mind. If one begins to feel
-- GRtYHOUNDR. C. sad. I Just shake off that feeling i iI Mr Brown purchased this f
with a thought of happy things I farm and ,was financed by the

t ShepherdAt I and !get busy working.: We all i Farmers Home Administration.
f have our sorrows and hard diys I Since we have opened up the
Gay's Service Station God bless you all- bye now : fall loaning season several have vat

i I LOVE LURA been assisted through this ,
{ B. Alvarez & Son for planting strawberries ornc"r'
--- la our thought that more

will b.o planted this season 3
through this help from the Farmers .
Transfer & Storage Co. Home Administration. Prospects -
for this season are looking

4) AGENT FOR DELCHER BROS. good. ,


,l Moving and Phone 9105Stpfag I Starke The Is F. financing H. A. Office the construc-here in /fC 4'

tion of four new homes
in this
We Operate Local and Long Dis
unit one In Clap County, one in H
t [\ tance. Also Hauling Anywhere In Union County, and two in .Brad.
Starke City Limits. ford County.
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SEE US FIRSTINTEGRITY /
If have
you a farm for sale at 8
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to know about It a* we Shave lots
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of veterans who are
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Thlj: farm will have to be a
+ family type farm, and by that
of conduct and dealing with better ,rrl* we mean that the farm should
thoughtfulness and economy in all ourI' tJa4a. be 60 acres or more and not at
ti
in Inflated price. If you have I h,F
n'ing-these mark the
reputable
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luch farm, call at
our office and
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quality of this welt known firm.
report ame.'e are open Mon
Double Goodness days through Friday.
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Our milk is a double feature program of (rood c

t DEWITT C. JONES health,! and good taste. Grand for both grownup Lake GenevaBy
I STARKE!: PHONE T *)-and youngsters it pours from the bottle
j In a creamy cascade of liquid sunshine.
AMBULANCE SERVICE: Keep Blanch Cunningham :+ x

Funeral Director a permanent fountain of youth on hand with 28
n milk of superior flavor and richness. Order r

'- Our local funeral home enables ut to your GUSTAFSON'S DAIRY milk today! Mr.McRae and Mrs. Raymond }Mannof W
gave a fish fry Saturday
I offer conveniences; and
services nototherwu
TELEPHONE GREEN COVE night
'h SPRINGS 231' COL. honoring Mrs. Dovle
available.: LECT FOR DELIVERY. Slbley and Dewey Gllsson of Mc
Rae and T. M. Finley of Lake
' w. t1.e'atstt the highest type service at the lowest prices ash] Geneva on their birthday anniversaries "
aeegc ANT Ute Insurance policy. fore. .iatnied fcy ANT eon GUSTAFSON'S DAIRY ). Many friends attendedand

4' .-a,.. as payment In port or In full on a fuaernJ. Consultation PHONE 2312 all report an enjoyable time.

-n1M DO obligation. Green Cove Springs.. Florida the Many honor nice guests.gifts were received by lonua HN... uN0ur o, ,?. COCA.CCUA COMPANY .r

SERVING STARKE STARKE
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Mr. 'and Mrs. Robert Myrick BOTTLING COMPANY

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!,! i r Miss Simpson Weds Caldwell-Anderson Guard Officers Mrs. Jones HostessAt Mrs. Jeannette Young returned burgh since the
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home first
: Will]] Be Wives Enjoy Stork Shower yesterday from PennsylvanI
""t, SOCIETY and CLUBS Mr. Newell In Marriage And ia where she had been visiting p"7".rM\
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,": I'' I Miami Ceremony Event Of Nov. 12 Party At KingsleyThe Mrs. R. E. Jones, Jr. entertainedat friends and relatives near Pitta- '
'p.. : office Gladys Mooty n .ld"lM'e. a delightful stork shower Monday -
:, ,. i' Phone 29" Editor Phone SSV I Of Interest here Is the marriageof I officers and wives of the evening honoring her sister- -- -- -
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rtk '.. Miss Rebecca Simpson and Second Battalion of the 124th in-law, Mrs. C. O. Jonea. --.......
,.. II I .; David Richard Newell both of. I Infantry Florida National Guard I I ALVARESTOR Men's
Jones home, E
I ; The lawn of the Clothin
:: Miami, which was performed in held a "get-together" dinner E.t'
ll ; the setting for the occasion, hada I'11:1:
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N { County-Wide School CovingtonGayA the Tarboux Memorial ChurchIn dance at the Officers beautiful large umbrella in the
that city on September 1. SdY Camp Blanding Saturday evening: --.......
,id: ;i Of Instruction wedding of much interest center decorated with dainty BaBBnnnHnnna8iBcaBaaB BM
of Jr., In
The bride la the daughter Major T K. McClane
.;; 'To Be Held Oct. I IA II was that of Adrlon Covington Mrs. L. B. Simpson of Miami charge of arrangements planneda The white refreshment pink and blue table crepe was paper.over- THE FLORIDA AVIATION AC.\DE IY.-

I. county-wide "School of In- and Mrs. Geynell Fordham Cay of I and the late Rev. Mr. Simpson, buffet dinner, served on the laid with a white damask cloth, Announces The Re-Opening Of
struction" In ParentTeacherwork Eastman Ga., the ,wedding was I a former pastor of the Starke terrace followed by dancing.: centered by an arrangement of Their Training'

t will be held Friday, Oct. 1, solemlnzed In Eastman Ga. Sept. I I Methodist Church. Enjoying: the affair from Starke fall flowers. Small animals cut Academy On October 3rd
r in the Woman's Club building in 11. It was a very quiet affair For the double ring candle. were Maj. and Mrs. T. K. Mc- ,out of fruit were placed at pointsof
Starke. I Ibrldf' i light i ceremony the bride chose Clane Jr.. Capt and Mrs. Hugh In- interest around the table. .%t Keyatonr Airpark. The opening ,
of the ulll
The State President Mra. witnessed by close friends [, a white slipper satin gown made gram Lt. and Mrs. T.C. Hazen Jr., .tate-wl.l. Breakfast, lit. eeiebnuH l
Appropriate games were played Flight of Private
'. Rev. R. G. P. McKinnon 'with wide bertha fitted bodice and Mrs. AI Carlisle. Plane ,,..
'V I Floyd Griffin and Mrs. A. J'I and Lt. Kay during the evening and prizes "tone Airpark Sunday morning, and ,. own to i'
"and bouffant skirt entrain. White a "' I
office and field along with members of the Lake .rllll
it 4'I( d Wagner officiated l were awarded to Miss Katherine be held In "! C"""
.. tary, will be the speakers.\ carnations and white baby chrys- City and Gainesville Battalions. the arternxn. 111
''ii" Mr. and Mrs. Covlngton are Galney Mrs. Dorothy Lirenbeck,
The will begin at 9:30: I anthemuma formed her bouquet
meeting
a.m. and all Interested I making their home here where and her only ornament was an j Mrs. H. K. Tyu Mra. Willie The Public In Cordially In\'II..d
persons H. O. Lawson HonoredAt
y'' r" in Parent-Teacher work are urged Mr. Covington .U engaged In1 heirloom brooch belonging to the |I Green and Mra. dna! Prevatt. We have a few opening available for |
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d to_attend. __ farming and cattle raising.y ''I.r bridegroom's ulster. I Birthday EventMr. Following the games the guest enrollment In either our Aviation or Kleotronle; Mlud..nlM four M+**
I'1.' /. ----- -- I Miss Simpson was given In of honor opened her many lovelygifts courts can be taken under the O. '. T"14:*
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marriage by her brother-in-law, and Mrs. M. L. Lawson I of Righq,
.t. t'I'' i Cecil Rowe. entertained at a peanut-boiling. which were placed In a Information! see B. II. Browning Director| r
f the of cradle.
t basket replica a
Mina Ruth Simpson was maidof Mr. artfl Mrs. James Glover party last Friday evening honor- I
Ing: H. O. Lawson who was cele- Assisting the hostess was Mrs. FLORIDA AVIATION
: honor for her sister while Caldwell of the State Farm an- ACADEMYKEYSTONE :
t Mra. Cecil Rowe her sister, and nounce the engagement and approaching brating his 70th birthday anni- Ira Wilson Mrs. Palmer WIIJlam8'I)

t, r! Mrs. Bob Greaves sister of Mr. marriage of their versary. and Mrs. R. E. Jones AIRPARK
i I Newell, were bridesmaids. Best daughter. Mary Josephene, to A. Mr. Lawson wan presented witha -
man for Mr. Newell was Robert W. Anderson Jr., son of Mr. .and beautiful two-tier white cake
Carpenter and ushers were Bob Mra.\ A.W. Anderson Sr., of this! emboRsed in blue rosebuds, with
: :t ; TWO-OVEN CAPACITY Greaves and Ronald Carpenter.The seventy pink candles. Vases of CAN'T FEED A FAMILY ON WEEK

; : city.The tall red roses were placed at END SPECIALS. SAVE
maid of honor wore an marriage will be an eventof EVERY DAY
IN
I : aqua ninon gown and cdrrled yellow !- November 12 In the First vantage points throughout the M
:h iil; in a Standard Size GAS RANGE daisies. Mrs. Rowe and Mrs. Presbyterian Church in Starke home for the occasion. YOUR FRIENDLY A & P GROCERY!
Greaves were In pink nlnon and | with Dr. J. Warren Kaufman Enjoying\ this affair with the
i. carried pink dalslea. pastor, performing the ceremony. hosts and Mr. Lawson were the ANN PAGE
families of A. J., J. T. and Ewell
Doth Mr. and Mrs. Newell
Miss
are Caldwell and Mr. Anderson -
.,. 11!, c; ssaw r Here indeed is the range you graduates of Miami Edison High are both graduates of Brad Lawson and Mrs. C. H. Register Salad Dressing pt. 3 33c
I tl have beet waiting for-* School and are now living In ford High: School. After her ,
1 t k, Oxford Ga., where Mr. Newel graduation Miss Caldwell com PTA PostponedUntil
: ,I' : the that has ANN PAGE'
u I
range
everything Is studying for the ministry at pleted a three year nurses' courseat nbifaB
," t No more waitingfor Emory. I Charity Hospital in New Orleans Next WeekThe
?try I' .
i -- Pork & Beans 2 for--/
'* :, : (? the roast to come out La.:, and Is now a regis- 2.
:'11.i ,0':. rw of the' before tered head nurse there. Mr. PTA meeting scheduled /Save'up to 12c lb.;
I ; d '- oven you can Arthritis Pain Anderson has been employed by for last Wednesday afternoonwas / ANN PAGE PURE
: rip put in the casserole dish the Bradford County Telegraph)I postponed until next Wednes- :
'9:I or the biscuits la 'the For. .vote. d:ll.hi/iillr comforting help fo, since his day, due to the inclement weatheron :, Jam 2 lb.
F:t. cJi' and....p....ln_of. Mwiunattem. ArthrltU graduation In 1937, excepting 1' 8 O'clock Coffee Grape glass
that date.
: Nrarttla Scl.Uea.or Ncuralala trj for 61 months ,
with
t'"'Jf separateMeatOven ..-.. Work'.......h iho blood tint.OM : spent
I ... the armed forces In the Mrs. T. B. Harding '
i :p.. roastswholebamrwhole .aliI'. start Itovlatlnff pala ao you ea.vork. Pacific president 40c lb. IONA
.
njoy lift and steep mor.comfortably. Theater of will preside over the business ( \
..... .... .. Operations.
k f l Pt. chickens are broiled or pries Oct. uttef action< M druiUt or money.back.1' Quick....r....rums..... ... session which will convene at Tomoto Juice No. 2
))1 .":':,..i.lJ aNil barbecued to perfection: Bishops Are Hosts 3:15: In the USO building. Mrs. 8 O'clock Coffee r I can 1

f''i1 ('..I'M' leaving the entire capacity of the big (18-inch T. K. McClane chairman andMs. % bag.

: 1 4 ;) wide) bake oven free for biscuits cakes, ID BILC At Buffet Supper chairman. M. F.will Brown be In hospitality charge of ,2.- -b- _1.15_ ,.,1 Crisco 3 lb. can -1,1

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,,7)' pastries, c*,j
.;", ;:'''i; ( STARKE FL-:. entertained at a venison buffet the teachers to give the patrons WHITE HOUSECondensed
\ '. supper Saturday evening at their an opportunity to meet the fac '

.: ,\'11f.: / !f.1Y' OTHER/GRAND i 1t/t Sun., Mon., TUP., Sept. 26-7-8' home on the Washington birthday Street anniversaryof honoring ulty. )li For frying; cakes, Milk 2l

Miss Bobble Cameron and Mr. !
'/ ; RACHEL AND Bishop's victory at the polls In Newsome Home pastry, pies, andbiscuits

f( ::1 quarcol PihergW intuUtion; THE STRANGER the recent City Election. Scene Of PartyThe A-Jax Cleanser, can 111
,,11 tl -aoe Broiler;
Enjoying this double occasion try our
(: Jf e Automatic Oven Control 0 I."netta Young, \%'m. lluldrn, with the Bishops and Miss Cam Newsome home on Water '
', f i:..;{ ; Divided Cookin* Itobt. MlU-lium eron were Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Street was the setting of a surprise I DEXO ShorteningYOU Super Suds giant sz. 8 831bb 88
: birthday
( party
.l a\ Top; SiT-Kee Powell. Mr. and Mra. Willard Thursday
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'I'
If Also News & Short '
evening of last week for Joyce
; t
Mr.
"t' Burners; two Utensil Pans and Mrs. Garland Godwin 1.07
I I \r I I I Newsome can
.!. pf I; Onwen; gleaming white! J. B. Godwin Miss Marion given by her mother, '
.
I Mrs. H. J. .
U ThurSept. 29 SODOIUL" Newsome.The
Brown Mr. and Mrs. J. C. -
.f\t\\\, vl i Porcelain EDamcl.See Hobbs : ::-- Fresh Fruits & Vegetables I
)I ijf.' r : FEATURKAbie's Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sllcox. :Miss home was attractively
1(, tbM.1 all compare decorated ,
,. ; Freddie Wimberly and Comer with bowls of orchid ,
.. bafpn you ba, a ,.... ofn I Irish Rose Ferryman.SwindellRaulerson. asters and yellow button pom- 1 lb. Out
od. I poms and an Daily Dog Food 3 for ;25c Red
Yot117 arrangement of Delicious Apples 2 lb. 29c|
,
,
I .,
;; <. J \ With Michael Chrkov I multicolored gladioli. An Irish

1''" 'i'1' Mr. and Mrs. John Raulersonof table which was Cen- Cauliflower Snoball head 29cl
Food
"t tered with a beautiful white birth- Baby 2 for 19c ,
Lake Butler announce the marriage -
$\ ", i rt of their daughter Onle day cake embossed with red

: I t. ', GAS RANGES With Charles Laughton Mac, to Kirby Swindell son of I roses Dancing with and tiny games red candles. Plain Or Self-Rlsing ,Yellow]] ONIONS, 3 lb. 14c
were
played
Mm. S. n. Swindell of Starke.
.',: fOR QTY GAS AHO IP "IOTTUD11 GAS .\iM/ Newt throughout the evening. Gold Medal Flour 5 lb 48c
The marriage took In
,,; place Mrs. John Stewart assisted
lo}tl' : Frl., Sat., Oct. 1, 2 with Mr.\ and Mrs. W. C. Rhoden twenty gueats. :
nerving as the couple's atten Wheaties, reg. sz. 15c

; ; slA DEGAS IMU'IILK: FEATUREDangerous : dants. Cantaloupes I Calif. 36's, ea. 19c|

l 4 CO. Inc. Venture The' bride chose for her wedding -
't d' k a white and rose afternoon Swerl Soap Powder 29c
'. 1 : 213 East Call Street Starke Florida. Phone 121 I With William Boyd dress, complimented with black Iceberg LETTUCE, 2 for 23c|
J / accessories. Mrs. Rhoden was
;.' AMY.Campus attired In a grey suit with red Chocolate Syrup
I FREE BALLOONS AND DUST PANS cceMHories. Ida Bosco I'/' lb. 47c THOMPSON .
-
Jt.,, r FOR ADULTS ONLY Sleuth The newlyweds are making Seedless Grapes, 2 lb. 21
, their home In Starke where Mr. I' I
I to, 't.t I, Freddie Stewart, June Prrlsner t' Lux Soap, bath sz. 13c .
Swindell is with Hercules
-
:\ +et I; . . . .1 Also Comedy & Serial Powder employed Co. Potatoes, Idaho baking, 5 lb. 3lc|

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I ::1 WINNING PICTURES Swan Soap, Ig. 2 for 33c

i t .
Your pictures. will I

E'i f WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION I .51@ be iona prize-winners in precious any league-if, champ.you' I i :..,.-- Our Own TEA|

bring them to us for Developing ':" _' ...... ,
: Ii1 and Printing. /, 49c
5iI For that zip-and-sparfcl. Sparkle GELATIN Half-lb.
A 4 Q{;;/ that marks the difference 1/ Royal Tex
Of Our Modern Sanitary Meat-Curing And !Id! between run-of-the-mill and ,
truly greet! pictures you I ANY FLAVOR I 'r:
need our dependable, quick
finishing service.Hollywood Toilet I Tissue 1
,
Cold Plant Now f 3 for 20c HAPPY KIDS|
Storage To Serve You
Ready .
.i "teqIAelapepAt, '.,' 3 ROLLS FOR I I25c

Camera C SYRUP


t % .4. & Gift Shop Half-Gallon 59

Call !Street< At Railroad In Our' Market

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CONCRETE HOCKS!,;
t Sirloin Steak HERSHEY'S
Ik 83c
__ Ready A Mix Full ConcreteAnd Line Of t t Chocolate Syrup, gal. 10




:;-i l .BUILDING........ SUPPLIES'."..,.. Rib Steak, lb. -' 69c Nutley Oleomargarine, lb.

I r- BH ""

"fw -- Iona Corn, No. 2 can .0 1
Chuck Roast t lb. 58
-- Co.

58I\

1 HALF OR WHOLE A-Penn: Motor Oil, qt .


v gut. wPictured s ; Give new life HAMS, lb. - 69c IOXA

Above Is Our Wholesale And Retail :Meat Department Where The to 1001 things Cut Beets, No.2, can 2 for 2

Finest In Meats Are _Available At AU Times For Our Customers.! with
Porkliver.lb.--- 10 1 % Oz.Crispo.
SNuWIN-W/LL/AMs :
Coconut Cookie

SUGAR CURE & SMOKE HOUSE FACILITIES AVAILABLE ENAMELOID SUNNYFIELD

.. DOLE .
Colorful!Applies eas BACON lb. ,l
a& V MARKET ibaeautdtauyl''i, - 77c Pineapple Slices, No. 2 cn.3Jt

H. A. LAWSON & COLD STORAGE ANNISBUILDING -

Fresh Mullet lb.
Washington St. Starke, Fla. SUPPLIES Inc. 25c

..1 MM>1
OUR CURING & COLD STORAGE PLANT WILL OPEN OCT. 1 GAINESVILLEPhone Fresh Shrimp lb.42c 'I

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1ErrEMBER ]



: : 24. 1948 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK: FLORIDA PAGE FIVWTS ..' i

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Miss Clarice Thomas who has Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Davis Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Newsom Miss Lucille Alvarez is spending 5T wool blankets. Stump's. "Don't Forget to Remember4'"' I,

NEWS been spending a brief vacationIn and children Lynn and Steven, recently returned from a summer this week with her parents Mt. and Mra. E. W. Wilkinson Farm Home & Auto Supply" '
of 'LOCAL 1 1drlkl ] the home of her parents. Mr. moved last Friday from the E. vacation with relatives in Texas Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Alvarez.. made a pleasure trip to Salt Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Chambers ,
and Mrs. A. J. Thomas on N. J. Dowllngs on Christian Streetto and California. They travelled Miss .Alvarez Is attending the last week. of W. Palm Beach spent the :
I I. II ....$ Walnut Street has accepted employment the former Sternberg house 6,330 miles and were fortunate beautician school In Jacksonville. Springs weekend with Mr. and Mra. Tltu.

Edwards: was a Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ingram in the Commercial Department 1 Ion N. Walnut Street. Mr. Davis i enough not to have' bit. of car Mr. and Mrs.: B. T. ThomM Star Brand shoes for men. Olson. i
L., the home of Mril. visited E. T. Stewart in Brooker of Robert E. Lee High', Is general manager and Mrs. trouble. Mr. Newsnm particularly had aa their Sunday guests Mr. and boys at STUMP'S.
I"r" .1 l and Mias Ka'sore last Sunday.Dr. School in Jacksonville. Miss j i Davis, bookkeeper at Florida enjoyed visiting his sinter, who and Mrs F. O. Burrell of Hast -: -, '
--
truth Thomas has recently completedthe Plastics. he had not seen In 20 years- ings.
{ for Clncln- George P. Scott of Lakeland .
leaving was the academic work on her Maater "Don't forget to Remember Mrs. Bartow Scarbrough of El Rev. and Mra. J. Warren Kauf MrJn'a'rtmannwe J
will speclalL0 weekend VICE'
Edwards guest of *. Farm lorm & Auto Supply"Mr. Paso, Texas. 48y Oy.DEe sEc ;
and other subjects his brother, F. A. Scott. Degree in the University of I man and Miss Evelyn Stump attended l :: 1
Florida, and lacks only one yearin and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd Mrs Willie Mae Denton and QkkOW ewe
Ler'-atory, of Music. It PAYS to TRADE: w Ith SL.XDK. I the Sunday School con 14'
Ivan Hazen and class room teaching and completion spent the weekendlin Monticello son, Mlkel. and Mra. G. W. Hln- ference In Crescent City Sunday tTO'f'r'
L last Miss Mildred *
returned
wvnn of her ,visiting Mr. Shepherd's mother J. Hiimon :
| Hunley of Jacksonville thesis before the son were guests of W. which was represented by 18 .,
|:from a nix weeks tripe itlng friends and were via. I degree will be awarded. ,Mrs. J. E. Shepherd and sister and J. R. Hinson In Jacksonville Presbyterian churchea of the

L N'>w' England states. Sunday. relatives hereon I, Mrs. J. C. Wynn and son. Keith Mrs. A. I. Sasser. Mr. and Mrs. F.. L. Matthews\ North Florida Branches. Rom where I sit.. fy Joe Marsh

IAlted her son, Merton Richard Barber of and her brother Charlie Parker Mr. and Mrs R G. Davis had and children have returned to Billy Ward of Paducah, Ky. ,
\'I Gainesville
Veteran's Hospitala. was the weekend visited their mother Mrs. Lettie aa their dinner !guests Sunday their home after spending ,the has been the guest of his aunt,
the guest of Mr. Parker in Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Arnold and summer on Kingsley Lake. i Mrs. I. N. Breazeale ,at Kingsley'
Ga. while enroute. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen. Jackie, and Robert
and Mrs. Marlon Page and 1 daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pallesen Lake the past ten days. Nicest Compliment
Beers, who Is home leave from
Don Page of Jacksonville were on have purchased the Kingsley Grocery Don't Forget to Remember
I I Sunday guests of Mr; and Mrs. the Navy. store at Kingsley Lake from Farm, Home &: Auto Supply" Had .
Adam Green and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gaines Charles Silcox. Mrs. Pallesen lathe Mrs. W. H. Nollman returned I I've

Donald Page. ville spent the weekend visitingher former, Kathleen Hall of Lake Sunday from a month's stay In ---- I

Oil cloth feather ticking:, daughters. Mrs. R. A. Green Geneva and Mr. Pallesen'a home Ashville N. C. One of the nicest comment res. of Illustration, that to never had

yellow homespun and print and Mrs. G. J. McGrlff. Is in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. D. -T. Clark of received about this column was happened to ha r* a taste for ale ',ill,, j

cloth at STUMP'S. Mrs. R. G. Dodscm and son. "Ilon't Forget to Remember Miami visited Mr. and Mrs. J. from an editor la the Middle West or beer. But that when I spoke) ef

Miss. Elma Lee Hickey visited Tommy, of Jacksonville spent Farm Home & Auto Supply" R. Wainwright last week while 1 called on. And while I dont like the rigkt to enjoy MOderate beverage .
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hickey In Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T M. I Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns enroute to Waynesvllle, N. C. to cite myself orchids,'I think it like beer,weD,he wa right

Palatka over the :weekend. Hutchings. returned recently from amonth' 'I Mrs. w*. E. Thornton and son UlMtratee a point there with mel!
CHILDREN AND ADULTS Boys jackets sweaters and "nn'n _* vacation___'_'__n ,in n Wavnesvllle.N. Albert Earl, spent a few days I IdOIl.t AaJ from where I alt, dtat' ... )f
FOR corduroys at STUMP'S.Mr. C. They report having seen this week visiting Mr. and Mrs.. "Joe, he said 1\ so happen Important thing ,et whether yew ft i
OF COLOR r and Mrs. Walter Muhlhofer Dr. and Mra. M. B. Herlong In J. A. Mclntyre.ln Wildwood. agree with everything you testis er I
PLENTY. poises's
BOOKS another
ENJOY have aa' their guests' at their Waynesvllle, who are spending I Girls & boys!!! school clothes ..,. but I always like to :run your point ahare ml view-" h. whether yerecognUe !
home Mr. and l weeks there. HI II mil. Because it get down to
on Klngaley Lake several at STUMP'S.
Golden Books hta right .. excrdawfree s .
At '
Also 25c
Mrs. Carl Mulhofer and Mr. ,and Corbin and Gene Carpell of Mrs. J. H. Morris returned earth and talks about U'. riffM to land.Copyright. tI'
.- '4.' COOL Mrs. Robert Walters of ,Chicago! Ormond visited their grandfather home Thursday of last week from duar.. And it only ask for toUerane choice hi a free

For Children Friends of Mrs. Dave Elliottof F. A. Scott on Monday of last the Palatka Hospital where she toward the other person's. ,'I '
RIDING. Jacksonville the former Wan week. Corbin leaves for Wheaton was under observation for three point of view" ,

da Harris of Starke, will be gladto College, Chicago, 111. and Gene days.Mrs. II. went on to explain by way .
WITH OUR NEW know that she Is getting along enters Mainland High School at Ella Johns and !Mra. L.A. I.
A FRESH SHIPMENT OF as well as can be expected after Daytona this fall. I Rennolds visited relatives In Ala. I t i mmI

PLASTICSEAT .. her serious operation at St. Rex Brookins of Hampton left chua Sunday. 1948Vmit.4ftalei. Brewers ftuM i

Luke's Hospital recently Friday to Join the regular Army '
Whitman's Fine Chocolates Mrs. Carrie Ingram has had asher I at Fort Jackson. Rex has been ,Nt Nt
guests, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. employed at Dcnmaik's furniture t

NOW IN STOCK Baxter over the weekend and Mr.) store since hilt graduation
COVERS and Mrs Ovid Lewis of Jackson from Bradford High School In f
e vlllo nn Sunday.
June. .> .
.
All-Leather Trim I. t-AYS to TRADE with SLADE.T.trn Henry Gaaklns of Bartow spent SAL ,.

A SWEETHEART PURSE Leon Moorer is In St. a few days this week with Mr. : If
VIm-erit's Hospital in Jacksonville and Mrs. J. H. Ritch at Kings. .3.'(., .
I u.iere she underwent an operation ley Lake. 1 1
[ Makes A Fine Gift -' Just The ThingTo 39 last week. Mrs. Cella I. Manassa Is spending ,4 1

Carry In A Lady's Purse Mr.spending and several Mrs. Joe days Martinezare in Tam. law two and weeks daughter with, Mr.her and son-in-Mrs Never Before Have 'We Offered Such A Bargain '' f I -I j jI

pa where they went to visit D. B. White in Fernandina. ", I j
their new grandson, Joe Allen Men's S2.98 at m
3.30 pajamas '
STARKE 4.?: \ Ptzro."Don't: who Forget was born to Remember on July 20. STUMP'S.Mrs. : $1.95' ; I

Farm Home) & Auto Supply"Mr. from .a May month's Dickens visit hall with returned relatives Maple I Lamp& End d Tables - ; +

Seat Cover and Mrs. G. S. Kuter and
\\lcnty of items for school See our family of Jacksonville w"ere Sun. and Is In again Alnchun back and Galn.lllvllll'I. I ORIGINAL( VALUE $6.95; 1 :j

COMPANYCorner day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brownlee.Mrs. J'I t II I .. .. .. .. .. I,I II ',
.1
T. Jackson.
rge assortment of items needed for Court & Harley F. Strong
Madison '
!
MrH. Seekers Check This Bargain
Mrs. B. S. Carroll and WE NEED; SPACE Bargain
called Atlanta, Ga.
to Tuesday
Phone 10 .
Starke ,.Richard Thede of Jacksonvillewere

ginners up through High School. visiting their mother, because sudden death of a of heart her attnck brother and F. Clothes assorted colors $1.95 It i, '1 I

F. II. Long, on Tuesday. 1\Irll.// A. White. Hampers, -

;:-.-.----------.---.------.- ;, I Friends of Mrs. Charles A. VALUE ''I
ORICINAL: $6.95 '
-
och Store I Jenkins will be glad to hear sue
Drug I
Is greatly improving after her p. I I .I .ss+Ss'
TUXEDO FEEDS ;, operation last week ,at the Jacksonville -
I Naval Hospital. l i
DOUBLE BLANKETSOnly
.1 l.1g Holt Johnson of Metter, Ga. li

j spending!\ few weeks with his ... !
grandmother Mrs. J. M. Brown- I DOUBLE SIZE t

Branch of WHEAT AND CORN lee. 6' .9. AND THICKNESS 4 h
"Don't Forget to RememberFarm -

INSURANCE ] Home & Auto Supply"Mr. Many Colors To Select }From See Them: NOW! 4
'Scratch490Lay r and Mrs. E. \.I. Davis had ... I
.,
----- as their weekend guests, Mr. and
Mrs. M. W. Morrow and daughter, '
m Carolyn and Mra. C. Williams See Our HEATER DISPLAYSee

C. WALL AGENCY Mash --- 525 of Daytona Beach.
o Mrs. Hal Gillen and daughter lit'
Paula and Dianne, spent Sunday Us About Your Heating,, Problems '
PLEASE PHONE
146 with ]Mrs. Gillen'n parents Mr.

2OPct.Dairy4.25Yellow and ]Mrs. J. M. Cole In Lake City. I
Constant Service Over 50 Years Mrs. J. W. Kincaid returned THIS WLL SELL QUICK SO COME EARLY! I '

home.. Wednesday from Tampa
e where she had a week on Mfr
-- -- spent
Corn4.50 business. Used 2Pc. Living Room Suit49.95

JLASS1F1EDBal.y II It PAYS to TKAI with 8L.VDK.

: Mrs. J. B? Sapp has had as her ... ORIGINAL VALUE' $148.50 ,
i iiT'S
----- guests Mrs. F.A Moore of Gaines

:' Bal.ynrrlaec, Growing Mash5.45Porkmaker5.OO ville the weekend and Mr.
Rood FOR HALE: Large over i
"'n Drug.)ink for Mary Kessler hot water coll. wood lood range condition.with and Mra.\. Dan Harris of Jacksonville A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT i
tlt''e.
UpHTfclt fteanonable Also| wood heater.
,I. : Mill SALE at the Phone Starke 130. it Miss on Dorothy Sunday. Claire Klckllter
i
rj lip Denmark Furniture Co.i
K: Marlnt plywood outP"H FOR, RENT: 4-room cottage, .., Is spending two weeks with her
| ',oat. Can: be ,\..env tile 3-room refrigerator can Mtove. brother-in-law and sister! Mr and
r 631 W. Mad laol1 apartment with ec'l
tIie. { *bath"'". and gas Btov?_. 305 W.IR: Mrs. A W. Hendricks, In Newnan,. .PHONE 151 !STARKK.; FT.A. 1
Ga. !
1 Iron bedstead. 2 I Wilson & Toomer Fertilizers 1I I
mattrvxtiei e, and i Ice FOrt rtF.OT:<: : Furnished house at I ,
) Klna-iiley, Lake. 3 bedroom and I'

,..N. 1t1t., .. oath.Hleeplnw! Modern rooms convenient.Alnii with rnnnlnir "'a- Ii! liTHE &
Ie.> '*. J. M. 'J.J
.Mr Mitchell, toi W.I Challenger
hUTTRESSES Madison. Rt.. Mlnrke. np ,
F \LL KINDS Carl Johns h
FOR RKNT: fro"rnlralfe '
apart.ment .
RENOVATEDFIRMURE furnished ..r unrurnlxhed ,
Also one 2-room apartment t); !
Aired people cared for reaKonablv. I J'J't
I 202 N. Cherry St. Kin. Phone 45-J Free Delivery j t 1 1t4
I ney'sRBNt_ ..Hun..... I upil t

,,10'1 It'l'n WKHDINO I II
In front .UI.VO Mqndny .! . IL
I, of Hetier'n Store 14 k. ------------------------... / I IH i
Kol.l owner mav claim at Brad-
iI
ford County Telegraph. by ilex.gibing 2 l
and paving font this ad It I I Id

ftPIIOLSTEUEDD( FUn HAIJ3: 3-plee solid maple' s That Chic Lookdepends
living \room milt, like new, I \-
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REFINISHED u ed mo. MrH. Rosa C. ('" ro .t
PmP t.> A Card J .I>. Seymour, Water & ll>th ;
tit.
'Starke
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INGS( :\TTRES9 CO. !'

:t30 Palatka, Fla. I,I WA.VTKI1:<: TO, any m-Y condition feed 1 elfrtrifrlBerator Write,' s i t .V.

Frank'H Hervlre Shnp. 110 K Mar
ket Ht., or phone :::S77S names.villa. i
FOR SALE _. lip

.. FOR SAf.K1918: : Ford VClean,
"'It..f1F.r'ROO\t N : r..lden"e, nnnd condition flood tlr.... (435.
tlt/u.ke./ lust corn- AfethodlHt Parsonage, l iwtev. Ito ; l
'Tata an:d1 Concreteeh'Block '
lP"t? J FOR RKVT:< Furnished 2-rnom ca- 1
ono! i.pr.lce In.. town bin.,. 11 and 15. With Improvement I ,!
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al.
2'6"zPt", .*, |7 weekly. PlnehitrM Tour.
""ME': .' ,let Court Palntka. Road 100, Tel on I

'1.40wa-u"0")O.1'10..m.nt.'-.Il .Pipe Mortar tlau.:: Stepping Block Mix, 17 Ring TO 1-1.PURCHASE! : Welllocated UpWA.NTKH I ,A Home That Is ALL YoursI

"k hauling Fill lake front lot on King.. quality drycleaning i
dirt for ley Lake for' raxh. Or J. A. I.. I I ?
:.on > Clerc, 1040 Taylor St. OalneMvllle l
.k" """ limits of Phone l45AH. If

'1:0 1 'VP per ground of mn.building. UOO con-up. FOR acne SAI.R rnnll"' r AT, BAROAIN 1 coal range.kero-- I For This Amazing Price frf J; dr r

: I". II ,8""nl..d. Slad Oa. ('..., two doors fromrailroad ]
F.it
< Pipe. F.
t) 1'1. truck on Call St. tf 4
,.d, per yard In Breeze through the end-of-the-sum- I H.f. i I. .... of the .red .. it itJ
'"! Mnl SPECIFICATIONS Of "T H I
,. .r Vh.nl| drive FARM FOR SAW: 4$ a'rea. 2J OTHER MODELS t'e
"I "" winch. dump In cultivation; good dark soil, mer weather with the assurance that tionol of tho now "Homti in A CHALLENGER" This homo con.toinf ji *
..''RD :'(.n,0 co. will crow' anythlnii Variety of I you're always chic, always fresh always Hurry" now on 4i.I., .t Cam* 12 double h...f window TO CHOOSE. FROM cue '
F.4...,.. ... fruits and pecans, enouvh for II.adiee. .. ,. f InTk.
Pk HI. Uood for. dainty. Our modern cleaning end ono do. Wolli ore of drop The 5'0,4"O oc'
Mineral family line.deposit range on land .tock'i, is the safe Ctiollonaor" I h fobrlcotod. .Idl... o,,llod. .".1'' A/i-isck ,In.vlotloii 20 ft 33 ... $295.00 a'reu cte. ps, sr:. r I 4
I. '-room dwelling and other technique dependable way from SILfCTID ..".......t oiid moudtod. on 24l "Tho lea""_ ;
YJH'R.TIMBER hiilldlncK. 10o0-Ib. work. mare Will; and ell that not only insures that cool 'fash knildiiif. ..11t t. riftld' ....."..... .wd I II lncho on ce...... Hoof 25 ft s 20 ft $495.00 l I '
t all rea.farmingImplement"onably. Term or canh. J. H. ion right look but also prolongs the This ......1.l.. homo con .. mo"- .10..1... l I. of l-inch TAG oo- "The S.....ri..s"w ,
Cah Prices, Paid Austin Lawtey. i.-a. 2tp life of.eur appareL Always crate od INTACT te HMO* ......... InUrido ,M.d) o. 2.* ........ Floor' U of 1S fe 21 ft $.'5.00 arri7 : ,
,. or con boMi a>e.4 b .MaIt T" o.o. 2.1 |. .... Th.OPtN 6..",.."w_ I ,A 1
.L nn.l ARE TOUR FfcOWKRS: raReta- here for dry cleaning of perfection. prfobr<<...d MCtton* f* ..., locoNo 2"
BULK f. 10 h
fruit ri"
bleu, grasses, field crop .. T.k..L.ar. t* Com* w $915.00
OR IX U IT and nh..d* tree growing a. theyshould l M tho world! If yes east Undlno. ., ..sa.. this sad tho "TI DIsl.'L -- NITCMS t ,
? Send l your soil nampleiito move ,latest we win a.fMllo .... ....., .'.......14 "Homoi in AHurry' .zS" s JJ h $1015.00 klviwa I.... 02.J.coo. 41-5'aiJ. i I 4
D a1N un to be analyzed for acidity.Nitrate wall !I. eoiy-ro-oroct (oct..... "Tk !
P.O. W. PECK Quirk*. Phosphorus ervlce.., Two and dollar Potasslum. PHONE 135 ..4_. ... roof ... floor to I I... which oro now .. display.. ." TaA.wls/-25 ft a 35 ft $1095.00 ( i I!
r., P.o 463 per cample. Atklna Agricultural ROOT. he ood ...4 floe. "k.sN N s. Tfco. ,...."."_ isift.
'aines\'iIIe, Fla. Agency, 4911 Wet Wlnona St., 315 c.... 25 .. > 4, ft SJ7IJ.OO I I l

"' Chicago. Ill "P MONDAY THRU SATURDAY t .... to 5 .... OPEN SUNDAYS 10 ..a.. te S .... SUCGISTIO LOOM PLAN f
;ut a postcard and I FOR SALE: 2A-/n. Plnehur noy-a blcycl.Al fir"-.. GREEN, 9 Temple I r l

_come see you.aelle rery o, porch Palatka Kllder.Road 100. T.L17 a IHI'M, r
Ring 11. Ul> Owner Are. CAMP WRECKING: i

':" rite a II 11II..t WBulldozing.dump strucking.lnfill, L i i1iLia 1IrItijj I III
' n. tor yourb/lnsorane. p
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A and. stump pulllnaradln : P O BOX 569, STARKE. FLA PHONE ,
h. P)105.)aln""R"&. Jr.. all kind* Rea_onable 105.a1Cml.l.I)JHarton STARKE, FLA. I
154. 1e f Rt... 100. hoe ] tl II
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r W. Browning of Daytona Beach Because of their relative low- "on "--
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;\ ..'-: Retired Railroad Men Congratulated i Pecan Growers City Extending hoping to have the work completed -' ness, both of these sections require -I made It these' two 8eClloll4lf!
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'''' J by the last of this month. t the construction of a lift i be tIIat the

'" .. ''i'J': t'-I I Asked To Sewer Lines 'I i The parts of town to be served station to get sewage Into the I these extended to Ave: i
ReportPecan property
1 t: ,,:.., i by the new extensions' are the main lines. I \vners\ ,'
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'''f\ | Pinehurst Subdivision, northeast City Clerk Carl Johns stated _
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'J :!t auction sales will beheld Work on a 23052.00 project ,- of the L.. A. Davis home, yesterday that the new sewer total "d f *"
': 1'" t at the State Farmers :Market to extent sewer lines to two !' and the area around the north lines will be paid for out of the members ,lf ,i : pt\
here this beginningibout Route 200, Including 1 city's cash reserve "It will exhaust Corps \S\'Y *
'..i .' reason parts of town that have/ never' city limits on and <'?? ,.
'.', i" ., '- 4s the middle or the last ol had this! service before la well' National Plastics and our reserve fund, but the i warded the (.1 'Uara ''t\!

',t' ..:.;E';,! ______ October manager R.nnnounrert B. Alvarez yesterday.Mr. market. under way with contractor D. other buildings. large amount of new construe- I of Honor, resfIlOr.al1(

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Alvarez has been unable to -- --
I nake any estimate of the volume --
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J,1 I, >f nuts here this fall and would
Ike for growers to contact him lfottest
nreal
1 it once and let him know whato I'rI'f
;,. : expert. Production appears to 'n Yearn!
I 'tie spotty, he said, with some
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Maxwell House
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i" proves bearing well, and others Dixie
,' \ lot. Some trees seem to have lots
;< '! '>f nuts on the lower limbs, but .c

<, few, If any in the top, he said.
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\, Phis "apottincss" has made it COFFEE Dariing
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difficult to estimate the crop. :
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.: : '! At any rate- -it will be considerably Family
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",iJ'1' better than last! season's, .
which was the poorest on record.
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There weren't enough nuts produced POUND
,: '\ "f'1'I 1 In this area last year to C Style
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I.. { 'r'' z hold a single auction sale 51
i( : t' ': Mr. Alvarez would; also like CAN

'} Seaboard,. shown for grower. to let him know Bread
of the are
'l, residents\ of Starke aid former employees
V ,; i tr ,I,! Six retired railroad men following his what they intend to do about : ; g-
Legh R.Powell, Jr., president of the company
; above receiving congratulations from Is cabbage as he already had Inquiries -; fl
:., 3, I: address at the Rotary Club meeting here last week. Shaking hands with the company president from a buyer interestedIn
;v T. J. Griffin, who served 53 year with the railroad, most of that time as station :agent In Starke getting cabbage this winter.It Loaf 10c
i" y; "t Others In the picture are Fred Carlton, on Mr. Griffin's right; second row left to right: A. F. Sauls, will be time to plant cabbagenext

f..I.. L. S. Hutto O. L. Beasl y< and P. I* Bridges. The fact that so many retired railroad men live in month, and It's time now to
1I"" .."t"L Starke speaks well for the pleasant living conditions here Mr. Powell stated. begin preparing the land, Mr. I Manrold Colored l? ,. &r.r N r.,, s
; '';'. r --- -- Alvarez said. It seems' that plants. ,
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}. . will be available at a cheaper
Red Alvarez. They have Joinedour Casey On Cruise OLEO Lb 41
than last the
"" 1------ Sunday school at Long price year's manager -
', ::: ,\, stated. V
:'" I". t h River Bridge. David Beryl Casey, seaman apprentice T'S
'f' Mr. Fonle Crews was vlslflng USN, of Route 2, Starke, Although strawberry acreage Ballard Kraft Elkhorn Daisy
\'l: y. AND LONG BRIDGE his cousin Mrs. Jessie Lee La- Is among crew members of the Is expected to exceed last sea
>1 :;;',, tit! By Mri. E. A. tapp zenby in Gainesville, Monday.Mrs. heavy cruiser USS Macon to be son's by a considerable margin, Biscuits 2 Pw9, 27c Cheese Lb 51c
\ F commended for his part In beinga Mr. Alvarez stated that growers!'
--'t! f.l t f. I Belling Johns of Lake Southern Gold OleoRediMixt
\l:(, \t, > ;4\; The ladles of Long Bridge and: City spent a few days, with hf'rgrandparl'ntlt "goodwill ambassador" aboard have been handicapped by the Quantity Right Reserved
<\' iIV Mr. and Mrs John this summer. dry weather that preceeded recent Qtrs, Lb 47c Solid, Lb 45c
; ; Prices Good Thru
honored Mrs. Saturday
-tJ: New River Church Snowden last week. The Macon has returned to the rains. This dry spell is said September 25
:\::..: Fred Dodd with a lovely shower to: have ruined half the crop of
Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Sapp U. S. after completing the Midshipmen's -
at the Church last Friday night. first' runners, forcing growers into -
Beech Nut
:b' r small Kay, were Eur- U.
and daughter. Practice Cruise to S. Gov't. Graded BABY BEEFSirloin
with market where they are
',1 Several games were played open
4,/;. of Mr. and Mrs.
dinner
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guests
; and Mrs. and Cuba. Most of the ship'spersonnel asked to $7 and
\ 'f Mrs. Beulah Mae Moody ope pay up per
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1 E. A. Sapp, Sunday.Mrs. .
rrv: Cleo Andrews winning prizes. will be granted leave thousand for plants, the manager CoffeeLb
roil". J\\ Refreshments were served by Mrs. J. L. Lavender of Gainesville this month, giving them an opportunity said. Many Bradford growers SSc
: Jt :I i y';' R. J. Turner, Mrs. A. P. Moore was visiting her son, James, to take home stories cannot' afford to pay these high S'ea k Lb 79!
+, ::1 l and Mrs. G. E. Crews. Mrs Dodd last Friday. prices, and consequently acreage
:'f I { received many beautiful and use Mrs. John Snowden was calledto and souvenirs of places visited here will be curtailed for this K-P Luncheon
f it; 4'' ful gifts. Among those who lived the bedside of her during the 10,000 mile trip. reason, Alvarez explained. Meat
1 +. out of the community that attended Lewis Manning of Waul' brother'l Rib Steak
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; .'.kl\ were Mrs. Smedley of Lake Is very sick. gave the message of the night. j I Freeze VictimReturns
,,:, 'j; [; Butler, Mrs J. L. Lavender of i Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shiver, Those who attended were Mr. 12-oz Can 49
1 t f. Gainesville, Mrs. Wesley Andrews ,Mrs. Nan Merritt and J. L. U-v-i To Starke
and Mrs. S. L. Crews and daughter -
''f i} and Mrs. Smith Denmark of ender, Jr. were In Gainesville c
Jennie, Mrs. Fronle :Moody, After 57 ..YearsNever Sweetheart T Bone Steak
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.e. ,I\.t ,I' Starke and Mrs Rosa Plnholster Monday visiting relatives.A Lb
.." \: of Brooker. Rev. and Mrs. Ike Foster and I Soap
f\j:1' large crowd of Long Bridge' underestimate the powerof
i. Mrs. Seeber Moody was a business Mr. and Mrs./ Albert Moody, :Mr.
folks attended Church at Johns 1 I Florida sand, once it gets Inside -
;1)f tm't r{'+ visitor to Gainesville last town, Sunday night to hear the I and Mrs Joe Moody, and daughter the shoes! Reg 9c Rib

,:i Thursday. Missionaries from Japan speak. : Margie, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Noble K. Williams of Marshall, Roast 6ge
):_ f.. We welcome little Nita and Rev. Olson Hodges. Hev. Foster Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Sapp Ark., who spent two months here Octagon Laundry
Travis Alvarez of Oak who talk how and Leslie Mrs. Beiilah
Live ,gave an Interesting on Sapp ,
37 la back In Starketo
years ago
'l''r 1"' L have come to live with their the people lived, and some of the Mae Moody and Miss Jerry Mer spend the winter. Just got a Soap Brisket Stew Lb 39c Hamburger Lb 59C

"''t. [" uncle ,and aunt, Mr. and lodges I ritt. hankering to see what the old

\\t<.':h, 'J! 1--00-t ----- NrNMNlNN-NI'---NNNNN ,N town looked like after he left It Giant 8cGrade
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A Dressed &
one day in 1891-$8,000 poorer Drawn Quick Frozen Half or While

m; ,.FOR A LIMITED, TIME ONLY his then native when wouldn't Kentucky.You he arrived think. here that from Mr. Savo I FRYERS Lb 69cl | PORK HAMS Lb 59cPicnics


... BleachQuart
Williams would be so eager to
4 return to the scene of his finan-

a I cial fiasco, so many years ago. 11 Gk ,.
rFREEOIL But he doesn't blame the town '
for that The people were nice .
Uncle Ben'sRice
to him during his brief stay 57
t -even though there
years ago
Jack 5
to 7
were only about 250 men women
and children In the entire city. Spratt Pound Lb 59C

t & : BY ACTING NOW i It, seems Bob Martin that ,:Mr.ran WUIIIm'Iuncle a hotel Lb 23 Brand! AverageNabisco's""..... ,," .

here back In those early days,
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YOU CAN ACTUALLY SAVE and come persuaded down and his"Invest"nephew with Two to Ritz8oz Morrell Yorkshire Sliced Bacon' Lb --59c

> him In orange groves.
17Niblets
months after Mr. Williams-then
Ocean
Shrimp Lb 39c Mullet 29c
$ a youth of 10---arrived here and Large Lb
put his money in Florida oranges,
2 500 along came the famous "big
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t 1" UP TO 't" freeze" that wiped out grovesIn i' ':

i I{ '.II f./I North Florida. ," Tetley T i d e- l9.-c
-I "Noble, I've got you In bad 2 12-oz Cans35c
his Uncle Bob said remorsefully 29
rt'A Mr. Williams returned to Arkansas ... Orange Pekoe Large Box

SEE TODAY and went back to his first ........ ... .
YODRIRORCE love, railroading. He is now 76 ....... .'..16r,...h;r-(' ... ... ---

years old and retired, but duringhis S T E A Fancy Florida

total active of 21 years different he worked railroads.Mr. fora pry f6i-: Juice GrapefruitJuice


t, 'r.fir KEEP YOUR ...- .. California. Williams and spent one one in winterIn Hot .., 3 Lb Can 97c Yz.Lb 61 c Honest George Apple

Springs!', Ark., but this year he 6" 4KC
Juice '
to backto Qt 10c
HOME got a hankering come
: i Starke-the scene of his un- -
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\ happy financial venture of so GE Light

WARM many years ago. He has an
apartment with Mrs. E. J. Dow-

ling on Christian Street and Is APPLESYorks
very comfortably located he says.
HEALTHFUL
.\ Mr. Williams doesn't know 15-24 tiq

anyone here now and remembers 460 Ea 3CBULBS ,
few of the old names whenhe
sr !' ; t COMFORTABLE rAT was here before-"there was Watt.h. t

a Dr. McCloud .who was a den- For Cooking

LOW I tilt .and Mr. Witkovaki who had C '
'u17 ,
al> store. .and that's about all I t
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remember," he muses. At any Karh::
', COST aeS rate, he's planning to enjoy the 3 29
winter here and would like to Lbs
National Dog Week
L EASY TERMS AVAILABLE ON HEATERS meet some of the old-timers who
;t t .. might refresh his memory on YELLOW Z T

''? n Come In today and Investigate our Getting the jump ahead of "Ole other of names the Big of Freeze.that long ago CALO .
} year C
"# FREE FUEL OIL PLAN-A 'plan Man Winter" consult our seating specialist .
+'ls i TODAY! Be ready at the first .. Dog Food
"''i' 1 you can't afford to miss A plan of No 1 Can 13'KenLRation UnIOnSLbs j3
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that to
cool blustery days are sure 6CARPENTER'S
savings-A plan of preparedness. A
come. IDAHO
+ 4t plan that mllith'I'lv! means SEE YOUR NORCE(; DEALER J i Dog RUSSET

FKEE( :: FUEL OIL -wwj Food Not 1 14C C



: LET US INSPECT YOUR HOME s F"od"No;; l 14 cFrtskitf PotatoesS 1


t $ AND ADVISE YOU ON ADEQUATE Dog

ll a HEATERS'FREE. 'WE PREFER TO IMeal/2 Lbs ,30c '

WOW Horse Meat Dog
INSTALL OUR HEATERS TO GIVE CabbageC
'Io Food Nol 18c

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Phone 64 STARKE c! o'? GRAPES Canadian
STREET STARKE, FLA. New .. r..rvre 2 Lbs 25c RUTABAGAS Lb *
On-llhe-JIIlniI! Service ; WESSON OIL 8c
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA I

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St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. Baptist ChurchAnnual Presbyterian ChurchJohn Joyed a treat last Saturday night, I and children enjoyed last weekend I
I ; when it went over to Lake But- visiting Mr. Brannen'a sister, : :
ijircbNews B.E. Simmons, BD., Vicar Promotion Day will be Warren Kaufman, Minister State Farm ler and met with the Y. F. C. I Miss Jessie Mae Brannen In Bar at. 9F .

Sunday, Sept. 26 observed Sunday at the First Morning Worship 11:00: o'clock there. A very Interesting program tow. ,They were accompaniedhome ;
19:00( : a.m. Church School Baptist Starke In the Sunday The Sermon theme is "The Great By Mrs. Bryan'hltrll'l"! was carried out. and It I Is by Mr and Mrs. Jessie I

list Church Nursery and Kindergarten- School and Training Unions. Certificates est Thing In the World" and the . . hoped the young people of Lake Brannen who had spent the week ; ALL, KINDS
Primary In the Service Center. will: be Butler will soon return the visit. with their daughter. FISH DAILY i
and Rally Day will presented to alii I Text Is St. John 3:16.: Community Club MeetingThe FRESH
iuon Junior-Intermediate in the promoted from one departmentto Sunday School at 9:45 a. m Community Club resumedIts Mr. and Mrs. John H. Parker Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wigginsand -
,ed Sunday! Morning at I Church. another, and Bibles will be Bring others with you to school meetings with the first Fall have had the following relatives .Mrs. Ida Maxwell of Jacksonville SHRIMP & OYSTERSIN
'iodlst Church with the 11:00: a.m. Morning Prayer and given to those being graduatedfrom The organized Bible Class will meeting being held Tuesday afternoon visiting them: Mrs. Martha Freeman spent Sunday here, visiting SEASON 1 '
fbeflnmng! promptly atJit sermon by the Rev. S.W. Creasey. the Primary to Junior De meet this Friday at the .lake of last week. Late sum of Alabama, Mrs. Opal their relatives and frlenda. I
of the Sunday The Church Is open dally for partment.In home of Mrs. Mitchell. This class ; mer flowers were beautifully arranged Smith Detroit Mich. Mrs. Lola Emory L. Brown has resumed all
l members prayer and meditation. Lane and children, and Onard his studios at the University of We guarantee I If
in the Club Rooms and red
Invites and to
men women join
keeping with the
the I
others are re- day fresh
ff, well a* Florida, Gainesville. We sell to be .
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: Parker, of Homestead.J.
Pastor will bring at In the study of the Bible each zinnias on the President's table '
a
at this message Johnnie Allen II'
and Mrs.
CONGREGATIONAl. Mr.
[ to be Present the 11 o'clock hour, especially Sunday at ten o'clock. Mr. C.M. were of outstanding beauty. The C. Dennison and family who -
i METHODIST Johnson of Jack-
After the program par. CHCRCH for the youth of the church, Tumey Is our teacher. Club president, Mrs. J. A. Bou- have resided here for the past and Miss June
visited their
the various Churchfcroups. Services every Saturday night "Walking With God". The choir, Prayer: "O Thou who art the vler directed the business session' six months left Saturday fgr sonville, Mr.recently and Mrs Dan Johnson MAGNOLIAFISH
the Pastor will Sunday morning and Sunday night, under the direction of Mrs. Ethel Light of the minds that know which was opened with an Impressive their former home in Winter parents. MARKETUnder
on "What 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., at Congregational Biggs will supply special! music Thee, the Life of the souls that ritual. Following committee Haven.
Johns has
I brief message I Mrs. Thornton returned -
Methodist Church and Mrs Mona love Thee, and ,the Strength of reports Informal chattingwas
"" the special Ral- on Canova will be Rex E. Brookins, who recently I to her home and Is recuperating New Ownership
inanity Brownlee Road. Rev. J. W. Grlf- at the Hammond.The the wills that serve Thee: Helpus enjoyed. Mra. J. C. Wallace enlisted in the Army, Is now receiving '
I will go to the Its Pastor and Mrs. Whttfleld were after a tonsllectomy LACY SILCOX
offering hour to know Thee that we may Bryan his basic training at Ft.
evening will begin at performed last week at Shady-
Youth Camp truly love Thee so to love Thee hostesses and served sandwichesand
Jackson S. C.
Conference 7:30: o'clock, one half hour earlier .crest Hospital, Starke. y
burg. I At The Tabernacle"You than during the summer months. that we may fully serve Thee, cookies with coca colas durIng Mrs. T. J. Perry has returned
. . Through Jesus Christour the social hour.
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}, g o'clock hour Sunday Training Unions will meet at home after a visit with her bro- uu
e have no enemies, Lord. AmenChristian .
you sny' 6:15.: : During the Happy Hour 'Club SUPPLIES ;
will Meeting BUILDERS
Ritch again Bridge STARKE
Jim Alas! friend I
my your boast is chula. ""I
Mrs. Morse
will be at the piano Mrs. H. J. Kucera entertainedthe
I,IR a varied Song- Service.tor second. poor and Mrs. Mann at the organ for Church State Farm Bridge Club at Mr. and Mrs. Archie G. Elland A Complete Line of Builders Supplies .
the
deliver who
He has
will mingled In the fray the period of request hymns and dessert-bridge last Wednesday and Fredrick Watterson have Phone 45 Across' From S.A.L. Depot ,- DeUverjrervlc* I
what I
'rat of messages on Of hardships, that life must .
endure choruses by the Regular services each Sunday
congregation.The afternoon at her home. Mixed
The subject will bee been recent visitors to Ft. Myers.
\e message by the Pastor will as follows: ( ;
flowers added color and i
Father Almighty". The Must have made enemies If you be "A Sermon Preached From Sunday school . .10:00: a.m. charm summer to the rooms used for the A. G. Pope Is spending this Sherwin-Williams Paints Fairbanks-Morse ; bt
hit l be the first words of have none, Hell", Morning Worship .11:00: a.m. Prize winners on this week in Macon, On. visiting relatives Paint Your House Home Water Systems '., pl I
occasion -
e, 'in the beginning God". Small Is the work that you have Midweek Evening Worship .7:30: p.m.Wednesday party. follows In and attending to business. And Pay by The Month I Terms If Desired r-: tr4 I
service will b* Wednesday I were as !: contract
tan will present some of done, eveningprayer I Mrs. J. W. Home, J. W. Jr.,
inning: ? of the Methodistin You've never turned wrong Into at 7:30: with message by meeting and Bible study. for high score Mrs M. E.I+ Billy and Miss Betty Home, with '<
Starke. This ought to right the Pastor and testimonies by The public Is Invited to attendall Griner received A dresser the Robert Barksdales of Starke, METAL & COMPOSITION ROOFING .
interesting Service. Come You've been}, a coward in the those participating.The services. All visitors are wel and for second high score Mrs enjoyed a lovely trip to West Thlrk-Butt Asphalt Shingles (Green 61 Blue) Building Hardware = i

I with us. fight." I Religious Picture to be come. The pastor, John B. Dlx- J.ornamental C. Wallace was and awarded In an Florida last Sunday. Visiting In Hardware Cloth Common and Finish Nails Asbestos
plate bingo
shown Tuesday night at 7:30: on. has returned from his vacation Tallahassee and Capltola. Miss Siding Cement Mortar Mix
-------- --------o Mrs. L. F. Chapman won a tea
o'clock will be the first of five and is ready to deliver what Betty Horne Is spending this
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE ever Gospel message the Lord towel week at the camp on Silver Lake, t
pictures from the series "The
'In the Annual Planning Retreat I All Kinds : i ii
v v v M Mm ii B M Bn aHMnwanaaIn may direct. Won't you come and Qiit-itnor Party LUMBER All Grades MOLDING ', j
Life of Paul"
1 and ;will be "The
The Heart of Town And In The Hearts t be drawn closer to your maker Patsy Knrera continued the of the Baptist Student Union of !
or The People"A Conversion of Paul". These pictures and master, by the message he social activities of the younger the F-S.U.: Next week, she will

are produced in Englandand has for you through his servant. group\ of boys and girls\ with a re-enter the University at Tal- BRONZE SCREEN .WINDOWS &: DOORS
are considered very fine In The regular monthly Fellowship narty at the home of her parents. lahassee for her Sophomore year,
Southern Baptist" Church For All People detail and acting. A cordial Invitation supper will be' held Thursday Dr. and Mrs. Kucera. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Morrow 1
is extended to all to night Sept. 30' at the Christian evening. Games and contests were I and daughter, Carolyn and Mrs. ,

Sunday School 9:45< Training Union 6:13 make these hours of worship Church, everyone Is Invited to centered around a bon-flre. Refreshments Daisy Williams of Holly Hill, I !
yours, and to visit the church attend and enjoy a Fellowship consisted of sandwichPS !I were visiting frlenda here Satur
Horning Worship' Evening Hour 7:30: with the visiting Pastor each with the fine people of Bradford and cookies with coca colas. day.Mr. ANNOUNCING OPENING !
11:00: Wed Mid-Week Service 7:30 week. County. I I and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen
I Children's hour every Friday Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmle Bradley I
I PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS afternoon at 3:30.: of Starke spent the weekend with (
Morning Mexsa r: "Walking With God."
CHURCH10th Mr. and Mrs J. M. Bradley.Mr. .
E\enlnlf Meswage-t A'''Sornion Preached From Hell" St. and Temple Ave. and Mrs. C. J. Johns and P01.1 Due to Feed Shortage and many q I II
New River A.s'n.To
thf'lrlOnll, Claude, Jr. and Kenneth I
Sunday School 9:45: : a. m.; Morning I I'I
Picture' 7:30 :
llgloiw Tuesday (first In a aerie from the Worship 11 a, m. Evangelistic Meet Oct. 6 7 moved Monday to the Bland. 1
;
from old customers
,
life of Paul) entitled "Convention of Paul" Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone Ing division of the Farm and are requests our 'I 1I

welcome. Members of the New River at home there to their frlendi. }1.

"\18It The Church With The Vlxltlng Pastor" Association W. M. U. held. theft' Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Bmivler ...... we will open our Curing Plant I II
---------------------,. Of Christ annual meeting/ Brooker, Sep visited Mr. and Mrs?Cecil MrRne _.. I
Church tember 11. Mrs. E. D. Teniy, In McIntosh from Saturday until I: r
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ome In And See Our Line of New--- Bible Church School Service 10 11 am.a,m. Sunday Sunday meeting president,which was In was charge attended of the by I Ill''cntytwo Cecil Mnndav.Sewell spent! Saturday =- OCTOBER 1st .. t:

from and Sunday 'vlth his A.
/ representatives parents.Mr. I ,
Evening Service 7:45: p.m. Sun
seven of the eight societies in nnd Mrs. G. F. Sewell In
BICYCLES dayBible the Association. Pastors of the Marianna. i It? ,',
is I
Study e'eryVednes I II
churches also attended. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Griner 1)I)
day at 7:43: : .
Apes Pearl Todd, Missionary to "ere cupper guests! of Mr. and I
Now on display at store I
our
e China, and Miss Jasephlne Jones Mrs. Sam Cahoon In Jacksonville Special Reduced Price:
TERMS TO SUIT State Executive Secretary, Snturdav. t ,

AUTOMOBILE: brought challenging messages. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen
ALSO USED BICYCLES AND LIABILITY INSURANCE Miss Jones lead In a special ded- visited Mr and Mr. Lyon Crosby v 2c Per Pound 'j;

1:,.. BICYCLE REPAIRS Although not compulsony It I I..* icatory prayer for the officers In Greensboro last weekend f
much wafer to carry Liability for the ensuing year. During the past week Grnc" In of
/ ln1LBU Insurance.: I represent only old Crews of Lawtev visited Mr. and case Id I
wM' line reliable stock companies.Your !I CARD OF THANKSWe Mrs E. F. Redding.Dr. .
wish to thank our many J. D. Swift. Jr. of Jack- Accident Your
OUTBOARD MOTOR business" will be appreci po
ated. friends and relatives who: were onvllle was the luncheon /gups Either Sugar Cure Or Plain Salt Cure i;

-- 129 W. Call Street so kind and helpful during the of Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Kucera Lest friend I i j
recent Illness and death of my last Thursday. an .. Same Competent.Operators.We.Have l''
BIGGS BAKER Opposite Bradford Co. Telegr.phPhone mother, Mrs. Carrie Starling. We Weekend visitors of Mr. and I ,.

|lrw. Call St. Starke Fla. 134 also wish to express our appre Mrs J. R. Parker Jr. were Mr. Accident Policy Had For The Past Four Years. : I'''
N. D. Wainwright. Jr. clatlon for'the beautiful flowers and Mrs. J. R. Parker, Sr. of I''t

------- -.- ,------ -.- --00 -Brownie Bennett and family Tampa: and Mr., and Mrs. Newt
Charley E. Johns
Wiseman of Lake Wales.

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Putman, Jr. I AgencyPhone ilf


See Our Attractive Display Of Pottery Vases, Hospital Containers, Baskets been of Bryan Birmingham visitors WhltfiHd of this Alabama Mr.past and week.have Mrs. IS HTAKKE VIA Starke Ice Co. ;

Mrs R. P. Stubblns, Sr. of Tal-

Baby Novelties Planted Pottery & Dish Gardens $1.00 And Up?! aha<))9ce was the luncheon guest ; !,: ,
.
n' Mr And MM. R P. MoLendon tcprmntlng THE;TRAVELERS, Hartford
of last week. Mrs. I : "
Thursday "', '
... ,
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Stubbing .who formerly lived herewith -r.1.
Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubblns, I .
was visiting them In their Starke .. ,'
I, tome.. I 't

Mr. and Mrs. .1. I.. Williams II

had Mrs. Senie Pinder and Miss I I' j
Louise Tucker of Bradenton as

Monday their guests from Friday until j{:: Pay tLfite/c clay, tn&ta and m&ta po&yile a/ce ttg/ceaina -


Pvzra; . . i 11 I ,

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HamptonBy The Durability. the Dependability a

:\1.... M. C. Sweeney .. ,..

w ,w MI
N :5i1Ir
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S 'f>r >' ibpr Klif Hnni: I I

City Elections were helil In the the Dollar.Value -
Community Hall!, on Tuesday,
Sept II. and the following! men ,
were elected for town offices: \
Douglas P. lI rdv. Mayor Ole '

Penrre! Marshall.. H. Maxwell j ALL ARE IN CHEVROLET! ;
Clerk. D W. Johnson vv. H 5
Griffin
and Frederick' L \\'atterlion. -
Councilmen
t. --- i ::11

The Hampton Parent-Teachers Yes Chevrolet alone gives the BigCar Quality 1'. 1
Association held a special meetIng \ a
In the School Auditorium and Big-Car Value that have caused more people to' '\I
Wednesday afternoon Sept, 1
15th and elected officers for buy Chevrolets than any other carl! Chevrolet alone

the 1948-49 Term of school. Of 1
gives the. Big-Car Advantages at lowest
flclers Installed at this time were cost I.Afo I.

F"or Mrs. Dorothy Williams President, 9 I II
FLOWERS All OCCASIONS Mrs. Hazel Thomas. Vice President I ,

Mrs. Doris Hardy, Secretary
and Mrs. Gertrude Slade, T 1

COMPLETE ..w' Treasurer. Various committeeswere -
also assigned.The .
FUNERAL DESIGNS ASSORTMENT CORSAGES Woman's Missionary UnIon \.

held Its September meeting .
,
OF CUT FLOWERS with Mrs. K. B. Watterson on .

Thursday afternoon of last week, M.VaIM.. "

and the following ladles assumed ** ?!ales. in Performance MeJoN /.& MeJoN V"- 'r

LARGE VOLUME LOW PRICES ". 'I. office President of :the Mrs.society..J.V.for. a Home year:, in Riding Luxury 1 Economy I inA11-roundSafety'I in Tasteful Beauty

,} Vice President Mrs Florrie Belle Your own tests will prove Chevrolet's valve-in-head Chevrolet's Unitized f U smooth /
I Brown, Sec'y and Tres: Mrs. K. that Chevrolet has more "Worl.ri Champion" engines Knee-Action JUde plus over-all design '

Come By And See Our Beautiful New Shop B. Watterson. Refreshments of riding comfort because ofIts have delivered more Positive-Action Hydraulio by andlt.world-famoua8ody Fisher assure Chevro {
Body by Fisher and miles' to
,: sandwiches, pie and cold drinks more owners, Brake plue Fisher Uni- letofbeauty-leadenhipu'
,
.. improved Unitized Kneeth&n any other motor-car steel Body Construction Ii
served well
were fine
during the social aa "
A Flower To Each Visitor This MonthColonial hour.The Action Gliding Ride. oower plant built today I provide triple protection I and sturdy workmanship construction. t '

3-H Club, young peoples
organization, which had discontinued

Its meetings :-during the .
Summer, met at the Community V 1LgsI.. ::1)4

FloristDeWITT Hall on Monday night and was ; p; l..
re-organized. A number of older h ? f"1
citizens were on hand] to enjoy
"Opening Night." and plans are CHEVROLET-
C. JONESe'rN.rRT being made for the young folks Only CHEVROLET -IS FIRST! ys

activities during the fall and

winter. Chaperones were chosen,
A SCH.\UTT CHARLES SCHMITT and the weekly fun will be clean rand t ,,1

l.\'l.o\CEP.! wholesome, with plenty of FORODE CHEVROLETt
DESIGNER ADVISORY DESIGNER music and song, and old and new thtp1

parlor game I
The local Youth for Christ en- STARKE, FLA. ;




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P.or. 1I:1011T FRIDAt
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1t'I :' his house to the ard of Lawtey, and she and Mr. Mrs. Bertha Pearce will leave of 19.3 feet North of the Northwest. East cording to deed. recorded, In .
CARCLYN CALLSTREET and forth from corner of rid NIs:1o.i.: t of NWV of Bao- lying within 50 feet of the aurver Book 4)5.) Page S16 Bradford Dead correct
Bronke east of town, where Dye plan to live at the lake year the first of October for a two tlon 19 and run South 89 degrees. line of Stale Road 18. Section 2808 I ty Public Records, lying In Coun "n I 1Iomaln COpy otttsy
1, Continued from page 1.) place 'round when he retires from hla weeks' visit with her son-in-law 2H mlnut East 483.14 feet to the said survey line paaaea over and across of 8E-, of Section 36, Township NE'I I the 2Znd "ro..l ot....
<
:I he has started farming in a and daughter. Mr. and Mrs beginning of a curve concave to said landa aa follow: 7 South, Range 22 East lat8 In the day "lloh'
Ft. Lauder- ,
business at t'In
,1.1 fertilizer the Southeast having a total central Commence on the West line of the lying ca ., ,
( tother day wnen I looked up small way. Got my first glimpse dale. E. R. Smyth, In New Orleans. angle of 2H degrees 24 minutes FVu\ of SWV of KElt of Hi7tlon 86 tine of within Stat 60 Road feet II of Section the survey I ufpor("Iorlda.. 'Ub4I.I'I 8
: and radius of 2144.79 2808
a feetthencecontinue .t
l to nee of the lovely new John I I uu'hwe.ttcorner. feet North of the a* shown on the sketch from al rk...
I.r.ndllll. .
;, I from a Coke in .Canova's recently alone arc of said curve ... of the aaid. H'4 of tidal right of of. Case. .,
: Al Hartman failing down Walnut B. Dye house on Klngsley. I Ruth Moe...., the ever-reliable [ Mrs. Kelly Thompson and son, 8111.65 feet to Kant lln. of Bald 8WVt of NEte of Section. SS and Koad attached hereto way map and for made said on file In Ihl.'t tI/I ..
of of "Section 28
NKV4 NWt4
: i at
a a
I
:4. Hear It boasts four bathroomsand worker for P-TA Woman's Club, Jackie Sigler, of Rlttman Ohio, 104 feet run South 68 decrees. 06 minutes part of this Cause; containing 0.13 '
Street In the driver's seat of a I east saldtNEMthof YYW East 228.77 feet to the beginning acre more or loss. :
:'; the walls are panelled with arrived Monday and are spending corn.r of v4 !
1, ARC, and church is broadening of a curve concave Northeasterly Is owned by Georgia mmM,
'" red shiny new Farmall week here after their of Section' :28! ; containing 0.89 acremore having central angla of 21 degrees Industrial ""
4:;'" J bright Oregon pine. .Have even heard her Interests by opening a tourist a looking or I.... 62 a minutes and a radius of- Realty Company a foreign ooipora-

d. "' tractor!. .A little quiet investigation I rumors that 'twill be equipped court three miles south on the property and visiting relatives. Is owned by Doriey Fote. 191003 feet: thence continue along lion.You, and each of "KAL l ..,
you. are
: but I have'nt ivlr. and Mrs. Thompson plan to Parcel No. Mfr!) No. II said curve 27.27 feet to the South hereby :1|
J' ; disclosed that It wasn't >I with an elevator Gainenvtlle highway She and here In Decem night of Way line of said K>n of S'of Nfci, :Circuit commanded Court to In be and and appear for In the r" ). WrV4' .{:
Ali'I confirmed that aa yet .Mrs. Dye move permanently Bradford
I! a hallucination really was Mr. Morse have made a moat attractive That part of: of Section 36 at a point 237.4 feet 'C'funty Florida, at the office

( who rides his new tractor back Is the former Susie Belle Blanch.ANN'S spot out there AI- ber. They o-vn a farm on th* ..East.... .w. .6Y..1(1 n'feet.. ..h".WL.of. .'.West n'. ...680....."n 4 feetknown .Oq to the Southwest corner of said EH Clerk of said Court, In the )City of the of !\ -
"I, I Brooker road. of SW. of :NEV. of Section S3; "Starke, Bradford County In \iOTttf;
,\, ._ 1 ways did love picket rencE'''. anuthey 'an Lot 4'Sitbdlvlnlou" of oontalnlntr 069 acre, more or less. on or before the 24th' Florida, l ed the Nc ore '
I :I .Nly of NKVi' of NWt of Section Is owned by William H. Hehl..r.Parcel ber A. D. IU4R. show day of .Octo. on ,Oagp.>.. 9A trll.r. ..
havp one that l IN a beauty 1 ,' 10 what .I.U.title. nA"'
% TIIK
4 IH('I ( 01 HT Of Tilt: ,
21! TowlI.hlp T South, Kanga. 22 No. 6 SRD: :No. 34 interest -- : '
BAKERYCWRT
>. Surely will miss Hope Haynes Ku.iirti: Ji i)i41 ti.. 4in4ii.mi East Hlght of Way of have ,In or lien you, or any;;
] you and to of
11)1'0111) i oi t rv Ki.oiimt. lying within 50 feet of the survey That any said
8TKKKT OPPOSITE C'OI'RTIIOfSK << (Mm. O. L.) when she goes to 1'f. 1 w" %<>. HS.V.I.imAUFOHD : lln" of State toad 18, Section 2KOS. East part 31 feet of: of tha North 620 feet above to show described parcels of land and mmR !
''' cause why the
'I' : :Madison soon to start keeping COUNTY: a political said survey line pluses over and of Section 30 Township 7 South not be taken same should !
e suudlvlnlon of the Mtut of Florida. peruse MR l, of SWIM of Section 20 Range 22 ,East, for the uses and purposes -
Jr.)
house for'Sonny (Othmn, set forth'In said
ItlllonrVII and NBVt of NWV- of Section: 29 a.. lying within 26 feet Right and 8 Petition to-
:
'USS.BRtAU: wit
.
: aa right of
aly"I ,
way
.- TIES t who is opening dental offices In follows: drainage
1i+ : M, feet Left of the centerline of the ditches
and borrow for
I that fair city May b.. trite, I CL.K.MON; :Defendant I ALEXANDER: et al C'nmmoiire on the Northerly extenBlnn ditch being on the South aide of of /Section:: 2808 pita of State a, portion w.
; hoed
I Ll I II of the Pest. line of the NBV, the aurvey line for Stilts Road 18, 18 from Hampton. c. T
to
''I ANISI IMSTRY but I can't refrain from saying :>IoTlrJo) : Theresa In
DOMTSJKI.LV I.VK.MI.VK.N'T of NWV of Section 29, a distance Section 2808 said ditch centerline Bradford County, Florida as located
., \ e that: "Stark':/'s loss Is MartlHon'g l: : DOMAIN' PKOOKBIHNOH of 19.,3 feet North if the Northwestcorner 'passes over. and across meld land surveyed and shown on sail 1I''DRTY
'
of laid of of aa follow :
) gain!" Hear that Jose and IX: "'11 t: NAM t: OK TIIKHTATK NKli N\VVt. maps or plat. herelnabove referred' T"O
\ : ROLL ROLlS OK KM'KII> Hnctlon 3t and run /Mouth 89 degrees Begin on the North line of Lot 1, to, or default may be entered NF.\\' TIJ
A "IIiTE
agalnnt -
)l Fall Amexaga of Spain and Cuba, Tn AT.I. 1yHU,1lT31.YC'UNCb"liN, 3D mlnuten East 48 .14 feet to be.ve Block 11 of Goulds Addition a distance you.WITNESS. ''TIO-O.\L RIRIIS)
;r:' ,rl who were on a three months'tour ANU TU: ginning of a cnrthaving. concave to theSoutheant of 6 feet West of the Northeast !: my hand a* Clerk of : : W. C, 1.
\ demon AlexanderAddress a central angleof corner of said Lot 1 and run the circuit Court In and for Brad PROGRESS t.
v of the States, had an unhappy t'nknown 29 degree.| 14 mlnutea. and a South 0 decree OJ minutes Went, ford County, ..Florida and the seal Rt\t
; vv' :.;4 Specializing In Wedding. Anniversary and layover at Shadycrest HOBpltal Mrs E. K. PittsChattahoocliee radiua of 2864 79 of feet laid: thence continue 182112 feat: thence run South 6 degrees of said Court this the 2.2nd: day of NEW MESIRER9.41b: '

: :' ,,41 J ." ,arty Cakes Orders )Placed Today Filled Tomorrow last week. Their new "nrlley FotMHampton. Georgia feet to along the :North-arc line of curve the NH n.oil of the Hunt 23 minutes line of Section East 67.28 30: feet thence to In September Bradford A County D. 1V4H, Florida., at Starke, UN 'Xntb G
NEV. of NWH of' Section 29 at a continue South .4 TEMPERANCE!\
Cadillac had a blowout alx miles Florida degrees 23 minutes ((!!SEAL A. J. Thomas (pct
'Il y; C. U May point 162.84 feet East of the North. East 30.88 feet; thence. run Clerk of the Circuit Court In and IOT.I I IGl1S.:
011 l out on the Keystone" road and the Evelyn May cad corner of South 0 degrees. 03 minutes East for Bradford County, Florida. TO li:
: r resulting accident badly injuredthe Hampton Florida Lot 4 of aald NU' of NEV4' of NW, 306.33 feet to end of ditch; containing U. 1. Patten, Ut NtW .. J.
r. Georgia Industrial Realty Co. of Section 29; containing 0.012 acre 0.82 acre more or lose Attorney for Petitioner BERS AND
couple .u. forleffn corporation more or lea. *. la owned' by C. 1.. May and Ev"y STATIC OF FLORIDA ARY 1.818 SII
p Jacksonville Floridal In owned by Clemon Alexander lye May.Parcet COUNTY OF BRADFORD I\IEtBF.R\
'{
4 : BODY & FENDER I.. Mikx a. If that kill the note* I tllarke.>. ":. it rtn.1.1 N. L. .Knight. Parcel No. night 4 of Way SRD No. 2.1 No.Right 6 of Way SRD No. 27 cult I. A.Court J Thomas of the, Clerk Eighth of the Judicial Cir JUNE(FLORIDGOOD S

for this week. .So long. .See -Alice' Mae Jones, That part of: That part of: Circuit In and for Bradford County 19.8)).
SWVW of NE'4 of Section
EJ.of: O. S k F. Spur track running to Florida, do
hereby
tlrndfnrd County, Florida certify that the
In the next. .
7
you Township South, Range 2 3!I Camp Blandlng right of
i" I And to all persons and purlieu way ac- above and foregoing. Is a true and
-Carolyn having or flnlinlnir any right tulle
IUi f; ( REPAIR and PAINTING Interest. estate, mortjfiive or other
lien
: to or on those. certain. parceli
Jimmy Dlffenbaugh of Tallahassee or land In Bradford County, Flor
{ ," Is visiting his uncle and ida which are Included In that

o tat i aunt, Sen. and Mrs. Charley portion Itoinl 18 of from Section Hampton 2404 to of Theremin State

1''4& i" jonns this week. In Hiadforil County Florida an lo
: cated surveyed. and platted by
\::1t't i
the State
head )enartment" of the
GENUINE Slate of "Florida and shown by
: location Map and Itlffht of Way I
BargainsTSHIRTS Map thereof on file In the office I
'\ f' I of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
:
In and for Bradford 1
County, Flor
ida, true. copies of said maps b+lno I
}f .d"I t' FORD PARTS I /attached the. Above. tu entitled the Petition cause filed on the In

ANH't'd."' Sizes Si Color
'i day of Sept., A. n.l 1H48 by Brad. ,
', I.J' I ford County, H milltlpul subdivision B
were $1 I-NOW 75c of the State of Florida against you

.t' : _u ___ ,__..______ and earn nf you seeking' to vnn- ARGAIe
damn for public road and hlgrhwav "
4a
;; Chino Khaki
purposes the said parcels. of land, Tirrtoa
situate, lying and helnaIn Brad.
Heavy Shirts $1.25 ford County Florida and more partlculnrlv .
Velon
::1.tt described UH follows:

; -- Boy Long| Sleeve Parcel No. Right 1 of Way aim No. I 1 W11CIOthes4 plesti
.
,arr Shirts Heavy That part of;
Five acres In the Northeast ('orn..r .... .1.39 1.49
of N'or NW4 of Section L'
I Sz. 10.14
$1.25Hoy 29. Township 7 Mouth, Kane 22

SALES & SERVICE 8 lying East within 60 feet of the survey BICYCLEBASKET ?
Oz.
line of Stale Road ID, Hectlon 2801.
Dungarees $2.25 said survey line pauses over and i .
I across SWi4 of S\V }4 of Section 20

"1I ... _._.__._._-_.__._-_._._-- Sizes. 12-16 Commence as follows: ciis I19REDUCED so
on the West line of the i. sate If.
SW.4 of the HWi4 of Section 20 at \
; f Buys' 8 Ox.OVERALLS a point 3* feet North of the South : .
I 'LARCE: STOCK west corner of the said "tfWVi of
$2.25 H\VV. of Section 20 and run North W/-----
t 71 degrees Il
minutes East 6.73
I Sizes. 8-16 feet to a point of Intersection hav Low ',''c -M'I... Vail
Dunlopliresq.. log an angle of 19 rtetrrees 21 min a.
Small IloyVOVERALLS utes Itlicht" ; thence run South 89 degrees -
q 2S minutes Fnet 191670 feel' 2.69
R.g
; :; Prices Are Right $1.25 to Fast line of said 8\V14 of S\VV
of Hectlon 20 nt n point 19.3 fee
Sizes 1-6 North of the Southeast corner of
1 the said S\\"', of HWl, of "Hectlon 0i
"i: containing 0.2!*
acre more or
Men's Blue 8 O/! less.Is. p00
wl s- I'S: Ik-rorp You Buy That ,
owned by \Mrs. E. K. Pitts a .
14 f New Set Of Tires! Dungarees $2.45Sizes widow. .
i 29-34Men' Parcel No. 3 SRD No. 9 4
Might of Way

-0.--._._._,_._._._._.___._.__._._ I That part of: UNDERWOOD
Grey 8 Oz. West 496.3 feet of North 330 feet
,i of NEV of :NWiand; Bast 330.2 PortabU LIGHT! &
I ly. Dungarees $2.25Sizes feet of North 330 feet of NRt< of TROUBLE LIGHT The Journal 2198Vnnnu4
NW'j of Section 29 known a*
29-38 I.nts I. 2. 3. 7 and H Subdivision perfonnance HM
.
Mflr Overs
y. : Andrews Motor Co. i>f NS lot In of the NEH Northeast of NWV4 corner eaceptone of tA...Apt.r .....,. many big set fsaturM. y When

Lot 1105 feet Bust and West by You
Hn l feet North and South. Section
29, Township 7 South Range 23 This 8gII'f
East, l ;

t 199 \V. Madison St. Starke. Fla.PHONE Nick's.BARGAIN Him within: lelIIOI.J..I of survey line I Vi
of ,
State O 2808 said
.survey line parses over and across 'es r'toltt
i SKi, of SW14 of Section 20 and, N\io I i ilU
118 of. NB''', of NV.; >'1 of Suction 29 u. J C
follows: A 8 i
I NE
HOUSE Coniiueiice: on the Northerly .exten I
Klnll of the West line of the NE'. I
-- -. rf NWV. nf Section 24. fi illMtiiiirit. Z1r.I.T.1: YOUR: OLD COFFEE POT: WASHE/


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IT YOU TRADE IT IN Reg, 1,50 Ely Regular i id r

( ON THIS NEW /11 _

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I I1 Quality 1- /
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ElectricSupreme Coffeemaker f 2.50


a "DELIVERIES PRICES "/TRADEINS"FINANCING 1 During A With T4ie'Ol A Week
V
R ,: ; This Sol .VD t.#.. 8,95

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: ACCESSORIES It's Reduced

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When a nuiniirucltirer pnwiuere. a to provide all our customers with '' i .

Ir <-..r IM> ahead of l Hut
obviously the new Oldsmobile cars.,, unfortunately >

times ait. the Futuramic Ol
r bile it's only natural that tie- ol 'rni ht. That is why we are OUR 5 P 01 I NT PLEDGE rest 'I ic4r1: for LessDuring AlL-METAI. fOLDING

tiianil for that product should taking thin optortunity| to reaffirm 1 STEP STOOLsaes&srx

)' break all rcoonl. Add.l l to this publicly our POLICIES; T 0 T H E PUBLIC I
\ *
( totluy'ft jM-nt-up need for auto. ON: j PRICES ANII: nF.MVEKIKS. ''

p r ,t) tiioliiles-pin. continiTuig sh'>rt- We believe that under present DELIVERIES will .Irliver. all new J \ Our Big a ", Harvest Value!

.
} .a R'' I I I I.ICleA CIMIstitule ointidtrnt OliUmoUilcH. with at production.the earliest possible date. t \ 1 Reg. 229fee.

material*-and you'll see why a sound l baais for fair
a
w we have a real problem on our play toeverylxxlv. And we hope| II-- PRICES--"'e will charge!!: no more HARVESTSALE

I handle VI'e value the I gixnl will of t.'at. on this basis.e may continue than I.. the I delivered I |ref '..* niijtgMtcil/ by the ,
OM. inohile Divinion General Motor The .
all our customers. We would' like" to nerve jou.
burr will receive itemized "
1 I an bill of eale.I .
+ :: ;

I OLDSMOBILE PRICES DELIVERED IN TRADE-INS-We will take

.. ... ..... .nJSt order and deliver! your 1 YOUR TIRES Ant. ".
Inakldlns OM ,4..M"1( Drive, O. L"a. *.. C n H* -A r .1' Your car without requir.
,i Delr.".., S5111114. ....r. WtnrftliUM W...h.r and Or.vp "." ..* "X"* ing a Irole-in. However we have. many WORTH MORE TO US... Big 11-lnth OAlvninum $

f rlr. (All of itni'cA/ an optional equipment.) valued used car. riiKlonier. we would like to *

.uppl. v and we will. give you a fair. and reason1 Trade for
#' Today
66" .
SERIES
1 SERIES 76 able I allowance on your present car. SKILLETSPECIAL I
,fvi .
t 1 flub 4'oupe, -- _._u- ::1110.81: Club sedan .. .... ----.-... :&::1...."., Tir'fOlieSTANDARD;
0' lie '.u,e I tub 4 cup ___ ::1:1:1:1."u": : : Sedan *.?... 3Uil.Xn IIfiNANCING-You tech. & Mr
may .
'd 'j ) 4 mb sedan .-- d....._ a i ".111: Faur-uanr ".dnli -.-... 2\.11\: : : for pay .
... late t lab .Mre u__ ::1:10..2u.: : ,l.u.. ...u..*r **..drnSEHIES -... :":"".::11: jour new Old.niohile or finance it where : '
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TORODE CHEVROLET CO.


STARKE FLORIDA Firestone Home & Auto Supply

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# 600 Temple Ave.

d 4 I Plclce> your 0"-n.w. Tho ...n.* you ploco It, the ..ono, you will get delivery of yow new OldimebiU. -:> J. P. ROBERTAj

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