Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 13, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vt MAY 13 1949






Tins SIDE OF IIEAVEN Official Countu Publication Established 1S77VOLUME


Bringing Crippled Clinic F. B. I. Confirms Bullet Fired By Gun Taken From Negro's ,

r c Dozen As ,To Be Held Here Car In Silcox; Death Investigation, Sheriff Reddish Says

Opens Friday May 27 -

eason .- -:- .. George Wolfork, Jr., Picked Up SaturdayNear

corn moved Into the 'Under the'' auspices of the Florida $ ; Jacksonville Bar; Trailed

Green market Crippled Children's Commission .y i.
t at th* By Fancy Auto
Tl IS week with 10,500: down the Jones-Langford-WhiU
j ,t an average price of 40c Post,-No.. 66 of the American Ballistics experts at the Federal Bureau of Investigation -

dozen, bringing growers anmted .Legion, and IU Auxiliary wlU. : ) in.Washington. D. C.. have confirmed that the bullet''

J4,200OO. sponsor children the annual at clinic the Bradford for crippled .. believed to have killed Dave U Silcox! h Wednesday' night

itrawberrles still lingered on to County Health Department on Friday i. tI May 4,.win fired by a revolver found in (O
j second place local as market.a revenue Cur- May 27, beginning at 8:30: automobile belonging to George Wolfork Jr, towering 29-

user at the y ar-old negro.

the past week 572 crates, bring-were am.This will be a diagnostic clinic L-T '-:...1'. Announcement of the Flu findings wait made by Brad-

j at an average wera5 -j'.1 ford Sheriff Reddish his here
to g Total for patients from Union, Bradfordand ., County P. D. upon return
$$2860 Tuesday night from a hurried plane trip to Washington.
,,movement during the season Clay counties and will be In

closing Is 26,351 crates, with charge of Dr. John F. Lovejoyand ,' Wolfork Wag picked up by-

w si I returns to growers estimated E. B.. Dunlap,. Jr, Orthopedic Sheriff Reddish about 4 0'I I mint' ), where Wolfork proffered a

1237,148.16. Surgeons of the Commission. Oth- jSyr"1 j- k .;rs clock Saturday afternoon as "SO: bill in payment of the meal.,

ucum'wrt brought $2,662.00 to er commission personnel assisting 'I l ho left a bar in the Ashley' When told by the proprietor of the
him will be Dr. Cornelia Carl- place that he could. not change a
during the week, with Street colored section of Jacksonville -
vera thers. Pediatrician, and Sara P.William. ,. bill of that also, the tall negro
sold at an \
average and started to drive
I hampers I
., Orthopedic District produced a dollar bill. It was
1305. Nurse Eulia J. Whltlock Physical ."I I oft in the conspicuous auto said' It Is believed by the Sheriff

- Around 1500 hampers of Irishttoes Therapist, and Gloria] Edwards,, mobile that led to his capture that Wolfork and his companion

were marketed at a District Secretary, Bt ,,- Ho was brought back: to Starke might have been on a "scouting1

,t ranging from $1.75 to $2, Held free of ''{'i i is ". I' about 5 o'clock Sunday morningand I trip" at that time, and producedthe
U returns estimated at $2,625.- charge and designed "'f' ..::1 P. I at the present time, by special large bill in order to watch

to aid all crippled childrenin THE TELL-T, LJo OAK that led to the arrest ot: ueorge Wolfork.. Jr., 29-year.old negro In connection order of Circuit Judge A. Z Ad- the proprietor as he obtained

large quantity of string beans to this child area, in the the clinic is open with the murder of D. L. Silcox, Is pictured above as It stood behind the county jail here" Sunday. Ornate kin., la being held for safekeepingIn change and find out where h.

gold through the market atm any state under with almost $1,000 worth of "gingerbread," the 194T gun-metal Ford V-S stands out like a fore thumb out-of-town quarters unrevealedby kept his money.
s 21 years of age for an examina-
12 to $2.25, but completes tion. Only those cases. that have and Is as easy to spot as a peacock In a flock of galnna hens. Under the hood was a Model A Ford + : ORa i r.e} Sheriff Reddish Volusla county officers also report -

were not available on this a crippling condition that can be spark call rigged up to a switch by the spotlight so that the driver could give a severe shock (around FBI files also disclosed Wol. that a car answering the

\rttnent. benefitted by treatment and whose 1,500 volts) to any unwanted Intruders In addition to an expensive, 8-tube radio, the car was replete fork's fingerprints as being among description of Wolfork's fancled-''

Altogether! gross sales of truck parents are not financially able with spotlights, fog lights, fox tails, extra mirrors, Venetian blinds, decorative tassels, straight twin those found on the gun, ,up Ford was seen In Daytona at
berries the radiator and other bric-a-brac. The license 'd ,N s iV 4 eii the Sheriff said The negro's record the time of the hold-up of, a
ip, and through toe pay for the service In wholeor exhausts, white sldewall tires, a gold duck cap, number Is
rket during the past week ran In part, are accepted for care. 228385. A partially-smoked handmade cigar rests 4n the dash board ash tray. r Included a ono year hitchIn Holly Mill\ liquor store about three)

L 11 1 In excess of J 12,500.tarket Old patients will be examined by .... I 7 ?, New Jersey for assault andbuttery weeks ago"Wolfork.
1 'e and two other offensesfor
R. B. Alvarez: the so as to rr had apparently been
)[ Manager surgeons check-up on ;
which he had paid fines, theSheriff
d yesterday that farmers are treatments which have been pre- Doyle Conner Starke operating out of Jacksonville for
AuxiliaryOrganized Trailing said He was listed In
i wing a greater Interest In viously given. New cases will be Legion From 13,000 Mile the'FUI files under three aliases. several months," Sheriff Reddish
M rketlnj their vegetables thru examined and those needing hos- said "It looks as If he had kept

local market, and he expressed pital care will be sent to Jacksonville Trip To HawaiiDoyle Wolfork's apprehension In Jacksonville out of trouble there, but used the

appreciation for their support. for care and treatment.Assisting HereThe N. Fla. League climaxed a three-day city as a base to operate In smal-
Conner, national president : hunt by Sheriff Reddish during
ler surrounding communi tiel."
emphasized the fact that buy- in the clinic will be Dr.
of Future Farmers of America, which he trilled the 6-foot 3lnchnS1f1'
can be easily obtained for anyp A. Y. Covington, Bradford Coun- J. J. Elliott, ap< American Legion Auxiliaryheld ha* returned to his home her Stark continued Its trailing /) by means of the flashy automobile .
If there is sufficient volumeered. ty Health officer Mrs. L. Preston for Governor Fuller Warren, arrived
its Initial meeting together Saturday after a 13,000 mile trip position In the North Florida which constituted the only -
Mrs. A. McKnlght, and other here Saturday'and baa
public with Legion Post 66 at its bimonthly which took him to visit FFA League this week, having lost Its v I clue In the tedious manhunt. been assisting Sheriff Reddish In
ne* market will start grading nurses meeting April 26. About chapters In the Hawaiian Islands fourth. consecutive. game Sunday Still at Urge Is a "short" negro coordinating evidence. Mr. Elliott -

rdhooks and Lima beans next Mrs Michael Ollhooly, President 35 ladles :were present and much and several western states of the afternoon to Green Cove Springsby bcllcvml to have been with Wol- out however that
pointed ,
ek, the manager stated. of the American Legion said was accomplished toward gettingthe U.S. a score of 62. The game was fork at the time of the shooting. Sheriff Reddish had apprehended

Green corn will reach the peak that plan are being worked oul auxiliary Into full swing. Doyle left Starke on April 1 played In Green Cove, Pete Kro- Sheriff Reddish stated that Wo l- Wolfork before he) (Elliott arrived -

t Its production in about two and that lunches will be served The meeting was presided over and on his way to the West Coast knskle. Green. Cove pitcher, held fork at tint denied any knonvl- here. "Your Sheriff shouldbe
ehs all patients and parents attendingthe visited! state associations In Texas, Starke- to five hits } 74sY
by Mrs. T. 8. Wright, district edge of the shooting here, but given full credit for Ms work'In
clinic. president from Gainesville. New Mexico, and Arizona. He The scheduled tilt between later changed his story to say this case," the state Investlgaitor l
ckson Elected talk left San Francisco b yplane and Wesoonnett ,and Macclenny to y, I that h. waited In the car while said

E L. R. (Doc) Edwards Mrs. Redding gave 'a short after a 9 1.2 hour flight, receiveda break the tie for the loop lead two other fellows pulled the Job Sheriff Reddish Issued stats
Head VFW Post on the activities of the Legion a
o ; royal welcome In Honolulu.' H. In'the
was rained out third Inning Stloox shot In his
was fatally both
Victim of Sudden Auxiliary throughout the nation ment thanking the people ,
week the Territorial
spent a at
ew Members ;Wanted and world. She said that ltps Convention and later visited with Wesconnett leading 2.1, small grocery store on T.ntn whjte' and colored, who assisted
Heart Attack Mandarin defeated Callahan 12 Street Stale Road l"( about 0.3,0:: .
the largest women's organization 1\10 y le.i.veetlgrtlnn.
possibly 3Jir the chapters 'In- the Wr :
M t cailad.meetiAfrb4.1R6 >9t' .. .. In the world with apoteatlallty 6 at Callahan. Negro Held :7- p. m. Although It Is bolleyed that ,

Foil,! No. 4319, Veterans ofinlpi Lacy Robert (Doc) Edwards, Jr, of'doubling ?membership lands A North Florida Loop meeting robbery was the motive, the Ri'te.
5X died suddenly at 9:30 o'clock He expressed himself as being, It Wednesday.
Wars, elected Edwardke : ( mrgeVolfork.; Jr., 0-foot murderer apparently hurried. -
Is scheduled for
( )
at this time.
-. Jackson to th --office ofmmander WedneadaY night in Shadycrest discussed the Impressed with the huge sugarcane I In the Methodist Memorial build Inch, 18(-p uii
for the ensuing year. Hospital where he was taken Mrs. Redding and pineapple'plantations In Green Cove. Each team Is ahnvp as he appeared| In the> llreriii -. A customer at a nearby refreshment
h II' officers elected were Wll- following a heart attack. hospital program, child welfare the Islands, and stated that their ing to have Its when h' vm lili or
*C Rhoden, Senior Vice Com- He was born Jan. 12 19O4 a program Americanism program, operation Is the most highly mechanized a requested representative on hand.manager nrftMM. a. one of the men at the two negroes, one tall, one short, resident of Bradford County, died

uKler', Green J. Mcdriff, Sr., native of Bradford County; the and the legislative program of the and scientific farming he nr>n.. of aIM fatal shooting of D run from the store after the pistol suddenly at her home In the

nlor Vice Commander Al K. son of the late Lacy R. Edwardaand Auxiliary.A has ever seen. No games are being played In L. tensest on May 4. fired BIlcoK attempted to Hellbronn Springs section rear

rllale, Adjutant and Quarter- Mrs. Lulu Dyal Edwards of short Introductory talk was After his return to the states by Starke until thoo work on the reach his home across the highway Starke Monday night following. a

uler', Floyd Oreen, Sergeant Starke. He was a member of the nude\ by Eloise Riddick, first vice ocean liner, he spent three cloys athletic field has been completed but fell In the street and lengthy illness
visiting 30 In Californiaand It Is believed that It will be ready Odom Plana Grand
Ann!, and Robert A.I Green, Church of Christ and the Masonic president from this district In chapters died before an ambulance could Mrs Todd was born In Alachua
plain. ..' Lodge. In recent years he had addition to brief comments by then flew to Reno, 'Nev., to some time early In June. Opening Sale take him to the hospital. County, July 0, 1866, the daughter -

- Bya vote of members present been employed as a mechanic at Edna Bronson and Dorothy Young attend a regional Pacific Coast Other witnesses reported seeing of the late Charlie and Lucy
V time and place of meeting the National Guard ordnance who are on the die:rict Hospltall- Agricultural Supervisors Confer' Eugene D. Thrower At Livestock the accessory-laden Ford sedan. Dlas Thomas She was a lifelong -

M Kt for the second and fourth shop, Camp Blandlng. I zatlon committee. ence.Young Conner will spend the Succumbs SundayIn Farmer' Produce Market, parked at the curb several hundred member of the Church of the

day of each month at 8:00: p. Besides his wife. Mrs. Carrie Mrs. Muriel Gilhooly was elect- remainder of this month at his Reed InP... Qalnnnvtlltt, announces a yards east of Sllcnx's store Latter Day Saints.
Ita the American Legion home ed president and Mrs Delores Walter rattle this week Later this car Is reported to have Surviving six children' : Mrs.
Dean Edwards, he Is survived by home here but will leave early In stronger on
al led on West Call Street. All Szymczak, first vice president, June with plenty of buyers present to driven off, without lights at a Llllle ,Raulerson, Starke; Jeff
to attend a state convention Thrower, B3: ,
W and presort members of the two sons, Robert Erie Edwards, of the local auxiliary. Mrs. Violet In Louisiana. native Eugene of Starke Dryden and son of Mr. buy all livestock. The market was high rate of speed In the direc- Todd, Oroveland: Lacy Todd, Ral

ptenuia of Foreign Ware are New York City, and Tommy Crosby was elected secretary and and Mrs. O.,A. Thrower of Jacksonville reported as steady to strong on tion of Green Cove Springs. ford; Roan Todd, Zellwoodr l>es>
W to be Edward Starke and treasurer, Mrs. Lee Mltchley Thursday morning about 10o'clock Todd, Dukes, and James Todd.
present at the nextPJIJ Franklin I died In Walter Reed Hospital all slaughter grades and a good
\ ,
at arms, and Mrs. Delores Sheriff Reddish got his Starke; two brothers, Edward: .
sergeant Severalout
and all demand for stocker cattle
succeeding ones. one daughter, Mrs. vMlldred Tet- Mrs. T. C. Chastain In Washington D. C. lost
fr' the Information of those con- Mrs Mobley historian. long Illness of state buyer. were present. first tangible lead In the case Thomas, Gainesville, and Simmy
: his mother following a
stone Starke; Sunday
|4 Section 102 Article 1 of Mrs. Ernestine Denmark, Mrs Funeral services were held In the HOGS; N1, IT.SO; No. 2, 17. and traced the movements of this Thumas, Hampton.

By-Laws of the VFW states: Lulu Edwards;; three sisters Mrs Lucille Green and Mrs. Jean Named To BoardMrs. Arlington National Cemetery 00; No 3. 16.S5; No. 4, 16.21: ; NoB car through Oreen Cove and Funeral services ,were held Wednesday .
Lettie Crawford Lawtey, and Mrs thence Into Jacksonville. There, ''
y male officer or enlisted Thomas :were elected to the execu- afternoon at 2 o'clock. 1000 afternoon at o'clock.
or any honorable discharged Era Wasdln and Mrs Louise Bell, tive committee.It Thursday CALVES: Baby Calves up to with the cooperation of Jacksonville the New Hope Baptist Church atLacrosse

I'' or both of Starke: five brothers, Mr. Thrower had served In both 19.00 t21 Culls,, city detectives, he continued with Rev L. d. Hem
enlisted man, who is a was voted to meet the third Jessie Chastaln of Hamp- $36, Common ;
Earl A. Edwards Starke: Theo- World Wars, seeing action on the the search through Friday night Intermentwas
of the and 1500 to 19.00.RTJlERS". Ingway officiating.
United States of Tuesday night of each month, ton was appointed :Monday by Gov. France and Germany
Edwarda'and C. battlefields of and from one
dore C. Guy Saturday morning
Drlca : HEIFERS Cutters, In New Mope Cemetery under
and :
who has 'served' annual dues would be only Fuller Warren as a member of
Edwards, both of Lawtey; HarryA. that In World War I and serving Wolfork 'haunt" to another, until Jones.
the DeWitt C.
the direction of
Army, Navy Air Force 2. the Board of County Commissioners 17,OO to 19.00; Canners, 11 SO to
Edwards, Callahan, and Leo two years In Italy In World War the negro was finally pickedup
acne Corps 17.<))0; Stackers. 16.OO to 18 SO
or Coast Guard made District 4. Bradford County,
Tentative are being II. Ha had lived in Stark, Jacksonville
the 1. Edwards, Fernandina; and one plans 19.- as tin started to drive off In
United States of America another Joint meeting with for the unexpired term of her and I Key: West most of COWS: Common 1X00 to his the Cottage Prayer
granddaughter, Barbara Sue Edwards for car, parked near Ashley
any foreign 73: Cutters. 11RO to 1800; Canners -
War I Insurrection future late husband T. C. Chastain
Post In the near :
his lifeThe bar. Held
New York City.Funeral the Legion Street Meetings Are
1 Pedltion. which Mrs Chsstaln's will 13.00 to 13.60; Stockers, 14 -
service shall and term expire
treat '
1I I *?71126'1 by the authoriza- services will be held in with a other dinner as a to follow. January 1. 1D31.I Thrower family own property 00 to 18.SO. "If It hadn't have.; been for thAt For Tent Revival
I bingo games Brooklyn Lake and spend conspicuous car, no telling
r n of the issuance of a campaign i the Church of Christ Saturday I She was recommended by the on J. D. Odom, Jr., new manngrrof "
die by the Army, Navy Air afternoon at 3 o'clock with Bro. The entire program of the Aux- I Board of County Commissionersand much time in this suction Mrs the livestock division, announces we would have caught him, Sher- Everyone Is Invited to attendCottsJl'e
U and rehabilitating Mrs. J. J. Itt Reddish sold
f constructive Thrower and
is O. A.
:orarlne! Corps or Coast W. Herron officiating. Interment iliary the County Democratic Executive his grand opening sale for Prayer Meetings to beheld
a I'd of the United States of will be In Santa Fe Cemetery with and all eligible members I Committee. Ziegler of Theressa are slaters. Tuesday, May 19 He expect Wolfork offered no resistance In the following homes for
,meflre are Invited to join. In addition to his wife, two when confronted by the officers Revival
except M hereinafter Masonic rites. n large' nm of rattle and lings. the Daniels :
t forth, shall Is in of The next meeting will be Tuesday -I children and parents, Mr. Thrower and has of plenty of and was taken to Jacksonville Mr.. O W
be eligible to acre DeWitt C, Jones charge Subversive Forces promises police headquarters 'for questionIng May 19, 7:30: p.m.1 t
I ? r hlp." The Poet corsty arrangements. May 17, at 8 o'clO<'k. The Is survived by six brothers and buyers for this salt. Alderman, with Mrs. L. D. Halnas,

Invites all eligible men to local Auxiliary promises to be Endanger Democracy, four sisters "We will have a sale each Tne* A search of the car's trunk leader. Mr. and Mrs 0.0. Webb.
tend the next lots of fun and lots of Help to day. Bring your livestock In early with Mrs E. D. Tenly, leader
meeting Service Wesson
l 'm Reburial will Rotary Speaker Says"Can revealed a 1917 Smith A
be held Friday May 23. the community. Refreshments I Final Rites MondayFor and be assured of these highprices revolver a double-barreled. shot Mrs K. ,A. Thomas, with IoIra.We"l.y .
Cemmandpr For AndrewsReburial be served after the Tuesday night ," Mr Odom states leader. Mr. and
1 'Iblle Jackllon wlahe- the Sgt. Democracy survive and I gun and a supply of "travelling Andrews,
1t understand that the local meeting. win over the forces of evil that I Mrs. Gnann W. F Moore former manager equipment" Including a skillet, Mrs. H. L. Brownie., with Mrs.
''It i. not services for S Sgt. of the livestock. division, Is now E. C. Mann Jr., leader
restricted the bat i ,
in Its mem- are so fiercely pressing bedding, clothing, dishes, and
rhip Andrews, who was kill I Mrs Nancy Gnann 86, wife of
t to Starke alone. On the Robert A. Shadycrest Observes tie against her today T" was the I In charge of the produce depart. other utensils' Sheriff Reddish May 26, 7:30: p m.: Mr. and Mrs.
dry, its ed In Germany, will be held Sun- E. M. Gnann of Lake Geneva, ment of the market.
doors are open to question asked by Dr. Rolan Stoker said. Two dagger-type knives Wesley, Andrews, with Rev. ... D.
(1ble 4 o'clock at the Hospital Day
vell'rans from Call Street day afternoon at when he addressed the Rotary died In Shadycrest Hospital, were found In the body of the .., leader Mrs. A. A. Durden

the .Four Comers of the WorldS graveside In New Hope Cemeteryat With Open HouseIn Club here Wednesday. Starke, on Saturday May 7. afteran Deeds RecordedA. rar _. sans on the dashboard and with Mre. Clyde Priest leader. Mr.
rome Rev. Donald Martin
on. all you nhlln' men LaCroase. "The free enterprise system, ss \Illness of several months. A one down by the back seat, the and Mrs. T. K. McClane. Jr., with
Uncle and Join' In the will officiate and Interment will commemoration of "National well as every other foundation up- L. Alvarez of Bradford officer reported Mrs. McClan., leader. Mr. and

do hake of comradeship with be In the family lot under the Hospital Day" Shadycrest Hospital on which our American way of native of Macclenny, Mrs Onann County to Margie Underhill of The FBI established, that the Mrs Freeman Register, Jr. with I

l1elghbora who have done direction of DeWitt C. Jones. held open house yesterday afternoon life Is founded l Is being had resided at Lake Geneva for Starke: the N 72 ft. of lot 2 of bullet that killed Silcox was a Rev. L. O Hemingway, leader.

bit to preserve the Four Besides his mother Mrs. R. A. from 3 to 5 o'clock. ed' by the termites of undermn-I I the put ten years She was a Blk 2 of A. L. Alvarez addition. 49 rallbra automatic pistol bullet June 2, 7:30: p.m.: Mr. and Mrs.

eedoms. Andrews, Sgt. Andrews is survived staff took the Socialism and Atheism Dr, Mrs, Underhill Is building a $2,
The hospital I member I of the Oak Grove Mir the Sheriff said It was fur B. T. Thomas, with Rev Haloes
by two sisters, Mrs. J. W. visitors on a tour of In- Stoker! said. "D..mocracv was Church. JOp home on the property. ther pointed out that the particular leader. Mr. and Mrs. R. B Alvarpz -
CLE\D.R OF EVENTS Burgess and Miss Alverna Andrews many founded upon a belief In God and I sionary Baptist F. C. Fanrher of Adklnmin Git' model revolver that was with S. E. Sparks, leader. Mr

Tuesday"" all of Miami. spection during the appointedhours the Bible. It is time to return Besides her husband she Is tmrvlvej ''tn A. J. Thomas, Jr. of Starke! found In the negro's car will fire and Mrs. E. D. Tenly .with Mrs.

uy Club,- Tourist Club, at Wo- Military rites will be held with showing them the operating to His. Worship Let us come by four stepsons Jesse, 'Bill, 3E 1-" of S ct. 24. Twp. 6 8, R an automatic bulli-t. The revolver Noble Maxwell leader. Mr and

11ed 7:30 p.m. the American Legion Post and room X-Ray and treatment rooms back to the Bible Let us give and Sam Gnann, all of Tampa, 21 E, also the SW 1.4 of NE 1-4 had two notches In the handle, Mrs. Ewell Lawson with Mrs. H.

Rail,Rotary Club," Methodist National Guard unit of Starke and the many other' Interesting CJoJ a chance," the speaker con and F.lbert Gnann cf Tarpon and the 8 1-3 of NW 1-4 of Sect. Sheriff Reddish said but they A. Lawson, leader.
12:1: p.m.. cluded. 10 Twp. 6 S, H 22 E, containing had apparently been made seine e
Oed. L n" Club taking part.Crackers Ighta In the well-equipped!! Springs; three stepdaughters, Mrs.
uso Introduced by IfiO acres. _
Bldg. Dr. Stoker wa time ago ind there was nn
m.r Board
served In the Mrs Red Cross
Refreshments were Delma Gllsson, Lake Geneva
ThurL Rev. L. D. Haines, and the pro- notch.

,_e lOOF. Odd fellow meetHall. Challenge newly decorated arrangements reception room otIprlnl' gram was In. charge of Lrx Maude Moody Palatka and,Mrs Nasworthys Resume The Sheriff stated that three Meets At NoonThere

8 p.m., Independent which contained Green. Bertie Beck. Tampa and t.woals-_ witnesses have positively Identified
:mu 'ment Oames flowers. Deal and Philco Agency will be an Executive
Cath- President Herbert
i t' S:3O ClubsThe ten, Mrs Ida George Stark, and Wolfork as being at the
: Baseball '
of the American
p.m. Board
Ira I President-elect O. S. Newcomb meeting
y 13- ARC OF TIHNKS! Hudson, Jacksonville\ Mr. and Mrs C. If Nasworthy scene of the crime, and two of
CARD Mrs at
r Executive Board concluded their reports on the Mangle the Red Cross this noon Friday ,
r. Crackers, Indepen- announced that they these have "placed him In
Bradford yesterday
Avery services were conducted 12 o'clock at the Avery
at pen- Funeral noon
key 16. WSCS eeting noon. baseball team. are challeng.ng We wish to express our sincere recent district assembly are resuming the Philco agencyin store at the time of the shoot-
Inn. Mr. C. L. Tlnrmons,, from thSoutheastern
Meth-I at 2 o'clock In
,,_ Church 3:......... ,. \ any Independent eluba In or and heartfelt appreciation to our sacola. that orientation Monday afternoon Starke and will have a show ing." Area office In AUsuvtU. '
"' 7 18. PTA P m. Starke Lawtey. Waldo, or many friends and neighbors for It waa announced an the Oak Grove Baptist Church I room In their former wholesale' It Is also reported, the Sheriff '
near will be the and
Executive! will be held Friday Oa at meeting :
ot nr.3 Board want for beautiful flowers, expressions meeting with Rev. 8. E. In the Nas- said, that Wolfork and a companion
.IS Brooker who games the many near Starke grocery headquarters) a':'
) pm Court luncheon to discuss plans for
acts night at the Dixie Motor the
fay and In Starke on
?e of sympathy East Call St. were
building on
afternoons. Interment was worthy
Jr. Woman's Club Sunday restaurant for the following new Sparks officiating and Disaster Prepardneea meeting to'
Tea. schedulegames of kindness in our recent bereavement. under the They will carry a complete IIn.of Saturday before the shooting -
Club Howe wanting to Freeman In the church cemetery I be held In the future. j
m 4 to 6li Anyone do we thank the members of the club: and ate dinner at a restaurant In
Mc- EspeciaDy Funeral Home, Philco radios refrigerators
should contact Wesley direction of Wilson
Register. Jr.. C. M. Turney. colored settle Mrs. J. Smith Chapter
27 Rev. and Mrs L. D. Halnea.Mrs. other appliances. Reno (Starke's
l, \Ii Girl Scout Bridge Rae. Starke. or Buford McKinney L. D. SUcox and family. A. GrijUin. and Clifford flaxen.I Lake City. CIIa1r1II'l!

olllan' Club:>>. 1:30: p.m. Sampson City. '

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Com Bringing Crippled Clinic F. B. I. Confirms Bullet Fired By Gun Taken From Negro's

40c, Dozen As To Be'' Held Here Car In Silcox Death Investigation, Sheriff Reddish Says

Season Opens Friday May 27 -

; ;;;:;t..i. 1 George WoIfork, Jr., Picked Up Saturday

Near Jacksonville Bar Trailed \
Green corn moved Into the Under the auspices 01'' the Flori- .- ;

"poUlght at the farmers market da Crippled Children's Commis- 't By Fancy Auto

here this :week with 0,500 dozen sion, the'Jones-Langeord-Whlte

\\Iold! at an average price 01'' fOc Post No. fia of the American nal1i tics experts at the Federal Bureau of Investigation -

per dozen bringing growers an Legion and Its Auxiliary will a I in Washington. D. C", have confirmed that the bullet

eRtimated $4,200.00.Strawberries sponsor the annual clinIc for crippled believed to have killed Dave L. Silcox here Wednesday night

atlll lingered on to children at the Bradford May 4. WM fired by a revolver found in the trunk ot an

hold second plan as a revenue County Health Department on Fri- automobile hE'longing to George \Volfork, Jr. towering 29-
day, May 27, beginning at 8:30:
producer' at the local markt't. During year-old negro.

the past week ::172 crates were a.m.Thl8 Announcement of the FBI findings was made by Bradford -
sold at an average 01'' $5, bring- will be a diagnostic clinic
County Sheriff P. D. Reddish upon his return here
ing $2.860 to growers. Total for patients from Union, Bradford j t
Tuesday night from a hurried plane trip to Washington.
berry movement during the Season and Clay counties and will be In

now closing Is 26, 1I1 crates, with charge 01'' Dr. John F. Lovejoy WolCork was: picked up by' ,

total returns to growers estimated and E. B. Dunlap, Jr., Orthopedic Y \ Sheriff Reddish' about 4 o'- merit\. where Wolfork proffered a t',

at 8237,148.18. Surgeons 01'' the Commission Otl\- I' clock Saturday afternoon I\S $50 bill In payment of the meal.

Cucumbers brought $2,562.00 to er commission personnel assisting he left a bar in the Ashley When told by the proprietor of the
him will be Dr. i ::1\" place that he could not change a
growers: during the week with Cornelia Cari- 1\\ } >, 1l :Street: colored section of Jack-' '
there, Pediatrician, and Sara p t : bill 01' that size the tall negro
840 hampers sold at tn average i 1 sanville and started to drive
Williams Orthopedic District produced a dollar bill, It was
01' $3.011. off in the conspicuous automobile
Nurse, Eulla J. Whitlock Physical I IIBld. It Is believed by the Sheriff'
Around UIOO hampers 01'' Inch Therapist, and Gloria Edwards, ,i;"''! that led to his capture.He that WoJrork and his companIon

, 'potatoes were marketed at a DistrIct Secretary \':. was brought: bACk to Starke might have been on a "scoutingtrip"

price ranging from $1.75 to $2, about 5 o'clork Sunday morning that time and
<' at produced
Held free of charge and de- :{ 4'1 ,'n
with returns estimated + and the time
at $2.82:1.-: v. v I at present by special the large bill In order to watch
signed to aid all crippled children TilE TELL-TALlo: C.\lt that led to the arrest ot George Woltol'k.. 29-Yl'ar-old negro In connection order at Circuit Judge/ A. Z, Ad- the he obtained

00.A large quantity of string beans In thIs area, the clinic Is open with the murder of D. L. Silcox, Is pictured above os It stood behind the county jail here Sunday Ornate '. kins 18 being held for safekeeping change proprietor and fInd as out where he
was sold through the market at 21 any child' In the state under. with almost $1,000 worth of "gingerbread," the 1947 gun-metal Ford V-8 stands out like a sore thumb In out.of.town quarters unrevealed kept his money.
01' for examination.
years an '
from $2 to $2.211. but complete Only those age cases that have : and Is as easy to spot as a peacock In a flock of g.&lnt'a henll. Under the hood was a Model A Ford by Sheriff Reddish Volusla county officers also re-

flguff's were not available on thIs a crippling condition that can be spark coil rigged up to a switch by the i
movement. benefitted by treatment and whose 1,500 volts) to any unwanted Intruders. 10 addItion to an ,expensive, 8-tube radio the car was replete tork's fingerprints as being among description 01'' \Volfork' fancled-

Altogether gross sales of truck parents are not financIally able I with spotlights, fog lights, fox tails extra mirrors, venetian blinds, decorative tassels, straight twin 4twl -''+ those found on the gun., up Ford was seen In Daytona at

crops and berries through the to pay for the service In whole exhausts, whIte sidewall tires, a gold duck radiator cap and other brie-a-brae The license number Is a the Sheriff said. The nt'gro's record the time of the hold-up of a

market during the past week ran or In part, are accepted for care. 2-2838. A partIally-smoked handmade cigar rests In the dash board ash tray I Included a one year hitch Holly Hill liquor store about three
n I IY Ik 111 New Jersey for assault and
weir In excess of $12:100.: Old patients will be examined by .. weeks ago."WolCork.
battery, and two other offenses.
Market Manager R. B. Alvarez the surgeons so as to check-up on had apparently been

Bald yesterday that farmers are treatments which have been pre- Doyle Conner Back Starke p9 AYy for which he hud paid fines, theSh..rlff operating out of Jacksonville for
Legion AuxiliaryOrganized Trailing ,d il slld. lie was listed In
showing a greater Interest In viously given. New cases will be From 13,000 Mile + the FBI tiles under three alias. several months" Sheriff Reddish

marketing their vegetables thru examined and those needing hospital said. "It looks as If he had kept

the local market and he expressed care will be sent to Jack- Trip To Hawaii : Y.. x W'olfork's apprehension In Jack. out of trouble there, but used the

his appreciation for their Bupport. sonville for care and treatment Here N. Fla. League! lIonvllle climaxed a thrl'e-dny city as a base to operate smaller .

He emphasized the fact that buy- Assisting In the clinic will be Dr. Doyle' Conner, notional president bunt by Sheriff Reddish'Iduring surrounding communltle."
01' Future Farmers of America, which he trailed the 8-foot 3.lnch
ers can be easily obtained for any A. Y. Covington Bradford Coun- w.. .y J. .1. IClllott, special investigator
crop 11 there Is sufficient volume ty Health officer. Mrs. L. Preston The American Legion Auxiliary has returned to his home here Starke continued its trailing 7 v, { negro by means or the flashy automobile for Governor Fuller Warren ar-

oltered. Mra. A. McKnight, and other pub- held' Its Initial meeting together: Saturday after a 13.000 mile trip position. the North Florida whIch constituted the on- rlvf'd here and baa

lic health with Legion Post Ii6 at Its bimonthly which took him to visit FFA League this week, having lost Its ly clue In the tedious manhunt Saturday
The market will start grading nurses. been aAslllting Sheriff Reddish In
meeting, April 26. About Chapters In the HawaIIan Islands fourth consecutive game Sunday Still at huge Is a "short" negrobelieved !
Fordhooks and Lima beans next Mra. Michael Gilhooly, Presi- coordinating t'vldence. MI' El-
33 ladies were present and much and several western states 01'' the afternoon to Green Cove Springs to have boon with Wol-
week, the manager stated. dent 01'' the American Legion Bald liott pointed out, however, that.
was accomplished toward getting U.S. by a score of 8-2. The game: was fork at the time of the shootlnj
Green corn will reach the peak : that plans are beIng worked out Sheriff Reddlllh had apprehended
the auxiliary Into full awing. Doyle left Starke on April 1 played In Green Cove. Pete Kro-
of Its production In about two' and that lunches will be served Sheriff Reddish IItllted that Wol- before he (Elliott) arrived .
and his to '
on way the West Coast koskie, Green Cove pitcher held
The meeting was presided over fork at first denied knfll'NI-
weeks. r all patients and parents attending any here. "Your Sheriff should
the ellnlc. by Mrs. T. S. Wright, district ;, visited New Mexico state associations Texas, Starke to five hits. edge of the shooting here, but b" given full credIt for his work

president from Gainesville. i left and Arizona H. The scheduled tilt between later changed his story to say In this cue," the state Investigator -
Jackson Elected San Francisco b yplaneIandafter '
Mrs, Redding a short talk Wellconnett and Macclenny to that he waited In the car while said

To Head VFW Post ; L. R. (Doc) Edwards. on the activities gave 01'' the Legion: II a 9 1-2 hour In flight received break the tie for the loop l lead two other fellows pulled the. job. Sheriff' Relldlllh issued a statement .
a royal welcome: Honolulu. lie
Victim of Sudden Auxiliary throughout the' nation I was rained out In the third inning Silcox was fatally shot In his
thanking the people, both
New Members Wanted, spent a week at the Territorial
and world: She Maid that it waspoasiWy with Wl'scfNInett leading 2.1. 'wtsdly small grocery'' store on Tentn
Heart Attack I. PTA and 'Jater ''Vt. #% white and colored, who .alated_ !
t" At a called meeting;' 'held-recent the"Iarl8,1: :'womenlroeganization 21''of F.onvenll the 2( chapter.In'the islanda. -," 2dandkrin defeated Callahan '12 3treett6tats'Jtoad t 36) about 9:30\) 11111'hi his lnVlstlgatlon: "!. ,t'

the'world, With 6 at Callahan.A Held : Although It Is believed that
; In a / Negro p. m.
No. of
lv Post 4319. Veterans Lacy Robert (Doc) Edwards, Jr.,

Foreign Wars, elected Edward 4fi died suddenly at 9:30: o'clock potentiality of doubling its membership He exprelllled h'mRelf' as being North Florida Loop meeting robbery wall the motive, the Rites Wednesday
George 'ofork! ,Jr.. 6-rent, :8 murderer apparently hurried a-
at this time.
Is scheduled
for tonight (Friday)
Blake Jackson to
the office of Wednesday night In Shadycrest impressed with the huge sugar
Inch, 1I111-IHllllld negro, III pletunvlahave I before obtaining For Mrs. L. Todd
Commander for the ensuing year. Hospital where he was taken Mrs. Redding discussed the cane and pineapple plantations In In the Methodist Memorial build. way any monf'V.A ,

Other officers elected were William following a heart attack. hospital program child welfare the islands' and stated that their Ing st Green Cove. Each team Is as he. appeared In the Lineup customer at R nearby refreshment
when III' war 100'nllrh'll by witnesses stand stated that he saw I Mrs. Loller Todd, 82, long timeresident
to have Its
C. Rhoden, Senior VIce Com- He was' born Jan. 12, 19O1.( a program, AmericanIsm program, operation Is the most highly mechanized requested manager or
the hand. ax eon. of the men at the two negroes: one tall ono short, of Br"dford County, died
01' a
mander, Green J. McOrlff, Sr.. and the legislative program and scientific farming he representative on
native of Bradford County: the s.rnn, nr the fatal .hootllljf 0' n.I run from the store after the pl- suddenly at her home In the
Junior Vice Commander, Al K. son of the late Lacy R. Edwardli Auxiliary. hall ever seen.After No games are being played In I
,. Mucus fin May 4. tol fired Silcox attempted to Hellbronn Springs section nearS
Carlisle, Adjutant and Quartermaster and Mrs. Lulu Dyal Edwards of A short Introductory talk was his return to the states by Starle unlll the work on the ark.. \
reach his home scraM the highway Monday night following a
Floyd Creen Sergeant Starke. He was a member 01'' the made by Eloise' Rlddick first vice ocean. liner he spent three days athletic field has been compl ted. I but Call In the street and lengthy JIIne9s.Mrll. ,.

at Arms, and Robert A. Green Church of ChrIst and the Masonic president from this district In vlllltlnjf 30 chapter 'ln California It Is believed( that It will be ready adorn Plans Grand
died before ambulance could
on Todd born In Alachua
Chaplain.By Lodge. In recent he had addition to brief comments by and then flew to Reno, Nev., to some lime early In June was
years I Opening Sale take him to the hospital. County, July 0, lR66, the daughter -
a vote of members present been employed as a mechanic at Edna Bronson and Dorothy Young: attend a'region Pacific Coast

the lime and place 01'' meeting the National Guard ordnance who are on the dill rlct Hoepltallzation AgrIcultural Supervisors Confer- Eugene D. Thrower At Livestock Mkt. Other witnesses reported lI..elng of the late Charlie and Lucy
I I the acrt'llsory-Illden Ford sedan flies ThomRs. She was a -
was set for the second and fourth shop, Camp Blanding committee. enee.
Succumbs parked lit the curb lIeverlll hun / member of the Church of the
Young Conner will Sunday The Farmers Proltu', Murll.t,
oVeach month 8:00 spend !
Friday at : p. Besides his :wife Mrs. Carrie Mrs. Muriel Ollhooly was elected Latter Suint.
of Silcox' Day
dred east store
m. In the"American Legion home president and Mrs. OelorplIi remainder of this month at his In Walter Reed Inn.. Ou'nfMvllle' announct'I! a yards
located on West Call Street. AU I Dean Edwards, he la survived by i Szymczak, first vIce president, home here but will leave early In stronger sal9' on cattle this week Later this cur I.. reported to have Surviving are six children: Mrs.

past and present members 01'' the II two eons Robert ErIe Edwards, of the local auxiliary. Mrs. VIolet June to attend a state convention Eugene Dryden Thrower, :It: with plenty of buyers present' to driven off, without lights, at a LIllie Raulerson, Starke: Jeff

Veterans of Foreign Wars are New York City, and Tommy ; Crosby was elected secretary and III Louisiana. native ot Slarke and Hon of Mr buy all Jlvp tock. The market was high rate of speed, In the dlrec- Todd, Groveland; Lacy Todd, Ral-
I lion of Green Cove Spl'lnls. Cord Roan Todd, Zellwood lzea
urged to be present at the next Franklin Edwards, Starke, and treasurer, Mrs Lee Mltehlpy and Mra. O. A. Thrower of Jack.sonville reported as steady to strong on ; ;

meeting and all succeeding ones. and Mrs. Delores died In Welter Reed hospital aU slaughter grades and a good Thursday morning about 10 Todd, Dukes and James Todd
one daughter, Mrs. Mildred Tet- sergeant at arms, -
Mrs. T. fI'clflk, Sheriff Reddlllh got his Starke two brothers, Edward
C. Chastain stocker cattle. Several ;
demand for
For the information or those concerned Mobley historian.Mrs. In Washington D. C. last
stone, Starke; his mother Mrs of state first tangible If'ad In the case Thomas Gainesville, and Simmy
out buyers were prellent.IIOOS
Section 102, Article 1 of Ernelltlne Denmark, Mrs Sunday following a long I IIInellll. '
the By-Laws of the VFW states: Lulu Edwards: three sisters Mrs. Funeral services were held In the : No.1. 17.110; No. 2, 17. and traeed the movements 01' this Thomas, Hampton.
and Mrs. Jean
"Any male officer or enlisted Lettie Crawford, Lawtey, and Mrs. Thomas Lucille elected, to the execu- Named To Board Arlington Nlltlonlll Cemetery. ; 00; No. 3, 1655: ; No. 4, 16.2: ; N!). car through/ Green cove and Funeral services were held Wed

man. or any honorable discharged Era Wasdln and Mr. Louise Bell, were Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. I 5, 16.00. thence Into Jacksonville There n"lld"y afternoon at 3 o'clOC'k 118
tive committee.It
officer or enlisted man, who Is a both of Starke; five brothers, CALVES: Doby Calves up to with the cooperation of Jacksonville the New Hope Baptist Church at
MI' Thrower had' served In both
citizen of the United States of Earl A. Edwards Starke; Theo- was voted to meet the third Mrs. Jessie Chaataln of Hampton $36; Common, 10.00( to 21; Culls. city detectives. he continued LaCrosse, with Rev. L. 0 Hem.ingway -
World Wars, seeing action on the
America, and who hall 'sl'rved' dore C Edwards and Guy C Tuesday night of each month and was appoInted Monday by Coy 1:1.00: to 10.00. the search through Friday night \ oCClclaling. Interment
battlefields France and Germ.
in the Army, Navy, Air Force Edwards, both of Lawtey; Harry that annual dues would be only Fuller Warren as a member 0' In World of War I and serving STI'ERS & HEIFERS: Cutters, and Saturday morning, from one woe In New Hope Cem..teryunder

Marine Corps or Coast Guard A. Edwards, Callahan, and Leo $2. the Board of County CommlAlllon- any 11.00 to 19.00; Canners, 14.50 to Wolfork "haunt" to another un. the direction of DeWitt C Jon.
two In Italy In World War
..of the United States CJf America I Ifn L Edwards, Fernandina; and one Tentative plans are being made ers, District 1. Bradford County, II. He years had lived In Starke, Jackennville 17:00: : Stockers, 16.00 to 18.51)( tli the negro wall finally picked

any foreIgn War, insurrection' granddaughter Barbara Sue Edwards for another joint meeting with for the unexpired term ot her COWS: Common 1400 to 10.75 .- up aA hI' started to drive off In Cottage Prayer
and Key West most of ,
or expedition which service shan New York City. the Legion Post In the near future late husband T. C. Chastain his life : Cutters., 15.50 to 18011; Can- his car, parked near the Ashley

be recognized by the authorization Funeral services will be held In with a dinner as a treat and Mrs Challtaln'. term will expire I flora 13.110 lo 15.M; Stockers.: 11.00 .- Street bal' I Meetings Are Held t
and other to tollow. January 1, 19tH. The Thrower family own property "If It hadn't have been for that I Iconsplf'uou"
01'' the Issuance of a campaIgn the Church of Christ Saturday bingo games ) to 18.r.O.I For Tent Revival
on Brooklyn Lake and spend car, no telling .whl'n'
badge by the Army Navy Air afternoon at 3 o'clock wIth Bro. The entire program of the Aux.illary She war recommended by the I D. Odom, Jr" new manager I
Board much time In this ectlon. Mrll.O. I we would have caught him, Sher.
Force, MarIne Corps 01' CoastGuard W. Herron officiating. Interment Is constructive and rehabilitating of County Commissioners I of the livestock division, annOlIRC.'I'll Everyone Is Invited to attend
A. Thrower and Mrs. J. J. 1ft Heddlsh said.
of the United States of wm be In Santa Fe Cemetery with and all eligible members and the County Democratic Execu- I' his grand opening lllalo for I Cottage/: Prayer Meetings[ to be
tive Ziegler of Therea are staters.In Wolfurk offered no resistance
America, except as hereInafter Masonic rites. are invited to join. Committee Tuesday May 15. fie experts held In the following homes for
: when confronted the officersand
set forth shall be eligible to active DeWItt C. Jonee Is In charge 01'' The next meeting will be Tuell- addition to his wife two 1Illrge run of cattle and hogs, was taken by to Jacksonville the Donlel"" Revival:
children and Mr. Thrower
memberllhlp." The Post cordially i arrangements. day May 17, a.t 8 o'clock. The Subversive Forces Is survived parents six brothers and and has promises of plenty or police headquarters for question.ing. May 10. 7:30: pm.: Mrs. O. W.

Invites all eligible men to local Auxiliary promises to be Endanger hy buyers for this alile. Alderman, with Mri. 1. D. Haloes.
Democracy four
attend the next meeting which Reburial Services lots of fun and Iota 01'' help to sisters.Final "We will have a sale each TUPII' A search' of the car's trunk' leader Mr and Mra. 0.0. Webb

will be held Friday May 23. the community. Refreshments will Rotary Speaker Says day. Bring your livestock: In early revenled a 1917 Smith & Weotllon with Mrs. E. D. TenJy, leuE'r.

Commander Jackson wishes the For $gt. Andrews be serve ter the Tuesday night Rites Monday and be assured of these high' revolver. Ii dfluble-barrel..d. shot Mrs, n. A. Thomas, with Mrll.

public to understand that the local meetinSha "Can Democracy survive and prices" Mr Odom IItlltell.W. Wesley Andrews, leader. MI', and
and of
a "travelling
post Is not restricted In its mem- Reburial services for S. Sgt. .. .. win over the forces of evil that For Mrs. Gnann F, Moore, former manager gun skillet Mrs. H. 1.. Brownlee, with Mrs.
pqulpment" Including a ,
bership to Starke alone. On the Robert A. Andrewe who was kill. < are .0 fiercely pressing the bat- 01'' the livestock dlvbdon. Is. now E. C. Mann, Jr leader.
( lUll tin and ?
ed In Germany, will ba held Sun- ycres'OWrvesI tle I Mrs. Nancy Gnann, 66, wife of bedding clothing ,
her ? 'the
contrary, Its doors are open to against today was the Iin charge 01' produce: drpl'rt. other utensils, Sheriff Reddish May 26, 7:30: p.nl.: Afl' and Mr.
eleglble veterans from Call Street day afternoon at 4 o'clock at the I Hospital Day. question asked by Dr. Rolan Stoker E. M. Gnann of Lake Geneva meat of the market, lIald. Two daltlf..r-type knives Wesley Andrews, with Rev. 1. D.

to the Four Corners 01'' the World.So graveside In New Hope Cemetery With House .' when he addrelllleci the Rotar)' died In Shadycrest Hospital, were found In the body ot the Dairies, I..ad"r. Mrs. A. A. Durden,

come on, all you flghlln' men at LaCros. Rev Donald Marlin : Open #'f.I', I. [ub here Wednesday."The Starke on Saturday, May 7, after Deeds Recorded car one on the washboard and with Mr. Clyde Priest. leader. Mr

01'' Uncle Sam, and !')In In the I will officiate and Interment will I free enterprise system, as Mrs T. K. McClane, Jr., with .
be In In commemoration of "National an illness of several months. A one down by the back seat, the anti
handshake of comradeship wIth the famll; lot under the well all every other foundation up- A. L Alvarez: of Bradford officer Mrs. McClane leader, Mr. and
Hospital pay" Shadycre"'t" Hospital native vt Macclenny, Mrll. Onann reported.Tho
your neighbors who have done ,direction of DeWItt C. Jones. held house yesterday arter. on which our American way of County to Mar le tTnd..rhlll ot FBI establlahed that the MrA. Freeman Register Jr, with wRev.

their bit to preserve the Four Besides his mother, Mrs. R. A. noon open from 3 to :5 I o'clock life I. founded Is being undermined had resided at Lake Geneva for Starke: the N 12 ft. vf lot 2 ofBlk bullet that killed Sileo" wits a L. O. Hemingway, leader

Freedomll.nLESO. ''Andrews, Sgt. Andrews Is sur- by the termites of Communism the past ten yearl. She was a 2 of A. L. Alvarez addition .
.111 cahbre bullet
automatic and Mrll.B.
pistol Mr.
June 2. 7:30 :
staff took the p.m
vived by two sisters Mr!!. J. W. The hospital Rodalillm, and A Atheism Dr, member 01'' the Oak Grove Mts.sionary Mra. Underhill Is building a $2 the !Sheriff: said It was fur"Iht'r T Thomas. with Rev. Ifainec.
: \R OF EVENTS: Burgess and Miss AIWrna An- many vIsitors on a tour 01'' In."pectlon Stoker lAid. "p.molracy was !500:>> home on the property,
Baptist pointed out that the par.tlcular lender, Mr. and MM! R. B. Alvarez -
drewa, all of MIami. founded a belief In Cod and 1hurch. Os
during the" appoInted upon E:, C. Io'anrher of Adklnaon,
Tourist Club husband she model revolver that wu with S. E. Sparks lead..r. Mr
Besides III
Tuesday at Wo- her survived -
the Bibl It is time to return
man' Club, 7:30 Military rites will be held with hours, showing them the operating to A. J. Thomas, .Jr. of Starkf: found In the negro's car will fire and Mrll. E. D. Tony with MI'9.
: p.m. to ilia WorHhlp. Let u" come by four stepsons, Jesse, Dill,
the American Legion Poet and SI'J 1-4 of Sect. 21. Twp 6 H, R revolver and
automatic bullt't. The Mr.
Wed. Rotary Methodist room, X-Ray and treatment rooms an Noble Maxwell leader.
Club back to the RibJ. Let us give 21 E alllO SW 1-4 NE 1-4
National Guard unit flf Starke and Sam Gnann all of Tampa the of had two notches In the handle. Mrs. Ew..n Lawson, with Mn. H.A. .
Ree. 12:1:1: "
Hall : p.m. and the many other interesting GOd a chance, the speaker con- '
takIng and the 8 1.2 of NW 1.4' 01' Spct.
and Elbert Gnann 01' Tarpon Sheriff Heddlllh said
Wed Lions but theyhad Lawson, leader.
Club USO
Bldg. Ightsln the well-equipped hoapltal. cluded. 19, Twp. 6 9, It 22 E. containing
apparently been made sometime !
1:30: pm. Dr. Stoker was Introduced by Springs; three stepdaughters, Mrs.Delma 160 1

Thurs. IOOF, Odd fellow meeting Challenge newly Refreshments decorated were reception served In room the, Rev, 1. D. Haines, and the program I GIIMon, Lake Geneva Mrll. acres.Nasworthys notch ago, and there was no new Red Cross Board

LtAg" Hall 8 p.m. Independent which contained arrangements 0' waa In charge of Lox Maude Moody, Palatka and Mr. Resume Meets At Noon
Sat. Amusement Game., Cath- Green. The Sheriff stated that three

oUe USO 8:30: p.m. Baseball Clubs spring t1owers. Prellldpnt Herbert Deal and Bertie Beck Tampa; and two .Is- Philco Agency witnesses have positively Identified Executive

May 13 ARC Executive Board Prt'aInt-elect O. S. Newcomb )era. :Mrs. Ida George, Starke and Wolfork as beIng at the There will be an American
:Meeting Avery Inn 12. noon. The Bradford Crackers. Indepen. concluded their reporlll on the Mrs. Maggie Iudson JackllOnvlUe. Mr. and Mrs. C. IL Nuworthy scene of the crime, and two of Board meeting at

May 16 WSCS meeting Methodist dent baseball team are chAllengIng We wlllh to express. our sincere recent dJ.trict assembly at Pen- Funeral services were conducted announced yesterday that they these have "placed him In the Red Cross this noon at the Friday Avery

Church. 3:30: p.m. any Independent dubs In or and heartfelt appreciation to our .cols. Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock In are resuming, the htlo,! eg..ncyIn store at the time ot the shooting. Inn.12 o'clock lotI' C. 1.noon Timmons from the

May 18 PTA Executive Board near Starke Lawuy, Waldo or many friends and neighbors for It was announced that an orien- Starke and will have a showroom ," office In Atlanta -

Meetlng: 3:1:1: : p.m. Brooker; who want games for the many beautiful flowers expreuitonc tation meeting will be held Fridaynight the Oak Grove Baptist Church In their former wholesale It Is alllO reported the Sheriff Southeastern Area and
will be the meeting
Olio. at
May 26 Jr, Woman's Club Sunday afternoons. of sympathy and acts at the Dixie Motor Court near Starke with Rev. S. E. grocery headquarters In the Nas-; lllald, that Wolfork and a companion luncheon. to discuss plans for a

Silver Tea Club House 4 to 8 Anyone wanting to schedule of kindness In our reeent bereave- restaurant for the following new Sparks ortldatlng. Interment was worthy building on East Call St were In Starke on the Disaster to
games should contact Wesley Mc- ment. Especially do we thank tM members of the club: Freeman In the church cemetery under the They will carry a complete line I Saturday:! before the shooting and Prepardneu future.
In the
be held
p.m.May 21 Girl Scout Bridge Rae Starke, or B.ford JrlcK1nney, Rev. and Join. L. D. Bathes.Mra. Register Jr., C. M. Turney Col. direction 0' Wilson Funeral Home, of I'hllco radios, refrigerators, and ate dinner at a restaurant In

Party Woman' Club 7:30 p.ol. Sampson City 1. D. I1cox and faml1y. Z. A. Griffin, and Clifford ltazen. Lake City other appliances, Reno (Starke's colored .etU.- lofJ's. J. Smith Chapter Chairman

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FRiD.IY MAY ". ".
rF TWO =

-- .. 01 Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton and sons' Rayhorn and Mrs. Cecil Moore of
e visited friends here last week Mr and Mr. M. F; I1azen Gainesville Mr and Mr.
Telegraph Mrs. Floyd Wiggins 01 New Starke visited Mrs John Cone I Mrs. Lillie Cone and granddaughter I Edwards of Worthington Tom I
Bradford County 1 1f'aWI..td Clay Hill Brooker River visited Mra. Rosa ptnholster Saturday.Mrs. Pat Mr and I\Ir!!. Walter Springe

Green, Mrs. Roy
ESTABLISHED 1079 E. L. MATTHEW. OWNE.EDITOa fly Iva Mae Lewis Friday.
I lJy Lllra Burgeon Mohr Green and Mra. Ruby Hodges
Mrs Jack Simmons 01 Mount-!
Every FrIday and Entered as 8er.ondI r.nea, Nebr. e a e e e were In Cainesvllle shopping Friday -
ocha visited her parents Mr and
tias. Matter at the Poet Otfioe at Stark, FlaMEMBER e . Mr and Mr. Earl Green and Mr. N. C. Mott Sunday.Mr. afternoon.Mr. riREO? ISHovip'IIYAr-

\\bln I ponder o'er Bfe'. children visited Mr and Mrs. W. and Mrs C. C. Vansickleof and Mrll. Jr. W. Markey I

-never pine, hilt enjoy" what I Mr and Mrs. J. M. Tillman here Sunday.We recently

mib.atpti.s PM A-gaB tl.15O For Six Menthe have the ftdlest..s and children 01 Waycross Ga. are glad to report that Malcolm Lewis Guy Harrell and

visited friends and relatives here L. A. Brown fa better and I. Edward Endicott were In Jacksonville -
.. one who meditates at twilight t
hour Saturday.Mr. able to be back at home again.O. on business recently.We .

and Mrs. Martin 01 Miami W. Barry III up and out and are glad to welcome Miss
On all that hae made the lIeet-
: visited their eon, Rev. Donald Mrs. W. A. Lawhon Is better. We Mary Etta Hollingsworth to our
Ing day 80
Martin last weekend. wish them all a speedy recovery.L. town. She Is employed with the
The whispering treae. the birds
ALICE E the passing shower, Malcolm Lewis and Claud A. Molt la visiting his grandmother American Tung 011 Company here

The sky aglow with sunset colors Crosby visited Charlie O. Hutch- Mrs. Retia Brown 01IIIKh and Is residing with Mr. and Mrs. R

rare: Illon ot SL Petersburg last weekend Spring. this week Guy Jarrell.
Miss Madeline Green 01 Jacksonville Mrs. Buelah Harrell Mr. Z.
So do I ponder lite' tran.lentspace.
Mra. Beady Connerly and Mrs. visited her parents, Mr. W. Hamilton and WllJard Raylorn
Ar and Mrs. Dave Green last week- celebrated their
birthdays Sunday
While brooding shadows lengthen Comer 01 Ocala were dinner guests
toward the close i 01 Mattie Sowell and Mills Mary end. with a family reunion at the home
Miss Linda Gale Green visited 01 MI'. and Mr. M. O. Harrell.At .
TALLAHASSEEWith And think what It held 01 charm Molt Friday .
her cousin. Ann Vickery 01 noon a large table wall spread
and grace, Mr and Mrll. tenry Coleman
Gainesville last weekend. under trees. Those
present were.
From dawn'lI sweet light to evenIng' Dt Gainesville visited friends and
Mr and Mrs. Gerald Roberta Mr and Mr. Harry Ware Mr.
blest repoae. here alternoon.W .
relatives Sunday of Starke visited Blrt Stokes and Mrs. Rudolph Martin and son' t
apologies to Lewis Carroll) What tho It. fairest flowers N. .Johns of Boca Raton
( I
Mrs. WI-!
Sunday. Earnest Earl Mr. .and
bloomed but to die
Alice opened the door and found it led into a large room Its deepest loves to end In partIng' Mr and Mrs. Pitt Baxter and lard Raylorn 01 St. Petersburg sue! a 600D Beer/
Mr and Mrs. Harold Stokes J. B. Tyler 01 Carolina Mr and '
filled with agitated men-some sprawling behind paper- pain: Clay Hill" He law the Buddy 'I.Mra.
visited friends and relatives tn WillIe Alvin
littered desks some huddled together In noisy little groups Its highest hopes to ,vanish In a Wllklnsona and I have.word that Rayhorn Ray-
Jacksonville last weekend. horn Mrs. Mildred Zybollska and G
and others dashing hither and thither-the whole effect sigh: their beautiful daughter, Louise Miss Mary Mott has returned daughter Laurel ot Jacksonville I' The price of beer can be loaded with ink
led to gallery To me these were not loss but and Floyd Johns were married
being one of utmost confusion. A stairway a and home alter visiting a few days Mr. and Mr. Eldon Weeks, Mr. freight or it can be loaded with flavor. ",,C op

overlooking the room and Alice mounted the steps two at a And growth lilting up gain.my soul to Heaven last land.Saturday Congratulations by Rev.!Jim I Strick-am 80 .with her sister, Mr. Hamp Con- Hattie Weeks and Mrs. Ida Weeks 1t you'd rather buy flavor instead of 1 .,.,

clip because someone shouted excitedly that It was time for I say, happy. April 14th was Joy WII- o.ly.Mr. 01 LaCrosse, Mr.. and Mr. O. W. freight buy JAX Beer. JAx is especial.ly .

the session to begin. "Thanks Father this hall been a klnllon's birthday. Her mother and Mrs Guy Plnltoster 01 Rayhorn and daughters Mrt. Eva tailored to the tastes of the Southeast. -

"Dear, dear, how queer everything Is today," Alice lovely day." gave a party for her, and Lorene Jacksonville and Mr and Mrs Harrell and daughter, Raud And because you don't pay extra a'
M. F. Wiggins of New River Crews, Mr and Mrs Harrell
though as she breathlessly found a seat. "And yesterday -Maurine Hathaway Fields writes that she had a Guy for freight you get FIVE bottles of JAX
vlllited Mr. Rosa Plnhoater Sun- and daughter, Mr. and Mr. M. D.
things went on just as usual. I wonder If I've changed In the lovely time Mr. Jack Wilkinson for the price of FOUR bottles of "Long. /
Sometimes I am most keenly day. Harrell and daughter, Mr andCONWAY'S
night!I" And she crossed her hands in her lap, alf if she were" aware of the swiftly passing daysof has been III In the hospital at I Distance" shipped beer,
doth the little- Starke but I. home now There
to repeat "How
and began
saying lessons, II Ie. This morning the poem
but her voice sounded hoarse and strange and the words brings back memories 01 the days Is' soon to be a revival at the SERVICE STATION I

used to do- Holiness church writes Lela Mae JAI-IREWINOCOMPAY! .JACKSONVILU. FLORIDA.
did not come the same as they when a child. I studied In school Carter She will soon have cucumbers !

How cloth the little lobbyist and tried to be allcceslllul and to eat. The children' high AMOCO Gas & Oil Electric Weldlni -. .... ..
I knew that childhood
happy. was
Improve each shining hour grades at Clay Hill went to Silver
neetlng. Then when my baby boy Washing Greasing Tires, Tu'- Batteries. Are
And make a yea vote turn to nay came I treasured every moment Springs on an outing. Lovely letter Sold on BUDGET PLAN.
hidden and from Mrs. J. T. l
By some strange, poem
01 his baby dllYs. Not once did I PHONE In FOR SERVICE
How cheerfully he seems to grin, leave him with anyone to look I Quigley 01 Starke. Also a letter

How neatly spreads his claws after him. No I did not want a from Mrll. Bishop Thomas 01
in Brooker who always tries all the JUDE FLORIDA GREYHOUND BUSSES t .
And welcomes legislators baby sitter. I enjoyed every min I
recipes. I send In. She has good SPEED SAFETY COMFORT ECONOMY
With gently smiling jaws. ute and hour 01 his baby daYIl.
luck. She 40 of
words said Alice, I knew that some day time and put up quarts
the right poor
those not ,
"I'm sure are bean. They sold their potatoes
and her eyes filled with tears again. distance would separate us. and and beana.III LEARN TO FLY the easy way Pay QlI
then 1 would have memories to
After a time she heard a little pattering of feet and : sustain me. Now I am glad. I anyone interested In taking you learll. Special charter trips and sight-

looked around to see that the March Hare and the Mad Hatter I have such lovely cards from hIm 40-1esson course In Bible studY? seeing trips by appointment Phone 117.
ta free. The
had joined her In the gallery. and his wile and another from papers are graded
alter each test lesson and
'Ve're just In time for the caucus race" H'uid the March my dear little grandchildren. turned. I am on my 19th lesson
took scat beside Hence now I enjoy to the utmost /JN7dNM.I
hare treading rudely on Alice's toes as he a life ,while I still have it Enjoy and I SO enjoy them. I wilL arrangefor

her. the trees whispering In the breeze, anyone to take them who
\Vhat's a caucus race?" asked Alice. the birds the passing shower and writes to me.HELPFUL. From where I sit., bY Joe Marsh

"Why," said the Hatter "the best. way to explain It 1M all. all the poet says. has made HINTS A ranch The All 'Round Tractor
lady In Wyoming mt thlll
the lair. I shall gave
those down there: fleeting day 80
to watch men .4 .
not walt until tomorrow to be hint. Cut a piece ot brown paper
Alice looked. The men down below were heatedly argu.i Tomorrow that meat Is wrapped In to tit .0' AU 'ROUND THE FARM
I have.
happy Today Would
How You It?
i jig an amendment to amend an amendment. They began III uncertain Also I enjoy my your skillet. When frying meat, Say 0'. ALL YEAR 'ROUND
talking when they liked and left off when they liked so it was friends and all people. One can cover with the paper and the fCurley

not to easy to know what was happenlg. never be entirely alone when one grease will not pop all over ... Why buy a tractor that .gives you only part.tlme service) f

The MarcTl Hare suddenly called out, "The race i 114 over!I" hall. lovely things and people to your .tove. I used just a brown Working time is what counts, and the Ford Tractor does
I think about. One sack and browned the pork and Lawsnn'seouslnfromhack what he was trying to say It "works hours
Alice. can always pray.I such a variety of Jobs that it more saves
"But who has won, asked went to the store to get beet nicely too. Be sure to cool East and a few 01 1111 !rot talking Just depends on where you ore In hours."
Why everybody has won, of course, said the Mad Hat- erlea. I make two trips otto 1 like your pie filling some before put- when he was here visiting and I the U. S., which way wounds right, more

ter in disgust. "They finally succeeded in passing a no fence to walk and take Digger along.He ting on meringue and no water ouldn't help noticing how different From where I alt, whenever we Ford hydraulic Touch Control of, Implement Positlos J
Control Attaching
law, but the opposition tacked on 110 many amendments that has se much fun. I lead him will form under your merlnA'ue. he said thing! criticize someone for sounding fun Triple-Quick .
what the darn thing means. For a quick dessert I put grahAm Implements... and the big Dearborn
not a cow in the world could tell on a leash. Every sound and For instance, he said, Lilting ny to us. we ought to think how we line of Implements makes this TIlE ,
crackers In the bottom of dish.
So everybody won you see. smell III 80 full 01 fun for him R ,that 200-pound bau of cement al80und to them. It'/I/ the same .s 011 'round tractor. By all means,
"Yes" added the March Hare, "the cows must keep off that I then enjoy thE" walk more. Slice bananas on them and then most killed me." "You mean sgcle choosing your liquid refreshment.of come In and get the facts. You
whipped cream. Chili. Good on a '
the highways, but they still have the privilege of roaming We went" thru"the city park. I hot day. cement?" asks Curley. (Thot's I'm accustomed to a moderate glass will like our parts and service r lJIiii ,

the 'back country'. The bill fails to provide however for any- have a big urn down there with Here is my prayer" : Keep, me the way we'd say It.) "No," inter01 beer-you may like ginger alerupta departments, too. '
to tell the cows where flowers that I !let out to take who'd but who' to the other' ?
one to be stationed at strategic points sweet; close my tired eyed to young Elliott spent a say wrong
'back country' ends and 'front country' begins." care 01. 1 havE! Borne myrtle vine small things that jar. Keep me Jot of time down South,"lie means I'd say we're both right I
In It and a hall dozen red gert.nlumll -
the whole thing very absurd, but they all 'poke ot .ee-ment. DIXIE Inc.
Alice thought set out. Today III cool and gay with a song instead 01 tears. nIt EQUIPMENT !
did not dare laugh : and as she could to 01 Oce 'llaldway. ,
looked so grave that she 110 good for growing thlngll. I Help me keep my sense was good for a chuckle, any- .
not think of anything else to say she asked politely, "whatis have a nice garden. Pea up and humor-lllJ me with the Holy Bag, sack or pokwe knew O' 1-136 West Main Street, South !

a no fence law, anyway?" onions ra.dishes. beets and potatoes. Spirit-to keep on loving my fellow I I
fence law said the man, Amen. Cod bless you all Phone 2639 Gainesville FJa. j
is really a -
'VeIl, a no fence law I have cabbage out and LOVE-LURA Copyridht,1949,. United Stater Brfwen FOMnJalwlI I
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lIatter. several rows ot tomatoes How

"Then why don't they. say what they mean?" asked I love to garden. The secret of
Alice. fun In gardening I. do not put out

"My dear girl that simply hm't done in the Legilllature," such a large garden. Only what

said they. the might Hatter.Stet through"It would before make the things sixty far days too were simple up."and my not you zinnias get will too use along tired., and the 1, then also Karage.put you The out do First of the High-Compression Engines of the Future

"WeIl I should think they I
Alice felt dreadfully puzzled. I batchelor button seed and touch-
would want to get through as soon as possible and go home I me-not seed from Florida friends.

she said 1\Ir. C. A, Cox ot Miami hall IIROCKETIGETS
"Oh they can't get through too early," the latter replied zinnias In bloom from the seed OLDSMOBILE IS MORE POWER

"b cause they never get anything done until the last I sent her. I wish others would

three days of the session you know." wrIte to me what luck they had

Alice sighed wearily, Then why not wait until the last with the .ed. I have a picture

three days to start?" she asked. "Think ot the money they'd from the Miami Herald<1 01 Mrs.
COX'8 son Charles and two dear
chlIdrt'n. Charles III a motorcycle MORE
"Who's Interested in saving money? the Hatter 'snapped pOUt'Aman. 1\Iy own brother who
counts in TaIlahassee.
"Nothing less than six figures lives In 1\IIaml has been to see

They find it isn't economical to save small amounts-involves them and has listed the Cox hOme _._.r .. -,
too much paper work." for .lIale_ When sold they will re- l r

"Suppose we change the subject," the March Hare inter turn to the old home near Starke PRICED CAN

rupted, yawning. "I wish they'd do something amusing like I know this ls good news to old 8I/TN "Roun" ENGINE.

voting some more money for the school system without pass- friends.I s.,, I ,-M.lie Dr1w.,..4"r: ::
have word that Editor M s"Cd"
Ing the necessary taxation measures. That's fun, he said. -, III ..". -, "' -
"llut what's the use of making R\1PI'Ofl'lations\ without went visiting over at Clay Hill .. A__ __... -.. } ( .J.toaU iw .pt.e.l Ntsar.. -

levying taxes to provide the revenue?" Alice asked naively. and saw Long Branch and the

"necause they make such nice headline' the Hatter beautiful cemett'ry. He wrote, "I

replied. "I say, you are the Innocent one aren't yoll ?" can well understand why you love

At this point their conversation was interrupted by a

florid-faced legislator gesticulating wildly, and! calling for

more economy in state government.
Ve haven't had any economy yet, so( how can we have ..

more" Alice said Indignantly."You .
mean we can.t have less:' the flatter snapped back ,

"It's very easy to have more than nothing"

"The only trouble with economy Is that everybody) wants 1 .

it for somebody else," the March !Hare[ yawned. "The Governor -

calls for economy In the Legislature and the Legislature ,

calls for economy In the Governor's 'office. The poor tax- iVNE _

payer seems to he the only one who wants economy"everywhere -

and nobody pays any attention to the taxpayer-he's

only the fellow who pays the bills, you know." ryPtatrr

Just at that moment there was a great commotion on
. Power that sets tbia 88"llld.mnhiie
COIl1I'I..t..ly 'l"tv. high-compressionpnwer"
of the house."What.s .
the floor
( other carl! Th.t.. the New Thrill action of
happening now?" Alice asked with no great degree .: the ..n..I..t.span-oMlllllolil rolls every,,a ultra-advanced new engine that takes fullcatadvantagooftodnvLfuels

of surprise. She was getting so well used to queer things itgets store cacitingenerg'; from less gas. by using .

happening that she was quite prepared for almost anything. the .turamic rinriple of h1Ilh-eomp..ion. And the revolutionary tlunk-

"They passed another bill I" the Hatter shouted in great ing .hiU\1 the .Ra.krt".. makes possible magical armashnew and quietness!
oJ the t.
glee "and it's only the fifth week of the session. The slash blues'' \
Oldsmobile. built a brand
To this brand, kind of "
J point up new elrfwmanee .... .
pine has just won a decision over the royal palm for the honor ." by
"sa' new
b.rs.lns! In insurance Is new kind of car-tle f ""ramic compact Roll l'
of being the official state tree I" Fisher a.renpialea. that "Hocket"8NEngine flash. and dash! The 88' he'sFnutratnk \\ .
0 L D S
He looked around, but Alice had gone a Windstorm policy i ailing! :And in the "88." lIydr.\latic: Drive' teams up with. Co, \\ M 0 I L E

"At any ate I'll never go there again." she said to herself the .H..et' to give YOU extra II" economy and greater dnnng ease .

as she picked her way down the crowded gallery stairs. See UI 'ou've got to try it to .:lietwill"Rot alllO featured'ket"Engine. in the .eriN an.lllvdra.Matic"98" Oldemobile.Imu) A OENFRAL MOTOR VAlU1as

Its the stupidest tea party I ever WM at in aU my life!I" .t..I..r.l..ltlil.lUent. are '

Charley E. Johns

III..... T. Wa.r It ilq CJ..erno.1!111I011... T. Whet. It Hap. r...... Agency
Thill III to notlty all .dlt.u.. ands! Thu Is to not If, all cr.dltor. and .. IS STARVE! FLA.Rap. .
claimant' of the Ealate of T. C. l"lalnianl. of the E.lat. ot Fannie CHEVROLET '
Cb..'.ln. 8r.. decea..d that you are d.ceaeed that you are to TORODE CO :
to flan your claim.' duly' sworn to : Cite your claim., duly' ,worn lo, with .
with th County Judea of Bradford I.t'ounty. I. the County Juda.: nUradrnrd Couaty -
Florida' nut lal.r than Fl.. hot later than eight month. .
...bt month. from the IIr"t publication from the tint publication ot this
ot this. not h'. or the claim notice. 0" the el..lm will b. barred Call & Court Streets 9
will b. barred by atalut of Limi- by Statute ot Limitation.. Titl. AprIl etteta'{H&T"AWUltS H.rtlad STARKE FLORIDA .. T.'m".j
tation.. Thl. April 19th. U" 19110, 1919.
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I I. C S C S of Bradford. Slat of Florida. t..". liar. Selden. Relilen' Bulldlnu! I>.aytona Court and rau**, wherein plaintiff!
S S S S S I most of the winter at the Inn and sonville. Inn.Mr. lena such cert or carte hall be redeemed "..""h. Florida, seeks l Idlvorce 1 A u control
expecting Mr. Carter's sister Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Devlne and Mr*. W. H. Redfern according to Inw the property Ally for Pit. 4-22 4t 5.13 of minor children 'j;;*I.rro'd County

Keystone HeightsROTARY are from New Mexico this week. and son. Paul of Chicago 111. were entertained at a buffet supper HeilbronnBy or cortincate ileHcrlbud.will in .be",'h old certificate t.. the. In Circuit four-.. IIr""',,,. (.uuinty. Telegraph next four shall weekly ptlbllph: :l Issues.thlOruvrIn

I, recent visitors of Mrs. Marge Saturday evening of last week. highest .tildder... at the court hou* Klorlilai Ilk ( haarery, WItness my hand and official'
The P. T. A. will meet next Lawrence Blvd. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Louise. NormanS door tin the first :Moiulny I In. monthof I>. UIIHCOO Hi.ei'h .1" plaintiff va. eat. et Starke. Florida, this April
Tuesday. May 17, at 3 p.m. at Tracey on S S S e a S S S C June, 1)44!) whIch IK the 6 day: "'h.n.'. Itnynvr lleech. Uefendant., I IS. t.i4<>.
Mr and Mrs. Rog T Beelle of Martin Lt. and Mrs. Raymond of June 1949. Puled. thIs 4 duty of ('".." Ni. 7jro.Onlev (OFFICIAL SISAL) A.:1.: Thorn. ..
WINS AWARU the school. Election of officers for Hearst. Mr. and Mrs. A B. Watson May. 1949. ..( Publication. A kittle. t..I I A* Clerk of ald Court.
The Heilbronn
of the coming year will take place. Wilmington Del. have arrivedin Home Demonstra. A. :J. Thoman' Appear. rTK" <>r' 'j.OitlIi% tot I Haven Cropby I). C.
Keystoners are ;
very proud Keystone Heights. Mr. Beedle Alfred Nelson and Mr. and tion Club met Wednesday of Clerk of Circuit Court of Pradfurd Klorencn; Kavner Keech:, Whose residence In"rwl"k Anderpon' Qren Covn
their Rotary Club who won the Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Reynoldsand Mrs. H. L. Morgan Jr. "*011 II tu': Flfirlda.. ( I Is intknown: Florida,
district at the of is associated with the Du Pont last week with five members and (offlilul Si-Kl) 11'8' 4t Gin You are reiiulred to appear. on Atty. lor I'lf. 4-22 4t 8-11
governor's prize and
children Jane Bill Col. and Mrs. John McDowell May 2:1.: In ahove .
Co. and will be at the Trail Ridge Miss Ross. A demonstration of 1041) the namedCuurt '
state convention In Pensacola! last Lake entertained the In Clrrnlt Court, llrndford fount r.KlorlUni and ranee, wherein plaintiffoieka ;
Crystal I ;
retired. leavingfor '
Plant. V. S. Army are canning and the arrangement of In divorce. In rirrnlt. ( ... Bradford County
I ( hanrery.Pi T-rnnford County
week. The prize was awarded for Young Peoples group last Sunday Greece on May 15.: They will flowers was given by Miss Ross. nko Curac, Plitlntlff.. v*. Dr.K..- Teleitraih| ehall pnbllph this Order Klorlilni In S h."".',..
the and Capt. Edward Tlmmons of the rikoknndla Curar. In next four weekly John P. Wnleh' plaintiff, v*. Mariraret -
largest delegation. on a per. evening with a splash party at Naples Italy and then I, jlliv mraiclrn) : *.u. !
stop The hostess for the evening was M. Walsh Defendant. Case
Air Force la home on leave. Capt. I tffttnililnt. CnHe Nn. 787A. Wltnenpi my hand and officialaeal
centage basis present outside of weiner roast Guests were: the Journey to Athens for a visit with Mrs. Helen Sapp. tkrder o< Pafclli-allon. .tailNetlre at Htaike. Florida, this April No. 72116. '
a 75: mile radius of Pensacola. Misses Ann and Kay Walrath, Timmons has been In Japan for I son-in-law To Spp.svRTATEIOFI"i.teilttAtn 18. I 1"49. Order ., Publication' Notice toAppear.
their daughter and .'I'ATM-Or- F.I.OH.It t <...
I Mrs. J. SKAI.:
Mr. and S. Bnpp were : OPF1CIAI. ) A.:1.: Thomas,
nine months.
The local club was represented by Bobble Bastedo Susie and Doris Margaret M Walh who... rl-
I who Is an attache of the American nran''llla (l 37% of Its .total active member Siprelle Mary Ann Morgan and Mrs. C. J. Bastedo and Mrs. visiting their daughter Mrs. Rets *, w hoee rpHlfleuce Hnd. llftilreHHINI ( Hy Haven Croiiliv., : l). (J. donce I I.: Care Ml*. P..ele Oil-
W. .1. Siprelle were hostesses at Embassy. In Jacksonville last weekend. : Krnovfi-KoroulH: l>alm. V.N.It., Ray Meiden. Holilen. 1luildIn Daytoiia more, Tnuraln Hotel Oakland. Cal.:
ship. Ann Vance; Frankle and Mike I Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Watson and Yuicoelavla. : Heach, Florida.. You are required to appear on
Walrath. Accompanying the group a party at the Inn last Friday Mrs. Bub Myrlck Mrs. B. M. u You ara required to appear. on Atly for 'if. 4-23 U 5-13 May 23. 19411. In the above named
The public bathing beach in evening. After a delicious dessert children Alfred and( Agnes. spentMothers' McRae and Mrs. W. J. McRae May. 80, 194t, Iti I the above named I Court and cause, wherein plaIntIff'
Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
were Walrath. peek divorce. County
Keystone Heights operated by and coffee at 7:30: bridge and Day with Mrs.Vataon'.1 were visiting Mrs. L. N. Norman Court* divorce'and cause llradford, wherein County plaintiffeek ".(.1..1.eKrAp" : In CIrcuIt (......t. Rradrorri Fammlr.florid Telegraph shell Ji:11h.; Order
Dick Bass of la Jr.Mr. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Halford In .i la < kaaeerr.Vlrvlnla In next. four weekly issues.WIiness ..
Gainesville now ehall thlx urder
and Mrs. W. P. Wilson and Oklahoma were enjoyed. of Live Oak. Wednesday of last week. next four weekly. lanue. O. Itlnckwood.. Plalnllff., v*. my hand .and officIal

open. family of Lake Brooklyn had as Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McKay are Wright Mr. and Mrs. Bert Charles : Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggers and Witness my hand and. official (.Tohn''050 Dillanl No. 7SH1Onlrr Kluckwooil. U..d.nl'l peal in. 1445.at "Htarke.' Florida. this April

Guests registered at the Inn this vacationing In South Carolina this Heal ..t Htaiko .Klnrldu thin April .' ....... .. '
their guests Mothers Day Mrs.Wllson's ChrUtoffers of Atlanta Ga. spent son Johnny of Jacksonville were 27. 1949.IOl"l.'ICIAI.! of .hll. Vollee<< 'nrper. (OFFICIAL RRAT.' : A.:1.: Tllonia.
week are: Mrs. Mullholand and mother and father. Mr. week. I her SEAL) A.:1.: ThomalA .\ "'l''''''.: .>.. "" .OH''' % .oi.Nihti A* Clerk of saId Court.
last weekend with !Mr.\ Christof- visiting parents Mr. and Mrs.T. Clerk( of. .Paid Court. .' I Kllliinl "l-lnckwooil, whope. r".. 1 Hy Haven( Crosby, U. C.
daughter. Mildred. of New York and Mrs. J. C. Lynn Sr. of Bruns. Lt. Raymond Hearst. U. S. N., Lake Geneva.Mr. N. Norman last weekend and Hy Haven Crosby I>, <'. lilence I I" unknown Joseph K. Hklpper Fred H. Noble

City; Mrs. Elma Haynle formerlyof wick Gr., Mr. and Mrs. J. A. has returned home on leave after fer's parents on were home Ger. T .'...nk Lnndruiii, Htaike.. Florida. i You, are required to appear on 221 Uraham llldaJax" .. "Florida.Attyi. .
by .
C. Golzwarden Mny M I!545!> In tho .
and Mrs. A. nliove nnmed for Plf 4-22 4c 5-13
fur I'lf. 4W 4t 5120In I
Gainesville of Ga. 14 months in Greece. Ally i
Atlanta. ; spending
of Dublin Ga. Mr. and Mrs.C. aid Norman
Lynn Nelson Is visitingher of Treasure Island Nakomls Fla. and Rudolph Sapp. ----- ______________ .____ ________ --- ___________________,
Mr. F. J. Capossela of New York V. Lynn and family Mr. and Mrs. Alfred and Bloomlngdale N. J. stopped Mrs. B. J. Sapp and daughter I I ......IC Court, llrndford I ounty, -
City; Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Carter Mrs. O. V. Rlgglns and family family In Atlanta, Ga. Klorlilai In <'haarery. NOTICE
Wm. F. La Morte of New York overnight last week with the H. Mrs. Leila Mundy were guests of PnlrlflH( M Kmni-l, Plaintiff( ( vaHarold Notice I I. hereby .glum that the following1\ '."rlh..' land, will lift
of Roswell New Mexico.Mr. I J. B. Lynn Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. L. Morgan Jrs.Lawtey. Mrs. P. D. Reddish Monday.Rev. .'. Krani'lM( I liKfelidiiul, Cane, *<>.lil .at puhllr .a....II"n on th. 4thliotin day of June, 114, at 13 o'clockKla. .
and Mrs. Carter have spent Richard Lewis and family of Jack. spent last weekend at Keystone :No. 72HS.Ordrr. nt the City: Mull. In Htarke. ., In pay the amount due for
Wendel Witte of Delandwas of Publicationnd I1MM totes. herein, pet .oppoplt tuf thn name together with all COM
S dinner Notice. 'In. .tppearSTATM "",'h sole| uitd. ..Iv..lleln.
guest Mr. and Mrs : OF i"Iult1flA to! eprrlpllon. N. T. li. l>MaerMr Taten
: ; A. D. Norman Sunday. Harold P .....wl.. u hope rexldence( 1..11t I'f nik 13 nriir.
: IH: 5-It Wllmiii( "'street. Charlnnton, Hiirvey. Town ofHtnrke 24 0 92K *. W '1'. Marshall 112,6'
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Knight a. ('. : 711 ft .'I I..I. 2 of Hlork
I You be of Starke was visiting Mr. mid Von. .tire required\ to nppenr on :37. orlir. rtllivey Town
ought to By L. II. FhS :MIIV. HO I 19-11, In I tin* above. IIltnn..1! nf Storks t* A *JMlneellutteoii 3. Fred Ony 33.4S
S S S S S S S S SS Mrs. W. C. demons Jr. Friday Court nnd CHUNI, *, wheirln, |>lulnilMHoekM .: Mtnrke UN II 2:1W :
of last week. ,dlvoli1 1 I ** % rentorntlon I nf. nml-I t'"n Ft of N I lift Ft of
driving a den tiamr* I Itradfcird( Cminlv I K:", of NW'i ..r .UK",: ofM'i.
NEW' Bl'SINESS OPKNH: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Forsythe at 'IVIcuraiih sit,,II pulilinli' till. onlvr, ;' 1 V.i \\' 40 (Ft 2S 8 22 Euiren Hunter 42*
In xt, four IHHIICH.Wltnep .
M YAlfWtf > weekly Com lit NK( Cur of Wl-j ofHKV4
Lake Butler ,
was visiting Mrs. I t hand ..11.1! official I .
Id Mrs. Hattie .Dllrley opening her my .r :NiU: run. W
John Clemons and Mr. and Mrs. i sell I 111 I Kllllke* u Klolldil' ( Illle April I nil Kl for Pt of lte( ..r.
cafe in a new block building on I 2J. I\.4... Themlinn. \%' HO "I. H
the main highway. She has beenIn W. C. demons. Sr. Thursday and toKKIL'lAI. HKM.: ) A. .T. '('bonus.A. ion Ft K: $0 Ft N its Ft .
I Friday' of last week.Motlce I Clerk' of Hald Court.. lo "Pt of Pvw 25 e JJR (1. If. Mill 4 US
the cafe business here for several Tty Haven (Crosby: r>. CJitHipli ] I7R ".'l of N lOS Kt of
years and recently purchaseda K. Kklplier l: 221 Omli., i< 10:H of :NWV!, of HK'l:' ofN'K'i .
Illdar.. .liickpnnvllle I Florida.Ally .
28 6 23VH n. If. T.lltle 31.41
lot and built a new home and o 1 lnlrnl...n <*. Inlroilnvewnerlnl fur, (I'ir. 4 29 4t 6120 of: SK'i of 1 HKU: of .
I then the cafe building in front. Notice. l.rllallon<< Nl'1: tlx: W Oil Ft el Kx:
IN hereby iclvilt. to tlie'nullified In < '.,'ull Conrt. llrndfwrd t'ounty. : 90 Ft A 31 Mr. Kilnn n. Mill 7.5S
Although/ there are a few finish I elnctor' niul nil I I ..Ih.... .>f PlorMilt In t hiiiicrry* All' thnt Portion of SW\&u&
touches to be added Mrs.Darley llradford; (. iinnty, Xtnte. at .Klorliln. I If I liiirntcloiiKh I Plnlntlff( v.. of HW'i LvlnirV' of fiiDill -
1-r __ that a hill will ho Inlrodiireir In thMHUxlon .. j ItMchel( I !'. I 11..II..h..h.I I..r."nnl., .5} N of Cull. 1 St M ,
began serving meals this ..r I ho I.cillNlillllle, fur thB Cane No. 7ilftOrilrr of Weller HI Kx Mnme
wfl'k.Ve wish her success In her term. of I HM'i! now tioiiveiinil. Tor tliurinriioHu ( of Piibllcallnn. ... >ollce. toM of II II. llonptnn ChllN, .
of I InlrntltM( Inir' mi net eon. >l.ror. S r\ll. .! <>!" r I O.tI" II lot A. .lelikltip, l II. W !Moore
new building.The llnulnit. in I prom-lit mtliirv, of (lie I lint..hfl I .P. Hiirtacloujrh. w h.... rifilln I- al'x,: <"iie. Lot to J. \M1MivnrilH ,
"leiuhHr I of HIM( Hrliool" I 1",,"r.J (of % it < <>e nnd iiddieH. IP: 797& I OxfordAtemiv : 2)1) 8 33 FlurUlii. Plaptle*, Inc. tf 7J
.I revival at the Baptist unity u or i ITinifori t Htiilii, tf Kltir-' (. .
"I'lilliKlclnlilii' ( I'eniusylsien: > (>ne> Lot about 23 Ft t wlileH 'I .
VI I".1 'in I h. MIIIII of tiii),.oo... (tier tri.ni, t h. ,
Church is progressing nicely. You are required' to iif'|>enr on & v hv I let( Ft N ftH
fill (hill( will ale' provide' for the.invment :MIIV :23. 1 1949 In the( nliiivu, minimiCourt I Hounded on V. bv Wel-
Large congregations are reportedand theriiof, and potirceit, front( and cilline, o h..lnl1..lnll".. ( I "'r'II H bv: loud, of ,
the Rev. Dewey Mann guest which Hniil flu II"I" ..rIK'n.' .... ...*(kM tlIV...'.... ITiidforil. County. Mnrplmll'. bv "Hlli ox 'A
H. ,
I I. Morgon Superintendent Ti'lciritti' ehiill I I tmbllnh' t It ii .>idir I.ewl' A N bv llli.rk in
speaker Is bringing interestingand Hoard of 1'ulillo( Instruction llrnil-. In. next four, wccklv IHHII.>P.Witnnea I.lvlnitpton-Trubv. ( A Co
helpful messages. ford. County "'Ior"'". 4.25&tli27 mv hit.ml and iifriclnl I Add 4> 2M. 23' rnknown 2."

Imisc-Dw4is.s'.1 c..r 1If.- ami I nt tile rite, Klurlilit, Isle April All I that Cerlnln "I'lece nf -.
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Rosier of In flrpult Court tlrailfotil fwvaly, 19. 194J. f.nnd' T.ylnart of Lot .
Palatka visited Mr. and Mrs. J. .........1... In f.haaeerr.DHvlil (OFFICIAL: I H1CAT.I: ) A. J. ThoniHK, 7-K-o-tn of 'Illoik. .1\ linn.Kin .
I' 4 ( I'lulntirf, vii. Mil.dred A* Clerk nf eulil Court, .. Add. Hounded. I H by .
M. Rosier last Sunday.Mrs. ; o. 'w .W.lrh.cf nilitnt.::: .('urn No, Hy Haven ,Cronbv U. c. Ily Lnnil. & XV by Monroe .
1UL 1*. Kntnk lnmlruni, tttarke.. FlorldA( Ht If extended U. ft rtoliert Oreen S 21!
Joyce T. Futch. Miss Mary Order of Publication. ..d %ttys. for I'lf. 4.22 41 6-13 711.epll.upeu.. Ktnrke !III" all ..
Julia Futch and Miss Elizabeth Police' la Appear K: I its Ft of i WL, of NR'iof '
A Stvecthcart on the Road In Jacksonville STATIC OF F I. Oil I lOA ti>: In Irvnlt ('""',, ttradfwrd ('0..'", HKIJ of NR'i. Kx: Par- C
Terry were shopping Mildred ('. Wolf, who.. realilatineitnd Klorlditl In 4 bancerr. role Hold\ I 211 8 12 IfnknnwnTnknown SIll
last Friday. aitilroH U: nvit 3, Nawireth, Adamiirle. ( Mcltirinott( Plaintiff I ( va One. Lot n* nenc In Peed, ,
Penniiylvanla I ( : llttrnnifl. Clinton lI..n..rnHlII.. le nook (f>7, Paws 113 21 I 12 tOil
Mrs. T. J. Terry who Is ill, had You are renulreil. to appear on fendant I'line. No. 72H9Order Two. Lot n* I .nor In T>eeil. .
The plain truth is nnvr drove a and Hhrn it aN'f'I..rot.-nll' ., ; It tales thetoughest June a, 194!). In I She ahove imm.."l o' l nbllfatl.. .p> Vollca. tApprnr. Ht.ok )H Paire. s-'H' 29 I 22 Unknown 2 OS
you" the following visitors last Sunday: Court and. reuse, wherein plaintiff. MI'TH Or' Kl.OUIIIt t.lllerniiril Com nr ,He C..r of NKM: or 'i
.uIZ.: car that displays II n many different' liilln in an easy Mriile. You swing around Strickland and peek diver.... Bradford, County 1 Clinton Mcllermolt. I. whoMoreHldvme MK'of: NK't' A run N .
and without There'smagic Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Teli-graph. shell puhllph this urder and addrena IH: D4-al HIP (1100 Ft for It Pt of n....
delightful and thrilling supects when' curves mircly. steadily sway. hIred., Jai'keon llnliilitp New York:
Strickland of Gainesville In next four weekly IeNuo.. Thence run \V ion Ft Vdo
in action as does this big roomy in I'ontiuc's handling, / cane-comfort HII- Miss Betty Wltnea mv hand nnd official,. You lire riifjulrcd, to appear( on Ft R inn Ft H 60 Ft -
and Mr. and Mrs. C. .E ml .at Stark, Florida, this !May :Mnv Z3, 1941 In the .10..". named lo Pt of Heir. Iff I 21 Unknown. 3,25
lovely-looking 1949 J'ontiac. preme in its exclusive new "Travrlux", hub and of Jacksonville.Mr. 4. 1e45. Court, Hnd CHUM*, wherein. plalntfrfperkn Com Itt PR' Cor of NKV of
wonderful. convenience with General Motors Moore (OFFICIAL SKAI.) A. JT Thorn, ..11lor..'". Pradfortl' CountyTelegraph NlO'i: *. run N 11 FtV
It's a treat just to lit !behind the wlircI I I and enjoyPontiac'g and Mrs. C. V Mayo of A* Clerk of acid. Court. shell tmhllHh this Order 107 Ft for It I't of TVTheno *- .
'Hydra-Malic: Drive5. njr Haven Crophy D. C. In bat four weekly. I (I..".*. *. run V in Fttt'
Snfe-T-New Driver View, resulting from Tampa were Sunday guests of Mr. r Frank Ijimlrum, 8tark r"l rMa.( Wltni'i>. my hiind. .Soul official TOO Ft H "IH Ft I K 100 \
the Wide-Horizon ,windshield. slimmed comer Best l of all-it's eaay to own a Pontiac because and Mrs. Fred Moore. Atty. for 1'lr. 616416117 eeal at Htarke, l-'l...rlda. thl* April I"t. to 1.1 or Ileg ID. 12 n"h.rt T.. T"8tona P 12
pillar and the lowered hood level.Witni it's priced just above the tvry Iou.'..,. Come in Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Browningand IV( 1944UFKICIAk< 11! mtrriT
eoIi.'r niittnroim A* CMerk of said. Cuurt.
and Pontiac value.
today satisfy yourself on
.n_ .ac.. famous improved straight eight' son. David spent Mothers OI'NI'Y' FLOHIIIAl It CHAN': Tty Haven Croeliy, l>, C'. 1.4ts a.4-0.IO of nlk a .1. .1
Gainesville with their son- ,CHHV.Anthony. T, Flank 1..III"'um.. Hlnrke, Florida. t1 A h'"".. Add toIuiarke
or aix cylinder .ngine idles, there iao't a sound =:;'i.r:1: : : : :::.': Day In P. HOUR), Plaintiff. vValda ... All,.*. fur I'lf. 4-22 4t S-IJ 2M 5 II n..h.rl (lreI'n '..11'I.
in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. llo..*.li l>..f...iidant.. Ca.. No. ..... '-3 or VIle a HIghway .
W. M. Dlnklns. 7293. In Clrrajlt Court, Hradford Ceajnty.Klorldnl ..,l.l. I I.. H.rk., 2M I al nubl. O. Ore..n S'I 531v
i ORDKrt OK PURt.I<'ATTON In t bnneevr.Charl 'lii Ft .r tAut 4 .a T...' 5nr
Mr. and.Mrs. I... R. Futch Mrs. ANI NOTICW TO( APPEAR ; 'a H Meyer, Plaintiff I V*. Silk 2 lIiKhwllY Ad"tn
Starke. BTATW' OP KUJItlI to! France II. Cane Cook U"
400 Temple McGrleff Motors Meyer, llt'fendilllt. Ift..rl.1I 25 11 sa V. A.
Ins Bishop and S. J. Futch of Valda.. hoed,. whom* r".hl'n", ) aniladdreoa No. 7SRHtlrder I lot ..r T..n.1 tloimuIed nn'N.
Avenue Florida Jacksonville were visiting in Law. In: 51 llublmrd /Btreet: Mill- ..f lnblleatlon. A WoilceAppenr. Ce lv Iv, '
ton MnHHiichuaett' ] XTVIrl 0' PI.OIIIII totKraiireH wit, tv : .t I:"n.V,1, li .
I tey last Sunday.< You are re'iiilrei1. to appear on II. I.. hone reNldunc "'V 1.lv..Truhy A".I l': bv .
Mrs. L. H. Hill and Mrs. H. C. Juno 6, |949.{ In. 'the ahnvH rwmeil and ndilreNN rt.: "I l ,:iwton street, Cherry 141 & H hv f..1 -
j Court and cause wherein plaintiff HiickeliNiick' New JemeytYou : 7 ..t rllk t In T.lv.Trulov
Kelly were shopping in Jacksonville peek llvorri>. Tlrmlforc] County. nre required. to appear on a 'n. A"I., to 'f..wn. of I
last Telegraph' shall publish thin orderIn :May ta, 1140, In the above "mimedCotnt .Stark.. 25 0 U flr.oJv n. TllNhnp S Jf"it
Saturday. next four weekly tNue. *. and en tie,*. wherein plaintiff. I 1 .17'J' l's L'it .
NEVER B-U-Y BEFORE YOU T-R-Y Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Roberts WitnesS my hand ana offloral, peek dlv....'... Irrudford( CountyTeleKriiph cf tJII.RI. fIv.TriiI.y. :. ::::
I Coal I at Htarke, Kliirlda (his May. Phnll pnbllnh I his Oril..r. .to Cum. A.I.I Pn HI.rk. a" 5 n fI..I". II VtI.hnp, 3 25
were in Jacksonville last Friday 4. 1 IM*. In next four weekly |IN">ie*. ,l.IIsasIn.Tr.ily. A c...... a"h.II"11'1'1.: .ti SKIj3M _
visiting Mr. Roberts' sister Mrs. fOFFiriAT." SKAT) A. J. Thorn. \VI1nep my band and official( SI 13 .
A. Clerk of nald onnrt. peal nt Htarke, i"iil'IItt., till. April 1.(.'. I I&. lot nil I&V' --u------ C
J. W. Andrews who la convalescing Hy Haven Cropby, t>, O.T I IS. 141 ii:' rt of 'Ill' ... t1 Ie
from a recent operation.Mrs. Vrnnk IjHiidriim, "Mtarke' Florldn. (OFFICIAL ,HK\t.) A. .1, Thomn, ('::14 .I:1:: (7 It !\I..rk .i'nlomiin' 'f1I'
.Atty. for rir. tie 4t sizrit Ae Clerk f>.r mild CnilitIty .... V .r nlk) .7 1I0".r VIlluuiuiU( --, I lIlt
0. L. Futch Is visiting her Hitven. Cruphv. li. ('. I'. I 4 PI I Fm .r Tot! :J"
Hlnrke. Floildn. 'A Tale .11'1.' 711I
T Frank I.Mn.lrlini. of 1111
rinrrrr OCHT. nn UIP'n"(
Beulah Revels
daughter 4-23 4t 5-13 I U 'I' .1., "I..rn .n
<-..IM'IV Pl.Ollllltl I* IIIAMAbraham Ally fur Plf. "I .r "Ik
In Palatka this week. I ........ lI.. 4Stork.. :rot II :rl
'C.ltY.: I.. I 1..,.,(It S ..n.t. lI.n.It..1 I ...,..I y. t .tip ..' 1111. 19 T n, Wllkl" '..011I
Rev. and Mrs. Ballard Wilson Ida KaMnoKltl 1 llablnowltn.Defendant.Plaintiff Lies, v*1 r'lorl..lnl .', 4 hnncery.Wllllitoi tl"uu.'t'l (I" A SIrC. .,. e. Mtining ft'st'un.hui. '
have their this week 7294. | r', fhilet, l't"intit?. v* I .; 5eICI'uleluft :rlt 0 22 ,
as guests No. . \Vm. fI. Senders loll
OimRfl: OF prnMPA.TlOW. I'aullnn Miiry I'hrl..l.I"r..t. I .h II-lot (Ilk (TI
Mrs. Wilson's mother Mrs. PearlC. CIIPII No. 7Sr,7.Order suns. icr.. '", :II II,2:1
AND NOTICH TO APF'ICAI49ITAT .... I "j :'k": tr. A, Slanasse ii 84
o, ''.bllr... VolleeAppear. C. Tote 5.5-5-7-9,, !
Vickers of Talladega, Ala. OF( KLfmmA. lo: .
.... 051,1t5
II At. ,, II
.. weal,1] OF Pl.nitlllt li'l 1..1 t 'r IlIk 2 "
her sister Mrs. J. K. Simmonsand Ida. Kablnowlt, whoa repltlnneela Pauline Mary Chrlpt, whim* replrtenc I- 0-0' of (Ilk V P II. A, Manissli. I 7%
little daughter Suellen of : B'l York!" Kaet 14pt| Htreet, lrunx.New .. and .adtlrep. I-I07' W. (timth 1 r..... .J.II ..t Ilik .1 II A. M lmisN, 101
Street. Nnw. York City, New York: 'Iota 1.M..I/I lor '"Ik II "'' lfrel. Ilernes S fill
'a on
Morehead City N. C. June You 0, are IIMt.required In the ahov appear.* named You are required t.. appear. on I..a '.'...10 ..t '"k 4 II A ltnhtssC I lIlt
t5'i!. .IutIs.'
ahuv finnied
In the
Mnv 21. nlt'l.
Caurt: and: cause, wherein plaintiff I Court and cit tics. wheielu. plaintiff T.. ('.n_.... <(<'U, e' "........
peek* 4 I vorre. Bradford 1 County .
YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK Telacraph( shall publish this Order peek divorce( Ifradford. ( ....untv'l'elogrutph -
shell thl I. (Order
GUARANTEEDW In nest four weekly 18'''''", I iiubllph: : .
Witness my hanil and official In next four weekly Ipeue -I-

GROCERY & MEAT SPECIALS SEE JAX PAPERSLang's peal. at Starke, Florida, this May .WItness mv: hand, and till official, ,
THESE & MANY MORE B. 1'14'1. peal at Htarkv, Florida, ( April
OFFICIAL 8RAt A. J. Thoma II, IU4*.
A* Clerk of said Court.y (OFFICIAL I ""1A r.) A. J. Thoma", .
W ( I> C. A* Clerk' of pnltl Court
I. Haven Croahv
Where Your Physician'sWishes
A. .1. Thoma. Jr., Htarke, P'InrI.la.Atty. Ily .Haven. Crophy. I.. C.T. .
for Plf B6, 4t 6117 Frank I.nnilruin" tlh..4k.2ltrJlln: .
National Atty' Cor I'lf. ;
In fircoIt "Court llmdlurd County.Floridi In S leenlt c.'f. llradford f outity.I'lorldnl .
In < ".nr..,,.. In baneery.
Htephen' Mopak. Plaintiff v*. Illliln"i France .Mntiiwora I'lalntlff. VII Become Realities
>*uk. efendnt, ('lice No. 725". Peter Mataicora." I'efeiidnnt., Tape
Order ... rnblleatlon. and No 1254order
No. 2 112 can / Smoked > CORNED ...... C.. Ap.'..' 1 nt Publication. Motlce laAppear.
)" "TATI' oV FI.n'tIOA' lo": "'r" I r: 0.' KIOHIIl lot
Hilda Ho..k. whose reld. .nc.. I I'*: .Peter Mataaroril.' whnpe repldenre ,U
1(9 8tlle. : abeth, N. J : 10 Taft'Ave., NewbillKh New York:
:{ :. :t.XII: : i iJu.
You are to appear on You are required' n, appear cmMay
3-DAY SERVICE ... e'h. 1941. In the .ahove. nammt. 2.1. I 114't, In the ahove n..'"...1
BEEF Court .sMut ran**, wherein plaintiff Court and.,I caiitte, wherein iilttlntlffeek _
F Bacon *...k. divorce. Hradford. County .. illvorcv. r-rndford. C..untyTeleicraph
KRAUT Teleirraph. shall pnhllph this Order shell puhlleh I IhlHOrderIn __ I II
I .
: ,
; : : ,
NICK In nest four weekly l scud n, next four week Iv iNpuen. t, _
BANDS Witness my hand and official. Witness my hnd and official I ri L I I'I
\\ WATCHES & coal at Htarke, Florida, (thl. MayS peal ar !!Mlarke Florida. this April _
1545.oleFlerAt. 15. 1t4' ; ;
C -
4 % ( SRAM: A. J Thomn. (OFFICIAL BKAL: ) A. J. Thoroa Lt -
29 t SANDERSWATCH A* Clerk of .laid Court. A* Clerk of paid Court
..v Hven. Crophy. D. C.Jopenh tty Haven Crosby, r'. C.I3EAt'rlI'y !.
/1 3S"c. K. Hklpper. 191 (IrahamHldr. I
c. REPAIR .. -ltonvllla, Florid' : -
10 Atty. for Plf. 5il! 4t till : ; i-gortc'r: >

--' .-. LI)( ,\TED I.V HOLLYWOOD VOCK 110mlTII: I -Ia I

C.tMEKA & GIFT SHOP. Net lev ., Application for T*< II..... i.. -.
(lf'usc. Hill No. 113) TIlE NIVSUNMASTER: i tt4et.,
Notice I* hereby a-lven that / A. I- '
Call Street at RaIlroad J. McKlnney, Jr. the holder. of (the I II ,
STAKKK FLA. followlnic( certificate. ha* fluid' ft..ldcertificate I p
for a tax deed to he l ecu-
ed thereon. Th* oertldcat nurnher oil A 1.. t. A I, IT M I N IT M I

,year of Issuance. the deeiirlptlon 47
of the property .nil th. name In -
Back Bones lb. 10cMcGrath's which It WMH aepd are .* follow -, FREE: EI4TIM.tTEM! I .
*: Certificate No. .18 Year of
e. Ippuanc: 1947. r>e. crlptlon of ProPrlyi -| ll INSTALLATION
NK'i of NWV4 Hectlon Sl.Townehlp .>
WELDINGWe T Mouth llanve. II Knet.rontalnlnc .' McCOUl) FIIHNITIIKK'
forty acres more or I IceS.
LC Namn In which .**..**....: J. A. JMcKlnney & NOVELTY; SHOP F

C f ( Jr All.of .aM _ _
16 no* 21.1 "rtUrkr.' Fla.
property .helniv. In the County of
PORK & BEANS 3 E25c f'jr"I Bradford. Htale. of Florida. Unl I.p.
CANS such certlflcat. or certificate( plmllhe .
redeemed accordlnir to 'law the .
i property .tcrlbd In Much certificate(, MOTIIKRS! Register Tb.
t ,.. or '..rUII....'... will, b* coil| lo the
.. s:: hlarheet' bidder. at the court house New Baby for Valuable When physician decide certain drugs win; \
Package ((30 giant size) door on the tlr .t Monday In monthof your
80CountMarcel June, 1949. which I Is the Icy of, Gift A tOur Ktora it takes
offer. the people of Starke Jun., l>41. Dated this 4 day help you he write a pretcriplion but

Napkins lOc Sandwich Bags 7c and vicinity one of the moat Court May A.' J.1941 of Thoma i-tradford. .. l Clerk County, of, Fin." ."("''.0"1 :,...-,!;. the skill and knowledge of an educated experienced

Official Heal- tl. 4t > io'U5: )-" pharmacist to translate your doctor's desires into

modern and finest equipped %.ee< : lI t.J'
White Wheat or PullmanSetzer's Loaf (lloue Hill No. UU : Isesith aivin disease ghtinj medicine.. Therefore -
Scott welding chop mn/where. N..tlc. I I. hereby iclven that <7. A.Knill' WEARF.v"p.laIae
'''. th. holder of th. followln; aervic
,certificate( has filed saId rertlHcare you want the best in pharmaceutical *
rolls 29c Bread ]lOc All) Work Guaranteed for a t*. fd to b* IpMued. thereon. for the Child

Towels, 2 .- of The|luu.n"eertlBcat. tba number deeerlptlon. and of year the From Birth to 12 Yearn Old -and that i i. what we .prepared to offer.

SMITH'S GARAGEAND property and the name In which
i It wa* ..****..d are a* follow*: Cartlrlc RONNIEDONNIESTORK
.le No. II*. Year of l",tianr*
:MACHINE SHOP 1147. r>e.erlptlon of PropertyI.ot*
( Acock PEACH PRESERVES 2 lb. - 29c 1. S 0' Hlk I. Lincoln city <*',+ of I KOCH DRUG STOREI.Lr

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May Breakfast Junior Club Farley-Altman; I Girl Scouts Pitch Tents, Chop Wood, Cook; all.beds. A good time was had by

..... .' Climaxes Woman's Plans Silver Tea Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Altman of Return Home Tired, Happy, And Sunburned The Scouts want to take this
-,,' i\. Club Social Year Miami, formerly of Starke, an- opportunity to thank Mrs. PaulE. '
Members of the Junior Woman'sClub nounce the marriage of their Thirty-five sleepy Girl Scouts Canova and Miss Nina Bishop I'
< Climaxing the social year of the I held their regular monthly daughter Lilymae, to Eugene crept silently into bed around six the campfire going. for assisting on the trip mid all
\r :> Starke Woman's Ciub was the meeting Thursday evening of last Farley, which was solemnized May bells Saturday evening without Bright and early ((5:13: to be the many parents who helped
delightful May Breakfast given week at the Club House with Mrs. I even being ,told. exact) the girls were on their make the trip the success it was
H. H. Adams, and treading
president presid little feet
a n-Ideof'e Wednesday noon for members and The newlyweds are making their At 2 pm. Friday May 6, unsteady
Office Gladys Mooty I III. creek for their morn-
their house guests. ing.Plans at 171 NW 26 St., Miami. toward the Island"
these same girls then highspirited "Unknown
Phone 29 Editor: Phone 3S were made to have a Silver I II I Ing bath.
.- I Spring flowers were uaed Tea on May 26, honoring the left the U. S. O. building and Breakfast was served around Features Prehistoric
- - -- ---- ----------------- throughout the vestibule, lounge,
Senior High School claas girls [headed three miles out on New 1 a.m and camp dismantled. A
and club room in beautiful ar- I I At Park
MannIn Birthday Party I rangements.' and their mothers. Proceeds will Local News I Blanding Road via bike to set up round of baseball was played and Monsters
be. used for redecorating the ClubHouse ____ an all-night camp. They arrivedat at 8:30: we set out bikes and
Honor Society For Sandra RoweLittle Greeting the guests' at the door kitchen. Miss Lillian Stump their destination around 3 all, for Kingsley Lake. Many "Unknown Island", a spectacular -

Miss Mann, sister of I Sandra Rowe celebratedher were Mrs. J. W. Kincald, social and Mrs. Guy Sale will be chair-. Mrs. H. E. Tucker and Mrs. o'clock, pitched tents, chopped thanks to the S. R. Johns, for adventure film about an expedition
E. C. Mann Margaret, Jr of Starke. has eighth birthday anniversary chairman, assisted by Mrs. R. P. men of the affair. Pauline Torode are leaving May wood for an all night campfire, the use of their place. I to a strange Island In
been made a member of the Wednesday afternoon of last week Stubbing and Mrs. J. R. Kite. :Mrs. Following the business meeting IT for Woodhaven, N. Y.. accompanied and conked dinner. After dinner Patsy Kucera passed her 100- I, the Pacific will occupy the screen
Senior Honor Society at the Georgia when her mother, Mrs. Dock C. H. Nasworthy and Mrs. M. F. Miss Garnlta Hutto presented a by Mrs. Elva Stewart who the girls Indulged In a game of yard swimming test and one- at the Park Theatre Sunday, Mon-
musical program which consisted will stop off in Washington, D.C. football and later sat around the minute floating test while Jimmie
State Womana College Val- Warren, entertained at a party. Brown Invited the guests Into the day and Tuesday.
dining room. The dining tablea of two solos by Miss Evelyn to visit her mother and daughter. campfire for a bit of singing and Moncrlef also passed her 100
dosta. The Warren home W. Madison There is plenty of exciting action -
on -
I formed a horse shoe with the Stump, and a group from the Mrs. Tucker and Mrs. Torode will story telling. Just before turningIn yards. In the first aid department,
Inclusion in this organization indicates Street wee beautifully decorated speaker's table In the middle. The Glee Club in charge of Mrs. A. J. ; attend the wedding of Mrs. Tuck for the night Mr. and Mrs. H. top honors go to Mary Sue Ep- involved .when the Into member
superior achievement In a with arrangements of spring centerpiece for this table was a Thomas, Jr presented several er's niece Margaret Carolyn La- A. Lawson donated enough Ice I person for the beat headache of of the expedition run such
student's academic work. Mls flowers. the hours 4 to '6 numbers. cream for each and prehistoric monsters as the giant
During tall pink candle In a low holder' lion daughter of Mr. and Mrs. every thirsty the day, to Tiled Ruth Bradenfor
Mann was officially recognized o'clock the 33 youngsters played depicting a Maypole with pastel Hostesses, for the evening were Walter S. LaMon to Joseph Rich- little mouth. the-most upset stomach and tryanosaurus, dlnosaurus, and
for her attainment on Honors Day many children's games and prizes ribboned streamers which extended Mrs. J. W. Rltch. Mrs. Don Page ard Burke on Sunday May 22, An all night guard kept vigil to Jimmie Moncrief for the pret- giant sloth.
held recently at GSWC. were awarded to the winners. out to a circle of celluloid dolls and Miss Lucile Mitchell. and also attend the reception at over the camp. Two girls per tiest scratched: ear. Philip Reed Virginia Crev.
dressed In pastel looped gowns. Forest Hills Inn Forest Hills L. hour were assigned to duty. Their At four p.m. the girls again Barton Mac Lane and Richard Den
The base of the Maypole was Surprise ShowerAt. I. Mrs. Tucker and Mrs. Torode job was to see that all went well, saddled their bikes and headed ning head the capable cast of this
banked ;with spring flowers and plan to be gone three weeks, to keep the sleepers covered and toward: home and soft feather clnecolor film.
Dlumosos fern. At either end of St. Edward's For stopping off in Pine Harbor Ga.
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the speaker's table and; at Intervals Mr. & Mrs. ConnorsA enroute home to visit Mrs. Tuck-;i
down the adjoining tabled er's other brother and wife Mr
'J, were placed small May baskets of lovely surprise miscellaneousand and Mrs. John E. LaMon. DEXO NUTLEY FRESH CUT
PARTICULARthoughtfulness multi-colored flowers Interspersedwith kitchen shower was given Mrs. W. F. SwTnyer of Los
sprays of trailing fern. The Sunday morning after Mass, at Gatos, Calif., why has been the
tall metal pedestal baskets placedat the Catholic recreation hall by guest of her sinter, Mrs. W. H. Shortening OLEO. BUTTER31b.77c
in serving, and extreme either end of the stage held the women of St Edward' Par- Ncllman for the past several
pastel colored gladioli and Easter sh. The honored guests were Mr. weeks, left Wednesday for a visit
modesty of cost have justly 1 tb. 20c 11t. 67cLarge
lilies. and Mrs. Thomas Connors of In St. Simon's Island, Savannah
'signalized the worth and merit of Seated at the speaker's table. Ralford whose home was par- and Atlanta, Ga. she will returnto
Mrs. tially destroyed by fire several California the last of the month.
our well known service. wore Smith, president : Mrs. John rr.
of the club, Mrs. R. A. Green, District weeks ago. Christiansen spent
Director, Mrs. H. H. Adams, A long refreshment table set Thursday of last week in Tampa
Golden Maid Colored Oleo tb. 31c
DeWITT C. JONESPhone resident of the Junior Woman's up In the Hall was overlaid witha with Mrs. L. E. Moseley who has Headless, Ocean ,
Club, and past presidents: Mrs. hand made crocheted cloth and recently undergone an operation
7 Starke, Fla. W, E. Middleton, Mrs. L. A. held an arrangement of Easter Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter SHRIMP lb. 59c Ann Page Mayonnaise, qt. 59c
Davis, Mrs. Edward Bums, Mrs. lilies, carnations Queen Anne's attended the annual homecoming -
Herbert Ritch, Mrs. K. O. Duncan lace and marigolds. Two smaller festivities at the Long Branch

Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur and Mrs. E. K. Perrymanand tables where the many lovely Baptist Sunday. Church; near Maxville, Ann Page Mayonnaise, pt. 33c
also Mrs. J. R. Hill who offered gifts were displayed were over- \
local funeral home enables ua to offer conveniences and the Invocation. laid with hand crocheted and Quick FrozenPERCH
services not otherwise available. After the Introduction Mexican drawn-work cloths. NOTICEThere
of past
presidents and guests of the club In charge of this delightful af- will be a working of the FILLETS lb. 33c Talco SCRATCH FEED:
'" members, the meeting was turned were Mrs. Harvey VanVleet, Beulah Church Cemetery, Clay ,
We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and over to the social chairman, Mrs. Mrs. T. F Grady and Mrs. Albert I County, Saturday, May 21. Everyone 25 lb. . 1.07
accept ANY life insurance policy In force Issued ..by ANY Clncald presented a skit entitled .1 Hartmann. They were assisted Interested Is urged to go
by Mrs. J. C. Wallace, Mrs. with tools to
company, as payment In part or in full on a funeral. "The Art of Reducing" with Jim .
Sunnyfield 100 lb. 4.25
Consultation carries no obligation.NOTICE. Black, Buzzy Green and John I the Ogden State Bates Farm.Donald and. Mrs. Gilbert of -
Mack.; Newsome taking part. Following -
on the program was a BACON Sliced lb. 65c
Chinese musical number "A Trip Ray Tilley Ann Page KETCHUP, 14 oz. 18c

to Chinatown", with Pat Bowers Honored At PartiesDonald HARTFurniture

Taking Ann Johns part, were Jimmie Ann Moncrlef Manassa., lona TOMATO JUICE, 46 oz. 23clona
Ray Tilley. SKSN son
Martha Landrum, Pam Lawson, of Mrs. Peggy Tilley Snaller, who 'Super Right Quality
Ann Bunch, Joyce Kelly. and has been home on a 40 day fur- '' 'FLOUR, 10 Ib. bag 63c
Joyce Morgan. "Memory Time"was lough from Kodiak, Alaska, has
presented by Mrs. R. A. been the guest of honor at several:

Green who gave a poem followed parties during the past week. Don Heavy Western BEEF: lona FLOUR 25 Ib. .

|We Are NOT Going Out Of Business!! by by a James song "Long Black,Long accompanied Ago"' sung atthe at Ray Long reported Beach to, the Calif.Navy on Base May STARKE COMPANY Phone 80 bag 1.19

piano by Mrs. Kincaid and 10 for further assignment for his Fresh Ground Beef lb. 43c lona FLOUR S Ib
Buzzy Green and John Mack 10 months remaining enlistment bag 33c

We have served Starke sine 1911 made our Newsome with harmonicas. Tuesday evening of last .week SPECIAL
,Several piano selections were Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller en- CHUCK ROAST, lb. 55c Ann PageSalad .

,home here and intend to stay. rendered by Norma Canova. Bill tertained at a dinner party ,at I Dressing,. 8 oz. . 15c
Green, dressed in a cowboy outfit their home on Eighth Street for Sofa BEDSWere
gave two cowboy numbers, accompanied several of their son's guests En- SIRLOIN STEAK, lb. 83c
We have just received a new shipment of Extra; by his mother, Mrs. joying the occasion were Charles Ann PageSalad

Special Gifts for Graduation and Invite you to R., A, Green. A rendition of i Shepherd, Cecil Sewell, Mrs. 89.50 Dressing, pint . 25c
modern boogie woogle was presented Christine Sinks, Mr. and Mrs. W
I see our windows. by eleven year old Carolyn T. Tilley and Miss Peggy Tilley.
Now 69.95SOLID MULLET Fresh lb. 25c Ann
Crews of the State Farm. Modern Last Friday evening 18 of Don's Page
Interpretive songs were given by friends gave a picnic, swimmingand Peanut Butter, 16 oz. 35cAnn
The reason for our recent Auction Sale was to Lou Green, accompanied by her dancing party for him at
mother Two piano seelctlons I Keystone Heights Park. MAPLE PagoGrape
liquidate stock. "The Butterfly Dance" and "Mod. Sunday afternoon a swimming Fresh Dressed & Drawn
ern Swing" were presented by party at Kingsley Lake followedby DINING ROOM Jam, lb. jar ., 23c
Margaret Rose Duncan. The pro- refreshments and all attendingthe
FRYERS Florida lb. 55c
Come and see us for your Jewelry Gift needs. gram was concluded by two solos theatre In the evening was \nn Page
sung by Mrs. Edward Charbonneau enjoyed by Don Tilley, Jim Brown- Suite t .-. 9 pcs. Grape Jelly, lb. jar . 23c
accompanied by Mrs. Perry- lee Peggy Tilley, Mr. and Mrs.
man. For her encore she sang Robbie Shaller, and Mr, and Mrs. Armour's Pure Lard, lb. 15c
"Cruising Down The River" in W, E. Tilley Cecil Sewell and $245.00MAHOGANY .Inn PageCherry
which the members joined In the Pat McGriff of taSrke and Mr. Preserves, Ib. jar 31c
Harley F. Strong chorus. and Mrs. Leland Atwood of Jack- Armour's Pure Lard, :3 lb. 45c

Assisting Mrs. Kincald In dispensing sonville. MAHOGANY Inn Page.Apricot
hospitality were five junior
hostesses, Janet Anderson Birthday Observed I Velveeta Cheese, 2 lb. 83c: Preserves, tb. jar 25c

Madge Brownlee. .Dottie Sue Suites
Still Slarke' LeadIng Jeweler Biggs, Peggy Ann Wiggins and With Swim PartyA .

J Betty Ann Flynn. swimming party at the Ed- lona Pork & Beans, 16 oz., 2 for 19c
Following the breakfast and de. 229.95MAHOGANY 9
ward Burn's cottage on Kingsley
Ightful program the executive
Lake marked the 13th
board members held their regular anniversary of Mary Sue birthday Epperson lona Tomatoes, No. 2 can, 2 for 27e',
business .
meeting.Dinner Tuesday afternoon from 3:30:
to 6:30.:
partyHonoring Delicious refreshments servedto DINING ROOM Ann Page Sparkle Desserts, :3-20c SAVKuptolSc

CLEAN Scotts the group included a lovely
t pink and yellow birthday cake. on a pound!

Mr. and Mrs. J, T Quigley entertained Helping Mary Sue celebrate the SUITE Ann Page Tomato Soup, 3 for 27c :. r
at Dinner Friday evenIng occasion were Martha Landrum,
at the Brown Derby Cafe In Nancy DuPre, Florence Brown, Was 329.50 NECTAR TEA lb. . 95c
Anne John, Ion Gold. Cream Corn No. 2 13c ,
Used CarsAND honor of the twenty-third wedding Lucille McRae. Mar ,
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Wll- tha Ann Winkler and Anne Manaa- Now 229.75
bur A. Scott. The long table was sa.Mrs. Nectar TEA BAGS. 50' 43c
I Sweet Peas No. 2 .
centered with an antique hob- T. Frank Landrum assist olla can 12c
nailed vase of pink Crocus and ed Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr in
covers were laid for eight, caring for the young guests.D 7 pc. SOLID MAPLE OUR OWN TEA, lb. 91c
A three-course dinner was serv- {Wesson Oil, per quart Sic

ed to the following: Mr. and Mrs. Dinette SuiteWas Our Own TEA BAGS 48's 39c
W. A. Scott Fred A. Scott, Miss ,
TRUCKSAll Edna Noegel, Miss Susan Wallace .Bac Daily Dog Meal, 25 lb. 2..>0

and,Mrs.Leonard.Quigley Noegel and Mr. STARKE FLA.' 129.95 OUR OWN TEA, Iii.lb. .r :!.)c

At the conclusion of the meal Sun. 1U,..... T...-..., Now 89.95
May 15-17 2 Ib. 25c
the party :went to "Ecum Secum", I I Winesapp Apples, OUR OWN TEA, l\2-Ib.\ . 47c
the home of Mr, and Mrs. Quigley Unknown Island
where an enjoyable eveningwas I
.' Makes & Models spent.YWA. Virginia Gray it Phillip Reed. 5 pc. MODERN Our Own TEA HAGS, Wffa 75c
AlM "ThU Imerlon" I Golden; RipeBANANAS
MeetingThe & Cartoon
I bimonthly meeting of the Wed., Th..,-.. May lit, liIKJt'ULK SUITE-was 398.50 2 lb. 25c KOOL AID, Assorted, per pkg. 5c i
Baptist Y.W.A. ,was held at the FEATIKE;

\ home Thursday of Miss evening Dolores of last McKnight week In This Corner Now $275.00 Talco Growing Mash, 25 lb. 1.19

R i SELL OR TRADEDOWLING with club Miss eight assisted Mel
, Tegle, sponsor presided over the Saga of the WestWith

? .& business meeting.
WSCS To MeetThe Frl.. Sat. May 20, 21 I

WSCS of the Methodist IKU'BLK: FEATURE: ALEXANDER SMITH 25 tb. 1.23

Church will hold Its regular busi- Design For Death Were 98.50 Juicy LEMONS, 432's, doz. 39c '
WAINWRIGHT ness and program meeting at the 100"JO.. 4.83
church Monday May 16, at 3:30: Academy "" "ar.11nlll'r'
\ p m. And Now 79.50Sat. New White Potatoes, 5 lb. 32c

b Pride of the WestWith
310 Temple Avt.i
Bridge Date Changed William Boyd English Walnuts, 4 oz. can 35

Phone 179 Starke, Fla. The date of the Girl Scout Cartoon "Donald's Happy Birthday ends our big sale

I I benefit bridge party has been I ," 41 Chap. 5 "Mask Mar -Buy now-pay less Dried Nectarines lb. 25c
changed from May 20 to Friday vel" serial
a rt s!_
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Mrs. Eustis McKnIght and Capt I* A, Allen Jr. of Atlanta. H. B. Sullivan spent Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs, J F. Jaudc.i: spent

daughter, Dolores, were In Columbia Ca. was a dinner guest of Mr. anti with his parents, Mr and Saturday night and Sunday In I I :
S. C. over the weekend visit- Mrs. p. M Barefoot Monday of Mrn.\ R. S. Sullivan In Branford. Tampa. visiting Mrs. Jaiiilm.'s par- 11111 lll I ALVAREZ' STORE iSSfflTS I : : 1!

Ing Mrs. McKnlght'a mother :Mrs. last ,week Mr. and Mrs. A. K. McKinney ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M Clyatt ,

B L. Langston. Mrs. L. D. Haines Mrs, P. E. Canova and Mrs. B. had as their weekend guests :Mr\ Darby Peck a student at U ofF

and daughter Mary Louise, accompanied F. Flowers were business visitors and Mrs. I. H. Hazen of Jacksonville ]; .spent Mother's DayO.lth his I -

the McKnlghta as far In Jacksonville Monday. and their son, Everett from mother, Mrs. S. L Peek '

I N THE NEWS Ba Wedgefleld S. C. to visit relatives Mr... F F. Stump left Wednesday Tallahassee. Dr. and Mrs. Rolan R. Stoker R.B.ALVAREZ&SONTKANSFEnANDSTORAGE

..... .. .. .. 4 over the weekend. for Amherst Va. to attendan Mrs. May Hawkins and son. accompanied by Mrs J. Thorn-
Mrs. A. Y. Covington spent the' annual reunion at the Wood's Paul of Waldo wore guests' In 'quOst. Mian Edna Noejrel, and

VV. B. Thompson Jr. of Tulsa Mrs Robert E. Tanner of Bald early part of last week In New family home. A birthday party Starke over the weekend. Miss Amarlne Thompson of Lake local

Okla. Is the house guest of his win spent the weekend with her Orleans La. as the guest -of her will be held Sunday for the four Percy Sullivan Jr. Is visiting City, attended the State Convention We Clp"'rate

brother-in-law and sister-in-law mother, Mrs. Laura. I. Powell. :Mr. brother. She met Dr. Covington Wood's sisters who celebrate their Ma grandmother Mrs J. B. Mills, of the National Lnymena long distance

Mr. and Mrs. Don Champion. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Tanner Jr... In Edge water Park, Mlas. on Saturday birthdays In May; they are Mrs. In Green\ Cove Springs this week Evangelistic Association In St c;) la U.S.
Thompson investigating business of Gainesville spent. Sunday with I where he was attending Stump Mrs W. M. Brydon of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Powell were Petersburg Saturday and Sunday.Mr. ) illI: ; anywhere

possibilities In Starke with their mother here in Starke and school the pant sevf'raw..t'k8, Danville, Va, Mrs\ Nell Joyner, ; guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn and Mrs. ]K. a. Matthews ; EXCELLENTSTORAGE

Intention of moving hla family also their grandmother Mrs. Porv-\ and accompanied him home Sunday and Miss Inez Wood of Amherst. ;! Wood and family In Clewis ton returned from Orlando where they !

here from Tulsa. ell. While in Mississippi they; Another sister Mrs. J. J. _Clark. over the weekend. have been guests of their son-in- n

Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Chlldress Mr. and Mrs Jack C. Trawick were Joined by Mr. and Mrs. W. of Wilson N. C will also be present Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Powell spent law and daughter/ Dr, and Mrs.

and sons Steve and Joe were in were visiting Mr. Trawlck's par W. Thurman for the weekend Mr. Mrs. Stump expects to re- the weekend In Fitzgerald Ga. H. B. McLendon. while Mrs. Mat. fJl E' S V B.T&1 FACILITIES

Rlchlanda, Va. on business last ents In Tallahassee over the week Thurman will be remembered as main In Amherst for several visiting Mr. Powell's parents. thews was receiving treatmentsfrom Agents ForBelcher 'i -

week. end. former sanitary engineer ot weeks. Friends of Mrs. Clara Perk will an eye specialist.
Starke, and Is now working In Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Scott andF. be happy to hear she Is slightly "'AICNI="1GI {',"If'.... you ran Bn T 'Tj See us first!

Woodvllle, Miss. A. Scott visited Mr. and Mrs. Improved after her serious operation lake high excitement, unless you "

Mr. and Mrs. George R. Powell Walter Glatzau In Deland Sunday. at Phoebe Putney. Hospital, ran withstand the Mltm-k of pro Bro.
THEATRE of Newton N. C. are guests ot Miss Elizabeth Joiner and Mrs. Albany Ga. last week historic monatrrn righting .before

Mr. Powell's mother, Mrs. LauraI. Helen Thomson who were en- Mrs. J. L. Cooper and daughter, your "eyes uule.s| you run utiiitdto
STARKE .m-.> men' crazed. with awe and
Linda Louise of
Powell. route from a ten days visit In Tallahassee are
Mrs\ A Z. Adkins left Tuesdayfor Miami to their home in Atlanta, the guests of Dr. and Mrs J. M. I fear JOX'T fOMB TO THE The
Hembree. PARK TIIK.VTKK: Sun., :Mon. or I Yea Tourists And Transients Like
Ga., were luncheon guests of Miss
Norfolk Va. for several weeks'
Tue .. Wed. !May 17 18 -..., May 1.1. 18" 17
Friends of Mrs. _
Fri., Sat. May 13. 14 visit with her son-in-law and Joiner's sister Mrs L. D. Vining V. E. Howard ; Our Food. .
OiULK: : FEATURE Monday. will be glad to know she In able Mrs. \\ H. Struth and Miss\ r r
Dr. and Mrs. B. A.
DOUBLE FKATURKChallenge ;, Jr. Mrs. S. T. Dell of Gainesvilleis to be brought home yesterdayfrom Kate Struth had as their weekend 1 i'. Hut wn'! still have time t. caterStarling's
of the Range Pope guests' Mr\ and Mrs. VV L. Edwards )
Mrs. Carrie Nelson and Miss a guest of Mr. and Mrs. JoeWilson Riverside Hospital Jacksonville .it 2!' to the home folks We s>prerli -
With Charles Starrrn Mrs Howard '' Mrs. Leah Rauknlght./ and
this week. will be -
Leona Sadenwater of Gary, Ind.. t
And \.1. are guests this week of their Mr. and Mrs. Olin White Sr. fined to her bed for several con'I' Mr. and Mrs. Wm. O. Struth allot r |> .tn your huilne and alwaysS.m

brother and sister-in-law, Mr and assisted by their daughter Mis, but Is getting along nicely after Martin Jacksonville W Mr and Mrs. .try to please our friends" at home
y. 'L-c Carol White entertained her serious Illness.J Strut! and children
auel Mrs. M.\. J. Sadenwater.Mr. at a
) L. Woods of Betty, Martin Jr., and Sandra
\\ and Mrs. W. Muhlofer returned family Mother's Day dinner Sunday Savannah Ga.
ABBOTTs Wednesday from a month's Guests Included Mr, and Mrs. spent the weekend with his. sister Kay and Miss\ Ruby Campbell, all
of Still Ser4ing Our Famous: liusiness Men'sLUNCH
Milton. Mrs.
M. Mrs Ewell Lawson Esther Johnson
visit with relatives In Chicago, 111 Charles Savage and two childrenof and family. I
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale and Jacksonville, Mrs. J. W. White Mr and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and and daughter Dorothy of Plant 50c

I/ti/YRE"O dAughter, Linda Kay, Mrs. J. B. Miss Olive Ray, and Mr. and Mrs family spent Mother's Day with City Mr. and Mrs. \V W Page
Mrs Lawson's I and (children Billy, Martin and
Olin White Mr. and
Sapp and Clair Jean :Mundy spent Jr. parents GUIDON GRILL
'illE1IAnd Y Sunday In Valdosta. Ga. Mrs. Wm. W. Brown will leave Mrs, Orcn Welch In Dade City Merrill Lynn of Lake City, and

WHO DbINE I? J. H. Sale and family.visitingMrs. Tuesday for a two week's visit Mr. and Mrs Louis Welch of 'Mr. and Mrs. IM.: Struth andchlldl'E'J1. C.EO. KOPEI.OUSOS'"

Mr. and Mrs John B. Dye and with her son-in-law and daughterMr. Tampa also joined the family Roddy Kathy (and Vicki,
.H1 and Mrs. Clarence group In Dade City. of Starke.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred and
WILLIAM BUDIX WUIUM 6AI6ANliulst Dye son Little Harold Mr. And Mrs L. P. Smith Jr.
of Fort Lauderdale have moved the Navy Base in Memphis. Tyus son of Mr.
AUIRinON Tenn. anti Mrs. II. K. Tyus Is under observation were Wednesday. evening; dinner
|*MMUMI Paint le.rIM dish Utiul Ladies! of the Chorus Into their Lake summer homes onKlngsley Mrs.v a. L. Patten and son in St. Vincent's Hospi guests of Mrs.\ Smith's parents

Adcli. JrrgeaeThurs. tal. Mr. and. Mrs. R. J. Davis in St. Grocery
e Mr. and Mrs W. B. Mundy George were In Jacksonville this I
I Jr. were called to Baltimore, Md. week where George had his ton Mrs. Bertha Pearce had as her Augustine.
sils Mother's Day Mr. and Mrs. Mrs W. H. Nollmnn and. sinter '
removed In St. Vincent's Hos guests
Sun., Mon. :May 15: 16 .. Fri.. May 19 20 Saturday because of the death ot! pital. ]Edward;: Enaor of Jacksonville and Mrs. W. V. Swlnycr. of LOll Gatos, STARKE. FLORIDA

BIG IHM'BI.K' FE.1TURE James Mr. Mundy's B. Perkins.b rot The h e r-ln-law Mundysreturned Mr. mill Mrs. Dewey Clevle Mr. and Mrs.. W. G. Godwin of Calif spent several days lust week SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY. :MAY 13: & 14

to Starke on Thursday Turner of Green Cove Springsannounce GainusvlllivMr with Mr. and Mrs. 'r.V.. Oliver WE RESERVE: : THE RlfillT(: TO LIMIT' QUANTITY:"
i on St. Simon's Island, Gu. Mrs.
and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pickett and the birth of a son Terry Lloyd Lewis of
Glenn, born Wilmington Dela arrived here Oliver r..turnt'cwith\ them and
daughter Carol Ann were inWaycross April 30. In,Shady. c
f Ga. crest hottpltal. Saturday on a jr day biMinesnplensure has spent. the past few days with Tall'
Sunday visiting
/ i relatives. The KlngHlcy: Lake summer trip. While Mr. LewisIs Mrs. Nollman and Mrs. Rwlnyer Milk
home attending bumn ,< In at the Nollman home here, :: JJ
Friends of Mrs. J. W. Andrewswill of Dr. and Mrs Bryant S. 4t Jacksonville Silver Cow
M G.M.w. be happy to hear that she returned Carroll of Jacksonville, was the and Tampa, Mrs. Lewis u!I Mrs. C. S. Purlin. Mrs. RuxsrUNorman. \
visiting her sister, Mrs Mrs. W. II. Hart and
of T. T.
home a family reunion on .5-
HILLS OF HOME hospital Sunday after from a throat StVincent's Mother's Day. Enjoying the day Lonir. They left Wednesday for Mrs T. H Osborno attended a c

t kR a1A EUY11OC 9N101110CRISP nicely.operation and is getting along with Long the Bill Currolls Long were of Gainesville Mrs. F. II. tluc-DiUon Mr. and Mrs and Atlanta Tom Slado Ga.flew to banquet ma. Sorority of the in Lake Delta' City Kappa Monday' (]nm.. Tomatoes:" : 121

1' 10IMMIMHAUSSIE Mr and Mrs. Earl Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Comer Long and Chicago 111. Sunday" to attend the night; Mrs Partln, Mrs. Norman 1 .

children of Metter, Ga. visited Mr. and Mrs Richard Thede and National Butane Gas Convention. and Mrs) Hart were Initiated Into .

y; Mrs. Johnson's mother Mrs. J. I' son of Jacksonville. They flew back to Jacksonville the organization Mrs. Oxborm, -

M. Brownlee and grandmother 'I Mr. and Mrs. Earl George and yesterday Thu Slades had us being a member already.OPPORTUNITY,

ORGECO HITTO-BOIOWYIUMYM ttCIUM ( Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, over the son, Don of Orlando were visiting their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs I Corn Fresh 29'Kraut
= weekend. Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Sullivan Clyde Sinclair and Mrs. W'. S. 6 :

.dot AntiLAWLESS William F. LaMorte of New and Mr. George's mother Mrs. Slade of Douglas, Ga. who are ..

ROBERT B. SINCLAIR FRED.r..rW KOHLMAR( York City was a weekend guestof Ida George; from Saturday" remaining here for the week and

FRONTIER Mr. and Mrs R. A. Weeks at through Monday. caring for the Slado children, Joan
L- Keystone Heights. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mann Jr. I Flora and Susan. You ran go just as far as your
Judge and Mrs. A. Z, Adkins and children were In Valdosta, Ga. Mrs. Celia Mantissa, 'viJ her ability anti energy will take N a. j

Every Branch of and their son, A. Z. Adklns Jr. Sunday visiting Mm. Mann's mo- family with her Mother' Day. you In the new U.S. Army anti n? 52

,4. of Gainesville were Mother's Day ther, Mrs. J. T. Houze. Gueits Included Mr and Mrs. A. US. Air Force No artificial (
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy Mrs. C. M: Hudson of Jacksonville -' C. t Manassa and daughter, Mary barriers stand In your path
INSURANCEH. was house Ann. of Fernandina and Mr. andM..s.
tn Gainesville. a guest of Mr. and Sixty-live World War II general
Mrs. E. T. Vestal of Jackson- Mrs. H. n. Sullivan a few days P. J. Manaauu of J,,.kson' .* started' as privatI's.Cham' .
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.7. ville spent the weekend with her last week. vlUa .. lies;
for ahead'
sister, Mrs. T. R. Casey. Mr. and Mrs.. S. E. Sparks Mrs.D. Mr and Mrs. W. H. Yawn v' ll. getting; aregrt'a".r BACON White 22C

Attending the District Two L. Thomas. and daughter, Sellta ed lira. Yawn's mother Mrs. K. today than ever before lb.

C. WALL AGENCY meeting of the Women's Auxiliary were Sunday guests of Mrs. E. C. J. Crawford, In Bluckshuar, Ga. Income Increases' with each

of Episcopal churches In Palatka Sparks In Micanopy.Mr. over the weekend. promotion. Young men,, here Is

PLEASB PHONE 146 _. Tuesday were Mrs. Mattie Gaha- and Mrs. Titus Olson spent Mr. and Mrs. Henry M'masse opportunity No. 2 ClanApple

gan vice-president of District Two, Saturday through Monday In of Fernandina Beach Nora house
Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED j.- Mrs. Lemuel Colson, Mrs. W* H. Clewlstora visiting Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. America's Finest Men

Nopgel Mrs Stanley NoegelMrs. Fred C. Sikes and family. Managua a few days this week. Choose Sauce 12

L. F. Smith, Jr.. Mrs. O. L. Beasley .... ..
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and Rev., and- Mrs..B..E,. Sim //. S. Army and

mons.Mrs. NOTICEI U. S. Air Force
W. A. Colley Is visitingher
niece In Jacksonville for two have sold and transferred my Fire & Casualty Careers .lA!>4 tA.

BUWANNEK: POtTNTT LIVESTOCK role HKRtM'KN OP ntRV oilTKH. -. weeks. Insurance Agency/.: together, with good will Local 1 Recruiting Stal.'on' : Lard 95
MAKKKT> : Auction Halo each W..d.1 I APPLY NITH OWL. 8..1111: Mr.and Mrs. L. A. Davis entertained my .',,"tunlt... HullilliiH. Hturkf, 6
to the Harold C. Wall
Owned operated by J. It. Odnm at Agency effective Immediately.All .
Jr.. PII. lion. l.rv oak, Fla 4iFUR FRYERS FOR SALE In any quantity a family dinner partyIn Fla. Moiulayn. a.m. lit norm Can .
market: uric*. LattfrmanTwin their yard on Mother's Day. pertaining/.: to policies in force with
bALks! CHEAP: 1 Franklin Oak Poultry Farm on highway Those my agency will be handled in the future by them.
enjoying the occasion were
automatle-draft wood heater: 1 801, 2'g nit.' H nf )Htark* ltl -
lar>. coalburnlnacirculating Mr and Mrs. A. M. Moore. Jr.and and I feel sure that my customers will receive .
11.......... Both In good condition. FOR. BALK: V..d radl..... phono-
Bradford County Telegraph tf graphs, portable. 1,.IK up (.h..... daughters. Diane and Marilyn the bent insurance :service possible from this: old
C. Shepherd, Kadloa Seat Covarn. of Blackshear, Ga., Judge and established agency.I .
ATTRACTIVE FCKNISHBI Close in. .*De: unfurnished lrabl -- Court; & Madlnon 8ta. tf Mrs. E.I(. Perryman and son, Comer I\\IUJI'\I COME IN AND SEE !

... All pta.oonTentMM-M.. Apply .....UR...% WELL PHII......' ('O Mr. and Mrs. Carr Cooley and will appreciate prompt payment of outstanding/.:

Colonial Inn tot W. Madlnon. tf 2-. 4A .-,l..k-:..*,,. A P..|.. daughters, and Mrs. Daisy Perry- accounts due me at my present location where I might He Just What You Want .
FOK HUNT: "til. store blnir.. near I I I.et.Ded A. ........... am still engaged in the Real; Estate business.!'
Phone 13, nr Writ to: man.Sunday
boa Ma. A arhool on Rummage
QulKlvy. : Hluik. IF hlw"'Y'l22T? J. ''A. HI IINK'ITManclenny : guests of Mr. and Mrs. a N. D. Wainwright Jr. Olio ril Sofa Red 1J.95Clothes

... .... P.edb. )<'1.... 34UI.rSEU. Edgar Wilkinson were Mr. and :':::::j Closets ..95
uoo* Heed OW"I.k('0. '.. t.lt 7.M" ".-. I Mrs.\ C. II. Layfield and children === Dresser' ILise . 9.95
Mew ..m.M.l. Pre/ber ........... ."......- yOn(; TIMRSR. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmonsand .:::::;, SALE!' Snack Table .. I.:!)t'i:
: KEEPER. : : for your 4110 11111! NOW son, Lamarr, of Gainesvilleand .JUST'ARRIVED THE arsT BUY IN TOWN! Reclining/.:'
Highest Cash Prices 1'uid I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott and One Vanity 11.9. leach ChairsFolding :3.93:
JI"L'IH! FOR SALE: II rnoran. Trrme.It. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott of Brook .
Q. ]lay I". :ale N. WILL BUY IN BULK ,
the occasion Lamarr'aaisth
I er; being :
WANTED TO BUY! 5 nr II room BIG a cuerc FOOT ", Deck Chairs . .
OR IN UNIT and \ ...iU
birthday anniversary _
/7/,111\\ .
hfitiHe. .In or nar Htark chan. NEW NORGE 1'\\ Door Mats! lOc
Can lie unflnlnheil In1i(1s.l II. t*. celebrating Mother's Day for Mrs. I
Mllner, opponlt. Lee) I'onwnv air EDWIN W. PECKOr Wilkinson's mother N. REFRIGERATOR : 'OU 1-lturner
... $..
Htil nca, WaMhlnffpon 11"1: Occasional Table 9.95j! Oil Stove. 2I.SO
John W. TurnerP. Mott. .
I Irhalr m'MKKOI'.H:: TW MENTUN.Some : ::
FOR flAI.E: 1I"t..hln., ...."th&l
feather b..d. ; rug: O. Box: 463 Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Faulk
'mp..da";: ward rohe: e.lnrIlnel Gainesville Fla. pent' a few days last .week at of these items are new slightly soiled. Some are u.ed.
.. wardr..h.; mahogany Anti..pring. wi/
St. Beach.
& mattree.i metal bed:
vanity fun.; day bed; Send me a postcard and I '' ,
: : ; Beautiful 2-l'iere
: ,
maple b.c'J:. ... & vanity; R l+ -
ar"rlu. W. A. Dryden. will come see you. rI
other .nt'l I r i
3 (old JI..nan Wltllame' pia NOW IS THE TIME

"".". hEFT nf.rnnn lion P.M. ran Living Room Suits
LOST! : nrh-loKBil. Shepherd. deg. nm nv AT I...., p. 'M. *'''':'x'1' 11 11..IFT ./
..' '.
mal.. Anawcra. to II"n" : ''U'' If
blarte whUo I _
nam. "Penny.lawtyy' UII, Fla.reward._tip H.H. FOR SALT: lot "'k. old, fly month Regular$109.50
Fulfil ruck rhti'ka. Renenablu: I 197 Kth : AT A NEW
at. HPvnriliiK ff
FOR SAF.K Baby crib mattr..a,
baby carrlaa-o. Apex .I.et..! wa.hR..on"bh' 4 Ilnrel.. ..l all kin,?.. Sale Price $89.95
er.. or will trade, forrarimntvr : Mon'd "' Inn pr. 711 Oak Ht. Ihlk. I LOW PRICE 1
tooln. ft P. .Mllner.. nppo -' N of 10th ft. ftp _
.it. lorry fonway r ld n" >nHt. I
"'a"hln.ton ""; RENT 1 .with f
FOR : rm ''rn., apt. SAVE $20 -
bath. F. A. Kent, 40} Tempi t
Ave. .. Ph. H lip $269.95 1 1IASY Th.J\ f i'
TIMBER We have everything Nlnrily. spring connlnirllon.frtuiu \:
FOR HAL.IC I port Hlnvor *.>wlnfrmarhlna you t
A I Mln,.." Tall'rln need for the email plot or IH ntiuln 1 of ..'krt.I. l "0001. *
machine. 'an be rttrn at Rt 2.
FOR SALE her 74 Mm. cnnt '..n.... 2'.5120 farm JllMtnauiivi ;1
FOR HALF: Almost new 1 l-whr l Regular $2.95
.8ft ACRES: SAW TIMBER it treller. 1aptabl lo any cart S1f : LINE: Sill 0.ISOSTIR SYSTIM 1 Proctor AUTOMATIC
70J V Walnut Ht Hlnrk.. lip rim a.!..TO MANUal_IOS"1
FOR SAL.Rovvral: thnuiianit ft.new : IMPLEMENTS Stools TOASTERS
I BIDDER: rough lumber' 2"t". a" .P.C' Hold :27 pounds of frozen Kitchen
HIGHEST HUtrunk IOIMI. Seed, r.. Itp TOOLS ETC.STRAWBERRY food,moil a full case of boniest! Sturdy Construction

TAKES IT.KARL. FOR HALF- 17 For.l lu.....". Pano.InokN .! Ha. more than 1 4 *<].ffc of Res.lbf. .
!, flrn/nl. run Rand ('ben 17* tkfU arc. Dvtsat of otheradvantage r',. Assorted Colors' Only $18.95
R I. 8nra"n". Ri 1. box, JJ7. DM. Only $$1.95
Hart .Pl..'. 1'.. ,,l IiIt..k.. Itp "
I Payments! SI.25;) week

2. Bo 158. SUukf. f1a. FOR mn.MATFT AM eel: ? .nnrt V.rv milk e-ntl cow. MffIna *(| t\-\' r MOOR ....4* Aluminum Construction! : Only $5.95 Tounta bawl JIIHI IM you ".....c.I. .

Regulates for dark mlIhun,
l dally Inxnlr HI N.
Cherry Re St., mark. R. A. N..w.mnrn Red & White' t Colors $1.25 per week
FOR 8AIRFry.r.. Bpwlal whll. *. ttfhMir > ELECTRIC SERVICE .& SUPPLY "r U..ht.
they ...t, J4o Ib. !II.! .. wt. at plaiH. .
E. Plott' Klnn"l.y UaK*. Itp FOR SALE': s..."111. price 'Jew'
matrtal, I.fr over from IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
FOR BATE: A few pull..t.. whit. "hide' project rhiUfflaM' flr Reese HOES
.lechorna. white rock. 4k New all ,dlv' -a; rnpn r aor...n; nflll: 1 ." x 1" 1. R. Kite, Proo.
Hampahlr redo Abt. t mo. old. v-inlillnr, *; wlndAWH. ; plywoodk: L
HI.trunk F..d 8...d Co. It flonrlnaPrlvntrlv. own.". Will/
a.1l hlow retell tv. remove fromnrnoerty. $1.50 125 E.; Call St. Starke. Fla. Denmark Furniture Co.
FOR KALE r.male ruthuahnapuppy Vo delivery Dr. J. A.
R. O. Davla.. ale N. ChurchSt. f..rl."... 1(1..1.l ,Aka. Itp BRADFORDHARDWARE

.. Rtarko. "P FOR ...t..... tai.-ant. ,..,. lure?. CO. J J PHONE 151 STARKE. FLA.
FOR BALK: 10,009 roppee ..klnTPrl. |n(...fr". FOR RW.4T. : .lta.11 .
1" Rican potato drawa .K rand r nv.nl.ar.e p .. II SEE NORGE BEFORE" YOU BUY
r.rl.m.,, lip vv, ti. nFlb,;;: .. m w. c-all: ;;.b1ji .


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$ noon Monday. Sweat's parents M.., and Mrs . . S SC Mrs. Lizzie HInes has gone to with Mrs. Reynolds' mother Mrs.F. .

NOTICE Accompanied by Mr. Albert A, T. Sapp In Raiford Mother's' Jacksonville to spend a couple of T. Abernathy.Mrs. .

.. State Farm j Yarborough and her children. Ann Day.Mr. GrahamBy weeks with her sons, Dudley and Drew Walker of Macclenny

lands will be and Jlmmle and by Williams Yarborough and Mrs J. A. Bouvier are Leroy Hines and sister-in-
Notion. I I" hereby given that th. foUowlnll' rteHrrllwd tty Mrs. Bryan W7dtflehBridgeIAmcbetn3 '' Mrs. John McKinney visited her brother
Potd lOt public "uotlon on the list "Oy or Juno. ll1n At 8larke the County all of Gainesville Mr visiting relatives In Miami have Mr. and Mrs. John McKInneyand
amount due for taxes hereunto law. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Broughton,
or set ltradr..rll.pp..oll", Slete to the or panic.Florida. together, to pay with the all eueta uf "cll Bale. and ad- . . and Mrs. Ernest Yarborough spent ing gone down Friday with their children attended the show

vertietng.DeaerIpttee. Saturday and Sunday In Daytona son J. A. Bouvler Jr., who was Miss Geraldine Starling of at the Waldo school Saturday Sunday

e. T. It. Aerce Owner .1'.... Gift bouquets of exquisite seasonal with Mr. Yarborough's mother en route to his home there follow Hampton Sunday afternoon night. Math Waadln Is In the Lake City

Lnla 13. I.. of Bile 29. 1 ga blossom enhanced the beau- Mrs. Mary Yarborough. ing a business' trip to northern of her cousin Catherine Starling.Mr. We are sorry to report that hospital.Mr. .

,.m Town or of S New' River 1d.24 83 6 I 2/1 20/ .0 {LI Tnknown.. WII..on 10.74 ty of the spacious home of Mr Tuesday evening of last week points. and Mrs. P. O. Starling and Mrs. Bunle Broughton fell and and Mrs. John McKinneywere

Ea 2 EA.Lo 1 In Cor R 6Sk and Mrs. L. F. Chapman Thursday Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier had Clifton Davis celebrated his family visited their daughter Mrs. In Waldo Saturday
2SE her while last
'J 7 7 2/1/ 79 A. A. broke ankle fishing shopping
Nwy, uf of IIW: lot l, 8Ward 7 20 .0 A. A. 8dwarda 2.U May 5, when Mrs. Chapmanwas as their supper guest Rev. J. R. seventh birthday May 7 at the Frank Thomas and family at afternoon.
We wish her
8 7 ::10 -:-': hostess at a bridge-luncheon. Hill of the Starke Methodist home of his parents Mr. and Hampton Sunday afternoon. I, Tuesday. a speedy
Lou 1, I. 10. 11 of Elk 1 O. Jr. Parker 186tut Adding to the lovely decorative Church. At 7:30: Rev Hill con- Mrs. C. A. Davis by having John- Leonard McKInney of Sanfordand recovery.
2 of IIIIe U Mr.. T. 11. Ward I.SH effect were dainty corsages of ducted church services for the nie Strickland of Gainesville and Mr and Mrs L. D. Grahamof Mr. and Mrs. Forest Reynolds All kinds will size of account;

L 60 ft of Fred Rik 17F. O..ln..y k n.hn 9110SE sweet peas that marked the placeat community In the auditorium of Harold and Richard Kirkland come Daytona Beach visited Mr. and of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. books. Bradford County Telegraph.
1 lot to 1. A.
\40.o'" SE'9 'I 10 .0 Harry 1I10..d..III. 't 3.U card tables where a four course the Club House to play games and to share the Mrs. John McKInney Sunday. | Bill demons spent mothers Day Reasonably priced.HERE'S .

8W',4'NWl4 of or Nw44 NW41 S or k R"All 15 'I to 10 R. R. Carlto" .53 luncheon was served at high noon. Frank Cahoon of Homesteadwas traditional refreshments with him. I

All E% .r NE44 of NE'4B n. R. Carlton ..63 Respective winners of the door the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Davie Jr.

N of RII U 'I 10 11 a_ prize and of the high contract M. E. Griner for several days of Gainesville spent Mother's Daywith ..

k.8'N ot.SE'l offyAW ""- prtze on this occasion were Mrs.J. during the past week. Additional the former's parents, Mr.

Church k 8 A of NEVI Tom Slade of Kingsley Lake Each were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Relnau
: During the past weekend Mr.
of AE k A In
award was a Jar of strawberry and their children of Palatka.
1W14 of BE'4 10.85 and Mrs. J. O. Randall had as .CA
ofrR 1.16 7 20 1'1 A. L. Cru..by conserve. Others Invited to this From Friday until Saturday Mr.and .

8'4 "f NWu fit NW\4 NxNF'4 H Ani.. Kirkland 1.18 party were Mrs. A. Z. 'Adklns, Mrs. W. O. Engrain, Miss their guests Mrs. Maude Johnson .
I It .
1 : ) 1 and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ran-
of E'Co0C3 iA In 87 Mr..rVollI.: 1\IcKInney\ 1!.17ASV Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. K. 0. Virginia Engram and William En- 'dall and family of Jacksonvilleand

SW Cor 10 7 It McKinney 11.19NE'4 Duncan, Mrs. Jeanette Klncald, were In Panama City as
of NW44 of SE44" 11 7 U 10.J. A. J gram : Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Fer
of SW44' Ex Lot 10.43 Mrs. E L. Matthews, Mrs. Joe E visitors of Mr. Engram's mother,
II1 Inu .0 VernA Young guson and their daughter, Gladys,
811 Cor 238 ft 7 21
Wilson Mrs. R. P. Stubbing. Mrs. Mrs. E. T. Engram.
1 lot 215 tt eq. In BE Cor !..S4I..t'ocl. of Thomasvllle Ga. 7VQcqf.
of NEV4 of SWn 7 21 E. C. Hamilton J. M. Hembree. Mrs. C. H. Nas- Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M. D.
Mrs. W. C. Townsend of Lake
Corn where' .. half W Sec.Ide ofIt. worthy, Mrs. B. E. Simmons Mrs. Young on Mother's Day were Mr.and Butler was the luncheon guest of

R. k rUn N 1096ft M. B. Herlong Mrs. Marcus F. Mrs. W. C. Ellis, Sally Jenkins i
Mr and Mrs. M. D. Young Satur
for pt t.o!t".:1 1100 throneN ft :: Brown, Mrs. Edward Burns Mr. Ira and Charles Young and

ttoj'a 'ft' L i200 ft';; ptot Austin 9.13 Junlua Smith Mrs. T. T. Long Mr. and Mrs W. E. Flllyaw and day.Mrs. J
20 Eugene Williams Rhoden of Baker
bell' 1 S 22 Mrs. R. A. Green Mrs. d. J. Mc- their son, Tommle all of Lake
All Sec 1 W of herd RitF.x County has been the guest of Mr.
Lot 4 d. All W'4 or tariff and Mrs. L. D Vlnlng all Butler.

;:'"4 or 8W44 E ot Rd UO Neleon n. Bloeker. 17.84 of Starke, Mrs. Fred Cuy of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Feagle and Mrs. A. C. Davis this pant
1 S 22 week. Additional guests' of Mr.
E e 4 of N'4 of NE' k Gainesville} Mrs. Andrews and were supper guests of ]Mr.\ and
and Mrs. Davis' for the Mother'sDay
viJ: '1 NSVV4 k S 3.4 6R1 N..I..n. TI. I"lncll..r. 1262AEx Mrs. Fletcher of Klngsley Lake Mrs. George Faxon In Hampton
R W 2 R n 1Ilocke. 140.88 weekend were Mr. and Mrs.
All 1'111 1ft A TI.W 3 S U U. N.I..on H. and Mra. J. Q. Godwin. Sunday
J. B. Strickland and their son,
Ala 6n1. 63k 6111 Wllkl..nn 1,116Tut Rev and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd
K' 1.10 Flame At Gold Head Johnnie, of Gainesville and Mr.
68 In Wondlown 11 K 23 10 8. C. Knlght accompanied Mrs. J. Fred Williams
Lots I. I. I, k 4. 19, 14.U Mrs. John Codwln entertainedher ( of Rlnggold, Ga, who had I and Mrs. Lyle A. Noland and theirbaby
16 11 20, 90 111 daughter, Meredith Ann, of
: 31: 34.: 1:'. 96. 411: 46.: Training Union and Sunday been their visitor during the' Orlando.

47, 411, 110, 63. k U. In Corp 67.11 week ,as far as' Albany. Ga.
Wondlawn 1 U S 23 250 Canal Timber. School Class at a picnic at Gold on I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers'
2h Lot 24 nil her return trip to her home. In
N Ft or k Head Branch Saturday. Tho..ewho
and their children of Live Oak
Lot 29, W of In7ondlawn
\ Ry 11 R 23 4 Arrh n. MrCllrlnoy 13,06 enjoyed this outing with the Albany they were overnight guestsof I spent Mother's Day with Mr.Chambers' .

Lot KR In Woo.lIawn 13 II 13 10 F..I".J. Price members of the organizationswere Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Williams parents, Mr and Mrs.J. .
bete 4 k 13 In 1.24
lawn' wool.U S 23 20 W. \V Brewer Mrs R. M. Markham Misses returning home Tuesday. I E. Chambers.

Late u. k at In \Vood. 20 Wm. 241. Moore 838J..tt. Betty Williams and Erma Jean Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hardin had I Accompanied by Mrs. Lloyd -.-
Inwn 18 123
as their guests last :weekend Mr.and .
084, In Wood Whl.o e.11Lnto Godwin, Jimmie Godwin and Ken- Suggs of Starke Mrs. R. M. Mark-
lawn 123 20 larvey L. Mrs. H. S. Mill of Clearwaterand /L-
17 neth Dobbs ham and Mrs. John Godwin visited _, : I /
u. 17. 18. 20.Ir N'" Mrs. Nina Smith of -
of !) In Wood- l.e'I Atlanta Mr. and Mrs J. D. Scott In
wJ.ot.I 18 1 23 f5 W. 1f neddl..h ?!r. and Mrs. R. A. Wells, Mrs. Ca.

N'oj., "f Lot. H .In Wood-18 123' 1nttn\ 8.hmhl 2.38. Dan Bryant Mrs. Isabel Edwards Mrs. L. W Fleming and her Gainesville Tuesday

NF.V4nof. lOW''. 4T R ft 4" Mnh1e. Walnwrhcht I3l1rlrU ]4.10/1 and Manes! Mary Wells and Joan young son Martin, of Orlando I .
)14 of NW" of RU'o; 13 1 U 1/1/ FJllaAh..th and Nancy Mynlhan, all of Jack- came Saturday to visit Mr and C .5 :. /

Tewa of 1..t., "ut" of Reliway R7 IJ 23 '1.83Ln't"t lion vile were dinner guests of Mr. Mrs John Godwin. Additional Pine LevelBy
Lme 1 A. 6, T' 6, a 8 60 \ and Mrs. J. C. Wallace Sunday Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.

Lot. 4, 6. of Rik night. Godwin were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Mrs. II. M. McRae
Rhufurd, 1h $
,..oo 1 Rlk0 I : Shuford" Jr, 1.g: Mrs. J. H. Verner of Jacksonville Suggs of Starke and Rev John / WHAT WE DO

'.001.. a. 6. I. elk 22 O.TJ.TJ. PhlllPhllllpa lpa. 4 116 1.41 and her visitors, James Ver Bray of Raiford. .
Lot .. Elk! 22 nor and Miss G. I. R"plcx. all piste ring
Smith of Spartan- Mr. and Mrs. Mack Sweat and 1 Those from this section attending ",
'Tew..6 ........ Eact .f n.n..8.. 2:1.: 323.. 1111 6 :22:
Lot 1. B.TI 0' .7'1IIk 18 Lucite Klttlu 2.32 burg S. C., were dinner guests of their: daughter., Patsy. and Bob- the State Choir program 2. Repltx. cs sdi.g reel .. rl..gi

Coin !'tlI! Cnr of Lnt 17_! __ .. ,_ Mr and Mrs. J. M. Bradley at bie, were supper guests of Mr. I at the First Baptist Church In 3. dM ter6.s fr..phtMi cylinder fcWs
a ruN 100 ,
I Gainesville Friday night were:
nl beg. th.nre :. n"N"In : _
rt Pl 76 rl R 187 ft W Draeriptlun. C. T. R. Aere. Owner T.x. Mrs. B. M. McRae, Mrs. J. W. 4. Clt4M 4ril pup MJ SCT6W4H

76 ft to t lr'; bag _-_ .... Joulea crown 2.06Corn R hnllnl..d. McRae Misses Gwendolyn and
the F. byWeller
on iMtah
at SW of Lot tR 5. MW fnkttf( wile,.
.. O W1 4wy
a run N 137 't fora pt -.. ". .- --.. jt k II by 'land. Shirley McRae, Barbara Richie; ;iT
of beg thence run E 80ft -.11 tor Marshall on th. W' '., : f ail
N107ft W $0ftS I hy tllI.'oX and 1.ewle. on and Vernle Thornton. ; ( I'i" fin qworrl .

107 It In pt nr beg Charlie Scott 3.n'Lnt the N by Rla,'k IS I.. 1*'- Mrs Robert Taylor and daughter ,3it44
T. k ro'. Add 2R 8 23 rnknown
-.. Charlene of Jacksonville ar-
On' 100 It N k 8 by -. Orl.lnnl To..n of Clarke IIN 0 ::1:1: A

490 ft E If :' .S'{ _. 1\u. Anna Lou Qodwin 30.97 Lots W liS I :i of Hlk IS Ex Carl Ritch t' 74.4. rived Monday to spend a few days BUDGET TERMS .

1 of loll k ft 1w2f0 n". lent Com 2Z tt I In with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .
ft F. W
k In NW
)Iror. 1. L. Jtarrell .19 .l..1 of NW l'.r .r Lot 1or H.! M. McRae. S'6"-
ror of Silk II nlk 10 k run N1. .. 'n orrt
Wtfl of 1014 nr N au ft'' -. .. '' Mr and M.... Lavon Alvarezof
'e.a4'w .Tnl1n Orlttln II AlLot JoJ II 1.4 f rt N 41 l 74jC
Tr. ;.t U Ez; N U9 tt
761 f. In C.II 8t thence W
WIII\ Lee Orlando visited Mr. and Mrs.

W I U A ot Lot 41 '-J harry 1(1111". -. 1.911 f A to TO pt ft or or beg Lot 2 of Elk .. Tom DurrelJ! '15.88 Robert Myrick Sunday afternoon. 'We Ford dealers know Fords best IAndrews
.r LoIR 10. 11,, ntte t'I.D JII At'4 -'" 27 "1' .r. Fred OilY !13 IS Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender and r
M T.awtey flec. 13. If, U' Nichol+"n ..'If tad 2 Dlk 17. Ex E 70 rt -- filII Caran'au 37.31
J. L.
26, 26 S children were visiting Mrs. Fender's
84 "f NJ'd!: ot 2E14 k5E74 A I.Ilna.fon. Tr.ry C.'. III.D 314 II :1:1:
\ or $Ey4. If 1 U 60 Clara. 10. BrYA" I 16.11N I..t 1 III k 11 Irnmp.", Wllllu mIl 1.13 parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
% nr NPJI.of\ "Plt kNEl4 1- 11.67 W 40 ft of Lot 2 or nile Batten of Theressa Sunday after- Motor Co.
of NW'\ or I1'4 If I IS! 30 Clara L. nry..on __-a 11 Ids. Mae Sherman ..t3 noon.
E SEt4'" of BW4e"' 1.11NW4 Lot I k FJ 2 rt It Lot 3of e
.nf 40rl :;'f l6 5 22 7 \r.n"el!\ M'Nea. l .19FlP IJlk 38 101" Little 19.17 The ladies of this section are

of NW'4 "r IIIWI, U A 13 to M. 1. Paul .,, 1..1. 3, 4 of I"lk 40 1.11111. k Lnnnle. Jackson, 7.83 busy canning vegetables. Phone 118 StarkeFla.
: 4 of NW "t SWV, IS 1 23 10 John Allen _.. UI
W4% A of NE'4' of NW\4 ,,- 1.10 In..toR. Tra' II .'cc Add t. xlnrke a" II 23 Those who celebrated Mothers
of NWt4 as I U 1 King I. ThomaI One 8t. Lot h..tw..n. 111k.. Day with Mrs. H. M. McRae
All NV or 9EVt of SW'4FJ I a* 1 11I1..t 1 and N37ft
or Jlv IS I 23 18 10)1.. I.ltUG.... 1.00 of Lnt 2 Df lJlk a Orndy n. Jlbh"p 9.18 were; Mr. and Mrs Barney Eg-
"514' "r 111'"r:'\ PWl,4 aNW4 1 Lcl' A or 111k II Jim 'Vall.. ::1.30 and of Jacksonville Mr. -

10ft A nt AStoy MrsSeorl4rt -_ 2.00', /Hgrway, .tddHlo. l0 Stark' ::1/1 II .22Lou : and gers Mrs. T.son N. Norman and; son SHOP & SAVE AT YOURJITNEYJUNGLE

U 1 U sa 101n. Little __ 2, '3. or IIlk I nob O. Ore.n 111.03
N or that "orllnn -, Lot 10 or Hlk 19. PeekaAddttlon Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sapp and

fir W'4 "r W'1 nr BW'4 vthet to SI"'k., as 8 n I. B. \Vllkle. 6.28 family of Heilbronn; Mr. and Mrs.B. .
.. tote .. 4, 9 a 10 or fllk
lice F. fir old hard
Sid a NW''or *flW"I IS II U U C. n. HIt, ___ '..87Nv14 3 J. U. Alvarea Add to M. McRae and family Mr.
"r "Wv, nr 11I1'4Ir: p Starke IS 8 23 Robb o. O'ee", 10.26 and Mrs. J. W. McRae and family.

10: 19$" ft of SW3; Of26 4 78F.tI. All that oorl..ln. piece ofInnd -... Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick and
.nlcnown' .. S tlr LoiOC T.
SWy of SEt( R n 11 .. lying ni
"f NF.'I of IIIF.4 21 R 23 In. n limit .7R M. !9, 10. or INk 3 (1ae'S.I I" daughter and Mills Vonnie Craw-
NW'4 or IIW'4 or NE'4 34 R 23 10/ n. r. netlroff. 4 I 1A kin.. Ail.,! hnunl.d H by "
Lot 1 In 1'.Iovf1l.. U 1 23 17 loin Little 1.18AI r..llwRY. l"n.l. A; W toy ford.Mrs.
N 4 NV'44 Monroe Rt. Ir ext..o.lptJ. IS I 22 2 Bnbt (11..n 3.80oJ Susie Myrick Is visiting I
NWy4 3j. of rR of18 1 23 2 lola. Little 1.10 \ 110 fl rr W'.4 'f NEV4of friends and relatives In Cullman
N 610 ft Nh44 Nl4 I :X par-' r
IIIrv NWt4 Iving v: .yle,.. 'a"." eels cold U 8 22 1 Ifenry Ortftla $.43 Ala. She plans to be gone about Free Phone 231
of Rv Ex: Cemetery kNr Cam' ..I 817 Cnr or NEW weeks. Delivery
: R" 35 1 23 1 )frIO. J. 1. Harr.n 2.10 "r H":%. "r SEV a run three
1 A In NW Cur of SE%$ N 18 ItV 107 It for pt .
"f NW4 as R n 1 \VIII..1 a Crawford, U cf hog. Ih.n., rllll N 110ft .
W'4 of PWV4 "r lOW" 4 A U 1n A. n. l1rown a.M 116
141.4 of NWV, NWt4 A 21 20 ltliraheth I A, Edward. 7.A1NV 1: 1':0olor tllofl alt2-!) 6 23 noM. I. Tutone 14.07. Ga. Red TOMATOES

of 0. NR'4 vwv, "r: 8Wt4 vial: ,1 11 1 22 U In 10 ramrrnn.1.\t.! 1..nrn..I..r Stove Co. 4.11wi4 ..40Wv. 14a.klsa. Adlltlon to Town of Starke ::11I ,N :1:1: SunnybrookBy Large Bottle Ginger Ale

nf "wv, or 81044 11 I AU'" Pnaehal. 1Iro.. 5 illNNV4 Com, Itt NW ("nr or "w V.
: of PFV4: 11 A U 4/1/ 1\,1111'\ a Hull<1l1l"t II Aft :',', k run : '43Jt& Wanda Crosby
Wu "f Stviq\ "f 51014 12 A U In 'nm..rnn IItnv. Co. II.I, 1! r: ft B 261 1 W .. 2 No. 2 29c
leWy4"rfNr. % 14 8 23 .0 John John.n 11.61 to pt fir beg II' 23 2 .IlIIe Oregge 5.03 15c each 2 bottles 16c cans
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Wu NPl'Io' : of N V4 of 18 8 23 1 Joe 1". 'Ianl..y' 413 1.110..110 ('Sty f""C' %' .r aK14 W of lty) 3:1: a 22 Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and

Corn of 111\\ roe rof I'I1'v: I Ior 'd.I" 1. a. of tllk S ,Ram r..rmnn 2AAtv children of Miami visited relatives -
1IItr.'o d rim Pl aD4 ft I IM '4f Lot I. Hlk U oI..I.on Iubbe 1.181
116 rt rIOI' 1'1 of hew. N I 7R9 rt or SE'. of NE'4I I over the weekend.Mr. .
: W 166 I It 14 8 22 20 \1'allerVIIII.. 11 AlRW'4
th..n,. rlln F. 5" 't q r William Croaby Brand MILK
93 ft W 1179!) It N 13 ft of NW% of anti I 14 I 2:1: 10 John H. (nrlrrl 1.67Lot and Mrs. Any
to et ro' heir. IR 8" 1 .Tn .rn nnh..r'' 746 JI "r tllk 1 IIp.rltvIInm..It. and children spent Sunday with Plantation MEAL GRITS
.14 .f %"Ipo" of 'F'I' 11 6 21 2/1/ H. n. I'trnfpl,1t U NR 1 1I .. In NWt4 ofNW14 her father Mr. Alston In Zephyr- or
6.4 PV'j' AI6' Nn nevmn.' n Crnwfnrd, 7 +1W'4 as 8 23 ... 1'IIknawn 12.11 ,
I ,,; NWV. : PE4 H : n 10 Vaern llanker.nn. 402 Lou N & T of elk a Lake 3 Tall Cans 29c
Cool un It N frnm "Nrnn ,, Kingel.y' Heights' InNEV4 hills.Mr.. and Mrs. Otis Crawfordand
23 .
36 6 .
rof VV4 "r IIW' of NIVj: (.h. H. )1.lllInn 253F 5 Pounds 22c
r.." ll'116 fPN 5/1/ rt F. a.4 of NW. or NWV, children visited her parents
116 ft II $0 ft I" pt Df litVU. of NE'S utNW'4 C. C. Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. Crosby
hew. It 8'2 Josephine F.U..r"n. 901 se 8 23 SO I..ry. n. Maloney. 19.47
One r..1 In NE ern ofNK4
II...,.. A..reo. "_n 21. 22Pik 1/10/ ft .E k W by 1 day.A crowd attended the Royal Tex TISSUE
D. Mock 1 iT[ A. Manaeea 1: Hr."I. 200 rt N a B 3 7 22 C' A. SLeKlnn.y. 1.711 large
f Tot .1 I,' ..,. A Kett.v HIj "r NW\; of 9E14 of sing at Evergreen Sunday.Mr. Phillips 15 oz.
6. 10. 1\lk 2 If A. Munacen" 411Tot. Nraj': 4 7 23 S .ydl" 'olllna 260vt4 and Mrs. Leroy Lovell and
I, 2, a, nile 3 H. A. Slanasea 4119N \ RN1' RI014 I:
89:1': 't of PE4 :r PFt. 4 'I 13 SO Dr F. 1Ir. W.bsle 1.13Coll Mrs. Bob Halslop were shoppingIn 3 for 25c
H."I.. I. aW'4 It .'11+4F.44 21 of ".14' a W44, .f .8E14: of CN% NN'4 at 810 I k (run'or or N 'RO 4W'4of ft' Jacksonville Sunday.Rev. Spaghetti with Sauce lOc\

Tot I Silk 1$ .Tn+ W. Trail 111 for 01 or bow thence. Wlndell Witte of Dfland
Lot 1, TIIk I' Wllh..rt. lIu.h88 413C.araaae run W MO It N 6S ft 10 at '
II II 23 .. .""'.- li o'ft B 61f(t. I't-ofheir. I filled his regular appointment BANANAS 3 Ib 25c
Aeb HIv.
.. 1 'I U 1 Nora Rlltlnn 11.83 'Corinth church Sunday.
Lot 1 OIk 1 Floyd Plekene 130 'rom 1" y"V "f PE nor
Lot H. lilk I I1.la.. TI".nport 1307.oe I 'Mr. and Mrs. Warren' Perkins
or P.e 19 a run 24n I TOMATOES 2 Ib. 21c
e. elk 2 J. 3. nro.a 2.10 fl N 210 tt 10: 240 It S" 1 ,.. R. Clara, Clifford I I Mrs. Powell and Joyce Ward of Hi-Up FLOUR -
Lot 10. Plk I !very Smith 2 SO IIi tt to hew 19 7 U Kalr'h n 12 church at Corinth
Lot n. fllk I .mp..fln. White 1 30 Lou 1. 2. "r Blk 14 19 7 U n. n. Slmmnna 402 I Starke attended LETTUCE 2 heads 29c
N1n of Lot 17 k Lot 11"f 1.0' If "f 11Ik' 14 l4 7 U Ola"y. I. Shafer 2110NEti Sunday evening.
Jllk 9 '" Hattie 11.11. Mallory 1.70 ror IIIW" or Ntt'14 II 7 U 1ft T. J. )frl..o.t 260
Tot 19, Rlk 1. Walker. Taylor 10 S"r fOW' "f SIV'4 21 7 U 20 Ioul. 11. Adams 173tof I 25 Ib. self-rising 1.89
One Lot ne deco In Deed 11 of )lit..rll"n. R.n
Honk 51. pace 149 12 I U John Warren. 160 ror S\V14: "f NI.4 N of ,
n. Lot In NW''t' of IIW'4u Hampton. end Therecea Herman Tenderized d HAMS
deco In need Book Rosh $4 7 22 T. 1. AM..rm.n 2.42
10. page n U. II. 1 Charity Tucker 473 (."t.. 1. R "t Silk U. Blanm1'a -
: One Lot a. dele In Dead Addition, 80 7 U E. C. iamb .32 Blue Rose RICE
. Rook' Al. Page; 8011'W'483 6 U Jlorace Calbert 1.43Cool HI'. ". lI..ml't..n Park -
Half Whole lb. 50c
.f NW Cor of SF-'I nr 5314 nf S..n. or
of ,.W'%' k run E 110 ftP 91-AW14 of NW"I aW14 ,
110 It for pt of be"'Ih.nr. of SW'4 or FlWI4 U 'I II MrR. Sara nru..r 3,60N4
run W 80 ft II or NF.V, "t SF.4 I: 2 Pounds 25c
100 It FJ 60 ft N 100 ft "F.4 of PE4 U 7 23 10 Jlar.lln.I..n..r. 13.63
tot Xt"fo'w;! 23 U .70. scoff S.80 All hn' portion .r WVof Fresh Dressed HENS
N or NWV. NI'1: or SfIJ'4' 1'1 "r 11. 2 9 U 3 Tony Prun.o 1.12 .

'.... t1'.r 'i N"w IINEsrt Lot 1 \V of k .adJolnlnw
% ".,"0..... Ave. Th.ifeven West End Milling
; k N4 of If4! "r SF.\4 it I II so Jim Rick. Et AI SO.13 S I.p or N'V4! ofNE'
. w 10 It of N106 tr ofF.4 1 : U 9 U A. .7. Stebhlna 3.14 Per Pound 57c
NW'4 M AEy4 ofU T..q..e 1.14. )1ft. Pl.ec.otaIl .
: '4or Er .W' 411 ft 8 U Eugene Hunter ..73 .Ac rpe. ....1.1 In Plat
Scratch Feed 25 lb. 1.09
flE4& et r' lvf. 10offt E I Hook' "r elk t. P..e T, 4'I..t.n Lot 13 a U Fred Todd 291t'4 I! ,

et NIC\4\ u I U O. IT. Ll1t1a 7476 .a. Lek.eld., "-TI U a 23 F.. n. lIflltlaan 29.37
Cflm at Nl'J rnn fit W.I4 of 11 1114 A 0. S 1.3 or /f
flP:14; flf NEI,! a run W S"IIW14\ U a 22 6 John Davis I 11.49nn / FROZEN FOODS
376 ft for pl of be r."t cc deco. In P....
4 there runV 60 ft '4 -- nonlt 51. P.I" a& k Good White BACON
10& ft Pl eo ft N 10& ft P..d. Book 811.' I'a."
t o pi of beg fn. II W. A. Cook '33 US 87-14 S U FI.hln. Club 1119ladle. : 4 / I I / Peas & Carrots - 39c

KLtotfEg, W' 66 ftFA: EsH Beer. 3.1-1. 2.1

.0 ft as I U 8 Edna B, Mills. tt.n Lot T Ann Ollhert 2907 23c Pound Rhubarb 28c
All t .portion tor NW'4 Lot 21 "-. U. Scott H.,. per
of BPJ% lying W of 'a.nal 814 "f Lot II Cbaa. K. C'a 1<1 11'.11 'I lit
an: N or Cell Pt.k !' + "'II' ''''In'' a Lot 38 1'1 K. Jark."n 0.114 STUART'SCYCLE Strawberriesa 45c,

fJ of Weller Pr. ;;c ....- -_..-- tot 110 Cox A Spearing 3'.13
nt _r.. D. __ Armour's Star .
prnm.C 1..1. Ileaer P.14. _
-.r !N I. a M-M II 22 1. n
11. 1Houetnn.. ____ SHOP
Hoor.. = ,v r .- w'Chula Cut Beans
,. '' Jenklae, k Ex __ _. Lot : If W. U. Scott I.at - 28c
wh..re hulldinge' are In _._ ;.___ ..... _' l.ot II A. 16. Orlftln 4.01
In 8W Corner kEx i Lot 14 3 P'' T, t/evlg 4 01 Temple Ave. IStA St. BACON lb. 45c
_ -
rated -
: Slab
t Lot to .... .... Ed. '-r" Lot 111 3 Unknown 4.03J. Delicious ROLLS 21c
2$ t 21 _. Florida Flaitlet, Ina. 1J7.71 Stark.. F10rIda ,
*. ward : B. KELLY.
22 tt
'. On E. Lot k W.bout by 161 f& N AI 'i1t1 i k I le:4a. .... rr wrx -1 Tat Coll.ctor Bradford County.tr .

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At The TabernacleMother's with pneumonia, In getting along Palmer ILnd'l11ll1m Bernard two

/ nicely of his Navy buddies. I '

NcT Day at the Tabernaclewas HamptonBy Mrs. Emily Favor, of MiamI Lake Geneva Mr. and Mrs. Giles Phillips and -f \..r, 7

. I c t tI daughters and Mr. and Mrs. A,
fittingly observed in message M.... M. C. Sweeney and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bryantof /
fly Blanche CunninghamMrs. Wilds and son of Jacksonville
and song. At the morning houra Waldo, were recent dinner .
spent Saturday at their home Fresh MULLET
J meditative message :was brought guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L.. ,
Bra SimmonsFriends here I
IIln.r. on the lafce.
Gnann, wife of 1'':. -lied BASS
Watterson. Nancy
from the Book of Ezekiel by the ..
of Mr Theo Simmonsof
Mrs. Charles Forsythe and
Dressed Cat Fish
ISUflDAjL Sponsor and Mr. Gomes rendereda Jacksonville will be interestedto Mr. and Mrs John Miller ol Gnann passed away Saturday and Mrs.
I daughter Elmer Forsytheand
evening In Shadycrest Hospital Sea TROUT
solo: "Mother's Prayers Have Travares were guests recently of
hear of her marriage to Ernest children spent Sunday In St.
I Followed Me". In the evening O Brannlng the Congregational / Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Wynn. Starke. following.;;: a lingering/ Large SHRIMP
Methodist Church Presbyterian Church I ness. Mrs. Gnann had been a resident I Augustine OYSTERS
members of the congregation quoted Church Jacksonville on Mrs. T. E. Duncan and chil-

Mother's Day found many families I Morning Worship and Sermon Scripture verses concerning devout Sunday afternoon May 1. Those dren, Teddy and Sue of Gainesville years of, and this community was highly for respectedand several WALDO OES Steak FISH
Mothers of the Bible and a Live Fryers & liens
attending the wedding ceremonyfrom spent the week before last
sitting together here and each Sunday at 11:00: o'clock. Mr. I loved by all who knew her,
solo: "Visions of Mother"\ was Hampton were Mr. and Mrs. at Hampton Lake with Mr. and Waldo Chapter No. 120, DES
elsewhere. It was a grand sight Kaufman will begin a series of sung by Mrs. J. T. Qulgley with Luther Watterson Miss Harvene Mrs. L. A. Wynn. Mr. and Mrs.J. She will be sadly missed. Sinceresympathy will hold a regular meeting May ALL FISH DRESSED

and a glorious occaslun. We had Sermons on the Theme, "Men violin oblagato by W. B. McKln- Watter on, Frederick L. Walter- P. Hazen and family, of Ocala,, Is extended, to all her 13, at 8 p.m. There will be an FREE OF CHARGE

received two families Into our and Women of Faith" A cordial ney. Miss Wallace was at the son and Mrs. Archie Elland. Miss were recent weekend guests of relatives. initiation. The Grand Instructorwill

church and' brought others to welcome to visitors. piano. At the close of the servo Mary Ella Ward of Starke was the Wynn NEW Clll'RCII ORGANIZED also visit the Chapter on that MAGNOLIAFISH
ice two of large type date. All officers and membersare
gether. In all there were 14 members Sunday school 9:45: : a.m. Classes copies: also present. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rhoden announce The newly organized Missionary
Testaments and Psalms were presented Baptist church has been named urged! to attend.-Mrs. Ruth MARKETBpBy
received Into the membership for each age group are open to School' hay A :;glares the recent arrival of a
to the two oldest Mothers Linda. "Geneva Heights" Baptist church. Dees, Worthy Matron; Miss LouIse
new members. Friendship daughter
and fellowship of the church. present. The Church and Mission "The Jam Pot", three act comedy Present plans call for the buildIng Raulerson, S c'y.
Class for men and :women Invites
Eighth Mr. and Mrs. Lcaston Wynn
We rejoice In this and welcome parents to bring the children and Hall were artistically decoratedfor presented by the of a new church but until ,
grade of the Hampton elementary have been visiting relatives in
the services palms,
these new members; but, we do remain for the study of the Bible School last Friday evening, wasa Qalnnsvllln and OralaMiss such a time the meetings/ are held Phone 52-J
lilies and red gladioli One of /
not want to stop here. Every under the instruction of a com the Mothers present, Mrs. Mable successful hit with young/ and Helen E. Adkins entertained In Novotney's a large tent Trailer close Park.by Fary Rev, OY DEE SERVICE I

Lord's Day should be a special petent .Bible Teacher, Charles idTurney. Mersereau, was enjoying a yellow- old. It was presented in the with a Stanley' party at Pierce Is the pastor Besides Sun. w. voitow yes tram Mrs HartmannI

day for gathering together In theLord's throated white orchid which her school auditorium, and was directed the Community Hall on Monday I I| day school there will be preaching/ .
Youth FellowpMp meets at 6:30: by Mrs. Ola M. Perkins and night of IIIRt week.
I daughter had sent by plane from .
House. May those who were services both morning, and evening
in the Chapel. This group of 20 Hawaii. Mrs. Ann R. Guy. Fancy work I Mrs. Edith Parker took over
Also Wednesday -
visiting: elsewhere on Mother's Day bv the Home Demonstration Club the John H Parker grocery business I. prayer meeting on
juniors from St. Mark's Episcopaland The Youth Meeting Saturday evening. So far there tinsbeen
be present :wIth us Sunday. was on sale before and after the the first of May and Is progressing I 'Two Jail Birds A MiracleWorkingGod
First Presbyterian had a most night was presided over by Elmer nicely. Every success if I a large attendance at theservices. ,
The sermon subject for Sundaywill performance.
enjoyable Treasure Hunt and Wiener Johns and it was Int;sting; and' Everyone Is Invited.
wished her In undertaking.
be "Reminders. One of these
roast on Tuesday evening under Instructive In the Hiblo Quiz the :Mother Day ProgramA
reminders Is the Lord's Day, and Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph DeWatrrs, Mrs Ray Forsythe. Mrs. Arnold And A Soldier'AT
boys were victorious! over the Trembling
the direction of Hollis Knight beautiful Mother's Day Program
New York 'I
another Is the church. Let us car formerly of City are Carlson and Mrs Blanche Cunningham ,
Jr. and his Committee. girls. was presented Sunday ev..n.Ing
Inrated In their home
of the { now new In Jacksonville
some things Friday
ry through / -John Warren Kaufman Members of the Tabernacle attending {in the Methodist Church by here which they recently / spent 8:00: I-. M. IJ.T.U. AT 7:00 1-. M.
that we started last Sunday. We purchased I. shopping and! spending/ sometime
urge all of the new members, who the State Convention and the Hampton Training Union. Alarge from Wesley L. Andrews ol I with Mrs. Cunningham's

have been received this year, to Christian Church Ladies' Auxiliary of the N. L. E. / number of parents attended Starke. A new block barber shop' daughter/ Mrs. F. L. Easterly, who Sqnday, II :00 A. M. Guest Speaker

be present next Sunday morning.. A. at St. Petersburg over the and much credit is due the teach. was constructed on the ground I' resides there. Kcv. Malcom Smith : "Refusing God's; Call"
Rev J. B. Dixon Pastor weekend were; Mrs. Jennt Thorn- ers of this group for the fine talent last week and Mr. DeWatert
for the Mr. and Mrs\ Howard Lawrenceand
The sermon subject
quest President of the local displayed Small shoulder corsages for business Saturday. ,,
Morning theme: "The leading opened on FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Hampton
son Ray of KIkton were calling ,
8 o'clock hour Sunday evening of red or white flowers
Auxiliary, and Miss Edna Noegel. with a satisfactory trade. At
will be "A Day At A Time." of God's goodness". W. B. McKinney and his Mother ,were given each one at the door. present, this In the only barbershop en old friends here Sunday Bible School 10:00: A. M. Hob Gray Pastor
Evening/ theme: "The paths ofdisappointment" Mrs Ida M. Gentry and daughter Begin now 'lo pray dally for tho Dsmh-lM Revival Campaign
Sunday School begins at 9:45: : Mrs. Ruby Goodman, are spending : Cpl. Bruce S. Maxwell, Camp In town, so It should be well Lillian and daughter Mrs\ W. which starts In Juno.

a.m. Bible School 10 a week's vacation with relativesand Campbell, Ky. Is home on a fifteen patronized. Watkins of Jacksonville spent
M. Y. F. meets at 7 a.m. friends in Miami. sick to II. C Green, Janitor and caretaker
p.m. Tuesday night Teacher Train- day leave owing an of the Hampton School for Mothers Day with Mrs. Burt Bus-
meeting. Wednesday accident resulting In a dislocated bee Mrs.
Prayer at Sliver Spring Bus-
Ing Class; Wednesday night Pray- CHURCH OF JESrS CHRIST shoulder many years recently resigned his
evening at 8 o'clock. bee Is also a daughter of Mrs.\
ec Meeting and Bible Study. Fri. OF LATTER DAY SA1XTS Freeman B. flail, who has beer. position and Is now living In
WSCS Prayer Group, Tuesday day 3:30: p.m., Children's hour. confined to Shadycrest Hospital Lake City. Leland L. Redenbaugh Gentry. STOP ROOF LEAKS !
morning at 9 o'clock Friday night Young People's De The Church of Jesus Christ of has taken over the school duties Guests In the home of Mr.\ and

Come and worship with us. partment. Latter Day Saints will hold servo for the remainder of the term. Mrs. T M. Flnley during the past
ices In the USO Tem CHURCH OF GOD week John W .
. building on Regret 1s expressed that Mrs were Crowson, OrInndn
ple Ave., Sunday, May 15: at 10a Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor T E. Simmons and J. L. Williamsare Mr and Mrs. Jimmie Mel 1

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke m. for the purpose of organizinga quite ill, and confined to ton and two children! Atlanta, Ga,
church here. Several of the 8th &: St. Clair SLs. Shadycront Hospital. Mrs\ F, Wasdin and two .children

Rev. Lewis I). Halm's., Pastor Elders from. Jacksonville will be Sunday School 10 a,m. Freeman B. Hall's' getting Sarasota and Mr, and Mrs. James

the principal speakers A Cordial Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. along nicely and. Is again out, after 1 I Sutton and children of Jackson
I' I' Invitation Is extended to all. Sunday Evening Service 7:3O: p.m.Y. a week In the Hospital at ville. ,
".. The Heart of Town And In The HrarU
P. E SeRvice Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Starke.Mr. Miss Aileen Wagner of Gainesville -

of The People"* CONGREGATIONAL Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. and Mrs. Leanton A. Wynn spent Mothers Day with her

.1 ,. I METHODIST CIH'RCH left last week for an extended parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Wag-

A Southern Baptist Church For All People Services every first and third CATHOLIC CHURCH visit with relatives and friends ner.Terrill .

Saturday night Sunday morning Sunday Mass 10 a.m. In North and South Cnrollna. W. Cunningham of theN

erging Wo..hlp-1I:00: Happy Hour 8:00S.nday' : I and Sunday night, 11 a.m. and Sunday School 11am. Mrs. O. P. Wadsworth recently A. S. Jacksonville spent Mothers
8 p.m. at Congregational Metho- Week Day Mass 8:30: am. spent several days In Orangeburgand Day at his home here. Ho
School 0:43 Training Union-6:45: : THE PERMANENT
: was accompanied by Wallace
dls Church on Brownlee Road.- Dorchester, S. C.
Midweek.. Service Wednesday< 8:00: f. M. Rev. Ernest Griffin, pastor dayBible Study Is every Wednesday Mrs. Tom Gilmartin has returned -

,. I at 7:43ciirncii to her home after a two \ MINERAL RUBBER

MORNING : "Power Stored" PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS weeks visit In Adele, Gn. with EXPERTad
or CHRIST relatives.
loll St. and Temple Ave
EVENING: "Eternity Is Long""Visit Bible School 10 a.m. Sunday Miss Martha Horne enjoyed the
Sunday School 9:43: : a. m.; Morn. isSERVICE
Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday weekend In Lakeland, where' she <>
,. Ing Worship" 11 a. m.; Evangelistic !
Evening Service 7:43: : p,m. Sunday attended, meetings as n. delegate. F r Residential or Industrial Usel
The Church With The Visiting Pastor" Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone
welcome. from the Bradford High School uJUy, qY \ ml heat. < ld, water and acids

I Beta Club. F r ilal grovel, metal, composition,
Little Carolyn Ann Simmons ol Colers f f |t and thingle roof*

Jacksonville spent several clays

last week with Mr. and! Mrs APPLY IT YOURSELF

Archie Elland.
or -f -v-
Mrs Katie Minton, of Lake Aluminum or we can apply it for you!

1t HIS ipnnjf..it; it seems everybody's fancy is turning to f here Butler Sunday.enjoyed. .visiting relatives and Black.

Mrs J, T. Ouy I In spending a

while In Lake City with her Chaa.'! C. B. T. THOMAS LUMBER CO.

daughter, Mrs Miriam Ouy Joplln. -
the ateaf&uittefc/ illTmY gin# ShepherdAl
Among Mothers visitors
Service Station
here last Sunday were: Mr. and Gay's 1-, n. Jinx 735: Starke, Fla." Phone 164-J&
Mrs. R. C. Gray ST. of Tampa I

who visited their son. Rev. Robert
r Gray Jr. at the home of Mrs

Thomas P. Brown: Mr. and! Mrs

I: "i"if Wilson F. May, of \VMIInton, who

iLi were guests of their mother ]Mrs\ .

F Horace May and Mrs. Minnie I
l'v/ nl v Johns; Mrs. Annie Godwin of
i HOME is where the L
Gainesville who was with net ,
yt mother Mrs Leila Cox; and tho

t ., ll daughters of Mrs' D. W. Johnson, _
ht C
\I e / I who were her guests on this

day were: ]Mrs.\ Mary Lee Allen }HEART is. .
and Milts June
Johnson of Jacksonville

and Mrs James Broome

-r of Orlando

Mrs. Ida Maxwell of Jncksonvlllo REDOr KILOWATT

spent Wednesday through/ Your Electric SeruntTTTTTn

Friday last week visiting relatives

and her many friends here.
Jay and Bill Alderman returned

Sunday from Branford where

they visited their Aunt, Mrs. i

Opal Weather hy.

The 'iMtlln* D. Lan 4-a..r SdanWhw I
Krf.nl//l .I seIenW.I.Ur.tad

API'U.\\i'f4! :!

a and The reason fs, CommrrHnl. nrme.tte

ii t',2 gl 'C's so. nittc/i nlld costs so Iii lie /0 o/I"O/t'r7'id curt/nIabi \LF.H-SKIUH: : ( V.:


The most Beautiful BUY for The most Beautiful BUY for Thrills and Thrift The/ most Beautiful BUY for Inc. .
llnrdwnrr I.*inker falnl

Styling Yes is the demand for Chevrolets thisspring Comfort '' ...
so great new KF.tTNTOMIIHK.II: : r Pl.t.
All your friends will say, "What a YolilllmefrulYfromforlaGbeven\ / if you !.",>". UI

beauty: what a buy!" For this car hasBody that.it seems everybody's fancy is turning to ri.le all Hay long, thank. to a Snprrfcie \ I *. P, Willi.",.,,", Ilp>rr..nfntlv. .

a by Jo'i.her-eoclusive:: to this moat beautiful buy of all! Interior derp, form-fitting -- ...--

Chevrolet and higher-priced cars.To All America is thrilling to the fleet, flashing lines "Five-Foot Sratt"and eitra-gener- CIEANERr1'S
OIM head], leg and elbow room.
and colors I of f Chevrolet's I Bodies by Fisher to CGG ERr _

most Beautiful BUY for the sparkling and spirited performance of its Valve- PHONE 218
and Riding Ease /-rite most Beautiful BUY for E ,,irGr:. sfRJl
Driving Center-Point Design in-Head Engine and to the extraordinary newdriving All-Round Safety COLONI1LFLORIST / rr % ,'

Chevrolet's new and riding results imparted by its 9r'i ///iy
-including Center-Point Steering amouswith new Certi-Safe Hydraulia / I1%

Center-Point Seating Lower Center Center-Point Design. And all America is agreeing Brakes with Dubl-Li/e, / brake linings:

.f Gravity without loss of road clearthat Chevrolet is the only car that offers all these lira-strong:: Fisher. Unisteel Body;

,ace, an of and little I
advantages highest-priced cars costs so
-gives entirely run driving Glaze throughout; and the super. ;.//, 'I r,r.
and riding ease. to buy operate and maintain! safe Unitued Knee-Action Hide.

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Will. Be "In A Jam" Morgan Says cclved $231,51000 unJcr the n.w tax as a source of revenue. "We R. G. LeTourneau Campaign are going: forward. Junnlta -
I Schools I I Onmt-r who e re.ldenl'" IIP f>rka divorce Bradford county
school program which has been are leaving that up to the finance 013 North mh .-.. Khali
Cottage prayer meetings are : TolfKtaph'' "publish thin OrdvrIn
Unless Legislature Provides More Funds described as one of tie! mo.it advanced and taxation experts in the Will Be Revival being held i throughout the County. Juno You II.ai i9 In the It was designed Legislature," he said. my and officialHeal
Court hU hand
Mr "
Bradford County has a the county now gets! from the to put smaller poorer State School Superintendent Speaker June 12th the Edmond Tenly chairman of ."eke. divnrr*. Drmlforil Count/ 11. 1949.at rltarka, llila May
on Woman's Work T.I..r.'h shall piihljnh this. Order
stake in present legislative I State. That's allowing for Increases counties on an equil footing with Thou. D. Bailey recently estimated 1] .....r. has made an urgent plea for every In neat four w.kly .lati.*. ({' :
In enrollment at the larger-richer counties In piovldiug Florida school needs for 1950-81: .. Wltn.in my hand and official' Mat rClerk.
to provide sufficient present ;.. Christian to pause at D o'clock at Stark*, fiorlila' this May !0 l 4i. By Haven Croiihy. D. C.
curry on the new State state-wide rate of approximately school facilities, the superintendent at a minimum of $30,000,000:\ or A M. dally to pray definitely for (OFFICIAL. SE.IT.i) A. J. Thomas::; : Joaeph K. Skipper, 821 Qraham
said. A* Clark' of laid Court BldaJacksonville, Flo..lda.Ally. ,
Foundation Program, five percent a year and a minimum of J09.000.00Q) for the the success of the Revival. ny Haven Crosby n. P. .
than'I that the school system coming two years.New Znch H. OoiivliiH' JuikHonvlllf.. for Pit. 6-13 4t 6-3
Morgan, superintendent of Stating The Daniels Evangelistic
for contemplated Improvements 1 in Party Ally for' 1'lf, 5-13 U 8-J
lic instruction told teaching staffs and school facili would be In a "Jam" If the Legislature . . la very popular In this section. Dr.' -- 0(0 T
the Rotary Club last week. ties. Bradford County's birth rate failed to provide adequate t Daniels comes highly recommended In Circuit. r,...... Bradford County.
Morgan estimated that even exceeds the nta.3 average tax measures to raise funds RiverAND by pastors and churches wherehe Samuel Wllivix. I'lalntlff.' ; vn. Claudia'
County will need 54194.00 : he said. necessary to carry on the. pro has served or held revivals. Kaln Wilcox Defendant., Can No.

to run schools during: 19.10-31 During 1913-10 this county ra- gram Morgan saM that the county ;' LONG BRIDGE Interest In the campaign Is In 1 7J98.Order of Pnbll.....lun and Notice
o would bo faced with the tl3k' By Mr*. E. A, Sapp creasing. according to reports we To Appear
of the Mt19t.OO from loc s6 receive from all section. STATE OF FLORIDA to:'I
raising !
I .
have stepping/ I e riamlla Ituln' Wllc-ox, whose real-'
c al funds or le'.tlntf the school de deuce js unknown
NOW at the low 10 1 Mrs. Llnnla Drake of Lakeland St. You are required to appear' on
; ''I teriorate. "We could not raise Is visiting her sister. Miss Ida Mark's Episcopal June 13, t04<>, In the above iiiirncil
de I
price-no .
Court and ,
whf ln
that much additional revenue cause r* plaintiff
Rev. B. E. Simmons .
Merritt, and other relatives In B. D., Vicar Hunk divorce. Hradford County I
livery. Drive in : through taxation. he said. "there- Telegraph uliall piihllnli this Order
'|fore we would be faced with a this section. Sunday, May 13: ff am. Holy In next four weekly. Innuo"
our yard we will load them for and at the
same Wltnemi ,
you Communion. my hand and official
{ six-months school term, cutting I Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Moody Corporate and Baal at
Starke, Florida' thin May
time show you our mammoth new Block Plant in I I teachers salaries, and other un.I and Markelee Moody carried a breakfast of the youth of the 9, 1949.

operation. The latest in design and quality. !I desirable retrenchment measure" load of vegetables to tire produce Mission. (OFFICIAL All SIT Clerk,) of A. laid JT Th'.mnf.Court,,

".Most Everything To Build Repair Or Remodel" The H.194.00: that the county market In Jacksonville Mondny. 0:45: p.m. Church School. Nurseryand ny Haven CroHby. D. C.
will probably need for the, second Kindergarten U ch 1C Donfflux. Jacksonville., Flu
CERTIFIED READY-MIX CONCRETE S. L. Crews and children. Jonnle R. O. LE TOURNEAO departmentsin Atty for l'lf. &.13 4t 6-3
year of the coming biennium Is Francis and Bobble, and Mr. and j the Pariah House. Junior and -
ALL INCiKKIMK.NTM': '::'\ INSFECTKU: &: UEIOHEIIUK equal, Morgan said to a levy of Mrs E. A. Sapp attended churchat R, O!' LeTourneau Internationally Intermediate departments in In. Circuit. Court, Bradford (:

ML'llK: OF Till: nEST IIY CEILTIPIEU. TEST 13.45 mills for the public tax Johnstown Sunday morning. known Christian businessman the church. 'Jnin.H Florida. K.: In Mrlnmm t hancrrr.Sr.,, 1'111," 'o..n.1 PHARMACIST

supported schools. The the countynow Those on the sick lint this week and outstanding rnduntrlallst, 11 R.m. Morning Prayer and ser (Mary.'..m N.Virginia.. ,7308.Order Llrlnnon, U"'*
ANNIS BUILDING SUPPLIES Inc. levies 19 mills, and con-
stitutional limit Is 20. are Louise Johns Charley end will speak here Sunday night mon by the Vicar of Publication... cad itollroSTATW Phone fit' STARKE
(;AINESVILI.I:, FLA. Barbara Johns. Eddie Moody, June 12, at the Big Tent In con.nectlon 6:30: ( p.m. Youth Fellowship in OF Apprnr Jo'.OftIDA. to:
"If the people want better Felton Moody, Mrs. R. J. Turner with the.E. J. Daniels Revival cooperation with the youth of ,Mary Virginia Prlnnnn, who.. rfflilvnce Qn-the-Minit Service

"'-.---------.----.---.-.-.-.-- schools they must InslAt that the and Melton Kerce. We wish them Campaign which will be In the Presbyterian Church at the ,In neorcla 1914: N::. 401 h Street savannah DAY & NIGHT
Foundation Program appropriation all a speedy recovery. progress at that time. Mr. Le. Presbyterian Church. You are required! to appear on.
Jlllltf 1:1.: 194), In the ahov. natn.d,
be adopted In full and that The former Miss Mildred Ren- Tourneau Is an American phe The church Is open daily for Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ..

U. S. BOND OPPORTUNITYOF sufficient revenue be provided to froe of Ft. Myers and husband nomenon. A self-taught mechanical prayer and meditation. ..
meet the need* ," Morgan said. lie were visiting her sister, Mrs. R. genius he pioneered the mam- I
stated that the school people were J. Turner, last Wednesday and moth earth-moving machines you IV rinri'ir<< come, \nrnnn
recommending see biting off hills and filling up r..v..I.y.. Pl.OltlUtl IX: CHAN.CKIIV. 0bl
I not any specific Thursday. .
valleys for dams, airports army .'.
John Crnmer,
THE YEAR1949Put .. . .. Plaintiff VH. Junnitn -
I -- 4MM*>M.t- >->w<>--- -------- ---..) cantonments and express high. Croiner, Defendant.. ('H." No. slM
ways. 7297.O11DKR
Bob LeToumeau'a life story Is AND: NOTICE TO APIMOAR/
of the stranger-than-flctlon type. STATK OF FI.IHID.to: Mom&9wnd! and Pperqfaj by
Opportunity Your Future
\ Brought up by humble God-fear-
'dy F J. F.
k ing parents he left school at the

By Planning To Invest In U. S. Savings a age foundry.of fourteen Two to years take later a job he in W.C.T.U. 115 West Call St. Starke, Fla.

became Christian.. TIIK LIQUOR SELLER IS

Bonds. For the next few years his progress I THE ONLY BUSINESS MAN Complete line Auto Accessories Tires .

was steady, beginning In a BEST WHO CUSTOMER.IS ASHAMED" OF IllS Batteries Outboard Motors Fishing

garage In which he .was part (FLORIDA GOOD NKWS Tackle Radios Bicycles And hundreds 0
owner, repairing tractors. It was of other.items .
Nation-wide Opportunity Drive by Treasury here he fell in love with earth- APRIL 1949))

moving equipment and began .

Department begins !May 16, 191!), With goal -..lpia making improvements on existing
t \TV models. Soon thereafter he start.

of more than one billion dollars in series E I I, ed an to ever-Increasing turn out his own scale productson ARMY CAMP: Vy.HECKING CQRPCAMP BLAND.ING ...." o!!

i Mr. LeTourneau frankly attrib-

Savings Bonds. .n.Wr1wM1- utes his success entirely to God. WE LOWERED OUR PRICES-

He believes God directly Inspiredone

of his key Inventions a LET OTHERS FOLLOW !
"And We'll Each Have A Closet!
power unit,
operated by one man,
Your bank invites you to come in and discuss
When you build your own home you get exactly dumping combines and spreading loading, hauling operations

or any problems concerning
what YOU want not the second-hand ideas cf
This Christian business man
the right type of bond for your re somebody else! Let us help you put your ideas tells his story In a straightforward

into action! 'Talk over your home building needs unassuming manner He A
quirements Series E, F" or (J. makes no pretense at oratory but 4/ saOper
with our friendly Advisors this week. Free estimates his message carries the Irresistible 1 x 3 and 1 x . . . 1000
conviction which comes from com
cheerfully given! plete sincerity. When you hear PINE FRAMING
o him tell how he literally made

FLORIDA God a, "partner" In his business S5000
BANK STARKE following dimensions.
at your l1eart ,will be _
touched and 1000
you will realize how mightily the 2 x 4's, 2 x: 6's, 2 x 8's, 2 x 1 10's, 2 x 12's . ,
power of Cod can use the life thatis
MEMBER F.D.I.C. fully yielded to Him. $

Member Florida National' Group; -"" BUILDERS L Lt SUPPLIES response Mr. LeTourneau to an Invitation Is coming from the In PINE! FLOORING ... . . . . $3500per 1000

S.A.L. DEPOT "' Qt faXo* (, 45 W-" Rotary Club who will attend the

services In a body on June 12. CRATING LUMBER-$25 per 1,000 BD. FT.!
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------.. --------------.-----.-.:, Plans for the Daniels Revival All other !sizes from 2x2 to 6x6 at prices you cannot beat!

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these prices; feature'Extras"that AF A- N-S cannot Get" them match early anywhere at prices I you

j DELIVERED AT YOUR DOOR 30-INCH _ $22.50 42 INCH r - $32.75

't INCLUDING 11010. UNDI.$IA1 HIAJI*. D..OU.II. 36-INCH _ f $29.75 72 INCH - $84.50


you're price conscious } SPECIAL SERIES AS WW AS PICNIC; IN YOUR OWN YARD! )
IF these days as! get direction signals
rear shields
you shop for new cars, you've probably flexible steering a Hew SPECIALS or* HOW under wheel an air cleaner f PICNIC TABLES
made a big discovery. an prlctt will &. announced WHit/ .J
oil filter, a clock-all included in the basic production of For 9'x21f Bldg. :;' "'
It's list Ihtt ..,.a it relUmecL Water :0:.."- .. '
important to find out what the price in- price. On all ItOADMASTEKS!! these ;=xt : 4'<'k4' ',.ta 4- 21 UP

t cludet-particularly in the normal "spread" prices even cover Dynuflow Dr.veas stand Cooling ifi'* "' .w .. .. .
between list and delivered prices. ard equipment. not an extra-cost item. ; SERIES ELECTRICALSUPPLIES .

? SoS 2-Ooor $.cfan.f (IJII.r/) $2,518 Fountain Ji.tj ';
Take these Buick. prices given here. All of Included also, of course, are such Buick
31 4-Door Sedan 2,601
<<;m. as the panel tells you cover such extra values us Fireball power, which you I r

.universally wanted accessories us radio and get nowhere else widest springing(, almost 44 S6C Comrerfibfo 307Ih : '

.antenna: heater and defroster, windshield an exclusive! -the rims in the ;industry 59 Estate Wagon 3,657 9.75

washers and built-in buck-up lights.. -and that .very special and desirable. GARAGE ._ -
solid Buick feel. "-I
ROADMASTER SERIES DOORS Wood.n coblnaf with sl.e!
These are individually! itemized on your So-check the Inclining By/inflow ".,., lined Ic. compartmaitt. Side. >
bill of sale. Not "extras"'Vhen you price GYPLAP
itemized but still included 76 arm fountain ".ch.
in your Buick when today's curs. Check the "deal" too, and 2-Ooor S* fan.t .. o. .1,086 EXCEPTIONAL BUY!

things that you get it, are many make sure it's as fair and aboveboard as the 71 4-0 oor Sudan Ate S'.1>'. U.. this tits! 'y50 TOILETS WALLBOARD
classify as extra-cost items on Buick sales policy. 76C 3 205: .. cut tham Jow . *Wao *
many other cars. 3,648 FLUSH VALVIIHCLUDCD ) COO part
We're 79 fsfafe ? '..ul... tif thamana!
Wagon .b'
pretty sure your conclusion will 4.236 CELOTEX
For instance, Foumtex sent cushions Iron or t.ili.. Unrrlmmad at $19.00 pa' M.
are be
an when
.extra value on Buick St'l'I-KS and Ku\i. tion is you see what stepped-up produc Slat.and local ".... /II any. ../ro. Dynallow/ Dr/va/ optional/ %" ."ic."... 2c ft Vltr:::.v...a C chrome h, I a.H ,. ,
doing '
to deliveries. You'll decide of..,lro coil thfcknan 5. ftMi il..a I r 1
cMASTTRS that cost on SUPER modaf Wfifla Mnatl/ tint optional' loan-typa SERVICE SINKS
you nothing extra. You "Buick's .
the buy! -and get your order in. s o,a>,ro coif an off/ mod.ft.All! prlc.i tahjtct fo chongo w"... vaiva EiMmalad" rail rim '1250

out noMc. Prim may vary lltaMf, lit orf/oinlof/ / commun/H.i, $12.50 24".20" . .
MOI ctitr MM erf tacouta rrantporfoMon' / ell."" .*. .11. work Only vary favr loftOOUIILE


a", !WINDOWS BUY A I. 8, 10 and 12 foot .lan..ke.
Idaal( for M.
with i t HOME! churcha. ..e..1.. .

-.... FRAMES
.... -- Easy Terms ROLLER CONVEYORS

.. F $8 95 For ..., handling .. .bo..., Ivrnkor
-- .. 1 b 3 IV:2 Gal.I PyreneEXTINGUISHERS
b numarou other It...... I I. 12",
1:111..1:1..8": : ). 6arell.rt rn-'
18" & 24" widths 10 ft MCtieooe
diec.. Ileadl foe ImmWlrl.ny 1 . .
HI .... for USED $2.00 par f*
...11.l ...... -" typo awtinaulihar
oil'1 troy af firs--ep.cialI, eh.m- NEW (dull crated) $3.00 pee ft
-- -
fir, 1 gallon

9 L.te :: . . $1395 OVERHEAD
i 'alien lisa with $2875 .

1 t' x. SASH FFj15.1! .J tort . FIXTURES

\ GALVANIZED' Comvlata with matal hoes. ..4whita
-5..1.45 I SHEET IRON glass Riob..ppea., 13" di-
1'Mwlafesrr.Iesnoblfeawrs : : Gal, flat metal .h..... App $ ."m.5.. $165
brllfCICX store. a.reL ....- M. J4".96" In .... aa sUI build l/s...
su at + < PIPE FITTINGS' Black, Galyjnized Soil
-_". AND
By The Foot Or TonI

i.. b NCNAY AArIOR, ABC N.mvrt, .wry Ak IoY m.Npf Open Monday Through Saturday From 8 A.M., to 5 P.M.

f Starke 225 Temple, Florida Avenue Green Buick Co. Telephones 226 & 133 ARMY CAMP I WRECKING CORP.

Lex Green I'i : >-AMP iLANDING.(: FLA. MO BOX, 569,. STARKE, Fl-A PHONE_o*

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