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 20, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Softball- League Bill AuthorizesCity To Assess Re-Registration Wolfork And Robinson Held On Warrants i

Schedule Begins has Boards passed House For a of Senate PavingThe Representatives bill Introduced Bill Passes For First Degree Murder In Silcox Death I

by Sen. Charley E. Johns House And SenateA .'.... -. -,- -- -.

Saturday May 28 which would require Bradford \\\.1 Second Suspect Is Apprehended '
County the School Board and oth- Special Sale May 31 n' I ( r
er political subdivisions of the bill calling for a rereglstra- ; :' lf; At His Former Home In
Organization of a six-team tlon of all Bradford County voters At Livestock Mkt. .
bear the ''
county to help expenseof "i
Softball League with James Hobbs In for elections to be held after .' Perry, Ga.
as president .was announced this municipal improvements March 1, 1930 was Introduced In A good run of cattle this week 11 ,:\"

week Other officers of the organization Starke. the House of Representatives by with plenty of buyer present to
are G. S. Newcomb necre- Assessments for the laying of Rep. J. P. Roberta last .week.. buy all livestock was. reported" by Efforts to have a $22 check forwarded from his ex-ad-

tary-treasurer; L. M. Gaines. of- sidewalks sewers, water mains, The bill hm also been passed the Farmers Produce & Livestock dress in Jacksonville to his refuge in Perry, Ga., led to the

ficial scorekeeper; and A, B. curbing and paving through or I by the Senate and has gone to Market, Gainesville. The market ..... ..; arrest last Friday of L. D. (Little Dump) Robinson, 47-
Baker, publicity chairman.It along property owned by the political Gov. Warren for his signature.All was 50 cents. to $1 higher on all year-old negro, as the second suspect in the D. L. Silcox

was announced that 'doubleheaders boards and subdivisions I previous registrations of slaughter grades and there was slaying here May 4. ,

will be placed on Fridayand would be liable for assessment"in voters In the county would be a good. demand for stocker cattle i I Also held is George Wolfork, Jr,, lanky 29-year-old

Saturday nights of each week all cases where the same j' declared null and void with the with several out of state buyers.! I negro who was taken into custody by sheriff P. D. Reddish

beginning Saturday May 28. at property would be subject had It" enactment of the bill Into law. HOGS: No. 1. 1305; No. 2, 17. in Jacksonville on May 7, Both men are now held in out-of-

8pm. Lighting of the Softball been owned by private owners. A second bill Introduced by 60; No.3. 17.&O; No. 4, 17,00, j town confinement on warrants for murder in the first

field (which la the old baseball Another Johns bill passed by Roberta would authorize the Starke No. 5, 19.55.CALVESup: degree
the House would empower the City Council to assess a qualify- I .
field) was completed this week. to $21; Common, Robinson! was arrested l I by
Starke city clerk to cancel all ing fee on all candidates>a for elec- 1000( to 22.00 Culls\ 15.00 to 19.- ..
Teams ;
comprising the League officers in Perry Ga. actingon
are: Biggs & Baker Hercules municipal- tax sale certificatesheld tive municipal offices. 00. 1 ;t", ,,) BUS Glee Club information furnished by
by any private person or The fee would not exceed tlvep4'r ..
Coca-Cola Robbins', Setter's, andAlvarez' STEERS A HEIFERS: Cutters, Jacksonville city detectiveswho
holder Issued prior to 1035. cent of the annual compen-
17.50 to 1900; Canners, 1500 to
learned that the
The bills now go to Governor sation paid to the occupant of the ,' negro
Women's teams are also being Warren. office. 17.50; Stockers" 1600( to 19.5O Concert TuesdayThe had wired his former address

organized by the Junior Woman' Both bills were placed on the COWS: Common, 18.50 to 20-( requesting that a $22 check be
Club the high school girls, the local calendar. 25; Cutters 16.00 to IS.CO; Canners forwarded to him In Perry. It Is

Bloomer Girls and the Girl Scouts Funeral Friday 13.00 to 16.00; Stockers. ,' Bradford High School Olee reported that he had lost a fingerIn

it was announced. New Doctor ArrivesTo 14 00 to 18.SO. Club, under tho direction of Mrs. a St Johns River dredge boat

Stock owners are reminded of L. A, Canova. will present a accident last November and had

Lake Butler Youth For W. P. Be Associated Manager J. D. Odom's special vnrled program next Tuesday, been drawing $22 a week compensation

Drowned In SmithI In Local Hospital sale which will be held Tuesday May 2-4, In the BITS auditorium It Is believed that followingthe
Kingsley I May 31. "All the Florida buyers, at 8:15.: : arrest of Wolfork Robinsonfled

While On PartyGerald Wm. Preston Smith, 81, prom- I .... plus several out of state packerand There !Is no charge' for admission to Perry, his former home,
inent In business fraternal, and I stocker buyers will be here,' and the public Is cordially and where he has a brother.! .

Brannen, 17, a member church activities In Starke for the Mr. Odom advises "you do not Invited to attend. I When notified that Robinson

of the Junior Class of Union past 18 years died at midnight want to sell or buy, come and was being held, Bradford County

County High School was drownedin Tuesday in St. Vincent's Hospital, look." Cub Scouts Hold I Sheriff P. D Reddish and J. J.
Kingsley Lake about 6:45: p. Jacksonville after an illness of Elliot, special Investigator for
m. Monday while on a high school several weeks. Ld Monthly MeetingCub Governor Warren left Immediately -

party. Funeral services will be held +a ; Pecan Marketing r for Perry and returned with the
Young Brannen wall the son of at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon In Scouts of Pack 70 held suspect about 6 o'clock Saturday

:Mrs Evelyn Brannen of Lake the First Methodist Church with !i I !I their monthly meeting April 28 moi'nlng.
Butler and E. A. Brannen of In St. Murk's Parish. House
Rev W J. Churchwell of Jacksonville -
Meeting FridayI Records at the State Prison
Lake City. He was a vice presi- officiating, assisted by During the business session tvo disclose that Robinson also known

dent of the Union County Chap- Rev. J. R. Hill, pastor Interment i hays went up for their Bob-Cat under aliases of Hunter and June

ter FFA and a member of the will be in Crosby Lake A meeting to discuss a propose rank and Freddy Stevens! came I Bug had served!' part of a seven-

WOW, Cemetery with Wilson Funeral ;I I Pecan Marketing Agreement will In as a new Cub. Mrs T J K. Mc year sentence for manslaughterIn !''
It la reported that Brannen and Home, Lake City In charge of be held In the courthouse at I II Clans, Jr. and Mr, Marty Young Everglades, Collier County. He
several other students dived from arrangements. Pall bearers will\ be I at were Introduced as Den Mothers.
Starke Friday night May 20 was later paroled. The evidence In
a raft that had been taken some member of the Board of Stew- 1 and Tom McClano and Ray.nond
7:30: o'colck according to an anj, thin cane Indicated that Robinson
distance from shore and started nrda of the Methodist Church Williams Den Chiefs. Jack
: nouncement by County Agent T, shot another negro man who followed -
swimming back. Brannen suddenly i The body will lie In State at the ,,1<. McClane.A I Trawlck was named Cubmaster, him to his. home and

went under In about seven feet church from 3 to 4 pm. today. -- marketing agreement Is be.. succeeding James Preston who "kicked the door down" after
of water and it was several minutes i
him moved to Lake
Mr. Smith was born In Lexington Ing considered which would In.j City. Robinson had won his money In
before his could be ; .
body recovered County S. C. on Nov. 14, elude the states of Florida, Georgia .,:">,.:". Boys In each Den contributed a "akin game".
by Frow Strickland .
oper- 1868 and came to Florida as a South Carolina, Alabama, enjoyable stunts to the meetingand W. H. Freeman and T. J.
ator of the resort where the party young man still in his twenties.All I and Mississippi. Hearings on the 0' HELD ON WARRANTS FOR FIRST I1EGREB MURDER are George tables were displayed with Wright deputies from the Volusia

was held. of his active business life Dr. Candler K. Hayes, physician proposed agreement will be, held| Wortolk, Jr., (left) and L. D. Robinson, In connection with the murderof the month's achievements. "Life County sheriff's office arrived

Artificial respiration was ap- was spent in the naval stores I and surgeon of Little Rock, Arkansas around the first of June In Mov'' D. L. Silcox here on May 4. In the Philippines" was the theme here Wednesday afternoon to question -
plied fur 30 minute and Dr J. that within
has announced
and lumber business, and he was bile Ala. and Albany Ga. _'X I carried! out. the negroes In connectionwith
M. Hembree was called and used ,
the few he
next days expectsto
"n. aged in this operation! many li The meeting adjourned" for a a liquor ,holdup near ,Day ...
t fII'ree."It..Lur" fur'49 minutes, but different I move to Starke and to become O. H. Bluckv.u: ,.,L.-H Iewi More New Names Girl Scout Troop r
points In Florida. He soelal hour at which time" Cubs tona Beach several 'weeks ago .,
and D. E. Tlmmons of the Agricultural
success. associated with Dr. H H. Adam
came to Starke from Lake City For Hill Divided Into Junior and their parents. enjoyed refresh Sheriff Reddish stated that a
Funeral services were held !nthe and Dr. J. M. Hembree In the Extension Service will be Clay
In 1031 and operated the Starke Mr Tyson St. Augustine
i ments. The next Pack garage
(I I at the here to
Butler Methodist Church present meeting
practice of medicine and And Senior
Stave Mill until his surgery GroupsThe and station had
filling ,
retirement I I Readers are still contributing be held May 20. operator
: the of the
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. at the Shadycrest Hospital and explain provisions ,
ten years ago. :| Interesting suggestions pro and Identified Wolfork as being the
agreement to growers In this Starke Girl Scouts have
Clinic. Dr. Hayes has stated that I
I Mr. Smith was a member" of the i,' con changing the name of Lura Daniels "long, tall negro" who recentlyheld
Stevenson Grove he will open his offices In the area. column !grown HO huge In number that It Party J him with
Methodist Church where he was Burgess Mohr's "Clay 11111" up making away
Clinic by June 1, 1010. This will be a four-county meeting was. found necessary to split the
Will Arrive 27
'a member of the Board of Stewards so the final decision In thismatter May
Changes Ownership Dr. Hayes, native, of Arkansas, !, and Interested parties have be delayed !group.! Beginning this week the $110.The men are also being I
as chairman for will have to ques
e' serving received his B. S. and M. D. degrees been Invited from Aluchua, Columbia I Junior Troop No. I will meet on'' For Tent Revival tinned In connection with
Karl Morstein, of North several He was a charter another week. a liquorstore
formerly years. at the University of Arkansas and Union Counties. I Tuesdays and take In girls 10 to I III
in Marion
Branch, Mich., has bought the member! of the Rotary Club, the from which he graduatedIn John R Slpes. a former newspaperman J years of age The Senior Troop |I holdup County
Sheriff Reddish states that Rob-
Stevenson west of WOW, the Masonic order, and a of the
pecan grove and now owner '
1938. After In St. II No. I will meet on Wednesdays
an Internship
Scouts inson denies being with Wolf oik
Starke from the Potter-MuCune past member. of Elks and Knightsof Boy Enjoy Economy Bindery at Ft. Mendu' | 1..1 I
Lukea with 12
Hospital In Jacksonville ages( ranging through
Co. of McKeesport, Pa. The sale Pytheas. He was a director of Weekend Hike suggests "LURA'S SUNSHINK': : I at the time of the murder here.
he was a member of the staff The Juniors have already' held
jan Wolfork has admitted Into
was made through the E. A. the Florida Rank at Starke. I I Idepartmentalize j !going
CORNER" with '
of the Florida State Hospital at election for officers and I t they ,
Strout Agency Survivors Include two sons, W. To Camp BlandingBoy her PhllOs"phv,1| the Silcox store "for some cigar-
Chattahoochee. Fla. for a year, :, are afl follows: Ju" Ann Slndn, I ettes",. but maintains that Robinson -
Mr. Morstein P. Smith, Jr. and J. E. Smith
was formerly the Clay Hill Items, and the Helpful .
and subsequently was engaged( In President: Miirvnret Rote Duncan,
Scout Troop organizedan did the shooting, the Sheriff
manager of a tool and die shop! i In both of Starke; a daughter Mrs.F. hints. .
general practice In Florida untilhe all-night camping trip on the. Vice Pres, Jacklq Hnbbx. Srerrtary said.
North Branch. He and his wife W. Varnedoe, Palatka three
and their two children brothers S. E. Smith Swansea entered military service... Dur banks of Kingsley Lake In the Mrs. \V F. Swlnyer. Hox 101n I ; Linda Johns. Treaa. and Silcox was. shot Just above the
are norv ing the recent war he served with Standing reservation last Friday Los Galon Calif., writes. : ""; Kmma: Jane Canova Scribe. The heart about 9:30: o'clock Wednesday -
occupying their new home here. S. C., F. E. Smith Orangeburg
I. the Army Air Force, and was dtp- of In California we look forward each Flag bearers are Jackie Parker .
under the I
He states that they looked all S. C., and O R. Smith Bronks- night, leadership I night, May In his amall
over Florida before buying and vllle) and two granddaughters charged with the rank of Major Scoutmaster Johnny Joca week to Lura's column and my I and Jean Mundy, and Color Guards, grocery" store on Tenth StreetHighway
shortly after the termination of suggestions for a new name are: Anita Stock and Betty Gunter
( 161) near the border of
that the Stevenson grove waa the Mary Tallulsh\ Var.ieiloe Palatka. At 2:30: Friday afternoon II
hostilities. Since his return to pri- Across the Miles', 'J1.rt..ndlyThoughts' This Is. a very happy week for Reno Starke's negro settlement.
most attractive buy they found. and Diana Smith Starke. scouts loaded a truck donated by ,"
vate practice Dr. Hayes has been or 'From Me to You' the Girl Scouts. the ,
There are 160 acres in the pro- the: Coca-Cola Co. and two cars They are Following the shooting, .witness!
perty and the grove consists of associated with his. brother. Dr. bound for the camping area. The Mrs. \V. H. Nollman, Starke proud! possessors of their own clubhouse state that two negro men one

1.550 trees Mr. Morstein is plan- OpportunityDrive J. Harry Hayes. and Dr. J Donald Scouts pitched! their" tents and says: "I always enjoy Lura's Tho Episcopal: Church hUll tall and one short, were seen running

ning to sell 80 acres of saw tim- Hayes prominent Burgeons went swimming before supper column and do think It should offered the. toe of the buildingattached from the store Silcox dropped .

ber and pulpwood and probablytake of Little Rock, Arkansas Saturday morning the boys arose have another title than jUst 'Clay to the back of the rec before reaching his home

In more land for cultivation Begins Dr. Haves Is a member of the early after a good' night's sloop Hill'. These titles came to me and] tory. This will enable. the girl. to which is l just across the highway

Also announced hv f-.. Fl.' ..: i I Pulnflki County Medical Society and took a five mile hike. After I am submitting them to you: 'I meet every day If they so wish and from the store. It la assumed by
I I Arkansas Medical Society the 'Am Reminded', 'Heart to Heart'/ participate In the wide program( the Sheriff that robbery was the
Agency Is the sale by Mr. Elks!: W. B. Sewell chairman of the I I the hike they practiced for "
Balln of New York City ot a.... County Savings} Bond Committee American Medical Association and swimming. tents! which will be I and Through( Lighted Windows'. the scouts have to offer' There will I motive for the crime, although

105 ft. lot on St. Clair St. to announced yesterday that I' the International College of Sur- given at the summer camp. Movies :Mrs E. J. Brennan, lit 2. Box i: he sports arts and. crafts, photography j f i apparently no money was missing\.

:Mrs. Gladys Harrington of Starke. Bradford's quota of E Bond sales" geons. He la also a member of the were made by the Scoutmaster, 212E Starke, writes: "Such a :, first aid and many other Rtnngellit Daniel. I I Sheriff Reddish states that ballistic -

for the Opportunity Bond Drive staffs of St. Vincents Infirmaryand to be shown at a later meeting title for 'rural doings' educational activities. We hope to With the beginning! of the KlgJTent experts at the Federal

Lions End ContestTwo has been set at $29.000. The state of the Baptist State HospitalIn Plans are being made for taking fitting a have the place ready to occupy Revival little morn than two Bureau of Investigation In WashI -
total Is 12180000. Little Rock Arkansas. Doctor these trips each week. feature!" I thought when I first 1 In three or four weeks Anyonewho I{weeks. away the committee! ap- I Ington, D C. have confirmed that
and Mrs Hayes, and three year read Lura Mohr's Clay Hill It, has any old furniture or / the bullet alleged to have killed
While the the
100 percent meetings In a promotion periodfor Saturday morning 1':. T Shull |pointed throughout county areworking
row climaxed a Lions Club at- the Drive began on May IB old daughter Betsy, expect to took Jim Black and Jerry Cooleyon along with Carolyn CalUtreet, wan rugs. stored away that are no well and plans for the Hilrox was fired by a revolver
make Starke their permanent longer In lies In asked to donate found In the trunk of Wolfork's
tendance contest :which came to and runs through June 30, all a five mile hike! to help them my "woman's pnge"! until I even /greatest revival ever to bit h..ld'In 'i I
: home. these articles! to the Pleasecall I If..t I car, and that Wolfork's
troop. finger
sales of Series E Bonds between this section of tho State are
a close Wednesday night. The pass their requirements for a was
learned there really '''
losing team, captained by J. R. April 1 and July 18 are credited second class badge. Their destination tually the leader. \Mrs Marlon Car ... dvl'loplnIItated/ Rev. Lewis ,,prints were among those on the
Walnwrlght, bought suppers for against the quota figure. I GIRL SCOUT NEWSThe was Whispering Pines. Tourist such a place. Knowing that the ney at Starke 07 D. haloes Pastor of the First 1 gun.Wolfork's

the winning team headed by Carl President Harry Truman officially Court. They had a lot of fun and people mentioned were real madeIt Tho Girl Scout Bridge Party Is Baptist Starke. Testimonies are record on file at the

Johns. opened the promotion ceremonies Girl Scouts, Senior Patrol. returned In good condition. still more interesting If I to be held Friday evening May coming from over the State aA I 1' FBI showed that he had served
'' met Wednesday afternoon at St. In 27. If haven't already bought 'time in New Jersey for aaaault
at Independence Mo. on May lived there I'd take great pride you to the far-reaching and lasting
CALENDAR OF EVENTS 16, using the four major radio net Mark's Parish House. The mem- Hercules "my column". I'd fight to keep a ticket please do so today The benefits. from other meetings' held and battery and had also paid
works. A covered wagon trainof bers talked about and plannedthe Enlarges my community's name at Its proceeds and all they can get are by Dr Daniels.. |,I fines for two other offenses

Tuesday! : Tourist Club, at Wo- some forty units fanned out bridge party that they are Starke Office SpaceChas. head! Even if there were no real toCo toward equipment! for the! Dr. Daniels believes In the I

man's Club 7:30: p.m. from there to each of the 48 states giving at the Woman's Club Fri Clay Hill I still would vote to retain troop Incidentally the BrUlge fundamental teachings! of the Heavy VolumeOf

Wed. Rotary Club MethodistRec. to symbolize 194 9's drive for day night. May 27. at 7:30: o'clock. H. Quick, general woods that name because I think sounds. like fun so why d'n.t/ you Bible and preachns fearlessly.

Hall, 12:15: p.m. "security and opportunity" as Tickets. are now being sold by the supervisor for the Hercules Powder those words connote so aptly the come on and see Call Mrs. Carneyfor against sin. The rededication of Spring Crops

Wed. Lions Club, USO Bldg. they did In the Gold Rush of a Scouts. Company moved Into new offices grass-roots nature of the column's reservations no later. than Christian lives, the establishment. Moving To MarketA

7:30: p.m.Thurs. hundred years ago. In the baseball! line; the final 1 at the Hercules building hereon contents. Wednesday May 25I of family altars and the grace

IOOF, Odd fellow meeting Florida's. drive promotion will Girl Scout team has been pickedby Tenth St. last week. I I Saturday morning \\\lay II/, the of Christian stewardship are heavy volume of Spring produce

Lodge'Hall, 8 p.m. ]Mrs. Carney as follows: Florence I girls their! baseball team ( was reported passing throughthe
reach Its high point June 2 when The new addition to the Hercules Starke Nine Bows picked fundamentals that create a revival
Sat. > Amusement Games, Catholic one of Hollywood's authentic Brown, catcher; JlmmleMoncrief building provides two offices they are challenging the Jr Wo- spirit In a meeting In South market this week although

USO, 8:30: p.m. Covered! Wagons. will arrive In pitcher; Patsy Kurera. 0 x 10 and a conference room 15 To Macclenny 6-2 man's Club to a game In the very Carolina at one service over!' 70( complete figures on the movementwere

May 20 Pecan Marketing Pensacola to start a tour of the (I let base: Ann Mantises: 2nd bare; x 18. The latter will be used by near future young people walked the aisle to not available yesterday. .

Agreement!: meeting, courthouse state which will culminate on Joann Smith, 3rd bane; Nancy Mr. Quick and also by E. C. Mann, Macclenny took a 6-2 decision pledge/ themselves to abstain from Strawberries. are Htlll lingering i

7:30: p.m.May June 30 in Jacksonville. duPre shortstop; Ann John*. Jr., surveys and lease" manager from Starke Sunday afternoon Eden Baptist Church worldly Indulgences! according to on to round out the longest I
20 JrSr.. BHS Ban 1 right field; Thrda Braden leftfield for Hercules, who has offices In making the local nine's fifth consecutive Rev. Halnes. season on record with shipment .,'

quet at Woman's Club. Prom at i Sgt. George Silcox ; Mary Sue Epperson centerfield the same building. Cost of the loss of the current sea Plans All-Day Sing Dr. Daniels' evangelistic party extending' over a six-month period

USO.May Patsy Kucera Is captain. new addition I. estimated at $2- son. The game was played in And HomecomingThe will begin arriving May 27 when since last December. It Is
23 Masonic Lodge Meet- Home On FurloughSergeant Here' hoping we beat the Junior 500. Macclenny. his "Christ for the World" bus estimated that around OOO crates

ing 7:30: p.m. Woman's Club. Starke held 2-0 lead against of berries were IIhlpped'during'
Mr. Quick has charge of the a Edan Baptist Church two comes to Btarke and the big
May 21 Presbyterian Ladles George C. Silcox of At D o'clock Saturday morningthe woods operation for Hercules. In Macclenny until the seventh !Inning miles north of Hawthorne, Is havIng tent Is erected on the high school the past week at an average of

Auillxary. 8 pm. Starke recently returned to the girls are meeting at the new South Georgia and all of Florida. when the Blue Sox scored a Homecoming and All Day !grounds. Dr. Daniels will arrive $5.

May 21 American Legion! United States for reassignmentafter club house to give it a good two tallies and then garneredfour Singing on Sunday May 29, with Sunday, June 5, flying In from Green corn, which opened here

meeting 8 p.m. terminating his overseas cleaning. Anybody want to donate more In the eighth. dinner on the grounds. Toronto, Ontario, Canada closing last week at 40c. per dozen, was

May 24 High School Glee Club tour of duty with the U. S. Army some soap? ,,Fire Dept: Called. Wesconnett and Macclenny: are H. L. Baxley, clerk announces a meeting there Friday night. bringing! only 25c: to 30c. at the

Concert, BHS auditorium, 8:15: stationed In the Philippines, the -Norma Canova and Mary Sue called still deadlocked for tip place In that the Bradford. Alachua and Again all Christians are asked market here this week. Heavy s
p.m. Public Information Office, Headquarters 'I Epperson, Scribes.Building I The fire department was with volume was ascribed a* the cause
the North Florida League Putnam County Singing Conven to pause at 0 o'clock each mornIng -
25 PTA at 3:15: Philippine Command in h; the L. O. Hemingway home, corner of he In
May pm.
drop price
South Sts. five consecutive wins each. In tions will be present, as will to pray for the revival. All
! School Library. I Manila announced. PermitA of Thompson and Hem- Sunday's game Wesconnett trounced singers!' and quartettes from Jacksonville are likewise urged to attend!' cottage A good volume of cucumberswas
May 26 Cub Pack meeting, Upon his arrival In San Francisco Friday afternoon when the with
Mandarin t4-4. The third loop Lake City. Gainesvilleand prayer. meetings held! through reported price holding
f .'. St. Mark's Parish.C : Calif.. Sgt. Silcox reportedto building permit has been issued ingway car caught fire from estimated a tilt went to Callahan 8-2, over other nearby towns. nut the county and listen each steady.It .

*<:May 26 B & P W club meet- Canjp Stoneman Personnel Cen- by the City of Starke to short circuit. Damage The was whistle Green Cove. All who sing or like good Gospel Sunday morning at 8 am. over U expected that the gradingof

y. ta. &'. B'fm.iSt, Mark's Parish ter to wait for further reassign France Wilkinson, to move and at 1173. fire eveningfor Stsrke 1st scheduled to play singing are Invited to come WRUF to Dr. Daniels and "Christ Fordhook will begin next
f 2T Future Fanner Father ment order, and Is now enjoying blew at 7:3O: p.rn. Monday
May -
I2.50O buildingon .week.
. l erect a Standing fire drill Mandarin (there) this Sunday. and bring a basket for the Wlrld".
& Son Banquet, school cafeteria. a furlough at his home In Starke. a lot on 8. Westmoreland St. a regular

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.>-- the big turned I I villa Monday. Mann Hazen last weekend.You .
park were on.
Bradford County Telegraphs thought of the dear old lady Miss Marcia Kay flaxen visited I are Invited to attend Sun-

Clay HillBy somewhere the lights in heaven Brooker relatives Gainesville. last week- ; day School Sunday morning a;

ESTABLISHED 1879 E. l_ MATTHEWS. OwNlrt-EDiTOit I were turned! on for her the re- e I i o'clock, church at 11 o'clock
Lara Burrem>Itrr. joicing of the angels and loved I By It a Mae Lewis end.Mrs.. Aubrey Hazen wan In 110 I|I T. U. at 7 o'clock, rhlJfChagain

ruYsbM. Every Friday sad Entered as Beeoa ..., Nebr. on... Many times had He whispered 1 e e a e a Jacksonville last week, visitingher at 8 o'clock at the Brooker

(liar Matter at the Pout Office: at Stark, 1'1IL to her In starless nights and I :Mr. and Mrs. Myrl Cano of mother who Is very ill In St. Baptist Church.

Wherein I meditate on time and darker days "Be not afraid. Editor Telegraph: Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. Vincent's Hospital. -

MEMBER ((3)) 1949 pace and the Infinite goodness She has now gone to her Just reward Enclosed Is a copy of a letter, R. F. Gano last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Hazcn I..rMal Clrralt tm C(.'h.rt.KI ...'*',:.'.r. C..q.

at our Father. who ta stlwaya closeat There are many people written by the undersigned which Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chaffin and and children of Gainesville visited t'ntrlHa. M Franrl, Plaintiff y..
slsu2ptI.. p.se Aa.a Jy $1JM For SU MeartfcaKILLERS ear call and need- just like this dear lady unknown ,might be of Interest to your readers children of Ocala visited Mr. and relatives here Sunday. Harold No. 7249.Orfrr 7.. Francis. >et.nd.n .'Ca..

save a few of the Immediate I : Mrs. E. J. Lewis last Saturday af Mr. and Mrs J. W. Thomas and .f P..II_.... A.4
Somewhere past the splnwheels In friends and relatives. Yea the Mrs. Thomas'' parents Notice fi Appear
May 17 1949 ternoon. children visited
space world Is not so bad. Lots of good; and Mrs. C. A. Crosbyof Harold K Francis. whose. tot
.. K. Dukes and romdonri
wwM ** GETTING OFF TOO EASY I If will M. H. Rhodes Inc. Mr. and Mrs. R. .
Beyond all galaxies staggeringly people we but look aboutus. In: t-H Wilson Str.et Charleston
1m ..ne of his columns last week" Robert. Ruark said IIOm.thlnlfDoq : remote.Is to listen to their story-to 30 Bartholomew Ave. children of Dukes visited Mr. and Lendan recently. Coleman of S. C.t to :
Mrs Marguaree You are required| apprnr
.v have been wanting to say for a long time. Mr. Ruark bow.u..d One :whose face ls brighter than I take time to visit them. Yes. theyare Hartford, Conn. Mrs. F. W. Markey Sunday. Cainesvtle visited Mrs. Doris Kel- Mar .0. >*<.. >In the above named
and with suet backbone Gentlemen: Mr. and Mrs. Russell Taylor of Court and canoe. wb,r.!n plaintiff
It so much better than we could bar done the suns; the of our country .
), and Mrs. ley Wednesday.Mrs. r.eka dlvorc r "l'>r tlon of nml.
visited fro
wn-c: force that we arc yielding our editorial column. to him lhtswork Whose lined baton starts the universal and Cod bless all the widows and As a taxpayer and a businessman Jacksonville Alice Thomas of Jacksonville don. name. Bradford County
reproducing" his vital menarge note.Begetting dear! Mothers who read this. "Be of Starke also a former Buster Rahn Sunday.Mr. Telegraph. shall puhllxh this Order
to our
be will not week.
and hope object Mrs. C. 9. visitedMr. visited here last In nrxt four weekly Inuca.Wltn .
in the hands of every thinking the symphony of the not afraid. He Is closer than our member of the City Council. I and Kelley H. P. Morgan .... mr nnd and official
which we wish could be placed Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. T. W. Markey Sun- Seal at Htarfc, Florida, this
silver stars /fingers. So the flood lights last am much Interested In the April
..* and woman in the U. S.Mr. afternoon. have as their guests for a few 15. 1140.
From out their ancient place; night lit up the sky. I dreamed of outcome of the controversy regarding mother of (OFFICIAL REA 1.) A. J. Tbom.
Ruark wrote: Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Kelley and days, Mr. Morgan's A* Clerk. of Bald
Whose voice is wider than the far off places and meditated on the Installation of parkIng ,. ,, Court
b O
two of Wlldwood [Gainesville. By H v n Cr" D.
wandering winds. the stars In space and God who meters In the City of Starke. daughters spent and Jlseph| K. Ill Graham
We have come lately to a new appreciation of crime, in which Blowing from the four corners of has his baton lifted ready to direct Twice before this issue came up Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs Purvis visited Hazen Mrs. Blffa I .,> Ja k an"Skipper: : Florida.
children of Orlando Atty. for Pit. 4it; 4t .-):.
s w tend to excuse the criminal In terms of his past unhappiness.whale the earth.Sounding i the symphony of our lives. and each time meters were kept C. S. Kelley.
forgetting that the corpse is no leas dead if killed either In the fait that fashioned. Letters from Mrs., Lacey Norman off the streets. The first time. The Women. Missionary Society
premeditated coldness. or knocked off merely to gratify a whim. man. i of Highland, and Hazel Grif- the manufacturer had to remove Meeting was held Wednesday afternoon -

We will strap an angry motivated murderer to the chair and Bringing; him to final birth: (I.. Hazel says everybody Is wish- them after they had been Installed.The May 11, at the home of

try him to a turn but we often loose the stupid, wanton,, killer! or Yea, whose fingers touch the lifeless .! Ing for a good year next in straw second time I .was then a Mrs. R. F. Gano. Punch and homemade

the chronic child molester, and aUow him to remain a constant dust i berries. Mrs. Norman sent me a member of the City Council anda cookies were served. There

sjtenac to the people around him so long as he lives. Generally on And universal life begins i poem she wrote. Very good; Bessie poll was made for the purposeof were nine members. and two visitors -
Yet He U closer to what be has Strickland and daughter Lor- getting sentiment of those present.Mrs. .
Chr grounds that "be didn't mean to do IL"ne : M. F. Wiggins of New Riv-
made i ene writes of the lovely servicesat directly affected The sentimentwas
parents of little Diane Allen who drowned a playmate out Than to Andromeda and the Milky' Long Branch on :Mothers Day. unanimously against It The er visited Mrs. T. W. Markey
he Joliet, 111.. to gratify an "urge," mentioned that 13-year-old Diane I' Thursday afternoon. y
way; Mrs. Hettie Osteen la ill of high members of the Council and the .
ted followed the progress of a previous Chicago killing with heavy Closer to us than the fingers on blood pressure. All of Clay Hill. Mayor felt that since the greater Several people from here attended -
Merest. In this one. a 14-year-old murderer was freed by a Judge our hand Maxville Church furnished the portion of revenue needed to run the Reburial Services held

who based his decision on the supposition that young Howard Langvls Holding us on starless nights In music Sunday. Ills Mae Johns I the City was derived from those for S. Sgt. Robert A. Andrews.

unable to separate right from W1"OIC.Young darker days. went, to Long Branch Sunday. business men who, opposed the Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at
Lang's Inability to distinguish betweet. right and wrong" Binding ua with love's enduring Letters from Starke and Brooker meters.! It was not for the best the New Hope Cemetery near La

acesa of little importance. If it leads him to go around knocking band and Lutz. Lovely leU.rs1uI t flU Interest of the City to Install Crosse. 1
To his heart and with I had letter ,parking meters! recent Mr. and Mrs. George Hall and
met his associates In a free-hand fashion and encouraging othersCo own great pur. my heart Joy. a A poll
to the commun- pose.Whispering. from Brooker-Mrs. Bishop Thomas taken showed that out of aboot children and Mr. Gidding of Jacksonville -
Imitate htm. I would rate him more dangerous I
"Be not afraid. Mothers card. From TO business 63 were visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert
into business rIas with a Day I men. opposedto
killer wbo picks
than professional pushea '
My a last weekend
-Abror1neLa ; my son on Mothers Day I had a meters. The City Council is
w for a stated fee. big bottle of Coty cologne. It has composed of five members one I E. T. Stewart of Brooklyn Lakeattended

night for the first time an atomizer and I always wantedone. member is acting as Chairman.The Baptist Church Services
By the same token I would rank little Diane a more threatful the flood lights were turned on Life Is goodHELPFUL I Chairman Is the only member here Sunday.Mr. ,
rakmtxr of society, since she killed merely to gratify her. ego than in the ball park which,, is near our HINTS: Have you directly effected by the issue. and Mrs. Dave Green and

rise sate Ruth Snyder who at least had some evil logic back of her Mortuary. From our sun porch I tried the brown' paper! over frying Three members of the Council are granddaughter" :Marcia Ann, were! .41

etarfsMnt to remove her old maa. can look down Into the park meat! It Is the best thing I not engaged in any business that In Gainesville! shopping last Tuesday -

The tendency today i is to excuse the .serious criminal In terms some three hundred feet away. have*ever tried. Cut it the size of would decide their vote for or afternoon.r
.f his environment his mentality his physical framework which There are a few trees In the way the skillet I have been! having against Incidentally the legalityof Harry Edwards was In Gainesville
real to the victim of the crime of 'which he and my new of the game is obstructed I three! vegetables! at a meal! and the authority of the Chairmanof last Friday afternoon.Mrs. .
nuQy Is of no importance
but the much Truby Hodge and children
lights are
much meat. I the Council is now In litigation
not !
so expensive
to do
ae> sawed Question is whether! he did or didn't, and is he likely higher so their! galxay of light visited :Mrs. Edgar Dukes of ZIff
make a plain cake. but bananas Since the foregoing' is a state
It again shone In an Its glory lightingup Sunday.Mrs. .
,sliced over a slice, and on that ment of facts that can be
You can check it yourself, in the papers.! Every time they catch all corners. A great crowd proven J. "'. Thomas was in Jacksonville .
;whipped cream. Good dessert.I business firm would be reluctant
any -
_ of the perverts! who abuse children\ and kill them! after a record milled In and out, some thousand foi last week.
have new curtain material! to take the chance of InstallIng fAST LUXURY
fit past sex offenses always bobs up. Every wanton killer, e ry.lIIrloUkWer.lnvari.bly people. I told Don to go over and my back bedroom window. It I* meters! under the circumstances. Mrs. L. A. Mott was In Galnes-
record of short sentences! suspended represent the family so I stayed .1
. produces a a marquisette with the daisiesfound I am quite sure that this issue"", Sevvice
sentences of benign treatment by the courts and the social workers near the telephone.! Earlier In the on page ITS of Sears cata i will be a deciding factor In the

wbo plead that poor Joe doesn't know any better.la evening a dear old lady passed log. I got the yellow daisies. It next! City election. From what J GUARANTEED3DAY A lot more relaxation la comfortable .

a recent horrible child slaying In the Bronx the miserable! away, so'we could not all leave Is lovely. I could not get to town.I hear on the streets!' any candidate modem coaches. More convenience

freak who, confessed showed the usual record of the warped who the mortuary. How well I recall will clean! the room and have! (opposing meters) who runs in opposition ia frequent day and

cssVt separate right from wrong. None of them have been able to this sweet hard! old lady telling me of all fresh. My eldest sister and to the incumbents, will W night schedules More travel enloyment -
what life
a she had had.
leD right from .wrong since they first set! fire to the kittycat.But a widow when with Left six husband promise to come In June be elected There Is already one along; lineal scenic
children I young for a visit holdover member who opposes the hi 1 route And lowest fares in trans )
belleve.Tears came into It la such a lovely day here. My meters.! *1?
this mental unmorality is often exploited in the courts to her eyes as he told of the hardships portation. See your Greyhound
We had a case and how garden is up and does look so Yours very truly Agent; for choice) of route and
tighten' the sentence! or forgive the culprit altogether. she had struggledto good. My neighbor last night saidI
sere not so long ago where a private cop went whisky-mad In rear! her children and pay for had a green thumb. Whateverthat Junius M Smith. Owner schedule Go GREYHOUND! P

a subway and shot to death a complete stranger. They let him ; her little modest home. My heart la. My peas are so much Starke Dry Cleaners ft Laundry 7 '

.W with a promise' to pay the deceased's widow $1500. I ached for her and I someturv nicer than anyone else's around Starke Florida a L .. 9reI.t 1f41f4
fie is loose in New York today which" a reason I seldom ride i wanted to put my arms about her here. Yet,.I Jove to garden. .
and take the ache out of her heart And lie In apple shade where sum-
nlranays.: I would rather see a late member of Murder. Inc:.. still ply-: SERVICE
and tell her what" a brave good O. Just let me put some seed infertile mer lingers.Yes. .
In At least those boys knew who they weresupposed
fcis trade Brooklyn.
tag women she had been. Her
lips earth I II
and seldom worked the Innocent bystander. I seeds In the soil I c.
on put
to slap off 'UE .
trembled! and the// tears ran down. .And wipe an honest brow ty t apple NICE OF t_ *
It seems to me that the criminal concept Is up for some revision. She was Just coming from the I sweating ringers; lie in the shade of an WATCHES & BANDS

If I am suddenly dead, for no good reason it comforts me small doctor who lives across the street Just to hear a wheat" field's Simmer tree on the lawn. The fleecy clouds I t GREYHOUND

fc team in ghostly retrospect that I was' murdered to gratify an urge from us. As the flood lights on mirth scud across the blue sky. I think t BUS STATION

mv Kxmnred because the runner was unable to tell wrong from right ---. of all of you. who read this and SANDERSWATCH TEMPLE AVENUE

hat my chUd has been killed wantonly by some cretin whose whisper "God take care of each REPAIR Phone 147STAKKE.

abnormality has been advertised by a series of less serious offenses! I of them. Fill them with the Holy LOCATE IN HOLLYWOOD FLA.
Tat see now where! there is agitation to free Nathan Leopold, theawr.iving Spirit and help them to be well
half of the perverted! thrill-kill team of Leopold and Loeb. and happy. Let them know thatI

X w/radd personally prefer to unleash Gargantua in Grand CentralIt 1 am thinking"of them and loving Call Street at Ral: <1STARKF. a e
is only personal opinion that the whim-killer the stupid killer them too. Digger! la fine. FLA.
COURTESYin Willie still sings. Don is fine.
a&eaaXd be either eliminated or shut away for life, and that the first
Three years I hare now? been! in
c-e a sex offender! is brought to court be the last You send him Nebraska. Here I pay tnbute to

ansq with a lecture and it is merely! a matter of time before some- in all the thoughtful relations of the dear friends! Blanche and Carl

"""$'.. little boy or little girl; is found stuffed in a culvert The corpse' Service with convenience and com in Wayne whom I visited.when I
;seats rarely are interested in whether the monster had been misunderstood I first came to Nebraska. Thanks lard M.M ,.J .- Cr...
by his mother.CSMANS pleteness as well as careful economy to them. I am still here. God bless V.hd. wield ...... w te.'''.000
.... a* 7.50-90 Ana Sink heir
lv in the measure that it is needed everyone.! LOVl;?: LURA ........ : frt ..12 d ...... ,

long last the Berlin airlift is suspended! and the pilots and
Crouad: crewmen who. performed the greatest air feat in history can i ia.
New Baby For Valuable ,
toot a well-deserved! rest 7 Starke, Fla.
The agreement between the Soviet Union and the Western powerst. Gift At Oar Store

Wt the blockade of Berlin.and to reopen mutual discussions of the r r:, v

German. problem is generally considered' to be a major victory for ;..- ..
UieWrat m the ""'Coldar" Drew Pearson reports that the Berlin air Funeral Director Ambulance Sen-ice \:: ) : '" ".ee y ,.

aft undoubtedly has done more to Increase American prestige in Our local funeral home enables us to offer! conveniences and i ? "-. :':

"'pe than anything .:.& Even behind the Iron Curtain the Russian services not otherwise available

p..Qhe learned! the story. The feeding of a city of two million people :. WEAR

by. .air day in and day out was,, too immense an operation to suppress. 6 _4 Everything for the Child I
The RassVana heard and were Impressed We furnish the highest type service! at lowest"' prices, and
From Birth to 11 Years Old
'floe Berlin blockade will make a colorful page In history If for accept ANY late Insurance' policy In force, issued by ANY

nary one reason--the way the air lift broke it. No one save a few company as payment in part or in full on a funeral.! RONNIEDONNIESTORE

Jlanrrtcaa military experts-.-and they had their doubts--believed that Consultation carries no obligation.

a. great: city war-torn and with few resources of its own could be 23S E. Call StarLe
indefinitely supplied by air. But the air lift did the near impossible. .

Rest. real and all the rest of the necessities came in by thousands

,at tons .. dt day weather notwithstanding. The British helped ma- i

ttvstsBy. Every possible plane was pressed Into service and kept fly- ,

.ftfr. THe Job was done without regard to cant or risk At times planesaiJL'sui CYi

and departed from Templebof! airdrome at two-minute interval -

day and night Berlin..... fed and sheltered. I- _. w

The air lift was the weapon that made the blockade: untenable.

""Rut It Russia has really decided it is necessary to come to terms }L gssrFOD

writ the West there must be other reasons back of it. It may be 5>

tax the Bear has bit off all and perhaps! more than he can chew for

Ch* tune being. The Job of consolidating the countries behind the iron

cartain Is Incredibly difficult It is no secret that millions of people

lea Czechoslovakia. Hungary and elsewhere arc restive under Soviet o

dVtalam.: Russia. is making an all-out effort to Increase her indust -
in the heavy-goods field. The drain of
>sml production' 1P01.1

krr salutary establishment on her resources U enormous. Under these MAYBE iris HISKY-8vr MODEL '.5: CheIc..f 100-" ...., Fer4 Vengine er 1S- ..BS. Sin ,..... .>clvsiv*

..fcii,. 1-, ...-*. ..,. the Politburo may have understandably decided desirable.\ that ti.*..iaelc. IgsuliM for greater aemr Ford 1S-I.. by JHJ... rear brakes fee turs..t.....
prolonged truce with the West, if not a real peace Is SM/rNs': TOLD US ro WIRY
si .At the same time we should not minimize the reverses the West t 4 5r.ppin.' ReweveMe brake e>vme fee tnsWeaence. .cce*.ibll sy Meevy .duly. Qiedreaxle

tea received in China. It will be a miracle If the Nationalist govern- OVER fOR ffax BEER wile Ml.-I...... shafts. fer sjrearer reUeblHty larger ....Ie....*. (....) wheel bite circle

ssjestt survives as &effective influence. However It is doubtful if ..._ ..... ttre.g bub ceatfceolesj -* Neeete .bearing ..... Ad Mil UsstUg. far beMsssasien.srskifiry ,

Ok Cfelnese. reds will do much for their Russian friends. Stalin is In Milttee Delta Ceb. with Feed level. AcNe *..sc.iitle. .. fer .....

Kid ,."have compared Chinese communists to a radish r 4 outside case 'of eViviog ceerferl Fad gapes 1..11t centlrvcneii fer longer. life.
and white inside. The Russians have a Job on their hands within

Qir;, without trying to help extend the Soviet ideology throughout Accident. Your
GOOD SeeThe /
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lilt world I AI! US TOD AT! Get the f.actloo the Ford

Track model shown aboveor on any one of
Wt friend
....AITIKY A 'FKOTE47T APFUANCRS ] an over 139 different models ia the Ford Truck FDRD I I .D.4/t. TRUCKS

S'OCR: HOME 'WITH I ;. The price of beer can be loaded with line.Whaterer yon haul and wherever you .

THE NEW:: _t$' ti. freight or it can be loaded with flavor. Accident Policy -haul ir,we've got the right kind of truck for r
C.'I" __ N.eaNSANSSFJtY1C7 /eJ/LrST NtU ro UST LQtG,
V. fe If you'd rather buy 1 flavor instead of Bonus
work.We've 'em Built BIG
SUN; MASTER your got
5r. buy Beer. is
freight JAX JAX especial E. Johns
: Charley ... and Boons Built SMALL. .. Bonus Built tAm irannanoN ..,. OM at tsae teas
ALUMINUM e' o ly tailored to the tastes of the South- UM iNMMAMci titian I rov rose raxca uut ioiieai'Andrews
.EyL Agency to handle anything you hauL
east. And because you don't pay eztta
AWNINGS KEYSTONE ... for freight you get nw bottles of JAX rka IS STAKKE. JLA.l .

VlfKK ESTIMATES SERVICE Inc. 4 for the price of FOUR bottle of"Long-

,t'N TALLATIONMcCORD ...na_.... 1.J .--- Disunc."lhipped beer j j Motor Co.

rs... I .
TSOVELTY SHOP J UK IIIVII ". '. JalKSMWIUC. Fts111i. rTNaTRAVElIM.fsrUw.! Phone 118 Stade.J1a.
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FRIDAY. MAY 20. 1.I9!

M. Green deceased. that you are h less such c.... or c..rl. shall b. ndnrnted NOTICE
Recent Mr. and Mrs.. :J. T. Pollard of file your .101m.. duly sworn 10. wllh .o.dlnor to law the p.u.
Births ,
the County Judas ot IfadforttCoual / p..ly drecrlbed III arch crrtlnrator Notice I. hereby given that the following, d.rrlhA lands will M
Starke a daughter Irma :Janell. Hampton )'. Fla? nut 1111. than right month cerlincxtes will b. sold In hua's lbhiRheut .. sold. III pahlle asseilon. on the 4th r/sy of JlIn.. Po/9. al n 0',1_
.. bidder at the court
Births as announced by Shady Croat the tint pllbll."n ot lhl anon. .I the City Hell In Stark's.. 1"10.. to pRY the amount due far
3. In monlof
IInl 1010..1..1'
born May claim will b. barn..d dour 0" the
notice or the
194M lace's. h..ln er 1 n"p..It. 10 the name. t..getber with all ..vetof
4 .loYot
I. the
crest which
Hospital June. U4q,
: of By 1\1" 1\1. C. Sweeneyt by Statute ot LlntltattunThl.AprII .
Don Silcox such sale and advertising.1)rscrlptlno
:Mr. and Mrl. Ray e a 29th June.. tU9. 1I..t.d thle 4 day of
Mr and Mre Fred Albert Whid- 94'to..o ....... ..
4,2541420 'w. 1549
den of Hampton a daughter Starke, a son Larry Allen born +yld d I) May A. I.: Themai... w. '1'. R. Owar. ?sore

Brenda Deen, born May 9. May 9. 1I..llan.\I" Shower N..tI. of Ictpntle to Intruder. 'I..k ot "lr..11. Court ut 17'adfur. lots HII'VCY."wn II-I! of Itlk ot U Ntnrke O.hc.IS a U Mrs. 'V. T. Marshall E6NE
Recent deeds as recorded In the "p..I.1 LralslatlnaNutlee ('unnty Florldr.Offlclal
.. ., .- -- - -, Airs Ira Wilson Starke Mra Court House: I. hereby Slyest to thqualifled .. ( 8..111) 1:0: 4t 612la : 27.7n fI".1.of... LIII Survey.. S lIt Town lil"c
----I Gertrude Hall and Mrs. Elvie' County "",,'In and all olhere oHradford of Nisrke I" II U S. Fred Icy 33.5i
with lovely Ida Alderman 4: B. :J. Alderman III.County: State of Florlde.. Circuit Coar1t2.02220. ( s..qe'lerldsl ..' rllee.llcnraa. "t..k. t.4: t1-: "
a i
Rigdon entertained that. a will be Inlrodued in thsacalun .. .Ft, cor -.
I. l'bsnrrrt'n W 60 Ft .t N 110
shower at the Community Hal Jr. ot Putnam Co. to C. O. Barks of the 1..I.lalll. for. .h.. nko t'urau )'Ialnllft. ".. nregnIle Fv4 0 f 'Nwt t : .l.mr!

last Thursday night honoring Mr, dale of Starke: Rita Theatre Bldg term ot 0'1949 Inlr..h'II"1 now convened an set for....lhbpurpose (.nr'u. ) N. 7275. "l'utad NE.4: : Sic .Inti tl otU 8 23 Eugene. Hunter t'2.
the' Corn' .I NM: car ot fury
and Mrs. :J. L. Slade Mrs. Slade In SE corner ot lot 7 from tlnuing the. present sultry ot ..n.J' Order ar Publiratlaa A.. : of S"4 R run \V iiIIitJI
on April 29 Intersection of Call St. &. Walnut .uemhers ot.the 'hool H".rd. ot' \ 100."". 1'. Apprae U1'1 for 1'1 lOt ltrg.Throes .
her marriage 1"
"r "
before Ht..I"
County ot Pvadfur.l.
I STATE uF 'I.UHIOA toflrastnllla : itnn. w' flO Pt 1'1'
was Mre Bertlce Roalf'r of Ral. St. 'Aa In the aunt of f50.oo par ,""" (tt'raI. ..a) Nkokandlst'urar : nil 1"1 N 106 Vt -
Ip ford. The Hall waa beautifully J:J. n. Courtemanch of Duval Co. thl. bill Ih."f will alms.nd provide'suureea Cur Ironwhich th.eaym.nl whoa, residence. amid atldrs,. lob"tl f I..... U 8 21 0. If. Lithe 1 l3iF1'4

decorated with Easter Lilies and to C. E. Bot'decker of Willow said. funds. originate.. Yogodavla I.:. ?,'."ovo-Ko..cul.: 11..lm F.N.1L. E 0 N W S4 of PFy fN14

fern and the punch bowl was Springs DI: 35 acres' In Sect. 3. H. ..t. I'.bllu Morgan. Instruction tI"I.lnI.n.nl.I""rtl Brad-. You are requlr.d to appear nan..d oeblay nf29 6 U o. n. Little 51.45
30. 1949. In the above w ot t M CFI
surrounded by white roses In. Twp. 7 S. Range 22 E. Curd County. b'lorlda fl195t51aJI. Court. and ....."... wherein plrtlnuftseek. :& :.lC'I' lie Ft a :
fern. divorce. Itradfnrd. 'uunIV Tel.earaph }. 8A: li Mx2t 6 U loIre. Edna R. 11I111. fIJ
J termlngled with asparagus Helms at law of E. C.. Priest of Circuit. Cevt. nr.df.rd Co.ely. shall publish this tirdrr. In All that 1..I..n. of NW'4t
i f Hilarious games were enjoyed Bradford County to George Rich.endoUar I''lurldale ('aaacery.. next tour weekly I....... Hw'ti 1.'lnl'V nt ("0n..1 '
Usvld. 0. Wolf I'lalntltf. vs, M11drnd Witness my hand and officialseal d N cot ('..11 at A M
among them being "A trip to of Lake Butler: 120 acres C. Wulf. bafetWxut.I Cane No.:. al Starke. "Florida this April\ ,.\V..IItr "'I Kx linmeaof .

Georgia In a Chevrolet. after In Sect. 12. Twp. 8 8', Range 20 E.V. 1293. 11. IPf9. II H. Houston. rhos.A .
t ) Order .r Pebilc.tlun .edYoth. (OFFICIAL, CISATJ A. J. Thntnaa .l.nklne. n. W Moore
.d which Miss Martha Horne and O. Bridges of Starke to Noble to AP.... A. Clerk 0' Said Court.Hy a Ica (Lt. Lot to J. :MMdwarde
t// WlllIaml were awarded 24.91 STATIt. n..' Fl.U HID A tn, haven Crosby. 1' e. U 1 U Florida J'1..Uo.. Ine. r 5.TJ
S Mrs. George O. Maxwell of Starke: Mildred l:. Wulf whose. realdneeand T. Frank Landrum. Clarke. .1..101.. One Lot e.nul U F' rvldeF
prizes. acres or Sect. 3. Twp. 7 S, Range address I.: IU'U M. Natarelh, Atty. for I'lt. 4n, II 6120IV : III W by 1ft1'"t S AN ...
GOODTEAR Mrs .nn.ylva"la: I n"I..d. ton \0) by Wel ernIrr .
During the Bingo Itsmes. 22 E. You are r4)' imbed to appear on "I It by. Land 0' -. .
\ nniwnnltF6o1Unt1
Lester Slade and Mrs. T. F. Brown Bernice A. Herring of Gamboa June 6. 1945. \in the buv. named ( rlRr1. 4ot'nT I" (''' '4-' Marshall 'V by 1I..n"" aLewis -
eUII.t end nauee. wherein plaintiff 'OI''I'Y.. A. N hy Pluck. III .
TIRES won awards and Mrs. Lynn Hall Canal Zone to Maggie C. Herring eacha divorce. 11..dfurd County 11 .:nY.J..hll .. Juanita l.h'I".lo".Tr"", II 1"0

wall the winner In "the game. of Jacksonville: : Lot 16 of Carl h'.ph In next four shat weakly 11 Prbllch I......this..... Order Cromer P. l'rourer, Drferulnnt rhrintlffr. ("..... No.; All Add that .rlol" Piece of U 8 U l'nkno'n t..'

"Romance In Flowers A com.pllmentary VollKopf Sub. Witness n.y hand "".1 official 1291.01l0l"R J'I'OI.I"A'I'IONASI Land Lying S or 1..1"
gift was given to seal at Nlarke. Flurlda. thus May OF 7.M.P.ln of nl..k 1 stnsNlns .
Louis Francis Roberta & Ernest 1949tIFFICIAL. -UTIt'.J; Tn AI'I'KARCTATK : .
f. Add 14.1.,1 pit byHv
How awry, Mrs. :J. W. Horne. W. Robert. of Starke to Ellw. W. RitA) A. J.. Thnmxe,. Juanlla ":'rom.r O'F. ...h.1.01111'... rrsld.nce'A t.Is: 1..1.. A W I.v :Molt-, .
d e Clerk ot .aid Cou.t.Hy .. 101 I' "I..n.lp f4 I 2t Robert Green 3.2'5vlhrell
7 After opening and displaying Starke Lots 7 thru 513 North; 121h Ntreri. Maur" l..a.
Cool berth of : haven ('roebv. D. C.T nor "'r .1...... :tnI 19E. :
the many lovely pre ents given Igor BIk 4. of Security Home- Frank Landrum. Stark. 1"1..1"" June Yon 13..1'"1949 reuulrpd In. the 10 sluts appear. hamrd on : Ill .'I ,..rV'., 0' NK'ior :.
Ally for I'lt. 61e415127IV ,CR. ",. lOt : Mt 1'0'-
the hostesses assisted [ wherein 1,1..lntlll
the honorees 6 Court and cnnse.
sites In Sect. 36. Twp S. Range mete Nuld, 1 2n I U t'nknnwn ftd
l by Mrs. Lester Klle and MissMarlt'aret 22 E of Bradford Co. rUU'I'lT. t..I&1'. lilt I'FDtth) sr.k's .H Vern.shall I'lIhll.h Ilrn.lt..1 Ihle t'ousslyTA.'gOtpn Order On.. t.nt 10" 4)r'sc In fleet
IY111N. I Honk 57. fore Ill 9 8 22 l'nknnwn SEC
Hall. served delicious cnl Y'rY FLOIUUA I" next four wpckly .issue's.Wltnees ..
W. L. Andrews of Starke to Rudolph ('II.IIY. ..IY h..n.1 end "trl..I,1 seal .to n I..I ae I'''., In flrpiPooh .
T refreahments of punch cake fancy Anthony P. floeal Plaintiff v. this May 9 I949 It Pssg. P3.'I\ 29 8 II t'nk".n I""
candles and mints. DeWaters of Hampton: property V..I.h. Itosd l'efnndunt. Caau. No. 'lit OFF Nturk.Flurlda:I'IAr. MI'.t L1\ A. J. Thorns.'; Corn nt FF 1 ,'0r 0' Nhj 0'
In Sect 10. Tw.p 7 S, Range (Aft rlrrk. or said Court.Hy NM': eo' Ni' (4 a run N .""
1" Beautiful corsages of red and 22 E.Board. un.OROF.R opt rtTHLlCATiONANU : II..V" Crusty. n. C. Inn 1"1. for a 1"1 or .). ....
NOTICETO APPEAR>: 6.12t 8.9 Thence run W Ion. 'I
'.00." white rosebuds were worn by RTA"1i 0'' I"LOIUDA tIC: 50 fo'toJ: inn pt N fiO ))1'1
Mrs. :J. L. Slade Mr. Wilson. I 'I I Val,'.. nICul, whose residence and In 1'1 lOr flew. 2P' 13 1'nknown irirem
1y ...'d,.. .- Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Rlgdon Publishes ad'Irrsa toll Maeearhue.tts la' : 51 It"hbord: thrust, M..I-. I. C bruit C'.t.. flrslfur.l. suet,. .' al 1'1'' : rnr ..t NK'4ofNF.MArunN11FttV:

y With Your I Among out ot town guests attending 'Delinquent List i'ou are required tl1 appear on ,e'IorIAn. .Wlh'"x I.e I Secrecy.Ra.mlmA I'IUIn1Ift.. v... ClaudlnHein I 1117 1"1 for n I't 0' Peg.Thence .
I x.ova n.u".dCo".t N 111 1"1V
June In the run
R. 1949. 'use Nu.
Old fire were: Mr. Edna Barker and. coil.. ,. wherein plaintiff 11'ilvox, Ilpt."n'' '( ( lute' Ili Ft 1 10:: lon .
R. I and daughters of Waldo, Mr. \V.L. 1 The following list of delinquents aerka dlvorr.. llro..U..1 CnnntyTelrgraph 7299.lrdee. of P.hllo.tlue sad :NuIre'I' Ft to lr': r.f ncr 29, a n lI"hPrt T. Teplone "n

PLUS TAX ......._. Andrews, Mrs. :John H. Denmark was released this week by the next. fm'r shall weakly publish I..u.thus.. ord.rIn %pprer'I.OIIIJCA to: onoJi..l 59 4)s. ruse nest' 97 In tired 29 a 23 t'nknown In

x I MI'.. L. :J. Kite Mrs. Ira Selective! Service Board. Anyone Wltn...." nlV hand and official "TTPI'" whose rul.d..n 1Leta
I9ss,11,1 Iii 1I..ln %V llrtu. .
1 I' 1 + 6.56 of 1111 3 1.
Florida thla May
seal Htarke
12.95 PRIOR TO APRIL 1st. "I ,
-r Wilson and Mr. Edna Prevatt of who knows the whereabouts of 4. t 1549.OFFICIAL. ,'" I. unknown. : 1) Alvntr. Add
"!"' SKAr. A. J. Thomas. You. are regnlred' .n 1I".a." oil Ntnrke .nU II U n".t Green 7.51Int.
r should )
".--_.;" --I "" __' .... .".t 1"-- ""'(; Starke. anyone an this list notify A.( Clerk ot said' court.Hy I I )non 13. 1919! .'In. wh..I"the above ph"am..1,.iuilffleek's 1.1 of fllk 1 lal.kJ I.I'. 3655W
Court and C"" O. Green
the Board at once: llltven.. e..h. D. c. ,tnulfnrd Co11e1VTelegraph WAY Add to 29 6 22 Roh6
''Jth Grade Entertains. T. Frank r."ndull1. Starke, FlnrlminAtty. dlvorre' In 1"1 of Lot 4 A 1.01I aof
-' "i I Rule Brinson :John, White 615 ft shall Publish this I1lk I Highway, Add<
rcabt' Yes I's the famous .I !.tr? \' The Seventh grade of Hampton Starke, Fla.Tommie for I'IL IIIM'I ''n next four werkly hand lesties.Wltneps 11,14 1.1"1.1 I 111 Ntnrke U I n SY. A. Conk I6.3I '
School entertained the graduatIng I.e 'IRI"1'I'r rnl'T. U.onn mY 1 I 1..1. of I.a nd """nIon _.
with Lee :Johnson Negro rill r'I'Y FLnltllA IS l'IIAY.' 'eel nl Starke.. Flurlda. this Icy W' h" NA 1. IIv Ititht _.
a party
MARATHON GOO J EAR I eighth grade A Lawtey, Fla. ('MIIY. U.(1 .1049iOFFICiAl.. "F.AI.A.. J. Thnmas. wnv 1'1 of Sot I 0' 1"1 I. _...._
made.y at the school on Friday night. A.reham flahlnowlts 1'lalntlff I vu. l'l..rk of said Court r.f 1.'v..Tnhv' Add F. hv .-
grand and glorious time was re- Clyde Edith Lee ,Negro, La.wtey. Ida HaWnuwits' 1 Ueeendant. laseNo n" haven Aft Crosby I' C. 'h..y I'It' A .S by tent -

-THE TIRE THAT RUNS AND RUNS AND RUNS I ported by all pre ent.M. Fla. 7994.OltlKR. 0" PIYnf.ICATION'ANI' II.\3 4t ..3Is 7 of Ct.Hlk I'I'. I In to LlvTruhya Town of I1ra.l" n. "I.hop rNlarHe I$5
2A I 22
.. ...... JohniIIB ha. \V. M. U. Oeorge Jackson Negro Lawtey, 01" 'I..oRIO" In: 1 .1..1t ,.....t. nrsdfurd Cetuyylerlitet Lot I III M '1'{, Ft I..t
.V' Fla. Ida lI"hln..wll". chose reuiAenreis 2 Hlk 2 1JvTrlmlyA
Mrs. D. W. :Johnson entertained I 141.1 Ntruet. I Is t.'Seacert'. r"o" Add Ntnrke:: 29 8 "Z (lro4v. n m."p 1.-
590! :laat to
Sal The tire :. been looking Donald Leon Keys White, : ona'i .Itrins..n. hr.. l'I"I"lIr vs.
Here it buy you the monthly meeting or the Wo- New York: (noire Hrlnson. Lielndant, I.Irlnaetnn.'rrnkr. oil ce's. ..".n,'. cfM4 of IKt49g :
Fla.Raymond You are required to appear on ilnry' \I :1\: : .
for- and what a buy it Sal Strong bodied. ml'n' Missionary Union at her Hampton Starke inn. 8. 19.9. In the above named :aee No.:, 7306. sad N.11cc 1..1" I A 9 0' "Ik 13 It W -
treaded Marathon. Goody_'. famous home on Thursday afternoon of White Negro Court, and cause. wherein plaintiff Order of Prbilcellec Ft of 111k 1 a 't.ff
tough Fla. tapks dlv....... Hradfurd CaunlyTelegraph I to AppearCTA7'IC 'IO"'OA tn: ? I.2 Illk,, 71"IJ8. :Mark "nl..m..n I.
last week. Mrs. Mary Williams shall publish this Order' 01" ..I't of ink 17 Itomer William's .
to r..I.
tire. .pedaUy priced gi..eyou 1..ln."n. whose
I Lawrence
:James Vlr..lnla
economy In next four wenkly Iseun.Wllnres .. Nary Lot M 1"t ot Lot 3 rI
was the leader of the Devotional official .h.nree U3f0:. 40th Slr.et "aa.snnah. 'Jttk 12 Iola TJUle' ,."
Fla. hand and ,, '
White Starke my
a BIG 8CIY 1g. .. after which a social .. Georgia: T. J. Alderman ..51I'nk's
seal Flurldx. title May a of elk U
a' it. I program Austin Cary Smith, White, al tll..k. Your .... required, I to appear enlist Sot
.. .... 211 11.2
hour was enjoyed. 5.19U. ,. 13. 1949 In the above named :,: ; :ilktl9" I H. Wllk .. f arsct'l
SF.AL A. S. Thomas.
Fla.Willie OFFICIAL of
Starko ( I .t l9
wherein' pl.lnlltt .fa6lneknref
(:hurt and cause. Mrs. J. C.I1A..nln! <<
trade In NOWTCONVINIINT ..h.rk ot said COU"I.Py I1lk A
Drive In A. "
I Starke 1I..dfor.1 l'ou"I"T..I..llph
Mr and Mrs. Fred Whidden Albert, Negro lIav..n Crosby P. (3.A ..eke divorce. .this Order .h.flirlslun. .11 11.2 f 00
shall prhllsh t" 0. N.ndeH
: W.n.
J. '' ... s.ts M0. 111k II
of 1iI. l leslie.
fi the arrival a 'Ml.J. 't..rk"5In weekly
announcing I next four '
are n II If2
RRMS I' YOU WISHI Fla.Marlon CaUlI Manning White, Ally: for % Witness my hand end ntt..1. 'laser.2:9: .nh-Illy 21 It A. Mltn".... 6H
Cynthia on Monday, ,Florida. thls'Mel' .eta HIk 1 I CC
4 daughter .anal nl "Nlarke. H A. Mmsssa
Starke Fla.WllIam Circuit 'o..t. Ileudf Cou.y.Plnrlda I 1.,1' 1 of ilk I I16Ent.
I' May 9. In ShadycreBt Hospital White .. 1'a.x.q.Rtephen 12 1949. RIIAI: ) A. S. 1..1.! P.IO ot 'Uk 2 If. A. Manssea. tot
Coleman Phillips, iilidaHosak OFFlCAL H. A. lot..n"'
Pueak l'I..lnllt'. v. 1.1-3 lit ilk I
... ., Clerk 0' said'I'lIom"l 3CCe'te
Mr. Whidden who Is .. A. Alfred Hernrs
At present Lawtey, Fla.Oeorge n..t..n..III.. C.. ton 7151. Crnehy D. C'. Lnts: of "Ik I Manssea 3.04
Haven it A.
In the Maritime Service Is en- I Order o' Peallc.tl.a cadNetlr. fly 221 1.2.-10 0' mk 4 : :
Griffin Negro Starke, .In.llh K. Cklph.4 Orehamltldg. Cuts. JOIIr .
but II expected to Appr.rSTATIt facksnnville, Florida.till. .1 I Tea Cnllerl.r. City of Itl."' ..
SERVICE CENTER route to Egypt 1a. ] OF 1.OnlOA tn: cur 5.12 It .-
back In the States sometime In 111101" 110".k. whose residence .is, : I'lf.
I Johnnie W." Whitfield Negro 18:1"111.: Street. lClI..b.Ih. N. J.'
I July. Lawtey ,Fla. You. are roqulred. tn appear onJlrue
Sta.e" -d' 200 (CU,8. 301)) above named
Raymond :J. Comes of Starke, 6th. 1549. In the !
Court ."cI cause. wherein plaintiffseeks
At South City Limits experienced youth leader was a dlyn..... HraAtord Cnllnlv ,
Ing. Telegraph. .h,11 publish this Order
Seeber D. Goodm1n. Owner recent speaker at the Youth for Mr and Mrs Hal Sessions of In n".I four weekly. Iesnea 0 t
Christ meeting L. D. Phillips. of Witness toy hand and official / / 1 1 4
veek ,
ri I Starke, Fla. Is the scheduled AUltin. Minn arrived last seal. aC Ntarka, Florida. this Maya .
Lake Butler
e. for an extended visit with Mrs. 1949tOFFlC1AT.
I speaker: for next Saturday even- Stella SI'1AI.) A. 3. Thomas
I SeRslons' mother A. Clerk ot acid Court.
-- :Johns Collins Hampton and .is- Hy Ilev.n I'rnsby I P. C.J""I.I '
K. Nklpprr. 121 Graham
tar Mr. Gordon Wadsworth Jr l1"hl'. Jacksonville, Florida. co\. D
of Gainesville. AU" for l'lt. SIS 4t 1127rotle

SHOP & SAVE AT YOUR Mr and Mrs. Orville Brookln"' of Appllr.tleo_ for Tal )... D tie"Vloye

are visiting relatives In Alabama ( 11,11, No. 1592) ,
I N"II'h... \ given. that J A.
this week .1. II''KIII""Y.' Jr. the holder nt the
Mra. Bert t.. Hlnaon and little 'nllowl" rerllflrale has al.d said. kite
crrtmrntrsforalxsd.dlnha 'last-'
daughter Brenda Sue left Sun- .dlh..r..oll. The earllllcnte "lIl11h.r.. Ayrars ABOUT
day for a brief visit to Lakeland ot Iseuance, lhn drarriptlnnof SAVE
the. property. nand, the nnma III
08. Miss Peggy HinMan recently which It was a..d. .r. as. tol-
returned from 1vl lt with Miss lows' ('.rllrl..t. Nn U. Year. oflesuanes ON THESE .ITEMS
of Property
19fT. U"'rl..Uon
Carolyn Edwards. of Starke.Mr. : ::00':".( of NW', Nurtlnn 21.
and Mrs. .1. W. Horne. T"wlI.h 7 Hn9lh. '. I""u II 1-.1.:
runta/ning forty err,. mar.. or lass
:Junior and nllly Horne spent Sun- N.u" In which a'ssres.d: J. A. J
Phone 231 dye In Dunnellon visiting Mr and 1I1'KI".y. Jr. All .t soldl.rop.rsV I -
Free 1 .ning' the laaIV ofHrmitrd. Gay
UeliverY Mrl. O. D. Gay and family.Mr. 1 .. Slate, ? Plnrlta., L'nleue Easy to 0prat .

SPEI;1ALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY, MAY 20 & 21 and Mrs. Percy E. Griffin Curb rrrt lfl.ate. 4)r ""lfieatrs.. ..hallhe -
red.rnrd "'renting 10 law the f
of Jacksonville visited Walter H. property ,1.srrlb.d. In such rsrtlfcal.or Ste
Griffin last week. rrrllprats will 10. said I" tIe, p on Can
highest Dlddrr.. DI the marl bosses -
PLANTATION of this community _
SPAGHETTI Sincere sympathy dunr. on the Bret M..I..V In month, ----
Phillips is. extended to Mr. Flay .t JUII.. 1919. whh'h Is, the a day' 0' .-
,Inns, 15/9 1'uted, ibis 4 day otI"V.
MEA Sullivan beloved Hampton teacher ) It I" REGULARLY
GRITS r an the recent bereavement of A. J. Thon". Clerk ot 1.,11
WITH SAUCE court n, 1'.It"r. Cuts nly. Flnrldnftiffteial
her sister Mrs. Eunice Bennett Nall oia; ft 5121 LI9 89cWhite

5 Pounds 22c Henderson of Jasper Y etle.. of lppllra._..". for Tue nred
tllolI"" UIU Nil. 1(421
15 Ounce Can lOc rsIlr... T. Waeat It Iasy. C......., Nail,. Is. h..r..hv given Ih..I C' A.
7. hli. I. lu nollfv .11) credlloro and Xois' ht. the hol.I.r. "t the fnllawlnicrrtlprnte.
.Ialmallla of the Estate: ot T. CI. has al.d said. csrllOal.s. bale
MUELI ER'S ELBOW Che'.tale $r c..d.. that you are) for a lax Axed 10 h. ,Issued Ih..r..o" tineon enamel finish with
to file I your old ,",. duly I .'' towlth The certlnrat., rumb.ru. and yesrsof .# t red trim ..
lha County Judge; or nradrnrj: 1 'lauano. I ibis description' "t the Inset OPo il.# high Painted'
lOc Blue Rose RICE ('ouIlIy. I"IIIrld. nlll Ix l.r Ihnn.hchl urnp.rly. alii'' the namee In whl..hIt red cover. A real,
MACARONI Pkgl month. fr."n the first publl w... asseceed are as fullowa: .rtiacal. buy
ration of this nnik'S or the claim Nn. 1 fl. Yrur n' Isuunnc r a-
will bearred hI' Ntatut, ..t Llml- 19fT. I..I'.II..n' or Pr.perty, lna'
'At"n. This April Iqlh. Uti.IZ9H5 I. 9 of IIlk 9. I.ln..nln "' yAwn.hip
ZO .....I. M. t'ha.t.h. "..'. SRN W"t Ilv.) Section 12.

All Brands MILK 2 Pounds 25c N.I. Te When It May 1'........ .'j a which Nmitll, assessed n"n."Nam 22o.t.I I..rn..n.. Name, All In ,

This I. 10 notify All c'r.IIIo" udclaimant. I I"t said, ,,.nl..I., hrlnR In the County. ;gColorful
0' the 1lale ot Fannlu Hradford. Rtale ot 1"1..1" tin.Homt '

3 Tall Cans 29ct SAFETY MATCHES Oval I Waste


GULF SPRAY Quart 39c 3 Packages 25c S.I Car.fuifyRotf.d? Mofrhinp BASKET

0" nod and o &.J byJe Rfge


115 West Call St. Starke, Fla.
For kitchen, bails

tINGE' ALE 3 for 25c Complete line Auto Accessories TlrH .j'1001tflJ etc.and White.interior.Red. tr P

Batteries Outboard Motors Fishing

Tackle Radios Bicycles ADd lIun.dred" j

2 Quarts l6c of other Items BOX

(Plus Deposit, ) scon TISSUE 7 2 for 25c 4 ; BRIGHT BREAD ..

4-'c. Canister Set R.g


AMOCO Gas & Oil Electric: Welding .."u'' r'y 69c _
White with red
CORN Dozen 50c Washing O..lnc. TtWfO.. Tubes' B Ballade Are 1
hinged cover, round
2 for 25c !gold 08 BtDGF.T: PL\N. 4 bandy sizes for tea coffee, etc. Saver

White. Red trim and covets.

Cubed Steak Pound 59c
ECONOMY: un IRON ne:4.: NOW 8.95 }

BEEF Pound 23c

White Bacon Pound 23c
LEARN TO FLY the easy wall. Pall a

SLICED you learn. Special charter trips and sightseeing KOCH DRUG STORE .

l; BACON, Pound, 33c FISH, Pound, 22c trips bll appointment. Phone 117.

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FRIDAY MAY 20.'. 1819r !
the Home", given by Mrs H. A.
Miss MonteithTo I Business &. Professional Women's Club I Thomas-Drake Baptist WMS MeetsAt Lawson, Mrs. A. J. Thomas Mrs

: Wed Mr. McGriffIn Receives Charter At Banquet Monday Night I Miss Irene! Drake and Cecil Church Tuesday S. E. Sparks, Mrs M. F. Hazen
4 roffice and Mrs F J. Shaw. Mrs. L, D
Tii \ Eustis June 7 I In an impressive ceremony conducted of Jacksonville Mrs. Van Acker Thomas, both of Starke, were I The WMS of the Baptist Church Haines led the devotlonel followedby

IT by Mrs. Edna Van Ackerof of Miami, Mrs. Shiver of Crescent united in marriage, Sunday, May met Tuesday In the church with prayer by Mrs A. J. Thomas

r City and Mrs. Jack Silber, 15, In KIngsland, Ga. They wereaccompanied 43 members present. Collection The business session wad
J ri-j- ,Miami Vice-President of the Mrs. Ernestine Walker Mrs. C by Mr. and Mrs. Mallory i for the afternoon was $9.:32.Mrs. by Mrs. S. E. Spark. .It
Florida Federation of Businessand D. Roberto Mrs. Eunice Nisi, \ F. B Beard was! In charge
Thomas Jr. and Eddie BessIll. -
I the committees
which time
n..ld..n..e Professional Women's Clubs, Mrs. Rene Wiggins: and Mrs. Pan of the program. Topic for discussion gay
Gladys Mooty At present Mr. and Mrs.
Editor Phone 33tpt : and Mrs Geraha Shiver of Crescent sy Collins of High Springs was "Christ the Answer In their monthly reports.
rhone 29 Thomas
City, District Director, the Invited local guests Included are making their borne

_ ___ 14 Club received President,, In West Florida where Mr. Thomas
star-Jr- - - local B. &: P. W. Mrs. H. H. Adams
Its charter and held installationof I Junior Woman's Club; Mrs. J,. la employed as a drag line operat Yes The Tourists And Transients Like
Hercules Employes Miss Seckinger t officers following a dinner in Warren I Kaufman; Mrs. Ellery
Enjoy Lake Outing Weds Ralph RhodesIn the Woman's Club Building Mon Davis, Guy Andrew. President,, or.Jr. Our .

Church day evening. The local President, Chamber of Commerce; E. L. Woman's Club l ; But we still have time to eaters
Members of Hercules- PowderCo. Frostproof Mrs Marlon H. Faulk, acceptedthe Matthews,' Representative! Rotary
charter for the club and madea Club) //Mrs. Juntus Smith President Plans Silver TeaThe + to the home folks We appreciate -
Camp 38, Green Cove Springs Miss Roselyn Seckinger, daughter e
of welcome to the visit- Senior Woman's Club H. A. t
speech: ;
of buslnee. and always
fried chicken and: of Mrs. R. R. Seckinger Junior Woman's Club Is your
were hosts at a
ing state officers the Invited Bishop Jr., President Lion's Club,,
Auburndale and the late Mr; Seck going: forth with elaborate
ham picnic dinner at Strickland's guests and to 15 new club members Mrs. T. B. Harding. President P. plansfor try to please our friends. at boob
inger became the bride on April their Silver Tea to be held
Landing Saturday afternoon. of Mrs. who have been acceptedsince T. A, and Rev, B. -E. Simmons of
29 of Ralph Rhodes son Thursday afternoon May 28,
38 .was chosen out of the Eustls, formerly the club's organization In St. Mark's Episcopal Church. from
Camp D. A. Monteith of four to six o'clock at theWoman's
seven surrounding Hercules campsto of Starke. January.. There are 20 charter' The Committee In charge of arrangements Club, honoring: the BHS Still Serving: Our Famous Business Men'sLUNCH

have completed a year with outa The ceremony was performedIn members was composed of Mrs. senior girls. Proceeds will go toward 50c
the Methodist Church In Frost Arrangements of mixed Spring I Grace Onborne, Mrs. Janie Avery redecorating the Club kitchen
loss-time Injury. Gam flowers were placed to advantage' Mrs. Stella Kopelousos, Miss .
with the Rev. George GUIDON GRILL
Swimming and a social afternoonwas about the room and the! speaker's ,
bell minister of the church, of Madge Middleton, Mrs. Marian I -
enjoyed by the 300 guests Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Monteith of table was centered with a lovely Beautiful
flclatlng at the candlelight cere Howe and Mrs. Desta Dyal. Mrs. array of Graduation GEO. KOPELOUSOS
friends and Rustic formerly of Starke an- bowl arrangement of gladioli, Gifts
Including In the at Leila' Drew
present performed presenceof Shnppe.
money Avery, who Is also a charter member -
members from the other seven the family and close friends. nounce the engagement and approaching roses and greenery and was flanked ,
Also on hand at the gala rendered marriage of their by tour tall burning white!' of the club, served a delicious
camps. music -
occasion were W. T. Powell Supt. Organ nuptial E. Sanders of daughter, Margaret Lucia, to tapers. Tapers were also placedat dinner to the members ano '
C. H. Quick, Sr., by Mrs. W. Green Johnson McGriff, Jr.. son of the end of the guests' table. their and handmade
38, exquisite
of Camp guests
Brunswick Supt. of Camps, Ga.,, B.Woods E. Gooch Supt.of, Frostproof.Tall baskets filled with white Starke.Mr. and Mrs O. J. McGriff of The Reverend Invocation B. E.was Simmons.given by the i, place cards were furnishedby .It's Hard To Beat Your A & P For

with Mrs. Burdette. Misses
and Margaret
Marshall Byers, Supt. of Safety, Easter lilies The wedding will take place at The Rev. J. Warren Kaufman, "
Sheriff P. D. Reddish ,Mr. and lighted tapers graced the altar 7 o'clock Tuesday evening June pastor of First Presbyterian Idell Landrum, Vivian McRae,

Mrs. A. B. Williams. Jesse Alex which .was banked with greenery 7, In the First Baptist Church Church made the principal address Jo Ann Dinkins and Joyce New-

ander, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phil of palms and ferns. Eustls. of the evening and short speecheswere some assisted with the serving OUTSTANDINGVALVES

lips, Mrs. Gene Long, Mrs. Pauline Given In marriage by her bro Miss Monteith Is a graduate of made by Mrs. Van Acker and

Toroda and numerous others ther, Raymond Seckinger of Lake- Bradford High School and attended Mrs. Faulk. Mr. & Mrs. Griffis
land. the bride chose for her wed- I
from Starke. Stetson University for two I Mrs Flo Charbonneau a charter -
I ding ensemble a powder blue fears where she majored in business member of the local club, sang Honored At ShowerThe

Ladies AuxiliaryTo dressmaker suit with a white administration. She has been a selection each from "The Firefly" : FOOD
blouse and white accessories. She I Boatdraln Baptist churchwas
connected for the past year with and "Naughty Marietta", accompanied -
Meet TuesdayThe wore a small off the face hat M. the scene of a lovely miscellaneous -
the Lake County Bargain Store In by Ellery
trimmed with flowers and veil- Eustls. Davis. shower and buffet party
Ladies Auxiliary of ,the ing. Her corsage was a white or last Friday evening honoring Mrs.
Presbyterian Church will meet Mr McGriff 'Is a graduate of Installation of Officers Presid- Albert Grlffla whose home was Ann Page KETCHUP 18c
chid.Mrs. Andrew Jackson school In ent, Marlon Faulk let Vlce-PraM- -
high ;
8 o'clock at
Tuesday evening at Ed Glastock of Auburn- destroyed by a tornado six weeks Home Style BREAD -18c
the home of Mrs. W. J. Chandleron Jack onville and Is now attendingthe dent, Margaret Burdette; 2nd
dale cousin of the bride, was matron
Street.Topic University of Florida wherehe Vice-president, Thelma Dlnklns; ago.The lona
Call Sweet
2 12c
of honor. Her ensemble was lii Della Rosen- many beautiful and useful no. -
Is majoring physical educa- Recording Secretary
for the evening will be a suit, softly tailored with tables In
grey gifts were displayed on
tion. Ha was a member of the berg; Corresponding; Secretary
"Home and Family Life", Devo- grey hat and she ;wore a corsage and Lil- the lobby of the church. The refreshment Nutley Oleomargarine lb. 20c
Mildred Treasurer, ,
U. S. Army during World War II Sapp lona gold. Corn
C. F. cream
Mrs. 2,13c
tlona will be led by of pink rosebuds. table set up In no.
ian Davis
and served overseas in the Euro- was very impressive
Ward and Mrs. W. A. Stern of Starke, cousinof the auditorium was overlaid witha
George Flynn pean Theatre of operations.B with each officer lighting a different -
charge of the -Quiz. the groom, served as best man. colored candle from a white damask cloth and centered Our Own TEA, ft . 91c Dexo Shortening, 3 tb. can 77c
Mrs. Seckinger, mother of the white held Mrs. Aulean with Easter lilies. Arrangements
Olio-fourth off for your saving & P W To Meet one by
on Glft.Strong Jewelers.A bride, wore a gown of blue crepe Martin of Jacksonville, to forma of tall roses were also used to

and her corsage was of yellow rainbow circle. Mrs. Shiver Instructed advantage throughout the church. Our Own TEA 1.2 ft. 47c
Members of the B & P W. Jim Dandy GRITS lb. 29c
i rosebuds. The groom's mothert Club will hold their next regular- each officer In her duties Mrs. R. E. Jones and Mrs. Ira
Mrs. Monteith choRe a dusty pink next The visiting club members Included Wilson were In charge of this delightful -
meeting Thursday evening
mesh for her ensemble and talisman Mrs. Faye Sherman of occasion and were assisted Our Own Tea Bags 100's 75c
D May 28 at St. Mark's Parish lona FLOUR 25 lb. 1.49
Bac' : roses for a corsage. House at 8 o'clock. Miami. Mrs. Martin. Mrs. Betty by members of the Baptist W bag -

STARKE FL':, I After a dinner party at the .- Bigger and Mrs. Beatrice ChaseT&Cp4AhLtLtr MU
I Walesbllt Hotel In Lake Wales, .
I I the couple left on a wedding trip. One-f mirth off on Billfold, YOU GET THE MOST VALUE FOR TOUR I White House Milk, 3 tall cans 34c

Sun., Mon., TUt'.., May 22-24 They are now making their residence Chain. Comport Strong Jewelers. "
In Eustla where Mr. Rhodes H Hhis MEAT DOLLAR WHEN YOU IIT A t. P'S .

Blood On the Moon Is connected with the Lake Coun m Ann Page Pork & Beans, 1t lOc

Robt. Mltthum, Barbara Bel ty Bargain Store with hla step
father, D. A. Monteith.
derides. I 'SuperRight"lona
Plus Shorts ft Cartoon Mrs. Rhodes la a graduate of WELL, THE MAIL BAGS are ducking In Oklawaha River GRADUATION Tomatoes, No. 2 cans, 2-27c
the Auburndale School and
High certainly getting heavy these day.* | recently Hear hi missed the
I Stetson University. She Is a mem- with Invitations from the dear, boat entirely when he jumped and :::: FINE QUALITY MEATS
W...., Thuro., May 23, 28 ber of the Zeta Tau Alpha,
I Social Sorority and the Blazer dignified seniors beginning to got a good soaking But he & Beans,. 16 oz.,2-19c
DOUBLE FEATUREKIDNAPPED flood the market and soon we'll and his party caught 73 big ones
Honorary Athletic Club. She was be rolling around to another one that weekend, though, so guesshe 7 Fla. D&D FRYERS lb. 55c
president of the Woman's Athletic -
of those happy, hectic graduationdays didn't do so bad after all Hd GARDEN FRESH
Association, Stetson University The Jr.-Sr. Banquet to- Ruth Simmons (Mrs, Steve)' was
With Rod 1\lcDe"all her She
during junior year. night should be one of the beat the lucky winner of tho Bendlx

AND is cation now employed Instructor as at physical the Frost edu- for the theme, "Bradford Studios Ironer given away at the St. Edward's ; Quick Frozen Perch, lb. 33c FRUIT & VEGETABLES

CRASHING THRU Party honoring Stars of '49" certainly bingo party recently .
proof High School. sounds Interesting See Mrs. W. L. Blair working In

With June New ill Mr Rhodes graduated from Bet those BHS stars will really Leila's now-used to bee In Central Fresh Green BEANS 4 lb. 2Sc
high school at Starke Fla. and GIFTSAT Quick Froz. h&d Whiting lb 19c ,
put Hollywood to shame, and I'llbe Dry Goods' until it shut up
attended the University of Flor-
> peekln' In the window to get chop recently Another changes
Frl.. Sat., May
ida. During World War II. he,
an eyefull Hilda Udell, formerly o! the Lettuce
served as a fighter pilot In the CARPENTER'SBill Iceberg 60s 2 19c
DOUBLE FEATURE China-Burma-Indla Theatre of Wainwright agency, now a full Armour Skinless Franks, lb. 49c -
QUITE AN AUSPICIOUS occasion time employe of Bradford Plastics -
Shed No Tears oper .tlons. He was honorably discharged t in the Woman's Club Mon Glad to ice George Canova folds
aa Captain In February, Blackeye Crowder Peas 3 lb. 25c
day night when the B &: P W Club and George Patten back after ....
Wallace Ford, June Vincent 1947. received Its official Charter having their tonsils out In St. Flash Lights Ass't. Cold Cuts, ID. 55c

ANDTrouble By the way. In case you don't Vincent's Wednesday of last week Sun Glasses
Graduation Gift In Llnlfl'rlc" know B & PV stands for Business ,

In. TexasAlso .I,I Slip to $8.98$1.01; also to $Nylon.9111[ Gown Panties$2.40 and &: Professional: Womenandnot Watches Smoked Bacon Squares, lb. 27c Squash, yellow, 2 lb. 9c

Short & Serial as someone suggested HERE WE GO AGAIN withanother
II Hose, at Leila' Drew Shoppe. Beautl'l i*
Electric Razors
I ful &: Pulchrttudlnoua I one of those fish stories

.. Although the glrla certainly Sunday when Margaret and After Shave Lotion Sunnyneld si. Bacon, lb. 65c"SUPERRIGHT" New White Potatoes, 5 lb. 29c
seemed to qualify for the latter George Miller and Vince St. John

BARGAINS classification Monday night t were fishing at Horse Shoe on Thermos Bottles
Lillian Davis was lovely In a the Gulf, Margaret (so she says) Golden
IN PRE-WAR>> STURDILY CONSTRUCTEDFURNITURE black off-the-shoutder formal hooked and put up .a good battle Travel Kits QUALITY Ripe Bananas, 2 lb. 25c

while President Marlon Faulk with a 30-lb. man-eating shark

wore a gray satin cocktail dress Margaret didn't want It In Kodaks j HEAVY WESTERN BEEF :

that was quite striking Jan- the boat-said either she or the Sultana Med. Prunes, 2"- 37c

USED BUT WELl. KEPT AND IN Ice Simmons appeared in a black shark had to get out and walkto Shaeffer Sirloin Steak, lb. 83c
dinner dress while Jessie Young shore-but they brought It Pen & Pencil Sets

EXCELLENT CONDITIONW. wore black with a striped skirt back to Starke, however Gift I Chuck Roast, lb. 55c Shelled Walnuts, 4 oz. can 35c
Madge Middleton chose an Checked the story with Vince and
A. DRYDEN Old Heenan Williams orchid dinner dress, and Lillian he said it was at least 40 pounds "Thank You" Notes I Ground Beef lb. 43c

Northeast Of Starke Ray ;was attractive in a rose But the truth of the matterIs I _

formal Informally dressed that it was only a 10 pound i- Hose I
were Del Colley and Marian Howein sand shark So you can draw

-.--.-------.-.-- aquamarine, and Betty Ingram your own conclusions as to who Beach Bags I
.0--- in a print with a lovely corsage Is the biggest!'. story-teller TALCO FEEDS :
Sets ,
Margaret, Vince, the scales Shaving
Quite worthy of mention were or I

the unique floral placecards, skill SCRATCH FEED
fully created by Margaret Bur
dette from tlnv shells and water SO LONG See you In the Helena Rubenstein's ANN 0

colors They added a very next 25 lb. 1.07 100 lb. 4.25 PAaE ey

colorful note to the table -Carolyn COLOGNE)
Harley F. Mining I :;;; Jw .eler doc. ,

busy these. days, slowing wendingher It again! Flame Heavensent .

way through the entanglement Command Performance aid 25 lb. 1.23 100 lb. 4.83

-5 -. of Army red tape In gettingher MARCIA JUNIOR Apple Blossom < 0 RES SIN { ,

tickets, passage, etc., etc. In .
readiness to join Telfalr In Germany BY LADY FAIR GROWING MASH

Beat The. Heat With. Insulation of awaiting the w preliminaries.her. She"port has caU"w received and ?Is. Hop-moat now BEAUTY SHOP CORDAY"Totijours PERFUME Moi"Cara 25 lb. 1.19 100 lb. 4.63 Pint jar 25c; quart jar 45c

Ing she will\ get It as soon m

school Is out Hear that little 20% Dairy Feed 100 lb. 3.89
;;:( Enjoy indoor comfort all summer Ions Linda Louise Cooper, 4, niece of 1 n Nome Cologne I Pork & Beans, 22 oz.Ann Page .15

,,'j'f.' I
,' ;. with our quality Insulation. It's easily In the' Atlanta Constitution '' And Perfume I Horse Feed 9QX, 100 lb. 4.05

recently, holding the prize rose II Sultana Kidney Beans, 16 oz., lOc
In the Thnmnsvllle, G*. Rose Show
i. r Installed saves you money in the )long( I
Sorry to hear that Dr. Karl
A-Penn Motor Oil 5 qt. 1.15 OCTCH satin .
H0' :a
Roberts of Jacksonville Beach ALL GIFTSIVRAPPED I II
runTalk over your Insulation needs (brother of Mrs J, W. Andrew I White, Whole Kernel Corn 19c

and well known along Call St.), FREE Ann Page ,Mayonnaise pt. 33c

with our friendly experts this week! Is clinic. a patient for In an the indefinite Cleveland period, Ohio I ALL Strained Baby Foods 9c

undergoing treatment for a hip GRADUATIONCARDS fona Tomato Juice, 46 oz. can 23c

KEEP YOUR HOME ACCIDENT FREE injury Incurred some time ago I LIBBVS .
when he was thrown from a Crushed
horse at his Jax Beach ranch j I Crispo Cookies ass'!. flavors 20c Pineapple, No.2 can, 33c
..w M .
I--1I-- g mc, et i
experienced r. Ut. .... .. Canada
fishermen knew the knack "tt.bit st raify Pl.lps. CARPENTER'SThe Dry
stMta4 Mer* I tt l..."
TARK EBUIS' of pushing their boat loose from GInger Ale and!or Sparkling Water
shore and jumping into It beforeIt

: gets too far cut but seems LADY FAIR FEAUTY SHOP Rexall Store Buy 1 for 15c & get another for lel!

SUPPLIbS that Bill Powell of Herrule Is PHONE 64
t 'IE' if''< .
(Pius deposit or exchange on )
-- -t' S.A.L. DEPOT.P 45W". In need of a lesson or two< after :PIU. qt STARKE. FLORIDA

Al 'At < I One-fourth off on ALL, merebandlse I
... R" <'OlP.TMt .' .L I. IJ
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Mrs. and In (.1...... ('on.. ... Medford Con.U. CALL FOil nii><
Mr. and Harry Lyons
I Economist I
Home l'lorl.lai In ( aanrrrr.Kohert Sealed bide for furntnhlnit Trurk
Mr. and Mrs Jim Pate of Jacksonville l.r..c'. l Lavery Plaintiff vn.Helena .'Traotor. Tire and Hntterlet. for all/
To Demonstrate May Levery, Ijofuiulunt.' CUH equipment of the City of Htnrk.i, NOTICE
were Tuesday evening No. 7317.order I Florida' for the ensuing twelvemonth
I At Nasworthy'sMiss of lithllratlon and \"otlovlo I I will be received liv (hel'ity
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Appear | Council. nf the City of Starke, FlorI'll. -
I have sold and transferred Fire & Casualty
n'1'1TF7 OK K. I. O It' II' tot nt the rite i>lore* In StnikP' my
N Tom Slade. Helena. May Lnvviy. whiiHe realletioa .- Florida, until 12-00' Noon WHT unI Ini'4urnnceJen: (' ', together with my good will
1 : Tlit'udHV.. June T. A. 1IIIC'', the
Mra. E. C. Sirman of Miami la ( anil uddrra IH Unknown: I nn 1
following Muted to the Harold C. Wall Agency effective immediately.All .
THE HEV5Miss You nrf reqnlreil to appear .on that arrudu tiresand :
staying with her 8l ter, Mrs. Hal I .June 20. 194l! In the above named 1o.rle.:1I00X88. : -plv traitor. ; business pertaining to policies! in force with

l.. .. Cllleri who Is stricken with pleur I peek Court; divorce and eauatt., wherein Itrnilford, pliilntlff CVuintyTelegraph :::: I'i triioKir.ftfluxlB 000x24' :4-ply. traitor.4-pl. :trnotor 750x111, 7ROx-ilplyi / I II my agency will l be handled in the future by them
I ahull publish this Orh.rn 2illily truck; 760x20>> 10-ply trinkt,
Hazel Fields was a weekend Mr and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot isy. nxt four weekly IMMUVN.WltneHM I *J5x20 Ill-ply truck TOflxli Hi-plv and I feel! sure that my customers will receive
my hand and' offh'lul truck.doilx: ft.plIrll..k. fl.rH20ply ( I the best insurance service possible from this old
Mr. and Mrs RobertE. In Sanderson visitIng Miss Verlle Coker of Washington "- trntk 700x' n
guest of spent Sunday enl nr tftaike, Klurldu, this May ; Itf-plv: truck' )

Tanner Jr. in Gainesville.. Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Barefoot. D. C. la the house gurst of 19 OFFICIAL. 1041. SEAT.A. J. Thomas,I i I SSx7 St ore 10-ply ge hntterleM truck; 40x. for 12-plv nil equipment trurk-: established agency.I .

Mr. and vlrs. Harley Strong Mrs. L. J, Green and children. Lt. Col. and Mrs. A. Griffin at A* Clark nf nuld Court.By IH! and HM l J fiillownptikuu ton truck: 11II1101..r.,truck, will appreciate prompt payment of outstanding

moved over tho weekend from Judy and Archie and nephew Jim- Camp Blanding. (loo.haven W. Mumlfluko.t'roebv.. P JIIH.C. A. llolierty, I I bliule The niHrhlne and tractor ".. alOnl1'due' me at my present location where I

my Green were guests of Mr. and ( -fourth oft on watchen, all Sol Smith Ml-ltf. Jaikmmvin. Kin, to waive Maid any City formalities reserves tile In ."v..r'l am still engaged in the Real Estate business.
Lake to the Kitty An 0.10
Klngsley Mrs. J. W. Abernathy in Daytona makp. Strong; Jeweler Atty. for nr. 8-20, 4t reject any or all blda.
I I N. D. Wainwright, Jr.
Water City of Htxrke, Florida.
drew' home on Street Beach Sunday. Mt'II.V.. O. Halle returned to
I In rlr.-uU. Court llmdfuril 1'u.dy, H ("rl Johnp' ''"y l'1<>rk-
formerly occupied by the James Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre had her home Monday after spendingten Ii Klorlilai In ('..n..r,.. ...18 at
Clifford, llurdv Pliilntlff.'' v*.
Frestons., as their Sunday guests Mr. and I days Including Mother's Day i linn Hardy Defendant. CUM

One-fourth off for your 'Mixing Mr.. c. C, Smoak and son Don- with her son. Jack In Baltimore. 7313. .......1.11.// 1
Order Pnkllmtlim and
on Olftn-Strom; Jewrler nie, of Jacksonville and Mr. and MJ. Mr. Halle Is employed with o tn AppearUTATH BACK AGAIN AFTER SO LONG:! GLASS TOP MAHOGANY

Mr.. and Mrs. A. L. Alvarez, Mrs H. N. DuPre and children Armour A: Co. In Baltimore.Mrs. OK F .. OHII> ..."

Miss Irma Galney and Miss Lu- I Mable and Bllle of Live Oak. I Elbert M. Edwards and I.Milan rlnrdy. hone renldvnr" !I.:
SO1)! IIRlh Ave, Glendale, Lung You Can't Believe Until You See COFFEE TABLES
cille Alvarez. were visitors at the liarIry F. Strong Jeweler dora sons Bobby and Billy of Daytona land, New York! la-I o .

Jacksonville Zoo Sunday. It again: Beach spent. last week with Mrs. you .am required to appear. on
June 20 19411.( In the nhove mimed
Mr. and Mr. Robert Barksdaleand Sgt. Bruner Baker of Ft. Ben- I Mae Edwards and Miss Elaine Court and catme, wherein pltitntlffNBek FAMOUS HOME COMFORT
nlng, Ga Is Edwards. dl ..rr". Bradford County
Bobble Sue of spending a five-day
daughter ,
Mary Lou Knotts "hllco Telegraph;; Khali. publish thin Older
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Hal leave with his family at Keystone Amusement. guinea at St. Euuard'n In next four: weekly\ IHHIIMM.' : (I1Vltnes I N N E: It S P It I N G; !
Sessions of Minnesota pent the Heights Sg-t. Baker is Regimental Recreation<< < Hall every Saturday Home Economist will demon mv hnml and offlolal $29 95
anal at rllarke. ", Klurldu, thin MATTRESS
early part of the week at Silver I Supply Sergeant for the ROTC r evening at tt:30: o'clock.If strate and explain the preparation IN, 194't.llJl''MICLAIAe( MayI I .

Springs and Salt Springs Provisional Regiment at Fort Ben- ( ) savings and vitamin content of I ilorb, of A..I.mill Thonian(Court,

Miss Margaret Mann, a student I ning.Mr. Mr. and Mrs Frank Weaver frozen food at Nasworthy's storeon lmy Haven Croby D. C. 11.10 DOUItLE. ; RED SIZE: -
50 4t
at CSWC, Valdosta Ga. was the 1 and Mrs. John B. Dye of and family of Willlston were Weekend E. Call Street today Friday, I Atty for I'lf. I
Fort Lauderdale guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. In I'lrrwlt ('."rt. Hradford (Coonl, Male by "Srrtn. Mallrc (-|..
have arrived tospend from 0am.
weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. I Jackson.Mr. to 3 pm. and also Klorldai In (.h........,.. I
E. C. Mann. Jr.Amuaimentgames. the summer at their home on Saturday at 10( a.m. and 3 Li Ill.. dna I'urvlB.' Plaintiff.. V*, Compare with other
at St. Kd- on Kingsley Lake. and Mrs Donald Patrayof CIlMby Franklin. t'urvln, lirfendanl.C any
'see Ni. 7I1H:: .
uaril's Rwj-eatlon<< Hall every Sat- Why pay more for gruduatlim the U of F visited Mrs. Pa- p.m.The public Is cordially Invitedto Order ol l'nhlliatlon and 'Nell; $39.50 Mattress' !

urday evening at 8:30 o'clock.Mr. gifts? One-fourth off at Strong tray's. parents Mr. and Mrs. L. attend these demonstrations tn Appear
Jeweler O. Hazen, over the weekend.Mr. !II'r t '1' M O K K I.O H In' tniCllNliy REGULAR: : SALE:
(If) Franklin I'urvlr. whitHo address 9 95
and Mrs. G. B. Williams Sgt. Wallace C.' Cooley, son and Mra Jack Trawick CARD OF TII\NKS' I I. 211 Hunt. WalilburK' Street, 12.93 PRICE .

announce the birth of a daughteron of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cooley of have had as their guests, H. D We wish to take this method of 8nvnnnah You .are" ileorKln requited. : to appear on Give Your Daughter or Son

May 9 in Lake City. Mr. Williams Klngsley Lake, was awarded the Trawick of Tallahassee on Wednesday thanking all our friends for June, JO 104H Iti the above named.
Soldier's every Court and cause. wheieln 1 plaintiff. Looks Like A $20 Table
Medal In
Is a meter reader for Flor- ceremonies at of last week and Mr. and kindness shown us during our recent nueka divorce, care, ruMtodv. A- inntrol A lIed of Ills Own
ida Power & Light Co. Sandia Base Albuquerque New Mrs Jim Anderson of Deland on bereavement In the loss of of' minor children' llradfoldCounty .
Telegraph shall pulillnh thinOrder
on Army Day.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn and Sunday. our husband and father L. R Ed- In ttext four weekly iMHtie
Gen and Mrs. Sumter L. Lowery Why pay more for KraJuatlon wards Jr. ( WltneH. my, hand and nfriclal BATH ROOM SETS
Signed) Mrs. Carrie 2Pc.
son, Keith were guests of Mr. seal. at Slurku' Flurldii' .thl. May.
and Mrs. a. P. Wadsworth Jr. returned to their home In gifts One-fourth off at Strong Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Robert IR. 14'l!
Tampa Thursday after staying ten Jeweler. 'Edwards and OFFICIAL 8KAI A. J, Thomn. Youth BEDS
In Gainesville over the weekend. daughter Barbara A. Clerk. nf' said. Court. A REGULAR;, $1.50 VALUE -
daya at the Officer's Club Camp Mrs. Hazel Cone and eon Ferd- Sue Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Ed- nv haven 1'ioHbv, II C.
Mice Mary Lou Durahlmer spent "ileo.V. Hnndi"lak... Jon. A. lloherty, '''-''
Blanding. inand of Ocala were Sunday visitors wards, and Mr. and Mrs. SALE PRICE $2.95
ZcnusTeUtone. .
the weekend with Miss Barbara .101 Hmllh I'M*. Jiivkonvllle, Fin,, *
One-fourth off on ALL mrrrhan hero visiting Mrs Cone's I' Altv. for' Pit B-a 4r 11-10 p'\ .82. Votllplot* WIU NW-W i,,-

White In Penney Farina Star Brand dress & work Mrs. Stella Andrews of Miami Mrs. Havana Johns and Mrs.. In rirrult ('nnr.. llradford (.iinn ,., Gotham Gold Stripe Nylon g momprlnji' | miHtrnw. StrongetSpring -

shoes for men & boys now at I li: visiting friends and relatives Clyde W. Colson.Chftrll Alfred Klnrldai P. (In'....II..y.fhanrerr.l-litlntirr, v.. Kul 'Hose at STUMP'S STORE. t s)1rr \'' 0.' 'I( ('......,"II'Ulln. I

STUMP'S DEP'T. STORE. here O. Parker of the Florida Order of Publlmtlfm and \ollre: t .... a..4. .1, I ROLL-AWAY BEDS $15.95

-- ----- -. -. I Power and Light Co. was in St. to "....... e

Augustine Wednesday on business 1'.1..11.' .NTA t Tel Cuullvy OK, wlione HI. OKI ri'nUlonus III Inl la 4MM NU'..< In roue of romnitny. FoliU and Haven spark'

II M'8 clolh"" I""p'AND I with the local plant here. Unknown: Bed-.39.50

ALVAREZ' STORE Establish r_ __ 189 i Harley! F. Strong' Jenrlrra does June You 20 are 19)9 rrqnlrnd in the to above appear named on r Mali to 1aJ! You should own imp-for "" llttk" t

It again! Court and canoe, wherein rlnlntlff Mattress --19.95
Miss Madeline Crosby of Day- peeks dlvnrtn, llradfnrd Comity
Telegraph" shall pnl.llnh this order
tona was a weekend guest of Mr. In next four weekly' Issues
and Mrs. Albert Lee Wltneii I my hnnd and:::; offlrlnl; BOUDOIR LAMP SET $3.90Just
TRANSFER Crosby *..al at aturko Florida, Ihl. May A Real Buy At 59.45Looks
R.B.ALVAREZ&SON Mr. and Mrs W. C. Rhoden 17. I9U.tO .
STORAGE CO. ( )'FICIA[. PRAI.) A. J. Thomas., Think! 2 Lamps for 3.90!
moved Into their new home on A* Clerk of mild Court

Road 100, Theressa, Saturday. (Rv'has haven It !leas,CroKltv, 204-IIR, n C.Guaranty UfBKulltllnx like a much higher-priced bed I )May aim. li used. a* pin-up lump

We operate local I Mr. and Mrs Martin Land and Jai'kxonvine, Florida, i j
I Atty, fur Pit. zo ,
4t 6-Ili
&: long distance. sons Robert and Edward': visited s

Mr. and Mrs Robert Lancasterin In (Iri-nlt .
4'nnrt llriiilford Count
OS anywhere In U.S. High Springs Sunday. Florlilai In < hnmerr.chnilx IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
T y.iiteli. Jr, Plaintiff, v...
EXCELLENTSTORAGE Cotton Dresses (half glare. ) reduced Margaret 1U.utll, Uefendunt. Cane.
it for Clearance! $3.0.1 to *8.09. .- No. 7.JII.Order ,
or I'nblli'allnn end, :Notice .
Size 18 1-2 to 21 1-". at Leila's In %|.l enr 1 1NT Denmark Furniture Co.

IJrenn. tShoppn.Mrs. ATM OK t'I,4)Itl. DC 6.,!
Muriturttt K. Xutell.I whoa, renldeni'9I
FACILITIES D. W Moore had as her .. tong
I ens<> Cedar' Av heath, (
guests Sunday Mr, and Mrs. C. R. Ifornla: i PHONE 151 STARKE. FLA.America's I,
Agents ForDelcher You are required' to appear. on
Moore and two sons Larry and' .Tune 20. 1(149( In '|Ih" above nan..| MM% .
'* James David. Court and uuSea, wherein plalntlfanrka '! 4flo
See us first dlvorre. Bradford County'
: now Telerrnph dish pnlili.h this Ordott
Bros. that hard-to-get practice) paper In next four weekly tnnuo. Greatest-

for student), ruled and plain In .witness n't ,Hturkv tny, hand Florida and, ,till ntfirinlc.nl May' / __

9 x 12 ,Size, 8S rent per ream. IT It4l) SLEEK "
Bradford (OFFK'IAI REAL) A. J. Thomas. rti
County Telegraph. A* flerh of mid Court ( AND P Watch Value
Delbert Casey Is being released By Haven Croby. D C.
(Chn.. It. Hues. 204-05 lluaranty l.lfeIlulldlnir. i tr SMOOTH
Branch of this week from the Jacksonville
Every 1 I .larkxunvllle. Florkln. ,
Naval Hospital where. he has Ally for I'lf. 6-10 4t 8-10 .

INSURANCEH. been confined since Christmas. In TlrenH Court. Bradford <'.....r>' charm

(--foiir1h. off on nan-hen, all flnrlflai !. ( kaneerr.Mel .
J. Thompson I'lnlnflff" ,, v*. Chnr.
make J"wI'J..rtl.I
Strong/ Ity H Thompson lIer"ndnnt. Can fit of
I .. Margery Colley left yesterday No 71U. I
Order of Pnbllpa4l and. :Notice r
for a two weeks', visit with rTh.

C. WALL AGENCY her daughter Miss Shirley Colley !STATE OP to .Appear fl.MIIIIIA let In a

'in Washington D. C. Charity H. ThompMnn. whops real-
desire I I. Aurora, North Cnrotlnar Slip. I -. Quality
William P. Thaoue You to on _
Seaman are required appear \-.5
PLEASE PHONE 146 June 20. 1949. In the ahrtve. named /
USN grandson of Mrs. Mary Court and rouse. ., wheroln plaintiffaeek Slips Ha
Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- 'Jane Kite of Route 2, Starke Is dlvorne.. nrai1f.ird (Bounty do not r/c/e/ up. 7etp\ _
Telegraph shall. I'uhll..h( thl Orderin
scheduled to arrive in Norfolk I next four weekly' ispuea. ihadM; $1.97 \ ?
'I Va. on May 24 after a five month Wltne tny hanand, efflrlnlseal I Delicate llngwl _- No
-- cruise In the Mediterranean at Starke Florldn. thin May Sizes SiTo 44

,aboard the destroyer USS KennethD. IT.( F'1 1940'.'IAT. SHAI.) A..r Thomas Valmy'" Slips are also available l / SubstituteHer

A* Clerk r>f mild' Court, In .. / lenalh.ttiLA'S' 49
Euiley. Hv Haven. Crosby, l>. r .1'00"11 P
Sterling Sliver In Lunt, Inter. John J. lfen. Florida' ,
"aUlnal..1 Alvln. Also Havllaml .
Atty. for Plf: _B.30 4t IP
BUWANNKRl: COUNTY LIVESTOCK FOR SALE: Ued radio, phonographs China and Fostorla C'rywtal. Use ::
TI portable. 1.US u... ('haa.C. Cut cost of IIvfnJt- -
Owned operatledbylleDe Odom Shepherd l. Hadlo Hoat Covers. our Lay-Away Plan. Lrlla' Iress I your OTHERS AT 21.75 AND UP
&: do..i at L I I: tss: SI1CniC.e..eee4: Excellency "A" 21 Jewels
rand Shoes
Jr., Ph. 210M, Live Oak, FU. Court A: Madlnon Bt* tfFLORIUA Shoppe. hnv Star .

DEP'T. STORE. ,., .,.
FOR BALM CHEAP" : I Franklinautomaticdraft WELL DMII.l.INO>> toa Bill and Lou Green, son and STUMP'S
1Urge of Mr. and Mrs. Lex
wood heater daughter
ooal-burnlnK. circulating : -. 4A 6-Inch well A
In rood condition. ..tailed. *, rtpalrrd Green underwent tonsllectomles
i'rlc;; ; F !(Telegraph U Phone 13, nr Write" tu: In the Alachua County Hospital
ATTRACTIVE FURNISHED unfurnished Fla. S-4tflyr Monday.Mr. .
apt*. Clou In. Deslr.Colonialllnn.201nW.iMadison and Mrs. Crosby H. Daw-

tf SELL YOUR TIMBER kins of Gainesville spent Sunday

NOW with Mrs. W. H. tollman.

FOR new SAL wire)J: fence.I ao-roil Also roll 0D tOO"..lay..'"" Highest Cash Prices Paid One-fourth off on all Graduation Sat. May 21DIG Tuew.. Wed., May 21. 25 & % /

cypress 45. 1. P. war:- Gift. Strong Jeuelrrm.
worth, ..r.Iio, Fla.: WILL BUY IN BULK Cotton Dresses. (half sizes) re- BIG DOUBLE. : FEATURE: ,

IMIO OW.J.lICt. Auk ftiair...k F...Pda OR IN UNIT duitxl for Clearance. M.M to $8.- DOUBLE FEATURE 0AUTHORIZED
aped (... to .en T.. .....* t ae.w the
.. H.4 rent her product, KR1KEKPHH. 93. Sizes 16 1-% to 21 l-2, at Leila'sDretm "Night at Opera"With &
:It IL foe y*a r .... EDWIN W. PECKOr I Shoppe..
4t p 1'21' I areas..'- The Marx Hron.
John W. TurnerP.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Ad<.lla'n I

O. Box 463 and Mrs. Lorraine DuBose ol GENE AUTRV \ ALSOV8ftN'i h ; ,J'J"v /. '
TIMBER'I Gainesville. Fla. IplINT1fISAflCLE ,
visitor d { '
Jacksonville were Sunday
I "
I ,,1 "
.---- ; 'NGt .
I of Mr. and Mra. C, B. Beam and '
FOR SALE Send me a postcard and I family. sa,1Y.. lit .tlwa 10111111If. Is.lO ;:' :;':1'",. C U.J.. .' : ,:: cr'pE

will come see you. .at..MLS., all ,, .
'< "
and Mrs.
Mr. Frazier Shaw were I :
n !
visiting friends In St. Augustine J
11.... KIT BFFOHH I lOO P.M.Ht44fV .
Pt'LPWOOD. COME LOOK IT 'T Imo P. ... Vf'XT: "*V. Sunday. I And "Train To Alcatraz BACK "
nunnn' 01 FT IIOP. tf :
Sterling' Silver In Litnt International ,

OVER. HIGHEST BIDDER FOR SALE; I port HlnK...r cawing and Alvin Also Havllanil .

TAKES IT.KARL. mnrhlne:: : (A'an 1 b*Hlnirer fien ac Tpllorlntfmachine I Ht. 2. China and f'oetorla C'ry.tal. Less I Sun., Mon., !May 22, 23 .*PAH UJ 6TW-( Oft 6WTeMeMtrantn ., .

boa H. Mr. Cora Jon.. 21p6120| our Lay-Away Plan. Leila's Irr,. IAIIIImS lIE $ArrttI '
MORSTEIN -- -- -I Shoppe. I i
FOR PALKt young nhoat' cheap Mi
W. A. Dryden, old l Heenon WIN. Miss Madge Brownlee of Starke I I As.tM.W, Mel e.Ar.W 'If
Rt 2. Box 158. Starka, Fla. 2 .. Ito y FuN tovH0riicot .,
Ham placeHt -
.Htark !
: and Mr. and Mra. J.'R. Chaateen' M till in
FOR OAI.E'' Herford A. burn nw .A of the State Farm attended the R Musrc 0" Vfl'y ,,
FEMALE HKUH WANTEDBt/ : no. 1 t pl.... 8ea J. I. Ilavwell Itt. 2 '
Must take dictation Apply Inneron. near Farmer Mkt Itp graduation exercises! of J. R.Chasteen. \ !
r ..
Army Camp WreckingCorn; I Jr from PreFlight i ) uraPower'Malnsp
Camp BiandingFor FOR RENT! *m. more bid"l near mf l
bus .1... A a-hnol. on hlway. TQiilirley school at the Pensacola Naval 1 o
Sal.-'a Ford tudor. : radio, wood Htarke Kla 4-lllf Air Bale, over the weekend. I Tt n Thurs.. Fri, May 26, 27 t
It, 1300eaah. -
tires, clean, com get ,
: 1 Harden' tractor. ," plow, FOR SALE" : Farmall Tractor (19)I Miss Bottle Sue Biggs was a I .1
other tool. almoet. new. come *: newly overhauled A painted. Seejante ; ,
table. weekend guest. of Mr. and Mrs.
nee It. Some used furniture: Piteron 2tp 5-7'
chair, dresser ..t<'. B J,. D. 10loon 0I
bed. A Monteith in Eu tia.On.fuurth 1 IypSOA7
Bnrarue. old Hart place, I ml. .:. FOR SALE: feoond hand piano. He.*II 1 1t '; ON INS out
off all Graduation WI- COST
of Btarke. lip Mr*. U O. paean 331 W. ,'.I11Mt. on NO '
'd.n.1 Gift*. Strong Jeweler. t ,1 I 3
FOR SALE1 SJ KaBalla '' I
Firm Mrs. P. E. Canova and daughters. t
runa good. body Ilk. new r-----
sloe! take. It an am leavlnir town. On The Halifax River Norma and Emma Jane, 1
Apply Tempi Are. at 13th St. UpBUPINESH At Ormond Daytona) .. 1'4in.10KwAfenifrLus.r7j.mrraCoilnwwagoddf.uedtwt.JJ.M1f
and Betty Ann Powell at' BIn.0\'A p1GJnpamiwl6unJo<. .
OPPORTUNITY! Completely The'Magnolia ,St. Leo Dade City over the week [

Luncheonette fnrn Produce with Curb...pant..ntranee. Ski.a :'end. Mrs. Canova's son, Paul Is. TAKEMEAtTo 1 AND ELGIN DEALERGEM 19./-.1 fonJ" fJgin airs9yy

.. Center of town. on Oaks a senior at St. Leos. A*hni riodurflo, ftlktJ IwGCPI. 167.5(1f .
main ehopnlaiaM.. ton 'I....... 'litMiW rf lea Coilvf I'M '
I'rlr.d for quirk e.1... Call 10JI I! One-fourth off on Billfold.
In Palatka. or writ C..rlln'.. ; LARGE .[Chain, Compawt. !Strong! Jeweler ago

tnmn St.. Palatka. Fla. lip, SINGLE: or. DOUBLE ROOM *. Ml's, hS e ,"More Dauigrrrou Than. The BanditQuern

FOR RENT: *-rm. *Alan hath /.bln.j Fl'RNISHEII: Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden and I lle.I I JEWELRYSTARKE

"Furn.n.re. P1n Hot.hur water..t Cablne. Rt. in*. APARTMENTSBY I Mr.. J. W. Klncald were In Tampa' EDWARD ARKOU hats MUNSMINWellr'" -
Ph. IT-R-l-l 4tp *.'* beet /.fb.rrr Treed=:: WITH I
VAT OR WEEK from Saturday through Tuesdayvisiting 4w"'be 0.O taar. d :pew

FOR DAT.F' 1 McTa.keT flllltlir .'.. Ph. X-1M9 .01 N. Beach St. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe '1 tarwwd by "r..dw.d' r I fieo. Montgomery/ Rod Cameron "' ..OIUDFRIDAY ,\
.. I
tlnn rack rel'ter. P rfet pondtlion. WIlY HaKlirT.ArtMU 'rtlfOMfTtOOptOWTHatATI ,
OrlL. ..... 1'11.811. Flrstlad. Ormond Flaw Near Dayton Gift for Graduate atSTUMP'S I flCTUlf, | Ruth Roman.
take' It. r. B. Carradlna tawt.lt DEIT. STORE. I
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during the weekend. Cadet Corps. at Starke Sunday afternoon. We !I([I Sunday after spending a week Mr. and Mrs. William Crosbyand

NOTICE W. S. Nail and her' son. Bill Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Raulersonof are glad to know that Mrs. Johnson with his grandparents, Mr. and children were visiting her

State FarmBy Nail of Vero Beach, who formerly Pahokee and Mrs. H. P. Gainey Is Improving after a recent Mrs. Johns. mother. Mrs. Alaton, Saturday

Notice I. hereby given that the following d..rlh..d lanilll will b. lived here, have been vlsltlni of Brooker spent Sunday with Mrs. Kucker and children were night. .

.nld at I'ubllo auction Florlthedalto day the amounttdue boat xes.the h reunto. Mr., Bryan 1Tr'hIUlellClnmmnnity Rev. and Mrs. L. A Shepherd Mr. and Mrs. R. W Brannen.Mrs. illness. visiting her daughter at Fort Mrs. R. M. Crosby and daughter,

lit Bradford, 8t.I" of pay all cuntS .f such .al. and ad- this week. S. R. Dobson and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrlck
Set 01'1'0.11. to the tame. together with Pierce last week. Haven and Elaine, were shoppingIn
vertl.ing.besrrlptlea. ClubExquisite Following a week's visit with Mrs. J. W. Johns and their baby, and daughter, Kathy, and Mr. and Gainesville Saturday.A .

S. T. n. Acres Owner Tu.Lnte .. blossoms were so Mr and Mrs H. R. Tyson, Mrs Mary Elaine, of Tampa were visitors Mrs. B. M. McRae and son, Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Lois Newmansand '

and her of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Markham visited Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Nor children were visiting How large crowd attend
of ntk 20. Harry Tyson daughters
18, U. artistically arranged placedIn
Town of New nlv.r 13024 8 2D Unknown 10.74 1018E Linda and Terl, returned to their last weekend. Mrs. Dobson man of Lawtey, and Mr. and Mrs.T. ard Brown In Orlando Sunday. the sing convention at Bethel
1I.0n the Club Room after
20 to laisa W Tuesday
IIf NEys 83 6 and Mrs Johns (Bernice Dobson) N. Norman of Hellbronr Howard Is still Improving. Sunday.
Lo Ex 2 A In 38m Cor" 5.R0NW54 noon of last week that the Com home in Perrine Friday. I I

'J%of of IJWIo tot, 9 7 7 to 20 n 40 A.A. A.A. Edwards kdwarde 3.1 b munity Club meeting of that' Mrs. R. P. McLendon and Mrs were former Farm residents. Springs Sunday afternoon. ..

rLot. C. M. Turney attended the May Miss Shirley McRae was a dIn-
date bordered a"flower show"Following ;
W.O City S 'I' 2G. C . . Phone
(1. IT. Parker' 4.85 the business session Breakfast given by the Starke ner guest of Miss Betty Jo Starling I
1, 8 It, of Blk 1 : : 1 3&y 'OyDEF SEaVICE
Lot 8 of' A11r." 18 Mr.. T. B. Ward 1,15EFx the presiding officer, Mrs. Lawrence Woman's Club Wednesday, May New RiverAND In Starke Sunday.We } '& il8rtmaanStarling's

tt of LOA.RMotti 31.10SEI4y4 11. to have we 501.10w 1 .105a
: 1 lot to O..ln..y. A nahn DuKger, turned the meetingover are glad Doyle

of 8E' All. "to 40 Harry. bleaedal hie20 to the afternoon's hostesses Jimmle Bradley returned to his LONG BRIDGEBy Conner back with us again after

N Wyo of t NW 8 t NEIA Rd125 10 n. n. Carlton 4.3 Mrs. J. M. Bradley and Mrs. E. F home In Gainesvlle Friday after .Mrs. E. A. Sapp visiting Future Farmers In Texas -

All E% nf NEe: of Redding, who served sandwiches having visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
S 11 7 10 11 R. R. Carlton 1,68ktEy since Wednesday. 5 5 New Mexico, and Arizona en-
N 8-N ed/8E of and cookies with Iced tea. I
y8Wn .- Mrs P S. Crews and Spencer route to the Hawaiian Islands. II? Grocery

.. N IEi W 9EA Bridge Club MeetingMrs. Crews were In Jacksonville Sat W. N. Johns of Boca Raton flew over and spent three week

Church Vi. .9 : AAofl NEVEof C. M. Turney entertainedthe urday. visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs in the Islands and came back by
$E% In SFCnr Lester Johns last week. STARKE FLORIDA
Mrs. W. E. Feagle' and Mrs. 7
nl NWV of SE\4\ E State Farm Bridge Club at boat. He arrived home May .
ot Rd 18 7 10 n A. L. Crosby 10.n her home afternoon. i R. C. Lee spent Saturday after Mr. and Mrs. Meadows Anderson Had 'a letter from Mrs. Sue SPECIALS FRIDAY SATURDAY MAY 20 21
Friday Specimen
NWt{ ExI and little daughter of Deland
844 NWVf.of
:.tll 8w Cor (Church) 1 5 11 11! Arvis Kirkland U'N noon In Gainesville.! Myrick who Is visiting In Alabama. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY
In weekend
summer flowers variety, were guests of Mr. and
IT MoKln.n..y Mr. and Mrs. L. F.
PVoff t NICV Ex 8 A In10 AdmrVollle Chapnnn She arrived there In time to enJoy .
7 :It .PFty
graced the where the three Mrs. W. T. Granger.
had their Rev
11,20NEty as Sunday guests
J. A. J. McKinney the
II 10 Festival
of II Strawberry parade -
of :$"Ef 18 Lot In card tables were placed. Upon Mr. B. E. Simmons and Mrs. Simmons Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore of at Cullman. She plans to be
SF. for I II It P'1 It 'I 21 40 Verna Young arrival the'players were served and their daughters, Nancyand Miami passed through this section FRESH

1 nf Jot NEIL 2U ft of eq 8W In.8E Cor II 7 21 E. C. Hamilton 2,64 a dessert course. Each club prize Linda, of Starke.M. last Wednesday en route to Texasto home by June S. Eggs D<* 49c

Corn Interecta where halt W 8eo s/de/ Line I of I was a piece of pottery and Mrs. D. Carter of Lake Worth 1 visit relatives through the sum- . . . COUNTRY

M. E. Griner had high score, mer. The Moores have many
R. n. run N 1095 came Thursday to visit Mr. and !
ft for I't 01 h.R thencerun I Mrs. L. F. Chapman second high friends here. GrahamBy
Mrs. W. G. .

iC nf its bell'N ft no E It 1200 W ft 1200 to pt ft 1 6 U 20 Eugene Austin .13 card and Mrs.In bingo.J. R.Mrs Kite,, Lex the Grepn lucky C. D.Strlngfellow.Mrs Sellers and' her vllle Miss visited Cosette her Sapp parents of, Jackson Mr and Mrs. John !McKinney Tall MILK Any Brand 3 for 33c

All Sec : W of hArd not '- I daughters Patricia Willard and Mrs. E. A. Sapp, Thursday of last ,
and Mrs. Joe E. Wilson of Starke
Ex Lot e A All W% ofFEr4 Emma Lou and Mrs. W. E. Fea- .
of SW'H E of Rd '1'1.14E were guest players and each wona week.
110. 1 I U 840 Nelson n. Blocker Itle; were dinner guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W T. Grangerare John McKinney attended theOOF c
.I of NI4, of NE" k box of powder.Mr. I GOLDEN
Mrs Johnny Outlaw In Hague at in Hawthorne
& S 8.4 enjoying a two weeks' visit meeting
NWU of NW14 Bananas S'l
All K,.K,16. I.A A R-W R-W 3 2 B 22 S3 864 624 N'tnon Nelson B B.mocker Hlock..r-. 1t0.8R J5JI2S and Mr.. Reese Bradleyand I noon Sunday.D. .with relatives In Whltevllle, N. C. Thursday night. PERPLB.

Lot 51, S3, 84 In Wood'P 116 their sons, Clinton and Jack. L Shaw and Bill Rivers of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carroll and Earl Starling spent ten days
lawn 11 II 23 ftO W. :J. WllkUon Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger and LaCrosse children In
Lot 63 In Wondlawn 11. 22 10 S. C. Knight 1.10 were Sunday visitorsof of Jacksonville were sightseeing Sanford and Tam-

Lot A 11, 14. their son, Bradley, and Mrs. Nell Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews. overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs pa.

15. h'I/'I ::1*. 0. 21, B. Meshaw, all of Jacksonville, Ira MerrItt Sunday night and left ]
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee of Starkewas Mr. and Mrs. John
S3. 88, 8 II, 80. 4S. 4ft' Sale---qt. %
47.: 411. :;,. 63, &; 84 In: Timber Corp 67.73 spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. the luncheon guest of Mr. and Monday morning for a week's and children were visiting his on pt., pt.
Wnodlawn 13 E S3 ESO J. M. Bradley. Mr and Mrs. vacation at Homoaasna
N 224 Ft of Lot 24 A nil Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow Tuesday. Springs. brother> and sister-in-law, Mr. and

Lot 69. W of Rsr In Geiger were supper guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Sapp andE. frs. Carl McKinney In Sampson c
-rartn.. 1227Tot A. C. Kirkland and Mr. and Mrs.
4 Arch.n. y
Woodlawn la : u 10 Edw.\J. Price 8.0 and Mrs. GrIner and the Reese A. Sapp made a business trIpto Sunday.Mrs. FRESH
68 In Wnodlawn 13 W. A. Kirkland and their sons
Lot 4. A 13 In Wood- Bradleys had that meal with Mr. Jacksonville Tuesday. P CROWDER 25
Harold and Richard Calf
lawn 16 I 22 20 W.. W. Brwer 1.24' and Mrs. W. H. :Williams. spent the Rev. Marlon Martin of Melrosewas Joe visited her parents eas

Lau 83, A 84 In Wood- 6.16. past> weekend In Cuthbert, Ga.as Mr and Mrs. Cox, in Hampton 3 LB.
lawn 19 6 22 20 Wm. M. Moor Mrs. J. B. Segree of Macclen- visitors of Mrs. M. C. Good- a supper guest of Mr. and Monday.
64 In WoodLot
Lot 69 -
lawn IT S 23 20 Harvey L. White ___? 6.73 ny was the supper guest of Mr. man and family. Mrs. A. C. KIrk. Mrs. Charley Cowen Saturday Is
15. 20, NT'4nf .. and Mrs. J. L. Everybody busy gathering
18. 17 "' Williams Saturday.Mr. land night
3U and their sons, Wayne andA. and cucumbers STARCH 2 for 13c
In Wood- squash
Lot 19 picking
"wn 13NH S 23 45 W. M. Reddish 267 and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and C.. Jr., returned home withMd. Mr. and Mrs. J. P Hammockand and butter beans and cutting Argo -
peas ,
of Lot 44 In Wood. Frances Caldwell
spent the past Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Andrews
lawn. lit I 2S 5 Otto SrhmlilK S2B Kirkland after having visited corn for market. I
NP.\4: nt BWI4 22 22 40 Mable WalnwrlKhtS 1.43 weekend with Mrs. J, B. CaldwellIn their Cuthbert relatives for ot Jacksonville were guests of
1.4:: of NW% of SE'4:' 23 23 19 Elisabeth Prince I>ort llllwar Ocala ten days their sister Mrs. Nan Merritt, There will be a sing at Mrs: F. WITII $2 c

T..... .f Law4.y. West .f M 1U Mrs. J. C. Wallace and Mrs. over the weekend. While here T. Abernathy'i Sunday afternoon R 29

:Block 19 Charlie llo-we 783 Prom Friday until Sunday Miss they visited their uncle Martin Ilt 3 o'clock. Everybody Invitedto Sugar OR MORE
Lot 7. A B 30f Tom Connors were visitors of Mr. Madge Brownlee of Starke andMI' attend.
: tor. 4, & of Blk And Mrs. Dan Bryant In Jacksonville [ersey of Theressa, who has 5 LB.
and Mrs. J.
R. Chasteen
20 ,T. R. ShuforJ Jr. 1401t. were Word
been sick. has been received that
Lot 1 Blk 10 ... H: Shufnrd.: Jr. 2.81 Saturday and Sunday. In Pensacola to attend the ceremony -
O. J. Phillip 414 Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Sapp of Oscar Melton Is In the' Lake City
nik 23
Iota 8, 5. 6,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Lot 4, Elk 23 O. J. Phillip 1.43 Taylor of which marked the gradua- alnesvllle visited Mr. and Mrs. hospital. He would be glad to COUNTRY SAUSAGE lb. 54c

Te.... of ......f.,.. E.. ., Rdlway,9ees. 2:1.: H.: III, III n 21 I Lake City and Miss Pauline Bran- tion from pre-flight school of Ethan Sapp Sunday.Mr. I see anyone who calls on him -

Lot 1. 5-n nf Blk I* Luolla Kitties 2.ai'' nen of Jacksonville were guests Jimmie Chasteen, who is stationed .
and Mrs.
Com at 8W Cnr of Lot 17, .-. ,...'..... -'. I of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen there with the Navy Air Floyd Wiggins MI.TS Catherine Starling was the
A run n 100 ft fnr pt .-- attended the funeral of Robert weekend guest of her sister, Mrs. ;
nf beg, thence run N 187 = .::::: Andrews at New Hope Sunday Frank Thomas in LARD / 6.95

It E 711 It R 187. It .W.... Louisa Drown 1&'" '.08 IXmrrlptloa 5. T. n.bOllnd..1 Ai-rr. Owner TaieaUnknown afternoon. Hampton. NE
T5 ft tn pt 01 b.g .- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. White and
Com .t 8W (nor of Lot 18 H, nn the K bvV..lh.r Among those who attended the
& run N 18" ft for a pt \ Ht A S by land family of High Springs visited
nf bell thence run J1J I. ... of Marshall nn the W shower given in honor of Mrs. Mrs. White's sister, Mrs. Alice
It N107ft W 80ftS Itv Hllcnx and I...wlw. on Charley: Cowen by Mrs. Fred
101 It to pt 01 beg Charlle Scott 1.51Lot Inn N by I-Ioek It U Starling, here Sunday.
90 Ex 1 tot. In NW ---_ T. A f"n'* Add t8 ft 83OrlKlnnl '.18 Dodd at Keystone Heights were
("nr lOft ft N .. S by r'- Town. of Htarkr :M a :at: Irs. Seeber Moody Mrs. Mana Rev. and Mrs. Owens of Starke
toO It E W Mr. Anna LOll Godwin .0.97 Lars I I. S, of Blk 18 Ex were Sunday visitors of Mr. and

1 210 tot ft Orp,ft k NW"'lnIIN! hr _; .....,.. One W Lot 25 ft Com 13 ft 9 In Carl Retch 74.46 Gertrude Wiggins Mrs.Kelly, Pete and Mrs.Sapp,Mable Mrs. Mrs. J. C. Moody and family.Mr. I You Are Cordially; Invited To Attend

('or of nlk 11 Mr'I.' : I. larrell 429Wt W of NW I'or of Iot 3nf
and Mrs. Joe Call
of E% f N 319 ftor nih 1:0a: A run it 41 Sapp.,' were ..
Lot al Ex N 100 ft John O.lrrta 18. ft K -4 ft 1* 41 I visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Starl- .
Lot n Will tee 1111 ft I... Can Ht. thence W A FREE DEMONSTRATION
ing Sunday.
W 1 A nt Lot 41 Harry Kitties 1.951, to pt of beg Tom ,Burrell 7S.66
Lots 10 11. Otte PI-D J1J H 70 ft of Tot 1 of Blk .
of l.awt.y' 8ec. U. 24, 1ot72 J Frod OilY 9581 Pine Level . .
5 It :I. L. Nlchol""n 1.79 Blk 17, Kx E 70 ftI.UInK.to Rill CaranMa 97.31
Sle'of4NEt4 By
.. "
nt :
8514 .
Trnbr *t Co' S-D ait 0 aj:
11.71 .
U Clara I. IIr'IIon
FlE'4 nf f4m1,4 It 9 80 SunnybrookBy
N Lot I Rlk IT Homer William 7.33Ida i By Mrs. II. M. l\fcRae
4 .1 o''P'N'1var": 4"'U 5 U 10 Clara L. Bry.on 11.n Wit0 (t of Lot 1 of Blk .
E lio ft fM 8E14 t 499004! Mae Sherman 4.43Tola Wajtda CrosbyMr. PHILCO HOME ECONOMISTFRIDAY
nf NW1,4 r .IS II''' 21 7 Menus! V.N..al 1.72 Lot 9 A K S tt of Lot I .
NW\i\ of NW'4 nf 0W14 IS I 21 10 M.. I. Paul 419SFt4 of Hlk IS little 1417 I
U Allen 4,94w Lola 9, 4 of Plk 40 I.lllle A Lnnnl Jackson 7.83
of NWli of SWill 15 5 10 John James McRae celebrated his
---- and Mrs. Mills and (MAY 20)) 9 A. M. 3 P. M.
414" A nf NEl4! of NW\4\ I.Iln..te.. Trnkr .4t Co'* At* to "<*rk<> 3H ft 9JOrady : I ninth birthday anniversary last Kelly -
n' lolWI4 U 5 U 8 King I. Thomas .81 children of Trenton were visitingMr. .
tot between like
All NV of BE'4 of 8W'4E one Ht. Saturday afternoon at the homeof SATURDAY MAY 10 A. M. 3 P. M.
( 21)) -
of ft" II I 23 U loin Little 1.00 I 1 Lot I and H37Mi and Mra. John Kelly Sunday.C. .
AP ft of Lot 2 of Elk SLot n Bishop At I his parents, Mr and Mrs. J.
84 of 0F.4 nf PW14 8 of Hlk SIlllKkwur Jim;:: Walt. C. and son
420 It nf IiIWI4 of .- 2.30II W McRae. Games were played on Crosby Randolph,
PWI4 I1x 9 A to'" V.. "..ltlo. I* Stark !WI.ot 2J: the lawn and refreshments wereserved were In Gainesville Wednesday.Mrs. .
'.00 ,
U Jola J.ltlla
U 5 13
Blllck"y S, 9. of Rlk SLot Robt.
O. Oreen 111.01t.4B.
Nof 000Wth ofof thAt M nrtlon lOaf Illk 19. Peeks to the children. James re- C. C. Crosby and Mrs.

"W'4' PWL4AtAitNWK Addition to Stark 18 ( SI Wllkle 6.21Robt. ceived many beautiful presents. Kucker were shopping in Lake

of ItWtbard;'U 5 U 41 C. D. JIIatt 2.97Nwly Lole S I J.3.a 4,Alvare.I 10 Add of Blk to Those who attended this happy City Friday. wf

F IU of PWt4 tI nl of 9Wt,4 004 ofSWV All Stark that certain pine. of S9 6 23 n. Green 10.26 occasion were: Shirley and Lynn Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Clark were

of IIF-V, .4 I It "fTnknown 1.70 html. lying 8 of I.atu 7, ,McRae, Joyce Thomas, Barbara visiting Mr. and Mrs. William
Fib. nl NI'1' nf PF4 U 1., 20 .C. n. Hiott ..78NW4 .... I
01 PW1,4 .f NEV!: It II II 1ft O. C. n..nroff 419 kin.N, 9.. Add.10. of bounded P-Ik ,1 B by Jean Leon and Ray Thomas Betty Brown at Hellbronn Sunday.Mr. I

1,01 I In Ppetevllle 15 I 13 11 101.. Little 1.11 rnllway land & W by I Jo Denmark, Geraldine and and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and '
All N 9.4 nf NW'4 of If et.nAcd. 29 22R 2 nobt. Starl-
Monroe St. Green 3.SO James Fender, Sandra Jean
NW\\I F: rol n. III 8 U I lola Little 1.110iii 115 ft of W ft" of NBV I son Bobbv were visiting Mr. and

210 I4' of N 540 ft !V: ,- .. --. 1 of liE'4 of NI i KX par- Ing, and Kathy Myrick. Little Mrs. Graham Boyd at Dukes last CJ
NW of NWt4 lying 29 t 23Com 1 .
.. oelH mild Henry Orlffls 3.43 I two-year-old Kathy Is still singIng
of liv Fx Cemetery Pnr of Friday.
F.x: R" 81 II U 1 1\ft'll. I.: r. Ifarr..1l 1.10, "HKH at of NKV. run Sappy birthday to James,.
1.1t In N" 'or of SEY.of I Sherman Crosby returned home ;
N IN ft W 107 ft ,
91 I"rawford 219,, 4 /
NWI 811 I 1 Wilton A : I
nf 'heir thence run There attendance at
4 8 2. Prawn 801'', was a good
W\4 nl Ftwl4 nf 'V" 10 A n. :
lit ft
ft W 100 ft a
Pt4 of PWV': 1 NW'.' S = 29 22. 20 Fli.ab.th I Rtove A.; Edward.. 1r'V" ; E 100 ft to pt of beg 39! < S3lianklnx rtobt. r.. Teuton 24.072W Pine Level Church last Sunday -.e. )
E'4' of NI0t4, PWV. 11 to Cnmernn Co. with 232: In School classes CHURCH OF GOD
5 99 .7. Lao".I.r 940W4 of OtsrkeCons Sunday
nf NW'" rof 584: II 1ft M. Addition to Toxrn 41 :1111S' :
of "'Will' nf IIE'4 11, 9 21 2n Pa..h..1 Ii.o. 990.NP at SW for of SWUnf Two members were added to the
:"4 nep:v, 12 5 22 40 O1oditr. A HlIlI'1ul.t 9 45Wt4 NKV A run :M 34 ft church at the evening service. Rev. I. S. Williams Pastor
'\ nf R4 nf 8F4: 1. II 12 20 Cameron Rrove Co. 990RWr4 M 810 rt S IU ft W 330 8th t St. Clair Sts.
nl PWV, 14 8 II /0 John Johnson 11.111 ft to Pt of beg 33 S3 Lllll Or.lrlr. '.03 Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter and

W" nf 1011':14: 01 NW" 01NPI'Io 18 6 U I Jail F. .nh'y 4 n .1".1.l ('It? <*\V4 or KVi W of Hrri ) Itl: 5 :32Ram : family of Hellbronn Springs were Sunday School 10 a.m. n

Corn n' NW' "or of 11I1'/0: : >t: ] 8. of Illkw 0 Pettrrman S lift dinner guests of Mr; and Mrs. Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. !
of NI'run: F U4 ftP yof, r Lot: I i. i p.m.Y.
U4 It for pt nf heRthence TOO ft of BKV of NEVi
run 'F1 IH ft a. I. KX w inn rt It 23SWW SO Walter Wllll 1111 Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae and P. E Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m.
83ftV019ftN83ftrn \ of NWV of SRI! 34 6 33 10 John H. (Orlffl 18.87 Mrs.
visited Mr.
lion, Harley and 7:30
Meeting Thursday :
Prayer p.m.
"I of beg. 14 5 22 1 .T" .Tn R.I.I 745 Lot 8 of ilk I ,Hm'iirltyHntnpKlto ,
Pro' of NF.4 nf NfI'l 17 8 I' 20 1T. 0. 81rnf.l.n 11 10F In NW>4 of Allen Hall and other relatives In
1.4 rol "' 1'1'"f "1':110: 17 8 2' 00 .v.non". n 'r.f"rd T 51w4 NWV, IS 23 Unknown 12.11 Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. feI
nf N"1fo rol III':" U 6 23 10 "n..o H..nker.on 4.02 Lot 9 T of Ink 1 Luke
Corn 420 f' N Irr.n 9ECnr Klnn.I l HHlishtw, In and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and 0CARPENTER'S

of. "W' of $W14ra0 N'KV, n/ NK'4 3. 23B Chas. H McMillan S.13 Mr and Mrs. H. M. McRae visit.
885 10 N 90( ft 'F1 of NW(, of NW4 I : Jtk
119 tt P II 110 tt to pt 0121 : \ ( NRk, of ed Mr. and Mra. George Johnson
beg I 2' Jsephin0. F.1I..on !II I 01 NW'4of !U l 1 23On 50 Mary II. Maloney 19.47 -

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Or": Rt ftn Cor of HWHnf
NPV A N 4t( ft
8 Flk 15 T0. W. Hall run I
413 for .. I
Wilbert M' nf beg I thnrrun Fresh MULLET
Lot 1. IUk U llughes' 4 W BOO ft N ,

G... "' a.a "...-DI.... 21. 2:11: Ron ft 8 RS ft ':pP fr Ked BASS .

loOt 1 IHk 1 Plck..nll Cram TO S 7 23 1 Nora Sutton 6..83
Floyd I 30 Dressed Cat Fish
loOt 24 ilk 1 nvenport it.. yd" W of OR ( 0.
Lot I. J4lk I .r. S. Ore.. 2 nf Sec n A run W I4n I IK.I.h Sea TROUT
Lot 10. P'lk 3 (very Smith lito ft N 110 ft 10' 240 ft 8 1 T. R. Clara Clifford
lot 11. 1511' 14amp.on White .30 210 ft to bar> 1'1" S3 33 8! large SHRIMP
of lot h Lot 19of Lnta 1. 9. of Illk 14 19" 22 R O. Blmmon 4 03niady
Nt4 lrf.t of OYSTERS Miss Knotts will demonstrate and
JUk 8 n"l1 14 Wlk 14 n" 23VW4 1. Shafer 1 nIff explain
Tot 19, Bik M.nltla Walker Mallory 3711 : nf I'IW" nf NW 4 SI T S3XH / ,.. J. MrLvnd San Steak FISH
On. Lot a. d''O In 'D../ 1..0t of RWM of !IIWI.11 7 S3 20 Louts! }T. Adam 4 75T. I the preparation savings and vitamin
Bonk 51 140 92 8 II John Warren UOn" Lot I II I nf Mt Vernon !II-" Live Fryers, & Hens PRESCRIPTION I con-
.N"w'f4' of RW'4 of NWVl of NRl' N of
One duo In n..eI Book Hampton and Tn.rma ALL FISH PHARMACISTPhone tent of frozen foods. This is informationthat
.. 22 8 II 1 Charity Tucker Bred S* T S3 :J. Alderman 2.43 DRESSED
O.r."a... 1.7.0 In D..d 4.11 Tin T. II of nik 30, RUn- FREE OF CHARGE housewife
Dook .52 5 II Iforace Calbert '. Addition 30 T S3 ]11. C. Lamb 4.32 every should have.
, Corn at 'wP Co ::9I'1WI4' .43. rtllr t. llnmptnn Park. 64 .:. STARKE9n.theMlnlt
:VR"4:" nf 111':1.01': Sea
1 of flW\4 A run :iii litO ft
-A! fI 110 fl for pt of 11-RWM of NWH AWH MAGNOLIAFISH Service I
thence run W 110 f bes of 'VWI4 Of "WV4 33 T S3St Mrs. Sara Bruc>"r S 10 We pleased to the
are announce
nf NRH of 8EH A : opening
100 It E 10 It If 100 ftto MARKET ,
of beg II' 22 Joe 800tt' 9 .0 er4 of RRVi 33 "I 23 /0 Hardln WHiinor 13.11 DAY & NIGHT

N fA ft NEI4 of W k 9.4 all of E%NW'of 00PE4 /. All of that NRl" portion of 8RVJ': of W of TH Rv S S 22 3 Tony Prunmo 1.13 I I of our Philco Showroom NOW displaying -

01 NW" N nf Rd Lor t w of A adjoining

t W"I:' ft of FN lIInl4",1t S II 110 Jim Ricke Et AI 8053Ft4 I'nven n"lan.y S-D Av of .NWVi The ofSIIW. a full line of newl ydesigned Philco

01 NW% 01 Smy4: of 13 3 22 A. :J. Ptobhln 3.14 have stepping:
Treci ut. C
R. Mt 1'1... ntP
W 10 tt II' II lugene "

: NJl:14 440 of It Ex nl NW\4 N\ lOll ot t8ESt Hunter 173EE "nook. Aft S rernriled P.... 411 In runt U. 23 Fred Dodd 3.HfK. NOW:: at the low 10 Refrigerators, Home Freezers and Radios.

WWi of Blk 7. Oove. Lot de
of NPJ\4 28 U O. }i. Little 74.78 price-no
('nl' of WIL ofPmi4 1. Lakeside 8-D 23 3 S3V B. Million 19 3T
Cool at NE ...
run W \ A of N 1-S of livery. Drive in
ot NE\4
NRi nf RWU 3D 3 33 6 John Davis 11."
176 ft for Pt g begthence r> >. loOt f. In 10 Percent Down 24 Months
: (i r s < *c Deed to Pay
run W ft nook 5!. Par IS A our yard we will load them for you and at the same
1011 ft E 80 tt N 105 Ittn .
pt f h.te II I I' W. A. Cook ,.UWI 35 Peed Book 55. Far 17-34 3 S3 Fishing Club ".11 time show you our mammoth new Block Plant in
,(, of I'IE'4' P5t4: nf
W It It .. E.U India Bah 13-,. 8 M operation. The latest in design and quality.
1 tiE 90 ftX 1 II I E'na D. (111. 1L/7. Lot T Ann nilb.rt It 0'
C. H.
All that portion "f NWtof t Lot 31 w. H. SendChan. 14 74 "Mo t Everything To Build. Repair, Or Remodel"CERTIFIED I Nasworthy Supply
55t4:: 1"ln. W of ("a. ..""* of Lot 33 K. Caldwell!! 31 It
n.1 and N of Call Pt.k I '.<>t ItLot S. K. Jackson 1014 READY-MIX CONCRETE
iii ot W.llar Pt Feframe. 10ladlaa Cox A Pparlnv II 33til
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Charl..lJenkin.o'E. Ix>t SLot 14 V. M. Scott" BE SURE OF THK BEST BY CERTIFIED TEST -
I a: where bul""n"" er. 10. __ I t A. B. Griffin 41
rat a A la : Corner k --- -:..;.. Lot 14 3 F. T. r>a"l.l lS 401 BUILDING SUPPLIES Inc. E. Call St. Starke, Fla.v. .
dig 1 Lot :J. M. Ed tryOn Lot II Unknown ..01 ANNIS !
s II 1 I' Florida Pla.tte., Ina .
id. about. It ft wid. 111'1. :J. BKKU.T, GAINESVILLE FLA.

E .. W by US ft N .. :38212:1/Li-ar; ....HL..k.: .. .. .- Tai Collector, Bradford County. J



MAY 20. 1M9 .. '
rKeystone . ter attended the Masonic Supper CARD OF THANKS
Baptist ChurchThe At The Tabernacle"Light" Monday night In Melrose which
I would like to try to expressmy
Lake Geneva was served In the Womans Club.
the Topic used for HeightsFINAL thanks to the people of District
second In a series of messages .was They report having a nice time.

on the Christian's power the Youth meeting Saturday night By Blanche Cunningham Mr. and Mrs Wm. Webb and Four also to the Democratic
will be brought by Rev. Haines and much Bible Information was .j Sanford Committee and County Commissioners
MEETINGOF Mr. and Mrs. H. Dees of
read and
morning at the First gleaned. A story was
/iv Baptist Starke the sermon sub- some lovely choruses and congregational WOMANS' CLUB Correction: In my notes Irjtt: were calling on the Flnleys Mon- for the confidence shown
/y to attend the entrusting me to fill the un-
ject is "Power In Prayer". These songs were enjoyed: all The Woman. Club held Its last week I mentioned that the newly day. They came up by husbandfor
SlUlD.YlV R messages are In preparation of centered.. around the main subject, meeting of this season last Tuesday organized Baptist church had Masonic former Supper residents in Melrose.here. Theyare expired County office Commissioner.of my I appreciate

t the Christian for the great Tent and made a profitable lesson. afternoon at three o'clocfc been named Geneva Heights Baptist all the goodness everyonehas
Methodist ChurchOne Presbyterian Church Revival. being held.June 5 by Dr.Daniels. "Sobriety" will be the subject at the clubhouse.Mrs. Church. Instead It has been E. Gnann has returned home done for me. I will do the
I I The choir Sunday mornIng of the Youth meeting next Satur- W. J. Whltesldes, president named "The First Baptist Churchof after spending several days In very best of my ability for my
of the moat Intriguing and Morning Worship, 11:00: o'clock. will be directed. by Mrs. Lucille day and all are Invited, especiallythe presided while Mrs. N. V. Keystone Heights".. as It will Tampa with his son. District, also the County as a
authentic stories of the Christian The second sermon in the serieson Green .:with Mrs. :Mona Ca. Youth and Children.The Walker acted as secretary In the be built In Keystone Mrs. Ida M. Gentry was 'a whole. Thanks

Church since the time of the "Heroes of Faith" will: treat nova at the organ. Word was delivered throughthe absence of Mrs. S. E. McKay, Mrs. B. Cunningham and sons, Palatka caller Tuesday.T. -Mr.. T C. Chastaln
Apostle is that of the "heart of the life of Elijah, a prophet of Sunday evening the last in a ''Sponsor both morning and who Is on vacation.A Edison. Richard and Warren, Seal. who suffered a heart. --
warming" experience of John power and purity. We extend a series of messages by the Pastor evening Sunday, and there were special committee to study were Jacksonville. callers Friday attack last week and Is confinedto See UA fleet for Office Supplies
Wesley with Its attending results. welcome to visitors. that have presented the facts of several special musical number ways of defraying the club debt evening. Another son Terrlll of the Glendale Hospital Palatka. and Equipment. Bradford CountyTelegraph ;
This Sunday May 22, has been Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Miss Heaven and Hell ,entitled "Which The Violinist W. B. McKinney was appointed. the N. A. S. returned home with Is Improving his many friends .
designated as Alderegate Sunday Marlon McRae has been electeda for You?" bring.one to face with has returned from vacation and Mr*. Sarah McDonald announceda them to spend the weekend. He will be glad to know.

with appropriate observance of the Issue of eternity. The youngpeople's tilled his place In the Orchestra card party to be held Tuesday,, returned to the base Sunday eve.
The teacher in one of the Junior chorus will bring special Starke callers.. the weekwere
event. during
this Mr. and Mrs J. F. Stewart May 24 at 7:30: p.m. at the club.
subject for the 11 o'clock hour High Class and several new helpers music under the direction of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Forsythe, "
left Monday for a visit In Dayton Admission will be fifty cents for
Sunday morning will be "The have been secured for the Lois Mann. Favorite requested Ohio. bridge and Oklahoma. Refreshments Mrs. Arnold Carlson 'Mrs. E. "THAT GREAT BIG T
This makes It and choruses will be playedby
Warm Heart". Nursery. nursery hymns will be served and prizes Dykes and Mrs. B Cunningham.
possible for mothers to attend the piano-organ duo of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. and
Finley daugh-
W. 9. C. S. officers will bo Mrs.'Mann. Christian ChurchJ. awarded for both amea. Mrs will be the sermon topic at 8 PM by the Rev. Malcom
the Church service. The Friendship Morse and
Installed at the 11 o'clock hour F. E. Stltchberry Is assisting Mrs .
but Class for men and women Sunday School meets at 9:45 wish, all under one roof. !'Smith Mho will\ speak" at both services next Sunday.
brief serve McDonald.Mrs.
:wIth a appropriate continues to be both Interestingand with the intermediates and JunIors B. Dixon, pastor Miss Linda Walker entertained
ice. helpful. Westminster Fellowship still meeting In the annexeson Theme of Sun. Morn sermon B. H. Rose and Mrs.SS'ayne "Young Peoples", Sunday evening. 11 AM: "The Grave the Grace of God, and the Glory"
There will be a candlelight Installation Street while the Pri- Christ- Major were hostesses for After supper and games a moonlight .
for Juniors every Sunday Jackson "The Deep Concern of a
service for the officers evening at 6:30: In the Pre byt..r- mary and Nursery departmentsmeet Ian". the afternoon nerving a delicious dip .was enjoyed by the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton
of the Wesleyan Service Guild at lan Chapel. Ladles of the Episcopal In the new Sunday School "The Work of aMinister" Ire-box dessert and punch. Mrs. group.
the 8 o'clock hour Sunday even I and ivesbyterlan churches building. Sun. 8. p.m. W. G. Aldridge presided at the Mr. and Mra. W. H. Redfern Bob Gray Pastor

ing. The sermon subject will be, now sponsor this meeting. Mrs. Training Unions meet at 6:45: i I 10 punch bowl. had as their dinner guests last
school m.
4 A Great Time To Be Alive." John will be the hostess and discussion under Bible a Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs.F. 10 AM Training Union 7 PM
Milton for program Baptizing at Hampton Lake, 3 Mrs. Edward Raynor has returned Bible! School -
The Church School begins at the directorship of Mrs. Ruth I M. Walrath, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday night.Midweek to her home from the the Daniel. Revival In June.)
1 R. U Walker and Mr. and Mrs.A. Begin, now Inviting friends to
9:45 Sunday morning.
: Morse. p.m.Tuesday
: Service, Wednesday I 8 p.m., teacher train- Glendale Hospital In Palntka .
The MYF meets at 7 o'clock ;evening at 8:00 p.m. Moving pictures will be shown Ing class. where she has been a patient following B. Watson.
and Mrs. Edward Tim-
of the Captain
Sunday evening. I by the Pastor Tuesday and study. automobile accident In
The Friendship Class will hold School Wed. evening prayer an mona and their little daughter,
Those feeling the nerd of such Its Monthly Social and business building of from the new the Sunday first carload Friday, 3:30: p.m. Children's Orandln last week Her companion. Paula, are leaving! this week fora
fellowship are Invited to attend building Hour. Mrs. Wayne Watkins, la still
'meeting at the home of the Kauf- condition. motor trip to Fairfield Cal.
the mid-week prayer service on I'mans on Friday, May 27, at 7:50.: of bricks to Its present familiar Friday evening, Young People's In the Palatka Hospital suffering where Capt. Timmons Is to be
Wednesday night at 8 o'clock. Including many persons. CYF. a broken collar bone and a hip'
I -John Warren Kaufman This will be shown at 7 and 8:15: stationed with the Air Force. STOP ROOF LEAKS !
This group meets in the Junior travelougues In colorof InJury The Raynor car overturned ; The Rev. Father Raiitatter of
Department.The p.m. with In a ditch after being forced :
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Interest to all, There Is no St. Mark's EpiscopalREV. St Edward's Cathollo Church.Starke .
Spiritual Life Departmentof charged. from the. highway by a truck. I will offer Mass this Sun

the Woman's Society sponsorsa 10th St. and Tempi. Are. admission Mid-week service under the B. E. Simmons, B. D., Vicar The third, fourth and fifth day, May 22 In Keystone Heightsat

prayer meeting on Tuesday Sunday School I 9:45: a. m.; Morn- direction of the Pastor la held Sunday, May 22-9:45: a.m., graders! of the local school journeyed the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
at 9 o'clock in 'the Jun- Worship 11 a. m.i: Evangelistic to Jacksonville Thursday,
morning Ing Wednesday at 7:30: with message Church School. Nursery and kindergarten Morgan. Jr. at 8:30: am. The
ior Department.Come Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone and testimony. Cottage Prayer departments In the May 12, for a visit to the Children Morgan home Is across the park

and worship with us. welcome. meetings for the revival will be Pariah House.' Primary, Junior Museum and a conductedtour from the Keystone Inn.

held Thursday at 7:30: at the and Intermediates In the Church. of the Naval Air Station.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Starke homes of Wesley Andrews, Mrs.: : 11 a.m.. Morning Prayer and Sermon The highlight of the day .was a.
A. A. Durden Mrs. O. W. Alderman I by the Rev. S. W. Creasey. luncheon with the Navy personnel
Rev. Lewis D. Halite. Pastor and Freeman Register, Jr. 6:30: p. m., Youth Fellowship In at the Air Station The chil PHONE 218

I I A cordial Invitation is extendedto cooperation with the youth of thePresbyterian dren were allowed. to board a
and were really thrilled.On COLONIALFLORIST
at Church at that plane
all to meet and worship
.. The Heart of Town And In The Heartsof
all of these services, to the glory Church. the return trip a visit was
The People"A and praise of the lord. The Church Is open! dally for made to Green Cove Springs Maur. 1 THE PERMANENT

I .. v' and meditation. where the children "took over" a
Southern Baptist Church For AM People CHURCH OF CHRIST prayer repair boat. After a thoroughly I MINERAL RUBBER
CONGREGATIONAL Interesting and educational day
v '
M.rnlnff Worship- 11:00: Happy Hour 8:00: Bible School 10 a.m. Sunday METHODIST CHURCH twenty tired, youngsters were
Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday home. ROOFING!
!Sunday! .School-8:45 Training Union-6:45: Evening Service 7:45: p.m. Sun- Services every first and third transported Miss @ '."
morning The trip was arranged by "-an. i. '
8:00 I I'. M. Saturday night Sunday
Midweek Service Wednesday, day.
Sarah C. Bone, teacher, with the
,. and Sunday night, 11 a.m. and i For Reiidentiol or Induitriol U e!
4" r 8 at Congregational assistance of Mrs. P. II. Haxklns, a h cold, and acid
CATHOLIC CIHTRCH p.m. Metho.j YY94ie | Rttiitt ot wuter )
MORNING "Power> In Prayer"EVENING Mrs. Walter' Riviere, and Mrs.
: Brownlee
dls Church on ,
FLOWERSFOR For ilate, gravel, metal competition.
Mass 10 a.m.
: "Which For You?" .Sunday School 11 a.m. Rev. Ernest Griffin, pastor. W. J. Whltesldes. felt and shingle root*

Moving pictures of the. building of the new church will be shown Wesk Sunday Day Mass 8:30 a.m. I Miss Madeline Kennedy Is In ALL, OCCASIONSDISH
Tuea. at 1 I'M. Tent revival. begins Sunday June 5th.-_ All kind and sixes: of account' Newton, Kansas for the weddingof Gre in. Gray APPLY IT YOURSELF
I :Jay Bible Study Is every Wednesday books.. Bradford County Telegraph. her cousin ,Miss Given Richards GARDENS Maroon, BluuA
"Visit The Church With The Visiting Tutor" to John Phlllippa which it for !
at 7:4: R- naJ">ly priced.For POTTERY lummum or we can apply you
will take place on Sunday, May
and Block
22. Miss Kennedy will be a brides- POTTED PLANTS

maid.Mrs.formerly. Peg.of Keystone Phifer of Heights Miami,, FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE B. T. THOMAS LUMBER CO.

stopped for several days with
Mrs. Marge Tracy. Mrs. Phifer Nona St Starke 5 I MILES: SOUTH ON GAINESVILLE HIGHWAY

Greater Value left Birmingham Monday night Ala. where to continue she will to I 1'. O. i Box 7.15; Stnrke, Flu. Phone 164-J

visit her daughter.Mrs. .
Edward Wiggins la home

America Buys More after In Lake a City.vlwlt with her daughter NEVER B-U-Y BEFORE YOU T-R-Y

Mrs. Matilda Stltchherry who
spent the winter 'In Fort iuilor-
: dale Is a house guest of the K

CHEVROLET TRUCKS E. Stltchbrrrys. She in enroute
to Long bland, N. Y. where she

will spend the Hummer.Mr. .
and Mrs. G. W. Jarnecko
have returned to their home In

j other make Hammond, Ind. after an enjoyable
} than any five weeks at the Lakeside, SUPER STORESYOUR

Cottages. They are the parentsof
Robert II. Jarncckn.
Mrs. F. M. Wulrath, Jr. entertained
three tables of bridge at
her home lust Friday evening.
"Keystone Services", formally MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK

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-P-\OR- FIGHT: _.____ FRID.\.V... MAY ZO,. 194.t ._

t Breakfast light center ArPIl" which of the Is"Florlda noted IUI High a reflort Ridge Governor Samples Bradford Strawberries TOURIST CLUB It Is hoped that all will enjoy the I and an Informal time Is had by

To Bring Sportsmen area, due to Its high roiling terrain NEWS NOTES activities. Everyone Is Invited to the local members of the .Iub.
come out and have a 'lot of fun I
and numerous clear lakes. The meetings continue each
Pilots To Airpark The Tourist This Tuesday tho Club had a
Tha cool !summer cllltlate and good Club held a fish fry 'Tuesday night at''S o'clock at the

A Statewide Breakfast Flight Is fresh water fishing, swimming and at the W. S. Sibley lodge .on delightful outdoor meeting on theeoul.thouse shuffleboard court on the courthouse .
i being Initiated to Keystone Air. hunting Is. making this area favored Sliver Lake TueR., May 10. Many lawn. Shuffleboard,
]lawn. Visitors and
both State and out of Chinese Checkers, and cards were new
: park and Ranch, Sunday May Z9. by members and guests went out
I state vacatlonerR. enjoyed. members are welcome It at any
This mass flight of sportsmen pit I Ii 1 early In the afternoon
i lot! to Keystone Airpark and The Keystone Airpark and : and enjoyed Since the tourists have returned time the weather III Inclem..nt.the .
1 Ranch will celebrate the start of Ranch I la a unique development I Ibecalllte bathing and boating. to their summer homes, all meetings will be held In the
establishment of the number of facllltiea r Under tile lights of the picnic buulnua
the Summer season at the has been dispensed with Woman's Club.
'I It has to offer for the aportsman. twi I grove 50 people enjoyed the delicious -I

This Airpark Is located In thE\ It consists of 2,800 acres of good fifth cooked In the deep 1
I fishing and hunting, which Is Iron skillet over .the camp fir.
reserved for the re"ldpnt guest or The lung picnic table with the SPECIAL!
lake located I Aj3r varieties of food the
YOUNG MEN! the Airpark- Two are was center
on the reserve and 8,0 other of attraction. Mrs. F. J. Shaw was
and lakes are within a 10 mils radius r ,brb' w .3 chairman of the supper, assisted With of Tuxedo Mixed
Amf'rlca's CAREER Army bag
I of the Airpark. by Mrs. Bertha Pearce. any
Air Force now has the highest
I A hotel and cafe III opened to !; Croup singing was enjoyed late i
physical and mental require.J the Public aR well as the facllItles In the evening.
J Ground Feed One $1.25 value
meats In Its hlstoryl Young ---
of the Airfield, Seaplane The next meeting ,will be held
men must be able to' think Base for storage, gas, oil
on the ,,courthouse lawn at 7:3:
clearly, react rapidly and measure service and repairs. Cards and other games will bit
Butcher Knife only 39c !
up to rigid physical atlln.darcls. Another unique Idea which lit played and competitive teams will
It you do make the being developed there, 18 an "air be organized In shuffleboard with
t I
grade, the Army or Air Force lift st'rvlce" for fishermen by seaplane Mrs. Marion Carney In charge. RED MILL 100...

t offers you a career with opportunity Into the wild, Inaccessible Refreshments will be managed
for unlimited advance- lakes where good catcheR are reported by each one attending giving ten Horse & Mule FEED - 3.50
4 ment. Here Is a challenge to This service furnishes the cents toward the refreshment
young men looking to the fu- sportsman with a seaplane, pilot fund. This Is a community club and 100 lb.
and special boat and In just a few
; Lure minutes he will be fishing In n.-allUtul array; of Graduation North Carolina CORN 3.65
America's Finest Men some remote lake Inaccessible by GUts at Lf'Ua' Dress ShoPIM'I.' -
other means of travel. Harassed legislators forgot their worries for at least a few minutes Monday aa pints of Bradford
Choose any Keystone Airpark and Ranch County strawberries, a gift from the Starke Chamber of 'Commerce were distributed to members of .-- 100 Pounds Wheat & Corn SCRATCH
U. S. Army and the House and Senate, attaches and other State officlaill. The berries were presented to the solons and
IR located Just 40 miles by Air In Print Bags $4.20
U. S. Air Force southwest of Jacksonville between Governor Warren by State Senator Charley E. Johre, R..p. J. P. Roberts, and Everett McKinney, an -

Keystone Heights and Starke Inspector with the State Railroad Commission. Pictured above 1\ the Covemlr's office (left to right) I,.It t.m..Ilse end m.n.yMee 100 Pounds Wheat & Corn
Careers Florida on Highway 100. are: Newman Brackin president of the Senate, Governor Warren Miss Freddie Wimberly, secretary. ,yoe I rr.w.r alll-L,pier Dl.e.In.r.er"fM dl.cDer SCRATCH
Local Recruiting: Statolon: The public Is Invited to attend to Sen. Johns, Senator Johns: Everett McKinney, Speaker of the House Perry Murray and Rep Roberts In Burlap Bags $3.90
'M'otrlce nundlll starke.F1a. the breakfast flight on May 29 Each pint d berries was labelled: Bradford County The Sweetest Strawberries This Side
Ionday--o $.m. to noon and to make use of the facllltieR of Heaven. (Photo by Catherine Kerce.) 25 Pounds Wheat & Corn SCRATCH
of the Airpark and Ranch. 9I1W
: Q In Paper Bags $1.05
I Conway-Libby Flying Service Now Equipped NOTICE Tf 1't:BLiC

Don't Let Summer Static I., For Aerial Spraying Of Crops And Trees Special In the dally Florida news Times-Union to be published Complete Line of Tuxedo Quality Feeds

Lncy Conway and Leslie Libby the crops regularly by hand tractor will be published If either phoned Dr LeGear.s STOCK PRESCRIPTIONS

INTERFERE With Your owners of the Conway-Libby Fy. or other methods such IiI1 In or sent dally to the Chamber For Your Stock And Poultry
Ing Service, have equipped their of Commf'rce. Out ot town business -
Boeing (SIeprman) Airplane with the airplane. \Ve believe that the i visitors or any current events tiw5I Ideal & Fasco Insecticides & 'ungaddes

aerial'insecticiding equipment and plane Is the most practical from I ne acceptable, but the community For Your Crops
RADIO' ENJOYMENT are now engaged In full scale the standpoint of time and laborsaving I personals cannot be published In SPRAY PUMPS DUST GUNS

operation to assist farmers In allowing the farmer to out of town new"papprs. Special doe YM'1.6' qulckl.sully,n low cost
this area In marketing clean corn club meetings accidents, etc. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT
ASK for Demonstration use valuable time controllinggrail. may Thil new Page: backed by 20 yurs'
and other crops usually affected etc be phoned to Mrs. Marian Howe, ''experience. giv.s you .biJl'lraclor"lealures :
F M In your by worms, aphid, and other In- Chamber of Commerce Secretary at low CosL. H.uUi/fhl/ and WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER
FREE home sects. "For Instance, we can treat day phone 190, night phone 171. egsipm.nt fight for night: ...ok. New
40 acres of corn In minutes It the quick-chanlle hitch. Balanced for easy
In announcing this new service,
Conway and Libby Issued the following corn Is all located In the same Nave at !trong o Je\\t'lerli. One- I handling'. Direct-drive worm'gear FRESH SUPPLY OF LAND PLASTER
field. The coat of applleD"n of fourth off. transmission using cut gears and ball
statement: bearinlls" No cheap belts or chain.
CHAS. C. SHEPHERD poison Is $1 per acre whereas
"It III our desire to give the with the tractor-dra.wn Gears and clutches In duet-free Cille.jdjustable .
sprayer wheels. Individual wheel
farmer every opportunity to market It will take much longer to treat clulchel make CARL JOHNS
AT GAY'S SERVICE STATION Madison & Court Sts. W.C.T.V. turning ealY. It2. 3.
the best crops on the American the same acreage, plus expensive ,and 4 H.P Prices are surprisingly low.
I market, all far as pOlIslble. In order come
PHONE 10 equipment. ill sir the sew PIIg. sow.
to do that we must spray \Ve do effectively treat crops "TilE DRINKING MAN 1:01: FEED STORE
I In calm air from 70 feet down to TilE LAST MAN IIIRF.D AND FARM, HOME

I I 116 feet of the crop rolling poison TilE FIRST MAN FIRED" & AUTO SUPPLY '

,.", ,, RMytCIf; r' ,'VJt Cf the crop up with chemical poison I J
'and water or other carrier. Polson
WE lOWERED, OUR PRICES Is sprayed from jets located on
bottom section of lower wings,
lET OTHERS FOllOW passed through the slip stream I

of propeller of plane, and at the
same time carried In the roll of
air passing over airfoils of the "
SEASONED LUMBER wing. with the result of a roll

< funneling from the rear section .
of plane, 120 feet wide at 16 feet

j SHEATHING' above the crops .- ... ..- -, .
; $2500 "Water being of no expense, we l
Ix3andl (4 . . . . 1000 feel that we can save many times
In cost over dust
being used In
PINE FRAMING crop treatment today. "

$ "We can, It treating the farm-
following dimensions 55000 era crop regulllrly, Increase his ,
2x4s,2x6s,2x8s,2x TOs,2x 12's .:-:-:-:: per 1000 production because wo do effectively t "Ijlt '>1'., JJ. .r i ,-'

treat the cut worm, bud worm, :: :
and allk worm In corn, and at ,. : A.CZ-: : SAID t
PINE FLOORING $3500 the same time give him worm- r

. . . . . 1000 ties corn when treated regularly. V
The following crops are treated "
successfully: beans broccoli, celery TO BETTER GRADES : '
per cabbage, eKg plant, escarole,
All 'other sizes from h2 to( 6x6 at prices you cannot beaU! pecan trees (treated by acre).
-.- --- Irish and sweet potatoes. peppers, I AND BRIGHTER FUTURES .1' .
pfCNfc-tNYOOf-l tomatoes, squash, tobacco, weed
killer, and atrawberrles. All Insects .
BUILDINGS affecting these crops are '- I
controlled at least 00 '
TABLES percent
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30 INCH . . treated properly." I"t' ;
$22.50 AS LOW AS ." '. <'
:- '
46 INCH . . 2,75! ,I' $27' The following Is a statement "<1 ,r'} '
INCH . . 32.75 $ .. UP ,made by James Hornsby who has i ,
INCH . 81.50 _-_ _ _. I'sold his corn to Jacksonville ..'
TAT 7 800 merchants: "South Florida com I 'f I' .

LEAST GO% LOWER THAN ., !sprayed by airplane was free of .C'' ,
\ worms and brought top prices :
NEW! Motors Extra. 1 with loss ot .
nn :
com. Worm-free
For 9'x16' -..... ,.,. :J corn Is selling retail at stores at J : I:,- t

Metal Structure 51 per dozen eUrI. I state that It .
GARAGE Conway and Libby treat com

i here all tt Is treated In South I .,
DOORS COOLING Florida, the corn will be worm
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9.75 GYPLAPA frf'e. All worms, aphids, lice
EXCEPTIONAL hurt FOUNTAIN I etc can be controlled completely.
.. "'.13'. u.. this .i.. i 'TOlunWALLBOARD according to the Jacksonville
... coot .h... Lws. . 450 merchants that I have personally ,. ..

CElOTEX bait '.....1.. flU'INCLUDED I VALVE I '2500.pee....... ':talked time to to time during by my using visits plane from ,
ties.; c.lli. P
UnMl/ats.d.t 519.00wr M. '
spraying.'I I advised
.%" thirka.sa . .. 2! ft VII........ C a I a .. this week one merchant e e e ?nr ,
thicks... .. .. H a v. ear.m. that my crop of com w rJ
__!j ate.n lyv..Ir.a. ) SERVICE SINKS ''Is being treated .
.... V ..La. by spraying unit /, "
E..I... rail .1... 1250 ,on airplane and h. was very ,. .
happy to learn that the
5 0 plane
M 24".20"Oely..ry LhnOIiBLE
I war' few I I. treating my corn a. It will be ,
worm-frpe If properly used and
HUNG We5TH 115 NEW/ BENCHES applied aa In South Florida crop." ,. ..

WINDOWS "" I. .. 10. ... 12 .... I.......
A Ideal fee thea..... j'00with I Baptist Brotherhood s
HOME ch..rch.. such . .. .. ,- ..+- '
II FRAMES I Has Outdoor Supper : ,; ;:. .THERE'S 110 happier way of shooing your appreciation .:' ,

-' c' 1 95 EasvTerms ROLLER CONVEYORS I. for scholastic soars attained than the gift 01 a versafilellell ng. .
$8. pm sty h.ndUng .f ........ lv...... Members ot the Baptist Brother- .', ','1."< toe Portable Typewricer. 11'1 bound co be a aid 10 a con-
; ;;, 4Ir ............ ..h.. //to..... I. 12' hood met for their regular meeting .- scat "
uul.tss".4a-a : ) s.c..u.al ens. i ii IS" 4Ir 24" width.. 10 ft _..... on the grounds of the Florida :.V"i'' timing scholastic or collegiate career for tests prove. that : :
: arse.. n..F.. run Ir-Mla. .. ,.. I'E LEC T'R-I-C-AI:" USED .. '2.00 ... k.eldtatIDd. Power &. Light Ca Thursday ;:',' ; F h INdeotS using a cypcwriler: get higher grades 10 many subjects '
j NEW (.tlll .roNdl) $J.OO p r ft evening ot last week with their ; "-. +. '.

IV 9 Lite' OVERHEAD wives chicken-8S honored pilau guests.A buffet. supper : The New 1949 REMINGTON :e i ir

SU"'I-E waR served at 7:30: o'clock under ;
SASH lights strung In the yard Following V PORTABLE TYPEWRITER VV

I GALVANIZED c......... wlttl .....1.1Sl.gS taro ... refreshments Rev. L. D. ;. "
Ii I SHEET IRON white .1.. .;.... .,pr... 13" N. Haln.R conducted a short prayer
4 Gol.. flat ..tol.h..... Ap. ......... '16'Ii meeting which took the place of ..), '':' V ? is hndlomel finished I" cwo tones 0' eye.soodd gray. itp
\ awtM. .oIII ter_tl rM, t r s. 3".t" 4 lam.uda .. 100. siM ........ .r. .. the Cottage Prayer Meeting ,:,/. hal eM sensational OAf Flnser6e Keys: Geared Typeb.r'V
'j schedule for that evening.T. V i.ir ... Mechanism and aU the ocher exclusive and Plus Value features c
PIPE AND FITTINGS Black, Galnnised, Soil K. McClane Jr.. president 1 ,ync: :'7 that distinguish emin8tOn Pore..ble. Typewriters.Your gradet"4iV .
V Sold By The Foot Or Ton of the wll, be "
. brotherhood, had on his Rre delighted coo. \ 1:')", ,

( f Open Monday Through Saturday From 8 A.M., to 5 P.M. Lnwson refreshment E. C.committee Mann Jr..H.B. A.T. ''I'' :,.".. n ./' with ing case the that new opens DeLuxe up clr"into e 'S-::::: lti a.yeK .

Thomas, and Tom lIardlng. ;'::'\. ,, : perGxdy( Bile table for typing '..dl.' .. .. I," '!
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: convenience. mx -- t.-r .10.6 I' ;
ARMY, CA P WRECKING C.ORP. I II I V e"r,7Y: .: V r. ,

Graduation Gift. In Lingerie I .
.. PHONt 'c.. SUp" '1.97 to $3.9: Gowns $7.49 :' N Bradford County Telegraph r.. "
.AM'' BLANDING. L .10)( 569. UAP.KE: f. to $3.93: also Nylon .....tI.. sad

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