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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 27, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Sermon ,

Here Monday

Operating Sunday NightThe

Arrested In
Georgia
Following. a prolonged leg-all TLI'

: battle which is still pending INSERT COIN IN SLOT. FRONT OF METER Baccalaureate Sermon for

in the State Supreme Court. I TIME DIAL the 75 members of the grtduattag
80 parking meters were finally HANDLE IN DIRECTION OF class of Bradford High will ,be

business installed district in the of Call Starke Street' ARROWS UNTIL DIAL SHOWS I Sunday preached evening In the usa at 8 auditorium o'clock by Sheriff Reddish Reviews Case I State Will Move For Early Trial -

CORRECT PARKING TIME Rev, L. D. flames pastor of }the
this week and will be placed ) (
morningat First Baptist Church. I The office of Sheriff P. D. I "However before. arriving In

in operation 8 o'clock.. Monday Your parking lime The high school Glee Club will Reddish yesterday l Issued the following Hampton, a Seaboard Air LineFreight Of Trio Held In D. L. Silcox Slaying

be heard In three numbers, on the statement giving a complete I train blocked the croaaIng -
of the I
At a special mee>ng I tit minutes showi ori
program and Mrs. J. Warren resume of the D. L. Silcox delaying them. They agreed
City Council Tuesday afternoon It. white tint 1 dial.As '.
Kaufman will give a violin solo. murder cane: I lit was probably too late as Mr.
decided not to employ an additional I
was for the enforcement Commencement exercises: will be May 26, 1919 Adklns had closed his station and James (Junior) Tucker, thick-lipped 23-year-old negro,

patrolman of metered parking but held In the USO auditorium Friday "James Junior Tucker negro, I' that they would return another with a long prison record, was arrested late Wednesday in

to place this duty In charge of I; night, June 3, at 8 o'clock. the third person Involved in tho night and pull this job. They. Manchester, Ga., as the third suspect in the murder of D.

E. L. McKnlght. at present following the custom of recent murder of Dave Silcox of Starke I. turned around, coming back to I L. Silcox, Starke grocer on the night of May 4.

night patrolman.It used ears, there will be no principal has been. apprehended in Man- I Starke. Capture of the stuttering Tucker in the small West
lime I I.
was announced that "first red dial cavers up In a* speaker, but mennbcrj of the chester, Qa. This fugitive was !I "While attempting to commit Georgia town ended an intensive 12-day search which be-

offenders" will be given a whit. leaves remaining graduating class will\ lie heard ina apprehended by the Georgia State armed robbery on Dave Silcox. gan when officers here became convinced that a "third party"
symposium on "Youth Faoce.Tomorrow" Highway Patrol and the Georgia George Wolfork trigger man I
"Courtesy Card" stating "You lima white. was in on the Silcox holdup and! shooting.
Musical numberswill Bureau of Investigation on May believe shot Mr. Silcox, at which .
time on
have overstayed your Tucker
IWS laMI 15 515Sf 4 1W. Glee Club and II wag brought yesterday
be by the 25th. time Tucker was In; the store and
parking meter. Five cents has there will\ be a tenor solo. by Robinson outstilo. ---'r-w----- to join George Wor-.
been deposited In meter for you. t p 0ut "George Wolfork, Jr., negrotriggerman was standing ,., '\ ,
folk Jr. and L. D. Robinson
Bennett. Wol ,
cc. aur see naN maciI Henry "The three of them got In
Please! present this card and five and ring leader of i 'AI, ./
cents to police headquarters or I, Ite(. .-._ ...11.aI'ttAlfi The 1948-49 term at BUS comesto the gang was apprehended on fork's car, went to Jacksonville. .. both negroes, who are being
to officer." I), an official clone. Friday, June May 7th in Jacksonville by Sher- i Wolfork was not sure whether ;t o;;'" held on. warrants for first degree -
any police
(::::: Dial all red meansVIOLATION. examl'atlon : Tucker got the after he '- murder in connectionwith
Following the first offense, fl'iIli IKaIeAvb4 3. The final period iff P. D. Reddish and city Detectives -: money '
and continue shot Mr. Silcox and pulled\ his If. the All three
violators of the meter regulations iwthN begins Monday of Jacksonville. After : case. suspects
will receive the customary through Wednesday. Students will searching Wolfork's car the .49 gun on Tucker and at gun point ''I' ',J will remain in out of

"Police Notice" Instructing themto have the day off on Thursday. revolver which killed Dave Silcox searched Tucker to determine If 'I'I town confinement.

report to Police HeadquartersIn June 2, while their final grades was found and also a double bar- he had got the money. 1 1I Now that the third and last man

the City Hall. The usual fine' are being complied' but will ,re relled .12 guage shotgun, cooking "During the Investigation talk. I ,t believed to be Implicated In the
for a traffic violation Is $1 PARKING TIME ALLOWED port back to their classrooms on utensils, and other things. Sheriff Ing to. Wolfork and Robinson both fatal shooting has been appre.

Installation of parking meters' I AND COST IS CLEARLY Friday for the last time. Reddish flew to Washington D. C., claimed the third person Involved handed the State Is expected to

here. followed a lengthy legal fight with the gun and the slug. The I Was" a negro by the name of press for an early. grand jury Investigation
which started when W. H. Graham vi.w o mil r SHOWN ON EACH MT Daniels Revival Federal Bureau of Investigation I Mack and both thought ha had of the crime and subsequent -
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Starke businessman filed ) 5 laboratory experts Identified tho i made time at the State Prison at trial In a special term of
Will June I
Begin Ralford
suit seeking an Injunction restraining pistol as the gun that fired the aJames court If Indictments are made against -

the City Council from The following instructions on how to operate Starke's new park- In Big Tent HereAll fatal shot and also found Wol "The records of the State Prison all or any of the trio.
failed to reflect this butthrou&h
,
installing parking meters The Ing meters were Issued this week by M. H. Rhodes, Inc.. of Hartford fork's fingerprints. on the gun. the Modus man File Accords at the State Prison, ,
Injunction was denied by Circuit Conn. i Is In readiness throughout "Wolfork admits he was at the Operandi Ralford, disclose that Tucker
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I
Judge John A. H. Murphree on When parking the Important thing to. remember Is that you must the county for a great revival and scene of the crime and that he System Identified, the James third Junior person vas (alias Walter MacDonald or
grounds that plaintiff had not the hour of arrival of the evangelist handled the as Tucker
but he denies
gun "Mack" served 18
If do ) months' -
the handle to set the meter In operation. you not who sentence
turn yourself was discharged) from the
shown that Installed Dr. E. J. Daniel Is anticipat-
meters were being \ shooting Mr. Silcox. However I for In Collier
as a revenue-raising the meter signal will stay at 'Violation" and the patrolman will have ed. The massive tent will _t be consider It conclusive evidence State Prison by Expiration of Sentence County on burglary July 14, 1917. His

rather than a traffic regulating I to. give you. a ticket. erected this Friday at the High that he did 'fire the fatal Shot on November. 10th, 1948, record also Includes
police
an arrest
measure. Through his attorneys I, After you insert coin, be sure to wind the handle In direction of School' grounds anil scats will\ be Wolfork's criminal record reveals after having served an 18 months In Live Oak, Oct. IS 1915: ,
time'shows. on dial or you will not receive week In readiness sentence for burglary from Collier Junior T..oJu'r
Graham
next
then appealed to the arrows until correct parking Installed that on September of 1946 he wan 'on charges of being drunk and
State Supreme Court which has your full parking time. The coin automatically drops In a few for the date, June 5th Just ten : given a l-to-3 year sentence in County. After obtaining this disorderly and carrying a concealed -

not yet rendered a decision In''I minutes, so. it is Impossible to reset your time later. days away. In a recent revival in I the New Jersey State Prison, for Information Sheriff Reddish had weapon. He escaped shortly
.
the matter. I When you park your car, be sure that your right front wheel Is Orlando Dr. Daniels preached to i ariault and battery. However, ha fugitive every circulars state In made the and Union mailedto and Crippled Clinic afterwards while serving a 5-

Graham stated yesterday that adjacent to. the meter.It nn average crowd nightly of over was released. on bond fled his asked each state to broadcast for month sentence and was arrested

he has Instituted a new suit to la unlawful for any person to deface tamper with, damage, 1,200. During this meeting there bondsmen, and on February 4th, James Junior In Madison several\ days later for
Impound all monies. placed In the I Impair the usefulness of any park- were over 100 professions. of faithIn 1949 a bench warrant was Iftflued Tucker negro, wanted Here TodayUnder larceny.'
meters until I open or wilfully break, destroy, or In connection with this murder.
the Christ. for
Supreme Court his arrest which means that
ing meter Installed on the streets. This law will\ be strictly enforced, "]n addition to this he contacted Sheriff P. D. Reddish stated
has ruled on his appeal. I There will\ be a well planned bus Wolfork Is wanted by New Jersey I
and will be held responsible for. damage done by any of their Gang Busters to broadcast Tuck that Tucker's FBI file In Washington
Parking meters were Installedon parents system used during the meetingto authorities the auspices of the FlorIda
minors."The I er's description this coming, Sat shows an arrest for drunkenness
Call Street In the early daY3 children who are make It possible for all sectionsto 'L. D. Robinson alias Crippled Children's Commission -
June
installed to make more parking Bug urday night, which was to be Included In Los Angeles Calif., in
of Camp Standing but were re- parking meters are being attend. A bus will leave Lawley /- alias Little Dump Robinson, the end American" Legion Post I 1943
short business calls.Tb3r In their Nation Wide Clues and a charge of drunkenness
moved after a few days following space available for shoppers .and people making at 7 each evening and pU-5": up second negro, was apprehended by I "Vincent of 58 and Auxiliary, the annual clinic and fighting in Berlin .4t'*
Bartrmtl. Bus.tere Germany.
I- the protest"of merchants' the also-help>to. eliminate% double' parking,' :which slows down< the any along" ,the highway : 'pinto Sheriff Chapman> of Perry Ca,, ; In New York City Gang, called for crippled children Is being held alao In 1913. He Is a native of i

metered area.Primary traffic on busy streets and increases accidents. Your personal" cooperation Starke. Bus number 2 will\ leave on May 13th, 1919. His Sheriff Reddish Wednesday and today (Friday), at the Bradford Detroit, Mich.
and the entire community, the and through the sion Health Department, beginning at
will benefit you yourself Ralford proceed was the result of apprehen.j accepted this case end asked for The following description of
ChildrenTo concluded. State Farm section on. Into Starke Wolfork had 8:30:: a. m. I.
Rhodes company statement ___________ given as full particulars which were wiredto for Tucker was widely broadcast
This I. clinic
I A third bus will circle Starke complices. a diagnostic,
throughout the United
Present Musical 4 him immediately. This was to States and
and Klngaley Lake section travel "Checking with rtublnaon's for bo broadcast Saturday, night. patients from Union Bradfordand Canada during the widespread

Next Tuesday NightThe Wrecking Corp. Payroll Aids Starke; ling the Keystone Road as far as mer employer it was determinedthat "However, James Junior Tucker, Clay counties and In In 12-day manhunt:
Ed Lawaon's home. A fourth I charge of Dr John F, Lovejoy
he had "Age 23
accidentally got hln. negro, was apprehended early height S ft 8 3-4 in.,
first childrenof bun will start from Brooker and and IS. B. Dunlap, Jr. orthopedicsurgeons .
year primary right Index wt. 160 Ibs. medium .
finger cut off whileat Wednesday night by the State build, black
Starke elementary school .will For Two More YearsStatistics pass through Graham circling work went to a hospital In Highway Patrol of Georgia and cif the Commission. hair and complexion. Long cut

present a musical program, ""Cin Operation Set Hampton back onto Gainesville Savannah Ga.. and at the time the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. J Held free of charge and designed scar Inside right forearm. Extra
derella" and "The Wedding of the highway Into. Starke. Any wish- to aid all children In thla
he became Involved In this crimehe Now that Tucker has been I crippled large burn car outside edge of
Painted Dolls", Tuesday night released by the Army amount spent In Starke by the ing to ride these busses need but was drawing a $22 insurance apprehended, Mr. Martnett of I area. the clinic I III onen to any upper right arm. Stutters badly.

May 31. at 8 o'clock In the high Wrecking Corp., this weekat company itself for supplies and to be beside the roifd after 7 in check weekly. Gang Busters has been advised child In the state under 21 yearsof Thick lips, full face. Hair probably
Camp
school auditorium.. Camp Blanding revealed that services all making an Impres- the evening and signal the driver.' "After arriving In Perry/ G.., I and thanked by Sheriff Rcddlnh I age for an examination! Only I cut real short"Investigating
The program will be given under Transportation will be free to all Robinson thoiui cases that have a crippling
than $300,000 In 'payroll sive total of. additional money contacted the Inxuranro for MH xplfimlld cooperation In this officers at first
the direction. of Mrs. L. A. Can- more of wishing to attend. Dr. Daniels Office and asked them ; condition that can be bnnefltted I believed that .
was released Into the flowing into the cash registers to mall all-Important matter. only two negroes
ova Mrs. Helen Malone, Mrs. Edna money will open the revival here Sunday his check to by treatment and whose parentsare / were Involved In
Starke market In 1948, plus an- Starke merchant Perry. Sheriff Reddish "Tucker was returned ThurnJay the murder of
Prevail, and Mrs. Lola Roberts.A other $57,00.0 in payroll for the Company officials at Army evening June 5th at 7tO: with previously had contacted the and detained In an unannounced not financially able to pay Silcox. since first reports from,
small admission charge of stated that the message "Where Are The main office of the for the service In ,whole or In witnesses .
first of 1949. Camp Wrecking Corp., Insurance company place. State Attorney T. E. Dun were that two men were
quarter
25c for adults and lOc for children Dead?" 1) Souls live? Will\ we
)) In part, are accepted for care.
continueon Jacksonville
the company expects to and nuked' can, of Galneavllle, advised SherIff seen running from the store after
will be made. The will\ M. C. Auerbath, project man- know each other Can we communicate -
proceeds Old will examinedby
least for their patients be tho
121 the present basis for at cooperation which they Reddish last night that Bradford shooting. Sheriff Reddish
be used to purchase supplies for ager, disclosed that out of the Indicated with the dead. ? Don'tmiss responded to theSurgeons so as to checkup stated
the Camp two more years. It was by giving this Infor. County would get some quick I that Tucker was first implicated -
the primary music department. employees of Army In that the project would not be a single night, cancel all matlon. action In this cano. on treatments which have been In the crime when one of
114 living
Wrecking Corp., are of Starke turned entirely Into a wrecking engagements. A meeting like this "Sheriff Reddish culled Sheriff "There are other crimes In this previously given. New cases will the other two negroes, already In ,

Annual Future Farmer. the and Immediate at Starke vicinity business concern program unless the sales of Intact comes once In a lifetime. Aboveall Chapman of Perry, having Robinson state and other states which are bit examiner. ) and those needing custody Identified1 a gray felt hat \

shop live In Brad- buildings and homes decreased If you are a Christian Pray arrested. Since that time yet unsolved and some have been I I hospital, care will\ bo sent toJacksonville. found near tho Silcox store after
..
Father & Son Ninety-eight '
For Revival.
ford County, 10 in Union County, to a point where that wouldbe Rnblnnon has been returned to an admFtted by Wolfork nnd hit accomplices. I I : the shooting, as belonging to
unannounced location Lunches will be served. to all "Mark".
Banquet TonightThe and 1 In Ala- neceimary. by Sheriff Sheriff Roddlah b<>-
8 In Clay County ,
chua County. All of those living The Army Camp Wrecking A Statement Reddish and has told the full and 'i Moves before the whole InventlRa- 1 patients and, parents attending I Tu 'ker'. alleged unfortunate

fifth annual FAt'r! np1 Son in counties adjacent to Starke \, Corp, Is now engaged In selling To The Public complete story regarding the tlon Is complete, this may turn i,' the clinic, according to an an- habit of losing his hats might
Banquet of Bradford Chapter future I Whole situation. out to be i notmccment by Mrs. Michael Gil- connect the trio
situated so. that Starke Is the j I I homes remodeled from army a gang that him bnen' with a liquor
Farmers of America will be are most convenient shopping center. 'buildings, as well as the buildings By C. A. KnightSome "Actually, Wolfork and his two I operating for some time and that hooly, prenlilunt. of the legion '' store holdup In Marlon County

held in the high school cafeteria House ''movers who move thebuildings themselves and building material accomplices Robinson and Tucker. I they have committed cither similar Auxiliary Sheriff Reddish stated Marion

tonight (Friday) it 8 o'clock. sold by Army Wrecking stripped from the structures.The question has originated about left Jacksonville to rob a filling! I Crimea. Sheriff Jt.'ddlsh$ wishes to i officers report that a brown vel.

The main address .>f the even- Intact from Camp Blanding I Army Camp Wrecking Corp. the bill Introduced In the illation operator In Hampton b,'- I['I thank all law enforcement officers Shrine Club Plans I II i vet-type hat was found near the '
Ing will be made by I>oyl!! Con- Corp. the was organized in June of 1917 Senate by Senator Charley E. lleved .*o be the Gerald Adklns and white and colored citizens Scene of that crime, and Sheriff
contribute to operation I'
also camp
ner of Starke, former :president of payroll. Beyond this Is the ;I a nd.is a Florida corporation. Johns relative to an alleged. reimbursement Filling Station from the diagram i who gave Information whlrhalllll"t..d I I Banquet Tonight IteddlHh mild that one of the other
the Bradford Chapter and now) to me of funds whichI drawn by Robinson, the Job havIng him In bringing/ about ap. For PotentateFreeman negroes! had I Identified that hat

National President of. the organ- claim In connection with my previously been, caned. I prehc-nHlon. all three." I I also as belonging to Tucker. t
ization. June 1 Deadline Senator Johns I IWon't I duties as Tax Collector of Bradford Register President ofi Silcox was shot Just above the

... Bnef talks will\ also! be made I County. Actually there Is I : heart about 0.30
: o'clock Wudnes-
Be Home I the ftark) Shrine Club, announc
Second i
I Pecan
State AJvlwir and For Entering I relmbumement. The Meet Future Homemakers
by H. E. Wood no sum mentioned ed this week that the Starke Club diy night May 4, In his small

Donald Burch State President Corn ContestThe State Senator Charley B. Johns In the bill represents fees To Be Held Here To Sponsor Talent | would entertain the Potentate and I grocery store on Tenth Street

FFA. sends word from Tallahassee that which I collected and retained as Elective: Divan of the !Morocco: I Highway( 18, near the border of

Bradford County Farm the Legislature will he In session I I I tag agent for Bradford. County. Monday Night (Show | Temple at a dinner to be held at Reno, Starke'i negro settlement. ,

CALENDAR OF EVENTS Bureau wishes to ask all farm- this weekend and therefore it will Them fees amount to 23 cents pel the Ouldon) Grill on Friday night, Ha died, while crossing the high t
Tuesday, Tourist Club, at Wo. ers who expect to enter the corn be necessary for him to remain motor vehicle tag. Jr.County announced Agent T. K. McCltne, I A Talent Show will be presented !! May 27 at 8 o'clock. I way In nn attempt to reach his
,
man's Club. 7:30: p.m. contest to report their acreageto In the capital. I I For a number of years these of today that a second and In the BUS Auditorium, Thurs. i Potentate Wilbur W. Masters. nearby home. J JWolfork.

Wed. Rotary Club Methodist the secretary not later than Senator Johns makes this an- fees were collected and retainedby landlers meeting will be pecan held In growers the courthouse June 2. at 8 p. m., under the direction I Jr., together with the officers on 6 foot, 3 Inch. 29-year- 1

Rec. Hall, 12:15: p.m. June 1. As this date has been nouncement In order to cave Inconveniencing the Tax Collector as compenaa- I of the Starke Future the divan and. their ladles will l jold negro, was the first of the
Monday night at 8 P. M. to
Wed. Lions Club, usa Bldg. set as a deadline for reporting all persons who might tlon for acting as tax agent with discuss come down from Jacksonville to trio to be apprehended. He was

7:30: pm.Thurs. nterested farmers should reportby wish ti sea him at his office In out question from the State Audi the Pecan Marketing Homemakers Chapter. be with the localShriners, and trailed by means of his flashy,

IOOF, Odd fellow meet that time. Starke this weekend. tor' office. The fees collectedand Grower.Agreement and proposed Handlers.At by. Georgia Talent from all grades of school their ladies for this occasion. Thin I accessory-laden automobile and

ing Lodge Hall..8 p.m. ...._ ._. _... ___ __. _._ retained under authority of will bo presented, and also Included j Banquet and Ladles Night In an was arrested by Sheriff Reddish' '
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--.ho .,. .. the discussion held starke
Sat Amusement Games, Catholic 'i':. ">t : .- "-' """* ''''" .........'. Chapter 19127. Acts of the Legialature i on the program will be the ,( annual affair with the Shrine Iin Jacksonville on May 7,
USO 8:30: p.m. i.''I "'v'.. .r i'1".t,:; I' : of 1939 May 20th and In Montlcollo, May' much talked about movie, "About j Club and Is always held on the "Little Dump" Robinson, 47, second ....

May 27 WCTU meeting at ,;' If}. The purpose of the act Introduced 24th there was a difference. of Town with the Bradford Stars", I[night of this Potentate's Official suspect to be taken, was arrested -
3 m. }. by Senator Johns was not to opinion as to whether the proposed which hit at the Junior- ,
'v. N. Johnsons p. ."... Wall it Visit In Perry. Oa., on May) 13,
Club dinner. award me compensation or refund > agreement Is good or bad. I
May 27 Shrine ) any Senior Banquet last Friday when he disclosed his location by

Guidon Grill 8 p. m. but Is merely! Intended to allow 1- Several of the growers dealred another I No tickets will be sold but contribution I: New Schedule wiring back to Jacksonville. \ In

May 28 Opening games t -' me to retain the fees collectedas meeting where all growers will be taken at the an effort to have a |22 check forwarded

County Softball League BHS ath- fr .' tag agent and which Is author- could express. their views and i i door with proceeds to. go to the 'Of Office Hours to his new address. He

letic field. 8 p. m. ized by the 1939 Legislature. elect a delegate to attend the ,, FHA Leadership Training Camp. received this weekly compensationfor
Baccalaureate Ser -- C. A. Knight. legal hearing In Albany, Georgia. For Draft Board
29 the loss of
In
May The Future Homemakers Chapter a finger an accident ::;
mon BHS, usa auditorium, 8 June 3rd. Mr. McClane to attend urges this all Is under the direction of Miss I Florida Local\ Board No. 1$, Se. while employed on a dredge
pecan growers I
p. Tobacco PenaltySet Madge Whlgham, home economics last summer
lectlve.Servlce System, Starke, announces
m.May 30 -- Softball game meeting and express their opln- teacher at BUS office Both Wolfork and Robinson have
At 20c Pound loris for the : a new schedule of
or against agreement.
Dloomers vs. Juniors, 8 p. m. hours beginning May 29 all follows prison records which include a

BHS Field. County Agent T. K. McClane, Wins Rotary Quiz : New Jersey sentence for assault
31 Bradford Primary Hampton Baptist : and battery against Wol/ork and
May
Jr., was advises today that the Mondays and Tues lay (only)
Musical program USO 8 p. m. N. penalty for flue cured tobacco Plan HomecomingThe w H. Graham won a qula on ;-9 a m. to 12 noon; 1 p. m. to a conviction for manslaughter inEverglades

June 1 UDC picnic at I. F4,: ._ .,. A_ 4 marketed In excess of the 1949 Rotary Information at the regular S p. m. Fla., a alnat Robin
Breazeale's. 11 a. m. farm marketing quota had been Hampton Baptist Church Invites meeting of the Club her Wednes Wednesdays, 8 a. in. tj 12 noon. son.Tucker
Jr. Woman's Club, CHARTER FOR THE: STARKK B. P. W. CLUB was received was brought back from
Junt 2
announced. as 20c per pound. all former members and day. The quiz was conducted by The office will be cloaed the remainder -
8:00 p. m. Executive: Board meetIng :Mon., May 16 by Mrs. Marion, H. Faulk president of the local unit The law prescribe the penalty! tutors to attend Homecoming on T. K. McClane Jr., who had of the week Georgia yesterday by J. J. Elliott,

at 7 p. m. from Mrs. Edna Van Acker of Miami, vice president of the Florida. as 40 percent of the average mar- Sunday, June 5. Dinner will be charge of the program for the Mrs. Rhoda Dampier Cleric reminds special Investigator for Governor

June 2 Talent Show presented Federation. Seated at left is Dr. J. W. Kaufman, who made the ket price for tobacco during the served at noon, and everyone Is day and covered the whole field all young men that .they Warren who has been assisting

by Future Homemakers BHS principal address at the. Charter Night banquet and at left Is the preceding year. Flue-cured to- invited to attend. Mrs. Hazel of Rotary from the local club on must register with tha Board up- Sheriff Reddish In coordinating

Auditorium, 8 p. m. Exercises, Rev. B. E. Simmons who gave the invocation.: bacco averaged 49.6c per .poundIn Thomas, Committee Chairman. to the International setup. on becoming 18 years cf "S" evidence in the ease.j .

June 3 Graduation Staff photo by J. P. UdelL 1948.'
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FUIDAV. MAY 27. 1 Ot9!
rAGE: TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STABKE. FLORIDA --=

C ,-- N. J.' V n'lila Roasl Defendant Cast
.. nf pro-I 1" Stllas Ptrret. FUUabeth U' 1010. FJ
and he has Issuance 1947. r>e rrlptlcin to appear on :
young .old. ho preference near Clay Hill but has a Lawtey You arc required ORDER OF
Section U. 'FI'nLU'ATr01TANI'
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED Hill for age hence I have come address. Township perty: NK'/4 T Mouth of NW14 Ilanite; 21 Jo:..... June. .and tn, 11MK.. In wherein the above/ |iulnttffKeek !named NOTICE TO APPEAR .
Clay more or IUMM Court reuse STATE! OF FLORIDA
to believe that the place he has containing forty acrta divorce liradfanl' County to-
HINTS. Are J *
HELPFUL you Name In whlrh assessed: .T. A. this OrderIn whoM residence *
prepared for us Is so mucn better of nal.l Teleeraph Khali ,publish\ I addressl1es61. : Hubtiurd directiTiTi
1878 E. L. MATTHEWS. OwNCnEDiTOManil getting too heavy and thick a- McKinney Jr. All ; four weekly l leeuee. ( '
..ura Burgees Mohr In the County. of next Massachusetts. :
By than earth that it Is a favor property beluK; hand and official, ton
Second round the waist girls?! We all do Bradford State of Florida. Unlace Witness my this May' You. required to
Entered an Ponca, Nebr.Wherein Florida are appear
Published Every Friday .. seal at Starke on
The ll
granted to take us there. rule If we don't watch out. I such certificate. or certificate h" June 6. I", In tho above
CUM Matter at the Punt Office at Starke, Fla S e e more we suffer here the greater as a trick to that be redeemed. according to law the .1. 1949. SRAT.: A..I. Thomas, Court and cause. wherein Pl"'ntlff nam.1' ,.
found help certificateor OFFICIAr
I have a property deNcrlbed In such ( .sake dlvorc. Bradford .
perhaps the joy in paradls. I be Hold to the An Clerk of laid County
I enjoy the new born without bread. I just certlnratea will co..rt'l Telegraph shall publish this
Try doing D. C. Order
MEMBERription ((3) 1949 and with the robins amiwmiA. am sure that paradise for me will hlKheet bidder at the court house By Haven Cronby HI In next four. weekly I .. u.v.Wltneu .
day (ting eat a bit of toast for breakfast. door on the first Monday In month Joseph K. Hklpper "
In the month of May I be joy unbounded. To see our I do not eat of Jun., 1949 which I. the e day of 'Ud",.. Jacksonville, Florida. BUT my hand and offlcntl I II te
If I eat potatoes June, 1949. bated this 4 day of Ally for Plf. 5101 i tt deal at Starke, Florida this May I
For Six Meattia Savior and all the loved ones _
92M Annually 9140 walk a friendly road. biscuits or bread never. Also May, 149. 4. 1949. heTI
there. I Clerk of Circuit' iv: nnrriT rornr.rol'NTY i .IDFOAD (OFFICIAL BEAD J. Thomas
cut out the sweet dessert. Go to I A. J. Thomas IM: CHAM.CKKV. : ourt ,
'' FLOHIU.1
Clerk of said
Florida Aa TIRJ
Each morning the world awakes Court of Bradford County
letter for the sailor
Again a bed with an empty stomach. I got (Official Seal) Bit, It BIST Plaintiff vn. By Haven Crosby D. C.

lOt'Il OPPORTUNITY FOR FUTURE SECURITY And anew.it Is beautiful to see. Scotch lad in a hospital in Scot' some perfumed starch of the N...... or Intention_ to latrodaveNotice Abraham Ida Itahlnowlti Ttablnowlti., Defendant. CaneNo. T. Frank. for I.andrum Pit._, Jtarke,BIB FlorinAtty. 4t 6'iV;:' i
Watkins man. I put some In a 729. ctV.
the Treasury Depart- land. He Is so happy to have a ee.elal' LealelaNaa'
National to be made during OF PURLICATiONSTATE
The quota The sun just coming Into view little dish and set It on the dresser In hereby given to the ORDER APPEAR la'Ieede Cert. Bradford CevatyKlertdai V.wi
ment's Opportunity Savings Bond Drive which started May 16 and letter from Yankee Land. Cjr qualified electors and all othera of NOTICK TO la C'kaaicvry.I .
Beneath the dawn-clouds the bedroom. It OF FLORIDA to:
canopy. In Florida wiw.
spare Bradford County State of O. Wolf, Plaintiff,
June 30 \la $1,040,000,000, In Series E. Bonds. editor sent me tttfl! lad's name andI : In the Ida Rahlnowlti. whose reiilrlenpeIn .dldC. : va. Mil.
wUI continue through Spreads purple and gold no cleared the air and made It smell that a. bill will be Introduced Hint Street l.Toiln, Wolf, Defendant. Case No.
wrote to him. I sent !gum. Ialso 'eMlon of the Legislature for the : lltfl Kant 7293. w.YE
Bradford County's quota \Is 29000. painters brush fresh. I also use Alrwlck but the term of 1949 now convener for the New York: Order ., PBbllpatlaa a..
Some readers might be inclined to ask: "Why a Bond Drive Could copy. The meadowlarks have another pal l In EnglandI starcn perfumed the air faintly. purpose of Introducing an act contlnulnc You are 1949..In required the to above appear m:3 IV..... t. Afffmr
June 6
have written to 17 years. My the present salary of the.nemberl STATE OF> FLORIDA ,
when the country isn't even eng/ ;.d In war?" Well there arc many song rear neighbors have to Eu- Made me feel happy. of the School Hoard of "... Court and cause. Bradford wherein. plaintifffleeke County Mildred C. Wolfi whose residenceand to- Ja
Shivers the air In a rippled rush gone Got curtains made for the County of Pradford. State c/t Flor- divorce shall puollnh this OrderIn address llfr'D t, Nalareth. ,
good reasons. rope for the summer and I gave my Mrs in the Hum of 150,oil per month.' Telegraph Pennsylvania: OfM
Is the national debt. The widest possible distribution Of melody. Tiptoeing along her Laura's address so she could back bedroom. They are so nice rhla bill will also provide for the.uaymenl next four. weekly hand laauee.Wltnesn and official You are required. to appear on :
First of my
course. from
A flock of grouse that winters thereof and sources June. 4, 1949 In the above namedCourt
of thla huge debt la the responsibility of all of us. Through visit her in Christ church. My and Inexpensive too. I have a which Mid funds originate. real at Starke: Florida thin MayOFFICIAL and cause, wherein plaintiff
here dear Mrs. Etta Fowler of I yellow bedspread to match the H. P Morgan, Huperlntentlent, I. J9 tit. J. Thomai seeks divorce.. Bradford County
out pal A.
the debt Is spread ( SEAM
Bonds
the'continued Investment In Savings Converse and play as they cross Hoard of Public instruction Bradford ( Telegraph shall publish this Order
Hawthorne has not been too well. yellow daisies To-day Is my babybrother's Florida. 4I2951SI27 A. Clerk of said Court. .II
, than concentrated In banks thus securing County In next four weekly issues <
rather C.
among Individuals the lawn; I.'" Haven Cronbr, D. :
She did not last letter andI birthday and also a very y Starke, Florida, witness I mv hand and offlrlalpeal
better balanced ownership and a less volatile debt. Another advantage The klldeer's cry comes loud get my !. Claret Court. Bradford Coemtr. A. J. Thomas Jr., at Starke Florida title
a am sorry. She still has straw- dear friend In Wisconsin. Happy g'lerldgt .. c......."'. Alt?. for Pit.l. CD: 4t 6187HT 1945. May
In this Is that as the debt shifts from banks to Individuals and clear; berries I bought a quart here birthday to both. I like to cele- Stephen Bnaak. Plaintiff v*. Hilda 4.(OFFICIAL SEAL> A.I.: ,
billions of dollars of Interest go Into American homes that would A robin finds a worm and ,Is, brate birthdays. It Is one's own Iloeak, Defendant. Cane No. 728S. CIRCriT fOI'HT. BKinroRD An Clerk of said Court. .
sad
today for 49c. They were from Order of Pehllr.tlns I* CHAN.ctcRir. By Haven Crosby D. C.
otherwise go to big business. gone; |Arkansas. I have word that Mr., especial day. Why be ashamed of Ntle .. App sr to ( 0' NTY. FLOIIIUAl T. Frank Landrum Stark Florid
Forty-eight billions In Savings Bonds are now In the hands of A wild grebe comes to the lily Joseph Nash's daughter of Haw [your age? I am proud I have } STATE Boiak OF whom Fl.uRfDAtilde residence li::: Anthony P. Romil Plaintiff vs. Atty. for Plf. Bit: 4t 5,27

tbe This Is an all-time high and represents almost one- pool: thorne Is to be married next lived fifty-one years. As I look
people.
A butterfly lights on a lllypad:; .
our month to a fellow from Nebraska. back I am surprised I made it. !.
assets of Americans. By keeping economy ,
fourth of the liquid A spider' spins webs from a !I.
Good. Mrs. Cox of Miami has Ha! God bless you all.
communitieswith
sound families and I
table through creating financially liken spool PARKING SpaceDaily
i LoveLura.. oE FREE
had a severe old. She said she Plenty
reserves of purchasing power we help prove to the world that And thru the door comes a''I
tried the paper lid when frying
our American system Is best. whistling lad. I meat and It was grand. She also -

The following are some facts about U. S. Savings Bonds that Jennie M. Gilmore. I liked by quick cherry dessert.

every American should know: How beautiful the country Is Such dear friends I have, that Thin IK our last _1'. One- Servings off .

SAFETY: here now. The early mornings brighten my days. They are having fourth off on all Glftn. StrongJewelere. e ...

Because they're the obligations of the strongest nation ara-beautlful to behold The splrea a Revival at Long Branch .
Sam. Is in bloom now making a worldof church at Clay Hill. Mr. and s -
Uncle
in the world NetlO' of Aealr.tlo. for Tea Deed
white blossoms and my tulipsare Mrs. Floyd Johns have rented a (HuUHe Bill No. 18 2Notice )
KI ; LE8S: nestled against that back- house In Maxvllle. Floyd Is In the is 1 hereby given that. J. A. Savings at A&P
of the
J. MrKlnney the holder
scale
They can always be redeemed on an upward ground In their bright red pink Navy stationed at Cecil Field and follnwIiiM: certlflratefl haM tiled said

of value but never at a loss to the Investor. They're and orange dresses At dawn the can be home every night. Fine. onrttflratea. thereon. The fora certiorate tax deed. to number be IHBUnd A-: ,

non-transferable and can only be Bold back to the birds sing so sweetly. I cannot Letter from Lela Mae Carter. She yearn of issuance the description White House Evaporated MILK
Government thus being removed from market fluctua- even begin to name all the kinds la so faithful to write and I do of the property and the named In
which It was assessed are aft fol-
tions. t hear. My heart soars to new ,love her so very much. She lives lowe* Pert If Irate. No. A4. Year of 6 Small cans 34c 3 Tall cans 34c
heights and I bubble with great
.J
LIQUID: joy Inside that I could not beginto
bank will convert your Bonds Into cash at a
Any define when I return to the Ann Page Tomato Ketchup 14 oz. 18c
notice. In the meantime they accumulate ,
moment's house and begin putting on the / JVST HAfpeftso TOMACH ro*
Increment equivalent to $4 for every $3 Invested If after
frlendy coffeepot having rue OTHCX '"lOWS GIASS 0'etCRerrr -
In other words cash plus Interest. Ann Select
held ten years. |been out enjoying the morning air', Page Spanish
'
KEKERVEl Those who sleep late and live in iT WAS 'I Marvel Dinner Rolls 10c
When the going gets rough they are available for big cities are really missing a STUFFED OLIVES, 6 3.4 oz. 57c

your distress. And always they are a reserve for i lot In life when they cannot see
; Jane Parker Golden Loaf
and hear a new-born day. This

ECONOMY your future financial independence. Monday at dawn I was awakened 4, I r CAKE 17 oz. . 25c Nutley OLEOMARGARINE, lb. 20c

IT. 8. by the sharp yaps of Digger barking 1x
Their purchase helps stabilize the economy by re-
does when the
moving surplus funds from the spending channels; ,door-bell, as he rings.always I immediately Marvel Homestyle Ann Page Pure Vanilla Extract 2 oz. 31c

they're an Investment In your country; sales do not :was wide awake and .went to tee BREAD. I'tb.. Loaf .. 18c

Increase the national debt as proceeds are used to what It was disturbing him. He
Dexo 1 tb. 29c 3 lb. 79cRajah
retire the less managable debt held by banks trans was looking down thru the bannlaterll Marvel Thin Sliced Sandwich Shortening: ,

ferring It to Individuals. to the front door. Still In BREAD 1 '/ lb. Loaf 18c
my yellow pajamas I tiptoed down Moist Coconut, 4 oz. can 15c
JLOSSPKOOFlUnlike If lost stairs and out the -
cash these securities will be replaced the peeped I
destroyed. window. There on the porch Jane Parker Sugared ...

AVAILABILITY or! were two men In the early dawn.I DONUTS, Doz. 19c lona S.R. or Plain FLOUR, 25 lb. 1.49 i
called. "Just a minute" and ran i
and loan
On sale at banks post offices building
back to tell Don. Of course a
associations Federal Reserve Banks and branches up OUR OWN TEA, 116. 91c i
dear old lady had passed away
local Industries maintaining payroll savings plans. and her son came to tell us. I TALC FEEDS i

Bond-A-Month bank plans' and other Issuing 'agents. patted Digger's head for his good OUI\ OWN TEA ;yt lb. 47c /I II

OWNERSHIPS deed for the day. such a GOOD 8eerThe / II I I

Restricted to individuals' who may purchase up to In order to enjoy life most we Ann Page Chocolate or Vanilla Scratch Feed: 25 Ib, 1.07 100 tb. 4.25Ice
,
each In registered form. A coowneror I
$10,000 year. must have the capacity for getting -
Cream Mixture 3 for 20c ,
survivor may be designated. I pleasures and satisfaction price of beer can be loaded' with or\n"\ 111 -. Laying Mash: 25 Ib. 1'.23,100, tb. 4.83Growing

TAXABLE. : from what we experience Thus freight or it can be loaded, with flavor. .O '
Increment subject to Federal Income taxes but ex- we can train ourselves to see If you'd rather buy flavor instead of All Flavors Ann Page Math 25 Ib. tb. 4.63

empt from taxes imposed by any State Federal possessions beauty In things about iia. If you freight buy JAX Beer. JAX is especially A GELATIN DESSERTS, 3 for 20 : 1.19,100

or other local taxing authority. Their value look for ugly things they will be tailored to the tastes of the South, I

not exempt from state. Inheritance gift or other excise there but think of beauty be fuund.and least. And because you don't pay extra 1-N A&P Fruits for Salad, No 2'/= 49c .
goodness they can
taxes whether Federal or State. for freight you get FIVE bottles of JAX r
Then love will suffuse and I
During the Opportunity Drive millions of Americana will have a i great joy of beauty of you smells for the price of FOUR bottles of "Long- lona Peaches No. 21can 25c 'rJ YOU GET THE MOST VALUE FOR YOUR' 1

chance to Increase their bond holdings and If they are not already and sights great to behold. Even Distance" shipped beer. -:' MEAT DOLLAR WHER YOU IUY A t P'S I

enrolled to Join one of the two automatic plans for bond purchasesPayroll leath an I see it every day can '

Saving where they work or Bond-A-Month where they be t a thing of relief. God takes .Ajl MEWING COMPANY JAOIIONVILLE( I fLORID I -.

bank. Either plan represents a convenient way to buy Savings Bonds FRESH

regularly of cur-en Income and thus to save regularly as millions FRUITS "SuperRight"FINE

of other citizens are doing for the needs and emergencies of & VEGETABLESIceberg ,

the future.

__ ;:: QUALITY MEATS

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VterMai!. rircalt In (fo.rt.".......y.llrailford Couaty iCllHurcl Lettuce 60i 2-19c Quality Heavy Western Beef :
/ Hardy. I'lalntlff vn.. I.ll-\ GUARANTEEDw 1 f A .
Ilnn Hardy Defendant. Can .Nu.flU. fi4lr.4: Ir .
.
Order of PaMlratlim and No..... .; Green Beans 2 lb. 19c T-Bone Steak, lb. 89c
t.. AvpeavSTATE IjiIrI.lh'z;, .. :. I ,
;, > [;) ,
UK i.1.0 H I l> A tot /
Tllllan Hardy, whim rfHiilwnuii I IH509 I.: w 4 J -Mt' Sirloin Steak tb. 83c
' Kth' Long Ie.land ", ,
V.luUlendale.: : Red Watermelons) 79c
New : '% ripe I

.ru You.i.. 20.are 1949 required In the to abnve appear numfil. on, R'C' T A 1 R 1' Halves 40 Quarters 20c Chuck Roast, lb. 55c 1 1I I
,
Court and cauaa wherein ptalntlff" 1
flBka divorce. Kradrurd CountyTel'mraph ; 1i
shell puhlluli this orderin Ground Beef, tb. 43c i
nest four weekly iNmieif.Wltneim III' II Fresh 1'1 ac k eye PEAS, 3 Ib. 23c
my hand and nfMrlnlal
... At Starke, Florida this May i
ft; ;l 41.ilrririAi: Cal. CARROTS, 1 1g. bun.. 2 for 19c Kunnyfield
p A< .SEAL Clerk) of A. said j Thom Court. CO Wi I Sliced

II'ILJ', Haven. lor I'll.Crosby, D. C.5-JO 4t a-l0- SERVICE .bui co inl l19! New White POTATOES, 5 lb. 29c Rindless BACON, lb. 55c

BK.VLTIKV it I'BalladYOUR : ..
Golden
Ripe BANANAS 2 Ib. 25c;)
NICK LINE OF
IIOMK: WITH
Smoked I
BACON Squares Ib. 27c
WATCIIES & BANDS
THE NEW:
Lg. Cuban
Pineapples, 12's, ea. 25c;) ,

t SUNMASTER'LL Yes there are dozens of better ways
SANDERSWATCH New Texas ONIO-NS. 2 lb. 15e
ALUMINUM Sliced BOILED HAM Ib.1 99c
REPAIR -
heat..Eea.e Yellow ,
, AWNINGS I to beat the summer SQUASH 2 II'>. 15c
I FREE: ESTIMATES LOCATED IN HOLLYWOOD

JJV8TALLATIONMcCOKD C.\\IF.R.-\: & GIFT SHOP. LEMONS: 432's doz. 39c!
Quick Frozen Perch Fillets I t Ib. 33c

FURNITURE ('all Strrrt at ._lSTAUKF. CIRCULATING FANS Fresh Green; PEAUNTS tb. 30c .


I Box&: 245 NOVELTY Mark SHOr. Fla.. FLA. If In oil types and sizes to make your Cal. dried Suns Apricots 11 oz. 31c Froz.

own cooling breeze Models os low Quick Whiting Fillet, Iba 27

as $6 $8. .

Lr.nw..w Ann fmgti Salad Dressing


From where I sit..6y Joe Marsh EXHAUST FANS Quart Ann Page 4.Vs MAYONNAISK- Pint 25o A

_
of window and =fH j t
ceiling
Wid.
s_ range Quarto S9c FlnU Sao __ .
'
models. Cool the entire house by ...
4 r
Two Heads Are Better driving out hot 0;'. drawing' ,in cool. LAM Ann Paten DRESSING THOUSAND 8 ox. lie IS. I

'
-

Than One (Or None) Ann Pap French. ., 18 ox. 19o

AIR CONDITIONINGFor Ann Page French Dress- Skinless Weiners Ib. 49cAss't'd.

,-I I get a kick oat of buying. / staff but you'd better ask Henry." "I a little more money yet a (of' more \... Style, 8 ox. ,

at the hardware store. And already have," I says "and when 'I comfort you can buy easily :2 Cold Cuts lb. 55c

I r.-- ask for little advice. from you two cautious old codgers agree installed air conditioning units lor ,

. t11N.*the two brother who run It, I'd bet my life on the decision." any room in your home or office. :

|beeaase know beforehand exactly From where I alt your own opinion .

I what UM answer will be. is worth a lot-but so's the ( e
FOR A QUICK' DCMONSTAAriON. .
! LIke when I needed new gar. other fellow's. That's why I keep -- Fla. dres'd.-drawn Fryers Ib. 53c: ,

1.Jea boM. "Henry; I says "how saying, over and over, let's be tot- SEE YOUR DEALER NOW ,

1 I.... this new plastic hose-U it eraat of UK other person's polat ?

.iwJly as good as rubbert..Well." of view-whether it's m politics... REDO KILOWATT ".. i

I I.* says, "I'm inclined to think it 1aJ'.lncor whether you like milkshake Your Racine Suvint. PowGlT A-Penn :MOTOR OIL. SAE 20. 30 or 40

[Is-bat you'd better ask Tom." sad lie prefers a temperateglasa FLORIDA COXPUY.
oC hau.ilia ,,2 I Gallon can . . 1.77, iI
1 fcnnd Tom la back and asks

the same question. "Well." f CL, tJ/d.A .,,4 'J
'
ays Tom "1A my opinion it is- "'-_ ,5,15, I V-Prem MOTOR OIL SAE 20, 30 or 4 I

C 2! ,Gallon can .. . . 1.49 .
"-"-" .e
Cepyri4At,19,9,L'jwMtf Slant Brewers FouJaiia .

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0. FRIDAY! MAT 27 1949 BRADFORD COUNTY TRLEORAPIt STARKE, FLORIDA P.\GE TIIREV

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ed in Lawtey last weekend.V. I lis a sister of Mrs. Wainwright. S S S S S S son and.Jeannette Qrlffls were the l lIa. at the City nrrictn In Slitrfco, In riro.lt ('"....t. Rradford ('.....t,.. Court and caun, wherein plaintiff'
.....
Florl.ln, until 18:00 Noon R8.T. on Klorldai In ( ..P. Necks (llvo',. Itradford County
I. Lawtey HeilbronnIty eight grade certificates at followlnir llnt home In Valdosta Ga., after teach- was the Sunday gust of her parent and! h"tt..rl:1I00dN: t-plv traetnr$00x14 ; URNS: No. 7306. Witneas my hand. and .official
ing In the Lawtey Junior High *. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Smith. Louise NormanS graduation exercises at the Rai- 4-lily tractor; Tftuxlt :-plytractor,600x19 Wrdrr >l fnblloallon aad ,Notice seal Mt Htarka, Florida, this MayOFFICIAL
'I''I By tOv. .. ..
L. H. F.tehS ford school Monday evening. ; ) ) 4-ply tractor; t A.p. 13. 1949.
S S S '. S S S S S S School during the past term. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mosely. S S S S S S S S en 8-nly trin-k) ; T5IMSO() 10-plv truck: STATW "P KLOPlinA ( SEAT) A. .T. Thomae
Mrs. J. M. returned .
ffV Bradley 825K3D lO-ply truck: 700x16 10-plv Mary Virginia Prlnurm whose .
. Mrs. Mae Wells our efficient Sr., and R.V.. Jr., were dinner Friday from Orlando where she I truck;SOtlvI( C (l-i'lv: truck; 450x20l Mrs. Louise Tenly of Starke attended postmaster, was in Lake City last' guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rey- The Heilbronn PTA met on >!ly kt.u: 700x30 10-ply: truck; vannah Oeorvln: Jc. .opn K. Skipper, 2J1 Oraham
.r.y the Lawtey WMU at the last Thursday night of last week with spent several days with Mr. and Ux7 10-ply : 4ixS m.ply; truck.Htorave You are r"itiired to appear III".... Jnck" nvllle, Florida
. week attending the National nolds In Macclenny Thursday Mrs. Gerald Cox and family.Lt. l h"It..I. for all "iittlpmntit June 13, 1941 In tb. above .. Ally for IMf. 6-13 4t 1.1
home 12 members A short
of Mrs. Grace Browning last of District Postmasters.Mrs. evening.Mrs. present. aa fnllowa: Dlrkuu truokN.
Tuesday. Mrs. Tenly Is the WMU League business meeting was held at and Mrs. J R. Jones and 1 >4 and! 2' ton trucka, bulldoavrM' ,: NOTICE
p. Wells was elected a vice Joyce Futch and Miss their children Linda Barbara and blade 1 ninchiiiA antl tractor mower,.' 1'101111 ,
District which time Mr. Cook the s hereby elven Ihllt the rt.llnwlnlf described
President of the New principal The aalvl, City riterv the rlirht lands will b.
River Association of president of the League.1 Mary Julia Futch visited Mr. and of the school, made a report on Jlmmle left Friday for their home to waive any formalltlvv In or to, .nhl .1 pllhlh' .suctl..n on the 4th tI"y .r Ju". 1949. at II o'cloek
Baptist Miss Marjorie Wall of Lake CityIs Mrs. Ovid Futch In Gainesville in Fayetteville. N. C., following a I'fjwi't any i'r all bltta.Cltv iw.n. lit the Pity hail In Ht..rke, ll'i.i.. In PRY tit. am".nt 4u. for
, churches. At this meeting the the year's work of the cafeteria.The \ of Ktark*. Florid, ::4 tax.s heidi. ut ('pposite 10 the man,". togsthrr with ..U costS
. WMU honored Miss Blithe Collins a guest of the J. E. Walls Jr., Thursday of last week. members thought he had visit with Mr. and Mrs. R, S. T"'y Carl Johns City Clerk.' auth, sale, t.n.t dvertieing.I.ueplpi.n .

,, with gifts In appreciation of her family this week. Mrs. J. L. Jones Mrs. Will handled it very efficiently and Rosier. 1.20 3t 6-S 5. T. II. n...., .......
Miss Eula Mae Eunice of Gainesville Gushing and Mrs. Bill Moyer of L.te 6.1 .r JIIk 11 Ori.Survey. ,
I. work here during the last several gave him a rising vote of thanks. BRIDGE LUNCHEON Vnflp nf ApvllratUm for Tax !>,. <>. was the weekend guest of Ormond were guests of Mrs. Jones'sister Wo regret verY much that he Is (IInu years. Mra. J. Q. Godwin was hostessat Notion. IM tirrrbv: ..I.n that C*. A. 81. Orltr. tlurv"y, Town
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mrs. T. J. Terry last
not to be with our school next Knlwht tho hiildrr of till fiillowlniccitlllcatna of "IR.ke Is 8 It .1. Fred
at her home I (
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish of Eunice. week. year. A report was also given by a bridge-luncheon (' hnn. nloil. xald. rortlncnt* ,,,.....u,,...,... ..t..... 3H II 2J Ouy 11.41
0: Jacksonville Wednesday of last week. Specimen for .a tax dcod to bit l autt thvrpon.Th W !lO I.'I of N lOt Vt ..r H'JI'iI
weekend
. were guestsof Mr. and )Ofr.. Wendell Rhoden Mrs. Q. W. Roberts spent the the treasurer Mrs. Helen Sapp. blossoms enhanced the beautyof .. certificate niimbora and v<*".. (,r NW "t IOP\: of
h. Mr. Reddlah's parents Mr. and and son. David of San Diego, weekend with relatives in DeLand. Hostesses for the evening were of luun"l .. the ,crlptlon of tho NEI't\ : .W 40 Vt as I U Eug.ne Hunter 415
Mrs. V. R. Reddish.S. the spacious dining living and ) rop.rtv, anil the names .In which Cni .t NoJ! ( ..r of \V'it ofi4I'4 .
I'I Calif., were recent guests of the Walter Terry of ChattahoocheeIs Mrs. Louise Crosby and Helen sun rooms where the prO l'ellRlr.s It Was affapHard are .aa fiilloM-ai! f rIIAonta 0' :'aJ"n )/YI '",,'
J. Futch of Jacksonville visit H. C. Watnwrlghts. Mrs. Rhoden vlaltlne the Terry family here ; Sapp. I No. I II. ----IQ-.ni.. .* I 1711 P'I. Inr 1'1 or 94.g.
'r of contract were played. The tat?. Doficrlptlon of lroprty: I.oti Then... Ito,, W 60 P't. t4I4'9
'yr.7P this week. I A. L. demons of Ruskin Is meal was served buffet style from I, of Blk S. Lincoln fltv (!>H of t't .: lb O .'t :01 1011 Ft --..5
visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. "HUH W or Ry) Soctlon SJ.: Townnhl|> to l't f.t ,t'.c 28 I U O. n. LIttle 4 $1
Miss Rachel Boycr of Jacksonville the exquisitely appointed dining a nth' Kline 29:! Ku: ..t. Nan.. In N lift I.t ..r N inS Pt ofl
..1 was the guest of her sister. 'W. C. Clemons. room table. Those who were invited which aiHHii(*.,l Sinn I'.ltoo......... All l 10:'\I 1.? ;N4V'4: I...r !sic'" 0'
.
, ENJOY THE EVENING :Mr.! and Mrs. H. W. Stearns of of Kal \l.::1. 2. I 13 O. n. Little 13.41
Mrs. Fred Moore last weekend 11'.iJ; : t'V ,.
to In this
participate lovely of Krailforil, Stnta of w L9 f SEtS of '
'. Benton Futch Is his I Tavares visited relatives here last party were Mrs. Maxwell C. Snyder l less Htirh. c.t t. or ritrta. Hhallba redfiniwti NE'4 ..fxJlJr{ ;: i.'t a EsE
to visiting weekend. nocnrcllnir to law the properly PO I') as 8 UI.: ... ldnc 11. )1\11.\ 1.81
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mrs. William A. Carter and itoacrlbetl. $ In auch Cfrlincat A II the. ? "n..llnn n' NI'14of
'. AT Mrs. Fred Johnson and childrenof j eortincntra I will to' > aold to I he sw. of .
0.
Mrs. Sum of Jacksonville !
;7 Z. Futch, in Quincy for several I I Waldo visited Mrs. A. D. Nor- ScattergoiMi hltfhuat bulilrr; :. nt the rotnt houo hal & of: I.I \.II t h.n.l
; Mrs. James A, Griffinof dour on the first Mtiiulav, : In niinithof ..t \\\\.11. "t 101.. homes
days.Mrs. man one day last week. Camp Blanding Mrs. Fletcher June Ii!>44. which' la tha A Inv If II. II. IInuMton! ('l1n.
J. P. Wyrick Is visitingher Those enjoying a fish fry on ; of June 1949. Bated this 4 day vf A. .l.nktns. 4) %V. :Moor..
THE PINE TREE INN son-in-law and daughter Mr. Burnett and Mrs J.V Andrews May 1949. a bt: one I..t 10 J. itt.
the Oklawaha River last Satur- of Kingsley Lake; Mrs. R. L. A. J. Thomas, 1'I."r": U II U 1".ldll, rlssties, Xv'. 113.11
and Mrs. Carter, In Tallahassee day were Mr. and Mrs. J. S. (' ."k of rMrcult Court of riailford One 7....I'I' SI Pt ,vilepa1vhv1s14'twJa
Matthews Mrs. O. J. MoGrlff (',,)""I V. Flurlil.*. : : I
this week. Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Mm. K. G. (Official, Seal\) J't'( 4t 8127In 1'1' ltot"nil.eI. I." t.: to..1..1.I. I.
David Shuford haA taken over sons, Mr. and Mrs. Felix l.r "I 1'1' by r".. ,lor
NO Parking Meters! Sapp Duncan, Mrs. Tom SlodP. Mrs. T. : 4'lr<*ulf C'niirf. Hrailfnrii <*4iuMtr. Marshall \V h. Ni"., ,,. .
the management of the Pure Oil and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and T. Long Mrs., Joe K. Wilson. Mrs. .'lorltlai I.In C hnitvr'rv.linnko 1.vIM" N hv .11..1t 16 .
....... T.l" .
station fOl'merlyoperated by C. R. sons. J r'lnlnrlff. va. flraprn-I 1".Inn.T'"by a CoAld
A Z. Adklna Mrs. Roy Ward. Mrs.El. Jlln (lirna-lca) !rikokiiKdlo Cure, 24 8 U tnhn"'n Ill
.
Whltehead. Friends of little Miss Anna Jean H. Adams Mrs. M. B. Ht.>.riong. Uoronil'int.. ('.t.C No. 7J75. All 'hht (.rl..ln.. 1'1..1' of14ni
C. E. of Wesconnett Johnson Wnlor nt Publicationad I.yl" H 0, Iol.
Crosby was of Waldo are grieved to
Mra. J. M. Hcmbreo, Mrs. "' otlci 1'0 4ai>..NrSTATIS 7.5.9.10! nr I"nrk ,1 flu.Kin' _
calling in Lawtey last Sunday know that she Is confined to J.' W. Kincaid. Mrs. O. L. Beasley, II( V K I. OHIO A tnnnnrojlhi :. AI.I lt.nIel, II hV ..
MriiKlcn Ilk ok 11.11. Hv 1".10" 1.t. _-
:
( Mop-
He home
morning. was returning Shadycrest to
Hospital due an Mrs. R. P. Stubbing Mrs. J. n.I ('''rK... whoa ronlilenco.. and nd. "',.. roe lit Ir ".'''n',1' 9' 8 11 noh..t 1'I..n 3.
from Lake City where he attended aceldent. We hope she will soon Kite, Mrs. Junius Smith and Mrs.R. l I.; Xrnovo.Koicula" Palm K.N.It... .........u.......".. ..."..... :ttt II :22: _. S
CLEAN USED CARS the Postmaster's Convention. be out again. YuiciiHlavIa: to: Ill .'I or 1v4 n' NP'4: -
A. Green all of Starke, and You urn r''flllh',1, to "I" ...... on I., I'l: nr.SI'JI t. 1( Darret. .-
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Holmes and Mrs. L. P. Chapman and Mrs. P. MuV 30. 19I'> In tho ahoy namod, Soil, 19 I IS 1'lIk"I'n . 'II
S S S S S S S S SPine daughter Donnie and Mr. ('.>urt and ....u... whcrrln pliiintlff, 00" 1.01 n. fleso In lispS -
Ray D.[ Fancher. Mrs. Snyder and seeks divorco. HrHdfnnl, (''(iOniC T'l- Hnnk n. I'n.." 1 U r. 8 IS 1.lIklln..n I O.
AND TRUCKSAll and Mrs. Wilbur Holmes and son Urn. Hembree were winners of ftKrraph"' ihn1l pttiill', .h thIs tirilor In T"o I..... AC n.,,. In fl.nI
LevelBy Wilbur Lee of Chester Ill., were ,tea, four. weekly Ivfiioa.XVItnopN hook itt P'iae 51.45 2ft 8 U L'nknown r 'S
high and door prize The former i my: hnnd nnrf official Corn at $L. PoP 0' NE'4' ofl'4r. ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman received powder and the latter '''al nt stark. Florida this. April ':'. lr Nnii .a rtn T.coo __._._..
Makes & Models :Mra. II. M. McRa I Friday night. They'went to a ,ST. l 1949.t'FYiI'i.L. I Ft for n .Pt n' ....... .__, _
S S S S S S S S S handkerchief ( 1'1.: > A. .T. 'Vicicp. run 11 100 l"t "'0( .. .
Jacksonville Saturday to visit ** PlorV i.t Huld ThOmll"j. Ito t:; S 100 1t 1'1' ao
i their Mr. nv Travon Croxhv, n r1T to of 1Ip' 1"11'1) 1:3 t'IIInown UI
nephew and nle We had a good attendance at Frank I.nriririiiii. ., Nlnili"' (00 nt AI') 'nr 0' SF'4 lOrNP
We BUY SELL TRADE church services last Sunday morn- Mrs. B. J. ggers. and also visited I Monday from Augusta On. Ally for l-lf. 4'SO' 4t M2"IV :'. &. run N U let 1\. .
or 107 Ft f.r S PI 0' t".w
other points of interest in the where the latter was In
a patient .
..
Th.n. .
.
Ing with 202 in the Sunday nnri'iT foesir nn ''FOil'> r..n N lIlt FI \V"W
State. They left for home Mon University Hospital undergoing 401T' \', PMMIIIMl IN.. tllAM- Inn Ft q J 1t FJ
School classes. Olson of
Hodges ii.ptv.Tnhii: Pt S.) rt flee I. T..n. 12nlll
I 2' 8 U Robert
Jacksonville brought the message I day after an enjoyable trip to tests from which friends hope r. '.n.....'. Plaintiff, ,... Junntn 1.04 (iS Peso in Peed'
Florida. she will derive definite benefit. > fromcr, tiBfondiint. Ciina No. O( 59. 1'it. 91 1) I 13 Unknown :I"I.
both Sunday morning and evening
Dowling BWainwright Mr. and Mrs. J. C. and I Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mra. 7J37.
because of the Illness of our pastor -I Sapp OnnRR rt'TlT-ir-ATIOV ."" 3.4.9,10 cf. tt'lt' 3 ..7.CI .
sons visited Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and Alviiri'. Add
Supp'a parents family were Avn NOTIPH TO APHKAItRTATK
Rev. W. E. Hall who Is suffering 10,1' '
i'trke, flres 1.111
>P FLnnlllA I I tn: I II R"h..t
Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Brown of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Sr.
'I Yongu, .. .
from a cold. Olson and hisdeal' Tunnltii. t"rotiinr. whono pdnco| .IHtl.1 I. 3.3 of Jllk I IIlah-
I Sampson City last Sunday.H. and Mrs. Emory Dean and her North I 12th Hlrort. Monror, IMVnu .: I way AtI,1 'n IIln'h.. IS 8 U nohl. n. (lt'.efl \ J'I ft"V I
wife will leave in about four
10 F' .'f r "I 4 1",1I/
are rooitlrod to appoar on
M. McRae and Mrs. Robert children, Emma Lee Billy and
weeks as missionaries to Japan. Juno 11 1 19411.< !> In the above mimtdCourt r: : k'k' IIllIhwRj/ A.Mn.
Myrlck and little daughter, Donald of Reddlck; Mr. and Mra and ,'a"88. wherein plaintiff 8 n w. A. ("o.k !II
Olson Is the son of Rev. George I..t l.nn.I Ih'un.I .
I .1
Hfka llvor.'e. lirnilford ionntyTelcivrnph nit .
Kathie visited Mrs. T. N. Nor- A. G. Yongue Jr.. and their
norm W hv H-\I. itighiwe
Hodges of Jacksonville.Mrs. ahull pttiillHh thla OrderIn Ply _._
310 Temple Ave. of Gaines man Monday. Larry and Mike. of Anthony andMI' nnxt four weakly loauoa.WltnonM N of 'l.oi I ,., ,nk) 2 0'
.
Bishop Myrick .
.I 1.lv.'rrllhv All F h"
tiand anil official noalnt
mr
Phone 179 Starke, FloridaIT'S ville spent Saturday\ night with and Mrs. Mack Yonguo and "HtnrkiFlorl'ln., thin May fl, 11449flF9rIC.IAT. ("'herrv I'll a. 1'1' I.v. I...'
their young son, Robert of Ocaln. ( SKAI.: A. J. ThoiuaaA 1 of IIIk I In 1.lv.T.IlIo".'
Mr. and Mrs. Robert She
Myrick. : .9. I',', A,1.l. In Town
Clerk of Mid ("our)
'FamntBy Mrs. L. L. Tyre went to Orlando I4tcrke 01I' I II n"a.IW" n. I".hn" III
attended church here and was a State) fly: Haven Croabr I>. ( .
dinner of Mr. and Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. 5-13 4t 6-3 1.04 I S t7'I, Ft 1.0)
ee re- guest Sunday I 2 of 1".. 1 1.tv.TroIv i '"1...
Mrs. B. M. McRae and family. Mrs. Bryan WhltfleM Lloyd Fleming. lit ,'... A,101 t,, 'nrk. U ft n heady ft. .'Uo..p: 53$
I A-C Jimmie Chnsteen recently In fin-nit en.*,, Hrmlfurd ('0.."'", I.Ilnaeta-Trehy. A It "' .:.,. ci ..P4. : .....
returned afternoon
Bishop Sunday Vlorldai In 4b.u.er. c.j'u; ",
KOCH'S AGAIN after spending Saturday night and S S S S S S transferred from Penaarola AirBase Hnmuol 1 \ llcox. I'lalnllff. va ('In,,"".. 1.01. 1 & 2 of nlk IS" W .-

Sunday at the Naval Air Base Sympathy la extended to Mrs. to Whiting Field spent the Itnin Wlluox I Jxifrndiint, ('its.. No. e2 Ft of Illk 1/1"/ IS'A.rlH
7299. Murk rotrmnnIliimrr T 47
: of Hlk 17 A II
Jacksonville where he flew a J. L. Dowling. to J. L. Dowling past weekend with Mr. and Mrs.J. trilor of Pnbllcallon aadollr. lol I ,., IIIK' ?7 Wlllluin" 1 *f

FOR bombing test Sunday morning. He Jr., and to other bereaved relatives R. Chasteen. 'vs AaaoarMTATB i.otlldIFtoff.otI' was accompanied back by John In the recent death of J. L. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turney and Rain Wilcox whoa rvalli Lot I of l-lk 41 T .1. Alderman. MJ.5t
I I ..nua la utiknownt .....'.. Add. lo Stark. :IX II
student Dowling. Interment was In North Mm. Clara Stahl Sunday 12'H
Yanaros who Is also a spent You Sc.
I
are roqulrod( tn nppenr on iot 10 or ink' asFart WllklxMr
GRADUATIONGIFTS S at the University In Gainesville. Prong Cemetery near Macclenny with Mr. and Mr*. Charles W. Jilita 14. 1949 In tho above namd ) :: 'I Hlk, A .. J. t.'. MannlnirWm. .
last Wednesday. Tbrney\ and In Fruitland Court. and c"u"., wherein pliilnllffooeka IMttrnwraf. aan-ni"lnle. >ft A S3r.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and I family diver.. rirndfonl County ."ta A-tI of Mlk It 1). ilalsiq I I III
children of Jacksonville were Park. I Telojrrnph. ahall puhllMh this Order ...".... Crepe unK-IUr. 21 BRIDGE 'CLUB MEETINGMrs. In nest four Weekly 10........ ..>ta 1. .tI-.1I( Klk I If A. MfinanunIf I r4
visiting the H. M. McRaes Sun- J. C. Wallace WltneuM. mv bund and 1 official l.ol fill 2 A. Munap.a 1 0*
entertainedthe .
day afternoon. lm Ctrrmli Court.. Bradford (....t,.. "I'alnt Stark, Florida, this May l.oln lI.'j'" of nik 2 H'A. MnnuftmhM t.7tt
State Farm Bridge Club at Florid i lm (."'........,.. 9: lilt Lots 1-1-9 of Hlk 1 A. MflniiHHa Si
Rev. and Mrs. O. J. Raulersonof her home Thursday afternoon of I.lllln K.lrm. I'urvln, Plaintiff v.. (OKK1CIAI.. IIF"I.> A..I Thomas ,I..,,. 7.M-B-IO of flk 3 Alfred liar: :,,.. act
Jacksonville visited his uncle fllnby Franklin purvln.. l>.Cen last week. Attractive color combinations Cuss No. 7118. fly Haven Croiby it. c. .,n..",i*.
and aunt Mr. ard Mrs. }1. M. were achieved In arrangements Order ., Bbllratloa .. McRae last week. fo Aop.orH
of early summer TAT H OK K I. O K I l> At.l -.'
We are sorry to hear of the rilnhy Kranklln I'urvln., whoH artdr .
Whitman's
& Hollingsworth CatuKes flowers that were placed to adVantage
illness of Mrs. Emma Mott. SheIs ..HH ,I.. SI II I K*"t WuMbur* L'tIr.t

Complete Line of Cosmetics in the hospital at Gainesville.Mrs. and dining In decorating rooms. Joining the living the Havunimh You are O roqulrAd..ora la: to appear on NEVER B-U-Y BEFORE YOU T-R-Y

Pellum and ch'.Mren; of Juno 30. 1949. In the abovn n..m..d l
players at the refreshment hour Court and cauao, whornln, plaintifffteka
Fine Bill Folds Starke visited Mrs. Arthur Mc- when a dessert course wan served .. fllvoroo ear., custody ft control
Rae Monday afternoon.Mrs. of minor ""11.1 r..n. nrailfurdfiiunty ,
were Mrs. W. E. Feagle Mrs. TMrnrraph shall
Stationery Pocket Knives pnhllHh thli
Tommy Lewis Mrs. Paul C. Harden and Mrs. R. C. E.I Order In n..xc four weekly ,lfmu. ..*.
Faulkner and Mrs. Buddy Lewis VVItn ,K.. my hand. an Ball Point Pens Mrs. Lee won the guest bingo ni>al at Htarhe, Flurldu, this May
were visiting Mrs. Robert Myrick prize while Mrs. D. L. Nix I 15. !l 154').
won
Brushes Hose Wednesday evening. Also Miss (OFFICIAL. URAL A. 3. thnniB.
Nylon the one for club members. In A* Cl..rk of n&IU Court
Ann Carlton of Jacksonville was I contract Mrs. M. E. Grlner fly Haven. Cro..",.. D C.
Sweetheart Purses calling on Mrs. Myrick Friday received U..o. W. DnnritlakH, JIIN. A. Iiohprty,
high prize and Mrs. J. R. Sal Smith H1il.., JnckKOrwIllo,
S night of last .week. Kite second high. Ally for fit. 8-20 41 !
And Numerous Other Gifts Carol __ STORESYOUR
Misses Shirley Kelly. I 1"10"1 SUPER
CALL roll 1111)1ScaisI
Johnson, and Shirley McRae were I II Summer holidays began Mon. I II hld for furnlHhlnir '.

dinner guests tof Miss Betty Jo I day for the boys and girls who Trantor Tlrtin and Ititltnrlna. for all
I qulpmint of lh e city ',t Hiarko.Florida .
OF I
ALSOAGOODASSORTMENT Denmark Sunday.Mrs. attend Union County schools. for the onaiilna twelvemonth ,
H. H. Lewis is spendinga Wanda Lee Llnzy Ernest Ander. I will h. r.<-lvnl l bv lh.cny$
Council, of the City of Flor-
I Htarke
few with her son-in-law
GRADUATION CARDS days
and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bishop MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK

I Thomas at Brooker. The Thomas

children are ill with measles and VENETIAN BLINDSFOR TIIISJofANY; MOKE GROCERY: & !MEAT: SPECIALS: SEE:.: JAX PAPERS

we hope they will soon be well

again. We miss them so much at QUALITY GET
Koch Store
Drug Sunday School and church.
Yardley & Win-Do-Lux BlindsFor McORATH'S MAXWELL:' HOUSE

l-ll CLUB PICNIC

The Sunnybrook 4-H Club tooka Cleaning And For Making Your '

-- .-.. trip to Hampton Lake Saturday, Old lilinri New Attain Pork & Beans COFFEEPound
May 21. with the director, Miss
Ross. The girls went In swim IlftUr A CAKI) TO IT'4MRVE1.Oh1S \
I
ming and afterward enjoyed a picniC : !

lunch. Those present were M. D. GASSETTItox BIG 1

1 Kathryn Kelly Barbara Jane :

Thomas, Betty Jo Starling. Joyce 31;) Starke. Fla. VEL PackageS

Thomas Shirley MrRae, Joan 22 oz. Can

d' Starling. Pansy Crosby BeverlyJo Large l'li'kagci9C

Crosby Mary Alice Crosby.

and one visitor Robert Kelly. Mrs.J. c "

R. .Kelly drove her car and

carried some of the! girls. 1'v ESTfcRNUTO 10 ., < 45


S S S S S S S \SSOC\Mt\ StOM 4 ".


New RiverAND

Horn&Q'wnqd aid Qpcr&.d by

LONG BRIDGE

By 1'1,.. E. A. Saw J. F. JAUDON c


The All 'Round Tractor S Rev.S S Fred S Dodd. S filled. S his S regular S- 115 Went Call St. Starke, Fla. SNOWDRIFT 3 lb. Can 69


appointment at Long Bridge*
Complete line Auto Accessories Tires ,
_,
THE FARM Sunday morning and night. H*
ALL 'ROUND flatteries .. Outboard Motors .. Fishing

ALL YEAR 'ROUND of and Mra.Mr.his and Stella family Mrs.Andrew.were Chester dinner of Andrew guest Miami dreds Tackle of. .other. Radio items) .. Hicycles. .: : And Hun Vita Food PURE APPLE JELLY, 2J Ib. jar 23c


Why Bur a tractor that fives I you only part-tint service? III vlalUng Mr. and Mrs. Will Andrews -

Working time Is what counts, and the Ford Tractor doos and other relative 15cLibbv's

such m variety .f jobs that "works. nor hours, saves Mr*. Jei le Lee Lazenby of Carolina Club Sweet Mixed PICKLES, 16 oz. jar

more hours." Qalneavllla was an overnight guestof CONWAY'S SERVICE STATION

Touch Control Implement Position Fonle Crew Monday night and
Ford Hydraulic
Control Triple-Quick Attaching of little Donnle Crews returned home |AMOCO Gas & Oil Electric Welding PINEAPPLE JUICE No. 2 can - 15c

:'4 Dearborn .atsBaHkSk f with her for a vl lt. ,
Implements..andtboblf 1\11'1I. r..ob.rtVard and childrenof Washing' Gn-Mlnic Tlrro. Tubes' Btattt'rl Are) -
line of Implements makes this THE Pork Roast
Stark. were weekend guests !MId on Bt'DOET FLAN. or

ell 'round tractor. By all means of their parent*, Mr. and Mr. E. PHONE 147 FOR SERVICE Skinless C Chops also c
com in and got the facts. You .

will Ilk our parts and service l.IIJ: t A.Mr Sapp.*. Francis My of Lake Butler FRANKS 29 VEAL CHOPS 39 H..

departments .... and Miss Hazel Phillips of RIDE FLORIDA GREYHOUND BUSSES Sliced: Kindles tb Assorted IU.:

.
SPEED SAFETY COMFORT ECONOMY BACON
rnerea attended church at LongBridge COLD CUTS


DIXIE EQUIPMENT Inc. Mr. and Sunday Mr*.night.Harold Shiver of \LEARN TO FLY the easy u'ay. Pay a*

Oainevllle visited Mr. Nan Merrill
143S: West Main Street, South Saturday night and Sunday. lyou learn. Special charter trips and sightseeing -


Phone 2639 Gainesville. Fla. the M.sick L. John list this and week.family W*are wish on \ trips by appointment. Phone H7\\ Veal Breast or Stew, lb. 25c


hem a speedy recovery.

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FR1D\V. MAY :27.' 1949
FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TARKK, FLORIDA' 1




\ __-- e. Annual Junior Senior Banquet Is A'Brilliant SuccessWith I AND TOURIST C OF C CLUB NEWSThe :j

shuffleboard sticks
I new and
a clever theme of "Stars a cues hive: arrived for the Tourist y

of 'tU"!) at Antolne's, the annual Club. The membcia and friends :

,,,A., Junior-Senior Banquet was a bril- I of the Club wish to thank the St. \

liant event of last Friday eveningin r 'Ita 1 Edwards Catholic Church Recreation :
as
.
Office 1R aldeneo the Woman's Club building.. t Club for the donation of i
Gladys Mooty
rhoe 29 Editor rhODe U .A colorfully lighted electric 1Ip M .. $12.65 to buy one set
sign heralding "Antoine's" was The Club met on the courthouse s

., - --- lawn Tuesday night. Games wcr.
- -- placed over the entrance to the 1-

club building, and cafe atmosphere enjoyed and refreshments wereserved S;
B & P W Members Coronation ServiceAt was further enhanced by late In the evening Ii ;

Attend FederationIn Baptist ChurchThe theatrical-type displays on swing- has been the hope of the\ Club to a

Ing doors leading into the build- really get; going on the shuffleboard -

Jacksonville annual coronation and courts, so next tall, when

recognition services for membersof ing.The banquet tables at which r. the winter visitors arrive, they J
Mrs. Loyree Hartman Mrs. Mar the Baptist Church ,were held N will have some good competition. 0
seated the honored guests
and were >
lon Faulk, Mrs. Lillian Davis Wednesday. of last week In the If you haven't read the article
seventy-five' members of the Sen-
:Mrs. Lillian Ray members ProfessionalWoman's of the auditorium of the church. The ior Class their hosts the Jun- written by our own Berry Johns., -
Starke Business and decorated with basketsof In this month's Progressive
church was published -
Club, attended several lore, and members of the high
gladioli and! Queen Anne's lace covered Delsel Magazine you bet.
Federationof school faculty were
sessions of the Florida for the occasion. ter do so Surely can't afford to
linen cloths and
with white
B A P W Clubs In the George graced
Hotel, Jacksonville, The theme "Go Ye Thereforeand at Intervals by low arrange- miss Interesting reading: published

Washington and Saturday Teach All Nations"! was placed ments of mixed spring flowers. I by our home folks. Berry sure.

last Friday at the front of the auditorium.Mrs. Favors were miniature hats and SJ 4//, w does a swell job of boosting ourI
Mrs. Hartmann attended the H. A LAwson, Young Peo- long-stemmed' glasses Individually V'' i. I I city and needs. a might big wordof
For Better Living1' '
"Opening Doors the welcome praise. Go ahead Mr. Johns
which ple's leader gave etched with the name of each s
luncheon Friday at Director, and presented the following with guest, ; I we need more like that. When
Olive HiiBton, Executive their counselors: The YWA's, Mrs. business men speak the outsider
I French quarter atmosphere was
National Federation, spoke on' Marshall Nagle, counselor, entered will listen and that is what we
"Legislation." The State further carried out in the cos-
new watchword Miss .
and gave their tumes of the waitresses, who need.A
Emblem Awards were
Song and this occasion to St. Dolores McKnight, president gave wore short black dresses with I GALA SCENE: at the Junior-Senior Banquet) .lr. the Woman's Club I few good pictures like this
made on The R. A.'s silver stars. on specific articles will help to
and Orlando. The the scripture reading white ruffled aprons, white lace I building wt Friday night It Known In alcove photograph by Hollywood 4'
Petersburg entered the church next with Miss Madge/ Whlgham and Marshall ] create the development necessary
shapedlike collars, and ruffled In their Camera) & out The -
caps
Shop eVl."ntall described an of tae
emblem Is a plastic pen one _
their counselor! Mrs M. Nagle, hair. Walters dressed In Nagle, member of the fac- i, ; to bring industrial-minded men Into -
were .
Florida. nioxt mirriMuifu of Its kind In recent '
their watch and of the Junior years contact with us.
leading. They gave ulty sponsors 2 49 i
black trousers, white shirts, and
Starke was a hostess club at word and sang their ft. A. Hymn. black bow ties. Class, had general supervision of -Marian Howe, Sec'y.
Saturday's International Rela- Sonny Tenly and Charles Jenkins this successful event while the i

tions luncheon and the program were promoted to their next rank. During the delicious three- student Banquet Committee was Mlvt Joan Carpenter and escort, DENNIS KITLER
was a mock session of United Nations course dinner a program of entertainment composed of the following members Jllly Smith I
The O. A.:. entered the church Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Kitler of
Assembly. The Starke was presented, Including of the Junior Class: Olenn
next with their counselors, Mrs. Edward Starke, a son, Dennis born May
popular by Massey
songs
Marion Faulk presented
president, Conner, Peggy Tilley, Gloria Nor- M 16
the hostess clubs and Miss L. D. Haines, Mrs Jesse New- and Dick Dickey, and folk dances man, Clayton Strickland, Grace ir

Treva Moore, International Relations -I I some and Mrs D. L. Thomas. by the waiters and waltresxoa Crews Jack Wainwright Mary- Your loHt chance-! One-fourth off

Chairman. ;They were attended by three Glenn Conner, president of the cille Darley, Rebecca Brown Jack e s s't on all Graduation Gifts! Strong

Mrs. Faulk was seated at the.peaker' maidens, Janice Jenkins, Jacque- Junior Class, served as Toastma-, Eaves' Betty Ann Long Jim God- JMWi"rY.
ter. A toast to the faculty was win Ellen Scarle Cozatt
Peggy
table and was presentedwith line Jenkins and Jacqueline Tan- I
given by Pat McGrlff, with response Joyce Newsome, Esther Shuford,
made of stamps followed by Patty Lawson
ner,
a corsage
BUS Chas.
and Elise Lawson, by Principal Jimmy Lee Joann Dinklns Elizabeth -
from foreign countries which car- lady-In-waiting The Queens, Eloise S. Paitln. The toast to the Senior Crawford, Joan Parker, Mar- ..st"Y GRADUATIONGIFTS
ried out the United Nations theme. princess. Class was given by Pegs,' Dale Ian McRae, Dolores McKnight,
Thomas and Sylvia Alvarez, were
All guests were given gladioli corsages next to enter the church and were Cozatt .with response by Kenneth Manez Dodd, Mary Green Nevena ii 1
Busli- Grlder, president of the graduating Martin, Robert Stefanelll Betty
as they entered. The attended by flower girls. Mary .
class. The program was opened Ann Long and Grace Dickinson
Club made the clever place Ann Long and Scleta Thomas j
nell with an Invocation by Lewis
Members of
the
Sophomore "
cards which were tiny May poles Each queen knelt on a green pillow I I .
Haines, II, and guests were Introduced Class selected for waiters and \ .t
wrapped with narrow ribbon. In the center of the platformand Lee. 1 $ + r
by Jimmy waitresses were: Jack Ha/en.;! See- h' '
various nations were were presented their crowns ?
Dolls from
Surprise highlight of the event ber Andrews, Ovid Bennett, Dan ; \F
I t ,
a ? \
placed along the speakers table by Mrs L. D. Halnes. t *. '
was color movie entitled "About Wainwright, Thomas Hamilton ,
and on the other tables were arrangements Next to enter were Helen Haines, a 1 rN.". '
Donald Bennett Kenneth Johns, '. ,
Bradford Stars"
Town with the ,
of the
of Edna Coleman,
tiny flags Joan Tenly and '
Nancy Knight Clara Thomas, Sue
which was exhibited after dinner I' i i
United Nations. The Starke Club their advanced
who are working on -
Miss Carlisle This Biggs, Peggy Caldwell. Montie :'I., -
by Audrey ,
donated three door prizes which steps Each told of some partof
Idell Durban Clara -
Mulchings, ,
highly entertaining feature, which 4r.44
were black and white plastic cor- the work they had completed.The depicted the varied activities of Dean Cox Edward Maaaey, and i
ner shelves for the bathroom. concluding prayer was offeredby .
students and teachers In and a- Harry Edwards
These were given to the local Rev. L. D. Haines .r
round BUS[ wan filmed and edited Folk dances were staged under : AT
club Florida Plastics. CARPENTER'S
by I the direction of Miss
by Miss Carlisle over a period of Oleta Green, 4
GlatzauMcBrideFriends leveral weeks during the school 'and tho delicious menu was pre-

UDC PicnicThe year and brought forth many pared by Mrs. Tyler Jones, man. *. Bill folds
of Mr. and Mrs. Wllbu.1' laughs and much applause from :ager of the BHS cafeteria '",
annual picnic of W. T A. Scott will be Interested In the the appreciative audience. Home room mothers assisting *. Flash Lights

Weeks Chapter, UDC., will be approaching marriage of their I with arrangements for the affair
.
held at the home of Mrs. Barbara 'nephew, Bobby Glatzau, of De- Following the banquet, the evenIng's I were Mrs Nelson Green Mrs. L Pictured at dance following the banquet are (left to right)* Jerk Sun Glasses

Breazeale on Klngsley Lake, Land to Miss Betty Ann McBride I festivities were concluded F. Dinklns, Mrs Euslls McKnight, Wainwright, Joyce >eWHonw, Joann Din kin's and Jack Euves.Enjnjlng Miss Manes Dad. and escort, 1(1( Watches

Wednesday, June 1, beginning at of Orlando. The wedding will take with a dance In the USO build- and Mrs. W J. Dodd. ,... Dan Prtefct.
,
11 a. m. Each member will carrya place June 5 at 4 o'clock In the ing where blue and silver streamers '". .,... *. Electric Razors
covered dlah. Oakland Church No extended from the center of r Ar+M..a+..
Presbyterian r.rnssja K
invitations are being Issued but the auditorium to the walla. Tab- Mrs. Edwards Will *. After Shave Lotion

Strong will never do It again! All friends of the bridal couple lea were placed around the edgeof Present Pupils t sty J

One-fourth off on all nirrt-lian- I elect are Invited to attend the the dance floor, cabaret style, *. Thermos Bottles

clliIe. wedding. and the stage background was I Mrs Will Edwards will presenther trw z *. Travel Kits

1 .. blue crepe paper, covered with music class In a recital Monday .

--- night. May 30, at 8 o'clock *. Kodaks
Phone 52-J io. I In the Woman's Club

9pB}y OY.DEE SERVICE Pupils taking part will be Mary *. Shaeffer I

w. votlow TM. iron :Mrs. Hartmann Agnes Matthews Shlanne Smith, lll I Pen & Pencil Sets
1iIrn i Barbara Bates, "
Terry Futch Ly- iir
nell\ Dodd 1. Nancy Bates, Clara } : l j *. Gift Stationery

Yes The Tourists And Transients Like Jean Mundy Sandra Johns, Mary : :
*
f."l a \ "Thank You"
Carol Besnent James Lawson, ,) t frl. Notes t

Our Food. SALE ON Carolyn Crews Pamela Lawson, lit., '. *. Hose
w
William Ingram, Manez Dodd. .
"
i nut we still have time to cater :' .
\ RADIOSCombinations Joan Tcnley. Nan Robinson, Kathryn '" :," 1.r. < '. ."W/I,;; "," *" Beach Bags j
to the home folk We appreciate Johns, Barbara Jean Prevatt, : "
,
/ 'r
: I Levy Canova, Jr., Betty Williams, *. Shaving Sets
your buwlnrnt. and. always ":. '. ..
Mary Louise Durshimer, Barbara 1 ; "

try to please our friend. at h me.l I Moore, Julia Lawson Ada. Edwards : ,,, .' ., .

= I Mary Julia Futch, Delyne Helena Rubenstein's
Crews, Gaylu Moore David I'.r'' '
F H Hwu : ; :
Browning!! David Kelly, Wendell :: Miss Madge Browmlee and
Still Serving Our Famous BusinessIen's: Were 167.95 ,1) /: escort, COLOGNETown i
Kelly, Butch Lee Joanne Lee, ): I fir .odet dames ChaatoenHomecoming .

I.UNCIIJOc: Connie Harley, and Jackie Harley.. ;: I M I &: Country Whit

GUIDON GRILL Now $99.00CONSOLES The public Is cordially Invited. Sunday I Flame Command. ,Performance. Heavensent. .. a, dApple .


GKO. KOPELOUSOSIIEmIYi Ladies Auxiliary At Eden Church i Blossom .

Met TuesdayThe I
Homecoming and an All-Utj'
Sing will be observed '
at Eden
Ladles Baplst "-
Auxiliary of the + CORDAY PERFUME
: Church two miles
north of
THEATRE Were 104.95 ular Presbyterian meeting church Tuesday held evening Its reg-In Hawthorne, Sunday May 29. "Toujours Moi"Cara

: the home of Mrs. W J. Chandler the fe.mitle... are (left lo right)! Vernon ('rushy, Harm It Is announced that the Bradford

STARKE Now $75.00Small with ten members and two guests J Roberto" Dolores M Knight, and Drew K.-dilish. Alachua. and Putnam Coun-

present. ty Singing Convention will b- Nome
Mrs E. M. Davie had charge of -- present as will singers: And qua, Cologne

Saturday May 28 Tues., Wed., May\1 31, Jun. 1 I i devotions, consisting of song, Farewell Party ettes from nearby cities. And Perfume
DOUBLE FEATURE All persons who like
scripture reading meditation and I sing or
DOUKLE FEATURE RadiosAt sentence prayers Announcementswere For Mrs. LongA good Gospel singing !are invited to

.,seas .A11 made of the summer confer. Itr come and bring a basket, as din
Greatly ences sponsored by the synod of Bon Voyage garden party : ner will be served on the grounds. ALL GIFTS J
ADS'I Florida to bo held at Rorkledge for Mrs\ T. T. Long was a do-
ltaibara Stormy yt.k*
I i ? and Mt. Dora Mrs. T. N. Kendrick Ightful affair given Tuesday To Receive Degrees WRAPPED FREE

Burr Lancaster REDUCED conducted the quiz followedby evening by Mrs. J.V.. Klnc-Ud:

i a piano solo by Mrs. II V and Mrs O L. Beasley. From UniversityAmong i

e I Knight Mrs Lemuel Colson Overhead lights In the Bisasley
PRICES the 967 candidates forlegrees GRADUATIONCARDS
made a talk on China and Illustrated garden lent a festive atmosphere.I : who will receive -
points with graphs. After I tables set up on the lawn mas in Commencement diplo- ]
the reading of the minutes the held plaques of royal blue del weekend
exercises at the
University
treasurer reported $63.27 on hand, phenlum and yellow and gold of
SOFA BEDS Florida June 3 &: 6, will be: L.
'i Mrs. W J. Chandler received marigolds! down the centers carrying I
t rtlt Marshall Nagle Jr.. MEd Beville
thankyou notes from Cordele, Ga out the Fiesta color !scheme ; I CARPENTER'SThe
S. Outlaw. Jr., BCE, and Leonard
and San Juan Puerto Rico for hospital Fiesta china service also used )
I All Prices I was '
1 hr.1 +.n ]
F.
And "Far Frontier" Smith, Jr., BSF, all of Starke,
supplies sent from the Auxiliary Intimate friends of Mrs.
Long
. / and Deforette
Roy Oriffla, BAE, Rexall Store
With Roy Roger To
;
, secure an electric coffee brought small going away presents of Lawtey.

And. "RACING LUCK" urn for the church, each member uhlchwern presented to her 4L41P'rill This will be the largest class PHONE 64 .

With Gloria Henry WASHERSG of the auxiliary will be called in a replica of a ship ever to graduate from the ]
Sun. IMon., May 29, 30 upon to do her part Mrs. Lem- i University. STARKE, FLORIDA
Of the 967 total. 731: are
uel Colson favored the group withan WCTU MeetingThe veterans, and 83 are women.

JOHN WAYNE Thur*.. Frl.. June'2. 3 Impromptu piano solo.Mrs.
DOUBLE Chandler, assisted by her ...
FEATURE May meeting of the Laura
GAIL RUSSELL REDUCED ''sister Mrs Godwin served an I, Scott WCTU will be held at the Don't Let
Ice course to the 12 ladles present. Summer Static
Creatal S.ordhw home of the president Mrs. W N :

t r Johnson Friday !May 27, at 3
Junior WomenTo o'clock. A good attendance l Is

Meet June 2 desired. [INTERFERE With' Your ]


.1 u I t V.. HARTFurniture The Junior Women's Club :will GIRL SCOUT NEWSThe RADIO! :

7i hold its regular meeting Thursday, ENJOYMENT !

June 2. at 8 p. m. Girl Scouts will sponsor a

A book review of "None But benefit bridge party In the Woman's -

i The Brave" by Marshall will be Club tonight (Friday). We (SK forFREE Demonstration

given by Mrs. L. G. Powell. are very sorry to hear about Mrs. F M in your _

ii I Hostesses for the! evening will 'Carney'j little girl being In the home )
be Mrs. J. W. Mcintosh Mrs.. T. hospital and hope she'll be well
Miss JIIIM Caldwell and escort,
COMPANYEast \v. AtUway Mrs. 'V, T. Jackson soon


Mrs. Neal Joyner and Mrs. The Scouts had a baseball frame Pat MrGrlff. CHAS.

Call Street A. Bishop Jr. H'I at their meeting and cold drinks C. SHEPHERDAT

And Mrs. H. H. Adam., for refreshments All girls over LAnKY DALE WATERSMr.

Starke, Fla. announces that an executive board 9 and under 18 are urged to Join and Mrs.' Leland Lee Watersof | GArs SERVICE STATION Madison & Court SU.

Man of Conquest meeting! will be held at 7 p. I the Troop. Jane Brandt and Starke a son, Larry Dale, born I

preceding the regular meeting1.m'l I Lynn Davis. i May 16. PHONE 10AGE -



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FRIDAY, MAY :27. 1940 BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPH. 8TARKK.! FLORIDA PACK mneMi
-
-' --- - .

Mrs. E. K. Mrs Paul Wilkerson and daughter I one day last week.
J
turned home Saturday from a lust Friday for Bethlehem Paula of Branford were Rev. Wlmlell Wltte of DeLand .

five weeks visit In Pennsylvania.She Pa., to visit their son and daugh weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. I filled his regular appointment at R B ALVAREL & SON TKANSFEK AND:

spent three weeks as the ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. E. K. David Kelly. Corinth Church Sunday STORAGE CO.We .

guest of Mr. and Mrs K J. Perryman, Jr., for ton days Mr. and Mrs J. L. Simmons I Mrs. Uosto McKnabb and son

Schwab In Duquesne and two Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazcn and have moved. to their summer cottage Mickey of Lake Butler, were b operate )teal .

weeks with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mrs. A. E. McKlnney .were dinner on Lake Geneva Keystone visiting her sister and brolli.M-m C .

Mullin In Philadelphia. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Heights. They have an their law. Mr and Mrs. J. It. 1 Kelly, R.0.tStl'AAf2' SO t & long itl-t Rce,

..... ... ,r.. A .., '! Miss Dottle Sue Biggs( and I. It. Hazen In Jacksonville. guests this week Mr. and Mrs. recently. c;:)) 1 3Iw..I rMO IN ,Wy anywhere, In VJ*.
Mrs. May Hawkins and son P. W Horne and daughter Frances : Ap
Bobby Biggs ;were In Ruatls Sun.day'as -
and Mrs. E. M. Davis hud Among those who had Sunday
Mrs
A \
L Sullivan ot Theresa
\ the guest of Mr. and Mrs Paul of Waldo spent Sunday with of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Simmons dinner with Mr. KXCKUU.XTSTORAftK: ;
hind Mrs Frank q
their Sunday guests, Miss visited her sister, Mrs D.
us
I \\1 A Monteith. Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson. and guests plan to upend Norman
ID.I wore Beninh
Rev
Anderson, Mrs. Pauline Moore Kelly
Mamie on Saturday. the weekend at the Shnmon'scamp
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Murphrey a ,
Stone, Mrs George L. Thomas and I Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin were :I Lt. VlrflnlaVarren, Nurses I left Tuesday for a two weeks vacation on Horseshoe Bay Wlndt'll Witte of DeUinil and ; d
Mrs. S. O. Mlnton and son, Michael In Jacksonville business Tuesday Corps returned to New Smyrna Pansy Crosby. Sr: .'.U'JI..J"flt:8
on I( with Mrs. Murphrey's parents Buddy Faxon, a student at Mrs.
all ot Archer. I| Beach Monday after v"liUnjMr.\ Mai-Rio! Undvrhlll and
I Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Melvin,
1 and Mrs. J. B. Cottrell for a Florida Southern College in Lakeland Wayne Edwards of Starke wore Agents For -

Mr and Mrs. Paul Etheridge ot Strong will never' do! It again! I I I week. Winchester, Va. spent the weekend here with visiting Mr. and \Mrs. t,. A. Crosby -

Jacksonville were Sunday guests One-fourth off on all nu>r<-hunillse. Dr. and Mrs M. B. Herlong were Friends of Mrs. Clara Peek will his mother, Mrs. W D. Faxon.Sunnybrook. Sunday and attended church DelcherBros. See us first!

ot Mr. and Mrs J. L. Anderson. I In Jacksonville the we..kendvlRIUnjt' be happy to hear she Is expectedto that night.

I over leave the hospital today after .
friends and relatives Mrs. 1 I being confined for a month due Gainesville
Mrs. H. Tolbert Black was visitIng Saturday
to serious Illness. Mrs Peek is
a
I Mr. Black In Lake City over _
her home with her niece, r-- ..-----.--------------eeee..eaeeee nssrrfl
: making --------- - "
the weekend.Mrs.
Mrs. C. H. Hall In Newton. Ga. lly Panda CrunbyIIVVIilHK
Carrie Rltch and son. Dr. .. :11Al1OCANY\ : EXTENSION: I r *
Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly:: were >
Tom Rltch will arrive home this
Duncan
visiting relatives in Tampa and I'hyfe"DINING
weekend from New London Conn. : KNJOYF.n:

6 a 8 Dr, Ritch was discharged from lie Plant Hogan City and lant week Mrs. Ethel Mrs. Mol-Alt. Rev Windell Wltte entertained TABLES iW1if)

the submarine base In New Lon- man of Tampa came home with |Ia group of young! people Saturday

don recently and Mrs. Bitch had I night with a hay rhill. The
i young
their brother David Kelly for a
spent the past month there with I folks. all met at Bule Crosby's Regular Value, 99.50
few days visit. N
him.Mrs. Scott house about 6 o'clock. About 7 A V E'
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. S
Kate S. Powell of Jackson were visiting Mrs Grace Ensign o'clock Mr. Brown's team of Sale Price $75 4. !

ville and Mrs. Ruby Klmbrough of and daughter, Miss Carol Ensignand mules driven by N. D. Thomas 21.50 .. .
Ocala were recent visitors of Mrs.R. folks
arrived to the
son, Neal In Gainesville last carry young This is chance in nice table.
S. Fernandez. Friday. on a hay ride to Sampson Lake. your to pick up a bargain a

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cole of Lake When
they got there they played/
Mr. and Mrs. H. .M. Hallman,
City spent the weekend with their games and roasted weiners. The F
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Gibson, Mr.
daughter, Mrs. Hal Glllen, and and Mrs. "'. H. Box and daughter (group was chaperoned by Mr and 5 PieceSOLID "l I. A It C J K Oat J Ki 1
family.
Mrs. J. K. Kelly and Kev Win-
Joan were weekend guests of Mr.
O'le-fourlh off Watrhe.
nn dell. Witte.
and Mrs. David. Kelly.
"- -- Gift, rto. Strong Jeweler*.
---J- -" ':'"- -=:: Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cottrell en OININfi i TABLES
_. "= ::. Mrs. George C. Livingston has Tax Collector J. R. Kelly and
:- --;-. .
": tertained at a delightful picnic in
OAK
-
of from Starke
- ... -- returned to her home In Tampa a group men were
their yard Sunday. Enjoying the
after spending the past three business visitors to Tallahassee
occasion were Mrs. H. B. Garrett
weeks here with Mrs. J. M. '
and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Lee and Dinette
FARROWING HOUSEfor
Mitchell and Miss Lucite Mitchell. = $$36.50
grandson Teddy Kohl, of Jack \
During; her stay In Starke, Mrs. .
better pork production! sonville. ? -NOTICE-
Livingston was delightfully entertained
Mrs. J, H. DuPre was In Jack SuitConsist
by her many friends In sonville on business Wednesday\ I WILL IIXVK.SKVF.KAL : -- I Ret Juar: 10.50!) Value

for convenience, efficiency and sanitation build your hog houseof Starke and surrounding towns. Mrs. L. A. Davis will return NEW: Two Kvtrit: l.uvr -

CONCRETE BLOCKS. It will, provide dry worm quarters and Mrs. Thelma Thomas left Sun from Atlanta Ga., Sunday after "u, of Extension: Table {TI' also hate. their, to muu-li 1
free from There's size fit, day for Fernandina for an extended SEWINGMACHINES ;
is easily kept parasites. a to your needs. a week's visit.
visit. and Four Chairs,
.... for details. We deliver. Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly Mrs. "
Phone.... complete Mr. and Mrs. Dave Pcnoyer,
Mollle\ Hogan and Mrs. .Ethel: Alt-
Mrs. Jennie Penoycr, and Mrs. Regular 79.50 Value GlANieURJiUG
man were visiting Mr and Mrs.F. On 1I1"1.lay>l At '
Lorraine DuBose spent the weekend
UOCNS .IIICKS IAStS H. Box, Mr. and Mrs Raymond '
CONCRETE aa guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Crawford Miss CorrlneKelly FLORIDA FUEL ;*'ZX>!XW 5 fr1'WS?''*'I..:
DIAIN AND ROOF TILE Sale I Price 49.50 .
FLOOI. E. Beam. OPEN: A fllAltr.KACCOUNT : tZf*
(* *
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert no W: can st. v: !
Mrs. Rosa Girton of St. Petersburg
UADY MIXED CONCUR AND CEMENT .
Dllllon In Jacksonville Monday : ; :
:i.
':
was In Starke last weekend ,
On June 3 & 4 Just Thin Suit '
visiting friends and attending to Mrs. F. H. Long spent the early See ItlllLl() YOUR i I tjj _

MEETS ALL A.S.T.M. SPECIFICATIONS businens. part of the week In Jacksonvillewith You'll ttuy It (CREDIT! _... ..
Dr. and Mrs. Bryant S. Car.
Mr. and Mrs. George K. Bennett .

Aiuiis Building Supply Inc. and son, Kern of Jacksonville roll.Never again Strong. One- Itrlnjf your sewing down Chrome Howell Dinette -t.
says Large
Oval-shaped
spent the weekend at the Week's and try theta ...It. Pram
fourth off on all gnxlimtlon gift..
1036-1018 W. Alain\ St., South cottage on Klngsley\ Lake. Mr.' and Mrs. M. F. Huzen spent unit let IIH how you tt hut I IIEAtTIFi'L; KKI: li AKI.MIU' fOMMtS I S
Charles T. McCoy of Atlanta
,Tuesday afternoon In Hawthorne they will do. 27x54 3.45
109.50SALE PRICE 89.50!
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA Ga., was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Regularly
visiting friends.
''.0. Roe 62 Phone 217-21S I'E. F. Miles, Wednesday of last I, Mr. and Mrs Wallace Faulk Think of this Uarl'dint

I, week.Mr. and Maxie Carter, Jr., were the
"UI'S' HUY OS I':
and Mrs. Harley Strong weekend guests of the Berns IT'S A ACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
nfiil\ Mrs. Kitty Andrews were In <\N K\SY TERMS: !
Every Branch of Spencer family In Orlando.
Daytona Sunday visiting Mrs
I Mrs. C. W. Bailey Mrs. J. L.

INSURANCEH. Henrietta Thomas Maxwell.Anderson of Douglas Simmons Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and 'J.. (J. HEMINGWAY:: Denmark Furniture Co.

Miss Lucile Mitchell spent Thurs .\fENT-;
Ga., was visiting his brother-In.
day of last week In Jacksonville
law and sister Mr. and Mrs. R. shopping. "PHONE 151 STAHKE. FI .\.

E. Jones .
on ..Sunday.J. ------------------------------------------------------------- -----------

L. Slloox ..... .;. ,
son, Georgedaughters. --------- ---' "' -- --
C. WALL AGENCY Ruby and Fannie and f : : ::. : :;:: :::: .?


PLEASE PHONE 146 and niece,Mrs.Edna James Coleman B. Rosier visited and Mr. New K-F "TRAVELER" Is Two Cars In One

sons In Palatka Sunday.

Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- I Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Gertner and

children of Gainesville were Sunday Ideal For Use On

__ I I guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. H.asworthy. .
jjj

J. L. McDowell and family and The FARM, And
f
i, Mr and Mrs. J. P. McDowell were ff

____ _h__ ._ Sunday guests of John Uglow and f '
Also For Vacationing. w
Mrs.! C. F. Ward.
PITWANVKR! : 'OI'NTY IIVESTOPKMAKKKTt Foil PALE: Used rndloa.' phonogmphH -
) Auction mile each Veil portable. I9fi up. t'tiuN.O. Mr. and Mrs. Junlns Smith and<
Uwncil iterated by J. I' Odum.J. Shepherd l. Had In. Meat Co"e,". family, Joan, Bob and Butch were fi r
.., Ph. 210 1. Uv oak. FI... 4..1 Court *! M..d.on< St., If In St. Augustine over the weekend .
'
.'ulbALL') CMKAH: 1 Franklin KLOHIIJt WtOI.I IHII.I.IU CO I visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. C. :
wood healer 1
;
aulomatlc large unnl-burnlnir-draft clrculatlnt' :!-. 44t ,-....... well** A pniupMln Wall. -
heater Unlh In good condition. ,ralle.l A repaired I Capt. and Mrs. W. W. Lamar \i
Telesraph. tr Phone 13. >>r Write to:
Bradford fniinty J. 1ml tI.Frrrllseelenny returned to their home In Camp Pictured at left is local I '

ATTHAfTIVK KUUN1SHED: ; : A unfurnUhed "'1... 3-4tflyr Blanding Sunday after spendingtwo

able. All apln.convenience Clone In. D..I.-Apply weeks In Cleveland, Ohio. and (;L: :; dealer I I.. I.. Libby with .'

Colonial Inn, JOl W. )-1 ad IsDn. tfJt SELL YOUR TIMBER Wldner Ark. '
one of the handsome new :: t
.....r.... F'aed NOW Mr and Mrs. Dave Kelly were ;,
Dolt OWN":"'" Ask 1L _
,Need <:... .o tall you shed .fc. Highest Cash Prices Paid In Tampa last week from Wi>dnes. Kaiser model",
...... Red feather pru...-.. KIIoK # .
to
\KI.: ..:.:P.It. fee year ea127 day Sunday visiting relatives. rt: 05-\ u'f
411 WILL BUY IN BULK Mrs. D. W. Moore visited Mr ii' f
} --
OR IN UNIT and Mrs. C. R. Moore In Archer

TIMBER l I Sunday afternoon. ri. IR v : -- ..
1V.: r -
PECKOr Your last. chance! One-fourth, off

FOR SALE John W. TurnerP. on all Graduation flirt.*' strongleuetara. t ..,.-_,.- ...wrsaaovr.a ,,

O. Box 463 f al

&II''LPWOOU. Gainesville, Fla. Mr*. D. E. Johnson and Miss 1 -Y.
80 ACHKS:/' SAW TIMBER
Ruth Johnson of Bynum. Ala., are

COME: LOOK IT Send me a postcard and I visiting friends here this week. f

OVER. HlflHEST BIDDER. will come see you. The Johnsons are former residents .7

of Starke.

TAKES IT.KARL. FIt.M .... F.r RRPOHK' 1..... P. tt, Little Martha Weldon under. HIS EXCELLENCY "XX" w I
HfrMItr AT 1MMI P. as..F\1'att.
IXIHlh'HIKT ...."r tl went a tonsilectomy at Shady. 21 iewBlt ,
MORSTEIN crest hospital on Monday.
.'Oil RKNTl:! Am. atoms blrtit. none Iq q10
bun Mil. nchonl, on htway. J W. P. Smith, Jr., visited his
Rt. 2. Box' IAN, Starke Fla )Qitlirl, t4lnrk, ,: Flit ,.22Ti brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and \
Q
i b p ,:rrefil ,I fi' v
FOR !BALE Karmall Tractor (IS) Mrs. F. W. Varnl doe In Palatka a +a ',. fr

KOR nEST: 2-rtn. bath cabin. newly overhauled & painted Site I Sunday and also visited In St +
James Peterson
Furn. Hot water. Aliio trailerpace. tip 5-S7
Plmthurm Cabin, Rt. too, Augustine
4.1' *.10 FCUl SALR' Second hand nlann. See Mrs. P. E. Canova and
1T R-1.1. : daughters
Th. / -
Mm. t. O. Ha>"n, 133 W Call i Hi
1..18AI.F": boat-all cypress 1S'<| lip Norma and Emma Jane, are
ft., practically new. 140. Apply attending the graduation exercises

ilulf[ t.ill..n, W. C. nppuult Jun... KurmersMarket. HP On The Halifax River of their son and brother Paul, tonight 2 ; u, J r A..

At Ormond (Daytona) at St. Leo Preparatory
;
.
FOR BALE: 1 or 1000 fence 1''' '* The
School for .
A'I hart. "ypr..... Moa 1 K.: J. ''J"w'r' Boys.Lt. YINEREICEIIEMCY"A'
In ;. m, rk.. It '-I* Col. and Mrs. James A, Griffin ,

KOH: PALE: Scooter In a-ood eondl.tins. .. | Magnolia OaksLARGE of Camp Blanding had as their

Hen Mrs livHale. Faxon, Ht.I. weekend guests Mr. and Mr.
bo-. 250A. Xtark IIP Boyd Coker and
son, Andy, of W.

Foil !tALE: harden tractor with SINGLE; or DOUBLE ROOM Prim Beach and Mr. and Mrs M

the H-ln.work plow.of Other a mule.tooln.Almost Will/ n..do w. FURNISHED E5. Coker and avn, Tommy, of

'". I.. Sprague, old Hart I'lac. I APARTMENTS I Jacksonville.Mr. ...
mill:' F!. of Starks. HP Dwight Marshall .
11.1 nV DAY OK WEEKPh. of Apalachicola
I ITempts
Eon SALE: Lots S, 9. 10 In Flk. 2-1W 407 Is visiting her parents
N. Reach St.
Addition. "'0'. Walnut &
loth. MB A. II. Oren property. Ormon, Flo. :Near 0.)"' Mr. and Mr... Ben Rowland this Hi all alls-erauO. .. 'I li,' TrutHiT .It u n\ciilliinul four-
Ixirenio D. Or..n, admr., can be I week.
contacted at A. Uay'a Service! Slatlon. Mm. I dour nt'Kli-l.. Hut the r< ur sect cu+hiTne, fold u\\,,) unit

211' n.S \ Edgar Wilkinson vtsiUu' tiniiir'rr. hn-k -r.In prutl lilc ...!.-. lo niorttlwn l.llt
nlu| a. '
k'( 'It SALE: a If horn pit* W. her mother Mrs., N. C. Mott or t
hou." on double AUxtUun Xt FIIA m>prnv.d. Pity cul.Itfed of ni'e. "hen not In .
Foil SALE: -.m. Brooker rurK 1 .I.| ore u a iarryull -
In the
1-.. .. all In f I rat .1..1' l.lnhl. A.. Water avalluM. Jt. Alachua County
condition lot scrags on paved lit. .ah or jirrli-torl j'url John It I Hospital on Sunday. Mrs. Molt .t Ilin Trimli-r. I N u. dr-Into, Hlt-nakM-njfrr family. inlun.Thi .

terms ("'"ll at J24 N. Cherry ..r. or i-iit. mlcw. hnu.. how .
suffered a broken \\ the wal riiolilonn amihliiKcil
boil 787. I turn. homo on l tlr hike,. 10I t.r again sage Mtrong. One- J CODOISS 0TIMt "f' rear |"iin'U function
nil. from Ptark 49"
Key.
FOR 8AW land!: I.lahl.4rm. *house water.about 11,290 1 I-, ..con.. ll..l.ht.. Carl In''..m.. It fourth off on all gnutuuUnn gift. We
acre Arc Now Taking Orders For Early Delivery Of Th3?
rash or term f. O. box1 1Starke !: I Mrs. E. W Hayes accompaniedby
5.4A FOR HAIR- 11thin!
Fla.. 2tp truck. New: motor llr.Chevrolet.. '<, tuxITIod Miss Katherine Carter of Mi Remarkable New Car. Moderately Priced At $2,199.75,

to Hell Carl tithes It amt, returned lutoo'uk 6
WATKINS
LHRADF'RIt'II'NTY. ( : from e ,
VAII.ABLB IH > I tea hklul.d Delivered In Starke.
two week's
Thin ,Is on. of our most WAITRESSWANTEH.. Apply bill' pleasure trip to New

valued writemm.dlately doalernhtpa. If Interested.to theJ '(. )Motor fonrt. it j York City. BULOVA COME IN TODAY FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION ON

please. IT Hun. FOR 8AT.R: Moim. I ml lor Pine, Mrs W. E. Plummer and daughter -

nl..H.nt Walking Atr...,. V Company.W., Atlanta tla II For.pt Motor ('ou... Htarko. Itp Ida Lou, of Brooker ware Saturday GEM JEWELRY KAISER. "World'sLowest-priced New Car

FOR 8A1.Ea.r. poultry farm.n guests of Mr. and Mr. M.
PROPFTtTT: FOR BAT K:: tn Starke
.....
A brood h. 4SOO>. '
-.m
city limit on Slate Rd. I* at 11thslwhite 6- ,,,r... hmm..el..t. range'* water .y.* F. Hazen. 7kzr '/ .TIIOKIZCU RCI.OV.E..GIS
rma.. bath, ahlna-l lar.. front bungalow porch rear lent A w....h.,, lawn mows hQ..>, Philip Hall of New York City 1

bid-ereened dan h.at.r porch ran A..lar.* automatic.lar e Ras.. .torn toraa-e hotwater *. J ardrn. .:..v..InuU.. HI. I, boa 113 |lip A. and will Mrs.be a Eddie weekend Hartmann.guest of Mr. 0&& Ar DEAI.ru LIBBY Sales & ServiceTemple


i tank. ALSO '4 .,'...* Including REWARD: for return of lady' ?.>. Miss LucUe"bIte of Tallahassee .# "Quality has No Substitute"STARKE.
pecan ..ro.. entirely fenced .... low gold, Polo". watch' without
lawn ehade tree T7ea onahlv' .1| hand lost W.<1 AM b.lw..n spent the weekend with her broth. t
".. ...... .lan0> \dnwn. bal. monthly Vtump'a A star If tor... PIaiM r... er-ln-Uw and sister, Mr. and Mr.. FLA. & I'ratl St". Starke; Fl.i. Phone 32
! like rent. J. ii;. Walker, Hi. 2boa1, turn to Bradford County T.I. Ben
lit. Stark "I Graph lip Rowland. I I' - -" - - .







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FRIDAY, MAY 27.. 1949
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEOKAPn. STARKK FLORIDA' __. 1
PACK FOUR
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\ OJ Annual Junior Senior Banquet Is A'Brilliant SuccessWith I AND TOURIST C OF C CLUB NEWSThe :


new shuffleboard sticks and
I
arrived for the Tourist
a clever theme of "Stars cues have
'of '41))" at Antoine's, the annual a r Club. The members and friends!!

__A.. !/ Junior-Senior Banquet was a brilliant r 'r dar I lof the Club wish to thank the St.
rl M'r 5r
I.
I| Edwards Catholic Church eereu-
,_. event of last Friday eveningIn -1 ti,
r the donation
R'"hklcerdroae the Woman's Club building.A lion Club for of
Office Gladys Mooty $12.63 to buy one set.
29 Editor rhODe 33! colorfully lighted electric M The Club met on the courthouse
,
I ,. ,.... ... ----. sign placed heralding over the "Antoine's"entrance to was the 1g it% lawn Tuesday night. Game wen,. ..
enjoyed and refreshments were ;
club building, and cafe atmosphere -
B & P W Members Coronation ServiceAt was further enhanced by 1l served late In the evening It :
I
has been the hope of the Club to ;
,
Attend FederationIn Baptist ChurchThe theatrical-type displays on swingIng really get going on the shuffle-
doors leading into the build-
Jacksonville annual coronation and r" board courts, so next fall, when

services for membersof ingThe 1 a7.k the winter visitors arrive, they
recognition/ tables at which ..
Mrs Mar banquet v. '
Mrs Loyree Hartman the Baptist Church :were held ;* will have some good competition.
Lillian\ Davis and were seated the honored guests haven't read the article
ion Faulk, Mrs. Wednesday of last week In the If you .
Mra. Lillian Ray, members of the auditorium of the church. The seventy-five members of the SenIor written by our own Berry Johns,
their hosts, the Juniors -
Starke Business and Professional decorated with basketsof Class published In this month's Pro-
church was
Club, attended several and members of the high Delsel bet.
Woman's gladioli and Queen Anne'a lace gressive Magazine you
sessions of the Florida Federationof school faculty were covered ter do so Surely can't afford to
B A P W Clubs In the George for the occasion. with white linen cloths and grace miss interesting reading published

Washington Hotel, Jacksonville, The theme "Go Ye Thereforeand ed at Intervals by low arrange I by our home folks. Berry sure
Teach All Nations"* was placed ments of mixed flowers I
]last Friday and Saturday spring I does a swell job of boosting ourI
at the front of the auditorium. Favors were miniature hilts andlongstemmed
Mrs. Hartmann attended the I city and needs a might big word
Mrs. 11. A Lawson, Young Peo '
glasses, Individually '
Doors For Better Uving' 'ot praise. Go ahead, :Mr. Johns,
"Opening
ple's leader, gave the welcome etched with the name of each
luncheon Friday. at which I we need more like that. When
with I
and presented the following k rF
Director, guest. the outsider
Olive Huston. Executive their counselors: The YWA's, Mrs c business men speak
National Federation, spoke on Marshall Nagle, counselor, entered French quarter atmosphere was :ii will listen and that is what we
new "Legislation." The State watchword. Miss further carried out in the cos- ,teal .
and Emblem Awards were and gave their tumes of the :waitresses, who F need.A few good pictures like this
Song St. Dolores McKnight, president gave wore short black dresses with GALA SCENE at the Junior-Junior Banquet L, the Oman's Club
made on this occasion to on specific articles will help to
and Orlando. Theembl..m the scripture rea.nngThe R A 's white ruffled aprons white lace silver stars. building last. Friday night/ lit. shown In al>o\e photograph/ by llollyIVCIIK create the development
Petersburg next with Miss Madge Whigham and Mar- necessary
shaped entered the church collars, and ruffled caps in their Camera & Gift Shop. The eVl'nt11" dpoirllird ax one of the_ industrial-minded in.
is a plastic pen to bring men -
Mrs. M. Nagle, "hall Nagle, members of the faculty -
counselor,
their I hair. Waiters were dressed in .._f ii of its kind In recent
like Florida. I their watch- and of the Junior most "uv( > jour P:2.: t 'to contact with us.
leading. They gave sponsors
i black trousers, white shirts, and
Starke was a hostess club at word and sang their R. A. Hymn. black bow ties. i Class had general supervision of I -Marian Howe, Sec'y

Saturday's International Relations Sonny Tenly and Charles Jenkins this successful event, while the t
luncheon and the program were promoted to their next rank. During the delicious three- !student Banquet Committee was Mien Joan Carpenter| and escort,. DENNIS! KITLER

was a mock session of United Na- The O. A.:. entered the church course dinner a program of entertainment composed of the following members .c 4 pw lllly Smith Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Kltler of

tions Assembly. The Starke waa presented Including of the Junior Class: Glenn Starke, a son, Dennis, born May
president Marion Faulk, presented next with their counselor, Mrs. popular songs: by Edward Massey Conner, Peggy Tilley, Gloria Nor 1t Y M 16.

the hostess clubs and Miss L. D. Halnes' Mrs. Jesse New- and Dick Dickey, and folk dances man, Clayton Strickland. Grace I r 1

Treva Moore, International Rela- some and Mrs. D. L. Thomas. by the waiters. and waitresses. Crews Jack Wainwright Mary- Your lout chance! One-fourth off

tions Chairman. They were attended by three Glenn Conner, president of the cille Darley, Rebecca Brown, Jack t a on all Graduation Gifts! strong

Mrs. Faulk was seated at thespeaker's maidens Janice Jenkins Jacqueline Junior Class, served as Toaatmas- Eaves, Betty Ann Long, Jim God- Jcnelere.GRADUATION.
,
ter. A toast to the faculty wa win, Ellen Senrle, Peggy Cozatt, i
and
table :was presentedwith Jenkins and Jacqueline Tan
given by Pat McGrlff, with response Joyce Newaomp, Esther Shu ford,
a corsage made of stamps ner, followed by Patty Lawson, by BUS Principal Chas. Jimmy Lee, Joann Dinkins, Elizabeth -

from foreign countries which car- lady-ln-waltlng and Elise' Lawson, S. Partln. The toast to the Senior Crawford, Joan Parker, Mar-
The Queens, Eloise .
ried out the United Nations theme. princess Class was given by Peggy Dale Ian McRae Dolores McKnight, .
Thomas and Sylvia Alvarez!, were
Cozatt ,with response by KennethQrUler Manez Dodd, Mary Green, Nevena
All guest were given gladioli cor-
next to enter the church and were "'> .
Bunri- president of the graduating Martin, Robert Stefanelll, Betty f
sages as they entered. The attended by flower girls Mary
class. The program was open- Ann Long, and Grace Dickinson. L.
nell Club made the clever place Ann Long and Selcta Thomas ed with an Invocation by Lewis I Members of the SophomoreClass n

cards which were tiny May poles Each queen knelt on a green pit Halnes, II, and guests were Introduced selected for waiters and ..
low In the center of the platformand .
ribbon.
wrapped with narrow Lee.
by Jimmy waitresses were: Jack Hazen, See- 9 '
Dolls from various nations were were presented their crowns' I Surprise highlight of the event ber Andrews, Ovid Bennett, Dan 'J. ,'. itsiwr.
placed along the speakers table by Mrs. L D Halnes. .
Wainwright, Thomas Hamilton,
was color movie entitled "About si siMiss I
and on the other, tables were arrangements Next to enter were Helen Halnes, Town a with the Bradford Stars", Donald Bennett, Kenneth Johns, 'i;:.;}'. '.,
of tiny flags of the Joan Tenly and Edna Coleman, Clara Thomas, Sue 1 -
which exhibited after dinner Nancy Knight, \ I I :;
United Nations. The Starke Club !who are working! on their advanced by Miss was Audrey Carlisle This Biggs Peggy Caldwell, Montie I! .t.il, ,
donated three door prizes which steps. Each told of some part
highly entertaining feature, which Hutchings, Idell Durban Clara : 1.1\ ,
were black and white plastic cor- of the work they had completed.The depicted the varied activities of Dean Cox, Edward Massey and r.f:t GIFTS
ner shelves for the bathroom. concluding prayer was offered
Edwards
Harry e {
students and teachers In nnd around r
These were given to the local by Rev L. D Halnes. Folk dunces were staged under I:'
BUS, was filmed and editedby AT CARPENTER'SDill
club by Florida Plastics Miss Carlisle over a period of the direction of Miss Oleta Green, _

GlatzauMcBrideFriends several -weeks during the school and the delicious menu was pre- *

UDC PicnicThe ,year, and brought forth many pared by Mrs. Tyler Jones, man- folds
of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur ....
ager of the BHS cafeteria 4
and much from *
laughs applause
annual picnic of W T. A, Scott will be Interested In the the appreciative audience. Home room mothers assistingwith ii Flash Lights I

Weeks Chapter, UDC, will be approaching marriage of their arrangements for tho affair *
Following the banquet, the even l'l..tur"t at held at the home of Mrs. Barbara nephew. Bobby Glatzau, of De- were Mrs. Nelson Green, Mrs L
Breazeale on Kingsley Lake, Land to Miss Betty Ann McBride ing's\ festivities were concluded F. Dinkins Mrs Eustis McKnlght, Wulnwright, Joyce Neunonwi, Joann Dlnklnv, and Jack Eaves.r Manes DeeM and escort,I Watches

Wednesday, June 1, beginning at of Orlando. The wedding will take with a dance in the USO build- and Mrs. W J, Dodd. -,. ,' Dan 1'rlet.t.
'
11 a. m. Each member will carrya place June 5 at 4 o'clock In the ing where blue and silver streamers ,. ..,.... 1' rw i* Electric Razors
covered dish. Church No extended from the center of A -. "' "r.-
Oakland Presbyterian '
Invitations are being Issued but the auditorium to the walls. Tables Mrs. Edwards Will 7 i _00';, J....,; ;e4i ''\ '''", 'I I After Shave Lotion

Strong vtlll do it of the bridal were placed around the edge nt r ', '
never again nil friends couple Present Pupils .4f] I Thermos Bottles
On-fourth off on all mrrrhandliie. elect are invited to attend the of the dance floor, cabaret style, L L. I I

wedding. and the stage background was Mrs Will Edwards, will present f, I Travel Kits
blue crepe paper, covered with her music class In a recital Mon _

I I day night, May 30, at 8 o'clock r _I "< Kodaks
T --------
Phone 52-J In the Woman's Club. rv i I
*
Shaeffer
8pBj O'.DEF SERVICE will be
Pupils taking part Mary .
I w. OltO1M ..... ITOK Mrs. Hartmann Agnes. Matthews, Shlanne Smith, 1 4! I Pen & Pencil Sets

Barbara Bates, Terry Futch, Ly- re 4 I
nell Dodd, Nancy Bates, Clara n; ':P 1} : 1.Y 1.r 1.r 1.t 1. Gift Stationery

Yes The Tourists And Transients Like Jean Mundy, Sandra Johns, Mary r \ ,. ;J.. "Thank You" Notes
Carol BesHent, James Lawson : -
Our Food. SALE ON Carolyn Crews Pamela Lawson. .. '1ri' Hose

William Ingram, Manez Dodd, '
t Hut we still have time to cater Joan T, Nan Beach
RADIOSCombinations "
to the home folks We appreciate II Johns, Barbara Jean Prevatt, 5' *
t Levy Canova, Jr., Betty Williams, E rr. r + Shaving Sets
bnrtlnrnH' .... always e 4."t.
your Mary Louise Durshlmer Barbara Tt r
/ Moore, Julia Lawson, Ada Ed- k'' I j r.hp .
try to please our friend at home I -r
wards, Mary Julia Futch, Delyne : ... Helena Rubenstein's
.irj>:
Crews, Gayle Moore, David 1 1r .
/
: .. !
Still Serving Our Famous nuslnessIen's: Were 167.95 Browning:, David Kelly, Wendell F :. t; Miss Madge Brownie and escort, COLOGNETown
Kelly, Butch Lee, Joanne Lee, \lr liwlet Jttiiien C'luuttaen.Homecoming .

LUNCH 50c Connie Harley, end Jackie Harley. X'I: I A Country White

GUIDON G.RILL Now $$99.00 The public Is cordially Invited. 4Enjoying \ : SundayAt I Command Flame Performance. Heavensent, .. aid. .


Ladies Auxiliary Eden Church Apple Blossom ,
GEO. KOPELOUSOS

CONSOLESWere Met TuesdayThe Homecoming and an All-Dry'

Sing will be observed at Eden Baptist
Ladles Auxiliary of the Church, two miles north of CORDAY PERFUME

104.95 -I Hawthorne, Sunday. May 29. "Toujours 1Ioi"Cara

II ill : !::.] :TI 11 THEATRE 'the home of Mm W J. Chandler : the frntMtlr. are (left In right): Yi-rmin trinity. 11.01)5. It Is announced that the Bradford }

STARKE Now $75.00Small with ten members and two guests Roberts, Hokirrn, JI<'Knight/ and Drew Kfilillsh. Alachua and Putnam County -
Singing Convention will b>)
present Nome Cologne
4 will
I present as and
singer
Mrs. E. ]M Davis had 1 charge of -- qua
Saturday, May 2S Tues., Wed.lay! :.11, Jun. I I devotions, consisting of song Farewell tettes from nearby cities And Perfume
DOUBLE FEATURE Party All personwho sing or like
scripture reading, meditation and
DOUBLE KEATUKEpltarbaraSlaimyck RadiosAt sentence prayers. Announcement For Mrs. LongA good Gospel singing !are Invited to

.. ,aoaROr were made of the summer conferences 'AI lv' come and bring a basket, as din-
Greatly sponsored by the synod of Bon Voyage garden partv b ner will be served on the groumU. ALL GIFTS
for Mrs. T. T. Long was a delightful -
Florida to be held
nt Rockledgesnd
,I{ I I Mt Dora. Mrs. T N Ken- affair given Tupvdav. To Receive Degrees {WRAPPED{ FREE

(fort lanca lerI REDUCED ,Brick conducted the quiz followedby evening by litre. JV.. Kineald: From

I x, a piano solo by Mrs. H V. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley UniversityAmong

i PRICES ,I Knight. Mrs Lemuel Colson : Overhead lights In the Baasley the 907 candidates for GRADUATIONCARDS

iatoll lt made a talk on China and Illus garden lent a festive atmosphere.isng legreea: who will receive diplo-
ll I I trated points with graphs After tables set up on the lawn mas In Commencement weekend

the reading of the minutes the held plaques of royal blue del exercises at the University of

SOFA BEDS I treasurer reported' $&! 27 on hand. ihenlum and yellow and gold I Florida June 5 &*-e, will be: L. .

Mrs. W J. Chandler received marigolds down the centers c..rrY'1 : Marshall. Nagle, Jr., MEd; Seville
CARPENTER'SThe
thankyou notes from Cordrle, Ga ng out the Fiesta rotor ( 47i' S. Outlaw, Jr., BCE. and LeonardF.

rrwax as.r All Prices I and San Juan Puerto Rico for hospital Fiesta china service was also used Smith, Jr.. BSF. all of Starke.

. And "Far Frontier"With supplies sent from the Auxi Intimate friends of Mrs. Long and Deforette Roy Grtffis, RAE Rexall Store

, Roy Rogers liary. To secure an electric coffee brought small going away presents of Lawtey.

And "RACING Ll/CK" urn for the church, each memo whicMwere presented to h..rIn 1 r 7 ( This will be the largest class PHONE 64

With Gloria Henry WASHERSG ber of the auxiliary will be called i a replica of a hlp. 1, { ever to graduate from the Uni STARKE, FLORIDADon't
Sun., ]Mon., !May 29, 30 upon to do her part. Mrs. Lem di ,versity. Of the 987 total 751 are

uel Colson favored the group with' WCTU MeetingThe 4" veterans, and 83 are women.

ThurM.. Fri, June'2. :.1 I an Impromptu piano solo
JOHN WAYNE Mrs. Chandler r M*>*i>>>> BSBBSBBBBMSBBBBB SBB BB MBMi.BBBMi SH
DOUBLE FEATURE. assisted by her May meeting of the Laura
GAIL RUSSELL REDUCED 'slater, Mrs Godwin served an Scott WCTU will be held at the Let Summer
-----=; ;: 1 Ice course to the 12 ladles present. home of the president, Mrs W N. Static

f CnaG11 I Johnson, Friday. May 27 at 3

e &Idest Jj,; JuniorVomen o'clock A good attendance I III [INTERFERE \With Your
desired
'
loner! To Meet June 2

-11:; I : HARTFurniture The Junior Women's Club will GIRL SCOUT NEWSThe RADIO ENJOYMENT !

hold its regular meeting Thursday, _;
June 2, at 8 p. m. Girl Scouts will sponsor s .
A book review of "None But i' benefit bridge party In the "'om-I / rl'4

The Brave" by Marshall will '. an's Club tonight Friday. Were ASK; forFREE Demonstration

given by Mrs. L. G. Powell. very sorry to hear about Mrs F M in your

Hostesses for the evening will Carney' little girl being In the ., home
be Mrs J. W. McIntosh, Mrs. T. hospital and hope he'll\ be well ,
Miss June OUilwrll and escort
COMPANYEast W. Attaway Mrs. W. T. Jackson. soon. Pat McGriff.LARRY .
i Mrs. Neal Joyner and Mrs. The Scouts had a baseball gameat CHAS. C.
__.. SHEPHERDAT
Cull Street A. Bishop, Jr. 11'1 their meeting and cold drinks
And Mrs. H. H. Adam., for refreshments. All grlrU over PALE WATERS
Starke Ha. announces that an executive board 9 and under 18 are urged to join Mr. and Mrs. Leland Lee Waters [ CATS SERVICE STATION, Madison &: court S1&

Man of Conquest meeting will be held at 7 p. m. the Troop. Jane Brandt and of Starke, a son, Larry Dale born PHONE 10
preceding the regular meeting. Lynn Datis. I+May 16. -

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FK1DAV, MAY 27. 1949 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH':: STARKK. FLORIDA PAGR rme

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Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Sr., returned .Mr, and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Mrs' Paul Wilkerson and daughter one day last week.

home Saturday frond a leit. last Friday for Bethlehem Paula of Branford were Rev. Winded Wltte of f'I..nd

;; five weeks visit In Pennsylvania.She Pa., to visit their son and duugh- weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. I filled\ his regular appointment at R B ALVAREL & SON TRANSFEIl AND:'

dna&CiI "spent, three weeks as the tcr-ln-lnw, Mr. and Mrs. E. K.: David Kelly Corinth Church Sunday. STOKACE: CO.

KUpst of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Perryman, Jr. for ten days. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Simmons : Mrs. Rosie McKnabb and son.

Schwab In Duquesne and two Mr. and Mrs. L. O Hazen and. have moved to their summer cottage of Lake Butler '
Il\hCk.y. were :, \Ve looi
H Th] E MEYIS weeks with Mr. and Mrs. J. WMullln Mrs. A. E. McKinney were dinner Olt Lake Geneva Keystone { 'her sitter and brolhei-m' 4y ojwrut

In Philadelphia guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Heights They have as their law !Mr and Mrs. J. n Kelly ,I.& Si: long ilMttne

Miss Dottle Sue Biggs and I. H. Hazen In Jacksonville guests this week Mr. and Mrs. recently MOVING r '
--- - anywhere In 'Moo
In Ku.itla Sun- Mrs. May Hawkins and son P. W. Home and daughter/\ Frances ubn..r(, '
Bobby BlRRa were .en n
/\ Among those who hrul
Mr. and Mrs E. M. Davla had Mrs. A. L. Sullivan of Theresa Sunday s
the of Mr. and Mrs Paul of VVuUlo spent Sunday with of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Simmons KXC'KI.IJCXTSTORAf.K: : : '
their all Sunday guests; Miss visited her sister Mrs. D. W. D. A. Montelth. Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson. and guests plan to spendthe Norman ;;

Mamie Anderson Mrs. Pauline Moore on Saturday I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Murphreyleft weekend at the Simmon's were Beuluh Kelly RevWlndell a O :
I Virginia Warren Nurses Witte of DfLand and a a.
Mrs L. Thomas ,
Stone George and Mr and Mrs. T J. Griffin were Tuesday for a two weeks va camp on Horseshoe. Bay. 4I
I I
Mrs. S. Q. Mtnton and ton, Michael Corps returned to New Smyrna Pansy Crosby. a FACILITIES!
In Jacksonville on bualnrus Tues ( cation with Mrs. Murphrey's parents Buddy Faxon a student at Mrs.
Beach Monday after visiting Mr. Mai-Rl Underbill and
all of Archer. |
day. Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Melvin Florida Southern College In Lake --1
and Mrs. J. B. Cottrell for a Wayne Edward of Starke werevisiting Agents Fur -
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Etheridge of Strong ulll ne\rr d.I\ again! I week. Winchester, Va. land spent the weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby

Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof Oni .fonrth off on all mart'hwtillw I Dr. and Mrs. M.: B. Herlong- were Friends of Mrs. Clara, Peek will his mother, Mrs. W D. Faxon.Sunnybrook. Sunday and attended church DelcherBros. See us first!

Mr. and Mrs. J. L,. Anderson.FARROWING .. I weekend be happy to hear she Is expectedto that night
in Jacksonville over the leave the hospital today after h.1.,.....
(I visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. I Kucher was shopping In I
confined for month due
being/ a Gainesville
j Mrs. H. Tolbert Black was visiting Saturday ,
to a serious Illness. Mrs. Peek is

Mr. Black In Lake City over making her home with her niece .. ., .. .. ------------., ...

1 f the Mrs.weekend Carrie Rltch and son Dr. Mrs. C. H. Hall In Newton Ga. .By .Wanda. Crosby. .. I'1: A II O (! ANY.EXTENSION: .: I ) -
Mr. and Mrs David Kelly were
Tom Rltch will arrive home this
Duncan
visiting relatives in Tampa and I'hufc
weekend from New London Conn. \YIiIOK I : KN.IOYKI
Plant City last .week. Mrs. Mollie ,
Dr. Rltch was discharged from yrs.
Hogan and Mrs. Ethel All Rev. Wlndell Witte entertained
B the submarine bAse In New Ixin- man of Tampa came home with I a group of young people Saturday DINING TABLES

don recently and Mrs. Rltch had their brother David Kelly for a I night with a hay ride.. The young/

spent the past month there with few days visit. folks all met at Bole Crosby's Regular Value, 99.50 /

him. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott house about 6 o'clock. About 7 SATE

Mrs Kate S. Powell of Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. Grace Ensign o'clockIr.! Brown's t"unof Sale I Price $75

and Mrs. Ruby Klmbrough of and daughter Miss Carol Ensignand mules, driven by N. D. Thomas 2 L50; ()

Ocala were recent visitors of Mrs.R. arrived to the folkson
S. Fernandez. I Friday.son, Neal In Gainesville last a hay ride carry to Sampson young Lake. This is jour chance to pick up a bargain in a nice table y

Mr. and Mrs. J. 1'0(, Cole of Lake I When they got there they played
Mr. and Mrs. II. .M. Hallman 1
City spent the weekend with their
and
games roasted welners. The
Mr. and Mrs. W R. Gibson, Mr.
daughter:: Mrs. Hal Glllon. and was chaperoned by Mr. and J /)/ >
and Mrs. F. H. Box and daughter, group ((< L A K ((1; K: O A K
family. Mm. J.
Joan were weekend guests of Mr It. Kelly and Rev. Wln {
<)n --foiirth off nn Waichei, dellVltte.. '
and Mrs. David Kelly.\ SOLID (
Gifts, etc. "Strong" Jouelert.Mrs .
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cottrell entertained DINING TABLES
George/ C. Livingston has Tax Collector J. R, Kelly anda
.rat
In
at a delightful picnic
returned to her home In Tampa' group of men from Starke were OAK .
their yard Sunday. Enjoying the
business visitors to Tallulitts.se
after spending the past three
occasion were Mrs. H. B. Garrett "
weeks here with Mrs. J. M
and Mr and Mrs. R. A. Lee and Dinette
I
HOUSE Mitchell and Miss Luclla Mitchell. granduon, Teddy Kohl of Jack. \ $$36150

for better pork production! During her stay In Starke, Mrs. sonville. s -NOTIt'E-
Livingston was delightfully entertained -
Mrs. J. H. DuPro was In Jack. Suit
by her many friends In sonville on business Wednesday. 1 UIIJ' I1AVKNKVKIS.U. : It.\tuar! 10.50! Value

for convenience, efficiency and sanitation build your hog houseof Starke Mrs. and Thelma surrounding Thomas towns.left Sun- Mrs. L. A. Davis will return : : NI.' :\\, 'r Twit Kxlrii': leaver \

CONCRETE BLOCKS. It will, provide dry worm quarters and Fernandina for extended from Atlanta Ga., Sunday after ('on4i!! >\t4 of Extension: Table \\e aJM hate tluilrt I.. nutu-li'
is eoslly kept free from porosites.There's a size to fit, your needs. day for an a week's visit SEWINGMACHINES

visit. Mr. and Mrs. David and Four Chairs!
Phone........ for complete details. We deliver' Mr and Mrs. Dave Penoyer I I..t'lly.Irs. I
Mollle Hogan and Mrs. !Ethel: Alt- GLAMOUR RUG
I
Mrs. Jennie Penoyer and Mrs. Regular 79.50 Value .
man were visiting !Mr and Mrs On Display At
Lorraine DuBose spent the weekend
F. H. Box Mr. and Mis. Raymond :
CONCRETE ILOCKStRICKS IASIS as guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. FLORIDA FUEL '

FLOOR DRAIN AND HOOP TILE E. Beam Crawford Miss Corrlne Sale Price 49.50 OPEN: A niAltr.KACCOUNT (, : = ;;
Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Robert 11!) W. 'all St. w
'fa4 UADY.MIXED CONCRETE AND CEMENT Mrs. Rosa Glrton of St. Pel..rs.burg :
rr Dlllion In Jacksonville Monday J ':., :, lj

visiting was friends In Starke and! last attending weekend to Mrs. F. H. Long/' spent the early On June 3 & 4 Just See This Suit KU1U YOITK! w;:'e !a-+;;!'"*),:

MEETS ALL A.S.T.M. SPECIFICATIONS part of the week in Jacksonville ''
business.Mr. You'll lug It : ,
CIMCDiT!
with Dr and Mrs Bryant S. Car
and Mrs. George/ K. Bennett roll. ..._

and son, Kem, of Jacksonville! Itrliig your' .M-uIng dawn
Aiinis Building Supply ] nc. Never again suj's' Strong. Onefourth Large Oval-shaped Chrome Howell Dinette .
spent the weekend at the \Veek'scottage off on all graduation gift". .mill try theta out. ('11I"" ... 1/ -..-""

1036-1018 W. Main St., SouthGAiNES1'ILLE on Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Iluzcn spent .anil .let ii* show you u hut I IIKAl'Tiri'I, KKI: & YKI.JIV (' >I.OKS I 1

Charles T. McCoy of Atlanta. Tuesday afternoon In Hawthorne 1 thi'ylll\ ..... 27x54' 3.45
FLORIDA Ga, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. friends. Regularly 109.50SALE PRICE 89.50!

'".0. Box 62 Phone 2t7.21 I JE. F Miles\ Wednesday of last visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Faulk Think' of this H.irKain!

{week.Mr. and Maxie Carter Jr., were the '
\'CHIS BUY ONIN :
and Mrs. Harley Strong weekend guests of the Berns IT'S A FACT YOU CAN I) O !LETTER AT Z
nnd Mrs. Kitty Andrews were In <\ E.Tl'n'l': { :
Every Branch of Spencer family In Orlando
Daytona Sunday visiting Mrs.
Mrs. C. W. Bailey Mrs. J. L.

INSURANCEH.C Henrietta Maxwell. Simmons Mis. J. M.' Mitchell and 'I.. (;J. IIRMINCWAY.:: ; Denmark Furniture Co.
Thomas Anderson of Douglas\
Miss Lucile Mitchell spent Thurs AGENT -
Ga., was vlsltlnjhla brother-ln
\ day of last week in Jacksonville
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law and slater Mr and Mrs. R. shopping. PHONE 151

E. Jones on...Sunday.J. ,. .. ST:1RKEFT..A.

L. Sllcnx son, George/
WALL AGENCY fSNS daughters Ruby and Fannie end


PLEASE PHONE 146 niece and Mrs.Edna James Coleman B. Rosier visited and Mr. 1 New K-F "TRAVELER" Is Two Cars In One

sons in Palatka Sunday.

Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- Mr and Mrs. H. R. Gertner and

I Ideal For Use On

Sunday| / .
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Nasworthy. 9't

,, J. L, McDowell and family and M The FARM, And

Mr and Mrs. J. P. McDowell were

I Sundav_ _. gueeta. nf. John TTc'low and r t
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-D'--- Also For Vacation +
Mrs. C. F. Ward /
Sl'WANNKW: rOI'NTY LIVESTO'KMAItKKT FOR PALK: Used nlllo.. phnno-
: : Am-tlon mils each. \\>". crnph". pnrtabl. IDS> up. CI......I Mr. and Mrs. Junliin Smith and _
Owned & ",imrafH. Jr., Ph. 211)))(. 1.lve.k., Fla.. 4.1 Court A! M..dl..n. Stw< tf I In St. Augustine over the week. I ing.

"'URLJoI ell:AI": 1 Franklin Kl.OIIIIIlVKI.I, 1)(111.1.1\6 (0 I end visiting Mr. and Mrs. II. C. : :\
automatlc-draf/ wood lI..r'. ; 1
large conlburnlnacirculating :2*. 4A fII...... well e> pilmpN Wall. i -
haalftr.. Until In pond <'.>nJmt.n. Inxnlled ft repolred I Capt. and Mrs. W. W. Lamar / JN
Bradford Cuiinty 'r..I"lCro."h.. | tf Phone 13, or WHle tu: I el f
J. \. ni HM'.TTAlncilviiny. : returned to their home In Camp I Pictured at left is: (oral

ATTKACTIVK KUIINISIIBU. : & un- ,"'I". 3-Uflyr Blanding Sunday after spendingtwo / I
turnl.bod. All apt oonvenlcncei.. Clone. In. p Apply..Hlrablo. weeks In Cleveland Ohio-! and' 1 1 1 } % p'v I ilealer I.. L. Libby with

Madison tfIMXi SELl. YOUR TIMBER Wldner Ark.
Colonial Inn 301 W. ,
one of t the handsome: new ,, ;'.
OWNHHHl: .,..k "I........ VrritA NOW Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kelly were 1
Seed ('''.
\:..*: Ned K.....Marker:....:.... tot produrt.p...r .KKKI. ....!\- to Sunday visiting relatives. 4 ,,1 lN.::
4lw 6127 WILL BUY IN BULK Mrs. D. W. Moore visited Mr. ..

OR IN UNIT and Mrs. C. R. Moore in Archer

TIMBER l '" Sunday afternoon. Ai:
EDWIN W.: PECKOr Your font chancel! One-fourth off

FOR SALE John W. TurnerP. on all Graduation Gifts! "Strong"

O. Box 463 Jeuelnra. vift

& Gainesville Fla. Mrs. D. E. Johnson and Miss ,.
80 ACRKS: SAW TIMBER :
Ruth Johnson of Bynum. Ala., are a.r1' .

rrt-pwoon. COME LOOK ITOVER. Send me a postcard and I visiting friends here this week ', '. e5rw.
{ 4
.N 1
will come see you. The Johnaons are former residentsof ( f 1 i
HIGHEST 11IDDKHTAKES ;
Starke.

IT FILM KPT nKFont: tt....,. r. :w.IIKtDV Little Martha Weldon underwent HIS EXCELLENCY 'XX"
... .
AT 1 IrttO F *'F" IH Y.
I""'"'''''' ..IKT 'UO|. H.Tilt a tonsllectomy at Shady. 21 jlwel* ,+
KAIU.IOHSTEIN: crest hospital on Monday.
+ RENT urn.. horn ""''or. near. 49" '
MIH ntu AV iirhool. on \V. P. Smith Jr.. visited his
Rt. 2, Box 1S8, Stark. Flu. hlW"y'lJTi
QIlglev, l Stark.. FlH_. : brother-in-law! and sister Mr. and

FOR SALE: Farmnll. Trartor (ll) Mrs. F. W. Varnedue In Palatka ;
FOR IlENT: -rm. A bath cabin. newly overhauled. painted see Sunday and also visited In St- it;: w
Furn. Hot water. Also trailer Jame P*t..rAon. 2tp27
Augustine.;
Flnehurit. Cabin.. Rt. IOU
vpaee. .
I'h. 17-R-l-l. 4tp 1-10 FOR SALE: : Second' hand. pl""n.f1. Mrs. P. E. Canova and daughters -
Mr. L. O. Haaen 393 W Call St.
KMIl SAI.K:: boat-.all cypress. UHift. lip Norma and Emma Jane are
., practically new.. 110. Apply attending the graduation exercises
ilulf that tun. ponlta. KjirinerMarket. On The Halifax River of their son and brother Paul tonight -
W. C. Jone HP
At Ormond (Daytona) at St. Leo PreparatorySchool
FOR 8AI.K: 1 or 1000 fence pout. TheMagnolia for .
Boys.Lt.
All heart ..ypr..... see E. J. Lmwl-
Ing, tflark it -IO Col. and Mrs. James A. Griffin

'Olt SALE: Scooter In 1I'.d l conill-I: I IlIun. OaksLARGE of Camp Blanding had aa their

Nee !\Ir.. Bessie Fuxon Itt. weekend guea .. Mr. and Mrs. '
1 I. boil 850\. Mturke.. lip I Boyd Coker and son, Andy, of W. I

FOR SALE: : ClarUen tractor with SINGLE or DOfniJC ROOM Palm Beach and Mr. and Mrs. M'

s-ln. plow Other, tools. WIll I new.1 lu I FURNISHED E. Coker and ....n. Tommy of
the work of a mill I Almo
I*. I. ..p."...... old Hart Place. I APARTMENTS: Jacksonville.Mrs. t
mils R. of Stark. .. 1'P DwIght Marshall
of Apa-
nr-DAV OR WEEKPh.
Knit SALE: lot. 6, 9. 10 In Tllk. 1..1. I ITemple lachlcola Is visiting her parents,
2.1949 407N.jVach St.
Addition ror. Walnut ftloth
Kill. A. H. Creen !property Ormond. Fla Near' IMytona Ii Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland this III nil aspearautee'Ihe) I Truvrltr It u> t.\"II.,1. finirino.li -

I contacted I..irenio n.at lren.A: CJay'n admr.Servlre can. tltn-: b. w .I week.Mrs.. Edgar Wilkinson _-.__.' I d.k.r 'I. (Km" tin* riurii.t <-u..lil..iiH fold aunt must

lion rip 6.5 vlsltec the. ,-..,'r.* 111. .'U.
SALE. <>|M-it t<> |I.r."I. itrri" In titer.than I JO
FOR : nice horn itm W. her mother, Mrs. N. C. Mutt ot 1
I KOIl IIA f.E: 6-rm. hone. on douhlilot. MartlHon Ht KM A approved| ftty' Brooker in the cultic furl i>f argil npiifi/ Shin not In live 'as a i-urry-
2-var ...r..... all In first rlai. Mffht. Water. avuiUM, H->- Alachua County ,
4 dWb ., all. fife' TrntHi'r. I* d.. lu\e., Hl\- .. .
condition, on paved fit 4aiih. or 'r..oo.1 1'.1 John It Hospital on Sunday. Mrs. Mutt RA tXCEIIEMCT'A' n |>''HM-nirr faintly .rdan.yYi
'..rm.. rail at JJ4 '. Cherry .nt< "r 'I ) The culanas.tl.w, nhoux how the .
suffered broken weal ciislilon mud
a leg I
box, 787. Htarlte. Flu. lip FOIL HAT..R nice I modern completely recently. 71 JewebIT1esN6
furn: hnm on Oyntal Lake. .10 :'Ii..r' again. _>. :Strong. One- E000US Of TIM{ "F" hinged rear piini'N funrtlon.
FOR "AI.P..m.: hou e about, I I- ,"1. from IO'ark>-31 mi. from K.... 4 49"
'
acre land. Lights water ".25a. --"ton.. Height. <"*arl John It fourth off 11ft all griutuutimt gift. We Are Now Taking Orders For Early Delivery Of This;
each or term. P. O hoe'" 41. I Mrs. E. W. Hayes accompaniedby 63710
FOR SALE!:: A '41 t-ton f'h..r..tIr.wk. g11'I
3
e
Hlarke. Fla. lip -
Nw motor & ttr... "49 tmr.IVto I Miss Katherine Carter of Miami i ifed. Remarkable New Car. Moderately Priced At 2199.75
A WATKINS PRALERSHIP': IS AVAIUAHUR .fl to ...It. fnrl. .r"".... It returned laat week from rA ,
IN BRAKFOROfoi'NTY. I I Ael "" loa I.dud.d, Delivered In Starke.
Thin In one of our moat WAITRESS WANTED* Apply DlxiMotor .. two week's pleasure trip to New
valued dealervhlpi.: If Interested.I I I <'n.rt. it York City. COME IN TODAY FOR CO.JlPETH INFORMATION/ OA

J.pleaiie R Wat write kin"Immediately Company. 17 to Munition the. FOR HAT.F: >|OUM.. ,..It.... pin. Mrs. W. E. Plummer and daughter BULOVA

Street. V n' Atlanta.
PROPBRTT: FOR PALF: Tn f>tarkepity FOR 8A KB: 3-..... pnultrr f trm.,I guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. &
tjt&t
limit on Slate Rd. It at 11thstwhite hen .* brooder bo...* isooi.' <-rtn F. HaUD.f .
chlnxle buna-alow. 5rifle. turn hniiftw. elect.t range water mymtm I 'l 7 .u"rIlUJUZEU BCLOV.ELCHS
... bath, .lara-e front porch rearsereen.d :; A wa.h.r" lawn mower. ho : f Philip Hall of New York City '"
porch .. large ..loraaebldg. rarH.n tool. Ht. I, box 1 U. A.I will be a weekend guest of Mr. DCALKU'= LIBBY Sales & ServiceTemple

wa'pr. Oa h.ever. .......large. Rae omatlc etora hot.. J : and Mrs. Eddie Hartmann. "

tank. AI-HO 114 arm .Includln. REWARD for return of lady' yellow Miss Lucile White. of Tallahassee Quality lla No Substitute"STAHKE
tan trove .nMr..ly fenced 1..Y\ gold.. fulova' watch without I
lawn .> Hhart tr*.. aonahlv. Iv I Iprlmd. hand loet. Wed A.M. between spent the weekend with her broth t
$1000),down. ha I. monthly fttump'a Star Store. Plea, .. .* return er-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. i FLA. & IVatt Sto. Starkv. Fl.i. (Phone 32
Ilk. rp",. J. N. Walker Rt. t. box to Jlradfurd County Tele
115, III...... It'I Oraph. Jtp,,Ben Rowland. I - .... .. .- ----.. - ---. .






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PARK SIX BRADFORD COUNTS' TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAV MAT 21. 1919

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I was "Money. Master or Steward?" Prevatt and Miss! Helen Adklns Arizona Is spending a few days In next tour weekly" laauea. I I STATE Of FLORIDA tel

NOTICE Mrs. F. S. Dodd led the devotionaland have also been visitors to Jack at' his home her with his family ] Witness. my hand and official. Charity deuce la 8.Aurora Thompson North, whoa Carolina Mat-
seal l at Starke thin May
Florida
HamptonBy the 13 ladles present took an sonville and Gainesville and Lake and other relatives.Mr. 15. U49.OFFICIAL. You are required to above appear named on
I Jane 20. 1949, In the
Notlee I" h"r"hy Klv"n that the following deaerlhrA.. landa. will baoflPradf Mm. :51. C. SweeneylIRISTItN active part in the program ar City. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Adkins and Mrs Guy Harrell were ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Court and cause. wherein plaintiff

dav .. th.. County rangement. An Ice cream course were shopping in Gainesville on A* Clerk of laid Court pohllehtothisCOrder;
At.te tof F't'rldalto pay the s nut?tldue toe la.." hu..unt<) served In Gainesville visiting; Sunday. Pv Haven Croiiby. D C.loo. I Telegraph ihall
was the social hour.Mrs. ;
rd '
together with all costa of such hale and ad- during Friday ( W. Danilnlake: JOB.. : A. Doherty, In next four weekly hsu.o.Wltnea. .
the ame Mr. and Mrs. Everett of
vertl rat opp0Ile.tnt.Deserlptlea. to <(< CONVENTIONThe T. J. Alderman, with the Mrs. Eliza Fancher of Starke, Padgett 301 Smith Hldg Jack yin I .. my hand and official
assistance of Mrs. Ann R. Guy High Springs were weekend Ally, for PIC. 5-20 4t10 Heal at Starke, Florida, this MayIT.
q. T. n. An" O..r Taxeo Fifth Sunday Convention spent several days last week with guests of relatives 1949.

Lo' 13. 14. tot Bill 2P. of the Christian Churches of entertained the Junior classes of her daughter. Mrs. M. M. Williams ,. rtrrmlt Court. llradford Canal. (OFFICIAL a Clerk A. acid Court<
Town" ot New. Rlvarof 13.24 III ElteaoWtleon 1074 the Hampton Training Union on Mrs H. E. Stokes and Mrs. Florida la < .......,.. I. of .
S Bradford County will meet In the and ulster Mrs. R. L.
'!olD NEA 83 20 40 Friday night of last .week with a James Keede\yell were in Gainesville Mel J. T.Jg'n? :: : Plaintiff lrofeml.n4: va Charily ny Haven Crosby, D. C.
l BE Cor Hampton Christian Churches on Brown, H. CaseNo. E. St. Au-
LO litk John J. Henderaon, q.
\\J E'I't 11NWIe 1 7 211 n A. A. F."wa-cl. straw ride and picnic supper. shopping last week. 7112.Order .
of SW34 8 7 ao 40 A. A. Edwards 3.16 Sunday May 29 with a picnic Don Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. Hay of r.bllorHlo. sad Notice cuitlne, Florida .... 4t ....
McMahone of Newport Little Mary Long of Starke .A Ity. for Plf.
20 dinner being served at noon.Everyone and daughter Sylvia were Friday to Appear
7
War CIf"" 8 News, Va., spent the past week the weekend of Miss
was guest -- ----
Pnrkrr 4 69 has a cordial Invitationto ---- --a
0. H.
dinner of Mr.
0' Blk 1 night guests
Lots: 1. 2' 11cIlIa Mr., T. L.: Ward attend. here an the guest of the M. L. Martha Long.
1 of
Lot and Mrs. Lester Kite of South
E 60 It ..f o'racl BIle 17 O..ln..y. k Rahn 1110 Watterson family Starke. Lonnie L. Parker and] Rev. Donald

BE Fx' I of lot 8K to%L. A. Nott II 7 10 40 Harry Dlea..I1. 3.16 "A'C\L\tREATE AND Mrs. Woodrow Hicks returned Martin attended the E. J.

1, of Nwt4 k All GRADUATION 8EKVICKS home Friday after spending aweek Miss Mabel Greene left last
NWI4 8 ot Rd 13 1 III 80 R. R. Carlton U3 Daniels Prayer Committee meeting -
ot NWL6 with her husband In Brunswick week for Jacksonville where she
All E34 of NEye 0' NE'hof Rev M. C. Hatch of Waldo In Graham! Thursday.The JtIIUNLY1
S nil 11 7 10 17 n. n. Carlton 4.13N pastor of the Hampton Methodist Ga., where he Is employed. will be employed with the telephone

8.4'N ot4BE,' 8 SWSk i Church will deliver the Baccalaureate Mr and Mrs. G. W. Smith and company. very busy farmers these here last few have weeks been

of4: PF.VN IFxA W ot fi9AChurch Sermon to the Graduating daughter Ann were weekend : with corn beans, and peas. Now
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall.
k 9 Ltnl Eighth Grade on next Sunday : It's butter beans and watermelons.
AAoflJ"
nf'\W' f NF.or afternoon at 4 o'clock In the The Smiths. home is In Macon, BrookerBy ;
"' 0' BEI4 E
(
bt nd 18 1 2t 77 A. L. Cro.by 1016SVi !school auditorium.On Ga.Mrs. 4-11 Cl.riJ; MEETING -

A to'In NW14.SW Cor bt NWI4(Church. FxI ) 1 I II U Ar,11I, Kirkland 1.18 Wednesday evening June 1, after Edith a Van week's Alstlne visit has with returned ha :Mae Lewis The Brooker 4-H Club met Fri. j a, \ -,

NIof NN'4; Ex 3 An 81 Mr..rVOIII": McKlnn"y the graduating exercises will be day May 6th. Miss ROMS helpedthe
r 10 7 It U.I' Mrs. C. E. Fancher. In Pearson .
Cop
3. McKlnn..y 11.39 held at 8 o'clock in the audi club members fill out the
.' 7 II 10 3. A.
8T+4 of 41 fll1 lnU Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Earle Van Alstlne -
f Cottage Prayer Meeting was
NE6 of !: Lot Corium The theme "Democracy"will record books for Food Preservations
$10 ('nr UIt !Pq U 7 11 40 Vlltna Tounl& 2043 predominate the speeches of Mrs. Fred A. Whidden and held at the home of Mrs. Lottie and Orchards. A discussion 4 Wore Daysjjcy ,
1 Lot US rt an In BE Cor Van
Larry Alstlne
attended the
NEV, of NW'24 ,1 11 E. C. Hamilton Uf i four student speakers, namely Edwards Thursday night. May followed on the details of 4-H
en". Line High School graduation exerclnes
: whrre half t ec 19.
Yvonne Brooklns Delma Williamson and
Camp Short Course. The

Inter""c'. 1t k W run. N side 1095 ntR I Mae Hall and J. W. Horne, In Pearson on Friday night. Miss. Mrs. Ruth Adklns and Mr. and club members plan to have threeto GOOOJl EAR

Jr. Harmon Florence Van Alstlne was one Mrs Caswell Adkins and baby of) to the
runnN770eftbW. 12thenre 00 tt County Superintendent go Short Course from
!A 710 ft E 1200 tt to pt '.73 P. Morgan will deliver the the graduates and has now re Belle visited Mrs. Florence Varn- Brooker and many more to go to :
20 Eugene AII.'ln' turned to her TIRES
1 I U home here.
All nf Per beg. I W of hard RdKr diplomas to the above four, and adoe recently, Camp to be held at Cherry Lake 41

'4 of 8W 3411E of nd nf to Murel Rhoden, Chester Searle.Louise' several! Mrs. Alice Thomas of Jackson. near Madison. Those present

: 1 1 U 3to :Nelson D. Blocker 11 84 Adklns Luclle Hall Doris ville Is visiting friends and relatives were: Marcia Kay Hazen, Elaine '
lee erdale
where
he called to
was
R
E 1.4 nt N"nf SI'4JWIJ k Parker Carol Rusna Geraldine here for a few days. Crosby Carolyn Kelley Betty HOWONIV
conduct funeral services for his .
k 8 8.4
:Ex U n'A n.w NWt4 2 II 21 BA4 Nelnn R. PI".k 126.22 Starling and Josephine Thomas. Mr. Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby and Jean Raborn Barbara Ann Ra- ..
friend Christian.
All F.x 18 A n.w a I la 824 Nelson- D. Blockerrr 1400i son and daughter of Lendon visit born, and Miss Dorothy Ross, 4-H n .
tote 11. 63. k 54 In Wood. P STORK SHOWER Mrs. Minnie Weathersby Mrs.
lawn 11 II U 30 W.:1.: Wllk'"n' 156 ed Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas Club agent.

Tot ft2 In Wondl"wn 11 I U 10 8. C. KnlKht 1.10 Honoring Mrs. Hazel Brown Sam Aldridge and baby daughter, Wednesday Another meeting was held Friday .

L 1 S 1'6 9'11 11, 20 J3. If. Sparkman, of Jacksonville a Sarah Lee of Pompano, are visiting Cecil Davis of New Orleans 1
111).31., : B. Y Saxon and other relatives May 20 at 2 P. M. Members ,
22. 95. 46' lovely shower of stork gifts was visited his parents Mr. and Mrs.
34' : 'Z 485. : brought record books com ;
: ; InWnnAlawn here. They are enroute to
47 61. presented In Community Hall on *
13 II U 250 Canal Timber Corp n.' Llm Davis last weekend.Rev. pleted and & demonstration was ,
Monday night by Mrs. Mary Williams cities In Virginia Ohio and Mich and Mrs. G. E. McCauley .Af.00a16
NL t 49oW of2Ry 6InWondlawn given by two of the club members

11' II II 4 r..h J'). IIr..Cartnoy 12.27 Mrs. Mary Dyal and Mrs.! igan.Walden of Palatka visited Mr. and Mrs. on canning tomatoes.

Tot 56n Wno"lawn 13 I U 10 F dw. 3. Price' 3.08 ,Gertrude Slade hostesses. A demonstration B Wadsworth of the Roy Green Thursday -

tote lawn 4, k 13 In Wood-18 II U 20 W. W. Brewer 1.24 of Stanley products by Maritime Service arrived last Mrs. Russell Green was in This. It our lant sale. One-

Mrs. Macon King of Starke was week for a visit with home folks. fourth off on all ttlftft.. Strong .
Lute 33. k U In 'ood. Starke shopping Thursday. :
lawn, 11 II U 20 'Wm. M Moore 838 given before the presentation of Mrs. W. B. Alexander and. Miss Malcolm Lewis and Claude Jeweler I r With Your
tote 84. 611. In Woo 'lawn 11 I II 20 Harvey L. White 8.72. gifts to Mrs. Sparkman. Games Wilma Alexander of Starke, were Crosby visited Mr. and Mrs. C. ,, Old fire
Lute n. 17. 111. 2\( A Nyof were enjoyed and prizes awardedto Sunday guests of Mrs. Mae W. In DeLand In Circuit Conrt Bradford County It' .
lot 11! In Wood. Crosby Saturday Klorldai In Cheery
lawn IS II U 45 "'. M. n"d.ll..h. 267Nt4 Miss Hilda Brown, of Jacksonville Sweeney. night and Sunday.Mr. Robert: Bruce Lnvery Plaintiff PLUS TAX
::
ot Lot U In Wood.Inwn I Mrs. Douglas Hardy and children Helena May Levery, Defendant.
16 II II II nltn S..hmhl 2.2 ; Mrs. Coatspy Rlgdon Mrs. and Mrs. M. J. Ogdon of No. 7317. 1 12.95 PRIOR TO APRIL lit
NR'4 of 6WI,. 22 II U 411 htahle W'nwr"cht' l.f2 Edna Barker of Waldo and Mrs. I with Mrs. B. Hlnson and Pompano is visiting Mrs. Ogdon's Order of Publication dud .Votlce .

]14 fit NW'4 n' PE34 23 I U 10 II..h'h. Prlnee Dart..11 4.19 Thos. F*. Brown. daughters spent last Sunday visit. parents Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Me- STATE to OP Appear FLORIDA tot -.

T.... .t I.wtey" W..4 .f ...n..a,. ::1.1 II 2:1 Delicious cakes and punch were Ing the Jacksonville Zoo. David. Helena May Lavory. whose reilcnce .. .

stock U Chnrlle Rowe '.93Lot. served to the many guests pres. Miss Merle Ritch of Starke Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and You and are addreaa required la to unknown appear: on

.. I. I. 6. ,. 9. k S ARft spent Wednesday of last
ent. week children were In Gainesville Fri. June 20 1949 In the above named Yes It'3 the famous' <
!
ot Lots 4. 5. 0' But
here Court and cause, wherein plBlntlffaenke >
::1. R. "'h"ror"' :Jr. 1601Lott with Miss Shirley Dennison. .
1 Tllk TO :T. R. Sh"rord. 1... 2.11' Mrs. Russell Dyal and Mrs A Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins day.Mrs. Telegraph divorce hall publish Bradford this County Order
1.0'' 3. 5. 8. "Ik U. O. 3. "lIl1p. 419 H. Kelsey were co-hostesses to the have had Allen Conerly of Lees- MARATHON mod. by GOODYEAR
as recent
Lot 4. P.lk U O. 3. Phillip. 1.42 guests Mr. and burg Is visiting Mr. and Mrs.

'.... .f .....t..,.. I'.t.': f nan...,.,II.... 2L: :N. 2.1.: :20 15 2:1: Ladles Council on Wednesday afternoon Mrs. P. L. Morris Jr., and sons Lloyd Barry this week. THI TIM THAT RUNS AND RUNS AND RUNSI
May 18, at the home of of Macclenny. Mr.
Let 1. f nt rFl 16 Luclle Klltln I 32Coin and Mrs. Adklns Lyem Davis was visiting in New CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
tS8 of lot 11. the former. The subject discussed and daughters Mrs. E. M.llrarrlpllon Orleans last week. .
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t run l. loo ft for pt0f r. .
h.t. thrnre run N IA7 Mr and Mrs. Tobe Norman of
-FJ-h"'tt-- Her. it ill! Th. tire buy you're been looking
B 187 ft W N, '1'. It. Arrea Owner Hellbronn (
'razesR Springs visited Mrs.
Loulia. Drown 20
78 ft In pt of bee
Com at PW Cor of Lot 1* !' bounded on the K bv Lottie Edwards last Thursday. 'for and what a buy It Jal I Strong bodied
Wei l lr .-'t' A 8 _
A run N 137 a ftof by land
ben thence trf.r; K Be of Marshall on 'the W Sv !SICK LIST tough treaded Marathon Goodyear'a famous .
ft N 107 ft W 80 ft 8 by Nilcnx and Lewla on k
107 ft to pt nf heir Charlie Scott 3 82 the N by Ilnck 18 L. Jimmy Hazen spent a few days economy tire, now Specially priced to give
Lot 30 Ex 1 lot In NW T. ("'0'. Add tn 8 23 UnknownCarl j
; / :3.28 I last week in BIG saving
Alachua a
('0" ion ft N A 8 by OrlHrlnal. Tows *f Clarke :3H tt aa: County HosDltal you t
400 ft E A W '-Tn. Anna Lou Oodwln 30.1)7Mrs. ) Lute .I. 1, of Blk 18 KX having his tonsils removed.He -
1 lot 105 ft N A 8 bv W 25 ft Bitch 74.47K
210 ft F.V In NW One Tot Com 33 ft 2 InK Is home now and Is much bet .. Drive IrT. trade In NOW!
Cnr of Rlk 21 :J T* Harrelt 4.29 nf NW (''or of Lot 3 ter. .

W% nf EV4 of N SIS ft of Ttlk 20 A run H 41 .
of Lot 31 Ex N: .John Orlttln 26E ft K 31 8-4 ft N 4t' Mra. Donald Martin was rushedto
Lot U r.n. 761! ft to Call ft. thence W Alachua County Hospital Sat ,. CONVENIENT TERMS IF YOU WISHI ,
W I A nf Lot 41 harry KltUn 1.15 to pt nf beg Tom Burrell ,<
Lots 10. 11, ott.. R.D TJ, E 70 ft of Lot I of Tllk urday morning with an acute attack

nf Lawtey Sec 23, 14., 11 .T Fred OIlY *3 II of Indigestion. ,. ,..
26. 38 S U J. L. NI..bo1aon 4.711 Lot 1 nik 37, Ex E 70 ft Kill CaranUHK 37,31 w >< "w".o\\
Mrs. Noon
SH 'nt NES nf SE'i' "'u I.KlB."'...>. Troy. A C:'. S.D 2S 5 32: Mott :went to visit
AEM of REM 5 IS 80 Clara I. BrY8OI\ 16.71Nu her daughter Mrs. Hershell Lay-
nf NEH of !SBMNEH Ir I.nt 1 Tllk 37 Homer William TJ, SERVICE CENTER
of NW'4 of PK'-j U S 13 80 Clara r.. Bry.on I 11.n W 40 ft of Lot 3 of Blk field last Thursday morning In

E 440 ft of SEli of SWI4 IT Ida Mae Sherman 1.43 Gainesville. While she was there PIIARMACIST
Lot S A K 3 ft of Lot 3
nf NWliNWH 25 II n 7 Manual M..N.1 172
nf NWIJ nf "Wl 4 U II IS 111 M. t.. Pllal 419 of Blk 38 tolls Little 1'17 she slipped and broke her leg. State Rood 200 (U. S. 301)
avm of Nwts nt swu' II II 13 10 John Allen ,,, 4." Lot. 3, 4 of Elk 40 Lllll A I.onnla Jackson 78: She la now in the Alachua County I Phone 64 STARKE

W 4% A of NB4; of NWliAl ter Llving.feo, Traky A C.'. Add t. flHarke 2" 4 23 Hospital. We hope them all At South City L1mJt.te.
II Klnr I. Thomas 1.37 a
NW\4 II II
? N< nf Of BW3126 One Pt. Lnt between BIkn speedy 4n-the-Minit Service 8eetHor D. G xxliru Owner
4 8RV4 \ H37V recovery. < n,
I A :3 I A Lot 1 and
13 101.. Little 1.00
13 of ftvS 21 II 13

t4 43 of. BK ft:'4 nf of SWVt
3 A to fre Ivlinar A..I.... te mark :2* 8 :3J children visited Mr. and Mrs.

: ;t.x ,26 II II SJt: lola Little" 1.00 LoU 3, .1. of Blk I llobt. Q. Oreen 111.9 Charles Hardy of Starke Sun- ... "' '' -.. --- __. _, ____ -
N SOO ft nf that portion -- --
Lot 10 of nik 8ft, Peek.Ad.lleI..n *
,
nf Wit of W4 of BWii to 8tarke 28. 13 I. B. Wllkle day afternoon.
; .tI
that Ilea E of old HWV.bardRd U C. n. malt 2.07 Lot 3. 4, 9 A 10 nf Blk Mrs. Hattie Melvin Is now residing \\r .1L1 /
A NWH of 36NWV4 II II 3 J. ri Alvarea. Add to
nf ft\VH nf PFI.4. ATO Starka 33 f 11 Robt. O. Green with Mrs. Florence Varna-
u.j
1111 ft nf SWV* of All that certain. piece> ot '
HWV, nf SEVJEU. 21 II n 11 l'nknown 4.7I! Inn.I. lying :8; <>f Lnt 7, doe.Pfc.
nf NFV. of PF.27 5 n 211 r. R lTlett .71 8. 9. ll>. of Plk 3 l1a..- Dewitt Padgett of Yuma
NWU of 8WU nf NR" 34 II n la o. C. Mlrott 41'1 kin. Add bnunded 8 by
Tot I In PeetavllleAll 75 II U 17 101. 1.lItI. lie rallwny lAnd. A W bv .>. I L1 L1cquapoise
N S-4., nf NW'/i Of Monroe Ht If extended 21 3 23 2 Robt. Uitn "" '
3.80,
NW>4 B nf nv A5t II U 2 lola little 1.110
B 1 IIS I ft of WH. nf NEVi
R 81* ft nf ,V 810 ft nfNWU .
,.r r r --- nf SK'l nf NEx: parrela I
of NWU lying TT '-- eol.l 33 ( 23 1 Henry Oi,'If"Is 9,40 ,.
of Rv Ex;: Cemetery A Cnr of NE' / IWhat I
HB 4nf -
Com nt 1 ,
Fx 1M SS II II 1 Mr.. J. I. Harron 2.10 KK'i:' nf NF.4 A run .
In NW Cnr of
1 A
NWKWV4 SE34of U 5 n 1 WI1111r" Crawford 125 8.01 nf N; M beg ft' W n' ::7rf..t for N 115 pt power
nf BWI4 nfHH '9Wt4 4 6 U III 4. O. Brown
nf I 211 1':1I..b. A. F.d."r 7,61 ft W Hot ft Fresh MULLETRed
nf PW4" N\V1i I 23 tor
H too ft pt bur 29 < 23 Robt. L. Teiton .
E>4 of Nl" of 8WtWM ;, 11 S" 10 'an'.nn. So" Co 4." 24 07so BASS
: nf NWU nf SRI. 11 10 J. 6t. T.ani'aater 640 kln4tHtlon
WU of 8WM of !SE'i 11 : n 20 Posrhal lime. 566 Cum ,at 8W! Cur of 8Wt4 Dressed Cat Fish I It tit" Well, for on. thing II
Nt"4: of PKM"' : 13WiV 9 U 411 MnUIR A .lIqUIAt. !6 SI '
of NE1( ; A run N 2B4 ft .
"' Sea TROUT include new triangular engine mounts
of ,t\W nf 8E'4' 12 8" 211 Cnm.Rnn "Ptnve' ( 0. 526 E 330: ft 8 284 ft W 330 .

!PWt4, or nf PWlj NIv31 .14 8U: 40 John Jnhn..nn. 11.51Wu ft to pt of ben 33 4 21 2 Llliie Orpjra- so; Large SHRIMP which blot out' noli and vibration. It r ,
NE41 or or
NR" 18 8:11: S Jail P' I'tanl..y 443 1.In..I. City 45ri of 1t1'J". W .f nF) 3:1: 5. 22Lot. : OYSTERS I Includes new smoothness, too In LJs

Corn at. NW Cnr of "Pi'4' I. 8. nf IlIk 8 !Cain 1'"II..rm". 166 Steak FISH ? both the V-8 the type of engine used
ot N9% k "n F' 394 ftP \
Nelson
119!I ft for pt ot hegthenra : 769 nttI r' \\14lkol"NF\' 8'"a 1.18 Live Fryers & Hens N In America1 t moil expensive can and

run F': 514 ft R h:" R' Las tt U 8 U :III Walter Wlllln 115? In the new. SIX, the most
61 ft W Bit tt N U ft IW'4 nf NW1 nt SF.li 34 I U JO John H.
to rt or b.... 18 6 11 1 .Tn .r" nAh..k. '.411 Lot 6 of 11Ik I '"......lIy 1I'lffh. 11.111 ALL FISH DRESSED modern "six"! on the road.
Rt4 of NF.I.nt NRti 17 6 11 21) 11 11. Rtrnfrl.lt 1219F "m..llell, In NW\t ofNW :
S.4 of "P'i: of "F.'I 17 6 23 10 navo',1 0 'rawtor,1 791W4 % 35 8 U 1.'nktlo1\'n FREE OF CHARGE r \ J ,
Of NVInr AY,:, 18 8:1a: 10 Ya..o JI"nk"uun 4.02 Lots s A 7 nf "Ik 3 lake n.1I ,
(001 4211 ft Y t.olll .1'' Kln..v. heights. .. In 40 \
(:'or f AWM of AW4 NFt nr SF.4 38. n (ha... H. 3rrlllllan. 1.63 MAGNOLIAFISH t -
run 64'11afN50h F. 3.4 of NWI. '
118 tt S So tt In pt ofbe A IVty: of NftW 0} !
21 1 12 3o.\hln.. EII"r""n 903 NW', 10 1 23 50 3rury, n. 11,1II.y U.H'' MARKET Irk

fl...". A...... 6.71 21 e 2:1: On. Tot In NR'; "cr:; ofNFti I I r
: 150 ft F by
Iota. I: A. T. 0. Plock 1 11. A. Mnnn.n" l' 24r..t 21111 rt N k II 3 T U. r. D. "r..r.llln..y 1.18 Y
4 I1lk I 0.\ KellV 411Tot. at4 of SWL ot SE\ ofW'E 1
1 10. 761k :3 I H. A. Ilnnn.ea. 4"t.ot. 7 22 S 1..11" Cnlline.
I. 2. 3.1 IIlk 3 11. A. IAnn...... 4.8 of. 9Fti: nt I'4: :\ 7,60PFPS I I

N R".e gat-Div' I. .%6"I .f 9E 44 ot N % .f 96/ of 6F14 ; nf "((01' "t. ". 4 7 U 30 J'r.. F.. 31. {"h""r' '.13'' '
efgvlj'; '
Com nt PF 'or ot RW'4of I
NF'j A run N 480 rt Du4ze dtem
Lot I Silk It .YR. W. JlIIII 411 for "t or h".. Ihenre %JfI
Lot I. nile" 'lIh"rt I""rh"a 4 13G..a. run W- Ma tt N 63 tt FInn I

... "...1)1... 2. 4 2:1: tt 10 U ft to pt ot I \t
hog II T 22 1 Norlfllltlon S.U''
Tot I I3lk 1 1"10\.1" I'I..k..n. 130 rom 711 yt1. IV ot AF 'or. 1'I
lot 24. RIk 1 'tel" I"lIv"nport LAO fit "Por' to I k run W 340ft _
tat I. nile 2 J. .J liroca. 130 S :lU tt F 240 tt II I T. R.. Clara. Clifford
Lot 10. T"1k 2 (very 'mltlt' 980 119 tt tn b.c 1'1' 23 Kal'h 2252 ,
lot 13. Silk I RnmIMOn White 1.80 I.nh I. :2, .t Tllk 11 1'I"t n. O. SImmnn4
NUt of Lot It k Lot 11 I..t 14 of "Ik 14 1. 7 I' f71aAV.. ,. Shafer :960
nt Jllk 3 II'tI.. 76.11 !Mallory 3'0 NI'.i': ot "Pll'4' '. nt NW'4 tt 7 11 10 I.. ::1. :11..1.0.1: ISO I :
Lot U. Dik I Walker Taylor 2.80 N14 or I'IW'ot' SW\4\ 11 7 It 10 Luule n. Adam... 4.7:1: f the e
One Lot a. deer In J'"d" I.nt 11 ror 317. Vernon. !!.J') of t
Book n. pate I 116 U I II John Warren 180 nNW'4\ of NF4 N of hspart j
One Lot In NW'i tof W" Hampton and Theresa.
"If deco In feed Book Itnllo1 H T n '1". ::1. Alderman 1.42 Q'tt awew1.
60. pats n U. II 1 Charity Tucker 4.T3 r." 30. fnn. '.N ear. ad.
oAdd o
In In
On. Lot as dean Deed ?
30'la: E. C. Lamb
432
b.e hook 6J'wPj!. PIIIWtl.U I U 1I0r.o. Calbert 6,43t Rpr'" 6. Hampton I'II.k "
Cotn at or of of f See
nl "w A run E flta fIt ,2m:; r4NWW k :

III /t for pt ot bet 1 nrVl ot "'W'4' 31 7 II Mrs Sara "Feel"yw.
Ford
thence run "IoV 60 ft H 5,4' ot N014 rot SEI'4 Ir Brugg.r SilO I I ..... the new "," of ,..'. King-Six. .
1110 tt F. 60 tt N 100 ftto "yr.1 of PF4 U T n 80 lIar Xt"fo'w beg NW1U I U 3011 Scott 110nf All th..t portion 0' W14of 1351 NOW is a good time to .", loo "Magic Action" help them work 35%

N la. 3.4 tof : SF-'i of flRl' F of nv I 8 12 1 Tony. nrimgo t.U And you notice th* "f..'" of safety of
NE' Ir ill E"n' Lot 1 W' ot A .dJoln" check Fire Insurance
AEtd': nt NW\4\ N of Rd f1.'n.y. Ave. The your Ford's. heavy gouge "Lifeguard". Body. In combination

k N% ot SF-II. nr toF.4 24 S II GO Jim nrc" Et AI 10.83 lI'v.n R-O 0' NW'4' nt policies. with Ford's. new S cron-
tt tot
W .0. ft nt N 105 '
yRti 13 8 n A. J. I'IIPhbln.
r F.Jjo, of NWt4 .f SE34 ot Tr''" 1-R. ;lft Pleaint 1.14 This new "feel" goes all through member box lection from. It's 59%
Nf4 Ex W 411 tt U 8 II Eugene hunter 4.73 4.1"> A" .....nr.I.... In flat
the Ford. You notice It I
E 115 tl or N 101tt ofE14 n..ok ". Fgr 45 13 I n Fred p"td t.84 FREE SERVICE new fin'r.: k .I. more rigid
the
.f NW1t 0' 8E14 It'' .f O'le' 7. Oovt. Lot when you' feel thai 'Fmge74 p" ,a e "ne eI...

nf NF.4.t NE 'or ot W34, tit U 1 U O. H. I.Ittle '4.11Com It'1.tu t.nk..ldo. A .t s.n'l 1.3 ot 12 8 n F. n. "III."n ".81 Control. Then you get the "feel" fry the) Yes, there's nw "feel" In driving

S1'\4:\ nf NE' k. run W .xic'1 or PW'4 IS' U 5 John 'avla I.U of Ford's"Mid. Ship" Ridel Plenty th... days and. only Ford has M s..
376 ft for Of of hetth.nee n, .. Lot a..1.., In feM ;
run W SO ft lr nnok 5' ""... 85 aIs. of room for sin big peopl on' new Ford: 'FEEL! your Ford Dealer today-tab* the

l St RS0ftN105 .tu U W. A. Cook 933NE4 In....1 Rook 55. P..e 11.34 5 n Flehinr 'Club 41.18 tola-wide seals In the smooth'" wheel. and fry the new Ford ",..."

S4" of oPEM gof PEtt fit riding tenter section of the car. 171 -yourself!
W IS ft k. India? Bears M-l1I: 5 :25Lt Charley E. Johns
F 6e! r-tX EXU 8 U I F.4"a n. )111I. 1'.41 I.... 7 Ann Ollb.rt 1..t1

.. pnrtlon o"lot. NW'4 11 W. H. Scott 14.74
AIf' .SF.,. lying of Ca. 1154' or tot U .. rh.. K. Caldwell 2193 Agency
sal an.1 N nf c.n Pt.k tot U III K. Ja..n 5014 rh.... IS STARK, FLA.
'
I'J of Weller ,$t. T.e Lot. III Cox a Spesring II 33ladla. Andrews Motor Co.
f"m.. nf JIIr. I). 1V.Moor. .
.. H. Jr. Ho".ton. Bearh t..u N.. a 3:11.S11: II 22 1 e 12i.ot

ChaAea .7..nkln. k F.x .9. 14 W. H. Scott I11
where" bulldlny" are 10. rot. 5 A. B. Orlftln 401 .
.t.d In ,.W Rnrner A Lot If ''I F. T. 1>av.. 4411 Phone 113 SUrke.Fla.
F.x 1 Lot to 3. M. Edwards Lot 11 3 Unknown 4.82
II II Florida 1'JaoUca. leer 117.73
0.... I..t ..bout n ft wIdC. OW 3. R. xELLT 6.p'weeetlae THa THAVCLIMf. :* Hartford ASHION ACADEMY OF NEW YORK SELECTS THE 43 FORD AS"FASHION CAR OF THE TEAR .

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAHKK. FLORIDA PAGE: SHVETt

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At The TabernacleTwo Is moving to Camden) 3 C: June to Mrs. %V. J. Siprelle Miss Con- se.t Tel or FLontnt. rat unknown'V
1. nie Knight and Mrs. C. J. Bestedo M.iruarot, : It. Xutell wtioim r.ald.nc:l 1|I You are required to. appear on
Long
IH lee Cedar Av ,
IJeiicti. CalIfornla
> June JO. ma. m the above
PUNCH1kA especially good messageswere Keystone:Heights: : The honored guest received a while Mrs. Lydia Hurley and Mlas : I|i Court: and cause, wherein plaintiff named
brought In thepervices Sun- corsage of pink and white Gladys Fellers took the honorsIn You are required to appear on seek dlvorrv. Bradford County
Jane So 1949. In the above named Tl"*raph hall publish this OrderIn
day by the Sponsor of the Taber- lions, a lacquered salad carna-J Oklahoma. Court seeks divorce.and oaus., wheroln Bradford plaintiff 1 neat four weekly l*>us.
nacle. servers and a green Whenever you nave some news shall County: Witness| my hand and officialseal ,
Teleirriiph publish this order
M.O..ICERS INSTALLED at Stark, Florida, this
The Saturday night Youth tainer for flowers. you'd like printed Just drop a cardto In next. four weakly ia.us. 17. UU MarOFFICIAL
Meeting was also inspirational On Tuesday May 17 the PTA Mrs. H. L. Morgan, Jr., Box Witness my hand and officialneiil ( ,
SAD line of held Its last meeting for the year. GIRL stxnrr BAKE SALESEvery H at Stark, Florida, this May As Clerk of sail Court,'
and was along the Tem- Keystone Heights Flu., or atop 17 1949
Mrs. W. H. Redfearn, president Saturday until July 9th. ; ., I By Haven Crosby, D. CChan.
perance truths. Two new mem- at my home which Is at an acute IUFFlC1AtAs Clerk M'said Court .
presided Mrs. F. M. Walrath, Jr.. the local Girl Scout Troop will II. )Hit. 104 OS (fuarentyLife
Baptist Church"The Methodist ChurchOn bers were added to the group and angle from Keystone Inn. fly Haven Crosby D. C. Hulldlnc.I ", Florida
there was a visitor from Gaines- presented the devotional after offer home made delicacies for Ch..... H. lisps... 104-oft Uuarsnty Life Atty. fur Pit.: k'onYlU.i20 41 1-10
which the president gave a com- sale on the lawn of the Post Of Fran Morgan. Iiulldlnir., .lackionvlll. Florida.
Power of the will .
Spirit" June .
3rd the Annual Conference Atty. for Plf. (-SO U .10I.
be the message by the Pastor at will convene In Lakeland ville.R.. J. Gomes Is attending the plete and favorable report of the fice. They are earning money to S . .
the First Baptist, Starke this Sun with the opening business session Independe Fundamental I activities of the organization go to camp on Black Creek. A- (brat l< C'n.... Hradfard f...
day morning. This the third message beginning at 3 p. m. The Con- Churches of America ConventionIn since September. I bout >5600 has been realized Lake Geneva Florida P. Cmillity.!. c..'aa.e.ry.Alfred flalntlff... ..... Rule I
on the Christian's power- for ference will close at noon on Tues- Terra Haute, Indiana while on Mrs. Redfearn was presented a I from the three sales already held. Q. OuillUy. Defendant. Cam. No. 7110.Order COLO NIALFLORIST
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parting gift by her fellow officersin rkll<- service. The choir will be directed day. The Sunday of June 5th his vacation and will visit other FIRE DESTROYS DWELLING By Blanch CunninghamBy A..eaTATH .
by Mrs. Lucille Green with I will\ be "Conference Sunday" and places of Interest before returning appreciation of her fine leader- Is II OP K LOR I I) A. ..!
ship. She In turn presented Mrs Keystone Heights a safety Kill. O. Caullcy: whose r...ld.nc. I I.
Mrs. ;Mona Canova at the organ L. F Chapman will be the guest to Starke around June 1. minded little town. I moved here
A. B."atson. vice :Mrs
Baptist Seniors will be guests speaker at the U o'clock hour. president. Illanrho CunninghamOur
Dec. 20, 1947 and witnessed my
R L. Walker, treasurer and Miss
of honor at the morning service The 11 o'clock service this Sun- Presbyterian ChurchThe first fire last Wednesday night. A popular post master Mrs.
this week after they are entertained day will be the last Sunday ser- Gertrude Houser. secretary with one-room dwelling behind Don Ida M. Gentry attended the Flor EXPERT

at a breakfast at the Gui vice for.: this Conference Year. The Sacrament ot*the Lord's remembrances.The Pangborn's lumber yard was totally ida State League of District Post

don Grill by Rev. and Mrs. Halnes. sermon subject :will be: "The Way Supper will be observed Sunday elected and following Installed officers were destroyed. No one was In- masters which was held In Lake Sdfs (j)
Sunday evening there will be To Know". This Is a natural f.l- morning at 11 o'clock. Every : jured. City Friday and Saturday. She I
no service at the church In co- low-up! message to last Sunday member of the church Is expectedto President Mrs. H. L. Morgan reports having had a nice time

operation with the school as the morning's presentation of John be present and visitors who I Jr. A school picnic will be held Mrs. B. Cunningham and sons
Baccalaureate service for the Wesley's heart warming exper- have no church home In Starke'are Vice President Mrs. R. V Thursday June 2nd. at Gold Head were Jacksonville callers Friday I FLOWERSFOR

seniors! will be held at the High ience. Invited t<> join with us In cel- I Spencer. Branch State Park Mrs. Walter night ego I
School USO. Rev. Haines will There will be no evening service ebration of the Holy Commu Treasurer -- Mrs. Ray Hurst. Colwell wife of the custodian Tt-rrill W Cunningham NAS ALL, OCCASIONS
bring the message of the year. Sunday except the MYF meeting.Our nion. Secretary Mrs. E. A. Rush and her daughter.. Sheila a student Jacksonville, spent the weekend

"Christ is the Answer" congregation will join other A service preparatory to Communion ton.Cokes at the school will be host- with his mother and brothers. DISH GARDENS
and cookies served
Sunday School meets at 9:45: congregations of the city and will be held at eight o'- after were esses. Mls.1 Aileen Wagner P. J\:. epa TOTTERY
with Juniors and Intermediates in county in the Baccalaureate service clock on Wednesday evening. Mrs. the Craig meeting Cllssori.was Mrs.adjourned.M. L. Commander Jesse L. Hill\ has Yonge student Gainesville, spent SERVICEChad.
the Jackson Street annex and the for the Senior Class of Brad- Sunday School at 9:43: a. m., been at the U. S. Naval Hospital the weekend with her parents. Mr. POTTED PLANTS
Sibley and Mrs. R. O. Mann were I
Nursery and Primaries In the new ford High School. with classes! for boys and girls and hostesses. In Jacksonville for a check-up and Mrs L. N. Wagner. Miss
building. Others gather in the old Mid-week prayer service' Wednesday the Friendship Class, taught by I since April 20th. He has been I' Wagner Is a member of this year's C. FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE

building.. at 8 p. m. C. M. Turney, Is for men and !SCHOOL BALL TRAM WINS home for weekends. graduating class ShepherdAt

Training Unions will meet at 6 The prayer group meets Tues- women. This class will also hold Resplendent In their new grey, Guests of the S. E. McKay's Mrs. L. N. Wagner's nephew Nona St Stark
this week in order to dismiss for day morning at 9 o'clock. Bothof Its business meeting and social at trimmed with blue and red uniforms last week were. Mrs. McKay's Billy Baker will also\ graduate Gay's Service Station *

the High School service. I these prayer services are held the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kauf the Keystone Heights cousin )Mrs. M. Hundervadt of from Putnam High School, Pa- I
Plans for Revival go forward In the Junior Department.Come man on Call and Water Streets School baseball team trimmed Mel- North Bergen N. .1.. and her son, latka.
steadily and cottage prayer meet- and worship with us. tonight (Friday) from 7:30: to rose with a 12 to 7 score. Lt. Commander R. A, Hundervadt, Mrs Sue Myrick :who has been "
ings will be held Thursday at 7:30: 9:30: o'clock. I Charlie Hasklns, pitcher and who Is stationed at Norfolk Va. visiting relatives In Culuman
in homes as follows: St. Mark's EpiscopalSunday The Junior Westminster Fellowship star of the- game fanned nine They are on their way to Miami. I Ala., will go to Marion Ala., the Sunday Night at Eight
Mr. and Mrs. B. T Thomas Mr. meets in the Chapel of the batsmen. 27th. She expects to return
and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, Mr. and Church May 29: 9.43 a. m., Presbyterian Church every Sunday Other boys on the team are: N.Mrs.V. Walker F. M.. Walrath motored to and Mrs. 1 home In June. She reports having Pastor Bob Gray Will Tell
Mrs. E. D. Tenly, Mr. and Mrs. School. Nursery and kin- evening at 6:30.: This fine Junior Paul Rivers Mike Redfearn, Art LewIs-I a nice time.
dergarten in the Pariah House. ville. Ga.. last Friday. .
Ewell Lawson. Leading these Club of Episcopal and Presbyterian Ruscher Wallace Rivers. Cecil There was a good attendanceat
Primary Junior and Intermediates: Mrs. F. M. Walrath Jr., andchlldr..n "WHAT HAPPENS TO PEOPLE
meetings will be Mrs. H. A. Lawson the
young people welcomes Came Eulln Rushton Darling evening church services
Mrs. Nobel Maxwell Rev. S. In the Church. Morning Prayer other young folk of Junior High Baker. Hayden Hasklns Alfred Michael and Kay Joined Sunday of the newly organizedFirst WHO STAY OUT AFTER MIDNIGHT"
them at Lewlsvllle and from there
and Sermon 11 a. m. by Rev. Slm-
E. Sparks and Rev. L. D. Haines.
grade. Watson. Lane Sibley Ray Hurst, Baptist Church of Keystone
the Walraths will to theirsummer
An invitation Is extended to all mona. Youth Fellowdh p. 6:30: p. Evan Dykes and David Swartz. go Heights. Services are being held
to meet and to pray and also to m., in cooperation with the youthof CHURCH OF JESl'S!' CHRIST welder. cottage near Ashvllle N. temporarily in a large tent here. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton
C.. where Mrs. Walrath. Sr., will
remember the 9 o'clock hour daily the Presbyterian Church at OF LATTER DAY SAINTS:' The committee reports that they
the Mrs. Walker 11:00 A. \. "Believing Is Receiving"
spend
that Church. summer. :
In for You will School INFORMAL fOFFKE AT
pause prayer. finda Sunday at USO Bldg., expect to be able to go ahead
The Church is open daily for HILL HOME plans to leave Lewlsvllle June 1 7:00 i' DL H. T. U.
cordial welcome at the First at 10 A. M. Sunday. with the building plans In the : :
prayer and meditation. Mrs. Jesse L. Hill entertainedlast and spend that month with the
Baptist Starke. Cordial invitation extended to very near future. This new
all. Friday morning. May 20, Walraths.Mrs. church will be built In Keystone (The> newt In preaching Is coming with the Daniels'
Christian ChurchBible C. R. Devlin has returnedto I
CHVRCH OF GOD from 10:00: A. M. until 12:00: noon Heights.rlrralt. lCf'vl'alIf'f'tlnll! ; lu June Plan NOW to attend!)
Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor School Sunday 10 a. m. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS: with an Informal coffee party In McComb, Miss., after spendingthe 1 .

*th t St. Clair Sta. This congregation will go to 10th St. and Temple Ave. honor of her mother, Mrs. J. P. winter and spring with her ..'.1..1.... !.('D.c...".'....ntadford.,.. (....,..
School 10 Sunday School 9:45: a. Morn- Himmel .of Beaumont, Texas who daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and .
Sunday a.m. Hampton for the Fifth Sunday m.; rharlon T. Kiititll. J.. rinlntirf.. v.. .
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m Convention of the Christian Ing Worship 11 a. m.: Evangelistic arrived by plane last week. About Mrs.' C. J. Baatedo, and their No.MurirnrM 7311.. It. Zutell, l>of
Sunday: Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Churches of Bradford County. (). Services 7:00: p. so. Everyone thirty guests called duringthe daughter, Bobble. Order .f ............ see N./lc* FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev.
Y. P. E Sesvice Tuesday 7:30: p.m. A. Clark will be the speaker Hi welcom oppolnted hours. Recent guests of Mrs. Ella C. t* "..". Lewis D. Halo*, Pastor

Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. 11 a. m. At 8 p. m. Mr. Clark Mrs. Kimmel is thoroughly enjoying Bird were her granddaughter and .. ,
CATHOLIC CHURCH her husband Major and Mrs. MOTHERS!
Keystone and expects to be RegUter The
will at the Christian ChurchIn
speak
"la The Heart ., Town And !. The Heart*
MUll 10 Walter W. Andrewsem of Fort
CONGREGATIONAL Starke. Mr. Clark Is a force- Sunday a.m. Here several weeks. Mr. Kimmel New nahy For Valuable
.
METIIODIST CHURCH ful speaker. You will enjoy hearIng Sunday School 11 a.m. will join her later. Sennlng, Ga. Mrs. Andrewsem Is Gift At Our Store of The People"

him.CHURCH. Week Day Mass 8:30: ana. the former Miss Margaret Bird .....,. ." "
Services every first and third !MRS. J. i. NORK HONORED and Is well known In Keystone
Saturday night Sunday morningand OF CHRIST dayBible Study is every Wednes- WITH PARTY Heights.( She and Major Andrewsem ";-) j, A Southern Baptist Church Fur All People

Sunday night, 11 a.m. and Bible School 10 a.m. Sunday day at 7:45Onefourth: Mrs. N. A Parker was hostess were. married In Okinawalast )'.. ..'.:;:;. ,., .
8 p.m. at Congregational Metho- Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday Saturday morning May 21, at a October, honeymooned In Morning Wor"hlp-lll00: happy hoer I:.

die Church on Brownlee Road.- Evening Service 7:45: p.m. Sunday off on Watches", delightful breakfast and bridge China. traveling by plane and returned ; 7Jtt/M Sunday IilC'h..l-9:43: Training faloa: _<::45

Rev. Ernest Grlffls, pastor. j I Gifts, etc. Strong Jewelers.. I tendered to Mrs. J. J. Nork who to the States, landing! at -J WEAREverything Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00 t.. :'1.

__ n.__ San Francisco at Christmas time. ., ,
From California they went to for the Child '
!MORNING: "Power of the Spirit"EVENING
Camp Campbell Ky., and just From Birth to 12 Years OldRONNIEDONNIE
recently to Fort Benning. I : Service at Illicit School (USO) lluilcling

Miss Betty Clapp Is home with REVIVAL IIEGINS NEXT SUNDAY, JUNE 5TII"T !

her parents Mr. and Mrs. Rich- STORE ,
.
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lie IIOJJcotfiil IBlffiY 1 glnb"CCJJEWJl@ffilE ard Los Clapp Angeles, after, Calif.spending a yearIn 228 K.: 'all Htarke' I "Visit The Church With The Visiting Pa torn .

Dale Siprelle and Johnny Hudson '"
who attended Melrose High
were member of the cast of the
Senior Play, "Here Comes Char-

lie", which was presented last
Friday evening. Miss Barbara GROCERY
Chrlstoffers, a junior at the
!school! served as prompter for the STARLING
production> which was highly successful. I & MARKETHOMEOWNED
a Funds raised arc to be
\ used for the purchase of raps and
gowns for graduation end a class
\., "L\\ picnic at Juniper Springs.Mrs. () () : Corner Call & Cherry STARKE. FLA.

Harry Sawrey of Penney
.i x % Farms' stopped overnight with: SI'KCIALS Flill)AY flee\ SATURDAY, MA7.\\

Mrs. Marge Tracey on Monday.
Mrs. A. L. Banner of Savannah We{ lleKcrve the Right la Limit Quantity

Ga., mother of !Mrs. II L Walker
has returned home after spending
_
two weeks with the Walkers.
,. Mr. and !Mrs. T. B. Sanders also .

of Savannah were wcek-rnd' of With H Swift's the l'urrhI\lt'Premium: II). c
guests; of the Walkers. I SUGAR 5 19
Mrs. Put Fraher proprietress rirnic )Ham( at the

of the Beauty Shop, announces Regular Price

that she Is stocking an Inexpen- _
rive line of smart handbag I

happen to be having my hair Fresh FieldPEAS 10; <>/,. CunORANGE
done when the salesman stopped
and believe me the bags are cute
Ik* SlyUliiM D. Lux. -Do.r Sedan and the price-tags more attractive 3 lb. 25c JUICE 29cBACON
WfiiX lUtwall Hm oo'/omil/ ,al nltaI ..d than any I've seen ,

The PTA held Its annual "Sum

mer Roundup" last Tuesday morn-

its stykd loo male sr./ Iclan in 11'. Dr.and Covlngton Mrs. Barnhlll County County I'hy- BEST; WHITE: 21 c

you to Nurse all children, gave physical entering examinations first grade : ::: PER: POUND/

In September.

IN I 14* DRIVII CAN III II flit IN 1f4. DIIVII CAN HI 24 nnCLOSII We highly recommend the cafe
TO MOMT O*' CAS.If41 CLOSER TO alAI Or CAR IN MIIIOI at Keystone Airpark. Eleven ofus
1.4. 14 I4I went out to chicken dinner Rent flue KOKRICE Any IlramlSNUFF

. Sunday and was it good! Haw Bill i
---:- -- 1" -- "'" C. D. and Glenda Whitesldes dinIng lb. - 12i/2c 3 (for 25c
I
II I I I I I I I with the R. II. Brownings operators ,
of the Airpark

Chevrolet's' Leader-Line Styling makes it Mrs. Ray Vlcker'ft home was
new possible to give the setting for an evening dessert .

. you Panoramic Visibility-a fuller, freer, safer view of the road and Prizes card for party bridge Monday were awarded at 7:30.: TRIPE l KING I'Elt IIAN'S CAN 42 c



Look ahead The curved swept-back wndhiel! Each sweeping change In Chevrolet's functional

contains 30% more glass area. Look down The design was made for a P'U'POll-to seat you in WELDING
L- Fresh Per Dozen We Pay In Trade For Fresh
smoothly-rounded hood lets you see the road a more comfort, to provide more room and more .

full 11 feet closer in. Look back! A greatly storage space, to make driving easier safer and ; E-G-G-S - 49c E-G-G-S - 49c

enlarged rear window gives a closer wider smoother. .

view behind. .
ISUna L / .J styling-styling that slays

All the way through, the beauty of this great advanced It's another reason why Chevrolet We offer the people ef Starke IEUPOUND 15
NECK BONES
new Chevrolet springs from functional design. for '40 is the most beautiful BUY of all!
Sal vicinity' one of the most

modern and fluent equipped


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TORODE CHEVROLET CO. MACHINE SHOP

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STARKE, FLA.



COUNTY TFXEfJK STARKR.
ror. RIGHT_. ____ __ __ FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAT 27 101.
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7a31.man J. Ream, berendant. Cann 'i.: '" with plane, iipeclflrntlona I ortlfl, ,lien! will be Bold to the June 1, A I>. 1041. :ripHrrlntlon. f>
r" I I Order at I>ahM/.a>lon Aittlpe uontrai-t mxiumoiita.. reWflveI I t irhent. l holler fit th. court IIOIIMO I'rouerty Lot a, 7 of Hilt J |jtkKln
.
"P"...... .MI<.\IH UK fl.OIIIUV I"It.e'.. wIlull tniiy b ".exainliind, .ir on t Miiirnt Monday. In month/ -"l"'iy llulirhta. In MIS'! of Nw'Nertlnn '
ft .1 Htittrnittn, J. Hearts whi M" rnld.. office. 1 uf. the Superintendent, ul I Ior July 1H! which IH the 4 lav 31TnWIII.hl"\ 6 Mouth, Mann.
IM "HttttlKart ArkunHtiM.. : III!< Inrtruotlon' .. t-tarku. 'I..I"'I of July 1U9.! Uutud this SO day. at 29 I0a.t. Name In which ".."..,.,
You tiro ri4umnl. ti. appear ..nt. I the urrico f Sanford W. JUy.' 11)4) (ban.. .. H McMillan. AI
TI June l 87. lMl! 'In the -hltarl, I/lIln..vlllo.. ., of In the Countof
t above net. 'c.to"I<'l 11| plane It .. Florl.on"l A. J. Thomas' Clerk of circuit Dralfot, Clltc" :
Court anil wherein 'Court .t' Florida Vn
rYt I" .. .. Uradfoltl County Floridaurriclnl
o'i.: ''' M tt forma for
I. HettkN divorce rftHtorutioii:: ... by fleneral ('....,.....t"." from ( wai ft.7 u 8-17 lees such cert or o.rt.. .hall bo re
I.b law
to
mttldnn came Bradford h.., .if Maid. offices by depositInw := :; l ; auvh the proorrgertifoaie.ewill
TolcK'aph Khali putillxh thla certmcai
Ui .
In next four weekly IwHuea. the Hum of Ton bulbar >..llr( .. of Application for Tat livedllouae ; ho void to th
t WMiianH my hand and off, $. .nut In cuHh or money order, ( Jllil No. 1S42) hlffhe.t bidder at the court hour'
.
1p ..,Hl 1 at atlirk.i, KliirltlH.' thin. ; depoHlt will' be refunded u"ou.lIltnd..lnn Notice /IH hereby given that Joe door on the. flrat Monday In mont
l 2., !1949.VFFICIAL. .. ... of a bona. fide hid and Griffin the holder of the t..lI..wlnorc.'tln..ale of July 'I94. which I. th. 4 dn;
tt ( 8I3AT.' ) .... of. Haiti' plan and contract him filed. said certificatesfor of July, 1944, Dated thin 15 da''
of erld In Rood condition with
*
A. Clvrk .. n tax deed to be lamed thereon.. of May, 1949.
ten daya after the date net for
By Haven Crnnhy. I. t'. .. The. certificate numbers and year, A. J. Thoma*
ChiiM. It. HBHH 2<1'.<111 (!luiiranly' the bids. Any additional of Ismiunce, the description of the Clerk of Circuit Court of
JtulMlnir. Javknunvllli, .' h "n rt'iueeted :,ro.lo.bld: will property, and the names In which CTad'or*
: ;; 'J the I County. Florida.OrfluUl .
t Alty for Pit. i-87 4t It: was aeeeeard are a* foUawsl I Certificate
fw furnished at the actual coat of
-- I ,' / but without refund.Hlflders No. 13,1. Year of issuance ( Seal ,-27 4t '-l
"
Call for II lit* .>nllro ... ('eat.... miint b. .. -- -
QIII..llrI..llonH -- -
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......... KlurlUaHHHP ........ -
"' to the Hoard of Public
| .| bid will b. rarelved I I ... ..tlon of tlradford County '
the Hoard of 1'iiblto InHtructlon. I Men's Clothing
I Ia Ii
III I I'I'lIe1c
office Itrndrord of the County Muporintendvnt, Florida, ol'at I The Bradford Hoard of County PublicInstruction Florida. re-. ALVAREZ' STORE Establlshe-1 i 1894
lie Innlructlon In Starke, .
i
..
..
zq. waive Informal-
t .v. the right to
up to 10 0'tlofk A.M., KHT! W ac.'i. .
.
bid and ,
neadav. Jun. 15. 1949. at which .I. In any. to reject any
and place all tilde received will all bid. .
publicly opened. and rend aloud The lion id of Public Innfrno-
furnlnhlnir all iimlorlaltf and linn of Bradford County
and. conHtrucllnjf IIMU Mddltlon. Florida
fast rlnN.r.t..m. to .,...... ... Hv H. P. Morgan. S..r..la.Y.27 .
,1 .........1 "I..... .. r bid "received after, the ."
fled. lime and ante will not be ."". of AppllcnlloH for Tai Deed
Hlder.d. (Houne Bill No. lldl
Each bid tnupt bo accompanied Notice IH hereby. given that A.
a I'ertlfled .h..k or bid bond Adklna, Jr. the holder of the
the. amount. of five per cent of ,i rertlflcatea. ha. riled Raid
new uniforms for all !ftlrla. turningout Kane >bid aw Kiiiirantee that the ,, ... Mrat.. for a tax d..d.o be IHHU- '
Gainesville Market Come And Get It! der, If awarded the rnntracV.. .. thererin The certificate numbera A esrcL
I In their behalf. Practice hai wl>hln ten conHecutlve. ..... .. .... of '..u..e. the description A
Livestock ReportWe been !going on every evening and i " after written, notice being the. property und the namea In
of euch enter Into a.neNHed fol
award It vas are a.
Members of tho Starke. Rotary Club, their wives and guests are I It looks like it will be a fight contract with the Hoard of .: Certificate/ No. S9. Year of
had a light run of cattle above aa they queued up for fish and hush puppies at their from start to finish. Both teams ,Instruction of FTadford (' .. .... ... May 8A.. t>. 147. Dc.crtptlnn .
thia week with more than enough pictured Florlili. In accordance with the of Property: 13 70 ft of Lot
Ladies. Night outing In Gold Head Branch State Park Thursday of are looking: for more volunteers cepted hid and give a contract of Illk 27, Original; Town of Htarke
tmryrra present to buy all live. to help out in substitution The ty' bond imtlMflu.tory to said ....tlon f, Township t Mouth Mange
last week. Serving his plate In center of photo Is Dr. Freeman Hart ., to .. %
Mock. Market was steady to 50 In In an amount fiial| one Fart Name In which aHHensed J
Bloomer Girls will be attired
of the Gainesville Club and faculty member of the per cent of the contract prlen.Nn ..... Jny.. All of said
Rotary .
percent higher on all laughter president you-know-what the same aa laat I bidder. may withdraw bin } ... ... being In the County or.a.lto.d.
attle. Market was $1.00 to $3.00 University of Florida who made a humor-filled after dinner speech. 'for r period of thirty lava I State of Florida. UnlesM
"the. date set for the opening tit. .."h certificate or ....Utlcat... hall.
all hogs. In approval at Dr. Hart's left Is Herbert Deal president year.The
klgfcer on packer Looking on starting line-up for the ul.All redeemed according; to law tho
JloC"t. i of the Starke Club. In photo at right J. F. Jaudon and W. B. Mundy I work, hull I be done In de.crlbed In such certificate
Bloomers will be Dot Johns, Es-
No. I's $IB.00; No. 28. $1850; Jr., are shown In their role of chief cooks and bottle washer An

::411:" 3's. $1933; No. 4's. $20.75; entertaining feature of the program was a demon of casting, telle Black and Scootle Duke -

]: 40.' 5'., 20.70; H. R., $18.45. wood sawing, etc. by Joe Padderatz of New Smyrna who lost both old timers at the game who

ffehvra hands In an accident several years ago. T K. McClane Jr., served will be assisted by Lillie Bridges

Common $19.00 to $22.50; Culls as master of ceremonies and chairman of arrangements for the affair Ruby Johns Elma Lee Hickey

$15..00 to 1900. Group singing was enjoyed under the leadership of Fletcher Hazel Phillips Carleon Landrum
Htw> and Helton ,
r
Burnett. Photos by Col.! J. A. Griffin. Louise Kite Virginia Smith 4 COURTESYin /tWcYPLUM.
Common.) $19.00 to $23.23; Cut..1'1'1I
Madge Whlgham Audrey Carlisle
$18.00 to $19.50; Canners
Harriet Richarde and Flo Slade.
S1500 to $1800.Cow ters, $15.50 to $18.50; Canners, Bloomer Girls With the Junior Woman's Club all the thoughtful relations of

$13.00 to J13.50. when and If the Just $18.75 invested in United States Savings
And Junior WomenTo permission. Service with convenience and
Common, $18.50 to $20.50; Cut- On Tuesday May 31, the livestock com.pleteness
Bloomer' Girl Mothers fall by the Bonds each week into juicy in
10828.74
a
division in. having Its grand Clash grows
MondayAnother well careful
wayside, they will substitute theirdaughters' as as economyin
opening sale under the management ten short years!

APPLIANCES of J. D. Odom Jr For this one of those hilarious '. the 'measure that it is needed '
Probable lineup for the oppos- And,it's the world's safest, soundest investment.
sale we have the promise of support Softball game will be played 1

__.",/I.a D.r.tt.SALESSERVICE I from all the major packersand Monday night at 8 o'clock at the ing team will be Lillian Stump DeWITT C. JONESPhone Start buying bonds at your bank today. '

stocker dealers In this area. BHS newly lighted field betweenthe Dot Powell Pat Jackson Margie t

My goal Is set for 1,000 headof Bloomer Girls and a group of Manlre, Lou Beyers Norma Jean 7 t
Starke Fla.
cattle and a good run of hogs. girls sponsored by the Junior Adams Nina Bishop Lillian Bishop in
Put future
KEYSTONE To.reach this goal I will have tohave Woman's Club. Proceeds will /go and Mae Ward. more opportunity your

your support so bring ui In toward Improvements for the I A large crowd Is expected to

SERVICE. Inc. some livestock. If you haven'ta Woman's Club kitchen. watch the fun of the season, so Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur Invest in U.S. Savings Bonds

Hardware. ...Biker rmlmim large number for sale, bring/ a The Woman's Club promises plan to get your seat early.
local funeral home enables ua to offer conveniences and
KEYTO'VIe HIIIIGHTS, FLA. few. Every little bit helps. You -

Faun can be assured of plenty of buy. I I am expecting to see you on The first half of the County services not otherwise available.We FLORIDA BANK at STARKEMember

I. V. Williamson. _....../.
Tuesday May 31, 1919. J. D. Odom Jr., Mgr. under way at the newly lighted
Softball field Saturday night at furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and F. D. I. C.

8 o'clock.A accept ANY life insurance policy In force. Issued by ANY Member Florida National Croup

ARMY WRECKING doubleheader featuring Na- company, as payment in part or la full on a funeral. -, ..
CAMP CORP CAMP
BLANDING "'S fa an nfTic at U. S. 'Irtatury advarliaement. ,1
tional Guard v. Hercules PowderCo. Consultation carries no obligation. rmoVr ji: .np>'c*..i nt Treasury Department and AdvertiainjCvun./; ) : .

., and Alvarez v. Robbins, will
WE LOWERED OUR PRICES- t be the opening attraction.


LET OTHERS FOLLOW Starke Still TrailsN.


Florida League; TIME: TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1949 PLACE: STARKE, FLORIDA

SEASONED LUMBERSHEATHING Drops 6 In A Row


Starke remains in the cellar of SCENE :

the North Florida League having

lost Its sixth consecutive game of

the season to Mandarin last Sun.

.1 x 3 and 1 1x4 . . . . . . S2500 1000 day by a score of 72. Digging The Political GravesOF

Norman Wilcox pitched a four-

PINE FRAMING hitter for Mandarin and ntrtick

out 13 as the Pickers teed off on

following dimensions $50 Jim Godwin for 12 hits. Bass' THE

2 x 4's, 2 x 6's, 2 x 8's, 2 x 10's, 2 x 12's .777: ::-: per 1000 flrat triple hit that for started Mandarin the was scoring a



PINE FLOORING $$35 00 I with Wesconnett two runs In and the Macclenny Initial frame.the City Councilmen and Mayor


.. . . . . per 1000 deadlocked and previously und'efeated
leaders of the League both
.

CRATING LUMBER-$25 per 1,000 BD. FT.! as suffered rallahan upsets nosed Sunday out Weaconnett afternoon

AH 'other sizes from 1x2 to 6x6 at prices! you cannot beat! 6-3 and Green Cove Springs tooka of Starke Florida

-.- 10-6 home triumph from Mac.
PcNfCINYoORATTIC clenny.

FANS The League standings at present
BUILDINGS OWN YARD! are as follows: 4''.

PICNIC, TABLES W L

30 INCII . . $22.50 AS LOW AS Macclenny 5 1 _

16 INCH . . 29.75 _... $7s Wesconnett 6 1 _

42 INCH .. . 32.75 $ __ UP Mandarin 4 ,3 ; .
&
% INCII . . 81.50 '-' Callahan 3 3 $ ;:_
+ r\jJ.
1
78 Green Cove Springs 2 5 1

f T LEAST 50% LOWER THAN Starke 0 8


.NEW! Motors Extra. ,\? --... !. C Irmlt Court, nrndford. Countr.. _
)
... -. Klorldai In t ...........
For 9'xl6'Metal furry A. Stark I'lalntlff, va, for
Structure II Stark Ix-f.iidnnt. \'..... No 73.10Oritrr :\ I
(GARAGE or Pnhllrntlnn. ,* Notlro to
App.... TtrK UP' Kl.Olilltt tnlCorn
H. Stark,. whuae. reldenee IK.
DOORS COOLING; Oil! )I M..<1I..n Street llmluctan,
1..I.a.o! :
9.75 GYP LAP You are rpqtilrtnl. to appear on
JOtCEPTIONAl BUY I IAn FOUNTAIN Juno S7. 1JO. Inh.<- above named ..,

5'.I3'. UM thus .1.i TonEnWALLBOARD Court. .. .nd cause, whwrttln. plaintiff. '" +
$450 neck divorce ITndfoiM County v
cut them down . : I ,b'' thin Order
r.I
94*) |"00 po rA next prouh: weekly: :I:MII N.
FLUSH VALVI Wltn n mv' tiniM and official'
b" 3 thousand :
I..ul. ;
ELOTEX INCLUDED anal| at Ktark. Kim-Ida, tllla MayUPKICIAT p n
tie. or e.ulino; Untrimmed et $19.00 p.' M.tK" U. tat,.
thlc....... ( CF' H.t A. .T. Thnmaa,
.. 2 I-i. ft Vllraoua China.H 1
.. Aa ('I..k! of salt Court.
', thicknui. ,: : Se ft a v chrom. f y haven Oroaby t>. lII '. { .
Vl ,. .!J. 'J= L_ aronn-typ. < flu invaiva. SERVICE SINKS H Piinran |(1IT f.vnch lluMrtln 1" t M'f
$ ". Jack.nnvllie, Klurliln.
1 Enomalod roll rim
$1250 .
$72.50 24". . Ally for IMf. a-27 4t 6-17

MillworknoirnLK i : y JO"Only v.rv fow loft ,. <.Ir.Hlt ('........ n.......ril County, ..
,, florlilMi. In 4 ........... .
IIUNC; WORTH *2$ N wT ,V. M. tuinn. IMalnlirr.. v... 1 I..ta ji
BENCHESm I Nunn I>**f.n.liknt. faHa Vo 7112.nrtlrr .
of Pnhllf. >a lon A >..ll.. tmr. .
.WINDOWS In .. 10 end 12 foot I.agthl.NOME
BUY A "P.. OTtlK: 0' KI.OIIII1.. Insi..ta fifty I

FRAwith church.(ld.ol for. Ih.e. . S10O. .[ Kouta IMinn 9, M, ...".wh.. <.}....orvlai.hlen"e I. rf1'r'r' M, y, _

ES f You are iulreri to appear on ,
I Juno 27. 1911 In tho Mhov ,,"m.dCuurt i teal
Easy. Terms ROLLER CONVEYORS and cause, whtr.ln plnlntlffnook ,
$8.95 dlvoro .
Iradforil County
For eoxy honjli. of bos... lumber Telegraph. hall publimi this OrderIn
1 .." -- ft .."' ...... other Itomt. U 12". neat four w....kly IHIIUAA.. -
et ate 1/aet 1 > Rtcellent ren I 1.'b 24" width.. 10 H s.cti.neILL. Wltn.p my hand and ofTlrUfill (DRILLING THE HOLES FOR PARKING METERS)
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.ra1411sM H.u.Ie, Immrdl.te In. ELECTRICAL USED . . $2.00 po' <*. r6. 1949 atStark.. Klorld.i. this KayOKKICIAl.
NEW (Hill crotod) $J.OO pot H ( "SKAt.' A. J. Thnmafl,
r A. Clerk of aaltl Court.
Bv Ilav.n froaby, t>. I" .
9 I SUPPLIES OVERHEAD Alty. for Tlf. 5-S7 4t '..ITI.
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LlI.EI33I'; -- FIXTURES Fl.r/dal. IM C.....-,.. .
I. Bert H. Walllnn. Plaintiff T. F... REMEMBER THE MAIN!
SHEETlRON with metal and tall."73J1 T Wall I..11', fm1ant.. Car.No. .

}IJ _$.1 I S-tf plats .1.... ."..J-T.- dl.n Order .. P..ll<.tl... ,Jt 1.Hf* te r
N Golv. flat metal *ho.t.. App. $|00 em.t.r. $16534'a96" ,......... "T'TK. 0' ri.nuini tot7iitrilo REMEMBER THE ALAMO!
..... fa kw. asne,. w T. Wallinir.. whoa r..ld.nroJ
l I. aAI. _..eh .. oo c;h ... . .. Fioaufort, South Carolina
You ar. r.qnlr..l to npnoar on
FITTINGSARMY '" .Black Galvanized. Soil .run* S7. INS! In tho ahov nam. .dCourt
PIPE d. and curse. wherein plaintiff' REMEMBER PEARL
HARBOR
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Sold By The Foot Or Ton a oka dlvo.... Pradford County.
I l..el** tProuh nuhlinh this Order ,
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I Open Monday Through Saturday From 8 A.M., to 5 P.M. Wltno.a my weekl bond laaitea.and off 1.-lal.
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U.anal 1t4!at__. "otarko." Florida Ihl. May REMEMBER THE CITY ELECTION SEPTEMBER

(OFFICIAL IOF.I.A.. 3. Tnnrnaim 13 j
\ Clerk of aald Court.. ,
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CAMP, WRECKING! 1 1 John Bv haven.r i.nd.r.on Cronby.. r>. C.Run HaJntAnauatln I

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