Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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TIII.S SIDE OF HEAVEN Official Countu Publication Established In 1877

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[Commencement 3 Negro Suspects -- i1Gn'en .I II

King Corn Wows Market!

Program Tonight To Face Grand I

138,750 Dozen I : For 74 Seniors Jury \Wednesday Will Dedicate

L :r7iT Diplomas will b.. awarded to 71. I II i State'= Attorney T E Duncan i

Sold ,This Week graduate of Bradford High In the I announced ;yesterday that ho will) I

: annual Commencement Exercises I (present the cute of the State of New Ball Diamond

Florida ".'rAIIM three negro mon
to be held In the USO auditorium) |
For $34,687.50 | siistpi'i-teil. .' of the murder of t> 1.Silt'n'c .

tonight c Friday i beginning at 8 Starke merchant to a ,j I|

,o'clock. .. Bradford CVuntv Grand' Jur> h'I'," ]I

Green corn swept everything [ Ihe graduation !program will officially "Wednesday. Juno 8. Col. Starke To Play

before It at the' State Farmers bring to a clone. tho l!>ts-i! Circuit Judge A. 7. AdkniN this J. A. GriffinIs

Market here this) :week bringing 49 term of BUS, when* dtmlenU. I Iwoek drew a (panel of :M regular Rotary Speaker

Bradford growers In one hectic 7- returned to their rlll roomn. for I juror to nerve during/ H term or First Home Game

day period gross receipts exceedj j H brief period today to receive', i' t'flhti t to be held' hero til the near Col. J A OI'lftln. State Main.,

ing iHst year's total for the entire their final grades. (; future. From this list, tho 1 IM j (teiinm-o Officer for thus, Florida'

Reason. I __ I of i members of the Grand Jury will I National Guard and commander of
Highlight tonight's |
pl'n'rall'will !;
Although complete official figures __ r be a symposium on "Youth I 1:, hi> drawn next Wednesday I Camp Ulandlng, was guest! speak Thursday Night

unavailable If Indictments are returned a- or at the Rotary
were yesterday i Faces Tomorrow". participated in ClubVeIJneKd.IY
It I Is estimated that 80 trailers by Lewis Halnes II Janet An- K'; *t any or all three of the SUMI Col. Griffin described, thu notivltlen Governor }O'lIl1er'ILrr..n will

have been loaded 'out from the III I I ilorson. Kenneth Grlder, Carlla I I| perl, on Juno H, lhl! State'.1) At ut the Hlandlng ordnance, I dedicate Starke's new baseball

market since Wednesday of last Mne Hall and Betty Anne Flynn,1 J I;torney IH expected l to, link for an ship where employes: are rur- diamond when the first home
138,750 dozen |.arl\i. trial date lently engaged: In
week containing" reconditioning
members of the graduating clans. I game of the season Is played hero
corn. At an average price of 25c .-I; r I A .'OK was! shot just above theheart all types of equipment for 1 Is-
will be June 0
Diplomas presented to' Thursday night accordingto
per dozen this would mean a return |I about 0.30: o'clock Wedn,'''- Kimncu to Guard units in Florida.
the graduates Harmon r. Mor. an announcement yesterday by
of around $34,687.60 to by ; |tiny night. May. I.I in nix Arnallgroc'.ry The speaker stated that at the j
gun County Superintendent of U. A. Bishop Jr., president. of tho
for Ute week's movement. I store on Tenth Street present' time tho monthly
growers payrollof
i Schools and special awards. will' Lions. Club sponsoring organization -
Last due to unfavorable j \ ;, (Highway 16)) near the border 01111t.tw. the shop Is around $21,00000
year !
I I be made by Chas. S. PartinT? prlncl1pal for the field's Improvements.The .
weather conditions only some 16 Slarke's negro nettlement. moHt of which goes Into the Storks
of BHS. The School' Governor: will be given the
High j
trailers were shipped during the I I lie_ died. while crossing the highway trade area. He stated, however.
Club will honor of the first
Glee be heard In several' throwing/ out
in an attempt to reach his that tho
entire season. I re would be some curtailment
I musical selections. Henry Ben-j ball' Bishop stated.
... ._, ._ _,.,.. I nearby home. In the after .
___ program!
This week will mark the peak ac -__. -N.--- --- '''' '''' .eo ni'tt, a member of the graduating. July / Other dignitaries/ who nave signified
I I ; | George Wolt.>!'lt. tall :2-yenr-!!) 1, 1111 the HFI (Heady ,For Issue)
of the corn deal although shipments CORN, CORN EVEHVUHKKK and not a .space to put> another I hal! class, will sing "Without A Song." | old negro was the first of the program!: will be I their intention of being present .
will probably continue for .faint Idea of the of the weeks be The annual Baccalaureate Sermon | practically completed I for the event Bishop said are
magnitude corn I'ola'lmwnt
may I i three suspects! to be apprehended.( at that time. ,
ten days or two weeks. All cropehave I, gained from this. photograph taken :Monday. afternoon. .Mhoulng bJgH!: Summer Program was preached last Sunday He was. trailed by means of his ( I Alfred A. McKethan chairman of
been greatly benefltted during 01. Griffin stated that the .
I the Stain Road and
\ evening by Rev. L. D. Balnea pastor -' I Department,
of "Frrnh Oreeii ('or" piled high, the entire length of th. nutrkrtpialfurm. flashy> nccesHory-hidi-n automobile)
\ / the past week by several good of the First Baptist Church' I maintenance shop at Blandlng Is I H O. Tn-r.l.H.- Jackiionvllle, District .
Mark.llIlIalfpr: ; K. B. Ahurestate.* that If .next ,"canon'sforn { iinil' ( was arrested In Jacksonville
rains :which broke the month-long '' recognized us one of the bent I
In Governor
Set For BHS to a capacity audience in the USO I 1 I of Lions.
drought. I ) )'It-Id. equals or exceed thin. )\8r's there will b.. a drastic need i building. on"Little May 7. tho country and paid tribute to I Mr. Hlnhop stated' that efforts

for more platform ..pat'''. i | Dump" Robinson second the employees) / who have
Bulk of the bumper corn crop Members of thin year's graduating su.ifioct to be taken was arrested! made this I are aIm h..lnmade/ to secure an
handled here two I This record possible. out of town band add
has been by summer Bradford students class) are: In Perry Oa., on May 13. nnd to to the
Joe Parker of Elkton. and adults will festivities and other entertain.
buyers have things to d) Janien Junior I
Clifton Eugene: Grlfflx. Inez JaneGreen t Turner third negrobt'lievcui
Fla., and Chase & Co. of Sanford. other than twiddle thumbs' and I ment features.It .
Minnie Lee English John,uI. Involved In tho crime BHS
Parker la a familiar figure on the wear out the ale swlmmln' hole. .. I wim Places I Is expected. that baseball funs.
Griffin Linda Lee Carter JohnL. I! apprehended near Manchester
Starke platform having operated Under the new school from all over Bradford County
Carter. Ruth Whitehead Ver- Gn May 2:1.I : .
here for the past several years, I numerous activities are *planned at I will turn out en masse for this
ni'Btlno Cox. Euston Levy Norman -
but It is the first time here for BUS during the summer month I In State Tourney | first home game of the season
Denneth Gene
Kelly Mary 4-H
'j Chase & Co. Representatives of B.'glnnlnMontlay./ June 6, the Louisa I I Short Courses I: when the Starke Lion.. will cross
Alvarez h.Ro.ln..y
, the company express themselvesas J" BUS library under tho direction Henry :! |I To Begin June 6 II i II i bats with Green Cove Springs. All
11' Philip Hall Vivian L. Me-
well pleased with the corn deal < I of Mils Audrey Newman librarian I I Conch Dutch Funilerburk's I I i games hav' been. played out of
I Rae
Starling, Julie G. Tnlbl j
" here and they may be expected to will be open to both school and: Kmnc.lfl H. Purkhurst t. Frances'j' Home son) boys and girls through Bradford HiKh I luiHtiball team won I I town so far because, nf the work

return in future ,//Iea ons. ndult population during the hours Hurry Ilean Atkinson Markleo J. I i lout the state will attend tho an- the fluid M, Group 3. District: In progress/ on the Starke diamond.

Including the .corn that was of 10 a m. to 12 noon and 1 p.m Norman ,Inunl I short courses to bo held thin Championship last we.'k. adding, Mr. Bishop states that Starka

t "loaded in the woods" and did not to 3 p.m. During the morning hind; Alma Myra Leta Jacquelyn Dye! Carl Strlck-1"'Iyear, j I at Florida State University. to( the Imposing collection of r I j now has one of the bent ball dln-

ti pass through the market it is hours the librarian will feature Edwards, Gloria June Bell In TallnhHssee, and the University. trophies HI IS has* won this year I month In the State with lighting
i safe to estimate that spring truck | stories records handcraft, and Virginia Carmichael George W.Teuton of Florida in Gainesville. June 6 1 'rho Tornadoes will represent this I facilities second to none. Duringthe /

crops brought more than $!iO,000 special events for particular Granvll Dan Priest. Martha to 11. district: In the State Class B I pant few months thousand..

" into Bradford County during the : groups as follows: Pearl The theme for the State Short Tournament, In Avon Park, June I of yard of fill dirt have been
i week. .I 1 Home Charles Henry Course for Girls will be "Bolter: 11. hauleil' In to raise. the level of the
past I Mondays ,
FORDIIOOK IJKANS! were also at the peak of their. production thltt. & Wednesdays: Grade Lawson Llllyan Barbara Moore
Three carloads of Fordhook :'J:3.) : lQ.a.m.. to.noonw. feI > .loan. Clirp.nt.rJanet Living for n Better World., In the suml-flnals played on the entire. athletic area so that T>ase-
week with the delUg1 -Andursoil. .
(Trader, plrtuml aliowe nporfttal iw too tnarketplatform
loadedout. Fight : bill, *4 well as football ,
1 1I beans have been With I girls from Bradford Couit- pretrher Hlgt > School diamond games.can
I In
Tuesdays Henry
& Grades
1i by Harold Starling (at right) Photon by HullwoodCamera Thursdays: Bennett Madge BrownIes be
o20\ hampers to the car and an 1-6. 10 a.m. to noon. June Caldwell Spencer' Crews ty are slated, to go to TallItliasacefur I Jacksonvllla Thursday! of luau played during rainy seasons
i .tGIIt
average price of $2.5f> per hum- : Shop.McGauley Vernon the weak states Miss Dorothy weak the Tornadoes. defeated i without having/ the players
Fridays: Grades 1-6 10 am. to Crosby Frank Dryden !Kos.t Homo Green I "under water" Gram has been
week's from Demonstration
per. the return Forcl- 12 noon. Hath Edward, Betty Anne Fynn. j' Agent I Cove 10-7. Ja'k Hazer
hooks Is estimated at I For Unit utarted the planted, on the fields... and a
390000. School Board f Kdlth: Fowler Melba) ,, period they will live as game and did a fine
In the minor classification a- Rites 1 During the afternoon hour the Kenneth Ga.sklns ., colli-gn: students sleep III the Unlr job on the mound as usual.. He; I sprinkler system Installed so that
Grldor Lewis )
round 500 hampers of peas have Will Ask Salaries '' librarywill be available for Carlle Mae Hall. Margaret Hall./ :'I \" lty'fl dormitories! eat at the wan relieved by Jim Godwin In I I' thin noil may he kept. In top condition .

been aold at an average of $1.60 log and research. rt'ad-j Flcrt I K-afctcila; anti study under college the fir!h. lit all times.
Remain At $50 The Ilinaon, Roswell Kelly ''professors, The! Improvements to tho ball
and some 200 hampers of peppersat I wnuner athletic and specialists. The Godwin
Set For Friday Emllene: Kelly. John Klein, Margaret I set the opponents down
I diamond, worn made under the
$3.50.Funeral. I; According to legal notice now will be under the Lewis Pat McCJrlff Doris group has' also been promlHed useni' I In qulik) succession: until thu topif I
II Head Coach James Hobbs and will I tint bountiful* m I In poolRiil Hpun"orHhlp of the Lions Club
I if U tho
I In tho bill Moncrlef seventh when
running Telegraph, a Audrey Moore MaggieManning I he hit a wildxfrenlc I
TuesdayFor Rev. Gilbert E. McGauley, 51. will be introdureil, in the State :be scheduled' as follows: I Betty Ann Powell 'I CroHs life savers, will be on and walked In two runs.. with the assistance of the SchoolIJuuuurd
I Softball haml. and the City of Starke.
II and other while girls are In the, 001.
> nile
of the Lemon games ) to Strickland's
pastor Heights j Legislature for the purpose of! George Austin Wlnklcr James 1 error on first, Admission'
Mrs. Coleman flapI ,Grades Various for the opening
4-6 tours will be ,
Tuesday and Thursday conducted
tint Church in two
I Palatka I passing nn act to continue the Phillips Frederick Presuott Nora 1 i more runs came In and Hazen
the i game which will be called at 8:1.1: .
I 11:30: p.m., Wednesday June 1. i present salary of School jio.trdmembers afternoons. Lee Prevntt Ruby Prvvatt Van' |' rnmo buck In from third to finish
Funeral services for Mrs. Lillie I Tennis | will be flOe\ for adults and! 2Sc! for
Classes all The Rlrls will .
Mondays foodx
In Glendale ages : study and) thus" .
j .the Hospital following In Bradford County at Priest Drew Reddish, game.lit
Coleman. 31, were held in the children.
''a heart attack suffered while '. :10 & Wednesdays. late after R | nutrition food ,coiiHervntlon health ,
Bethel Baptist Church near Starke on $: per month. IJdlah. George Roberts homo the district finals, playitd
Tuesday afternoon with Rev. O. I a fishing trip. I Ii The 1017 school law provide noon. Supp, Ruth Slbley Norma Marlen"l. Inipiovement, clothing self- 'last Friday. IIHS downed Fletcher
Town Softball (I female teams) : Improvement and related> subjects.They 82 ExaminedAt
F.. McGauley of Palatka official- 'i Mr.'! McGauley was a native of that Board members" will nut receive Bloomer' nay Alma Thomas ',' 1 ,V,1. Hazon's "wrinkly little
will be
I Georgia. but moved to Florida Girls JuniorVomsn'S Wiggins. Idel Landrum Franc-xs addressed by Dunk curve" whiffed, 8 Clinic Here For
ing. Interment was in Klngsley salaries after January 1051 Club High S. Campbell hatters. lie al
School and Girl I president of Florida
Lake Cemetery.Mrs. j when a young man. He was I but will be paid on the basis of Scouts. Crosby, Ruth Johnson Ernest L; I State lowed but two hits one of which
Exhibition games only. University and! II (I. Clay. Crippled Children
Coleman, a lifelong rest- j'' principal and teacher at tha $10 per Jay for each meeting: and Town Softball IS men's teams. ) : Trlest. ton director of the Extension was a lithe Bradford collected

dent of Starke died suddenly In '! Brooker Junior High School for 7 1-2 cents per mile mileage for All ages; games on Fridays and Service. It hits off the offerings of Walter A highly successful' clinic torrrlJII'rd

a I local hospital! Sunday night. She nine years and had served as ,j a maximum of 18 meetings per Saturdays, 8 p.m. Funeral Today Tho annual awards to ahortCOIu'.e I Andrews ami Jim MesitlnvHW. children was held at the

was' born in Bradford County August '{I pastor of Baptist Churches at j j year. American Legion Junior Team In Salisbury N. C. are mndo on the basin oflersrIau1 Frnnk Dryden led his. BHS teammates Bradford County Health Department .
21, 1911. and memberof Brooker and Hellbronn Springs.He At the plate with 2 for
wasa !Softball, ages 1-16 Monday thru achievement In 4-H ; on Friday, May 27 It wad
the Baptist Church. was a member of the Masonic |I! Wesconnett Wins Friday. 3 to 6 p.m. For Mrs. Dryden work James. Phillips colluded 1 for 4 ; estimated. that approximately 30O
She is survived her husband Lodge at Brooker. / Thomas 1 for 3; Eaves' (0 for
by j I 3:
The new BUS band Instructor Mrs.1 Clilft attending are the following parents and children were present
Frank R. Coleman and seven Funeral services will be held In Sunday Game Charlie Roberts will arrive for Mary Dan MrGuage Dry. : Carolyn Kelly. Betty Raborn (Godwin 0 fnr .1; Wainwright 0 this day and 82 children were examined .
children Robert J., Harold C. the Lemon den,. :S3; of Starka and for 3;: Newromb 1 for 4 Carter
Heights Baptist .With Starke 16-8 duty July 1 and will announce Washington EiDentine. Russ Janet flaunt Mae ; In the clinic Complete {>
Finest M., Inez O., Wanda Faye, I Church Palatka Friday after. plans. for his summer program at 1.). C., died Saturday!: night In a Hull LoulHu Adklns Shirley Me- I 0 for 2; .,nJ,] Hazen got 1 for 4. I reports) tit the examinations have '"

Ellis Eugene and Clarice Coleman 1 noon June 3, at 3 o'clock with i, The Starke nine lout Its seventh that time. Mr. Roberts IH comingto local hospital following a heart I Rae and Barbara Simmons. Mum/ Iprcmtnted The championship trophy wa4 not been received. Although patients !

; her parents. Mr.' and Mrs. j 1 Rev. W. C. Wooley pastor. of the I consecutive game of the season Starke from Bunhnell. and was attack. She had! been seriously 111 joletn I Green locnl leader. for the to Tornado Captain JackThe were registered front Bradford I II

Richard Lee; two brothers, Herman First Baptist Church Palatka of. | .last" Sunday afternoon when Wes alii band Instructor In Lake City for about two month i Lawtcy Clubs. will also attend the E2nves. Clay and Union Counties

and Richard L. Lee. Jr., and j. Iciatlng. connett forged to the head of the for several years. At one time Mrs. Dryden' was born June 26 short course. lineup for HitS wan: New- I more than half the patients were

four sisters, Mr. Dorothy Lizen- Mr.'! McGauley is survived by North Florida League, In defeating he served as' part-time band Instructor 1897 In Concord!, N. C. She had I coin' b, rf, Carter 2b; Godwin 3b; from Bradford County.

bee, Mrs.' Doris Stewart, and i iI his widow, Mrs. Mary E. Mc the local lads 18-8. The game was at BHS.C. made her home near Starke for Tourist ClubAdjourns Phillips If; Eaves: us; Hazen[ : l p; Through the courtesy and efforts .

:Misses Lorene and Irene Lee. all I Gauley; six daughters Mrs. L. R. played on the Wescnnnett diamond. S. Partin, high school principal the past three years. living on ; Wnlnwrlght c, Dryden, cf. of the American Legion( and

of Starke. Green Brooker; Mrs. Connie Hoi- Wesconnett piled up an early will also remain at the what Is known as "the old Heenan I I Till Fall Thomas lb.-.-.- .__ ., the American Legion Auxiliary of

DeWitt C. Jones was in charge' stein Palatka: Mrs. Paul Stewart lead against Starke scoring nine school for the summer program. Williams place", which she and I r 0- Starke Green Cove Springs, and
of arrangements. Palatka; Mrs. Charles Hardy runs In the first four innings and Ordinarily the elementary principal I her husband W. A. Dryden had !' The Tourist Club met at thn No Softball Tonight ; I Lake Rustler an adequate'' lunch

Starke; Mrs. C. T. Motes Pa. was only In slight trouble when would be Included In the program purchased. Chamber of Commerce office Doubleheader was prepared and served at noon

Dr. Hayes In OfficeDr. latka; and Mrs. A.' R. Furnas, Starke made four runs In the sixth also but it was stated that Besides her husband!, Mrs. Dryden Tuesday night and It was derided Sat.No to all present Included were .sew"

|Jacksonville; three sons Gilbert frame off Seward Bartholf who the present principal Mrs. Grace Is survived by her mother to discontinue, the regular weekly Softball games will be eral hundred sandwiches ten

Candler K. Hayes. physician I II II, Roswell and Jennings McGauJ 1 gave way to Henry Klrkpotrlrk.' Oiborne, will leave In July to nc- Mrs. D. II. McGuage Washington !|I meetings/ during the summer ed tonight ( Friday) because play of cuxes of cola. and I 100.!)( bottles of

and surgeon formerly of Little I> J''ley. Palatka; two sisters, Mrs. Kirkpatrick pitched 3-hit ball the rept a teaching position In Texas. D. C.; two sons W. A. Dryden Jr.,, i j' months, resuming the program on graduation exercises, It was milk.

Rork Ark., has arrived in Starke Oscar Mattox Jessup Ga., and rest of the way. and that a new elementary principal -, of Tappahunnock, Va., and J. H September. 20. flounced an- Dr A. y. Covlngton director

I to become associated with Dr. H. Mrs. Maude Wlthrow Odom Ga.; Macdenny'oppeci into second has not yet been employed. Dryden Starke; two sister Mrs.C It was announced that shuffln- Saturday night Hercules of the Hr>alth' Department wishesto
; H. Adams and Dr. J. M. HembreeIn one brother Ivey C. McGauley, j'I place In League standing hen H. Caudell. Wallace, N. C.. and board can be played at any time play Coca-Cola and Alvarez will extend thanks also to the many

i the practice of medicine and preceded him in death five Callahan won an 11-3 home vic Births Mrs. Eula M. Thompson Washington desired by calling at the Chamber take on Biggs & Baker. The first volunteer helpers who gave. their

surgery at the\, Shadycrest weeks ago. He Is survived by II ', tory. SIn D. C.; four brothers Wm. of Commerce office for cues and game Is scheduled for 8 and services to make this a successful

pital and Clinic. Dr. HOII-I I grandchildren. I the third loop tilt played. Birth. as announced by Shady- E McGuage' Washington D. C.; disks second >t 0:15.: the !clinic

now in his offices in the clinic i Sunday. Mandarin secured an Impressive crest Hospital:: H. G. McGuage, Meridian Miss.,, I Mrs. Marian Howe C of C secretary An attempt was made Tuesday I S

building. iGIRL I I SCOUT NEWS : 10-4 win over Green Cove Mr. and Mrs. Wllmont L. Star- S. A. McGusge and R. J. Mc- announces that she has an night to play the Rites Wednesday

I borlnra at Mandarin. lIng of Lawtev. dAurhtVlrnn. flhIfl. html). ,.t .fl.I.. _..,.. .n_____ extensive list of furnished apart' scheduled' games regularly/
II a ___ --0-' ----00 -- "u. "" "/SUfI. for tonight but the .
CALENDAR OF : I I The first home -'- n ments and unfurnished i conI For Pfc Miclette
EVENTS: game will be Marian; a few I
In tests
spite of the rain the ..GirlSeouts I born May 13. The body was shipped to Salisbury were rained out.
Tuesday Tourist Club- at Wo j ioutS played on the new lighted field house.* now available.
I of the Senior Troop turned here Mr., and Mrs. Truby Nathual N. C., Mrs. Dryden's former j| In the opening games last Saturday Final rites for Pfc- Leo R. Miclette .
7:30 Thursday June flow states
mans Club. thut
: night 9. when
p.m. for Rowe of Stark home any ;!
the ,
meeting Wednesday ; a daughter, Linda Monday and funeral night Robblns bested
services who was killed in actionIn
Wed. Methodist Starke meets Green Cove worthwhile news be
C Rotary Club Spring can published ,
afternoon. I Kay, born May 21 votes, 20-17
, i were held there : and
I Rfc. Hall 12:15: pm. i jit has been Impossible to play any 31. Tuesday, May In the Times-Union, Jacksonville | ek'ed National Guard Belgium on D,,<:. 15, 19-I-4. were
We thankful for the C Interment was In the Salisbury out a tight 4.3 win
are h..Illn ,
very home If over thus DeWItt C Jones chapel
Wed. Lions Club USO Bldg. games during the first. part reported to the
Interest the county recreational (of the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy Cemetery. c.---- .-.- ... .- .secretary... ,,. ._ .-.... :i| Hercules. Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock
7:30: pm.Thurs. I' season the field was announce the birth of a son, ** **. ...&.. ....A.4*.A.t '
| committee
IOOF, Odd follow meet. gave our troop. You being filled In and put Into condition. Frankl'n RJE Seniors I with Rev. L. D. Halnes officiating.

ing Lodge Hall 8 p.m. would too If they donated eighttennis County Hospital Edward on In Monday the Alachua May Conservation Movie / HonoredAt ;' Recent Deeds Interment followed In Prevail
I rackets six tennis balls Picnic Event Cemetery.
Sat. Amusement Games, Catholic 16 Before To Be
USO 8:30 J one archery set, two volleyballs I marriage" Mr. Shown SundayThe Recent d"eds as recorded In I'fc Miclette was overseas four
: p.m. and one badminton set. Thank "Station West"With Hardy was Miss Jiu/ilta McGauleyof The IUK' High School the months
June 3 Graduation Exercises Brooker. Rev. J. W. Athletic County Court House: Elam when he was killed. II*
Dick Kaufman pastor I Association sponsored a big Lewis of Starke was born in Woons
8 Powell picnic to David Gunter ket. R. I.,
USO auditorium pm. you.The 1 __ of th! First
I Presbyterian Church
I for the Seniors on of Starke Aug. 10 1919.Survivors .
June 4 BPW benefit dinnerat Girl Scouts are planningto 'I Coming To Park Dr. and Mrs. M. J. I announces that arrangements have Thursday at : A parcel of land
Silver Springs under the supervision lying In E 1-2 of Blk his Mrs.
St. Edwards Rec. Hall. 8 p.m. play the Bloomer Girls :Monday been made with I 6. South are widow
Chattahoochee the Florida
announce the For. of Coach L. I. DuBols. and of Range 3, West Pauline
night. Temple's Sub- Conway Miclette one
June 4. Softball League I I Dick Powell and June Greer birth of a son on Friday. May 13 cit Service:: for the showing of a Due !
Faculty Member E.
Friday the girls talked Every. daughter LynetU Mlclette. both
games, athletic field' 8 p.m. (No about have starring roles! .Ln "Station Mrs. Altmyers Is the former Miss color-film on Florida entitled
the different fields body enjoyed the outing with Guy Andrews of Starke of Starke; and his Mr.
Friday night because of they will l major : West" -Florida' Wealth to C. parents
frames exciting romantic drama of Imogene Hough of Brooker and or Waste,
exercises. I In. They will start immediately swimming riding In the glass bottom ; R. Howe of Starke; Lots 3 and 8. and Mrs. Amedee Miclette.
graduation days the
Army on Wyoming frontier Pahokee.
The film Is to ba shown Sundayevening boats seeing stunts and the Blk B. of Plnehurst
Brotherhood working on their different fields. Sub-DIv.
9 .
June Baptist
meeting 7:00 p.m. I' Norma Canova has resigned as Park, which Theatre.opens Sunday at the June 5, at 7 o'clock during many reptiles. C. R. Howe of Starke to A. B. Property SoldB.

June 9 Young Women's Circle troop scribe and Lucite (Prissy) The stars receive fine Farm Bureau NoticeThe the young people' Fellowship At 2:30: the RJE Clowns. beganto Baker, Starke: 4 1-3 acres In
I!''ole Rae has support Meeting at the church. All are topple. the Howard Academy SII'\!. 10 Twp. 1
Presbyterian Church. 7:30: taken her place. from Agnes Moot-had S R. 22 E. L. Sprague of Stark sold to
I < as a resourceful regular meeting of the welcome to come and I School
I see this High Hornets Kenneth,
by a score L. Bagwell of
The total take-In on the Girl wtcto._ Brad George S. Cox of Jersey City.
Burl Ives as aguitartwanging Bradford film '
County Farm Bureau on Florida' human and jof 6-3. The \Vllll ford
p.m.June 10 "Happy Scout bridge party was 161.80.I 'hotel I' ton Vocational County to Board of Public N. J. 5 acres on the old Bel more
clerk and will be held Friday night June 3 natural resources.. If time I
High School will
permits the Instruction
play Clowns
Scribes Luclle of Bradford County: road, 3-4 miles from city limits.
: McR
graduation Steve? Brodle
as a ;young' West at 8 p.m. All members and friends a second film entitled. "Which II. here on June 7 lots :i
lIearts"I' Mary Sue Epperson. Pointer II Tuesday at 31 A 3 of Blk 31. of Peek's The transaction was made through
p.m. I are Invited to attend. I Hath Planted," will be shown. [p.m. i Addition to Starke. the E. A. Strout Aencl.I .


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County Telegraph .state. 'F:21flLBy : ; .thdcii: ; : .Hampton. ; ; ; : I I. LakeCeneva Loiinle Hampton ter. Catherine Hines Sunday, ,attended and night her church and brother had at Atty.By(OFFICIAL Haven for: Plf.Crosby A*SEAL Clork, )D.of A.t.C.S-80 said Thomas 4t Court 5-It

with her daughter .
Mrs. Whi Ltlel'' supper -
Bryan By Ice. Mae LewIs' By Mn. M. C. Sweeney .: .
By Blanche Cunningham Frank Thomas. "- '
r'b.Jig'd Every Friday and Entered Bu. Second I I S I S S S S IhAMPTON'S
S S S C S C S S S S S S S I S S I S S S The Graham school closed last
PaM Matter at the PontMEMBER Office at Starke, Fla EXPERT
COMMUNITY! : n.rn: MEETING Mrs. Lottie Edwards and son. GRADUATES Friday.
Its natural charm enhanced by Harry visited Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Congratulations and best wlshc Mrs. Ray For ythe. Mrs. Arnold There will be a sing at the home

@ 1949 the color and beauty of blossoms Miller In Jacksonville Sunday. for future success are extended tHampton's Carlson and Mrs. Blanche Cunningham of Mrs. F. T. Abernathy Sunday 1ad1o

the Club Room was a lovely set- Mrs. Roy Green' and children four graduates, Martha were Palatka callers afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. Everyone -

scrfptIoa $2.80 Annually 91.30 For Six Month ting for last weeks meeting of Iva Mae Lewis and children: and Home Margaret Hall Norma Thursday.Mrs. Invited to attend.

the Community Club. The president Allen Lewis visited Rev. and Mrs. Sweeney and Bert Hinson, Jr. A. Rensberger and son,
Mm. Lawrence Dagger, G. E. of Palatka. Howard, were callers of(the For-
presided McGnuley who will be among those receiving St. Mark's EpiscopalSunday
sythes and Cunninghams Friday
IJKAVY' NEW TAXES HKI.IK\KI) I:NNK('KSSAHY over the business session Mrs. Mary Thomas of Jackson their high school diplomas tonight -

J.t Jhe time this la written It Is not known whether the Legislature during which a decision. to suspend ville visited Mr. and Mrs. E. J at Bradford High Com p.m.their The RetiHbcrgers to South Bend:were, Ind on, June 5. 8:00: a. rn.
until Fall reached. Lewis
meetings was
will pass the three percent transactions (SALES) tax or not but Saturday afternoon. mencempnt Exercises. from Miami where they spent the Holy Communion; 0:43: a. m.,
Immediately after adjournment Miss Mary Joe Green Is
Ira any case, we believe. In the words of the Florida Taxpayers AssoclJfcm !- spendIng niftTIIU winter. Mrs. Rensberger U past Church School; 11 a. m., Holy
members shower CELEBRATIONSJohn
gave a surprise a few days with Mr. and Mrs. I
that "the political job-seekers and sales tax lobbyists have completely of miscellaneous* gifts to Mrs. Tom Chance Hardy of Starke. Lee Elland. son of Mr. and 91 and each year In November 6:30 Communion Service and sermon in; SERVICE

failed to make out a valid case for the 30 to 35-mtlllon-dolIar- Conners and :Mr. Conners who had I Mrs. Earl Mrs. Fred D. Elland, celebratedhis she and her son drive to Miami : p. m., Youth Fellowship
went on a cooperation with the youth of the
Increase In taxes. I tenth and in May they drive to South
v-yrar suffered loss when their home was business to birthday anniversary las
trip Gainesville Thurs Presbyterian Church at that Chas. C.
There Is no doubt about the sales tax, as proposed, bringing In badly damaged by fire recently.The 1 day morning. Thursday afternoon with a small Bend. This has been their schedule church.

the money. It will If passed be a never-ending bonanza and providesnomy hostesses, Mrs. It. P. Chap- children's party at the home ot over 28 years.T. ShepherdAt
Allen Lewis and Thomas and his M. Flnley local business man Monday, June 6, 8 p. m., \Voman's
perhaps too much money for every purpose worthwhileor man, Mrs. W. N. North and Mrs. parents. Watermelon candies
James Hamilton attended the who been In health in the
has falling Auxiliary meeting
DiiRRor; served Ice cream and a nd cake were enjoyed after play Gay's Service Station
not Once applied the public may rent assured that It will never High School Graduation ExercisesIn outdoor for some time entered the Lake Parish House.

be fifted for past experiencehas shown that If the money Is on cake. Lake Butler Wednesday_ w---nlirht.. Ing many games.Mrs. City Veteran's Hospital Tuesday.I The church Is open dally for

bund ways and means will be found for getting rid of it. I Mrs. .T. M. Bradley visited relatives Mrs. Mattie Harney of Ocala Carlton Chastain entertained I : Finley Is a veteran, of World prayer and meditation.

The Taxpayers Association maintains and there certainly seems In Jacksonville from Wednesday visited Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mar- a group of small boys and girlson War I.Mr. .
Rev. B. E. B.D.
Saturday afternoon, honoringher
to be much merit In its argument that ample new revenues for until Friday.Mr. key lust weekend. and :Mrs. Ray Foraythe. Vicar. GUARANTEEDW
daughter Sue, her seventh
eaools, flood control and other worthwhile purposes can and should and Mrs. Mark Mack of Cecil Melvin of Wildwood visited on were business callers In Starke I

k* provided with little If any Increase In taxes If Legislatorswxwld Winter Garden were Saturdayovernight his mother, Mrs Hattie Melvin birthday lovely gifts anniversary. Man ;y Tuesday. I "
were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. last weekend. presented Miss Dorothy Aileen Wagner, I. Circuit. court llrnrirord Cosst7.Fioridsi .. w.
unite In a statesman-liko program In which the following are little honoree and delicious .
.J. O. Caldwell.Mr. Miss\ Madeline Green of Jacksonville refreshments daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. In ( hsacery.CiItfori
tn. key points: I'lalnllff, Lillian
were served with little vs. -
and Mrs. W. O. Engram, la spending a few days Wagner. will graduate Friday, JlllrdB Clue No.
I. Submit and Constitutional amendment to create baskets of honors.
support a proposed candy
Wlllliim/ Engrain, Mrs. Bodle, Robinson here with her parents. Mr. and June 3, from P. K.: Yonge' Laboratory 7113.Oruler ? &t
a non-political State Tax Commission within the next 00 to of Fiibllratlna (ml Itollreto
Nun Robinson and Mr. and' Mrs. Dave Green. Mrs. G. W. Rahme and Mrs. Roy School, Gainesville. AppearS .
:ISO days, to provide a yardstick of valuation and begin equalizing Mrs. O. E. Crews and Carolyn Mrs. M. F. Hazen of Starke Starr and small son. Bryce, ot TAT n UP f I. O III II A''''
assessments ALL That will\ millions of visited S S S S CS S I I SC S llllan hardy, whnite revlctrnua m:
on property. ( produce Crews enjoyed an outing at here Saturday. Miami\ were weekend guests of 8509 6Hth'AyVoe'I.Ulendale: Luntf b-
new revenue and actually cut present high tax rates.) Hampton Lake Sunday afternoon. Bill Plummer of Orlando spent !Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rahme. land N. :
You are required to appear on
Z. Pans an Act (HB 809 of 1917 session) giving the State Comptroller They were accompanied by Mr. last weekend with his wife and Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pope and Jni* 80 1941, In the above named ('

Interim authority to supervise assessments and millages until and Mrs. John Crews and their children.T. suns, L. G. and Beryl of Eau 1\1.... John McKinney seekS Court divorce.and cause, wherein Bradford plaintiff County

the State Tax Commission becomes operative. baby boy, Allan, of Lake Butler. W. Markey and Charlie Kelley Gallle, have been recent visitors .. Teles-rapt shall publish thln'Order
Mr. anti Mrs. J. C. Wallace attended enjoyed fishing on the Su- of Mr. and Mrs. Edward S I S I S S I S S S In next four weekly Ifmues. SERVICE
:r. Hold all appropriations to the; 1017 level, excepting only schoolj Saxon. Witness. my hum. and official' ,
and State hospitals."There the 23th anniversary celebration wannee River Monday. Mrs. 'Ann R. Guy left this week John McKinney and daughter seal at Stitrke, Florida, this May
I of the letter's graduation Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mintz and for in. 19411. __ __
Is absolutely no excuse for any Increase In State hand- Lakeland where she will attend Emily and son, J. D., attended NICE LINE OF ft
class of former Duval High School children spent last weekend withL. the Annual Methodist Con church at Hampton Sunday. WATCHES & BANDS ;
..1a to City and County politicians who, as Governor Caldwell pointed H. Who l
In Jacksonville Wednesday evening Galney.Mf. ference. She will also visit friend::. Levy Starling of Gainesville
Ht.lwo.years ago. would not need any State aid It they did a fair / May 23. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace and Mrs. Raiford Brannen at Boynton Beach before returning spent the weekend with his ,

.ml honest Job of administering their own taxes," the Association ,. were overnight guests of Mr. of Ralford visited Mrs. H. P. home. mother Mrs. Kate Starling.Mrs. Irii? SANDERSWATCH

ztaIns. and Mrs. R. A. Well, Galney last weekend.E. I Rev. H. B. Wiggins attendedLIoinocoming Lizzie Hines returned home REPAIR }
-Not even our public schools need all of the enormous Increase Ku;: route to Tampa from Augusts T. Stewart of Brooklyn Lake Services at Eden from Jacksonville last week.

Ixg asked for them In State funds." the Association statement de. ; Cu., Mrs. J. W. Dyke of Is spending a few days here visit- Baptist Church near Hawthorne Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney **R VIVALtIv..iiSUN. LOCATED IN HOLLYWOOD '

eIMord. "Tho schools are going to get a $10 to $12 million Increase the Florida city and Mrs. Pearl ing with friends. last: Sunday.Mr. visited Mrs. S. E. Jones Saturday C.1MERA: GIFT' SHOP '

from higher property tax assessments as already announced In Bi'Hll" of Augusta; visited Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Padgett of and Mrs. S. G. Denmarkand night In Sampson. She Is very 111 JUNE P.M. I C
WJfcborough and other counties. Why should Legislators 'have to Mrs. M. E. Griner for several days High Springs were visitors here son, Stevie of Starke were and we wish her a speedy. recov- call Street at Railroad .\:"
this week. Sunday. UNDER BIG TENT I STARK: FLA. b,1
tar the blame for further unnecessary tax burdens on citizens wjth visiting friends here Thursday of ry. ,
Incomes Mr. and Mrs.' Harold Frlmuth Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mott were last week. Mrs. P. O. Starling and aaugn- High School (.....untl'l Slarko .

blinking and daughters/ of Ocala spent Sun In Gainesville on business Monday Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McKowen I ;J.IJ

day with Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Mur- of New Jersev. arrived this week
surfacing the Lawtey-State Farm Mrs. Oliver Hayes of Gainesville and are visiting Mrs. 1\lcl\ <:owen'lI

J:24TB: road Thursday of last week and phy.Mr.. and Mrs. Comer Long who visited her daughter, Mrs. Guy I sister Mrs. W. A. Saxon, Jr. Now from BENDIX .

with good weather, the projectwill have been vacationing at Klngsley Ranch Saturday.Mr. Mrs. Mattle Thompson. of Jack '

,. L. H. Fate*. soon be completed.The Lake were luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Redcllck Thomas sonvllle, was the weekend guestof

. S S C S S S farmers of this section are and Mrs. H. p.!. Rlcharde Wednes of Lake City visited Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. H. B. Wiggins.Mr. !

rejoicing over the much needed E. J. Lewis Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn Mr. THE WASHER THATCOULDN'T

,\I1t1. HARLEY IS 1IONOUFIA ) rain that fell during the last few day.AC Jimmie Chasteen of WhitIng and Mrs O. W. Barry visited and Mrs. C. R. Robinson and Mr.

stork shower complimentingMr days. Crops were suffering from Field near 'Pensacola. spent Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Deese and Mrs. C. L. May visited Mr.

Ilubbard C. Harley was given the drought that lasted through the past weekend with his parents of Branford Sunday.Mrs. and Mrs. Oscar Andrew of tjtarke "
the month of May. Mattle Barry and Mrs. last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen.Mr. .
Tnoraday afternoon by Mrs. John Paul Dlnklns, who Is employedin and Mrs. W. G. Stringfel- Lottie Edwards were In Gaines- Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May and : "
EL Jr. her home where
Wall. at ville Saturday i HAPPEN ;
arrangements of summer flowers Tlfton Ga., spent the weekendat low were In Green Cove Springs afternoon.Mr. Mr.\ and Mrs. W. F. May, of Wil- ;
and Mrs. Eldon ,
decorated the his home here. I Sunday as dinner guests of Mr. Hardy and Ilston, attended church services at y
pleasant rooms. daughter of Starke visited Mr. and Rock last r
Dock Wainwright of Jacksonville' and Mrs. George Manaisa. Sunday. -
the afternoon and
During games Mrs. O. W.
cmibnts were enjoyed after which Is spending his vacation In Law- Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen ing. Barry Sunday even-. Mrs. G. p. Wadswoith and Walden ,
with his Mr. and Mrs. visited Miss Pauline Wadsworth
the hostess presented prizes to the tey parents Brannen In C i recently visited
.husvv*. Mrs. Harley received a T L Walnwrlght. Jacksonville Saturday. SICK LIST I relatives in Plant City.

r of nice gifts. Mrs. Wall Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley returned Friends are glad to know of Friends of R. T McDavid will Miss Louise Raulerson of Waldo

assisted In caring for her to their home last week Mrs. J. B. Treadwell's recent return regret to learn that he Is in the returned to her school duties here

guest by Miss Margie Wall and after spending several days In to the home of Mr and Mrs.J. Alachua County Hospital In this week after being quite ill

Mr-. Neliion Blocker. This occasion Gainesville as tho guest of their M. Bradley following a year's Gainesville with blood poison In for several days.

:was enjoyed by about 2)jgitheA ) son, Suniter. stay with Mr and Mrs. B. C. his hand. A large number of Hamptonltes

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mosley, Sr. Adams In Atlanta Ga. Mr. and N. C. Mott Is also in Alachua attended the Glee Club Concert at

had as their dinner guests last Mrs Adams accompanied Mrs. i County Hospital and is to be BUS Auditorium Tuesday of last
The contractor began hard- Sunday), Mr. and Mrs. John Mosley Treadwell to tho Farm and were on this week. operated week and the Baccalaureate Serv.ices I

overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. I Fred Rogers Is Very in At hii at the USO Bulldinsr. in Starke Amazing Triple-Action -'---- I
Bradley Sunday home hel'e.We Sunday evening.
AND Mrs.' T E. Herndon and childrenof speedy recovery. wish them all I a I S Wondertub is Secret of the

R B. ALVAREZ & SON TiSBSi CO. Valdosta Ga., were visitors of BirthsBirths
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rltch Sunday. I".HIILrtYI'SInS first Automatic Washer

Joining their relatives here for the Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mott held a as announced by Shady- ... ..

We operate local Uy were Mrs. M. R.. Judd and Family Reunion at their home crest hospital: Every Family Can Afford I
Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ifowar,
children of Rtarke. A largo table pf food
r/ff/!!; r- & long dlshuicranywhere Mrs. R. P. McLendon and their was served' at noon. Tlioue present Mann of Lake Butler, a daughter,
born Now the all-new Bendix
? Economat
1 .
May see
In U.S. SOilS, Spunky and Tommle, left were: Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelley I ( ,. .

Tuesday for an extended stay In and two sons Mrs. Lloyd Dya heard he was being taken to automatic washer I Featuring the amazing

1t EXCKU: ENT I Knoxvllla, Tenn., with Mrs. Mc- and children, Mr. and ''Mrs.\ Howard hospital Jn Jacksonville a flexible WonJertub-made of metexaloy. -I
today, and
st Lendon's parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. Mott and children, Mrs.[ L W we wish him a speedy recovery. The tub that revolutionizes automatic washing I
J. T Cogdlll, and with other rela Sowell. Mlas Mary Mott. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender and
Mrs. anchildren draining damp-drying! And it's
S1 tives. They made the trip to Resale Carlton and children. visited Mrs. Fender's ;

I Knoxvllle over the scenic route Mrs. Rosa Plnholster, all or Mr. and 'Mrs. R. L. Batten parents guaranteed for 5 years! I

Agents For I'-- through!! the Carolina mountainswith Brooker, Mr. and Mrs. 13. W. Mott at .Theressa Wednesday- night or The Wondertub eliminates many expensive .
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cogdlllof of Hague, Mr. and Mrs\ Roy Harris last week;
DelcherBros. parts too! :Makes the Economat the
See us first? Gainesville The Florida relatives and children of"Alachua, Mr. -

will be among those attending and Mrs. Ross Barnes and baby simplest, lowest-price automatic washer in

the wedding of Miss Lois Cog- of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Mike the worl!I .

<;dill which will be an event of Sat- Tilghman and children of Gainesville PHONE 218 t

urday in Knoxvllle. Junior Mott of Key West: iaI ,

Miss Lunolle Durden returnedto Mr. and Mrs. Pasco Mott and COLONIALFLORIST

Jacksonville children of Gainesville,, Mrs. Odessa
on't Let Summer Static Sunday after havIng I
spent her two week, vaca- Hall and baby of Jacksonville,

tion with her parents, Mr. and Rev. and Mrs. Earl Willis and UNDERTOW WASHING

Mrs. L. Durden.Mr. children of Santa Fe, Neil But ACTIONI
,ERFERE With Your \ and Mrs. R. p. MoLendon ton of Gainesville and Mr. and ,

and their sons were Sunday visit- Mrs. L. H. Futch of Lawtey _ _. Won Jertub's '
ors of Mrs. L. B. McLrndon In shape combines with
; 10 ENJOYMENT Jacksonville.Mr. I S I S S S S I (j) the agitator i to give

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and Mrs. C. J. Rose returned you a new washing i
to their home In Tallahassee Pine Level] .action! Clothes and
.. ,
u suds are pulled down
USK For tucsuay alter having visited their $17995
F.M.Demonstration I -on-ln-law and daughter Mr. and .. By Mrs. II. M. McRao FLOWERS into undertow curfeats. .
S S S I I Dirt comes
Mrs. H. I S I
It':. FUEE R. Linzy since Thursday. '
Rev. W. E. Hall filled his -
ind grandson of Mlddleburg\ and at Pine Level Baptist appointment GARDENS INCLUDES NORMAL INSTALLATION!
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynolds of Church
Sunday although ho
Macrlenny. l I" not very well. We POTTERY
hope he will Only 17.90 down 7.81 Monthly%
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Biggs of soon be well again. ,
2.TrjArs: SERVICE STATION Hastings was tho guest of Mrs. Mr. and POTTED PLANTS
Madison & Court Sts. Mrs. B. M. Mcltae and Dcn't Mill This Chant T. In|.y

May Wells last Sunday. children visited Mr. and Mrs. A. F. FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE FLOAT-AWAY DRAINING AvUmatU.. W.hl".1 Sw.li Stntall.fl.l l.w Print.
PHONE 10( Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill were Hall and family In Jacksonville '

business visitors to Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. \ #
Floating suds trap Jirt. Won- _
last .
Monday.Mr. and Mrs. Robert :Myrlck and Nona St Starke dertub then closes in
and Mrs. L. H. Futch at- daughter .
Kathy Visited Mrs. B. S pushes suds and
ended tho Mott dinner in Brooker M. Myrlck In Gainesville Saturday dirt up and out the SQUEE'7r.DRYING.!

ust Sunday night. hollow I agitator, 'ss j.
Rev. and Mrs. Ballard Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas while sand and heavy nJertub then gently but fiimly hugs ctoihe! .

are attending the annual Confer- and children of Brooker sediment flush oul Scuce.ee.eei out waler. No wringer I No spin-

FULLY EQUIPPED ence of the Methodist Church In church services here Sunday attended and [' ARPENiEPRESCRIPTION' through the tub bot. .- _ _ aims I No d ep-iei
I '-" wrinkles
Lakeland this week. ? No tingling
were dinner tom. Ditty witer /43
The most modern and efficient equip. We are proud of the large number Mrs. H. H. Lewis.guests of Mr. and i neveuuainuhroulh a Just even I

of Lawtey boys and clothes. Clothes constant vacuum
girls who Our home
ment available demonstration -S
to the profession is agent. _
are among the class graduating Miss Dorothy Ross come out cleanl pun are
used this from Bradford High School this last met with us come out d.lmp.dryia
I by funeral home in maintaininy Tuesday afternoon at the a jiffy.
veek. They are: Henry Reddish home of :Mrs. A. J. Fender _j -4
1 its well known standard of Henry Bennett Carl Edwards six members present. The work with

Service. James Leon Starling. George Roberta ..ho demonstrated that day was COSTS IffS TO MAKSl COSTS ItSS TO
Phillips Frederick Pres-
I tufting bedspreads. It's beautiful
cott, George Testone, Maggie Manning work and It is hoped that ..U'lIl WIINOSXf MO STIHNIH9IMO
Nora Lee .. every-
PrevAtt. Linda
DeWITT one can
C. JONESPhone attend our next
I Carter, Melba Gasklna, Ruby Pre- Visitors of the H. ?!. meeting.McRae's 901TIMO DOWN

7 Starke, Fla.Humeral vatt and Barbara Moore. Sunday were Mrs. T. N. Norman

and son Gerald of
... Hellbronn I
Director Ambulance ,1 Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Croa-
Service SEE THE
by of Sunnybrook. Mrs. ECONOMAT HERE!
B. M. My-
Oar Quant funeral home enable. us to offer conveniences ant WHERE* DEAD? rick of Gainesville and Mr. and MONDAY ..

services not otherwise available. Mrs. O. 'V. McRae and little son, PHARMACISTPhone JUNE 6

Harley. .
M REVIVAL Rev. and 1
.r.'''rurnih the highest type service at lowest prices, and ,' visited Mr. and Mr.W.\Vm.'E. Hall Guy .4 STARKE I IOn Winkler Electric .-

_;pt ANY life Insurance policy In force lasted by ANT : Hall and family at Jacksonville -the-Minit Service Service ,
SUN.. JUNE 5. 7:30( P.M.
: Beach .
la on* day last
1 company as payment part or la full oa t, ruiermL
Consultation carries no obligation. UNDER BIG TENT We are very sorry to hear of DAY & NIGHT ,
224 Temple
high School! rounds-Slajlto the Illness of Raymond Oliver. WII -. Starke., Fla. Phone 166 '



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S S S tea kettle for I like to make the Allen Mortuary to help him time. I have to go to the den. N' .llr. .( Application. for THoum ... D"'I eal at Stark, Florida, this\ : 1*, 1940. 17, U40.COJo'o'JCJAL.
1 tint June 2 have ( Bill No. 18.a> ,. 1949. :11"1' (OFFICIAL SEAL,) A. J. Thomas, RRAt A. 3. 'X'bwca.
casket to teeth
caskets in the .
i the coffee with boiling water. I arrange just Notion in hereby ..iv.n that A. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A .7. A* Clerk of said Court A* Clark ot said C........
Clay Hill took the perker out of my coffee room. It rained on us, but cleaned and a check up. How," 7.;. Adkln.. Jr. the rJlIJ the A* Clerk of said. By Haven Crosby. C. Py Haven Croby. I>. C.
everything I do I make an adventure am I going to make.. that an following oortlflcittria 1 hits, acidcortlilcitles r By Haven Crosby l). C. Oeu. W. UandelKk.: .Dj..*: A. Doherty, Chan. n. Ha*. 204-05 Ouaranty. LiVHuui *
percolator for a change and Just for .a Ice. d...il to b. Uai,- 013 4t 6-3 301 Smith Kldit Jacksonville Fla hill flM, FlorIda.Atty.
By Lura Burgess MOM boiled my coffee.: So I turned of it 110 enjoy myself.I adventure ? Whoopee! I will eel thrrri. l'he cartinoata number a. Atty. for FIt S-80 4t e.idIN for Plf. Ck.onYl1I.5.20 4t a-i.
,years of iHmiance. In (Tlrral Ceorf. nradfnrd _
the descriptIon t..iy.
,;t ?GIwa, Nebr. the gas low under the pot and have been with Don to the somehow. So here we salute June of the property a.ml. the names" I In Flckrldni. lj thaacery.llobert : CIrcuit r..nr.. n..d'.." County

,': S S went to get the mall. We had a cemetery several times. PoncaCemt't..ry and have a nlre summer. which It'.. wits an.....*. la hill. Don li.wB': ( .rlltlc.Ie.. 1IfI. Year o' Helena May I,.v.ry, Defend) cot ('ate. P. Liiulley. I'lalntlff, "... R..I".
Uherein I watoh May with Its rain last night with mild thunder on a high June la a mixture of IHSIIUMCB Nay SI, A. n. 1517. PeHcripilnn No. 7317 : O. Cniillev, efendant' Cane No 7.IIU.
'_' which cleans the air and makes has the taking care of It. He everything nf I'roiifrtyt! K 70 ft of l.u Order .f PuHllcatloM and tell. Order. of Publication. .... Nolle
; 1 aiilo| |" MoNwimN. anllolct.. take nicer, S of Silk 27, OrlKlnal. Town of StarkHnctlon to Appear I I 'o AppearTTH .
llljfht things so fresh. As I walked hires a man to cut It. We setout t :', Tounnhlp 8 South ItiinK. TATH 4IP K'LOI1liA tat "
: anil welcome j In the June Fathers Day I Uay white OK Fi.oflE lit tat
tlirn.. under the avenue of old elms to flowers and saw how the aa Knot: Nniin In which aiwiiattd. J Helena. May I..ry. whose r<>"l- Puce i). CatiHey. whose residence. 1 I.
satin and rice. Fred Uuy.. All of usiIuI.perty den .and addreii la unknown: unknown:
the witha
the postofflce, I breathed dcpof man was cutting grass Fragrant with strawberries .. bxlnir In the County ot You me required to appear on You ara required to nppenr. I on
1, May like a Victorian lady the fresh air. I thought how power mower. My son had a Mradfiird State nt Florida Unless June 20 1940 In Ihe above nanieil, Juno 20 !19411. In the shove named.
I apples and roses steels rerllrit'Hte. or o..rtlfl atea shall Court and can.**, wherein plaintiff. Court and reuse, wherein plaintiff,
Moves sedately thru the days. good to be alive on a lovely May birthday the 25th. I sent hima June is a joy to fastidious bo redeemed' accorcllnir to law the peek* dly.I ....... llnttlfuld. CountyTeUnraph .*eek. divorce.. Tlraclfoid. I Cf>unty High S'hoc'1UNDER <;rc>umU- Sti rfc
Flowered carpets: spread beneath morning.!! I thought I will soon card. property dom-rllied In such rertlflpat Khali publIsh this Orderj I 'r.I ..r."h shall puhllnh this OrderIn
noses.Cod "I' rertlflcHto will be void to the In four l issues. BIG TENTSUN.
next weekly four IMKUVltnena
!: ABOUT TilE WORLD: Card next weekly **
her be visiting thru this column with highest bidder at the rotrt5 bout. WItness my haml, and officialeal \ :mv hnnd; and official
Beauty( ordering her frlendH. I want to tell them from a student Fanda Blnha In bless you all. Bu thInkIng I door on I the lint Monday In mont at Htark! Florida, tills May seal at Starke, FlorIda. this May ., JUNE 5. 7:30: I 1.. ST.NMIWlf .
diiys. uf July,
1-141.' which In the 4 ""y
Apple blossoms for her sun how beautiful it i Is out here. The Czechoslovakia. He is on an of you.Love, Lura. "f July 1949. Hated. this 25 day of -,
4 tractors go chugging; and buzzing excursion. That is behind the I :>t"v. 114'' -
shade .
I A J. Thnma ,
Violets( sprigged her thru town and I know the Iron curtain of Russia. He never l. r'....... (...... Bradford ('....,.. Court of Bradford* Clerk County. of Florida Circuit

ifj'' Sown, upon farmers. If I am out I wave mentions politics. I have also r; ,:- I.t In$tarK t ba. .:: :r.lltt. vi r..1 (official, H..iil"- 1i.11? 4t *-17

\'j Dogwood clusters on her bonnet a long arm at them. It is fun. letters from Laura Brewerton In H "'..rk. Defendant. CM." Ni. 13'M Not Ire. of Application. far Tax Deed
,;( the corn planter behind the tractor England who Is very unhappy Order. or btlcatlim. .. .*. !Nolle toApVear. llounti.. Hill No. I84) G :
"NI-AIH" Of ..OIUn.' tot Notice I I. m
hereby given that Jo)
Set the fashion notes In town. jumps and rattles. On they over the Labor government. eI.a. H Starke, who.er..Hldeiic" I I. OrlfflK. the holder of the following f

e.' Green and silver binds her go busy and happy. The trees Fosey Thompson lives In New iJvlHwareiVou HIM. :MadlHon Street \Mlinliiiftoil, c 'rtll"-"". ha. tiled *sit .certificate a
for a tax deed to ha
4 Handles, wave In the gentle breeze. The Zealand Is a happy person. Trudy iu. required to appear; on The certificate numbers issued and thereon.
Her scarf Is sheer dawn Iris are In bloom making blots I Berends Is a happy young girl In June 27, .19411. In the Hbo\e namedCourt .! iKKiianue, the deicrlptlon of the
as and
of Holland. a pal of mine. cause wherein plnlntltrReek property, and the name* In which
beauty everywhere. I love dlvo",'.. ITnd'ord .
pink mist. County It wn a* i>*Bed are as follow: Cer 1949w
/: How could to talk to my neighbors beside : ABOUT USA Letter from a Telegraph shall puUIHh Chip Older tificate fn. UK Year. of iHHUance :

.;,)4 April roguish rowdy i I me and back and over across I pal Amy Prelslg in Wisconsin, I In Wltn.next..four. my weekly hand IvaueH..anil officialreal :I June.Property I. A.I I.,l.>.... 143 4. 7 of ecrlptlon Hlk 3 ....k.of .

Sister this ? the street. The haunted house Is going to visit her daughter In ...t1lnrk*, Florida thin May ,KlnKxIev HelKht In NKV: ,, of NKU' flaM.

I -perfectionist Marlon C. Allen. across the street looked back at Washington state. Her husband. 25(OFFICIAL. ID44: !PEAT." ) A. J. Thomas. Mocllon 31 Knxt.:, 86,Nanio TowiiBhlp" In which Mouth a,.n.aeHed.".. farm

,I 1 me. I have told you about the Is going to visit his folks in A* Clerk of acid. Court. ,'h..... H. McMillan All c .
By Haven Crosby I>. c. of null! O ,
This Switzerland. old schoolmate property belnir I In the County
morning I got and house just chugged full of furniture My
up n.'l..Ik I 1017 Lynch 11ul14I of Kradford, Slat of Florida, Un. '
J; found myself laughing so easily. across the street from us Nancy Hoggins now lives In California I, ,, 'nle//Florida.I I le** elicit cert or cart*. hll b* re- x'

,\\I. Digger made me laugh and no one lives In It. The trees and is moving to a 25 acre AllY. for IMf. ,.n 4t 6-tT deemed, .demrlbmi. according In to such law. certlflval the( property I + C)

"'j, everything I saw and thought of bushes and grass are about to ranch to raise cattle. !. Circuit, ('....... Bradford (.....,.. or e..rlln.'Rleo will b* sold to the \ w.J .
: : just made me laugh aloud. I grow over It. Curtains hang a\( FLORIDA. FOLKS are fine. FIoridms la ( ..*.....,.. hlcheat bidder at th. court houn
U". M Dunn, I'lalntlff, v*. I.eta door on tile firm Monday In month \J )
t was afraid I was disturbing Don the windows and never a wLndow Mrs. Bishop Thomas of Brooker Dunn, Defendant. ('sac No 7112.: : of July' I'M'! which ,In the 4 day A'I)11' \

because It was not time for him Is broken. A very nice house says they are selling sweet corn. Order. .( Paalleatlon. A. Notice toAppear. of of July 1H44. 1),1J thla 23 day \j \
May 1949.
"' 'TIC OK ."..OHln,\ torn,
L to get up. Digger had come In but looks so lonely. I have been Children have the measles. A L.eta Dunn, '' whnn renldenc !I. CourtA J. Thoma.'

to my bed to awaken me. I cleaning at my house. Down in brother of her husband Is back Kout 2, Me*;/**, UeoraTln: [Clerk County of Florida Circuit. of'itadforil cO\\\ 5.

J I' dressed and took myself quietly the mortuary and upstairs. Monday from Europe with his family. I June TOil 27 are, 1944.required In the to above appear named on I (Official Seal. ) B-27 4t '..11I. <<> 1' .

out of the room. I put on the evening I went with Don to Her mother Mrs. Lewis was also Court and "..u.e. wherein plaintiff Circuit Court. .."t
llradford \
vlaitinir her. From Miami seeks divorce. County, Cooaity AlorNlO.
Tnleirratih nhnll DIJIWhr: I Order1_._ I Florida !. t'kaacerr.L.I1II ...1.-
Mrs. Cox has been ill but is bet r In n."t'. four weekly- -j.J .."",;.;.-- n I I Heine I'urvln, Plaintiff vs '
ter. Also Mrs. John Crlng is J WltnM inv hand! and official Clliby Krinhlln 1 Purvla, 1)efeniiant.:
Caee No.
neal at sturke Florida. this May.
soon to have her vacation and id. 194g.4UFFICIAT.. Order of l-Kbllratlna. ..* 1'1.' "". '

fcSTfcVSVTO will spend it mostly at the beach.At An SEA Clerk) A.of sid J.. Thoman.Court'I I !liT" T n ftll'Se .Appear VI.ORIDA. Cat \ \

SlOfctJ. Lawtey the Winton Parrl8hchildr..n' Bv Haven Crosby, 1.>. C. Cushy. Krinklln I'urvln who.. ad. '
,\SSOC\Mt I dreim U 211 I Kantaldburv: ,
are over the measles. At Alty for I'lf. 6-27 4t17 Street

i' 4. ___ I Highland Hazel Griffis writes In Circuit (....;;.-Bradford Count?.I Havannah You ore(Oeurirla ciulred/ ( to appear. on /O/0" A''

they are fine Hulon Herndon Florida. In t ........,.. ', June, 20. 1949. In the above namei
91d! Qp.q.d? by Itert I II \\nlllnK, Pliilnlirr., Mi F.' .. 'Court and cane, wherein plaintiff.
Is home on leave. Said he looks telle T. \\ ..11I11 Ii. Defendant. (Canal rMeeks dlvtirco, care custody. A con .
Xo. 732 I'I trol nf minor children.. Hrndfnr. : .
F. JAUDON 'good in his sailor ault. He graduated : d59'
Order ; Publication A 'Voile* to1Appear. [I County Telegraph. shall. publish this .
from ninth grade at Clay TAIH OK KLOHIIIt toiKniell Order In ucoat four weekly iHmiea, ,
115 West Call St. Hill three An .. T. Wallinir. whoKt. reMldenco 1; vitnev. "my hand and officIal, it/
Slarke Fla. years ago. an- la Ieee ii frt. foiith i Carolina I : (.eal at Starke., Florida, this May
nouncement from Walter Knighthe Yon, are required to appear' on I Is. It4i!!
t graduated from high school June 27. 114$. in the .above. (OFFICIAL PIOAIA.. J Thomaa. .
Complete line Auto Accessories Tires Court and cause, wherein I A. Clerk of mid Court, Jt'F
at Baldwin this June. Another .seek dlvor,... Pradford. (nn.'I II* llnven Oronbv D. C.tI..o. .
L Batteries Outboard Motors Fishing" dear boy of mine. Teleipaph I shall publlxh thl I. W. .nnnilHlake' Jon. A. Doherty,
: Tackle Radios And Hundreds In next four weekly: :lamieK.Vtnesa aoi Smith Klilir/ Jacknonvllle, Kla. .
Bicycles .
CLAY HILL The Hill Billy \ | my hand and "11"1'' Ally for IMf ft-SO 4t d.IO _. ":
of other items played at Clay Hill School Wed- I cent! at tollll, lee, Floildil. this '
: 24.9 -). I ix inrrrr ( orusT. alt 'rniii' -
f '.1 I nesday night to a big crowd. The (OFFICIAl. !SEAL' ) A. .t. Thomas, <'.1'.1.1'' FLWHIIttl I l\ IIIANKIIV. ---

.' revival Is still going on at Long Pv Haven. Crosby A. Clerk D. of nalil. Court, I John( l\ .Crnmer rinlntlff vs.. Juan.lIa ,............. +\ lOA\\VA...

Branch Church. Sunday several John .I, I Henderson, C.)':"'1.; Paint, Cromer., I>ef.... girls were baptlaed: Nellie O'- AuirijNtlne. I Florida, 7307. wJw,
1 .
Ally, for )'If. 8-27 4t 6-17 ..
steen Margaret Wilkinson Hazel I A\r> NOTICK Tf APPKAIt: } ,
... ;;: STATE I>K KI.OIULIA ) E\'Pr
O'steen Jeanette la Circuit < .. llradfnrd Countr.rlorhlni to:
I, AMOCO Gas & Oil Electric Welding| Green Shirley la. I hanrery.Hettye Tilunltil, 4'ronier. whose '''.'''I.'nr. I 1M
_ _ _ _ _
Mosely Ella Mae O'ateen Ruby .lt> I Vain, Plaintiff. vs 1113Oorlh: I litli Street, Monroe, l.u.:
} : J Washing Cireanlnic Tires, Tube & Batter. Are Padgett Vennla Carter and Lor- I man. J. iIlrnn.. Defendant., e.....flh""j Vou are required to appear on
7131.Onlrr I. j June I 13 110, I In the above nanimI'oiirt J .
f 1 Sold on Bt'DOKT FLAN. ene Padgett, I am so glad. Lor. i of Piiblleallim JL and piLiiHe' wherein plulntlf .I
I rilONK 147 FOR SERVICE e-no sends me her love forever. I Appear. T t'ti. OP Kl.Olllllt, .:.l i Keek. dlvor'... llradford, Count, 8UPG1'vols '
Sherman, Ifeani whom, reHldencwf i Teli'irrnph Nhall publleh t his Order
i miss! my girls so. Ilia Mae In Hiuttirftit, Arkansas: In ni.nt fi>tir, weekly |NBIINVltneNH GAIN ;it1 your
I \ my, rtnnil. nnd official, .
Johns have You ero reqiiln-d I to nppear onl I' een'at BAR
RIDE FLORIDA GREYHOUND IUTSSES says they light polesup June 27, 194't' III tll,f ulitvw, namcdi Stnrke I l fl'irldii. I his. May n, 1 It4! BIGGEST
near her home. Court:t anil: cause. wlieieln, ;: .plaintiff I i i I ((OI"lrll'IAI1..1) A. J. Thoinaa" %: :
PEED gU"ETCOIFOICT: FCONOMY: : IIKLFFt'L HINTS: Try putting I seeks .divine., & eslorat I Ion, ofmahlwn Aa. Cl,-rk of u.ail. | | Court ,0SlS so
,, name.' HiHdfoid. County I1V Haven Crosby, D. C.
a little starch In pillow Telegraph I shall! publish this Order B-13 41 8-3

\LEARN TO FLY the easy iraPay as| cases. They look so shiny when in AVItnesn next' four. lily weekly hand :Issues.Mild,,, : ..lTld..li!I la <.Ircalt Copt.SrSdIUrd- Cuunlr.

ironed Put a littlp sugar In seal, nt "Htnrke Florida. i In haneery.
10'101'1.1. tills May
; .:- \you learn. Special charter trips and sight- when 'cooking. I 28. 1913.COFFICIA7. I; Mel I J. 'J'hiuuioeoiu.,| 1-lHlntirf, v*. Char
peas think it 8KA7,) A. J. My H. Thompson,: :: ::;,, Uufmitlant.: Case
{seeing trips by appointment. Phone 1/7.\ brings out the flavor. The Eng. Aa Clerk! "t ...1<'I"III"'j". N... UII flOKJD.t P01t( )GBT %
lish peas I mean. Use a lot of Ttv llnven {'....lIv. I>. f*. Order of Pahlleafloai aad Nolle
cluiK( I It I. Hess I 211'-tIlt lliiaianty I I I.lfaHlllldiliir I a. Appear .
Jello these days If the family ,: :i ,Ijlcknonvllli I ::, I/::, ;Klol Ida. CIA" Tel "I> P. K I, O U I 1> A t. ..... .'

likes it in fruit and with just Alty for I'lf. 5-27 4t 6-17 I' Charity dene I I.B.Aurora[ """, p.un.North whoa Carolina r..I.I .:

cream served on it. I Vou are required, to appear. on
Call for Illils-Not Ire to t unlractoraMlsrlte June JO, 1H! ), In the above named
soon have green peas to rlorldnBealitd 1 I Court. ami CIIUKH, Whereto plalntlf'unek ---
PON LOSt YOV TEA1Pt eat. They are blooming. My lil, I the. Hoard of I'ubllc I Instruction' ofllrariford Telegraph. shall. publish thl Orde

( CA'PA '. ONt Or rHES 80N4'lJ cabbage dust the look house nice now.too. I I wanted haveto ;fflce of the County Huperlntendent, FI..ld'' of at Puh.the' I tin Witness next four toy; weekly hand: and liftile"' official''

I lid Instruction 1 I In Mterk.. Kim :Ida: ,: neal I at Stark, Florida thIs May SHOP & SAVE AT YOURJITNEYJUNGLE
fax a visit with you all before I lip to 10 o'cloik M. l Wed.nesdav 17. 1941'
$ -OMt aceR.
/ & 1:4 "ath"h
( started getting too tired. When June 16. : time: (OFFICIAL PRAT.) A. J Thnmaa.
and placa. all hid, received will hn A* Clerk of laid Court.
n you read this It will be JuneCAREFUL Pllhlh.ly opened, .and read aloud, forrurnlshlnir ny Haven. Cronby. D. C.
.all materials and labor. John J. 1I.'Ie'.on.| l E'l.; Bt. Au
L uca6OOD8eep/j and constrnctlnir. lift-Ill. aililltlon .., nuatlne., Florida *
Icier. elnssrooma to Clarke Mklt. *, Atty. for t'lf. 5-10 4t f-l .
; rkool plant.' ",....... Klorhla.Any _
bill lecelved after the
; fled time and. date, will not I Ijn"1..1.1 I Cats. KOIl Bill
'kg I : slclered.l"a bldN for furnliihlna Truck
Tractor. Tire and Haltarle. for all
( h hid must h* accompanied by:
.a eqci'Iltl..,. ,'hei'k or bid bond. In e'lUlpment Florida' tit the City. of Hlark.
for I the .naulnr twelvmonth
the amount of five cent of theIae
per .
will tie received bv *Ih."Uy .
bid as iruarant that the bid
der.. I If .awarded the. ,'contract v* 111, Council of the City of Htarke, Flor
within ten consecutive calendar Ida at the roilY office 'In Hturke. Free Delivery Phone 231
Florida, until
UOOIuon: KBT. ot
days after written notlc* nelnjr wlvenof
'cr; """h award. enter into wtlttencontract Tuesday June 7, A I'. 194*. on the

t Instruction, with of the ITadforil Hoard of County Public. .and following h..U..rl"IIOO.3H. listed: tint l-ply.icrad. tractor* tires; SPECIALS' FRIDAY & SATURDAY MAY 20 & 21

Kliirlda., I In .accordance with the accepted is.00x24...,..,:tflO.4-ply C tr....;,,'::1..2; ..(?),.!l, 5CC.5-ply:.

/ ; I ; IIIih: as and t ii.factory give a contrnct to: said,: HoardIn surety 11-H-nly- truck; 760-;20' Id-ply( ; : truck': ; :; :

f ( an amount, equal,', to one. hundred, UBxJO 10-ply truck| 700x19 10-plv TOMATOES
? trucketOUzle; 1-ply truck' ;! tbttxi No. 2 Cans
.per cent, of the contract priceNo RICml"ib.
t.ply truck 790x30 10-ply
bidder ; truck ; :
"may withdraw his
for :a period or I sfi'rthe lh.O'PIY truck: lid IZ-ply I.wk., 25c
thirty dtys
\\ .
\ L HtoraK hafterlea for all eqatp-
)q\ You need of. date set for the opeiilnir lucia-, I> mont a* follow: pickup truck. .

good! All work shall bn <1on In accoidance blii'l I I40\, and machine I tart and truckH tractor, biilldoaer mower. 2 for 25c

with plans, spec'1 If(rations' 'She| laid. City ronerve the "chl
and contra*'t documents retutlve.I
j J AutomoUeLiaLilitylnsurame Ih",'.'" whl 'h may bw examined at to waive any formalities In or lur..J..ct
I 'rjJ the office of the Muperlnlemlent. of I any or all bid.*. Philips SPAGHETTI
l'ulli, .. I !I Clly of Hlarke, Floildil" ,
Instinctlon Florida,
The price of beer can be loaded with Orink SiIreight or at the office of Hanford. W. Ooln 6-2 3t "% Curt' Job..' City c''.rkIn MUI LUU'H; I KLIKW(

( or it can be loaded with flavor. Anhltect I llalnesvllle I Florida. Une|I '
set '...r .iI plans Aconlrait I I.'II.m..n' rl...... WITH SAUCE
If you'd rather flavor instead of I buy A forms for blddlna' may he secured Finned. In 4 .kaiierrr.tme .
Beer. is Charley E. Johns by tenors I Cont I rai'toi,'s fromeither >> H. llrlimon. 34'.. PlaIntiff'
freight buy JAX JAX especially of said. offices hy "depositingtherewith : : vs. MACARONI 8 l lOc
Mary VlrKlnl llrlnaon I bsfendant.. : oz.
tailored to the tastes of the South- I th. Hum of Ten DollarsIII ('Hoe No. 7300
'Vast. And because don't Agencv (Mid' ) In lash or money. order, Order .f ('llatliin' and Katie l5 Can lOcVET'S
you pay extra whii h deposit. will I be refunded. upon.Submission ..
Phone 15 STAKKK, FLA. : : : f Appear
.for freight you get FIVE bottles of JAX llj. of a .bona tide bid. ,and || MTATF) UF, KI-Ontr to:

(for the price of FOUR bottles of "Long- .. I I return of said. plans. ari'l contract Mary. Virginia Prlnnon whone reeld .
document t* In Rood condition I with .n. I I. 12 It W 40th Htrcet, Bu- Tomato CATSUP
Distance" shipped beer. I In ten days. after the date set for vannah. O.or.l..:
II I (. openlnv the hlds.= Any aildlllnnallsets I| T.... are required. to appear on DOG FOOD
... ,... requested for purposes other June II 194t, In I lie .abor named
than I the submission, of, lild will Court and catf.. wherein
: II.I plaintiff
be furnished at the a,' cost ofdiit'ltcatlon 1 seeks divorce.
THE TRAVELERS HartfordLET Bradford County
prMntina '
j .
but without I refund T..I..III.h l shell! puhllHh. thl* Order 8 lOc
J "I IREWINa COMPANY, JACKSONVILLE FLOIIDA Xldders. iimallflcatlnnil i' i inunt l lsatlnfac b. In next four weekly I..".... oz.
'tory to the Hoard' of Witness my hand and official,
__u __ ___ __ __ __ ___ I Instruction' uf liradfurtl '''I'uhll"l seal ut Htarke, Florida, this MaylOFFICIAf. 3for25cINIEI'ENIENT
Florida.. 12. 19 19. .
The Hoard of I'titillt. MRAf.) A. S Thoma
of Hradford County Florida. reserves A* Clerk of said Court ) :
US PAY YOUR HOSPITAL BILLSPays n.the right lo waive' InformaUiItles ,i IIV' Haven Crnahv D. C.
any bid and, to rej-<.t any1 lonepn K Hkluper til Graham
or all .bids., I I Phd,'.. Jackennvllle. Florida, Park Place TISSUE
The Ftoard nf Puhllfl Instruction Ally for I'lf. 6-13 4t IiI
in Full Regardless of Workman's CompensationACCIDENTS of: Ilradford County; ,) SAFETY MATCHES

Florida.Hv H .P. Morgan. Dscretary., ,, (....-... ('..*... Rra.ford (..._
SICKNESS F FCentS C-27 3t 9-10 I I I I I Florida hnrlM) T la, SCntMll( baaeerr., Je plulnlirrIMariraret ....
I : R.;-z" .'II; Itefendant.i :Ca>* 3 Rolls 25c

r CHILD BIRTH NO 7111 3 pkg. 25c .
", Order ., Pmllrmtlmm<., eeC J 1'1.' tlc.

Picked. .fcr cc. OM. Line. .....1 l ....", Lila I.... c. Marvaret K. ilutell. who** reeldenc' ALL IIKANDS
In (nn Cedar A>*., Long Beach, CalIfornlai -
USUAL CASH IINtriTSHojpltol fOil I L4
J You ar* required on All Brands Tall
t rj00. 20. 1949 In the tb.m:

room operating room, antsihma. X-ray I, Court and cause, wherein plaintiff SOAP POWDERS
rredlcints laboratory hypodermic, and am. I peek divorce.' llradford County
: Telegraph hall publish this Order
[bulonci.d In n.t four weekly lau" **.
: Pay Physicians' or Surg_,' fees for optrotlon due > Witness my nand, anu official MILK -- lOc
to accidents or sickness. Peal ar Stark., Florida, this May
.; 17. l I'4 t. Large Size 25c
Age Limits: One day to 80 years tost only..a few We offer the .people of Starke An Clerk of laid Court ,
,' Choose doctors Ttv Haven Crosby D. C.
day for whole far.nl/ your own
per Cbs It. Hem. I'4-OS (>uar nty LI?. RED WHITE
end us. any hoipital. and tlrlnltjr one of the most I If..I 1011"_. Jackconrllle.. Florida or
\ Ally for Pit 1-0 4t '-10 BANANNAS 3 lb. 25c
MAIL COUPON TODAY modern I la rlrrvlt r...... ....*,..* (....". ,
anti finest equippedwelding
rerlili In lm. .fivrr.
Samuel Wllcax. I'lalntlff. V" Claudia I POTATOES 10 lb. 39c LETTUCE 2 heads 25cTOMATOES
; 11"11I: L.-III .... co.. DK.,. c-I shop.* aaywbcre. Rain. Wllcox. defendant. Caa NoOr ,
""'". r. .ssl. .T" .. 12'..
uILslILL.' "LA.IINlflTS 2 lb. 19c
Work GuaranteedSMITH'S -
All ... ., I'eblleest.. l ... N.teeTa -
Pl.a .. tell laforriatlos' about ..r Rca-
All NOT IIOUCIOrOK : Plan.dT'I. do.. aol .bIlat.I m :s57 W5Y. Appear BACON SQUARES lb. 21c _
CHILOMIN OKILDULY Name Claudia' Rain Wllcox. who. real.
Ce''... dene la unknown FRESH DKESSED and DRAWNFRYERS
DIPINDINTS ru,. ",.,. MACHINE SHOP I I You are required to appear an t Herman's Sausage, Ib. 37c
GM4 I. Aay H..I. June It. It4*. In the abov. nam.dCourt
c ... Pb... and ca..... wherein' pllntlff
: c..... Pelie U>, T. $5.000" Temple Av.. aua,... I I Peeks divorce. Mridford County. Daisy CHEESE lb. 44c lb. 53cJ
Trleirraph. shell. pablieh. Ibis Order ,
-- In next four weekly I.....*
i J Witness my..". end official

... tiff


B & P W Committee Miss WattersonAnd Women Pfc Frank Rosser Jr. one I've ever seen. Houses were world and can hold 400 men.I .
Honor underwater everywhere. So many I lost 10 pounds during the week" ,

.A .1 ) Chairmen NamedAt Mr. McMahoneTo GraduatesAt Tells Of Texas Flood people lost everything they owned. and didn't sleep for three days 1

1-- Wed June 19 Silver TeaThe The base was high and dry but figured that as long as I could(
;;: I. the regular May meeting of The following Interesting letter we couldn't get to town for a help someone in need I might n
the Starke Business and Professional Bradford High School I describing" recent flood conditionsin couple of days Roads were un- well do It. When I wasn't on

# :> Woman's Club Thursday Senior girls were honor guests at Texas, has been received by derwater and bridges were wash- guard duty I was helping care for
last week In St. Mark'sPariah
evening of F. W. Rosser from his Frank,
son .
delightful silver tea Thursday ed out. They wanted" volunteersto the sick and homeless.I
........ House the President Mrs. a Jr., now serving with the 7th
of last week from four help uptown so I volunteered, for
aMloIftIce : afternoon will close now, hoping to
Office Gladys Monty\ Marlon Faulk, and Mrs. Lillian to six o'clock at the Woman's Malnt. Sqd.. Bomb (H) at the and they made an M.P. out of me.
flume 29 Editor Phase 815 Davis and Mrs. Loyree Hartmann Carswell -AF Base In Fort Worth, t hear from you soon.'
I Club, given by the Junior Wom- In all. stood 29 hours guard
gave reports to the members present Texas: Your son,
(, v en's Club. i duty. I patrolled a river part of
various Federation
on the I JeI May 22, 1949! the time. They set up a big dance Junior.FLORIDA .
Placed throughout rooms
meetings which they attended at
New PTA Officers Kindergarten Class Dear Dad: hall for the homeless and I was
the George Washington Hotel In of the club house were artistic
Received your letter Wednesday,, the M.P. on the gate the rest of
of flowers
Elected May 25 To Have ProgramThe Jacksonville recently. arrangements gladioli and roses.garden The tea tableIn but haven't had time to write. the time.

Various Committee reports were You've heard about the flood in
Officers for the ensuing year "Class of '49" Happy Hearts the auditorium, overlaid with Life magazine wanted me In a JOIN TVS
given and the following Committee Ft. I .
Worth know. It'
the worst
were elected at the PTA meeting Kindergarten graduation exerciseswill Chairmen were appointed for an Imported white cutwork cloth picture they took Inside of the OPPORTUNITYORVE

held May 23th In the school i li be held Friday evening. June the had as its centerpiece, a lovely dance hall so I got in it. Don't
following new : Program
brary. The subject for the meet- 10, at 8 o'clock at the USD. Coordination, Mrs. year Margaret Bur- arrangement of purple stokesla proved House bill appropriations with bill and the know whether they will publish it
its 10
ing was "Evaluating the years- Mrs. Martha T. Smith instruc- dette; Public Affairs. Mrs Flo and white daisies In a low silver duction either would per cent rei or not.I .

work" with reports from the tor will present diplomas to John Charbonneau; Educational and Vocational bowl. Crystal punch bowls were I affect the materially didn't think water could do
amount of
chairmen and officers. Joca. Buster Partin, Michael Den- Miss Madge! Middleton; placed at the ends of the tables going to the grant nON ,so much damage until I saw It c,57/N llS SAVfN6S BANDS
needy aged blind,
Elected officers are: president. ton, Bill Green, Anne Matthews, International Relations, Mrs. JanIce and were flanked by silver compotes and dependent children Chairman I with my own eye .

Mrs. T. B. Harding; vice-president. Kay Hart, Dave Long. Tom Smith Simmons; News Service and holding dainty refresh- Safay said. ''tll Oh yea I made three repairson BANK

Sally Ann Szymczak, and Jim Television Mrs.. Desta Dyal; FInance ments. I c a B-23( Saturday. First time
L. A. Canova treasurer, C. The State at STARKE
Mrs. ; likewise "would lose I've
.worked them.
Malone. Mrs. Lillian Davis; Legislation Mrs. Roy Ward and Miss on They're so
S. Partin; recording secretary The class motto for the youngs- Mrs. Jessie Young; Health Evelyn Stump greeted" the guests millions from of dollars coming each big that walking down a wing Is Memtter F.IM.O.

Mrs. M. Norman; corresponding and Safety, Mrs. Lillian Ray and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Luther at the door. In the receiving line year the Federal Government like walking down a highway. I .
love another
ters Is "Let us one to Member .. National
secretary Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Membership, Mrs. Thelma Dink- Watteraon of Hampton announce were' Mrs. H. H. Adams Mrs. help carry on the program saw- the XC-99 yesterday. It Is GroupYou're
and share with one another" Their the W. Mrs. J. R. WainWright he added. the largest In the
Jr.; membership chairman Mrs.T. Ins. approaching- marriage-: ot C. Powell, transport plane
K. McClane) Jr.; Dept. of I class flower Is a pink rose, class The group made plans for a their daughter, Florence liar- Mrs. Clifford Hazen, --

Education, Mrs. W. B. Sewell; colors pink and blue, class song monthly bulletin for the membersand vene, to Donald W. McMahone Mrs. S. O. Denmark and the<

Dept. of Health, Mrs. T. H. Slade; "Happy Classmates Are We". The the name "Starke Strawber" son of Mrs. Evelyn Fensler of senior class officers, Miss Idell
Congress publications, Mrs. F. J. following program will be presented ries" was decided on.. Mrs. Desta Fort Myers. Landrum and Miss Barbara

Shaw; hospitality, Mrs. P. E. : Poem 'Too Expensive by Dave Dyal will be editor and news Items The wedding will take placeon Home. Inviting the guests to "Company" When .

Canova; library service. Miss Long; song "Great-Great Orannle"by are to be turned In to her by the Sunday June 19, at 4:30: p.m. ,the tea table were Mrs. Robert .r- '
Audrey Newman; historian and Sally Ann Szymczak and Tom second Thursday of the next In the First Baptist Church, Green and Mrs., Vernon Silcox. ;

publicity, Mrs. M. F. Brown; home Smith; Butterfly by Bill Green month following each meeting.Mrs. Hampton. All relatives and Presiding at the punch bowls You Come
service and world citizenship Mrs. Song "Merry Go Round" by Anne friends of the couple are invitedto during the appointed hours were To A&P
W. R. Morse; chairman school Matthews, Kay Hart and Kinder- Mildred Sapp, Mrs. Lillian attend the wedding and the Mrs. T. W. Attaway Mrs. Merry

ground project, V. R. Ferguson; I garten; song "Little Hans" by Ray and Miss Della Rosenbergwill reception which will follow Immediately Beth Smith, Miss Frances Colley The men and women who staff your nearby ALP: want you to st
be hostesses
room representatives. Mrs. Ralph Buster Partin. the USO building at the June dance 10 for In after the ceremony at and Miss Hazel Fields. feel ).uu.... their guest when you visit their store In preparation ",
Alvarez and Mrs. Frank Landrumand I The public is cordially Invitedto the High School students. June the home of the bride-elect's During the afternoon Mrs.\ A for your coming they've endeavored to order the
O. L. Patten. attend the exercises. parents. J. Thomas, Jr., thing they've learned
Legislation 21th hostesses will be Miss Pat presented a musical you like best Your favorite food e
Lambe Miss oroirram with Mrs. LeVY and your preferred brands. Your ALP has
Madge Middleton and a money-hack
Mrs. Miss MonteithIs Canova.. Mrs. J. Warren Kauf guarantee that applies to '
Betty Ingram. Mrs. Mildred everything It offer. If you
Yea The Tourists. And Transients Like I Sapp and Mrs. Mildred Doyle';will HonoreeAt Miss man, Miss Evelyn Stump and are not completely satisfied with your purchase. ''
Garnlta Hutto
Our Food. be hostesses for the June Club taking part.
Meeting on the 16th. Lovely ShowerMiss Assisting In caring for the 100

Rut we still have time te caterto Magazines are to be' donated the guests were Miss Elma Lee
Margaret Monteith, bride- ,,
Hickey Mrs. Al K. Carlisle, Mrs .
: the home folks We apea Hospital Library and may be left elect\ of June T, was honor guest Norbert S. Szymczak, Mrs. Jim
with Mrs.
'.' predate your burins and always) she will also Margaret collect Burdette books whichare and Tuesday afternoon at a miscellaneous lltch, Mrs. Charles Oakes, Mrs. Dried
shower and tea at the Alvarez,
Ralph Jr. Mrs. D. L.
try to please our friends at h.me.i to be divided between the Pub- Starke Woman's Club. Hostesses Thomas, Mrs. Lawrence? Dugger, .

i lic Library and the School Li for this delightful affair were Mrs. Mrs. 'Robert Barksdale Mrs 'wj 4 Peanutsr. /
George Flynn Mrs. Paul Canova Wtllard Pass Miss Nina Bishop ; 4

Still Serving Our Famous Business Men's Plans were discussed" for a din- Mrs. George Patten, Mrs. Richard Mrs. ..1.V.. McIntosh, Mrs W. T ; lb.29cWoodbury's

LUNCH 50c ner which the group Is.to sponsor Kldd, Jr., Mrs. L. A. Canova, Mrs.\ Jackson, Mrs. M. E. Land Mrs.
this Saturday, June 4, at 6 p.m. W. H. Graham and Mrs. J. R. A. B. Baker, Mrs. Ernest Philips -

GUIDON GRILL In St. Edward's Recreation Build- Wainwright Lovely arrangements of varied Lillian, Miss Marion and Mrs.Brown Miss Fresh
Stump Guy Sale. BUTTER BEANS
3 lb.
Ing. Tickets will be sold for 91. Summer flowers were placed at 19c

OEO.: KOPELOU8O8 Each and everyone Is urged to get points of Interest throughout the Hath Bar 2 for 23c

his ticket from a club member and room. of the club house. The two WCTU Florida GoldenheartSPIC
refreshment tables In the
plsn to return as an excellent & SPAN, small - 23c

MR. FARMER I We KILL INSECTS by meal Is to be served from 6 o'clockon. punch torium bowls were centered and surrounded with crystal by Held Last FridayThe CELERY, 48's, 2 for -' 25c

The regular 8 o'clock "Bingo" Laura Scott WCTU met
Airplane SPRAYING fern.Mrs. SPIC & SPAN, large 73c
game of the St. Edward's Club O. L. Beasley greeted Friday at the home of the President California IcebergLETTUCE
QUICKLY! COMPLETELY! CHEAPLY! will be held Immediately following. gusts. at the door, who were then Mrs. W. N. Johnson. An interesting -

Mrs.. Del Colley Is chairman of Introduced" to the receiving line by program was presented, Palmolive Soap bath sz. 2 for 23c 48's 2 for
the event with the following committees Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. In the receive and reports of work given. Much 25c

We applicate as cheaply as $1 per acre (plus cost of assisting: Stella Kopelou- ing line were" the hostesses the constructive work has been done

toxic) and are equipped with the latest Aerial Insect- son, serving" ; Miss Madge guest of honor, Mrs. D. A. Mon- during the past month and plans IVORY SOAP, medium, 2 for 17c New, Bagged or Loose
ton, Advertising; Mrs Middle-I teith and Mrs. G. J. McGrlff. Mrs.L. aid for future activities by the
icide Service to destroy insects In the following crops:
drews, door prizes; Mrs. D. Vining and Mrs. T. T. Long members. WHITE
Peanuts Strawberries Pepper Tomatoes Watermelons. Sapp, tickets; Mrs. LIllian Davis, ; were in charge of the lovely" gifts I IA business luncheon la among IVORY SOAP, large - 14c POTATOES 10 ft. 49c
Pecan Trees. Potatoes Cucumbers,
Egg Plant. Mrs. that were -
Sapp Mrs. Anna James, .Mrs. displayed on four tables the Items being planned.

Corn Cabbage, Tobacco, Squash Celery etc. Marlon Faulk Mrs. Grace 0.- sot up in the anteroom. Three new members were addedto OXYDOL. large size 27c California Washed

borne and Mrs. Loyree Hartmann, Assisting as floor hostesses were the Roster at this meeting. Long WHITE
hostesses, and all other members Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs. H. C. POTATOES, 5 Ib. 29c

We use 2-4-D Weed Killer sure deathto asked to help with serving and Johns, Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., Friendship Class D-U-Z, large size - 27c
clearing away later. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid and Mrs. Her. : Red, Ripe Watermelons
Ground Dog Crickets Grasshoppers Ave.)
bert Ritch. Mrs. A. F. Sauls, Has Outdoor Supper
Following the S9c
meeting Mrs.
Mosquitoes, and other pests. Marlon Faulk served delicious Mrs. H. C. Brown and Mrs. JunIus DUEFT, large size - 26c ea. Halves 45c Quarters 23c

Smith were In charge of refreshments The Presbyterian Friendship
punch and cake to the members
prcsi-nt. and were assisted In serv- Bible. class gathered on the lawn LAVA SOAP, 2 bars for 23c Fresh CROWDER PEAS, 3 ft. 25c
ing by Miss Sue Biggs, Miss Nor- at the home of Dr. and Mrs J.

S-E-E Office supplies of all klnjn. ma Canova. Miss Emma Jane Warren Kaufman last Friday

Lacy Conway or Leslie Libby Bradford County Telegraph.! Canova Miss Nancy Knight, Mrs. evening for a pot luck supper Plain or' Self Rising CaL LEMONS 432's dozen 39c

(Union Bus Station) (Temple Garage) Moody A.V.\ and Anderson Miss,Polly Jr.? Miss Woodward.Joyce :ing.monthly social and business meet- lona FLOUR, 25 Ib. 1.49 ,

Phone 147 Phone 32 : C. M. Turney, leader, and 18
Presiding at the punch bowls were
Starke, Fla. Mills members present gathered around ORANGES 5 ft. mesh
Evelyn Newsome Mrs. the lona TOMATO JUICE, 46 oz., 23c bag 43cAnn
outdoor fire and had
Merry Beth" Smith Miss Hazel 1 1I place
I Fields and Mrs John fleas refreshments, followed by the

FLOORs Mlns Betty Ann Flynn and Mrs.J. business meeting. Page) Fruit for Salad 2'/js I9c Sunmaid Seedless Raisins, 1 fir box 18c

W. KincaId rendered piano

WANTED : 500 SALESMENREWARD ndingQ711Fli solos to six during o'clock.the tea hours four Welfare Unit Head Ann Page Salad Dressing qt., 43c

Says Funds Slash

for i// New WSCS Officers Will Affect Needy .'

ALSO PAINTINGAND White House Evap. <\
SundayMembers Chairman Emmet. Safay of the SuperRight"TOP

FOR KSTIMATB: WRITE of the three Circle. day nearly 121,000 needy aged and !
of the MILK 3 tall 34c
will have blind> and dependent children In cans 4
II. P. McKELVEY their and f
program social meetingat
Florida stand to have their assistance QUALITY MEAT
I'.O. Box 208 the recreation '
To Whom We Sell building Mon- grants reduced If present
dry' June- 6, at 3:30: o'clock.
HTAKKK:, FLA. for thevelfare
proposed appropriations QUALITY
Hostesses for the afternoon NUCOA, Colored, ft. 40c Trimmed WESTERN
r Either: Range, Hot Now Work, Old. \\York And, will be Mrs. W. d. Hallo. Mrs. program are approved by BEEF

ALL Work UUAKANTRKU! L. I>. Vlnlng./!, Mrs. Bertha the Legislature. Sirloin Steak, tIi. 79c
dollar reduction In State
Water Heater Re- Pearce Mrs. L. D. NUCOA Plain lb. 28cSwift's T-Bone
_# # # Green and funds means a reduction of nearly Steak, ft. 89c
Mrs. J. R.
Wainwright $3 in the amount of grant the In- Chuck
? f Heat- Roast tIi.
frigerator or Ivldual receives below what the SSe
An Installation Baby Meats 19cSwift's
of officers and -
{(State Welfare Board has deter.
i Vii ers : Circle leaders of the WSCS of mined Is required to meet the Sunnyfield Sliced Bacon, lb. SSe
&C the Methodist Church
was conducted
1piw needs of present' recipients" and
by the pastor Rev. J. R. Junior Meats 28c
lM FL-: those applying for asulatance each Coin Sliced
1 sL STARKE Hill, assisted" by the retiring day." he explained. Bacon, ft. 47c
president! Mrs. W L. Blair' on
"The Federal Government more COOKED
If1N This Beautiful Sunday morning. May 29 following KEADY-TO-EAT
than matches the grants up to a
{ l ; the worship service. maximum of $30 In the case of the A&P Coffee Short Shank Picnic Hams
VPS OVENETTEFREE Hun., 1\I..n., TlI""., June' 5, 6. 1 The following members wereInstalled needy aged" and blind and $27 for ft. 45c

rPANtom : president, Mrs. W. G the first needy dependent" child." DRESSED & DRAWN
Station West flails GRADE A
; vice-president Mrs. L D.
While there wide variationsIn
Vining; recording secretary, Mrs. : appropriations for assistance 8 O'Clock 1 lib 40c Florida Fryers, fb. - 53c
Dick! Powell, Jane Greet C. E. Ilernwall; promotion sec -
PLATE For each customer i programs between the Senate-ap-
you Also Short SubjoctaWeil. retary.- Miss Olive Ray; and Quick Frozen Perch
bring in to whom we treasurer. Mrs.\ H. II. Adams Fillets, lb. 33c

4 I'y sell; any of the above .., Thum. June 8, I IUO.tBLE 9 Secretaries" to the following are;: 8 O'Clock 3 lb. 1.15 Sliced Bologna

IAN appliances. ; FEATUREADVENTURES Christian Social Relations and CHOOSE RIGHT! ft .. 45c
..... local church activities, Mrs. E.
.. .. OFCASANOVA K. Perryman: Missionary\ Educa The right choice of a career Red Circle 1 Ilbs 44c Armour's Franks 1 pound
pkg. 49c
ACK AN K.X.V.MI'LK: : Mr*. Jones Lion Mrs. Titus Olson; Student often spells the difference" between ,

Work, Mrs. J. M. Hembree; going ahead or goingIn Fresh
brings In Mr Smith who pur- Caught Mullet
4 Youth Work. Mrs. Herbert Ritch; the opposite direction. The Bokar 1 lIb 47c lb. 25c
chases a range from u*. Mrn.. .triiiro do! Cordova. Lurll -
SI i' Work, 1\(1'1.\ Hogan U.S. Army and U.S. Air _
Bones will |M> given FREE oneOvenette. BremerALSO Smith; Spiritual Life, Mrs. I. P, Force offers many benefits. .. .;y

Shepherd; Literature and Publications Opportunity for unlimited Bokar 3 Ib.1.35 I .;IAKLIYDS'g

STAR PACKER Mrs. A. Wood; Status promotion. Inter.IIUngwork. .
.. .
of Women Mrs. L. A. Davis; g >< r
With John Wayne Adventure and travel.- Job
'To anyone who brings in as many as five customer Supply Work Miss Amy Coburn; security. Good working con- MARVEL( DREAD Home Style
IK lb. loaf
and IRe
to whom we sell some appliance, we have an Krl., Sat., June 10, 11 Publicity leaders Mrs.for A.the F. Sauls.Circle ditions. Ambitious young Nutley OLEO., Ib. 20c DO

additional FREE beautiful aluminum set P.fBLK: FEATURE coming NUTS. Sugared Per .
gift a year are; Circle One Mrs. Bertha men and women find opportunities Dozen . 19c

of waterless cookware. LADY Pearce, Circle Two Mrs. Mae not matched any Jane Parker
DEXO tb. can -, 29c LEMON BAR .
-' .
Green Circle Three, Mrs.\ J. R. where. Investigate now.America8 ; 29c
For the BEST PRICES & the REST SERVICESee AT MIDNIGHT Wainwright.. Jane Parker
Finest Men ANGEL
SLADE before you TRADE Klrhanl Dranlag, Francis ChooseU. DEXO, 3 Ib. can 87c Jane Parker 53c

Rafferty Wesleyan Guild GOLDEN LOAF CAKE 25e

ALSO To Meet Monday S. Army and

SLADE GAS CO. GUNMANFROM U. S. Air Force Jane Parker .
TIle Wesleyan Guild of the JELLY ROLL 37c
BODIEBuck Methodist Church will meet at 8 Careers .

Two doors from Railroad on Call Street Jones .t TIm McCoy p.m. on Monday. June 6, In the Local Recruiting/ : Station Jane

Starke, Florida Also Comply a Serial Sunday School building. Host- Polo Office Bl-Jg. Starke Parker DINNER ROLLS lOeI'AGIlI'OUR

esa*a will be Mrs. George Sapp Mon.te>. 9 ..... to IS Boon
I I i and Mrs. C J. Frazier. '11II




Mr. and Mrs. Ed O. Duncan visited his A Cottage Prayer Meeting waf "_ Miss Evelyn] Stump- and Miss Mc..t4.h Tax| typewriter ribbon., :I point pencils. notebook pa p rm.etc. .

Jacksonville ,were Mrs. L.' A. Duncan in held at the home of :Mr. and Mrs. Lillian Stump "will" attend a fashion I carbon |INlIH'r.| Ink. muter. pen '(' at Bradford County T..I........... IOVDEsoviet
dinner guests of Mr. Central of Georgia Hospital W L. Andrews Thursday of last
show In Atlanta GA the
;} early' J
Guy Sale. Savannah Ga., over the week with a good attendance.Mrs. .
: E. J. Nix, Jr, their daughter part of next week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. \
son Keith, were In E. J. Nix. Jr., of Hat. served delicious refreshments Mrs. W. H. Nbllm4.fi/ has returned 1 8 5hT,52Jwe : : I

villa Sunday visiting Miss., waa a recent after the meeting.At to her home )111 Starkn .enow TMS (TO*. |
of her Mr. and Lake for the weekend
Mrs Lettie parents Brooklyn _
mother after- a visit with her tiUsbond In

... v '. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. W. I*. Andrews. She join were Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Millsof Asheville and Highlands, N. C. r-- V" ,. ...
husband in Jessup, Ga., Green Cove Springs and Mr.
of Ga.
Stockton were
Mrs. Mamie Johns and Mr. and Marlon Walton of Pompano Mr. and Mra L. D. Friday. Mr. Nix has been and Mrs. Harold Mills and Mr. and and a short visit with her thr..esillters .f
Barden Beach :t. H. Mrs. Sullivan of Starke. In Savannah Gl .. .,.
Mra Johnny were guestsof was visiting at the Thursday to Sunday of buying trip. Percy .
Mrs. F. M. Beasley and sons, Ritch cottage on Klngsley Lake Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Frank Rosser, Jr.? station Jim and Joe Srhott are leaving Mr. and Mrs W. E. IjOcipeg, en- ( I
Leslie' and Harvey, in Keystone over the weekend and family spent the U. S. Air Force In for their home In Milwaukee next route to their home In tunmarck '1\\ i

Heights recently.Mrs. Mrs. Mattie GahHgnn was in Brookavllle with Mr. Worth. Texas spent Sun week after vacationing here since N. D., from a winter'., Vacation /

F. F. Stump returned Fri Harcieevllle, S. C. over the week- Edwin[ Wernecke and here with .his father, F. W. October. The Schotts, uncles of spent. In St Petersburg!, ant the t

day from a two week's visit at end attending the funeral of her Mr. and Mrs. N.. N. Sgt. Norbert Szymccak have enjoyed house! guests of Mrs. Carl Jack- ... II ._

her family home in Amherst Va. brother-in-law D. P. Patterson. low of Dothan, Ala., T. C. Chastaln Mrs. E. J. their vacation here in son. '!-.-I.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Leo Edwards of of Mr. and Mrs. J.. T. Jr., and Mrs.V.. L. An- Starke and intend to return next Russell B. Judd" left Mindly for -==- ;:,.

and son, H. A. Jr., of Callahan Fernandina spent last Friday tho early part of the were In Ocala visiting year.Mr. Belle Glade where he Will' bill) employed ...

spent Sunday with Mr and evening with T. C. Edwards at Mr. and Mrs. J. F. slater Mrs. George Cotl- and Mrs. Eugene Long and by the State far four

Mrs. E. A, Edwards and other Shadycrest hospital/ children<<:\ of Hastings on Tuesday. daughter, Mary Ann, left Sunday months. Mr. Judd stepped' off
relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale attended end guests of Mrs Fay E. Thornton, a firemen for Baltimore Md, where Mary with friends In Tnmri
Alton Revell] of Tallahassee the wedding of Miss Lota "* Mrs. L. S.. Mutto Mrs. the Seaboard, In Wildwood, Ann will enter John Hopkins Hospital night. I Prevent Home Accidents !

pppnt several days ]last week Sale to, John Yates In Valdosta Kinney and son, Wayne the :weekend with his par- for Medical Car. on June 1. Morris Jackson arcoiViptinJl. by .

with the Guy Sales. Ga., on Wednesday. Wells Miss Garnlta Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thorn !\ J. T. Hnuze of Valdosta, a friend Charlie Wart), !lath of "e

Mr. and Mrs. George Rivers of D. L. Thomas returned- home Shellle Hall and Ga, visited her son-in-law and Birmingham Ala. ponl the weekend 1 1 4

Graham were" weekend guests oi Thursday of last week after' be- [on. 'and (i. P. Hutto of the Boatdraln WMU daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. C, with Moirla' nu>U/>ef! Mrs. Check your home for needed repairs right T :.

Mrs. Carrie Ingram. ing discharged from Camp Hol- day visiting in South Mrs. Leo Griffis with !Mann\ Jr., a few- days this week. Carl Jackson. now We hate all the quality materials: 'I. ;
Mr., and Mrs Ed Myers of llbird. Baltimore, 101<1. Mr. They enjoyed a picnic of dishes at their regular Mrs. Jimmy Phillips wan visitingher Mrs Mamie Johns hilt l as her .

Denver Colo are the house Tnomas expects; to go In the old Hutto home in Wednesday of last mother Orlando from Friday weekend' gust her brother A.V.. you'll need so there! no need to put off .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. business with his father at the Mrs. Wells who has been All of Mrs. Grlffls' throughVl'dnpsday.. Sweat a retired Jufkaonvllle i

Miller for several weeks. B. T. Thomas. Pole and Lumber In Oxford since Thursday were broken when her Mrs Earl Johnson and sons, policeman. I repairs! Stop in this' week for friendly
Mrs. Irma Whitsett of Tampa' Co. blown off Its blocks
ed to Starke with her was
Holt and Jimmy and Mrs. Lewis Mrs. Effie Johns ant) per sisters assistance home fix-up needdgTARK& !
waa a Saturday guest of Mr. and recent wind in on your
those funeral Mrs J. E. Smith and a storm
Among attending
and Robert and Mrs.
Kennedy sons, Carrie Smith and Mrs.
Mrs. J. C. Wynn. services for Mrs. Ollie Rhoden ter Diana Mrs. F. W. Boatdraln[ section.
Danny of Metter Ga., returned Mena McCnltt'hpnn.1"<1 niece!,
Oak Grove Primitive Baptist of Palatka and Mrs. J. Wylie Tlll.M of Pahokee home after spending last week on Mrs J. J. Gross, all of Jacksonville

t h W, 1 fE/Pilt Church, Macclenny Monday afternoon Sr., of Shubuta. Miss., Mr and Mrs. Lawrence' Klngsley Lake at the Week's cot- spent taut Sunday With the .

UNICA were Mr. and Mrs. Corley weekend in St. of Wauchula were guests tage. They were joined by their Misses Eul, Kiln and 1'11111Nor-
OMM Johns and :Mr. and Mra. JohnnyW. Jean and Glen and Mrs. J. F. Jaudon husbands, Dr. Lewis Kennedy and .

( "foDEAD 1 ? Barden.- Mrs. Rhoden was a Wayne and Bobby Sapp Sunday through Tues Earl Johnson over the weekend. man.Mr.: and Mrs A. JV...lmt>r of

sister of Mr. Johns went tonsllectomya at The Jaudons and their i Mrs. A Z. Adkins returned Raton Rouge La, were Clients .of C
Mrs Elizabeth Smith of Blad- hospital last Friday. attended the Merch-
REVIVAL Toy Tuesday from Norfolk, Va., where Mr and Mrs. James Jordan last : !
.,. enboro. N. C., arrived Thursdayto Mrs. C. S. Partin and Show of the Western "' S.A.L. DEPOT .
she had been visiting! her son-in-[ week. While here on their honey m (7JtllaaG4SW'
[ ten ter, are visiting Mrs. Co., ITv the Roosevelt
spend days with Miss Hotel
law and Dr. and Mrs.B. toMarlneland
moon they enjoyed a Vfilt
SUN. JUNE 5, 7:30 P. M.
mother. Mrs. M. Sweat,
Ann .
Peggy Wiggins.Mrs. on Monday. A. Pope for the past three St. Augustine/ the 1.611 '6' .." ., ..a
UNDER BIG TENT W. E. Thornton visited vllle this week. J. W. Jones and daughter
State Prison and Silver Springs/
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Mrs. Martha T. of Waycross Ga? are spend- I -
High School Grounds-Starke and Mrs. Hubert Bronson In tained the kindergarten this week with Mrs. Jones'!
Orange Park over the weekend. at a social gathering Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Quick I ,
ee e.e
L. G. Edwards and C. M. Williams )- Ing! at her home on &

APPLIANCES of Jacksonville were Sun- Lake.Mr. Francis Ray was In Miami ---r-1fi-----

days guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. and Mrs. N. D. Wednesday through Sunday

Cumimrrrlmt O-,sa.. le H. Smith. wright Jr., were guests the Medical Technician C

-Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott spenta W. M. Wainwright In In the Robert Clay
SALESSERVICEKEYSTONE few days this week In DeLand hassee the past 'two --

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mrs. T. Clifford Madge Brownlee ]left Mon \WU the Junior Woman's Club Levy county last Sunday .1 Prescript.

Glatzau and In Orlando visiting. spending ten days Washington D. C., :where players whipped the Bloomer Girlsto Dogs beware! You're supposed to Helped fill your
friends.' brother-in-law and will be a bridesmaid in the the tune of 16-5/ at the softball be wearing! your new ]00| tags

SERVICE. Inc. Mrs. Tom Harding and son, and Mrs. R. J. Davies Stith-Vlola Cook wedding game Monday night before a big now available at the city hall

Hardware. ..l....>_fmlmtmKKYSTO.NF Tommy are visiting Mrs. Har- Springs Ark. Saturday evening. Miss crowd of fans Adding to the

) IIBKIHTR, FLA. dlng's daughter Alice June, in Mrs. J. E. Toney of who will be In the general merriment of the evening. e

Pk.B. Atlanta, Ga., for ten days. Miss Ml a.,. Is leaving next for a month will visit her Ruby Johns lent her bloomers be- >\r.
L. V. Wllllaa.. a..r.U.. Harding Is connected with West Washington, D. C., afteV! Mrs. M. C. Stith In Wash tween 3rd base and home plate! little black book for this time a '

ern Union in Atlanta.ALVAREZ' Ing two weeks with her and Miss Mary Brownlee Louise Kite fielder was aim- So ]long See )you In the _
ter: Mrs. J. E. Smith Md. Ing the ball to the 2nd basemanbut next .
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-- - -- --- -- ley Lake.L. and Mrs. Leaton Morgan, the ball went In the opposite

Men's Clothing S. Hutto spent of Ocala spent the weekend direction hitting! the 3rd baseman! e- Carolyn
H STORE ; I end with the P. S. Mr. and Mrs Leaton Morgan, Marion Faulk ran to 3rd baseon yam" J 1'
Establish' 1894 f I
Savannah, Ga.11O'BL1. I a single Instead of to 1st base, Former Advertising f\
and In the pitcher's battle Soootle
r.' Buys
Duke fanned veteran Nina Bishop

Some fun eh kid? Farm Near Lawtey

e e Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J M Recreation Pool Room
The II & IV "iMTH-flt for te..nalte
voy, who/ have bought/ the Charlie
dinner being given
Dlnklns farm on U. 3 :9 .6IfII'9{ tI"/ ... ..._.. ...... __... Saturday night June 4, at St.Rdward'a a mile north of LawtAy., are a-
BEER BILLIARDSFREE r14Z"I # recreation dub Is some
7 (
the Interesting 'newcomers
mong :
should attend'
thing everyone or \-b
to Bradford
donate to Fund raised will County.
.PARKING SPACE go toward. gym and playground Before coming to Mrfidu Mr. \ \

IN REAR :;c'WAYS 49"K. x equipment for teen agers McQarvey was an Advertising
/ The Club will serve a delirious. agency executive with, t1.? B Tyson

208 E. Call St.. Starke. Fla. /JcH ; -f ) also three-course having dinner a sale and of 50c they mar are York.&Mrs.Co.,Garvey Park AvjrUn was formerly, New I

chadlse donated by members, at employed as city buttcrUiloftltt, In t .

.' : Hart's Store, proceeds. to go for Euxt Orange, N. J. t1J1JH1N I

the same purpose I saw The McQarveya hmo brrn In ,
some of the donations to be sold their new home .iboiit thrAll
Every Branch of I
for half a buck and they're really months and plan n /l'nt\1/ farming -
will fit ic
INSURANCEH. plus. N.me the your many below.plans All the surely moneysaving cute and well worth more money program with some Ilv" lnl'k. you bring a prescription t. UI lo .b.. fitted., em pnormodil ,

by cash: buyers areours The farm Is pnmprMeJ of BO\()
specials or e \ the bat el the world' mourn* for the .hick. -
n _ __. >' as well. acres, with 30 ncic In cultiva upon .
GlaJya< C'anma'. chlllun still '
Maw These Chart ) YMYour are Lion Ingredients whkh ore iklllfully teepewndsd. .Into. your
chuckling over: the "wllrl goose
credit : : either plan speeds the
& "
purchase. chnse" she took 'em on the other madld-M. Perhaps ton. trtouiand people have helped I I. gather prow

C. WALL AGENCY Saves carrying dRY Seems they were going "I
Helps you ," for other stores.e to Jacksonville and I Gladys I I t.* and purify the drag* that come from all over the globe ttomblned lie

PLEASE PHONE 146 Places you on for advance announcements thought she would try a new '
our pharmacist I. exactly fit your *. <)*.
of special scenic route, assuring the family by
Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- Maintains. foe record of purchases: andpayments. that she had been that way many MOKOH! AMHrilONV.: i'O.HH p

times before and knew It perfectly W. ADAMH! "ST.' II

Hear she. made the JAC'KMON\ILLK: 2. "'.A. I KOCH DRUG STORE J
-- -- fatal mistake however of turnIng .. : + !} !:

FARM SUPPLY to the right beyond Camp .! ,FOB ALL MAKES. (
Blending Instead of to the It.rt,1 j
and all admiring 1 "--1 ,_______.__ ______________________-, 1"4
-- I they were so busy -- ------ - - -
the scenery of the new road III'H'r: TRIPLE ACTION
, MARKET: Auction sal each Wed l portebl.e..e.i up Chan.I1 : en srrrSsrfls-' I" 6 ., I ii that they dldn t realize they were j I
4 Owned operand l,>y J. I>. Oduni. HhftpheM Kadloa Moat CovvrH i off the route until they arrived at Jr.. Ph. SIOM. llva Oik.. Kla. 4.1 Court & Mndlnon St. trI1 Keystone Heights! Jas t

FOR "DALE CUBA: I Franklin, I .uimt* \\..KI....... mm.i.i\..u I0 I e .V 2 ((Ile, ::1 i (?jt.. i (it.. 6 qt.(l(

automatlc lane cuai-burnlnir-draft wood circulation hater; ::1-, 4Jt CI-'...."-"cll.| A fluniVNln n 11 !; THEATRE fliifH Ruby John thinks she I Charge It '
hf..lcr. Hoth In "Road, condition. .t.llril A rrihNlrnlIkhon STARKE Is having a run of bad luck: at special prices
Bradford County Telegraph. K j. .\13. BI or itiKirMaaclcnny Write. tot: I've already told you about her II

ATTUAl'TIVK KUKVIt-HKU( Clop In. *J.I unfurnlnhfd ,-. Flit J-4tflyr mishap In the Bloomer Girl game I Nothing N littler than homemade Ice 'ream :

able All aptn.oonv nl.nr.n. Apply It SELL YOUR TIM EU : ..,' ., Wed. June 7, 8 then Tuesday night a mo a- i l/SE OUR Ill 1)ifT. PLAN in the plod" !! ole Summertime: !
Madison limb
Colonial Inn. 8I>1 W. draped oak the size of a
Saturday June
1)0I"lU.: FKXTI'KF.
& bath 'a'1' NOW full grown tree got heavy with
KOll RENT: m.
Furn. Hot water Alito trailerapace. Highest Cash Prices Paid r rain water and fell on the back PLATFORM )IXMHU.K( : SI/i': 'The Famous "SKRTA"IIOMK : t tI
Plnehurit Cabins, Mt. 100. LA M I M u emMi>ls of her i
eat completelycrushing f
I'h. 17-rt-t-l Up WILL miY IN RULK / ( : : COMFORTINNERSPRING:
CLARK GABLE In the roof and otherwise, '
FOR MAL.K: I or 1000 rcnr poets. I I Coil SpringsHI
All heart r\fp':\ ..... M..e 1J.: 'Imwl I g Q damaging the rear end of the ROCKERS
"!'. mark, it 6-10 I """ flNNU MacDONALD I If IiNl house And speaking of the
Frill SALE 1.nts 6, p. 10 In Hlk. 11.TrnpIn .. Bloomer Girls last week we Inadvertently
Addition ror Walnut *. Or John W. Turner .\ SPENCER TRACY left out the name of MATTRESSES

10th .In o r>.A.Orc H..n.Own dmr.pnp.ty.L..r"n tan be, P. O. Box; 463 "HUTCH MINDS i one of their most Important play I ,,
rontitctrd at A. day'a tI..rvlc- SU't -I Gainesville. Fla. ers Margaret Miller *.. She dida l lut1 .
nn. tp 11-2 \\lth Bruce k C'r :
right good job of pitching Mon.
FOR 8AI-.R-' 4-rm hoil. about 1arr. -I Send me a postcard and I Plus Cartoon "Old i day night, too We'll try not I .It.
each land.or tarma.Mht *P.'a.er.<>. bOX H.tll..rk. will come see you. Chair Tom" & Chap. to let It happen again :
lip 1-2 .
Fla. I
1PILN. ial "Frank & Jessie!
I .
KPT KKFOHH: I''lOO P.M. Hear Betty Iliinli-tto the '
i f...J4DW AT turn P. "M. w*'tr ie.U. won rr iW1
On The Ifalifax River U UIM :H'I! CIKT minr. tr ,coveted jack pot prize of a chest rim 61 1 !

At Ormond (Daytona) Sun. .Mon.\ June ) of silver at the St. Edward's KDurable 16 5 0 I
ThaMagnolia FOR REST: pm. store "14. near
him .eta ftrnool, on hlway." J T. Preferred" bingo party Saturday night .
Qul,.l..r, Stark., fl"'... 4-Utf See the Campbell Accounting
Oaks Ole H..var4 for return ot1..tly'. 1'.' THE Hruce & Crawford Service Virginia Ingram, secretary $29.95

I 'low.' sold> .lost. ulovA Wed. watch" A.M I Iwlthomiand hrtwe.nSlump's I 8io<; S / Plus Latest News has moved Ita offices from

LARGE .4k Star. 'Htor. PI....* return the Charley Johns Bldg.. to the upstairs -
SINGLE of DOUBLE ROOM to Bradford County Trlt. M spare over Sntzer's Assorted! (Color SNACK t
FURNISHEDAPABTMEJUTS nraph. lip c tECHNKOWA .. Fri. June 9, 10 The Uuldon Grill Is closed this

WANTEDlfou..vkeurr. to .k..p.I IMI'lll.K FKATI'KKSftCTACllI week for repairs! new fixtures $29.95 TABLES BOX SPRINGS
WEEK house A par for elrk. ..lrl.rlvladjr. I and] remodeling Going to make
BY DAY OR k Fvrmanenthomo ACTION ,
Ph. 2-1949 407 N. Beach St. tt'i: :.. Walnut Ht.I 4 T71A this block right nice looking what To Match 29.95 "
"...k.. --
Itp with Barksdale's nice store
Ormond. F1a. Near : new You would think they were $1.95Natural 1
Daytonae also .
NOTIfR am l..avlnatown "..t. "'I \ nearing readiness See
_.F: H" b F: lit 111 ai.a".7": .. I.. Pt. I will approrlnt. It If th i." yNf Leonard Smith clerking at Western $ 10 chairs. Buy oh'' now
.Yr/Rrn. fICK'p aRr4AHOECk. ow m monr will pay me be. Auto while
.n for
4' Oil, ( for that time ao I ran pay those JUNEALLY5W waiting Finish We have several used
: !
.. UTAHKIO. I ewe r.ror* I I lee..... J. \\. H"h. forestry assignment His one while they are gelling at
FOR HALF Boat tr.'."r worth' I In.n..U CYpreee Ht UpM PERKY I COMO of the M9!>> graduates at the U of F
; A handy piece of furniture living room suits! See
.2111. Will. taka1J < MJ1Oasaatt. ltp >!RTIlKht red xpottd putt unmarkvtl. Y;' JUWCMIANDGENEKEUY err $29.95: and enjoy the rest
Hhotild. h"". pi.' AboutJ .. *
WANTED: unaltaoli.I of the summer to have around. if you would like' one..
oak near Htat Farm papturi 1 Uelormt aV Norbert Sly mem k .
SSJJrrl.T-lA "wSlft Notify P. I>. Reddish for reward
.sl. CsII I ,.
4if N :t..r't". ; >: 430.10 IIPWRLI. and their uncles Jim & Joe Mr
at MICKEY ROONEYANNSOD1EEN Brhott.: got a boat load of Spanish IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
b.trm. kltrben' ?. : riHII.LTNO 1\1-Inrh. IHInrh. 1' fa..t.e..dlY.dllOApElfaf.f a.r.
FOR RBNTfnrn....rch ..ml-.t. bath.! A 2>nrh walla.... Prices ranAnahl Yta1Nemllf mackerel an' speckled trout off
p Bt It" .. Wnt. .r or no pay John Cedar Keys last weekend and
......,1. Jr.. Re. I, box HH.Htark .
were seen passln"em out to their Co.PHONE
WANTED: TO RFVTFit:: ;nP or "" 11""'" p.10> PLI'H Denmark Furniture
turn houM nolsl0e* c'I"' ...n. t.rm friends along Call Street .
Box '41. ....rk.. Up8II' FOR PALKrm.: h .u w> on doable Plus Latest World "The Prarie"
orrupancr li.t. Tar siaraaall In fir"t cla..acondition Hear that Dub Rhoden finally
Farmall '. on Cash or I broke the Ice after 10 unsuccessful STARKE.. FLA.
ALK. 't"r..7"'i '
FOR : rv"r 151
dl.e.Inl.d.till See n James.wly P o....t..r..'..... p.:1r: box trm 1ST. Call Pt.at rh", Fla.: mt lip of. l'' Short. "Spirit, of Baxter & Albert ."I trips and caught 14 black bass In 6' 1_____'_____." ,______, I.' V V 1161 I




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Stark, Fla.
---------------oQ> sharp thrust It's a bittersweet your gold.is
I / e earned the
6J of a ship's bow right; to "crow" if you thing this starting the educationyou
And wishwl rolls up twin ribbonsof ,
[Keep looking' / I f white water. like and you have our a new phase of life. i
.. vc just
".......,..,,- ing you Push up that whitewater sincerest applause and Our sincere best
UtilI and .. *admiration. wishes completed.J949J.
': cl:! ss cr4= to"A I good you're mafe- o\ ',' So ff3: !
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Phone 135 Starke, Fla.

:::7 A clear
head, keen !
'I T"longratulations-
\ision and | !

:all. persevereante t W' I i iI

are CLASS I I :
vital signposts as lOU\ start jour r OF :

journey into the ,,'orkaday'Orld.\\ :r 1949 H E

S "
And STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY Temple A\e. Starke!, Fla. HomeTown

Oun fo with
4 you as you seek W2:+:'RE PULLING FOR YOU
I tv I k (areith.. Y.i, our very bait wi.ht for your loncj-Utr.
9 whatever foals you Ing happiness and lucc.is in whatever life
I you choota. You have the courage", of youth
sF -and your diploma You can maka that an
4 your hearts de Jik all the 'aySTARKE unbeatable formula for attainment. And if
you aver naad our help ifi your for tile
"tire./ asling.DENMARK",.
9 : ;' "'"
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OF 1949 I

... Smart Shoppe BOTTLING Co.I II I Starke, Fla.great.

lb LUCK? I
You're out'in I
You make your own. o!.___,_,_ _. ,______ .... .____ ____ __________..

@ We hope you get into front. .MTi..A1hM kyle j
mass productio :soon. muhCLASS ., : 1
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41' ,'>>"""m',;",[,,,","iII'!..!."".,,,'!.'. .,I"ill",;, ,ijW!"" ,' Stay there. .. ,I .
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JL I I llilh.I! !!;'"!914!!!!.;!!."',!.!, r .:."..... :J J.t:,.. ,-" .
Rita: ? I rl'iN iJi.h ,
I I OF i ,',. ,
1949 TBERADA .IfI If-'!.""', '. ,
Starkr" 1-1*.

Andrews I 194q ..,.:.i:. YOUR

I DOUR (;I\\ou\() I
r .. record as a class speaks
FI'.EEHOM\ ( () for itself. Your home .
TO() FOllOW)
'tOLlltOWN town is proud of you.

oz .rr .1 CHOSEN

I. counsL ..,.
:I ; ..
GRADS 49I I /4Q 't.It' I ? We are glad "

f ...' to join in the
Harley F F. StrongJEIVELEIt ,. ". .

_ ...And may VM rtNS I. chorus of well wishes .

CONSIDER I '.:" for the personal sue
your future THIS A ""
MOTHERS! Rt fitter The .1:' cess of each.of you.
PRIVATE CALL raw Baby For Valuable. 'I f i'.':", ', {.. ,
'j .
fulfill Gift At Our Store I \ '
your crevery TO SAYSETZER'S I /;" I, _
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f : : itf"WELL DONE" ) I ,,, ,
'! wish.I .. N''' ,- tt/dAlt4' I ...
: V WEAR "'.
% Enl''tla.lac f.r tile Ck6dFrom y. HARMON P. MORGAN r
Btrtrt.IS Vettn OM

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PleaM Phone 146 Starke Fla. 30* E. CM1 Stark.. J .. .... .. .. 1 "'-- .. .. .. .. ..._ ... .. .....



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Mrs .J. W. McIntosh will be the Church
speaker. She will use as her Presbyterian Daniels Revival Will Be LaunchedIn I II II
theme "Lift Up the Son of God Morning Worship 11:00: O'clock.
Within You. The sermon will present another I e : J
: lilT "e BALL
The MYF will meet at 7 p. m. great character of Bible times, Big Tent Here SundayThe .ti
Mrs. Hogan Smith will be host- whose life brought enrichment to ,," ,
ess for the Friendship Hoilr, many in his own day and also in largest revival efforts ever 'EOfPLIfEfl15[ ..,....'
Mid-week prayer service on our day to be attempted In Bradford ..--_. )
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Sunday School at 9.tA: : M. County will be launched Sunday., .-: .
Spiritual Life Group prayer One fine fellow of my acquaintance June 5. at 7:45: p. m. under the ,
Baptist ChurchAttend Methodist ChurchL. service o'clock. on Tuesday morning at 9 not a member of our school, Big: Tent on the high school I1
told me he "likes Sunday School grounds.
church of choice In the F. Chapman Superintendentof Come and worship with us because our teachers' feIIIS a- Dr. IS. J, Daniels, prominent ..KLM .
morning but on Sunday night a the State Farm, :will be the bout God and Jesus and how to Southern BnptUt evangelist and w
cordial Invitation Is extended to guest speaker at the 11 o'clock At The TabernacleThe live a Jl'QI11fe". Think) this over his party will arrive Saturday to
all to join the crowds at the Big I hour Sunday morning. He will and then If you do( not go to Sun begin their revival ministry under I
Tent on the High School grounds.Dr ..use as his subject '"The Bells of freshness ot the Chapel and day School, go to-day and help the sponsorship of the 1949 GRADS
E. J. Daniels will fly in from Methodism". C. S. Partin will the fragrance of the flowers! others to find their way Into some churches of the New River Baptist ;
Toronto, Canada Saturday night preside and Introduce the speaker. I gifts of friends made a delightful Sunday School. We' invite men Association.
and open his messages by speakIng Sunday evening 'at the 8 o'clock setting for the splendid message and women and children to join A large bus load of equipmentwill 1
at the morning service at the hour the Young Adults will have I brought by the Sponsor at us In the study of God's word. be used to make the gospel.

First Baptist Starke, at 11 o'clock. charge of the service. Jim Kltch the Tabernacle Sunday morningon / Junior Fellowship will begin effective and attractive, accord- 0 what right $ .
Hla will be "Go Thy Way', A spiritual is ,} Groove your
subject "Why Starke will preside and lead the singing.new at 8:30: with a devotional Ing to an announcement by Dr .
Needs a Revival." vocal number: "God's Will li Roland Stoker. All who haveattt'nded" v
The choir will be directed by building will\ care for an at. Best", with violin obligate, accentuated service. These Juniors Invite these meetings agree stay on the road swing and
Mrs. Lucille Green with Mrs. tendance of 500 With a Pastor's the Theme. The evening: parents and friends to attend thai they have never witnessed .e.ei
Mona Canova at the organ. office and Secretary's office. Topic was from the Book of this Sunday evening. Through the anything like It before, Dr.
All Sunday School Classes Training Unions will also meet Kings on: "Spiritual Famine" or courtesy of the State Forestry department Stoker stiites. and we'll II promise not to wait out the good
move In the new building at 6:15: under "Hunting for Grass", and again a moving picture of ltc\l\al I That I* Different i
Into the new Building this Sun the direction of Mrs. Ruth Morse. there was a message In song: scenes In Florida will be shown. "This revival will bo definitely about ones. Good luck all
day at 0:45.: The building Is not I A friendly welcome awaits all who "God's Way Is The Best Way". No admittance will b. charged different from any of the so-vall- worry you.WESTERN
yet completed but is ready for oc I worship! during any of the above The addition of the musical saw Younger children should be' accompanied I etl revivals of our day," Dr
cupancy. Accommodations in the services."WHO'S to the Instruments used lends a by an adult. Stoker says. "There will be no I.
soulful air. high pressure appeals! for money, along Leader' -JU. :
By way of variety the young HAMPTON: BAPTISTS and no 'clap trap' of any kind bases. I
people! had In addition to their PLAY HOMECOMING: : used. The. Gospel Is preached I
YOUR FAVORITE STAR?" regular service Saturday night, a 'All lormer members and pastors and the results left to the Holy
chalk talk by the Sponsor, and an are Invited to attend Home Spirit\
S Will .be the subject of Pastor Bob Gray'ssermon
illustrated Bible Drill by Mrs. coming at the. Hampton Baptist "You will find Dr. Daniel's inr WINKLER
Sunday night at 8 o'clock. Thornquest. Surprises are being 'Church on Sunday, June S. Din- messages dynamic Interestingand

11:00: A.ltf\ : "The Reputation of a Church"In I planned for Saturday next and'a ner will be served on the groundsat spirit-filled," Dr. Stoker con- WT" AUTO ELECTRIC
good and profitable time antic 12 noon. Everybody welcome. tinued. "He believes and preachesthe
( keeping with our Homecoming observance, wo will havedinner
ipated. I old-time Gospel simply and ? ,
on the grounds. after the morning ..en Ice.) Tuesday evening, June 14, Is be.I CIIURCI NOTICE yet forcefully. ASSOCIATE. STORE SERVICE

Bible School at 10 A. M. ll.T.U. at 7 P. !M. I ing anticipated with pleasure. The The Latter-Day Saints will hold I "Another unique feature of this
'King's Carolers, a Girl's Trio services In the USO building on revival will be the showing of
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton from Asbury College, will be pres. Temple Avenue Sunday, June 5, ,Gospel films each night, dramatizing ." .. ...".. ,
ent for one service only and from for the purpose or organizing a I some great Bible story.
the sample had from Asbury last branch church in Starke. Several They are not ordinary. religious CONGRATULATIONSGRADUATES
year all are looking forward to an elders from Jacksonville will be I pictures, but the best produced,"
(Don't fall to hear Dr. E. J. Daniels at every opportunity lie la .
evening of deUght.Christian the principal speakers and a cor- Dr. Stoker said. OF 1949 !
one of the. great prejU'hcri! of our time.)
dial Invitation Is extended to all. "Lowell Lolatner, fine gospel

ChurchBible soloist will direct a large choir May every success and happiness
CONGREGATIONAL and lead the congregation In
School 10 a.m. Classesfor METHODIST CHVRCII singing the bongs you know and be yours in the future.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev. all ages.Theme Services every first and third love," Dr. Stoker said. lie Is

Lewis D. Ilalnes. Pastor of morning sermon: Saturday night Sunday morningand a soloist with six\ years experience THE GUIDON GRILL
"Christ's Great Commission and 11 and
Sunday night a.m. on the radio. For one year
Command" a Children's Day 8 at Congregational Metho.
p.m. he has been broadcasting 'Mes (:eo. KopelnuMos
"In The Heart of Town And In The Hearts program. Evening sermon: 'Bel- dls Church on Brownlee Road.- sages In Melody' over WVOK:, MARTIN "iJW\lUJ

of The People" shazzar's Farewell Party". Rev. Ernest Grlffts, pastor. Birmingham, Ala. and also hasa I'Ul.TlNt Band I.'ad'r ,, ", .,,,
,,, Tuesday, 7:30: p.m. Official daily broadcast originating in
Board meeting. CHURCH OF GOD (tho studios of WBRC, the world's .!'o._.._._._.__._____.___.____ ...
A Southern Baptist Church For All People
Tuesday, 3 p.m. Woman's Coun Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor strongest station with a networkof CATHOLIC) CHURCH
cil meeting at the church 8th &: St. Clair Sta. 22 stations. Choirs of the Sunday Mass 10 a.m. r rt rI
Morning Worship- 11:00: Happy Hour 8:00: Sunday School 11 a.m.
Tuesday night: Training for Sunday School 10 a.m. churches are Invited especiallyto I
Sunday 810019:13] Training Union--4:43 Service Class.Wednesday. Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. support the singer each night Week Day Mass 8:30: a m.

Midweek Service \"PCll1e"l1ay, 8:00 t*. M. night: Prayer Meet. Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m. and bring other singers" Dr dayBible
ing and Bible Study. Y. P. E Sea vice Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Stoker said.Martin Study Is every Wednesday
Friday, 3:30: p.m. Children's Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m.l'F.NTECOSTAL Edwards at 7:43IIK.U1IKY:
pianist and
Dr. E. J. Daniels: "Why Starke Needs A Revival" Hour band leader with the revival A ritOIKCTYOUR ':
Worship Sunday night, and each night, in RIG TENT! CHVRCII OF CHRIST 10th St. and Temple Are. party has been playing the piano Boils: WITH
since ho was four old and
years TIIR NK.W:
Bible School 10 School 9:45 MornIng
a.m. Sunday Sunday : a. m.:
has had ten years of radio work.
Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday Worship 11 a. m.: Evangelistic SUNMASTER'ALL
"Visit The Churcb With The Visiting. Pastor" Evening Service 7:43: p.m. Sun Services 7:00 p. m. Everyoneweloomo. He was organist for Youth for
day. Christ In New York State's Hud- ALUMINUM
son Valley for one year and wan I
band Instructor In Blair. high AWNINGS:
FllhlE': ''
school In Nebraska/ for two years.
Besides the piano, he plays a & INSTALLATION.
a -
number of other musical instruments
"It Is hoped to have a band
floe %t.'I Shirk" ,, Via.'
during the revival," Dr. Stoker ..._._______.__.__._._.____._,__. ,
said, "and every young person M.
urged to bring his musical instrument -
and play it.
"No person In Bradford County .
BUILDER OF THEo or within driving distance of
Starke can afford to miss. these
great spiritual messages. In song
NATION'S GREATEST and sermon," Dr. Stoker added.,
"Although this campaign Is sponsored .
by tho HitptlHts, the Invitation -
TRUCK VALUES Is to whosoever will may I

come, regardless of faith or creed
-- come to tho feast."

iiriuir OK jKsrs nmisrOr
MtDIUM-DUTY. Dl IUXI'" STAKI* Sunday School at USO Bldg.
.. ...... ...._ .. ?
Mod l 3609-11S'/4-Inch w / G.V.W.3,800 lb.0. at 10 A M. Sunday
.wi.b ovottabt vp to 161-lmh w/iw/bo./ / and 16,000 lb. G.V.W. .
all.Cordial Invitation extended to YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK

Do Thl
There's a Chevrolet truck for every delivery or KNOW
hauling Job with capacities from 4,0001bs0 IJACK AaAIN !
What is Happtfilnei
& on

to 16,000 Ibs. Gross Vehicle Weight. [HI! >//V TTHtl Out' ) WH>lr SETZER'S COFFEE IN TIN, pound - 41 cPOND'S


t SUN., JUNE 5. 7:30: 1'. M.
If what you want is the truck that will deliver the UNDER BIG TENT 200X TISSUE, per box - - ISc

IWHT-DUTT PlCIC-UP most for the money-then what you want is a High Sihool ttronniH,-"Ntarkn
Mod 3'041'.I"dt I ; "hee/bo.!( Maximum G.V.W. 4,600 Ib./ Clhtr
.....,. ovolloblt// 3604-nS'A-lnch: vfm'boM' Maximum, G.V.W. Chevrolet truck. If what you want is sterling quality !
: w/w./toi/ ., Maximum Ib. AER-O..WAX Pint 23c
$,IOOlb, 3804-137-ftK G.V.W. 6,700 can - - - -
outstanding I load capacity and performancewith I! I II ,
power plus economy-then you're dead rightin t f f r
g I National CORNED BEEF 12 35c
oz. can - -
[ choosing a Chevrolet truck. And if you want ,

all these advantages at lowest cost, you definitelywant
Swift Jewel SHORTENING 3 lb. 49c
pkg. - -
or : Chevrolet, for only Chevrolet trucks have SWAY ,

I'-' THRIFT-lower cost operation and upkeepand I

__ ._ the lowest list prices in the entire truck Meld! Bennett's SALAD DRESSING: pint, 23c; quart, 45cSETZER'S

A4 Alto....".",..In Afectom-Dufx"oM 3IOJ-'137-mJi vfottbaw, Model 3942-'137-mc* """ ..,,,,,..,
Maximum G.VW.6,7001b. Maximum G.V.W. 10,000 Ib. Mtoovailablo ffla,4
to IeI 3742 IJS1%.
.O< -
indt "".AMfboM, MoiJim/m G.V.W. Government Graded California (lard Head

l boom 7,000. Wtobfe Ib./ faciaa.for mounting Dell....,off typo Hoe STEAK or ROAST, lb. 39 LETTUCE, 2 for 19eIlriskel

fonront-Conlnl Chctti, i.on wppMby //
manfwpvfobl" manufocfurwr.D. May alt that .
Number I ,

Dame: Fortune hat STEW BEEF, lb. 25 OKRA, lb. 221L

for you be only Yellow (;.a.
Boston luU Style

L' I y Pork Chops or Roast, lb. 45 PLUMS, lb. 19c
... che best from her

\ l Country Style White
21c 3
Mo<+ 3 0.-137.M, -......, Mo.... G.V.W. _,'CO a. OrtW ; Smoked Sausage, lb. CABBAGE, lb. C
.)UM .ouifmmH.,.,...'of M rw c.". ...,. mroOablo up to fdl-K* .*..<..... ash t OOO ft. G.V.W. !house. '" I



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fine appetite enroute. A swim '-- 'Bill Passed Naming Bn T Over 100 Planes rr.rarleetaNa'Lfun ..ch 'all rirpult ( e. Bradford a Hulldlnw lax,
Beach on not
party at the Airpark w five ox.unodlnx Plorliliti In ( bnuvrrr.UorlH Klorlrfni In 4'kaeerry.Patrick .
Join Mass FlightTo Crystal Lake was enjoyed by quitea Chastain HighwayThe not ni .r. Than null flv. CUI.HCHHIV tier :annum. yearn tar ....<\* Adulr Plaintiff. v.... toil- J. Monahan Plaintiff, vn.Murlr .. .
PAm of the visitors and others hail t b. tevlwl and n..l!..<,t..fl th..r..- win. Marsh Aflulr" Jr? lfeii<:Iiint. K.: Murmliun, L>..f..ndant. Case
group rllr.. All Cane No. 7336. No. 7341.
Senate and House of Intemntvil p"r unH will
Keystone AirparkThe entered the contest events. Representatives |pleas.I bo present at Meld.. nmctlnw. 0..".. of >*"h Urn I.Inn Hud. Nolle* .<> Order nt Pabllrnllon. sedloll.. .. to
have passed a bill Introduced M l>. Harrell, 1 lpl>rur. .'1't I'SlM; I.Oil I 111 eel ,-pP_.. ",', 'J''I or F ..UUI.._ t.i
Statewldo Breakfast Flight Four eventa were held tinder ,1 by State Senator Charley Clmlrmnii at said U..arll.1 1 IMwIn. March Adulr. Jr,. whose reeIdxnv .- Merle. K:. Monahan. whose. r..*/ldtnrtiIK
of the l l In 310 Court St, Oourtlanrt 97 Park Itotv, Walllneton, New
the rules Judijenhlp; E. Johns to .
located be It
to Keystone Airpark, name State Road 18, : Altai t ntenlp. I FurlMiimuin, VliKlnla: Jersey:
I twrrn Starke and l KeystoneHeights Jacksonville Aero Club The first from Hampton to Theres Ia1. the In flrrnlt. (.tare: : llrn.ir.inl CunnO You are" r..'| deed. ti" appear on You art required to appear on
laat Sunday. May 29 developed event was a Bpot landing contest -ya'4 o, "Tom Chastain Highway". Klurlilui In ( kanrrr r. July 4. t'llll.!) In the above named July 4, I IH1. In the ithDVo narncil.
0Ie .1 IIIIIHO, wherein plaintiff .
MHVHPI: l1 Hoxx. wh *ln
360( degree I'lnlnlirr VM Annie Court and raUHV < r plaintiff
I Into one of the largest and from lOM: ft with a / .tie. e. Mr. Chaataln who dli"' recently, I Laura. 1 ,
turn. This event was won by Bill TSdJiItrarr I of minor child' J-rmlfoid. C'ouiitvTelitraph Telegraph shall, publish. thin OrderIn
moat enjoyed mass flights ever was for years a member of the Khali. publish thin Order
.. .
I Jacksonville, with a of l .nhllfnll. and 'ntl.r. .1 n xt four weekly IKHUHVllniiii *
Floilda. Over 10O land Blackwood of ....... < In next four weekly IHMUVM.WItneHM .
held In Bradford .
I M4 County Board of County \10. Hrtin eM l-.i| 'litt t..i \ my hanil and officialpal
and waplanes participated\ In the distance of 141 ft. from the spot. I Commissioners Through his Annie, l.auiu Uuxx Who '" mdHine my hand, sal Milel1lwest ". at Htarks. KlnrUlii 1 thin. June
The Hec-ond event was also a spot all' IB Hauls I I. Hex lu, W..."....., ;Nurth l lIt mark, Florida, this May I. 19411OKPICIAk.
J7 lIMt.
KltRht.Th" alntance the hardsurfaclng of the CarolinaYou :
but from 2000 ft, with a ( REAL) A. J. Thomas,
landing AI.
V / A. 1. Tlmfna
aril ((01"10'11.1"1.01101. )
Breakfast Flight sued Meetwas road from Hampton to Theressa reiiulttMl to HPI)**)"!' (in
720 degree turn. This was won July.. I'14'J'! In the Kbuv niinifil An Cli-ik of nald Court A* Clerk of said Court
( suggested by the Officials of wall secured Court and LIIUH. wherein' plaintiff l hey Haven roaliy) n. C.Klenilntf. By Haven Crosby II' C '
by Bob Nnngle. also from Jack H*..kM llvnrcHi. llrnitfurd. ('ounty i JOIIOH, Hi.oH Ai ItottH, Tlar.nett .
the Jacksonville Aero Club and After panning the Senate the T.li"?...ra li shall Nallrme.1 .Hank. ilullilliiK, Jiukfnnviltp John J. 1f..I..on. Kmi St. AUK
sonville. The third event was l'I..ANEiI! ('UO\\'UF.U the runways at Kejntonn Airpark Sunday axH |> publish thin Older untln., Florida. .
made R. H bill In nwxt four .. Flurldx, I
arrangements were by was approved In the House weekly |I.HHII >H.
Manner of Bomb Dropping from 500 ft. The "( ,rtMiii'n pilot from all ports' of Florida Joined In a mass brcukfant the Wlttiep my hand end, .lfl..1. Ally. for Pit 6-3 4t 6-34 Atty. for Pit. a-3 4t s.u
Browning Airpark bombs used In those contests are upon recommendation. of Rep, seal at Hturks, Florida, May
the Keystone Airpark for a Statewide flight tu thin 1"'IIII"r| | renter on Crystal Luke Ixiwrr photo showN J. P. Roberts 97, 1X40! tljln
lacks of Hour
mnd out of small (OFKICIAt. 8KAL.) A. J. ,
Breakfast Flight to ptirtlcipate seaplanes moored at the water's edge, -- Tlminim.
released by hand from the respective t'nUfor latch N..ll<-..la l'entlwt'lurxsnrk. ,CroKbykI.r.' mild 1 I'oi.rt,
In the eventa. ., Ov Huviit C.
This event was Klorlilit
The weather in thin locality pLtneN /Pox//led bldn! will, Im received by Atty. r.ir rie. u-a u 6.54 with
Ruland of Daytona/ FFA
Bradford Commended
won by Jerry Chapter By thu l-oard' of t'ubllt- Inmrui-tlon of .
was good and from 8.30: to 11:00: Itradford -- --'- --- -- --- -
I Bench, with an accuracy of 21 ft. f'oiintv } a. m. ships from all over the State from thu target. Tile fourth and I State Officers At Banquet Here Friday urine He l I"ru.n tf, Kupurlnlenilent. In Stai. 'ke, b'lorUlh of J'uli-I. ,

of Florida, and some from Georgia I last event was Ribbon Cutting/ In up" til JO clock AM., KMT., VNedliendny -
arrived at the Airpark, ribbonretenned Commending, the Bradford Ing made an average of 9.2 In June M. lull, at whteli time"
thin event, SO ft of paper .
I I Future Farmers. of mill I VI ills nil bid* reeelveil will.,. GivtAmerica's
Breakfast was enjoyed! by the his FFA
III The shortest time progium. pillHi opened and' read aloinl' torturninhlnit
hungry pilots at the Airpark Cafe. from release to the second ruttingof America, for having achieved A bit of novelty win injected I all "materliilii sad labor' Greatest
ami tuiiHirui' 'tlnw nun
Many pilots ,were In the air .t the the ribbon by the airplane I many goals "seldom realized< bya into the program by Itlchard '" .melt* l.rnile Nehoul. forurir> ... Watch Value' :
chapter of this size t and ago", Miirkr, *" ..rll''".
break of dawn and developed aFLORIDA wins the event This requires considerable Howell, FFA member from Live
I Donald (lurch of Live Oak State Any bid received I after this Mpei.1fltMl -
skill and maneuveringThis Oak, who holds: the unofficial time., and:; ;date will. not b. t.onI'afll BULOVAd
I'reMident of the organization, .leI..r..f.
title of 'Stnto FFA HarmonicaI'luyei"
was won by J. L.
WitS one of the featured speakers Howell bill ii,net lie. accompanied. l
Daytona Beach. Young drew by a iH-rtiriril check or bid 1 IMIIH! 'in
at the Filth Annual Father 2ntluiHliifttlc the of five 1 Gl' 01..
applmiHu! for nil ren- amount per cent of the I
The trophies awarded! were gold;: bane. bid I .
301x' TNe i arid Son Banquet held In' dition of UH iruiiiantee that I thu bldd I
oppoRruWTVDRIVE cups consh ting of tha 'Duytona BUS cafeteria last Friday night. harmonica} numbers as ..r. If a awaidttd. I the. contract, will, R0 Aso yrt1. l r stnsILJL
well as his vocal versions of'Shartnin' vlthlll' ten conseruIIvs t'.h.h., riaynifter
Beach Cup", the "Lake City Cup"and Among the accomplishments Bread" nml, "There'sA written notice ,.I"te .vlven of r
the Keystone Airpark Cup". muh auard, eater Into u written I
enumerated by Burth was the Hole in the Bottom of th'j contra will the ...in.Ml. of i'ubllu 1 IGSS BI
t Thono trophies must bi won three tint' that. the Bradford Chapter Kru." selections Ineti'uttlou if lliiidfoid, ';",,ullly. :
times by the same contestant. has produced three state officesand Popular were Kli'lliln. In acLorduiue with, tlie' nc',III
nlso sung by Edward Masaey epled Mil and itlve a iontiatninety "
DAy JN t':. !:vtNE. 50A'DS Contests are held In different lo- one national officer duringthe \V. T. Loften, assistant teacher bond et I..r.'t..ry tu ...lIld1I..r 1 .
rations throughout, the State. six since It was first years trnlner with the AKrl.'ulturalDf per cent or thu eontrait.No '
BANKat The Judges were Arthur Stone, here lee.
organized p TEiL
at the University of "hl'lel..r I CHAIN STORE
operator at Craig Field. .Jackson- Guest of honor at the l may withdraw his bid
STARKE banquet Florida, was among the dim for u p.i lod of thirty days after I
yule Bill Lyons, operator at Her- was Doyle Conner of Starke National tlngulshed; guests at this event. tau date net for: the: open: there or any size store!

Member F.D.I.C.Flo. President of FFA and a In addition to of. #
Field Frank President Con,
long: All work Hhall 1 be done, I In I auunrilunie Ii
f1..mb1' National Group :past state! president and also a nero, other officers of the Chapter with piano, HpeflflrHtlilniianil .
J. L. Gresham
of CAA and I
i past president of the Bradford at the present time are: Rod contract dotunientH. relative ;c for lower maintenance, for fire safety' for structural beauty
and othersSubject theretovnlUi :
of Bench be
Daytona may MAXIM
Chapter In an address calculated ney Hall, Vice President; Carl at the nfflie of the rliiperlntemluntof I build it of CONCRETE BLOCKS. Its lower insurance rates and
to Inspire the younger members Edwards, Vernon !I'ulillo I nitti'iieilon, Maike, llurIda greater resale value make it a sound Investment.
Reporter; Cros ,. or nt the office of Hanfnrd. VV.
of tho group Conner stated by Treasurer; Clinton Norman, lloln, Aiihlleel. tlalneKVllle, Florida Phone ......... for complete details. We deliver

that any "Oreenhand" can Secretary; and Euston Norman, line .net of.. Muili,unit, flrllln plain* anil for contrll.t"ut'U."I. blildlnic' a; 4

achieve state and national recognition Sentinel. may lie Hecured 1 by Oeneral Con-
In the FFA la he Is wil- The banquet lrxrtore, from either of mild. office.I pr-- -
menu consisting .
depoelllnK therewith the
ling to put out the necessary of fried chicken and all the trim. len ImlliirH (lli)) in iiixh, or hum money CONCRITI ILOCKS .RICKS ',IAIIS

time and effort. mingle ,was order, vlmh deponlt will be ref und- FLOOR DRAIN AND ROOF Till
prepared under the Mil .
upon mibinlMMlon of
"' a bona llde ,
WM5 eIr '. Conner also gave an Interesting direction of Mrs, Tyler Jones bid anil return of mild. plane and RUDY.MIXED' CONCRETt AND CEMENT
lontrutt doLUinentH,. QUALITYHAS
In K od enRditmn
account of his 13,000) mile manager of the BHS cafeteria within
ten diiyii
after the
trip to the Hawaiian Islands and and was served by members of dite art. for olrrning the bhl... )/ NO SUBSTITUTE
additional, Hem. reiiueKted. for puTpineH MEETS ALL A. S.T.M. SPECIFICATIONS
stated that some of the out. the Future Homemakers club. other than the .
For Opening Night Of Revival Huhmlnxlon of
standing leaders In the Future a bid will I I i be furnlHlied,. .t the ailual GEM JEWELRY

Sunday June 5th, 7:30: 1'. M. Farmer the territories.organization are foundIn RJE Nine Wins r..ruII.I Hlildura cost .of uallfli.atlona dupllLiillon| / but niunt without be- Ai.iiis Building Supply Inc.

Two "Infill-lory to the Heard, nt t'libllo Only Authorized
These Perplexing Questions Answered H. E. Wood. State Advisor for GamesThe Florida liiHtrucilon of llradfoid County I liulova Dealer In 1036-1048 W. Main St., South
the FFA, praised the Bradfordunit
The Hoard of 1'ubllo Instruction 1
Q What In the soul? Where' does It IO at death l 1 as being recognized as "one RJE High School Clowns of Urnilford C'ounty i"i"rldx, re.serves Starke GAINESVILLE, FLORIDAP.O.

j. Do HIP dealt retain their Identity lx>),oml the grave? of tho best chapters In the state" smeared the Dunbar High Blue lii ChI right' to waive InformalIIIDH Box 62 Phone 217-218
bid '
any and to re jet't
Will we know each other? Will babies remain babies and pointed out that there are Devils by a score of 8-5 before a or all ""1.. any 1--- -'--
now 0,100 Future Farmers in large crowd here last Friday with The' fourcl nf fiiblle. InMlrne-
In heaven
? tlon of Hruilfdrcl County, Klorlda"y
126 In Florida. Clamp Cohen leading the route by '
A ("n wo communlrate with the dead chapters II. } Morgan. Hetivtaiy"
The driving home three runs 6-3 at tl-17 .
banquet was presided over
Do the deal know what IN happening ('al'lh1 The Clowns also &g$ Site
by Glenn Conner chapter president defeated Flora % 0 'r I <' K:
The address of welcomewas home 6-2 with Marvin Griffin The public will take notlee that
at the regular. meeting of the Uoardof
} Hear Revival Party On WKUF mado by Sebra Doyle Andrews walloping a double in the second I'onntv. omnilenlonern.. ir Iliail- WE LOWERED OUR PRICES-
and the response. In behalf Inning to clear the bases and start ford C'ounty, Florida on July 4. I

Sunday. A. M. of the fathers present was the downfall of the Bears. IIH'I ly !Jail, the will iiiiMKtlon be acted or erectlnif upon a by t-iiun-, the LET OTHERS FOLLOW, !

made by Frank Norman. The Coach Dubois and the Clowns

Over "Christ for the World" Broadcast3unutmiiiiminnuiiiiintiiiiimmniiniminiiiiiitiimiii banquet was preceded by an Invocation will play Shell. High School at
a $ ']' .nmt..,ilnimn| / "nmHiiniMnii' ''' ''llllll'INIWOIellllni'IIIINIUnranlep'IXNNIIIMIH'''''''' '''''''''''' ''' ,,, ,, ,, ,, offered by Rev. L. D. Hawthorne on May 28. All the
Ifalnes, and, guests .were Intro- boys Are ,, new players but have SEASONED LUMBERSHEATHING -
Hear these Stirring, Scriptural Sermons duced by V. R Ferguson Chap- been well seasoned by Coach Dubois

ter Advisor > and have lost only one game TO EASY STREET ?

By Evangelist E. J. DanielsMONDAY I In an impressive ceremony the during the season.

Chapter officers conferred an The lineup is as follows: Elijah oo

7:45: P. M.'WHAT honorary membership In the organization Lewis Ib; Paul Allen ss; Ralph 1 x 3 and 1 1x4 . . . !'" . . per 1 100
on Chas S. Partin, Mitchell p; James Jackson, cfi;

WOULD"' JESUS 1)0 IF HK CAME principal of BUS for his cooperation Marvin Griffin p; Jimmy Dene- :le FINE. [ -\MING

field c; Hamp Cohen, If Robert
and asslatanc-o: In FFA :
C Ql
, activities. Thomas 2b; Jesse Moore rf; and $
Harold Norman was awardeda Charles Jackson 3b. $ following dimensions S5000
Where would, Ifs stay? \\bat would lit do'? What -- -10002x4s,2x6s,2x8s,2x10s,2x12s.
::: : :
Savings Bond for his outstandIng ,
would II nay? Startling Film MliovvliiK MuldlvrHUV l/
record during the huv-
<'il. from >Jat).. will Im .hunn.rtual batllo W.C.T.U.' "
"('ens. who Bsslated. 535

These Informal Breakfast Meets PINE FLOORING ..' . ; . . per 1000
are not only much TilE PROHIBITIONISTS!I 8' A Y i :
TUESDAY: 'fU: I'. M. VERY SFECIAt.Dr. very enjoyedby "IIVTH OFF TOT II E PANT!

f ...._ the contestants and the public CRATING LUMBER $25 1,000 BD. FT. !
.. .- who observe, but help to demonstrate COTS OFF TO TilE FUTURE. per ,

the ,utility and safety of ((1"1..01&111.0)1) NEWS) All'other sizes from 1x2 to 6x6 at prices you cannot beat!

the small airplane. .
'. -.9 : J -- PICNICI1YOUR


Daniel will dbH'u,," world events. In the light Starling's Grocery PICNIC TABLES
. .
30 INCH 4 4 $22.50 AS LOW AS
of Bible *
I'rupheey Will another' World War tx>xlnMM 36 INCA---------- 275

>n?' What nations will bo Involved? \Mio will STARKE FLORIDA 42 INCH . . 32.75 $ UP '9
start It? What ARE SOME abort _-_ _
will be the 4>utci>nieT THERE .
cuts but they through
ATOMIC BOMB! WE RESERVE TilE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY51b8. bad neighborhoods and it's awfullj AT LEAST 50% LOWER THAN .

easy to get lost.

WEDNESDAY, 7:43: P. M. But there's one route that's good NEW! Motors Extra. --...... )

'''WIIATJOES COD 110 WITH HIS" CHILDREN Free SugarWith you nd want straight to go.and..Systematic leads right SavingHere's where:. I Special This Week! Metal For Structure 9fxl6 J"

one of the beat ways to get

It a ftatril man fulls Into nrv\l
peas to him' Dom God cast him out? Dot1 he Each $10 Grocery Order Your bank will sell you U. S. SavIngs FOUNTAIN 9.7S Gyp.LAP .

'"n,1 Mm to piirgttory D, n't inlmt this drumull/ixl Bonds either over the counter or 29c foot

.nl"'eIget: through the simple, automatic Bond -.- TOItETV: -- WALLBOARDUnHlmm

Month Plan. '

THURSDAY, 7:45 1'. M. LARD 48 lb. 6.95 If you choose the Bond-A-Month CELOTEX best 1"-, fLUSH INCLUDED VALVI 1. 2500..wws pr l

-now TO KNOW POSITIVELY WHETHER can - Plan it will bring you a bond every tes c.m". .d. .* SIL.OO per' M.

month charging: the cost to your 14" H.iekn.. .. . . 2H ft VIt.*.... O It I s..

i OR NOT YOU ARE SAVED?" checking account. You can pile up ... thlckiMU. ,, . .e .. 5_. H N.:,type tthrom f I *h. SERVICE SINKS

A Great Gospel Movie Will Be Shown Kin Khan's bonds just as fast as you like.You'll -- valv, I"._ ... ran rim' $1250

LARD Pure 161 be surprised how easy it Is- 50 24" 20" . . .
Each Night Per found and you'll be amazed how soon you'll Mi I ,II I i"ii r' _Only ..ry *_ l.fBENCHES >

One of the unusual. feature of this revltal will c find yourself going along in the right DOUBLE wORTN 52S Nlwf
!M> the !showing of a great sound! monk l I., rah night. direction.
iWINDOWS IK f, 10. and 12 roN hngk..
The Bible stories \\llIlh' heforr I No ailmlwtlon. \ Whole HalfSwiU's BUY A
)11I' or Then in just ten years,when your 1..1 fw Skeet, 00

charge to awl FREE: FILMS. bonds pay you back four dollars for withFRAMES HOME church.. ..(h..1 ..

I Picnic HAMS lb. 39c every three you'll know that Eaty m !

Street Isn't very far away. You can't Easy Terms ROLLER CONVEYORS

THE GREATEST MUSICAL miss it. $8.95 Far ..., ....liit, .1 k..... l I.....

PROGRAM You Have Ever Heard Any Brand What'l that?Oh.,you're welcome. S. I''. /anl".4.."). ..:....u... ...... I Or.."..-..>H ......r' l...... !la 12".
.Z4..wl. .
tlIC'... .....,. I.. .--....... Is. .ELECTRICALSUPPLIES tOftsMttoM
MILK USED $2.00 axe ft.
f 33 'It"It"
We (lave two of Amrrl<' '* greatest niunlclant\ to 3 for Put moreOPPORTUNITY ___ NiW (0i11cusSed( ) $3.OOpsM

illrrtt iw In the :Music Mr. Lowell'' Lrlnten will f
ting and lead the munlc. II' It .norniid to n nt'. Mr. (Limit-12 to a customer) in SINr.IE t

Martin FilwanU: will be at the Plano the 8 loox, _.
I your future! SASH'
and will play other liiNtrunient. l
GALVANIZED c_".. with ...... *... ...
Dry Black Eye PEAS lb. lOc 1 Invest in JS1.45 SHEET IRON bite ..... fl..ktn ."".. 13" dl.G.Iv. .

".* ". .l I .*.....A,.. >100 5-. 65,4"x96"
< .. ... tir+i, _
Wanted Welcome This
Everyone Is And At sack . . '
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County-Wide RevivalSponsored PIPE mTWGS' Black' Galvanized' Soil

Flour 2sl 1.69Fresh AND Sold By The Foot Or TonARMY
by all of the Baptist Churches of Bradford FLORIDA BANKat

County Other Churches Co-operating I Open Monday Through Saturday From 8 A.M., to 5 P.M.

Under Big TentLocated TOMATOES, lb. 12'/Cj, STARKEMember F.D.I.C. CAMP WRECKING CORP. ;.

Beside High School Starke Member Florida National

Group j C.AM.P.LANDING, FLA.' I-W OX 3fr9 STARKE. F ., PHUNI :




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