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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 10, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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't.".. City And County Real Estate Taxes Heard Taxpayers On July Will 4th Be Bumper Corn Crop I Grand Jury Indicts Trio


By CommissionersIn

4 Collected 100 Percent For 7th YearAny Brings County
spite of the fact that it is II

legal holiday, the Board of Coun-

so-called slump or recession ty Commissioners will meet on Over $60,000Green For First Degree Murder

In the U. S. economy has not 'yet' First Woman Ever Monday, July .1, with the County I
Tax Assessor, for the purpose of
been noted by the men who collect To Serve On Board
complaints and taking
hearing
continued to hUt
the taxes hero -- both county and Takes Seat MondaySince testimony of owners or agents of the limelight corn\ here this week with Officers I 27th Set '
Georgia June
city.With of his da owners of real estate and-or personal another 23: to 30 trailers shipped !
the complellon:
the county's General property In Bradford County from the market since Juno 1.

linquent tax sale on June 1, exhausted and the value of which has been Total movemc-nt through the< i'
Fund is almost corn
announced County Tax 100 Collector percent J. collection R. Kelly there Is sufficient money on handIn set by the Assessor. market to date Is estimated at around \Want NegroesFor As Trial Date

The meeting will be held at 1.0 60( trailers with receipts Lathe
(If the county tax roll for the the Hospital Fund to take care a.m. In the office of the Clerk ot of ,

seventh consecutive year. of tubercular patients In the the Circuit Court. neighborhood 60000.biggest Death ThereThe I In Silcox Case

.The total tax roll this year was State Banltoriuma, the Bradfoid Persons who wish to determineIn This Is described as the : .
$138.136.01nclu"'ln(\ real estate, advance what assessed valuation and bent corn season. on record "
it County Commissioners in session here. Shipment through the
personal and Intangible) and has been placed on their network of alleged\ crime In I A Bradford County Grand Jury
was collected within a couple of here Monday passed a resolution property may do so by Inquiring market do not Include the entire which the three negroes held. herein late Wednesday afternoon return.

hundred dollars which balance asking State Comptroller C. M.' !I at the tax assessor's office movement from the county. all connection with the murder nt ed Indictments for first degree
.
much sold In the field,
corn was
and insolvencies
will be listed as errors Gay to approve expenditures from I D. I... Silcox' are believed to be Involved murder against George Wolfork.
and considerable shipments were
representing taxes becomes I Jr., L. D. Robinson and James
more entangled
the maintenance
the Hospital Fund for -
deceased also made from the platform at
owed by persons now School Board OK's'Evaluation' day by day. Junior Tucker, negro trio held In
of such patients duringthe Brooker..
who were insolvent or were
connection with the fatal shoot
On file In the offiCe of SheriffP.
charged excessive taxes througha months of June, July, Augustand Three more trailers were loaded p. Reddish now are warrants ing of D. L. Silcox here on May
double assessment or other er September. yesterday, and the movement Fri. 4.
CostThe charging George Wolfork, Jr., and
1 day and Saturday la expected to
ror. When the Board convened here ; James Junior Tucker, two of the A true bill In the case was re-
that was collect be even heavier. The deal will
"Everything Monday morning Mrs. Jessie Silcox suspect trio, ,with the murder tuined by the 18-man Grand Juryat
been collected Collector definitely Its peak this week,
able has Chastaln, widow of the late T. C. School Board at Its regular pass of Mrs. Mary Faust Jones in 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon
however, and will to
said. yield begin
Kelly sale Chastain, took the seat to which meeting here Monday, authorized Columbus, Ga., last February 3. I after five hours of questioning
tax
The county's delinquent dwindle by next Monday.
smallest she was appointed by Governor an expenditure of $420 to cover Sheriff Reddish states that the witnesses and hearing transcriptsof
last Wednesday was the Warren to succeed her date hus- expenses of a ll-member committee round six carloads of Fordhook husband of Mrs. Jones, and Clar testimony presented by State's

remembered here in many years band. It Is believed that this is I of the Southern Association of beans have been graded and ship. f'nce"lIl'Y, an employe of his 1. Attorney T. E. Duncan.

with only 71 parcels going on the first time that a woman has Colleges and Secondary Schools ped from the market with receipts store, have "positively Identified"the In Its first count the Indictment
There was
the auction block.for the offered held any official position In the 'which will visit Bradford High estimated at around $8,000. negroes held here as the ones stated: "The Grand Jurors of the

spirited bidding parcels courthouse here.Appllcatlona School next November 13-13 for Pepper la still commanding a responsible for the Columbus State of Florida enquiring In and
with T. J. Alderman, L. J.
with from 300( to .400
fancy price
and for retail beer the purpose of an evaluation. .It I crime. for the body of the County of
Powell.! J. R. WainwrIght
Noegel doing most of the dealer's license .were approved for BUS meets the requirements, It hampers sold through the market I !Mrs. Jones was shot to death L I Bradford, upon their oaths present
Billy at from $3 to $4.
Wednesday I
bidding. Receipts from the sale C. L. Magoon ,at Mac's. Service will then be accredited with the by> one of two negroes who entered I that Ol'orgeVolfork, Jr., 1. D.

totaled 77293. Tax.certificates, Station near Hampton and for J. Southern Association, which has Market Manager R. B. Alvarez the store and demanded) money KobliiHon, alias Little Dump RobInson
of to be somewhat higher standards than 1 stated yesterday that the State I alias
purchased by the bidders, bear an W. Jordan the soon open- Her brother-in-law, Thomas Joe Junebug Robinson
Interest rate of 18 percent the ed Pelican Club east of Starke. state authorization, and will be an plans> to construct an auction Hall, was wounded In a gun battle and Walter Donald\ alia

first year and 8 percent thereafter Bond for Hugh 'Butler Crosby, advantage to graduates attendingout block' at the market thin summer with the pair as they escaped. I II I Jerries Junior Tucker, C C on

which must be paid by the laB chairman of the School Board, of state universities. On mo- for HBO next season. This will Sheriff Reddish stated this wee L thn 4th day of May, 1919 with

owner of the property concernedIf In the amount of $3,000, was. ap tion of L. A. Canova seconded byJ. leave all platform apace availablefor hat the three negroes have also I -- force and arms, unlawfully and
proved. S. Norman, the Board agreedto rent by buyers; he said. I I I from a premeditated design to effect -
he exercises his right to redeemit admitted several robberies. In l'U'Tl'IUU: TOflRTIIKK for th first time arc the three m-gro men

within a two year period. The Road Supervlson was Instructed include the amount In the 1949- Jacksonville and a shooting-holdup !Indicted for the murder of I). I.. (Hlli-ox her. on !May 4. Fom..n to the death of Dave Silcox did

City Tax Collector Carl Johns I to employ a tractor operator 50 budget. Fire I In Ocala. One of them has also right I George. \.',,"ork, Jr., 29, Jtin>r" Junior Tucker. 33, and I... IK I kill the said Dave Slluox by shootIng .
DestroysMcCord "
announced that Including the sale at a salary of $12 per The appointment or additional, been Identified by the victim of, a Ilulilnnon 47. All thr. liaprtton. riTiml and an .brltovixl to .bInvolvid .. him with a pistol. Three more
teachers and bus drivers also counts of the Indictment charged
of tax delinquent property last week. featured holdup in St. Augustine. y. In a ,miinlM of other i-rlme In North I'lortdu sad (orgla. .
the of
meeting here Mon I each one the inspects Individually
Saturday, all real estate taxes Florida w'as
The Bank at Starke The lavishly decorated automobile -
day, with the following recommendations PlantFire with the murder.
have been collected 100 percent designated as depository for the which helped officers here
totaling 1209264. "All but Board and was required to se- being received from the trail Wolfork In Jacksonville also Judge John A. II. Murphree

$313.20 of the $$7,428.30 personal cure the deposits In an amount of Trustees and approved: ls a factor In connecting him with Starke Ends Jinx City Planning who empaneled the Grand Jury,
Bradford High School: V1%!. of undetermined
property tax has been collected not less than $6 .000 by good and origin, the Columbus shooting. as witnesses set the case for trial Monday,

also," Mr. Johns said. The city's sufficient securities to be approved Scruggs, Jr., Lawrence II. Gibson, starting shortly after midnight there remember Its outstanding ., June 27, at 10 a.m.

tax roll, Including both real estate by the State Comptroller. Jr.Carolyn, Mrs.E.Sarah Chlsm, W. T. Coram, Tuesday, destroyed the McCord characteristics, especially -j'With 11-10 WinStarke Paving ProjectsAdditional It was announced that H. O.
Glddlngs. Lumber Co., building Just northof
Brown local
and personal) property assess- the "HI Babe" sign that embellished attorney, has been
.nients, totaled $10,52091. Dr. E. .J. Daniels Brooker Junior High: James A. the city limits on Highway( 200. the rear end. I retained as courtlleby\ Wolfork.

Mr. Johns announced that the Parker, Jr., principal and! all equipment, Including saw I broke a prolonged seven- paving of city streets: The other two defendants ..were

total valuation. ''of all city prop- Speaker At Rotary Lawtey Junior High: Mm. and planer Wolfork Is reported to have told game losing streak last Sunday la one of tho projects most frequently adjudged Insolvent and the court
James A. Parker Annie one officer that he rigged bin car '
erty, including homesteads was Laurie The blaze had advanced BO far aftprnoon"ithahardfoughtl110 discussed at Council meet- will appoint counsel to represent

$2.572.14.106 in 1948, as compared Dr. E. J. Daniels, prominent Morgan. when the lira department) was cal ,up... with what has. been estimated. I' win over CulUhan on. the CalJahdn : Ings these days and |Jt. ..la ..expi theft before the trial date .
with '$2,307,7660 ln- 1947.' 'In rfrfuYherri\; Baptist evangelist hOW HellbronnElcrrtentary: !.: H.:' ed.'''thiCf'''Chlpf PIckelt and'' hU $1,000 worth vf-aouaMAvUia, because "diamond." The' local J, hint >ct d that' bids on sWnA 'ot the i. G. Powell served as foreman t
Futch ha that '
figured no one!
1943 the total valuation of all conducting revival services in teacher.piinclpal; Beatrice Futch, men' concentrated on saving the would that driving came from behind to put the high-ranking Items In this pro- I of the Grand Jury, with Freeman

city property was 174873900. adjoining buildings and lumber suspect anyone game on Ice with four runs In gram will be advertised. noon. Register as alternate.. Other'
Starke, told members of the Rotary Graham Elementary: Essie such a flashy automobile I
yard. All cut lumber was saved tho seventh tho list Is hold members Russell
Club here Wednesday to Crosby. would be Involved In shady 01'I I Tup priority on were: Norman,
Bradford Reaches Biooker The department battled the erations. I Stnrke's lineup was as follows: by the two streets bordering the W. It. Ilarrell Willard Wynn,

"stop worrying" If they want to Woffett. Elementary: Alma G blaze> under handicaps for three JohnIf! : Sites, cf: Hansen nn; school' grounds on the north and RiixMcll Carter Clarence Moore,

Third Of QuotaIn achieve happiness and attain a R.J.E. hours. The hose on tho first Detective Chief H. T. Whltley Keen, rf: Bishop Ib; W. Godwin, south: Washington. Street from Bert Ilinson, K!:. J. DowIIngv Jr'
High
: Leslie If. Dawson of Columbus stated that he would
Bond DriveThe state of mental and- physical well principal. truck that answered the call c; McGrlff, 3b; Solano, 2b; J, Temple Ave\ to the athletic field, James L. Conner, John Shuforu",
try to obtain custody of the
being. The following bus drivers would not reach from the hydrantIthln 'Godwin, >p;: Smith, p. and Eighth St., running cant and L. R Starling, C J. Crews, E. l.

foWth report of the Opportunity The speaker said that It Is a I appointed for the 1919-50 term were the city limits to the yard given wanted the negroes death sentence"If they In are Flor-1 not j Wcaconnett continued on top In went Mouth of the school grounds Kelly Cnrlton Davis, Aubrey

Bond Drive, now In pro- sin to worry about things that Clam Lewis Cleveland ; so the fireme/i had to come back) tho North J Florida'" League, win Other streets being considered J hi zen, T. L. Monk, and Amos
Sullivan, Ida"
gress, Indicates that Bra"'ford': cannot be helped and quoted the )largaret Brown Clarence hitch- for additional hose. They used I ning a lung game 16-tl at Green In llm program are: Eighth St.. Williams. .

Countians have bought a total of Bible verse beginning "Fret not"to I In lion, Mrs. Annie Kelly, Eldon ,250'! : feet of 2 Inch hoso and 301) Cove Spring Mandarin' took from Temple Avenue at armoryto Wolfork, Robinson and Tucker

$9.209 worth of E Bonds only prove his point. Too much en- :lapp, KuBseJl 1 Hornsby, CharIty feet of 1 1-2 Inch.Chief Duval Fugitive j second place with their third, Church Street are Acruned of shooting Mr. Siliox -

about one-third of the county ergy Is wasted In "fummlng and Villlams, Mrs. Eva Harrell J. FSrlffls. Pickett stated that only I Captured Here straight victory, beating Mac- Pratt Street from Temple to during nn attempted holdupat
quota of $20000.() about conditions four of his seven volunteers. I 0-2. Will nut loiiiblock hiM
fussing" beyond I Mrs. Nelson Green, Sam rl'.1 I II Clunny: ) grocery store here on East
The Opportunity Drive, with a our control," Dr. Daniels said. He .lott, Mrs. Resale Carlton, Truman ported to the caIJ.Convicted John Gilbert, escapee from, the Starke played Green Cove here Jackson street (north of city Tenth Street the night of May 4.

national goal of more than a billion recommended faith In God as a I Norman Frank Norman, Duval county prison farm, was i Thursday: night, at which time the hull) from Temple to Church. Silcox was shut just above the

dollars in Series E Bonds be- ,remedy for most of the useless Alma Saxon, Ethan Sapp. Negress captUred In Staike Saturday by I', new bull diamond wan dudlratxd, Jefferson from Thompson (at heart ami, died before, he could

gan May 16 and will continue worries of mankind. Appointments<
through June 3''). Preceding Dr. Daniel's talk a 'we deferred, pending! further Begins len. Gilbert had been sought bylaw the game was played ton late Thompson Street miuth from treat.Wolfork.

member of his party Lowell I onslderation by the Board. Rachel Kitties, Lawtey regress enforcement officers! throughout for the final score to be published Madison to railroad. was apprehended In

GIRL SCOUT NEWSThe Leistner, sang a spiritual number Leaves of absence for the 1919-( ,convicted at the Spring term of > northeast Florida for "ev..ralweekll. In thin. Issue. It 1 III planned at present to have FackHonvllle four days later and
Next June 16, the I the streets of llmerotk and slag ballistics experts at FBI headquarters
accompanied by Martin Edwards I 0 term were granted to Mrs I Circuit: Court for the knife slaying Thursday' -

Girl Scouts held their regular also with the evangelistic group. Mona Canova, BHS Instructor of of Ellaby Henderson, also col- When apprehended here Gilbert local nino will play Mucclenny .a construction. In Washington) confirmed

meeting Wednesday afternoon The speaker was introduced byRev. music and to Mrs. Rosa Cook of ,Ted, has been senten
and plans were made for the I... D. Halnes. the Hellbronn, school. The board imprisonment by Circuit Judge automobile, reported stolen In program of nldewalk, ShiI,* was fired from a pistol
summer activities of the. Senior construction, both new and repairs found In the trunk Wolrork's
Program for the day was In rescinded Its action with refer- John A. H. Murphree.The 'ennsylvaniu and bearing license Future HomemakersElect
Troop. The girls will continue to old, and Is consideringthe lutomohllp. Wolfork'a\(
charge of A. J. Thomas Jr., who !nce to a leave of absence grant. stabbing took place In a plates> stolen In Virginia. lie was fingerprints -
to meet each Wednesday at 3 p.m. New OfficersThe purchase of u concrete mixer were also
!d Mrs. among those
carrIed out Beatrice Futch In tho ntence for of
an International ordero Jook Joint near Lawtey on serving a s" larceny
and participate in sports and arUand HO the work 'an be done by the found on the .
I
gun.GainesvilJe
heme. recommending that members consider the appointment, of night of February 2A: circuit I an automobile, stole an automobile -i i Stark Chapter Future
crafts. Itself.
___,_. ____ AL oL the club send CARE packages Irs.. Futch to the Instructional 'court Jury returned a verdict of to make Tils escape, and was > Homemakers of America met city
lor me summer I
programs
eipeciat are as follows: July 1, weekend [o needy persons in isurope.!< taff of the Hellbronn school.On second degree murder., recaptured' In a stolen car. I Wednesday night, June 2, at 8 Market
Dr. Daniela also endorsed the motion of Canova, aerondra Attendance Good
clock 4/1 the high school and Livestock
camping trip. Saturday, July ReportTuesday'
by Brown. It 1
9, square dance. Friday, August CARE organization stating that the annual was agreed to Increase Big Crowds Overflow Tent At Revival Here;, fleeted the following officers for At City League
who
an Individual wishes to help appropriation I .
8, formal dance. the next Hchool term: sale of 2157 cattle and
The Troop's Softball team will someone In a foreign country* can County to $1,800 payable to the Bradford R. G. LeTourneau Will Speak Sunday Night President, Betty Ann Long;; Softball GamesJerome 321 hogs at the Farmers Produce
Health
play the Junior Woman's Club iccbmpllsh more by working Department. ThIs Vice President, Marian McUue and Livestock Market In Gainesville -
Monday night..Building through CARE than he could as amount Is an Increase of $II)() An overflow crowd attended the 1500:> people.A Secretary, Hetty Ann Carter,, Frlck pitched a two-hit saw prices steady to good on '

an individual. over the two preceding fiscal opening night of the Tent Revival color film declared by many; Treasurer Dolores McKnight; Reporter game Saturday night allowing all butcher stock. Butcher cattle
years. conducted the High to be the film Hlggs) and Baker to shut out Alvarez
being on greatest religious
Jean Sullivan; Historian, and hogs were SOc stronger) with
PermitA House Resolution The following policy relative to School grounds by the E. J. Dan ever produced will be shown 01, Joyce NewHome; Song Leader,, with a 17-0 score In .the stocker cattle $1 off There wa

sick Ipave by members of the in- leIs Revival Party. By count over Saturday night, It lasts for one Julia Lawson Parliamentarian, city softball league.In good demand for feeder
; a. pigs
has been Issued
building permit MemorializesN. structional staff the first game of the doubleheader -
was adopted In 1100 people were present on Sun hour and proposes to show what with
Ann Harley; Project prices to 121 25.
Shirley up
to Lex Green the ot(
by City
accordance with the laws of Flor day night. Everyone was surprised will happen on earth when Christ! Chairman, Jdell Durban.On Ned Yancy, pitching for 11"111
Starke for $6,000 for three brick D. Wainwright, Sr. ida: Coca-Cola, also obtained a shutout
when the tent was full even return. Thursday night, June 3, the No. l's $20.73; No. 2's, $20.00;
veneer residence! to be built on "Members of 7-0 score, over National Guard.
A resolution memorializing the the Instructional amid a rain Monday night. L.Torneaa. To Mpnk Chapter sponsored a talent showr No. 3's, $202.1; No 'I's, $20.30;
lot 7, 8, 9. 10 in block 1 of staff who wish to Attendance at the Softball
Dowling's sub-division. I death of N. D. WaInwright, Sr., file a claim for Tuesday night more than 800 I On Sunday night R. G. LeTour. which featured also a fashion No. 5's, $1980; No. fl..., $18.50.
sick leave and games In starting off good, there
of Bradford County, former member receive compensa- came forward to dedicate their neau millionaire manufacturer show of garments mad. In home (t'altr

of the Florida Legislature, and tlon therefor will be required to lives surrendered to God. About I Ii will be the featured speaker. He economics work Alw. > on the were 124 paid admissions Saturday Cull, $1900 I to $20.73; Stackers

( holder of other state and county furnish satisfactory evidence to i 350 of the It 01) present were l III said to make one half of all the program was the movie, "About night The teams are playing $1700 to 121.OO.Strrr .

offices was adopted May 26 by the county board In the form of a seated outside the tent. Local dirt removing machinery used over Town with the Bradford Star,,", under very strict rules and I .

the Howe of Representatives.Mr. certificate from a duly licensed residents are saying that they the world, and to give over D'l" presented by Audrey Carlisle, and regulations this year, and the"arguments" Medium, $23.00 to S21 2.5; Can.

WaInwright died last Feb physician. This certificate should have never seen such crowds ata percent of all of his earning to many amateur numbers. ) ,that slowed down i'I ners. $18 OO to $1775; Stockers

ruary. Indicate the day or days of such religious gathering In thlll sec religious causes. lie travels over Proceeds from the talent show proceedings HI a much last season j' $16 SO to $2073.

He was the father of Newnan absences claimed and If such absence tine The tent Is! 60 by 120 feet I the USA in his own large plane will be used to help defray delegates are being eliminated.. j teas

D. Wainwright Jr., ;.who was a was necessary; provided and yet many cannot find seats at his own expense speaking with- expenses to the Future Tonight ( Friday) National 1 Common. $18.75 to $2123: ; Cutters

Births announced at Shadycrest member of the House In 1943 and however that no member of the nslde. Dr. Daniel, the Evangelist out charge to large gatherings In Homemakers Leadership Training Guard meets Coca-Cola S In the $16.00 to $1875! ; Canners,
Instructional starting at m., while I II
Hospital: 1917$ sessions, and he was the son' staff will be paid announced that he Is having the Interest of his Saviour. He Conference at Camp O'Leno, June ) game p. I $1300 to 1600.

Mr. and Mrs. Olin Wesley White, of the late Edward J. Wainwright, for that any number of days claimed extra seats erected this week so tells the story' of how h. was :3-12.\ and the FHA Regional Convention I In Robbing the second will play stanza.Biggs Biker j I I Hull

Jr., of Starke. a son Robert Wesley who served In the House in 1879. will exceed their cumulative as to be'able to take rare of some bankrupt, and then surrendered In Memphis, Tenn., June Saturday night Hercules tak.sl I Common. $17.00; Cutters, 11.

White born May 26. 'The resolution called attentionto balance from prior years plua the 300 more people on the outside. all to God took Him as his part 11-16. SO to $17.00.Manager .
on Alvarez In the first half, and
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thornton "this unique family distinction"a current annual allowance of six The Evangelist announced his ner, and then began to prosper. National Guard J. D. Odom has prom.

of Starke. a son. Charlea Evan -. cycle of three generations In days. It Is further provided thata subjects for the next few days at Plans are being made to seat some Junior Baseball Baker at 9:1: $. meets Biggs & ised several loads of fat cattle .

Thornton born May 31. I the Florida Legislature.Rep. physician's certificate of sick the meeting last night. He promIsed 18OO people at this service. from South Florida and plenty
Teams with and
win
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Harmon I E. L Stewart of Hndry leave may be requested of any to speak Friday night of this The revival will continue every Sponsored By LegionThe losses. are robbins one, Biggs Baker no, of buyers for a large sale next
offered the resolution. member of the Instructional staffat week 'on "Startling Things I week servicebeginning week Sales start at one o'clock.
Wllkerson of Maxvllle a son, Oscar night next with a and Coca-Coin, National Guard
the discretion of the County Heard and Saw While Visiting the American Legion Post issponsoring ;
at 7:13 for the andgirls
Harold born May 30. : boys has .
and lost Hercules
I won
Superintendent of Public Instruc- Negro Who Claim to be Cod"U a Junior Baseball Team one one.
Mrs. Preston and at 7:43: for the main Power
and Henry ShutDownSet
Mr. Bradford Assessor I lout one; and Alvarez lost
for the first time thin under
will teir of his .startling ex- year
service. A film will be
Starke a daughter tion.The Gospel
:McKelvey of two.
Dorothy Ruth. born June 2. Attends CourseTax Qulna Typewriter Exchangeof erlences while interviewing the shown to the children and also the setup sponsored nationally by / For Sunday
Gainesville was awarded a con Negro known as "Father Divine"'. the Legion and the Ford Motor
I
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hill of In the main aervlce.
announce the Assessor Guy Andrews returned tract for cleaning and minor repairs According to Rev. Daniels he Co.The Dryden Farm Sold Berry S. Johns, superintendentof
Claremont Calif., Peopl. of all churches are Invited
to hU office today after on 33 typewriters for a fee claims to be Christ returned toearth Ford company furnishes city: utilities announces that

birth of a daughter.Mrs.Kathleen.Hilt will on spending Tuesday Wednesday, of $200. again; to perform more to cooperate In this county- uniforms and catching equipmentwhile W. A. Dryden of Stark. sold to power will be off In the business

Saturday, June 4. MIA Edna and Thursday In Tallahassee at- The Board designated Tuesday, miracle In one day than Christ Wide campaign. Rolan R. Stoker, the Legion pays all other John G. Pleffer and George C. district Sunday afternoon after

} be remembered as tending the Tax Assessor TrainIng July 5. as the data of IU next performed In his entire life time, the Executive Secretary for the expenses. James Hobbs la coachIng Case of Milton Pa., 30 acres, 12:30: o'clock In order to do repair

{. ;Pearce.Mr. W. E. (Billy) School. The three-day course regular meeting sine Monday, even to raising the dead; to have revival, has stressed that although the team, and A, J. Thomas, known as the old Herman Williams work on the electrical distribution .
and Mr
: arrival of was sponsored by the Florida Tax July 4. I. a holiday. heavens. angel and resurrected It Is being; sponsored by aome 19 Sr.. Is serving as manager. place on the old Lawtey system.

Bowling announce the June 8, Assessor Association, and the The Board will bold a special saints. "He Is going stronger toclay Baptist Churches that all churches Games are being scheduled to road, two miles from city limits. "Power will be restored a. soon

a daughter, Marjorie Ann. Mrs. National Association of AJMMinr session on Wednesday, Jun. 13 than ever before", declared are Invited to cooperate. Everyone start during; the week of June 20( The transaction was made thru as possible and will not be off at

at the Riverside Hospital. Officers. In'cooperation with the for the purpose of receiving; bids the Evangelist In announcing the Is wanted and .welcome, he and a complet. schedule will be the E. A. Strout Real Estate any period for more than 30 minutes

Dowllngr was the former Marjorie U of F and FSU. on proposed construction project service that U expected to draw stressed. announced next week. i Agency. ," Mr. Johns said.
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Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED I Colons$ Come Home I LEGISLATIVEBOX kins Frankie, Paul Walrath and ,Wallace Huntley Rivers and ]I at Mrs.the T. beach M. Whittington every day.sunning Mrs. Men's Clothing II till III-

Michael Redfearn STOREStarling's
SCOREHere Arthur Rus- Whittington la recuperating aftera III4YAP'! Establishes i 1891

1B7B E. L., MATTHEWS. OwN ,n-EDITOH cher Ray Hearst, Eulle Rushton, major operation several months --, -- --- =
To Cool Off And and David Swartzwelder i -
[bushed Every Friday and Entered I "* Second ago.Mr. =
Mrs. F. M Walrath, Jr. was \ .. IS'
and Mrs. W L.
C SM Matter at the Post Office at Stark. Fla, Is the box score on :what
hostess/ Friday evening at 7:30: and their daughterJune_ have
the legislature did with GovernorWarren's
Keep Ears OpenBy for a dessert brldge-at her home. returned from a week's visit in
program:
MEMBER ( 1949
lj Tax After a delicious Ice-box dessert Miami with, their daughter and
ProposalsPassed and coffee cards were enjoyed by son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs., Ralph
atMcrlptlOB WJ50 Annually & 11.50 For Si.* Month* Run Kay None the-Mesdames Roy Vickers R. K Thomas, and. their little boy,

Rejected -- All new tax meas- Beedle, A. B. Watson, W. H. Red- Ralph, Jr

Considering the record of the ures and suggestions to Increase fearn, II. L. Morgan, Jr., Bert Mrs. J. C. Redfearn recently returned GROCERY & MARKET Starke, Fla.
/ present legislature and Its Inability current levies.
Chrlstoffers C. H. Newman W.
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SALE' : TAXERS THWARTED ONCE AOA'V: by plane from San Francisco t.
to get together on any kind itural
J. Whltesldei. S. E. McKay,
The taxpayers of Florida are fortunate that the Legislature re of a It Is probably the Passed: where she saw her daughter
program
L.
J. Hill R. E.
Harry Eby, Clapp. First Lt. Ruth Redfearn, embarkfor & SATURDAY JUNE 10 & 11
fused to be panicked into the twelfth-hour passage of any desperation moat sensible thing to let the boys 1. Modified ban on highway SPECIALS FRIDAY
The Keystone Inn was the set Japan. Lt. Redfearn spent
sales tax measure. We believe: that after a "cooling off" period go home, cool off and think thingsover cattle. ting for a luncheon party last some time here visiting her familybefore WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO 'LIMIT QUANTITY

of a month or so our Legislators will return to Tallahassee more conscious for a time where they are 2. Loyalty oath law Wednesday, June 1, given by Mrs.F. she and her mother motored

of the wishes of their constituents and In 'a more serious and not under pressure. 3. Flood and drought control Pumphrey of Gainesville to California.

determined frame of mind to puss a tax bill that will provide the They have written a lot of blank program.
Leon Huckeba of Sandersvllle,
checks, some perhaps that should 4. "Taste Test" citrus Mr and Mrs. Thomas Campbelland
revenue necessary under a promised regime of "frontier frugality", not have been written, and If they 5. Entry of Florida Into act regional Ga., spent last week with Mr. and children,.-Darlene, Carol, and 5 ib. Sugar Packed29C:: ::

and yet which will not saddle the people of Florida with a burden are given an ,opportunity to stick education program in Mrs. R. L. Walker. Mr. Huckeba Virginia, are visiting their families

equal to that borne by Stnbad the Sailor. around home long enough to ascertain South. Is Mr. Walker's cousin. In Franklin Va.

The Legislators back home to moot and talk with real'' Mr. and Mrs. E R. and
are coming the Feeling of their peo- 6. Prohibiting etate officials (The following items were I Brown [

constituents whose Incomes are rapidly shrinking and ,who ara already pie they may be In a position to and employes from Influencing or omitted from last week's issue daughters, Dulcey Joyce and 3 lb. Only 69c
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having to put Into effect new economies In their buculnesaes return to Tallahassee later on and coercing other employes In the because of lack of space.) Linda have returned from a motor can

and homes the same type of economies that they have a rightto enact sensible and Intelligent! legislation Interest of political campaigns. '
trip to Neoga, Ill., where they
toward the solution of our Rejected or Failed to Consider: KEYSTONE PLAYHOUSE';
expect! to be put Into effect In government city county, state
financial problems. 1. Antl-Klan bill. PRESENTS' "HODGE PODGE" witnessed the graduation of their
and national.
)\\t Is always ennler to spend 2. Reforestation. and fire con A series of comedy sketches and daughter, Jtanlne, from the Neoga Corned Beef f 1139 c
In discussing the attempts to put a salon, tax into effect In Florida than to and has trol
conserve spending program. musical selections was successfully High School. Jeanlne was presented -
: the Taxpayers Association recently charged that "The sales been the order of the day In government 3. State civil service. presented last Wednesady eveningby the American Awardfor
Legion
taxetd rre happy to twist the revenue needs of the schools, or any- for a long time, but excessive -t. Legal ceiling on road con- the junior dramatic group
thing else, into propaganda for their old scheme to take taxes off spending event ually struction costs "The Keystone Playhouse" at the the best all-round girl studentIn

great bank buildings and huge land-holdings, and load a greater burden reaches a point where the fellow 5 Anti-pollution laws. Womans Club. Not a few youngster her class. While In Neog Jim Dandy GRITS 5 lb. 29c
the Browns had timevlsitlng""relatlv..s
on wage-earners and small-salaried citizens through a camouflaged who is paying the bill In this case 6. Stronger laws dealing with displayed considerable dram a pleasant ,

general sales tax. the taxpayer: kicks over the traffic violations, particularly atic ability and special mention and friends.
traces and calls a halt. drunken driving. goes to the costuming and make Holy Mass will be offered every
"Such a man's Income tax would be hard to explain to the
poor It Is all very well to try and 7. Unemployment compensa Sunday during the summer at SMOKED lb.
majority of voters so long as the Incomes of wealthy citizens are up.The Keystone Inn. On the first
provide for better schools, more tlon In case of sickness. follows cKinghans
protected from State taxation by the Constitution completely violating roads, Increased salaries for pub 8. Have unclaimed bank deposits program and Arrlot"was as- Michael: third and fifth Sundays of each 15

the democratic principles of taxation according to ability to lic officials, more money for the turned over to the state. Redfearn"Arry Ann Vance and Marilyn month mass will be at 10:30: a.mOn Sausage .

pay and benefits derived," the Association maintains. aged, the blind and Indigent, but 9. State Tax Commission to Rushton. the second and fourth Sundaysmass '

It Is this organization's belief that few, If any, new taxes wouldbe when we try to double the ante equalize county tax assessments. "Buttons & Bows" Linda' will be at 8:00: a.m. .

needed In Florida If the Legislature would insist or genuine eco- all at once and go on a wild 10 Earmarking motor vehicle Walker. Marilyn and Eulle Rushton en- '

Itcnry and establish a non-political State Tax Commission to equalize spending spree and to hell with license tags for 20-25: years for .Doctor Come.Quick" Alfred tertained "Young People''.a( their .1 Pure LARD lb. 16',jc

sunsrasmcnts on property throughout the state. where the money Is coming fromwe school building program. Watson Jessie Rowland and Wallace home Sunday evening. ,
are bound to wake up with a 11. Turn over revenue from Rivers. Dick Bass announces. that there 1

ROSY FUTURE SEEN FOR SOUTHERN FARMERS: glorious headache.The previously exempt industries to "Carrie Becomes An Amateur will be moving pictures at Keystone Swift Picnic c
matter of making both ends cities. Actress" Ann Walrath. Beach every Tuesday and HAMS Whole or Halt 39 : f
'The rural South .has a brilliant future ahead." meet la a problem not only of the 12. Two-mill tax on real estate "While Strolling Through The Friday evening.COMPLIMENTED. Per Pound '

These were the words of a top American executive recently andre legislature but of the Individual for 10 years to finance state's PArk One Day" C. L. Nork and a

. indicative of the new high place accorded the South as a great citizen.- Thousands of folks hereIn share of flood control. Linda Walker. : AT

and growing market for all kinds of goods. Florida would like to have a 13. A system of centralized purchasing "The Great Bottleneck Dla.mond" LUNCHEON PARTY .\1,

"Farming has made no greater progress In any part of the U. S. nice new shiny automobile, a new of state supplies.Keystone! -. Frank Walrath, Nancy Miss Lucile Johnson, brideelectof Blue Rose RICE lb.12'2CICE
dome, a washing machine an elec- June 11, was the of honor ,
guest
Hearst, Rowland,
fn the last decade than in the South; spokesman of big business tric Ice box Betty Hayden
and
a lot of othrj-. at luncheon
; Haskins, Paul Rivers and Doris a given at Key ,
in Southern Is
continued
"This progress farming creating new markets things.
Siprelle. stone Inn Saturday, May 27 at
new opportunities, new wealth for our nation, and better living If J
an average family 1 '
operated In Heights I Huntley Redfearn, Jr. acted as p.m. The Misses Cornelia
? CREAM Pints
on small farms of family size the same manner as the legislature master of ceremonies. Mrs. J. L. KnIght, Madalene Kennedy Sara 24c

It ,was pointed out that since 1940 the South's cash farm Income they would all gather In the : Hill, who organized the Barefoot, Mrs. Harry Ely, Mrs. ,
: group j :!
baa Increased from two and a halt billion dollars to more than eight family circle. Dad would explain early this year, directed the play. I William Shockley and Mrs. Michael c

billion dollars, and the South' rural bank deposits and farm-owned the need for a new car. He would MISS!' JOHNSON WILL WED Committees cooperating were: Funderburk were hostesses. 3 Lg, Milk Bad 33

savings bonds are up more than five billion. tell how much more he could earn MR. GODWIN JUNE 11 Publicity C. L Nork and I I The dining table was centered ,

The fourteen Southern states now have nearly two million electrified It he had a car. The good wife On Saturday afternoon, June Susie\ Slpprelle. ,with an arrangement of spring
would agree and point out how 6, at 4:30 o'clock In the (Limit 12 Cans To A Customer)
farms, a gain of one and a half million over 1010. : Com Stage &: Properties Ann 'Wal flowers. _

It Is heartening indeed to hear this tine report from the rural lake they could go on family picnics munity Church, Miss Thelma rath &: Linda Walker 1 Miss Johnson received some
vacation trips. Willie and Lucile Johnson daughter of Mrs.
South and to know that Bradford County Is keeping pace with the 3unle Back Stage Tommy Hear- pieces of china in her chosen pat-
see themselves 'We Deliver OrdersWe
being driven Lola Johnson of Keystone Heightswill stand Redfearn.
Huntley
rent of this great section of the country In its march of progress. to school em.
every morning. It Is a become the bride of HenryT. Prompter Susie Slprolle.
This has been a splendid season for Bradford County farmers They well Idea and everybody is for It. Godwin of Starke. A receptionat At the last curtain call the Intimate friends attending with

nave prospered not only on their strawberries but also on their varied So! they vote to have the car. Thea the Woman's Club will follow youngsters presented Mrs. Hill a the honoree and hostesses were: Strive To Please YOU Our Customer!
truck crops and will doubtless obtain a fine price for their tobacco In mother tells how hard It Is doing the: ceremony.On lovely Vtlss Mable Johnson, Mrs. Ed-
corsage.
the mid-summer markets. When the year's figures are finally computed the family washing without any Wednesday evening, June 8, ward Johnson, Mrs. Aughtry .. Joe. S. Starling
Vance, Mrs. Jack Nelson
Mrs.
It Is safe to guess that It will be found that the products of facilities. She would give anything a bachelor dinner party was givenat DINNER PARTY FOR' and
If she BAKER Donald Rldaught.
Bradford County soil have brought close to a million dollars In new could just have a the Keystone Inn In honor of FAMILY .
' washing machine. It Mrs. Lola Johnson and her
money into the county during the past twelve months. would save the bridegroom. John Godwin and
doctor bills and daughter Miss Luclle Johnson
clothes entertained
Ye_. as the business executive recently stated, the rural South has and be a John Powell of Starke were hosts.
help to the whole family. Another at their home on Sunday -
a brilliant future ahead and Bradford County, with soil and climateadvantage. I The Godwin family will enter
well Idea 22
and everybody is for It. May at a family dinner
taro: Friday evening at the Inn
and marketing facilities second to none, should certainly
So they vote to have a washing party In honor of Mrs. Johnson's
following the wedding rehearsal.
be among the areas that set the pace I' machine. father, Mr. Dave Baker, and his .--
Among recent parties complimenting -
Every suggestion for greater Miss Johnson ,was a brother, Mr. Sanford' Baker, of I

family( comfort, convenience or kitchen shower given by Mrs. Ttmmonsvllle, S. C., who have -- ,
T better living naturally wins Frank Hcltzmnn and her daughter spent the last three weeks visiting .

R B ALVAREZ&SON STORAGE: COD hearty approval and everyone : Miss Catherine Heitiman, at at the Johnson home. I.
votes for these things from This affair was of special interest -
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junior C
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We operate local I It and talking about It until scheme of yellow and green was age and all of his brothers and .
somebody brings the inevitable sisters are living and were present.
up
&; long distance used In decorating while the dining -
question] "Where Is the money table was centered with a The oldest member of the family is f

OVI Q anywhere In U.S. coming from?" large bowl of vegetables In keeping Mr. Sanford Baker who is 94. The ._ _

When they total up the cost of with the kitchen theme. On average age of the seven brothersand % J .

Ji r EXCELlENTSTOR.OE nil the things they ,,want and all top of the vegetables were two sisters is 82. .- -.- :
the: things they have \ Others enjoying the get togetherwere ...
S% unanimously squashes cleverly, dressed ai' bride ...
s agreed 'they should have, the amount and groom. Guests were Mrs.' : Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baker 1f

FACILITIES Is staggering Their Income Lola Johnson Miss Mabel. J6hn- of Island Grove, their son and his

la small and it takes most son, Mrs. S. E. Kennedy and Miss wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bakerof
Agents: For Citra; Mr. and Mrs. Frank
(if their funds to pay everyday liv. Madelene Kennedy of Keystone: f
lug / If they to Baker and their son and his wife, "
expenses
DelcherBros. are enjoy Heights Mis. William Godwin -
See first! Mr. and Mrs. William Baker
us even one of the things they and her sister, Mrs. .W T. Chandler -
want It Is going to take some of Staike, Mrs. E. H. Register whoso marriage took place this
careful month at Vero Beach, Mr. Lewis
figuring. and
daughter. Catherine of
They talk Is over and agree thatto Miami, Mrs.\ S. B. Gasklns, Mrs. Baker of Palatka; Mrs. William t

secure all these blessings at John B. Livingston, and the I Klnard of Lake City and her

once is out of the question. So Misses Betty Carr, Frances and cousin, Mrs. Nona. Scarbrough of
IDon't they determine which Is the most Belle Heitzman of Gainesville. Charleston S. C. and Mrs. E. R. fIORIO A f fit.
Let Summer Static Important and center their attention Simmons and her son, Cecil of
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C'LA. -. ETERSONBETROTHAL. Gainesville fi
: on a plan to secure that. Say

they decide on the car. All right : ANNOUNCED: LOCAL MINISTER LEAVES KRYIN4 i

INTERFERE With Your :hey go over the family budget, Mr. and Mrs. Richard E, Clapp ON PROLONGED VACATIONThe .

men member considers what her of Keystone Heights and Boston Rev. W. G. Aldridge, pastor ..
> she can do to help stretch It I Mass,, announce the engagement of the Community Church left '

RADIO ENJOYMENT enough to enable them to pur- : and! approaching marriage of their Thursday for Lakeland to attend .

base a'car.. There are only two i laughter, Elizabeth Hill Clapp, to the annual conference of the ?

vays to accomplish this they Maj. Leroy Patterson of Luverne, Methodist Church. Mr. Aldridge

mist cut expenses and Increase Ala. The wedding will be solemnized who Is retired after 41 In
ASK for years
,_ F.M.Demonstration] icome. As Mortimer Snerd would Friday. June 17, at 8 p.m. the ministry, will continue to be ANDTODAY :
n the ?
Post
FREE ay "It ain't lIaKY. Chapel. Fort Sill. ouster of the Community Church
a But Dad ruts himself to one Okla. Maj. Patterson ,was formerly following
a prolonged vacation
Igar a day, Mother plans family an Instructor In the ROTCat granted by the trustees.Mr. g

CHAS. C. SHEPHERD leals so as to save several dollars the University of Florida. and Mrs. Aldridge will leave 1924 e 1949
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week. Willie gets a paper route. :
for New York
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Jackson on June 6, where ,

Jrandpa, who Is no slacker,
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Mr. Aldridge will represent the .
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entertained
AT: GAY'S SERVICE STATION, Madison\ & Court Sts.' !takes a deal with a novelty : Wednesday evening local "t
June J, with Rotary Club at the International !] has since ]
nnnufacturer to carve miniature a farewell picnic quarter century gone by a handful of somewhat elementary-type] ;(
I on Keystone Lake Rotary Convention, June
PHONE 10 logs at 23c: each. Susie sets up of supper Lt. Ray Hearst who In returned honor 7th. through June 23rd buses made a few daily schedules to a few Florida towns and cities. This > y.
n business an a baby sitter. Withhe I
Thursday to active duty after a Following the Rotary Conventionhe service was considered a 1 fine addition to
savings effected and the In- 30 day leave. With Mr. Hearst will attend the International existing transportation. and it.was.

teased Income they find they can were his wife and children Tom- Council of the Congregational Today.. a fleet of great modem coaches,with ]luxury appointment J-
ount on $32 a month. So theyet
Church of
.m/, Nancy and which he was a pastorat
the car, Because they are a guests were Miss Ray Gertrude Jr. Other House one time. cross and criss-cross the peninsular state in an almost endless chain of schedules. i,

/emily ruga), they Industrious soon have the ambitious car paid'or r, Miss Sarah Bone Mr. and From to New York the Aldrldgeswill That i is something we of Florida Greyhound] Lines are intensely] 't
.Irs. Charles Caldwell Mrs. go Boston Mass., where
MANAGEMENTexpert and get the washing machine, Fraher, Miss Madelene Kennedy.Pat they will spend some, time with proud of-and the occasion we celebrate today. (

ilre.ind many other things they de- !Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Riviere and their daughter Mrs. J. B. Olds and The future of thi company is geared closely] to Florida

son, Wally, Mrs. Tom her husband who Is pastor,of the
in all the numerous affairs It Is as simple as that In family Whltlngton. First Methodist Ever of the I
ife but when Mrs. Sara McDonald, Mrs. W. A.Scales CHurch' at Somerville cognizant responsibility attached'd Ctt'IMtHII
: legislators get together Then .will to '
they proceed
of serving performed with tact make hard Park Winters and Mr. and to our mission of n". .
they always a Mrs. P. H. Haskins. Canada for the remainder of the transportation. .we tJ

'V courtesy, and economy, is giving us ob htng out at of once It: by and trying with to no do thoughtif every- Alfred birthday Watson celebrated histwelfth summer.vacation Mr.A and happy Mrs.and Aldridge.Mr. restful. have increased our service to meet the needs of a .,.".., ,,,,, ? ,t mint to t

economizing In any manner. anniversary friendly progressive state. It is
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Wednesday June 1, with swimming our purpose .,, ., ? ,,
friends.DeWITT a ? ,1e
L many new They must raise more money, increase F M. Walrath announces!
Income but never can consider party and weiner roast. that In the absence of the Rev. today as then to give you the finest in transportation
Games were played before :
the elimination of waste and supper Aldridge this summer Mr. Rex \Te shall this
C. JONESPhone which was served at 0 o'clock. never outgrow determination.
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unnecessary expense.So Croasdell will preach every Sun-
Enjoying this affair .,
again we find ourselves In were the day at 1\ A. M. The Community ,,.,.,1
7 Starke, Fla. the position of the family who Misses Bobbe Bastedo, Susie Sip- Church is fortunate to secure Mr.
.
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relle, Mary Ann Morgan and Lane /tlt.l/ut ,
m wants everything at once, and we Croasdell who has preached locally GREYHOUND BUS STATION '
Sibley, Charles and
I Funeral Director Ambulance Service have voted unanimously for all Hayden Has- for years. Prior to coming to the n.

these things, but now we are would find that the people never vicinity of Jacksonville where he Temple Ave., Slarke Telephone 147.,) }
OUST local funeral home enables us to offer convenience and faced with the old obnoxious1 question have asked for and do not want has preached In many churchesMr. .

services not otherwise available. "Where Is- the money coming many of the governmental servces Croasdell completed success hl

from!" being provided. They would ful pastorate In Canada and various n, wi .

:.F : Maybe if the legislator! would like to see some effort made to parts of the United States. ,
I .We fuvalsh highest type service at lowest C..F and visit among their home folks and reduce the cost of governmentand A modern cooling system anda

accept AN5T' life Insurance policy In force issued by ANT ask how they managetheir affairs simplify Its operations. May special loud speaker for organ j

company, as payment in part or )in full on funeral. they would get some excellent be If you and I and a lot of other and choral music are being installed GREYHOUND.AGE

Consultation carries no obligation. Ideas as to how the state folks made this clear to them It in the church.It .

might meet Us problem They woulU be a mighty good thing. surely 1s a pleasure to see

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{.If S S S S velope me We. when young :want to lift up -. seal at 8Upko, FlorIda this: MardFFICIAL In ("....1. (..... Bradford. (... .. Clrenlt. ("..rl. Bradford C....,.. In ("....It I
world to reform things and : 1949. Klorlflsi I. Cknnverr.Mel .. Florida. .. &:....... Cnnrt. nradfore) Cea.tr. I
where the
not .
While some know flerlrtel In v...... .
( BRAD: A. J. Thorn, J. Thompson "
Clay Hill they will eat or sleep. as the year roll on, we beat upon BrookerBy By haven A.Crosby.Clerk D.of C. said Court, No./ H 7312.Thompson,flalntlff.Defendant.va. Charity Case Jl Hubert: lena May Hruca.Lavery.. Defend Plaintiff ant.Case, vs. O.Alfred Caulley.... Cnulley Defendant., Plaintiff. Case No.... HI.Esln., I I,

If life Is easy. I must often say the bars of life with bleeding flsta. Ally, for Fit. NO. 7317. *> Order .( Pnkllcsllon .. .
Iv. Ma Lewis 8-30 4t .n and N l
Order nf Publication aad Vetl* ., I
Order Publication ...
Dy Lara Burc M MOM "God; send me something hard Only a few live to see the things tn ........ Votlen .. Appear
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In Clrcnlt. to A.. .
() reM" Nebr.. to do today." come about they most desire. SoI S S S S S S S S Florldai. !.Conrt. whose
S S S S S S S S S S -Elaine V. Emans. have learned not to be too disappointed Mr. and Mrs. Henry Coleman of (Mar..ar..t Oharl. T.R.Ziit.ll.Zutell,Jr.Defendant.Plaintiff. Case..... dent Charity,. la 8.Aurora Thompson North whose Carolina real! dence Helena. and May itddreea, Lavery la, who. o'vnaulI.: residence I. I

It life plays us strange Gainesville were visiting here NOi 7911.Or You: are required to appear on You are required to .. .. r..III-1 You are required to appear on
Wherein I meditate on the ways. A dear friend of mine In Jun. 20. 1949. In the above named June Ct 0. 194! In the above named)
June
very tricks and has one digging a ditch I Thursday. *r or Publication .... N.llrTATK *0. 1941. In the above .. I
; of life and I ... Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Court and Court and cause wherein plaintiff
a that f. .
way prayer A. cause, wherein plaintiffneeka I .
Idaho who lives ranch. who wanted to sing a that : : peeks 3Ivor. ..
: be aKvayn. on a sheep so song L, W. Sowell was In Alachua OF" FLOntnA .., seeks divorce. Ilradford CountyTeleicraph divorce.: Kradford County I Bradford County ,
whatever
: prepared far sent me this poem about '13 years would thrill the world. So it Is M a r "i-.t 11. 2utell whoso r ...lilnr.. shall publish thla Order Telegraph shall publish thla Order Teleirraph, shall publish this Order
lit In .store for m... Monday. d AV* Lunj iteach. Cal- In next' four weekly. laiuea. In next four weekly. lasuea In next four weekly Issue.
I have collected best to laugh. and sing. work at iforn'iai "
ago. always Witness my hand. and official Witness my hand and official; Witness my hand and official ,
; It life la hard for me then I poems. Somehow today it seem what task la put before us to do. Roy Green visited Mr. and Mrs. You are required to appear on peal I st Starke, Florida, this May neal' at Starke Florida, this May real at Starke, Florida this
R. K. Dukes Jun. 20 17. 1949. 19U. 17 1949. MaJl'I
afternoon. m, 18.
Sunday in the above named I
'r shall need ed to fit into my mood. I got It If life is at present easy find a Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ( FPlciAk III'U.A.: 3. Thomas. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomas" ,
Courage around me like a coat out of my old diary. My life now difficult task. This morning I Mrs. Resale Colson of Stark ....oka. divorce. Bradford County As Clerk of said Court, Aa Clerk of said Court Aa Clerk of said Court.
visited Mrs. O. B. Colaon Satur- Teleitraph. Shall publlah this ny Haven Crosby D. C. My Haven Crosby, r>. C Tty Haven Crosby D. C.
It. of mall Is singularly full of good things was down on my hands and knees ''on**' four weekly: : UaueVltn *. Ord..rl John J. Henderson. K:.<].. St. Auuatlne Moo. W. Uandelake I Joe.: A. Doherty, Cbs,. Ft. lies. HOI-OS Guaranty Ilfeliinlillnr
I And given determination for and I have few worries. So I wiping up the dining room floor.I \ .ii.. my hand and official' Florida. 301 Smith l Hldr, Jacksonville. Fin Florida
: my day.Mr. seal. at stark lo'lul'ld" Atty. for Flf 8-20 4t (-11 Atty. for Pit.: 8-20 4t -10 p&aek.onVIII"20 .
this MayOFFlCIAt. Atty. for 41 6l
steed knowing that life can be hard. do suddenly found tears In my and Mrs. Coleman Dees I?. 1949. t .

If life i la trying surely I should not want things in life just too eyes. Tears for my lost dreamsof and children of Branford visited< I < SEAL) A. J. Thomas

fall easy lest I be soft and spoiled. I youth and all dreams of the Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry last fly Haven Croibv.All Clerk D. of C. said Court

Without a word of laughter always once told a young man that life young who like myself have weekend. I (liuMdlnir.'ha.. II. li.... 104-05 iiusrntyttf..

:' near he would find now after collegewas dreams and may lose them as Malcolm Lewis and Claude I Atty. fur Plf.Jacksonville 520 Florldn 4t .io,

And constant songs within my not easy. Life in general wasa most of us do. Tears for the Crosby spent last weekend ,I In -

heart to guard struggle full of .ups and downs. young who do not know the going Tltusville. !.. Circuit ("*..... llraafvrd c....,.. ELECTRIC
Flarlriat !. <(< .....>..".
Against the jeopardy of doubt He replied. "Life is what you may be hard as life passes. No Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey Mllla Jo .tlla 1'urvln, rinlnllff. va
and fear.I make it." I know the old saying one told me and I found out the (ll.by Franklin Purvla, Defendant
visited Mr. Rose Jordan of Jacksonville C'a.. No. Till.Onlrr >
and so replied "Perhaps it Is so, hard Now I no longer search
must weep a few tears If life way. Sunday of Fubllratloej and Nolle. II
Is hard. but I have so often found that to for happiness. I have found It at to Appear
II T ." T..1 .. .
Mr. 0' .
and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and I"LIRIlA
the great hearted. life Is often my back door. In love of those I (rilnhy Franklin l'unla.ho.... ail-
If life is easy always must I what other people make It. One live with of the song of birds. Iva Mae Lewis and children visited dw.H I I. JIM ":nat Waldburn Street,
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes of Hnvnnnah a..orirla:
,7 be can be ever so cheerful and try the smell of coffee In the early You are required In appear on
"
Watching lest smugness and to be happy and those you work morning. the beautiful trees and Dukes Sunday.Mrs. .Tun 20. .1944. In tho above named

,;,, complacence creep I with are grumpy the sun has a the wind as It sings a lullaby song. Mike Tilghman and son Court"",'k. divorce and "..u.care.., ,whoroln rtintodv. plaintiff* control '

(, Around my. soul until they en hard time shining in your heart. So I repeat! of Gainesville visited Mrs. 9. M nf minor chlMrpn., Bradford I .
I County Tvl.
Kraph shell publish this
So let me stop, for I have not Mott.Monday. Ord...r In next four weekly I l 1..II.a.,
I II' )1 before Guy Jones of Tampa visited I Wllnemi tny h"nan,. official

The others, surging onward to- Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry last "jnl 1941.nt Stark. Klorldn, thin May6KF1CIAI

ward what goal? weekend.Mr. < IIF: \1.> A. 3. Thnmaa.
and Aa Clerk of laid. Court
Mrs. O. R. Gano and
And is here. I well fly Haven
peace am Crosby D. C.
+ content. son of Gainesville visited Mr. and (Inn. W. !Dnndolakp Jo.. A. Pohorly, \ "
Mrs. R. F Gano Sunday. S II'l Smith, Itldn.' Jackannvlllo. Kla 15 EASY /
This afternoon Don Is buryingan Atty. for Plf. 8-20 4t '.10
Mrs. C. E. Brown. of Webster -

'.f\\ Hom _<3wntd onJ Qpnrotocf. fcy old lady 98 years old. She is relieving R. F. Gano, S. A. L. !. 4'lriilt. Court, tlradford County,. REDDY KILOWATT
was born in Norway. Came over Klorldat la hnnrvry.
Agent for a few days. harry, A. Ht..tk. Plaintiff ,... Cora ASU
here Your Electric Servant
J. F. JAUDON a young lady. She has rear Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and H Stark rfiiidint.! Cim" No. 73311
ed a nice family at boys and girls Order ..( r>uhll<*atl...n Jt N....,. to
children have moved to their new ""...... STAlK' t>K 1'1.0H.n toi1'oia &Il
115 West Call) St. Starke, Fla. who are good citizens. I whispered home In Starke. We wish them K Rtarke. whoae rpKldxnc. .. In
i "Bless our heart," as I closed much (not MHdlauii Btroet 'llmlnif, toil,
happiness there. Delawnre,
I' the tired eyes and folded the We are very glad to know that You are: required to appear. on
Complete line Auto Accessories Tires I work worn hands. Age is always little June 27. 11149. In the flioe minn-d. UTOMATIC CONTROLS GIVE

q Batteries Outboard Motors Fishing 'beautiful and sweet to me. My Betty Ann Long Is getting Court and cnuiie. wherein plaintiffHneka / ,
along fine and la her dlvorxj ITHflfnrd County /
over
1 Tackle Radios Bicycles And Hundreds heart la always touched by their tlon. She opera. Telrirraph nhnll publish: 111. Oi'dur EXTRA LEISURE TIME!
receives her mall at In next four weekly: lust,,.. ". .
of other items passing. the address of 522 N. Broadway, ,'Wltnemi. mv hnnd, and official ;
FLORIDA NEWS My dear Baltimore Md. "'"I at Htarke, Klurlilii" tills May
,
lB.!( 1949.
friend Etta Fowler at Hawthornehas Friends of R. T. McDavId will (OFFICIAL. SEAM A. J. Thon.a II' I

j had arthritis and Is better at be glad to learn that he has returned An Clerk of said Court. .
Ry 1 Ifnven( Cnmby, D. C.: #
CONWAY'S SERVICE STATION this writing. She has so many to his home here after a lU II. Huiu-an. loll Lynch. fill lid. I I d UDGETS GET A BREAK. .. WHILE :"
UK', Ja.>kH,.nvllle!
good things to eat from her gar. few days In the Alachua Klorliln

t AMOCO Gas & Oil Electric: Welding:] den. She Is expecting<: her son whois Hospital.We County Ally for I'It, 5-S7 4t ,.17In PRICES IN GENERAL SOARED,

e _ In the Air Corps over In the regret very much the death (Irrnlt Court llmdrurd <1'oanty.<
& Batteries .Ktnrldai. .. ..........,.. ELECTRICITY STAYED
Washing Creaming Tires Tube : Are Marianas Islands home soon. She of Rev. G. E. McGauley of Pa. <<- CHEAP//
JV. M. Dunn 1lalntirr.K.
I.eta
Sold on BfDGET PLAN. fully agreed with me about being latka on June 2. He had once linn lu-fciiilant., Cumi No. 7138. .
PHONE 147 FOR SERVICE happy and taking care of ones lived here for several Order or .'...11........ oil Notice. to :
was ,
years """..... ','.>\'r.J OK Kl.Oltlllt" tol
own babies. Only the Mother pastor of our Missionary Baptist L.ca Idinn. whose rpHldonue I.You la
whose son is far away and grown 'Church and was a teacher In Uoiite i: MCKRC.:, (leorxla:: II,
our .
RIDE FLORIDA GREYHOUND BUSSES are rmiulred to .
can appreciate the lost baby days. Junior High School. He Is the June. 17. IB4'i In the above appear named on : :

SPEED SAFETY COMFORT ECONOMY From Middleburg letter from father of Mrs. Roy Green. Court.....k... and"I Ivor.CUIIHV-... TTadford wherein plaintiff County, I:" OOLER, CLEANER, SAFER. .

Mamie Lou Johns. School will A. I.. Crews and family visited Telcitraph Khali, publish, this Order : CC.

\LEARN TO FLY the easy way. Pay as\ soon be out. Sister Hazel is at Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry Sunday In Wit"float..four. my weekly hand: :Imiuea.and official .. i-i t.$. NO SMOKE OR SOOT//

\ home for a time. She sees my Saul. l at Hturke, Florida. this May .'p',..
you [earll. Special charter trips and sightseeing teacher Colea Griff and says Bill Conely and family of Lees- 20.' 1949.OFKICIAf.. ;: ...
% ( SKAt.) A. J. Thou,.., :
\ trips by appointment. Phone 117.\ she is fine. I no love Colea my burg visited Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Aa Clvrk of Raid Court. ." '
primary teacher at Clay Hill now 1 Barry last weekend. ly Haven ('."ob", D C. ,. CI !
Ally, for I-If. 5-!? 4t 8-17 .
lives at Middleburg. Mrs. R. O. Pearson. Monroe t .
I In ( ......11 Court. llrndford County. :
Pearson
CLAY HILL and wife
Rev. Clarence and
Russell l I
Florida, In kaneerr.. ,. NEW STREAMLINED ELECTRIC RANGES TO FIT VERY KITCHEN
0 Knight married Louise Wilkinsonand Pearson all of Dayton, Beach,, llvltyo' Jo :IVnm, 1'lalntlff, vs Hher "!

Floyd Johns. Instead of Rev. visited Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown L 7331.mnn, J. I iIi m, .Ui-fendaiit.: Case No .. / : AND BUDGET/ ARE NOW IN PLENTIFUL SUPPLY. SIC YOUR DEALERt

Strickland. Mra. Walter Lang of Sunday. Mrs. Pearson Is a sister Order ., Publication. Jt Notice. toAppear. .....,. J
Lutz of Mr. "TATM OK 'I.O'U'>\ .... '
Is visiting her mother Mrs. Brown. '
Our Farm tUirrnmn, J. urn, ,,,,, whoa rnsldenu .
Bessie Strickland. Mrs. Louie la HuiUKUit, Arkansasi. .
Carter Decoration You are required t.> appear' on
npent Day with Deeds RecordedThe June, J7 1949. In I lie atuivu namniCourt FLORIN\ PO\fElm\ ( vOJIPm
her daughter. Mrs. Bernice MOH-, : and' cause wherein plaintiff "
MachineryService seeks dlvorio & restnrntli, :>n of
ley, at Highland. Nice letter from following deeds have been maiden han,.. Ilradford, County .

Bernice who Is busy these days. recorded at the County Court Teliiirraph shall I publish' this Order *
Richard has beans to harvest. house: I In, nnt four. weekly isa.,.,. nil
Wltnesx
my bund and official
Lrla Mae Carter had a birthday! i Benonl L. Sprague of Starke to seal at Stark, Florida' this May .
.1j May 23. She writes the weather. George S. Cox 214. 1949. a. _. .
of Starke: lots 2 (.,.OFFICIAL : A. .T. Thomas'
Is hot and it Is dry. Clarence and 4 and E 1-2 of lot 3 In Blk. As.liNk:? of said Court: I -
,'I' ----.: Knight has had Hv haven Crosby. n (?.
In his 1
poisoning of the Johns' sub-div
; of the NE .
( I I (:'has K Hess. 204-05) (luwranty Life
hand. I believe. 1-. of NE 1-4 of Sect. 33 In Twp. lliilldlriK I Jucksunvllln i Florida' I
time and Attv. for Plf. 5-27 4t -l1all SHOP & SAVE AT YOURJITNEYJUNGLE
I -. can save you money HELFI/TL HINTS Try common 6 S, R 22 E. ( for nid_\otlce ... ('0............
.
I Hydrogen peroxide to remove I Louise and N. D. Wainwright Clark, FlorMn
)
Sealed
scorch from clothes when Jr., of Starke to R. E. and LuclleMundorff I ho I Hoard bids of public Kill bn 0 nat lerelved ruct i.n hv of

HEADQUARTERS Just what it service? Ironing. Dampen and steam press. I of Bradford County lot llrndford. County, Florida at the

< Here's what tee try to do: For clear Ice tea try putting 8 12 of Blk 2 of Dowllng's Park ifflce 11<1 In.I.II'lInll of the I Superintendent. I In Hla'k... of 1"1.I'lilimbllclv '' it.-.

: for teaspoons of tea In a quart jar of Sub-Dlv. III' to .0 ..'clock. ,'M.. N $.T.. W..iiilolty -
.1'"n.. i 9. I 194n. al whh-h liu.in.l
Ford Tractor
., Ford Tractors Keep every cold water. Shake up and put, in Arthur W. McLean of Hamptonto place .1111 "hiN .......Iv." will I...

and every piece of refrigerator. It will brew. C. I... Magoon of Arkansas. and ., niened| and read aloud for
urnlHhlnic all material, and. labor
parts and accessories Dearborn Farm Equipment I am making another pinafore Starke: Filling station at Hamp .Hid, """.",",'lInl I ,< ID CII ."'"I.Ion offonr
......... ,. .
ton Junction .1. to Clarke while. .
working at top efficiency of bright print to wear when my on Road 301. I arhool 1 plant. .....k.* Florida.

Dearborn Farm and be Johnny. sinter comes visiting about week W. L. Meeker of Duval Co., to Any bid received' after thi specl Phone 231

Equipment and parts on-the-spot when something after next. Happy dayl It Is C. P. Kinchen of Jacksonville, lot : find time I and dnte will I I not be con.sldered. Free Delivery !

June time. My garden Is grow- 12 in Unit 2 of Indian Beach l iOteii bid. ntust ha accompanied' bvn

:; Expert service goes wrong. ing. Digger Is fine. Willie bird Dlv. sUb-I tha certified amount. check of five or per hid cent, bond of. thebtisa In SPECIALS .FIIIUAV & SATURDAY! JUNE( 10 & I It I

I p Some of service is sings. I have two wrens In the S B. Hoaklns of Duval Co., hid as icuitrnnlee Ihnt I h. bid.inmruciion ', .

,: Fanning i information I free our costs only for little boxes. How good to be a- IIa[ R. Pridgen of Alachua Co., lot d.'r within, if awari-.I t.:,, r'ioeliiiy.:.: the cntra.t c.apninr will,

; some live. My garden la growing we 23 of Indian. ] Beach, Bradford Co.aerv'e" duiys sCOur wrltit.n: ".. bring ivu'nof Pure (In (;lass) Any Brand
.. ,
,
the parts; some requires a had a big rain. Cod bless all. ni.'h awtrt. mntor mt. wrlttf.nl'nfltrnvt
you
\ to the With Ih.. 110111., .f I'iiiiu. l
FFA.
reasonable labor charge. Love, Lura. or' iTanroril I ('.,u a ty,
Honor guest of the conventionwill Florhla. In .ncrordanca. with this accepted 59C TALL MILK lOc
But you'll find us fair be Doyle Conner of Starke. bid. and wlva .a contract auretv LARDgallon -
S
f S S S S S S S .
_ _ we want to keep on serv- National President of FFA. A I an bond amount HatlHfactory equal. I to to onn mild hundred 1t..1"n -

_ ing you for a long time. HeilbronnHy i 1 large delegation from the Bradford pnr No cent'bidder 0 f the mnv, contract wlthdniw'prlva' his, hid, _ _ _ _ 'C

Chapter will also attend. for .a 'period. "..f thlrtv days after
oulte. Norman I:the date" set for t the openlnv there. III-UP
.
,.
DIXIE EQUIPMENT Inc. -. S S S S S C S for NOTICEItookA high .Mhonl. students. I All, work with shall. nliinii be, Hoeulflcniloiisand done, In accotiiunce Uncolored
I
The Hellbronn Home Demonstra. and adult, at the It.ll.s. contract ilocumenta relativethereto OLEOMARGARINE lb. lie FLOUR 25 lb. 1.89
1.lbrarY'1 whh'h may be exumlmfd at -
1436 West :Main Street South tion Club met Wednesday of last -0:00: -:3:00.: ) Monday-"' [ the offlcn of the ""rln..n"t. of ,
week at the home of Mrs. Louise I'uhlli* I I.1151. ." ,,'11..11.I Htarke, Klorldn.or .
Make oh! clamp padn. work like .at the office of. I Hanford, W. loin
Phone 2639 Gainesville. Fla. Norman. A demonstration of Arihltxrt. lulneevllle, Kliirldn Una -
new with our rubber stamp pad set .of Much .
tufting bedspreads and pillow tops ) plans" lit contrni-t locilntpnttt -
Ink. Four color*. 35o per Jar. Bradford fk. forme" for blddlriic, I may, be HP.
wan given by Miss ROBS and refreshments cured by rleneral Contractora. from Blue RoseRICE Limited Amount Scott's
were served by the County Telegraph. either !of said 1 iiffu-ea _bv dnpoalllnKtherewith '

gveRy1WMS14O hostess. The next meeting will ... Clrrmlt (......r*. Bradford c.....,..I ($10001' In the"'"..h Hum or. of money Ten Dollars order
.I be at the home of Miss Rosa 11''........ !. C ........,.. which .depoelt, will be refunded.. upon. 2 lb. - 25c TISSUE 2 for 25c
3/se, INCVPINtI ;: Clifford Hardy. Plaintiff' vs. Ml. submission. of a bona. Yule. bid and' ,
Moore. llan Hardy, Defendant. Case Mo.Or'drr return of said .plans and contract. ,

: A WOMDfRPUt Mr. and Mrs. B. J.. Eggers returned 7111.: at Publication. ..* .' .tIc. documents in ten duy,i In after Kood the nondltlon data. set with.foropenlns

home Sunday after spend .. "..... I ; the bid*. Any .",lIl1on.1
DREAM Ofi T A T K OP sets requested for other
K I. W III r> 1 tol purposes
"'' ing three we\ki with her parents lIllian Hardy whom, residence. In: than: the submission, : of n bid will
cjax 6'Rl Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman.Mr. J509 .*th' Ave 'Glandule, lAiitf be furnished at the actual mat ofdiinllcstlnn "33" BLEACH, quart tOe KLEENEX TISSUE
27e
land. New ynrillYou I but without refundBidders' 1g.
and Mrs. W. T. Tlllla and Ie-I
are required to appear riirallf' leal Ions "mud, hsatlwfactory <. ,
80n. Arson and daughter Mar- June. '0. "49. In the above n.n, to the Hoard nf ""hllo'n.lr."tlon CLOROX . 15c
Court und cause, wherein plaintiff of llradford, County, quart
,1 garette were recent visitors of eeks divorce. Ifradford County Florida Small 18c
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Norman. Telerraph mall publish this Order The Hoard nf fublln instruction
In nest four weekly Issues of Hradford Cuiintv, FlnrMn. reserves -
Mm. "". C. demons, Sr., and Witness my hand anil official i I tha rlffht. tn waive Informalities .
11 granddaughter, Connie demons I In any bid and to reject any
II or all hlda. I 16 ot: Armour'
visited her daughter. Melba near .
I The Hoard of Puhllo InstruiT Math. Sue MIX(
Tallahassee last weekend.H. finn of llradford CoUnty

C. Edwards and son. Tolbert, WELDING i Florida.Hy II.' P. Morcan Secretary. PORK & BEANS2for25c

of Jacksonville visited relatives In S-JT 3t ,-,0 Toilet Soap 2 for.. 21 c

this section Sunday. I ..________ I "F ,
We are sorry to report that
r'I
i Mrs. W C. demons Jr.. is In the _ --

,'_ hospital and we hope she will soon II .1' (1 Mu llerH KlbowMACARONI 1?

J'I be home ag3ln.Ferguson : BANANAS 3 lb. 25c
j ::< FLOOR\\ -

To Receive II I- gandizigJ pkg. lOc Fresh TOMATOES lb. 19c
"'e offer tile people of Starke : ,
$QCi4 GOOD Beer.a / State Farmer DegreeAt


FFA Convention I and \trinity one of the most I: or' I .9


01 The price of beer can be loaded with v. R, Ferguson, vocational agriculture 'niod"rn and fInest equipped ; Smoked Fresh: Dreaded & Drawn Florida
1; i ALSO .'AINTING
freight or it can be loaded with flavor.If Instructor at BBS and Advisor welding shop anjrwhere. '

cf you'd rather buy flavor instead of to the Bradford Chapter AND! REDECOKATINO SAUSAGE lb. 19c FRYERS lb. 52c
-
-
Future Farmera of America will
', freight buy JAX Beer. JAX is especial All Work GuaranteedSMITH'S FOR ESTIMATE WRITE ,
-ct of the South- be awarded the honorary State
Jy tailored to the tastes II. P. McKELVEYP.O.
east. And because you don't pay extra farmer Degree at the organiza GARAGEAND
Dos zeaSTARKE. Assorted
tion' 21st Annual State Conven- Good
for freight get FIVE bottles of JAX .
you tion In Daytona Beach, June 13-17. FLA.
; for the price of FOUR bottles! of "Lon IDistancc" MACHINE SHOP
; beer.j.tKivimui. Ferguson was notified this New Work, Old Work. And COLD CUTS lb. 37c White BACON
; shipped; week .by Donald Burch State FPA Temple At*. Starke ALL Work GUARANTEED! lb. 23cFRIDAY.

President! of his election for the
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r: hortorary award for "outstanding ,., -,.

f. _411 ntwim. IU"U' none.






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FAGK F017R ., BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.!: 8TARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. JUNE 10. I9<9Office


e Jefferson Program Baptist WMU Circles Wilson Home Scene Birthday Party Hear Book Review will Stump's be used store.to enter These a wrappers National!

I r I Features Annual Met TuesdayThe Of Stork ShowerThe At Holliday HomeMrs. Members of the Junior Woman's contest for premiums.for Plans wets,.
also discussed a June dane.

r tt U.D.C. Picnic, monthly WMU Circle meetings spacious lawn at the home A. N. Holliday entertained Club held at their the club regular house monthly Thurs Mrs. L. O. Powell presented .a

of the Baptist church were of Mrs Ira Wilson was the scene Thursday afternoon of last week meeting book review "None But Th.
r The annual picnic and monthly evening of last week.
held Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 of stork shower Monday nightat day Brave" by Marshall.
c business meeting of the W. T. : a for her son, Arthur who ;was celebrating urgedto !
o'clock. 8 o'clock, honoring Mrs. Zeke Members and friends are Hostesses for the
Weeks, Chapter of the UDC took his fifth birthday anniversary evening Woare
place at the home of Mrs. I. N. Circle Two met at the home of Dryden. save box tops from Duz soap. Mrs. J. W McTntosh: Jr., Mrs

Gladys Mooty ItealtleacePhoae Breazeale on Kingsley Lake, Wednesday Mrs. E. D. Tenly with Mra. W. L.Andrews Seats were arranged for the Children's games were playedin Ivory flakes and the wrappers T. W. Attaway. Mrs. Billy\ Jackson

Phone 29 Editor 33 June 1. leader, presiding; Plans, fifty-four guests In a semicircle.The the yard during the afternoon, from Camay soap and ..urn them Mrs. N. P. Joiner and MM
were made for the members to gift table was covered with a followed Into Miss Lillian Stump at Harold Bishop.
.. .. .. I A delicious chicken dinner with by the serving of Ice
-- - - -
lace cloth and the table
go to the State Prison Thursday over was
cake cream and cake. The youngsterswere
home made Ice cream and
Miss Durling Is Leslie-Hall Marriage was enjoyed by the members and afternoon to put on a program for an umbrella covered with pink given little baskets of candy I
and blue flowers.
baskets
the prison Inmates. Large and a handkerchief as favors. Yes The Tourists And Transients Like
Beauty Contestant guests. were, filled with white and pink
Mrs. A. of
Harry Anthony Tho program chairman, Mrs.
4f Starke announces the marriage of After a program of quite a A. J. Thomas, gladioli, and the rock garden was Assisting Mrs. Holliday In car Our Food. .
Misa Mary Elizabeth (Betty) number of folk songs and piano presented a pro decorated with gardenias ing for the 30( little guests were
her daughter, Juanlta Hall, to "Witnesses
on For Christ"
Durling of Jacksonville was chosen music, the regular business meet- gram Mrs. Jones Mrs. t Rut we still have time to cater
t Russell Leslie) In Folkaton, Ca, with Mrs. W. L. Andrew Mra. Ruby Mrs. Lester Merrill Struth. Mrs. O. L.
C as a beauty contestant to on May 10. Ing was called to order by the E. D. Tenly and Mrs. Thomas take Slade, and Mrs. B. T. Thomas Haynes and Mrs. Arthur Holli- '. to the home folks We appreciate
I represent the Alpha Chapter of president Mrs. L. A. Davis. Mrs assisted Mrs. Dryden In openingthe b
ing part. day, Sr.B&P.W.. f
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority at the WOW NOTICE Louise Hunt Kite: and Mrs. Leila many lovely gifts. your business and always
State Convention In Daytona Sapp Mundy were Introduced aa Mrs. Tenly assisted by her Late In the evening Mrs. Wilson .
to friends
try please our at home.
Beach June 1012. There will be no Woodman Circle new members' and Mrs. A. C. Dur- daughter, Joan served refreshment served refreshments, assisted Dance

1i Miss Durling 'is the daughterof meetings during the month of den, Mrs. R. P. ,Stubblna and Mrs. during the social hour. The by Mrs. T. C. Chastaln Mrs. P. Postponed To 17
C. A. Durling of Hampton and June because of the Daniels Re J. R. Hill and .the hostess were July meeting will be with Mrs.A. 9. Denmark, Mrs. Novls Ward. June

granddaughter of the late Mrs. viva! Eunice Wilson, Prenl welcomed as .guests.Delegates J. Thomas. Mrs.\. Palmer Williams, and Mrs. The regular student dance Still Serving Our Famous Business Men'sLUNCH

r E. B. Dees of Starke dent. elected to attend the 'Lester Kite. sponsored by the B ,& P W Clubat I 50c
Circle Three
-------..-..-..- .- _.._- annual convention, which meek was entertained by the usa :will be postponed until -
----- Mrs. Jesse Newsome with 18
In West Palm Beach on October members and two visitors Miss Sylvia MorseIs 1 next Friday evening June IT, I GUIDON GRILLGEO.
'11 were Mrs J. R. Wainwright pres. so as not to interfere with the
ent. The Circle was to Stetson GraduateSylvia
r f The World's Resources-" and Mrs. E. K. Perryman, the welcome Mrs. V. V. Hnzcn happy of Kindergarten graduation taking KOPELOUSOS
alternates being Mrs. W. G. Hallo place this evening.
Starke, formerly of Brooker, Into Ann Morse daughter of
and Mrs. George Roberts. The
1 the group. Mr. and Mrs. William R.. Morse
,
NEAR AS OURPRESCRIPTION delegates to attend the general
Mrs. R. A. Thomas led the devotional of Starke, was graduated with the
UDC convention In New Orleans, I
"Christian Witnessing". bachelor of arts degree from JohnB.
ROOM La., from Nov. 6 to 11 were Mrs
Taking part on the program were Stetson University Monday,
A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. O. L. Beas I
Mrs. H. S. Boyer and Mrs. S. E. June 6. Ann Page
ley; alternates are Mrs. J. W
Sparks, concluded by sentence An honor roll student Miss FREE Parking!
Kincaid and Mrs. L. F. Chapman.The
prayers. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Morse .was active In student organizations
nominating committee composed leader, presided over the business at Stetson. She served Salad

of Mrs. J. R. Wainwright session Community Missions for as secretary of International While Shopping At DressingQT.

VIrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs. E. K. the month will be prayer and per- organization for women, and wasa
t sonal service. Collection was 27. student hostess for two years.
pvat Perryman presented the followIng -
t
50 with a special collection of She was a member of the Worn.pn' [ Food Store QT. 4Sc Pt. 15c
y names for election to office .
; I Ia $10.00The Recreational Association

for the coming year: president. next meeting will be with Dormitory House Council Baptist __

Mrs. O. L. Beasley; first vice Mra. 11. A. Lawson, July 5 Dur- Student Union and Independent .

Li president, Mr.. J. M. Brownlee; ing the social hour the hostess. Political party for students In Heavy
Syrup White muse Evaporated' l
served a dessert course. Mlas Morse majored In sociology
: second vice-president, Mrs. E. L.
at Stetson and plans to enter A&P PEACHES No. 2Y' 31c Milk 3 tall
6
can small 34c
or
t Matthews: secretary Mrs. George Miss Watterson State welfare work. She hopes cans,
Roberts; treasurer Mrs. W. J. to attend graduate school later. I

Chandler; historian Mrs. L. G Honoree ,At Shower Ann PageTomato Nutley Oleomargarine lb. 20c
,
,t Powell; registrar, Miss Olive Ray;
tlC ,. N. Davis KETCHUP 14 18c
recorder of crosses, Mrs. E. K. Miss Harvene Watterson, bride. J. Family oz.

Perryman; and chaplain, Mrs. W elect of June 19, was honor guest Enjoys ReunionThe .Iona Cut Green Beans No. 2, 15c

< t6 v'.r n"'IFp G. Halle. The above were unanimously Tuesday evening at a lingerie Ion a Tomato Juice, 46 oz. 23c
; j elected. shower at the R. R. Crosby homo. family of Mr. and Mrs.
lona Flour 25 lb. .
The highlight of the day was Hostesses for this delightful affair N. J. Davis of Graham held their 1.49
the historical program on Jefferson were Miss Haven Crosby and Miss annual reunion Sunday June 5. Sunnyfield Corn Flakes, 11 oz. 14c

Davis, his family and home. Mary Ella Ward. I Dinner was spread on tables Slmn)fi..1..

Mrs. L. O. Powell read an Inter- Colorful arrangements of glad- under the large oak trees on the Ann 'age Pan Cake Mix
loll and front lawn at Later In the 20 oz. 13c
noon.
: ring paper on hla> life, Mrs fern were used throughout Royal I Ann Cherries No. 1 33c
Davis told .of his last home and the home forming the decorations afternoon those attending were ,
for the occasion. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davis
\' presented a number of pictures lona Flour, 5 Ib. - 33c
e of the same, his monument In The dining room table was over- at a swimming party and watermelon Ann Page Peaunt Butter, Ib. 35c
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Montgomery, Ala., and others. laid with an Imported lace cloth cutting.
'Iis.. Davis also read a poem and was center d with an arrangement Those who gathered for this enjoyable -

YOU physician gives you a pr :' tion-juJf a little titled "My White Folks". ep- of) pink glndloll In a event ,were Mr. 'and Mrs. | Ion Ann Page Tomato Soup

of paper- but to compound it correctly our The president thanked the different cryHtal bowl surrounded\ by fern- J. C. Davis and children of Hampton a Flour
pharmacists may have to draw upon the world's re committees for their ery. Bridal napkins/ decoratedwith Lake, Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
sources.It is not uncommon for prescription to require splen. miniature bride and groom Bushloper and children of Green
did work In
drugs and chemicals gathered from a score of countries and Mrs. Brownlee arranging very the graciously picnic- were used and Individual white ''Cove Springs Mr. and Mrs. N. E. 10 Pounds 63c 3 Cans 27c

purified blended and compounded as only skilled pharmacist : 1 thanked Mrs. Breazeale for allowing paper cups holding mints and Davis and son of Durham N. C., x

] know how to make the medicine thct ''", nuts were Arranged around the Mr. and Mrs.V.. A. Davis of .... .. .
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fits needs. We take centerpiece. A delicious South Carolina Basil Ralph, and
your pride in having: an.*!? f:?C.J: meeting In her home. The dessert i "
make this course was served Alvin Davis all of Graham; Mr. t
to possible.KOCH hnpter adjourned until Oct. 5. following the Bui/.A.CP's. Famous'SUPERRIGHT'MEATS Garden Fresh
playing of several bridal games. and Mrs. Creaton Simmons of
Winners In these contests Raleigh N. C.. and Miss Betty
were
NOW! The hall point pen the Mrs. J. C. Sapp Miss Harvene Juan Jones of Graham FRUIT
&. VEGETABLESWinesap
DRUG STORE world ualfml f o r \VATEB-
IAN-.S' with long-Ufa Watterson and Mrs. Archie EI- The members of the family and
cartridge.
guests are looking forward to another
In tMaiitlful rolorM. Only I fl. land.The hostesses enjoyable reunion next Apples 2 Ib. 29c
presented the year. sm.
mull> nice, jiutt right for ladle ,
] PHONE 53 andhag. Bradford County J guest of honor with a white car- Best Western Trimmed Beef:

..... .. Telegraph. nation corsage and a lovely white Methodist Circles
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Assisting lace me nightgown.hostesses In serv- Organize For YearThe Sirloin Steak, lb. 85c Fresh Corn 6 for 25c.
T-Bone Steak lb. 95c
Vig the 25 guests were Mrs. Paul .
three circles of the Methodist -

A LETTER OF GREAT INTEREST TO ALL Melva Faulkner Galloway, Mrs. Robert and Misses Ward.Frances Mrs.. WSCS met Monday afternoon Chuck Roast. lb. 55c t

and Glenda Crosby. In the educational building Ground Beef, Ib. 43c ,
fWoman's or their first meeting of the new Fresh Tomatoes lb. 19c
conference Hostesses
year. were ,

OWNERS OF AUTOMOBILES Auxiliary Mrs. W. O. Halle, the new president Sunnyfield Bacon, lb. 55c "
Plans Bake Sale ; Mrs. L. D. Vining, vice-
president and the three new circle 2 IPoundverage WeightWatermelons

-- - The St. Mark's Auxiliary held leaders: Mrs. Bertha Pearce, Gold Coin SI. Bacon, Ib. 47c I
Its regular monthly meeting Mon No.1: Mrs. L. D. Green No.2; each 89c f

P. O. Bo41, day evening at the home of Mrs.O. and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright No. 3. Cooked Short Shank Reutly-To-Eat I

Keystone' Height. Fla. L. Beasley. The meeting was Mrs. i.. P. Shepherd gave the 1
May 23, 1949 opened by the directress Mrs. devotional and Mrs. Titus Olson Picnic HAMS, lb. 4Sc'SuperRight' Half 45c
Mattie Gahagan with devotional discussed the pledge service for --- Quarter 23c

t followed by the Lord's prayer. the year. Quantities of spring

B. F. Goodrich Company A bake sale was planned for flowers were used In decorating.Each Milk Fed Veal :

Can| Farm Hiitm & Auto Supply Co., Saturday morning between 10 and circle held a separate Iceberg Lettuce 2 heads 19c
business session with electionof Chuck ,
Sturkr, Fla. 12 o'clock at the former Central an Roast, Ib. 49c
Dry Good's store on E. Call street. officers, after which refreshments Rib
\ltmilon: Mr Guy Andrew. Home made cakes pies and candy were served by the host Chops, Ib. 69c New Tex. Onions
2 lb. 15c
will be featured. esses. Sirloin Steak, lb. 73c t

Ucnttenwn: After the business meeting Mrs.
O. L.. Beasley gave a report on Long: \\hit" I.
On April 22, 1940, I purchased. four B. F. Gixxlrlrh. Seal-O-hlatic Tubrlrn Tire and the District meeting of the Auxiliary 1 si -y"} Quick Froz. Perch fillets 33c Calif. Potatoes lb.
29c
had name mounted on mv runt the following tiny, April 23. A few days prior to In Palatka last month. She -

tills pun-haw I had read. an article In The Kemlors. ItlgrHt abort this new type reported that a very Interesting Make his dream ) WeHtrrn End Cut lb. 1

I tiro and decided to nt, clove work carrion that discussion wall made aa to how
try a my ni over areas hate many Carrots 2 bunches
I the Pork Loin Roast Chops 55c for 19c
nail. laying In the ruaiH. It l" not unusual fur im to have an many a.. nixpitnrtiireH : Auxiliary meetings should be t' come true or .
I carried out from the
: per work and Mltl..m"hI. I hate IPIM. than thrwi In a week. Th.* thought larger
Churches down to the small Missions l IIr..M.MMl. and Drawn
I of getting puncture-proof. lirvn. were alniont untx-llvvaMi*. 94e. Walnuts 4 .
A letter was read by Mrs. .... a oz. can 35c

On :May 2. 1949 while riding( dunn l a strut, my rear right whe.>l ran over a click Cahagan; from Bishop Arthur Lea : Florida Fryers, Ib. 53c

and I heard air ewaplnji and slopped tut cam at. |Mmnlbli> and discovered. mimesplluten of Kobe, Japan concerning the Sliced Dried Apples, 8 oz. 23c
need for a woman's .. ..... ..
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sticking out of the tin Th< tire wan about half down when I otoppml. but ----- .
Donations ---- ..
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were made to this --
the air could no longer b., heard e5, ('aping.-. Immediately rephweil, thin. wheel with fund.
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my spare and was again on. my way. Thus happened. about one u'rlork In the A salad course was served by R1i lona :Xo. 2 Golden' Cream Corn can 13c: Swift's Canned IIAMIiURGER:\ 45c

i, .afternoon and about five-fifteen that afternoon. on my way homo from the office I the hostess during the social hour.

wont by jour place. to sue what adjustment could Iw mute, If any. It tvait noroiuiaryto
Dexo Shortening 3.1]b. 79c
remove the valve core and. allow quite a bit of air out before the tint could txUnmounted. > can Cracker Jack
pkg. _ 4c
I ( Till. wan amazing, but the rllmiix realty came when we discovered ahottril .

2 Inches. wldo, B Inchon long and 1,2, Inch thick Inutile the .....Inar. ThU boaril MARCIA JUNIOR
Our Own Tea 1 Ib. 91c
lied icon all the way through the tire and only.a few uplliiter wen vliahlc' from. the BY LADY FAIR i Angelus Marshmallows
18c
..u..I.. .. Upon examining the Innlile of the ruling wo found that the .dealing ubotanro -

:. hail completely rotered over the Injured spot thereby preventing all of the BEAUTY SHOP r Our
Own Tea Half-Pound 47c
air from eco-.plnl It would have Ix-eu hard for me to believe that a board that big Chum's

could have jrone. through a tiro and air mill have remained In the tire If I hail not Caramel Corn 9c

Vw r Morn It with my own eym.I I Lux Toilet Soap Regular ::.1 bars for 23c
I 1 .a 4L
wish to exprrn' my appreciation for the prompt and <...urte..n" manner, In which ri 1"ti s r_ I CAetTt ,Iwaer Worthmore Orange Flavored Slice

you made tho adjiiitmrfit. without coat to n.... By the way I have not had a single I w est LUX Toilet'Soap, Bath Size 2 bars for 23c 1 round. . . 21c

nail puncture Mince I put on these Tubeless. Tires, and I have entered the name nallInfoHtnl d Mraila _

I area ait I did prior to April 22. If this ginxl. er\lee continue you can bet I 1 9r! Swan
Soap, Regular Size. 2 bars for 17c Nestles
Semi-Sweet
Ie"III bo Goodrich Tubeless Tiro for me from now on. Chocolate Chip

1 Pound . . 23c
:igatn I wish to thank you for jour prompt. adjustment, and lain I Ili Palmolive Soap Bath Size. 2 bars for 23c

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! FRIDAY JUNE 10. 1840 BRADFORD COTTNTT TfXEOBAPII.: STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE CTVB
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,s Mr. and Mrs. Talley Montgom- Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Morgan, I S. L. Peek is flying to New Star Brand shoes all sizes. NOW! The ball point peon the !Small' size Jimt right for lattice

I cry and Mr. and Mrs. E. Dalton Jr., of Ocala were weekend gue-ils York City Saturday to attend the Select them at STUMP'S.: work waited for WATER.MX.N'.S
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White arrived here Wednesdayfrom of Mr. and Mrs. L. IT. Morgan. 11': Rotary convention being held In handbag. Bradford C'o u n I y I
Madison Garden from June : with long-Ufo cartridge.In .
Mrs. W. M. White and daughter Square
John
Atlanta Ga. for tile Recent DeedsA. Telegraph.
. son-Godwin wedding: which takes Miss Eunice 'White arrived Sat. 12 to 16. After the conventionMr. beautiful. color Only I fI.

V place Saturday afternoon. urday from Atlanta. Ga., for a Peek will vacation In Wash. B. Baker Starke to Andrew -
visit with Mrs. White's other ington D. C., for a week.
IN Mr. and Mrs Robert W. Metz- John Schenk of Green
THE Ii
NEWS
Phone 524w..oolow
I ger and daughter. Irene left Friday daughter Mrs. Harley Strong. Mr. and Mrs Junius Smith are Springs, Ohio: 4 1.3 acres In Il BpBp VYDEf SERVICE
Mlsa Eunice White returned on by train for New Sec. l
to' _s 4rrrrrrrr for a visit with relatives In lOavlngtoday 10. Twp. 6 S. R. 22 E. Mra. HartmannFor
I their former home Bridgeport, Sunday while Mrs. White will remain York City to attend the Rotary F.. K. Perryman of Starke to TI.I tToa
Mrs. Miriam Klckllter and Mr. and Mrs Crawford Phillipsof While will attend for ten days. convention. They expect to bu Board of Public Instruction of
Conn
daughter, Miss Dorothy Claire I Bristol, formerly of Starke. the away they International Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and children gone a week. Bradford County: lots oS, 9, 6,
Rotary
. Kltkliter spent the weekend in will come here this weekend to Convention In New York City left Tuesday for Miami to Mitt. Sylvia Morse left Tuesdayfor 7, M, 9, 10. 11, 12. 13 A It of d
Newnan Ga., gueata of Mr. and call for their son Lynn, who has visit Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark for Rldgecrest, S. C., to attend Peok'd Addition to Starke. .
June 13-18 and will also visit in Fine Food Cold Beer and
Mrs. A. W. Hendrlcks. Miss been staying with his grand- before returning three weeks. the Baptist Student Union meet- ,
Sammie Kennedy who was a member mother Mrs. Laura Moseley until Pennsylvania Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Grahamand for two weeks. NOTICE
In about three weeks. Ing
home
of the Newnan High School the end of the school year. family .were in Eustla the Mr. and Mrs. Donald patray of lt.-.. graduating class on June 2, returned Mra. Most-ley will accompany the Attending the MonteithMcGriffwedding early part of the week to attend Library Monday Frl.liiy. 0:30
Gainesville Mrs. Pat-
to her home In Starke Phillips to Bristol for a two week In Eustla Tuesday evening the wedding of Miss Margaret are visiting 3:00.
with her mother and sinter on :were Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGrlff Monteith to G. J. McGrlff, Jr., ray's \Barents Mr. and Mrs. L. O. T.he. .
visit.New and son Pat. Mrs. Y. A. : Hazen this week, until the sum
Sunday.Mr. Tuesday evening. I
I shipment dress fabrics mer session starts at the U of F.
Mr.
and Mrs..Wallace Faulk and Harris Mrs Levy Canova, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp and
by the yard at STUMP'S.Mrs. : .. and Mrs. Lex Green and son Buz- I, Mr. and Mra. D. L. Thomas and
of Hellbronn weekend Blue
Marlon H. Faulk family were
Mrs. spent the IS Drive-in
weekend on Lake Brooklyn at the I S. S. Paul has returnedto zy. Miss Dottle Sue Biggs, and guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. I daughter Seleta have moved to 666foT' Chip
her home In Miamiafter visitIng -
Hitsing Camp. : Mr. and Mrs Leslie Biggs and Mundy, Jr., at Klngsley Lake Keystone Heights.
her
nieces Mrs. J. D. Griffli
son, Bobby. Bertelesen James Ncwsome Is in St Luke'sHospital
Lt. and Mrs. Neal
Mrs. Cella Manassa and :Mrs. and Mrs. R. C. Dumpier for the MALAR A 1liIe: North Starke On Hniford Road
Mrs. W. D. Faxon and daughter and children David and Linda of Jacksonville, where he tom! ,r
F. will return past two weeks
! T. Grady today Donna Dee, are spending this Jackeonvllle were Sunday, guest underwent an operation on his hip I

d from Fernandina Beach where Mrs. W. F. Miles is vacationingthis week with Mrs. Faxon's son-in- of Miss Elma Lee Hlckey. Monday and la doing nicely. His ":! '
N they have been guests of Mr. and week ;with her parents near law and daughter, Capt. and Mrs. $;).9;) dresses just arrived ,mother, who Is a nurse at Shady- - - - -- ------,-------- ------- .1

Mrs. D. B. White. Macon, Ga. At. C. Ford, Jr., In Sumter S. C. :at STUMP'S DEP'T. STORE I crest Hospital, Is spending this'

j George Miller accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale had as week with her son. SHOP at DENMARKS AND SAVE!

his house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ed their weekend guests Mrs. J. H Mr. and Mrs. N. K, Davis of

Myers of Denver Colo., left Mon Sale and Mr and Mrs. Jack Sale Durham, N. C., and Mr. and Mrs J

II 110 THEATRE day for a ,week's trip touring the of Valdosta Ga., and Mr. and Creston Simmons of Raleigh, N. BEAUTIFUL: I I-PIECE. "

STARKE East coast of Florida to Key Mrs. Alton Revell of Tallahassee. C., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. ; .\

West and up the West Coast. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Register N. J. Davis at Graham this week. BEDROOMSUITS Q'a k t
.
Mr and :I.rs. James Deaver are and daughter Miss Catherine Mrs W A. Stern returned ;

Saturday June 11 Tues.. Wed., June 14. 15 visiting Mrs. Deaver's parents, Register of Miami are guests of Monday from St. Louis, boo, and >

DC.UHLK FKATCRK.: DOUBLE FKATL'KK"Sf&fcr Mr. and Mrs. K L. Starling In Mrs. Register's mother,-Mrs. W. F. was accompanied by her daughter, P1 ;! M:1:
Miami this wepk. Godwin. i I Miss Loul'n Stern a Junior In the .

ALLAN LANE Mr. and Mrs. Don Champion Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cox of St. Louis Institute of Music
"Rocky" 4 NEW TC4Mwm 1
And Nh SIolllo.lLACI .. .; A MEW yjl 1 r a: have as their guests for ten days, Atlanta, Ga., and Dallas, Texas who will spend the summer vacation S89.95Pouter I
( JAC. ROBERT TAYLOR Mr. Champion's relatives from were overnight! guests of Mr. and at her home here.
Tulsa Okla.? Mr; and Mrs. Leo Mrs. Edwards Burns lust week. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Walker and Iti-tl t t

AVA GARDNER .e Champion, Mr. and Mrs. Harry John R. Boring of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Walker of s

i IE M's' tptclKilH mililrim u ilHim GUI-belt and daughter, Diana Kay j I nephew of Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. I Savannah Ga., were weekend Modernunlty.. Chest, n ;vr
and Mrs. W. B. Thompson and Brown, Is the guest of the Browns guests of Mr. and Mis. l'wellLitwson.

CHARLES LAUGHTON sons Donnie and Billy Dean. at Klngsley Lake this week. John Ami Il4'nrli ,. !" r .,.

f VINCENT PRICE Mr. and Mrs. Kd Dahmer, Mrs. graduated with the highest scholastic I Mr. and Mra. C. L. Curry left a

tDIRS V Janie Avery and Mr. and Mrs. and athcletlc honors awardedat I Saturday for Baltimore.., Md., Y 1

JOHN I 'HODIAKM Harry Oottberg were in Jacksonville the graduation exercises at I where they will bn guests of Mr. LOOKS '1.IK1A: '

last Friday night to attenda Fletcher High School last week. and Mrs. Eugene Long for several :

BABE performance of the Bagley Mrs. Glen Duke and daughters days before going to Columbus : $125 SUIT y

a1'HE Juvenile Theatre. Young Frank Terry Dea and Gall of Gainesville Ohio where, they will visit 1011'11'1 _

/ :e1 Srf Dahmer Is a student of the Bag- ere spending the week at the Curry's parents Mr. and Mrs.Brlggs. J27_ !

.\ > ley school and took part In the J. W. Andrews cottage on Kings- !\ "

'J WAKE UPSCREAMING" program\ ley Lake. Mr and Mrs. An- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cattle- Cribs
/ Mr and Mrs. W. H. Beck and drews and Mr. Duke are fishing berry of Auburndale were weekend Baby

( I children Barbara. Dorlne and on the Ocklawaha river this week. guests of the Lawson families

Betty Grable.1r :Mature Hilly, of Charleston, S. C., were I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arnold were and attended the BUS graduation MAII0CANY: : 01)1)Y

i News weekend guests of Mrs. Beck'e 'In Jacksonville Saturday and had exercises.Mr .

; d1x parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cottrell, ,dinner at the Lobster House. and Mrs Nate Dyal and 3 Tier Tables China CabinetsRegular

k'. ap Thurs.. Fri.. June 16 1 17 at Klngsley. The Beck children Miss Nancy Heintz left Monday Sons Tommy and David with Mr.

+, OtU'1>LE FKATL'KK remained to spend the summer night to spend the summer with and Mrs. Lee Ayers of Ocala, .
'. .iota with their grandparents.New relatives In Massachusetts and were Sunday visitors at Rainbow v I Mini an Phjfe !Stjle $55

411U1OG141riNiN1lI shipment Happy Home New York. Springs." Miss Madeline BaiiHley,

n cotton dresses sz. 12 to 20. Mrs. Marjorie A. Colley, who Is also of Ocala returned to spend I !S/\I.E ritlCE $75 Value !
flue "Sink or Sulm" Cartoon YY "a" visiting her daughter, Shirley, In the summer with them lu-re. I I
$2.98. STUMP'S! STORE.Mrs. t> lii'i'd 'hints :
& Chap. 1O "Frank & JetweJamor. J. L. Anderson. and daughter Washington: D. C., for a month Mr and Mrs. W. R. Morse and $25.95 <> Jon a good ttj
spent Memorial weekend In Providence son, Richard attended the graduation
7 J .
Janet and grandson Michael, $29.95 rahlni't nit) oar mm. KvHili !+
R. I.. and Buzzard's Bay festivities at Stetson Uni
left Monday for a two weeks'visit
and Plymouth. Mass Miss Shir versity, DeLand on Sunday and Regular $35 Value value.HK .. t
104, tip ? with relatives in Atlanta and Regular $3!}.93! : Value
?
Sun.. boon, June 12, 13 ) ? Icy Colley Is employed with Pan Monday. Miss Sylvia Morse was :
Homo Ga. and :: Tenn.
.. 1ND Knoxvllle
r 's-. e". y American Union a member of the graduation clas tj
+ 1 daal'il cVCi11LR1ET Mr and Mrs. Frank Durshlmer Charlie Parker, J. E. Denmark on Monday SUKK AND SHOP WITH US THIS {WKEK tIT'S
and daughters, Mary Lou and
C//orv// Shirley Warren Winkler, :Maxie Carter Mr and Mrs M. F. Hazcn have
Frances and Mr and Mrs. John '
and Herbert Green moved back to as their guest 1Cew days this
WEBB -TEMPLE Udell. drove to Brooksvllle Sunday Starke Sunday after spending two week, Mrs K, M. Haznn' of A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER ATDenmark
stopping enroute at Rainbow
weeks on Kingsley Lake. Brooker Miss! Annette Green
dff Springs. Mary Lou remained. inBrooksvllltf Mr. and Mra. Junlus Smith and also of Brooker spent Wednesdaywith .I' :
r
a with Her aunt. Miss
Furniture
Co.
family are spending thin week at the Hnzena.
Margaret i Durshlmer for theta
the Joe Wilson cottage on Kings- Mrs. T. F Brown and sons of
Goes TOCollege e R week.
? ley Lake. Hampton and Mrs D W Mooreof PHONE 151
Mrs Erllne Busney left Wednesday -
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Apurst of Staike were guests of Mr. and ,.., ____ ___ STARKE. FLA.THIS
for an Indefinite stay in Atlanta .r' ________________, I'" ,
e. aD Cocoa were weekend guests of Mrs. C. R. Moore and family In
Ga.
f ; ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Q Hazen. Archer Thursday of lust week.
Mrs J. H. Fields and daughter,
AlSO News & Lucky DiKk' .y..a..e Hazel, attended the graduation ex- - - - - -
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M - - - - '
Cartoon rclses at the U of F. Monday "

ivenlng. Mrs. Fields' nephew,

Robert ii:. Tanner, Jr., of Baldwin,

was a member of the class.

Every Branch of Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene

Long will be happy to hear their

INSURANCEH. laughter, Mary Ann, Is getting along 25'x27' HOME J1l
nicely after a major opera. :

_n ___ _. -- Jon at John Hopkl.is Hospital In

r Baltimore, Md. The Longs expect l

to remain In Baltimore for .., "11r
.
C. WALL AGENCY six weeks y1 .. j

Jerry Colley left last Friday for t .

PHONE 146 Washington, D. C., for an extended .
PLEASE
visit with his mother Mrs a '
( '
'f'.' ., .
Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED- Marjorie Colley and sister, Shirley -. ..."''' ,
: who Is employed In Washing. ." ',>. '. ;\\11
,'
on.Martha w t" .(
-- Ann Winkler, who has

been> quite 111 the past week Is I .

eellng much better. + ; ., f .
'X : I
Mis. Hal Gillen has returned to 1. v
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I her home after being confined at :

BUWANNKK COt'NTYMAHKKT I.n'F.flTOI FOR AALF.J..I: radtoii, phonoirrjtphN. Shadycrest hospital for a week, r i.
I
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each dOwned portablfH. 1 U5 up. Chaff
Auction sale\
y.
Mrs. E. 1(. Mro. C
operated by J. l P. OU "m. t Shepherd Itadfim Heat Cover Perryman
Jr.. Ph. 210M. Love Oak, P'4'' i' Court It Mudlnon.. Sin. If I F. Sayles, Mrs. S. L.: Peek and $99.95Small I ? '

FOB AUK CHEAP/ : I ITankllr, t'1.U'UIt NF:1: ... IIIIII.Mto Comer Perryman drove to New-
automatic-draft wood heater; 1 ton Ga., Sunday to visit :Mrs." .
.. =- ,
coal-burnlnK clrculiitlntiraivr. :2-. 4ttlnrk: rll pump Down Payment ;...
large Imifallr rrpnlrvdPhon Clara Peek who Is recuperatingfrom
Bath In cowl condition. 12 months to
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Bradford County Telegraph tfAlinAfTllH I 13, r Writ to! a recent Illness. Dr.. and pay ,
$199.00
j. A. ni IIM'I: r
.' .. ,Mrs. C. F of Miami
FUHNISHEO' un- Macilenny, 1. 3-4tflyr Sayles arc 00
furnlBhed apt. Clou. In. Denlr-' I the house guests of J .d?e and Small Down Payment -

abl Colonial*. AH Inn.ronv 201. W.IMadlaofl.. It,' SELL YOUR TIMBER Mrs Ferryman. up to 21 months to pay I

NOW I Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Hfrlong arc .a.
FOR RENT. : Hot: wa- er.a Al.o bath trailer calilnPurn. Highest Cash Prices Paid leaving today for Glen Alpln N F
ONLY FULL
PRICE
pac.. Fln.hurat CabIn., Rt. 1.10'Otl.Fh. ,C., to attend a wedding and from :
17-n-i-i 41p WILL HIWTN BULK there will travel through the c .

HAI.K: t or 1000 f Fie .. l pO"tR... OR IN UNIT Northeast for the summer II ktr
All heart. "cyprei. Se. Jl l 'wlrInf. I
.lark.. at 1.10( months.
I EDWIN W. PECKOr 1 Mrs. R. R, Turnlpiteed and sons

John W. Turner Dick and Ben of Fort Guinea... 0:1.: 1 + fit

On The Halifax River P. O. Box 463 were Tuesday guests of Dr. and

At Ormond (Daytona) Gainesville Fla. Mrs H. H. Adam

TheMagnolia Mrs. Edwards. Foy of Luke City
BUY ON OUR E..J\SY'TERMS PLAN
Send me a postcard; and I spent the weekenj with her sis

Oaks will come see you. ter-in-law and brother, Dr. and

: Mrs. 1>1. B Herlnng.

LARGE Fiche '..:F'I' NFPnNFIdM P.M. : Mrs. T. T. Long and son" *. Tom FOR A SMALL DOWN PAYMENT!
... .
III'DY1"' ;sat n "M r u v.tilKT
SINGLE or DOUBLE ROOM D.'"'..:.... MMOP. II and Dave left Tuesday for Wil

FURNISHED: i mlngton. Dela., where they were Yes this in the full price for this building which cannot he duplicatedfor

APARTMENTS II FOR hue,:rl::: : Rrhoof.urn; store on hlway.Mil*: J.e"ulll'ly T. Joined by Mr. and Mrs Lloyd H many times (he amount at which it is being Mild(! The material aloneat

l "'rark., F''.. -Hif! Lewis while enroute to Fort Harrllton -
BY DAY OR WEEKPh. I current prices Is worth, substantially! more than our salts price not

9-1949 401 N. Bean rh St.I I 'Inch DniW-IN-J: 1 Hi- .'eres. N. Y. Mrs. Long; and sons to mention the value of the labor In It! Thin building contains! double hunt
ell.. ..' will embark for Germany
a-Inrh w Pr. Wurzburgr
Ormond. FU. Near Daytona ...n..h..... Slater nr ji.. pay. JohnMnvyarl. < the early of this monthto y T' Small Down Payment windows, gypsum: board insulation drop Hiding extra: -heavy framing
r :Jr.. III. 2, box 6u.Hiark part _
wooden floor and extra: lumber inside.. Converts to two bedroom home.
a +
Nul4N ;:... I'. .. Flit.. 8tp H4 join Col. Long. 21 months to pay r.
..FI.n: .t'UHF-no' k e.4a111 At4K'S RNflil4, W'STFa.-PART: TIME won KJ Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklna Let us show you how you can STOP PAYING; KENT!

HOI II.. slAUKE.IOS1E :. ,I ( fflc.. payroll or typinir Rvmn were In Jacksonville. on bll lnf'llllTlle.day. IF YOU NEED EVEN MORE ROOM 25'x33' $495
C. H.
SALE: In Key.tnn. Inca, 20 to 3i> hnura wkly Ho4IIX. .
} FOR .hln"'e, : : Klarko.. Fla 8tl7
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bungalow 14.-labia: 6-rm.face. lake white It park.d.N FOR HK1T m4fr a|>.. ra..a. Mrs. O. L. Haynes of Madl ion MANY OTHER SIZES & PRICES
Total price. ,IUO. Joel H.IRhn' flnlah lip I a.l.. .._,... _r. I.awrcli A *f...., and Mrs A. N. Holliday and chil LI 1 r NasworthyGeneral
..t lot K..nn. !.... .1.. la".'N' 3Xt: t'rtmfl* .....'' dren. Arthur and Hope returned: LL :
..'. ... llf
-rn>" KI. Pl.
urn.apt. recently from month' visit with.
FOR BENT: h" a ,
/ .cr..*n..d porch ...rol-pvt. butt. L.wkl.g for emceed I alf>.r Bu..J. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Scanlan In Supplies ALSO AVAILABLE ON TERMS
114 Church at. n... A I'r.t..nn.1 Wom.n'a 1 ; v
Brunswick. N..1.
Mrs. llaynes .
pointer Club had lh m-on dlMptav at
FOR hlyddon SALE pupa: 4 fI 2.mold male. I .niii): Hart Furnitar. / Co.. benefit 4t HPWprnlrrt T-t stayed wth bar daughter Mr.*. .. w-:=:;; i 232 E. Call St. ASK ABOUT' Ol'H NEW,: "L.n,',\Y" 1'L.l.V. HM.VLI. DEPOSIT HOLDS! VOl'R

John Cr.w.. Bu I. buS 2.. It vForn Holllday last week before ic- T:;= 1 BULItlNH FOR ,%S LONG) AS! SIX MONTHS! !
Icy.WATED". Bt1.r.POl.D I l>'HT In butn. dl.I turning to her home In Madison Stark Fla.COMPLETE .
,.r en.n.eCpaarr. trlct. Brown lthr. Kinder may Open. :Monday Through NaJur.lajr, 8 A.M. 3 P.M. Open. All Day Sah.rdaya Cloned Sundays
TO RF.ST1 Mrs. Emalyn Mathew. tpent the \,
kf> btltffiM but pl lea. return
p
Plak.e J..k.rlty." Lons..... term Up *nrl.>ffl lcl-ntlftcmnon rurd. *ro.to weekend with Mrs. Pauline Ham If.1 ..",.,..,..:= LINE
:Mr.. 3 W. Klncl ""on. 7.Htark .
trai-tor withdl.e l .. Fl.. It ilton In Lawtey. "" "'f ARMY CAMP WRECKING CORP
FOR SALE: Farrnall.. Mr. and M.... Ce" PIIILCO RADIOS
newly ..rll.ol.d Anthony ""*-
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... SITE ATlnr W. .Tv.n. Ia ld I
p.'n'' t.d"..* ..I.mpr.n. pPle'' irlrl ...... e.te.i.erapkle .*.rrl ... naro have returned from a six
>rkl>'. .t* r w rfc. .! bar .H- weeks' visit at their former home _ . .
? trig. 101 titer' slag.writ. P.O. fcem 43IH1. Clt .l, .
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t PAGE SIX BRADFORD COTOTTT TUJCOKAPn.!: STARKE! FLORIDA

_ _ _ _ FRIDAY JUNE 10. 194O
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Mrs. M. E. Grlner Mrs. R. W. Brannen. S C S S S
M. Rlcharde and ,
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rirrnlt Co ". ,
Bradford Cmmmtr
"Mr. contract with the Board of .
: Belvedere" Public Florida.
1 Florldai .. (........,.. Instruction of
'FarIiifly won stationery. the week Bradford County
Sinclair
DeWltt spent
New IMirln '...n. Adalr. Edwin The Board of Public Instruction
State RiverAND i Is Plaintiff va. Florida, In accordant with the accepted
Hit of Bradford County Florida, re-
GET-TOGETHER end with his family In Winter Comedy Mmh Adair, Jr., Defendant bid and give a contractHuretjr
OUT-DOOR < M.... Bryan Whltflelr1' Carolyn Bradley and Patsy Haven. LONG BRIDGEBy Coming To Florida rder. .., PeMlratlon and Notlr. to Board In an amount satisfactory.iual to to said one or itles! all In bids.'the any. bid and to reject any
Outlaw specs fI.r..N oei'I.oaiI.a" t.. hundred
Mrs. cant of
Mr. and Johnny per the contract
.' S S S S S S Kucera were co-hostesses at an Mrs.. K. A. ftepp ,Iwln March Adair, .Jr. .110.. r... price. Ptoard of Publle Infltruc
of the Junior and their daughter, Gwendolyn One of the fastest rising young l.I..ne.l In 3)0 Court St., C'nurtlamlApttrtmentM No bIdder withdraw tlon of Bradford County Florid.
informal may hi. bid
LUNTIIEON' get-together S S S S C S S S S S Fortitmouth Virginia Hy H. If, Morgan tle..ry..
BRIDGE and Pam, and Bill Rivers of stars at his home studio Tom : for a period of thirty day after .
on the grounds of the Community You are required, to 1-3 3t -17
on
group appear the
Last week's meeting of the Club House Wednesday Hague were visitors of Mr. and A large crowd attended servicesat Drake appears opposite Shirley July 4, 194'! In the above named date sat for tie opening thereof. -

'State Farm Bridge Club was a evening of last week. Games afforded Mrs. C. D. Sellers and of Mr. Long Bridge Monday night. Temple in the comedy hit. "Mr. Meek Court divorce'and caime& care, wherein, custody.plaintiff& control All work shall be done In aocordunci .I MOTHERS t Register TIre
P. S. Crews Saturdayand Bro. Phillips pastor of Lake But Belvedere Goes To J"raifrd: with plans, specIfications
bridge-luncheon in the CommunityClub fun for several hours. Mrs. and Mrs. College", with of minor child.I County and : ;
Sunday. ler Church of God. brought the Clifton Webb In the title role of Telegraph' shall .piitvlinh. 1111. OrderIn contract document relative New Baby For Valuable
House. In the dining room H. J. Kucera assisted in caring next four weekly IndueVltn .. thereto which may be examined
covers for twelve members and for the guests who were: James Sgt. Joe McMahan of Ft. Bragg.: message which :was enjoyed by the film which will show at the \ ..HM my hand and offI'IaIseal at of I'ubllo the office'Instruction.of the Superintendent Jtarke, Flor Gift At Our Stairs
at Slarke, Florida. thin May
for Mrs. J. A. Hembree of Starke Newsome and Tommy Harding of N. C., and Sgt. O. B. Thompsonwere everyone. Florida Theatre Sunday and Mon 27. 1K49.UFKICIAI.. ida. or at the office of fan' ford ,V.

and Mrs. Hugh A. Hall of Jack- Starke William Engram Brian guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore visit. day.In ( .AH PEAL Clerk) tot A said J. Thomas, One Uoln. "Archlte.\. \,Ualneevlllo plan and, contract Florida. ";'J ..

onvllla were laid at a beautifully Kucera. Wanda Lee Linzy. Emma Rosier from Friday until Monday. ed Mr. and Mrs. Bud Moody last his fifteenth role on the Hy Haven Oeoiiby, D. C, Court document:: :and forma for bldrllnw r \

table that centered extended stay with Friday. They were just passing .Klemlnv Jones, Hfott A Pot In. Bar- may. be secured by Uenoral Con.trsctOrs
appointed was I Anderson, Joyce Davis and Nan Following an screen, young Drake Is seen as an I nest National Bank Bulldlnir, Jack from either of Maui office
with an attractive floral arrange-I Robinson. Refreshments consistedof Mr. and Mrs. Rosier, Mrs. Thompson through on their way back hometo enterprising college senior who Is .,,n vii I.. riiirlda, hv drpoHltln. therewith the turn of rTce4'ja
Miami. Ally for IMf. 6-3 4t 6-2 Ten Dollar* $10)) In cash or money
ment. Summer flowers also decorated and their little daughter,
Coca-Colas.
cookies and enamoured of the attractive Shirley order, which d polt will be refunded WEARE'erythIDC -
the main club room where Becky Sue returned to their Rae- Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carroll'of In Circuit (".....t. Bradforil County, upon submission. of a bona fide
but afoul of
the games were played. For high Congratulations are extended to ford N. C., home with Sgt. Jacksonville visited their runs that man r"'l<,rl,lni In ( lianeevF.Mayiiel bid and return of laid plan and for the) Child
parents contract ,,
of destiny Mr. Belvedere. In college n. lio"". Plaintiff. Annie -ood cop.ditlon
t"d":8
and second high contract scores Spencer Crews and to Misses June Thompson.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Merrltt Fri for the of Laura 110".. iJefendant Cause No. within I ten utter the From Birth to 12: Yean Old
and Doris Moncrief who express purpose 73.1T: date Hot for opening the bids Any
Mrs. L. F. Chapman and Mrs. D. Caldwell and Mrs. W. H. Richardsonand day afternoon, and attended .
completing the four year course Order ml Pnhllralloa and <,(..II.. tAppear. additional *et r.'IU..t.cI for purpoMea -
L. Nix were respective winners of were graduated from Bradford Misses Billie Richardson and graduation exercises In Starke In "Belvie" does it HTtTr! Or" 'MUtln toAnnl other than the submission of RONNIEDONNIESTORE
High this Summer vacation a single year, laura Boxx. whose realdeneIN a bid will be furnished at the actual
pillow cases and a bath mat. In year. Mr. and Mrs. Pete
Jacksonville Friday night.
all of
Veleta Miller
with coat of duplication but
ease I Kniite 1, Box 10, Wallace, ..Nort without
cutting in "bingo" with Mrs. H.Need began Friday for Farm boys and were Saturday visitors of Mr. and Sapp returned home with the Car Carolina I refund.
A veteran of such hits as Jlhld..rs' ?28 K. Call Starke
girls who altend the Starke rols. Pete Is in You are required to appear on qualification must be .
now working
Mrs. P. S. Crews .
school. "Words and Music" and "Meet Me July.. !ISIS. In the above name satisfactory to the Unard. of Public
Jacksonville.Mr. Court an,] ...u.e. whernin >lalntlf Instruction of Bradford
Mrs. J. J. Sunserl Mrs. J. W. In i County,
St. Louis", Drake admits that Seeks divorce.. Ilradford Count
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North and
Williams and her sons Pat and and Mrs. C. A. Johns, Jr., he never saw anything quite like TeloKPaph ,shall publish this Order r ...,
their son Billy, spent the past In next four weekly I lashes
Kenny and Mrs. James M. King and Mrs. Wayne Andrews of "
Mr. Belvedere. "You
knqw he '\111041.. my hand and offICIalseat
J.
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. L.
and her children. Sandra Ann and I Gainesville and Romey Johns of continues "actually I'm convincedthat at Slarke Florida. this Iay WANTED 500 SALESMENREWARD
North In Orlando.
Anthony returned to their homeIn Jacksonville visited Mrs. Belle 27. 1140. :
Clifton Webb la more of a OFFICIAL SEAL) A. .T. Thomas.
Mrs. K. W. Parka of Lake
Montgomery, Alabama Monday Johns Sunday. Belvedere than Belvedere!" A. Clerk of said Court
Worth has been the guest of Mr. after having visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Sapp Hv Haven CroHby, D. C.
for
Atty Plf I-S 4t 1-24
: and Mrs. W. G. Strlngfellow for W. O. Epgram since Friday.Hampton. and daughter Kay of Gainesvillewere -
Has VacanciesFor for
f the past ten days. Additional : guests of their parents Mr. Navy Cull for Illd. >vtl,-.to r ntrm-t..rKlarke. .

luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. I Florldn
and Mrs. E. A. Sapp Friday night Young Men Sealed bide will be received by
f Stringfellow Saturday were Mrs. ; ; ; and Saturday.Mrs. the l"oard of Public Instruction ot BRINGING IN ONECUSTOMER
J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. J. E. I In Aviation CoursesThe luadford County, Florida at the
Harold Hendrix and baby offlvM of the Superintendent of Pub
Wilson of Starke. lie Instruction. In Htarke. .Florida
By Mrs. M. C. Sweeney of Floral City were visiting Mrs. Navy has vacancies for high up to 10 oVlock A lIf., BUT.!! Wed
Misses
Peggy and Frances Cald- S S S S Truby Hodges last week. school graduates In the Aviation nemlay June 22. 1949 at which time
well and Jimmie Moncrief accom- anl place all lildn rvcelvml will be To Whom We Sell
Mr. and Mrs. 9. L,. Crews and Fundamentals and other training publicly opened and read aloud for
panied Mr. and Mrs. Alex Yawnof I). V. n. 8. CONTINUESThe children Bobby and Jonnie Fran- schools. It was announced last furnishing all material. ) and labor
JLc. Starke on an enjoyable trip to and vonntructlnK lIMa I limit) I nit Either Range Hot
Dally Vacation Bible School cia, and Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Sapp Friday by Chief L. P. Cain local TweU. (..ad. Mckuol fur .NrarueiVlarke. : .
Jacksonville Sunday. During the being held In the Baptist Church attended service at Johnstown representative of the U. S. Navy !! Florida.
day they visited the zoo, an art continues through this week and Any bid received after the ..aped Water Heater Refrigerator
Sunday.Mr. recruiting service. fled time and date will not be von.
..1 museum and the beaches. a children's will be rendered aldored. ;
program To be for this
and Mrs. Mack eligible program.
McKinney Each: bid must be
A. L. Tucker Sr., and A. L. Tuesday evening June U, of Starke enjoyed a fish fry with men must be between the ages of hv a certified check. or accompanies bid bond I In or Heat-.
Tucker Jr., of Eastpolnt were when an exhibition of the chldren's 17 to 31 and the amount of five per vent. of the .
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins Mr. a graduate of high luine hid itj
visitors aa guarantee that the bid. iqu.vi
of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. work will
be on display. a
and Mrs. Melton Kerce Mrs. Jessie school. Men who meet these tier. If awarded the contract, willwithin era:
Williams ; ;
last weekend. Mr. arid ten consecutive calendar day
COMMENCEMENT Lazenby Fonle Crews and qualifications will be given an ap after
Mrs. Williams also had as their EXERCISESThe written notice being !given Dt
plicant's qualification test and such award enter into written
following program was heldon Elmore Cason at Long Bridge a
guests Saturday Mrs. J. B. Segree
those
and Mr. and Mrs. Molze ot Wednesday night of last weekIn Wednesday evening. making a passing mark will
Harry .
be sent to San
Macclenny. the school auditorium: Harry Sapp of Jacksonville and Diego, Calif., for
\ approximately 12 weeks of FIN This Beautiful
During the past weekend Miss Processional Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Nora Sapp of Brooker visited recruit
training. then to the Aviation i Ps
Pianist. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Mon
Pauline Brannen of Jacksonville Sapp
4 Fundamentals or other school of VENETTEFREE
was the guest of her parents Mr Invocation Rev. Orville day. their choice. .

Brooklns. We are sorry to report that rm
c. a fireproof Song "The Pearl" Junior little Gerry Rlchendollar and Chief Cain added that the Navy -6
also has vacancies for
Glee Club.Welcome. non-high
and Ira Merritt the
tf EXPERT Lucille Hall. father., ,-are- on- school graduates under other PLATI
pro- For each customer
pocket for SICK lint this .week With Inrectea you
grams. He Is at the Starke : : .
Speaker "The Building of post '
feet and legs. We hope they are office bring: in to whom we
Friday from 10
every
ad/ Our Democracy" Yvonne well a. m. ZSTSNO
t' your pay check? < Brooklna. soon again. to 3 p. m., and will be glad to sell any of the above

Speaker "How Our Dem- give complete Information to all I PAN appliances. -

ocracy Works" Junior Home. : young men who are interested.
.t I If the mon.y you intend to tave
Speaker "Blessings of Our Lawtey !
t. from your pay check each payday Democracy" -.- Delma William CLOSED FOB ALTERATIONSMrs. ACK AN' EXAMPLE: .Mn. .Jon...

r\ burns a hole in your pocket, start on. D,. 5.. I. FuteSS E. J. Flynn announces that : bring In Mrs. Smith who pur-
S S S S S C SS S .,
S 4 S
buying U. S. Savings Bonds at your Speaker "Our Part In Dem- the Ronnie-Donnie Shop will be rhamtt a range from us. Mrs.i .

bank, either over the counter or ocrncy" Mae Hall. closed next Monday through i _
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. WainwrIght Jones will l>e. given FREE one
through the Bond-A-Month Plan.It's Class History Josephine and children of Atlanta visited the Thursday June 13 to 16. dur- _
Thomas. ing alterations. Oven.-tt.'.
SERVICEChas. T. L. Waln.wrlght family last Sunday -
a sure-fire way to save, not Class Will Doris Parker.

spend. If you choose the Bond-A. Class Prophecy Geraldine A

Month Plan the bond you specify' C. Starling. Miss Ada Edwards Is visiting in lot-Mill In Clrrnlt In foiin.(.hancrry Bradford, ('ountF, Policy To anyone who brings in as many as five customers .

U bought each month automaticallyand ShepherdAt Presentation of Diplomas Mr. Atlanta Ga., this week. Marie 1-atrlck. H.J: :Mom.lii.n. I'la Inlltt. VB. to whom we sell some appliances. we have an

charged to your checking ac- VI organ. George I. Chassey of Crescent :'
count. Gay's Service Station Song -- "America The Beautlrul" City was a visitor In Lawtey last ...r Pnhllrxlon ...,! Entire to of waterless cookware.
"AIprI. 1"1'1'1 OK ." .(11111>)> t tot
Audience. Monday. MurIn F.. MomiliAit, wh... r. lflrm-a Personal Needs
Every nickel goes Into U. S. Sayings Benediction C. L. May. The home of G. W. Durham just ilrJJ .l'ttrlt Row. Wallirmton, .>Iew For the BEST PRICES & the BEST SERVICESee

Bonds that pay you four dollars I Recessional Mrs, Thomaa. east of Lawtey was destroyed by You : are required to appear on .

for three, in ten short years.That's Tire last Sunday night. Cause of July., 11141 In Iho above namnl Charley E. Johns SLADE 'before TRADE
NEW ARRIVAL Court and CHUM, wherein plaintiff you
GUARANTEEDW the fire has was not learned.Mr. >.....k/l divorce, Kmilforil .
the foolproof way to atop Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelsey announce and Mrs. H. C. Wainwright Tclcitriiph. shall publlvh this.County Order Agency
I.. your earnings from burning holes in the birth of a son Sun- In next four weekly iNnuea..
on attended the funeral of Jack Shu- Wltneift bun Phone 1$ STARKE, IrI.A.t.Pr.s.rtine .
anti
i your pockets! day, June 3, at Shadycrest Hos er in Macclenny last Sunday. seal l IIt $tarke my. Florlilii, thin official Juna SLADE GAS-CO.
W
I. IQ4".
pital.Mr. Dan Wainwright is employed In (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas ..... "."
Gainesville for the summer. AH ftcrk of laid 1
Put and Mrs. Lester Miller and Bv Haven Crosby 1>. r*. Court .. .. Two doors from Railroad on Call Street
moreOPPORTUNITY Mrs. Wesley Arwood and son John J. Itcntlernon, St. ........
son, Robert -'"The Musical Millers -, Emi, Aug.UHtlne
) of Key West are guests of Mrs.Atwood's Florida. F* THE TRA Starke Florida
: in had charge of the Youth Atty. for rif. (.3 4t 6-24 VELE"" Hartford :
parents Mr. and Mrs.C. ,
For Christ program last Satur- 4 "
F. Carter this week.
It .your future day evening and a most enjoyable
Several of the Lawtey teachers*
time was had.
were In Starke Wednesday of last .
: Invest in A group of Hampton ladles at- week attending a reading demon

tendfld the Home League Supper, I -
stration by representatives of Row
U. S. SAVINGS BONDS 3-DAY SERVICE given at the Salvation Army Peterson & Co. 11.11't \

# Camp. on Tuesday evening. May Rev. Ballard Wilson and family Qff : .

'' NICE LINE OF 31. A large delegation from moved to Fort Myers last week
I'
WATCHES & BANDS Brunswick. Ga., were honor guestsof where they will be located for the '
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FLORIDA BANKat the occasion.
next year. ; YOU want these EXTRA VALUES
Mrs. J. F. Johnson left Sunday -
SANDERS' for Patterson La., where she will xc/us/v/ fo Ch.vrol.t In its field I

STARKE WATCH REPAIR spend the summer with her ,I' '. :4LI A r-'I;'

daughter, Mrs. Leo Singleton.\ Sunnybrook WORLD'S CHAMPION VALVE-IN-HCAD

S LOCATED IN HOLLYWOOD Mr. and Mrs. Marlon ENGINE
Manning
Member F.D.I.C. Al
By Wanda CrotbyMiss \
CAMERA & GIFT SHOP, ..
of Starke moved here
recently. S S 4' S
S S S S S S C ,
:Member: Florida National, Call Street Railroad and are located In the home of 1/ FISHER BODY STYLING AND LUXURY

Croup at Mrs. Minnie L. Johns. Beverly Jo Crosby spent -

STAHKK, FLit.it Mrs. Bessie Bryant of Fort oat week with her grandparents.
CERTI-SAFE HYDRAULIC BRAKES
i Myers arrived last week for an Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns of New '
extended visit"" with her sister River. I in biding, my time (with DubMif. R/".,'... Brofc linings) ,

Mrs. M. L. Watterson. Kenneth Kueker went to Jack- .

Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow 'Hicka on villo last Sunday morning to until I get a Chevrolet. LONGEST HEAVIEST CAR IN ITS FIELD

nml family left Saturday for meet an old friend of the family with WIDEST TREAD as wall

Build it withCHAIN Brunswick, Ga., where they will John S. Salmon, from Iowa. .

it itJ live during the summer. They expect Mr. and .Mrs. William Crosby :1 want to be sure I get the most for my money !" S-INCH WIDE-BASE WHEELS

to return to their home here were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clar- (with Extra Low.Pressure Tlr.*)

the latter part of August. I .nC8 Keller of Midway last week.
Come see the new Ch..vrolettmo..t/ beautiful buy of all-and ewe .
Louise Adkins and Mae Hall Rev. and Mrs. Greek of Jack- .
left Monday for Tallahassee onville* and Mr. and Mrs. Bill believe you too, will decide that it gives more for your money- CENTER-POINT STEERING

where they will take the -t-H.Club Smith of Johnstown were visiting more fine-car beauty, more fine-oar features, more EXTRA

Short Course at the Florida State Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly recently.Mr. VALUES of all kinds! -at the lowest prices and! with outstanding CURVED WINDSHIELD with ,

University and Mrs. H. Price of Panama PANORAMIC VISIBILITY
of operation and upkeep 1
Miss Shirley Donnlson was a City :were visiting Mr. and economy .

recent guest of Miss Merle Ritch Mrs. Leslie Donn .last Wednesday FISHER UNISTEEL! BODY CONSTRUCTION


J II In Mr.Starke.and Mrs. W. A. Saxon- Jr., night.Mr. and Mrs. Perry Alston of '
JiiII 7h ii/ar/.Bea/i U3'JJi7i// /
EXTRA ECONOMICAL TO OWNOPERATEMAINTAIN
and little son, moved recently to Zephvrhills! Mrs. Vera Alston Mr. {YU, .! -
Waldo. and Mrs. L. R. Bralllcc and chll-

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Simmons dren. Ramona and Garry of Lake .

and son. Wayne of Wlnston- Butler were visiting, Mr. and Mrs. .

Salem N. C., arrived Saturday to William Crosby last Monday.Mrs. .

.. spend several weeks with, Mr. R. K. Mundorff and Mrs. ,
Simmons 'mother. Mrs. Lizzie John Mundorff and Jan of Starke

Simmons and brother, R. O. Sim Mrs. Bell McCormick Mrs. Joe

STORE BRANCH mons. Homes of Raiford and Mrs. Rod-

4 Mrs. Theo Branning and little man Reddish and Jo Ann of Van-

S. or any size store! daughter' Carolyn Ann. of Jacksonville orbllt were visiting Mrs. Floyd

have been visiting friends n.; Crosby and G. M. Bennett last

here. 'uesdny.
For 'lower "&'" "one*, for fire lofefy' for structural! The
/ beauty Among out of town guests attending Pat Kellys of Starke and
bUIld it of CONCRETE BLOCKS. 'Its lower insurance rates and the Baptist Homecoming Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Mongloul
greater resale value make it sound
a investment. Services. and Dinner Sunday were: fo Jacksonville were guests of Mr.

'hone< ......... for complete. details.; We deliver. Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Daniels, Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly over the

and Mrs. Lowell Leistner. Mr. and eekend.

Mrs. ''Martin Edwards Rev. and Miss Kathryn Kelly left Mon-

Mrs. L. D. Hslnes M& W. B. day afternoon for Tallahassee to

r I CONCMTI ;ICS. CICS. IASIi Ale>csnder. Miss Wilma Alexander attend the 4-H Club short course

-t-. FLOOR. DRAIN' AND ROOF Till Mrs. D. W. Moore Dr. and I representing the Sunnybrook ....11t

HADY.MinD' CONCIUU AND CEMENT Mrs. Rolan R. Stoker Starke: Mr. t lub.Mrs

and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins and Fred Kueker and children
V 3, 5iyl1oe Os bus 4 0..'$.d..s-WSe, ,.dofl Cs.s5.s.4. .'icu ted.
: daughter Marie Miss Betty Dur- were/ visiting relatives at Fort -. S
MEETSALLA.S.T.M.SPECIFICATIONSBLlildiflg ling Miss Madge Gay, Miss June 1 Pierce F last week.

Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen,

Aitnis Jacksonville; C. R. Keen, Bron- CARD OF THANKS

.: Supply, Inc. on; Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Gay, Sr., We wish to thank our many

.. Tampa; Mrs. Quisle Newburn rrlenda and relatives for their expressions TORODE CHEVROLET
;''" e 1036-1018 W. Main St., South Cocoa: Mrs. James Slmms and of sympathy and floral CO. .

{ GAINESVILLE FLORIDA tons Gainesville; Mrs. O. D. Gay rifts during our recent bereave-

o 3 L Dunnellon and Pvt. Rex E. nent.
P.O. Box 62 Phone
217-218
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Christian Church CONGREGATIONAL Funeral MondayFor The ce-rtlfleat. number and y...... In llnniifort, South Carolina: NOTICE
.. METHODIST CHURCH of InatiancA, the description of the You are required! to appear on
/ Sunday 11 a.m., sermon subject, Services every first and third F. A. RogersFuneral It property.,...and...... the are name an"follow In :which Car Jun 27. 1941. In the above named !Story Hour for children, at thoH.II.N. !
I flratea No. 15S Year of beaanreJune f'ourt and cause, .h..r.ln plaintiff
"Walking the King' Highway". Saturday night Sunday morningand & Library!
t t. A.n. 1M1. J>n..rrlntlon of -eHs divorce F/radrord County
+ 10 a.m. Bible School. Classes for Sunday night, 11 am. and services for FrederickA Property Lots' 6, 7 of Illk .1 l..ikaKlnwnlry Telegraph shall publish, this OrderIn
all ages. 8 p.m. at Congregational Metho- Rogers 72-year-old Brooker HelichlH. lit NKV of NKVSettiim next four weekly tvfuiei.Wltnena 10:00: --12:00.: Monday. and
fie, Townehlii a Hotith. liana my hand And officialseal ,
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Grades 1-3.
Tuesday night Training for dIe Church on Brownlee Road. farmer were held Monday afternoon I 23 Kant.: Namtf In whlrh a.ao.a"I l at Htarka Florida. thin MayOFFICIAL Wpdnestlaye
d Rev. Ernest Griffin pastor. ) at 3 o'clock in the Dedan I'hiir. H. ale\I lllnn.. All 24. 194:1.:
I sh1DJ\c Service Class.Wednesday. Baptist Church with of nnld. l properly belnn 1 In the: Countyof : ( MEAL) At. Thomas, 10:00-noo. Tuesdays andThu..lay.
Rev Mr.Martin .
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; Hrailford, State of Florida.1 (Un.le .
night Prayer MeetIng An Clerk of said! Court. .. Grade f-.O.
-" CHURCH OF GOD officiating.Mr. .a. ileh. eo"t. or ...1'1' A. ahnll be re-' Fly Haven Crosby, D. C.
Bible Study. teemed< accordlnir' to law. the
Baptist Church Methodist ChurchThis Rev. L. S. Williams Pastor Rogers died Saturday *t.his .pony dewrrlbed In mtrh rertlflvatAor nro- John, J. .,Honclernon Knn, Saint 10:00-1:00.: FrUlayn, Grade 1
Friday 3:30: p.m.. Children'sHour 8th & St. Clair& Sts. home near Brooker. He was a eertlnVatea will ne cold to the A'guellne Florida.
Friday night. Young Peoples hl..hut bidder/ at the court hoiidoor ". Any fur Plf. 8-Z7 4t -6.
Sunday morning the Pastor will Sunday will be the first Sunday School 10 a.m. native of) Charleston S. C., and nn the first Monday In monthof

bring the message "God's Bless Lord's Day in the new Conference business and social hour. Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. had been a resident of Brookerfor of Jillv..111111', 11O.Itin. whlrhx 1'Himl'" \thla the 31 4 iluynt day. ....

Ing The Revival", at the First I Year. The sermon subjectfor runic NOTICE Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m. the pant 23 years. slay, 1M! :'.
the 11 o'clock hour) will be Y. P. E Sesvlce Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Survivors Include his I A. J. Thomas' '
widow
Baptist Starke. Rev. Lowell 1T.JfordCount i
Lel.it- CMeik of Circuit| Court of
"Working Together". 'The workof The Church of Jesus Christ of Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m.CIlt.'RCII Mrs. Mary Elizabeth:: Rogers; two : 1", lorldn.< .
Her, gospel singer and
cong leader the Kingdom Is the Lord' Latter Day Saints will hold Sun- daughters, Mrs Edlee Davie, (Official 0..1) a-st 4t eat
will sing a baas solo. The
,work; but we are permitted to day School In the USO buildingon OF CHRIST Brooker, and Mrs. Effle Mae --
choir will be directed by Mrs. Bible School 10 An Eight Weeks Course of Piano Study
work with Him In this greatest Temple Avenue every Sundayat a.m. Sunday Wheaton, Apopka; two sons Willie \ In Circuit. Court, nrailford County,.
Lucille Green with organist Mona work in the world. We want the 10 a.m. A cordial invitation Church Service 11 a.m. SundayEvenln& and Iran Rogers both of Florlilivi. In t hanrrrr.Herl '
Designed!! Primarily For
Canova at the Hammond. H"AIII n., Flab+'tlff, v.. Ks.lelle
Service 7:43:
will of God to be done, but it can Is extended to all. : p.m. Sun Brooker, and two brothers Pink T. Walllnv, I'vfendailt.' CaHONo. .
Sunday evening there will\! be only be done as we permit Him day. Rogers; and Walter Rogers bothof 7329.Itriler Beginners And Young Students
no services at the church but held to work of PnklleiKUii. >.. through us. Loris 8. C, Text Materials. and
St. Mark's Episcopal "'r.t'1' OF 51.01111)\ at the Big Tent on the High Sunday evening at the 8 o'clock $15,125 In Bonuses The Thomas Funeral Home of) ; T.Vulllnn. obese rmldanr .
School grounds nii-thixli assure ru|>lil progress.
hour the sermon subject will be Sunday June 12 9:45: a.m., Boosts LegislatureCost Gainesville was In charge of arrangements. -
Hitch night at 7:45: hundred "A Common Sense Question". Church School. Summer sessionIn Classes and Private Instruction
have been blessed as the big tent This subject deals with youth the church. 11 a.m., Morning To $541,966 CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION !

Is filled to capacity with hundredsnot parents and the rest of us. A Prayer and Sermon by Rev. S. W.Creasoy. RJE Clowns Win beginning June 20th
able to find seating under the large group of our Intermediate 6:30: p.m.. Youth Fel Cost of the 1919 Legislature
canvas cathedral. are going to the Christian Adven- lowship in cooperation with youth rope to $311,066: after bonuses Williston GameThe LOUISE STERN 210 Lafayette St.

The Revival continues and a ture Camp near Leesburg next of the Presbyterian Church. totaling $15,123 were awarded to

cordial Invitation is extended to week and this message Is In The church Is open dally for 63: secretaries and clerks who RJK Clowns outmaneuveredthe
all to worship at every opportunity preparation for this "adventure". prayer and meditation. Williston Vocational High
were hired for the 60-day session.
The School team here
Sunday'School on
where begins at Tuesday resulting
and souls are lives saved.are This claimed Is a 9:43: Sunday morning with departments Rev. B. E. Simmons.Vicar.B.D., II The state comptroller reported In a score of 12-0. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC !
tho bonimcs ranged from $:l1S to
revival that will never be forgot- and classes for all The Williston team has played
ages. CATHOLIC CHURCH $1,700 with a total of $8.283: go- several of tho hard tenma, (Tampa,

ten.At The MYF meets Sunday eveningat Sunday Mass 10 a.m Ing to 33 Senate attaches and Orlando, Jacksonville Tallahasace, .
7 o'clock. $6,8(0( to 30 House employes. etc.) this season and had not been
The Tabernacle"Win Sunday School 11
a.m. defeated until A rumor has been circulated around town
Davis
For those who Week Senate Secretary Robert Tuesday when they
feel the need of Day Mass 8:30: a m.
drew the largest bonus of $1.700, lost to the Clowns.
Them fellowship with
One By One" Is the other Christians day
theme song and motto of) the in prayer there Is a prayer group Bible Study Is every Wednesday Mrs. Lamar Bledsoe, veteran The RJE High School has never that the Guidon Grill was cloNed by order of

.' Youth for Christ at the Tabernacle which meets each Tuesday morn- at 7:45: : House clerk, received $1,300. had a baseball team in Its history

Saturday nights.. Miss Phyllis Ing at 9 o'clock In the Junior De- Other top payments Included but today under the supervisionof the State Hoard of Health.I .
Martin who has returned from partment. This prayer group launder CARD OF TIIANKS $1,000 for Hazel S ymdur, assistant Coach L. I. DuBois.! the school PHARMACIST f

Taylor University (Indiana), the direction of the Spiritual I wish to thank members of to Davia, $1,000 I for House has a well-trained and equipped
where she Is preparing for missionary Life Department of the Wom the American Legion for their Sergeant-at-arms E. S. McLln; team equal to any other school I In
work is to be the leader an's Society. The regular Wed- services at the reburial rites for $1.100 for T. M. King, Jr., auditor the state. Coach DuBois and the I Phone 64 STARKE I \ h to announce that this is untrue. I

next Saturday. A good time Is nesday evening prayer meetingwill my husband Pfc Leo R. Miclette, for the legislative management Clowns have been asked to play On-the-Minil Service

promised all who come. be held at 8 o'clock In the also Rev. L. D. Haines and others expense committee; $500 for Senate at Hawthorne (the coach's home closed!' my restaurant voluntarily while installing
R. J. Comes has returned from Junior Department. for their kindnesses and services. Sergeant-at-Arms D. H. Mc- town) on Thursday June 16. during DAY & NIGHT

the Independent Fundamental -Mrs. Pauline C. Miclette Callum; $700 to R. M. Hartsfleld, the Homecoming Day whichIs
Churches of America Conventionin Presbyterian Church Senate appropriations committee sponsored every year by the a new. .stove new tile floor painting
clerk and $600 each to Callle Mae citizens of Hawthorne
Terre Haute Ind., and gave an Boy Scouts Advance
Interesting report of the :work Morning Worship at 11:00: o'- Bridges, House bill clerk and to The Clowns will play all their the interior and making renovations.!'! It would
being done 'by the I.F.C.A. While clock. Sermon Theme "The First In Court Of Honor Jeannette R. Dare calendar clerk. other games on Saturday PHONE 218

away Mr. Gomes had an Interest- Christian Martyr" in the series of Held In l sake Butler Green Cove Springs gave RJE have been Impossible to serve the public adequately -
ing visit with two of the former sermons on "Men of Faith". Three Camp PeriodsAt five sets of boxing gloves.olle COLONIALFLORIST

.soldiers who attended the "Soldiers' Stephen belieVed profoundly f in Leaders and Boy Scouts of the
the Salvation Army :> of Application fur '.. Herd while this work was going on.
Hour" during Camp Banding religion Jesus had establishedand New River District. North Florida (House Hill No. 18611>>
days and are now preparing was willing to die rather than Council Boy Scouts of) America Site On Bedford Lake ...Notl.-A In hereby given that. A.
Adklnil, .
J.
themselves for full time Christian deny his faith In God. held their regular monthly Courtof followlnir i-erllflralea the holder has. 'flied or Kald.thi

work. Their friends will remem- Sunday School 9:43: a.iru Classes Honor Sunday night May 29 Three camps for bandsmen,, certificates. for a tax. deed. to la .issued The Guidon; Grill; was reopened Thursday1
ber them as Virgil Romans and for men, women and children. Our during the evening service at the youth leaders and underprivileged ream thereon.of laaiiancv Th. rertlllrat tho dexrrlptbMl numhera A ,
Harold Freeman. School Is growing in numbers and Baptist Church. Following the mothers and children will be held of (the property a.nd the' names 'In
at the Salvation which. It was amieiiii. The message Sunday morning Interest. The Friendship Class is evening prayers and music. District Army's Camp : ('..rl III....'* No. *1, Year of @
by the Sponsor was on "The an active class of men and women Chairman C. H. Nasworthy Florida on Bedford Lake between HHiianre May 31. A. I> 1947. l 11..-
Holy of Starke and Keystone Heights this Hfrliitlon <>r :Property; : )K 70 ft of Lot enjoy our good food in pleasant
Spirit', and was followed by the with a leader and teacher who Is Starke presented Commissioner 2 of rilk 27. OrlKlimi Town of Htark sur-
Communion Service. a seasoned student of) the Wordof Bertram E. Simmons and Ad- summer. Herllon SI, Townohlp a Month, Hance.
13 .:asL. Name In which" .
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Regular services during the God ,and who has made Bible vancement Chairman Robert W.Metzger The special camp for bandsmenwill Fred Cluy.. All assessed of aaldroperly FLOWERS roundings. '
week. study Interesting to many. !\ who convened the Honor be held July 110.'Musicians l> belnir In the ('"..nIl' or
Announcement la being .
Hradford state of Florida Unless FOR ALL OCCASIONS
made of the coming of the King's' Junior Fellowship for young Court. from the 29 corps comprising the mien. rertlrieat or eertlfloalfa .",,11
of Junior The Scout Courts of Honor South Atlantic Division will study b. redeemed, .arrordlnir to law the '
people ) are
Carolers Tuesday evening June High grade. Although ; property dearrlbed. In curl rertllloator DISH GARDENS
14, at 7:45: p.m. They are three sponsored by the Episcopal held to grant public recognition under James Nellson of the music rertincalen, will h. soil. to thailjrheHt Geo. Kopelousos, Proprietor
girls from. Asbury Theological and Presbyterian Churches i It and awards to Scouts who advance department of the Oklahoma City door on the tildiler Itrdt,at Monday the court In month hones POTTERY

Seminary, Wilmore, Ky. See Invites to its meetings all young In rank, and to those also University.A if. July, I1I4II, whirl la the 4 day
vertisement elsewhere. A treat ad-I I people at 6:30: Sunday evening. who have earned merit badges in youth leadership course for u;May f July 1949.194Dated! : 'this 2D clay uf POTTED PLANTS

promised, all. who'! hear them. -;John. Warren Kaufman. a variety of vocational subjects, Sunday School teachers and others A. J. Thomas. Clerk of Circuit FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE
as part of their advancement; The engaged In youth instruction Court of Hradford County' FI"rldn.Ofrleial I The GUIDON GRILL
( I ac.l a-91
> 4t tt17Vollro
Following boys were advanced to within the Salvation Army will be _
Second Class rank: Steven Chlld- taught during the second camp, : of Application for T." U..... Nona St Starka
rees, Jimmy Davis, Robert Manning July 10-21. (liauee mil NO. nUl
Notion u hereby given that Joe
Kenneth Tyun and Hoadley (trim, the holder or the fullowlnxertlflratHM I
Underprivileged mothers and
"SOLD OUT TO JESUS"At hud filed nald rerttfleateiifor
Nix all of Stark,- and Jerald their children from Jacksonvilleand a tax deed to ba issued thuraon.UKAI.lltV .
Lnngford of Lake Butler. These surrounding counties will attend !
8M:( p. m. Sunday' B.T.U. at 7:00: p|). in. Starke Scouts were advanced to the third camp period. &f ritOIKCT; 7
the rank of Star: Billy Dodd and YOI'K IIOMH 1 WITH
NEVER B-U-Y BEFORE YOU T-R-Y
11:00: a. m.: "The Fruitless Vine" Tom McClane. BUY COI'KTMNCII PLACE TILE: NFWSUNMASTER:

The following Scouts were C. E. and Albert. L. Bodecker,

| FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Hampton awarded merit badge certificates formerly of Chicago ILL, arrived
In the corresponding subjects: hero May 31 to make their homeon A I. I- A'. IT !M\< 1 N U M

Bob! Gray Pastor |Billy Dodd Home Repairs and the Courtnmnch farm place, on AWNINGS s
Personal Health: Levy Canova, Jr. Route 100 between Starke and! FILFIE: : ENTEM.tTEY: !
(Join tho rroHdt. club eight attending tho Tent Revival Music. First Class Merit Badges Keystone Heights. They roccntly INSTALLATION
e were also awarded to Scout DoddIn purchased the place from J. If.

Meeting ultlr the Dun It-Is Purty.) First Aid, Plumbing, and Reptile 'Courtmanch who now lives In ItU'COKI\ : .FIHtMTUKK( : 1 1 /

Study. Jacksonville. The Bodeckers were & NOVELTY SHOP!

Scouts. and leaders participating formerly In the real estate buul- Ru': 213: !Mtarkr Flit.'

In the Court represented Troops I ness In Chicago.

112 of Worthington 110 of Lake
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev.
Butler 101 of Raiford and 70 of
\'. Lewis D. Ilulnen Pastor Starke. In addition to those FOR SALE YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK

.r rr heading the Court proceedings the!
I following Scout leaders were present THESE & MANY MORE GROCERY & MEAT SPECIALS.; SEE JAX PAPERS
"In The Heart of Town And In The Ilrartsof
I and took part: John Joes, SM Purebred Range Brahmer Bulls
The People"A Troop 70; Earl Tarre SM Troop ,

"" r ." "r .. 110; Albert Hardee. ElM Troop
End Cuts SkinlessPORK
Southern Baptist Church For All PeopleMorning *> 112. Troop and District Committeemen $250

Included!l L. A. Canova up

Wor..hlp-IIOO Happy r Hour :.r 8:00: I(I I I Herb Deal Morrli Langford, Oil I CHOPS Ib. 49c FRANKS !b. - 29c
[Newcombe and Amos E. Howard. ,
Sunday fkhool9.S: Training Union-6:43 I I Also
: The host pasta Chaplain L. A. Grade Brahma Heifers
Midweek !Sen.loo U'eilnesday 8:001.: 1 : I Shepherd represented Troops 104.

,fMM irTMjrrfrfr**sr-r---J I and 301. and Senior Unit 301 aJll Smoked' IJI.I) : he Revival'BIG of Raiford. A large congregationof And Bull Calves
Pastor's Morning Sermon : 'God's IJlessing parents and friends. filled! the
STRIP BACON Ib. 31c CHEESE lb. 35c
churrh for the m 'ting. -
TENT REVIVAL EVERY NIGHT 7:15' ,
I The renewed charter and Commissions Santa Fe Stock Farm

r, ",rr "" "" ) for tHi: Troop committeemen .

"Visit The Church With The Visiting. PMtor" I were presented to Troop Starke Fla. H d BrisketStew
i 112, sponsored by the SardU' Baptist


-HEAR- ;I Harmony cooperation Church Free with at Worthington Will the men Baptist of In ,_. r--snr.." ,, .. .,,,,, "" .,,,. or Roast, lb. 39c STEW, lb. - 25c

Church and the Worthington

The KING'S CAROLERS Methodist Church.
An especially splendid contribution i ib.
to the program was SM Earl
'-t 'Tarre's address following the c
Smo. 21
Court session. Speaking on the Country Sausage .

topic,' "The Church Extending! na
Influence Through Seou.Ing,"
1 Coach Tarre pointed out) that "the
National Council of the Boy 0 i Glouchester; Tea GardenGRAPE;

Scouts of America Intends that
each Scout unit belong to the Institution .Ira' '
CATSUP 10c l JUICE 29cNice
which sponsors It, In - qt. -

order to carry out that Iiutltu-,
tlori's program or mission. Thusin
the New River District Scouts HOMES FOR EVERY BUDGET! Nice StalksCELERY

I \ Troops 'belong to' Churches Lions ,
,
ky Club Rotary Club and other Civicgroups.

i ." You'll find them right here in the pages of 2 for 17c TISSUE per roll 5c
r j The opening ceremony of the ,
w Honor Court was led by Scout Joe our' biff, new Plan Hooks.!:! Talk over your

Rivers, while the
ritual
was handled by Scout closing Tom Mc- home building needs with our friendly ex Nice Golden; RipeBANANAS

L Ak Clane. After a moment of me- perts. Look through Plan Hooks !
1.L our now
morial silence with the Church CARROTS 2 bunches 17c 2 lb. -19c
MARION MARTHA J.WILLIAMSON.' RUTH8T1MMEL, bathed, In soft candle light." Commissioner No obligation of course. ,

BROWN ) Bertram E. Simmons,
pastor of St. Mark' Episcopal

Church In Stark, offered the closing -

Of Asbury WILMORE Theological KY. Seminary prayer. S TARKEBUILDERS' 31b.

PCNTECOATAL HOLINESS Crisco 6.9cFRIDAY

At The Gospel Tabernacle Itth St. mad Temple Are.kundsiy .C SUPPLIES

School 9.43 a. m.; Morning "- Can
Tuesday Evening June 14 Worship 11 a. m.: EvangeUa- .4* S.A.L. DEPOT.(7&&tih.n,45W''.
tic Service 7:00: p. m. Everyone

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PACK EIGHTGuardsmen BRADFORD COUNTY TELEOR.APn. STARKE FLORIDA
J FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1949

FAIBR1 PlanningFor I percent efficiency and receive I dopted most universally. It Itrpconvnended rr .. -'-, ,
much training that cannot be given as a fair and cqult'olo ,

tt i Summer Camp during the regular armory .:>> solution of what. to do about i ., .c. .I 1 ,,..

drills pay for the man who Is accepting/ Aeatea
To 23rd i eu
5 Begin July Most business establishments, his share of the responsibility foi ( Yr

National. Security as a part-tim 1
neleaspd recently from! State aware of the vital necessity of '
soldier but who Is faced at the
Headquarters, Florida National training the peacetime Army and
1 with due consideration to the Instability name time with the rcflponstbllltyof
Guard was the schedule of move-
I a civilian monetary and other
ments to Fort Jackson S. C.. for of the worth situation,

Summer Camp. The two weeks have adopted a general I policy of wise.

I training will begin with the granting military leave In addition -

'Sto Strike unit when It boards the to their normal annual paid Wesleyan Guild -

brit train, here on July 23, arriving at vacations, to employees who are Met Monday NightThe
Clu Foil Jackson at 7:30: the next members of reserve military com

coy morning. ponents. Wesleyan Guild: of the

for Tho local unit will depart From Some firms grant military leave Methodist Church met In the Recreiition '

and Fort Jackson at 7 p. m. August with full pay. Others have adopted Building on Monday night

eon 6. arriving back homo at 5 a. m. a policy of paying the Individual with fifteen In attendance 7 eI

ap) August 7. during his military absence the During; the business meeting, at

wit It l Is necessary that nil members -, difference between the military which the President Mm. C. S. j

mi of tho National Guard at- pay received during annual encampment ('...I'Un. presided, the Guild agreedto

onthi tend summer field training In order and his regular pay as give financial aid In paintingthe

that all personnel of tho organization an employee. church parsonage, to place

an may cooperate with lor 0) The latter policy has been a- flowers In the church every fourthmonth

Mi and Id subscribe to the +. r


L.pU MethodUt IIrs.V.. B.Woman Stwell't'wO/' a ooautlful 1. '

cu l votlonal on "The Ability to J .
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Join The CrowdsGreat "
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1.f I Get Along With Other "; Mrs N. : .. ...
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T. Green was In charge of the ; iol./. ....
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activity period. .
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throngs arc over/lowing ,, biff tent The meeting .was adjourned : a.. "-.-'i'! ''''I.. "'

each night to'en joy the music lead by Rev. n. after delicious refreshments were I I w ..>.,..I I ItJ"r.. ,,.,. "'.....
served by Mrs. Sapp and Mrs I i. r'f: ;

Lowell Leistner and Martin Edwards; to be 5 E Frazier. Mrs. Cressler and Mrs. I II Pictured above are members of the graduating Barry, Ilean Atkinson Marklee J. Norman, Myra Jacquelyn Hall, Alarguret Hall, Bert Hinson, Roswell Kelly Emilene

blessed by the stirring messages by Evany;; Kincaid will be hostesses at the clans of Bradford High, who received diplomas at commencement I Strickland Alma Leta Dyal, Carl T. Edwards, Kelly John Klein. Margaret Lewis Pat McGrlff Doris
next meeting which will be In exercises here last Friday.
gelist E. J. Daniels, and to see the great DOSS September Members of the class are: Gloria June Bell! Mary Virginia Carmichael, George W. Moncrief, Audrey Moore, Maggie Manning Betty Ann

f pel films. 'All agree that THIS IS A REVIVAL % In ( Irenll'uurl, Kluhlh, ..liiillilnlIriiilf. Clifton Eugene Griffls Inez Jane Green Minnie Leo Teston Cranvll Dan Priest, Martha Pearl Home, Charles Powell George Austin Winkler James Phillips Frederick

( l>i and for Bradford l ('..nnflurlilfl. English John L. Griffls, Linda I.ee Carter John L. Carter Henry Lawson, Llllyan Barbara Moore, Joan Carpenter Prescott, Nora Lee Prevail Ruby Prevatt, Van Priest,
THAT IS INDEED DIFFERENT! .
., hnnrerr.llyra
In <
WeliMter. IMalntlff, v.. Karl: Ruth Whitehead Vernestlne Cox Euston Levy Norman Janet Anderson, Henry Bennett Madge Brownlee June Drew Reddish, Marlene Red lsl1, aeorge Roberts, Pete

CLIP & SAVE This List Of Services! IFKI. W. W..hHtor State,nt".KlurldH" 'ndl1 II I.to'hlvorre.Thu : Karl: W.WebHter Denneth Gene Kelly, Mary Louise Alvarez Henry Caldwell Spencer Crew Vernon Crosby, Frank Sapp Ruth Sibley Norma Sweeney, Alma Thomas Peggy

Itenlilfncw unknown. It I IN Reddish, Rodney Philip Hall Vivian L. McRae Leon Ruth Edwards Betty Anne Flynn, Edith Fowler DrYd..n'j. Anne Wiggins, Idel Landrum, Frances Crosby, Ruth

C hereh.v,: ordered I1.1 that th vnu 1III are day rt>- Starling June G. Talbl Francis H. Parkhurst, !Frances Guaklns, Kenneth Grlder, Lewis Halnes Johnson, Ernest Triest.
., (JUN. 10)) 7:15 SAT. (JUNK; 11)) 7:30,, I mired.. to ,Hppe on r
...t. J 'I'Y .A.. .II. IH4I.! lloTtirH. Ih.* IlljIIVantliloit
r ( (Court to nnnwer to the,

SPECIAL YOUNG I EATEESTRELIGIOIS PJ ,till,,ilniitlon of Complaint of Minor for Chllil lUvurre, tied, anil aItiilnM -I
9 BHS
Graduates
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FILM you In II'! Hhove ..tyletl I Call"., BILL HOLLAND WINS

PEOPLE'S SERVICEAll \y EVES PRODUCED Y and I" hereby Iho Uniilforcl"HlKimleil, County H.. the Telegraph' II* i Mmiiri .

In whl<'h I IhlM Older Mmll !I".
'THECHRISTIANS j>11htINh.d. > ..II.." n weekfour conj In[ CommencementLast
ytiung people will be M eiMitlve week*. ;
hand and Neal of thin
\vlineM my
honor guests of the ser ('nnrt lit Hunk*, HriulfiiKl" (',,"IIIV.
.li.ildi. ..; thin li'h day uf Juno A.IJ.\ GRUELING INDIANAPOLIS RACE

vice. A "Cok party for H 1949.(OlnVlnl "seal) A..J. Timnn| FridaySeventyfour
Clerk of the fin-nit Court llrud-
Young People age 13 thru t..1. ('..11 II Iy. Kliirliln. '
toy haven OroHliy, li. C. I
25 will be given by Dr. 8.10 4t 7-1 graduates the

S NO'IK''11 '!'" .\.".".'.111 largest number ever to receive 12 1.4 MILE
Shoos What Will Haeean Earth
and Mrs. Daniels after 10 On t
+ 2 Tl 0'' Klni'ta' Tnilit', lliivhfH Said I.enlM, diplomas from Bradford High In ?
When Chrut Kttum.it 14. Iliiltliea whoHB. hint known) mldre a single class were graduated last
this service hSERMON [ ,M was runway, South t'nrollnaWhereas .
I In Modorn Techmcala'r. It appear In that terInln Friday night In traditional commencement .
t-uiiad now pi-ndlnir, In the exercises In the USO
or Hie P-lKhth .I"rial '"- :
Court
: SUBJECT! Lusts One Howr. Hald* Yau Cln-lilt.. Clirtilt ">f Plnrlila, In 'anil for auditorium. ,

f e "Th works Greatest | Spellbound.Lnntains HiaiHoul: Hull Cuuntv.' JiuneMVat In ChniHerv.wherein r. amiAllia i i To the strains of "Pomp and

hm wire, I "' one
UaiurM pray
I? Great Hymns tlpheila Circumstance the long file of
.. ,
Ie Story f..r the adoption, or Ulihaid' I.ee
1 B'' mitifullv Suny, dashes, lha the said HI, hard l i.e.. seniors dressed In caps and
4 lliivlieK IN the minor eh old ur the gowns marched down the aisle

All asp will be thrilled i C.m't Forgot It. Tho Who IH Hlllil W Klnota llu",h".Todd. and, HllilheB that the,and I'.I'lice uew-i>r and took their places on the stage 1rQt
3 I '>c. If Ask To S It XqmnSEEHEAREN reMliloni. and I the font OfriiR ll 1 IIs1 C. by the message, the music or the said Klnetii.: Todd.' S
MilKlma) and Lewis S IhmheH, In .n.. the class colors of blue and U' it
and goapel film In JOY host known tll the ,iielltlfiiivra, ('""- white. y,
way !Month! Carolina. and, that thereIn
ni person or persons In the mateor The large auditorium was filledto
} ., thin nervlce. SAT. 7:30--I1"S( ;! one III
FltEE Florida the aervlra ut a Mllmll". overflowing with friends and
t- I In I'hnnierv upon whom would hind
W EXTHA SPECIAL FOR SUNDAY (JUNE 12)) 7:30: the Maid. itnetil. Todd hushes and. relatives of the graduates and
therefore
(
Lewla H. iniKhea, you are more than 100 persons could not ,
ordered 10 In aalilraiiraon yA
or .liefore; ;the appear Butt day:l ;of lulu, find seats.A .
: RG. LeTourneau-Millionaire Manufacturer All. 114'! otherwtxe the" "Kntlonauf
unlit I'etltluiiera will betaken. ae symposium on the subject of
cunteHH.. "Youth Faces Tomorrow" was

[ "The Greatest Danger facing' the, People of order It la l.a further pulillHhail, ; oiclered once eh that week this well developed with the following 1 ---
'
( fctr roitr, Cnuntyl'relegrxl hka liitnallrnrirunl members of the graduating class
.
:a:s Bradford County"Mr. n..w.- discussing topics: Lewis Haines
of nennrill, pliriilatlnn pnt)-
I llxheil caper; : In ,Hincirnrd:i ;: f'otintv: : PlpililaImteil ": II, Janet Anderson. Kenneth Gilder -
g] LoTournenu at Htxrka, Florida. thl,
makes over 50-pcrccnt of all dirt removing ; Carlie Mae Hall, and
day of luna, 10-O Betty
i:: equipment usnd the world over. He Is theworld' (llllilal. Heal) A. J. Thomas. Ann Flynn.

Number One Christian layman, giving nearly rierk t'ollntv. of Florliln i'lri-iilt". Court nrailfunl Diplomas were presented to the

all of his vast Income to religious causes. He Hovel" 0 104IT;:I J'y; Haven Crosby, P.C.N graduates by Harmon P. Morgan

p all over the U.S.A. In hilt own private piano speakliiK/ '1)11(14- : i iNotlre superintendent of schools, and C.

.p to large religious gathering __ donating his time, IM hereby" given that the I| S Purtln principal of BHS. gave
1 (""""ty AHHOKKor air Taxea for III ml-!out the awards
following npeclal :
paying his own expenses. This( section Is indeed fortunate ford <'''"l1ty., Vimlila 1 will meet wlthi l llae
e: to have him visit ur Cmintv (.'oinniiaNlrttieraof Martha Horne: $230( scholarshipto
a Halil I f iiinly In tko' nfriia rf thai I Southern. College, and Certificate + ,
clerk uf. the circuit Court nt Ktarke, '
u 'MONDAY (JUNE 13)) 7i.: ; \I'\ M.\ Florida, nt 10:00: ) o'clock, AM. July of award and year's subscription -
4, A.I'I 194': for the puipoH, of hear to Renders Digest, both given
It la not the danger of the atomic of Ina. voniplulntK, and revel ving "'' I
bomb nor anotherwar. for high scholastic
Iniuny.ae to tlrn value nf 'I.j' average
I What la It? It is actual factual, real IT'S p::arty, real" or :puiMonal. HM 'i\.rl\ Kenneth Grider: Bausch & Lomb
lie said County' AnaenHor nf THX
DANGEROUS. Come one what It Is. un his Assessment IColl! for the year. Award for outstanding achievement -
ll 4"> and, fur the purpose. of i itemfeeling. In the study of anincce.

TUESDAY (JUNE 11)) 7:15: P. M. nMHpBninanta.. r".lvlncl..nd The. County piiuntllalnicHiinU ) AnxpBiior Alma Thomas: D.A.R. certificate -

of T,.... and the found of for good citizenship and TIREChampions
"People Who Are Hoping for Heaven but I time County In Coiniitfimlonara HpHBlon, from day may to icui tiny sportsmanship.Frank GET THE Il

for one week or sa lung. ft* neu Dryden: Balfour Medal'
Going to
.
lieU"n ONBnry.All persons owning property nuh- for good citizenship and good.,

According to'the Bible there are many good people who 5: C'ounty l to.t to R..O.MIII."t Florida are In notified Itrudfurd to sportsmanship UsiLET' !

are very religious and hope to go to heaven but who 'U Appoar' at put."It meeting, or m...tInicB Janet Anderson and Kenneth
to make Much riimplAlntM. or Grider; awarded a copy of "1
are lost and on the road to hell. One of the most searching > give Kiicli testimony to the value
messages Dr. Daniels will of any property, real or peritonal.nB Dare You" by the Danforth
deliver i fixed hy the County Assessor ofTUXKN Foundation for leadership.The .
upon his AHdennnient JlollBM
WEDNESDAY (JUNE 13):>) 7:15 P. M. thar may denlra. diplomas of members of .the
: o liven l hy order. of the Hoard. of Beta Club bore gold seals Indicat-

"A. Divine Cure For Snake Bite" :yIn d County County' CommlNKloniMfi Plot-Ida., (Jane (of. A Hiniifnnl P 194'\). ing an average\. of B or better. TIRES
H03t8l7(|Official Meal) A. J. Th.fli-rk........, The Invocation at the beginningof TRaDE

this unusual dramatized message Rev. Daniels will the program was given by
In ClrpBlt Ci>or'. nriidfiMril roust,. Spencer Crews and was followedby
tfhow through God' cure for snake bite how we are 5 Cfln liirldai' In Chaacerr.lanitiB .
.cured from sin, born again, etc. ., I'I fr'alxon. IMnlntlff ,... Ann a solo "Without A Song" by
''. ,,
: 7347 Kulaona' lleteudnnt ( No. Henry Bennett Both are members

THURSDAY (JUNE Itt)) 7:15: I'. M. De Crier at Pvhlli-atloaj. und holloaIB of the graduating class. The
ApppffrSTATR High School Glee Club .
OF FLORIDA to.inn sang drivers DEMAND and
C/2 .'. "Hymn of Love". race
"THE LOST CHRIST" Kalmlna whose raBldanra andHddiaBN CHAMPiON
IM 70 King Street Water. It Is estimated that from 15 to
tow II, MflBMachllMvttM* THOUSANDS tire model! That's why i
Can a saved] person lose Christ If BO, In what sense ? t':2: Toil are required to appear. on 20 percent of the graduating class NEED
July II. !1919n! / the above nam.dcourt WE
How this year plans to attend
may lost fellowship be regained? This message Ca and cause, wherein plaintiff collegeIn
FOR Firestone tires have been the winning cars :
on
the
will explain why many Christians are so unhappy. ) Peeks divorce. Itradford County fall TIRES .
Telegraph shall publish this Ordern USED
H neat tour weakly. (tasuee. .O114' OF for 26 consecutive What ;
witness my Rand and official Notice I IM hereby given to alt at Indianapolis races
Wear Kevival Party On WHUF' Sundays at al I at tltarka, r'lorldil this Jun. I creilltora and rlnlnmnti against the t
\ 7. 194'0.OFFICIAL. estate "if W'. K IImll h. ilacvaHeil. I RETREADING.TttU
1.
? to 8:30 a.m. Over "Christ for the ll'orld"\\I I' ( *SEAT. A. J. Thomas that you are tr. file your Hnm! greater proof is there of Firestone superiority?
J Ail Clerk 'of Mid Court,,. duly sworn to, with K.: K ivrryiimn. -
fly Haven Crosby, r>. C. I; IVmnty ,I mine. if llr ilfnrd
1*. Plank, [.,, i and f need the extra protection
""rll n. fetlArka' Plorldittty I County. PlnrlilA' within eight i You your family

Great Gospel Films to be Shown Nightly I Ien '\ for J'lf. BIO1C 7-1 'i Ior moiiiliH thin\ notice from: IIP the seine wliih,: hw' '''I hnr.1 i I I HOW

iv cinrriT oriiT.. '"\1'011"< red by about uf Limitation Thl. i that only Firestone De Luxe Champions give
rot'\TV. Flottll)7 i iv 'I' l'i-! June into. I9ltMvrn .

<. rit\e and. FVItnnl-It?,! 1, 1 you and best of all, these famous tires cost ,
\\orndale, liefenilunt. CAN YOU

I Vo nnnrn Till OF" rvm.Tr \TIOVI = In Klorl.lnt Circuit In Cnnrt.t kani..Bradford.rr.clln.i CDIt".r'l than ordinary tires! Trade Danger? :
I I ANn NOTICE TO APPttAK: Lir tlriica, "'...Intl". \.. rletnentlne -* OLDTIRES no more
8TATK: OF Jo'I.Oltlt"tu: l I.,l urger; t> ren"lunc. Cane YOUR .

\nltii mid It. Woradnle.I la whose 17.:-19 reialilenie N2nilSI ,- No 73 Cttrrr af lukllatl and NoticeTo t ) for Safety! I Come in get our extra big'Tradein

., ttxona 1'i.11.; New York .%ap.ar ... '
rJ2Q Toil are required to appear on STATB UK FLOnlr I >\ 1(11 LET'S
tires
for old
Allowance
July II. 1119 I In tho ahioe named Plementlna Ix-l, rtraco' whose r..I1 your ,
Court and cause wherein pliilntlff' tlet re unit n,
foot seeks divorce' Hrnilfor'1 CountyTelearaph Ver.ll, Na. Lit: Uvorno. lt..lyt ,
I shell ituMinh this Order You are required to appear. on TRADE TIRES TODAY!
In next' four' weekly leaitea Julv II. 1911. In the nlmve. named )'I .
Two of the films that will be shown. At least one Witness oiy han sad official peal Court and cause wherein plaintiff
; great nospi'1 film Is shown each night. On most night. seal at Stark, Flurtdn. hiM June seeks divorce; llrmlfnr.l County t l i
7, 99 ') Telegraph shall puMUh this Order! I I
one will be shown for the boys' and girls' special (OFFICIAL REAL: ) A, J. Thomas In neat four weekly l..uen. I I
i service beginning at 7:15: and in the main service. Aa Clerk of said' Court Wltnaaa my hand. and official' ,
E one fly leaven Crosby D C. Meal at Ularke, Florida,, thin June
T. Frank I..amlruin.. xtarke. Florida' 1. 194'
Atty. for I'lf. 8.10 4t 7-1 (OFFICIAL SE \t) A.:1.: Thamaa.. S
> Everyone Is Wanted & Welcome A.. Clark. of amid Court 125a
In Irmlt Court, llrailfnnl .aalr.r'lnrlilni ny ICaven Crosby n C. ', :/ :: 2 "
In ( naaeerv.Henry T. Prank t.andrllm, Starke. Florida.. ,- \ t., '; =, /. :7 "

:; AT THE GIGANTICa Warren V. warren Defendant, Plaintiff. ('"..v...No Train Atty. far IMf. a10l T-t "b' 'P'v"; :<>,,,f : .tf>,-f

7141 A
Order of Pnbllrntliin. wad Vollre t. a" T ""T
a tppenr. ship <>r Kliirl.lei. (nt !: PA! -4'I i1AI: ; : f AWEEKFb
Revival :
County-wide Irene Warren whose reeldeni'a .IM W.C.T.U. ; :

unknown You are: required tn ),, 'It, < ,.!': '.. }\ 'o,, '>>"li ,', N ,.. ,'' y, ,>.- d
July II. 194'J In the above appear named on THE WETS MAY rROIUBITIO.V .", w. '? >ti:1: ,, >: '$ .., ; _l. '11./ '.. w. ,> "' .h ,
Court and cause, wherein ulntntlffeeka IS A BAD THING. TilE SALVATION ,,
I Under Tent divorce. Ftradford' County
Big Telearaph' shall publish this order ARMY SAYS IT IS A
In next four weekly lee,.,. GREAT THING. THE WETS DO
Wltneaa' my hand. and official FIRESTONE HOME & AUTO SUPPLY
tI eel Mt tltarke, Florida. this June NOT FEED THE POOR. THE
I Located On High School Grounds, Starke 2. 1'49. SALVATION ARMY DOES. t
(OKFICrAI" liE \!.. A. J. Thomas,
A a Clerk of said C'nurt (FLORIDA GOOD NEWS)
fmCLIP & SAVE THIS LIST OF SUBJECTS fly Haven Croeby, I>. C*. 600 Temple Ave. Phone 69 J. P. Roberts, Owner
tlreen .* flreen. Starke Florida'.
i:,. Atty. for riC. ado 41 7-1

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